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Track Artist Album / Format Approx. start time
Options Get Happy / MUSIC BEHIND THE DJ: Mr. Lucky   Jane Horrocks / Henry Mancini  fxo mix (CD-R)   0:00:00 )  
Options Yes, we Can   Mr. O'Bama  The Melker Project's Unplugged remix (MP3)   0:14:25 )  
Options Monk's Dream   Peter Cherches (with Phillip Johnston, Wayne Horvitz, Dave Hofstra, & Bob DeMeo)  Cherches' Project (with friends) (CD-R)   0:16:13 )  
Options Two Timer   The Clair Daly Quartet  "Baritone Monk" Lp (CD)   0:18:05 )  
Options Killing Me Softly (Ukulele cover)   Shello Chu  FMU/ Free Music Archive (MP3)   0:22:31 )  
Options These 4 Waltz   Stan Sly  "Anutha World" Lp (CD) *   0:27:10 )  
Options Road   Paul McCartney   "New" Lp (CD) *   0:30:27 )  
Options Seven   Psapp  "What Makes Us Glow" Lp (CD) *   0:35:28 )  
Options MUSIC BEHIND DJ: Daly's Tune / FMU Locked Groove   Tommy Daly  fxo mix (CD-R)   0:39:03 )  
 
Options In And Out   Psapp  "What Makes Us Glow" Lp (CD) *   0:44:09 )  
Options Janet Got Me Floating   Janet Jackson Vs. Jimi  "Who, What, When..." fxo 2013 WFMU marathon piece (CD)   0:48:06 )  
Options Electric Lady (featuring Solange)   Janelle Monae  "The Electric Lady" Lp (CD) *   0:49:56 )  
Options Dorothy Dandridge Eyes (featuring Esperanza Spalding)   Janelle Monae  "The Electric Lady" Lp (CD) *   0:55:31 )  
Options Kenny And Jueles   Serengeti   "Kenny Dennis" Lp (CD) *   0:59:17 )  
Options Like This   Shaheed & DJ Supreme  "Knowledge, Rhythm & Understanding" Lp (CD) *   1:04:14 )  
Options After Midnight   Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66  "Foursider" Lp (CD)   1:07:03 )  
Options She Sleeps   Falty DL  "Zen: Ninja Tune/ Big Dada Sampler 2013" compil. Lp (CD) *   1:10:34 )  
Options MUSIC BEHIND DJ: Here It Comes/ FMU Locked Groove   Freddie Fresh  fxo mix - mashup (CD-R)   1:14:09 )  
 
Options Blackt Out   Lee Ranaldo and The Dust  "Last Night On Earth" Lp (CD) *   1:18:34 )  
Options Lay Down (Candles In The Rain)   Melanie (with The Edwin Hawkins Singers)  "The Best of Melanie" Lp (CD)   1:29:42 )  
Options An Extended Plane of Existence   Howe Gelb  "The Coincidentalist" Lp (CD) *   1:35:06 )  
Options Lost In Amuse   Loaded (Primal Scream) Vs. Bill Hicks  Eskimochain Mashup (MP3)   1:38:31 )  
Options Ice Me Nice   Mitch Friedman  "Sing Sing" Lp (MP3)   1:44:01 )  
Options Take Me With You   Prince  If U Insist dubmix (MP3)   1:46:29 )  
Options Walk On By   Burt Bacharach, with Dionne  Rolling mix (MP3)   1:52:03 )  
Options Drowning In The Sea of Love   Joe Simon  Soundcloud mix (MP3)   1:54:32 )  
Options It All Came To Me In A Dream   RJd2  "More Is Than Isn't" Lp (CD) *   2:00:39 )  
Options The Seven Dwarfs   David Greenberger & Shaking Ray Levis  "Tramps That Go Think In The Night" Lp (CD) *   2:04:19 )  
Options MUSIC BEHIND THE DJ: Why?... and We Repeat... Why?   Taj Mahal  "Music Keeps Me Together" Lp (Vinyl)   2:06:26 )  
 
Options Casino Royale   Gary Lucas  "Cinefantastique" Lp (CD) *   2:11:26 )  
Options Mr. Sandman   The Chordettes  fxo mashup (CD-R)   2:13:31 )  
Options Venus In Furs   The Velvet Underground  First Season edit (MP3)   2:15:10 )  
Options Rhiannon (featuring Rihanna)   Stevie Nicks Vs. Trick Daddy  mashup (MP3)   2:22:22 )  
Options Into Dust (Dakota)   Mazzy Star  DJ Sirard remix (MP3)   2:25:52 )  
Options Into Dust   Mazzy Star  Luke Danfield remix (MP3)   2:31:56 )  
Options MUSIC BEHIND THE DJ: King For A Day (I Dub Thee Sir Mix)   XTC  12" Ep (Vinyl)   2:41:48 )  
 
Options Western Crash   Mindelixer Vs. Glomag Vs. fxo  "Lunology" Lp & mashups (MP3)   2:45:25 )  
Options Awaken   Yes  "Remixed" Lp (CD)   2:48:29 )  
Options Dance Macabre   The Westminster Philharmonic Orchestra  "The Bride of Frankenstein (Score by Franz Waxman)" soundtrack Lp (CD)   3:03:18 )  
Options end theme(s)   Hitchcock (with The Nelson Riddle Orchestra)  fxo mix (CD-R)   3:04:21 )  

Listener comments!

Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 6:05am fxo:

I feel ready. Dark and chilly this morning, here in Jersey City. Where, or when, can we find you?
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 6:06am mauri:

Afternoon Frank and listeners. Sun is up and the tempature is going down. Fresh. I guess when it goes down here it dawns in NJ.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 6:10am mauri:

Aand its the time of the year again when changing the summertyres to winter ones.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 6:14am fxo:

good afternoon (?), Mauri, and the short pants and shirts will become long...
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 6:25am Sean B.:

Good Morning, yes winter's coming;Let us hope she or "it" is a little better (alot actually) to NJ and the east coast this year...huh?.;Nice wakeup music here (as usual) Mr. O'Toole.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 6:30am fxo:

keep those positive vibes comin', Sean.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 6:31am Guido (Cologne):

Good morning!
Sunny but chilly (as well) in Germany!
(@work, 0:30 pm)
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 6:34am zeer:

Grüße Guido ;)
  Mon. 11/11/13 6:36am ilTofa:

Sun and sometimes rain (I would say variable) in Rome, Italy. 13.7°C (57°F). Way colder than yesterday.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 6:37am zeer:

5°C cloudy and rainy here in dresden
good morning all together
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 6:39am fxo:

zeer, Guido, ilTofa: welcome to our new day. Thanks.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 6:42am Guido (Cologne):

Grüße an alle in der Welt!

by the way: This is a special holiday in Cologne.
11th of the 11th at 11:11 am is when the half of the inner city starts getting drunk.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 6:42am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...lordy - it were raw out yesterday here inNewHampshuh - don't mind rain so much in the Summer - but wet & cold & windy...@ that rate actually think snow would be better - & that's *me* saying that
...Looking forward to the 1st Slush - it's always the most beautiful...
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 6:42am Sem Chumbo:

Hiya, Frank, good morning to you and all. 4C, overcast and winds at 50km/h from the west here in Nova Scotia. Remembrance Day weather, right on schedule.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 6:45am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- yeah - Veterans'/Armistice Day another one comes under ♏Scorpio
...virtual poppies for the fallen brothers & sisters
❦✟❦
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 6:47am fxo:

Guido, I like your thinkin'. A lot of us remember Armistice Day, right Sem & RevRab?
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 6:51am zeer:

i'm sure Guido meant the start of that event: en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 6:52am Guido (Cologne):

In Germany hardly anyone knows about Armistice Day.
Here in Cologne 11th of November is taken as the start of so-called 'karnevals-Session".
zeer - you've got it!
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 6:53am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- w/ the Jimi overtones
- I'll report the new American Masters episode on Hendrix is not a disaster :
www.pbs.org...
- if perhaps not as deep as the very good Lou Reed one many of us have seen recently
...being two hours, it doesn't touch on his relation to Jazz, for instance
- but interviews people who actually knew him - so gets it straight (for a change) & creates a very good portrait of him
...if these episodes seem to zip thru things very quickly (& I got that impression from the very good Doors one - 'When You're Strange') - then it also makes one realize that that was how the trip was, & that is pertinent - just a few quick crazy years in the late 60s...
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 6:54am Sem Chumbo:

You bet, Frank. Guido's got the plan correct. Here, many vets get to the cenotaph for the service of remembrance at 11, and then it's toasts to fallen comrades the rest of the day, and all the war stories told one more time.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 6:55am maestroso:

G'morning FXO, sun's coming up here in Livingston...
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 6:56am Guido (Cologne):

Maybe some kind of 'abusal' of the rememberance day.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 6:56am fxo:

I know that, but the day was to be the end of all wars, on the 11th hour, of the 11th day. Just sayin'. Let's celebrate carnival, as well...
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 6:58am Guido (Cologne):

They even abuse a lot of irish folk music in order to compose horrible Schlagermusik out of it.

Interesting point Fank.
I'm learning ...
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 6:58am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- I am reminded of the Barbara Ehrenreich book 'Dancing in the Streets' about 'Festival' - it's meaning & history in different cultures. Every Music fan should read it.
...I always think that those people who died & served - there is nothing they would have wanted more - would have dreamt of & idealized - than to have been in a celebratory mode - & to have that aspect of society continue - so enjoy deeply...
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 6:59am fxo:

mornin' 'stroso. Here, I sit, the sun's crackin' through.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:00am Guido (Cologne):

Actually a lot of our tradtional carnival-stuff is military-persiflage originally.
It just became a bit stuffy.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:03am Sem Chumbo:

Kickin' version of After Midnight, fxo. Thanks for that.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 7:03am Sean B.:

@RRN63 Jimi handled the stress of the horror of the truly inconceivably manipulative and greedy goons controlling him very well;He could have produced much less music and been more angry than productive;His spirit was a strong one and a unique form of beauty that is consistant and not malleable by any other. Just a thought.
That Janet w/Jimi remix was really fun...
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:06am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- yeah - I ask a lot from a Jimi doc. - but they did express his character well in this, I think.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:07am Guido (Cologne):

Show biz is no good for musicans and creaticvity.
Quite a few were happy to escape.
... if I read about the manager-egos in those times.
... and ridiculous touring-shedules as fas as i remember laments fromNoel Redding.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 7:09am Sean B.:

I have to see that...@RRN63=Today!, thanks for the info on that man!.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:10am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- it's hard to remember a time when Rock Tours were still being pioneered; indeed, the Experience's itinerary was a relentless spiderweb - criss-crossing every which way w/out consideration for the map. A bunch of 20somethings in the late 60s - pushing everything to the limit...
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:12am Guido (Cologne):

Plus heavy partying aftershows.
That made Kevyn Ayers get into serious crisis as far as I remeber.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:13am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& people like Jimi & Lou - as titanic as they are to us Artistically - the Mainstream culture has problems w/ them - *to this day* - & they had to claw their success out w/out it's help...
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 7:15am fxo:

I liked the Hendrix doc. He worked very hard, previous to the Experience. Lots of work and learned craft. A "one of a time(r)". He was a true artiste.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:15am Guido (Cologne):

Is Lee Ranaldo and The Dust worth getting live?
I allready missed club-show of Body/Head and now regret ist a bit.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 7:17am fxo:

Ranaldo & group, are on tour, as we speak. He played on Brian Turner's FMU show, recently.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:22am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- really Frank - ?! I must have blinked & missed that on BT's...
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 7:22am Sean B.:

@Guido & RRN63 I was just thinking that, alot of people dont realise today what these people were doing to their bodies to keep up with these "Inhuman" expectations=Relating to performing WELL under conditions of Jet-Lag, and countless other demanding factors.Alot of great musicians just couldn't keep up.
Keith Moon=prime example.
The Who-Live 1970 Tanglewood,MA is a great exanple of a band in such a state smashing ALL the walls down after a rediculous stretch of shows.
*LONG LIVE ROCK* Brothers & Sisters.
This Lee Renaldo cut is wonderful.
ahhhm yes.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:23am Guido (Cologne):

Good tip Frank.
i'll try to check it.
They'll play in Cologne on Wednesday.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:24am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- in the doc. Michael Lang the promoter talks about Jimi playing Miami - a major Festival - after being dosed w/ STP. & doing it *well*, yeah...
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 7:25am dingleberry:

Happy to hear this Melanie song. Thanks.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:26am Guido (Cologne):

Well about Who:
Very much amphetamine-driven ...
Keith used tul gulp pills as it were candys.

Anyway, exhausting practices ... it is NOT the prfessional way.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 7:26am fxo:

his "debut" at Monterey was courtesy of Owsley.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 7:27am Sean B.:

The BEAR!.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:29am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- not AmericanMasters - but very good Wh♂ doc. 'Amazing Journey' (I watched on YouTube) - friend of a very young KeithMoon says he offered a *handful* of pills thinking he'd take a few of choice - & he gulped the whole thing - & went on & played. The Keith Moon stories *we'll* never know...
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:33am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- but Judy Garland was pilled up too - 'the Show Must Go On'...
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 7:33am out of manners:

I finally posted my profile on my high school website ('76) I didn't want to sound too boastful, this is what I put:
"I’m the quiet drifter you might read about in the papers that finally snapped one day and hung his roommates cat behind the clothes dryer" What'ya think? Too braggy?
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:33am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- oh man! Bill Hicks !!
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:34am Guido (Cologne):

early Beatles were on pills as well.
That's how they survived in Hamburg.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:34am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- be nice to kitties ! : )
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:35am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Lennon: '- & that's stronger drugs than pot!'
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 7:36am fxo:

Moon was not to be on the earth, with his intake.

Don't forget Oscar Levant (inside joke).
Manners: too heavy with our room. You were way too advanced, by the kids.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:36am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...all that early Beatles is quick & emphatic like speed...
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 7:37am Sean B.:

I never understood how people could be creative at all tripped out.LOL...;When I experimented with the stuff in High School years I could do nothing but stare at the walls melting or something; or just sit and laugh,LOL...(in hindsight).I would pick up my guitar and try to play and just lay it down and laugh at...Well everything! & WITH everything.
Hey at first that sounded like Paul Giamatti! or was that The Dark POET?
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:38am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

SeanB: David Crosby made that same point about Hendrix.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:40am Sem Chumbo:

Memoirs of an Amnesiac, Frank. Loved that book. Oscar had his monkey, too.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:42am Guido (Cologne):

... nice dub-mix by the way ...
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 7:43am fxo:

Oscar's were orchestrated by Gershwin.

Sem: good book?
Rev: as far as Crosby, he somehow made it through. Go figyah.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:44am Guido (Cologne):

trippin' out and making music ...
... did not work even with psychedelic prophets like 13th Floor Elevators.
Even Jerry Garcia confessed the tripped out sessions weren't enjoyable at all.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:45am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Crosby sure took it to the limit - & it's not a pretty story, a lot of it.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 7:46am Sean B.:

Genes of a madman,Crosby ... I tell ya.LOL.
Having a great time FRANK, coffee is kicking in along to this 'building up' kinda soundtrack!.
Good people & GREAT music.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:47am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- his new liver serving him better than Lou's, apparently...
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:47am Sem Chumbo:

Frank: written in the late Fifties"tell-all-about-life-in-Hollywood" style, very witty, lots of well-worn celebrity gossip stories and a straight-forward account of Oscar's love of chloral hydrate, and that loves aftermath. Insights about music, also.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:49am Guido (Cologne):

getting new liver and not stopping drinking / druggin' ...
... common problem ...
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 7:51am fxo:

tell that to John Phillips, oh yeah, he didn't make it, either.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:52am duke:

Om was the result when Coltrane took a bunch of jazz musicians into the studio and supposedly took LSD. It's a powerful piece of work, but if the LSD story is true, the drug didn't cause the music to be that different from Coltrane's other work at that time.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:55am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- George Harrison wrote that he took mushrooms in later years - to make sure he wasn't missing anything - & didn't like it a bit.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 7:56am Sean B.:

Well, as Ted Barron said, Lou lived a long life considering what he was doing for years & multiple years to his body. I did not know that he was still using,although;I was under the impression that he 'had it together' in his latter years.I was lucky to see him on his "New York" tour back in 92? i think.Really laid back, good show...my girlfiend at the time fell asleep.LOL
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:56am Sem Chumbo:

"The road of excess leads to the palace of wisdom." Disordering the senses has always, it seems, been especially attractive to the creative mind. At one time I had a dozen feet in my bookcase devoted to drunk writers, don't know if drinking made the writing better. Brendan Behan once said "I am not a writer with a drinking problem, I am a drinker with a writing problem."
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 7:59am Guido (Cologne):

Soft Machine were all heavy drinkers and happy with the psychedelic crowd to enjoy the "scap" the were perfroming at UFO.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:01am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Patti Smith makes the point that Rimbaud's 'organized disorientation of the senses' was for the sake of the Work. ( - of course - *she's* a ♑Capricorn...) Lou made that point in 'Songs for Drella' - Warhol preached the working class ethic to him...like Lennon said the Message was 'Learn to Swim'...but I never became what I wanted to *if* I grew up...
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:01am duke:

If you want an interesting read about drugs try PiHKAL: A Chemical Love Story by Alexander Shulgin.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:03am green gasser:

Don't discount the value of nicotine on the history of art.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:03am fxo:

"Soft Machine"?, thinkin' bout Burroughs?
btw: I watched "On The Road' on cable. It didn't suck.

morning, Duke.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:03am ! I X Key !:

! The sound ou this show !
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:04am Sem Chumbo:

duke: read a review or two, looks like a must-read. Thanks.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:09am Sean B.:

Maybe I'm wrong but it seems that alot of writers and musicians really 'open up' their mind with a ton of psychedelics and mary jane, pills & than all of a sudden the gates are open TOO MUCH for them to handle;So they have to try to close them a bit with ALCOHOL in the later part of thier lives.I dunno....What goes on?.
What...lol.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:11am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Aldous Huxley spelled it all out in 'Heaven & Hell' about Society & Consciousness & Drugs. In my middle age - I'm Homer Simpson - working schlepp - just wanna come home, get naked, drink, watch News - the complete reverse of my Youth. Look what happened to Garcia!
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:11am Guido (Cologne):

Gues you pretty much hit the spot Sean!
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:13am fxo:

remember, Huxley's death will be 50 years ago, same day as JFK.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:13am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

JelloBiafra: 'Take only the drugs recommended by your boss or supervisor!'...
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:14am Red Rainbow:

Sean: A lot of the artists we hear about are the famous ones. The famous ones have enormous pressures. Most of all is the pressure to do your next creation better than your last one. It's a personal and cruel drive. Other pressures are more mundane but also stressful, travel, money, family, ect. It not your 8-to-5 with a cocktail before dinner.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:14am duke:

Caffeine is my drug of choice this AM.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:15am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Caffeine A.M., Alchyhol P.M. You know it.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:16am Sean B.:

"Poor Gerry, don't you try Mary, She is a wandering Flame"=Poor Gerry-Stephen Malkmus
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:17am Guido (Cologne):

... just consider average touring conditions and having to deliever the goods on stage, no matter how you feel.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:20am mama fried:

A good performance is the best high but they can't all be winners so you start out buzzed and that becomes the habit, and when you do have a good performance then the drugs just get in the way.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:21am fred:

Good morning/afternoon Frank and listeners. A welcome day off today, so I'll abuse caffeine less than usual
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:21am Sean B.:

Guys, you ever read "Living With The Dead" by "Rock Skully" ?;A VERY personal account of Mr. Garcia's Nicotine & Cocaine habit;Among many other completely hilarious accounts of Dead madness on countless tours. A Great Read!.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:22am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...so glad I never got into putting powders up my nose...
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:24am fxo:

Rock Scully's book has a lot of truths in it.

hello, Fred, lay back and dream, you deserve it.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:24am Sean B.:

I love Mazzy Star, wanted to see them but tickets are like $175 a pop!.

@RRN63 me niether...bad stuff.BAD I SAY...lol.In all honesty,though.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:25am Guido (Cologne):

... get me away with the powder-noses !!!
So horrible cool, so horrible important, so horrible obnoxious ...
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:26am Jaundiced:

Rabbit: I ran cocaine once and I am glad I did because it taught me how the high overrides the reason center of the brain so that the only and overpowering thought is, "where am I going to get more cocaine". It isn't possible to understand that without experiencing it firsthand. From that I can understand the mindset of a crack or meth addict.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:26am Guido (Cologne):

i read
Hotel California: The True-Life Adventures of Crosby, Stills, Nash, Young, Mitchell, Taylor, Browne, Ronstadt, Geffen, the Eagles, and Their Many Friends
... is that enaugh about ugly stories?
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:28am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I never did coke - & I understand that.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:29am fxo:

enough? more to come...
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:30am Whooda:

Only last week did I learn that Joni Michell song Cold Blue Steel and Sweet Fire was a heroin song. It's her 70th this year.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:30am Sean B.:

Yes Frank, I believe it does;Although the rest of the Dead members didn't appreciate what they considerd was a "Payback" book;Don't see that for a second, it was more a reflective personal book for and from Mr. Skully i think.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:30am fred:

I have tried neither, but heroin looks worse than cocaine, judging by the way it warped people I used to know
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:30am Sem Chumbo:

Well, this turned into a remembrance day of a different sort altogether.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:31am Helleye:

I never did heroin only because I knew I would like it.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:31am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- loves Mazzy - & I guess I was lucky to see them years ago in Santa Barbara for not too much...but they made sure they were dimly lit & it was crowded & Hope Sandoval not exactly leaping up & making herself a center of attention...
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:32am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- Bingos, Helleye.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:33am Sem Chumbo:

Whooda:Tim Curry did a monster cover of Cold Blue Steel on an early album: very theatrical. But what else, coming from him? Speaking of nicotine fiends, Joni is one of 'em, even now.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:35am Hamper Diver:

Sem: I was surprised to see her huffin' and a puffin' on a fag in a recent interview.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:36am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- oh - Joni will always be a damned Beatnik : ) ...
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:36am Sean B.:

Heroin is the end of the road.
Sad that alot of kids are getting in to Heroin at a very young age,it's far more abundant and cheap.
I'm 44 and when I was younger it was Mesc and dirt weed.
Now it's Heroin?!...a huge epidemic in the streets surrounding my apt. building.
GOD DAMN THE PUSHER-MAN!
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:36am Barrel Bottom:

I found the tim curry on Youtube, will be sure and check it out. thanks Sem.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:38am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- that's right SeanB - smack & crack & meth & prescription drugs. Apparently, nobody read the Huxley...
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:38am Sem Chumbo:

Barrel Bottom: you're welcome.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:39am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...even the ganja is said to be exponential of what it were in my 20thCentury dayze...
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:41am Sean B.:

Sad, Man!, very sad.
Whatchagonna do.
Heroin addicts are VERY hard people to HELP even when they ask you for it.A friend of mine is one, i keep him at a close but distant reach...
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:41am Ken From Hyde Park:

Hugs, not drugs.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:41am Guido (Cologne):

... I read the Huxley, but that's 25 years ago.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:42am Chattanooga Chewed Two:

Today's run-of-the-mill weed is what Thai-stick was in the '70's. the really good weed is crippling.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:43am fxo:

on a lighter note...

morning, Ken.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:45am Laptops in Lockup:

Yes a lighter is important too Frank :)
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:48am Sean B.:

Much agreed!..
Hey, I can still laugh the world away while discussing some deteriorating "States" of it.
LOL.
Good Morning All!.
We woke up today!.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:51am Sem Chumbo:

Quite the salon you've hosted this morning, fxo, while serving up, as usual,music for a Monday morning coming down. Thanks a lot, and catch you next week.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:52am fxo:

I guess it's coming to the end of this webcast. Wow, great conversations!
Much appreciated... have a good week, and you'll hear from me next Monday, same station, same situation. The archive of this will be available, on the WFMU website, in a few hours.
pax.
Avatar Mon. 11/11/13 8:53am Sean B.:

I never can understand why people get so DOWN on YES.
"Close To The Edge" is such a positive & uplifting KEEPER of a record.

I had a great time taking all this music and convo in,along with the caffeine.
Thanks Frank, all.
Avatar    Mon. 11/11/13 8:55am Guido (Cologne):

Cheers Frank!
  Mon. 11/11/13 8:55am P-90:

Thank you Frank! Have a good one!
Avatar Tue. 11/12/13 12:02pm left:

FXO, you're making my Tuesday :) I know it's not real time but I feel like it was yesterday, today! Magic.
  Tue. 11/12/13 2:40pm fxo:

based on today's date, I appreciate it.
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