Bob Brainen's playlist May 31, 2014 E-mail Bob Brainen
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Artist Track Album / Format Year Comments Approx. start time Hank Levine w/ Timothy Leary Image, Part One / The Psychedelic Experience (CD-R) 1961 / 1966 0:00:00 ) Antonio Diaz Condi 'excerpt' from Night Of The Bloody Apes Monster Movie Music, Vol. 9 (CD-R) 1969 VAR 0:02:34 ) Seals & Crofts Hand Me Down Shoe Down Home (LP) 1970 0:04:14 ) Jo Stafford I'm Your Girl Sings Broadway's Best (LP) 1953 purchased last night at the FMU Record Fair 0:08:14 ) Yardbirds Farewell Over Under Sideways Down (LP) 1966 0:10:17 ) NRBQ This Flat Tire Brass Tacks (CD) * 2014 http://www.nrbq.com/store/cd-Brass-Tacks.html 0:12:33 ) John Lee Hooker & Canned Heat Burnin' Hell Hooker 'n Heat (2LP) 1971 0:16:21 ) Arthur Lee Theme from Thomasine & Bushrod Black Beauty (CD) * 1974 / 2013 0:20:28 ) Calamity & Utter / Gustavo Santolalla Row Row Row Your Boat / Iguazu (Intro Theme) Deadwood (CD) 2005 OST 0:24:16 ) Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band Plastic Factory Safe As Milk (CD) * 1967 / 2013 In MONO 0:28:58 ) Music behind DJ:
BBC Television Archives - Title Sequences 0:29:08 ) Harry Lookofsky Move Stringsville (LP) 1958 0:44:15 ) Beach Boys Time to get Alone All This Is That (CD) 1969 Thanks to FXO 0:45:35 ) Rolling Stones Sad Day (45) 1966 non-lp b-side 0:48:54 ) P.J. O'Connell The Dakotas Dream Life (CD) 2000 www.p.j.o'connell.com 0:51:43 ) Beau Brummels Gate of Hearts Beau Brummels (CD) 1975 0:55:44 ) Music behind DJ:
BBC Television Archives - Title Sequences 0:58:47 ) Byrds For Me Again Preflyte (LP) 1964 / 1969 earliest recordings 1:12:50 ) Byrds She has a Way Preflyte (LP) 1964 / 1969 1:15:48 ) Byrds Mr. Tambourine Man Preflyte (LP) 1964 / 1969 original Byrds version 1:17:53 ) Zombies Conversation Off Floral Street The Zombies R.I.P. (CD) * 1969 / 2014 somewhat legendary unreleased 1969 album 1:20:19 ) Eric Dolphy Something Sweet, Something Tender Out To Lunch (CD) 1964 Dolphy-Fest TONIGHT at M.S.U.
1:24:08 ) Music behind DJ:
BBC Television Archives - Title Sequences 1:26:34 ) Jon Brion Gotta Start Somewhere Meaningless (CD) 2000 1:40:19 ) Sonny Stitt The Double-O-Soul Of...Part Two (45) 1965 1:44:26 ) Aretha Franklin Come Back Baby Lady Soul (LP) 1967 1:48:52 ) At this point the show is on auto-pilot as we trouble-shoot the connections to go LIVE to the Record Fair.... Jef Gilson et Malagasy Colchiques Dans Les Pres (Live) Gilson et Malagasy (CD box set) * ? / 2014 1:49:50 ) Roosevelt Sykes Music Is My Business Music behind DJ:
BBC Television Archives - Title Sequences 2:05:18 )
(* = new, The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
♥ Sat. 5/31/14 9:04am duke:
Morning Bob...Happy record fair weekend
Sat. 5/31/14 9:27am mike east:
Sat. 5/31/14 9:28am RCinMT:
Okay, I'm awake now!
Sat. 5/31/14 9:36am Mike East:
my plan is to make it to the record fair before the end of Michael Shelley
♥ Sat. 5/31/14 9:49am fred:
Good record fair morning everyone.
I wish I could go, and I really wish I could go see Laura Cantrell. For some reason her tours never stop in Paris (I guess the lack of a market for her music is that reason, France sucked even before it was made official last Sunday)
Sat. 5/31/14 9:53am Mike East:
All the people I know who are going to the record fair are going tomorrow during Laura Cantrell. I almost did, too, but it turns out I'm going into the city today anyway to play some music. I have no desire to make two trips into NYC on my weekend.
Sat. 5/31/14 9:56am Rhndrsn:
The Beach Boys 'Stack O'Tracks' collection has long been a favorite, so much so that whenever I hear new instrumental tracks by the band, I'm consistently floored. But I don't think I've ever heard one more unusual and fascinating than the bed for 20/20's "Time To Get Alone" which you just played. Even knowing the song as well as I do - it's been a favorite for over 40 years - it's difficult to imagine the Boys singing along, as the backing music inhabits its own harmonic entity almost entirely, leaving their vocals to complete a very different task. Which is sufficiently breath-taking to get me out of bed and typing very early in a Los Angeles morning. Thanks, Bob. Wish I could buy that one!
Sat. 5/31/14 10:25am William:
Bob, is this a recent release of the Zombies album?
Sat. 5/31/14 10:28am Rick from NJ:
Swirl labels? Ian Matthews ("Tigers Will Survive" era) had some LPs on the Vertigo label. They went to the max, putting all the track listings on one side, so the other side could be an unadorned circular design spiral, presumably to make you dizzy...
Sat. 5/31/14 10:35am Mike East:
Glad to hear the Armory is so big. Last year at Metro Pavillion, I had a baby carriage and it was a huge pain in the ass to navigate and I felt bad for running people over. This year, I'll have a baby backpack which takes up a smaller footprint anyway.
Sat. 5/31/14 10:36am Mike East:
My company ran sound there a few times and I'm told it was impossible to mix because of the echo.
Sat. 5/31/14 10:37am William:
Imagine the Swan