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Options July 7, 2015: Photographs of Clouds

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
The In-Theme          0:00:00 ()
Roy Ayers  Exotic Dance   Options Coffy OST  RE: Polydor  1973  0:02:02 ()
The Final Solution  We Can Work It Out   Options Brotherman OST  RE: Numero Group  1975  0:05:17 ()
The Emotions  So I Can Love You (1969)   Options V.A.: Stax: 50th Anniversary Celebration  Concord Music  2007  0:09:52 ()
Chubby Checker  Ballade of Jimi (aka "He Died")   Options Chequered [aka "New Revelation"]  RE: Underground Masters  1971  0:12:42 ()
Kool and Together  Reaching Out   Options Kool and Together  RE: Heavy Light  1973  0:15:22 ()
24-Carat Black  I Want to Make Up (1974)   Options Gone: The Promises of Yesterday  Numero Group  2009  0:18:17 ()
Parliament  I Misjudged You   Options Chocolate City  RE: Mercury  1975  0:24:55 ()
Sly & the Family Stone  Run, Run, Run   Options A Whole New Thing  Epic / Legacy  1967  0:33:51 ()
Joan Albert Amargos  Ushi   Options V.A.: A Mig Cami  Columna Musica  2006  0:36:56 ()
Herbert Howells  Sir Hugh's Galliard, from "Lambert's Clavichord" (1928)   Options Lambert's Clavichord / Howells' Clavichord  Centaur  2001  0:39:29 ()
Nicola Cipani  Princip   Options The Ill-Tempered Piano  Long Song  2008  0:40:43 ()
Paul Lansky  A Is for...   Options Alphabet Book  Bridge  2002  0:42:23 ()
Christina Kubisch  Homage with Minimal Disinformation   Options Five Electrical Walks  Important  2007  0:48:10 ()
Daniel Lentz  Talk Radio (1990)   Options Voices  Aoede  2001  0:52:53 ()
Jean Françaix  Sonatina for Trumpet & Piano (1950): Prelude   Options V.A.: C'est Ainsi  Antes  2004  1:11:18 ()
André Souris  Comptines pour Enfants Sinistres (1942)   Options Musiques  Cypres  2001  1:12:40 ()
Alexei Zhivotov  Fragments for Nonet, Op. 2 (1928)   Options V.A.: Russian Music from the 1920s  BMG  1997  1:19:57 ()
Bryan Johanson  Two Cats Fugue   Options The Secret Guitar  Gagliano  1994  1:27:19 ()
Gentle Giant  Experience   Options In a Glass House  RE: Alucard  1973  1:35:41 ()
Fresh Maggots  Elizabeth R   Options Fresh Maggots  RE: Si-Wan  1971  1:47:10 ()
John Cage  Four Walls: Act 1, Scene VI (1944)   Options Piano Works 5 [ Haydée Schvartz, piano)  Mode  2003  1:50:07 ()
John Adams  This Is Prophetic, from "Nixon in China" (1987) [arrangement for saxophone]   Options V.A.: Alone... [w/ Simon Haram, sax]  Black Box  1999  1:53:40 ()
Reale Accademia di Musica  Favola   Options Reale Accademia di Musica  RE: Sony  1972  2:01:19 ()
Formula 3  Sognando e Risognando, Part 1: Fermo al Sematoro   Options Sognando e Risognando  RE: Sony  1972  2:05:10 ()
Wool  If They Left Us Alone Now   Options Wool  ABC  1969  2:07:59 ()
Soong Fu-Yuan  Deep in the Clouds, from "Poems for Piano"   Options Paul Rutman Plays Soong  Heritage Society  1990  2:11:33 ()
Douglas Ewart  Spells (2008)   Options V.A.: Here and Now [ w/ Zeitgeist]  Innova  2011  2:14:13 ()
Julian's Treatment  Altarra, Princess of the Blue Women   Options A Time Before This  RE: Esoteric  1970  2:16:57 ()
Spirogyra  Love Is a Funny Thing   Options St. Radigunds  RE: Repertoire  1972  2:25:47 ()
Mu  I Saw Your Photograph (1974)   Options Mu  Sundazed  1997  2:27:56 ()
America  Moon Song   Options Homecoming  Warner Bros  1972  2:31:36 ()
The Dramatics  In the Rain (1972)   Options V.A.: Stax: 50th Anniversary Celebration  Concord Music  2007  2:35:09 ()
Curtis Mayfield  Little Child Runnin' Wild   Options Superfly OST  Curtom  1972  2:38:31 ()
Tina & David Meltzer  Let the Door Stay Open   Options Green Morning (1971)  RD  1998  2:43:51 ()
Montage  The Mirror [bonus track]   Options Montage  Sundazed  1968  2:47:24 ()
The World of Oz  Like a Tear   Options The World of Oz  Deram  1969  2:53:50 ()
The Out-Theme  Gelbart: My Favorite Vacation [part of] + Die Trip Computer Die: Airborn [part of]   Options       2:57:04 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 7/7/15 12:00pm βrian:

Hey, Tony. Who drew Newspaper Face?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 7/7/15 12:01pm listener james from westwood:

How do, Tony and all!!
Avatar    Tue. 7/7/15 12:01pm V Priceless:

Hey Tony and ear buddies!
  Tue. 7/7/15 12:01pm Dean:

Two Years Before the Mast
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:02pm Tony Coulter:

Heya, Brian, James, V Pricelesss!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 12:02pm Uncle Michael:

Good morning!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:03pm Tony Coulter:

I will now attempt to git funky. Mind your toes.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:03pm Tony Coulter:

Hey ho, Dean and Uncle M!
Avatar    Tue. 7/7/15 12:03pm V Priceless:

ha @ 'Brian, James'

Hey Uncle M!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 12:03pm Uncle Michael:

And the gap? How do I mind both?
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:04pm Tony Coulter:

Don't know who drew newspaper face. Just stumbled on that image on-line.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 12:04pm Uncle Michael:

My new work schedule means I'm in situ at noon ET, not in or soon to be in transit.
  Tue. 7/7/15 12:05pm Dean:

It isn't a newspaper. It's a page from the Richard Henry Dana novel.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 12:07pm JtotheK:

hi everybody! coffy ... great soundtrack ... and movie's good, too, haven't seen it in a while.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:09pm Tony Coulter:

Hola, JtotheK!

Haven't seen Coffy ... or Brotherman. Would like to catch both....
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:11pm βrian:

Very much reminds me of an old friend's style of drawing. Love it.
  Tue. 7/7/15 12:17pm Dean:

Wait, TYBtM isn't a novel. It's a memoir.

I hafta buy a new car. I hate cars. Any suggestions? I'm thinking as cheap as possible: Hyundai, Mazda, Lamborghini...
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 12:18pm Uncle Michael:

Mazda's are very good. Hyundais give great value. Lambos will get you laid.
Avatar    Tue. 7/7/15 12:19pm V Priceless:

Dean: Subaru Cross Trek - simple and swell, and cool too!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 12:19pm Uncle Michael:

Also...don't buy a new car. Find a three year old car with under 30k miles on it.
Avatar    Tue. 7/7/15 12:20pm V Priceless:

plus, not that you'll need it much, but a tank in the snow!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:20pm βrian:

1975 Datsun pick up truck. Nice and simple.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 12:20pm Uncle Michael:

The Cross Trek is very nice...until you realize how much you pay for how it looks and see what a similarly equipped Forrester costs.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 7/7/15 12:20pm Carmichael:

Hondas are a little more expensive, but the total cost of ownership is very low. Hyundai SUVs are very popular these days, but I don't know much about their maintenance record.
  Tue. 7/7/15 12:21pm Dean:

Thanks, UM, but I'm really looking for a vehicle comprising all three benefits. Yeah, used is an option.

Thought of Subaru, too, VP, but 1) the local dealer is also a Ford dealer and I'm sick and tired of them , and 2) I don't live in Oregon or Washington.

Pickup won't work, βrian, unless I relegate the kids to the bed where they can roll around.

Great advice, all. Thank you. Keep it coming!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 12:21pm Uncle Michael:

Hondas seem to be resting on laurels they earned in the '80s and '90s. They're not as bulletproof as they once were.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:22pm Tony Coulter:

How about a Trabant?
Avatar    Tue. 7/7/15 12:22pm V Priceless:

@ UM - I lease mine, but sticker is a very reasonable 24K (2014)
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 12:23pm Uncle Michael:

I was in buying mode not long ago when I was facing an expensive repair on a 13 year-old car. I avoided the repair but I was very close to choosing the mazda CX-5.
  Tue. 7/7/15 12:23pm Dean:

Exactly what my auto repair person told me, UM.

Good idea, TC. There's a dealership just blocks from our house.

Thought of leasing, too. Downside is I can't come up with a business write-off.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 12:24pm Uncle Michael:

The CrossTek I liked priced out over 30k with all the goodies I couldn't resist.
  Tue. 7/7/15 12:24pm Dean:

Same situation here, UM: a 13YO car in need of new oil gasket, struts/shocks, and new transmission. Other than that, she hums like a Ferrari, except for the funky electrical issues with the auto-locks and the trunk.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:24pm βrian:

If they still made Volvos, I'd recommend a sedan.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 12:25pm Uncle Michael:

They still make Volvos!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 12:26pm Uncle Michael:

Volvos aren't bargains.

I'd recommend VW but for two things. Most of the dealers are shitheads (not all...you might be lucky) and parts are EXPENSIVE.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 7/7/15 12:26pm Carmichael:

SUVs are always a good choice. You can seat 4 or 5, and also haul around all the associated kid gear.
  Tue. 7/7/15 12:26pm Dean:

Also thinking a Harley with a sidecar for the kids. But then I'd have to invest in leathers and get tattoos.

Maybe a horse? But I need one with get-up-and-go. Any chance I can find a 200HP horse?
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:27pm βrian:

They stopped making Volvos in 1998. The brand name is still in use, but who wants to drive a logo?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 7/7/15 12:27pm Carmichael:

Oh, and Hi Tony!
Avatar    Tue. 7/7/15 12:28pm V Priceless:

Hyundai was OK - drove a Genesis (fantastic) and a Santa Fe, but I discovered their financing tactics were down-right criminal, so never again with them.

cool thing about the Cross Trek is it has more of a car footprint to it than a larger SUV. Plus, their add campaign features dogs driving them, so what's not to like?
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:28pm Tony Coulter:

Greetings, Carmichael! Here for a test drive?
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:28pm βrian:

Our mechanic says of VWs: They're great cars — until they aren't."
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 7/7/15 12:29pm Carmichael:

Sounds like you're driving the Kia Soul, Tony.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 12:30pm Uncle Michael:

True dat, Brian.

The Cross Tek is pretty sweet if speed's not your thing.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:31pm βrian:

Source for the drawing, by the way:
Avatar    Tue. 7/7/15 12:32pm V Priceless:

@ Dean: whatever you purchase, make sure it can haul this!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:33pm βrian:

Garage sales, in my neck of the woods.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:35pm Tony Coulter:

@ Carmichael: This radio car will be running out of soul juice pretty soon. Will have to switch to alternative fuels.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 12:36pm Uncle Michael:

My cousin has one of those trailers. She had it at our family reunion two weeks ago.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:38pm βrian:

Speaking of ushi, I'm getting hungry. I can see the pad thai cart from my window.
Avatar    Tue. 7/7/15 12:38pm V Priceless:

wow - looks very cool, Uncle M - made in Australia, apparently.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:39pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, βrian! That is indeed where I snagged today's drawing from. Lost the link.... (Howdya find it so fast?)
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:39pm βrian:

Google reverse image search.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 12:41pm Uncle Michael:

I'm not positive it was the same brand. It was a tiny teardrop trailer though.
  Tue. 7/7/15 12:44pm Dean:

Yeesh, had a quick meeting, so I missed S&tFS and, OMG, Herbert Howells!

More good car advice, thank you all. Hyundai Genesis is WAY out of my budget. (This, despite the fact that I'm pretty sure I can afford $150K amplifiers, but you know, priorities.)
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:49pm Tony Coulter:

@ Dean: As you will have noticed, I switched gears in your absence.
Avatar    Tue. 7/7/15 12:50pm V Priceless:

  Tue. 7/7/15 12:51pm Dean:

My car, the 13YO obnoxiomobile, can't go in reverse. Does that make me an optimist?
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:53pm Tony Coulter:

Somewhere I have a photo of Christina Kubisch topless. Should pin it up on my wall.
  Tue. 7/7/15 12:56pm Dean:

Are you suggesting I should consider a convertible, TC?
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:56pm Tony Coulter:

Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:57pm βrian:

Get a standard transmission if you want to switch gears.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 12:58pm Tony Coulter:

Figured I'd give you a traffic report.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 1:00pm βrian:

The low spark plug of high heeled … ?
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 1:04pm Tony Coulter:

... goys?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 7/7/15 1:08pm listener james from westwood:

That Lentz was delightful, sez this goy.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 1:13pm βrian:

Weren't you car shopping, listener james?
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 1:16pm Tony Coulter:

André Souris was that rare bird: a Surrealist composer. Literally -- he was friend of Magritte's and belonged to a Belgian Surrealist group.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 7/7/15 1:28pm Carmichael:

Tony, I never knew you were an "egghead" ... :)
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 1:29pm Tony Coulter:

Yes -- my head is shaped exactly like a sunny-side-up egg.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 7/7/15 1:31pm Carmichael:

I just came across the Vincent Price picture of his Batman evil character of the same name!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 1:33pm northguineahills:

I somehow missed Zhivotov. I thought I knew my early Soviet composers.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 1:34pm Tony Coulter:

@ NGH: Word on the street is that what I played is the only good piece of his. He supposedly became very stodgy very quickly.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 1:36pm Tony Coulter:

@ Carmichael: Is there really a Batman villain called The Egghead? How could I not know?
  Tue. 7/7/15 1:36pm Dean:

Damn, I was just humming this GG song yesterday!
Avatar    Tue. 7/7/15 1:36pm V Priceless:

Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 7/7/15 1:39pm listener james from westwood:

βrian: Yes indeed. Still am. Got a few other models to test-drive, then it's pitting dealer against dealer in a Thunderdome–like battle for supremacy.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 1:39pm βrian:

Good lord, that pad thai was seasoned with bliss-inducing fire. "Moi, radiateur."
  Tue. 7/7/15 1:42pm Dean:

Any wisdom to impart, ljfw? I'm toying with having a credit union do the shopping for me.
  Tue. 7/7/15 1:42pm Malcolm M.:

Nothing Defeats Gentle Giant /Live onwards & Upwards.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 1:43pm Tony Coulter:

Heya, Gentle Malcolm!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 1:43pm doctorjazz:

Hi all you Coulter Counters!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 1:43pm Tony Coulter:

Hey ho, doctorjazz!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 1:44pm Jeff Golick:

Ooof bummed I missed GG.
Hi Tony and Coulterians.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 1:45pm doctorjazz:

Listener James, go for the Maserati!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 1:47pm Tony Coulter:

Greetings, Jeff G!
  Tue. 7/7/15 1:48pm Dean:

A maggot's a dance, yes? Elizabethan, in fact?
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 1:50pm Tony Coulter:

Yes, maggots love to dance. Little known fact.
  Tue. 7/7/15 1:53pm Dean:

Cage? Four walls? Get it?
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 1:53pm Tony Coulter:

Four walls with bars (of music).
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 7/7/15 1:55pm Carmichael:

Yes Tony, Vincent Price was indeed the evil Egghead.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 1:55pm Jeff Golick:

On the subject of cars: I'm currently driving a very well-cared-for, 20-year-old automobile that, I sense, is getting ready to give up the ghost. Just hoping the most recent thousand dollar repair gets us through the summer voyages (mostly to and from camp). I've learned to ignore the "engine oil low" and "check coolant" warnings, as they are not accurate, but the recent appearance of "brake light circuit" did give me pause.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 1:57pm Jeff Golick:

Lovely set, this, Tony.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 1:58pm βrian:

You'd better follow up on that, Jeff, or it will no longer give you pause.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 1:58pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, Jeff-Gee!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:00pm βrian:

Cherry /dark chocolate oatmeal cookies have appeared! Thanks, Fortuna!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 7/7/15 2:00pm listener james from westwood:

@doctorjazz, we'll see how much I can get on the trade-in!

@JeffG, those are hard bits of math to do, and I'm not talking algebra. Hate gambling on whether a car's gonna crap out and ding my wallet. Hope yours is a low-drama vehicle throughout the summer and beyond.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 2:02pm Jeff Golick:

Quite right, βrian. Had the classic case of bringing the car in for the brake light check, and the problem did not reappear, so they just had me pick it up again. Fingers crossed, @ljfw; thanks.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:02pm βrian:

@LJ. Never do trade-ins! Keep the transactions separate. That's the only way to properly parse the numbers.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 2:03pm northguineahills:

Superb stuff. Gotta check ouut in a bit. Always good to hear Paul Lansky.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:04pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, NGH!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:05pm Tony Coulter:

Talking of cars, here's Formula 3
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:05pm The Pot Man:

some nice classical prog stuff tonight - I'm in the mood for some Tony!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:06pm Tony Coulter:

Heya, Pot Man! You're legal in Oregon now.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:07pm The Pot Man:

does that include Federal Law as well - or if I open my own WEED store the FBI will arrest me and confiscate the lot?
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:09pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

Speaking of classical prog, about an hour ago i was listening to Chris Squire's epic "Safe (Canon Song)" from his 70s solo album. It blew my teenage mind when i heard it once on late night radio, still sounds pretty worthy, although a bit bombastic for my current tastes...
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:09pm Tony Coulter:

There are weed stores on every block here in Portland. Never saw so many medical marijuana clinics.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:09pm βrian:

"Na-na-na-na," she sang.
Avatar    Tue. 7/7/15 2:10pm V Priceless:

whoa - The Pot Man with the VDGG av - nice!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:10pm The Pot Man:

never heard Chris Squire solo stuff - he was in Yes wasn't he?
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:10pm Tony Coulter:

Heya, Canterbury wood-elf! Don't shoot me anyone, but I actually prefer the Squire and Steve Howe solo stuff to Yes itself.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 7/7/15 2:10pm Carmichael:

Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:11pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

Yes indeed, Mr. Pot Man! The only person to play on all of their albums. I was checking his solo album cos he recently died : (
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:12pm The Pot Man:

for that matter Tony - do you rate Steve Hackett solo stuff better or worse than his stuff with Genesis?
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:13pm Tony Coulter:

@ Pot Man: I like the Hacket stuff quite a bit too, but I also like early Genesis, so it's sort of a tie there.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:14pm βrian:

Yes, when they were just considering the idea of starting a band ...
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:14pm The Pot Man:

love Steve Hillage's solo stuff more than his work with Gong!
Avatar    Tue. 7/7/15 2:14pm V Priceless:

Hackett still doing fine work - I think his departure from the big G was more critical than PG's, IMHO.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:16pm The Pot Man:

PG1 V TRICK OF THE TAIL - I much prefer Trick to the 1st PG album!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:16pm Tony Coulter:

@ The Pot Man: In the case of Hillage, I far prefer him with Gong. I do like "Fish Rising" though.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:17pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

Hillage's "Fish Rising" is the best of both worlds: basically a solo LP, but with all of the classic Gong lineup (minus Daevid) playing on it...
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:17pm βrian:

Clarinet or oboe?
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:18pm Tony Coulter:

Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:18pm The Pot Man:

which album had his version of Hurdy Gurdy Man on?
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:19pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

That was "L".
  Tue. 7/7/15 2:19pm Dean:

Can't get started in the pre-PG/post-PG Genesis dispute, nor the Yes/solo matter. My tastes tend to be conservative. But Hillage: as Cw-e notes, FR is pretty much a Gong album, and one listens to Gong for Gong, Hillage for Hillage. Khan remains masterful. The solo albums are hit-miss, but the recent issues of live shows from the '70s are killer. I also enjoy System 7.

HGM was on L.

Clarinet by a long shot.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:20pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

Oboe d'amour!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:20pm The Pot Man:

didn't like the System 7 stuff - Hillage doing Beats and House music - no thanks!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:21pm βrian:

What a nice, silky set this is!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:21pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

System 7 live completely blew me away a couple of years ago, total mastery...
Avatar    Tue. 7/7/15 2:22pm V Priceless:

not taking anything away from Gabriel, or Banks, mind you - it's just that Hackett was a cornerstone in the compositional element; it's obvious to hear the slide after "Wind and Wuthering"...though I dig "And Then There Where Three" and "Duke"...the challenging musical element (to my ear, at least) started waning after Steve's departure...
  Tue. 7/7/15 2:22pm Dean:

Hillage started the trends, and I give him props. Listen to System 7 with Rovo, Phoenix Rising (get it?). Killer.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:22pm βrian:

Does it inspire morsures d'amour?
  Tue. 7/7/15 2:23pm Dean:

"Oboe d'amour" sounds so much more tasteful than "love oboe."
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:25pm βrian:

Scene 4 or scene 6?
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:26pm Tony Coulter:

Umm, Scene 6. Did I say Scene 4? Sometimes I can't read my own handwriting.
  Tue. 7/7/15 2:27pm Dean:

Roman numeric dyslexia
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:27pm βrian:

It clearly says "vee-one," as far as I can tell.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:27pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

I was introduced to Martin Cockerham from Spirogyra a couple of weeks ago, completely unexpectedly. He had some amazing stories from his travels in '68-'69, still living a very interesting life (half the year in South India, the other half semi-nomadic in the Glastonbury area)...
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:29pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

"St. Radigunds" is the name of the street the band lived on in a shared house during their student days in Canterbury, one which I regularly cycle past.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:30pm Tony Coulter:

I love all three of their albums. A (relatively) little-known branch in the Canterbury family tree.
  Tue. 7/7/15 2:31pm Dean:

So, Radigunds Street?
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 2:32pm doctorjazz:

Really nice show.
  Tue. 7/7/15 2:32pm Dean:

America, fuck yeah!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:32pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

@Dean "St. Radigunds Street", named after a female Saxon saint who renounced a life of privilege to help lepers.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:32pm βrian:

Aaam-da. 'Murika!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:33pm Tony Coulter:

@ doctorjazz: Thanks!!!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:33pm βrian:

I was reading that lepers are a real problem on the Golden Gate Bridge.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:34pm Tony Coulter:

You can always tell a leper by their spots.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 7/7/15 2:34pm Carmichael:

Big America fan here. I used to play in a similar style band. We moved the "smooth" slider all the way to 11.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:34pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

@Tony Yeah, some Canterbury scene purists don't want to talk about Spirogyra, see them as a separate entity whose only link to Canterbury was a geographical one (whereas Egg, National Health, etc. had no direct geographical links but are considered quintessentially "Canterbury"). But Barbara Gaskin went on to sing with Hatfield and the North, and Geoffrey Richardson from Caravan was briefly in late-period Spirogyra, so they were definitely part of the soup...
  Tue. 7/7/15 2:35pm Dean:

Well, actually, they're a problem *off* the GG Bridge (which I can see when I step outside my office).

There's no Ave. Radigunds, then? No Radigunds Hwy.?
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:37pm Tony Coulter:

St. Radigunds & the North
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:40pm βrian:

I keep trying to scoot, but Tony keeps reeling me in.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:40pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

There is a St. Radigunds Road down in Dover. She was popular in these parts!

Richard Sinclair from Caravan used to show up for jams and parties at the Spirogyra house, and Martin C recently caught up with him in Italy. A couple of members of Spirogyra ended up in one of his bands before he left England. And his first (unrecorded) band post Hatfield was called "Sinclair and the South" (Bruford was involved in one gig). OK, enough of this Canterbury scene geek-out, i'm going to sit back and enjoy this Curtis Mayfield!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:43pm βrian:

I'm tootling down St. Radigunds now. Just passed The Dolphin ...
Avatar    Tue. 7/7/15 2:43pm V Priceless:

@ Tony - nice job revisiting the soul groove!
  Tue. 7/7/15 2:44pm Dean:

I distinctly remember wandering into Middle Earth Records in Downey, CA, while National Health was playing over the system, pre-first album. The clerks identified the band to me and indicated Bruford was drumming. Must have been an early tape. Middle Earth was, so the story goes, the home of Amazing Korneyfone.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:45pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

@βrian Google Streetview? Or for real?
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:45pm βrian:

Oh, look. There's the Jolly Sailor.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:46pm βrian:

Yep, I'm still on the isthmus.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:46pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

@βrian Don't forget the headshop on the corner...
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:46pm βrian:

Hah. Skunkworks!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:49pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

@βrian: You're following the line of the old city wall. The old Northgate used to arch over the street between Skunkworks and The Jolly Sailor. Further down was the 19th century red-light district (closest to the military barracks), disreputable music halls, etc. Now it's just drunk students...
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:50pm βrian:

The Jolly Sailor has a U.S. flag in the corner window. I'm perplexed.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:51pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

I think there was some kind of 4th of July themed event (with a bluegrass band, etc.)
  Tue. 7/7/15 2:53pm Dean:

They have a Fourth of July in England?
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:53pm βrian:

Looks like a fun place to explore by bike...
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:53pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

No, we skip from the 3rd to the 5th.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 2:53pm Looms:

Very nice show, thank you.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:53pm βrian:

@Dean. What, do you think the skip a day?
  Tue. 7/7/15 2:54pm Dean:

I skip from the third to the fifth, too. Boy are my ankles tired.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 7/7/15 2:54pm listener james from westwood:

Enchanting program, Tony; thanks for stopping by for a spell!!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:54pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, Looms! A late-inning hello as well!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:54pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

@βrian: Indeed, Canterbury's great for cycling. All kinds of quirky shortcuts, etc. And a nightmare to drive around, according to my driving friends. Medieval walled cities just aren't very car-compatible.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 7/7/15 2:55pm Michael:

Lovely show TC - Thanks!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:55pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, Michael!!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:55pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

Thanks, Tony, really loved the last hour, wish I'd tuned in earlier. Have a great week...
Avatar    Tue. 7/7/15 2:55pm V Priceless:

thanks for a swell show, TC!
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:56pm βrian:

In Wisconsin we have medieval walled politicians.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:57pm βrian:

Yes, thanks Sir Courtly Tone.
Avatar Tue. 7/7/15 2:57pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, everyone!! See you all next time!
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