Options Tony Coulter: Playlist from June 5, 2018 Options

Tony Coulter's avatar View Tony Coulter's profile Options

I play rhinoceros and psychedelic fork.

Tuesdays Noon - 3pm (EST) (Web-only) | On WFMU's Give the Drummer Radio (Info)
Give the Drummer Radio LIVE Audio Streams (Get help):   Pop-up  |  128k MP3

<-- Previous playlist | Back to Tony Coulter playlists | Next playlist -->

Options June 5, 2018: Lizard Looker

Listen to this show: | Add or read comments

Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
The In-Theme          0:00:00 ()
Vijaya Anand  Prema Rudaayade (from the film "Loving Hearts") (1988)   Options Dance Raja Dance: South Indian Film Music of Vijaya Anand  Luka Bop  1992  0:01:55 ()
Cuasares  Cuasares   Options Afro-Progresivo  RE: Pharaway Sounds  1973  0:06:55 ()
Daniel Goyone  Cendrillon   Options Lueurs Bleues  Label Bleu  1993  0:12:22 ()
Dieter Kaufmann  Adagio 2003   Options Kaufmann & France  Extraplatte  2004  0:16:50 ()
June Christy  Interlude   Options Gone for the Day  Capitol  1957  0:34:48 ()
Sogenanntes Linksradikales Blasorchester   Hälfte des Lebens   Options Mit Gelben Birnen  Trikont  1980  0:42:08 ()
Mouvements  Ailleurs   Options Mouvements  RE: Mental Experience  1973  0:44:44 ()
Davis Redford Triad  Mysteries of Cydonia   Options Mystical Path of the Number 86  Holy Mountain  1997  0:46:34 ()
Florie Namir  Delevarnu - II (2012)   Options Akropolis Reed Quintet: Unravelled  no label  2014  0:56:26 ()
John Greaves  Tambien 1 (1995)   Options Tambien 1–7  Resurgence  2005  1:00:35 ()
Pierre Boeswillwald   Toccatanne No 2: Qui Est Là? (1974)   Options Pierre Boeswillwald (Chrysopée Électronique 27)  IMEB  2005  1:07:35 ()
Don Muro  The First Look   Options Off We Go: More Synth Pop from 1970–1979  Flannelgraph  2018  1:25:12 ()
Banzai  Try   Options Hora Nata  RE: Pseudonym  1975  1:29:19 ()
White Witch  Walk On   Options A Spiritual Greeting  Capricorn  1974  1:37:02 ()
Nektar  That's Life   Options Down to Earth  Passport  1974  1:40:36 ()
Sensation  Nature All Around   Options Sensation  RE: Folk Evaluation  1976  1:47:29 ()
Mr. Flood's Party  Advice   Options Mr. Flood's Party  Cotillion  1969  1:50:28 ()
Matthew & Peter  Here I Lie   Options Under the Arch  Playboy  1972  1:56:07 ()
New England  Hello, Hello, Hello   Options New England  Infinity  1979  2:00:08 ()
Ziggurat  Run with the Wind   Options Ziggurat  Robox  1979  2:03:43 ()
The Max Demian Band  The Lizard Song   Options Take It to the Max  RCA  1979  2:06:54 ()
Mike Runnels  Tell Me Who You Are   Options Come Inside  Ninth Circle  1988  2:12:09 ()
Molkie Cole  Lullabye   Options Molkie Cole  Janus  1977  2:14:27 ()
Looker  Your Dreams   Options We're Not Strangers  no label  1984  2:18:05 ()
Gary Cronce & the Oat Bros.  Long Hot Summer   Options Poison Oat  Broken Oat  1976  2:22:31 ()
A. Mann  Over the Border   Options Free Arts / Fine Enterprise  AMDAGC  1976  2:25:32 ()
Deep Purple  Black Night   Options 7"  Warner Bros.  1970  2:32:25 ()
Negative Space  Isolated Ivory Tower (1970)   Options The Living Dead Years  Monster  2000  2:35:51 ()
High Tide  Futilist's Lament   Options Sea Shanties  RE: Repertoire  1969  2:39:44 ()
Cargo  Sail Inside   Options Cargo  Harvest  1972  2:45:01 ()
The Out-Theme  Gelbart: My Favorite Vacation [part of] + Die Trip Computer Die: Airborn [part of]   Options       2:57:41 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Mon. 6/4/18 12:45pm Tony Coulter:

Today's playlist pic is taken from the cover of a French '70s magazine called Plexus: plainmagazine.com...
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:02pm Sem:

Hello, Tony. Intriguing pic.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:02pm Rich in Washington:

I was just going to remark that that image reminds me of something you'd see in Metal Hurlant. I've ever heard of Plexus. I need to check that out.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:03pm listener james from westwood:

Good Tuesday, Tony and all!
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:03pm Tony Coulter:

Hiya, Sem, Rich, & James!!
  Tue. 6/5/18 12:05pm Psychspaniolos:

Hello Tony and all
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:06pm Tony Coulter:

Greetings, Psychspaniolos!
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:06pm Sem:

Good link, TC. On the whole, a round-up of design tropes that made the late Sixties eye and mind opening. Thanks.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:10pm Tony Coulter:

Very late '60s/'70s -- and also très Euro.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:14pm Yvang:

Helloxus everybodyxus!
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:14pm Tony Coulter:

High Soxus, Yvang!
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:15pm Tony Coulter:

@ Yvang: Is Plexus well known in France?
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:16pm Ike:

Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:16pm Tony Coulter:

Pee! (and ... hiya!)
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:19pm Tony Coulter:

The soprano here is Elisabeth A.-M. Sykora
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:21pm Yvang:

@Tony: I don't think so. "Planète", another review from the same era was more famous in the same mind-freeing oriented spirit.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:22pm listener james from westwood:

I'm 800 pages into editing a book about The Sopranos, so I can't see that word without thinking of various Jersey guys who talk with their hands.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:23pm listener james from westwood:

(Signed, a Jersey guy who talks with his hands.)
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:23pm Tony Coulter:

Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:24pm Tony Coulter:

As far as I know, Elisabeth A.-M. Sykora has never broken anyone's kneecaps.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:26pm Tony Coulter:

By the way, I talk with my feet.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:35pm Rich in Washington:

Brother Theodore says we hear with our left hind leg.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:36pm northguineahills:

I don't know why, but I dig 'modern' overly affected 'avant classical pieces like the Kaufmann piece.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:37pm Tony Coulter:

Ah, the great Brother Theodore. I managed to catch his act live two times -- unfortunately his jokes, routines, and patter were *exactly* the same both times. A common problem with comedians, I guess.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:37pm Tony Coulter:

Hey, hey, NGH!
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:39pm Webhamster Henry:

It was good to catch Brother Theodore on the Joe Frank show, RIP both of them.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:40pm listener james from westwood:

@Tony: Sadly, George Carlin was like that late in life. Little new stuff, and what there was, was shrill.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:41pm listener james from westwood:

(Henry Rollins, by contrast, had new stuff in subsequent tours. I get the feeling he just picks stories up and narrativizes them easier.)
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:44pm Tony Coulter:

Heya, Webhamster! For a moment I thought you were saying you saw Brother Theodore on the Joe Franklin show -- that would have been something! (Or maybe he *was* on the Joe Franklin show?!?)
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:47pm northguineahills:

I first discovered Heiner Goebbels via a thrift store find in the 90s (actually, I discovered a lot that way)
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:48pm Tony Coulter:

Talking of thrift store (and dollar bin) finds, there will be basement records segment today -- sometime in the second hour.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:52pm northguineahills:

Davis Redford, new to me! (and very Fripptronicky!
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 12:55pm Tony Coulter:

There's no Davis Redford in the band -- à la Jethro Tull. Steven Wray Lobdell (of late-period Faust fame) is the guitarist.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:01pm Tony Coulter:

John Greaves, as hopefully first-graders are taught in school these days, was in Henry Cow.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:01pm northguineahills:

Florie Namir, also new to me!
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:02pm Tony Coulter:

@ NGH: Interestingly, Florie Namir is also a singer/songwriter -- haven't heard that stuff, though.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:02pm Webhamster Henry:

@Tony I figure everyone went on the Joe Franklin show. Joe Frank vs. Joe Franklin smackdown!
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:04pm northguineahills:

Segue apropos of nothing, I was just listening to Henry Cowell in the car.
  Tue. 6/5/18 1:11pm Mark Williams:

hi Tony and all. This Boeswillwald piece is new to me and wonderful all at once.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:12pm Tony Coulter:

Hey, Mark!
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:16pm northguineahills:

Pierre Boeswillwald, also new to me as well.... (reminds me of luc ferrari)
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:17pm Tony Coulter:

It's interesting to think how much great electronic/electroacoustic music was produced in the '60s and '70s without ever being released commercially in any form. Even though this Boeswillwald piece is from '74, I don't think it was released until 2005.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:18pm Tony Coulter:

My point being: there are probably *many* great unreleased electronic pieces stored on reel-to-reel tape, moldering away.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:19pm Yvang:

@northguineahills: they're both from Pierre Schaeffer's school...
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:19pm Tony Coulter:

@ Yvang: Definitely!
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:21pm Tony Coulter:

Of course, maybe this particular piece was released previously, or used in a soundtrack -- I didn't really check beyond discogs.
  Tue. 6/5/18 1:24pm H. Cow Reunion:

A Lindsay Cooper Songbook minus F.Frith June 16 Cafe Oto London
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:26pm Tony Coulter:

Hello, HCR! Cafe Oto seems like the place to be.
  Tue. 6/5/18 1:29pm H. C. R.:

Capacity only 150!
  Tue. 6/5/18 1:29pm Mark Williams:

don't they stream their shows at Cafe Oto? I saw a Charles Hayward performance that way some months back.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:31pm Tony Coulter:

I'm going to get all proggy on you now, whether you're ready for it or not.
  Tue. 6/5/18 1:34pm H. C. R.:

Best to check You Tube.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:35pm northguineahills:

Tony, going proggy???, never!!!!!
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:36pm Tony Coulter:

Suddenly Yes turns into Soft Machine.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:36pm listener james from westwood:

Enjoying this Banzai!
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:37pm Tony Coulter:

The Banzai boys are Belgian.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:49pm Tony Coulter:

Dean must not be listening today, because I'm pretty sure that Nektar track would have made him pop up.
  Tue. 6/5/18 1:50pm Dean:

You are absolutely correct, Tony. But I've been immersed in legal research while listening. Thank you!
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:52pm Tony Coulter:

If the accuplaylist autofill function is to be trusted, no one has ever played Mr. Flood's Party on FMU before -- which seems odd.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:53pm Tony Coulter:

Or in the last 25 years, anyhow.
  Tue. 6/5/18 1:53pm Dean:

Not so "accu": http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/19907 at 1:45:58. There are a handful of others, too. Search "mr flood's party" site:wfmu.org.
  Tue. 6/5/18 1:54pm Dean:

Looks like you're the only one to include the period on Mr.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:56pm Tony Coulter:

Aha -- thanks, Dean. Now the universe makes sense again!
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:58pm Sem:

What perspicacious listeners you have, Tony.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 1:59pm Tony Coulter:

Yes -- plus, they do my work for me.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:02pm Tony Coulter:

Does every U.S. region, state, and city have a band named after it? Seems like it.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:02pm Stanley:

Why-aye Tony man
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:02pm Tony Coulter:

High Ho, Stanley-O!
  Tue. 6/5/18 2:04pm Dean:

Gotta be a band called Panhandle. But Midwest?
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:04pm Sem:

New Scotland sends greetings, Stanley.
  Tue. 6/5/18 2:04pm Psychspaniolos:

Let me add this for Matthew & Peter www.matthewwildermusic.com...
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:05pm Stanley:

Why-aye bonnie lad Sem
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:05pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, Psychspaniolos! Will read post-show.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:05pm Tony Coulter:

@ Dean: www.discogs.com...

Plus, there's at least one more.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:06pm northguineahills:

See what happens when England rebrands itself very creatively.
  Tue. 6/5/18 2:07pm Dean:

Midwest...from Italy! Panhandle, it turns out, featured some prominent dudes: https://www.discogs.com/Panhandle-Panhandle/release/4496393
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:08pm Tony Coulter:

This Midwest is from the U.S., so definitely counts: www.discogs.com...
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:08pm Tony Coulter:

Smoke on the Lizard
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:10pm Tony Coulter:

For what it's worth, all of today's basement records so far cost me a buck or less.
  Tue. 6/5/18 2:10pm Dean:

Bob Brainen might be interested in that domestic Midwest, if only because the leader, Danny Holien, has an album with a die-cut cover, one of Brainen's mild obsessions.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:11pm Tony Coulter:

Plus, that Danny Holien album on Tumbleweed does have one really good song I've played in the past.
  Tue. 6/5/18 2:11pm Dean:

I think I got the New England album for free to review for the college newspaper. I've since unloaded it.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:15pm Tony Coulter:

I've unloaded it, and bought it again. Such is the life of a record obsessive.
  Tue. 6/5/18 2:16pm Dean:

Yep. I suspect if I found it for a buck in decent shape I'd buy it again. Somehow, I kept all the Pilot. No accounting for priorities.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:20pm Tony Coulter:

I distinctly remember where I found this Looker LP: in a Seattle Salvation Army. They were from the Seattle area. The record was sealed.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:21pm Tony Coulter:

(and it was like 10 cents or something.)
  Tue. 6/5/18 2:23pm Psychspaniolos:

:) www.popsike.com...
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:24pm Tony Coulter:

Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:28pm Tony Coulter:

Meanwhile, a Greek discogs seller is trying to sell this A. Mann LP for $600: www.discogs.com...
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:28pm northguineahills:

I'm assuming this isn't Aimee Mann
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:28pm Tony Coulter:

Alan Mann
  Tue. 6/5/18 2:30pm Psychspaniolos:

Say to him a big thanks www.youtube.com...
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:35pm TDK60:

Hello, usually not able to be here but today, yes.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:36pm Tony Coulter:

Hola, TDK60!
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:42pm Rich in Washington:

this is pretty dang metal for 1969. Far out, man.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:44pm Tony Coulter:

The violinist is Simon House, who was in Hawkwind and the Third Ear Band.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:45pm Tony Coulter:

And the vocalist/lead guitarist is Tony Hill, who was in The Misunderstood.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:45pm Rich in Washington:

I remember this period from my youth were some people thought that the term 'acid rock' referred to hard rock, but not necessarily psychedelic rock.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:47pm Tony Coulter:

Kinda remember what you mean. Iron Butterfly was acid rock, but not, say, Strawberry Alarm Clock. It had to be "heavy" to be acid rock.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:49pm northguineahills:

Dug that High Tide
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:49pm Tony Coulter:

Yep -- both of their original albums are great.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:50pm Tony Coulter:

(There are lots of odds and sods collections.)
  Tue. 6/5/18 2:53pm Am/Fm:

Hard Rock was played on the radio/acid & pysch not so much.
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:56pm listener james from westwood:

Happy to have been here today, Tony!
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:57pm Yvang:

Thanks for another great show, Tony!
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:57pm Sem:

Thanks, Tony, copy editing has been a joy this PM w/ your soundtrack in my ears. See you and all, with some luck, next time. Bye!
  Tue. 6/5/18 2:57pm Psychspaniolos:

A big thanks Tony ...bye
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:58pm northguineahills:

Thanks Tony!
Avatar Tue. 6/5/18 2:58pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks for showing up, everybody! Hope to see you next week!!
Post a comment!
Email address
(optional, not public):
Your comment: (No HTML, please)

<-- Previous playlist | Back to Tony Coulter playlists | Next playlist -->

RSS feeds for Tony Coulter's show: RSSPlaylists feed | RSSMP3 archives feed

| E-mail Tony Coulter | Other WFMU Playlists | All artists played by Tony Coulter |

Listen on the Internet  |  Contact Us  |  Music & Programs  |  WFMU Home Page  |  Support Us  |  FAQ

Live Audio Streams: Pop-up  |  128k AAC  |  128k MP3  |  32k MP3  |  32k Windows

(C) 2019 WFMU. Generated by KenzoDB, (C) 2000-2019 Ken Garson