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Wrap up your weekend with an excursion through the flowery underbelly of the 60s and 70s where the roots are deep, the weeds are plentiful and the grass is high. Sunday will never be the same.

Sunday 10pm - Midnight (EDT) | On WFMU's Sheena's Jungle Room
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Favoriting December 18, 2022: Timekeeper

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Sue Murray, 1967
Sue Murray, 1967
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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Images Approx. start time
Delia Derbyshire  Doctor Who (Opening Title Theme, 1970)   Favoriting           0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Speed, Glue & Shinki  Keep It Cool   Favoriting Eve  Atlantic  1971   
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Fuzzy Duck  More Than I Am   Favoriting Fuzzy Duck  MAM  1971   
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Elton John  One Time, Some Time or Never (band demo)   Favoriting Jewel Box  Rocket Entertainment  2020  from 1968-1971 
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The Rolling Stones  Happy   Favoriting Exile On Main St.  Rolling Stones Records  1972   
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Oliver  The Arrangement   Favoriting Good Morning Starshine  Crewe  1969   
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The Scarlet Letter  Timekeeper   Favoriting All Kinds Of Highs - A Mainstream Pop Psych Compendium 1966-70  Big Beat Records  2012  b-side from 1969 
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Diana Ross  Come Together   Favoriting Everything Is Everything  Motown  1970   
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Music behind DJ:
New World Electronic Chamber Ensemble 

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Li De La Russe (Delia Derbyshire)  The Pattern Emerges   Favoriting Electrosonic  KPM Music  1972   
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Ilous & Decuyper  Bercause   Favoriting Ilous & Decuyper  Flamophone  1972   
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Abstract Truth  Silver Trees   Favoriting Silver Trees  Parolophone  1970   
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Rare Bird  God Of War   Favoriting Rare Bird  Charisma  1969   
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The Third Rail  From A Parachute   Favoriting Id Music  Epic  1967   
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Barbara Mauritz/Lamb  Live To Your Heart   Favoriting Bring Out The Sun  Warner Bros. Records  1971   
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Bert Jansch  Bird Song   Favoriting Rosemary Lane  Reprise Records  1971   
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The Liverpool Scene  Love Story   Favoriting Amazing Adventures of  RCA Victor  1968   
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Blind Faith  I Can't Find My Way Home (Electric Version)   Favoriting Blind Faith (reissue)  Polydor  2001   
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Made In Germany  Made In Germany   Favoriting Made In Germany  Metronome  1971   
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Music behind DJ:
Christopher Scott 

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Donovan  Sleep   Favoriting Cosmic Wheels  Epic  1973   
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Nico  Julius Caesar (Memento Hodie)   Favoriting The Marble Index  Elektra  1968   
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The Rainbow Band  Now Is The Time   Favoriting The Rainbow Band  Elektra  1971   
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Jethro Tull  We Used To Know   Favoriting Stand Up (The Elevated Edition)  Chrysalis  2016   
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Tracy  Strange Love   Favoriting Dream Babes Vol. 2: Reflections  RPM Records  2001  b-side from 1971 original version in the film Lust For A Vampire 
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Howdy Moon  I'm Alone   Favoriting Howdy Moon  A&M Records  1974  featuring Valerie Carter 
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Music behind DJ:
The Electric Concept Orchestra 

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Listener comments!

  10:02pm
Androu B.:

H, Julie & Far Out Fruit!
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Julie:

hiya Androu!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Read about 'Speed, Glue & Shinki' on Julian Cope's HeadHeritage site ...told somebody about ...& they were sure with that name he made it up like some kinda LesterBangs goof - & almost convinced me...
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Julie:

hiya Rev!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...but !
They were wrong.
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MHLee:

hi folks, trying to find songs about new years - aging
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Julie:

hiya MHLee!
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MHLee:

This is remarkably steppenwolf
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Julie:

MHLEE -- Landslide?
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Julie:

it is kinda! yeah
  10:10pm
Dean:

A classic song about aging: "Middle Age Blues Boogie," The Uppity Blues Women.
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Julie:

hiya Dean
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MHLee:

landslide would work but trying to stay in confines of merrily we roll along, i'm got 31 minutes... looking for jokes etc to make it work out
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Scott67:

G'day Julie & Banapples!๐ŸŒ๐Ÿ
๐ŸŒโ˜€๏ธ๐Ÿป๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿค™๐Ÿ’จ๐Ÿบ๐ŸŒป๐Ÿฆœ
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Julie:

hiya Scott!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Keef
โฆฟSun in โ™๏ธŽSagittarius
Year of Water ๐ŸSheep ~ Goat ~ Ram
b. 18th December, 1943
Avatar 10:17pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& Bobby Keys, exact same day.
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MHLee:

this is kinda wild
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Julie:

that was one of his own compositions
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Julie:

this is very disco for 1970!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Yeah ahead of the curve.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Yup. 79.
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MHLee:

This is wild and very eerie
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Discotech Underground:

Hey Julie! Just checking out the show tonight while I put my fill in for Global Grease together for tomorrow! The Abstract Truth is a favorite of mine!
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Julie:

hiya Kip! good stuff isn't it!
  10:45pm
Scobot:

Well, hiya Julie!
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Julie:

hiya scobot!
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21:

Hiya Julie
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Discotech Underground:

Another winner with Rare Bird!
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Julie:

hi 21!
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MHLee:

Now that's an album cover
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MHLee:

I've actually heard of rare bird. We were searching for an unidentified track that we had a full recording of... turned out to Richard Torrance's Traveling Minstrel but the first few seconds of the song faded out of a rare bird track
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Very interesting sample of 1969 isn't this.
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MHLee:

This is a bit like harper's bizarre one acid
  10:56pm
Androu B.:

Would this Rare Bird happen to have any Genesis connections? Because I'm sensing a siimilar sensibility to early Genesis.
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MHLee:

I associate this side of psychedelic music more with the UK
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& ditto for '67.
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Discotech Underground:

Androu-At first Rare Bird was channeling the Soft Machine/Egg formula of a group with keyboard, bass and drums but no guitar. They added a guitarist on subsequent albums, though.
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Julie:

@Androu the same guy produced Trespass..that's the only connection I can see. John Anthony
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Ken From Hyde Park:

Hi, Julie and nanners.
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Discotech Underground:

The Barbara Mauritz was nice.
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Julie:

hiya Ken!
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MHLee:

Airy vocal reminiscent of Donovan. I need to listen to more Jansch
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MHLee:

Know they traded songs
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Julie:

Both from Glasgow!
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MHLee:

Donovan used to follow my high school twitter, but I purged it and remade it...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Davey Graham was the Acoustic Folk Guitar Virtuoso Pioneer source - & then Bert Jansch the next link in transmitting it to absolutely everyone. Also a 3rdNov baby like me. :)
  11:05pm
Androu B.:

@Julie & DU - Thanks for the prog history lesson! (Um, they are considered prog, are they not?)
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MHLee:

While we're speaking about Scottish, I've always lamented no one has made an album as a concept album about Thomas the Rhymer... the story is he was the best bard and song good the elfqueen took him to the otherworld
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Julie:

he follows me too but he never responds anymore
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MHLee:

Yeah he definitely let someone else manage it at some point
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MHLee:

I'd love to see him yet.
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MHLee:

This is a strange accent for a folky piece like this.
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MHLee:

I mean, I've listened to the Watersons but this strange.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Group of Poets who performed & made records ...most famously one about Batman :D
...which is why it's good to hear this one instead...
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MHLee:

That was quite an opening guitar
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MHLee:

Thanks RevRab for the context
  11:17pm
Robm:

Sweet version of this blind faith song
Hi everyone
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Still all in for Clapton @ this stage ...& Ginger for that matter.
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Julie:

hiya Robm!
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Julie:

loving the organ
  11:19pm
Robm:

Hey julie me too with the organ
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Yeah & Winwood. Who shoulda joined Hendrix. :D
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Trifecta. Even twice on the album cover.
  11:27pm
Scobot:

Comment about Nick Drake was heartbreaking.
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MHLee:

I have a whole file on the bubblegum mess with Buddah records
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MHLee:

Some small blog in the early 2000s got all sorts of bubblegum folks contacting them about the Karsenatz-Katz mismanagement and I figured I had to save that
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Julie:

@Scobot it was just a theory someone had, also not performing didn't help.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Oh the NickDrake story is all about heartbreaking.
  11:32pm
Scobot:

Julie, still itโ€™s believable. What an aching loss.
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Julie:

yes it is
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Geez. This Nico just doesn't sound 1968 @ all. It could be now.
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MHLee:

To be honest, my most unpopular of music this era is I don't really like Pink Moon. It's not even my favorite Nick Drake album.
  11:36pm
Scobot:

It seems that Nico has more recordings than Petula Clark and Reba McEntire combined.
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MHLee:

John Cale produced I think @RevRab
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MHLee:

I think this is my favorite nico album
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Julie:

She really doesn't just a handful of records... 5 or 6
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MHLee:

other than the Ayers, Nico, Eno album
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

It's like Diamanda Galas (a little) with Phillip Glass & it's not even the 1970s yet. Truly remarkable.
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MHLee:

And this sounds like Blackstar
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Julie:

I keep trying to find more Nico like artists but come up fairly empty.. .Catherine Ribeiro MAYBE annette peacock MAYBE
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MHLee:

the last throbbing gristle projecy was a cover of desertshore in it's entirety
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MHLee:

this is so good
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Julie:

there are a ton of bands called blackstar..which one?
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MHLee:

The Bowie song
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Julie:

ohhhhh ha!
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Julie:

hadn't thought of that... do love that song though
  11:49pm
Scobot:

JT! So underrated.
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MHLee:

Though if we are pushing bands name Blackstar my favorite is MOURNING [A] BLKSTAR (neo-soul, poetry, hiphop influence)
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MHLee:

Jethro Tull is so heavy. As a young man the since of loss and seriousness from Ian Anderson is gripping
  11:52pm
Scobot:

This is a splendid diversion!
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MHLee:

*sense
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MHLee:

Thanks Julie, episode gets a clicky star from me
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

~ TY Always DJ Julie ~
  12:00am
Androu B.:

I was hoping you'd end the show with something from Nina Simone's 1967 album that had Angelo Badale (aka Angelo Badalementi) on piano, but I guess that's now a foregone conclusion. (And besides, others on the mothership station have been playing the hell out of it anyway).

Thanks, Julie! Happy Holidays!
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Scott67:

Thanks Julie!๐Ÿป๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿค™๐Ÿ’จ๐ŸŒป๐Ÿฆœ
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