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Albert Ayler Quintet  Truth Is Marching In + Our Prayer   Favoriting At Slugs' Saloon 1966 Revisited  ezz-thetics/Hat Hut  2022  CD      0:00:00 (Pop-up)
 
Television  Little Johnny Jewel   Favoriting Live in Portland 1978  self-released  1978  Cassette  RIP Tom Verlaine    0:29:38 (Pop-up)
Television  Breakin' In My Heart   Favoriting Kingdom Come  Doom & Gloom  2022  MP3  fanmade collection    0:41:51 (Pop-up)
Television  Prove It   Favoriting Summer 1975  self-released  1975  Cassette      0:53:17 (Pop-up)
 
Brainiac  Kiss Of The Dog + The Game + Didn't Feel + Pyramid Theme   Favoriting The Predator Nominate EP  Touch And Go  2023  12"  '90s material  *   1:04:18 (Pop-up)
Italia 90  Magdalene   Favoriting Living Human Treasure  Brace Yourself  2023  LP    *   1:10:26 (Pop-up)
Black Button  Born Unable + Great Closing Sleep   Favoriting Rejoice  self-released  2023  Cassette    *   1:14:08 (Pop-up)
Girls In Synthesis  It's All Beginning To Change + Cottage Industry   Favoriting The Rest Is Distraction  Own It  2022  CD    *   1:18:05 (Pop-up)
The Drin  Five And Dime Conjurers + Eyes Only For Space   Favoriting Today My Friend You Drunk The Venom  Feel It  2023  LP    *   1:26:02 (Pop-up)
 
Gut Health  Lethargic + Barbarella   Favoriting Electric Party Chrome Girl EP  Marthouse  2022  7"    *   1:39:25 (Pop-up)
Hot Chicks  Ariel   Favoriting Legalize It  Flennen/Urticaria  2022  Cassette    *   1:43:47 (Pop-up)
Imperial Leather  Lewis Lee   Favoriting S/T EP  Rack Off  2022  7"    *   1:46:22 (Pop-up)
The Revelons  The Way You (Touch My Hand)   Favoriting 1977-1982  HoZac  2022  LP  collection  *   1:48:52 (Pop-up)
Strange Attractor  Nature Man + Good Boy Bad Boy   Favoriting Good Boy Bad Boy  Celluloid Lunch  2023  LP    *   1:52:17 (Pop-up)
The Stools  Fascist Cupid   Favoriting Watch It Die  Drunken Sailor  2022  LP  split w/ Toeheads  *   1:54:36 (Pop-up)
Toeheads  Painkiller   Favoriting Watch It Die  Drunken Sailor  2022  LP  split w/ The Stools  *   1:55:47 (Pop-up)
Rotary Club  American Tower   Favoriting 7"  Iron Lung  2023  7"    *   1:57:14 (Pop-up)
Gaffer  Stop   Favoriting Dead End Beat  Helta Skelta  2023  LP    *   1:58:55 (Pop-up)
 
Equipment Pointed Ankh  Rubber Stacks + From Inside the House   Favoriting From Inside the House  Bruit Direct Disques  2023  LP    *   2:07:26 (Pop-up)
Organs Obsolete  The Breath Before   Favoriting Sympathetic Ear 1  Bandcamp  2022  MP3    *   2:17:29 (Pop-up)
Tachycardie  Parties sud puis nord   Favoriting Autonomie Minérale  Un Je-Ne-Sais-Quoi  2023  LP    *   2:21:44 (Pop-up)
Aaron Dilloway & A.M.U.R.T.A.R.I.T.I.  Cut 14   Favoriting One Night At Flux Box  Hanson  2023  MP3  benefit release  *   2:28:46 (Pop-up)
Organs Obsolete  A Shred   Favoriting Sympathetic Ear 2  Bandcamp  2022  MP3    *   2:34:55 (Pop-up)
 
Werner Durand  Settling The Score With E.P.   Favoriting Elvis  Penultimate Press  2023  MP3  benefit compilation  *   2:46:03 (Pop-up)
King Ink  Adam And Evil   Favoriting Elvis  Penultimate Press  2023  MP3    *   2:48:31 (Pop-up)
CIA Debutante  I Wassaling Around   Favoriting Elvis  Penultimate Press  2023  MP3    *   2:52:45 (Pop-up)
Tim Goss  Goosing The King   Favoriting Elvis  Penultimate Press  2023  MP3    *   2:56:36 (Pop-up)
T.V.S.T.  Aweful Staedele   Favoriting Elvis  Penultimate Press  2023  MP3    *   2:58:48 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:03pm
ultradamno:

CC! Blastards!
  3:03pm
ami ad:

Hello DJ. Hello all.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:03pm
prof.fuzz:

blast off!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:04pm
Barney Grubbs:

I thought that's who it was but now I know that shazam knows who Albert Ayler is too. weird ghosts in machines stuff.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:05pm
Crosby in KC:

Hello, Creamo! Love walking into Ayler's funhouse!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:05pm
Handy Haversack:

Creamo! Blasters!
Avatar 3:06pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Song: "Truth Is Marching In + Our Prayer" by "Albert Ayl...
Ayler an early fave of Mr. Tom Verlaine.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:06pm
Crosby in KC:

or madhouse, depending on your perspective, I suppose.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:07pm
Threemoons 🌛🌕🌜:

CREAMO! BLASTARDS! Creamo, pleasure meeting you at the Creek & Kills show!
  3:07pm
lou in CHI:

Greetings CC and blasteria
Avatar 3:07pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Barney Grubbs @3:04
"Coltrane was The Father, Pharoah was The Son, and I was...The Holy Ghost."
- Ayler
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:08pm
ultradamno:

I believe Lisa Loring and Cindy Williams were more Sun Ra fans
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:08pm
Ken From Hyde Park:

Hi, Creamo and spinsters!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:09pm
Threemoons 🌛🌕🌜:

↳ Threemoons 🌛🌕🌜 @3:07
4-season Black Leather Jackets for Life!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:09pm
ultradamno:

I love that Twilight Zone episode
Avatar 3:11pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ ultradamno @3:08
...Wednesday ...kind of a Mingus head back then ? Hm...
Shirley was straight up Miles & no nonsense I reckon...
  3:11pm
Marie:

Hey Creamo, hey everybody! I associate some of these horn sounds with depictions of royal processions in the movies
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:11pm
Listener Jonny in South Central... (Ohio):

hi all!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:12pm
Barney Grubbs:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @3:07
such an amazing and bombastic (and likely correct) quote
Avatar 3:12pm
Creamo Coyl:

Hey y'all

Thx fer lisisisnssssnenei2 o2`
Avatar 3:13pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Barney Grubbs @3:12
...well - they call it Spiritual Jazz these days I have heard...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:15pm
ultradamno:

That's why the bebop guys were calling for exorcists
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:17pm
rsj:

this is great, reminds me of this installation peice; More Sweetly Play The Dance - William Kentridge
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:17pm
Crosby in KC:

↳ ultradamno @3:08
Oh, hell! I just saw that Lisa Loring died
Avatar 3:21pm
TDK60:

Hi, DJ Creamo C.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:23pm
ultradamno:

Yep, stroke got her...twitter.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:25pm
Andrew Waterloo:

ezz-thetics.bandcamp.com
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:25pm
TomDash:

...I was wondering if this was gonna lead to a Tom Verlaine tribute - first thing that came to mind!
Avatar 3:29pm
TDK60:

I didn't like Marquee Moon at first. A roommate had the LP. It took me a while to come around.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:29pm
Karl Ward:

This is going to be awesome
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:30pm
TomDash:

love that memory CC...I had a similar feeling with Wire's 154 after first hearing Pink Flag - took me forever to get it...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:30pm
ultradamno:

MM I liked right off, but the anecdote sounds like my experiences with Can (first hearing Future Days) and Roxy (first hearing Siren)
  3:31pm
morphe':

TV Redux = sent before but worthwhile:
Tom Verlaine
TV
Television
TV
???

below
In depth obit worth reading...
https://www.theguardian.com/music/2023/jan/29/tom-verlaine-obituary


https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2023/jan/28/tom-verlaine-a-life-in-pictures
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:31pm
nathan:

funny, I think Marquee Moon and Pink Flag were my high school gateway into "weird" music. Neither really fit my idea of what "punk" should be, but they were odd and hypnotic and really hooked me
  3:31pm
Marie:

the guitar here really is so great
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:32pm
TomDash:

↳ Marie @3:31
yeah - amazing version and it just started!!!
  3:32pm
Marie:

↳ TomDash @3:32
yeah, right!
  3:35pm
JetBoy of Astoria:

Hi all! Amazing version of little Johnny jewel.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:36pm
Andrew Waterloo:

Television is one of those bands everybody knows where they need to be but they're not worried if everybody in audience does.
  3:36pm
Andrew Klimeyk:

Excellent version:
"I want my little winghead"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:36pm
Karl Ward:

"Little Johnny Jewel" is to Television as "The Ballad of Johnny Burma" is to Mission of Burma
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:36pm
ultradamno:

↳ nathan @3:31
Pink Flag seemed more like a punk record at the time, of course I first heard them on that Roxy comp...context. Ubu was what really paved the way for weirdness for me above all others.
Avatar 3:36pm
Creamo Coyl:

Consider this a clinic in how to strangle a guitar, artfully.
Avatar 3:36pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Patti Smith writes of window shopping with him for Gittars they couldn't afford. It drives one mad but so goes the World.
  3:37pm
Marie:

↳ Creamo Coyl @3:36
well said
Avatar 3:38pm
Creamo Coyl:

Karl, I would consider the entire 'Forget' release MOB's version. That stuff is so fucking good and still somewhat underappreciated.
Find me a heavier song than "Eyes Of Men." Fucking hell, "Forget," what a tune! Anyway, back to the TV.....
Avatar 3:38pm
TDK60:

↳ TDK60 @3:29
I like the playing on Moon I just thought the sound was too trebly or thin. Soon after, it helped to hear a bootleg of Days on The Mountain.
  3:38pm
Andrew Klimeyk:

"Little Johnny Jewel" was one of the songs that Scarcity Of Tanks did in our first practice with Wascovich, Flynn, Pickering, and Klimeyk...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:39pm
Karl Ward:

I loved Tom Verlaine's quote about how he played Jazzmasters because they were so cheap, until Elvis Costello posed with them in too many pictures
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:39pm
Alvy Singer:

Saw Television and Patti Smith at Roseland Ballroom in 2004.
Avatar 3:39pm
Creamo Coyl:

^I'd like to hear that!

I never stopped listening to Maruee Moon and then when I was probably 18, I was like "This rules."
Guess I had to be of legal age.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:40pm
TomDash:

jesus, this version!
  3:40pm
Marie:

I'm glued to my seat--want to take a walk but waiting
Avatar 3:40pm
Creamo Coyl:

Saw TV in 2001 in LA, OG line-up. Killer. "MM" was def on some other shit, beautiful stuff.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:40pm
joe mulligan:

↳ TomDash @3:40
hell yeah
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:40pm
Karl Ward:

Here it is: “They’re really problematic tuning-wise, but they were the cheapest guitars in the 70s, so I’m used to them! They were $95 because no one wanted them,” he said in the 1980s. He only got his first Jazzmaster when he moved from Delaware to New York, and lived through the supposed ‘surf guitar’s newfound popularity that he part-started. “Now they’re up to $400, probably because Elvis Costello had his picture taken with ’em so many times.” guitar.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:41pm
terminalhipness:

YES!
  3:41pm
Marie:

I have a friend who is a guitarist and he loves some of the Sears Roebuck guitars
Avatar 3:42pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Karl Ward @3:39
Was just wondering if the whole Alt obsession with Fenders That Are Not Strats might have started *right here*.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:43pm
common:

rock
  3:43pm
Andrew Klimeyk:

I didn't see their gigs with Rocket from the Tombs (too young), but did see them open for Peter Gabriel...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:44pm
ultradamno:

I assume the same thing happened to Mustangs once Norah Jones started using them
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:46pm
Listener Jonny in South Central... (Ohio):

↳ Song: "Breakin' In My Heart" by "Television"
I love this so much. Indeed, sweet, bitter, loving, heartbreaking.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:46pm
Listener Jonny in South Central... (Ohio):

↳ ultradamno @3:44
Snorah Jones
Avatar 3:47pm
DouglasInDallas:

When the Warhol Museum brought Television to Carnegie Music Hall there was no Facebook Event page so I made one myself to invite my friends to make the pilgrimage to Pittsburght. For some reason it became the de facto event page and ultimately Facebook sent me a warning that I can't invite over 750 people to a place I don't administer?! And I was, like, Facebook is letting people invite 750 people to strangers' places already? LOL
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:48pm
Andrew Waterloo:

I've always felt Strats were just to damned clean and proper
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:48pm
TomDash:

↳ Andrew Klimeyk @3:43
Dereck Higgins recalled online seeing them for first time on the Peter Gabriel tour too...he said Tom and Richard held their own compared to Fripp...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:48pm
ultradamno:

See, that's how I feel about Telecasters, I like a nice strat...
Avatar 3:50pm
Creamo Coyl:

Strats and Teles are nice and all but y'know what's better?
A P-bass.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:50pm
ultradamno:

(I mean, once Hendrix gets you upside down, how proper can you be?)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:51pm
Andrew Waterloo:

Dick Dale left hand but strung upside down
Avatar 3:52pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Andrew Waterloo @3:48
Strats have the three pickups - & then the inbetween settings everybody did so they made it standard. That is - they are versatile. Which is surely why a Hendrix adored them. With Fender Strats & Teles - there is the thing of too much Treble especially with - the Treble pickup. Tho that let's you pierce. I worship Strats but one tries to not to sound like a Surf Gittarist with too small an amp all the time.
LesPauls have a rich beautiful one ...but kinda just the one.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:52pm
Karl Ward:

↳ Song: "Breakin' In My Heart" by "Television"
Apparently I'm all Television quotes today, but this bootleg reminds me of the Richard Lloyd quote that when he and Verlaine played together they were one guitar
Avatar 3:52pm
Niall:

↳ Song: "Breakin' In My Heart" by "Television"
Am I alone on hearing the Elton John’s “Philadelphia Freedom” in this?
  3:52pm
Andrew Klimeyk:

Peter Laughner also championed DuoSonics.
I bought my 1964 Jazzmaster in 1978. They were pretty available then; Peter I think had one, and Tim Wright had one and Marianne did too...
Avatar 3:53pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ ultradamno @3:50
Upside-down means the strings are aligned differently with the pickups, dif string tension & a mess of things. Then Jimi would rewind his pickups by hand - no more an Off The Shelf player than a dresser, one might say.
Avatar 3:53pm
Niall:

Not that either pinched from the other; I just can’t get the Elton song out of my head, now.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:54pm
doctorjazz:

Great set! So sad...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:55pm
ultradamno:

More people should be playing sparkly Gretsch's anyway
  3:57pm
Andrew Klimeyk:

Richard Williams on recording Television's demo with Brian Eno: https://thebluemoment.com/2013/04/05/double-exposure/
Avatar 3:58pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Jimi & DickDale both LeftHanded but kind of opposite each other: Jimi played an upsidedown Righty strung for a Lefty, Dale a Lefty with the strings actually upsidedown. Dale also of course used real thick strings & played with that real fast hard picking style.
Avatar 3:58pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

Hi everyone.
I once flew to London to catch these guys live at the Roundhouse. After the dirt cheap plane tickets and not so cheap gig ticket I was on a travel budget of £7 cash and some euros on my bank account, no travel insurance, no place to sleep except the cold airport floor. But it just was worth it, I mean it was TELEVISION after all, even if Richard Lloyd was not there anymore. Loved the gig, the second of three I saw.
  3:59pm
Barefoot Jimmy G:

A "sudden ending" indeed.
Avatar 4:00pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Andrew Klimeyk @3:57
Thx
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:00pm
ultradamno:

I wanted to post the solo music video he did that was MTV all the time years ago (Five Miles Of You, I think), but doesn't seem to be online anywhere.
  4:01pm
Andrew Klimeyk:

Sorry, you didn't see the original line-up if Richard Hell wasn't playing...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:01pm
doctorjazz:

I also saw Television, back in the day, original line up (1980s, around Marquee Moon), and just before the pandemic the newer line up at the Solid Sounds Festival, another great show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:03pm
Karl Ward:

Brainiac article: www.nytimes.com...
Avatar 4:04pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

Television had a lot of great new/unreleased tunes in their live set around 2002 to 2006, unfortunately I think it is very unlikely for them to be properly released (the 2007 session Television did with Jimmy Rip may have been left incomplete...)
Avatar 4:04pm
Creamo Coyl:

@Andrew
True!
Avatar 4:05pm
Creamo Coyl:

I think Jimmy Rip was the guy who stepped in for Lloyd at that Central Park show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:05pm
Jeff Golick:

Thanks for playing this. Only recently came to know Brainiac via the documentary on them. (Which is on Tubi, I think?)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:05pm
ultradamno:

↳ ultradamno @4:00
Anyway, I posted this live Foxhole on BBC instead twitter.com...
Avatar 4:05pm
Niall:

Always delighted to hear Brainiac.
Avatar 4:06pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

↳ Creamo Coyl @4:05
and stayed in the lineup after that.
Avatar 4:07pm
DouglasInDallas:

Wow hadn't thought of Brainiac in a bit. Booked several of their shows and others on Grass Records back in the day.... Great shows and guys...
Avatar 4:07pm
Niall:

↳ Karl Ward @4:03
Guardian too, it seems!


www.theguardian.com...
Avatar 4:08pm
Creamo Coyl:

@Douglas
Mousetrap(?)!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:08pm
Karl Ward:

↳ Photocopy Cha Cha 2000 @4:06
Jimmy Rip was in the lineup when I saw them in 2018. Phenomenal guitarist. Of course I wanted to see Lloyd but Rip was fantastic.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:08pm
Handy Haversack:

OK, I was on a call with an old friend, but the Television was appreciated throughout!

And some Brainiac!
Avatar 4:09pm
John L:

Re: Television Central Park show. Verlaine said that their "regular guitarist" was in the hospital.I've heard a few Richard Lloyd stories from friends who knew him, and not all were flattering. The Central park show was still great without him, though Summerstage had a strict curfew and someone kept signaling for the band to cut Marquee Moon short; they ignored him and finished it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:09pm
doctorjazz:

↳ Creamo Coyl @4:05
I thick he was in the Solid Sounds version I saw as well.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:10pm
northguineahills:

yeah, it's been almost two decades since i gave brainiac a proper listen....
Avatar 4:10pm
Creamo Coyl:

Oh right, that's what it was.
My bad, but I feel like it was "hospital," but who knows.
yeah, still good tho for sure.
  Swag For Life Member 4:11pm
SeaCreature:

Jimmy rip played with Tom and Fred on the 82 tour, which included a bunch of television songs.we knew him from Kid Creole’s stellar live band.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:11pm
ultradamno:

I90 serving Protomartyr!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:12pm
ultradamno:

↳ Song: "Magdalene" by "Italia 90"
The whole album is so good
  4:12pm
dday:

With guitars..it's all about your abilities, your signal path & what feels good in your hands..

In 1965 Fender sold to CBS..& things went from being very hands on to mass produced.

Quality suffered. Same for Gibson.

I've played Fenders, Gibsons, Jerry Jones', Danelectros Kays, National Electrics, Supros, No Names,you name it.

I have small hands & moderate technical ability, so for me , it's something light with a small neck radius.

The rest can be attained via your signal path.

Are you a guitar>Cord>amp (notice I didn't say wireless transmitter, hate those f'n things) person or do you have a pedal board the size of NASA mission control,or maybe a software amp modeler.

Today..almost anything's possible & a lot of what the argument's about is "status"

I recently sold a single p/u 1976 Fender MusicMaster short scale (a D rated student guitar) for near $1K. I swapped the original soft jazz sounding p/u with a Seymour Duncan Cool rails stripped it & did a quality re-paint & it sounded & played great.. It's all preference
Avatar 4:12pm
DouglasInDallas:

↳ Creamo Coyl @4:08
Mousetrap, Wrens, Godplow, Edsel, and of course Baboon, Toadies, and Slowpoke from Texas...
  Swag For Life Member 4:12pm
c0NZ:

Seeing Braniac here in Glasgow a week on Monday. Not sure how it'll be without Tim but Schmersal is pretty nuts so I'm sure it'll be a performance. Saw them a few times supporting GvsB, The Amps and Beck. Audience was either on-edge or just plain hostile. It worked.
Avatar 4:14pm
Creamo Coyl:

Oh shit, Baboon. Nice.
I bought some cheap Grass CD comp when I was getting into indie rock. That's where I first heard Brainiac.
Avatar 4:16pm
John L:

In 2016 Television played in Kingston, NY, and that was a great show. I got to see Verlaine solo a couple of times; I loove his solo stuff, too. The last time I saw Verlaine was July 19, 2019; he was on line behind me at The Strand. Of course I thought about saying something, but I never do that, though I did make eye contact and nod. I only remember the date because I saw the Mekons that night.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:16pm
mndave:

Enon opening for the Dismemberment Plan god, 20 years ago (?) led me to Brainiac. Hissing Prigs took up a quarter of my 128MB MP3 player storage on my walks to class.
  4:17pm
dday:

↳ John L @4:16
BSK? I missed that show
Avatar 4:17pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

↳ Karl Ward @4:08
same here, I saw Jimmy Rip version of Television twice, 2013 and 2014, loved it. I also loved the 2005 London show where Richard Lloyd was still there, but that show resembled My Bloody Valentine (!) in that the vocals were close to inaudible. The show they did the next day (both in London, June 2005, Patti Smith's Meltdown) was rather different in that respect, sadly I wasn't there for the second show but heard it from audience recordings only. It just goes to show that there was this degree of unpredictability with Television (like that aforementioned Central Park incident).
Avatar 4:17pm
Creamo Coyl:

Got shitfaced with Schmersal years ago in Brooklyn. Good time.
Saw one of the first Enon shows in '98 in Cinci when the guys from Skeleton Key were the band. He was rapping. It was pretty sick.
  4:18pm
morphe':

Must away ... will become a repeat archivista ...
Thanks CC and all ..
ps.. Wednesday the 1st !!!!

https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2023/jan/30/lisa-loring-the-original-wednesday-addams-dies-at-age-64
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:19pm
Handy Haversack:

↳ Song: "It's All Beginning To Change + Cottage Industry" ...
Gotta grab this one.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:19pm
Jeff Golick:

↳ John L @4:16
Was at that Mekons show, too! No Verlaine sightings to report, tho.
Avatar 4:21pm
John L:

↳ dday @4:17
BSP, yeah. I used to go there a lot. When I had a record store I used to sponsor Jonathan Toubin dance parties there; it was such a great space.
Avatar 4:22pm
DouglasInDallas:

↳ Creamo Coyl @4:14
Yeah man, I was in another band with Andrew the lead of Baboon (and David Hanson the famous robot guy now) called "Epileptic Neurosurgeons" LOL Andrew told me he'd go through 6 trombones a year sometimes LOL
  4:24pm
dday:

↳ John L @4:21
Sorry BSP..don't know why I get that last letter screwed up everytime I think of the place. Cool room. I saw John Ashton with his band Satellite Paradiso there in 2014 (bar side). My friend Fred Schreck of The Ancients NYC is their vocalist. Warm up gigs for some openings for The Psych Furs showss in the NYC area
  4:25pm
dday:

↳ John L @4:21
What was the name of your record store & where was it?
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ dday @4:12
Yeah most if not all of that.
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Creamo Coyl:

@Douglas
Hell yeah.
What's famous robot guy? Like, Voltron?
  4:28pm
ami ad:

Got to see Enon in Prague, 2004, had some beers together after the show, bought some grass at that bar too. fun.
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Crosby in KC:

Great show today, Creamo! I'll catch the rest in the archives. Thanks!
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Creamo Coyl:

Grass??
I don't believe that. You're allergic.
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Handy Haversack:

Gotta run out for some animal feed. Back ASAP. Unless they impatient and eat us.
  4:29pm
ami ad:

↳ Creamo Coyl @4:28
I was younger and stupider back then...
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Creamo Coyl:

hahaha(sh)
  4:33pm
ami ad:

Yea, got a gram of hash on the street back then, dude sold me a chunk of rubber, but the grass from the bar was fine.
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Creamo Coyl:

LOL
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northguineahills:

↳ Handy Haversack @4:29
handy is now cat fud....
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JW MCCORMACK:

Hey Creamo, nice to meet you at KGB the other night. I liked your found poems.
  4:38pm
Andres:

All this and a poetry slam. I like it.
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The Butterman:

Butt Health
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ultradamno:

It's not about the size of the strings, it's how you pluck them...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Yeah ...not the Too Trebly problem with a Fender Bass. This is true.
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Creamo Coyl:

@JW
U2!
Ha, Maggie Este lookout...
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Andrew Waterloo:

I do prefer bass
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Andrew Waterloo:

always partial to my crappy old Yamaha fretless
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ultradamno:

No such thing as too trebly for telecasterist d boon
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dday:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @4:26
That's why I say "it's all preference"

No real right or wrong only what appeals to the player.

What I say can be debated till one's blue, but in the end..it's all what suits the player.

I've watched Eddie Kirkland (late blues great) play a Decca hollow body electric guitar with p/u's duct taped in their mounts with sound that would blow peoples minds & I've seen guys with multi thousand dollar guitars that had tone that sucked.

I sold a 1965 National Res-O-Glass Electric a few years back that I found in the trash. I cleaned it up, checked it out, replaced the little plastic top hat selector switch cover & sold it for $3500.00 .

It's like real estate.
Market price.

I offered that guitar to Jack White (he likes those Airline/Eastwood & National's) through his management company first. They passed.

When I was selling mine Ric Nielsen had one, signed, up for sale at the same time, same site.

Mine sold first :)
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Creamo Coyl:

I'm playing these Gut Health tracks to drive home the glory of the bass.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Love playing Bass ! One note is like a chord. I play too much like a Gittarist tho of course. & it's true - Bass is much more of the Rawk sound than everybody thinks.
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Aitch:

↳ Creamo Coyl @4:41
Also a bass-fan.
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John L:

↳ dday @4:25
Jack's Rhythms. It was on Main Street in New Paltz. I owned it from 2009 to early 2021. It opened in 1990 and was started by the late, great Jack Goldberg. The pandemic hit a lot of local businesses and I just couldn't keep it going.
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ami ad:

it's all about the bass
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ultradamno:

All about the shrieking treble...but fuck midrange!
  4:45pm
dday:

↳ John L @4:43
I used to hit New Paltz in the late 70's. The bars on Main Street or we'd head out to Speakers out on 32 (?) then over to Rosendale & Uncle Willy's Astoria Hotel & The Stourbridge Lion, then home to Port Jervis. Really fun times
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Course Bass is a really interring place twixt the Rhythm Section & the Harmonic aspect of the Musics. The simplest position in a band in one way & completely not in another. & then - everybody is playing Rhythm - also true...
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Aitch:

Saw Ty Segall last week. Bass player is guitar player in his own band Fuzz.
He was going nuts on the bass with Ty.
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dday:

↳ John L @4:43
Sorry about the store. I have a good friend DJ Jerry Balderson (homegrownradionj.com) that still runs his place Sound effects Records in Hackettstown,NJ. It's tough sledding for sure
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dday:

As friend Harvey Brooks says.."it all starts with the bottom"
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ultradamno:

My problem with Ty Segall is my first thought when presented with the name is always that he's the star of Modern Family
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Waiting for the backlash & people EQing for Midrange...
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lieutenant lambrusco:

This Revlone making my day Creamo - thanks
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ultradamno:

Never mind all these dead people, pouring one out for Cha Cha Heels!
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dday:

↳ ultradamno @4:52
Jeez..did someone else die ?
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northguineahills:

↳ ultradamno @4:52
wait, what. I got to their show after lights out (comments board still running) sunnite and missed the announcement...
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ultradamno:

↳ dday @4:53
Bigger than a person, a show wfmu.org...
  4:55pm
dday:

↳ ultradamno @4:54
the show is dead?
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ultradamno:

↳ northguineahills @4:54
Yeah, the chachapocalypse is real
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ultradamno:

↳ dday @4:55
I think there's a closer to come. But, yeah.
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northguineahills:

↳ ultradamno @4:55
nnnooooooooooooooeeeeeeeeeeeeeessssssssssssssssssss!!!!!!!!!
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dday:

↳ ultradamno @4:56
Bummer> I can't say I ever listened to it..I don't do the streams here, connections always dropping out
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Marie:

Hey, working, lurking, really enjoying the show. I lOvE the bass
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ultradamno:

Well, everything is a stream from here really, so.
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Dave R:

I hear an homage to Detention!!!
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ultradamno:

↳ ultradamno @4:59
It was really choppy for a couple of days though...
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Creamo Coyl:

@DaveR
Glad someone was paying attention!
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Andres:

Don’t stop Stop. Great stuff.
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Franco Twinkie:

Monotasking? I was listening to Tom Verlaine as guest DJ on Gaylord fields show on 1/8/2006. Utterly amazing. Whatever preconceived notions you had about Tom, put them on pause. Listen in the archive and be amazed.
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Noel:

I’m lighting the bong and hitting it at the same time; does that count?
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

What is this tasking people speak of.
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ultradamno:

I got so many plates spinning here at once that Sabre Dance should be playing
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Picante Mint:

↳ Song: "Rubber Stacks + From Inside the House" by "Equipm...
Just got this in the mail a few days ago. Theyre fantastic.
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Creamo Coyl:

@Noel
Yes, that is getting close to omni-tasking.
Be careful. you could rip open the fabric of the UNIverse.
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Cate Marvin:

this is freaking amazing
Your whole show is amazing
  5:10pm
ami ad:

listenighingfg, drinking, smoking, surfing the web and commenting here, almost triple double tasking.
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chresti:

Hi Creamo and blastards!
  5:13pm
Noel:

Indeed. You gotta watch that UNIverse fabric.
  5:13pm
Marie:

I wonder if there is a world record for most activities being performed at the same time. That might be a cool or awful performance art piece
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Creamo Coyl:

It snags easily.
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chresti:

I'm non-o-tasking
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Marie:

↳ Marie @5:13
Oh wait, don't they do that in the circus?
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Niall:

↳ Song: "Rubber Stacks + From Inside the House" by "Equipm...
I like Equipment Pointed Ankh. Decent hipsters from Louisville, talent to back it up.
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Creamo Coyl:

Got the word that I can flaunt my shit in the comments, so at a later date, shove this in your earhole:
cyanidetooth.bandcamp.com...
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ultradamno:

In time for the return of BC Friday...that and the other recent one in my basket
  5:20pm
ami ad:

eat almonds
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chresti:

Flaunt it!
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chresti:

↳ ultradamno @5:20
BC Friday coming up? Sweet.
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Creamo Coyl:

Don't twist my arm.
Dig this tape that came out this past summer:
steepgloss.bandcamp.com...
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prof.fuzz:

↳ Creamo Coyl @5:19
flaunt it!
flaunt it!
flaunt it!
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ultradamno:

↳ chresti @5:25
2 Days 9 Hours 33 min isitbandcampfriday.com
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Creamo Coyl:

One more.
New thing:
roguechromosome.bandcamp.com...
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Doug in MP:

↳ ultradamno @5:27
Thank you very much
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ultradamno:

↳ Creamo Coyl @5:28
Say, that Daniel Blumin character played that at the last minute last night....
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Creamo Coyl:

When is Interpol gonna catch up with that dastardly fellow!?!?!?

and I'm not talking the musical group from ennwhysee...
  5:35pm
ami ad:

maybe the FSB
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Creamo Coyl:

NKVD
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Marie:

↳ Creamo Coyl @5:19
Hey, thanks for sharing @)
  5:38pm
ami ad:

SBU
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Marie:

I what is happening here right now
  5:39pm
Marie:

I what? I like. Me likey
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chresti:

Love this!
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spodiodi:

that movie sucked
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paddy in matawan:

stunk
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spodiodi:

didn't even last 15
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ultradamno:

I was out of the room for a second, are we bashing Baz Luhrman....because I'm always down for that
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ami ad:

it's hard to fall out of a basement window ...
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Creamo Coyl:

We should get people to ask Bucci about the Elvis movie......and how it relates to Tar.
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Marie:

I'm going to have to watch that. DJ Olivia loved it.
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paddy in matawan:

halp me am skeerd
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Creamo Coyl:

I mean it's just a nonstop over the top music video.
It's got a sort of appeal but ultimately it's pretty fuckin dumb.
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ami ad:

The Tin Drum, that's a movie.(also a great book)
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paddy in matawan:

I wanted to get behind it so badly. I watched it and paid attention the whole time. Why can't we have a good Elvis movie!?!?
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Creamo Coyl:

It's hard to say:
"Good job with that $80 million" or however they spend on these stupid things.
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Creamo Coyl:

I don't wanna hear about Elvis or Marilyn no more.
Fucking put it to rest.
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John L:

I can't stand Baz Luhrman, but I heard a good chunk of the film concerned the Elvis 68 comeback special. I somehow made it through the whole thing; with a little fast forwarding. The John Carpenter Elvis film was better, though I haven't seen it in years.
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Marie:

↳ Creamo Coyl @5:53
Oh, ok, I'll keep that in mind as I watch it. @) A truly kind of tragic comedy would be an interesting treatment
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Creamo Coyl:

It's like no one else except for maybe JFK was alive for the entire 20th century.
Oh, and Hitler and Charles Manson. That's it.
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spodiodi:

thanks, Creamo!
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ultradamno:

Baz Luhrman is Zack Snyder for non-bros
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Marie:

He's like the Jesus of America, Elvis is
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Marie:

crucified by capitalism
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ami ad:

Thank you, DJ. Crew. i was alive in the 20th century.
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Creamo Coyl:

Not as good of abs tho.
Decent hips.
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paddy in matawan:

racquetball court had a bad ass stereo and bar. Thats the way I wanna go.
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Marie:

Pretty good pecs?
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ultradamno:

There are two good Elvis movies...King Creole and Change Of Habit
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listener 126464:

Thanks Creamo Coyl!
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ami ad:

↳ Creamo Coyl @5:56
they all sucked
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John L:

Soemone should make a movie about the great actor/producer Norman LLoyd. He worked with Orson Welles, Hitchcock and Howie mandel,and lived to be 106.
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paddy in matawan:

tanks damno, coyle!
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ultradamno:

I haven't watched the Netflix Marilyn thing, the NC17 flap was in such bad faith it kind of bugged me
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Marie:

He was sexy and beautiful. Those eyes. Tom Waits has a song that mentions "wounded eyes"--Elvis had wounded or dreamy eyes
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

~ TY Always DJ CC ~
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Marie:

Thanks, Creamo!
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DouglasInDallas:

↳ Creamo Coyl @4:27
he made the Albert Einstein and Sophia robots you see on Nova and David Byrne asked him to make one of him for a show in Spain. Not sure if that ever came to fruition...
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