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Music of all kinds that hits me in the pit of my stomach, all arranged to find your sweet spot, too. Plus radio shows from the 1940s & 1950s: dramas, mysteries, sci-fi, detectives, and more.

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Options January 20, 2002: Show 146 (listen to entire show / each individual set / each individual song)
                                  3 AM - 6 AM

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Artist Track Album Comments Special
 
Set 1 (Listen to this set: Real)
Charlie Christian  "I Got Rhythm" (track 1) (Listen: Real)   Options Radioland 1939 - 1941  Recorded in 1940, in Minnesota.    
Les Chakachas  "Twist-Twist" (track 1) (Listen: Real)   Options Twist-Twist  Great Euro-twist with soul.  ***  
 
 
Background music played during mic break:
Ray Anthony & His Orchestra  (Listen: Real)   Dream Dancing (side 2)     
 
 
Set 2 (Listen to this set: Real)
Climax Golden Twins  "Seclusion" (track 11) (Listen: Real)   Options Session 9 soundtrack  Kinda menacing. Low key, but eerie.   
Spaceheads  "Brass Cactus" (track 10) (Listen: Real)   Options Live 1999  Low key, reverbed trumpet. Makes me think of Grassy Knoll, Jon Hassel.   
White Heaven  "Out" (track 6) (Listen: Real)   Options Out  On the usually psychotic PSF label, from Japan. This track: quiet psych, 1960's influence, hints of flower power, builds, sentimental.   
Current 93/Nurse With Wound  "Disintegrate" (CD #2, track 4) (Listen: Real)   Options Bright Yellow Moon  Steady-state, experimental. Starts heavy, then becomes quieter.   
Solar Anus  "Electric Jellyfish" (track 1) (Listen: Real)   Options 2nd CD  Heavy (psych) rock, hardcore-ish at times. Japanese. Makes me think of Zillatron - Bootsy Collins' band.   
 
 
Background music played during mic break:
Ray Anthony & His Orchestra  (Listen: Real)   Dream Dancing (side 2)     
 
 
Set 3 (Listen to this set: Real)
Bambi Molesters  "Chaotica" (track 13) (Listen: Real)   Options Sonic Bullets: 13 From The Hip  Slow, lush, full sound. Hints of a western. Nothing chaotic here.   
Aqua Velvets  "Swampabilly Hop" (CD #1, track 2) (Listen: Real)   Options Radio Waves  The tempo starts to pick up from "Chaotica". Radio Waves is 2 CDs worth of stuff, recorded at KFJC (this track, for example) and KPFA.   
Bambi Molesters  "Bombora" (track 7) (Listen: Real)   Options Sonic Bullets: 13 From The Hip Hip  Easy+, full sound, more hints of a western.   
Revolting Cocks  "Cracking Up" (track 4) (Listen: Real)   Options Linger Fickin' Good  Pretty heavy & erotic. A definite influence from Public Image.  ***  
Bhopal Stiffs  "Born Again" (track 7) (Listen: Real)   Options 1985 - 1989     
Wontons  "No Goodnick" (track 6) (Listen: Real)   Options Hex Appeal  The fastest track of the show.   
 
 
Background music played during mic break:
Ray Anthony & His Orchestra  (Listen: Real)   Dream Dancing (side 2)     
 
 
Set 4: the old radio show portion of the evening.
The Shadow  "The Death House Rescue" (Listen: Real)   Options   Originally broadcast September 26, 1937, with Orson Welles as The Shadow. An innocent man is rescued from the electric chair, just in time. Just not like real life.   
 
 
Background music played during mic break:
Ray Anthony & His Orchestra  (Listen: Real)   Dream Dancing (side 2)     
 
 
Set 5 (Listen to this set: Real)
Morton Feldman  "Palais de Mari" (track 2: played only last 16 minutes) (Listen: Real)   Options Palais de Mari  Haunting, spare and quiet. From 1986, with Ronnie Lynn Patterson on piano. This is the remainder of the piece I didn't have time to play during my show on January 6.    
Terry Riley  "In C" (track 1) (Listen: Real)   Options In C  This version is played by the Bang On A Can all stars. Recorded at the World Financial Center for WNYC, on November 20, 1998.   
 
 
Background music played during mic break:
Ray Anthony & His Orchestra  (Listen: Real)   Dream Dancing (side 2)     
 
 
Set 6
Amon Tobin  "Easy Muffin" (track 2) (Listen: Real)   Options Bricolage  Slow, romantic.   

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