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Grand pianos in the surf, singing frogs, hyphenated psych, outtakes, live collaging, twangy drone, old folk, and ephemeral pop.

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Favoriting February 7, 2011: auto-sedimentality.

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Greta Monach  Zwevingen 79-2   Favoriting Zwevingen  Widemouth    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Four Tet  Clouding   Favoriting Everything Ecstatic  Domino    0:02:12 (Pop-up)
Serge Gainsbourg  photographes et religieuses   Favoriting Les Années Psychédéliques      0:03:32 (Pop-up)
Vivian Girls  I Heard You Say   Favoriting Share the Joy  Polyvinyl    0:04:35 (Pop-up)
Agent Ribbons  I'm Alright   Favoriting Chateau Crone  Antenna Farm    0:07:25 (Pop-up)
New Morning  Love to See You Smile   Favoriting PureWhitEvilMoon      0:11:03 (Pop-up)
Prince Nedick  Back In The Day (I Can't Stand It)   Favoriting Sonny Smith's 100 Records Volume 2: I Miss The Jams  Turn Up    0:13:57 (Pop-up)
Cabezas Cortades  Teenage Thugs   Favoriting Sonny Smith's 100 Records Volume 2: I Miss The Jams  Turn Up    0:16:38 (Pop-up)
Rolling Stones  Con Le Mie Lacrime   Favoriting Hot Stuff, v. 2      0:18:49 (Pop-up)
Wanda Jackson  Silver Threads and Golden Needles   Favoriting Dim Lights, Thick Smoke, And Hillibilly Music: Country & Western Hit Parade  Bear Family    0:21:31 (Pop-up)
Buffy Sainte-Marie  With You, Honey   Favoriting Illuminations  Vanguard    0:24:01 (Pop-up)
Dredd Foole and the Din  So Tough   Favoriting Songs In Heat 7-inch  Religious Records    0:25:46 (Pop-up)
Solid Space  Please Don't Fade Away   Favoriting Space Museum  In Phaze    0:38:07 (Pop-up)
Roy Orbison  Blue Bayou   Favoriting       0:39:52 (Pop-up)
Ducktails  Don't Make Plans   Favoriting III: Arcade Dynamics  Woodsist    0:42:10 (Pop-up)
The Sandwitches  Song of Songs   Favoriting Duck Duck Goose!  Empty Cellar    0:44:33 (Pop-up)
Ludovico Einaudi & Ballake Sissoko  Entre Nous   Favoriting Diario Mali  Sony Classical    0:48:42 (Pop-up)
Thollem McDonas  For All Those Who Have Gone Before   Favoriting Gone Beyond Reason to Find One  Edgetone    0:57:22 (Pop-up)
Sun Ra  Space Probe   Favoriting Space Probe  Saturn  feat. Ronald Reagan  1:05:35 (Pop-up)
Deathly Fighter  Contacters   Favoriting 14 Year Old Void 7-inch  Columbus Discount    1:21:06 (Pop-up)
Yamataka Eye  Konono Wa Wa Wa   Favoriting Tradi Mods vs Rockers  Crammed Discs    1:24:17 (Pop-up)
Deerhoof  Hey I Can   Favoriting Deerhoof vs. Evil  Polyvinyl    1:30:16 (Pop-up)
The Beach Boys  Vegetables   Favoriting Smile!      1:32:15 (Pop-up)
The Modern Lovers  Don't Let Our Youth Go To Waste   Favoriting Original Modern Lovers  Bomp    1:42:42 (Pop-up)
Witchbeam + LOA  Mondo-Neptune   Favoriting       1:44:05 (Pop-up)
Dolphins Into the Future  Lone Voyager   Favoriting ...On Sea-Faring Isloation  Not Not Fun    1:53:14 (Pop-up)
Edgar Froese  Aqua   Favoriting Aqua  Blue Note Caroline    2:00:40 (Pop-up)
Sohrab  Susanna   Favoriting A Hidden Place  Touch    2:14:22 (Pop-up)
Bob Marley  Is This "Is This Love?"?   Favoriting       2:18:59 (Pop-up)
Akron/Family  Fuji II (Single Pane)   Favoriting S/T II: The Cosmic Birth and Journey of Shinju TNT  Dead Oceans    2:22:41 (Pop-up)
Alec Bathgate  Pet Hates   Favoriting Gold Lame  Flying Nun    2:30:27 (Pop-up)
Red Crayola  Hurricane Fighter Plane   Favoriting Never Ever Land: 83 Texan Nuggets from International Artists Records 1965-1970      2:32:52 (Pop-up)
Basil Kirchin  Primitive London 6   Favoriting Primitive London OST  Trunk    2:36:03 (Pop-up)
Demetrio Stratos  Investigazioni (diplofonie e triplofonie)   Favoriting Cantare la Voce  Cramp    2:37:29 (Pop-up)
Jack Mudurian  Downloading the Repertoire   Favoriting Downloading the Repertoire  Arf! Arf!    2:39:14 (Pop-up)
The Bats  Some Peace Tonight   Favoriting Daddy's Highway  Flying Nun    2:52:41 (Pop-up)
Gary Lewis  Look Here Comes the Sun   Favoriting Listen!  Liberty    2:55:28 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!


Thank you Therese. hi Jesse.

Hi, Jesse! Hi, everyone! Happy frow to all!

morning, frowlings!
Great Communicator:

I just turned 100 years old! America, fuck yeah!

Yo! I'll be there! Hi Jason.

Merci, frere Jesse!
raise plow-:

Hey guys, I am two tonight, here wtih my friend, M. We are both holding Reagan masks on sticks, for your viewing pleasure. M. digs the Spanish Stones sSound.

No...no...grazie, Jesse...
Bronze Thimbles and Aluminum Bottlecaps:

Pat Nixon tramp stamps could--only hypothetical, mind you, but possible--could very well turn out to be the next big thing...
Singer in Heat:

Nancy Davis, pre-Reagan, purportedly gave the best head in Hollywood as a young B-movie actress.
Tricky Diction:

What about the silent majority? Only Jesse can tell us...and Checkers
streamers in the gutter:

wanda jackson was interviewed today on WKCR but i don't kno if it's archived.

Jesse Thanks for the news.i forget reagan's b'day(even though it's just days after mine,and amongst several of my childhood heroes')..ironic,i suppose, that earlier tonight i finished reworking to digital format a music/sound collage tape i'd made in 1982- laden with reagan references & sound bits. 'been working on it for a week- unaware of this event. so-happy birthday Ronnie.You sucked and your legacy will adversely affect all life on earth FOREVER. thanks.

whoa, right on coelacanth! where can we hear this jam? and happy belated birthday!
antiquities football:

oh i used to have a roommate yrs ago who would wake everyone up in the summertime singing this song :-) he had a horrible voice..

okay Jesse. My new toy put 2 seconds between each "movement".i just sent an email to tascam co. to see if i can create a cd w no gaps between. i might do it over...but.......it's not all that great! i used to make these things for my friends & i to trip out with!..This one was specifically a birthday present for an exgirlfriend,who wanted headphone entertainment. without phones it may be hard to make out the content of the voices,losing it's (sometimes subtle)significance....and,it's 77 min.- mostly NOT about reagan.(there is nixon in there!...also some WFMU personality represented,as well as WPLJ!) ...that said- i'd gladly send you one if you want it after that disclaimer,after i hear from tascam.
Gipper from Beyond the Grave:

Coelacanth...what's the matter: did you like Brezhnev more back in '82? A stronger Soviet Union inspired more respect in some..when it wasn't doing things like crushing dissident artists who did things like sound collages. Whatever, the Stalinist empire went away, and you can say thank you card in secret whenever you can admit to yourself that it was worth opposing.

Who the fuck just dissed me?

i used to have a t-shirt,when reagan tried to substitute vegetables with ketchup in the school lunch program:"nutrition quiz.which one's the vegetable?" picturing a)ketchup & b) r reagan...i kept wearing it after he was diagnosed with alzheimer's -yes-in poor taste.but he deserved it.

Jeepers ... what's so funny 'bout peace, love, and understanding, everybody?
Ray-gun Effigy:

Burn me!

um, meester gipper, sir: forgive for taking the heinz-packet bait, but why/how does opposition to your royal vegetableness equate to support for stalinism?

i also had a t depicting reagan and brezhnev in diapers,playing with bombs.
museum dividing-line:

the music here is quite muffled & my friend while falling asleep thought this was the sound of garbage truck picking up outside.. with its recyclables mix & the like.. She grew up under the Soviet Union's breadth so it's too bad it's just now become too late..
Obama-esque or Clintonoid Tribute:

Not such an equation, but a round of ball-breaking in response to the notion that the most substantial American leader since Franklin Roosevelt "sucked and [his] legacy will adversely affect all life on earth FOREVER." Even Gorbachev knows that's bullshit. "Playing ketchup" came later. In 1982, there were more obvious villains for sound collagists everywhere to fear and loathe than a term-limited official subject to voters...but hey, it's just a thought
Holy Shirt:

I wonder if the t-shirt was homemade or mass produced, eh?
Why Canada We All Just Get Along?:

Up north, we could have actually served as a literal AND figurative bridge across the arctic in a US/Russia merger. Still time, eh?

Dang - I scorched my gruel.
pro, anti, present-tense:

G!, I think I saw you cast in clay with dove & olive branch in hand, at the egyptian wing of the museum today. I left a bowl of gruel outside that, what is it called.. 'false door' where the buried enters back into the real world, to receive gifts & the like
Unholy Shirt:

Coelecanth, how about a shirt with images Lincoln's assassination and Kennedy's, with the caption "spirit of the '60s"? Headwounds and irony...all the cool kids are doing it...

I'm scorched! Dang!

Sweet! That was you? Nice ...

Many thanks from all the buried unDead.

This stuff's not bad if you slather it with ketchup.
Nesta Marley:

Tastes better if you're...

...if you ARE the ketchup? *BE* the condiment, bobby...

SAVE by Mr. DJ - off the skate just as it almost got ugly.

Thank you Jesse. Great show. i'm off to sleep. ...ps. One thing i was wrong about though is reagan's acting ability. He was at least good enough to fool large herds of uneducated sheep. 'night.
papyrus scroll:

G, ya: I didn't kno the ketchup anecdote from the other week was actually a fact. i was at denny's tonight & squirted it on the table, it was like Reagan's FDA mistake, transposed into theater blood, in foolish memory
Iron Lady:

Ronald Reagan won the Cold War without firing a shot.....[well, not directly at the USSR, anyway]...what have any of us done that compares? Even his regal Obamitude, the new messiah, ain't there yet...

Personally, I find late-night Denny's to be the source of some of the finest performance art going.

Too bad people have to vote on this shit, and don't just take orders from their self-selected betters...

I remember going to Denny's late at night back in college. We must have been desperate then...

Reagan, Thatcher, Gorbachev, Brezhnev...what about me? I'm lonely...
flowering reed:

Eating a hamburger at midnight is ya, kindof performance art in itself. my blood sugar level was lower than we are going to feel come Tuesday, in the SuperCold. Ya desperateness ensuesss

Or me? One of the two most powerful men in the world? Chopped fucking liver, over here?

Delectably droning....
Winter Freeze:

The cold, the snow, the winter, the freeze, so irrational....

Is dangerous
Nuclear Freeze:

Is this artist British? Or do my ears deceive me? Just curious. Thank you.

Housed Crowd:

NZ? The Bats? Gary Lewis? Is Lewis from Liverpool?
Lonesome Cowboy Ron:

You're welcome, America and free world! Keep on truckin'!

T Nuggs, those old garage and pyschedelic songs of all sorts and origins--so good--so, so, so good

Good nightmorn, everyone!
ostrich heiroglyphs:

to sun risin's in the sleep time
goodnight, y'all
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