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Lullabies and reveilles. Something for the late nighters and early risers.

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Options May 11, 2013: I Don't Think It's There Anymore

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
Bley - Peacock Synthesizer Show  Daddy's Boat   Options Revenge  Polydor    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Grant Green  Luny Tune   Options Talkin About  Blue note    0:07:05 (Pop‑up)
Low  Words   Options KXLU Live Volume 2  None    0:16:50 (Pop‑up)
Giant Ant Farm  Splitting Seed   Options Funny Rubber Band  Vaccination    0:21:25 (Pop‑up)
Wolf Eyes  Choking Flys   Options Nop Answer-Lower Floor  De Stijl  *   0:26:08 (Pop‑up)
Flux Information Services  Love Me Love Me   Options Private/Public  Young God    0:32:13 (Pop‑up)
Suicide  Rocket USA   Options Max's Kansas City  Roir    0:35:39 (Pop‑up)
Surplus 1980  The Failure of commitment   Options Arterial Ends Here  DKM  *   0:38:47 (Pop‑up)
Moon Duo  Run Around   Options Yeti 13  Moon Duo  *   0:43:29 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
  Organs in Orbit      0:47:54 (Pop‑up)
Be Bop Deluxe  Adventure in a Yorkshire Landscape   Options Raiding the Divine Archive  Capitol    1:00:45 (Pop‑up)
Bauhaus  Third Uncle   Options The BBC Sessions  BMG    1:03:35 (Pop‑up)
Monitor  We Get Messages   Options Monitor  Superior Viaduct  *   1:07:02 (Pop‑up)
Stray  Time Machine   Options Children of the Sun  Sanctuary    1:12:09 (Pop‑up)
Soft Machine  Why are we Sleeping   Options Middle Earth Masters  Cuneiform    1:16:23 (Pop‑up)
Mick Farren  Mona   Options Children of the Sun  Sanctuary    1:22:56 (Pop‑up)
Leon Thomas  Shape Your Mind to Die   Options The Creator 1969-1973 Best of the Flying Dutchman Masters  BGP/Ace    1:29:28 (Pop‑up)
The Delfonics  Life Never Ends   Options Adrian Younge Presents The Delfonics  Wax Poetic    1:35:17 (Pop‑up)
Savoy Brown  Train to nowhere   Options Best of  London    1:37:51 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
  Organs in Orbit      1:42:07 (Pop‑up)
Clothilde  Fallait pas ecraser la queue du chat   Options french Swinging mademoiselle  Born Bad  *   1:52:47 (Pop‑up)
Wari  Habib Koite   Options Live from Festival Au Desert Timbuktu  Clermont    1:56:48 (Pop‑up)
Captain Beefheart & the Magic Band  Woe is a Me Bop   Options Lick My Decal off Baby  Enigma Retro    2:00:02 (Pop‑up)
Arrington de Dionyso's Malaikat Dan Singa  I Feel the Quickening   Options Open the Crown  K    2:04:24 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
  Organs in Orbit      2:05:20 (Pop‑up)
5 Style  Outta Space Canoe Race   Options 5 Style  Sub Pop    2:10:49 (Pop‑up)
Spherical Objects  The face I want to See   Options Messthetics 106  Hyped 2 Death    2:14:40 (Pop‑up)
Patife  Poema em Linha Reta   Options The Sexual Life of Savages  Soul Jazz    2:16:53 (Pop‑up)
Redd Kross  St Lita Ford Blues   Options Buried Alive  Bomp    2:20:33 (Pop‑up)
Zen Guerilla  Crickets and a Sickle   Options Flying Side Kick Home and Alive Vol 2  Broken    2:24:50 (Pop‑up)
Black Keys  Her Eyes are a Blue Milion Miles   Options Covered - A Revolution in Sound  Warner    2:30:22 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
  Organs in Orbit      2:31:17 (Pop‑up)
Katey reid & Big Freedia  Sally racket   Options Son of Rogues Gallery  ANTI    2:39:57 (Pop‑up)
Mitch Ryder  Sock It to me   Options Sock It to me  Sundazed    2:41:52 (Pop‑up)
Dave Harris Trio  Night Club   Options Movements  Tramp    2:45:48 (Pop‑up)
Mary Wells  Secret Love   Options Something New Motown Lost & Found  Hip O Select    2:47:03 (Pop‑up)
Tom Waits  Heigh Ho   Options Orphans  ANTI    2:50:08 (Pop‑up)
Devendra Banhart  Taurobolium   Options Mala  Nonesuch    2:53:20 (Pop‑up)
Clara Rockmore  Water Boy   Options Lost Theremin Album  Bridge    2:56:39 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

Avatar 3:05am w41:

Good morning everyone!
Avatar 3:17am Looms:

Avatar 3:26am Brian in UK:

Hello Bill, w41, Looms & listeners.
Chickens are fed, dog walked. Waiting for pearls from Reverend Bill.
This Gaint Ant Farm reminds me of a Delgados song,
Avatar 3:31am Bill Mac:

Morning Gents. The rain followed me all the way up here this morning, but here we are. I think I pulled some gems this evening, but what do i know. I just hope you're amused.
Avatar 3:31am Andy in Berlin:

Pouring the coffee and signing in. Bill did you ever imagine you'd be doing a breakfast show?
Avatar 3:35am Bill Mac:

Ah yes Andy, modern technology saves the day once again. I wouldn't call a lot of this breakfast music though, much as I like most of it for morning listening
Avatar 3:43am Jay/London:

Good Morning Bill and all so glad it's the weekend .. have to have root work done on my teeth cost about £300 +
Avatar 3:45am Bill Mac:

Yikes, yep isn't nature wonderful?! The age thing wouldn't be so bad if it didn't involve falling apart.
Avatar 3:48am Jay/London:

moon duo was on my mp3 thing only last week .. yeah bill just wonderful ;)
Avatar 3:48am Brian in UK:

Jay, I will sort you out for £150 no questions. No anaesthetic.
  3:49am ?:

Gooooood morning to you too, Bill
Avatar 3:49am Jay/London:

might take you up on that Brian ..... not
Avatar 3:50am Andy in Berlin:

@Jay - doesn't the National Health pay for that?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:50am Stanley:

Gooooood morning to you too, Bill (second attempt)
Avatar 3:52am Jay/London:

yes Andy they pay some of the costs for teeth, If I went private it would be over £1,000
Avatar 3:53am Looms:

The Surplus 1980 track sounded really great indeed.
Avatar 3:53am KP:

Good morning Bill! And what a fine stormy one it is!
Avatar 3:57am w41:

Surplus 1980 was the best, yeah.
Avatar 3:58am Andy in Berlin:

@ Jay - woof!
Avatar 3:59am Jay/London:

@ Andy in Berlin indeed !
Avatar 4:00am Brian in UK:

Yea Bill I never got Bil Nelson. Whatever that means.
Avatar 4:01am Andy in Berlin:

@ we have to pay for part of the cost of crowns but not root canal. Or not yet...
Avatar 4:01am Brian in UK:

But thereagain I am not an electric guitar fan. Shall I leave now?
Avatar 4:02am Brian in UK:

@Andy We have to pay for crowns on the heads of our royal family.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:02am Stanley:

I'm with you on the Bill Nelson, Bill. Thought the band was much overshadowed by what else was happening at the time (mid-late seventies)
Avatar 4:03am Jay/London:

@ Andy In Berlin sounds about the same as here then for dentists
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:04am Stanley:

its Third Uncle, Jim but not as we know it.
Avatar 4:04am Jay/London:

be bop deluxe was one of those bands that got overlooked at the time me thinks
Avatar 4:08am Andy in Berlin:

A friend of mine once said that you know you're getting old when you spend more time talking about ailments and less time talking about sex.
Avatar 4:09am Bill Mac:

I would imagine you folks might remember the BBDs Axe Victim cover art....
Avatar 4:10am Bill Mac:

@Andy Uh oh...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:10am Stanley:

I've outsourced my memory to the Internet
Avatar 4:12am Brian in UK:

It is the monkey on the back as George Melly said.
Avatar 4:13am Brian in UK:

Bill was this Stray originally on Transatlantic?
Avatar 4:16am Bill Mac:

Yeah Brian, all of the artists on this comp were from the Transatlantic stable.
Avatar 4:16am KP:

Hey Bill I am now Facebook friends with Roger Earl, the Savoy Brown and Foghat drummer. Quite an honor!
Avatar 4:21am Brian in UK:

Soft Machine did some Pataphysics stuff based on Alfred Jarry's work. He was the creator of Ubu Roi, Pere Ubu's passion.
Avatar 4:22am Bill Mac:

KP - I knew who you were talking about before I finished your message. Pretty cool. How did you manage that? Caught Foghat back in the day when they were at the height of their success.
Avatar 4:28am Brian in UK:

'pataphysics - imaginary solutions to as yet unasked questions. (very crude description)
Avatar 4:30am KP:

The primo band though was Savoy Brown with the Foghat gang and Chris Youlden on vocals. I saw them on a sweltering night in the city, outdoors, and he came out in a full length fur coat and a top hat. He had incredible stage presence and a dramatic voice. In fact one of their best songs was called "Life's One Act Play."
Avatar 4:33am KP:

I met a work friend of my wife's named Mona. I said you must be tired of that song. What song is that? Mona! The Stones! Never heard of it.
Avatar 4:34am Brian in UK:

@KP Were they originally called Savoy Brown Blues Band?
Avatar 4:36am Brian in UK:

There are so many complications out these days, best thing about CDs.
Avatar 4:37am Bill Mac:

KP I don't really even bother to talk to other folks about ANY music - most people don't get it. Most people seem to know only what's the top 30 is at the moment. Sometimes I think I'm the one with the problem.
Avatar 4:38am Andy in Berlin:

@Brian - whether they were specifically called that or not, that's certainly what they were. I saw them a couple of times, they put on a great show.
Avatar 4:39am Looms:

Avatar 4:39am Andy in Berlin:

@ Bill - that's what I call service! I love this Savoy Brown song. At any speed.
Avatar 4:40am KP:

Hey Savoy Brown with Chris Youlden. What service!
Avatar 4:40am Bill Mac:

Ugh.... set at the right speed but the pitch slide was turned waaaay down.... wanted to do the song justice.... this is my favorite Savoy Brown tune.
Avatar 4:41am Andy in Berlin:

yeah, what a great voice
Avatar 4:42am Andy in Berlin:

I think my favorite might be Lousiana Blues but this is great too.
Avatar 4:43am KP:

So they dumped Youlden or he quit. Lonesome Dave became the lead singer. Then he and Tone Stevens and Roger Earl left Kim Simmons and formed Foghat.
Avatar 4:45am Jay/London:

hey bill did you look up Alan freeman? after last weeks show
Avatar 4:45am KP:

I saw the latest Savoy Brown. A trio with Kim singing.
Avatar 4:46am Brian in UK:

You need a Zigzag family tree.
Avatar 4:48am beavoux:

Youlden left in 1970
Avatar 4:49am beavoux:

After Raw Sienna
Avatar 4:54am Looms:

Lyrics are pretty funny :)
Avatar 4:55am Jay/London:

very sweet voice bill
Avatar 4:55am Bill Mac:

Looms Can you enlighten us a bit?
Avatar 4:55am Bill Mac:

Why thank you Jay!
Avatar 4:56am Jay/London:

what did she sing Looms
Avatar 4:56am Looms:

it was about limb amputations due to bad luck.
Avatar 4:56am Bill Mac:

Avatar 4:57am Jay/London:

oh that’s so dark for that sweet voice looms !
Avatar 4:58am Looms:

Avatar 5:05am beavoux:

Thought that Beefheart song was longer
Avatar 5:06am Brian in UK:

Crowns seem to be a recurring theme.
  5:11am Emile:

Morning Bill's gang... Streaming problems today but with you in spirit
Avatar 5:11am Bill Mac:

Hey Emile, hope you are well... get that stream fixed!!!
  5:16am Emile:

Whatever you did worked, Bill. I'm here.
Avatar 5:18am Bill Mac:

Just lit a fire uttered a few incantations and sacrificed a virgin.... piece of cake
Avatar 5:21am Jay/London:

you have virgins on tap just in case hey Bill ;)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:30am Stanley:

A Blue Million Miles. Possibly the only weak track on what is a perfect album.
But this waa-waa wakajawaka action is fine-fine me.
Avatar 5:32am Andy in Berlin:

I love this Captain Beefheart song but I have to say this is not the greatest cover. I wonder how many of his songs are covereed? He doesn't seem like the easiest artist to cover.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:33am Stanley:

Clear Spot is in my all time top 10.
Avatar 5:34am Brian in UK:

Gimme some ole stale beans.
Avatar 5:34am w41:

Sonic Youth yeah! Lee Ranaldo doing Electricity is pretty neat
Avatar 5:34am Brian in UK:

There was a Liverpool band called Ella Guru.
Avatar 5:37am Andy in Berlin:

I saw Captain Beefheart a couple of times and they totally tore it up. The Drumbo band was here but I didn't get to go.
Avatar 5:38am Andy in Berlin:

Beefheart addendum - it was so amazing to see a band who could turn on a dime like that
Avatar 5:43am Brian in UK:

Cookin' today, Bill.
Avatar 5:44am Bill Mac:

Started slow n quiet, then it changes... thanks dude
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:49am Stanley:

..bit like me, Bill. Now raring to go!
Avatar 5:50am Bill Mac:

Happy to set the tone whence I can...
Avatar 5:56am Bill Mac:

Well folks.... fun as always now push yrself out that door and have an adventure. I'll sees you when I sees you.... happy mudduhs day to all!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:56am Stanley:

Me and Mrs S gotta split.
Great having you and the crew for company this morning.
Have a good week, till next week.
Avatar 5:57am Looms:

take care everyone.
Avatar 5:57am Bill Mac:

Gubbye Mr & Mrs Ess!
Avatar 5:58am Bill Mac:

Later Loominus...
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