Frank O'Toole's playlist December 2, 2013 E-mail Frank O'Toole
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Track Artist Album / Format Approx. start time Get Happy / MUSIC BEHIND THE DJ: Mr. Lucky Jane Horrocks / Henry Mancini fxo mix (CD-R) 0:00:00 Pop‑up) Pilgrims Progress Procol Harum "A Salty Dog" Lp (CD) 0:05:04 Pop‑up) Will Calls Grizzly Bear Diplo remix (MP3) 0:09:08 Pop‑up) Compared To What Les McCann & Eddie Harris "Atlantic Jazz Legends, Vol. 1" compil. Lp (CD) 0:13:17 Pop‑up) Everyday Of My Life DJ Rashad "Double Cup" Lp (CD) * 0:22:06 Pop‑up) Dying Slowly Tindersticks "Across Six Leap Years" Lp (CD) * 0:25:18 Pop‑up) Say Yes Wax Tailor "In The Mood For Life" Lp (CD) 0:29:38 Pop‑up) MUSIC BEHIND DJ: Daly's Tune / FMU Locked Groove Tommy Daly fxo mix (CD-R) 0:33:10 Pop‑up) Coronado Bay Breezin' Kid 606 "Happiness" Lp (CD) * 0:36:00 Pop‑up) Listen Sebadoh "Defend Yourself" Lp (CD) * 0:43:15 Pop‑up) Useless Excuses Jenny Toomey "Antidote" Lp (CD) 0:46:59 Pop‑up) I Threw It All Away Bob Dylan "Another Self Portrait: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 10" Lp (CD) * 0:49:41 Pop‑up) Singin' Femme People Like Us (with Ergo Phizmiz) "Don't Think Right, It's All Twice" Lp (CD) * 0:52:21 Pop‑up) Mary John Cale "Shifty Adventures in Nookie Wood" Lp (CD) 0:59:52 Pop‑up) Fork It Over Trans Atlantic Rage FMU/ Free Music Archive (MP3) 1:05:39 Pop‑up) Goodbye Old Friend The Devil Makes Three "I'm A Stranger Here" Lp (CD) * 1:11:45 Pop‑up) The Breakup Song Macy Gray Vs. David T. Walker N'Zo mashup (MP3) 1:16:14 Pop‑up) Everybody Knows Wooden Shjips "Back To Land" Lp (CD) * 1:19:45 Pop‑up) Look Into My Eyes Janelle Monae "The Electric Lady" Lp (CD) * 1:24:59 Pop‑up) MUSIC BEHIND THE DJ: Here It Comes/ FMU Locked Groove Freddie Fresh fxo mix - mashup (CD-R) 1:27:13 Pop‑up) A Day In The Life Of A Tree Yo La Tengo "Fade" (Deluxe Edition) Lp (CD) * 1:31:36 Pop‑up) Matthew and Son The Chills "Somewhere Beautiful" Lp (CD) * 1:35:07 Pop‑up) When You Come Xenia Rubinos "Magic Trix" Lp (CD) 1:38:12 Pop‑up) Reverses mashups The Beatles Uni Work mashups (MP3) 1:42:10 Pop‑up) The Todd Barry Players Todd Barry "Invite Them Up" compil. Lp (CD) 1:45:38 Pop‑up) Sunset Blvd. / Le Feel Internaciole Todd Rundgren's Utopia Live - Boston, 12/12/75 (MP3) 1:54:22 Pop‑up) I'm Singing Wagon Christ "Sorry I Make You Lush" Lp (CD) 1:58:47 Pop‑up) MUSIC BEHIND THE DJ: Why?... and We Repeat... Why? Taj Mahal "Music Keeps Me Together" Lp (Vinyl) 2:04:26 Pop‑up) Descended From Myth RJd2 "More Is Than Isn't" Lp (CD) * 2:09:03 Pop‑up) Everything Belongs To The Sun Psapp "What Makes Us Glow" Lp (CD) * 2:14:56 Pop‑up) Pride Of Man Quicksilver Messenger Service Live- Avalon Ballroom, 1966 (MP3) 2:20:00 Pop‑up) Song Of Job Seatrain "Seatrain" Lp (Vinyl) 2:22:43 Pop‑up) ...Is All We Have / Waiting Is... Big Blood "Dark Country Magic" Lp (CD) 2:30:04 Pop‑up) Witchi Tai To (Chant & song) Jim Pepper "Pepper's Pow Wow" Lp (Vinyl) 2:38:57 Pop‑up) New Rising Sun Jimi Hendrix Hendrix session - 10/23/68. (MP3) 2:46:14 Pop‑up) Dance Macabre The Westminster Philharmonic Orchestra "The Bride of Frankenstein (Score by Franz Waxman)" soundtrack Lp (CD) 2:54:10 Pop‑up) end theme(s) Hitchcock (with Nelson & his orchestra) fxo mix (CD-R) 2:54:49 Pop‑up)
6:04am fxo:we're back. and your international host be me. We begin... ♥ 6:05am Lyme Regis:mornin frank - u sound a little muffled here in the UK! 6:07am mauri:Heyup! 6:09am fxo:Lyme: glad you're around. Un-muffled?
Mauri: good afternoon, ol' friend.
♥ 6:11am Lyme Regis:music sounds fine, probs just the mike. With u all the way today. ♥ 6:11am Sem Chumbo:Hiya, Frank and good morning to you and all. Like your early progress so far this morning, pilgrim. Non-muffled here. 6:17am fxo:hey, Sem.
Lyme: got a lot of stuff under my short sleeves, today.
♥ 6:21am Sem Chumbo:Never enough electrified sax, man. Eddie Harris, phew. ♥ 6:54am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:...have I told my Eddie Harris story too often? Stop me if...
- I saw him w/ a local pick-up band, & he shamed the drummer by telling him to sit out, & playing amazing percussion just clacking the keys of his sax! - there was that much Music in him. Just a few years later I saw him, he was terminally ill & somewhat diminished, but still determinedly out playing - then soon after died.
♥ 6:56am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:...huh - & people back then were talking that 'Self Portrait' was an unworthy album... 6:56am fxo:you can tell the Eddie Harris story, whenever. Worth the anecdote. Thanks. ♥ 7:05am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:31°F - flirting w/ freezing up heah in NewHampshuh 7A.M.ish - highs around 40°F this week say weedgits... ♥ 7:07am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:- cloudy but not enuff for radar... 7:09am fxo:RevRab:same here, down in JC. Thanks for the update. ♥ 7:13am Guido (Cologne):Hi, good morning!
7° C / 42.8° F C over here, half sunny.
Listening but working.
Loved the "Singing in the Rain / Femme Fatale / Nutcracker" mash-up.
7:23am fxo:half sunny, in Cologne? As in "half-full"? ♥ 7:30am Guido (Cologne):Yes. "Half full". All in all more sun.
Right in the moment even clear blue sky.
♥ 7:37am duke:great cat stevens cover ♥ 7:37am Guido (Cologne):One of the best song Cat Stevens ever did. 7:42am fxo:Cat did a lot of 'em. The Chills did a great job of "Matthew".
So, again, we're in agreement.
7:43am david from ks:,,,soundzvry good MrFrankXO ♥ 7:48am Sem Chumbo:Like reading text with the vowels removed, I understood/recognized all of those Beatle things.
How is that possible? Thanks for the mashup, fxo.
7:57am fxo:glad to oblige. What's up with ks? ♥ 8:03am maestroso:G'morning FXO.
Really digging this set.
8:03am Artanker:Nice to hear that Rundgren tune. There's a real nice clean version of that on "A Wizard, a True Star" 8:12am fxo:mornin' 'stroso.
Artanker: The "Wizard" Lp is one of my fave Todd albums.
8:13am Bar:Good morning ev'ryone. 8:13am Bar:Good morning ev'ryone. 8:17am fxo:backatcha Bar. 8:17am Bar:Is this the first show of the new skadule? 8:19am fxo:mine, anyway. Things moved from midnight, earlier... 8:20am Bar:I departed on World of Echo, wich was nice.. ♥ 8:23am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:...so easy & fun to imagine minds blown by this QMS in 1966...New Sched - here we go... ♥ 8:23am Sem Chumbo:Lifted my head up from work and noticed Quicksilver in the headphones. Nice, must have been some night at the Avalon. 8:23am Cheri Pi:Hey Hey FxO! Excellent QMS!!! ♥ 8:24am Brian in UK:Hello fxo. Just to go back to Cat Stevens, it was the first album I bought with my own money from my paper round. March 1967. Still stands the test of time, pure pop. 8:28am fxo:Sem, I think the ballroom sounded quiet.
mornin' Ms Pi.
thanks, Brian, RevRab., watch it, you might seem to be older than god, like me.
8:30am Bar:The older the wine... 8:31am 3d-nyc:Morning all,
@ first Album bought with own money:
mine was Hendrix's AXIS...$3.33..
and a friend pointed out the 3 sixes when doubled :-)
♥ 8:31am Brian in UK:I think Cat gave God the nod. ♥ 8:32am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:- hey! - I was two years old most of '66...but alive...far from the Avalon - prob. for the best... 8:32am Bar:lol @rrn63 8:33am Bar:Mine was a kiss album. 8:34am fxo:3d: splain to our group... ♥ 8:37am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:...got a good # of hand-me-downs, so hard to remember 1sts. I think 1st I was gifted new mighta been LetItBe for $1.99 from bargain bin, not *that* many years after it was made! - but a notable early purchase on my own was 'Who Sings My Generation' their 1st album (Yank version) prob. also reduced bin - coulda been the only Wh♂fan in the World for all I knew in smalltown NorthNewEngland!... ♥ 8:38am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:...3+3+3=9 - but if 6 was 9 - I don't mind... ♥ 8:39am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:...pretty good place to start 3d !!; hope other albums weren't too disappointing after that... ♥ 8:40am Brian in UK:Great misheard lyric, ''scuse me while I kiss this guy' ♥ 8:41am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:'Mondegreens', Brian! :
♥ 8:41am Sem Chumbo:My first bootlegged album was Sgt.Peppers, transferred to a tape recorder (3 3/4 inches per second) via a miked speaker.The first album bought was Ravi Shankar ragas (what else?). Quote from my father " What the hell is THAT?!" 8:42am 3d-nyc:Being just kids, and Hendricks so new,
the 666 biblical number was a badge of honor,
It was a stretch to conncect purchase price, but
8:42am fxo:Rev's got it! ♥ 8:44am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:I taped the whole Yellow Sub movie audio off TV onto cheap 70s cassette player (I can record!!) - still have it memorized I think... 8:44am northguineahills:I dig every version of Witchi Tai To..... 8:45am fxo:mine was an Edison Wax Cylinder-"Mary Had A Lamb", or something like it. ♥ 8:46am Brian in UK:I got the original FIFTEEN Commandments in tablet format. ♥ 8:46am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:...in house we grew up in - had Grandad's horned player w/ cylinder recordings in a closet, one actually wax! - please don't tell me what became of them... 8:47am Parq:The Jim Pepper and Seatrain tracks were very big at Boston College radio in the 70s -- at a then-nascent WFMU too, I'm guessing. And I'm pretty sure I was at that Dec '75 Utopia show, at the Boston Orpheum. 8:49am Bar:They used to play reggae in radio back then? @Parq ♥ 8:50am Sem Chumbo:Nice to circle around to Hendrix as the morning comes to an end. Great stuff, Frank. Catch you next time.
RevRab, better to let that thot go, man.
8:50am 3d-nyc:Fxo @ "Lamb" cylinder:
are you sure its not a bookleg :-)
♥ 8:51am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:~♐ HENDRIX ♐~ ♥ 8:51am common:good show, frank! good morning everyone! ♥ 8:52am duke:thanks for a wonderful show ♥ 8:52am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:...a leg o' lamb?... 8:53am 3d-nyc:Nice way to start the week ,
♥ 8:53am Brian in UK:Nice one fxo for the little what I heard. 8:53am fxo:Parq: definitely "of a time", eh?
thanks for the cool responses. I'll be back, with a new webcast, next Monday.
Remember, this will be archived, in a few hours.
Glad we enjoyed our time, till next time...
peace in the valley.
8:54am northguineahills:Dope as per usual, Frank! ♥ 8:56am Guido (Cologne):NJoyed!
Hear you nex week. :-)