Favoriting The Cool Blue Flame with Little Danny: Playlist from July 7, 2016 Favoriting

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Postwar atmospherica.

Jazz modernism, mystical pop, electronic creaks & pulses, Latin rhythms, soundtrack & library moods, cinematic surf, exotica & instrumental curios, soul heartache, hypnotic blues & R&B, spoken trances, lonesome country & rock 'n' roll, strange scales, drones, haze.

Plus experimental and ephemeral moving image flotsam live-screened every week on the Flame-O-Scopeā„¢.

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Favoriting July 7, 2016

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Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
O Triangulo  Voce Que Nao Vem   Favoriting Nicola Conte Presents Viagem 3  '67   
Tenorio Jr  Nebulosa   Favoriting Embalo  '64  0:04:20 (Pop-up)
Mose Allison  Wild Man on the Loose   Favoriting 7" 45  mid-'60s, Mose comp.  0:05:45 (Pop-up)
Horace Parlan  Gongalegre   Favoriting Headin' South    0:06:18 (Pop-up)
Machito  Asia Minor   Favoriting 7" 45  mid-'50s  0:09:15 (Pop-up)
Pucho & the Latin Soul Brothers  Something Black   Favoriting Saffron and Soul  '67  0:15:05 (Pop-up)
Pete Terrace  Vibe Express   Favoriting 7" 45  '57  0:16:16 (Pop-up)
Joe Cuba Sextet  El Pito (I'll Never Go Back To Georgia)   Favoriting 7" 45  mid-'60s  0:19:32 (Pop-up)
Jimmy La Vaca  Anabacoa   Favoriting 7" 45    0:22:37 (Pop-up)
Bobby Valentin  Pa' Eso Bebes   Favoriting Let's Turn On  68  0:28:14 (Pop-up)
Luis Varona  Que Dichoso Es   Favoriting 7" 45    0:29:12 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
 

welcome to the club  

 

 

0:33:10 (Pop-up)
Bel-Aires  Ya Ha Be Be   Favoriting 7" 45  '67  0:39:34 (Pop-up)
Art Guy  Where You Gonna Go   Favoriting 7" 45  '66  0:40:02 (Pop-up)
Mike Konstan  This Time   Favoriting 7" 45    0:43:42 (Pop-up)
Allies  I'll Sell My Soul   Favoriting 7" 45    0:47:21 (Pop-up)
The Morning Tymes  On Top   Favoriting 7" 45    0:49:27 (Pop-up)
Bob Desper  Dry Up Those Tears   Favoriting 7" 45  early '70s, pre New Sounds LP  0:51:00 (Pop-up)
Ventures  Vibrations   Favoriting 7" 45  7" mix with extra flange/phasing!  0:55:05 (Pop-up)
Harumi  Talk About It   Favoriting 7" 45    0:59:51 (Pop-up)
Ducktails  Beach Point Pleasant   Favoriting 7" 45  2009, NJ!  1:00:55 (Pop-up)
Sinn Sisamouth  Apart From Beloved Lover   Favoriting Cambodian Rocks vol. 2    1:03:07 (Pop-up)
George Harrison  Greasy Legs   Favoriting Wonderwall Music  first Beatles solo LP  1:08:24 (Pop-up)
The Electronic Hole  The Golden Hour Part I   Favoriting Electronic Hole  '70, Phil Pearlman  1:11:07 (Pop-up)
Mario Molino  Jerk Beat   Favoriting Gli Angeli del 2000  '69, guitar/composer  1:13:29 (Pop-up)
Sounds of the City Experience  Stuff and Thangs   Favoriting 7" 45  '73, Bronx  1:16:19 (Pop-up)
Jackson Sisters  I Believe In Miracles   Favoriting 7" 45  Detroit via Los Angeles  1:22:02 (Pop-up)
Maryann Farra  Never Gonna Leave You   Favoriting Never Gonna Leave You  mid-'70s  1:25:01 (Pop-up)
Keith Mansfield  Sun Goddess   Favoriting Contempo  "Sensuous - Exotic" KPM, 1976  1:27:52 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
 

the wide open  

 

 

1:34:43 (Pop-up)
Iry Le June and His Accordian  Grande Bosco   Favoriting 7" 45  '56/'57  1:45:46 (Pop-up)
Cleveland Crochet and his Hillbilly Ramblers Featuring Shorty Le Blanc  Midnight Blues   Favoriting 7" 45  '58, Fiddle  1:48:07 (Pop-up)
Robert Bertrand and The Lake Charles Playboys  Drunkard's Two-Step   Favoriting 7" 45    1:50:41 (Pop-up)
Harry Carter  Rhythm In My Soul   Favoriting 7" 45  "The Rock 'n Roll Apache." '56  1:52:42 (Pop-up)
J. Gale and the Games  A Million Nothings   Favoriting 7" 45  J. Gale Kilgore  1:55:31 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
 

the jungle speaks  

 

 

1:59:56 (Pop-up)


Listener comments!

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melinda:

hello Danny!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:00pm
melinda:

and listeners!
Avatar 10:01pm
geezerette:

It's Cool Little Danny and the Flames!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:02pm
coelacanth:

hello Danny; and melissa;
and geezerette;
and listeners!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:05pm
Little Danny:

Melinda, geezerette, coelacanth: welcome to the club, friends. Here you will find a coolish warm and much comradery.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:06pm
Alex In Illinois:

HI y'all
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:07pm
Little Danny:

Heya Alex!
Avatar 10:10pm
geezerette:

Hey Little Danny melinda. coel,Alex and nightlife to come!
Avatar 10:24pm
geezerette:

Ay! La musica es muy caliente!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:43pm
melinda:

What would you call this style of music? Garage? I'm never sure what terms apply.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:45pm
Little Danny:

The Art Guy is tough to call. Maybe fuzzed-out folk-rock? It's quite unusual.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:46pm
Little Danny:

Hey folks - there's a severe thunderstorm coming this way, so if I disappear suddenly you'll know what's up!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:50pm
melinda:

I think folk-rock probably covers much of what I like.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:52pm
coelacanth:

if i was paid to give it a genre, which i generally hate to do, i'd call this (& the last one, at least) "60s garage psych".
Avatar 10:52pm
geezerette:

Hope you've got a flashlight!

This set all sounds like psychedelic pop to me.
Sort of blend of surf/folk/acid. Lately I think of it as Black Light music or Black Light Sunset Strip.
Avatar 10:54pm
geezerette:

With a sub-category of Surfadelic.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:55pm
coelacanth:

'seems to me,g, lately you think of it as tripping music!
- or, "fringe factory radio"!...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:55pm
melinda:

This confirms my suspicion that all these terms are rather fuzzy.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:56pm
melinda:

Surf is easier to identify.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:57pm
Little Danny:

Melinda, I would totally agree. There's so little that actually fits into tidy categories.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:57pm
melinda:

Though the Ventures are mixing it up a bit here.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:58pm
melinda:

Did anyone ever form a surf band called the Dentures? Seems like it should have happened.
Avatar 11:03pm
geezerette:

There was so much cross-pollination in music then.
A lot of Dick Dale's Surf has middle eastern motifs that became part of Surf in general; and The Beatles popularized sitar. Stones incorporated Moroccan music. There must be some great books about all of this.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:06pm
coelacanth:

the current incarnation of the ventures does include one of the founding members. if he got others of his age to form the rest of the band, it would be up to him to re-name it "the dentures".
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:06pm
Little Danny:

I think the remaining members of the Ventures would be well-advised to assume that name.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:07pm
Little Danny:

Oh shit, you beat me to it 'Coel!
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geezerette:

,,,and this gorgeous Cambodian synthesis. The Vietnam War is part of the story. Very complex & I'm no musicologist.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:07pm
Little Danny:

@geezerette - I don't think so. It needs to be done!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:08pm
coelacanth:

haha!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:13pm
melinda:

I didn't know the Ventures were still around in any form.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:16pm
coelacanth:

...but there still is plenty of cross-pollination... and back then it was happening so widely that it'd take a lot of intense research to trace. 'twould be a fun project though.
Avatar 11:18pm
geezerette:

Danny,there's such a strong resurgence of Acid related music now that someone somewhere must be working on it. I've been thinking,wondering a lot lately, what the reasons are for this massive flashback. There are some parallels to Viet Nam era.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:19pm
melinda:

So is there a difference between psych and acid?
Avatar 11:19pm
geezerette:

Coel, yeah it would require funding.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:21pm
Little Danny:

Melinda, I don't think so, but maybe in psych collectors' universe there is some distinction. I hear the word "psych" these days way more than "acid," for what it's worth.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:24pm
coelacanth:

g, i think it may be partly because commercial music sucks so bad now (worse than ever in history, in my opinion) that many people who appreciate actual music are digging into the past - deep enough to discover things that similarly minded folks didn't dig deep enough to find during the 80s or 90s, for example, when things were pretty bad, but not unbearable (for most people).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:26pm
Little Danny:

Right on, coel.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:29pm
melinda:

I'm not paying close attention to commercial music these days but I do get the impression that it is awful compared to 80s and 90s commercial stuff. Also the internet makes it easier for people who dig to share their finds.
Avatar 11:29pm
geezerette:

melinda: I think they're interchangeable;but maybe each drug has its sound,so maybe not. Acid was one hallucinogen and psychedelic describes the property of changing perception which a lot of drugs can do, each in different ways.
I promise to shut up now!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:32pm
coelacanth:

i think of "psych" as most of the first 6 songs in this set; and 13th floor elevators; the seeds; the pretty things; the count 5... when i think of "acid rock" i think of the jefferson airplane; the (early) grateful dead; the byrds, to some degree; big brother & the holding company...the "san francisco sound" in other words. maybe it's a little softer-edged than "psych" usually is (?) - but yeah, it's a fine line.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:33pm
coelacanth:

- and, what g said.
Avatar 11:33pm
geezerette:

Yeah,"Acid" is more specific.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:35pm
melinda:

I first misunderstood 'acid' when I was younger as meaning 'harsh and penetrating' even though I knew it also referred to LSD, so it's not a good descriptor for me, even though the finer distinctions listed here do make sense.
Avatar 11:41pm
hyde:

as usual, this show is amazing. also as usual, i can only make a cameo appearance. thanks for the show, it's fantastic.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:41pm
coelacanth:

i did too melinda! i thought "acid rock" was what i was to learn was "heavy metal"; which now of course is not "heavy metal" any more but "doom"! (ie: black sabbath)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:42pm
coelacanth:

Danny i really like your bed music.

...hi hyde!
Avatar 11:56pm
geezerette:

Howdy hyde!
'Night friends!
Danny,your Blue Flame is the Coolest. :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:00am
melinda:

coel I'm glad it wasn't just me then :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:01am
coelacanth:

Thanks - Great program Danny!

good night everyone
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:03am
melinda:

nite!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:03am
coelacanth:

- melinda, you nailed it "harsh and penetrating". if someone is too young or otherwise not inclined to know about the drug connection, it's a reasonable deduction!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:04am
Little Danny:

Thanks all, and thanks for listening! Love and an magical evening to y'all.
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