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Options February 6, 2017

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Träd, Gräs och Stenar  Last Time   Options Mors Mors  Anthology Recordings  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Quicksilver Messenger Service  Who Do You Love Suite   Options Happy Trails  Capitol  0:08:54 (Pop‑up)
Blue Mountain Eagle  No Regrets   Options Blue Mountain Eagle  ATCO  0:33:49 (Pop‑up)
Green  Sunrise #7   Options Green  ATCO  0:38:07 (Pop‑up)
Burnt Suite  Got Time   Options Burnt Suite  Void  0:41:32 (Pop‑up)
Tommy Flanders  Sleepin'   Options The Moonstone  Verve  0:45:20 (Pop‑up)
Bruce Hamana  One Night   Options Hamana  World in Sound  0:49:01 (Pop‑up)
Hot Tuna  Sunny Day Strut   Options Burgers  Grunt  0:51:54 (Pop‑up)
Electronic Hole  Love Will Find A Way Part III   Options The Electronic Hole  Radish  1:03:19 (Pop‑up)
Ryley Walker / Bill MacKay / Michael Zerang  Blues for Arthur   Options The Hideout, Chicago, IL, 1/28/2017  Sweet Blahg  1:08:46 (Pop‑up)
Xhol Caravan  Untitled (Live at WDR Radio 1969)   Options Motherfuckers Live  Streamline  1:27:02 (Pop‑up)
Taming Power  27-12-98 / 6-3-99 II   Options Twenty-One Pieces  Early Morning Records  1:41:34 (Pop‑up)
Roedelius  Remember Those Days   Options Selbstportrait VI  Bureau B  1:46:03 (Pop‑up)
Sagas  Nimbus Silhouettes   Options Red in the Hollow  Biological Radio  1:51:44 (Pop‑up)
Tom Armstrong  Winter Lament   Options The Sky Is An Empty Eye  Dharma Bums  1:56:56 (Pop‑up)
Anthony Pasquarosa and John Moloney  Astral Travelling   Options My Pharoah, My King  Feeding Tube  2:07:23 (Pop‑up)
Oriental Sunshine  My Way to Be Hurt   Options Dedicated to the Bird We Love  Phillips  2:13:46 (Pop‑up)
Barney Wilen  Chechaoun   Options Moshi  Souffle Continu  2:16:55 (Pop‑up)
Sandy Bull  Carnival Jump   Options The Essential Sandy Bull  Vanguard  2:29:23 (Pop‑up)
Emtidi  Let the Joint Go 'Round   Options Emtidi  Wah Wah  2:37:52 (Pop‑up)
Wilcox, Sullivan, Wilcox  Little Man   Options An Album of Original Music  Goldust  2:42:56 (Pop‑up)
Joe Weaver and Friends  Come on Down   Options The Wind in the Spumoni Trees  Branco  2:46:32 (Pop‑up)
Lake Mary  Watermelon or You!! My Love   Options TBD  TBD  2:55:14 (Pop‑up)
William C Beeley  And Then I'll Be Gone   Options Gallavantin  North Park  2:58:28 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:03am Linda Lee:

hello Jeff! enjoying this take on 'Last Time' very much! one of my fave pop tunes.
Avatar 12:05am Jennifer_PNW:

Good evening, everyone
Avatar 12:06am Jeff Conklin:

Hi, Linda, glad yr digging this raggedy psychedelic take
Avatar 12:06am Jeff Conklin:

Hey, Jen, and everybody
Avatar 12:08am Hagbard Celine:

Hello all
  12:11am fredr:

Morning Jeff! Loving the QSMS. Happy trails was one of the first psychedelic albums I bought back in the late 70's!
Avatar 12:14am Jeff Conklin:

@fredr: Nice. I believe Richard Lloyd and Tom Verlaine were big proponents of the QMS
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:16am Aitch:

Hey Jeff, listening live for a change. Need cool music, boiling here.
Avatar 12:17am Jennifer_PNW:

@Jeff: One reason why I loved Television so much, their fine musical tastes
  12:17am Brent.:

This QMS is mental.
Avatar 12:20am Jennifer_PNW:

Perfect song for burning Palo Santo.
Avatar 12:21am Jeff Conklin:

@Aitch: Hey man! Glad to have you
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:22am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Often think of how the Fillmores & that scene brought better P.A.s & sound - & practically demanded bands play longer for acidheads whathaveyou...a real advance for Rawk that 'Hippiedom' isn't always credited for in people's stereotypes...
Avatar 12:23am Jeff Conklin:

@Revolution: Good point. We can thank Owsley and the Dead mostly for that ;)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:29am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Yes - Owsley as mad soundman. I think of The Dead then as like Disney when he was alive (?) - putting the last success back into some new larger trip... John Cipollina is exalted as a Psych Guitarist who wasn't all about distortion : en.wikipedia.org... - hence the connection to Television & such. @ Terrastock V we saw the Japanese band named Ghost - & their guitarist had people making the comparison to JC as praise...
Avatar 12:31am Jeff Conklin:

Funny you mention Ghost/Kurihara, I was going to say Cippolina is so underrated except by the Japanese guitarists who came up in the 80s/90s, seems all of them loved John's playing.
  12:33am johnk77:

quicksilver and many others play pepperland
in san rafael ca
http://cryptdev.blogspot.com/2011/02/pepperland-then-and-now.html has pictures of one of the first meyer sound installs
owsley was called bear when i met him
in the mid seventies
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:33am Aitch:

Always listen, just usually on delay. You start 4:00PM here Monday afternoon -I'm in the future. Sadly you do not not get lucky tonight!
  12:34am bbb:

Hi Jeff & everyone...Ghost were awesome. Yeah, Cipollina seems to be underrated in comparison to other SF psych guitarists of that time.
Avatar 12:34am Hagbard Celine:

Hey, hey. Saw Ghost once myself.
Avatar 12:38am Jennifer_PNW:

Hmmm, not familiar with Blue Mountain Eagle. Great track though, will check that out.
  12:38am johnk77:

both john and his half-brother mario
were killer live players
mario probably still is
john rip
copperhead was also great live
Avatar 12:39am Jennifer_PNW:

@Hagbard : How was Ghost live? Just picked up Batoh's "Collected Works" the other day.
  12:39am johnk77:

great work tonight selecter jeff
  12:40am Mario:

Good morning, Jeff and evryone.
Beautiful song by Green.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:43am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Ghost was way kewl when I saw them - three whole days of AltPsych @ TerrastockV. There's @ least one other band named 'Ghost'...Neat-o link johnk77. Yes - that damned dancing bear is referencing the great Owsley.
Avatar 12:43am Hagbard Celine:

@Jennifer Ghost was great. I was a long time ago. Sometime around '92 or '93. I was really into them and several other Japanese psyche guitar bands at the time. I remember loving the show.
Avatar 12:46am Jennifer_PNW:

@Hagbard and @Rabbit : Very cool!
Avatar 12:47am Jeff Conklin:

Saw Ghost about 15 years ago, they were amazing. The great PG Six opened the show at the Knitting Factory when it was still on Leonard St in Manhattan. Jack Rose might've played too
Avatar 12:49am Hagbard Celine:

@Jeff. Sounds great! I got to see the great PG Six along with Tower Recordings at around that same time as that Ghost show I mentioned. Great shows.
Avatar 12:50am Hagbard Celine:

at the same place even
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:53am Tome:

Tuna yea
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:56am Aitch:

Thought you'd nodded-off there for a minute.
Avatar 1:03am Jennifer_PNW:

  1:04am bbb:

Love this Electronic Hole song! I only first heard it around 5 years ago.
Avatar 1:06am Jennifer_PNW:

I've been open to other formats besides vinyl for a long time, now. Sadly, the prices are a bit out of my reach as of late. Anyone else feel the same?
  1:08am bbb:

Yeah, I'm not picky about format. Maybe because I'm old enough to have lived through so many different kinds!
  1:10am bbb:

And yeah, the prices of new vinyl releases are high.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:15am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Funny - vinyl in the Rawk Era was very affordable - & thus the industry & the music itself thrived. In our world now - vinyl's the artisanal biscuit...
Avatar 1:17am Jennifer_PNW:

@Rabbit : so true..."artisanal biscuit"
Avatar 1:19am Jennifer_PNW:

Killer live track
The Hideout is one of my favorite spots in Chicago
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:19am Scraps:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:32am ausmanx:

chris cutler told me a couple of years back that there was a reason ReR didn't release things on vinyl - that you can only fit a fraction of the dynamic range on it compared to CD. a few others have echoed that, which is good enough for me. and yeah, some vinyl prices are just silly and greedy these days.
Avatar 2:09am terribilia:

Avatar 2:13am Eiderdown:

Morning Jeff! Tuning in to the tail end here...and loving this Pasquarosa/Moloney track!
Avatar 2:24am Jeff Conklin:

Thanks for checking in, Adam. Everybody else got scared away and/or went to sleep
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:24am sinister dexter:

loving the show .... wife and i realy having fun ... thanks Jeff ... longtime archive listeners
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:26am Scraps:

Jeff: Nope. But I'm sometimes lying down listening, which interferes with my posting
Avatar 2:29am Jeff Conklin:


Avatar 2:31am Jennifer_PNW:

Cool show, Jeff! G'night everyone
  2:41am MattW:

More goodness, Jeff. Thanks for helping to get Monday started right.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:55am Scraps:

Thank you.
Avatar 2:56am Eiderdown:

Goodnight Jeff!
Avatar 2:58am Jeff Conklin:

Thanks, everybody. Be well...
Avatar 9:36pm tuner fish:

It's so great to be able to hear Walker/MacKay/&Zerang again - I was at that show and it was a powerful vibe.
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