Bob Brainen's playlist March 3, 2018 E-mail Bob Brainen
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Artist Track Album / Format Year Comments Approx. start time Hank Levine w/ Timothy Leary Image, Part One / The Psychedelic Experience (CD-R) 1961 / 1966 0:00:00 Pop‑up) Youngbloods Darkness, Darkness Elephant Mountain (CD) 1969 0:02:09 Pop‑up) Richie Havens Morning, Morning Mixed Bag (LP) 1966 0:05:44 Pop‑up) Mike Harrison [w/Junkyard Angel] Wait Until The Morning MIke Harrison (CD) 1971 / 1998 0:08:19 Pop‑up) 3 Leg Torso Zemer Attic / Tanz Tanz Yiddelach Astor In Paris (CD) 2003 0:12:19 Pop‑up) Herman's Hermits My Reservation's Been Confirmed Both Sides Of... (LP) 1966 0:16:58 Pop‑up) Jefferson Airplane The Ballad of You & Me & Pooneil After Bathing At Baxters (LP) 1968 0:19:46 Pop‑up) Sonny Simmons & Moksha Samnyasin Help Them Through This World  Nomadic (CD) 2014 0:24:13 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"birds @ 302 Chestnut"
0:26:57 Pop‑up) Rolling Stones Now I've Got A Witness (LIke Uncle Phil & Uncle Gene) In Mono (CD box set) 1964 / 2016 Brian Jones-harp Gene Pitney-piano, Stu-organ & Phil Spector too... 0:37:22 Pop‑up) Dukes of Stratosphear You're My Drug Psonic Psunspot (LP) 1987 0:39:45 Pop‑up) Jack Trombey Eye For An Eye Z Patrol / Eye For An Eye 1959-1975 (CD) ? / 2002 VAR 0:43:18 Pop‑up) Georgie Fame & Allan Price Blue Condition Price & Fame / Fame & Price Together (LP) 1971 0:48:52 Pop‑up) Bud Powell Dance of the Infidels The Amazing... (LP) 1955 0:49:50 Pop‑up) Canned Heat Rollin' & Tumblin' Canned Heat (LP) 1967 1st lp, 1st side, 1st song 0:52:57 Pop‑up) Paul Butterfield Blues Band Good Morning Little Schoolgirl What's Shakin' (LP) 1966 VAR 0:55:39 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"Bob Brainen's Soul 'n RnB tape"
0:56:12 Pop‑up) Prelude After The Goldrush The Alt-tune-iverse [Bob Brainen 2018 Fundraiser Premium CD] (CD) * 1974 / 2018 1:13:59 Pop‑up) Jon Brion Walking Pepper Wilson (MP3) 2016 OST 1:16:48 Pop‑up) Lovin' Spoonful Coconut Grove Hums Of The... (LP) 1966 1:21:03 Pop‑up) Oregon Sail Music of Another Present Era (LP) 1972 1:23:21 Pop‑up) Spirit Straight Arrow Spirit (CD) 1968 / 1998 1:25:32 Pop‑up) Jimmy Kelly Jersey City Baby (45) ca. 1961 1:28:26 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
1:28:47 Pop‑up) Tommy Keene Back To Zero Now Places That Are Gone (EP) 1984 A belated R.I.P. to Tommy
(passed on Nov. 22nd)
1:40:45 Pop‑up) Erik Satie Nocturne #5 Pieces Pour Piano (CD) 1919 / 1985 1:44:04 Pop‑up) Doug Wieselman Theme H Dimly Lit (CD) 2003 1:46:29 Pop‑up) Ron Frangipane and his Orchestra And When I Die The Music Of Laura Nyro (LP) 1971 1:48:53 Pop‑up) NRBQ Captain Lou High Noon-A 50-Year Retrospective-Update (2LP) * 1983 / 2017 1:51:52 Pop‑up) David Greenberger and Prime Lens Unficticious Wet Monkeys My Thoughts Approximately (CD) * 2017 1:56:31 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
(* = new, The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
9:02am 1whoknewcthulhu:Good morning, Bob and all. Looking forward to Bob-bob-bobbing along. 9:04am cthuluknewmetoo:what he said... 9:05am 1whoknewcthulhu:Mon brer! 9:06am Jack:Damn that's good! 9:07am TDK60:Morning Jersey Bob. Darkness Darkness a great cut. Richie H. doing The Fugs too! RIP Richie and Tuli Kupferberg. 9:07am Sem:Thank you for Mr. Havens at this moment, Bob. ♥ 9:14am melinda:Good morning morning all! 9:15am TDK60:Spilling the age beans, but I did see Richie Haven's "Mixed Bag" residency at the great Café Au Go Go when a mere lad. 9:17am SmokinJ:Mornin' all! 9:18am Nanker de Tucson:Herman's Hermits sound sometimes surprises me, or they seem more versatile than expected. 9:20am TDK60:Fasten your psychic seatbelts folks for the Airplane. ♥ 9:21am annie:that piano lilt in the richie havens tune just get me in the gut, such sweet phrasing.. 9:21am exile-on-hicks-street:Seat backs are up and tray tables are in their upright and locked position... ♥ 9:22am annie:you can keep the Starship, i'll take Airplane anyday 9:23am TDK60:Annie I'm with you. ♥ 9:24am melinda:Imagine hearing Starship first and then learning about Airplane. 9:25am Jack:Don't forget Hot Tuna! ♥ 9:27am annie:that would be a shock to the system, melinda, it would be similar to robbie the robot's "it does not compute" response. 9:30am TDK60:Tho I include Starship's
"Blows" and Kantner- Slick's first three duo LPs as more Airplane.
9:30am exile-on-hicks-street:@Melinda - I knew Marty Balin from his song “Hearts” first, then Starship and Jefferson Starship (whom I saw perform and both open AND close with “We Built This City”) and then the Airplane. 9:31am exile-on-hicks-street:Not if sure if my timeline is more tragic or less. 9:32am Kevin:Morning Bob, I was hiking in the woods along the Hudson yesterday and that JA song was in my head, Thanks 9:36am Todd-o-phonic Todd:Glad to see "My Reservation's Been Confirmed" in heavy rotation. 9:36am TDK60:Powerful it was, Richie in '66. ♥ 9:36am Corey:Good morning all from Michigan. 9:37am TDK60:It's a damn great rock instrumental! Perked my ears way back. 9:38am TDK60:C'mon folks turn it up! ♥ 9:41am annie:every show, almost every show of yours, bob, takes me back to smoky living rooms of the sixties and seventies, laid-back and smokin' one. 9:43am Leelee:New here, hi all, I hear XTC in this Dukes of Stratosphere! ♥ 9:46am annie:hey leelee, welcome!! ... well, the expenditure of these laptop speakers was well worth it.... great sound...i bought them in staples, bad luck with them up until now.. 9:50am Leelee:Thanks @Annie! Happy to be listening in my car right now, in a Dunkin D pkg lot :)
For weekday/workday FMU listening I’m at the mercy of earbuds. But I’ll take it however I can get it!
♥ 9:50am melinda:@exile I know what you mean. It can be very rewarding to discover that a band you're aware of had a previous and superior incarnation. 9:55am TDK60:Those L.A. blues hippies ♥ 9:58am Ken From Hyde Park:Clouds thinning out a little. Spring trying to overpower winter's snowy grip. 10:01am Moe:Butterfield had my eleven year old daughter and big Katy Perry fan, boogieing all over the kitchen... 10:02am TDK60:Al Wilson was incredible. ♥ 10:04am unpopularfred:Sonny Rollins was only 19 on that Bub Powell session 10:08am TDK60:Check out "Owl" Wilson's interplay with John Lee Hooker on "Hooker 'n Heat." 10:12am WilliamfromDumont:There's a whole bunch of outakes from the Pitney/Spector sessions. Mostly instrumental jams. 10:14am Todd-o-phonic Todd:YOU TEXT?!!? 10:14am TDK60:Texting? Phone calls? Hands on the tone arm and volume knobs please. 10:15am Moe:saw the original heat a few times and what killed the band was the tune, The Boogie, when they became popular, the crowd wouldn't let them play anything else... it got so bad with people yelling for the Boogie, that the Bear pleaded one night that they had plenty of other songs and give them a listen... it didn't help... ♥ 10:21am annie:i'll have to remember to get your premium, bob... 10:22am bnowb:loved that JonBrion song reminded me of Brian Protheroe.. 10:28am Doc Rock:Good Morning All. Under the weather,
But Listening. R U Out There Jeff?
♥ 10:29am Greg from ZONE 5:Morning, Bob! Hope you're enjoying the calm before the storm… 10:30am SmokinJ:Dyno mix today bb.. Great set! 10:38am TDK60:Daydream is good. 10:38am Jeff:Hey Doc, I’m here; feel better 10:45am davefromtoronto:loving the satie you've been playing lately.
is that the same guy playing as before?
10:46am mrmucho:thanks for spinning "Back to Zero", Chilton himself couldn't have done that one better 10:52am WilliamfromDumont:This show just flew by. Great one, Bob! 10:54am Nanker de Tucson:Great show today, BobB ! 11:22pm Kaman:That was Canned Heat’s first single as well