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Postwar atmospherica. High bop modernism and Afro-Latin sounds, twilight exotica and soundtrack moods, soul stompers and weepers, hypnotic R&B and blues, mystical '60s pop, lonely country, lonelier rock 'n' roll, instrumental weirdness, electronic creaking. Bringing worlds beyond into the worlds at hand.

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Options July 18, 2019

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
The Debonaires  Please Come Back Baby   Options 7" 45   
The Barons  Society Don't Let Us Down   Options 7" 45  0:02:08 (Pop‑up)
Al Pinckney & the Exclusives  Coasting   Options 7" 45  0:04:43 (Pop‑up)
The Touch  Not So Fine   Options 7" 45  0:08:52 (Pop‑up)
Surf Teens  Moment of Truth   Options Surf Mania with the Surf Teens  0:09:42 (Pop‑up)
The Eliminators  Malibu Wipeout   Options Liverpool! Dragsters!! Cycles!!! & Surfing!!!!  0:12:19 (Pop‑up)
Elliot Fisher and His Orchestra - Music Arranged by Hank Levine  Dr. No's Fantasy   Options Bang! Bang! Bang! "Thunderball" and Other Secret Agent Themes  0:14:22 (Pop‑up)
unknown artist  She Doesn't Need Your Money   Options Cambodian Cassette Archives: Khmer Folk & Pop Music Vol. 1  0:16:39 (Pop‑up)
The Answers  (It's) Just A Fear   Options 7" 45  0:20:19 (Pop‑up)
The Factory  Try A Little Sunshine   Options Electric Sugarcube Flashbacks, vol. 4  0:23:25 (Pop‑up)
Teenage Fanclub  Everything Flows   Options A Catholic Education  0:27:06 (Pop‑up)
The Miracle Workers  I'm Hung Up   Options 7" 33  0:32:31 (Pop‑up)
 
Music behind DJ:
 
jungle speaks     0:36:26 (Pop‑up)
Gimmicks  Ye-Me-Le   Options Gimmicks Of Sweden  0:47:14 (Pop‑up)
Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66  Celebration of the Sunrise   Options Stillness  0:52:19 (Pop‑up)
Federal Duck  Peace in My Mind   Options Federal Duck  0:53:52 (Pop‑up)
Gene Anderson and the Dynamic Psychedelics  I'll Follow You   Options 7" 45  0:56:55 (Pop‑up)
Buddy Collette - Chico Hamilton - Jimmy Hall - Curtis Counce - John Anderson - Gerald Wiggins  Tanganyika   Options Tanganyika: Modern Afro-American Jazz  0:59:50 (Pop‑up)
Tito Puente  Voodoo Dance at Midnight   Options Tambó  1:04:57 (Pop‑up)
Bobby Vince Paunetto  El Señor Sid   Options El Sonido Moderno Bobby Pauneto  1:07:02 (Pop‑up)
Koop (with Cecilia Stalin)  Waltz for Koop   Options Waltz for Koop  1:11:14 (Pop‑up)
Lee Konitz  Five, Four And Three   Options Stereokonitz  1:14:14 (Pop‑up)
Bud Shank featuring Carmell Jones and Bob Cooper  Barefoot Adventure   Options Barefoot Adventure  1:17:57 (Pop‑up)
The Be Bop Boys  Moody Speaks   Options 10" 78  1:21:58 (Pop‑up)
Tito Rodriguez And His Orchestra  Mambo Gee-Gee   Options 7" 45  1:24:24 (Pop‑up)
 
Music behind DJ:
 
bright groovy things     1:27:12 (Pop‑up)
Jeri Southern  Senor Blues   Options 7" 45  1:38:13 (Pop‑up)
The Gene Rains Group  Caravan   Options Far Across the Sea  1:39:37 (Pop‑up)
Ethel Azama  Lazy Afternoon   Options Exotic Dreams: Martin Denny Presents the Enticing Voice of Ethel Azama  1:42:56 (Pop‑up)
Josiah Steinbrick  (Two Bonangs, Coated Spheres, Piano, Two Synthesizers, Natural Objects)   Options Meeting Of Waters  1:45:58 (Pop‑up)
Elysian Spring  7th Sea   Options Elysian Spring  1:48:28 (Pop‑up)
Tonny Hymes And The Soul People  Time Ain't Gonna Do Me No Favor   Options 7" 45  1:53:58 (Pop‑up)
 
Music behind DJ:
 
isle of somewhere     1:57:53 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

Avatar 9:51pm Little Danny:

My friends. Hello.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:57pm chresti:

Hi Little Danny and the cool blues!
Avatar 10:00pm Flash Strap:

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

hi all
Avatar 10:00pm geezerette:

Hola!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:00pm fleep:

Greetings!
Avatar 10:01pm coelacanth∅:

hey Danny and flaming coolberries
Avatar 10:01pm TDK60:

I stayed up past Ten; wow, the night life!
Avatar 10:01pm Little Danny:

chresti, Flash, melinda, geez, fleep, coel. Hello, hello, hello.
Avatar 10:02pm Little Danny:

What do I need to play to keep you up 'til midnight, TDK?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:05pm doctorjazz:

Hi Danny and fellow listeners!
Avatar 10:06pm coelacanth∅:

stream interruption
but i think you're aware already
Avatar 10:06pm TDK60:

..you're already doing it Little Danny. Funny, there was a time my nights started at ten-thirty or eleven. I have known night life. woo...
Avatar 10:08pm Little Danny:

re: stream interruption. Weird. I'm not sure it was at my end that time. Back now though!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:09pm Uncle Michael:

The night light ain't no good light, but it's my light.
Avatar 10:09pm Little Danny:

Heya doc! Nice to have you here
Avatar 10:09pm Franco Twinkie:

With grease coated fingers I say hey!
Avatar 10:10pm Little Danny:

@TDK: Good! You're doing the right thing.
Avatar 10:11pm Little Danny:

Michael and Franco, two of my favorite weird uncles. Welcome!
Avatar 10:11pm coelacanth∅:

hey Franco
...twinkies were a bit greasy, as i remember
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:11pm doctorjazz:

Ì one channel or?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:12pm Uncle Michael:

Pull my finger.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:12pm doctorjazz:

Or did he just forget his band?
Avatar 10:13pm Little Danny:

All of my signals are coming in strong here, doc, but keep me updated
Avatar 10:13pm coelacanth∅:

you could hear his band playing outside
Avatar 10:14pm coelacanth∅:

(but the beer's in here, so...)
  10:15pm Dean:

Re: recent surf-like guitarists, do you know Jim Campilongo, LD?
Avatar 10:16pm Franco Twinkie:

Yes Coel, with industrial grade cooking oil. My sister and I would get a good glob of the fluffy white goo on our finger tip and wiggle it around and say it was our mom washing her hair.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:16pm Uncle Michael:

I'd like to hear an instrumental version of Thunderball. I'll bet the words still sound ridiculous.
Avatar 10:18pm Little Danny:

Hey Dean!! Don't know that name - a session cat?
Avatar 10:18pm Little Danny:

@UM: I almost just played the (instrumental) version of Thunderball from that same LP. It's bonkers, fantastic
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:19pm doctorjazz:

I've got stuff by this "Unknown Artist" on my PC! Lots!
Avatar 10:19pm geezerette:

My mind is dancing with a chilled glass of prosecco in one hand.
Actually, attempting to get some work done without inhibiting my mind. Knowhaddeyemean?
  10:19pm Dean:

Maybe, but I associate him with local Bay Area cats. I heard him at a bar up the street several years ago. But he has since moved east, I believe. A Telecaster master.
  10:21pm Dean:

Why, waddya know? Even New Yorker couldn't resist the rhyme: https://www.jimcampilongo.com/press.html
Avatar 10:21pm Little Danny:

Hi Geez! Next set will (I think) venture into more of a mellow clarity. Hope I can help w/the music either way.
Avatar 10:22pm geezerette:

LD, sounding great! No complaints!
Avatar 10:23pm Little Danny:

Thanks Dean, duly bookmarked. Definitely a new name to me, color me curious
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:24pm Uncle Michael:

OK, night light going out, here. See you all tomorrow.
  10:24pm Dean:

Speaking of color, you might want to start with his recent-ish record, Orange: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GY-DsfUYh64
Avatar 10:25pm Franco Twinkie:

In the morning bro.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:25pm chresti:

This is great
Avatar 10:25pm Little Danny:

Ha, doc, I have 100s of "unknown" albums, songs, and/or artists in my music library. Mostly due to East Asian music. It drives my OCD crazy either way
  10:25pm Dean:

(Recent in old man years, I suppose. It's 2010.)
Avatar 10:26pm Little Danny:

Don't you dare leave Michael. I'm not done here yet.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:26pm doctorjazz:

I saw Jim Campilongo a few years ago, opening for Wilco at The Kings Theater in Brooklyn (he was actually a last minute sub for Bill Frissell, who was stuck in Canada because of a Blizzard. He was very good (but would Havre preferred Frissell).
Avatar 10:26pm Little Danny:

Thanks chresti, I agree wholeheartedly!
Avatar 10:26pm Franco Twinkie:

Not the L.A. Factory, I think.
  10:28pm Dean:

That Khmer track? I was there during the mastering. They're not unknown. The female vocalist was, iirc, Tammy something. Guy was Duncan Swell.
Avatar 10:29pm Little Danny:

And not the Warhol Factory, either. (Nice L.A. Factory reference though!)
Avatar 10:30pm Little Danny:

Whoa, Dean, tell me more/everything. (The Cambodian guy was really named Duncan Swell?!)
  10:31pm Dean:

Yes. Have I also mentioned that I attended every Grateful Dead show ever?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:32pm doctorjazz:

Thought I saw you at all of those, Dean!
Avatar 10:33pm Little Danny:

Dammit Dean you got me all excited!
Avatar 10:33pm Franco Twinkie:

Dean,once again you lie like a rug! You were not at the show the dead did at my high school.
Avatar 10:34pm geezerette:

hahahaha... :)
Avatar 10:34pm Little Danny:

I like Sassy Dean just as much
Avatar 10:35pm Little Danny:

What a weirdo
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:35pm doctorjazz:

I actually did see Campilongo, though. It's the difference between finding someone random you don't expect, versus finding someone instead of someone you DID expect, and really were looking forward to (those expectations will do it every time).
Avatar 10:37pm Franco Twinkie:

I saw The Miracle Workers open for Arthur Lee. Top that you baloney miester.
  10:38pm Dean:

I forgive you, doc, for that time in Port Chester, March '70, when you spilled Dr. Pepper on my shirt.

I really did see Campilongo, too, at Ivy Room in Albany, CA. I can imagine the disappointment, but I enjoyed him.
  10:39pm Dean:

I can top it, Franco. I saw Zubin Mehta conduct the LA Phil at Whittier High School Auditorium.
Avatar 10:40pm Franco Twinkie:

Okay, that's pretty good.
Avatar 10:42pm Franco Twinkie:

I have to get another cup of coffee if we're going to have a cutting contest.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:42pm doctorjazz:

He could play, but the set by him (with bass/drum accompaniment, suspect it was a pick up band, unrehearsed) was fun for a bit, but became samey after a bit.
Avatar 10:45pm geezerette:

I saw Ravi Shankar at the Royal Albert Hall... or DID I...?
  10:46pm Dean:

I saw Lakshmi Shankar in Long Beach at an Indian cultural festival. I was jeans and t-shirt. Most of the women in the audience were in saris. One attendee sitting near me turned to me and said, "You're the most comfortable person here."
Avatar 10:47pm geezerette:

That's funny!
Avatar 10:48pm Little Danny:

Hahaha. Y'all can go much bigger!

I only really believe geez and franco, tho
  10:49pm Dean:

I'm telling you, @10:46 is true.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:49pm doctorjazz:

Sweden?
Avatar 10:51pm Little Danny:

@doc: yep!
Avatar 10:51pm Little Danny:

@franco: when did you see the Miracle Workers & Arthur Lee?
Avatar 10:52pm Franco Twinkie:

Don't even get me started on Indian music...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:52pm JtotheK:

hi! i saw Clyde Stubblefield and group at a concert in area park.
Avatar 10:52pm Little Danny:

THE BOY WHO CRIED KHMER
Avatar 10:53pm Little Danny:

Hi Jason!
  10:54pm Dean:

Bodhi Tree, dude. That was a haven for Indian music, but better yet were the shops in Artesia and Cerritos.
Avatar 10:54pm geezerette:

I saw Anoushka Shankar and her dad at the Alex Theater in Glendal,(!), and the women were like butterflies in their saris. My friend and I were dressed in black and felt very drab.
  10:55pm Dean:

"and her dad": that's priceless
Avatar 10:57pm geezerette:

R.I.P., the Bodhi Tree. Great used book section.
Avatar 10:57pm Franco Twinkie:

Twice, now that I think of it Danny. Club Lingerie, late 80's? Rajis just before they shipped Arthur off, 90's.
Avatar 10:57pm Little Danny:

I once "borrowed" a sitar from a dormitory music studio and... that's all I got

True story, tho! Got written up in my college's police beat. Proud/embarrassed
Avatar 10:58pm geezerette:

Didn't need to say the name twice.
  10:58pm Dean:

Indeed, geezerette. Not just a section, but an entire store annexed to the main store. I bought a ton of Nikhil Banerjee records there.
Avatar 10:59pm Little Danny:

@Franco: dang, hopefully A. Lee was okay shape, he had his struggles
Avatar 10:59pm geezerette:

I loved the extensive section on Hollywood. And the tea.
Avatar 11:01pm geezerette:

This is gorgeous.
Avatar 11:01pm Franco Twinkie:

Yes, I saw Arthur more that a few times when he was, how shall I say, a little under the weather.
Avatar 11:01pm Little Danny:

re: 10:57. I returned said sitar after three days, mind you. As was the plan.
  11:02pm Dean:

The incense...
Avatar 11:02pm geezerette:

:)
Avatar 11:02pm Little Danny:

@geez: absolutely. So somber and gorgeous and colorful
Avatar 11:03pm geezerette:

yes, exactly!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:04pm doctorjazz:

Tangential is pretty, great West Coast crew!
Avatar 11:05pm geezerette:

West Coast Jazz is like West Coast Art from the same period.
Avatar 11:05pm Little Danny:

Haha doc that autocorrect. And I agree!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:06pm doctorjazz:

Oops!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:06pm doctorjazz:

Have to check that stuff before hitting post.
Avatar 11:07pm Franco Twinkie:

Wallace Berman on vibes
Avatar 11:08pm Little Danny:

this Bobby Pauneto is for you, doc
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:08pm doctorjazz:

Been missing the good vibes.
  11:09pm Ignore Function:

Great vibes through the speakers as always, LD.
Avatar 11:09pm Little Danny:

@geez: Like instrumental surf music, I've been going thru a heavy West Coast jazz phase recently. Glad you dug!
Avatar 11:10pm Little Danny:

Ignore Function, love when you surface! Thanks, mate
Avatar 11:12pm geezerette:

LD, dug it the most! :)
  11:13pm Ignore Function:

I've been able to listen in real time a lot this month, which is a treat.
Avatar 11:13pm geezerette:

Franco! What an image!
  11:14pm Dean:

Is this a waltz?
Avatar 11:14pm Franco Twinkie:

I was waiting! I thought it flew over the radar.
Avatar 11:14pm geezerette:

Did you know him though?
Avatar 11:17pm Little Danny:

@Dean: don't know! I'm terrible with even the basics of music theory
Avatar 11:17pm Franco Twinkie:

No. I wish.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:17pm JtotheK:

Danny, did you spin Al Escobar and Eddie Jefferson tracks from 45 last week? Very jealous!!!
Avatar 11:18pm geezerette:

This Lee Konitz piece, also lovely.
Avatar 11:19pm geezerette:

This set, man! :D
Avatar 11:21pm Franco Twinkie:

Barefoot Adventure! I saw this at the drive-in by my house with Pacific Vibrations. Two surf classics from different words.
Avatar 11:22pm Little Danny:

Indeed, but neither were from 45 Jason
Avatar 11:23pm Little Danny:

@franco: an early Bruce Brown movie, pre-Endless Summer
  11:23pm Dean:

How many of the listeners have been to drive-ins? I'm not a movie-goer, but I once or twice move-goed to a drive-in.
  11:23pm Dean:

^movie-went
Avatar 11:24pm Franco Twinkie:

Yup! The album is great. On Wold Pacific.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:25pm JtotheK:

Both of those are on my 'I doubt I'll ever come across them' list. I do have Horace Silver Psych Sally on 45, though.
  11:26pm Dean:

Pretty sure I saw Papillon and Zardoz at drive-ins.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:27pm chresti:

I went to a few Drive ins. Saw Glass Bottom Boat
Avatar 11:28pm geezerette:

I have too, different times and places. There was one in the high desert. It hung on decades past it's time, sort of an outdoor Last Picture Show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:28pm JtotheK:

I recently watched 'In A Quiet Place' after reading 'In A Quiet Place.' And then fell asleep watching 'Mildred Pierce' after reading 'Mildred Pierce.' (And now Mildred isn't streaming - augh!) Next up on my to-watch movie list - Gaslight.
Avatar 11:28pm Franco Twinkie:

I lived in between two drive-ins, The Edgewood and The Vineland. Of course I saw lots of stuff with the family, but later with my friends as well.
  11:29pm Dean:

Franco, we all live in between two drive-ins. It's a logical necessity, so long as there are two drive-ins remaining.
  11:30pm Dean:

I'll shut up now.
Avatar 11:31pm geezerette:

A fun thing that almost had a revival. Drive-ins.
Avatar 11:32pm Franco Twinkie:

The Edgewood is gone. A Kaiser hospital is there now. The Vineland is still open! The last drive-in in Los Angeles county.
Avatar 11:32pm coelacanth∅:

i've seen some movies in vehicles, at drive-ins. 101 dalmatians...?...and my friends and i snuck into one a few times when i was a teenager (no vehicle). "the song remains the same" was one, but we got rowdy toward the end and got chased out.
Avatar 11:34pm coelacanth∅:

excuse me but does anyone here use mplayer? and is it complicated to install now? (i'm getting that impression, but years ago i used it and it was easy, and very good)
Avatar 11:35pm geezerette:

JtotheK, "In A Quiet Place" is one of my favorite films.
  11:35pm Dean:

In the series of official "bootleg" recordings he released near the end of his short life, dubbed Trail, Jimmy LaFave took the photographs for the covers, including long ago abandoned drive-ins. Poignant. RIP, Jimmy.
Avatar 11:37pm Franco Twinkie:

Yes! I was arrested by "The drive-in police" at The Vineland and dragged to the snack bar, then escorted to the street. I just snuck back in through the exit.
  11:38pm Dean:

Fuck the drive-in police.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:38pm JtotheK:

@Geez - I enjoyed it! Plus, I realized the scene where Bogey says "You annoy me" is the source for Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid...
Avatar 11:39pm geezerette:

Evidence of the 20th century is disappearing faster and faster. Tons of things I should've photographed.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:40pm chresti:

Gaslight is great.
Avatar 11:40pm coelacanth∅:

we climbed a fence then creeped up probably closer than we should've risked
Avatar 11:41pm Franco Twinkie:

I got the drive-ins covered. I was always taking pictures of pop trash.
Avatar 11:42pm geezerette:

JtotheK, wow!
And Chresti's right about "Gaslight".
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:42pm JtotheK:

@Chresti - I'm realizing I'm not all that well versed in 40s/50s/60s cinema, so much to check out!
  11:43pm Dean:

Yes and no, geezerette. For one thing, we impose century divisions onto history, which has no respect for these arbitrary breaks. But the problem really explodes in the 21st. Everybody--and I mean EVERYBODY--should read Cliff Lynch's article about stewardship of cultural artifacts in our time: https://firstmonday.org/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/8097/6583
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:46pm JtotheK:

@Dean, seems similar to a paper I want write - 'Stewardship in the age of Al Gore's Rhythm'. I have the title, anyway.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:46pm chresti:

There seem to be more outdoor movie watching places, though
Avatar 11:46pm Franco Twinkie:

This kid that lived down the street had a VW Trasnsport. We would fill the back with patio chairs, all kick in 50 cents and then we could enjoy three movies on the up and up.
  11:47pm Dean:

rim shot
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:47pm JtotheK:

This Ethel Azama LP was in area record shop and I foolishly passed on it, thinking I'd pick up 'some other time'. AND THEN IT WAS GONE.
Avatar 11:48pm coelacanth∅:

have i mentioned that i've been to every Ethel Azama show ever?
Avatar 11:49pm geezerette:

Dean, thanks! It's a long, complex conversation. Maybe we'll revisit it. One of the things I love Noir films for is those glimpses of architecture that hung around long enough to seem permanent.
Avatar 11:49pm Little Danny:

It's a very good album, Jason. But it'll turn up on eBay or discogs with a bit of patience
Avatar 11:50pm geezerette:

haha! :) Coel!
Avatar 11:50pm Little Danny:

@geez: Lovely sentiment @11:49
Avatar 11:51pm Franco Twinkie:

Have I mentioned that I saw Ethel Meatplow and Ethel merman at the Edgewood Drive-in?
  11:52pm Dean:

geezerette, I once seriously considered studying architectural history, formally, but soon recognized various skills lacking. However, I continue to explore, and I just recently checked out a book about 19th century architecture in Lowell, MA, which intrigues me.
Avatar 11:52pm geezerette:

LD, Lazy Afternoon is one of my favorite songs. Lovely version.

Great show!!!
Avatar 11:53pm Little Danny:

I've never heard a bad version, geez. Thank you!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:55pm chresti:

Fantastic Danny, thanks!
Avatar 11:55pm geezerette:

Dean, continuing conversation, I hope.

Love hanging out with everybody.
Avatar 11:55pm Franco Twinkie:

But this is for reals, man, I did see Davey Allen And The Arrows AND Korla Pandit at the Foorhill Drive-in, in Azuza. Also, they showed Skaterdater, a very early skateboard movie.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:56pm JtotheK:

enjoyed the show, thanks Danny! enjoyed chatting with you all, cheers everyone!
Avatar 11:56pm Little Danny:

@franco: Awesome. And with a great soundtrack, Skaterdater.
Avatar 11:57pm geezerette:

Franco,WOW!!!
Avatar 11:57pm coelacanth∅:

i have an at the drive-in cd...
Avatar 12:02am coelacanth∅:

Thanks Danny! take care everyone
Avatar 12:02am Franco Twinkie:

Goo nite all.
Avatar 12:03am Little Danny:

Once again lost track of the comments whizzing by
Avatar 12:04am Little Danny:

Thank you luvs, and g'night! See y'all around!
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