Friday, April 17, 2009

MUSIC FROM THE UNDERGROUND 4/17/2009

So I subbed a KAOS show for the first time in a long time. It was a lot of fun. I totally have no time for it, but it was fun to splash around in the metaphoric pool nonetheless.

Here's what I played:

Artist - Song - Album - Label

Marmalade / Kaleidoscope /Rainbow: The Decca Years / Castle
Apples in Stereo / Dreams / Electronic Projects for Musicians / YepRoc
Val McKenna / House for Sale / Sassy and Stonefree: Dream Babes, Vol. 6 / RPM
April March & The Makers / Sad Little Bug / April March Sings Along With The Makers / Sympathy for the Record Industry
The Small Faces / Afterglow (of your love) / Ogden's Nut Flake Gone / Immediate Records
Bone Cellar / Dryrot / Now that it's all over / {your name here}

Enoch Light / Petite Paulette / Spaced Out / Project 3

Music Machine / Point of No Return / Unknown Legends of Rock 'n' Roll (v\a)
13th Floor Elevators / Scarlet and Gold / Bull of the Woods / Decal
Lovin' Spoonful / Voodoo in my Basement / Hums of the Lovin' Spoonful / Kama Sutra
Love / Bummer in the Summer / Forever Changes / Rhino

Manfred HΓΌber & Siegried Schwab / The Lions and the Cucumber / Vampyros Lesbos Sexadelic Dance Party / Crippled Dick Hot Wax

Flight of the Conchords / Prince of Parties / Flight of the Conchords / Sub Pop
The Mode / Eastern Music / Rubble Collection Vol. 1 (v/a) / Bam Caruso
Enoch Light / Get Back / Spaced Out / Project 3
Pink Floyd / Apples and Oranges / Piper at the Gates of Dawn (Deluxe Edition) / Capitol
Donovan / What a beautiful creature you are / Hurdy Gurdy Man / EMI
Hood / end of one train working / outside closer / domino
Robyn Hitchcock / Shimmering Distant Love / I Wanna Go Backwards / YepRoc
T-Rex / Sun Eye / Peel Sessions / Strange Fruit
Plasticland / Wonder Wonderful Wonderland / Wonder Wonderful Wonderland / Pink Dust
The Double U / Sing for Your Brown Supper / Absurd Fjord / The Communion Label

Dungen / Svart Ar Himlen / Tio Bitar / Kemado
Peter Cook & Dudley Moore / Bedazzled / The Score (v/a) / Mojo
Paul Roland / Matilda Mother / Danse Macabre / Bam Caruso
Pink Floyd / The Red Queen Theme (take 2) / The Complete Zabriski Point Sessions
Soft Boys / The Yodelling Hoover / Raw Cuts / Overground

The Brass Ring / Don't Sleep in the Subway / The Now Sound of the Brass Ring featuring Phil Bodner / Dunhill

Cul de sac / Electar / ECIM / Strange Attractors Audio House
Sonic Youth / Hits of Sunshine (for Alan Ginsburg) / A Thousand Leaves / DGC


"And so it goes..."

Friday, September 19, 2008

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Saturday, June 07, 2008

Post Number One Hundred

Hello Blog,

My wife and child have been away on a mini vacation for 2 days now. I guess that means that I'm decompressed enough to write a blog entry. All this solitude is sure weird on the mind. Granted, I've been sick and that's a large part of my foggy headedness, (spell check doesn't like my new word) but I don't think I function very well in the absence of family. I don't tend to get much done. All this free time and no motivation. It'd be funny if it weren't so annoying.

I guess I'm being hard on myself. I am sick and I did get a lot of reading done today. I finished reading "Blue Latitudes: Boldly Going Where Captain Cook Has Gone Before" by Tony Horwitz which I started three weeks ago. I don't get a lot of reading done when the family is around. It was a fun read. I think that it's anecdotal style gave me a much better sense of Cook that I previously had. I've also been listening to Horwitz' previous book "Confederates in the Attic" as an audio book for the past few weeks. I'm enjoying it also though not as much as the Cook book. God, I loved getting to type that last sentence. I swear that that was unintentional.

I went for a long walk tonight instead of running like I usually do and it was nice. I walked along the railroad tracks that pass near my house. Don't worry, there are almost never trains on them. I had been wanting to do that soon because I'm afraid that it's going to become a much more dangerous affair once Tacoma Rail opens up its new logistics center or whatever-the-hell-it's-going-to-be in Maytown. The whole time that I'd been envisioning the facility I'd been mistakenly thinking that the rail line in question was the BNSF line that AMTRAK and all the other north-south freight in the region runs on. Unfortunately, no. The line that they're talking about expanding is the hitherto derelict very same (duh) Tacoma Rail line that runs 400 yards from my house. Bummer. That is going to be loud. And inconvenient. The tracks cross lots of roads in the Yelm-Rainier-Tenino area with only cursory crossing signs. Lots of people have little or no memory of trains passing by. I foresee a lot of accidents.

Anyway, I took a very nice walk on the tracks since I might not have very long to do so in relative safety. It was a nice night for it.

I'm off to bed.

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Day 13


Day 13
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I don't know about this project. Who has time?

Monday, March 10, 2008

Day 10


Day 10
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Yoga

Day 9


Day 9
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My hand in the foreground and my disco diva daughter in the frame.

Sunday, March 09, 2008

Day 8


Day 8
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