DMR 04 11 13 playlist
Secret Chiefs 3 "The Three","The 4 (The Great Israqi Sun)"(show theme song) from the cd "Book of Horizons" (Web of Mimicry)
Malaikat Dan Singa "Open the Crown" from the cd "Open the Crown"
Secret Chiefs 3 "Beyond the Mountain Qaf" from the cd "Hurqalya: 2nd Grand Constitution and Bylaws"
23 Skidoo "Sirens" and "Helicopters" from the cd "Urban Gamelan"
Malaikat Dan Singa "I Create in the Broken System" from the cd "Open the Crown"
Duda Kasmaran Gamelan music from a cassette from Bali
live set and interview with Invisible Path (Michael Bailey and Nicholas Rossi) (Celestial Tomes label)
Ojo Sembrono "Jaranan" from Indonesia
live set and interview with Tom Hall
unknown Indian musicians "Ghoomar" from the cd "India: Traveling Artists of the Desert, The Vernacular Musical Culture of Rajashan"
Lichens "M St R Ng W Tchcr Ft L V Ng N Sp R T" from the cd "Omns"
Astronovazz from cassette
T. Soltan Qalebov and S. Tawarov (Tajik) "Madh" from the cd "The Silk Road: A Musical Caravan" (Smithsonian Folkways)
The Chill Room, 8 March 2013, 10pm PST on killradio.org.
192k, 135 minutes, the Zappa set I've always wanted to hear
My special guest is H.T. (Tom) Brown, old friend and co-worker. Tom has been a major Frank Zappa fanatic since 1966. He compiled the Zappa Beat The Boots box sets for Rhino Records. His house in Venice was known for years as the Zappa Museum! And he has published Confessions of a Zappa Fanatic, his second book. I invited Tom to sit in with me and play his ultimate Zappa music set, and this is it. Arf! Includes tributes from Zappa musicians and friends, and some amazing music that has never even been booted. Over two hours of wonder from the guy who said he didn't want to be remembered. But it's not up to him.
Set list: All tracks by Frank Zappa and/or the Mothers of Invention unless otherwise noted. Frank's Introduction / It Can't Happen Here (Mothermania edit) / The Rudy Schwartz Project-Frank / Don Preston (with special guest Jimmy Carl Black)-What Was Zappa Really Like? / The Penguins-Memories of El Monte (written by Frank with Ray Collins) / Finnish TV interview from 1974 / Wipeout (6 Dec 1968 Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles) / Help I'm a Rock (25 Oct 1968 Royal Albert Hall, London) / Arthur Barrow & Robert Williams-Trouble Every Day / Brown Shoes Don't Make It (Absolutely Free) / You're A Lonely Little Girl (45 mix 1967) / Dog Breath (45 mix 1969) / Village of the Sun_Echidna's Arf (Of You)_Don't You Ever Wash That Thing? (Roxy LA Dec 1973, from Roxy and Elsewhere) / Dumb All Over (You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol. 1) / Larry Fischer at the Movies / Any Downers (from the 75-76 band, unreleased) / Cruising for Burgers (alternate version 1977 unreleased) / Peaches En Regalia (Hot Rats) / Ensemble Modern-Hyperprism (Varese track produced July 1993 by Frank, his last production) / 1993 Today Show interview with Jamie Grangel / Strictly Genteel (Finale from 200 Motels)
Tom's book Confessions of a Zappa Fanatic is available on Amazon. Search for the title (or just "Zappa fanatic") and you will find it.
TV dinner by the pool, I'm so glad I finished school.
Be a loyal plastic robot for a world that doesn't care.
Episode 8: Never Saw it Comin’
We had a lot of surprises on this episode of Unseen Legion Radio. First, we got a nice call all the way from ENGLAND! That’s right, England. The country with London in it. Gotta love that random love from across the pond. Then, just when Tommy Blak was getting into an epic set… his system froze. Order was restored only to see DJ Earl-E experience technical difficulties of his own later in the night. Thru it all, professionalism and love prevailed, with assists from the crew, DJJD and Robin Harris to give us plenty to laugh about. Lots of firsts in this episode. First dubstep we’ve played, first guest DJ, first international call-in… Plus good music, good vibes and good convo with good people. But you probably saw that coming from across town. This is Unseen Legion Radio, after all. Enjoy, y’all
Welcome to "At The Show" from killradio.org with your host Bob.
This week is a very special show. These two concerts in their entirety were the first times that The Who ever played Tommy live in concert, and the first time Pink Floyd performed Dark Side of the Moon in concert. And a special uncore.
Show 19 Set list
The Who - Tommy - Concertgebouw, Amsterdam - 1969-09-29 51:45m
01 - Overture
02 - It's A Boy
03 - 1921
04 - Amazing Journey - Sparks
05 - Eyesight To The Blind (The Hawker)
06 - Christmas
07 - The Acid Queen
08 - Pinball Wizard
09 - Do You Think It's Alright
10 - Fiddle About
11 - Tommy Can You Hear Me
12 - There's A Doctor
13 - Go To The Mirror
14 - Tommy Can You Hear Me - Smash The Mirror
15 - Miracle Cure
16 - Sally Simpson
17 - I'm Free
18 - Tommy's Holiday Camp
19 - We're Not Gonna Take It (Listening To You, See Me, Feel Me)
Pink Floyd - DSOTM - Rainbow Theatre, London - 1972-02-17 or 20 42:06m
20 - Speak to me - Breathe
21 - On the Run
22 - Time
23 - Breath (Reprise)
24 - Great gig in the sky
25 - Money
26 - Us and Them
27 - Any Colour You Like
28 - Brain Damage
29 - Eclipse
30 - Roger Waters & David Gilmour - Live O2 Arena 2011 - Comfortably Numb 8:12m
Podcast for this show available at http://www.radio4all.net/index.php/program/63748
The Chill Room, 11 November 2011 11pm PST
2 hours 15 minutes, antiwar show for pinkos and Zappafiles
On Veteran's Day the Chill Room brings in H.T. (Tom) Brown to read from and discuss his new memoir called Summer of Love, My Ass! Tom and I worked together in the 90s for Rhino and we share love of music, liberal politics and history. Tom's Vietnam-era adventures are both startling and funny. It is also informative of how young people are broken down to be reconstructed as soldiers - unless they are determined otherwise. And Tom was so determined!
The music we share is all selected by Tom to represent the era. As a longtime Zappa fiend, Tom also shares some of his favorite Frank music too. This is not a regular Chill Room collage but a friendly, evocative talk sorting out time and space. And to get some of you to buy the book.
Set list: Electric Flag-Killing Floor / Bob Dylan-Subterranean Homesick Blues / Mothers of Invention-Trouble Every Day (mono) / Country Joe and the Fish-Fish Cheer_I Feel Like I'm Fixing To Die / Arthur Barrow-Believe It / Frank Zappa-Lucille Has Messed My Mind Up / Mothers of Invention-It Can't Happen Here (from Mothermania) / Frank Zappa-Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance / The Fugs-Wide Wide River & Burial Waltz (It Crawled Into My Hand, Honest!) / Traffic-Feelin' Alright
http://www.summeroflovemyass.com/. http://spbpublishing.webs.com/. With thanks to my listeners, Thomas Ferranti, Reggie Collins, and to killradio and radio4all.net. Comments welcome. Thanks to Rae Lynn for the photo of Tom.
There will come a time when everybody who is lonely will be free to sing and dance and love.
playlist for episode #12 of Truth is Bullshit 9/22/2011
every Thursday 4-6pm PST on www.killradio.org
1. Bauhaus - Mirror Remains
2. William S. Burroughs - Spare Ass Annie
3. Chris & Cosey - Re-education Through Labor
4. Feathers - I'm Not Quite
5. Holy Ghost Revival - Hot Love in a Berlin Bombshelter
6. Travis Johnson - Rawhide Pajamas
7. Babyland - Structure Fall
8. Cabaret Voltaire - Seconds Too Late
9. Liquid Sky - Afternoon
10. Christian Death- Electra Descending
11. P.I.L. - Memories
12. Thomas Park - Under Stars
13. Syphilis Sauna - LEA
14. Murder - Blood Out
15. Billy Holiday - You Don't Know What Love Is
16. the Association - Breakfast
17. Delia Derbyshire - Running
18. the Abigails - Space & Time
and live guests Rock Bottom Comedy Troop