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Familiar & forgotten gems from 50-plus years of music on the darker side, shoegaze, synthpop, goth, psychedelia, darkwave, with unapologetic detours into 70s pop. In a dark night of the soul, it's always 3 o'clock in the morning.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Images Approx. start time
The Kinks  She's Got Everything   Favoriting Face to Face  Reprise Records  1966   
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Lee Hazlewood & Ann Margaret  It's A Nice World To Visit (But Not To Live In)   Favoriting The Cowboy & The Lady  LHI Records  1969   
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Electric Food  People   Favoriting Flash  Europe  1971   
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Jonna Gault and Her Symphonopop Scene  Wonder Why, I Guess   Favoriting Watch Me  RCA  1968   
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Pete Brown & Piblokto!  Got a Letter From a Computer   Favoriting Thousands On A Raft  Harvest  1970   
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Cher  For What It's Worth   Favoriting 3614 Jackson Highway  ATCO Records  1969   
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The Attack  Strange House   Favoriting Final Daze  Get Back  2001  from 1967-68 
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Shocking Blue  California Here I Come   Favoriting At Home  Pink Elephant  1969   
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Gil Scott-Heron  Home Is Where The Hatred Is   Favoriting Pieces of a Man  Flying Dutchman  1971   
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Music behind DJ:
The Backing Tracks 

Substitute (instrumental)   Favoriting

 

 

 

 

 

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David Bowie  Let Me Sleep Beside You   Favoriting David Bowie (Deluxe)  Deram  2010  from 1967 
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Jobriath  Earthling   Favoriting Jobriath  Elektra  1973   
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Monument  And She Goes   Favoriting The First Monument  Beacon  1971   
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Stevie Wonder  Higher Ground   Favoriting Innervisions  Tamla Motown  1973   
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The Kitchen Cinq  When The Rainbow Disappears   Favoriting When The Rainbow Disappears: An Anthology 1965-68  Light In The Attic  2015  b-side from 1967 
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The Status Quo  Pictures of Matchstick Men   Favoriting Picturesque Matchstickable Messages From The Status Quo  Cadet Concept  1968   
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Olivia Newton-John  Why Don't You Write Me   Favoriting Olivia  Interfusion  1972  simon & garfunkel cover 
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Cher  Chastity's Song (Band of Thieves)   Favoriting Chastity OST  ATCO Records  1969   
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Jefferson Airplane  Two Heads   Favoriting After Bathing At Baxter’s  RCA Victor  1967   
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Music behind DJ:
Neil Hefti 

The Year of the Duck   Favoriting

 

 

 

 

 

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The Mamas & the Papas  Monday, Monday   Favoriting If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears  Dunhill  1966   
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Tina and David Meltzer  Let The Door Stay Open   Favoriting Green Morning  RD Records  1998  shelved album from 1970 
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The Spoils of War  Now Is Made in America   Favoriting The Spoils of War  Shadoks Music  1999  from 1967 
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6 Feet Under  In Retrospect   Favoriting In Retrospect 1969-1970  Arf! Arf!  1998  b-side from 1970 
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Pink Floyd  It Would Be So Nice   Favoriting Early Singles  Columbia  1992  single from 1968 
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Bee Gees  Idea (mono version)   Favoriting Idea (reissue)  Reprise Records  2006  from 1968 
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The Who  Jaguar   Favoriting The Who Sell Out (reissue)  Track Record  1995  from 1967 
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Marie Laforêt  Marie Douceur - Marie Colère   Favoriting Album 3  Disques Festival  1967   
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Ultimate Spinach  Pamela   Favoriting Ultimate Spinach  MGM Records  1968   
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Music behind DJ:
Unknown 

Julia Dream (Electric piano cover)   Favoriting

 

 

 

 

 

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Donovan  Hurdy Gurdy Man   Favoriting The Hurdy Gurdy Man  Epic  1968   
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Elton John  Angel Tree   Favoriting Regimental Sgt. Zippo  Rocket Entertainment  2021  shelved1st album from 1968 
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William Sheller  Couleurs   Favoriting Lux Aeterna (reissue)  CBS  2012  single from 1968 
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The Velvet Underground & Nico  I'll Be Your Mirror   Favoriting The Velvet Underground & Nico  Verve Records  1966   
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Fever Tree  Filigree and Shadow   Favoriting Fever Tree  UNI Records  1968   
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The Beatles  Only A Northern Song   Favoriting Yellow Submarine  Apple Records  1969   
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Neil Young with Crazy Horse  Running Dry (Requiem for the Rockets)   Favoriting Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere  Reprise Records  1969   
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The Moody Blues  When You're A Free Man   Favoriting Seventh Sojourn  Threshold  1972   
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Circus 2000  I Just Can't Stay   Favoriting Circus 2000  Rifi  1970   
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Curved Air  Melinda (More or Less)   Favoriting Phantasmagoria  Warner Bros Records  1972   
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Music behind DJ:
The Beatles 

Within You Without You (instrumental)   Favoriting

 

 

 

 

 

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International Harvester  The Runcorn Report On Western Progress   Favoriting Sov Gott Rose-Marie  Love Records  1968   
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The Yardbirds  Only The Black Rose   Favoriting Little Games  Epic  1967   
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Quill  The Tube Exuding   Favoriting Quill  Cotillion  1970   
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Andrew  I Love You (Yes I Do)   Favoriting Woops  Barnyard  2017  from 1973 
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Roxy Music  Editions of You   Favoriting For Your Pleasure  Island Records  1973   
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Lothar and the Hand People  Sdrawkcab   Favoriting Space Hymn  Capitol Records  1969   
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The Deep  When Rain Is Black   Favoriting Psychedelic Moods (A Mind Expanding Phenomena)  Parkway  1966   
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Heaven & Earth  Voice In The Wind   Favoriting Refuge  Ovation Records  1973   
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The Rolling Stones  She's A Rainbow   Favoriting Their Satanic Majesties Request  London Records  1967   
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Music behind DJ:
Syd Barrett 

Gigolo Aunt (loop)   Favoriting

 

 

 

 

 

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Listener comments!

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Asheville Jon:

Julie!
BIRDS!!
HELLO!!!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:00pm
Julie:

hi asheville jon!
  🦇 9:01pm
hunterfelt:

Hello Julie, hello birds, hello commentators. Hello... the Davies brothers! From one of the finest Kinks albums.
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:01pm
Mxter Baba:

hey hey, Julie and dark souls!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:01pm
Julie:

hi hunterfelt! Hi Mxter Baba!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:01pm
Yvang:

Hiya Julie and planet souls! Aren't the birds asleep at this time?
  9:02pm
listener James from Westwood:

Ahhh, excellent—bonus Julie!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:02pm
Julie:

hi Yvang! Nope still up...gonna be past their bedtime when I finish. might get raucous
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:02pm
Julie:

Hi James!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:02pm
adamdoesit:

Hello Julie, Boids, and Bat Planet Noise!
Avatar 🦇 9:03pm
Dan S:

Hi Julie and fellow Dark Night folks! My bedtime will be coming up soon, but I'll listen until then :)
Avatar 9:03pm
WLSClark:

Hiya Julie and all BPNers
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:03pm
Julie:

hi Adamdoesit!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:03pm
Julie:

hi Dan and WLSClark!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:04pm
Mxter Baba:

Ann-Margret avatar ACTIVATED!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:04pm
Julie:

wooohoo!
Avatar 9:04pm
WLSClark:

Lee had the lookers for women. didn't he?
Avatar 9:04pm
MFO:

Hello Julie! And Everyone!
Be Your Self! Be Your Self!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:05pm
Julie:

Hi MFO! I am always mice elf
Avatar 9:05pm
WLSClark:

↳ Mxter Baba @9:04
Awesome!
  9:05pm
CC:

Hi Julie and all you other cool kids out there... listening intently tonight...:)
Avatar 9:05pm
MFO:

↳ Julie @9:05
Cool!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:05pm
Julie:

hiya CC!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:06pm
Ken From Hyde Park:

Hello, Julie and dark birds!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:06pm
Julie:

hi Ken!
  9:07pm
Dean:

Local campus station played CCR's "Heard It Through the Grapevine" this evening. I hadn't heard it in ages. Remains quite impressive.
  🦇 9:07pm
hunterfelt:

↳ Song: "People" by "Electric Food"
Nice variations on the "In A Gadda Da Vida/Sunshine Of My Love" riff.
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:08pm
Julie:

↳ Dean @9:07
great version. I have the 7"
Avatar 🦇 9:09pm
northguineahills:

ok, i walked into a wall (hadn't turned on the lights yet, and cut my nose [not spite my face]). just a normal day for me....
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:10pm
Julie:

oh no NGH! ouchie
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:10pm
Yvang:

seems like we're going Eclectical Banana tonight!
  9:10pm
Blissland:

greetings
  9:10pm
CC:

↳ Julie @9:05
Did you plan anything extraordinary for this program???...:)
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:10pm
Julie:

↳ Yvang @9:10
little bit!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:11pm
WR:

Hi Julie and folks
Avatar 9:11pm
WLSClark:

NGH, sorry to hear! Hi Blissland!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:11pm
Julie:

hiya blissland
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:11pm
Julie:

↳ CC @9:10
not really.
Avatar 9:11pm
WLSClark:

Hi WR!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:11pm
Julie:

for me every chance to fill in for BPN is extraordinary
  9:12pm
Dean:

I think KALX played the album version of "Grapevine." It went on and on.

I really need to get those albums!
  🦇 9:13pm
hunterfelt:

↳ Song: "Got a Letter From a Computer" by "Pete Brown & Pi...
And speaking of "Sunshine Of Your Love"...
  9:13pm
CC:

↳ Julie @9:11
I've always wondered how far in advance you cut your playlist or do you just play things off the cuff???...:)
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:14pm
Julie:

↳ Dean @9:12
11 minutes
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:14pm
Julie:

↳ CC @9:13
i am a planner mostly. not very spontaneous
  9:15pm
CC:

↳ Julie @9:14
Then you must have planned tonight show knowing you were filling in for Bob and Gina???...:)
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:15pm
Julie:

oh yes!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:17pm
Yvang:

↳ Song: "Got a Letter From a Computer" by "Pete Brown & Pi...
First mention ever of an email in a song?
  9:17pm
Dean:

I can spare 11 minutes.
Avatar 9:19pm
WLSClark:

↳ Song: "For What It's Worth" by "Cher"
Nice version.
Avatar 🦇 9:20pm
northguineahills:

↳ WLSClark @9:11
i'm a klutz. I haven't memorized the full layout of this house (last week fell down the stairs and almost went through the window. i've memorized the stairs since then. (after I get my bearings, I can usually walk around a domicile w/ my eyes closed w/ no problem).
  9:20pm
CC:

↳ Song: "For What It's Worth" by "Cher"
Who is that man on Slide!?!...:)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:24pm
WR:

↳ CC @9:20
Looks like it was a Memphis session. But I dunno.
  🦇 9:25pm
hunterfelt:

↳ CC @9:20
Wikipedia says Eddie Hinton on lead and Jimmy Johnson on rhythm on this album. Also: Donna Jean Godchaux on backing vocals! I guess sort of like her version of "Dusty In Memphis," except at Muscle Shoals.
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:25pm
Julie:

hi WR If I didn't say hi before!
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WR:

↳ hunterfelt @9:25
thanks hunterfelt
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Midge:

Hello Julie and Monday dark souls!
  9:26pm
CC:

↳ hunterfelt @9:25
Makes sense...:)
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:26pm
Julie:

hi Midge!
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Black Dog:

Hey, Julie!! You're
killing it, as usual! Greetings, Dark Planeteers everywhere!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:27pm
WR:

↳ Yvang @9:17
and now 54 years later the computer delivered (and generated) mails are a flood.
Avatar 9:27pm
WLSClark:

Hi Black Dog, CC, Midge and the many I missed.
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:27pm
Julie:

hi Black Dog! Thank you!
  9:29pm
CC:

↳ WLSClark @9:27
Yes... it's nice being able to see everyone and say hi...:)
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:31pm
Yvang:

↳ WLSClark @9:27
Hi WLSClark!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:32pm
Asheville Jon:

BIRDS!!!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:32pm
Yvang:

↳ Song: "Home Is Where The Hatred Is" by "Gil Scott-Heron"
The best!
  🦇 9:32pm
hunterfelt:

↳ Song: "Home Is Where The Hatred Is" by "Gil Scott-Heron"
If I ever had my own radio show one thing I'd love to do is just like an hour or two of the proto-hip-hoppers. Gil Scott-Heron, The Watts Prophets, The Last Poets, Lightin-Rod, Big Youth & the rest of the toasters, ending with the Fatback Band's "King Tim III (Personality Jock)"
Avatar 9:32pm
WLSClark:

Hi Yvang!
HEY, nice to hear Julie's bird is still making music!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:33pm
Black Dog:

↳ Song: "Substitute (instrumental)" by "The Backing Tracks"
Hey, WLSC! And hello to the Biiiiiirds!!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:33pm
Asheville Jon:

40????
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:33pm
Yvang:

↳ hunterfelt @9:32
I would listen to it!
Avatar 9:34pm
WLSClark:

I love birds. Always parakeets and they were both so good.
  9:34pm
Blissland:

is today Cannibal's birth day?
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:34pm
adamdoesit:

Happy birthday Cannibal! And Cher.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:35pm
Black Dog:

Happy Hatchday, Cannibal!
  9:36pm
CC:

Cher must have graduated high school in 1965???...:)
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:38pm
Julie:

yesterday!
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Ross66:

Hi Julie! Great first set !
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:39pm
Julie:

thanks Ross!
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Ross66:

↳ CC @9:36
She dropped out and moved in with Sonny, whom she met while working at Gold Star Studio with Phil Spector.
Avatar 9:40pm
WLSClark:

↳ Song: "Let Me Sleep Beside You" by "David Bowie"
Deram every week
  🦇 9:40pm
hunterfelt:

↳ Song: "Let Me Sleep Beside You" by "David Bowie"
Usually I prefer the "Toy" version of these songs from the original, but his voice is in really strong early form on this original version, one of the best of his early songs along with "Can't Help Thinking About Me," "You've Got A Habit Of Leaving," "Love You Til Tuesday," and "Memories Of A Free Festival."
Avatar 9:41pm
Ross66:

Julie. Lee Hazlewood’s first muse was singer, Suzi Jane Hokom.
  9:42pm
CC:

↳ Ross66 @9:40
Tuning in turning on and dropping out was pretty common back then...:)
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Ross66:

↳ CC @9:42
Yes, she was only 16!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:44pm
Julie:

↳ Ross66 @9:41
thanks Ross!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:46pm
Midge:

↳ WLSClark @9:27
Hello WLSClark!
  9:46pm
CC:

↳ Ross66 @9:44
I graduated a semester early in January of 1972 and went right to work...:)
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:49pm
Ken From Hyde Park:

↳ Song: "Higher Ground" by "Stevie Wonder"
I think this breaks my string of 37 times hearing the RHCP's cover since I last heard the original.
  9:51pm
Blissland:

re-incarnation is the scariest and most depressing idea
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:51pm
Julie:

↳ Blissland @9:51
I'm not doing THIS again!
  9:51pm
Blissland:

but I like that song anyway because Stevie Wonder is so awesome
  9:52pm
CC:

↳ Blissland @9:51
Especially if you come back as a caterpillar instead of a butterfly...:)
  9:52pm
Blissland:

↳ Julie @9:51
I don't even want to finish this time around. It hasn't been worth it since 2008
  🦇 9:54pm
hunterfelt:

↳ CC @9:52
If I can come back as a house cat. I'd be fine with that. Not doing the human thing again.
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Ross66:

↳ Blissland @9:51
It can be comforting too.
  9:55pm
CC:

↳ hunterfelt @9:54
The point is why should you come back as anything less than what you are now???...:)
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MFO:

↳ Song: "Pictures of Matchstick Men" by "The Status Quo"
The first time i heard this song was sung by Camper Van Beethoven
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:56pm
Julie:

hi MFO!
Avatar 9:56pm
Ross66:

We choose what life to enter depending on our karma and what we need to learn from the experience.
  9:57pm
Blissland:

↳ Ross66 @9:56
I refuse to believe it
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Ross66:

↳ Blissland @9:57
That’s okay too. The possibilities are endless.
  9:58pm
Blissland:

Presently my preferred cosmology is that it's all a big mistake and when this is over that's the end of it for me
  9:58pm
CC:

↳ Ross66 @9:56
That reminds me of one of my favorite books by Rd Laing ...The Politics of Experience...:)
Avatar 9:59pm
Ross66:

↳ CC @9:58
We came from nothing then go back to nothing? Perhaps
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 10:00pm
Julie:

reincarnation makes more sense to me than any sort of afterlife.
Avatar 10:00pm
Ross66:

↳ CC @9:58
Yes, great writer!
  10:00pm
CC:

↳ Ross66 @9:59
Well... everything is nothing and nothing is everything..right???...:)
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Ross66:

↳ Julie @10:00
Otherwise, the afterlife would be quite full of dead souls.
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Ross66:

↳ CC @10:00
Right, yes
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Julie:

I mean heaven/hell concepts
  10:02pm
Blissland:

even if consciousness is in some way transcendent, I don't like the idea of a transcendent ego, which is pre-requisite for the continuity of personhood in successive incarnations
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Ross66:

↳ Julie @10:01
Yes, okay
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WLSClark:

↳ Song: "Two Heads" by "Jefferson Airplane"
YAY!!!
  10:02pm
CC:

↳ Ross66 @10:01
and anything might be something???...:)
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WLSClark:

Hi Ross
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Will thee SG OCNY:

Hi Julie and all!!!
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Ross66:

Heaven and Hell must be very populated by now. Me, the don’t care for crowds.
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 10:03pm
Julie:

hi Will!
  10:03pm
Blissland:

↳ Julie @10:01
I find the idea of coming back again as scary as the idea hell. I just don't want to be here
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Ross66:

Hey WLS Clarke!
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WLSClark:

↳ Blissland @10:03
Coming back BEFORE might be fun!
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Ross66:

Hey Will!
  10:05pm
CC:

↳ Blissland @10:03
Here There and Everywhere might might be the same place you just can't remember???...:)
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WLSClark:

Hiya Will!
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Ross66:

↳ Blissland @10:03
Understood. I hope you find light and happiness in this incarnation.
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WR:

↳ Song: "The Year of the Duck" by "Neil Hefti"
super reverb vocals every week!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:06pm
Black Dog:

↳ Julie @10:00
I believe we're all individuals with unique souls. We humans aren't able to imagine an afterlife, but that doesn't mean it doesn't exist.
  🦇 10:06pm
hunterfelt:

↳ CC @9:55
As someone who has given it a lot of thought, the two things that scare me most are the idea of living forever and the idea of never dying. This is particularly challenging because I'm not sure what the third option would be. Reincarnation, wiping the brain over, sounds like it could be interesting. I guess my favorire idea is sort of being lost in dreams forever? I dunno. I guess the only solution is to learn to exist in the here and now and not really think about either way because our brains aren't really designed to comprehend non-life. (Yes I have done lots of psychedelics in my life, how did you guess?)
  10:06pm
Blissland:

↳ WLSClark @10:03
if circumstances were different. I might have the wherewithall to live a good and fulfilling life if certain external things were very different. Or maybe not. Regardless, it's just not worth the struggle. That's just me. I know most people don't feel that way.
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Ross66:

↳ CC @10:05
Hopefully, here, there, and everywhere turns out to be really awesome!
  10:07pm
Dean:

Reincarnation urges us to embrace empathy. We don't "come back," not ever. But we do imagine returning, and doing so makes us wonder how the person we once were later feels under new circumstances. That's empathy. Embrace it.
  10:07pm
Blissland:

↳ Ross66 @10:05
I appreciate that very much. But I'm not expecting much at this point.
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Ross66:

↳ Dean @10:07
Empathy is essential
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Will thee SG OCNY:

Hi Ashville Jon, hunterfelt, Mxter Baba, Yvang, James, adamdoesit, Dan S, WLSClark, MFO, CC, Ken HP, Dean, NGH, Blissland, WR, Midge, Black Dog, Ross66, and anyone I missed!!!
  10:09pm
CC:

↳ hunterfelt @10:06
Living forever and never dying is one and the same...:)
  10:09pm
Blissland:

↳ Will thee SG OCNY @10:08
greetings Will
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Will thee SG OCNY:

Btw, Happy birthday to your Bird 🕊️🦜🐦 I couldn't even imagine having a bird for 40 years
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Ross66:

Yes, Manish Boys 1965
  10:10pm
CC:

↳ Blissland @10:06
The older you get you'll feel like being busy because time is running out...:)
  10:11pm
Blissland:

I find the idea of oblivion more appealing than the idea of heaven. But heaven would be better than going to hell or spending another life time on earth
  10:12pm
Dean:

That NYT story about Mama Cass was sweet. She was a beautiful talent. Our loss.
  🦇 10:12pm
hunterfelt:

↳ Song: "Pictures of Matchstick Men" by "The Status Quo"
The "Pictures Of Matchstick Man" history: Status Quo were a boogie band who were huge in UK and had a big following there, but this was the only song they did that hit the US charts. It was in the classic rock rotation in the 90s but I'm not sure it's survived the playlist consolidation. It then got covered by Camper Van Beethoven in the 1980s and it became the closest thing they had to a crossover hit. It doesn't really sound like anything else in either band's catalog.
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Julie:

↳ Will thee SG OCNY @10:09
I've only had him for 6. But I did have one for 22 years!
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still b/p:

If the science-heads can confirm and flesh out the parallel/alternate universe business, there could be interesting overlap with adjusted notions of reincarnation.
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Ross66:

↳ Dean @10:12
Yes, such a wonderful talent she was!
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Julie:

hi still b/p!
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Will thee SG OCNY:

↳ Julie @10:12
That's wild
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Ross66:

↳ still b/p @10:13
Time will tell
  10:14pm
CC:

↳ Ross66 @10:08
Yes... putting yourself in someone else's place...:)
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Black Dog:

A friend once told me that if reincarnation exists, he wants to come back as my dog. My dog (pictured) has it pretty good, and as much as I empathize with him, I'll take my chances on an afterlife.
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Julie:

I don't have empathy because I think I'm coming back, I have empathy because I just do?
  10:16pm
Blissland:

I suspect a much richer understanding of consciousness will come out of neuroscience. Which is not to say that I subscribe to materialism. But the mind does seem to make a home in the brain, at least temporarily
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CC:

↳ still b/p @10:13
Now is what 'it' is...:)
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MFO:

↳ hunterfelt @10:12
That song really replicates guitar with the violin.
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still b/p:

Hi, Jzhulee.

I like the glimpse of Cass through recollections in the Laurel Canyon 60s doc -- a den mom, caretaker, social motivator and connector.
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Ross66:

This is an awesome track!
  10:18pm
Blissland:

↳ Julie @10:15
it can't be motivated by self interest, that would be inauthentic
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Ross66:

↳ CC @10:16
Be Here Now
  🦇 10:19pm
hunterfelt:

↳ Song: "Now Is Made in America" by "The Spoils of War"
EARLY SYNTH! I'm guessing that's good old Moog.
  10:20pm
Blissland:

actually I'm probably thinking of compassion. I don't know if I have any empathy at all. If it means actually feeling what people around me are feeling, then I don't.
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Ross66:

↳ Blissland @10:20
Compassion and empathy go hand in hand
  10:22pm
Blissland:

↳ Ross66 @10:21
I'm not always sure what exactly people mean by empathy, or if it's conflated with sympathy
  10:24pm
CC:

↳ Blissland @10:20
Well... having empathy doesn't mean you have to like what you're feeling that another is feeling...say Donald Trump for instance...hahaha...:)
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Julie:

I always figured it was a put yourself in their shoes kind of thing..
  10:26pm
Dean:

Empathy is easy. You feel pretty much what the other feels. Sympathy is subtler. You understand and appreciate that the person feels that way, but you might not feel it yourself.
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MFO:

↳ Song: "In Retrospect" by "6 Feet Under"
This is food for my ears!
  10:27pm
Blissland:

I don't feel other people's feeling at all. But I relate to a lot of feelings by abstraction. I think maybe empaths, on the other hand, are actually moved by the private things going on with others
  10:27pm
Blissland:

↳ Julie @10:26
that's simple enough
  10:28pm
CC:

There were many instances in Star Trek's New Generation that Deanna Troy didn't feel comfortable feeling what someone else was feeling...:)
  10:28pm
Blissland:

↳ Dean @10:26
Then by those definitions I am capable of sympathy but not of empathy.
  🦇 10:29pm
hunterfelt:

↳ CC @10:28
This is why I identify with Troi the most out of any Star Trek character. It's not always fun not being able to shut off your ability to put yourself into other people's shoes.
  10:29pm
Blissland:

and that's pretty much my understanding of what those words mean too
  10:32pm
CC:

The thing is you can never experience another person's experience you can only imagine what it is...:)
  10:32pm
Blissland:

I guess that really means that empathy is extra-sensory perception
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Julie:

↳ hunterfelt @10:29
I also blame her for everyone and their brother calling themselves an empath
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Ross66:

↳ hunterfelt @10:29
Spock could be pretty empathetic despite being half Vulcan.
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Julie:

↳ Blissland @10:32
have you ever had to leave a room because the vibes were off? That's a similar feeling. Oh these people are all angry, let me get out of here.
  10:34pm
CC:

↳ Julie @10:33
Nothing replaces a genuine smile...:)
  10:34pm
Dean:

CC: Yep, and imagining what it is is empathy. It's not ESP. It's being poised to acknowledge that there are others and that, perhaps, you share something with those others.
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hunterfelt:

↳ Julie @10:32
Yeah it's less about "knowing what other people are feeling," but "unable to stop imagining what other people are feeling." Constantly putting yourself into other people's shoes. It's not necessarily any sort of magic ability.
  10:34pm
Blissland:

↳ Julie @10:33
well yeah, a few times. But just being around a sad person doesn't make me sad. In fact I enjoy commiseration
  10:35pm
Blissland:

I've also felt a love vibe sometimes when I was in a bar. It's extraordinary
  10:37pm
Blissland:

↳ Dean @10:34
I think that's the opposite of what you said before. You're describing what you previously described as sympathy.
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still b/p:

Star Trek took great pleasure in moments that said, "Oooh, see, there IS some fuller emotion in ol' Spocky." But, in general, it seemed to me that things he did and described as tenets and traditions of Vulcan culture just couldn't exist without some emotion as foundation and fuel.
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Dean:

I don't believe I've ever had that feeling, Julie @10:33. For me all of life every day entails "vibes are off." I can't leave the room, because I'll only enter another where the vibes are off.
  10:37pm
Blissland:

it's really not possible to communicate effectively with words without clearly defining terms
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Hullo ! ...already been enjoying the groovy version of Dark Night - while busy recovering from the heat here (!) & typing up about the Astrological changes today (⦿Sun into ♊︎Gemini for chatting & ☽Moon in ♏︎Scorpio for emotional depth, maybe even - who knows)...
  🦇 10:38pm
hunterfelt:

↳ hunterfelt @10:34
In any case, there's an autistic thing called hyper-empathy that I'm pretty sure what I'm trying to describe and it's complicated: the-art-of-autism.com...
  10:38pm
David Watts:

Cool cover!
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Julie:

I'm a psychic sponge. I feel everyone's everything so I gotta spend a lot of time alone. I'm not sure I was always that way or that's because I spent so much time alone
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Julie:

hiya Rev! Hi David Watts! Cool name!
  10:38pm
Dean:

I disagree, Blissland @10:37.
  10:38pm
CC:

↳ still b/p @10:37
Yeah... like when the males went into heat every 7 years or so...:)
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Black Dog:

Empathy is when you cry at movies because the characters are sad. Sympathy is when you wish whatever happened to them hadn't.
  10:40pm
CC:

↳ hunterfelt @10:38
Soon the mind and brain will evolve into true ESP for all...:)
  10:41pm
Dean:

Some of us don't cry at movies. Yet we exhibit empathy all the time.
  10:41pm
Blissland:

okay well just to be clear
"Empathy is easy. You feel pretty much what the other feels."
no, I can't do that.
"Sympathy is subtler. You understand and appreciate that the person feels that way, but you might not feel it yourself."
Yes, I do that.
  🦇 10:41pm
hunterfelt:

↳ CC @10:38
Yeah Vulcans developed into beings that limited their emotions because early on in their species' development they were violent and they blamed this on being hyper-emotional.
  10:42pm
CC:

↳ Blissland @10:37
If it weren't for words we would all still be grunting at each other...:)
  10:42pm
Dean:

Thanks, Blissland. I get where you're coming from.
  10:42pm
katharsis:

Surely its not all dark, only at night. Hellos
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Song: "Jaguar" by "The Who"
Always interesting to me how much like the Jimi Hendrix Experience this one sounds - aspects of the Gittar Tone & things. How closely associated they were for a minute there...
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WLSClark:

Wonderful show tonight, Julie.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Lack of empathy is the definition of Sociopathy exactly.
  10:46pm
CC:

The movie... Clan of the Cave Bear was kind of deep... not to mention the one with Ringo Starr and Barbara Bauch...lol...:)
  10:47pm
katharsis:

Rev rabbit do you work professionally as an astrologist? I could use some assistance
  10:47pm
Blissland:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @10:46
well then it's back to the drawing board etymologically
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ CC @10:46
'Caveman' is a good film. :D
  10:47pm
Blissland:

Because that would make me a sociopath
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ katharsis @10:47
No - I haven't done it for money for various reasons.
  10:49pm
Blissland:

I think the ability to be sympathetic is an adequate substitute for actual empathy
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Blissland @10:47
There are some clinical sociopaths - medically unable to feel empathy, as it were - who are not necessarily evil. It's just a condition ! Tho of course there are murderers who are too...
  10:49pm
David Watts:

The guitar tone on this song is 🔥 🚒
  10:50pm
CC:

↳ Song: "Hurdy Gurdy Man" by "Donovan"
Mmmm...:)
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WLSClark:

↳ Song: "Hurdy Gurdy Man" by "Donovan"
Donovan was the man of the hour in 66-69.
  10:50pm
Blissland:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @10:49
I'm going with the definition of "empathy" as the feeling of other people's feelings by direct transference
  10:51pm
katharsis:

Well I appreciate your insights. Thank you
  10:51pm
Blissland:

And I do know some sociopaths, and I wish I didn't
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ David Watts @10:49
en.wikipedia.org...
  10:52pm
CC:

↳ Blissland @10:49
Only if you imagine someone needs sympathy...:)
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Julie:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @10:49
also a challenge for many on the spectrum
  🦇 10:54pm
hunterfelt:

↳ Song: "Angel Tree" by "Elton John"
I did not realize that Elton John had a Tyrannosaurus Rex period
  10:55pm
Blissland:

↳ CC @10:52
It's valuable because otherwise almost everyone would be sociopathic. But I don't know, maybe that's where we're headed. Either way I've had more than my fill
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

When I saw 'Jaws' as a little kid - & winced when the old guy was getting chewed up in a real bloody manner ...that's a kind of empathy. I don't think it's so mysterious ...but I got lots of Water Sign action in my Chart - & tend to process things thru Feeling quite a bit.
  10:57pm
Blissland:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @10:55
that's happens to me when it's ostensibly real. Otherwise I find violence amusing and often hilarious
  10:58pm
Blissland:

real violence is repugnant to me
  10:58pm
CC:

↳ Blissland @10:55
When a high percentage of people become fatalistic is what puts everyone at risk...:)
  10:59pm
Blissland:

↳ CC @10:58
fatalistic in what way?
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

'Comedy is when you fall into a manhole & seriously injure yourself ...tragedy is when I get a small cut on my finger '...
- Mel Brooks
I think actually that Humor is based on the release of tension.
  11:00pm
Blissland:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @10:59
For me it all depends on how real it is
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Summer and Michael and Sylvia:

Julie! Just remembering about your fill-in tonight and tuning in, now!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...but there's all kinds of Movies I can't even watch. I'm highly suggestible that way.
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still b/p:

↳ Blissland @10:58
Some observers get excited and entertained when a real-life physical fight breaks out. I sure as hell don't. The air and force of that angry violence is anxiously jarring, threatening beyond the fighters and ugly in the extreme.
  11:03pm
Blissland:

↳ still b/p @11:01
interestingly enough, the 2 bonafide sociopaths that I personally know, who are identical twins, have both been convicted of felony assault
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hunterfelt:

↳ Song: "Only A Northern Song" by "The Beatles"
Top 20 Beatles song. I don't understand why this song doesn't get more love among fans.
  11:03pm
CC:

↳ CC @10:58
You know... those who say there's no hope for the future there's no reason to try there's no reason to live there's only time to die...:)
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I love Godzilla destroying entire cities ...if there were too much violence on the personal level I might not. There's an Idea that Horror can be a catharsis - as Ancient Theatre was intended to be. But is it, or just reveling in it...
  11:04pm
Blissland:

↳ CC @11:03
yeah that would be me
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Julie:

hi SMS!
  11:06pm
Blissland:

Julie do you love this album like I do?
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Song: "Only A Northern Song" by "The Beatles"
George Harrison first submitted this for Sgt. Pepper ...Producer George Martin thot it subpar for the project - so Harrison came back with 'Within You Without You'. @ first, they didn't have faith in the YellowSub film project - & saved all their 'lesser' trax for it @ the time. But it turned out a great Film ...& I agree - this a great track. Mystery Tour & Yellow Sub round out Psychedelic 1967 with Sgt. Pepper.
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Julie:

↳ Blissland @11:06
I appreciate Neil in small doses
  11:07pm
Blissland:

↳ Julie @11:07
heh .... fair enough
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Black Dog:

As smart as we all are, it's amazing how much we don't know. One thing for certain - Julie has been killing it all night long! Thanks for putting up with us, Juls!
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Julie:

awww thanks Black dog!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Song: "Running Dry (Requiem for the Rockets)" by "Neil Y...
Also really like this album. Kind of realized ...what I love in AltKuntry like SonVolt ...it's kinda this sort of Neil Young stylee really. :D
  🦇 11:08pm
hunterfelt:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @11:06
I like George's more sarcastic songs, I think. He's kind of a double-edged person: half a mystic and have a curmudgeon. Which I definitely relate to.
  11:09pm
CC:

↳ Black Dog @11:07
I certainly agree...:)
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hunterfelt:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @11:08
My favorite Neil Young album (although "Rust Never Sleeps" and "Tonight's The Night" also come close.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ hunterfelt @11:08
Yes - 'Northern Songs' was John & Paul's publishing. Song is both transcendental & ...immanent. :)
  11:10pm
Blissland:

↳ hunterfelt @11:09
I like those choices. I would put On The Beach up there as well
  11:10pm
CC:

↳ hunterfelt @11:09
I love the way he played like a hurricane on Soundstage with that big party and harmonica...:)
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ hunterfelt @11:09
Neil's got a few damn Songs for sure.
  11:11pm
CC:

↳ CC @11:10
Pipe organ...
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Summer and Michael and Sylvia:

↳ Song: "Only A Northern Song" by "The Beatles"
Back in the day when we were in DC and our WFMU was Bethesda's WHFS, their go-to host "Weasel" had Richard Butler as a guest. In his set he played Harrison's "It's All Too Much" from MMT and, incredibly. Butler not only didn't know it but admitted he was threatened that another band had bettered their sound. (we love The Furs, btw - not to disparage, just such a great moment on live radio... we may have a tape somewhere...)
  🦇 11:11pm
hunterfelt:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @11:10
I could probably rattle off a Top 50 with not a lot of problem and that's not even including Buffalo Springfield or any CSN-related stuff.
  11:12pm
Blissland:

Like almost every notable artist from that period, he could have stopped making records at the end of the 70s and it wouldn't have made too much difference
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hunterfelt:

↳ Summer and Michael and Sylvia @11:11
Hahaha. It's like how Jim Reid once admitted that "And Your Bird Can Sing" might have been the first shoegaze song. www.youtube.com...
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Summer and Michael and Sylvia:

Should add: "was initially threatened". After the back announce, he said "Oh, it's the Beatles! Thank god!"
  11:13pm
Dean:

Seventh Sojourn must be one of the most beautiful album covers.
  11:13pm
Blissland:

I wouldn't really mind if all the records ever made were done between 1964 and 1980
  11:13pm
CC:

↳ Blissland @11:12
Neil we'll go down in history as one of the great lyricists of our time...:)
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still b/p:

↳ Song: "When You're A Free Man" by "The Moody Blues"
I can imagine Boz Scaggs doing this. Anybody else get that....anybody...?
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Summer and Michael and Sylvia:

↳ hunterfelt @11:12
We always claim it's The Flamingos "I Only Have Eyes For You".
  11:15pm
Blissland:

↳ CC @11:13
He certainly will with me. His lyrics are poetry to me. I find them moving even though half the time I have no idea why
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Black Dog:

↳ Summer and Michael and Sylvia @11:11
I used to listen to WHFS all the time back in the 80's! Loved Weasel!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Summer and Michael and Sylvia @11:15
Always say that prefigures Psychedelia. But now you mention it ...maybe it's DreamPop. :D ...& it's actually an even older Show Tune.
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hunterfelt:

↳ Summer and Michael and Sylvia @11:15
Ooh that's a good one. I believe the production on that was one of the early influences on Brian Eno too but I'd have to dig up my copy of "Some Faraway Beach" to confirm.
  11:17pm
CC:

↳ Blissland @11:15
Because he's such a perfectionist and words are important to him like Dylan...:)
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ hunterfelt @11:17
That's good too.
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Summer and Michael and Sylvia:

↳ Black Dog @11:16
Hell, yes!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

One thinks of Rick Rubin in 'Soundbreaking' asserting that 'Tomorrow Never Knows' changed the idea of what Music even was. It's that profound. I feel fortunate that TheBeatles were among the earliest things I ever fell in love with.
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Summer and Michael and Sylvia:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @11:16
I think the heavy reverb does it. Just an incredible version and an amazing track.
  11:21pm
CC:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @11:19
I fell in love with them when I was about 8 years old...:)
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Black Dog:

↳ Summer and Michael and Sylvia @11:19
Who was the DJ who played Noam Chomsky clips?
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Summer and Michael and Sylvia @11:20
Reverb ...& atmospheric space. & it's about a certain state of perception - which is represented sonically. Then there's Joe Meek...
  🦇 11:21pm
hunterfelt:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @11:19
They were the right band at the right time: they were not just creative geniuses but also were popular enough that they could stop touring and concentrate on studio production right when the technology was making a quantum leap PLUS they had innovators like George Martin and Geoff Emerick working for them. It's sort of the perfect combination of events. If they emerged a few years later or a few years earlier who knows.
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Summer and Michael and Sylvia:

↳ hunterfelt @11:17
Production is outstanding. Important too to credit the group since I'm sure they got an awful deal. Incredible performance and timeless sound - we're still talking about it. x
  11:23pm
bobobobob plasticland:

I see it was Mike Wedgewood from curved air birthday yesterday...seen then open for J Tull on Aqualung tour ..I was 13 yrs of age
  11:23pm
CC:

↳ hunterfelt @11:21
Not to mention Alan Parsons...:)
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ hunterfelt @11:21
Yes - all that & much more we've all reflected on endlessly. I always note TheBeatles were dedicated to both the Twin Gawds of Excellence & Change.
  🦇 11:24pm
hunterfelt:

↳ Summer and Michael and Sylvia @11:22
It's really just a miracle that John and Paul ran into each other in Liverpool, and they had George in tow as a third songwriter. I think it's one of the greatest miracles in music, along side Miles David and John Coltrane finding each other.
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Black Dog:

↳ Song: "Melinda (More or Less)" by "Curved Air"
Sitaaaaaarrrrrrr! And tablaaaaaah!
  11:24pm
Blissland:

I guess technically that was the 4th set but it felt more like a 3rd set
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ hunterfelt @11:21
...it all had to Change sometime. & the 1960s was when it did.
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Black Dog:

↳ hunterfelt @11:24
Kismet.
  11:25pm
CC:

↳ hunterfelt @11:24
Not to mention Cannonball Adderley and Pauly Chambers with Bill Evans...:)
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Summer and Michael and Sylvia:

↳ Black Dog @11:21
Damn, I don't recall! I do remember that they got shut down but came back slightly changed. I (Michael, here) was in a band at the time and I remember us recording Weasel's last show and dubbing over a long improv of our own on Tascam 4 track - all called "The Final Day" - but never releasing...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Miles had that Meta perception ...this guy Coltrane - he's worth giving opportunity & space to...
  11:29pm
Blissland:

Running Dry is not a track that I would expect you to choose if you were not deeply interested in his body of work
  11:31pm
Blissland:

I like San Francisco Girls by Fever Tree
  11:31pm
Blissland:

Yes it all Stevie Wonder's fault.
  🦇 11:32pm
hunterfelt:

"Trans" is one of my fave Neil Young albums, I love the combination of synth and electric guitar even though the old school Neil fans didn't like it. I guess now it's become a hip thing to reference? I was there before the curve.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

For me growing up - there were the three TV channels on antenna (up here New Hampshuh - & before cable). & these franchise stations would show the same Film about once every year. So if a Beatles film came on - that was like a Holiday. & 'Monterey Pop' & the Marx Bros. & KingKong (1933) were like that too...
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Summer and Michael and Sylvia:

Julie - good comments about the MMT movie! Nerd alert: The Beatles had a three picture deal and gave away MMT, not caring about it until they saw the cut. That's why they appear at the end, kind of wishing they had voiced the animation and also later saying that those impersonations were the basis for everyone doing a Liverpool accent, somewhat annoyingly...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

One major thing - Neil Young has always gone the way of his inspiration - @ whatever cost.
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Summer and Michael and Sylvia:

↳ Song: "The Runcorn Report On Western Progress" by "Inter...
Love this album!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Summer and Michael and Sylvia @11:34
You mean YellowSub...
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Julie:

↳ Summer and Michael and Sylvia @11:34
I was talking about Yellow Submarine
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Black Dog:

↳ Summer and Michael and Sylvia @11:27
Yeah, as I recall, the station was sold and they were off the air for a while and then radically reformatted. They introduced me to so much new music back then....
  11:35pm
Blissland:

Yellow Submarine is possibly my favorite cartoon
  11:36pm
Blissland:

I saw that when it was released
  11:36pm
CC:

↳ Blissland @11:35
I like the Grateful Dead cartoon movie where the two flowers are making love???...:)
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

TheBeatles had very little to do with the Production of 'Yellow Submarine' the movie. But it not only works in itself - but - as a Beatles movie. As an Animation - it's a unique film. & that's saying a lot too. & as an artifact of the Psychedelic 1960s - it's hard to beat as well.
  11:37pm
Blissland:

↳ CC @11:36
oh I didn't see that one
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Julie:

I really would like to see it on a giant theater screen
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Song: "Only The Black Rose" by "The Yardbirds"
I've a tendency to feel Jimmy Page was an usurper edging JeffBeck out of the yARdbiRdS. But Page era yARdieS is its own thing really.
  11:39pm
CC:

↳ Blissland @11:37
The Grateful Dead movie... an animated segment...:)
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ CC @11:39
Yeah the opening - with the skeleton on the motorcycle...
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Julie:

the animation Elton was using on his last tour made me really wish he'd had a cartoon in the 70s
  11:40pm
CC:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @11:39
That's the movie...:)
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Uh-huh ! Sometimes I think which Rawkers should have their own Cartoon Shows ! :D
BuddyHolly ...TheWho...
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Summer and Michael and Sylvia:

↳ Black Dog @11:35
Yeah, it wasn't quite the same after. My old band was playing Nightingales here in NYC in the 90's and Bill Milhiser, The Fleshtones drummer, was at the bar. I got to talk to him and talk about how I first heard the band on WHFS and we talked about Weasel, who they also loved. Good times...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Song: "The Tube Exuding" by "Quill"
Okay. Here's just one track. On a somewhat themed Julie fill-in
...*where* does Julie find these ??
  11:42pm
CC:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @11:40
Kiss would probably be a hit for some people...:)
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still b/p:

My sister won tickets calling in to radio station for premiere of Yellow Submarine in Boston, and she took me to see it with her. Kleig lights out front pointed to the sky. Big deal. Big fun.
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hunterfelt:

↳ CC @11:39
Yeah definitely the highlight of The Grateful Dead Movie which is imho kind of a drag even for this Deadhead. Kind of like their Song Remains The Same.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ CC @11:42
Well Kiss had a Marvel Comics issue. Why not...
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David Shortell:

↳ Song: "Only The Black Rose" by "The Yardbirds"
I don't know if I've ever seen a more garish LP jacket.
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Black Dog:

↳ Summer and Michael and Sylvia @11:41
Yup, I'm sure I first heard the Fleshtones on HFS. Goodtimes indeed!
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Julie:

hi David!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ hunterfelt @11:43
I'm not even a Zep nut (I'm a Whofreak) - but 'How The West Was One' of Live footage is the Zep film you want.
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Black Dog:

↳ Song: "Editions of You" by "Roxy Music"
Roxxxxxxy! Yes, Julzzzz!
  11:46pm
CC:

↳ hunterfelt @11:43
I still love seeing all them hippies rocking out and them girls dancing in their granny dresses...:)
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hunterfelt:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @11:45
Oh yeah. I think the "How The West Was Won" album is the best Led Zeppelin document period. It really shows why they were considered a premiere live act.
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Ross66:

Really interesting mix of records tonight! Learned of some new stuff I hadn’t heard before.
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WR:

↳ Song: "Editions of You" by "Roxy Music"
Such a lovely decadent poseur song. shudder but still love it.
  🦇 11:47pm
hunterfelt:

↳ Black Dog @11:46
Speaking of Brian Eno. Maybe a perfect album?
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still b/p:

If you'd asked me, I'da bet five bucks that Editions of You was on first album. And I'd be broke and confused.
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WR:

↳ Ross66 @11:46
Agreed, always fun to learn of new old recordings of interest.
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Ross66:

↳ WR @11:48
I definitely need that Quill album!
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Midge:

↳ Song: "Editions of You" by "Roxy Music"
It's going to be be hard falling asleep after this song! It's about time I view the Old Grey Whistle Test performance again.
  11:49pm
CC:

↳ WR @11:48
Julie knows how to do it when she wants to...:)
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still b/p:

↳ WR @11:47
Change and strip down the production style and it could be pretty punk-y.
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Julie:

↳ still b/p @11:50
it's pretty punk-y anyway!
  11:51pm
CC:

↳ Julie @11:50
Not in my opinion...:)
  🦇 11:51pm
hunterfelt:

↳ Julie @11:50
The first two Roxy Music albums are up there with the Stooges and the Velvets (and honestly "Electric Warrior" era T. Rex) as far as proto-punk goes.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Love the story that when Roxy were singed their audience was ...nobody yet.
  🦇 11:54pm
hunterfelt:

Okay, getting near the time. Great show Julie. Thanks to all for paying attention to my rambling. Good night birds!
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David Shortell:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @11:43
I never read it. I only know their inscrutable appearance in Howard The Duck #12/13.
  11:55pm
CC:

The punk label does not fit where some people want it to fit...:)
  11:56pm
Blissland:

which one is Heaven and which is Earth?
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Julie:

↳ Blissland @11:56
I've been asked this before :D
  11:57pm
Blissland:

↳ Julie @11:56
not surprising. I like the blonde
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Ken From Hyde Park:

Thanks for filling in tonight, Julie.
  11:57pm
CC:

↳ Blissland @11:56
As Above So Below...:)
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Ken From Hyde Park:

↳ Ken From Hyde Park @11:57
(I presume you're not planning a fourth hour.)
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Julie:

thanks so much everyone!
  11:58pm
Katharsis:

Thanks all. lovely
  11:58pm
CC:

Ya did good Julie...:)
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WR:

Thank you! Julie!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

~ TY Always DJ Julie ~
  11:59pm
Blissland:

oh it's over already. Well thanks for the memories and everything.
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Midge:

Thank you Julie! It's nice to hear your show at full volume. I may chime in tomorrow from work. So far it's going very well and I'm enjoying the new gig.
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Black Dog:

↳ Song: "She's A Rainbow" by "The Rolling Stones"
Thanks, Julie! What wonderful, metaphysical show!
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Julie:

that's great Midge!
  12:00am
CC:

↳ Black Dog @11:59
Don't forget existential...:)
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Ross66:

↳ CC @12:00
Yes, that!
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David Shortell:

↳ Song: "She's A Rainbow" by "The Rolling Stones"
Did this come out before or after Cream's “She Walks Like A Bearded Rainbow”?
  12:01am
Blissland:

Unfortunately I will miss most of the Dark Night of the Soul show tomorrow since I have to do errands. And it's unfortunate since it is one of the few shows that doesn't leave me feeling alienated.
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Ross66:

↳ David Shortell @12:01
Yes
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Ross66:

Gnite all! Thanks, Julie!
  12:02am
Blissland:

↳ Ross66 @12:02
Good night
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David Shortell:

↳ Ross66 @12:02
I hate when people make that reply!
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Yvang:

Thanks Julie!
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Roberto:

CRAAAAP I missed the fill-in gad durnit
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Black Dog:

↳ CC @12:00
HaHa!
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David Shortell:

↳ Song: "Only The Black Rose" by "The Yardbirds"
A pity there's no time to hear Clear Light's "Black Roses"!
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Yvang:

Dark Night of Love!
  12:05am
Blissland:

I only really enjoy the real time experience. I'll try to make it home before 7 if I can
  12:06am
Blissland:

oops, I said home, I should have said the house that I currently occupy because I can't afford to move anywhere else.
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