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Options January 12, 2017: The Rebels are Coming to Town

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Artist Track Album Year Comments Approx. start time
The Lost Generation  The Young, Tough and the Terrible   Options Young, Tough And Terrible  1972  Chicago  0:01:25 (Pop‑up)
Lancelot Layne  Blow'Way   Options Afro'Dadian / Blow'Way 7"  197?  Trinidad  0:04:24 (Pop‑up)
Shadow  D'Hardest   Options D'Hardest 12"  1980  Trinidad  0:07:10 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
The Lost Generation 
The Lost Generation (Instrumental)   Options Young, Tough And Terrible      0:14:12 (Pop‑up)
Lancelot Layne  Make Life Easy on Me   Options Who Could Help Me / Make Life Easy on Me 7"  197?  Trinidad  0:22:51 (Pop‑up)
Lancelot Layne  Carnival Drum Song   Options Neo Calypso  197?  Trinidad  0:25:24 (Pop‑up)
Network Rapso Riddum Band   Ring de Bell   Options Ring de Bell / Ring de Bell (Festival Version) 7"  1987  Trinidad (with Brother Resistance)  0:28:40 (Pop‑up)
Oluko Imo  Imo   Options Imo 7"  197?  Trinidad (with Black Truth Rhythm Band)  0:31:48 (Pop‑up)
Wild Fire  Check It Out   Options Check It  1976  Trinidad  0:35:00 (Pop‑up)
Elsworth James & Just Fab Deltones  Calypso Music   Options Message from the Islands    Trinidad  0:38:28 (Pop‑up)
Clarence Curvan & His Mod Sounds  Calypsoul   Options Calypsoul 70: Caribbean Soul & Calypso Crossover 1969-1979    Trinidad  0:40:35 (Pop‑up)
Brother Resistance  Star Warz Rapso   Options Rapso Take Over  1986  Trinidad (with Network [Rapso] Riddum Band)  0:43:54 (Pop‑up)
Shadow  Let's Get It Together   Options Sweet Sweet Dreams  1984  Trinidad  0:51:06 (Pop‑up)
Wild Fire  The Rebels   Options Time is the Answer  1980  Trinidad  0:59:18 (Pop‑up)
Executor  I Don't Know How The Young Men Living   Options Calypsos From Trinidad: Politics, Intrigue and Violence in the 1930's  193?  Trinidad  1:01:23 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
Brother Resistance 
Wars in Space Dub   Options Rapso Take Over      1:04:19 (Pop‑up)
Mtume  Body Sounds   Options Rebirth Cycle  1977  NYC  1:14:28 (Pop‑up)
Mtume  Umoja   Options Rebirth Cycle  1977  NYC  1:18:33 (Pop‑up)
Ghetto Brothers  Viva Puerto Rico Libre   Options Power-Fuerza  1972  Bronx  1:23:20 (Pop‑up)
Belita Palma  Fidel Castro   Options ?  19??  Angola  1:29:10 (Pop‑up)
Duo Ouro Negro  Amanhã   Options Blackground  1971  Angola  1:32:33 (Pop‑up)
Rikki Ililonga  Musamuseke   Options Zambia  1975  Zambia  1:35:47 (Pop‑up)
African Brothers Band International  Kyeremirekuku   Options Tribute to D.K.  1980  Ghana  1:38:50 (Pop‑up)
Pasteur Lappé  As Far as I Can Remember (Memories)   Options The Sekele Movement 12"  19??  Cameroon  1:45:48 (Pop‑up)
Lumumba  Love Is 50/50   Options Lumumba  1974  Ghana (Duke Lumumba & Rim Kwaku Obeng)  1:52:26 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
Pharoah Sanders 
Nigerian Juju Highlife   Options       1:58:58 (Pop‑up)
Rim Kwaku Obeng  Gas Line   Options Rim Arrives  1980  Ghana  2:08:02 (Pop‑up)
Duke Lumumba  Jungle Funk   Options Jungle Funk  1969  Ghana  2:11:29 (Pop‑up)
Ofege  Burning Jungle   Options How Do You Feel  1978  Nigeria  2:15:46 (Pop‑up)
Cloud One  Atmosphere Strut   Options Atmosphere Strut  1976  NYC  2:19:54 (Pop‑up)
McNeal & Niles  One Slave, One Gun   Options Thrust  1979  Akron, OH  2:27:55 (Pop‑up)
The Lost Generation  This is the Lost Generation   Options Young, Tough And Terrible  1972  Chicago  2:32:59 (Pop‑up)
King Khan  Children Of The World   Options Children Of The World / Gone Are The Times 7"  2016  Soundtrack to documentary about the Invaders, of Memphis  2:36:20 (Pop‑up)
King Khan feat. Ian Svenonius  Hurtin' Class   Options Hurtin' Class / Hurtin' Class (Instrumental) 7"  2016  Soundtrack to documentary about the Invaders, of Memphis  2:39:09 (Pop‑up)
The Peace  Black Power   Options Black Power  1975  Zambia  2:42:41 (Pop‑up)
Black Stalin  Better Days   Options You Ask For It  1984  Trinidad  2:45:03 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
Southern Tropical Harmony Steel Band 
Limbo   Options       2:52:52 (Pop‑up)
Shadow  D'Hardest   Options D'Hardest 12"  1980  Trinidad  2:58:23 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

Avatar 6:54pm Flash Strap:

Evening explorers! Gonna be a warm night in here
  6:57pm Ehd:

Hi Flash, warm nights in the winter are great!
  7:00pm JtotheK:

Hi Flash, good evening fellow explorers!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:01pm listener james from westwood:

How do, Flash and all!
Avatar 7:03pm Flash Strap:

Hi Ehd, J_K, Listener Jaaaaames! Welcome, welcome welcome!
Avatar 7:04pm hyde:

Flash Strap never ever ever does what he should
  7:04pm MrFab:

Got my pith helmet, my khakis, riding crop tucked under my arm...ready to explore, eh what?
Avatar 7:06pm Flash Strap:

Mr. Fab, beware the rebels in that getup now

Hyde, you get me, you really get me
  7:07pm MrFab:

Oh, the natives are restless tonight?
Avatar 7:09pm Flash Strap:

This track has obsessed me of late, feverishly so
Avatar 7:10pm Flash Strap:

in a manner of speaking, yes, Mr. Fab
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:10pm doctorjazz:

Avatar 7:11pm Flash Strap:

Dr. Jazz! Hello friend
Avatar 7:13pm Flash Strap:

This track is gonna stay with you all, mark my words. It will haunt your dreams, replace your original shadow
  7:13pm MrFab:

How can i work dancing around in my chair like this? My coworkers probly wonder about me as it is...
Avatar 7:15pm geezerette:

Hey Evan and intrepids!
Avatar 7:15pm geezerette:

Love the image. :)
Avatar 7:18pm hyde:

hiya, geezerette!
Avatar 7:21pm geezerette:

Hyde! How you doin' buddy?
Avatar 7:22pm hyde:

i'm getting by. long weekend comin' ;)
Avatar 7:23pm geezerette:

Avatar 7:24pm geezerette:

Evan this is a great track!
Avatar 7:24pm Flash Strap:

Hi Geezerette! Welcome friend!
Avatar 7:25pm Flash Strap:

I agree. I love Lancelot's voice: "you hear me man?"
Avatar 7:25pm geezerette:

Thanks Evan! :)
Avatar 7:26pm geezerette:

Exactly! That was the line that grabbed me.
Avatar 7:28pm Flash Strap:

it's crazy how much that line actually makes you sit up and listen
Avatar 7:29pm geezerette:

When I was a kid I was in Nassau for Junkanoo. Stunning. Eye opening.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:29pm Scraps deSelby:

dah dee, dee dah. h'lo, h'lo.
Avatar 7:30pm Flash Strap:

Would love to see that someday, geezerette

H'lo deSelby! What's scrappin'?
Avatar 7:31pm Little Danny:

Evening Flash and all!
Avatar 7:31pm Flash Strap:

such a groove
Avatar 7:32pm Little Danny:

Evan: I've listened to last week's Explorer's Room three times over the last seven days. One of the greats
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:32pm Scraps:

beeble, babble. hey hey.
Avatar 7:32pm Flash Strap:

LD, what a pleasure!
Avatar 7:35pm Flash Strap:

damn man that means the actual valley of the saroos to me. Thanks LD, truly
Avatar 7:36pm geezerette:

God ,I lLOVE this!
Avatar 7:36pm Flash Strap:

Wild Fire is just insanely intense
Avatar 7:37pm geezerette:

Words and delivery. No foolin'.
Avatar 7:37pm Flash Strap:

sort of a Whitfield-era Temptations thing going, but just inferno furious about it
Avatar 7:39pm geezerette:

Yeah, the intensity.
Avatar 7:42pm Flash Strap:

we got another Wild Fire track coming in not too long... REALLY GOOD group.

looking high and low for their 4 LPs and it ain't as easy as I'd like. Pretty much just have stuff from comps
Avatar 7:45pm geezerette:

Well thanks for introducing us to them!
Avatar 7:47pm Flash Strap:

well, my great pleasure indeed
Avatar 7:47pm geezerette:

"Star Wars Rapso", anthem for winter of '17.
Avatar 7:48pm Flash Strap:

haha seriously
Avatar 7:51pm Flash Strap:

on a related note, I saw that new Star War and thought it was sort of ok. Like it had a sort of interesting subtext if you cared to give it that sort of generosity as a viewer
Avatar 7:52pm Flash Strap:

not that you should, necessarily.
Avatar 7:54pm Flash Strap:

some heavy groove from the mighty Shadow here! hits like a sledgehammer
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:54pm doctorjazz:

The best thing about the new Star Wars (that I haven't seen yet) is that it enabled me to get the old films to watch with the kids.
Just finished Stranger Things with my daughter, creepy.
Avatar 7:55pm geezerette:

ha,I always look for reasons to though. :) (@7:52)
Avatar 7:57pm Flash Strap:

I liked Stranger Things. I'm from the same area as the Duffy Brothers, and grew up right near a mysterious gov. facility (with all this myth/urban legend stuff built up around it), which they drew on for the show. so that made it relevant to my boyhood
  7:58pm yellowbird:

That last track knocked me out.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:58pm doctorjazz:

I liked it too (as did my 18 year old...she didn't want to turn it off ever).
Avatar 8:00pm Flash Strap:

@G: it did have some semblance of an actual revolutionary effort, sans magic noblemen Jedi, which plugs into the zeitgeist of this foul time and grants it a kind of relevance. Also it's just a better flick than Force Awakens, not that that says much
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:00pm doctorjazz:

Leaving the office, put on the app in the car, fun show, night all!
Avatar 8:00pm Flash Strap:

Hi Yellowbird! Welcome friendo!
Avatar 8:01pm hyde:

i haven't seen Stranger Things, but i liked what i have heard of the soundtrack
  8:02pm yellowbird:

evenin' Flash. I'm liking these rich sounds.
Avatar 8:02pm hyde:

i also confess i'm a little ambivalent about Star Wars...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:03pm listener james from westwood:

This set is a whole lotta fun. And I too have heard good things re: Stranger Things.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:04pm listener james from westwood:

I say that as an 80s kid, a former D&D player, and a Winona Ryder fan.
Avatar 8:04pm Flash Strap:

adios, Doc! Thanks!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:04pm melinda:

hi folks!
Avatar 8:06pm hyde:

hey melinda!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:10pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Met a young woman from Trinidad. I thot then - the most beautiful human being I had ever seen: a mix of races that made her - pretty much Golden.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:12pm Scraps:

YES. Especially reggae compilations. I always try and find the albums.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:14pm Scraps:

RevRab: Oh yes. Bjork, Phoebe Cates... makes me almost believe in God.
Avatar 8:17pm Flash Strap:

@Hyde: it is always ok and even right to be ambivalent about a Disney franchise.

Stuff like that, I don't even view as "entertainment" so much as a text to be analyzed and batted around
Avatar 8:18pm Flash Strap:

Hi Melinda! Great to see you!
Avatar 8:19pm coelacanth∅:

'evening Evan and Explorers
Avatar 8:20pm Flash Strap:

Hi fish brother!
Avatar 8:23pm Flash Strap:

Mtume is so funky man
Avatar 8:24pm coelacanth∅:

...agreed @8.17 on both points! (except i don't have much experience for analyzing and battering star wars - because of my ambivalence!)
  8:26pm ?:

Oh man, the Ghetto Brothers. Such a great one
Avatar 8:27pm Flash Strap:

I have to admit that I really like the original trilogy, esp. the first two and the first act of the 3rd (Jabba's palace, in the original unedited version, is so crazy Orientalist). But I break with Star Wars fans pretty much categorically
Avatar 8:27pm Little Danny:

Last comment from "?" re: Ghetto Brothers was me
Avatar 8:28pm Flash Strap:

Aha, so Danny is the Mysterion! Yeah, probably their best tune in my book. Great record.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:28pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

There are worse mass phenoms than StarWars. I was a SciFi magazine nerd before the 1st came out - & was ready for an amalgamation of Tolkien & '2001'. It's got the Force & Joe Campbell Hero stuff - but it also turned out a prototype of the Blockbusters - all sensationalism & no story. Meh. Potential squandered. Japanese Anime - that rawks!...
...Now FMU - this astounds w/ range & quality. I mean - really. A Thursday off work - engaged & informed for hours on end - & it's just one day. Gary last night sharing his Thai adventures. Tonight the Caribbean...
Avatar 8:30pm hyde:

@Flash it's not the Disney thing, really. I should explain.

i saw the first one when it came out, when i was 14. i liked it ok, but wasn't crazy about it. i knew enough about old movies that i saw where it was coming from, but didn't connect with it. not that it was a ripoff--i mean, Once Upon a Time in the West does that kind of history riffing, and i love it.

by the time Empire dropped, i was a 17-18 year old punk rocker, and so i just never connected with it. since i've seen it plenty and it's clearly the best Star Wars movie. but i just never managed to get on board the train during my formative years. so subsequently, when i saw the last of the original trilogy and then the next three, i really just couldn't get it. becasue well, the second trilogy is bad.

i did see the force awakens, and enjoyed it. it's an entertaining, well made movie and yet...to me, there is just a lot of fan service that is about things that i don't really care about because i have never connected so much with the originals. i don't begrudge anyne who is a fan the things that make them excited about it, but that is just not me.

and that is my star wars story. i will see rogue one, since i like Gareth Edwards as a director. and i'll see whatever the next real one is called, since i like Rian Johnson as a director. And i suspect they'll be fine. But i suspect still at arm's length....
Avatar 8:32pm Flash Strap:

@rev:It really is a death knell for New hollywood. And mark me down as a Campbell skeptic in a big way. But it's also a tremendous act of pastiche, and I really love those first flicks despite all
Avatar 8:35pm Flash Strap:

Just wanna backtrack and say if anyone has any concrete info about that tremendous Fidel Castro / Belita Palma track, I'd be very curious to know
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:37pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

It's got some stuff. 'I'm not afraid Yoda!' '...You will be.' He managed to get some Zen into dull-normals' heads. Just...well I think we're on the same page. I'm much like Hyde here - it came too late. I had Tolkien & the real SciFi - & it wasn't enuff. It's curious what one becomes a fanboy of or does not...Miyazaki - now that has the Awe for me...the anime Akira - gnarly visuals *&* ideas...let the Japanese do Star Wars - they could rock it...
Avatar 8:38pm Flash Strap:

I can dig where you're coming from, Hyde
  8:39pm Zev Deans:

Hey, Evan, been digging the show, havent heard from ya in a while, congrats on the move, buddy
Avatar 8:42pm Flash Strap:

Zev my man! Thanks brother. We should catch up, I wanna know what you're into
  8:44pm Zev Deans:

I'm INTO your show, buddy!! I was just listening to a Roger Corman interview, and found out that HE was the guy tasked with changing and re-releasing that soviet scifi exotic movie into an American release,
  8:45pm Zev Deans:

The one you recut and mixed for the Spectacle show
Avatar 8:45pm Flash Strap:

and he turned it over to Bogdonavich, right?
  8:46pm Zev Deans:

And it turns out that Corman had his intern, a fresh-out-of-school Francis Ford Coppola, do all the cutting to remove the soviet anti-American elements
Avatar 8:46pm hyde:

Voyage To the Planet of Prehistoric Women? now THAT i can connect with!
Avatar 8:47pm Flash Strap:

I know bogdanovich did some reshoots for another release of it, titled Voyage To the Planet of Prehistoric Women, as opposed to Voyage To the Prehistoric Planet
  8:48pm Zev Deans:

Anyway, I'm working on something vaguely... similar.

Hit me up sometime, I may have some projects in the not-so-distant future for collab...

LOVE YOUR SHOW, and that Henri Rousseau painting gave me the perfect pitch idea yesterday, thanks for all, give me a ring sometime
Avatar 8:48pm coelacanth∅:

to be fair, i'm not into ANY movie enough to make me care about the sequels.
i've never instigated watching a movie; never been to a theatre alone; never made a plan to watch a movie on tv; never rented a movie to watch alone...

i would like to watch the entire original star trek series though, some day, and maybe the original twilight zones as well.
Avatar 8:48pm Flash Strap:

man that flick has had a crazy journey. I was watching Solaris the other day and it had some of the same actors in the early scenes

I didn't know that about Coppola though! I mean Wow
  8:49pm Zev Deans:

yeah, they had to get rid of the communist elements (which I've never seen), so he was tasked with editing them out
Avatar 8:50pm hyde:

love Bogdanovich. ever seen Saint Jack, the one he shot in secret in Singapore in the 70's? that was one of the best rediscoveries of last year for me.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:51pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

As you know: Corman always came in under budget & ahead of schedule - made what, 100s of films? Legs up to people like Coppola...& he's this Trash monger!
@coel: I'm like that too - & I wonder if the interwebz have messed my attention span even! How can I sit & watch one dumb thing for hours?! There's - stuff going on - now...
Avatar 8:51pm Flash Strap:

I have seen What's Up Doc and Paper Moon a dozen times each, he's so good
Avatar 8:51pm hyde:

@coelecanth ha. i stayed in a friend's house over new year's with cable, and there were BOTH original Twilight Zone and original Star Trek marathons on. watched a lot of those...
Avatar 8:53pm Flash Strap:

Zev: you got it. Soon, we talk.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:54pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Star Trek took all the SciFi & many Science concepts & popularized them - lightyears & time travel paradoxes & so on. Stuff everybody knows now. Most programs were 1/2-hour - that show literally taught me what an hour was. I wonder what I'd think now...
Avatar 8:54pm hyde:

@Flash Strap love those. and Targets. Targets is genius. also saw They All Laughed for the first time last year--also really, really good. But man, i loved Saint Jack.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:55pm Doug Schulkind:

Love is Flash/Strap.
Avatar 8:55pm hyde:

@RevRab it's still entertaining as hell
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:56pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Avatar 8:56pm Flash Strap:

I gotta see St. Jack then !
Avatar 8:57pm Flash Strap:

Doooooooug is 10/10, 2 thumbs up!
Avatar 8:58pm Little Danny:

Epic set Flash. Lovin' it!
Avatar 8:58pm hyde:

there's a book about the Making of Saint Jack that is insanely priced at Amazon (www.amazon.com...) but i contacted the author on twitter & he said he'd sell me one for 25$. i should probably do that.
Avatar 9:01pm coelacanth∅:

RR, i know what you mean. i always liked the fact that i could listen to music and do something else simultaneously- which i couldn't do with tv. i do waste a bit of time though - getting sucked in to one youboob video after another; or a wikipedia wormhole. i'm defying myself!
Avatar 9:03pm coelacanth∅:

hyde @8.51, that makes me happy! (though i wish i did that)
Avatar 9:08pm Flash Strap:

hysterical lyrics here
Avatar 9:09pm quinn:

many delights
Avatar 9:10pm Flash Strap:

did I misspeak and say that the Duke Lumumba LP was called Burning Jungle? Meant to say Jungle Funk
Avatar 9:11pm Flash Strap:

Hello Quinn and warm welcome!
Avatar 9:12pm Flash Strap:

Duke himself: img.discogs.com...
Avatar 9:13pm Flash Strap:

gorgeous drums on this cut
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:14pm Doug Schulkind:

I once enjoyed some heavy petting with my high school sweetheart in the back of her '73 Lincoln Continental while waiting on an early morning gas line during the 1980 oil crisis. We each had volunteered separately to our parents to drive over to the local gas station and wait on line until it opened. We parked in line back to back and then "waited" in her vehicle. Possibly the smartest tricky thing I've ever done.
Avatar 9:15pm hyde:

@Doug sly dog
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:16pm melinda:

Nice funk.
Avatar 9:17pm Flash Strap:

I love hearing your adventures in the necking sciences Doug
Avatar 9:18pm geezerette:

Lovely voice! :D
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:18pm melinda:

I had been doing a good job of limiting social media for a while but just got sucked into arguing against clueless political commentary on facebook. Closed it for the night, now it's Explorers Room and nothing else!
Avatar 9:19pm hyde:

@Doug another great angle is that the '73 Lincoln Continental probably got about 8 miles to the gallon.
Avatar 9:19pm Flash Strap:

This is a funny track: great dance funk, but not a great Ofege track, as it doesn't contain a crazy, indulgent, stoned, brilliant guitar solo
Avatar 9:19pm geezerette:

Good call melinda!
Avatar 9:20pm Little Danny:

P&P classique! God I love this sound
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:20pm Doug Schulkind:

More like 8 gallons per mile, hyde.
Avatar 9:20pm hyde:

@melinda heh. there's just no winning at that. welcome to the funk.
Avatar 9:21pm Flash Strap:

exactly, LD! yes!
Avatar 9:24pm geezerette:

This is backtracking but "Last Picture Show" kills me every time, & I absolutely love the way Bogdanovich used music. Of course, Hank Williams is a huge favorite of mine.
Gotta find "Saint Jack" now!
Avatar 9:26pm quinn:

what ofege track should i refer to if i am interested in crazy, indulgent, stoned, brilliant guitar solos?
Avatar 9:27pm Flash Strap:

man I haven't seen Picture Show in so long. Time for a rewatch! Also, I really like whole passages of Nickelodeon, even though I'm not sure I like the film as a whole
Avatar 9:27pm geezerette:

( I've been wanting rum since 7:00. ) :D
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:29pm melinda:

I think I saw Nickelodeon as a kid, haven't thought about it in ages.
Avatar 9:29pm Flash Strap:

Quinn: I'll just point you towards the first few LPs and I think you just can't lose: www.discogs.com...

And Geezerette: I've been HAVING rum since 7:00
Avatar 9:30pm hyde:

i never have seen Nickleodeon...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:30pm melinda:

I've heard of Saint Jack but didn't know it was filmed in secret. That makes it more interesting.
Avatar 9:31pm geezerette:

Agree! I don't think it's a great film but enjoyed it anyway.
Another thing about"Picture Show" is the stunning B&W photography. Sucker for that.
Ha! Cheers then Evan!
Avatar 9:31pm Flash Strap:

has a pretty good scene where Ryan O'Neal and Burt Reynolds basically box their way through and over a whole dustbowl farm. It's weird to watch them fight, esp. since O'neal is the better of the two
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:31pm melinda:

On a different theme, the last film I saw was the FMU doc, Sex and Broadcasting. Everyone should see it who hasn't yet!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:33pm melinda:

70s films set in Texas makes me think of Days of Heaven. Though I believe it was filmed in the Dakotas or somewhere like that.
Avatar 9:36pm geezerette:

melinda,is it on a streaming service?

"Days of Heaven" is a great silent film. Loose the soundtrack with it's awful narration and it's a magnificent movie. But then, I like silent movies.
Avatar 9:37pm geezerette:

King Khan,wow!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:41pm melinda:

Sex and Broadcasting is on amazon, and I think maybe Netflix too. I haven't seen Days of Heaven in a while but I remember finding the Linda Manz character and her narration interesting (I think it was her). Mostly it was the cinematography.
Avatar 9:42pm Flash Strap:

the 4 singles from this project are pretty outrageous, highly recommended: khannibalism.bandcamp.com
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:42pm melinda:

Oh, it's Ian Svenonius. He's great. performed locally a few times and I always miss it.
Avatar 9:45pm Little Danny:

Oh wow "Black Power" is just great. There's a bit of the Chambers Brothers' "Time Has Come Today" to it
Avatar 9:49pm Flash Strap:

This track is hysterical to me. Black Stalin. Robot voice+squigglesynths. What the hell, what a joy
Avatar 9:49pm Flash Strap:

Agree, LD
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:50pm melinda:

It is kinda crazy, in a good way. Robot knows the truth.
Avatar 9:51pm quinn:

ticks all the boxes
Avatar 9:52pm Flash Strap:

hahaha check... check... yep, this checks out.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:56pm melinda:

That documentary sounds good.
Avatar 9:56pm Little Danny:

The fun rages on here: wfmu.org... You betta be there!
Avatar 9:57pm quinn:

dang it why do i always tune in at the end
Avatar 9:58pm geezerette:

Great show AGAIN Evan! Happy Weekend.
Avatar 9:58pm coelacanth∅:

g, i wouldn't have known i am familiar with Bogdonovitch; but the last picture show is one of my all-time favorites.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:59pm Doug Schulkind:

On to Danny Maximus!

Flash Strap, you continue to astound and delight.
Avatar 9:59pm coelacanth∅:

Thanks Evan!
Avatar 10:00pm Flash Strap:

my question exactly, listener quinn! why must you deprive us?
Avatar 10:00pm hyde:

thanks, man!
Avatar 10:01pm geezerette:

Yay coel! Paper Moon also great. :)
Avatar 10:01pm Flash Strap:

Thanks Melinda, Thanks C, Thanks Doug you sly whisperer, thanks Hyde, thanks all and much love, good night
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