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The core of Big Planet Noise was formed when Bob Irwin was just 5 years old. The day he picked up his first 45, the whole thing set to spinning – and records and music have been pretty much all he’s thought about ever since. Avocation eventually became vocation, leading to Sundazed Music and Modern Harmonic, all drawing inspiration from Bob’s legendary collection. But, what good is having so many records if no-one else can hear them with you?

Big Planet Noise is Bob’s way of inviting everyone over to hang out in the music room while he and co-host Gina Bacon flip through the stacks and play great records. And – the BPN chat room is where the action is… they yak about what’s on the turntable, tell stories, backstories, and share what was had for dinner, friends ’n family style. Gina keeps the celestial orbit steady-as-it-goes; making sure the stylus stays in the groove, the stacks don’t teeter and the drinks don’t spill all over the console. NB: Gina can also be heard on Saturday afternoons as the host of Someday Matinee (also on WFMU's Give The Drummer Radio stream), a show filled with live musical performances and artist interviews, direct from Music City.

There’s a reason it’s called Big Planet Noise… the show covers a lot of musical ground; familiar, forgotten, unheralded, unheard… The sonic menu is ever-changing; you’ll hear oddball teens, psychedelic wizards, mod lads, sitar savants, space-cadets, groovy soundtracks, and maybe even some bossa nova, when it feels right.

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Options August 20, 2018: Big Planet Noise! Show #111

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Artist Track Album Label Format Approx. start time
Davie Allan & the Arrows  Blue’s Trip   Options Blues Theme  Tower  LP  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
The Ventures  The Swingin' Creeper   Options   Dolton  45  0:01:43 (Pop‑up)
Travis Wammick  Night Train   Options   Atlantic  45  0:04:10 (Pop‑up)
Link Wray  Commanche   Options   Epic  45  0:06:40 (Pop‑up)
The Viscounts  Chug A Lug   Options Harlem Nocturne  Amy  LP  0:08:56 (Pop‑up)
The Gee Cees  Buzz Saw   Options   Crest   45  0:11:10 (Pop‑up)
Booker T & the M.G.’s  Plum Nellie   Options   Stax  45  0:13:09 (Pop‑up)
Bob Morris  Grounded Wasp   Options   Lode  45  0:15:11 (Pop‑up)
Sandy Nelson  Summer In The City   Options Beat That #!!@ Drum  Imperial  LP  0:17:17 (Pop‑up)
  Big Planet Chat!         0:20:17 (Pop‑up)
Christopher & the Souls  Diamonds, Rats & Gum   Options   Pharoah  45  0:25:06 (Pop‑up)
The Princetons  You’re My Love   Options   Philips  45  0:27:49 (Pop‑up)
The Headstones  Bad Day Blues   Options   Pharoah  45  0:29:27 (Pop‑up)
The Initial Shock  It’s Not Easy   Options   B.F.D.  45  0:32:17 (Pop‑up)
Dr. Spec’s Optical Illusion  Tryin’ To Mess My Mind   Options   Flambeau  45  0:35:12 (Pop‑up)
A-440  Torture   Options   Sona  45  0:37:51 (Pop‑up)
The Blues Invention  The Third Side of Life   Options   Great Scott  45  0:40:08 (Pop‑up)
The Gordian Knot  The Year of the Sun   Options   Verve  45  0:42:12 (Pop‑up)
The Fabs   Dinah Wants Religion   Options   Cotton Ball  45  0:44:54 (Pop‑up)
  Big Planet Chat!         0:47:33 (Pop‑up)
The Bintangs  Please Do Listen   Options   CNR (Netherlands)  45  0:51:03 (Pop‑up)
The Hollies  Tomorrow When It Comes   Options The Complete Hollies  EMI UK  Other  0:54:14 (Pop‑up)
Herman’s Hermits  London Look   Options   Columbia GEMA  45  0:56:51 (Pop‑up)
The Kinks  Autumn Almanac   Options   Reprise  45  0:58:50 (Pop‑up)
Tomorrow  My White Bicycle   Options   Parlophone UK  45  1:01:58 (Pop‑up)
Chad & Jeremy  When Your Love Has Gone   Options Distant Shores  Columbia  LP  1:05:06 (Pop‑up)
The Walker Brothers  Here Comes The Night   Options Introducing The Walker Brothers  Smash  LP  1:08:05 (Pop‑up)
The Yardbirds  Hot House of Omagarashid   Options Over Under Sideways Down  Epic  LP  1:10:09 (Pop‑up)
  Big Planet Chat!         1:12:43 (Pop‑up)
The Ides of March  Roller Coaster   Options   Parrot  45  1:16:16 (Pop‑up)
The Turtles  Love In The City   Options   White Whale  45  1:18:48 (Pop‑up)
The Cryan’ Shames  I Wanna Meet You   Options   Columbia  45  1:22:02 (Pop‑up)
The Byrds  You Won’t Have To Cry (alt. vers.)   Options Sanctuary  Columbia  LP  1:24:07 (Pop‑up)
The Grass Roots  These Are Bad Times   Options   Dunhill  45  1:26:16 (Pop‑up)
The Rising Sons  I Got A Little   Options The Rising Sons  Columbia  LP  1:28:56 (Pop‑up)
The Sir Douglas Quintet  Nuevo Laredo   Options   Smash  45  1:31:03 (Pop‑up)
The Lovin’ Spoonful   Voodoo In My Basement   Options Hums of The Lovin’ Spoonful  Kama Sutra  LP  1:33:43 (Pop‑up)
The Butterfield Blues Band  I Got A Mind To Give Up Living   Options East-West   Elektra  LP  1:35:57 (Pop‑up)
  Big Planet Chat!         1:40:58 (Pop‑up)
The Live Five  Move Over & Let Me Fly   Options   Piccadilly  45  1:45:34 (Pop‑up)
The Ballroom  You Turn Me Around   Options Magic Time  Columbia  Other  1:47:56 (Pop‑up)
The Fugs  Crystal Liaison   Options It Crawled Into My Hand, Honest  Reprise  LP  1:50:52 (Pop‑up)
The Mothers of Invention  Who Needs The Peace Corps?   Options We’re Only In It For The Money  Verve  LP  1:53:27 (Pop‑up)
The Seeds  Wild Blood   Options   GNP Crescendo  45  1:56:00 (Pop‑up)
Dominic Frontiere  Widow Maker   Options On Any Sunday STK  Bell  LP  1:58:15 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

Avatar 8:01pm Gina Bacon:

Happy Monday, y'all!
  8:01pm Andy R:

Happy Monday, all!
  8:01pm Jay S.:

Avatar 8:01pm bigplanetnoise:

Here we are - fuzz and wah wahs!
Avatar 8:02pm bigplanetnoise:

Hey Andy! Hi Jay!
  8:03pm Jay S.:

Never heard The Ventures quite this fuzzy
  8:03pm Andy R:

Hey Bob and Gina!
Avatar 8:03pm bigplanetnoise:

This is such a great period for them! Super duper fuzzbox action in 1966 from the Ventures!
Avatar 8:04pm Gina Bacon:

Hey Andy!
Avatar 8:05pm Mailman Tom:

I just checked the Ventures discography and was astounded to learn that they put out 175 albums!
Avatar 8:05pm Gina Bacon:

Hi Jay S!
  8:05pm Jay S.:

Hi Gina!
Avatar 8:05pm bigplanetnoise:

Mailman - that's CRAZY!
Avatar 8:06pm bigplanetnoise:

Road trip! Travis still plays every Monday night in a catfish restaurant in north Alabama!!!! LET'S GO!!!!!!!!!
Avatar 8:06pm Gina Bacon:

Hey there, Mailman Tom!
Avatar 8:07pm Mailman Tom:

Hi Gina!
Avatar 8:07pm Gina Bacon:

I call shotgun!!
Avatar 8:08pm Mailman Tom:

Link Wray was a native American, so it's not surprising that he recorded this one.
Avatar 8:09pm bigplanetnoise:

I think there needs to be an all-Link all-the-time program...
  8:10pm Eargasm!:

Hey Bob and Gina! You're really cookin' tonight!
Avatar 8:11pm Gina Bacon:

Hey Paul!!
Avatar 8:11pm bigplanetnoise:

Hey Eargasm! Thanks! I'm still recovering from Birmingham.
  8:12pm Smoketown Joe:

Yay noise!!!! Great show folks.
  8:12pm Eargasm!:

Same here!! Oysters, Records, and Beer galore! Unbeatable combination!
Avatar 8:12pm bigplanetnoise:

Hey Smoketown Joe!!! Thank you! Glad you're here!!!
Avatar 8:13pm Gina Bacon:

Hey, Smoketown Joe! Thank you!
  8:13pm Eargasm!:

Glen Campbell tore it up on that last one.
Avatar 8:14pm bigplanetnoise:

Yeah - he was so damn great on those early sides...
Avatar 8:15pm bigplanetnoise:

Cropper just drips it, man....
Avatar 8:16pm bigplanetnoise:

Now THAT'S a fuzzbox!
  8:16pm Andy R:

This is an amazing amount of fuzzage!
Avatar 8:16pm Gina Bacon:

Buzzzz Buzzz Fuzzzz
Avatar 8:17pm Mailman Tom:

We saw Booker T and the MGs perform at the Atlantic City Pop Festival back in the summer of '69
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:17pm Glynis GirlGroupGirl:

twang and fuzz ... heaven!
Avatar 8:17pm bigplanetnoise:

That must have been amazing, Mailman Tom....
Avatar 8:17pm Gina Bacon:

Cool, Tom!
Avatar 8:18pm bigplanetnoise:

Hey GGGG!!! Great show last night!!!
Avatar 8:18pm Gina Bacon:

Hey, Glynis!
Avatar 8:18pm bigplanetnoise:

50th Anniversary for Summer In The City....
Avatar 8:19pm bigplanetnoise:

Avatar 8:19pm Gina Bacon:

Avatar 8:19pm bigplanetnoise:

52nd. Let's go with that....
Avatar 8:19pm Gina Bacon:

Ok, that works! Math.
  8:20pm Andy R:

If I've learned anything it's that you should grab every Sandy Nelson LP you come across.
  8:22pm Mary:

Avatar 8:25pm Daffodil2:

Gosh! Missed the whole first part! But here I am! Hi, y'all!
Avatar 8:25pm Gina Bacon:

Hi Mary!
Avatar 8:25pm bigplanetnoise:

Hi Mary Mary Mary!!!
Avatar 8:25pm bigplanetnoise:

Andy - ALWAYS snag those Sandy Nelson LPs and 45s!
Avatar 8:26pm bigplanetnoise:

Hey Daffodil!!! Glad you're here!!!!
Avatar 8:26pm Gina Bacon:

Hi Daffodil2!
Avatar 8:28pm bigplanetnoise:

A favorite Philips 45!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:31pm Glynis GirlGroupGirl:

Big Fave!! Great Monday song!
Avatar 8:32pm bigplanetnoise:

It is a perfect Monday tune, isn't it?!?!?
Avatar 8:32pm Daffodil2:

The guitar work in all these cuts is just really, really good!
Avatar 8:34pm bigplanetnoise:

That's so funny you say that, Daffodil, because I've been plotting out a set to do at some point in which the guitars are just dreadfully out of tune! I'm gonna call it "Where Was The Producer?!?"
  8:34pm Jay S.:

The depth of quality from this period still amazes me
Avatar 8:35pm bigplanetnoise:

I agree, Jay - it's endless...
Avatar 8:35pm Daffodil2:

You know, I kind of like the out-of-tune sound... more real than the current auto-tune stuff.
Avatar 8:36pm bigplanetnoise:

Oy. For sure. There's no place for anything close to auto-tuned in my world!
Avatar 8:37pm Gina Bacon:

Part of the charm is the imperfection, sometimes. Same with people. Sometimes.
Avatar 8:37pm Daffodil2:

You don't need auto-tune, that's for sure! You're always absolutely perfect!
Avatar 8:38pm bigplanetnoise:

Real music, real people. Figuring it out as it goes.
Avatar 8:38pm bigplanetnoise:

Awwww. Thx, Daffodil.
Avatar 8:38pm Daffodil2:

Speaking of tuning -- A-440! Perfect!
Avatar 8:39pm bigplanetnoise:

A 440!
Avatar 8:40pm Gina Bacon:

Some say they named The 440 here in Nashville because of that.
Avatar 8:40pm Mailman Tom:

I prefer my music a little rough around the edges.
Avatar 8:40pm bigplanetnoise:

That's a nice story, whether its true or not!
Avatar 8:41pm bigplanetnoise:

Yeah - rough edges, for sure, Mailman.
  8:42pm Eargasm!:

That Dr Specs record is astonishing. Hard to believe a handful of New Orleans teens cooked that one up.
Avatar 8:43pm bigplanetnoise:

Kids! They were kids!
  8:49pm Andy R:

Always so impressed by what Verve put out on the pop and rock side of the label.
Avatar 8:51pm bigplanetnoise:

Yeah Andy - so much good stuff. And all over the map.
Avatar 8:55pm bigplanetnoise:

How could they possibly have left this one on the shelf for decades?!?!
  8:56pm Jay S.:

  8:56pm Andy R:

Wow. Also, this just informed me there is a "Complete Hollies" set I need in my life.
  8:56pm Eargasm!:

Shows how much great material they had on their hands.
Avatar 8:57pm bigplanetnoise:

This is a fave Hermits song. Never originally issued in this country. Weird.
  8:58pm Andy R:

Never heard this Hermits tune before. Dig it!
  8:58pm Eargasm!:

The 1960's were strange in the determination of records which would or would not be released in any given country.
  8:59pm Eargasm!:

A favorite Kinks song.
Avatar 9:00pm bigplanetnoise:

Yeah - I've seen it first-hand. In most cases, all these songs were delivered to the U.S., but it was the A&R guys HERE that made the determination as to what would come out, and what would not.
Avatar 9:00pm bigplanetnoise:

It was willy-nilly, to say the least....
  9:00pm Jay S.:

I guess they could only push so many releases at one time
  9:01pm Andy R:

Avatar 9:01pm bigplanetnoise:

The A&R guys weren't necessarily clued in, I think.
  9:02pm Andy R:

Did the US labels sort of have a blanket license with the UK labels the bands were on?
Avatar 9:03pm bigplanetnoise:

No. Labels negotiated, unless there was a pre-arranged marriage of some sort.
  9:03pm Eargasm!:

The pace and high quality level of creativity in the 60's is unmatched in modern music.
  9:03pm Andy R:

Love "My White Bicycle." So many of my friends in high school and I spent many hours borrowing each other's Nuggets Box Sets to hear these tracks for the first time.
Avatar 9:04pm bigplanetnoise:

You had cool friends.
  9:04pm Andy R:

I agree with you Eargasm, there's a reason why it's my favorite decade for music.
Avatar 9:04pm bigplanetnoise:

My classmates were fully absorbed by the Doobies and Eagles.
  9:06pm Andy R:

Most of the people I hung around with my junior and senior years were all obsessed with The Monkees and The Velvet Underground. Just one of those right time, right place situations. Big music fans and living in the era of having access to so much of it on CDs.
Avatar 9:06pm bigplanetnoise:

The cool kids.
  9:07pm Jay S.:

I was surrounded by lovers of Journey, Styx, Meat Loaf and Billy Joel. It was brutal.
Avatar 9:08pm bigplanetnoise:

That's brutal, for sure, Jay....
  9:09pm Andy R:

Great minds, I'm spinning a Scott Walker tune on Sunday!
Avatar 9:10pm bigplanetnoise:

Can't wait for your show, Andy! DJ Roulette this Sunday on Ichiban, yes??
Avatar 9:10pm bigplanetnoise:

What's the show called? Advertise here!
  9:11pm Andy R:

Yep! Even playing a track by a Texas band that I hope you've never heard of!
  9:11pm Andy R:

The Andy Hour, Sunday Morning at 11:00 AM EST on Ichiban!
Avatar 9:12pm bigplanetnoise:

Avatar 9:12pm Gina Bacon:

  9:13pm Andy R:

No rhyme or reason to the sets I'm playing. Just a bunch of tunes from the '60s I love with a short trip to the '70s for a Nez tune.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:17pm Glynis GirlGroupGirl:

All our Hollies LP's are Canadian, believe it or not I never knew they had an LP called Butterfly!
Avatar 9:17pm bigplanetnoise:

Those are the best shows, Andy. If you put your thinking-cap into overdrive, I think shows get predictable and boring. Play what you feel!
Avatar 9:17pm bigplanetnoise:

How in the world did you wind up with all Canadian Hollies' LPs?!?!?!?
  9:18pm Doug in Boston:

Rollercoaster! I have never heard this played anywhere except by myself on one of the Australian Pebbles LPs!
Avatar 9:19pm bigplanetnoise:

Howdy Doug! Welcome! I LOVE this song - and I first heard it on Pebbles back in the 70's!!!!!
  9:19pm Eargasm!:

How they get from Rollercoaster to Vehicle?
Avatar 9:19pm Gina Bacon:

Hi Doug in Boston!
Avatar 9:20pm bigplanetnoise:

The mighty pen of Jim Peterik! I love Vehicle, too!
  9:20pm Andy R:

Ha, great minds again! Playing a cut off this Turtles album Sunday too!
Avatar 9:20pm bigplanetnoise:

This is the 45 mix. A GREAT mix on this 45, IMO.
  9:21pm Doug in Boston:

I told Howard Kaylan he was one of the all-time greatest Pop vocalists, and guess what? He didn't disagree! :-)
Avatar 9:21pm bigplanetnoise:

Hahahaha!!!!! I LOVE Howard! Thee Best!
  9:22pm Andy R:

Yeah, killer mix of that tune!
  9:25pm Doug in Boston:

I actually like Andrew doing a repeat on Monday. That way I can listen to it while getting other stuff done, so I can devote 8-10 exclusively to BIG PLANET NOISE!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:26pm Uncle Michael:

Bob! Gina! Listeners!
Avatar 9:27pm bigplanetnoise:

Hahahahaha!!! That's a helluva compliment, Doug! Thanks! I sure dig Come To the Sunshine!
Avatar 9:27pm bigplanetnoise:

Hey Uncle Michael!!! So glad you're here!!!!
  9:27pm Jay S.:

Flip of Where Were You When I Needed You
Avatar 9:27pm Gina Bacon:

Thanks, Doug!
Avatar 9:27pm Gina Bacon:

Uncle Michael!!
Avatar 9:27pm bigplanetnoise:

It is, Jay. I love this flip!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:28pm Uncle Michael:

Well, you know...no baseball tonight...
Avatar 9:28pm bigplanetnoise:

Hahahahaha! We win!
Avatar 9:28pm Gina Bacon:

I guess we'll be competing with football before you know it!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:29pm Uncle Michael:

Not with me.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:29pm Uncle Michael:

  9:29pm Jay S.:

Listen to this while football's on, no problem!
Avatar 9:30pm bigplanetnoise:

Godalmighty - he was sooo young, and soooo soulful. Always amazes me.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:30pm Uncle Michael:

This is the craziest version of this song. You just don't hear it uptempo often.
  9:34pm Andy R:

Sir Doug is some gooooooood stuff!
Avatar 9:34pm bigplanetnoise:

Sure is, Andy. Nab them 45s!
  9:35pm Andy R:

Only have one in the collection I found in Asheville last year, but I'm on the lookout!
Avatar 9:36pm bigplanetnoise:

Wish I knew you needed them. Seemed like they were growing on trees in Alabama this past weekend.....
Avatar 9:37pm Mailman Tom:

A Paul Butterfield 45 picture sleeve has been on my want list for years!
Avatar 9:38pm bigplanetnoise:

They never made on in the U.S., correct??? I've never ever seen one.
Avatar 9:38pm bigplanetnoise:

made "one" in...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:38pm Uncle Michael:

East-West is one of my favorite albums.
Avatar 9:38pm bigplanetnoise:

Mine too. Desert Island.
  9:39pm Andy R:

Dang, you'll know next time!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:39pm Uncle Michael:

Title track was years ahead of the curve.
Avatar 9:40pm bigplanetnoise:

Yeah, Uncle Mike - it was like from another planet when I first heard it. Back then.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:41pm Uncle Michael:

I didn't hear it back then. I was too busy playing with my Action Man like Sid says.
  9:41pm David VanHooser:

Thanks for the Kinks, Byrds, Sir Doug, Butterfield...and everything else.
Avatar 9:42pm Gina Bacon:

Hi David!
  9:42pm Eargasm!:

It's still like its from another planet.
Avatar 9:44pm Mailman Tom:

I just checked Paul Butterfield's discography and they put out a few 45 picture sleeves.
Avatar 9:45pm bigplanetnoise:

Hey David! Glad you're here! Thank you!!!!
Avatar 9:46pm bigplanetnoise:

Mailman - we got to find them!
  9:50pm Eargasm!:

What is this Ballroom record, Bob? Never heard it before.
Avatar 9:50pm bigplanetnoise:

Mailman!!!! Did you ever see the Fugs??? Tell me that you did!!!
Avatar 9:51pm bigplanetnoise:

Pre-Millenium, Eargasm...
Avatar 9:52pm Mailman Tom:

No, never saw the Fugs. I did see the Mothers of Invention in the 1960s
  9:52pm Eargasm!:

It was pretty damn cool!
Avatar 9:52pm bigplanetnoise:

Eargasm - Recorded in 1966. Finally issued in app. 1999-2000.
Avatar 9:53pm bigplanetnoise:

Mailman - you're in luck then - our next cut is for YOU!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:53pm CHUCK ROAST:

Salud, y'all !
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:53pm Uncle Michael:

I only ever saw one Fug. Ed Sanders appeared at a Wm. S. Burroughs thing I went to in the '90s.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:54pm Glynis GirlGroupGirl:

Well that Fugs track was glorious!
Avatar 9:54pm Mailman Tom:

Thanks, Bob!
Avatar 9:54pm bigplanetnoise:

Thanks, GGGG! I love that whole album!
Avatar 9:55pm bigplanetnoise:

Uncle Mike - Ed was still great, I bet.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:55pm Uncle Michael:

Ed was fun, yeah.
Avatar 9:55pm Gina Bacon:

Hello, Chuck Roast!
Avatar 9:55pm bigplanetnoise:

Hey Chuck - just saw your post! WELCOME!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:56pm Glynis GirlGroupGirl:

We don't have that particular Fugs LP!
Avatar 9:58pm bigplanetnoise:

Then you've never heard Johnny Piss-off!!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:58pm Uncle Michael:

Seeds sounding a little Troggy...
Avatar 9:58pm Gina Bacon:

I can't believe it's over, again!! Thanks so much to everyone for listening, and hanging out in here with us!
Avatar 9:58pm bigplanetnoise:

Thank you to EVERYONE for listening!!! So appreciated! Everyone have a great week! Love to all!
  9:59pm Jay S.:

Thanks Bob and Gina
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:59pm Uncle Michael:

Night all! Thanks for the tunes.
  9:59pm Andy R:

Great show as always!
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