Favoriting The Frow Show with Jesse Jarnow: Playlist from September 25, 2018 Favoriting

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Grand pianos in the surf, singing frogs, hyphenated psych, outtakes, live collaging, twangy drone, old folk, and ephemeral pop.

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Favoriting September 25, 2018: love to the big eyeball.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Approx. start time
Tossi Aaron  Fernario   Favoriting Tossi Sings Folksongs And Ballads  Prestige International  1961  Tossi Aaron, 1928(?)-2018  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Marissa Nadler  I Can't Listen to Gene Clark Anymore   Favoriting For My Crimes  Sacred Bones  2018    0:03:27 (Pop-up)
Chuck Johnson  Velvet Arc   Favoriting Velvet Arc  Trouble in Mind  2016    0:06:14 (Pop-up)
Adam Osmond  The Sound of Silence But With Every Other Beat Removed   Favoriting   (no label)  2018  via YouTube  0:12:00 (Pop-up)
Mike Nezmeme  Moon Over the Rio Grande   Favoriting Nezwave  (no label)  2018  via YouTube  0:13:26 (Pop-up)
Chirgilchin  Lonely Man   Favoriting Collectible  Pure Nature Music  2007    0:20:57 (Pop-up)
Jan Hertz  Hohner Pigini Freebass Accordion   Favoriting One Instrument  One Instrument  2018    0:27:46 (Pop-up)
The Residents  Six More Miles (To the Graveyard)   Favoriting Stars and Hank Forever (American Composer Series, v. 2)  ESD  1985/2000  all love to Hardy Fox. https://www.residents.com/news/?article=20180921-0732  0:31:13 (Pop-up)
The Residents  Rhapsody in Blue   Favoriting George & James (American Composer Series, v. 1)  ESD  1984/2000    0:35:27 (Pop-up)
The Residents  Would We Be Alive?   Favoriting Mark of the Mole / Intermission  Mute  1982/1985    0:45:54 (Pop-up)
The Residents  Fingertips (x3)   Favoriting The Commercial Album  ESD  1980/1986    0:51:03 (Pop-up)
H.Fox - Bobuck  Going Once Going Twice   Favoriting Nachtzug  (no label)  2018  via Bandcamp  0:54:11 (Pop-up)
H.Fox - Bobuck  The Sound of Silence   Favoriting Nineteen-Sixty-Seven  (no label)  2018  via Bandcamp  0:57:04 (Pop-up)
 
Skip Spence  Little Hands (take 2)   Favoriting Andoaragain  Modern Harmonic  1969/2018    1:16:43 (Pop-up)
Träden  Hoppas du förstär (Hope You Understand)   Favoriting Träden  Gashud/Subliminal Sounds  2018    1:20:17 (Pop-up)
Neil Young & the Ducks  Little Wing   Favoriting Santa Cruz 1977  (no label)  1977    1:26:28 (Pop-up)
Weeed  This   Favoriting This  Important  2018    1:30:50 (Pop-up)
Sun City Girls  Apna Desh   Favoriting 330,003 Crossdressers from Beyond the Rig Veda  Abduction  1996    1:42:27 (Pop-up)
Borzoi  The Tonsure Twist   Favoriting A Prayer For War  12XU  2018    1:47:08 (Pop-up)
Adam Osmond  Highway to Hell But With Every Other Beat Missing   Favoriting   (no label)  2018  via YouTube  1:50:02 (Pop-up)
Akiko Yano  Rose Garden   Favoriting Tadaima.  We Want Sounds  1980/2018    1:51:39 (Pop-up)
Foodman  Mozuku feat. Pillow Person   Favoriting ARU NO OTOKO DENSETSU  Sun Ark  2018    1:55:05 (Pop-up)
Rod Hamilton & Tiffany Seal  Tryptic Dance   Favoriting Enchanted Forest  (no label)  2018  via Free Music Archive  1:58:30 (Pop-up)
Secret Drum Band  Jazz (Timber Sale)   Favoriting Dynamics  XRAY  2017    2:02:11 (Pop-up)
Integendeel  07   Favoriting DO The Limbabwe (Spin Age Blasters 2018 Premium)  (no label)  1980s/2018    2:06:18 (Pop-up)
Horacio Vaggione  #1   Favoriting 9 June 2018 Issue Project Room  Issue Project Room  2018    2:09:08 (Pop-up)
Jeremy Barnes  Live in Satan's Finger, part 1   Favoriting Spring '17  LM Dupli-Cation   2018    2:13:33 (Pop-up)
Illitch  Elle Voulait Que Je Sois Drole   Favoriting 10 Suicides  Superior Viaduct  1980/2015    2:28:10 (Pop-up)
 
Eli  Early fall   Favoriting   (no label)  2018  via Soundcloud  2:39:31 (Pop-up)
Bertuf  La Gnossienne   Favoriting   Gooom Disque  1999    2:42:26 (Pop-up)
Astor  II   Favoriting Alcor  Kye  2012    2:43:35 (Pop-up)
Juggable Offense  Seazzzzones   Favoriting The Derelict  (no label)  2018    2:45:06 (Pop-up)
Arp  Il Sogno Di Monica   Favoriting Mexican Summer: A Decade Deeper  Mexican Summer  2018    2:53:14 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

Avatar 12:03am
mauri:

good good good good good
Avatar 12:03am
Scraps:

Simon & Garfunkel did a variant of this...
  12:11am
Mike tp:

a sweet Arc....
Avatar 12:14am
Scraps:

Really? Is this.... interesting?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:15am
Aitch:

The silent bits were exemplary
Avatar 12:15am
Scraps:

(the Osmond piece)
  12:15am
DJ E:

I thought my connection was lagging.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:16am
jj.:

necessary is relative, of course, but i genuinely enjoyed the phrasings/melodies that got created by the removal of the beats.
Avatar 12:17am
Scraps:

Ah! Okay, I didn’t hear that.
  12:21am
MONEYBAG$:

the other day I drove by a theater that said TONIGHT: MICHAEL NESMITH on the marquee and I almost crashed...so upset about being out of the nez loop
  12:24am
miketp:

chirgilchin is a great band name.the song rocks.....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:24am
jj.:

i knew the shows were happening, but couldn't make it. still bummed.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:25am
jj.:

also, get back in the nez loop starting here: www.rollingstone.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:25am
northguineahills:

This is a great soundtrack for shaving off your beard!
  12:25am
DJ E:

Oh, I liked it but I was confused at first until I read the song title. also thought you might have been playing a scratched 45.
  12:27am
Dean:

Hardy Fox, gone. Will there be tributes?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:29am
jj.:

indeed, residents set coming up in a matter of minutes. not sure about gone, precisely, but en route. therefore, sending love.
  12:29am
MONEYBAG$:

last summer during the bakers dozen I sat in my hotel room all day reading the Nez bio. With the heat on. In August.
  12:33am
Dean:

Hits the spot.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:34am
Aitch:

Yes a post Residents world will be a poorer place
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:36am
jj.:

y'know, not actually sure it's going to be a post-residents world. he resigned from the band a few years ago, and they've continued on, which kinda makes sense given who they are (or aren't).
  12:38am
katharsis:

Internal siren response system fully functioning.
Avatar 12:39am
Scraps:

Hell, I didn’t know that the Residents had names.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:39am
jj.:

they didn't have names 'til he resigned & copped to being a resident!
Avatar 12:40am
Scraps:

And I didn’t know that
Avatar 12:42am
ReadingDoonesbury:

West Coast greetings. Late, but glad to be in time to catch the Residents.
  12:43am
Dean:

I first read about them in Trouser Press, c.'75. My first acquisition was Fingerprince from a vendor at the Capitol Records building record swap meet. A treasure.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:44am
jj.:

i discovered them through a sleepaway camp counselor in the early '90s who had 2 milkcrates of CDs with him for the summer. one random indie rock, one entirely residents. went home with tapes of some.
  12:46am
Dean:

Buddy of mine gave me the Beatles EP, numbered, for a birthday many years ago. I still believe their magnum opus is Eskimo.
  12:47am
Dean:

Played that in the record store where I worked c.'79. A head turner.
  12:47am
Dean:

And MotM was the only tour I caught, Roxy, Sunset Blvd.
  12:48am
Dean:

(Saw them not too long ago here in Berkeley, too, at the old art museum space.)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:48am
Aitch:

Hard to have a favourite, but the relentless pace of The Commercial Album my go-to, or Duck Stab, etc etc..lots of it.
  12:49am
rw:

Hello! I don't remember when I first heard of The Residents but I have a friend who still tells the story of how I played them for him on the crappy tape deck in the high school darkroom and it freaked him out. It may have been their cover of Satisfaction.
  12:50am
Dean:

Hell, yes! Duck Stab, Satisfaction, Commercial Album (with Frith et al.). What a catalog!
  12:50am
rw:

And, a crate full of nothing but Residents? That sounds intense in and of itself!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:50am
jj.:

that milk crate blew my mind in many ways, not just the music, but everything about its existence.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:51am
Aitch:

The Elvis covers on The King and Eye quite threatening as well. Elvis was one sick puppy
  12:52am
Dean:

"Please don't squeeze the Charmin says Mr. Whipple!"
  12:52am
DJ E:

The performance of this song that they use in the Documentary from a few years ago was pretty intense.
Avatar 12:52am
Scraps:

Apparently one Charles Bobuck was a Resident, and left a few years ago. I dunno, maybe it’s Fox also. I’m not sure about reality when discussing the Residents
  12:52am
rw:

And... thanks jj for playing that Gershwin! I'd never heard it. Rhapsody in Blue was my grandfather's favorite.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:52am
Aitch:

Bobuck is Fox
Avatar 12:53am
Scraps:

see, you say it....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:56am
Aitch:

And 3 times was the point of the album. 1x verse and 1x chorus 3 times for a pop song. They gave you 1 verse and 1 chorus and you were supposed to retape it for yourself to make it commercial. Bonus you get 40 songs
Avatar 12:56am
Scraps:

from an interview: “HARDY: I can’t speak for Charles.”

But of course he would say that.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:56am
jj.:

yup, that was my intention in playing it 3x!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:56am
resident∅coelacanth:

hello
  12:57am
Dean:

A Jon Hassell vibe. Was he a Resident?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:59am
jj.:

i'll take the fairly obvious solo releases under the name "h.fox-bobuck" over the past few years as decent evidence.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:59am
jmd:

Goodbye and thanks, Hardy. We'll miss you. Thanks Jesse for playing.
  1:01am
Dean:

I mean, was Hassell one of them? A joke.
Avatar 1:05am
Scraps:

Dean, I think he was responding to me about Fox / Bobuck
  1:05am
Dean:

Gotcha, Scraps.
Avatar 1:06am
Scraps:

Except maybe you weren’t saying what I thought you were saying. Argh.
  1:08am
Dean:

I was saying precisely what I assumed you would think I was saying.
Avatar 1:08am
Scraps:

Whew!
  1:09am
Dean:

"Whew!"?! How dare you!
Avatar 1:10am
Scraps:

!wehw
  1:15am
Dean:

FYI, David Crosby lectured at Harvard today.
Avatar 1:16am
Scraps:

Well, I didn’t say “necessary”, I said “interesting”. Either way, I wish I hadn’t. My comment was not necessary.
  1:16am
ypp:

and toss said fernario not fenario
  1:17am
Dean:

Something, I think, about hippies in California, about which he is presumably an authority.
Avatar 1:21am
Scraps:

Jeezus. I was on the Well for a while, and one thing I discovered was Croz was an asshole, but even worse, had nothing interesting to say. He just wanted to bask in the glory of being Croz, and there were unashamed acolytes who provided his pleasure.
Avatar 1:22am
Scraps:

Another unnecessary comment!
  1:23am
Dean:

I have no direct experience with The Well, but I am mildly familiar with Howard Rheingold's stupid book about it.
Avatar 1:24am
Scraps:

I never read it. The book was before my time.
  1:27am
katharsis:

Mmm like a warpy relaxed david burn
  1:28am
Dean:

It was right in the middle of my time, and it pissed me off.
Avatar 1:29am
ReadingDoonesbury:

OOOOOH. Nice. gotta check out this Santa Cruz thing.
  1:29am
Dean:

Don't get me wrong. I imagine The Well was amazing. But Rheingold, not so much.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:30am
coelacanth∅:

i don't know what "the well" is but i've heard Crosby has been a douche and it bums me out a little because i think some of the best byrds songs and some of the best csny songs are his, and i like his solo work; and he had/has a beautiful voice. easily the best vocals of csny, in my opinion.
  1:31am
rw:

It's necessary for me to check out now. Thanks for the radio Jesse! Good night everyone. Take care and be well!
  1:31am
formerly known as the soundguy from the Court Tav:

This Little Wing is amazing; I've never heard a live version of this song
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:32am
coelacanth∅:

and interesting Neil Young played after träden, who very definitely listens to Neil Young. (ie, cortez the killer)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:34am
jj.:

yeah, i like this version way more than the hawks & doves version. neil didn't do too many new originals with the ducks, and there's a lot of meh ducks tunes on the compilations. definitely recommend this mix: aquariumdrunkard.com...
Avatar 1:34am
Scraps:

I liked the Well, but it slowly, slowly died. (It probably still exists.)
  1:35am
Dean:

The Well was a pre-Internet (more precisely, pre-publicly available 'net) network located, I believe, in the Bay Area, that allowed its members to communicate remotely with each other. Hence, it was a proto-Internet/WWW. Instead of TCP/IP, it relied on ordinary twisted pair dial-up access.
Avatar 1:37am
Scraps:

(I was there from 1986 to about 2002? Something like that.)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:38am
coelacanth∅:

Thanks Dean
Avatar 1:41am
Scraps:

It grew out of the Whole Earth Catalog (Whole Earth Lectronic Link)
Avatar 1:42am
Scraps:

sorry, eLectronic
Avatar 1:45am
Scraps:

That’s my favorite Sun City Girls album
Avatar 1:53am
Scraps:

Now this works for me, for some reason (ac/dc)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:34am
Aitch:

Always an enjoyable show.
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