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This is where all of culture and all of time are collapsed into one seductive portal and viewed through the panoramic lens of the exotic. Come and embark on an armchair-travel virtual-voyage to the heart of timeless darkness and beyond; embrace the numinous monolith of the exotic immensity. Let us find that place where hybridization meets its destiny as pure fantasy. Let us become observers observing those others who are ourselves. You wear your mask and I'll wear mine.

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Options August 22, 2019: Out of Nowhere

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Approx. start time
Capitan Cometa  "El Pozo del Infinito"   Options Capitan Cometa – Cuentos Interplanetarios de Milissa Sierra  Columbia   196?    0:01:29 (Pop‑up)
Tangerine Dream  Alpha Centauri   Options Alpha Centauri  Ohr  1971  "This album is dedicated to all people who feel obliged to space"  0:03:22 (Pop‑up)
Danny & Dena Guglielmi  Out of Nowhere   Options Adventure In Sound  Tops Records  1957    0:24:24 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
Tangerine Dream 
Nebulous Dawn   Options Zeit  Ohr  1972    0:26:54 (Pop‑up)
Floriana Bozzalla  Telescopi   Options Astrofisica (Il Cielo)  Panda  1974    0:32:16 (Pop‑up)
The Voices of Walter Schumann  Teleportation   Options Exploring the Unknown  RCA Victor  1955  Music composed by Leith Stevens. Narrated by Paul Frees. Script by Rip Van Ronkle.  0:33:52 (Pop‑up)
Ataraxia  Astral Projection   Options The Unexplained (Electronic Musical Impressions of the Occult)  RCA Victor  1975  Ataraxia = Mort Garson  0:35:47 (Pop‑up)
Ron Goodwin and His Orchestra  The Rings Around Saturn   Options Out of this World!  Parolophone  1958  aka Music in Orbit  0:40:52 (Pop‑up)
The Jokers  Saturnus   Options New Sound  Arcade  196?    0:43:01 (Pop‑up)
Paul Tanner, Andre Montero & His Orchestra  Holiday on Saturn   Options Music for Heavenly Bodies  Omega Disk  1958  arr. Warren "Baker" (probably Barker)  0:45:43 (Pop‑up)
Russ Garcia and His Orchestra  Lost Souls of Saturn   Options Fantastica: Music from Outer Space  Liberty  1958    0:49:47 (Pop‑up)
George Engler  Saturn   Options The Inside Of The Outside / Or The Outside Of The Inside - Who Are They? Where Do They Come From? Why Are They Here?  Serenus  1965    0:53:16 (Pop‑up)
Perrey & Kingsley  Carousel of the Planets   Options Kaleidoscopic Vibrations  Vanguard  1967    0:55:12 (Pop‑up)
The Voices of Walter Schumann  Arrival at Venus - New Sensations   Options Exploring the Unknown  RCA Victor  1955  Music composed by Leith Stevens. Narrated by Paul Frees. Script by Rip Van Ronkle.  0:58:00 (Pop‑up)
Jimmie Haskell and His Orchestra  Venus   Options Count Down!  Imperial   1959    1:02:03 (Pop‑up)
Ron Goodwin and His Orchestra  The Venus Waltz   Options Out of this World!  Parolophone  1958    1:03:55 (Pop‑up)
The Tornados  Life On Venus (German Version)   Options Telstar: The Complete Tornados  Repertoire Records  1963/1998    1:06:56 (Pop‑up)
Paul Tanner, Andre Montero & His Orchestra  20th Century Venus   Options Music for Heavenly Bodies  Omega Disk  1958    1:09:14 (Pop‑up)
George Engler  Sounds on Venus   Options The Inside Of The Outside / Or The Outside Of The Inside - Who Are They? Where Do They Come From? Why Are They Here?  Serenus  1965    1:14:46 (Pop‑up)
Russ Garcia and His Orchestra  Venus   Options Fantastica: Music from Outer Space  Liberty  1958    1:16:02 (Pop‑up)
Tomita  Venus, The Bringer of Peace   Options The Planets  RCA Red Seal  1976    1:19:45 (Pop‑up)
Sven Libaek  No Flowers on Venus   Options Solar Flares  Peer International Library Limited   1974    1:28:27 (Pop‑up)
101 Strings  Flameout   Options Astro-Sounds From Beyond the Year 2000  Alshire  1968    1:32:10 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
Tangerine Dream 
Fly and Collision of Comas Sola   Options Alpha Centauri        1:34:44 (Pop‑up)
Jimmie Haskell and His Orchestra  Homeward Earth   Options Count Down!  Imperial  1959    1:45:27 (Pop‑up)
Jack Zimmermann  Solfeggio   Options The Whistler and His Dog  Golden Crest  1956    1:47:25 (Pop‑up)
The Fortune Tellers  Pagliacci Cha Cha Cha   Options Song of the Nairobi Trio  Kapp Medallion  1962    1:49:26 (Pop‑up)
Vincent Bell  I'll Remember April   Options The Soundtronic Guitar Of Vincent Bell  Independent Record Company  1959    1:51:17 (Pop‑up)
Dick Hyman  Fantomfingers   Options Fantomfingers  Project 3 Records  1971    1:55:44 (Pop‑up)
Tom Hazleton & Gene Ciszek  Take Five   Options Explorer – A Totally New Electronic Musical Instrument in Recording  Explorer Records  196?    2:04:32 (Pop‑up)
Max Mathews & I.B.M 7090 Computer and Digital to Sound Transducer  The Second Law   Options Music From Mathematics  Decca  1962  Produced by Bell Telephone Laboratories. Created on I.B.M 7090 Computer and Digital to Sound Transducer.  2:06:45 (Pop‑up)
John Baker  Chino   Options BBC Radiophonic Workshop  BBC Records  1975  2002 bonus track  2:10:00 (Pop‑up)
Sauter-Finegan Orchestra  A Chinese Painting   Options Adventure in Time  RCA Victor  1956    2:12:07 (Pop‑up)
Neal Hefti, His Orchestra and Chorus  King Tut's Tomb   Options Hefti in Gotham City  RCA Victor  1966    2:18:14 (Pop‑up)
Neal Hefti, His Orchestra and Chorus  Robin's Egg Blues   Options Hefti in Gotham City  RCA Victor  1966    2:20:26 (Pop‑up)
The Sensational Guitars Of Dan & Dale  Batman And Robin Over The Roofs   Options Batman and Robin  Tifton  1966  with Sun Ra & Arkestra, also Al Kooper  2:22:13 (Pop‑up)
Claus Ogerman  The Joker   Options Watusi Trumpets  RCA Victor  1965    2:28:53 (Pop‑up)
Russ Garcia, his Vocal Choir and Orchestra  Wow   Options Sounds in the Night  Bethlehem  1957    2:30:45 (Pop‑up)
Harry Breuer and His Quintet   TV Funeral March   Options Mallet Mischief Vol. 2  Audio Fidelity  1958    2:33:30 (Pop‑up)
Esquivel And His Orchestra  Fantasy   Options Strings Aflame  RCA Victor  1959    2:35:01 (Pop‑up)
Dick Hyman / Mary Mayo  For All We Know   Options Moon Gas  MGM  1963    2:38:17 (Pop‑up)
Frank Hunter  Lost in the Stars   Options White Goddess  Kapp  1959    2:41:15 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
Paul Tanner, Andre Montero & His Orchestra 
Misty Moon Blues   Options Music for Heavenly Bodies        2:43:52 (Pop‑up)
Sun Ra  Cha Cha in Outer Space   Options Exotica  Modern Harmonic  2017  previously unreleased  2:55:40 (Pop‑up)
Bruce Haack  Nothing to Do   Options The Way-Out Record for Children  Dimension 5  1968    2:59:21 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:09pm chresti:

Hi Flash, staking out my seat before I make some coffee
Avatar 6:32pm Flash Strap:

Hi Chresti! make yourself comfortable, i'm just fiddling with the cabin's built-in stereo settings and charting a course to dimension x
Avatar 6:52pm Freaky Tiki:

Oh good there's still some seats left.
Avatar 6:54pm Flash Strap:

Hi Freaky! welcome aboard
Avatar 6:58pm Flash Strap:

just about go time here
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:59pm listener james from westwood:

Evening, all!!
Avatar 6:59pm hyde:

that sounds like a lotta birds
Avatar 7:02pm Flash Strap:

Hi James! Hi Hyde!
Avatar 7:04pm Freaky Tiki:

obliged to space. i guess?
Avatar 7:04pm Flash Strap:

very interesting wording, obliged to space
Avatar 7:06pm Franco Twinkie:

Flash! I'm just in from nap village and ready to....I'm not sure what.
Avatar 7:07pm Flash Strap:

incredibly appropriate art on this LP: img.discogs.com...
Avatar 7:07pm Flash Strap:

Welcome back Franco! the important this is you're ready, never mind what
Avatar 7:08pm hyde:

this album is cool
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:08pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

TD later dismissed by some as just Sequencers running...
a.) Reductive & unfair? (Even if true - ahead of the curve??)
b.) After this anyhow?? ...
Avatar 7:09pm quinn:

me: ahhh now this is up my alley
my son: ahhh my mind is going to get popped off, this music is so scary!
Avatar 7:09pm Flash Strap:

big time cool, only the 2nd Tangerine Dream LP and they're already describing the face of god. every time i listen to this record it sounds different
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:09pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I mean - this here are early PinkFloyd fans...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:09pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& yeah that cover...
  7:10pm Gary via app on Amtrak back to NYC:

This episode coincides perfectly with my 7-10 pm train back home
Avatar 7:10pm Franco Twinkie:

Your collage is dead on perfect!
Avatar 7:11pm Flash Strap:

Hi Quinn! Hello Quinnson, don't be scared, the universe is big and you are small, that's ok
Avatar 7:11pm Freaky Tiki:

The problem with early pink floyd is they were not obliged to space
Avatar 7:11pm Flash Strap:

Thanks Franco just slapped two scifi mag covers together this morning over coffee, couldn't quite find the image i wanted to so i made one up
Avatar 7:12pm Flash Strap:

Hi Gary! ever so pleased
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:12pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I think after Syd they were understandably ambivalent...
& Waters points out - Syd had Astronomy Domine & Interstellar...& the rest is hardly SpaceRawk or something...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:13pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...yerknow - Piper is the I Ching & The Hobbit & things...
Avatar 7:13pm Flash Strap:

Hi Rev: yeah early TD is mostly sequencer-free, and mid-period TD (with sequencers but still very free and abstract) is pretty much impossible to argue with, imo
Avatar 7:14pm Flash Strap:

well Ummagumma is pretty obliged so to speak, might be my favorite of theirs as well
Avatar 7:15pm Flash Strap:

yeah even early Floyd is more twee than our imaginations sometimes has us remembering, not that far from John's Children or something like that
Avatar 7:17pm Flash Strap:

just a plain flute, on a Tangerine Dream jam
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:18pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

'Freakbeat'...Mods on Acid. Piper pissed off Townshend cause he thot what they did @ the UFO Club (note the name) was different !
...The relations of SciFi & Rawk generally are interesting to contemplate... There's Hawkwind... As a kid - there was an article in Starlog the SciFi Kid Geek mag interviewed Gene Simmons. 'They have the same dreams.'
Rays in George Pal's 1950s 'War of the Worlds' were electric gittar btw...
Avatar 7:19pm Flash Strap:

didn't know that about war of the worlds, not sure i've really listened to that version
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:22pm passiflora:

my window is open and this is taking me places
Avatar 7:24pm Flash Strap:

Hi Passiflora!
Avatar 7:25pm Freaky Tiki:

oh i like this creepy song
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:25pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I believe you've said you consider Cope too 'Rawkist' in KrautRawkSampler...not your angle @ all...
I still hope to read it. His Sociological take intrigues me... PostWar Germans wanting to get OUT OF IT. Such a great corner of Music - neither USA or UK - their own undeniable thing...
Avatar 7:25pm Flash Strap:

this record is so eerie and lovely
Avatar 7:26pm Freaky Tiki:

dont know anything about it but its great
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:32pm chresti:

Avatar 7:34pm hyde:

oh, wow Paul Frees!
Avatar 7:35pm Flash Strap:

I do feel that way about Cope but he's still a very worthy thinker and proponent of the form, I just encourage all who read him to abandon any notion of his having the final word, I guess
Avatar 7:36pm Franco Twinkie:

RRR - Electric glitter? When the alien crafts are destroying everything with their rays?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:37pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Always the problem when someone puts out a major reference review of a form like that ... but always a good approach to Cope ! : D
...Gittar - Guitar...Yeah. So I've heard... 10 years before Jimi ! :) ...
Avatar 7:37pm Flash Strap:

i know astral projection isn't exactly teleportation but this is what i hope to evoke in my theater of the mind
Avatar 7:39pm Flash Strap:

we're gonna 'port to just a couple of planets tonight
Avatar 7:39pm Franco Twinkie:

I read that wrong. I thought meant....
Avatar 7:40pm Flash Strap:

welcome to saturn, my friends
Avatar 7:41pm Flash Strap:

that Schumann cover: img.discogs.com...
Avatar 7:41pm Flash Strap:

this Ron Goodwin: img.discogs.com...
Avatar 7:42pm Flash Strap:

and its US cover: img.discogs.com...
Avatar 7:42pm hyde:

i like that first Goodwin cover a lot
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:43pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

www.roger-russell.com... :

...' The vibrating, almost singing noise of the machines themselves was a magnetic recorder hooked up to send back an oscillation sound. The eerie sound of the Martian's death ray was chords struck on three guitars, the sounds amplified, then played backwards and reverberated. '...
Avatar 7:44pm Flash Strap:

me too! i like em both a lot
Avatar 7:44pm Franco Twinkie:

Surfing in outer space.
Avatar 7:44pm Flash Strap:

@REv: cool
Avatar 7:45pm Flash Strap:

the great Paul Tanner cover, so ridiculous and very good: img.discogs.com...
Avatar 7:45pm Flash Strap:

Tanner on theremin
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:45pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

How far can Cliff Richards doing the Thunderbirds theme be...
Avatar 7:46pm Flash Strap:

very familiar little passages here, bits of exotica repurposed
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:47pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Oh, my, something in my eye - eye
Something in the sky - sky
Waiting there for me
The outer lock rolled slowly back
The servicemen were heard to sigh
For there revealed in flowing robes
Was Lucy in the sky
Avatar 7:47pm Flash Strap:

just found out this was reissued by Modern Harmonic, they're so damn good
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:47pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

George Pal's 'War of the Worlds' - 1953
Avatar 7:48pm Flash Strap:

love Cliff Richard
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:48pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

SunRa in this continuum...
Avatar 7:48pm northguineahills:

Digging today's (as per usual) selection.
Avatar 7:48pm Franco Twinkie:

I went to Forrest J. Ackermans house once. He had a model of one of the alien crafts from War Of The Worlds on his living room floor next to a heater vent.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:49pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Ackermansion !!
Avatar 7:49pm Flash Strap:

and of course this all-time great cover: img.discogs.com...
Avatar 7:49pm Freaky Tiki:

yes sun ra good call. Very obliged to space
Avatar 7:50pm Freaky Tiki:

i love that cover design. I want my living room to look like that
Avatar 7:50pm Flash Strap:

Avatar 7:51pm Flash Strap:

I actually very studiously excluded Sun Ra from the first half of this show, i felt it would be a bigger surprise if he weren't in the mix, considering the theme. we'll hear him later tho
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:52pm Doug Schulkind:

Love Russ Garcia! Love Flash Strap! Love all Explorateers!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:53pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Avatar 7:53pm Flash Strap:

Love Doug! Hi Doug!
Avatar 7:56pm Flash Strap:

what a god damn beautiful sound
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:58pm Doug Schulkind:

Godd damn in fact. Maybe even Goddd damn.
Avatar 7:59pm Flash Strap:

such a great weird script, genuinely pretty decent sci-fi which you don't always get on these space-age LPs. very Forbidden Planet
Avatar 7:59pm Flash Strap:

Goldd Damnb
Avatar 8:00pm hyde:

Paul Frees was Boris Badenov
Avatar 8:00pm Franco Twinkie:

Hyde! That is so perfect!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:00pm doctorjazz:

Hey Flash and Explorers!
Avatar 8:01pm Flash Strap:

another great space age cover design here: img.discogs.com...
Avatar 8:01pm Flash Strap:

whole album is gold
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:02pm melinda:

hello friends
Avatar 8:03pm Flash Strap:

paul frees was everyone!
Avatar 8:03pm Flash Strap:

hi Melinda! hi Doc!
Avatar 8:04pm Franco Twinkie:

He was Eddy's brother who was the good student in the family and went on to study at MIT and Cal Tech, where as Eddy wound up in the porn industry.
Avatar 8:05pm Flash Strap:

wait, did Rev say this already? he was the narrator of George Pal's War of the Worlds. didn't know that
Avatar 8:09pm Franco Twinkie:

Was that a Joe Meek production? The unmistakable sound of the Univox!
Avatar 8:12pm Flash Strap:

definitely a Meek
Avatar 8:12pm Flash Strap:

i think he did all their records but i know he did most of them
Avatar 8:14pm Franco Twinkie:

I was using this Paul Tanner record for a soundtrack of an animated movie I was working on in the film department of LA City Collage and the instructor stole the album! I guess he really liked it. I've never found another copy.
Avatar 8:16pm Flash Strap:

that was a major loss, Franco! i've never seen one out there either
Avatar 8:16pm Flash Strap:

one of my very favorite tracks from Fantastica here
Avatar 8:16pm coelacanth∅:

greetings Evan and Explorers
Avatar 8:17pm Flash Strap:

the perfect sci-fi exotica album, almost impossible to top
Avatar 8:17pm Flash Strap:

coelacanth! new avatar is a perfect fit for the show this evening
Avatar 8:21pm Flash Strap:

utterly gorgeous, Tomita just about at his best here
Avatar 8:23pm northguineahills:

ahhh, Isao Tomita....
Avatar 8:26pm Flash Strap:

what a legend
Avatar 8:26pm Franco Twinkie:

This was great, Flash, but I must now jettison myself to an asteroid in far reaches of Pasadena. Thanks!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:27pm melinda:

Ahh, Sven
Avatar 8:28pm Flash Strap:

alas, adios Franco
Avatar 8:30pm coelacanth∅:

tchau Franco
  8:30pm greatb:

hi all. now that was a sweet guitar solo
Avatar 8:31pm Flash Strap:

Hi Greatb! yes
Avatar 8:33pm Flash Strap:

101 strings at their incontrovertibly HEAVIEST, never to be so heavy again
  8:34pm greatb:

yes i never know where to start and end with 101 strings so this is helpful. heavy helpful!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:38pm melinda:

My Mother Earth's Plantasia album and CD arrived yesterday. I splurged and got both!
Avatar 8:42pm Little Danny:

Made it! Hey Flash, hey all
Avatar 8:43pm Little Danny:

And whatta playlist thusfar
Avatar 8:45pm Flash Strap:

Ah Little Danny! how grand
Avatar 8:45pm Flash Strap:

@greatb: they did a pretty good LP with Les Baxter as well
Avatar 8:47pm Flash Strap:

i love this Zimmermann track TO DEATH
  8:47pm Gary via app on Amtrak back to NYC:

Loved the 101 Strings
Avatar 8:49pm just julia:

solfeggio! extremely cool!
Avatar 8:49pm Flash Strap:

JJ! I thought you might dig that one too
Avatar 8:50pm just julia:

yep, big dig over here
Avatar 8:52pm Flash Strap:

  8:53pm greatb:

thanks Flash Strap I will have to check out that one as well!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:53pm passiflora:

Avatar 8:53pm Flash Strap:

i guess this guy invented the electric 12-string
  8:55pm Doug Schulkind:

Can’t remember for the life of me who cut the novelty “I’ll Dismember April.”
Avatar 8:56pm Little Danny:

LOVE this Hyman track so much. You can almost hear the French duo Air being born
Avatar 8:56pm Flash Strap:

sounds like a Spike!
Avatar 8:57pm Flash Strap:

it's so good! I've slept on this LP a bit in the past because he's playing organ and not some sexier analog synth, but the effect is essentially the same on a track like this, which is also just very out-there
Avatar 9:00pm Flash Strap:

does Air have stuff that sounds this good? I never really listened, they were just ambiently playing everywhere from 1999 to 2003
Avatar 9:00pm Little Danny:

Avatar 9:01pm Flash Strap:

guess i have some homework to do
Avatar 9:02pm Little Danny:

"Totally" --> in reference to 8:57 btw
Avatar 9:03pm Little Danny:

Air never freaks out quite like this, but these plum keyboard sounds are all over Premiers Symptomes, their best
Avatar 9:05pm Flash Strap:

ah, gotcha
Avatar 9:07pm Flash Strap:

this record is such a perfectly inhuman sounding piece of work, it sounds like you'd play it to your computer to repair permissions or something
Avatar 9:09pm Little Danny:


Love this btw. New to me
Avatar 9:13pm Flash Strap:

This Sauter-Finegan LP is soooo weird
Avatar 9:14pm Flash Strap:

need to hear more of them, at times this is like Harry Partch
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:16pm Granny Spicy Tuna (they/them):

the radio was playing when i got home and i've been running around puttering and just now finally settled in here to say that i'm really enjoying this set!
Avatar 9:16pm Flash Strap:

personally dying over this one
Avatar 9:17pm Hams:

man, this set really held up during the complete downpour here in kensington, brooklyn.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:17pm melinda:

All I know of Air is Talkie Walkie
Avatar 9:18pm Flash Strap:

Hi Granny! thanks for dropping in!
Avatar 9:18pm Flash Strap:

Hi Hams! glad to get ya through the storm
Avatar 9:19pm Little Danny:

This Hefti LP really has some brilliant moments, And talk about your neglected albums
Avatar 9:19pm Flash Strap:

this LP is so slept on as maybe the best batman LP
Avatar 9:19pm Flash Strap:

aha once again, LD! great minds
Avatar 9:19pm Hams:

yeah, buddy!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:21pm melinda:

This Neal Hefti is outta sight
Avatar 9:21pm Little Danny:

BOOM, love when that happens!
Avatar 9:23pm Flash Strap:

it's just that good, is the thing!
Avatar 9:24pm Little Danny:

Characteristically wonderful Ed Bland arrangement on this Dan & Dale
Avatar 9:25pm northguineahills:

Been awol. stress of finances, multiple interviews (a good but stressful problem), differences w/ the missus, and studying for a final interview w/ good benefits tomorrow has kept me sleep deprived and off the boards....
Avatar 9:26pm Flash Strap:

I didn't know he was involved with this too, LD
Avatar 9:26pm Flash Strap:

what a session
Avatar 9:27pm Flash Strap:

important to tend that garden, NGH. the boards are always here & in the meantime happy to have yr ears
Avatar 9:28pm Little Danny:

Yep, and even a bit of Lionel Hampton's Bland-arranged "Greasy Greens" in there. LP is really an amazing intersection of eccentric jazz talent and exploito fun
Avatar 9:29pm Flash Strap:

such a crazy convergence
Avatar 9:30pm northguineahills:

no more garden for the time being....
Avatar 9:31pm Flash Strap:

this might be the only other Russ Garcia album i know, but it's so good
Avatar 9:33pm Flash Strap:

sorry to hear that man
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:33pm melinda:

hang in there, ngh
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:36pm Granny Spicy Tuna (they/them):

glad you're here, ngh
Avatar 9:38pm northguineahills:

Gotta 2.5 hour drive each way for the last round of interviews at the university tomorrow. As long as I sleep, I should be fine.
Avatar 9:38pm Flash Strap:

one of the most unique, striking, off-putting and beautiful records of all time
Avatar 9:38pm northguineahills:

(plus, all of my rekkids are in Gaiesville anyways.)
Avatar 9:39pm Flash Strap:

sleep well and drive very safe my friend
Avatar 9:39pm northguineahills:

Hyman sounds like shades of Sun Ra here on the keys....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:39pm chresti:

This is so great, the sound effects and all
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:54pm Granny Spicy Tuna (they/them):

thank you!!
Avatar 9:54pm Little Danny:

Thanks Evan!
Avatar 9:55pm Little Danny:

Friends, I hope you'll take this route homeward: wfmu.org...
Avatar 9:56pm Flash Strap:

my pleasure, friends
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:56pm chresti:

Thanks Flash!
Avatar 9:57pm northguineahills:

So my Hyman/Sun Ra premonition wasn't out of the blue! Thanks Evan!
Avatar 9:57pm Flash Strap:

not at all NGH!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:57pm Doug Schulkind:

Wonderful wonderful wonderful! Thank you for the many delights!
Avatar 9:58pm northguineahills:

I think it was Liz Berg said the only thing WFMU djs can agree upon is Sun Ra.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:59pm Doug Schulkind:

I disagree.
Avatar 9:59pm northguineahills:

*Looks at Doug's playlists* ….
Avatar 10:00pm coelacanth∅:

Thanks Evan!
Avatar 10:00pm Flash Strap:

thanks and thanks again everyone! good night! see you in the blue room
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