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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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David Bowie  Fashion   Favoriting Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)  1980 
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Helen Love  Love and Glitter, Hot Dayz and Muzik   Favoriting Love and Glitter Hot Days and Musik  2000 
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Robyn Hitchcock & The Egyptians  The Shapes Between Us Turn Into Animals   Favoriting Globe of Frogs  1988 
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You Am I  Berlin Chair   Favoriting Sound As Ever  1993 
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Nicole Saboune  Rip This World   Favoriting Miman  2015 
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Tempers  Daydreams   Favoriting Private Life  2019 
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Ummagma  Kiev   Favoriting Antigravity  2012 
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Joy Division  New Dawn Fades   Favoriting Unknown Pleasures  1979    0:27:29 (Pop-up)
Eirin Peryglus  Bronson   Favoriting Bronson (single)  1987 
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Peter Schilling 

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Snowpony  Snow White   Favoriting The Slow-Motion World of Snowpony  1998 
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Mayflower Madame  Endless Shimmer   Favoriting Prepared for a Nightmare  2020 
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Hooverphonic  Waves   Favoriting The Magnificent Tree  2002 
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Blushing  Control   Favoriting Blushing  2019 
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Christine Owman  Away Away Away   Favoriting When on Fire  2016 
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A.R. Kane  Green Hazed Daze   Favoriting Love-Sick  1988 
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White Magic  The Gypsies Came Marching After   Favoriting Through the Sun Door (EP)  2004 
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The Sundays  I Won   Favoriting Reading, Writing and Arithmetic  1990 
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Ousel  Silent Mess   Favoriting Ousel  2020 
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Garside  Teenage Crisis   Favoriting Should've Been/Could've Been  2018 
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Music behind DJ:
The Beach Boys 

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Elton John  The Border Song (live)   Favoriting Rock of the Fillmore West  1970 
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The Who  Amazing Journey   Favoriting Tommy  1969 
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The Group Image  New Romancing   Favoriting A Mouth In The Clouds  1968 
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Black Fortress of Opium  Dulcet TV   Favoriting Black Fortress of Opium  2008 
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The Moody Blues  Out and In   Favoriting To Our Children's Children's Children  1969 
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Kathy McCord  Rainbow Ride   Favoriting Kathy McCord  1970 
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Colin Blunstone  Say You Don't Mind   Favoriting One Year  1971 
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Dovedale  Trying to Make This Easy   Favoriting Dovedale  2020 
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Deep Purple 

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Donovan  The Trip   Favoriting Sunshine Superman  1966 
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Tremosphere  Woken   Favoriting Interiors  2019 
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Pink Floyd  Crying Song   Favoriting More (OST)  1969 
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PJ Harvey  Dear Darkness   Favoriting White Chalk  2007 
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Olivia Newton-John  If I Gotta Leave   Favoriting If Not For You  1971 
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Rainy Day  I'll Keep It With Mine   Favoriting Rainy Day  1984 
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Pentangle  Lord Franklin   Favoriting Cruel Sister  1970 
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Leonard Cohen  Be For Real   Favoriting The Future  1992 
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Dolenz, Jones, Boyce & Hart  I Remember the Feeling   Favoriting Dolenz, Jones, Boyce & Hart  1976 
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The Kinks  Funny Face   Favoriting Something Else By the Kinks  1967 
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Syd Barrett 

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The Cure  Friday I'm in Love   Favoriting Friday I'm In Love single  1992 
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Listener comments!

Avatar 7:00pm
Sylvia (France-NYC):

... and we're here!
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

oh yes!
Avatar 7:02pm
Sylvia (France-NYC):

do we live here now, on the comments board? :-D
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 7:02pm
Alex In Illinois:

I'm still dancing! This is one of my favorite songs form the 80s
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 7:02pm
Julie:

yes. this is home now. Hi Sylvia, Alex & Cha Cha!!
Avatar 7:02pm
Mary Wing:

Beep beep!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 7:03pm
Alex In Illinois:

I have heard covers of Ashes to Ashes but I don't think anyone has covered this song.
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 7:03pm
Julie:

yeah I can't think of one either, Alex.Beep Beep Mary!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 7:03pm
Alex In Illinois:

ooo Bop! Do do do do do do do do Fashion!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 7:04pm
Alex In Illinois:

I once made a Mash up of this and Bring On The Disco King.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:06pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

Bowie has done his fair share of cover versions but Bowie cover versions are an "only for the brave" sort of thing. Some have done quite well, Anna Calvi for instance.
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 7:10pm
Julie:

I hadn't planned to keep you dancing but I guess maybe for a bit
Avatar 7:14pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Disco Hitchcock !
...my new band...
Avatar 🦇 7:18pm
northguineahills:

Wake up from nap, and Julie makes me temporally displaced, yet again....
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 7:18pm
Julie:

haha tell me about it, the days are starting to blur together
Avatar 7:19pm
C.S.:

Wasn't it Wednesday five hours ago?
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 7:20pm
Julie:

wasn't it just.. APRIL?
Avatar 7:21pm
C.S.:

Oh 2020...we hardly knew ye.
Avatar 7:22pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Blorbsyear
Avatar 🦇 7:23pm
northguineahills:

It seems that whenever I wake from a nap, Julie is on....
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 7:23pm
Julie:

you're still asleep, NGH worry not
Avatar 🦇 7:24pm
northguineahills:

Maybe I'm no longer in 2020...*looks at C.S.'s post* "Cthulhlu damn it!"
Avatar 7:25pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

....the stealth Dominatrix Empress of the series no one was expecting - topping from below...
Avatar 7:26pm
C.S.:

Me in January: "This is the year I get out more. I'll go to that bar that I've always wanted to check out. I'll go to the beach in the summer. I'll try to be more social. I'll try to be more positive about life."
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 7:27pm
Julie:

2020 is gonna be MY YEAR
Avatar 7:28pm
C.S.:

"It was supposed to be the Summer of George."
Avatar 🦇 7:29pm
northguineahills:

Maybe it's my birthday, the second time I get to hear Joy Division in the same day!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:31pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

I tell you, the boys from La Düsseldorf knew 2000 was the year for cha cha, not 2020.
Avatar 7:32pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Ian makes that U.S. Tour @ last
...well my sense of humor took a Scorpio turn today...soaking in a tub & I'll see what that does...
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 7:32pm
Julie:

i think I just saw lightning
Avatar 7:33pm
Mary Wing:

Me too! And thunder!
Avatar 7:34pm
Mary Wing:

I was just wondering why it is so dark when its only 7:30?
Avatar 🦇 7:35pm
northguineahills:

Hey, thunderstorms o'er me down here as well!
  7:37pm
Dean:

I remember hearing about Ian Curtis's suicide. I was in line at Graumann's Chinese Theater on Hollywood Blvd., waiting to see the premier of Kubrick's Shining. Somebody reported the news, which may have been days old. We were bummed, because we were planning to go to one of the West Coast shows. Saw Todd Rundgren in line, too.
  7:38pm
Dean:

Grauman's would have been Mann's by then.
Avatar 🦇 7:39pm
northguineahills:

Every time I hear Peter Schilling, I want to the third season of Berlin '83 (the next one is '89) to come out....
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

I was not outdoors in June between 8am and 6pm so I did not experience the Finnish June heatwave properly. There must be something really wrong with me and my sleeping hours. It has been cold ever since.July was almost autumnal. This weekend has been/willbe warm for a change.
Avatar 🦇 7:42pm
northguineahills:

Kiev is the anglofied Russian pronunciation, Kyiv is the Ukranian pronunciation....
Avatar 7:43pm
Mary Wing:

(The Soft Boys)
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Mary Wing:

True, you wouldn't confuse Soft Boys with solo Robin.
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

Hey, Snowpony! I really should get to know them better - while waiting for the next My Bloody Valentine release. (not to forget Debbie's bass prowess in Thurston Moore's band and Primal Scream)
Avatar 7:55pm
C.S.:

How did 2002 get to be so long ago? sigh.
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 7:56pm
Julie:

crazy isn't it?
  7:57pm
CC:

C.S... it's really hard to be positive when you got Republicans screwing everything up all the time!!!...sheesh!!...
Avatar 7:57pm
Sylvia (France-NYC):

gonna try to get some sleep (it's 2am in France), see you later Dark Nighters!
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

Just like you, Julie said yesterday, 1967 and 1980 were not only 13 years but worlds apart. Anything starting with 20 was just a while ago.
Avatar 7:57pm
C.S.:

Yep. It was a good time for music.
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 7:58pm
Julie:

I was so into the hooverphonic forgot to type in the next song
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 7:58pm
Julie:

whoa more lightning
Avatar 🦇 7:58pm
northguineahills:

2002, when Bedford Ave was just transitioning from an industrial wasteland (*note, there were also lofts and residences there before) to a hipster 'paradise' (that would be complete by 2003)
Avatar 7:59pm
C.S.:

I must say, I really like the band photos but it must make DJing more difficult.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:01pm
Ike:

Hi all!
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Julie:

hey Ike!
  8:04pm
CC:

I remember the very first time I heard Grateful Dead do that song Shakedown Street I thought wow that really fits in the Disco era?!?
  8:06pm
Dean:

Our perception of time--well, mine--is often skewed by emotional associations. I was born in '59, and I was "into" The Beatles by the time I was four. But the rock 'n' roll forerunners -- Gene Vincent, early Elvis, etc. -- seem like ancient history relative to my awakening to the genre, where the late '70s to this day feel like last week.

Weirdly, my sense of diurnal passage of time is sometimes uncanny. My kids will ask the time, I'll take a stab without checking a clock, and damn if I'm not within two minutes.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:06pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

I really wanted to send my song/artist requests yesterday but as I have a "yesterday" dumbphone it would have taken ages just to type the artist and a message saying PLAY SO-AND-SO does look rude or what?
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

A.R. Kane, yay!
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Julie:

what grateful dead record would I like?
  8:08pm
Dean:

*Everybody* who likes the Dead likes Workingman's Dead, so start there, or American Beauty. But given your penchant for early Genesis, you should start right at the beginning with the Dead, too.
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

@8:06 Julie: I like the Grateful Dead short film circa 1968 where their music is completely cut up. Saw it in all its 16mm glory 4 years ago or so.
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 8:10pm
Julie:

sounds like a good idea, Dean!
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

I just realized recently - The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway was magical (read: scary) for me as a 8-year old and it is my favorite some 35 years later.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:12pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

The Sundays! Thanks Julie!
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Julie:

the sundays have special powers
  8:16pm
Dean:

I was already aware of Genesis a bit, but when I first heard Lamb I was standing in a Wherehouse in the town where I lived at the time of its release. I noted first "The Waiting Room," which is the odd man out (bootleg aficionados will get the allusion) on the album, the one track to which Eno contributed effects. I borrowed the album from a friend, didn't like it, and that was that until I listened more deeply to the band's catalog. Not long thereafter, I came to agree with Photocopy that the album is magical, as are the several live recordings I have from not exactly official releases.
Avatar 8:17pm
Mary Wing:

Brazilian shoegaze, I like this Ousel!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:18pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

The hidden Eno track after In The Cage gave me Daliesque nightmares as a kid.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:18pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

(on the The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway album)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:19pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

funny though, as there is nothing remotely scary about it.
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 8:19pm
Julie:

feels like we need to have a Lamb Lies Down listening party
Avatar 8:20pm
Mary Wing:

Has Xanadu weekend begun yet, by the way?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:20pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

@8:19 Julie: I gotta call a cab - WAIT, I am here already :)
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Julie:

OMG Mary I was just gonna ask that
  8:21pm
CC:

I think the Grateful Dead's very first greatest hits album is a good place to start?!?...:)
Avatar 8:21pm
Mary Wing:

Saturday at 3 pm, I just checked.
  8:21pm
Dean:

According to Translate, "shoegaze" in Portuguese is not "sapatolhar," but "shoegaze."

The track after "In the Cage" is "Grand Parade of Lifeless Packaging." Yeah, you're right that Eno likely was involved in that, too. But hidden?
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 8:22pm
Julie:

cool, thanks mary!
Avatar 8:23pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

The Dead of course took an end run (ugh sport metaphor) around show biz - & instead of trying for hits just showed up & toured - & hence built a subculture - almost a society - around themselves really unequalled by any band (for all Punk's noise about anarchy).
Even now - as huge as they became - they are not quite assessed along with the rest by the historians & rawkumentarians.
Everybody knows The Dead could not play, sing, write or use the studio.
Problem with that... 'American Beauty' lacks not one thing I can determine that qualifies a Masterpiece.
When Country Rawk or Americana have exposition - how can this album possibly be excepted ??
The paradox of course is this:
I reasoned that if Folk Music is anything in our time (...or was...) - it is that Music that when you greet strangers @ a fire on the beach in a new town that you are all familiar with & can sing together. The Grateful Dead have been exactly that
...& even the Punks knew about them - all along...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:23pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

@8:21 Dean: yes there is a Eno (or Eno-ish) "ambient track between the songs as it were. As a cd track I guess it is at the end of In the Cage
  8:25pm
CC:

Well spoken, RR!!!...
  8:25pm
Dean:

What are these CD things of which you speak?

I jest. I know Lamb exclusively through LP.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:27pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

@8:25 Dean: well this Eno (I preume) track is at the end of the track on the cd, just before Grand Parade of Lifeless Packaging (as a song) begins.
  8:28pm
Dean:

Re: punk vs. folk, see Phranc.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:31pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

Hey Dean, were you interested in the doc about Jukka Tolonen?
  8:32pm
Dean:

Yes, but it's all in Finnish, right? I have the link somewhere...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:33pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

@8:32 Dean: give me some time and I you'll have with subtitles :)
  8:33pm
CC:

Elton really had soul...when he wanted to!!!...:)
  8:33pm
Dean:

Oh, man. Can I share with friends?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:34pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

@8:33 Dean: well OK. Just don't advertise it as it were ;)
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 8:35pm
Julie:

oh yeah he was killer those early shows, wish I could've seen them
  8:36pm
CC:

Most excellent selection here!!!...:)
  8:36pm
Dean:

Gotcha. Just one friend, actually, a guy who has most/all of JT's albums, along with TP, Wigwam, etc.
Avatar 8:37pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Who !
...you pander to me.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:37pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

I know I am boring - but this was mindblowing as an 8 year old
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 8:37pm
Julie:

this is still mindblowing
  8:38pm
CC:

You can't learn all you can know when the men in the shadows are keeping it from you!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:38pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

@8:36 Dean: it is no problem mate, I have an subtitle file in Finnish and I really have to do is translate in english - something to do while it's raining, eh?
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Cha Cha - I had a brother about nine years older deep into Rawk. I know exactly what you mean.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:40pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

@8:38 Revolution Rabbit Nov63: ❤️
  8:41pm
Dean:

Agreed, Photocopy.

I had friends with siblings some years older, which is how I learned early about the Dead, Steppenwolf, Allman Bros., Leo Kottke(!), Deep Purple, and so forth.
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 8:41pm
Ken From Hyde Park:

Back from some outings. How's everybody?
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 8:41pm
Julie:

epic black fortress comin your way
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 8:43pm
Julie:

heya Ken!
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 8:44pm
Julie:

we had the live steppenwolf album at our house. Hard to believe my square older sisters had that
  8:44pm
CC:

This song has a nice feel to it... have a stiff upper lip go out and find a job and then hurry up and die!!!...lol...
  8:45pm
Dean:

From my mom I learned about Rachmaninov, Burt Bacharach, Billie Holiday...
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 8:46pm
Julie:

my dad had some soundtracks and trini lopez. mom had tom jones and vicki carr. and streisand. so much streisand.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:47pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

@8:41 Dean: lucky you! I had the local library - but considering it was the sticks - northern Finland that is, I was being pampered with their catalogue. They sold deleted stuff for pennies, like Eno's Another Green World or Trojan records box set - goes to show good music was not appreciated, as the deleted stuff was the records that were not listened to or taken out. Well, more for me ;)
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 8:48pm
Julie:

who are the groovy hippie girl singers of Finland?
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 8:48pm
Julie:

god I love these guys
  8:51pm
Dean:

My mom had *some* Streisand. Kinda wish she'd had more. But I managed to grab one of her Johnny Mathis records, a double LP affair featuring songs by Bert Kaempfert and Bacharach!

So you're telling me, Photocopy, that public libraries in Finland had Eno and Trojan record boxes in their collections? I worked at a public library in SoCal for over a decade. One of my gigs was selection of classical recordings, and so I'll wager that the library's collection for the '90s was pretty darn good as far as off-the-beaten-path material goes for that period. But Finland's public libraries have *nothing* to be ashamed of if they were collecting Trojan record boxes.
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 8:52pm
Julie:

I like Johnny Mathis.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:52pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

@8:48 Julie: Muska did a killer version of Send Me a Postcard (Shocking Blue) - Kirjoita postikorttiin, check it out!
  8:52pm
CC:

Outside of the inside and inside the outside!!!...:)
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 8:52pm
Julie:

will do, Cha Cha! thanks!
  8:54pm
Dean:

Listened not long ago to Cardi B's latest and so "Out and In" has peculiar resonances.
Avatar 8:54pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Trini! Rachmaninoff! Still catching up there...
Well - we were in small-town New England with NO SCENE whatsoever ...but my brother had *1,000s* of albums & magazines like Creem - & played Guitar - eventually in G.G.Allin & the Jabbers. So I just had to sit there & take it in !
Even when I was small - he'd give me the 45 if he got the LP & things...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:55pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

@8:51 Dean: yep. All these childhood memories of The Who and Genesis - courtesy of my local library, of a small small town.
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 8:55pm
Julie:

wow Rev that sounds amazing.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:56pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

btw Julie , you played Finland Finest, Blues Section in your show - AWESOME.
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 8:56pm
Julie:

my sister sang in rock bands and I borrowed/stole her records
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 8:56pm
Julie:

wow I did not expect this song to go here
  8:57pm
CC:

Groovy guitar!!!...:)
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 8:58pm
Julie:

wow this is insane!
  8:58pm
Dean:

That is the very point of a public library. Size (of your town) doesn't matter.

G.G. Allin, whoa! That's gotta be a war story. The coffee shop I visit most mornings here features a wall plastered with old punk flyers, Allin's among them. I have a high tolerance, even an appetite, for insane behavior, but I'm not sure I would have endured an Allin performance.
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 8:58pm
Julie:

phew! wowza
Avatar 8:59pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Green World is amazing.
...Funny thing is I took stuff like Eno, Mayfield, the Staples - outta the library when really young ...& I could not get to it! I rushed back to my Who records. Which now makes no sense to me... From stuff I got thru the Library - I did take immediately to International music - & JAZZ hit me like a revelation. Coltrane walked into my heart & stayed.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:59pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

@8:48 Julie: Maarit's 1973 s/t debut is also madly good stuff - the mighty WIGWAM as her backing band, whoah!
  9:00pm
Dean:

Holy crap. That McCord record was released on CTI!
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Julie:

thanks Cha Cha much appreciated
Avatar 🦇 Swag For Life Member 9:00pm
Julie:

quite a departure from her singing backup on Perry Como
  9:01pm
CC:

Absolutely love Colins voice..!.. that boy is still alive by the way!!!!...:)
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Julie:

does he still have the magnificent hair?
  9:01pm
Dean:

I first heard one of my now top five favorite records by checking it out from the library. It is the Nonesuch Explorer Turkish Village Music.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:01pm
Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

Colin Blunstone and Robert Smith - when will the years do their tricks to their voices?
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Zombies toured recent times!
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Julie:

Annie Haslam is one of those as well, IMHO
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Julie:

yeah but you never know who is playing under the name with those bands
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Dean:

I've said it before, I'll say it again: Listen to Conchita Supervia if you want voice like you've never heard it before.
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Julie:

will do!
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CC:

I can hear Jesse Colin Young singing this song???...:)
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Dean:

It doesn't hurt that her name is Conchita Supervia.
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

@9:02 Julie: saw them 2018 -the voice - Colin Blunstone was still there as well as as Rod Argent.
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Revfolution Rabbit Nov63:

...right. I kinda think they were good!
...Nonesuch! That's right. Highly educational & great.
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Dean:

Just occurred to me that you all might like Kingsbury Manx and the to my knowledge one record by The Changes. If we were, say, populating a spreadsheet I might add them.
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CC:

I can't blame ya!!!...:)
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

btw Dean, PM me your email so one day you'll get lińks for Tolonen doc w/ english subitles.
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Dean:

I don't have an account to do so, Photocopy, so here it is:

deancrowan -at- yahoo
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

@9:11 Dean: got it. You don't need an WFMU account for PM's though, I believe the contacting people thru the WFMU page will show you their respective direct email links unless I am mistaken?
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

so many typos today, sorry....
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Dean:

"You need to be signed in to request a user's contact info."
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CC:

If America trusts in God so much how come Republicans are running everything!!!...
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Julie:

Sir, this is a Wendy's
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

@9:16 Dean: OK. I thought I could email (x) but then again I did not request contact infos & such.
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Roberto:

JOOLieLIL:
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CC:

Yeah baby!!!...:)
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Revfolution Rabbit Nov63:

& 'The Trip' was one of the earliest 45s that was around in my life. : )
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Julie:

ROBERTO!
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Roberto:

sup
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Julie:

I feel very lucky to have seen Donovan live a couple times, wish I could've seen him in his heyday!
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Julie:

man does he have STORIES
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Dean:

I also remember being introduced by a friend's sibling to Mothermania, the cover of which scared me then and, to equal effect, amuses me to this day: https://www.discogs.com/The-Mothers-Of-Invention-Mothermania-The-Best-Of-The-Mothers/master/220448

I saw Donovan only once in 1976 when he opened for Yes. Loved him.
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CC:

He's got a great show with Jonesville Station!!!...:)
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Ken From Hyde Park:

Just sent you a picture from the back yard. The tunes are hitting the spot.
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Dean:

Have you played Mojave 3, Julie? I learned about them late in the day from Irene.
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Julie:

fantastic, Ken, glad to hear it!
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Julie:

I have not
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

lucky Julie & Dean, having seen Donovan. Not here, sadly.
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Julie:

awww
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Dean:

You know Slowdive, though, right? They evolved into Mojave 3. Consider exploring their catalog. I'd start with Spoon & Rafter, then Puzzles Like You, but the earlier stuff is terrific, too.
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Julie:

yes right thanks!
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Dean:

Tremosphere reminded me of them.
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Dean:

Wait: I asked if you've "played" them, but I meant "heard."
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Julie:

yeah I really haven't, only heard OF them.
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

I loved seeing Slowdive with my best friend when they reformed. Payed well over the actual price (f*** you legal scalpers & ticket touts) but WORTH IT.
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CC:

There are a lot of reasons why some people have mental breakdowns!!!...:)
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

wasn't a Tremosphere member here just a while ago until hitting the hay?
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Dean:

Then move on to the Borodin Quartet's Shostakovich string quartets.

There is too much goddamn glorious music. To whom should I write to complain?
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Julie:

Yes that was Sylvia. Late for her.
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

her best album. I LOVE WHITE CHALK.
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CC:

So much to listen to...so little time!!!...:)
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Julie:

it's such a change from Rid of Me which I love
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

@9:31 Julie: well 1 hour ahead of her here hehehehhe. No time to sleep.
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northguineahills:

@Dean: I saw Mojave 3 three times. One time, I got to speak to Rachel Gosling for quite a while, and told her how much I loved Slowdive's Pygmalion (the transition from Slowdive to Mojave 3). When I left, she kissed me on the cheek. I almost fainted as I had a crush on her since I was 16.
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

@9:31 Julie: interesting as it is her only album I never got into. I prefer 4 track demos (the same song in you guessed it, demo form)
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CC:

I've been trying to catch up on all of the Peter Green I missed while I thought he was dead!!!...:)
  9:34pm
Dean:

That is sublime, ngh!

Olivia Newton-John, granddaughter of Max Born!
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Julie:

oh yeah I got 4-track demos FIRST, then Rid of Me after.
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Julie:

i like the viola on this..or violin ...whatever it is
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CC:

Nice one!!!...:)
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northguineahills:

already pre-clickied, any Sandy Denny cover...

(it was a viola)
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northguineahills:

My favorite Pentangle album (well, they all are).
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Revfolution Rabbit Nov63:

1. Susannah kills me.
2. I was Leaving Home right in those early 80s when Alternative was crossing over - & I can't separate these...
3. Dylan always around the corner @ least...
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

well that Rainy Day was news to me so thanks Julie for yet another discovery!
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CC:

I absolutely love serious music!!!
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Julie:

you're welcome!
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Julie:

how did I pick a Pentangle song with the guy singing?
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Revfolution Rabbit Nov63:

Oh Cha Cha! The Rainy Day album !
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northguineahills:

they're all great, Julie!
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Julie:

someone requested a rainy day song yesterday but it's not on that album
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

by the way Julie, have you watched The End Of The F***ing World? Every time I write the word "thanks" it reminds me of that character...
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Julie:

oh I love that show!
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

I KNEW YOU WOULD ❤️
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CC:

God rest that boy's soul!!!
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Julie:

was LC ever a boy? Like even young? he seems forever mature to me
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

I don't give him enough time. I just had a listen of the mono mix of Songs Of Leonard Cohen and....... words disappear. he said all there is to say.
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Julie:

ooooh mono mix
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CC:

Yes...Julie!!!...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Leonard looks like Bourdain there...
Rainy Day wigkey : en.m.wikipedia.org...
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Julie:

you don't get more serious music than dolenz, jones, boyce and hart LOL
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Julie:

yeah he does!
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

Battersea had power station!
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Julie:

everyone clap allong
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CC:

New skin for the Old Ceremony was my favorite album!!!...:)
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

if there is a heaven they play the KINKS
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Julie:

lots of great bands when I was a teen but man nothing beats some of these dreamy 60s boys
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CC:

I know you are running out of time Julie... just like America!!!...:)
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Julie:

at least I'll go down playing music!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I linked before to that film / doc about Leonard before he was a singer - reading his words & already celebrated...he seemed an early 1960s scene kinda guy if not exactly juvenile...already an accomplished wordsmith....
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CC:

Hehehe...:)
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

GO
OVERTIME
JULIE
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Roberto:

Bai Julie!
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

GO
OVERTIME
JULIE
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northguineahills:

buenas noches, Julie, gracias!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Si muchas.
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northguineahills:

HS again!
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

thanks Julie and fellow souls of the dark night - Julie, when will you start your own stream? SOON?
Soon.
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Julie:

you may be hearing a bit more of me soon, stay tuned :D
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northguineahills:

I remember seeing the Cure in '96, and not expecting much. They killed!
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Photocopy Cha Cha 2000:

9:59 northguineahills: DITTO!
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CC:

I can't say how much I really enjoyed the show tonight..!.. great going Julie!!!!...:)
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Julie:

dinner time for me! Thanks for listening, everyone!
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Roberto:

This song is so iconic, I always assume it's from earlier in The Cure's discography.
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Julie:

thank you CC!
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Julie:

Roberto I thought the same thing!!
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Ken From Hyde Park:

I was flipping around You Tube last night and watched a two-hour Cure at Lalapalooza set. See you next time!
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Mary Wing:

Great show, Julie!
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