May 14, 2021 7:00 AM – 10:00 AM
With ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ
🎛🎛🎛 Music is the Weapon of the Future, Once More 🎛🎛🎛
Steve Tibbetts Sunrise
Steve Tibbetts Frammis 1977
Tibbetts used an EML 101 synthesizer and the four-track Dokorder 7140.
Steve Tibbetts The Secret
Steve Tibbetts Frammis 1977
Recorded late at night in the Macalester music department's electronic music studio. By late summer of 1976 Tibbetts had enough music for an album but little chance of getting a label to put it out. He did have something he could use for a cover from his work as an art major and a little money saved from a night shift job at Minnesota Public Radio, so he found a pressing plant in Arizona that would manufacture 200 albums for $600 and he sent them his stuff. About a month later they sent him the finished albums.
Set Break: 🎥 DJ Speaks over Cliff Martinez’ “Are you Comfortable?” from the “sex, lies and videotape” soundtrack 🎥
Fareed Haque Carry On
Deja Vu Blue Note Records 1997
California Guitar Trio Heart of the Sunrise
Cg3+2 California Guitar Trio 2002
cover of the Yes song
Trey Gunn Arrakis
The Third Star (Reemastered) Discipline Global Mobile 1996
Tony Grey Living Underground
Unknown Angels (Deluxe Edition) Obliqsound 2011
Set Break: DJ speaks over Univers Zero’s “Foret Inviolee (Secret Forest)” from Rhythmix 🌲🌳
Brian Eno & David Byrne Defiant
My Life In the Bush of Ghosts (Expanded Edition) Nonesuch 2006
Flying Lotus Clay
Pattern+Grid World Warp Records 2010
Ekova Steel Bird
Space Lullabies & Other Fantasmagore Epic 2000
"Ekova" is Arash Khalatbari, Dierdre Dubois, Mehdi Haddab
Zuco 103 Outro Lado
Outro Lado Ziriguiboom 2000
Dutch crossover band, collaboration of a Brazilian singer (Lilian Vieira), a Dutch drummer (Stefan Kruger) and a German keyboard-player (Stefan Schmid).
Set Break: 🐎 DJ speaks over Meherdin Khan’s “Morchang Duo” from “Instrumental Music Of Rajasthan/Langas And Manganiyars” 🐎
Mars Everywhere Mare Chromium
Industrial Sabotage Random Radar Records 1980
Mare Chromium is indeed on Mars.
Carpe Diem Réincarnation
En regardant passer le temps Musea 1975
Yochk'o Seffer Dailn
Ghilgoul Musea 1978
Associated with Magma and Zao.
Sean Malone Controversy
Cortlandt Free Electric Sound 2007
The pride of Delran NJ
Set Break: DJ speaks over Ozric Tentacles’ “Toltec Spring” from Erpland
Phish Listening Wind
Live Phish, Volume 15: 10/31/96 (The Omni, Atlanta, GA) JEMP Records 1996
Live Phish 15 (a 4 disc set) includes one disc covering the entire "Remain In Light" by Talking Heads.
Dirk Quinn Band Eve
Live at Home s/r 2012
Woodenhead Allison Miner
Live at Tipitina's Woodenhead 2015
Allison Miner (23 September 1949 – 23 December 1995) was a music promoter and manager who was instrumental in the early production of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.
Formed in New Orleans in 1975, Woodenhead recorded this in December 1993.
Djam Karet Hungry Ghost
A Night for Baku Cuneiform Records 2003
Set Break: 🩳 DJ speaks over Bill Frisell’s “Shorts” from “In Line” 🩳
Schicke Führs Fröhling Troja
Sunburst Brain 1977
German prog group from the mid 1970s, known as "SFF" for short.
Secret Oyster Pajamamafia
Sea Son The Laser's Edge 2006
From Denmark. This was originally issued by CBS in 1974.
Soft Machine Day's Eye
Seven CBS 1973
Soft Machine Bone Fire
Seven CBS 1973
In 1973, Soft Machine were Mike Ratledge, John Marshall, Roy Babbington, and Karl Jenkins.
Von Zamla Clandestine
1983 Cuneiform Records 1999
Founded in 1981 by keyboardist Lars Hollmer and guitarist Eino Haapala this zany band was an off-shoot of Sweden's Samlas Mammas Manna whose brand of RIO made them popular in Sweden in the 1970's but kept them relatively obscure elsewhere. Recorded for Radio Bremen in 1983.
Earth, Wind & Fire Magic Mind
All 'N All Columbia 1977
Philharmonie From the North
North Cuneiform Records 1994
Grow Sumerian 2015
Sloth & Turtle A Song for Ants
Sloth & Turtle - EP s/r 2018
Sanna Sadelaulu (A Rain Song)
Musta Northside 1998
Solo release from the Finnish vocalist from Hedningarna, Sanna Kurki-Suonio.
Set Break: 📀 DJ speaks over Jean Pascal Boffo’s “La grange aux bois” from “Jeux de nains” 📀
Dixie Dregs Kashmir
Bring 'Em Back Alive Capricorn 1992
Dread Zeppelin Kashmir
Re-Led-Ed Cleopatra Records 2004
California group that plays reggae-style covers of Zeppelin songs, with an Elvis impersonator as lead singer. Wait, what?