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Mystery Date @ the Speakeasy Lounge
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 19, 2004 11:42 pm    Post subject: Mystery Date @ the Speakeasy Lounge Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

MYSTERY DATE AT THE SPEAKEASY LOUNGE

two hours of various musics and
word up foreground adventures
7 on the intensity meter - 33% levity
archived and ready to stream for dial up
and broadband users

program # ten @ Headtones Radio
http://www31.brinkster.com/headtones/
joining the nine other shows
for those who don't mind their pop next
to arcane art music, ambient next to dnb
etc.

ignore the misleading google ads
placed on page tops by host server
not me, btw ads don't appear in opera

no registration required no pop ups

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Artist - Selection
description

Headtones - Introduction
blahblah

? ? ? ? - Mystery Date
sixties tv commercial

Gary Ernest Kay - Breezes Kissing
originally created midi files used for this composition

mental tsp - bird incident
just a hint of the dsp electronic music to be found on the kikapu net.label

Sounds Orchestral - Cast Your Fate To The Wind
1965 top ten cover of the Vince Guaraldi Trio classic

The Firesign Theatre - Forward Into The Past
masters of the radio and audio theater tradition - satire par excellence

Jeff Harrington - Eroica Spettrale
Beethoven digitally revisited with this ethereal composition

Raymond Scott - Futurama
music by avant garde commercial composer
for a General Motors advertisement voice-over

Sparks - Hospitality On Parade
"They drive me up the motherfuckin' wall, ... Then again, I ask myself,
if I hate this stuff so much, how come I just eat up everything Eno does,
when a lot of it doesn't sound so different?
Especially since some of Sparks' lyrics ain't bad at all."
(Lester Bangs, Creem, 1975)

Is What - Napoleon's Detonation Of Landmines
heads up rap by Napoleon and band
found this on mp3.com years ago, anybody have a recent url?

Amon Tobin - Saboteur
downtempo; bass, beats, flourishes

Fognode - Luckless Pedestrian
found this on mp3.com years ago, interesting revisiting their site recently to find praise by Brian Eno

Yusuke Tabira - The Dome
just a hint of the interesting dsp electronic music by this artist

The Firesign Theatre - The Army Training Film
masters of the radio and audio theater tradition - multidimensional comedy

uk Crisis - Ocean Road
rock pop studio mix

Kenyon Hopkins - The Crank
performed by the Creed Taylor Orchestra

Pfeuti - Open
post jazz with phone message voice-overs
commissioned for the soundtrack to the "sur|FACE" film

Chuan - Kitchen
magic chef musique concrete by another artist m.i.a. from mp3.com

ink1 - Dopamine
chronic thrill seeker tells all

Ikara Colt - Panic
art school rocker with pissed vocals

Lob! - Ready, Steady, Stop
groovy jazzy funky with "you are go..." voiceover

Jim Backus - ? ? ? ?
sounds like Mr. Magoo was sipping the stew

The 90 Day Men - My Trip To Venus
math rocker with languid vocals

Mitchell Kriegman - In The Bathtub
off the hook audio theater par excellence

Deliciound - Blindfolded
hyper beat craft, autobahn at 78 rpm

Oren Ambarchi - Lungs
avant guitar soundcraft

Peter Russell - What Do We Really Want
public service announcement

spish - kaliphony
dsp soundcraft

Negativland - Truth In Advertising
masters of the plunderphonic remix re-edit

Eric & Ryan Kilkenny - Bongo Avenger
one of many fine space pop revisited tracks from the "Two Zombies Later" compilation

Lemon Jelly - Return To Patagonia (excerpt)
breakbeat extraordinaire

Steve Hillage - Salmon Song
seventies progressive psychedelic rock from the "Fish Rising" album

Broken Social Scene - I slept with bonhomme at the cbc
from the lovely instrumental album, "Feel Good Lost"

Skylab - Seashell
nineties chill out trip hop hit

Tony Schwartz - Standing Here At The Present Time (excerpt)
audio documentarian and media genius of the mid twentieth century

Digable Planets - Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like That)
nineties hip hop hit from jazz sample laden album, " Reachin' (A New Refutation of Time and Space) "

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AgentA
me tones:
http://www.ic-musicmedia.com/snapshot
tones for the head:
http://www31.brinkster.com/headtones/

brinkster are doing server maintenance at the moment
(of course, just when I'm about to do web promo)
so try again later if page isn't found

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 25, 2004 5:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Yah, it's quite a trip. I actually took a few rides on the Futurama ride as a kid, and at the time was blown away by it - took "the trip that was worth the trip" as it were. Ties in well with the thread on Raymond Scott that was running here a few days ago.

My big problem is that I cannot get the Milton Bradley 'Mystery Date' song out of my head! Shocked Very Happy

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 25, 2004 10:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Dang, around here if you blink you'll miss twenty posts. I missed the Raymond Scott thread. (am looking for it) Glad you were able to tune in, hope it wasn't too bad a trip down memory lane for you. Laughing
Since I knew you would be tuning in, I made sure I included some edgier stuff; especially Chuan 's Kitchen.
Little did I know how intimate you were with the other tracks you mention Laughing

By the way folks, this particular show allows skipping to the next track (or back if you want) since maybe something like Firesign Theatre might be old hat or too American English specific? Or maybe you cringe when it comes to rock? Me, I like diversity. And maybe it's pretentious of me but I do try to make the show greater or equal to the sum of its parts.

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