Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Archives Of Oblivion playlist and podcast, November 21, 2006

Here's the show:

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3

[please download the files before listening]

Peter Hammill, Re-Awakening
Doc Severinsen, The Court Of The Crimson King
Ennio Morricone, The Ecstacy Of Gold
Brute Force, In Jim's Garage
Lionel Bart, excerpt from Isn't This Where We Came In?
Richard Harris, The Yard Went On Forever
Stephen Monahan, Long Live The King
Scott Walker, It's Raining Today
Judy Henske/Jerry Yester, St. Nicholas Hall
Arcesia, Soul Wings
Euphoria, Lisa
Kevin Ayers, Lady Rachel
The Wayward Bus, Edgar Whitsuntide
The Neon Philharmonic, Cowboy
Charles Martin, I Am Music
Gale Garnett & The Gentle Reign, Freddie Mahoney
The Divine Comedy, Party Fears Two
Donafaye, The Peacock Says 'Coo-Coo'
The Appletree Theatre, I Wonder If Louise is Home
Christensen & Tartaglia, Spires
The Incredible String Band, The Minotaur's Song
"Pink Panther Punk", It's Punk
"Songs & Games Of Physical Fitness", Foot To Head
Bob McAllister, Have You Heard Any Good News?
Phil Harris, The Thing
Wildman Fischer, The Taster
Joe E. Ross, Ooh! Ooh!
The Legendary Stardust Cowboy, I Took A Trip On A Gemini Spacecraft
excerpt from "Mannerstown, the Please & Thank You City"
The Capes & Masks, The Eagle's Nest (Computer Word Scrambler)
The Dynamic Batmen, Batman Theme

Live mix, including:
Batman, "The Joker's Utility Belt"
Dion McGregor, The Flight
Chiitra Neogy, The Perfumed Garden
DDC Learning Aid For Chemistry

The Dynamic Batmen, Pow!
National Lampoon, Remember Those Fabulous Sixties?
Jackie & Roy, Fixing A Hole
Petula Clark, I Know A Place
Woody Allen, Blindness PSA
Cockney Rebel, Tumbling Down


Anonymous said...

Who sings this song "Mannerstown, the please and thank you city"?

Andy Zax said...

I can't locate the record at the moment, but if memory serves there is no artist credited. It's from a 7-inch single I found in a thrift store many years ago.


Anonymous said...

Hi. Do you have mannerstown on this site? It was my favorite song as a kid

Anonymous said...

Mannerstown was the best kids' record ever. Any chance you can post the whole thing?