Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Archives Of Oblivion playlist, December 5, 2006

Here's the show:

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3

[please download the files before listening]

Here's the playlist:

The Soulful Strings, Paint it Black
Sebastian Cabot, Who Killed Davey Moore?
"Glorshon Wars" PSA, Cooperation
The Human Beinz, It's Fun To Be Clean
The Cowsills, The Milk Song
The Voices Four, Sim Shalom
The New Folk, Love Comes Down
The Moon, Someday Girl
The Sound Of Feeling, Hurdy Gurdy Man
The Turtles, Sound Asleep
David McCallum, The Edge
Howard Roberts, Spinning Wheel
David Rose, Workin' On A Groovy Thing
Lou Rawls, Fa Fa Fa Fa Fa (Sad Song)
The Electric Prunes, General Confessional
Loretta Swit, I Hate Listerine
"The Bathrooms Are Coming!" My Bathroom Is A Private Kind Of Place
"City Ice" radio spot
Peggy Hayama, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (in Japanese)
"How To Buy Meat," Bacon Window PSA
Sammy Davis Jr., I'm Over 25 - But You Can Trust Me
Lt. Garcia's Magic Music Box, El Hombre
James Last, Mr. Giant Man
Pink Umbrellas, Raspberry Rainbow
Stonepillow, There's Good News Tonight
"The Space Alphabet," Hydrogen & Helium
Uncle Jim, Go Where The Action Is
[music bed: Douglas Leedy, Entropical Paradise]
Robert Preston, Chicken Fat
Jackson 5, Corner Of the Sky
The Osmonds, Flirtin'
The Credibility Gap, You Can't Judge A Book By Its Hair
Excerpt from "Tomorrow Radio"
Fairchilds, (I Couldn't Think About Livin' Without You) Thinkin' Bout Me
Lothar & The Hand People, L-O-V-E
The Baroque Inevitable, Yellow Submarine
The American Breed, Cool It

Live mix, including:
"New Communications Era"
"The Complacent Americans"
"If The Bomb Falls"
Tobie Lurie, "Dow Chemical Jones"
Kurt Vonnegut, excerpts from "Slaughterhouse-Five"
Leonard Nimoy, excerpts from "There Will Come Soft Rains" (Ray Bradbury)
[music beds: Miles Davis, He Loved Him Madly; The Velvet Underground, live 1/14/66]

Momus, What Will Death Be Like?
The Bugaloos, The Bugaloos
Jimmie Haskell, California Fairy Tale/Barbara
The Hullaballoo Singers, Help
Bing Crosby, Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive
"How To Buy Meat," Steaks For Broiling PSA
The Partridge Family, I'm On My Way Back Home Again


Anonymous said...

Hi Andy:

Thanks for the Tupper Saussy Tribute. He was, to me, the most wonderful song-writer of our time. I was also very saddened by his passing and will always treasure the wonderful talent he shared with us. Too bad your show is only 3 hrs - as there is so much more material (as you well know).

Are you aware of the link on your Dec 5 show being broken? I thought I would bring your attention to it.

Thank you for making these great shows available to us.

We love you!

Ed Santos (Sushisake@aol.com)

Andy Zax said...


Thanks for pointing out the broken link! It should be fixed now. I hope you enjoy the "Uncle Jim" segment...

Thanks also for your comments about Tupper. I agree: three hours wasn't nearly enough. But it's comforting to know that there's more of his music out there--especially the great new "Chocolate Orchid" record--for those who want to seek it out.

I truly appreciate your taking the time to listen.