Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Archives of Oblivion playlist and podcast, January 30, 2007

Here's the show:

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3

[please download the files before listening]

Here's the playlist:

Fire & Ice, Ltd., I Just Thought Of The Moon
Cannonball Adderley, Virgo
Gabor Szabo, Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
John Schroeder, Witchi-Tai-To
The Mandrake Memorial, Earthfriend
Food Safety PSA
Noah, Suite For An Antique Lady
Nick Garrie, The Nightmare of J.P. Stanislas
Sandie Shaw, Your Time Is Gonna Come
The Living Strings, Beth
Lee Hazlewood, For One Moment
Lee Hazlewood, Rainbow Woman
Lee Hazlewood, Fred Freud
Lee Hazlewood, Charlie Bill Nelson
Phil Harris, That's What I Like About The South
Hoosier Hot Shots, I Like Bananas (Because They Have No Bones)
Fred Waring, Dry Bones
Ray Stevens, The Earl Of Stilton Square
Tony Bennett, Eleanor Rigby
Andy Williams, Up Up And Away
Bill Cosby, Grover Henson Feels Forgotten
Sonny Bono, Laugh At Me
Frank Sinatra, radio spot for Watertown LP
Chad Mitchell, Goodbye & Hello
[15-minute excerpt from] The Oldsmobile For '60 Musical, Who Could Ask For Anything More?
Giles Giles & Fripp, The Elephant Song
Uncle Bill, The Mighty Quinn
Rod McKuen, Ballad Of Hollywood
Napoleon XIV, Split Level Head

Live Sound Collage, including:
Dr. Bergen Evans, Vocabulary Studies
Western Electric Corp., The Dialect Of The Black American
Charles L. Tooman, I'm Tired Of Talking About Sex Education
BBC Archives, English With A Dialect
"Aprenda Mientras Duerme: Ingles"
International Harvester, Skordetider
Faust, Krautrock

Pearls Before Swine, Translucent Carriages
Procol Harum, TV Caesar
The United States Of America, The American Metaphysical Circus
Andre Hodeir, excerpt from Anna Livia Plurabelle

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Archives Of Oblivion playlist and podcast, January 23, 2007

The first show of 2007! (Brought to you--39 years after the fact--by Gorilla Milk!)

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3

[please download the files before listening]

Ronnie Von, Onde Foi
Phil Ochs, Tape From California
Slapp Happy, The Drum
Ray Brown, Good Day Sunshine
Fred Lane, White Woman
Gorilla Milk radio spot 1
Chad & Jeremy, The Emancipation of Mr. X
The Brain, Nightmares In Red
The Kaplan Brothers, Epitaph
Gorilla Milk radio spot 2
Bobby Shad & The Bad Men, I Want You Back
Bill Plummer & The Cosmic Brotherhood, Journey To The East
Richie Havens, Putting Out The Vibration And Hoping It Comes Home
The Sunshine Company, Rain
Mickey Newbury, Just Dropped In
Gorilla Milk radio spot 3
T.I.M.E., Tripping Into Sunshine
Morning Glory, Jelly Gas Flame
The Spike Drivers, Baby Won't You Let Me Tell You How I Lost My Mind
Spirit, Gramophone Man
Bert Sommer, Things Are Going My Way
Gorilla Milk radio spot 4
Maffitt/Davies, Forest Lawn
Bob Lind, Mister Zero
Jackie-O Motherfucker, Hey! Mr. Sky
Michael Head & The Strands, Undecided (Reprise)
Murray Head, Say It Ain't So Joe
Gorilla Milk radio spot 5
Billy Mackenzie, Winter Academy
Bee Gees, Melody Fair
The Hobbits, Men And Doors
Gorilla Milk radio spot 6
Bill Fay, Garden Song
Jefferson Airplane, Rejoyce

Live Sound Collage including:
Bert Tenzer, "The Newest Member Of The Family"
"New Communications Era," filmstrip soundtrack
Jim Roche, Bubble Blower
Richard Robinson's "Rock Stars", 8/27/69 episode
Edgar Froese, Macula Transfer
Mother Mallard's Portable Masterpiece Co., Ceres Motion
Laraaji, Dance #1

Roxy Music, For Your Pleasure
Genesis*, Journey To The Moon Part I
Gorilla Milk radio spot 7
Genesis*, Journey To The Moon Part II
Gorilla Milk radio spot 8
Bongwater, Love Life
Gorilla Milk radio spot 9
The Assembled Multitude, Ohio
Gorilla Milk radio spot 10
The Insect Trust, Our Sister The Sun

* - no, not THAT Genesis...

Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Archives of Oblivion 2007 Season Premiere...coming January 23rd!

After a month-long hibernation period, Archives of Oblivion returns on January 23rd with all-new/all-now episodes coming your way each Tuesday from 2PM to 5PM PDT. Just point your browser to Luxuria Music and let the sonic wonderment begin!

Our 2007 Season Premiere will feature the usual complement of forgotten delights, including the complete 1968 radio advertising campaign (featuring music by psychedelic cult heroes Quatrain) for Pillsbury's long-gone instant breakfast product Gorilla Milk. You don't dare miss it...