Archive for June, 2017

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A Thick Mist (June 21, 2017)


 
I can’t believe how good Rorcal sounded with Sun Circle playing alongside it. Fucking crazy. Also scope the reading of King Arthur at the end, some choice excerpts from that on top of Drøne’s new album.
 

A Thick Mist 2017/06/21

Background music: John Williams – Desert Chase (from Raiders Of The Lost Ark Score)

00:00:00 Flatt & Scruggs – Good Times Are Past and Gone (from Folk Songs Of Our Land)
00:02:26 Talk break
00:06:21 Black Monolith – Adhere (from Passenger)
00:14:27 El Niño De Ronda – La Vuelta (from The Real Flamenco)
00:17:57 Do’a – Phoenix Of Love (from Ancient Beauty)
00:23:58 The Caretaker – A Losing Battle Is Raging (from Everywhere At The End Of Time – Stage 2)
00:28:49 Talk break
00:35:00 Keiji Haino – More More More / Even If I Break Through / Falling Apart / Try To Come This Far / Though I Want To Laugh / I Want To Return (from Watashi Dake?)
00:36:57 Tyrone Guthrie – Casting The Play / The Actors In Rehearsal / The Director In Rehearsal / The Designer’s Role (from Lecture On “Directing A Play”)
00:57:33 Amaduduzo – Umlilo (from Siyabamukela)
01:01:21 Talk break
01:04:58 Rorcal – I / D / II / V (from Világvége)
01:08:49 Sun Circle – Side A (from Sun Circle)
01:26:35 Mama Yancey & Art Hodes – Trouble In Mind (from Mama Yancey Sings, Art Hodes Plays Blues)
01:30:11 Talk break
01:34:47 Drøne – Back To Station / Cutting The Screen (excerpt) (from A Perfect Blind)
01:36:20 Charles W. Dunn – Arthur’s Feast At Caerleon (12th Century Latin Translated) / The Round Table (Middle English) / Arthur’s Farewell To Guenevere (Middle English) / Arthur’s Betrayal (Early Modern English) / King Arthur’s Death (Modern English) (from The Changing English Language And Changing Literary Style)
02:01:00 Talk break
02:03:01 Cisco Houston – It Takes A Worried Man (from Passing Through)

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A Thick Mist (June 14, 2017)


 
Kevin Gan Yuen’s solo debut of black minimalism goes surprisingly well with Bulgarian folk music. And I’m glad to have recently found a record of Ferlinghetti reading his 30-minute anti-Nixon poem because it’s sadly still so relevant.
 

A Thick Mist 2017/06/14

Background music: Kraftwerk – Trans-Europe Express (from Trans-Europe Express)

00:00:00 Alfred Montmarquette – Reel De Chicoutimi (from Masters Of French Canadian Music 2)
00:02:26 Talk break
00:05:25 Nikhil Banerjee – Raga Hemant (from Ragas For Meditation)
00:06:19 Lawrence Ferlinghetti – Tyrannus Nix? (from Ferlinghetti)
00:31:00 Lori Goldston – Cruel Sister (from Creekside: Solo Cello)
00:37:25 Talk break
00:39:52 Krallice – Transformation Chronicles (from Prelapsarian)
00:52:10 Charles Manson – People Say I’m No Good (from Lie: The Love And Terror Cult)
00:55:32 Pete Seeger – The Mexican Blues (from Goofing-Off Suite)
00:57:28 Talk break
01:01:35 Kevin Gan Yuen – Liminal / To Pierce The Veil / Whispers In Dust / Static Bath (from Uncloaked Infinite)
01:02:56 Various – B18-B27 (from Bulgaria) (for full song details, see B1.1-B3.1 here)
01:18:54 Moondog – Witch Of Endor (from Moondog)
01:25:22 Vampillia & The Body – Cold Bark Bite (from xoroAHbin)
01:30:26 Talk break
01:36:47 Francis Kingsley & Emitais – Live In Peace (from Assalam Aleikoum Africa Volume 1 (Progressive And Popular Music Of West Africa))
01:48:25 Ryu Hankil, Hong Chulki, & Nick Hoffman – Side B (excerpt) (from Sonne)
01:49:05 No artist – Side B (excerpt) (from The Farm)
02:00:25 Talk break
02:02:23 Hexis – Exhausit (from Abalam)

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A Thick Mist (June 7, 2017)


 
Lots of long stuff this episode and a little more dark & heavy tunes than usual. I forgot how that Vangelis song starts out (which is like kinda funky super 70s soundtrack stuff) so it’s hilarious when Tolkien starts reading from The Hobbit, it sounds like a clown show until the music switches gears a few minutes in. Also, the artist and album names for the Orthodox chants may be completely off. I have no idea. If you know, please clue me in.
 

A Thick Mist 2017/06/07

Background music: Mark Fell & Gábor Lázár – Track 10 (from The Neurobiology Of Moral Decision Making)

00:00:00 Howlin’ Wolf – Evil (from Evil)
00:02:54 Talk break
00:06:08 Trepaneringsritualen – The Birth Of Babalon / Deathward, To The Womb / Osiris, Slain & Risen (from Deathward To The Womb)
00:19:15 Ravi Shankar & Alla Rakha – Dhun (from Rāgas & Tālas)
00:29:51 Talk break
00:34:26 Culver – How She Cut Her Veins (from Gateshead Graves)
00:35:23 The Orthodox Men’s Choir – Side A (excerpt) (from Orthodoxy Or Death)
00:50:24 SubRosa – Ghosts Of A Dead Empire (from More Constant Than The Gods)
01:01:26 Talk break
01:03:47 Vangelis Papathanassiou – Part I (from Can You Hear The Dogs Barking? Score)
01:04:33 J. R. R. Tolkien – The Hobbit, Chapter V, Riddles In The Dark (from J. R. R. Tolkien Reads And Sings His The Hobbit And The Fellowship Of The Ring)
01:22:29 Gravetemple – V / VI (from Ambient/Ruin)
01:34:27 Talk break
01:37:08 Henry Crow Dog – Hanblechia Song To The Universe (from Crow Dog’s Paradise – Songs Of The Sioux)
01:41:38 Oldest – The Power To Ignore (from Oldest)
01:46:48 A. L. Lloyd – The Cruel Ship’s Captain (from Thar She Blows! Whaling Songs And Ballads)
01:49:04 Die Wandervögel Mit Chor & Orchester – Auf Der Heide Blühn Die Letzten Rosen (from Beliebte Lieder Zum Mitsingen)
01:52:00 Paul Clayton – Mary Hamilton (Child 173) (from Dulcimer Songs And Solos)
01:57:05 Aunt Molly Jackson – Hunger (from The Songs And Stories Of Aunt Molly Jackson)
01:57:48 Culver – An Oath (excerpt) (from Gateshead Graves)
02:05:54 Talk break

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A Thick Mist (May 31, 2017)


 
Not sure why the Morricone song I played at the start of the show didn’t get recorded (it was just silence in the audio file), so apologies for that. Very excited about the Dracula reading alongside Deathstench & Phurpa and Aaron Dilloway. Also, why isn’t Clarence Ashley more famous?
 

A Thick Mist 2017/05/31

Background music: Prurient – There Are Still Secrets / Sugar Cane Chapel (from Bermuda Drain)

00:00:00 Talk break
00:04:13 Wormwood – I’d Rather Die (from Wormwood)
00:09:44 Clarence Ashley – Dark Holler Blues (from A Short Life Of Trouble)
00:12:42 Various – Music Of Downtown (The Ginza) (from Music From The Kabuki)
00:20:28 Richard Osborn – The Open Road (from Endless)
00:28:30 Talk break
00:31:32 Deathstench & Phurpa – Side B (from Evoking Shadows Of Death)
00:33:37 David Callum reading Bram Stoker – Jonathan Harker’s Journal (from Dracula)
00:45:42 Aaron Dilloway – Beggar Master (from Beggar Master)
01:03:23 Talk break
01:05:20 Subbulakshmi – Soga Suga (from The Sounds Of Subbulakshmi)
01:07:02 Concern – God, Weak And Quiet (from Misfortune)
01:13:43 Western Wind Vocal Ensemble – Pilgrim’s Farewell (from Early American Vocal Music: New England Anthems & Southern Folk Hymns)
01:16:47 Jean Eichelberger Ivey – Terminus (from Music By Jean Eichelberger Ivey For Voices, Instruments And Tape)
01:26:31 Talk break
01:29:51 Jacques Lasry – Chronophagie 1 (from Chronophagie: “The Time Eaters”)
01:31:17 Bell Telephone Laboratories – Side C (from The Science of Sound)
01:51:30 Xasthur – The Only Blood That Pours Is Yours (from Defective Epitaph)
01:59:24 Talk break
02:01:16 Brownie McGhee & Sonny Terry – Life Is A Gamble (from A Long Way From Home)