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A.M.O.P. PRESENTS: STILTS

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Hello All! Hello World!

Hey Hey Hey it’s February, and it’s time for  _Stilts _ the latest A.M.O.P. Mixtape!

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A.M.O.P. Presents: _Stilts
  • Clair de Lune – by Claude Debussy; performed by Kamasi Washington
  • Simple Twist Of Fate – Brian Mitchell (Bob Dylan cover)
  • Angel Eyes – Frank Sinatra (arranged by Nelson Riddle)
  • Il Grande Silenzio (Restless) – Ennio Morricone
  • Stagolee – Beck (cover of Mississippi John Hurt’s version) (March 1994, Sun Studio session)
  • Hell – Blind Melon
  • Love Is Coming Back – Genevieve Waite & John Phillips
  • Visions Of Your Reality – Ultimate Spinach
  • The Jabberwocky – written by Lewis Carroll; read by Clive Owen
  • The Engulfed Cathedral (La Cathédrale engloutie) – by Claude Debussy; performed by Isao Tomita
  • No Expectations – Odetta (the Rolling Stones cover)
  • Torn And Frayed – the Rolling Stones; ft. Al Perkins on pedal steel guitar
  • Witch Hunt – Frog (John Cameron, composer; Harold McNair, flute; Bill Le Sage, vibes & percussionist; Tony Carr, drums; Spike Heatley, bass; Herbie Flowers, bass guitar; Alan Parker and Colin Green, guitars; Norma Winstone, vocals)
  • Skin To Skin – Nico Fidenco
  • Atlanta – Stone Temple Pilots
  • Shaman’s Blues – The Doors
  • Poor Boy (alternate version; 1970 London Sessions) – Howlin’ Wolf (w/ Jeffrey Carp – harmonica; Hubert Sumlin– rhythm guitar; Eric Clapton – lead guitar; Steve Winwood – piano; Bill Wyman – bass; Charlie Watts – drums).
  • Po’ Boy – Bob Dylan
  • You Can’t Beat Two People In Love – James Brown & Lyn Collins
  • Il Vichingo Venuto Dal Sud (Incontro Informale) – Armando Trovaioli with Edda Dell ‘Orso

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HOPEFUL IN SPITE OF LEGION
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Clair de Lune – by Claude Debussy; performed by Kamasi Washington

Simple Twist Of Fate – Brian Mitchell (Bob Dylan cover)

Angel Eyes – Frank Sinatra (arranged by Nelson Riddle)

Il Grande Silenzio (Restless) – Ennio Morricone

Stagolee – Beck (Mississippi John Hurt cover) (March 1994, Sun Studio session) [photo by Frank W. Ockenfels III, 1994]

Hell – Blind Melon [photo, Shannon Hoon – New Orleans, Louisiana 1995 by Danny Clinch]

Love Is Coming Back – Genevieve Waite & John Phillips

Visions Of Your Reality – Ultimate Spinach

The Jabberwocky – written by Lewis Carroll; read by Clive Owen [illustration by Stéphane Jorisch]

The Engulfed Cathedral (La Cathédrale engloutie) – by Claude Debussy; performed by Isao Tomita

No Expectations – Odetta (the Rolling Stones cover)

Torn And Frayed – the Rolling Stones; ft. Al Perkins on pedal steel guitar [photo by Dominique Tarle, 1971]

Witch Hunt – Frog (John Cameron, composer; Harold McNair, flute; Bill Le Sage, vibes & percussionist; Tony Carr, drums; Spike Heatley bass; Herbie Flowers bass guitar; Alan Parker and Colin Green, guitars; Norma Winstone, vocals)

Skin To Skin – Nico Fidenco

Atlanta – Stone Temple Pilots [photo by Сhapman Baehler, 1999]

Shaman’s Blues – The Doors [photo by Art Kane, 1968]

Poor Boy (alternate version; 1970 London Sessions) – Howlin’ Wolf (w/ Jeffrey Carp – harmonica; Hubert Sumlin– rhythm guitar; Eric Clapton – lead guitar; Steve Winwood – piano; Bill Wyman – bass; Charlie Watts – drums).

Po’ Boy – Bob Dylan [photo by Ken Regan, in August 2001 in Telluride, Colorado]

You Can’t Beat Two People In Love – James Brown & Lyn Collins

Il Vichingo Venuto Dal Sud (Incontro Informale) / The Viking Who Came From The South (Informal Meeting) – Armando Trovaioli with Edda Dell ‘Orso

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A.M.O.P. PRESENTS: TROUBLE IN YELLOW

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Hello All! Hello World!

Come on and close out the week and the month of January with _Trouble in Yellow _the latest A.M.O.P. Mixtape!

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A.M.O.P. Presents: _Trouble in Yellow
  • In The Light – Led Zeppelin
  • Vedo Nudo “I See Naked” (Let’s Find Out / Ornella) – Armando Trovaioli with Edda Dell ‘Orso
  • Spoonful (’60 version) – Howlin’ Wolf (w/ Otis Spann, piano; Freddy Robinson, Hubert Sumlin, guitars; Willie Dixon, bass; Fred Below, drums)
  • I Got You – Stone Temple Pilots
  • A Spoonful Weighs a Ton – Steven Boone (Rockabye Baby!) (The Flaming Lips cover)
  • A Spoonful Weighs a Ton – The Flaming Lips
  • Reaction – Sandro Brugnolini
  • Staggolee – Pacific Gas & Electric
  • Wonder Blind – Karen Elson (produced by Jonathan Wilson)
  • Fixing A Hole – The Beatles
  • Diabel – Andrzej Korzyński
  • Give Me All Your Loving – Sunforest
  • Stamping Ground – Moondog
  • Left Alone – Fiona Apple
  • (Ballad Of The) Hip Death Goddess – Ultimate Spinach
  • Mr. Blue – Genevieve Waite & John Phillips
  • Chinatown – John Phillips
  • Same Old Stagolee – Justin Townes Earle
  • Lovers – Piero Piccioni
  • I Cover The Waterfront – Frank Sinatra (arranged by Gordon Jenkins)
  • Simple Twist Of Fate – Bob Dylan
  • Clair De Lune (third movement of Suite bergamasque) – by Claude Debussy; performed by John Williams conducting the Boston Pops Orchestra

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In The Light – Led Zeppelin [cover designed by Peter Corriston & Mike Doud]

Vedo Nudo “I See Naked” (Let’s Find Out / Ornella) – Armando Trovaioli with Edda Dell ‘Orso

Spoonful (’60 version) – Howlin’ Wolf (w/ Otis Spann, piano; Freddy Robinson, Hubert Sumlin, guitars; Willie Dixon, bass; Fred Below, drums)

I Got You – Stone Temple Pilots (photo by Bil Zelman, 2000)

A Spoonful Weighs a Ton – Steven Boone (Rockabye Baby!) (The Flaming Lips cover)

A Spoonful Weighs a Ton – The Flaming Lips

Reaction – Sandro Brugnolini

Staggolee – Pacific Gas & Electric

Wonder Blind – Karen Elson [photo by by Richard Phibbs, 2017]

Fixing A Hole – The Beatles

Diabel (Devil) Andrzej Korzyński (poster by Tony Stella for Diabeł, 1972 film written and directed by Andrzej Żuławski)

Give Me All Your Loving – Sunforest

Stamping Ground – Moondog

Left Alone – Fiona Apple

(Ballad Of The) Hip Death Goddess – Ultimate Spinach

Mr. Blue – Genevieve Waite & John Phillips

Chinatown – John Phillips

Same Old Stagolee – Justin Townes Earle

Lovers – Piero Piccioni [from Radley Metzger’s 1969 film Camille 2000, art directed by Enrico Sabbatini)

I Cover The Waterfront – Frank Sinatra (arranged by Gordon Jenkins)

Simple Twist Of Fate – Bob Dylan

Clair De Lune – by Claude Debussy; performed by John Williams conducting the Boston Pops Orchestra [illustration by H. A. Rey (1941)]

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Au Clair de la Lune (French Nursery Song)

In the light of the moon, Pierrot, my friend
Loan me your pen to write something down
My candle’s dead, I’ve got no flame to light it
Open your door, for the love of God!

In the light of the moon, Pierrot replied
I don’t have a pen, I’m in bed
Go to the neighbor’s, I think she’s there
Because someone just lit a match in the kitchen

In the light of the moon, likable Harlequin
Knocked on the brunette’s door, and she responded immediately
Who’s knocking like that? And he replied
Open your door, for the God of Love!

In the light of the moon, you can barely see anything
Someone looked for a pen, someone looked for a flame
In all of that looking, I don’t know what was found
But I do know that those two shut the door behind them.

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All the best to you and yours!—  –   ————-______-________ ->BOBBY CALERO[—+=-_________________If you dig the mix then please feel free to pass & post it along; if you dig an artist then please support them and go out and pick up some of their stuff. Oh, If you dig the blog overall there’s always the “FOLLOW BLOG VIA EMAIL” button somewhere down at the bottom.

A MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES PRESENTS: DENDRITES (VOL. 2)

Mireille had grown weary of feeling that our experience of existence had unavoidably resulted in a tape delay.

“We are held hostage in someone else’s head…and in the end…and in our own. Regret will only get you ugly in the end.”

She considered the device currently slipped within a little zippered pocket inside her purse: plastic, glass, semiconductor chips of silicon, and rare earth minerals molded and arranged into a slim rectangle of circuit boards and a touchscreen with a friendly graphic user interface. Contemplating all it was capable of—all of its known, numerous applications, the ones she hasn’t figured out yet and the ones she didn’t care to—she asked herself:

“We’re already living in the future…aren’t we? …Or as far as this future is gonna go, really. From here-on-out and for awhile now it’s all just restatements of a theme, sure with a few innovative variations and tempo changes thrown in to keep us back-slap-smiling, ‘gee–whiz, how neat, this cutting-edge changes everything! Science will save us!’ But, shouldn’t we be somewhere else?

“Shouldn’t we be somewhere else and doing something other by now?”

A sudden nudge—Mireille felt a petite twitch of an impulse to check for updates and status changes. She rolled back the teeth of a zipper, then another, and pulled the phone from her bag. After a swipe, tap, tap, tap, tap of an index finger, another tap brought her to her home page. Lately, every time she logged in to her YouLoop account, over the remote din of row upon row of massive servers roaring away at some installation on a rural sprawl, an advert for an apparel company would pop-up with polished photos of professional mannequins—all so slender and young, all so pale-pink and fair-peach in skin tone, some sullen in denim, others with open mouths in graphic tees cavorting across the afternoon gloss of an open field—all asking in a bold white font atop a black background:

Who will be

“How the hell should I know?” Mireille said to herself. “How could anyone, when we don’t even know what these bundles of qualities we carry and call the self is right now at this moment?” After a distracted scroll down her digital profile’s wall, she logged off. Her phone was returned to its place.

Mireille had grown weary of feeling that our experience of existence had unavoidably resulted in a tape delay. Her suspicion was one of a procession of intervals. Each arriving on the heels of the other, there was enough space for our consciousness to spill a portion of its contents until they coil up to that moment’s capacity. Consciousness, that capo di tutti capi, with its arrogant tap to its bucket snout, yet so unaware of the sway on our days held by flora in the gut and all that other bacteria.

Once full we move on to the next container, but not before an often-inarticulate logging of our impressions on each repetitive step and making a remark or two about every noticeable variable. These recorded findings then color our notes on the subsequent one. Was that our allotted life, spinning on a color wheel? It is as if all our moments were truly only and always movements—some busy derivation from the game of hopscotch.

We scratch symmetry across the surface. We toss the little wet stone of our mind out into an interspersed series of linear and lateral blocks. We dance to retrieve it. We repeat the pattern.

However, here each lope and lollop to another square necessitates the player to perform a change of clothes to correspond with the color assigned to that box, while still taking into account the hue and tint from which they came. We amend our raiment—through Primary to Secondary to Tertiary—and every which way shade between. We slip on robust costumes and strut our feathers. Sometimes we are caught by the garish contrast of a complimentary pair and are required to dress in all white or all black. At other times our skitter through the squares causes us to consider too many pigments and we are left to squirm under attires like mud or wet cinder. But another hop could change all that: just a footstep away from that soot. One is almost certain that if they were to continue to play the game through they’d eventually land upon a true hue of you.

In our gambol across the grid we create relationships. We celebrate. We snicker. We share secrets.

In addition to this facet of the game, where catwalk runway and dressing room coalesce, we mustn’t forget the squares’ designated numbers and verse from their attendant Magpie Rhymes:

Zero for Earth;

One for sorrow,

Two for mirth;

Three for a wedding,

Four for birth;

Five for wealthy,

Six for poor;

Seven for some secret,

Forgotten Door;

Eight for a wish of Heaven,

Nine for a kiss of Hell;

And Ten a surprise for the Devils,

Who pray you get well!

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Intro – Martina Topley-Bird

Oh Yeah – Foxygen

Every Boy and Girl – Lee Moses

Needles & Pins [alt. take] – Ramones

Let It Kill You – Imani Coppola

Looks Good With Trouble – Solange

Time 2 – Pharoahe Monch

Battling the City – Lilacs & Champagne

Your Brain Is Made of Candy – Mourn

Water – Juan Wauters

Clean [snippet] – Taylor Swift

New Mutation Boogie – Invisible Familiars

Gamma Ray (acoustic version) – Beck

Someone Like You – David Vandervelde

Sadder Day – Stephanie McKay

Fade Away And Radiate – Blondie

Laughing With A Mouth Of Blood – St. Vincent

Trouble Blues – Sam Cooke

U Looz – PRhyme (Royce da 5’9″ and DJ Premier)

Gimme A Chance – Azealia Banks

I Retired – Hamilton Leithauser

Poison – Martina Topley-Bird

Call The Law – Outkast (ft. Janelle Monáe)

Corner Pocket – Count Basie & His Orchestra

Biting My Nails – Genevieve Waite

Parakeet – Damon Albarn

Naked We Come– (by Jim Morrison – read by Johnny Depp)

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A MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES PRESENTS: DENDRITES (Vol. 2)

  • Intro – Martina Topley-Bird
  • Oh Yeah – Foxygen
  • Every Boy and Girl – Lee Moses
  • Needles & Pins [alt. take] – Ramones
  • Let It Kill You – Imani Coppola
  • Looks Good With Trouble – Solange
  • Time 2 – Pharoahe Monch
  • Battling the City – Lilacs & Champagne
  • Your Brain Is Made of Candy – Mourn
  • Water – Juan Wauters
  • Clean [snippet] – Taylor Swift
  • New Mutation Boogie – Invisible Familiars
  • Gamma Ray (Acoustic) – Beck
  • Someone Like You – David Vandervelde
  • Sadder Day – Stephanie McKay
  • Fade Away And Radiate – Blondie
  • Laughing With A Mouth Of Blood – St. Vincent
  • Trouble Blues – Sam Cooke
  • U Looz – PRhyme (Royce da 5’9″ and DJ Premier)
  • Gimme A Chance – Azealia Banks
  • I Retired – Hamilton Leithauser
  • Poison – Martina Topley-Bird
  • Call The Law – Outkast (ft. Janelle Monáe)
  • Corner Pocket – Count Basie & His Orchestra
  • Biting My Nails – Genevieve Waite
  • Parakeet – Damon Albarn
  • Naked We Come – (by Jim Morrison – read by Johnny Depp)

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