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A.M.O.P. PRESENTS: Will The Windows Quit? (Vol. 1)

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Hello All! Hello World!

I guess it’s a bit of a soft psychedelic Saturday,

so please press play and…as always…

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  • Green And Gold – The Electric Flag [Lead Guitar – Mike Bloomfield; Bass – Harvey Brooks; Percussion – Buddy Miles; Trumpet – Mark Doubleday; Guitar and Vocals – Nick Gravenites; Organs – Barry Goldberg; Synthesizer [Moog] – Paul Beaver; Tenor Saxophone – Peter Strazza; Violin [Electric] – Bob Notkoff]
  • Beware Of Darkness – George Harrison (ft. Leon Russell;  live August 1st 1971)
  • It’s Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry – Bob Dylan (ft. George Harrison, Leon Russell; live August 1st 1971)
  • Synesthesia – The Electric Flag
  • Sorted For E’s & Wizz – Pulp
  • Love You – Syd Barrett
  • Down Home Lady – T. Rex (demo outtake circa 1973)
  • Rid Of Me – PJ Harvey
  • His ‘N’ Hers – Pulp
  • Cinco De Mayo – Jim Carroll
  • Cloudy Shoes – Damien Jurado (produced by Richard Swift)
  • Wined And Dined (Demo, recorded 5 June 1970, Produced by David Gilmour) – Syd Barrett
  • Auto Machine – T. Rex (home demo circa 1972)
  • Send His Love To Me – PJ Harvey
  • No Me Molestes – Totem [Ruben Rada (lead voice and percussion); Eduardo Useta (guitar); Enrique Rey (guitar); Mario “Chichito” Cabral (percussion); Daniel “Lobito” Lagarde (bass) Roberto Galletti (drums)]
  • M-23 – The Electric Flag
  • Natural Harmony / Draft Morning / Wasn’t Born To Follow / Get To You – The Byrds
  • Fine Jung Thing – The Electric Flag
  • Raining On The Moon – William Parker Quartet (ft. Leena Conquest)
  • Psyche Soap – The Electric Flag
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Green And Gold – The Electric Flag

Beware Of Darkness – George Harrison (ft. Leon Russell; live August 1st 1971)

It’s Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry – Bob Dylan (ft. George Harrison, Leon Russell; live August 1st 1971)

Synesthesia – The Electric Flag

Sorted For E’s & Wizz – Pulp

Love You – Syd Barrett [photo by Mick Rock, 1969]

Down Home Lady – T. Rex (demo outtake circa 1973)

Rid Of Me – PJ Harvey

His ‘N’ Hers – Pulp

Cinco De Mayo – Jim Carroll [Jim Carroll in 1997. Photograph by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders.]

Cloudy Shoes – Damien Jurado (produced by Richard Swift)
[photo of Jurado by Jonathan Canlas, 2010]

Wined And Dined (Demo, recorded 5 June 1970, Produced by David Gilmour) – Syd Barrett [Iggy the Eskimo and Syd Barrett, 1969, Photo by Mick Rock]

Auto Machine – T. Rex (home demo circa 1972)

Send His Love To Me – PJ Harvey [photo by Grzesiek Kszczotek, 1995]

No Me Molestes – Totem

M-23 – The Electric Flag

Natural Harmony / Draft Morning / Wasn’t Born To Follow / Get To You – The Byrds

Fine Jung Thing – The Electric Flag

Raining On The Moon – William Parker Quartet (ft. Leena Conquest)

Psyche Soap – The Electric Flag

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A.M.O.P. PRESENTS: Settle Down Amongst The Blossoms

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Hello All! Hello World!

Well hello there, who needs the Spoofity app when you’ve got another hour and 20 minutes of music from A Mouthful Of Pennies? So come   _Settle Down Amongst The Blossoms_ the latest A.M.O.P. Mixtape!

 

This one features two fantastic tunes by Dolly Parton (one covered by the incredible singer Bettye LaVette). I just read about Parton’s Imagination Library program, which has donated 100 million books to children over the last 23 years! So good on her! She sure is talented. You’ll also hear Erykah Badu, two from Karen Dalton’s 1971, Harvey Brooks produced LP In My Own Time, and one of my favorite Bono vocal performances from back in 1999-2000. Speaking of vocals there’s an amazing one by Tina Turner (alongside her then husband Ike) doing a rendition of the Beatles’ 1969 single, Get Back. On a personal side-note (and it’s my blog so the whole thing is sort of a personal side-note) Tina Turner is the first woman I can remember being really physically attracted to, when I saw her as The Acid Queen in Ken Russell’s 1975 film based upon The Who’s 1969 rock opera album Tommy.

I must have been about 8 years old. What that says about me and my arrow I just don’t know, but it might at least explain why Beyond Thunderdome has always been my favorite of the Mad Max films.

Oh and there’s what to me is a delightful work by the brilliant artist Dory Previn. Along the same lines of Carolyn Elliott praising Jesus Christ as a “queer witch,” which really sounds nice to me; Previn sings:

Jesus was a androgyne
Jesus was a he and she
Jesus was a freako baby
Just like you and me
Jesus was a pagan
Jesus was a priest
Jesus was a beauty
Jesus was a beast

 

Well, there’s all this and a whole lot more! So…

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  • Funny Face / Dancin’ Shoes – Bono & The MDH Band (Greg Cohen, bass;  Brian Blade, drums;  Bill Frisell &  Daniel Lanois, guitars;  Brad Mehldau, piano; Adam Dorn, synths; Jon Hassell, trumpet)
  • Katie Cruel – Karen Dalton (produced by Harvey Brooks)
  • Sittin’ On Top Of The World – Jack White (ft. Mike Compton, Mandolin; produced by T Bone Burnett)
  •  Reconsider baby – Elvis Presley (ft. Boots Randolph on saxophone)
  • Time Stopped (Instrumental) – Adrian Younge
  • I Just Want To Make Love To You – Etta James (w/ The Riley Hampton Orchestra; written by Willie Dixon)
  • Get Back – Ike & Tina Turner (The Beatles cover)
  • Arrow Through Me – Paul McCartney & Wings
  • Gone Baby, Don’t Be Long – Erykah Badu
  • Ophis Le Serpentaire – Vincent Geminiani
  • One Night of Love – Karen Dalton (produced by Harvey Brooks)
  • Morning Fog (Interlude) – Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi
  • Beyond The Horizon – Bob Dylan
  • New Speedway Boogie – Grateful Dead
  •  Sitting On Top Of The World (1970 London version) –  Howlin’ Wolf (ft. Jeffrey Carp – harmonica; Hubert Sumlin – rhythm guitar; Eric Clapton – lead guitar; Lafayette Leake – piano; Bill Wyman – bass; Charlie Watts – drums).
  • Jesus Is Sweet To Me – Sensational Skylights
  • Jesus Was An Androgyne / Anima/Animus – Dory Previn
  • Can’t Let Go – Lucinda Williams
  • How Many Times Have You Broken My Heart? – Norah Jones (written by Hank Williams &  Norah Jones)
  • Little Sparrow – Bettye LaVette (ft. Lisa Coleman on electric piano) (Dolly Parton cover) 
  • Down From Dover – Dolly Parton 
  • Speak Of The Devil – Chris Isaak
  • Closed to the Public – Carter Burwell
  • I Prefer Your Love – St. Vincent
  • Everyday – Fiona Apple & Jon Brion (Buddy Holly cover)

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Funny Face / Dancin’ Shoes – Bono & The MDH Band (Greg Cohen, bass; Brian Blade, drums; Bill Frisell & Daniel Lanois, guitars; Brad Mehldau, piano; Adam Dorn, synths; Jon Hassell, trumpet)

Katie Cruel – Karen Dalton (produced by Harvey Brooks)

Sittin’ On Top Of The World – Jack White (ft. Mike Compton, Mandolin; produced by T Bone Burnett)

 Reconsider baby – Elvis Presley (ft. Boots Randolph on saxophone)

Time Stopped (Instrumental) – Adrian Younge

I Just Want To Make Love To You – Etta James (w/ The Riley Hampton Orchestra; written by Willie Dixon)

Get Back – Ike & Tina Turner (The Beatles cover)

Arrow Through Me – Paul McCartney & Wings

Gone Baby, Don’t Be Long – Erykah Badu [photo by Theo Wenner, 2014]

Ophis Le Serpentaire – Vincent Geminiani

One Night of Love – Karen Dalton (produced by Harvey Brooks)

Morning Fog (Interlude) – Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi

Beyond The Horizon – Bob Dylan [photo by Matthew Rolston, 2006]

New Speedway Boogie – Grateful Dead

Sitting On Top Of The World (1970 London version) – Howlin’ Wolf (ft. Jeffrey Carp – harmonica; Hubert Sumlin – rhythm guitar; Eric Clapton – lead guitar; Lafayette Leake – piano; Bill Wyman – bass; Charlie Watts – drums).

Jesus Is Sweet To Me – Sensational Skylights

Jesus Was An Androgyne / Anima/Animus – Dory Previn

Can’t Let Go – Lucinda Williams

How Many Times Have You Broken My Heart? – Norah Jones (written by Hank Williams & Norah Jones)

Little Sparrow – Bettye LaVette (ft. Lisa Coleman on electric piano) (Dolly Parton cover)

Down From Dover – Dolly Parton

Speak Of The Devil – Chris Isaak

Closed to the Public – Carter Burwell

I Prefer Your Love – St. Vincent

Everyday – Fiona Apple & Jon Brion (Buddy Holly cover)
[photo by Autumn de Wilde, 2008]

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A MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES PRESENTS: DENDRITES (VOL. 15)

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Each snug within the confines of their own category—altogether most pop music seems to intimate an insular fear of an anonymous other. What is it but another manifestation of man’s ludicrous grasp for total control? Yes, as a teenager—and in all the turmoil that that entails—it was Locust Mirror’s seeming open seriousness that initially allured Mireille’s taste towards that band’s music. She was sure they mattered and cared.

About what?

She was never sure enough to put into words. Their music felt mysterious and smart, dangerous and true, romantic and sexy…creative. Weird—It hinted at opportunities.

But at seventeen and seated in a public library—Mireille felt bored.

She shoveled the books aside with a swipe of her forearm. With its dust jacket wrapped and protected by a clear film of Polyethylene Terephthalate, she slid the hardbound copy of Peter Bennet’s Last Against The Wall (Berlin 1961-1989) towards her. From between its pages she pulled out the latest issue of Turn-Turn Magazine, which she had taken from a crowded rack as she entered the library and had been using as an oversized bookmark. There on the cover was Locust Mirror lead singer, Christian Heath.

Perhaps categorized as a “black & white” photograph, the image captured by Dutch photographer Anton Corbijn and partly produced through a thin coat of emulsion and a high contrast truly resides somewhere between mercury and the brown of mineral rich dirt. The picture had been additionally lightly hand-painted in places to mimic the Technicolor palate of old Hollywood. Such was the case with the scarlet backdrop pocked with pinpricks of blue starlight. His tousled blonde hair spilled from a battered fedora as strips of bleach and greased shadows. The one eye not obscured by that mess was a hazel glint—a warm gloss of amber resin on a fractured green stone with a dark core. Through the black metallic smudge of mascara—that eye was aimed directly at Mireille.

Heath had been seized in an obvious, somewhat sorority cover-girl affected pose made all the more effeminate as he had one hand positioned upon his own popped hip. White with a stitched print of little blue flowers along its lengths, he wore his shirt unbuttoned and loose about his waist. This epicene stance was accentuated by Heath’s slight frame, boyish facial features, and the chipped lacquer along the nails of his right hand, which clutched the smoldering stub of a cigarette. Despite these evidently queer feminine put-ons, the image truthfully conveyed that old rock & roll communiqué of “Oh me, I don’t give a fuck.” Pitch-colored stubble on his chin and upper lip, his teeth white with a slight crook—his mouth was presented in an open smile as if he had been caught mid-sentence.

Probing this photo with her blue eyes wide, Mireille felt the press of a little heat. No, not quite a burn that fans the knees open; but, yes, a press of a little heat. There was a small swell to all of her systems. The snapshot revealed the slim muscles of Heath’s abdomen right up to his small pectorals. She had a private impulse to lick the cover there.

She of course would not do this. Instead—thoughtlessly—her tongue curled, pressed between a little nibble of her teeth and planted itself into the corner of her open mouth. There from that perch it would loll along to wet her lips. She found him so handsome and odd.

Abruptly aware of her fat tongue; her mouth agape; her eyes agog; and all the grotesque rest—Mireille felt herself shrink as she chewed at her lower lip. Feeling fully like some pudgy blot of inane skin lumped around wilted guts, with a toad in mud for a hypothalamus, Mireille let a pinched groan loose from her throat. She then sent up a silent appreciation that there were no mirrors or other reflective surfaces about for her to witness the origin point for what must have been such a gross countenance: her face.

Mireille wrestled a smile from the grip of anxiety and brought it to her lips.

“God, I’m such a goon.”

Mireille steepled her fingers before her mouth at the thought: God, I’m such a goon. Opening the magazine she flipped past articles concerning what innovative gadgets would soon change our day-to-day; what bands were going back out on tour; what senior rocker was soon releasing a country-tinged comeback record; what winter-fashion inspirations could be taken from famous peoples’ red-carpet ensembles; and a feature titled, Real Jeanius! 30 Denim Lifestyles for #Authentic Men & Women. Arriving at page 74 she found another full page photo of Heath. This one had been composed with a much more conservative sense, as the subject here captured in full color was seated cross-legged on a wooden folding chair in a near-empty room, dressed in a grey suit with a blue shirt buttoned under a black tie. Atop the wooden barstool before him was the teal-painted, cold-rolled steel colossus of an antique typewriter. From this distance its white keys of molded plastic resembled orderly rows of button mushrooms. Tethered to the silver fin of the typewriter’s carriage release lever was a lavender string of curling ribbon, which ran crimped, up, to hold in place overhead a solitary purple balloon. Hair combed, Heath’s face here was plain, clean, and straight ahead like a passport photo. The slivers and shards of green, amber, golden brown, and blue hues that comprised his eyes seemed to whisper out to her: save me.

Cute, she thought, little, something to keep and carry in your pocket, only to be taken out when wanting a cuddle or something to alter the mood of your blue stupor.

The interview with Heath began on the opposite page. However, Mireille could not get herself to concentrate. She could only skim and skip across the paragraphs; if momentarily of a similar mental bent, you should of course feel free to do the same:

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Hello Goodbye – Soulful Strings

Anything We Want – Fiona Apple

Soundview – Shabazz Palaces

In My Tree – Pearl Jam

So Soon – Staple Singers

So Soon – Little Axe & The Golden Echoes

You Can’t Run Away From Your Heart – Judy Clay

I Got the Blues – The Rolling Stones

Pensacola – Deerhunter [photo by Robert Semmer]

Autoluminescent – Rowland S. Howard

Rococo – Arcade Fire [art by Burlesque Design]

Tip The Scale – The Roots (ft. Dice Raw)

Lilacs – Lilacs & Champagne

Life’s A Gas – T.Rex

Easy Ride – The Doors

Beautiful Day (Learning To Drive) – Scott Weiland [photo by Trevor Ray Hart]

Fine And Mellow – Billie Holiday [live rehearsal 1957, The Sound of Jazz]

Avalon – The Bryan Ferry Orchestra

The Way We Fall – Alela Diane [photo by Guy Stephens]

Something On Your Mind – Karen Dalton

Anyhow – Leonard Cohen

Delia – Bob Dylan [photo by Ana María Vélez Wood]

Glad To Be Unhappy – Frank Sinatra

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  • Hello Goodbye – Soulful Strings
  • Anything We Want – Fiona Apple
  • Soundview – Shabazz Palaces  
  • In My Tree – Pearl Jam
  • So Soon – Staple Singers
  • So Soon – Little Axe & The Golden Echoes
  • You Can’t Run Away From Your Heart – Judy Clay
  • I Got the Blues – The Rolling Stones
  • Pensacola – Deerhunter 
  • Autoluminescent – Rowland S. Howard
  • Rococo – Arcade Fire
  • Tip The Scale – The Roots (ft. Dice Raw)
  • Lilacs  – Lilacs & Champagne
  • Life’s A Gas – T.Rex
  • Easy Ride  – The Doors
  • Beautiful Day – Scott Weiland 
  • Fine And Mellow – Billie Holiday [1957 The Sound of Jazz rehearsal ft.  
    • Ben Webster – tenor saxophone
      Lester Young – tenor saxophone
      Vic Dickenson – trombone
      Gerry Mulligan – baritone saxophone
      Coleman Hawkins – tenor saxophone
      Roy Eldridge – trumpet
      Doc Cheatham – trumpet
      Danny Barker – guitar
      Milt Hinton – double bass
      Mal Waldron – piano
      Osie Johnson – drums]
  • Avalon – The Bryan Ferry Orchestra
  • The Way We Fall – Alela Diane 
  • Something On Your Mind – Karen Dalton
  • Anyhow – Leonard Cohen
  • Delia – Bob Dylan 
  • Glad To Be Unhappy – Frank Sinatra

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A MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES PRESENTS: TULPA HONEY (VOL. 1-3)

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thought-form of the Music of Gounod, according to Annie Besant and C.W. Leadbeater in Thought Forms (1901).

Music can take a man along the Path. Music is the image and the foreshadowing of the harmony that pervades the world and organizes its secret hierarchies. The motions of the spheres in the heavens are in conformity to harmony and proportion, so that, though their passage is made in perfect silence, that passage is musical. The Adept who seeks to make his life a work of art will comport himself in conformity with the harmony that is in all things. Even today’s debased popular ditties, redolent as they are of vaudeville shows and dance halls, speak of higher truths. As Sir Thomas Browne put it, music “is a Hieroglyphical and shadowed lesson of the whole World.”

—Dr. Felton in Satan Wants Me by ROBERT IRWIN (1999)

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HELLO ALL,

I’ve got quite a treat for you today! Emanating from and expanding upon the last mix—A Prayer For The New Year of The Tender HorseI present the triptych: Tulpa Honey. Bouncing upon that liminal spot where what-could-be and what-should-be converge with what-is, these three mixtapes also address a whole lot of what I’ve had rolling around in my head lately.

Be sure to snatch up all three for the full thought-form experience!

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[Cover Art: The Music of Gounod – a Thought Form from Thought-Forms, by Annie Besant & C.W. Leadbeater (1901).]

A MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES PRESENTS:

TULPA HONEY (VOL. 1)

  • Nightmare—Dispute & violence – Ravi Shankar & George Harrison
  • Volunteered Slavery/Bern’s Blues – Bernie Worrell
  • Drinkin’ Again [Interlude]/? – Outkast
  • I Don’t Wanna Be Called Yo Niga [edit] – Public Enemy
  • Don’t Call Me Nigger, Whitey – Sly & The Family Stone
  • If You Don’t Like The Effects, Don’t Produce The Cause – Funkadelic
  • “I’m Not Happy Here” – Alicia Keys (2Pac/DJ Vlad)
  • Down And Out In New York City – James Brown
  • The Pledge Of Resistance/Break Dance—Electric Boogie [A.M.O.P. remix] – Saul Williams/West Street Mob (A.M.O.P. remix)
  • Liberation – Outkast feat. Big Rube, Cee-Lo, and Erykah Badu
  • Bliss: The Eternal Now/Meditation [edit] – Carlos Santana & Bill Laswell
  • So Soon/For What It’s Worth – Staple Singers
  • All You Fascists Bound To Lose – Woody Guthrie
  • The War In Vietnam – The Five Blind Boys Of Alabama
  • “The News” – Bill Hicks
  • Vietnow – Rage Against The Machine
  • What’s The Ugliest Part Of Your Body? (A.M.O.P. reprise) – Frank Zappa
  • FCK THE BELIEFS – Saul Williams
  • Right On/ Wholy Holy [edit] – Marvin Gaye
  • Rock Star/Malcolm X/Roots Of A Tree/Come Together (feat. Zion I) – The Roots & J. Period
  • Come Together [edit] – Count Basie Orchestra
  • Every Grain Of Sand (demo) – Bob Dylan
  • Dawn—Peace & hope [edit] – Ravi Shankar & George Harrison

TULPA HONEY (VOL. 2)

  • “Do Not Be Stuck In Your Ignorance”/Greasy Legs – Charles Manson/George Harrison
  • Tomorrow Never Knows – Junior Parker
  • Maggot Brain – Funkadelic
  • What’s The Ugliest Part Of Your Body? – Frank Zappa
  • Let Your Lovelight Shine – Buddy Miles Express
  • Get Up, Get Into It, Get Involved – James Brown
  • “Dance With The Devil?” – The Joker (Jack Nicholson)
  • Infernal Dance of King Kastchei – Igor Stravinsky
  • “No Slack At All” – Charles Manson
  • Yaphet [edit] – Miles Davis
  • Revolution – Tupac ft. Busta Rhymes (DJ Green Lantern)
  • The Revolution (Brother–Gil) – Cinematic Orchestra ft. Gil Scott-Heron
  • “Same Old Monkey” – Charles Manson
  • Yaphet [edit] – Miles Davis
  • Have You Ever Seen The Blues – Yaphet Kotto
  • “Fighting For Peace” – Charles Manson
  • WTF! – Saul Williams
  • Illumination – Jonathan Wilson
  • Mala/Won’t You Come Home/Taurobolium – Devendra Banhart
  • In His Cell – Philip Glass & Kronos Quartet
  • His Holy Modal Majesty – Super Session (Al Kooper, Mike Bloomfield, Harvey Brooks, Eddie Hoh)
  • “A Reflection Of Somebody Else’s Mind” – Charles Manson
  • Shambala – Beastie Boys
  • Amazing Grace – Elvis Presley  

TULPA HONEY (VOL. 3)

  • Coniferae/Sonday/Point-Event – Mike Patton/Robert Calero
  • On The Bed – George Harrison
  • Amazing Grace Fragment – Bob Dylan
  • Amazing Grace – The Five Blind Boys Of Alabama
  • Mind Games (Demo) – John Lennon
  • Better Git It In Your Soul – Charles Mingus
  • Summer Trip – Bill Hicks
  • Something’s Got To Give – Beastie Boys
  • Hector – The Village Callers
  • Gimme (A.M.O.P. Extended Mix) – Beck
  • “Only Just Begun” – Bill Hicks
  • Season Of The Witch – Super Session (Al Kooper, Stephen Stills, Harvey Brooks, Eddie Hoh)
  • A Change Is Going To Come – Baby Huey and the Babysitters
  • Pedagogue Of Young Gods/No One Ever Does – Saul Williams
  • “Unhappy Stranger – Matt Dillon (Kerouac)
  • If There’s Hell Below (Don’t Worry) – Curtis Mayfield
  • “Who Will Survive In America – Gil Scott-Heron
  • “Final-Point” – Bill Hicks
  • Lighten Up – Beastie Boys

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