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A.M.O.P. PRESENTS: Searching For A Sinecure

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Hello All! Hello World!

..deeper than radio; better algorhythm than the spoofity app…
Can you imagine what it must’ve felt like to be Jimi Hendrix and know you are producing that sound from your fingertips? It must’ve felt like being a goddamn wizard or something!
…Well please press play and…as always…

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[illustration by Jerzy Zbijewski, for “The Life of Ants”, 1958]

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__  _A.M.O.P. Presents: __Searching For A Sinecure

  • The Best Of Jill Hives – Guided By Voices
  • Introitus – DOM
  • What Child Is This? – Scott Weiland (written by William Chatterton Dix, in 1865)
  • Cold Sore Superstars – Desert Sessions (ft. Nick Eldorado – vocals; Alain Johannes – saxophone; Samantha Maloney – drums & piano; Josh Homme – piano & bass; Brendon McNichol – guitar; Fred Drake – dums)
  • Machine Gun [Live at the Fillmore East, second show January 1, 1970] – Jimi Hendrix with the Band of Gypsys
  • Phoenix – Deuter
  • Audubon – Kemp & Eden (produced and featuring Sean Lennon)
  • Hell-On – Neko Case
  • Gumboots – Paul Simon
  • Will You Touch Me (1974 “A Story” version) – Yoko Ono
  • Powdered Wig Machine – Desert Sessions (ft. PJ Harvey – vocals; Josh Homme – vocals & guitar; David Catching – synthesizer; Troy Van Leeuwen – programming [Fun Machine]; Alain Johannes – programming [Fun Machine];  Dean Ween – guitar; Josh Freese – drums; Brian O’Connor – bass)
  • L’Ennui – The Brian Jonestown Massacre
  • Pain In My Heart – The Rolling Stones (Allen Toussaint cover)
  • Baby Don’t You Love Me No More – Lead Belly
  • L.A Blue – Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood
  • I Always Get Lucky With You – Merle Haggard
  • It’s Gonna Be (Alright) – Ween
  • Absolutely Cuckoo – The Magnetic Fields
  • Coo Coo (live 1991?) – Townes Van Zandt (T. C. Ashley cover) 
  • Nothing I Can Do About It Now – Willie Nelson (written by Beth Nielsen Chapman)
  • A Perfect Miracle – Spiritualized
  • Have You Seen A Horizon Lately – Yoko Ono
 

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The Best Of Jill Hives – Guided By Voices (collage by Robert Pollard)

Introitus – DOM

What Child Is This? – Scott Weiland [photo by Jen Pottheiser, 2011]

Cold Sore Superstars – Desert Sessions (ft. Nick Eldorado – vocals; Alain Johannes – saxophone; Samantha Maloney – drums & piano; Josh Homme – piano & bass; Brendon McNichol – guitar; Fred Drake – dums)

Machine Gun [Live at the Fillmore East, second show January 1, 1970] – Jimi Hendrix with the Band of Gypsys [photo by Amalie R Rothschild]

Phoenix – Deuter

Audubon – Kemp & Eden (produced and featuring Sean Lennon)

Hell-On – Neko Case

Gumboots – Paul Simon

Will You Touch Me (1974 “A Story” version) – Yoko Ono

Powdered Wig Machine – Desert Sessions (ft. PJ Harvey – vocals; Josh Homme – vocals & guitar; David Catching – synthesizer; Troy Van Leeuwen – programming [Fun Machine]; Alain Johannes – programming [Fun Machine]; Dean Ween – guitar; Josh Freese – drums; Brian O’Connor – bass)

L’Ennui – The Brian Jonestown Massacre

Pain In My Heart – The Rolling Stones (Allen Toussaint cover)

Baby Don’t You Love Me No More – Lead Belly [Huddie Ledbetter (Leadbelly) and Martha Promise Ledbetter, Wilton, Conn., Feb. 1935.]

L.A Blue – Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood

I Always Get Lucky With You – Merle Haggard [photo: Nashville, TN, 1981 by Norman Seeff]

It’s Gonna Be (Alright) – Ween

Absolutely Cuckoo – The Magnetic Fields

Coo Coo (live 1991) – Townes Van Zandt (T. C. Ashley cover) [photo by Jim Herrington]

Nothing I Can Do About It Now – Willie Nelson (written by Beth Nielsen Chapman)

A Perfect Miracle – Spiritualized

Have You Seen A Horizon Lately – Yoko Ono

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A.M.O.P. PRESENTS: Will The Windows Quit? (Vol. 4)

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Hello All! Hello World!

More? Sure! Here’s Will The Windows Quit? Volume Four!

so please press play and…as always…

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[Clip #02424: “The Clown and His Donkey” (Charles Urban, 1910): tinted (Nitrate film frame clippings from the Turconi Collection)]

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  • Shawm Overture – Noah Georgeson
  • Dreamer – Dennis Wilson
  • Beautiful Object – Glass Candy
  • Let Me Stand Next To Your Flower – The Brian Jonestown Massacre
  • Punk Rock You’re My Big Crybaby – Allen Ginsberg 
  • I’m Dead – Desert Sessions (ft. Josh Homme – bass / Dave Catching – guitars / Gene Trautmann – drums / Nick Oliveri – vocals)
  • No Other – Gene Clark
  • Angel – PJ Harvey (four-track home studio recorded 2004 B-Side)
  • All In The Suit That You Wear – Stone Temple Pilots
  • Carnival – Mark Lanegan
  • Love Surround Me – Dennis Wilson
  • Walking On Someone Else’s Name – Noah Georgeson
  • Mexicana – Troll
  • A Estos Hombres Tristes – Almendra
  • She’s Just 14 – John Phillips (ft. Keith Richards and Mick Jagger)
  • You Must Turn – Entrance
  • Goodbye Mr. Ed (live, 17 February 1992 in Tokyo) – Tin Machine (David Bowie, Reeves Gabrels, Hunt Sales, Tony Sales, Eric Schermerhorn)
  • How Long Has This Been Going On / Over The Rainbow / Stormy Weather – Rufus Wainwright (ft.  Kate McGarrigle on piano, Martha Wainwright on vocals, 36-piece orchestra conducted by Stephen Oremus, recorded live June 14–15, 2006 at Carnegie Hall, New York City) (Judy Garland covers; written by G. Gershwin, I. Gershwin / Arlen, Harburg / Arlen, Ted Koehler)
  • Back To Black – Amy Winehouse (produced by Mark Ronson)

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Shawm Overture – Noah Georgeson

Dreamer – Dennis Wilson

Beautiful Object – Glass Candy

Let Me Stand Next To Your Flower – The Brian Jonestown Massacre

Punk Rock You’re My Big Crybaby – Allen Ginsberg

I’m Dead – Desert Sessions (ft. Josh Homme – bass / Dave Catching – guitars / Gene Trautmann – drums / Nick Oliveri – vocals)

No Other – Gene Clark

Angel – PJ Harvey (four-track home studio recorded 2004 B-Side) Los Angeles, 2004 Photograph: © Valerie Phillips]

All In The Suit That You Wear – Stone Temple Pilots [Scott Weiland Arraigned on Drug Charges at Burbank Superior Court in Burbank, California, June 02, 2003, Photo by Steve Grayson]

Carnival – Mark Lanegan
[photo by Charles Peterson, Dec 1993]

Love Surround Me – Dennis Wilson

Walking On Someone Else’s Name – Noah Georgeson [photo by Simon Weller, Nevada City, California, 2003]

Mexicana – Troll

A Estos Hombres Tristes – Almendra 

She’s Just 14 – John Phillips (ft. Keith Richards and Mick Jagger) [Mackenzie Phillips at home 1977 by Ulvis Alberts]

You Must Turn – Entrance [illustration design by Alia Penner]

Goodbye Mr. Ed (live, 17 February 1992 in Tokyo) – Tin Machine (David Bowie, Reeves Gabrels, Hunt Sales, Tony Sales, Eric Schermerhorn)

How Long Has This Been Going On / Over The Rainbow / Stormy Weather – Rufus Wainwright (ft. Kate McGarrigle on piano, Martha Wainwright on vocals, 36-piece orchestra conducted by Stephen Oremus, recorded live June 14–15, 2006 at Carnegie Hall, New York City) (Judy Garland covers; written by G. Gershwin, I. Gershwin / Arlen, Harburg / Arlen, Ted Koehler)

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Back To Black – Amy Winehouse (produced by Mark Ronson)

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Hello All! Hello World!

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A.M.O.P. Presents: __Dangle
  • Insidia – Bruno Nicolai
  • Breath Of A Salesman – The Claypool Lennon Delirium
  • The Coca Cola Sign Blinds My Eyes – Mordicai Jones (Link Wray & Bobby Howard)
  • Sudden Ride – Nico Fidenco
  • Why Don’t We Do It In The Road? / Yer Blues – The Beatles
  • Ballad Of A Thin Man – Bob Dylan & The Band (live 02/14/74 at the Los Angeles Forum in Inglewood, California)
  • Insidia #2 – Bruno Nicolai
  • What Goes Around Comes Around – Lenny Kravitz
  • Sacrifice Of The Moon (Part 1) – Ultimate Spinach
  • Hangout At The Gallows – Father John Misty
  • Aisumasen (I’m Sorry) – John Lennon
  • Sacrifice Of The Moon (Part 2) – Ultimate Spinach
  • Love In Vain – The Rolling Stones ( Robert Johnson cover)
  • This Old House – Loretta Lynn (ft. and produced by Jack White)
  • Insidia #3 – Bruno Nicolai
  • Somebody Somewhere (Don’t Know What He’s Missin’ Tonight) – Lucinda Williams (Loretta Lynn cover)
  • Sacrifice Of The Moon (Part 3) – Ultimate Spinach
  • Loretta’s Tale – Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel
  • Insidia #4 – Bruno Nicolai
  • Wild Honey Pie – The Beatles
  • Sorrow Tears + Blood – Kronos Quartet, Kyp Malone, Tunde Adebimpe, Stuart Bogie (Fela Kuti cover)
  • Sacrifice Of The Moon (Part 4) – Ultimate Spinach
  • I Must Be In A Good Place Now – Bobby Charles (ft. Mac “Dr. John” Rebbenack, John Simon, & Geoff Muldaur)
  • Violently – Natalie Prass (produced by Matthew E. White)
  • Any Little Way – The Explorers Club

 

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Insidia – Bruno Nicolai

Breath Of A Salesman – The Claypool Lennon Delirium

The Coca Cola Sign Blinds My Eyes – Mordicai Jones (Link Wray & Bobby Howard)

Sudden Ride – Nico Fidenco

Why Don’t We Do It In The Road? / Yer Blues – The Beatles

Ballad Of A Thin Man – Bob Dylan & The Band (live 02/14/74 at the Los Angeles Forum in Inglewood, California)

Insidia #2 – Bruno Nicolai

What Goes Around Comes Around – Lenny Kravitz

Sacrifice Of The Moon (Part 1) – Ultimate Spinach

Hangout At The Gallows – Father John Misty

Aisumasen (I’m Sorry) – John Lennon [1973 photo by Tom Zimberoff]

Sacrifice Of The Moon (Part 2) – Ultimate Spinach

Love In Vain – The Rolling Stones ( Robert Johnson cover)

This Old House – Loretta Lynn (ft. and produced by Jack White)

Insidia #3 – Bruno Nicolai

Somebody Somewhere (Don’t Know What He’s Missin’ Tonight) – Lucinda Williams (Loretta Lynn cover)

Sacrifice Of The Moon (Part 3) – Ultimate Spinach

Loretta’s Tale – Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel

Insidia #4 – Bruno Nicolai

Wild Honey Pie – The Beatles [Paul McCartney,Hyde Park 1968, photo by Herman Selleslags]

Sorrow Tears + Blood – Kronos Quartet, Kyp Malone, Tunde Adebimpe, Stuart Bogie (Fela Kuti cover)

Sacrifice Of The Moon (Part 4) – Ultimate Spinach

I Must Be In A Good Place Now – Bobby Charles (ft. Mac “Dr. John” Rebbenack, John Simon, & Geoff Muldaur)

Violently – Natalie Prass (produced by Matthew E. White)

Any Little Way – The Explorers Club

 

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A.M.O.P. PRESENTS: THAT BLACK TWIST IN THE GUTS THAT ATTEMPTS TO TELL YOU SOMETHING

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Hello All! Hello World!

I never really know how these MixTapes are received on your end of things, but I’ll say this one was created with three beers, a free afternoon, and boy did I feel like a kid again!

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[original illustration, Pater Sato, 1978]

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A.M.O.P. Presents: __That Black Twist In The Guts That Attempts To Tell You Something
  • La Grabuge (Pop Theme) – Andrzej Korzyński
  • Right – David Bowie
  • Gillian Was A Horse – Damien Jurado
  • No Place to Go – Howlin’ Wolf (rec. March 1954 in Chicago, IL; Howlin’ Wolf, voc, # hca; Otis Spann, p; Lee Cooper, g; Willie Dixon, b; Earl Phillips, dr.)
  • Date Night – Father John Misty
  • Get Up & Get Out – Iggy Pop
  • Hickory Dichotomy – Stone Temple Pilots
  • Can’t Wait (alternate Time Out Of Mind demo version) – Bob Dylan
  • The Same Thing – Muddy Waters
  • The Fool – Elvis Presley
  • Hot as Sun/Glasses – Paul McCartney
  • Time – Sly & The Family Stone
  • I’m Gonna Love You Just A Little More Baby – The Cecil Holmes Soulful Sounds (Barry White cover)
  • I Feel So Bad – Chuck Wills
  • We’ll Make It – Paul White
  • Take This Hammer – Dan Zanes & Friends (Featuring Valerie June)
  • Black Flower – Piero Piccioni
  • You Ain’t That Young Kid – Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam
  • Up To Me (Blood on the Tracks outtake) – Bob Dylan
  • Dear Landlord – Joan Baez (Bob Dylan cover)
  • Pearls – Piero Piccioni
  • Dead Flowers – The Rolling Stones
  • Wild Ceaseless Song – Alela Diane
  • Can’t Wait  – Bob Dylan

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La Grabuge (Pop Theme) – Andrzej Korzyński [from the film Le Grabuge aka Hung Up, Dir. by Édouard Luntz)

Right – David Bowie (photos by Steve Schapiro, 1974)

Gillian Was A Horse – Damien Jurado

No Place to Go – Howlin’ Wolf

Date Night – Father John Misty [Photo by Emma Elizabeth Tillman, for Violet Magazine]

Get Up & Get Out – Iggy Pop [photo 2 February 1980 by Virginia Turbett]

Hickory Dichotomy – Stone Temple Pilots [photo by Marc Hom, 2010]

Can’t Wait (alternate Time Out Of Mind demo version) – Bob Dylan
[photo by Mark Seliger]

The Same Thing – Muddy Waters [illustration by Michael Cho]

The Fool – Elvis Presley

Hot as Sun/Glasses – Paul McCartney

Time – Sly & The Family Stone

I’m Gonna Love You Just A Little More Baby – The Cecil Holmes Soulful Sounds (Barry White cover)

I Feel So Bad – Chuck Wills

We’ll Make It – Paul White [photo by Lottie Turner]

Take This Hammer – Dan Zanes & Friends (Featuring Valerie June)

Black Flower – Piero Piccioni

You Ain’t That Young Kid – Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam [photo by Josh Goleman]

Up To Me (Blood on the Tracks outtake) – Bob Dylan [photo by Amalie R. Rothschild, 1974]

Dear Landlord – Joan Baez (Bob Dylan cover)

Pearls – Piero Piccioni

Dead Flowers – The Rolling Stones

Wild Ceaseless Song – Alela Diane

Can’t Wait – Bob Dylan

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A.M.O.P. PRESENTS: WALLOP (VOL. 2)

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Hello All! Hello World!

I said well hello there. The last one had two tracks by Stockholm, Sweden band Mazarine Street from their second record, Thirteen Reasons to Believe. On this you’ll hear two from The Beast Of Mazarine Street, their 1996 debut. The little exotica noodle of “Rabbi” rolls right into their ballad “Let It Come Down,” which features guest vocals by Karin Dreijer who has gone on to achieve success with her solo project, Fever Ray. I’ve always loved the alloy of raunch and sadness expressed by this song’s lyrics, like:

 
So come down on my face
and I’ll eat you on the kitchen floor,
we get to the very core…
sick spirit and sticky teeth

You’ll also hear Big Mama Thornton doing her own gut-bucket, ass-kicking (literally) take on Memphis Minnie‘s “Black Rat Swing.” Big Mama Thornton was recorded in San Francisco on April 25, 1966, and is backed by Muddy Waters and his incredible band: James Cotton (harmonica), Otis Spann (piano), Sammy Lawhorn (guitar), Luther “Guitar Junior” Johnson (bass), and Francis Clay (drums). I recently read an incredible article on Big Mama Thornton written by Cynthia Shearer and published in the 18th annual Southern Music issue of The Oxford American. I highly recommend you give THE THINNING OF BIG MAMA a read.

[“Big Mama,” by Cathey Miller]

[Little Richard, by Charles Burns 1992]

You’ll also hear Little Richard backed by Johnny “Guitar” Watson and produced by Larry Williams. I’ll never understand why the material this incredible performer recorded for the Okeh label in 1966 & 1967 wasn’t a huge hit, as I think it’s all fantastic! For those who don’t quite understand the cultural significance of Richard Wayne Penniman I will share this little tid-bit:
In 1956, David Bowie was not yet ten and his father would bring home the recent hit singles that made bizarre but wholly thrilling rock ‘n’ roller Little Richard a star: “Tutti Frutti” and “Long Tall Sally.” Bowie later said that he had the sensational reaction of “My heart near­ly burst with excitement. I’d never heard anything even resembling this. It filled the room with energy and color and outrageous defiance. I had heard God.” Even as a little boy his ambition had been set to be “a white Little Richard…..or at least his saxophone player.”

Well, you’ll hear this as well as some fantastic Duke EllingtonIggy Pop with David Bowie and Simple Minds; something from Actor, the second album by St. Vincent, released in 2009; and a whole lot more! So…

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[cover illustration by Janusz Stanny]

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  • Deadweight [edit] – Beck (produced with The Dust Brothers)
  • Dead Record Player – Dr. Dog
  • The Bed – St. Vincent
  • The Mooche (July 1, 1952 Uptown version) – Duke Ellington
  • Peach Trees – Rufus Wainwright
  • The Dance – Prince
  • “Light Of The Self” – David Lynch
  • Profezia – Paolo Ferrara
  • Rabbi / Let It Come Down – Mazarine Street
  • I Had A Dream – Tricky (Ft. Francesca Belmonte)
  • Sweet Virginia – Jerry Lee Lewis (ft. Keith Richards) (Rolling Stones cover)
  • Do Right By Me – Margo Price
  • Echoes Of The Mind – Symmetry (Johnny Jewel & Nat Walker)
  • Pretty As You Feel – Caroleen Beatty & Mushroom (Jefferson Airplane cover)
  • Celebrate – Anderson .Paak
  • Baby I Love You – Machito and His Orchestra ( Aretha Franklin cover)
  • Play It Safe – Iggy Pop (feat. David Bowie, Simple Minds, & Glen Matlock)
  • Black Rat – Big Mama Thornton With Muddy Waters Blues Band
  • Heart-O-Matic Love – Bo Diddley
  • I Heard Your Voice In Dresden – Elvis Perkins
  • Theme From Les Etrangers – François De Roubaix
  • Can’t Live Without Your Love – Janelle Monáe
  • Never Gonna Let You Go – Little Richard
  • Curtains Up” – David Lynch

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Deadweight [edit] – Beck (produced with The Dust Brothers)

Dead Record Player – Dr. Dog

The Bed – St. Vincent [photo by Ray Lego, 2009]

The Mooche (July 1, 1952 Uptown version) – Duke Ellington

Peach Trees – Rufus Wainwright

The Dance– Prince [photo by Randee St Nicholas, 2007]

“Light Of The Self” – David Lynch [Lynch’s diagram of Transcendental Meditation]

Profezia – Paolo Ferrara

Rabbi / Let It Come Down – Mazarine Street

I Had A Dream – Tricky (Ft. Francesca Belmonte)

Sweet Virginia – Jerry Lee Lewis (ft. Keith Richards) (Rolling Stones cover)

Do Right By Me – Margo Price [photo by Andrew White, 2018]

Echoes Of The Mind – Symmetry (Johnny Jewel & Nat Walker)

Pretty As You Feel – Caroleen Beatty & Mushroom (Jefferson Airplane cover)

Celebrate – Anderson .Paak

Baby I Love You – Machito and His Orchestra ( Aretha Franklin cover)

Play It Safe – Iggy Pop (feat. David Bowie, Simple Minds, & Glen Matlock)

Black Rat – Big Mama Thornton With Muddy Waters Blues Band

Heart-O-Matic Love – Bo Diddley

I Heard Your Voice In Dresden – Elvis Perkins

Theme From Les Etrangers – François De Roubaix

Can’t Live Without Your Love – Janelle Monáe [photo by Christina Lessa, 2013]

Never Gonna Let You Go – Little Richard

“Curtains Up” – David Lynch

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A.M.O.P. PRESENTS: WALLOP (VOL. 1)

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Hello All! Hello World!

I said well hello there. When I was in high-school one of my all-time favorite bands was one almost no one ever heard of. At the time I didn’t know nor cared about the cultural, hipster cachet that could be angled from that fact; I just thought they made amazing music! I remember spending hours dancing and singing along to their records alone in my bedroom. Mazarine Street were from Stockholm, Sweden and my best friend’s uncle, Gene Kraut, was their manager and as their 3 records would come out (in 1996; 1997; and 2001) he would mail them over to the U.S. for him. (Gene would also come to manage Arthur Lee of the amazing sixties, Los Angeles based band Love, which is how I discovered them as well, and even saw Lee & Love perform for his Forever Changes Concerts at Warsaw in Brooklyn, on October 23, 2003…incredible!). If I had to describe Mazarine Street as akin to another sound I guess I would say they were something like nineties Beck tackling the thick rock & roll and rough blues of The Rolling Stones. There was something incredibly playful to their blues bravado and alcohol swagger. This good-humored gusto I think can be heard clearly on one of the two songs featured here and taken from their second record, Thirteen Reasons to Believe. With “One More Day” they present a traditional-sounding field holler blues but tweak it with the odd trill and wobble of a theremin.

On this mix you’ll also hear Beastie Boys‘ sonic tribute to Miles Davis‘ record On The Corner, with their very own “Bobo On The Corner,” which features percussionist Eric “Bobo” Correa (the son of famed Latin and jazz percussionist Willie Bobo, who is also featured elsewhere on the mix). This rolls right into the Beastie Boys’ oh-so-fun single of 1995 “Root Down,” which utilizes a sample from Jimmy Smith‘s “Root Down (And Get It)” (a song that was featured in these pages way back on April 11th 2014 on my triptych party-mix On The Good Blood).

This MixTape also features a Blind Melon tune I mentioned a few posts back, the hopped-up banjo and kazoo jam “Skinned” written from the perspective of serial killer Ed Gein (and what I always took as lead singer and lyricist Shannon Hoon‘s somewhat demented, metaphorical commentary on his own issues with addiction and substance abuse). Elswhere you’ll hear Blind Melon’s “Dumptruck,” where Hoon sings with more than a hint of anxiety: “New York City soothing my itchy itchy month of May.”

Oh and I can’t go without making mention of a song that has been a favorite of mine for decades: “Manifold de Amour” by Latin Playboys. Latin Playboys was an experimental group comprising David Hidalgo, Louie Pérez (from the band Los Lobos) ,along with the production partners of Mitchell Froom and Tchad Blake. Taken from their 1994, self-titled debut album, I translate the hypnotic lyrics of “Manifold de Amour” as:

I’m going to sail
To the port of the soul
Crossing the sea,
Until I arrive

 

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

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  • Satisfied – Prince
  • All Your Goodies Are Gone – Parliament
  • One More Day – Mazarine Street
  • “Desire” – David Lynch
  • Good God’s:// Urge! – Porno For Pyros
  • Suena Blanca Espuma – El Kinto
  • To Come Of Age / Black Polished Chrome / Latino Chrome – Jim Morrison & The Doors
  • Power – Ray Barretto (w/ Bass – Andy Gonzales; Bongos – Tony Fuentes; Piano – Louis Cruz; Timbales – Orestes Vilato; Trumpets – Papy Roman, Rene Lopez, Roberto Rodriguez)
  • Bobo On The Corner / Root Down – Beastie Boys (ft. Eric Bobo & Money Mark Nishita; Produced by Mario Caldato Jr.)
  • Broasted Or Fried  – Willie Bobo & The Bo Gents (w/ Bass – Ernie McDaniel; Congas – Victor Pantoja; Drums – Jimmy Smith; Electric Piano – Reggie Andrews; Flute, Tenor Saxophone – Ron Starr; Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Steve Huffsteter)
  • Dumptruck – Blind Melon
  • Manifold de Amour – Latin Playboys (David Hidalgo, Louie Pérez, Mitchell Froom, Tchad Blake)
  • Lady, Your Roof Brings Me Down – Scott Weiland (ft. Accordion – Sheryl Crow; Bass – Martyn LeNoble; Cello – Susie Katayama; Viola – Novi Novog; Violin – Joel Derouin, Robin Lorentz; Piano, Guitar, Drums, Vocals, String Arrangements – Victor Indrizzo)
  • Violets For Your Furs – Billie Holiday With Ray Ellis And His Orchestra (written by Tom Adair & Matt Dennis)
  • Rocks In My Bed – Allen Toussaint With Rhiannon Giddens (written by Duke Ellington)
  • Extraordinary Machine – Fiona Apple (Produced with Jon Brion)
  • Nightschool – Mazarine Street
  • Sweet Virginia – The Rolling Stones
  • Skinned – Blind Melon
  • I Got A Woman – Elvis Presley (Written by Ray Charles)
  • Don’t Let The Sun Catch You Cryin’ – Ray Charles (Written by Joe Greene)
  • Deadweight – Beck (produced with The Dust Brothers)

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Satisfied – Prince [photo by Randee St Nicholas 2007]

All Your Goodies Are Gone – Parliament

One More Day – Mazarine Street

“Desire” – David Lynch [art; Plume Of Desire by David Lynch]

Good God’s:// Urge! – Porno For Pyros

Suena Blanca Espuma – El Kinto

To Come Of Age / Black Polished Chrome / Latino Chrome – Jim Morrison & The Doors

Power – Ray Barretto (w/ Bass – Andy Gonzales; Bongos – Tony Fuentes; Piano – Louis Cruz; Timbales – Orestes Vilato; Trumpets – Papy Roman, Rene Lopez, Roberto Rodriguez)

Bobo On The Corner / Root Down – Beastie Boys (ft. Eric Bobo & Mark Nishita; Produced by Mario Caldato Jr.)

Broasted Or Fried – Willie Bobo & The Bo Gents (w/ Bass – Ernie McDaniel; Congas – Victor Pantoja; Drums – Jimmy Smith; Electric Piano – Reggie Andrews; Flute, Tenor Saxophone – Ron Starr; Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Steve Huffsteter)

Dumptruck – Blind Melon [photo by Chris Cuffaro, 05.25.95]

Manifold de Amour – Latin Playboys (David Hidalgo, Louie Pérez, Mitchell Froom, Tchad Blake)

Lady, Your Roof Brings Me Down – Scott Weiland (ft. Accordion – Sheryl Crow; Bass – Martyn LeNoble; Cello – Susie Katayama; Viola – Novi Novog; Violin – Joel Derouin, Robin Lorentz; Piano, Guitar, Drums, Vocals, String Arrangements – Victor Indrizzo)

Violets For Your Furs – Billie Holiday With Ray Ellis And His Orchestra (written by Tom Adair & Matt Dennis)

Rocks In My Bed – Allen Toussaint With Rhiannon Giddens (written by Duke Ellington)

Extraordinary Machine – Fiona Apple (Produced with Jon Brion)

Nightschool – Mazarine Street [art by JAKOB KRAJCIK]

Sweet Virginia – The Rolling Stones

Skinned – Blind Melon [photo by Danny Clinch, 1995]

I Got A Woman – Elvis Presley (Written by Ray Charles)

Don’t Let The Sun Catch You Cryin’ – Ray Charles (Written by Joe Greene)

Deadweight – Beck (produced with The Dust Brothers) [photo by Andrea Giacobbe, 1997]

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Hello All! Hello World!

I said well hello there.

It’s certainly been a rough week or two around here, but here we are with another 80 minutes of music compiled & mixed by A Mouthful Of Pennies; yes it’s the new MixTape: Royal Jelly. As Jack Kerouac once wrote: “We seek to find new phrases; we try hard, we writhe and twist and blow; every now and then a clear harmonic cry gives new suggestions of a tune, a thought, that will someday be the only tune and thought in the world and which will raise men’s souls to joy.”

To me the trio of Prince tunes (all associated with his 1984 masterpiece Purple Rain as b-sides, and to my ear, other than the backing vocals by Sheila E., it sounds like Prince is performing all that you hear on these tracks) that open this MixTape perfectly exemplify what I wrote and quoted in my little essay about this genius back in MAY 04 2016:

Prince had plenty of confidence and little hang-ups. That’s one thing I’ve always loved about listening to his music, he was telling you that there was a true spirituality to celebrating this thing called life with “dance, music, sex, romance” or “D.M.S.R.” His former tour manager Alan Leeds was recently quoted as saying “For him the love of God and the sexual urges we feel are one and the same somehow. For him it all comes from the same root inside a human being. God planted these urges and it’s never wrong to feel that way. The urge itself is a holy urge.”

Or as Touré (author of I Would Die 4 U: Why Prince Became an Icon) put it: “[…] for him there was no need to separate the things we do on Saturday night from the things we do on Sunday morning.”

Plato said: Eros leads to Gnosis. As I recently read on the website, plotinus, Eros should be seen as:

[…] a liberating agent who releases and activates the creative process of the mind. Eros inspires and opens the channel of intuition to the higher and abstract understanding and communion with beauty and truth. The myth of Eros and Psyche describes in detail the inner process of transformation. In fact, Eros cannot be separated from his beloved Psyche, since they are united by a secret and sacred bond, invisible and unconscious in man. In fact, man’s psyche remains filled with erotic, sensual, carnal desires that keep him and his mind trapped on the physical plane along with his emotions and consciousness. But a seeker must transmute the attraction of Eros and awaken the bond with his psyche so that he can rise towards the “beloved,” the invisible golden thread that links his consciousness to the universal qualities of beauty and love.

The gifts of Eros affect the emotional and thought processes of humanity, especially those of a seeker who has to learn how to open up and integrate these gifts in his psyche. From the lowest and most physical levels of consciousness to the most spiritual ones, Eros remains forever present, gradually transforming the inner fire into pure light. Eros operates in every living creature, and Greek poetry and philosophy describe how nature partakes of the gift of Eros. Hence we could say that Eros’ contribution to humanity is not only inherent in man’s psyche, but that it is also involved in the process that awakens the ego to its true nature, the beauty and unconditional love of the soul.

Eros implies a yearning for unity, harmony, and completion.

Yes, most of Prince’s work was concerned with sex, but then again most of it was concerned with spirituality as well. These seem to be things he had no trouble reconciling. Yes, by others’ standards and ethics he was vulgar. Remember it was Prince’s music (“Darling Nikki” and its reference to female masturbation in particular) that was used by Mary “Tipper” Gore and her Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC) as an example of unsuitable content when pushing for the use of a Parental Advisory label for recorded music. However, with Prince the erotic might be visceral, explicit, but it was rarely truly crude or misogynist. When it came to women (and God) he was always seeking to find “the answer to the question of u.” He adored and respected women and felt a sense of wonder in their presence. Particularly Prince respected women as artists and for their intelligence. He respected and acknowledged female sexuality. Prince wanted to make love with them; Prince wanted to fuck them. Like he says to the woman in question in the eight minute epic “Joint 2 Joint”: “You’re making me proud to be a human being.”

That is not negated by his lustful follow through and the come-on:

And if we’re ever naked in the same machine/I’m gonna lick it, baby, joint 2 joint

Above all, what I love about listening to his work is that yes he wanted you to believe he is a sexy motherfucker, but I think he wanted you the listener–no matter what or who you are–to fully appreciate that yeah you’re a sexy motherfucker too!

Also on this here mix you’ll hear another song from Alela Diane’s brand new and truly wonderful record, Cusp. Of the record she has said,“This music is about motherhood. Even just by saying that, it feels like people will write you off. It’s like you’ve suddenly lost the charm of being youthful and even attainable––you’ve been commoditized as available. There is not a big place in the music industry for 30-something women with kids making music. Maybe we can create that space.” I highly recommend this one.

All The Night Without Love” the 2006 tune by Elvis Perkins features not only some lyrics that I adore, but more so I’m always amazed by the cadence and phrasing he uses to deliver such lines as:

 
“Touch 
me” 
the graphic reads
on the 
magnetic 
athletic insole sheet
and it goes 
all its life without love
Tell me can you 
imagine going to
“Got milk? 
dot 
com”
Do you go 
all the night without love
without love?

There’s the abrasive “Long Way Home” that closes the 2001 LP ShangriLa Dee Da by Stone Temple Pilots. Despite its caustic sound I’ve always appreciated Dean DeLeo’s contorted guitar that accompanies the song’s fade and Weiland’s repetition of:

Tell me
Is it more of the same and
Where can I find it?
Tell me
Is she fighting for air and
Where does she come from?
Tell me
 

Oh and there’s two sonic oddities by the musician Anon, who also sometimes went by the moniker Wynn. His great new project Hidden Beams is just making its debut and you can listen and learn a bit more about that over here.

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

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[cover art: Vangel Naumovski, Spiral Galaxy, 1981]

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  • God (Love Theme From Purple Rain) / God / Erotic City (“Make Love Not War Erotic City Come Alive”) – Prince
  • Anger Management – Lovage (Dan the Automator, Mike Patton, Jennifer Charles, & Kid Koala)
  • Intro (live: March 1, 1969/April 10, 1970) / PaperBack Queen (live: May 30 1969) / Back Door Man-Love Hides-Five To One (Live in Pittsburgh, May 2, 1970) – The Doors
  • Nothin’ No – David Vandervelde
  • All The Night Without Love – Elvis Perkins
  • Up And Down, Up And Down (I Will Lead Them Up And Down) [Puck] – Duke Ellington & His Orchestra
  • The Threshold – Alela Diane
  • Diary of an Erotic Murderess (Main Title) – Carlo Savina
  • 49 Hairflips – Jonathan Wilson (ft. backing vocals by Josh Tillman (aka Father John Misty), Krystle Warren)
  • Seeing – Anon (aka Wynn; aka Hidden Beams)
  • Waiting For The Train To Come In – Peggy Lee
  • Waiting For The Sun – The Doors
  • Long Way Home – Clarence Gatemouth Brown
  • Long Way Home – Stone Temple Pilots
  • You Win Again – The Rolling Stones (Hank Williams cover; Some Girls January–March 1978 sessions outtake)
  • I Really Don’t Want To Know – Elvis Presley (written by Don Robertson and lyrics by Howard Barnes)
  • Little War – Lee Hazlewood
  • Royal – Anon (aka Wynn; aka Hidden Beams)

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God (Love Theme From Purple Rain) / God / Erotic City (“Make Love Not War Erotic City Come Alive”) – Prince

Anger Management – Lovage (Dan the Automator, Mike Patton, Jennifer Charles, & Kid Koala)

Intro (live: March 1, 1969/April 10, 1970) / PaperBack Queen (live: May 30 1969) / Back Door Man-Love Hides-Five To One (Live in Pittsburgh, May 2, 1970) – The Doors

Nothin’ No – David Vandervelde

All The Night Without Love – Elvis Perkins

Up And Down, Up And Down (I Will Lead Them Up And Down) [Puck] – Duke Ellington & His Orchestra

The Threshold – Alela Diane [photo by Jaclyn Campanaro]

Diary of an Erotic Murderess (Main Title) – Carlo Savina

49 Hairflips – Jonathan Wilson (ft. backing vocals by Josh Tillman (aka Father John Misty), Krystle Warren)

Seeing – Anon (aka Wynn; aka Hidden Beams)

Waiting For The Train To Come In – Peggy Lee

Waiting For The Sun – The Doors [photo by Henry Diltz, 1969]

Long Way Home – Clarence Gatemouth Brown

Long Way Home – Stone Temple Pilots

You Win Again – The Rolling Stones (Hank Williams cover; Some Girls January–March 1978 sessions outtake) [art by Danny Resnic, 1978]

I Really Don’t Want To Know – Elvis Presley (written by Don Robertson and lyrics by Howard Barnes)

Little War – Lee Hazlewood

Royal – Anon (aka Wynn; aka Hidden Beams)

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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.