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A.M.O.P. PRESENTS__[A CRUSH OF CURTAINS]:

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Hello All.

Welcome to A Mouthful Of Pennies! This here MixTape [A CRUSH OF CURTAINS]: is the soundtrack to a film that screened in my skull. __Well I do hope you dig it all and 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

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__A..M.O.P. Presents:__[A Crush Of Curtains]:

  • Mr. Bumble – Sunforest
  • I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight – Brothers & Sisters (Dylan cover)
  • Why Don’t You Do Right? – Cal Tjader Feat. Mary Stallings (written by Joseph “Kansas Joe” McCoy)
  • Another Man’s Vine – Tom Waits
  • Open The Door [Skeleton Key Version] – Otis Redding
  • Open The Door, Homer – Bob Dylan & The Band (take 1; The Basement Tapes)
  • Love In Vain – The Rolling Stones (Robert Johnson cover)
  • Cry One More Time – Gram Parsons (J. Geils Band cover)
  • Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye – Bettye Swann (The Casinos cover; written by John D. Loudermilk)
  • Drifter’s Escape – Joan Baez (Dylan cover)
  • Red Walls – crush_DLX (Pop Levi & Bunny Holiday)
  • Stopover Bombay – Alice Coltrane; ft. Pharoah Sanders
  • Lonely Little G-String – Sonny Lester & His Orchestra
  • Clang Boom Steam / Make It Rain – Tom Waits
  • Star Eyes (I Can’t Catch It) – Danger Mouse & Sparklehorse Feat. David Lynch
  • Open The Door Homer – Bob Dylan & The Band (take 2; The Basement Tapes)
  • Wicked Messenger – Bob Dylan
  • Raven – Karen Elson
  • Speak Low – Lotte Lenya (written by Kurt Weill & Ogden Nash; from Broadway musical One Touch of Venus (1943))
  • You Can’t Lose What You Ain’t Never Had – Muddy Waters; ft. Otis Spann on piano, Francis Clay on drums, Willie Dixon on bass, and some combination of Sammy Lawhorn, Pee Wee Madison, and Buddy Guy (on acoustic) on guitar.)
  • The Perfect Drug – Nine Inch Nails
  • Karmacoma – Massive Attack; ft. Tricky
  • Sweet & Pungent – Duke Ellington
  • Overcome – Tricky; ft.  Martina Topley-Bird 
  • Benjamin – Steven Bernstein
  • Altarwise By Owl Light (1st Verse) / A Pair Of Doves – Dylan Thomas / Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross
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[Mr. Bumble – Sunforest]

[I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight – Brothers & Sisters (Dylan cover)]

[Why Don’t You Do Right? – Cal Tjader Feat. Mary Stallings (written by Joseph “Kansas Joe” McCoy)]

[Another Man’s Vine – Tom Waits]

[Open The Door [Skeleton Key Version] – Otis Redding]

[Open The Door, Homer – Bob Dylan & The Band (take 1; The Basement Tapes)]

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

(Cry One More Time – Gram Parsons (J. Geils Band cover)]

[Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye – Bettye Swann (The Casinos cover; written by John D. Loudermilk)]

[Drifter’s Escape – Joan Baez (Dylan cover)]

[Red Walls – crush_DLX (Pop Levi & Bunny Holiday)]

[Stopover Bombay – Alice Coltrane; ft. Pharoah Sanders]

[Lonely Little G-String – Sonny Lester & His Orchestra]

[Clang Boom Steam / Make It Rain – Tom Waits (photo by Anton Corbijn, 2004)]

[Star Eyes (I Can’t Catch It) – Danger Mouse & Sparklehorse Feat. David Lynch (Dark Night of the Soul Photography by David Lynch )]

[Open The Door Homer – Bob Dylan & The Band (take 2; The Basement Tapes) (photo, Rick Danko and Bob Dylan in 1967, by Arie De Reus)]

[Wicked Messenger – Bob Dylan]

[Raven – Karen Elson (photo by Glen Luchford)]

[Speak Low – Lotte Lenya (written by Kurt Weill & Ogden Nash; from Broadway musical One Touch of Venus (1943))]

[You Can’t Lose What You Ain’t Never Had – Muddy Waters; ft. Otis Spann on piano, Francis Clay on drums, Willie Dixon on bass, and some combination of Sammy Lawhorn, Pee Wee Madison, and Buddy Guy (on acoustic) on guitar.)]

[The Perfect Drug – Nine Inch Nails (images by Mark Romanek)]

[Karmacoma – Massive Attack; ft. Tricky]

[Sweet & Pungent – Duke Ellington]

[Overcome – Tricky; ft. Martina Topley-Bird ]

[Benjamin – Steven Bernstein]

[Altarwise By Owl Light (1st Verse) / A Pair Of Doves – Dylan Thomas / Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross (woodcuts by Antonio Frasconi)]

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THE DEMISE OF THE MASK (VOL 3)

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A MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES PRESENTS:
__The Demise Of The Mask (Vol 3)__  ___
  • And I Was Blue – Sunforest
  • Fantastic Voyage – David Bowie
  • Defriended – Beck
  • The Bogus Man – Roxy Music
  • The Bogus Man – The Bryan Ferry Orchestra
  • Solid Wall Of Sound / Dis Generation – A Tribe Called Quest
  • Yes Indeed – Ron Carter With Eric Dolphy & Mal Waldron
  • Abbaon Fat Tracks – Tricky ft. Martina Topley-Bird
  • Downward Spiral – Danny Brown
  • Think Like They Book Say – Saul Williams
  • Ful Stop – Radiohead
  • Re Run – Kamasi Washington
  • Don’t Hurt Yourself – Beyoncé (ft.. Jack White)
  • Shoo-B-Doop and Cop Him – Betty Davis
  • Jersey Yo! – Redman
  • I Wanna Know If It’s Good to You? – Funkadelic
  • Pass The Mic – Beastie Boys
  • Stirring – Flying Lotus

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Hello All.

Welcome to Volume Three of my new series of MixTapes: The Demise Of The Mask. –(Volume One here)__(Volume Two here)-.

Although the MixTape features what I find to be many fine songs, I did want to make special mention of David Bowie‘s 1979 track “Fantastic Voyage” as I think this odd pop work is one of the greatest songs to tackle just what it feels like for We The People to live under Nationalism and the soul distortion of patriotic rhetoric. In particular it captures the peculiar and ambiguous but very human emotion of volatile resignation when under absurd power structures or abandoned and made vulnerable in what he describes as both “this criminal world” and “a very modern world.”

“Loyalty is valuable…” Bowie sings, “…but our lives are valuable too.”

As Chris O’Leary wrote on his fantastic blog Pushing Ahead of the Dame (published in part as the book Rebel Rebel):

David Bowie will likely never tour again, may never even sing live again. If so, the last song that he ever performed on stage was “Fantastic Voyage,” a neglected song from a neglected record. It’s a fitting choice. “Fantastic Voyage,” though sequenced as Lodger‘s lead-off track, could have easily served as its closer, and it also works as Bowie’s final statement, a cranky humanist manifesto.

In “Voyage” there’s a striking change of tone from the other Berlin records or Station to Station: Bowie’s no longer at a remove. He’s on the ground, restored to humanity, admitting his powerlessness, reduced to observing and making asides. He sounds both warmer (the slow, generous phrasing of the opening lines) and less calculating; he lets scattered, volatile emotions overrun his song.

Bowie had once seemed to welcome the apocalypse, as it held the potential for transformation. Now in “Fantastic Voyage” he seems older and generally pissed off (“think of us as fatherless scum“), with such delusions drummed out of him. He’s grasped a peasant realism: we are largely governed by killers and fools, our lives hang on their arbitrary mercies.

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“Fantastic Voyage”

In the event
that this fantastic voyage
Should turn to erosion
and we never get old
Remember it’s true, dignity is valuable
But our lives are valuable too
We’re learning to live with somebody’s depression
And I don’t want to live with somebody’s depression
We’ll get by, I suppose
It’s a very modern world,
but nobody’s perfectIt’s a moving world,
but that’s no reason
To shoot some of those missiles
Think of us as fatherless scum
It won’t be forgotten
‘Cause we’ll never say anything nice again, will we?And the wrong words make you listen
In this criminal world
Remember it’s true, loyalty is valuable
But our lives are valuable tooWe’re learning to live with somebody’s depression
And I don’t want to live with somebody’s depression
We’ll get by I suppose
But any sudden movement I’ve got to write it down
They wipe out an entire race and I’ve got to write it down
But I’m still getting educated but I’ve got to write it down
And it won’t be forgotten
‘Cause I’ll never say anything nice again, how can I?

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The mix also features a bit of music off of just some of my favorite albums of 2016, like Saul Williams‘s MartyrLoserKing, A Tribe Called Quest‘s long awaited reunion We got it from Here… Thank You 4 Your service, Radiohead‘s A Moon Shaped Pool, and Beyoncé‘s collaboration with Jack White from her album Lemonade. (Jack White is having quite a year appearing on both Beyoncé’s and A Tribe Called Quest’s records, as well as releasing the great double-album compilation Acoustic Recordings 1998–2016 and his label Third Man Records being responsible for the release of  Margo Price‘s impressive debut, Midwest Farmer’s Daughter).

I know I’ve been a bit slow this year to dig in to new music as I spent the majority of the year mourning two of my all time favorites, with the first half of the year listening to David Bowie’s discography and the latter half listening to Prince’s. 

However, this MixTape additionally features “Downward Spiral” by Danny Brown, which is the opening track to his beautifully disturbed record Atrocity Exhibition. No, not necessarily an easy listening experience; this is a record that certainly lands on my top ten releases of 2016 (falling closer to the #1 spot than 10). Making me think of some anxious black tar mutation between Tricky, Talking Heads, and the ridiculous Trap music everyone blasts from their cars in my neighborhood, Atrocity Exhibition still remains one of the most idiosyncratic works in a genre that often seems to enforce and celebrate the homogeneous with a false smile.

As for what is my #1 record of 2016, well that without a doubt belongs to Blackstar by David Bowie. Or as Danny Brown perfectly put it himself in an interview with the online music magazine Pitchfork:

Blackstar is definitely the biggest album to me this year. That album is fucking creepy. It scares the shit out of me. And those videos. Fuck. I kind of relate to it, to him. When you put that much of your life into music, can’t nobody ever take that—you can’t rate that. You can’t review this. He died for this. This is his life right here. When people talk about the best albums of the year, I be like, “Y’all don’t realized Bowie’s album came out this year and he fucking died? What is y’all talking about?” We should hands-down know what the best album of this year is. Shouldn’t be talk of nothing else.

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Also below you’ll find a long list of things I read (or re-read) this year that I truly enjoyed and/or loved. I highly recommend them all! These are not necessarily things that were published this past year but more likely just things I got around to reading since January 2016. When not working on my long, sprawling meditation on the extraordinary and inspiring art of recently deceased David Bowie (R.I.P.) or reading the stunning and always stirring blog Brain Pickings by Maria Popova, I did spend a good deal of my reading time this year immersed in various news articles and such but I wont inundate you with those. I was pretty delighted that the Village Voice had a big upswing in terms of quality, and super excited to find that the entire 1967 to 1973 run of the magazine OZ had been completely digitized.

However, I must list and make honorable mention of what I found to be perhaps the best article I’ve read all year, the Pulitzer Prize winning article “An Unbelievable Story of Rape,” published in December 2015 and written by Pro Publica‘s senior reporter T. Christian Miller in partnership with The Marshall Project‘s Ken Armstrong.

As for the books listed, they are in no particular order of preference except for the graphic novel memoir Becoming Unbecoming by Una, which I can say was one of the most impressive things I’ve read all year and actually brought me to tears. This year I also became a huge fan of the philosopher Simon Critchley through his slim work Bowie and of writer Angela Carter through her fantastic 1972 novel The Infernal Desire Machines of Doctor Hoffman. Samuel R. Delany‘s 1973 novel of hardcore erotica and cartoon, occult pornography must get special mention as the most disgusting thing I’ve ever read that is still yet a thing of exquisite language and beauty: Equinox. In its introduction he describes it as thus:

“This is an artificial, extravagant, and pretentious book […]. But it is honest before its artifice; and in this age of extravagant expressions, honesty is the last pretension.”

This year I also re-read (and not for the first time) two comic book series that I can never recommend enough for those in need of a shift in consciousness (and who is not in need?): Promethea by Alan Moore and The Invisibles by Grant Morrison.

I didn’t read too much poetry this year but wanted to mention the work of one poet I had never heard of that I really thought was absolutely great: Dark Sparkler by Amber Tamblyn. I look forward to reading other work by her.

Speaking of poetry, I did want to share this fantastic piece called Moving Into A Period, which I read in Leonard Cohen‘s 2006 work Book of Longing:

We are moving into a period of bewilderment, a curious moment in which people find light in the midst of despair, and vertigo at the summit of their hopes. It is a religious moment also, and here is the danger. People will want to obey the voice of Authority, and many strange constructs of just what Authority is will arise in every mind. The family will appear again as the Foundation, much honoured, much praised, but those of us who have been pierced by other possibilities, we will merely go through the motions, albeit the motions of love. The public yearning for Order will invite many stubborn uncompromising persons to impose it. The sadness of the zoo will fall upon society.
You and I, who yearn for blameless intimacy, we will be unwilling to speak even the first words of inquisitive delight, for fear of reprisals. Everything desperate will live behind a joke. But I swear that I will stand within the range of your perfume.
How severe seems the moon tonight, like the face of an Iron Maiden, instead of the usual indistinct idiot.
If you think Freud is dishonoured now, and Einstein, and Hemingway, just wait and see what is to be done with all that white hair, by those who come after me.
But there will be a Cross, a sign, that some will understand; a secret meeting, a warning, a Jerusalem hidden in Jerusalem. I will be wearing white clothes, as usual, and I will enter The Innermost Place as I have done generation upon generation, to entreat, to plead, to justify. I will enter the chamber of the Bride and Bridegroom, and no one will follow me.
Have no doubt, in the near future we will be seeing and hearing much more of this sort of thing from people like myself.

You’ll see that there is a lot of Star Wars related material listed (I didn’t get to see The Force Awakens until it was released on DVD midway through this year) and If I had to pick just one to recommend I’d have to go with the novel Star Wars: Lords of the Sith by Paul S. Kemp.

For the sake of full disclosure I have included in the list the two books that I am currently reading: The Diary of a Teenage Girl by Phoebe Gloeckner, and the collection of brilliant essays Cultural Amnesia: Necessary Memories from History and the Arts by Clive JamesAlthough only a little more than halfway through both I know now that I’d easily recommend them as they are just great.

But again, I’d truly recommend anything you find below.

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A MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES PRESENTS:
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  • And I Was Blue – Sunforest
  • Fantastic Voyage – David Bowie
  • Defriended – Beck
  • The Bogus Man – Roxy Music
  • The Bogus Man – The Bryan Ferry Orchestra
  • Solid Wall Of Sound / Dis Generation – A Tribe Called Quest
  • Yes Indeed – Ron Carter With Eric Dolphy & Mal Waldron
  • Abbaon Fat Tracks – Tricky ft. Martina Topley-Bird
  • Downward Spiral – Danny Brown
  • Think Like They Book Say – Saul Williams
  • Ful Stop – Radiohead
  • Re Run – Kamasi Washington
  • Don’t Hurt Yourself – Beyoncé (ft.. Jack White)
  • Shoo-B-Doop and Cop Him – Betty Davis
  • Jersey Yo! – Redman
  • I Wanna Know If It’s Good to You? – Funkadelic
  • Pass The Mic – Beastie Boys
  • Stirring – Flying Lotus

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[And I Was Blue - Sunforest]

[And I Was Blue – Sunforest]

[Fantastic Voyage - David Bowie]

[Fantastic Voyage – David Bowie]

[Defriended - Beck]

[Defriended – Beck]

[The Bogus Man - Roxy Music]

[The Bogus Man – Roxy Music]

[The Bogus Man - The Bryan Ferry Orchestra]

[The Bogus Man – The Bryan Ferry Orchestra]

[Solid Wall Of Sound / Dis Generation - A Tribe Called Quest]

[Solid Wall Of Sound / Dis Generation – A Tribe Called Quest]

[Yes Indeed - Ron Carter With Eric Dolphy & Mal Waldron]

[Yes Indeed – Ron Carter With Eric Dolphy & Mal Waldron]

[Abbaon Fat Tracks - Tricky ft. Martina Topley-Bird]

[Abbaon Fat Tracks – Tricky ft. Martina Topley-Bird]

[Downward Spiral - Danny Brown]

[Downward Spiral – Danny Brown]

[Think Like They Book Say - Saul Williams]

[Think Like They Book Say – Saul Williams]

[Ful Stop - Radiohead]

[Ful Stop – Radiohead]

[Re Run - Kamasi Washington]

[Re Run – Kamasi Washington]

[Don't Hurt Yourself - Beyoncé (ft.. Jack White)]

[Don’t Hurt Yourself – Beyoncé (ft.. Jack White)]

[Shoo-B-Doop and Cop Him - Betty Davis]

[Shoo-B-Doop and Cop Him – Betty Davis]

[Jersey Yo! - Redman]

[Jersey Yo! – Redman]

[I Wanna Know If It's Good to You? - Funkadelic]

[I Wanna Know If It’s Good to You? – Funkadelic]

[Pass The Mic - Beastie Boys]

[Pass The Mic – Beastie Boys]

[Stirring - Flying Lotus]

[Stirring – Flying Lotus]

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All the best to you and yours & Happy New Year!—  –   ————-______-________ ->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.

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A MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES PRESENTS: DENDRITES (VOL. 4)

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What should we call it?

      What good is a glossary when we truly do not know inside from outside, this side from the other, or even where there’s a door; when we would not know our ass from our elbows if we could not reliably locate our head firmly lodged up one of those? More words. Words, which get us close but eventually send us careening off the slick circumference that surrounds the thing itself—like the cell wall fuzz of a mold spore. We apply more words in hopes of a secure hold. But instead of a firm handshake the results are usually just surplus grease on the heel.

It was words and their reception that turned Nimrod—a mighty hunter before God—into Elmer Fudd. It was words and one delirious cartoon.

    But what of the self itself, and all that still under the rose? The self spreads, makes contacts. Of the self is the self. Tendrils: they float just below the surface; they swim, and flail and coil and spill and touch. Some kiss, and taste what? Phantom limbs—some call it quits and commit suicide at a cellular level, which resembles something akin to shore erosion. Some armor-up. Some recover and want to tell you their story. Some sing together in jubilant counterpoint. Some dance callous through our days. Others caress all through the night. For well or ill, some fasten. Expand-and-contract. Contact. Speed-up-and-slow-down. Tendrils; curled lashes encounter the burn; seize ice; all the temperatures between.

We get closer and closer to the map; words crowd the margins. But there are territories that cartographers can never retire. Moments are movements: a series of soft collisions with the apparatus of arithmetic and of alphabet—we play—meat and bone and beating breast and milk and downpour and blood and beauty and beast and bread and circus and soil and sincerity and catch and kiss and jealous and catch and kiss and release and catch and kiss and taste what?—a whole vessel for familiar games…all this & perhaps a bit of all that.

We share secrets.

If a man love me, he will keep my words.

      We fondle nymphs, larvae, while awaiting the imago. Words. Words are sound. —Words— Words are vision. —Words and sound and vision—Words—Words and perception—Words—Words and perception and memory—Words and perception and memory and attention—Words and perception and memory and attention and intelligence. All these cognitive functions—ideological assumptions you just cannot be sure of. It all started with words, at least some say.

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the

Word was God.

            That word was neither an apology nor a demand for one.

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(police cars and dogs) – Eat The Document soundtrack

The Ghost Of Tom Joad – Rage Against The Machine (Bruce Springsteen cover)

Close Your Eyes (And Count To Fuck) – Run The Jewels (ft. Zack De La Rocha)

Out & About – Richard Swift

Love Game – Eminem (ft. Kendrick Lamar)

Down On The Farm – Big Al Downing

Long Time Gone – Billie Joe Armstrong & Norah Jones

Razor Tongue – Martina Topley-Bird

My Ruins – Jim Carroll

Feeling Alright – Warpaint

Hooch – Kelis

When I Get This Feeling – Bobby Moore & the Rhythm Aces

Two Weeks – FKA Twigs

Endeavors For Never (The Last Time We Spoke You Said You Were Not Here; I Saw You Though.) – Shabazz Palaces

Makes Me Wanna Die – Tricky (ft. Martina Topley-Bird)

Chameleon/Death Trip – Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel

Bi-Polar Bear – Stone Temple Pilots

Scumbag – Jobriath

Left Hand Luke and The Beggar Boys – T.Rex

It’s Serious – Cooly G (ft. Karizma)

Outro – Martina Topley-Bird

 

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A MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES PRESENTS: DENDRITES (VOL. 4)

  • (police cars and dogs)  – Eat The Document soundtrack
  • The Ghost Of Tom Joad – Rage Against The Machine (Bruce Springsteen cover)
  • Close Your Eyes (And Count To Fuck) – Run The Jewels (ft.  Zack De La Rocha)
  • Out & About – Richard Swift
  • Love Game – Eminem (ft. Kendrick Lamar)
  • Down On The Farm – Big Al Downing
  • Long Time Gone – Billie Joe Armstrong & Norah Jones
  • Razor Tongue – Martina Topley-Bird
  • My Ruins – Jim Carroll
  • Feeling Alright – Warpaint
  • Hooch – Kelis
  • When I Get This Feeling – Bobby Moore & the Rhythm Aces
  • Two Weeks – FKA Twigs
  • Endeavors For Never (The Last Time We Spoke You Said You Were Not Here; I Saw You Though.) – Shabazz Palaces
  • All Mine – Portishead 
  • Makes Me Wanna Die – Tricky (ft. Martina Topley-Bird)
  • Chameleon/Death Trip – Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel 
  • Bi-Polar Bear – Stone Temple Pilots
  • Scumbag – Jobriath
  • Left Hand Luke and The Beggar Boys – T.Rex
  • It’s Serious – Cooly G (ft. Karizma)
  • Outro – Martina Topley-Bird

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A MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES PRESENTS: RADIO DETRITUS

HELLO ALL! I’ve got a double mixtape here for you today, so you should be able to chew on this awhile! Keep an ear out, as these actually feature two of my all time favorite tunes: Harry Nilsson’s “The Moonbeam Song” and “All The King’s Horses” by Aretha Franklin (my, how I would have loved to have heard Jeff Buckley do a rendition of the latter). Oh and here across the 2 mixes there’s the whole Rolling Stones/Claudine Longet connection to dig.

Anyway, as always

—–ENJOY YOURSELF

Radio Detritus CVR

 

RADIO DETRITUS (VOL. I)

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Radio Detritus 1

How Brittle The Bones – Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross

Saturday Bride – Quilt

Sunday – David Bowie

Dirt – The Stooges

Of Course – Jane’s Addiction

Moanin’ The Blues – Hank Williams [art by Marc Burckhardt]

Claudine – The Rolling Stones

Pumpkin – Tricky (ft. Alison Goldfrapp)

Sweet Sweet – Smashing Pumpkins

Don’t Think Twice – The Wonder Who (aka, The 4 Seasons )

Street Corner Love – Jobriath

I Got A Good Thing/Stoned To The Bone – James Brown

Diagram – Saul Williams

Mama Forgot To Tell Me – Willie “Little Beaver” Hale

One Room Paradise – The Raeletts

Belle Glade Missionaries – of Montreal

I’ll Bet You – Funkadelic

The Moonbeam Song – Harry Nilsson

Bring Me The Disco King – David Bowie

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Radio Detritus 2

Sunday Will Never Be the Same – Buffoons

Soul Vibrations – Dorothy Ashby

Ill Wind – Frank Sinatra

Where I End And You Begin (The Sky Is Falling In) – Radiohead

All The King’s Horses – Aretha Franklin

Last To Know - Priestbird [photo by Lauren Dukoff]

Last To Know – Priestbird [photo by Lauren Dukoff]

Prayer – D’Angelo & The Vanguard

Memory Camp – The Brian Jonestown Massacre

Never Get Old – David Bowie

JLH – Richard Swift

Sugar Mama – John Lee Hooker

Trust No Man – Ma Rainey

Mississippi (outtake version) – Bob Dylan

Let’s Spend The Night Together – Claudine Longet

Sweet Feeling – Candi Staton

Standing In The Rain – Al Green

I Don’t Need No Doctor – Ray Charles

Day Tripper – Vontastics

It's A Long Way Back To Germany- Ramones

It’s A Long Way Back To Germany– Ramones

Pretty Penny – Stone Temple Pilots

Labeling the World/Better Beware – Charles Eisenstein/Lilacs & Champagne (amop edit)

Lay Lady Lay – Brothers & Sisters (Dylan’s Gospel)

If I Only Had A Heart – Afghan Whigs

Ha Ha Suckers – Richard Swift [art by Richard Swift]

Radio Detritus 1

  • How Brittle The Bones – Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross
  • Saturday Bride – Quilt
  • Sunday – David Bowie
  • Dirt – The Stooges
  • Of Course – Jane’s Addiction
  • Moanin’ The Blues – Hank Williams
  • Claudine – The Rolling Stones
  • Pumpkin – Tricky (ft. Alison Goldfrapp)
  • Sweet Sweet – Smashing Pumpkins
  • Don’t Think Twice – The Wonder Who (aka, The 4 Seasons )
  • Street Corner Love – Jobriath
  • I Got A Good Thing/Stoned To The Bone – James Brown
  • Diagram – Saul Williams
  • Mama Forgot To Tell Me – Willie “Little Beaver” Hale
  • One Room Paradise – The Raeletts
  • Belle Glade Missionaries – of Montreal
  • I’ll Bet You – Funkadelic
  • The Moonbeam Song – Harry Nilsson
  • Bring Me The Disco King – David Bowie
 Radio Detritus 2
  • Sunday Will Never Be the Same – Buffoons
  • Soul Vibrations – Dorothy Ashby
  • Ill Wind – Frank Sinatra
  • Where I End And You Begin (The Sky Is Falling In) – Radiohead
  • All The King’s Horses – Aretha Franklin
  • Last To Know – Priestbird
  • Prayer – D’Angelo & The Vanguard
  • Memory Camp – The Brian Jonestown Massacre
  • Never Get Old – David Bowie
  • JLH – Richard Swift
  • Sugar Mama – John Lee Hooker
  • Trust No Man – Ma Rainey
  • Mississippi (outtake) – Bob Dylan
  • Let’s Spend The Night Together – Claudine Longet
  • Sweet Feeling – Candi Staton
  • Standing In The Rain – Al Green
  • I Don’t Need No Doctor – Ray Charles
  • Day Tripper – Vontastics
  • It’s A Long Way Back To Germany- Ramones
  • Pretty Penny – Stone Temple Pilots
  • Labeling the World/Better Beware – Charles Eisenstein/Lilacs & Champagne (amop edit)
  • Lay Lady Lay – Brothers & Sisters (Dylan’s Gospel)
  • If I Only Had A Heart – Afghan Whigs
  • Ha Ha Suckers – Richard Swift

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——————————————-BOBBY CALERO—————————–

A MOUTHFUL OF PENNIES PRESENTS: BROKEN TAIL-FEATHERS

Hello all. Lately I can’t seem to peel myself away from some other projects I’ve got going so I’ve got to hold off a little longer on posting up part 2 to my mix, EL AMBIENTE BIEN BABES Y BEAN DE URUGUAY. But, I’ll be posting some other MixTapes for you to bump through this fading summer, and I’ve got something else here for you today!

For those looking to strut their feathers while throwing a house party, a little backyard boogie, or, to quote Redman, interested in “straight up getting your swerve on whether with a bitch or nigga,” here is two hours, thirteen minutes and twelve seconds of music designed to make you groove and boogaloo ’till you pukethe two-volume bootleg MixTape: BROKEN TAIL-FEATHERS.

—Enjoy yourself!

Broken Tail-Feathers Vol. I

BROKEN TAIL-FEATHERS: (vol. I) Get On

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If you download it, the playlist is listed under the “Lyrics” tab in itunes.

 

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Broken Tail-Feathers Vol. 2

BROKEN TAIL-FEATHERS: (vol. II) Get Off

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If you download it, the playlist is listed under the “Lyrics” tab in itunes.

 

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Broken Tail-Feathers Vol. I

BROKEN TAIL-FEATHERS: (vol. I) Get On

by A Mouthful Of Pennies (Bobby Calero)

cover art by A Mouthful Of Pennies (Bobby Calero)

1)   “This is a journey into sound…”

2)   Body Baby – Pharoahe Monch

3)   Working Day & Night/P.Y.T./Wanna Be Startin Somethin – Michael Jackson (J.Period remix)

4)   B.I.G. Freestyle/Kane Freestyle – The Notorious B.I.G/Big Daddy Kane (J.Period remix)

5)   Amen, Brother [break] – G. C. Coleman

6)   Dracula’s Wedding – André 3000 (Feat. Kelis)

7)   Let’s Dance/Dancing Machine – Michael Jackson (J.Period remix)

8)   Ain’t No Fun – Snoop Dogg (feat. Nate Dogg, Warren G., Nanci Fletcher, and Kurupt)

9)   Gett Off – Prince

10)         Panic So Charming (What the Fuck Style) – J.U.F. (Gogol Bordello & Balkan Beat Box)

11)         Bulgarian Chicks – Balkan Beat Box

12)         Cocaine Blues – Escort

13)         Amen, Brother [break] – G. C. Coleman

14)         Lift Ya Skirt – Ol’ Dirty Bastard

15)         Vivrant Thing/Move/Breathe & Stop – Q-Tip (J.Period Remix)

16)         The loop of ’88 [break] – Simon Harris

17)         I Wanna Rock (Doo Doo Brown) – 2 Live Crew

18)         You Don’t Love Me (No No No) – Dawn Penn

19)         Get Ur Freak On [break] – Missy Elliott & Timbaland

20)         Shanty Town – Desmond Dekker (Diplo remix)

21)         Guns of Brooklyn – Santogold (Diplo remix)

22)         Iko Iko – The Dixie Cups (Diplo remix)

23)         Catembe [break] – Miles Davis

24)         Flava In Ya Ear (March 9 Remix) – The Notorious B.I.G (J.Period Remix)

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Broken Tail-Feathers Vol. 2

BROKEN TAIL-FEATHERS: (vol. II) Get Off

by A Mouthful Of Pennies (Bobby Calero)

Cover art by A Mouthful Of Pennies (Bobby Calero)

1)    “This is a journey into sound…”

2)    Make Some Noise – Beastie Boys

3)    Platinum Plus – Big L & Big Daddy Kane (J. Perdiod remix)

4)    Across The Sea Piano Noodles [snippet] – Weezer

5)    —Run-D.M.C Break—

6)    Big Belly Guns – Tony Matterhorn (Diplo remix)

7)    Get Busy – Sean Paul

8)    A Who Seh Ne Dun (Wake de Man)/Limb By Limb – Cutty Ranks

9)    Teach Me How To Bunny [Instrumental snippet] – Pop Levi & Bunny Holiday

10)  Murder She Wrote – Chaka Demus & Pliers

11)  If I Were A Rich Girl – Louchie Lou & Michie One

12) Fiesta-La – The Fugees (The Heatwave Refix)

13) Freaks – Lil’ Vicious & Doug E. Fresh

14) Action – Nadine Sutherland & Terror Fabulous

15) Tour Mix Part1 – Capleton (Grubson Mix)

16) As I Come Back – Busta Rhymes (Grubson Mix)

17)  Black Sweat – Prince

18)  Let’s Get High – Dr. Dre (feat. Hittman, Kurupt, & Ms. Roq)

19) Bump ‘n’ Grind (R. Kelly cover) – Beck

20) Ignition (Remix) – R. Kelly

21) Funky Drummer [break] – James Brown

22) Life ‘O’ the Party – Prince

23) In the Closet – Michael Jackson (J.Period remix)

24)  Ghetto Musick – Big Boi (feat. Andre 3000)

25)  Over Me – Tricky (feat. Ambersunshower & Hawkman)

26) Welcome To Jamrock – Damian Marley (Rob Dinero Remix Feat. The Notorious B.I.G.)

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Pharoahe Monch

Michael Jackson

The Notorious B.I.G.

Big Daddy Kane

J. Period

G. C. Coleman (w/ The Winstons).

André 3000

Kelis

Snoop Dogg

Nate Dogg

Warren G.

Nanci Fletcher

Kurupt

Prince

Gogol Bordello

Balkan Beat Box

Escort

Ol’ Dirty Bastard

Q-Tip

Simon Harris

2 Live Crew

Dawn Penn

Missy Elliott & Timbaland

Diplo

 

Desmond Dekker

Santogold

The Dixie Cups

Miles Davis (Poster designed by Roslaw Szaybo, 1989).

Beastie Boys

Big L.

Weezer

Run-D.M.C

Tony Matterhorn

Sean Paul

Cutty Ranks

Pop Levi & Bunny Holiday

Chaka Demus & Pliers

Louchie Lou & Michie One

The Fugees

Lil’ Vicious

Doug E. Fresh

Terror Fabulous

Nadine Sutherland

Capleton

Grubson

Busta Rhymes

Dr. Dre

Hittman

Ms. Roq

Beck

R. Kelly

James Brown

Big Boi

Tricky

Ambersunshower

Hawkman

Damian Marley

DJ Rob Dinero

 

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All the best to you and yours,

—————(BOBBY CALERO)————— —- — — – – – –  – –   – —   –    –

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