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Book’s Music podcast #355


Book’s Music podcast #355 by Booksmusic on Mixcloud

After a great collage last week of funny country songs, the Book’s Music podcast returns to the assorted box of assortments you’ve come to know and love. Diversity is always the key in “the radio show that radio forgot”.

BOOK’S JOOK: Grand Funk’s “The Loco-Motion”

  • Book’s Jook is a column dedicated to placing a record within my dream jukebox, if I were to have one. The Seeburg jukebox shown below is similar to the one I have wanted since I was a kid. To read more on why I started this column, click here.

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    For the second record selection in Book’s Jook, I chose an oddity of sorts. I grew up with my share of Grand Funk, but I liked songs such as “I’m Your Captain”, “Mean Mistreater”, “T.N.U.C.”, “Are You Ready”, and “Hooked On Love”, along with “Some Kind Of Wonderful”, “We’re An American Band”, and “Bad Time”. “The Loco-Motion” sticks out to me because it wasn’t a Grand Funk original. I became familiar with it because it was one of my mom’s favorite songs, and we had the Grand Funk 45 and thus I began to enjoy it via association. It seemed to me a fun song, which is funny to think about: a fun Grand Funk song. What I liked about it more than anything was the B-side, “Destitute & Losin’”, which was a Mark Farner original and clocking in at a nice 7:01. What I loved about this blues rocker is how the song sped up at the end before it just stops, as if someone said “let’s end it right here, no, right… here.” For me, “The Loco-Motion” just sticks out as a silly song for the band, but it was all about flipping the record over for the good stuff. Thank you to producer Todd Rundgren for being a part of this song.

  • BOOK’S FOODIE: Easy zucchini frittata recipe


    Love zucchini? A huge fan of frittata? Why not combine the two for something very delicious? That is what the Buona Pappa channel did and when you see how easy it is put together, you’ll want to make it all the time. Check out the quick screenshot below:
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    SOME STUFFS: Lumpz One! releases a new instrumental album


    Lumpz One! says he’s crazy now, or at least he Sounds Like I’m Crazy. In truth, it’s the name of his brand new album released on 4/20 and it’s an all-instrumental affair, done sample-free. You can listen to one of the tracks above. To check it out, head to CD Baby and consider a purchase. You may also want to check out his Soundcloud page while you’re at it, to hear more of what he’s about.

    SOME STUFFS: New Crank Sturgeon released as CD3 and 3.5″ floppy disk

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    Feverish Dimst (Quagga Curious Sounds) is the latest project by Crank Sturgeon, who has packaged this in a very nice way. 19 minutes of twisted experimental noise can be heard on the 3 inch CD, it consists of one solid track. Then you have a 3.5″ floppy disk that compliments the clear noise that’s on the CD. Each CDr has a unique rubber-stamped design which is housed in a rubber-stamped square envelope. The floppy disk comes in white, red, blue, orange or yellow and features a rubber-stamped sticker. All of the contents are then placed in a brown paper bag. Ideally, you could just place it in your living room and have it compliment your furniture, but you’ll want to make time to use and hear it. It’s up to you.

    For ordering information, contact mike-ridge [at] hotmail [dot] co [dot] uk.

    RECORD CRACK: Brown Sabbath to release their covers of Black Sabbath songs as a 10″ single


    The bio for this says it all:
    Brown Sabbath is the alter ego of Austin-based Brownout, delving into the catalog of the Hard Rock and Heavy Metal godfathers themselves Black Sabbath. “Hand Of Doom” featuring Black Angels singer Alex Maas on vocals is the lead-off single with “The Wizard” on the flip, pressed on limited colored splatter 10inch.

    An honorable Black Sabbath tribute done as a 10″ EP, due out on May 27th, and then a full length will materialize on June 24th. Please tell me they do “Into The Void” or “The Writ”? I’m sure the usual suspects will be covered if if there’s one oddity on there, I’ll be happy. Pre-orders for the 10″ are available from their Bandcamp page.

    AUDIO: Ralph V featuring Jeph Anthony’s “OG (Chopped N Screwed)”


    If you have become a fan of Ralph V’s “O.G.”, you may fall in love with the chopped & screwed treatment of the track, which will make you tip, rotate, and slow jam on the sidewalk. It may bring you back around. I’m digging this supremely.

    VIDEO: Lil Wyte’s “It’s 4:20″


    It’s April 20th. As I post this, it’s 4:20am in the morning on the East Coast. Maybe you live on the West Coast. Regardless of where you live, it’ll be 4:20 twice today, so grab your favorite bag o’reefer and smoke up to this joint by Lil Wyte, who tells us “It’s 4:20″ somewhere. It’s take from his new album No Sick Days, which was released today, 4/20. You’ve loving it like leftover buds you forgot about but discovered in your wallet. Good for you.

    SOME STUFFS: Path To Lobster Believers, Su Sous Toulouse En Rouge release split cassette

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    On one half you have Path To Lobster Believers, whom you may want to call PTLB.
    On the other half you have Su Sous Toulouse En Rouge, feel free to call them SSTER for short.

    This split cassette, where each artist gets a dedicated side, is being described this way: …micro/cassette collage, looping, manipulation and destruction. Garble Garbage Giggle Grits, if you wanna know the sub-genre. The Rowdy Rouge stays away from the tape collage this time and gets psychedelically chaotic with electronics and telepathic revelations embedded within.. If you want to be introduced to Gable Garbage Giggle Grits, you’ve come to the right place. It’s lo-fi, noisy, spontaneous, and uncertain, just the way you like your experimental songs. Only 14 copies of this were made onto cassette, and it seems each copy is recorded over tapes found at thrift stores. It’s just another bit of tape manipulated output from Justin Marc Lloyd. You may also purchase the 60 minute album digitally from Bandcamp below.

    BANDCAMP SUGGESTIONS: Twin Trilogy’s “Twin Trilogy #1″


     photo TwinTrilogy_cover_zpsb21ff87a.jpg For this week’s Bandcamp Suggestion, I’m shining the spotlight on a San Francisco band who made this EP a special Record Store Day item yesterday at Aquarius Records in the Mission District. They combine various elements of prog, space rock, and Kraut rock to create a distinctive melange of sound that is heavy, mindblowing, trippy, and very much fascinating.

    The first track is a combination of three different songs (“Descent To The Pounding Surf”, “Strings Of The Sea”, and “Flood Of Moonlight On The White Sea”), which leads to a very nice and crisp Melvins-like dirge. The second track gets all fantastical and shit.

    This will be released as a 1-sided EP, and will be the first of four promised EP’s.

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