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2014-01-19 03:37:03 AM  

bionicjoe: Tonight's selections have been awesome, but a bit too modern.
I need some spaghetti western goodness.
Something to make Charlie Bronson & Hank Fonda to get their funk on.


You hush. This is one of his best sets.
 
2014-01-19 03:37:49 AM  

brownlady79: This is making me feel things.


That's what booze is for.
Stupid feels.
 
2014-01-19 03:38:23 AM  

bionicjoe: brownlady79: This is making me feel things.

That's what booze is for.
Stupid feels.


Dammit why didn't you tell me sooner?!
 
2014-01-19 03:40:04 AM  

SuperTramp: itsaback: The thing about banjos is that it is hard to play a sad song on one.
Country Death Song for example.

you ain't from Appalachia, I reckon.


No, but I do enjoy Bluegrass. I guess my point is more that it is a happy sounding instrument.
 
2014-01-19 03:42:45 AM  

itsaback: SuperTramp: itsaback: The thing about banjos is that it is hard to play a sad song on one.
Country Death Song for example.

you ain't from Appalachia, I reckon.

No, but I do enjoy Bluegrass. I guess my point is more that it is a happy sounding instrument.


Unless it's playing in a minor key. Listen to Iron Horse, Enter Sandman some time.
 
2014-01-19 03:42:51 AM  
Dick Dale performing Miserlou live in 1996.
 
2014-01-19 03:43:10 AM  

brownlady79: bionicjoe: brownlady79: This is making me feel things.

That's what booze is for.
Stupid feels.

Dammit why didn't you tell me sooner?!


I've been preaching my message of rampant boozing for years.... for years.
 
2014-01-19 03:43:12 AM  
Some instruments dont lend themselves to sad or dark music. You'll probably never see O fortuna orchestrated for banjo juice harp marimba and ukelele
 
2014-01-19 03:43:42 AM  

SuperTramp: itsaback: SuperTramp: itsaback: The thing about banjos is that it is hard to play a sad song on one.
Country Death Song for example.

you ain't from Appalachia, I reckon.

No, but I do enjoy Bluegrass. I guess my point is more that it is a happy sounding instrument.

Unless it's playing in a minor key. Listen to Iron Horse, Enter Sandman some time.


SuperTramp: itsaback: SuperTramp: itsaback: The thing about banjos is that it is hard to play a sad song on one.
Country Death Song for example.

you ain't from Appalachia, I reckon.

No, but I do enjoy Bluegrass. I guess my point is more that it is a happy sounding instrument.

Unless it's playing in a minor key. Listen to Iron Horse, Enter Sandman some time.


Suddenly, I want to hear REM's 'Losing My Religion' with a banjo instead of a mandolin.
 
2014-01-19 03:43:52 AM  

brownlady79: bionicjoe: brownlady79: This is making me feel things.

That's what booze is for.
Stupid feels.

Dammit why didn't you tell me sooner?!


hugz
 
2014-01-19 03:44:39 AM  

mikaloyd: Some instruments dont lend themselves to sad or dark music. You'll probably never see O fortuna orchestrated for banjo juice harp marimba and ukelele


I'm laughing, even knowing that it will come back to give me nightmares tonight.
 
2014-01-19 03:45:00 AM  

mikaloyd: Some instruments dont lend themselves to sad or dark music. You'll probably never see O fortuna orchestrated for banjo juice harp marimba and ukelele


I really want to now.
 
2014-01-19 03:45:00 AM  

SuperTramp: itsaback: SuperTramp: itsaback: The thing about banjos is that it is hard to play a sad song on one.
Country Death Song for example.

you ain't from Appalachia, I reckon.

No, but I do enjoy Bluegrass. I guess my point is more that it is a happy sounding instrument.

Unless it's playing in a minor key. Listen to Iron Horse, Enter Sandman some time.


I shall.
 
2014-01-19 03:45:43 AM  
another Misirlou, this time by Enoch Light.
 
2014-01-19 03:45:54 AM  

harleyquinnical: Suddenly, I want to hear REM's 'Losing My Religion' with a banjo instead of a mandolin.


I've been messing with their lyrics since Mumble came out.
 
2014-01-19 03:46:38 AM  
there's all kinds of banjo sad blues and death songs, aren't there/
 
2014-01-19 03:47:29 AM  

bionicjoe: brownlady79: bionicjoe: brownlady79: This is making me feel things.

That's what booze is for.
Stupid feels.

Dammit why didn't you tell me sooner?!

I've been preaching my message of rampant boozing for years.... for years.


Oh...I thought you were a cautionary tale ;)
 
2014-01-19 03:48:14 AM  

soosh: there's all kinds of banjo sad blues and death songs, aren't there/


Think positive..... Couple weeks until winter slowly subsides....
 
2014-01-19 03:48:30 AM  
Someone please play Nothing Else Matters on the ukelele
 
2014-01-19 03:49:41 AM  

mikaloyd: brownlady79: bionicjoe: brownlady79: This is making me feel things.

That's what booze is for.
Stupid feels.

Dammit why didn't you tell me sooner?!

hugz


:) I'm fine but thanks. No sad drunk times happening here tonight.
 
2014-01-19 03:49:55 AM  

harleyquinnical: mikaloyd: Some instruments dont lend themselves to sad or dark music. You'll probably never see O fortuna orchestrated for banjo juice harp marimba and ukelele

I really want to now.


I now want to hear Ish Kabibble singing boop boop dittum dattum wattem chu
 
2014-01-19 03:50:29 AM  

brownlady79: Someone please play Nothing Else Matters on the ukelele


Pick one.
 
2014-01-19 03:51:53 AM  
This is Arvo Part - Tabula Rasa.

It's 26:32 long, but it's one of the most beautiful things I've ever heard.   Play on the best headphones or speakers you have.
 
2014-01-19 03:52:37 AM  

brownlady79: :) I'm fine but thanks. No sad drunk times happening here tonight.


two thumbs up
 
2014-01-19 03:52:38 AM  

soosh: another Misirlou, this time by Enoch Light.


Agent Orange does a pretty decent cover too.
 
2014-01-19 03:53:08 AM  

demaL-demaL-yeH: harleyquinnical: Suddenly, I want to hear REM's 'Losing My Religion' with a banjo instead of a mandolin.

I've been messing with their lyrics since Mumble came out.


LOOK AT WHAT YOU MADE ME JUST DO!

Oh You're Files...are quicker
They're quicker in Linux distros
The lengths that I will go to
To get into your files

Oh no, I typed too much
I set it up.

That's me in your mainframe
That's me in your hard drive
changing your permissions

Trying to give you root
But I don't know if I can do it
OH NO, I said 'sudo'
I should have said 'su'
 
2014-01-19 03:54:48 AM  

mikaloyd: harleyquinnical: mikaloyd: Some instruments dont lend themselves to sad or dark music. You'll probably never see O fortuna orchestrated for banjo juice harp marimba and ukelele

I really want to now.

I now want to hear Ish Kabibble singing boop boop dittum dattum wattem chu


oh....wow.....LMAO. how old ARE you?
 
2014-01-19 03:57:00 AM  

brownlady79: bionicjoe: brownlady79: bionicjoe: brownlady79: This is making me feel things.

That's what booze is for.
Stupid feels.

Dammit why didn't you tell me sooner?!

I've been preaching my message of rampant boozing for years.... for years.

Oh...I thought you were a cautionary tale ;)


I am. 
Caution: This may be TOO AWESOME for you.
 
2014-01-19 03:57:09 AM  
if you play this when you're really stoned, it sounds like a high-class call girl is servicing your ears.   Source:  happening right now.
 
2014-01-19 03:58:32 AM  

soosh: if you play this when you're really stoned, it sounds like a high-class call girl is servicing your ears.   Source:  happening right now.


I'm drunk & watching the end of a classic western.
Cited for truthiness.
 
2014-01-19 04:01:01 AM  

SuperTramp: mikaloyd: harleyquinnical: mikaloyd: Some instruments dont lend themselves to sad or dark music. You'll probably never see O fortuna orchestrated for banjo juice harp marimba and ukelele

I really want to now.

I now want to hear Ish Kabibble singing boop boop dittum dattum wattem chu

oh....wow.....LMAO. how old ARE you?



SOOP, I AM YOUR FATHER


www.ibeta.eu

 
2014-01-19 04:03:31 AM  
soosh, this is beautiful. it makes me think of snow on the tips of pine needles, and the deep blue of an iceberg
 
2014-01-19 04:04:50 AM  
Aww...Big Trouble in Little China was on.
content6.flixster.com

/that sorta thing
 
2014-01-19 04:05:43 AM  

SuperTramp: soosh, this is beautiful. it makes me think of snow on the tips of pine needles, and the deep blue of an iceberg


I was thinking more of the leaves dying and everything being blanketed by a yard of snow, everything still, quiet, serene and dead...for the time being.  Animals disappearing from once populated groves; birds no longer chirping as the white grows and grows.
 
2014-01-19 04:05:54 AM  

harleyquinnical: demaL-demaL-yeH: harleyquinnical: Suddenly, I want to hear REM's 'Losing My Religion' with a banjo instead of a mandolin.

I've been messing with their lyrics since Mumble came out.

LOOK AT WHAT YOU MADE ME JUST DO!


There. It didn't happen.

Now try making up lyrics to Radio Free Europe.
Anything you come up with will sound more plausible than the "real" lyrics.
/Mike had hair and a few dozen marbles in his mouth for that album.
//Or a pair of ben-wa balls.
///We were never sure.
 
2014-01-19 04:06:09 AM  
I've been listening to your show and reading a book since the Freddie Fender song. Fun mix. This piece is fabulous. I just thought I'd let you know I enjoyed the music.
 
2014-01-19 04:06:46 AM  

harleyquinnical: SuperTramp: soosh, this is beautiful. it makes me think of snow on the tips of pine needles, and the deep blue of an iceberg

I was thinking more of the leaves dying and everything being blanketed by a yard of snow, everything still, quiet, serene and dead...for the time being.  Animals disappearing from once populated groves; birds no longer chirping as the white grows and grows.


huh.  it always made me think of really dreamy geometry scenes.
 
2014-01-19 04:06:55 AM  

SuperTramp: soosh, this is beautiful. it makes me think of snow on the tips of pine needles, and the deep blue of an iceberg


Yeah....all that
Can we get on to the poontang music!? 
Make dat shiat bounce!
 
2014-01-19 04:08:15 AM  

soosh: harleyquinnical: SuperTramp: soosh, this is beautiful. it makes me think of snow on the tips of pine needles, and the deep blue of an iceberg

I was thinking more of the leaves dying and everything being blanketed by a yard of snow, everything still, quiet, serene and dead...for the time being.  Animals disappearing from once populated groves; birds no longer chirping as the white grows and grows.

huh.  it always made me think of really dreamy geometry scenes.


It just makes me horny.
 
2014-01-19 04:08:40 AM  

Liinda: I've been listening to your show and reading a book since the Freddie Fender song. Fun mix. This piece is fabulous. I just thought I'd let you know I enjoyed the music.


thank you!  tonight's show is a little different from most, but they're all kind of different.   there is an archive of them here:

http://sacredartichoke.com/flotsam/LivingstonStaplerArchives/

and I'm here most every Saturday night about this time.  thanks for tuning in!
 
2014-01-19 04:08:55 AM  

harleyquinnical: SuperTramp: soosh, this is beautiful. it makes me think of snow on the tips of pine needles, and the deep blue of an iceberg

I was thinking more of the leaves dying and everything being blanketed by a yard of snow, everything still, quiet, serene and dead...for the time being.  Animals disappearing from once populated groves; birds no longer chirping as the white grows and grows.


My mind went to sex. This is the cuddling portion.
 
2014-01-19 04:09:30 AM  

soosh: This is Arvo Part - Tabula Rasa.

It's 26:32 long, but it's one of the most beautiful things I've ever heard.   Play on the best headphones or speakers you have.


Stunning
 
2014-01-19 04:09:30 AM  
mikaloyd

SOOP, I AM YOUR FATHER
[www.ibeta.eu image 850x637]

harley, we gotta get off this planet.
 
2014-01-19 04:09:46 AM  
Where is the crossover point between violin and fiddle?
 
2014-01-19 04:11:00 AM  
But seriously you can feel so much emotion in this dog...this part is achingly beautiful.
 
2014-01-19 04:11:03 AM  

mikaloyd: Where is the crossover point between violin and fiddle?


it's an entire orchestra, each playing a varying amount at any time.
 
2014-01-19 04:11:12 AM  

brownlady79: harleyquinnical: SuperTramp: soosh, this is beautiful. it makes me think of snow on the tips of pine needles, and the deep blue of an iceberg

I was thinking more of the leaves dying and everything being blanketed by a yard of snow, everything still, quiet, serene and dead...for the time being.  Animals disappearing from once populated groves; birds no longer chirping as the white grows and grows.

My mind went to sex. This is the cuddling portion.


Yeah yeah yeah

Can we get back to Kim Catrall being 80s hot?
/green eyes
 
2014-01-19 04:11:35 AM  

brownlady79: But seriously you can feel so much emotion in this dog...this part is achingly beautiful.


SONG
 
2014-01-19 04:11:37 AM  

soosh: Liinda: I've been listening to your show and reading a book since the Freddie Fender song. Fun mix. This piece is fabulous. I just thought I'd let you know I enjoyed the music.

thank you!  tonight's show is a little different from most, but they're all kind of different.   there is an archive of them here:

http://sacredartichoke.com/flotsam/LivingstonStaplerArchives/

and I'm here most every Saturday night about this time.  thanks for tuning in!


Thanks for the archive. I actually listened last week, too. Take care.
 
2014-01-19 04:12:00 AM  

mikaloyd: Where is the crossover point between violin and fiddle?


The Cumberland Gap, although some say it's just past the Azores.
 
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