1. 14:50 31st Jul 2014

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SUMMER OF DEAD 2014: Oklahoma City Music Hall, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, November 14, 1972 
Shake it! WFMU’s Scott McDowell takes a Summer of Dead trip back to ‘72. 
I didn’t have a cool older brother. But my friend Joey did. Actually his older brother was an asshole who beat Joey up all the time, which was not cool at all, but Joey’s brother had tons of Dead tapes and I loved them. Joey and I were stealthy, to sneak listens, or Joey’s brother would kick his ass again while I waited in front of the TV. Constant abuse that kid endured. So much for hippies and peace and love.
The tapes were labeled like this: Hartford ‘82, New York State Pavilion ‘69, Fillmore East ‘70, Boston Garden ‘77. I had the feeling there was an endless supply of these cassettes with their cities, their dates. We were young. The ones we could get our hands on were like gold treasure.
I got a bit older and the important women in my life were always listening to the Grateful Dead. I was attracted to intelligent women with cute dresses and comfortable sandals, post-hippie feminist girls who would throw a punch if necessary. Girls who read Paul Bowles and Annie Dillard, liked sleeping outdoors, drank beer, could speak several languages and knit you a sweater. These women could do it all! They had toe rings. They let their armpit hair grow sometimes, but not as any kind of statement, it just happened.
I am not original, I adore ‘72, it’s unbeatable. My way into a show is an individual song, typically a Jerry ballad: “To Lay Me Down,” “Brokedown Palace,” “Row Jimmy,” “Stella Blue,” “The Wheel,” “He was a Friend of Mine.” I’ll tell you my favorite version of each. Buy me a beer.
The Fox Theatre show from 10/18/72 is already represented. Here’s another classic from fall ‘72, 11/14/72 from Oklahoma City Music Hall. Excellent “Sugaree,” the best “He’s Gone,” and yet another stellar Jerry ballad in “Sing Me Back Home.”
Scott McDowell hosts The Long Rally on WFMU and tweets sometimes @longrally. He married a Deadhead.

    doomandgloomfromthetomb:

    SUMMER OF DEAD 2014: Oklahoma City Music Hall, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, November 14, 1972 

    Shake it! WFMU’s Scott McDowell takes a Summer of Dead trip back to ‘72. 

    I didn’t have a cool older brother. But my friend Joey did. Actually his older brother was an asshole who beat Joey up all the time, which was not cool at all, but Joey’s brother had tons of Dead tapes and I loved them. Joey and I were stealthy, to sneak listens, or Joey’s brother would kick his ass again while I waited in front of the TV. Constant abuse that kid endured. So much for hippies and peace and love.

    The tapes were labeled like this: Hartford ‘82, New York State Pavilion ‘69, Fillmore East ‘70, Boston Garden ‘77. I had the feeling there was an endless supply of these cassettes with their cities, their dates. We were young. The ones we could get our hands on were like gold treasure.

    I got a bit older and the important women in my life were always listening to the Grateful Dead. I was attracted to intelligent women with cute dresses and comfortable sandals, post-hippie feminist girls who would throw a punch if necessary. Girls who read Paul Bowles and Annie Dillard, liked sleeping outdoors, drank beer, could speak several languages and knit you a sweater. These women could do it all! They had toe rings. They let their armpit hair grow sometimes, but not as any kind of statement, it just happened.

    I am not original, I adore ‘72, it’s unbeatable. My way into a show is an individual song, typically a Jerry ballad: “To Lay Me Down,” “Brokedown Palace,” “Row Jimmy,” “Stella Blue,” “The Wheel,” “He was a Friend of Mine.” I’ll tell you my favorite version of each. Buy me a beer.

    The Fox Theatre show from 10/18/72 is already represented. Here’s another classic from fall ‘72, 11/14/72 from Oklahoma City Music Hall. Excellent “Sugaree,” the best “He’s Gone,” and yet another stellar Jerry ballad in “Sing Me Back Home.”

    Scott McDowell hosts The Long Rally on WFMU and tweets sometimes @longrally. He married a Deadhead.

     
  2. 00:11 20th Dec 2013

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    The Long Rally’s Favorite Records of 2013

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    NEW STUFF

    Sensate Focus - many 12” records - Editions Mego

    Les Conversions - Les Conversions - Kelippah

    Endless Boogie - Long Island - No Quarter

    Little Black Egg - Buzzard’s Bed - Egon

    Brian Chase - Drums & Drones - Pogus

    v/a - Songs for the North Country - Sahel Sounds

    Roscoe Mitchell - Duets with Tyshawn Sorey and Special Guest Hugh Ragin - Wide Hive

    Eat Skull - Eat Skull III - Woodsist

    Mary Halvorson Septet - Illusionary Sea - Firehouse12

    v/a - L.I.E.S. Presents American Noise Vol. 1 - L.I.E.S.

    Peter Kerlin Octet - Salamander - Innova

    David Grubbs - The Plain Where the Palace Stood - Drag City

    Body/Head - Coming Apart - Matador

    Golden Gunn - Golden Gunn - 3lobed

    Chris Corsano & Bill Orcutt - The Raw and the Cooked - Palilalia

    Jon Collin - High Peak Selections - Winebox Press

    Tom Rainey Trio - Camino Cielo Echo - Intakt

    Mike Pride - Drummer’s Corpse - AUM Fidelity

    Body/Gate/Head - Glare Luring Yo - Feeding Tube

    Cian Nugent & the Cosmos - Born with the Caul - No Quarter

    Mind Over Mirrors - When the Rest are Up at Four - Immune

    Daniel Bachman - Jesus I’m a Sinner - Tompkins Square

    Pyramidion - split with Bong - At War with False Noise

    Chris Forsyth & the Solar Motel Band - Solar Motel - Paradise of Bachelors

    Èlg - La Chimie - SDZ

    Good Area - French Antarctica - KYE

    Green Glass - Green Glass - Oakhill 

    Ashley Paul - Line the Clouds - rel records

    The Necks - OPEN - Northern Spy

    Charles Waters Quartet - Chroma Colossus - Amish

    Pelt Part Wild Gate - Hung on Sunday - MIE

    Desert Heat - Cat Mask at Huggie Temple - MIE

    REISSUES AND SUCH

    Toy Love - Live at the Gluepot 1980 - Goner

    Luc Ferrari - Presque Rien - Recollection GRM

    v/a - Change the Beat/The Celluloid Records Story 1979-87 - Strut

    Terry Riley & Don Cherry - Live Koln 1975

    Big Boys - Where’s my Towel/Industry Standard - Modern Classics Recordings

    Eleventh Dream Day - New Moodio - Comedy Minus One

    Townes Van Zandt - Sunshine Boy - Omnivore

    William Parker - Flute Songs - AUM Fidelity

    Mammane Sani et Son Orgue - La Musique Electronique du Niger - Sahel Sounds/Mississippi

    Os Mutantes - The Sixth Finger: Singles, Rarities and Outakes 1965-1968

     
  3. 16:29 4th Oct 2012

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Sue Tompkins *

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    Sue Tompkins *

     
  6. 16:28

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Sue Tompkins at Micky Schubert
     
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Sue Tompkins at Micky Schubert
Untitled, 2012

    ifthisisawoman:

    Sue Tompkins at Micky Schubert

    Untitled, 2012

     
  8. 16:25

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Sue Tompkins
“Untitled”, typewriter on paper, 31,8 x 22 cm, 2007

    whevva:

    Sue Tompkins

    “Untitled”, typewriter on paper, 31,8 x 22 cm, 2007

     
  9. 16:24

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Sue Tompkins | Untitled, 2011

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    Sue Tompkins | Untitled, 2011

     
  10. 16:24

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Sue Tompkins | Untitled, 2011

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    Sue Tompkins | Untitled, 2011

     
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Sue Tompkins | Untitled, 2011

    utilities:

    Sue Tompkins | Untitled, 2011

     
  12. 16:24

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Sue Tompkins at The Modern Institute
     
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Sue Tompkins
Frieze 2011

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    Sue Tompkins

    Frieze 2011

     
  14. Eliane Radigue interview from Frieze Magazine, Oct 2011. http://www.frieze.com/issue/article/surround-sound/

    Eliane Radigue interview from Frieze Magazine, Oct 2011. http://www.frieze.com/issue/article/surround-sound/