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"marquee moon" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:59 min | 8 months ago

"marquee moon" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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"marquee moon" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:27 min | 8 months ago

"marquee moon" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Man i'm i'm really into that guitar work. Yeah did i'm going to quote someone who who wrote an article on this album back in ninety six many of Lanes solos at first. Listen make you feel that. A real risk is being taken and that if he doesn't come up with a killer idea out of nowhere the rifts will just peter out or noodle about and never resolve. That's kind of goes along with the nightmarish quality of the style of guitar. Work like it makes you feel uneasy and like kind of like they're saying is he's taking risks with his approach to guitar. Solos in it's it. You feel like you're listening to someone improvise on the spot. You know yeah. I love it. It definitely has that kind of sporadic. Yeah it's probably it probably is improv dino yeah so that was part of their repertoire was improvisation but even if it sounds spontaneous they've got these set of rules in place for where they go with their guitar work. You know kind of like You know those those the garage rock revival groups The like the strokes and balkans you know these are bands that are extremely well practiced and rehearsed and you know they have perfected their craft. All right so. I got one more song for us from marquee moon. This is track five on the record and this one is called elevation.

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"marquee moon" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:59 min | 8 months ago

"marquee moon" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"So right off the bat with this opening track the thing about television and marquee moon. That's different than punk rock in this era and in bands like that. They've got like this dual guitar. Kinda thing going on you know. It's definitely like more structured and more complex than like the super simple power chords right. It makes me think of Thin lizzy a little bit. Boys are back in town. Came out in seventy six as well. So i i think this might have been the just kinda. What touted Winded marquee moon. Come out seventy seven twenty. We seven so. I mean yeah you know. It's not like thin lizzy popularized dual the tar. No i wish. I knew who popularized to be honest with you. So i'm going to quote someone here real quick from the new york times. This was an article that was written in seventy eight By a journalist named john rockwell. He says this is two guitar band. But unlike most such groups the two don't normally engage in furious. Improvisation tori faceoffs. There are improvisations and television. but such spontaneity occurs Within set rules generally one guitarist plays a subsidiary role within a given song and the other solos although the nature of the quote rhythm guitar figuration is often so unusual as to define the sound of the song. So that's what i was saying earlier like. You can't really put one player as the rhythm guitar and the other as the lead guitar because even the rhythm guitar section can define the sound of the song. Yeah sure almost like the math rock. Sound that we've talked about before with bands like foles and interpol stuff. Like that sure will be q. Because of curious. I i found an article. Real quick on the sort of the origins of dual guitar harmonies like it goes back to the forty s but where it caught on big time as far as like rock and blues and stuff was the yardbirds which would be of course jeff beck and jimmy page okay. So they go. You know to guitar. God's really right yeah jeff. Beg jimmy dovish li like god status. As far as the guitar world is concerned. It makes sense that they would do deal guitar work together because they are both such tremendous guitar players. You know you can't have one just kind of fade into the background so anyway That was in sixty six back when the sixties when the yardbirds were doing that. So it's no surprise that like the the funny thing about television and like the way that they're doing like like you said they kind of do a guitar stuff as it's more they don't have the the distortion cranked up or the dean cranked happy. Now it's not a it's not it doesn't sound like a like hard rock song you know and that goes back to like that less like stepping away from like rock quote unquote and punk and going a little bit more like alternative you know. Yeah it's like a step towards all their alternative sound talking heads and whatnot. Sorta started to define the one thing. I read that i thought was interesting. You know this punk rock scene was emerging in new york city in the late seventies and both blondie and the ramones released their first albums in seventy six and television. Although they had the material they kind of took their time with their first release and they didn't drop marquee moon until seventy seven so this you know. Punk rock sound was already out in mainstream. I guess you know with with these albums from the ramones blondie and then television just drops this album in seventy seven and just changes everything even just a year later like this is what this sound can be So yeah that that's that's the thing man. This is like both sides of that punk rock. Like i was saying you got the ramones and blondie You know with the more simple approach. You know power chords simple eric's and then you've got the more complex bands like television and talking heads You know with influences in surf. Rock like i covered a couple of weeks back with like dick dale and the ventures. And that's i mean that's to me is what is what's so cool. What's so cool about this garage. Rock punk rock style of of rock music. Like i was saying earlier. I didn't even think about television as as abandoned that would be put in the punk rock category. But i would say they're way more punk rock than talking heads everywhere. It's the improv. Sounding more complex jazz kind of music that can get puts them away from punk rock for me because i think of punk rock i think more about that. The more simple ramones just like the most like obvious example. Yeah ramones early bands like the sex pistols. Yes sure what i would. I would say that. The tom lanes voice sounds more punk than than let's say David burns voice. You know one of the reasons that talking heads like nobody knew where to how to label them is because of how like experimental in like different. David burns vocal stylings were. That's what made them stand out..

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"marquee moon" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:07 min | 8 months ago

"marquee moon" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"And welcome to no filler. The music podcast dedicated to sharing the often overlooked hidden gyms that fill the space between the singles on our favorite records. My name is quentin. Got my brother travis with me as always and today we are covering television's debut album marquee moon which came out in nineteen seventy seven. So we've been kind of hanging out in the garage. Rock punk rock vein for the last month or so. What do you know about this banded. The first time. I heard about these guys. I was reading about spoons influences and they were mentioned as an influence of of brit bre daniel. And that's when. I like kind of dug. In you. Know listen to marquee moon and all icon staff. Just know that these guys are super influential to punk to host. You know yeah these guys were just right there. Like in the moment in new york city in the late seventies when you know punk rock emerged at least in new york city And i'm going to try my hardest not to dive too much into this today. Because i want to cover this in more depth next week for our sidetrack but alongside the ramones. Blondie television was one of the the like one of the bands that put the music venue. Cbgb's on the map as far as like for the punk rock scene in that time in new york city and the thing about television. Is you know if you think you think about bands like i mean. Blondie the ramones like yeah. They're punk rock. But they're like that simple form of punk you know which is part of like a defining that is what punk rock is but television. What made them different. And i'm going to quote someone here for some goddamn reason. I didn't give this person credit. When i pasted this quote into my notes on. I tried to find digging. They couldn't. I don't know who said this. But the thing that made television different and specifically album marquee moon is that you know this album abandoned. Contemporary punk rock's power chords in favor of rock and jazz inspired interplay with melodic lions and counter melodies. I think that's what makes television and marquee moon so special dude like this album is just full of like what feels like improv. Jazz kind of moments you know. that's to me. What makes marquee moon such a important album in genre. So is there anything. The mentions his voice as far as like was he was he kind of the first to do to do that. Sound with his voice the more like it more lazy. I guess because we've talked about how how that was kind of us style of some of those in the post punk revival bands like the strokes and and whatnot. Yeah back in seventy seven a couple months after the release of marquee moon This guy that writes for rolling stone was reviewing the album. And he said tom ver- lane which is the lead singer and will will name off the roster and a bit He says tom for lane sings all his verses like an chicken being strangled. I mean he's all over the place. Dude yeah oh that's kind of funny though. It does sound like he's crying out like last gasp of air as he's being strangled. Yeah is that what you mean. As far as like his voice. Yeah sure it's it's kind of all over the place. It's not very Melodic you know. Yeah sounds very Almost like tortured you know. Will i sort of those. Like you know sporadic kind of like wales off key moments and stuff like that you know. Yeah yeah and i think the thing that stands out for me so for one like lou diving into this album in the history and all that and the history behind television. I wouldn't put them in the punk rock category. So that goes along with you know when we talked about talking heads and recovered their album. Talking heads seventy seven talking heads are right there with these guys at cbgb's at the ground floor dude. That's crazy man. Yeah it's yeah. It's interesting that you talk about. You know blondy hormones television talking heads like you couldn't get like like they're so different all four of them but the all You know have punk rock as sort of like the base layer you know. Yeah they're also thrown into the art punk category. And you know this brings me back to that band that i covered for one of my side tracks when i was flying solo for a bit there. The soft boys. You know like it's punk but it's equal parts like blues and psychedelia. You know it's something different. I want to quote someone here. Real quick from this Tell the it's a it's a fan site For television if you go to the website it looks like it's right out of like nine hundred ninety eight like geo cities shed but it's a super fan and The way he puts it marquee moon changed the way. I thought about music about the way it was created the way it was played and the way it sounded. Forget the way it should sound. It was like a new musical world or the old one twisted inside out. It was energy and brains and power and beauty. So i'm going to name off the roster real quick and then we'll just go ahead and jump right into our first clip so We've got tom for lane. He's the lead singer songwriter. He plays guitar. And we've got richard lloyd who also plays guitar and notice. I said they're both just guitar. I didn't say one was lead. One was rhythm. They bounced back and forth off each other. You know one will do a solo. The other one will do solo and even like the rhythm guitar. Sections of each song is complex enough that that that part like is almost a defining guitar part of like. They both have very significant parts as guitar players in each song on this album. And then you've got billy fico on drums fred smith on bass now. That's the band. That's television wants marquee. Moon came along. There was another guy named. Richard hell who also was kind of like a co singer songwriter and he played bass but he left the band early. On the reason i mention him is. Because i'm going to bring him up again next week on our sidetrack.

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"marquee moon" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:38 min | 8 months ago

"marquee moon" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Welcome to no filler. I'm quinton and i'm travis and it's overdid we're done without jimbo and removing on to post punk. Maybe some new wave going back our back to our comfort zone here. Yeah added car wheelhouse. And yeah we're gonna kick it off with a look back at one of our episodes from twenty nineteen where we covered televisions album from nineteen seventy seven marquee moon and man. What an album. These guys changed everything did they. Are the reason like the precursor to all the bands that we loved in the two thousand eighteen. Oh oh yeah man and not to mention. You know the the band's inbetween inbetween there too obviously but like television in this. This record is like the the ancestor to the strokes interpol and all that stuff and yet like you said we're probably talk about this in in this episode. But we do. Yeah so we thought it'd be a great way to just kind of kick things off. Get us into this awesome like art punk post punk kinda mindset And they were they were playing right alongside talking heads at cbgb's in the late seventies but we can dive into things that were going on in new york around this time You know with just kind of like the evolution of of rock at the time really really interesting stuff. And i'm sure we're going to dive into this even more when we cover talking heads next week. So yeah i was gonna say that that'll be good a good segue because talking heads. Their first gig was opening for the ramones. Cbgb's added nine hundred seventy five. So yeah this is. This is all in the same circles rate the same kind of like art punk post punk avant rock. You know whatever you wanna call it and we're gonna talk about Talking heads record remain in light which you know came out a little bit later but yeah this is a is a good way to kick off because it feels it feels like television must kind of like this hill were abandoned album right especially when we look back on it now yet. They ditched his power chords and just broadens really really interesting almost like math racan guitar the way that they they're dual guitar was really really different. we dive into all that. So let's without further ado. We're just gonna fade us into the episode right from the beginning. Emerald shout at your next week when we talk about remain in light from talking heads so again. This is our episode.

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"marquee moon" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

02:05 min | 9 months ago

"marquee moon" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"marquee moon" Discussed on Chris and Rick Talk Guitars

Chris and Rick Talk Guitars

07:17 min | 11 months ago

"marquee moon" Discussed on Chris and Rick Talk Guitars

"It so at the end guitar players are pretty conservative. So soon as he starts strain and gibson's you know this this bunch you start straying from just about this guitar plug in sounding like you know they i mean. They kept repeatedly trying to get like active. Pickups or low will be biden's pickups and all kinds of shit like that electron ix. What were those. What were those guitars. The jeez i can't remember is kinda like blah they were kinda like blobs like blobby. explorer oriented rb artists owns already. Either artist had the active electronic lows and they put him in. There was three thirty five. That had the currency. We're just trying to make people like them and they didn't know just guitar that you plug in. We'll take care of everything when it comes out of the guitar wanna will handle that exude but that said the baritone. I think is pretty cool. Just i mean it looks. Great on guitar is such a piece of its era and it functions. I mean you can take around with you want. So that's very cool. Well did the scratch. The itch of the berthier guitar pretty Definitely did yeah you know it. I mean it's really for me to get a really really cool guitar like this for my birthday. It's just never going to happen. It's like i want to be able to take this guitar junkie shoes and not worry about it. Yeah gonna worry about it because at worry about any guitar ahead with me. But it's not like i'm gonna lose a twenty thousand dollar guitar or something like that. So yeah i mean it has to be playable. I don't want any guitars than playable by playable. They need to giggle. And you know any to be able to record with them. Take him out of the house. Anything i can't do that with. I really have no interest in. Yeah that's cool. is this one feels. It looks like real vintage guitar. But it's yeah you're not gonna be freaking out acting like it's so precious like a fucking thousand guitar. I thirty thousand. That's cool man. Yeah what have you been playing lately. Even plants in qatar. What kind of instrument are you bonding with hanging out bonding with my les paul. Classic man the honey burst. it's started. it's got that sinn neck. Yeah i've really reacquainting myself with tara. It's so funny. Because i hadn't played in a long time it's been at gyms you know has been at the house then. I kind of picked it up when i was out there for practice. One night and dan. That thing is cool. I dig it. It's heavy but it's you know you you. I don't mind it The neck is relief. Thin profile super cool. Yeah i use that for rehearsal once when it was down at a space. Did you dig it out for riffa entire. That was great. I was like i really wanted it. I had hard time putting it back. Almost just took it selects Do you need a chiropractor after after planet. I don't have a problem with heavy guitars. I don't remember that being heavy is probably what nine pounds or something right on your cars. 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Which is cool. I totally appreciate that man. But i just never i i have friends. Who like their their rush. And they don't get rush does but i will say on of similar songs are just undeniable like in the context of like film or something when they play as a backdrop. I'd like i love them. But i bought that record knows collecting records intra Even after all these years wanted fragile or tails of of graphic oceans and I couldn't make it through. Glad i just. They're just they're like somebody else that you know for me like nick cave or something exactly but i just don't connect with for some reason. Whatever gap interrupted you when you had to forget what it was gonna stay man. Oh we'll just steve how man that that dude. Yeah i just love listening to play man. He's he's so out there but it was great. So that's so. I've been kind of doing that. You know just kind of like plan a little guitar. Here and there in the numb listening to Reacquainting myself with guitar player is an engine music. In general that. I haven't listened to a long time on television. I was listening to the marquee moon album again. God that's good a pretty good record. It's damn good of even listening to new music or reacquaint as my biggest downfall. That's why i don't haven't written song in like three years younger. I don't make timeless records. And i got to get over it because my thing is i can't just record on like were clean a house. I wanted sit there. And listen to it and i haven't had that current time lately but i think if i need to surround myself with music for even if i do say all right. I'm not gonna sit here.

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"marquee moon" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"marquee moon" Discussed on KCRW

"Well, that's about as close to feeling like you're the live show is I can get right now. Luna doing televisions Classic Marquee Moon I man lit. You are listening to member supported KCRW, Santa Monica, Los Angeles coming up news headlines from NPR and then sort of a continuation of that track. Life from NPR News in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has revised its corona virus related quarantine periods. MPR's Rob Stein reports. The CDC says some people can shorten the amount of time they quarantine after coming into possible exposure. The CDC says 14 days of quarantine is still the safest way to reduce the risk of spreading the Corona virus, but the CDC says people could reduce that to 10 days if they never develop any symptoms during that period. And even cut. It's a just a week if they test negative after seven days, those options air slightly riskier, but the city's he says the increased risk could be offset by more people complying. The CDC is also urging people not to travel over the holidays, but says if they have to travel, they should get tested 123 days before they leave and 3 to 5 days after they return. Rob Stein. NPR NEWS New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio was putting out in urgent call for blood donations as the Corona virus pandemic worsens. NPR's Sally, her ship says hospitals and other medical facilities are reporting critical shortages. Hospitalization rates in New York are soaring due to the Corona virus. But at the same time the city is down to just three day supply of blood. That's about half of what the mayor says New York needs. So the city has launched an appeal to try to get New Yorkers to donate, and it's even offering prizes like a tour of the Empire State Building. DiBlasio says The goal is to get 25,000 New Yorkers to donate NPR's Sally Her ships reporting retired NASA astronaut Mark Kelly will be sworn in as Arizona's newest Democratic senator today. And Giles from member station. Cage's reports, Kelly defeated Republican Senator Martha McSally in a special election that determined who would finish the term of the late Senator John McCain. Now that the election results in Arizona have been certified, Kelly is eligible to be sworn in immediately. Kelly's victory means both of Arizona's U. S. Senators will be Democrats for the first time since the 19 fifties. Democrat Kiersten Cinema also defeated make Sally two years ago in the race for Arizona's other Senate seat make. Sally was later appointed to the seat Kelly just one Kelly, swearing in also means the Republican majority in the Senate will shrink by one vote. For NPR News. I'm Ben Giles and Phoenix President Elected Joe Biden will hold a virtual roundtable today, with workers and small business owners taking a hit from the Corona virus pandemic. Today's meeting follows the formal introduction of Biden's economic policy team on Tuesday..

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"marquee moon" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

Music in Motion Columbus

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"marquee moon" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

"Ninety eight were high in hued numbers six miles to chicago. We got a full tank of gas half a pack of cigarettes. It's dark and we're wearing sunglasses. While kids. this week were Making the trek up north. That would would say. But north one of seventy one interstate. Seventy one anyway Our guest this week. Our band that i met last year. And they're fantastic fan fantastic group of guys As the top poppins. But it's mike baker. Tom and marquee moon walking to the show. Thanks for heaven's thanks. It was it was. It was a last minute thing with with with marketing. I gotta hold him a couple of days ago bail my ass out and he delivered sorry later after demand right. I you know i want to ask. You is know who. Who do we blame for coming up with the name. The top did poppins baker. I mike baker and guitarist call tarts. Don't call them. Guitars is the fourth best guitarist in this band. So he's the alphabet. I'm of the tar user. I wouldn't exactly call myself a guitar player. I think that's more precise jury even better at it than i am. I on eighty four fender stratocaster guitar series. Exactly how. Mike described himself to me when we when the band started so. I don't lie yup. Well you know it's worthless thanks to where there's very few bands and this is not a not a dig on you at all said. Don't don't think that way. But there's very few bands that the the primary vocalist or the lead vocalist of the band is also. The lead guitarist is a actor. The best the best one ever that i ever able to that play lead guitar. Ian sing coherently was alvin lee Of ten years after. Oh yeah. I'll tell you how i got into guitar was arizona thirties and a friend of mine called me up. She was moving her name stare. She was moving to europe and she had a guitar. And she's like. I want you to buy this guitar. I got gary this star. You need to buy guitar. So i got guitar and i kind of just sat down with it and somebody showed me how to play three bar chords and drank a bottle of whisky with a ramones record and learned to play like owns quiring minds. Day the no non white witch ramones record was i remember. Remember what ramones records ramones. Records are pretty much the same. No no i beg to differ on it anyway. I beg to differ on Within like then like four weeks. I was the guitar player in sleazy jesus and the splatter pigs and i've never learned anything since then so now reese up run right guys down. It's accurate playing. Your instrument is so overrated insist such a necessary skill nowadays. Yeah nowadays it's like they have everything in the studio dixon. Even you're welcome. Have the engineer player guitar for. There is something to be said about trump rock bands. That are not necessarily all have proficient with their instruments because to me that raw sound has such an urgency to well. That's that's pretty much. How the punk scene started right like suddenly recording was available to people and and all these people had something say started doing it. I guess it was one of the things. Obviously not as prevalent As as today with the digital technology Still cost a pretty penny to go into orange studio. But you know back then. You had to least have practiced the songs somewhat. Anyone can play them. Live and you know mushy would be electric eels. It couldn't just Now you go in there and and and you do one or two takes in on to the next one and away. You go sometimes. I think Today with the digital technology everything gets a little bit too over produced Just my humble opinion but you know what. This is a podcast. We really should probably place. Music morgan. Be playing by songs. Today kids all from The tufted poppins most recent album old loud and puppy released in two thousand nineteen. We're gonna kick everything off with the leadoff track from that album. The strongest messing up my mind. The band is the tufted poppins. And you're listening to.

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"marquee moon" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"marquee moon" Discussed on KCRW

"Before mystery of television to improve it from the perfect from start to finish album marquee moon fanatic you need that one hurry before television was deluded on and Kate clover clover a track called when will I hold you again and that's from the band camp site of Dion looted on it's a download you've you name your price and the proceeds go to a great charity for that we are going to spin the hard drive and come back with great music so please stay tuned Santa Monica college offers transferable online summer classes to help you continue on your path to college success and at forty six dollars a unit for far less than the cost of a four year university it's an affordable education that can take you to a UC or CSU get ahead the smart way with Santa Monica college number one in transfers to UCLA USC and the UC system learn more and in the role for summer at SMC dot EDU fanatic we are back and we are back yet again with more new music this was sent to me I'm forgetting what label this sent to me my apologies but his new music by that's cool band the straw the peas and this truck was sent to me as a truck called look alive radio edit from I guess a forthcoming release hopefully this year so right now new music by strop is this is look alive the to get it and help out these causes you can just go to Dion looted on at band camp and find it for yourself right now diluted on and Kate clover this is when will I hold you again it is in order to C. no and stay dot with C. chance competence since thank to can the fifty Cinetic.

"marquee moon" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"marquee moon" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

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"marquee moon" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"marquee moon" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

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"marquee moon" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"marquee moon" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

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"marquee moon" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"marquee moon" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

"I can honestly say I was free. You know I I hadn't fall more enthusiasm when I'm vicious like Dick Talent. The three of you went on a big boozy bender. And came up with the name dodgy. What was the story behind that? Okay so I think was said Yeah I mean when I was younger I sort of got I mean I I was obliged him. I wasn't very punk rock and I was a kid, so it wasn't very the jokes running by the you know, Everyone Choi looseness in once or twice. But instead but L. Hadn't done anything and then one of my friends. You tried magic mushrooms and often relied mushrooms, and said that was and I was about fourteen fifteen, and it had a massive effects of me. In a sort of I've often thought that sometimes that you know an experienced things of that they in some ways. Pau of US arrested your development arrests for the moment you take a stay in a paw of your psyche, but another part of your brain is opened up. When would stay closed? Said, so you have this. 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"marquee moon" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

16:29 min | 2 years ago

"marquee moon" Discussed on KCRW

"Hi and let the world around us is changing every day so like he's here W. beer constant let's use this time together to gather around our love for music dance party breaks going of course with some forgotten classics alongside some new tracks recent guest on morning becomes eclectic Neil Francis has a new song share with us plus the London based you oh sorry and the latest from guerrillas join me tomorrow for morning becomes eclectic weekdays at nine right here on K. C. R. W. you yeah share full yeah thank this you can be his dating KCRW my name is Travis wholesome plus not all the hits tonight this is television with marquee moon this weird from novel spelled Alfa Alfa.

"marquee moon" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

16:35 min | 2 years ago

"marquee moon" Discussed on KCRW

"By honorary chair Maria Shriver and created by Brent would school girls for young women everywhere special guest speakers will inspire young women in grades seven through twelve to take charge of their future in positive ways for more information visit B. W. S. campus dot com slash it's our turn Hey it's Josh barro it's crunch time for the presidential primaries and it could all come down to the fourteen crucial states including California will vote on super Tuesday to join us to get ready come out to the broad stage in Santa Monica for left right and center super Thursday live before you vote join us as we break down the the presidential race and you'll get our supplies get provocative dialogue about whatever other news break so we got to be something the shows on Thursday February twenty get your tickets now at KCRW dot com slash LRC live see you there the to me give me with me what is that I'll stop saying you still bid yeah share what thank you I don't know and then thank the yeah in the mix here on morning becomes eclectic with television see no evil for marquee moon you heard Devo with whippets on classic gang of four in there with damaged goods TV on the radio France Ferdinand doing an LCD cover of all my friends and new order kicked off that mix my name is a second one let's get to today's top tune it's a track by Dario and it's entitled low light in this space damn damn damn damn so no this is we can't the guy thank you for that so mention three we don't think everything is everything is light light about this like we would dance until the morning step into my room in the house instruct the so that we can send you coupled sometimes Robert Khan come that's great so the list has that the I mean in the morning this maybe a few photos the method of yeah when he becomes eclectic with today's top tune are you out of and.

"marquee moon" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"marquee moon" Discussed on KCRW

"And that was trading on more ever slightly more familiar Graham, one of my favorite warm weather listens. I dunno works in cold weather too. But it just occurs to me that the first New York dolls album called New York dolls produced by the the brainiac. Todd Rundgren this occurs to me that it's a warm weather. Listen, I don't know. But it just does. And it's a perfect album from start to finish as you're probably well aware, what am I favored tracks on it? You just heard it's called Vietnamese baby phonetic, you might be a little young. Or you might be listening been listening in a different part of the record store for a while. You might not have heard I know, you know, who the New York dolls are. But you might not have checked out there. First classic album that one it's like Elliott by Johnny thunders and the Heartbreakers or marquee moon by television that is to say. You got to hear it all the way through at least once and see if it's for you, not one or two songs, they really broke a lot of ground. And so I think you you should you should check that one out from start to finish. It's it'd be good for you before New York dolls read channel, Ben I know nothing about yet by really like the record from the crazy diamonds EP your detract, cold giver, Grena spin, the hard-driving come back with new music by our good Powell and sonic ally. One kid Congo. So stay tuned. Hi, Jason Bentley in four decades of owning become eclectic you've heard legendary sessions broadcast live from our humble basements studios. Now, the legacy continues.

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