Re: Adam Kotsko funked your mother.

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Sweet! 'Bout time! I totally have a concept to implement, later tonight.


Posted by: Sifu Tweety | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 8:37 AM
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I totally have a concept to implement

If you know what I mean.

later tonight

Yeah, I might should stop posting these first thing in the morning, while everybody's at work.


Posted by: apostropher | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 8:39 AM
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Gives your mom a good head start that way.


Posted by: Sifu Tweety | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 8:41 AM
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Gives your mom a good head start that way.

Who, Kotsko?


Posted by: apostropher | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 8:43 AM
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What are the chances that Kotsko licks the Cyrillic alphabet?


Posted by: SomeCallMeTim | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 8:47 AM
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2: Yeah... Knew I should've started on that dubstep mix earlier, since I've got a very busy few days ahead (busy outside of work, that is, and of course making mixes is deprecated a fireable offense at work).


Posted by: Po-Mo Polymath | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 8:47 AM
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The Apostropher's unipolar domination of funk mixes is one of the most serious threats to world peace today. Uploading a countermeasure.


Posted by: DS | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 8:51 AM
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7: hah! Also my concept!


Posted by: Sifu Tweety | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 8:53 AM
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Hooray!


Posted by: apostropher | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 8:53 AM
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I'll get in on that. Coming soon: baby mix! Made from real babies.


Posted by: Wrongshore | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 9:04 AM
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Well, that blows my plan to keep my Google search results under control.


Posted by: Adam Kotsko | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 9:15 AM
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Actually, this mix is something of a tribute to Unfunkked; I happened across the raw material for it when I was doing an Image search for The Chicago Gangsters. Complete with CD cover!

The Total Experience
1. Matrix - Dizzy Gillespie
2. Sport - Lightnin' Rod
3. Bold Soul Sister - Ike & Tina Turner
4. Your Mama Wants Ya Back - Betty Davis
5. Dear Limmertz - Azymuth
6. Nautilus - Bob James
7. Celestial Blues - Gary Bartz Nu Troop
8. Smokin' Cheeba Cheeba - Harlem Underground Band
9. Hang Up Your Hang Ups - Herbie Hancock
10. Darkest Light - Lafayette Afro-Rock Band
11. Corey Died On The Battlefield - The Wild Magnolias
12. Every Time He Comes Around - Minnie Riperton
13. Dirty Red - The Fabulous Counts
14. Fat City Strut - Mandrill
15. Candido's Funk - Candido
16. September 13 - Deodato

In two files, here and here.

Following up with a more-than-funk mix in a little bit.


Posted by: DS | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 9:34 AM
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Whoooo-eee, 12 looks awesome.


Posted by: Sifu Tweety | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 9:36 AM
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12: Sweeeet.


Posted by: apostropher | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 9:43 AM
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This is what happens if you listen to too much Unfunkked.

Here Comes My Baby

All babies, all the time! In honor of my spawning friends.

Here Comes My Baby, Yo La Tengo
Ooh Baby, Pamoja
Just Like A Baby, Sly & The Family Stone
Baby Be Mine, Michael Jackson
Baby (1971), Os Mutantes
Yeah Baby, The Fondas
Since You've Been Gone (Sweet Sweet Baby), Aretha Franklin
Banana Split For My Baby, Louis Prima
Baby One More Time (Cover), Fountains of Wayne
Test Tube Baby/Shoot 'Em Down, Morphine
Be My Baby, The Ronettes
Bye Bye Baby, The Detroit Cobras
Gee, Baby, I Ain't Good to You, Oscar Moore & Nat 'King' Cole
Baby I'm A Star, Prince
Heh Baby Heh, Greg Brown
I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby, Dolly Parton
My Baby Just Cares For Me, Nina Simone
One For My Baby, Frank Sinatra
Please Call Me, Baby, Tom Waits
Stick With Me Baby, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss
Sweet Baby, Macy Gray Feat. Erykah Badu
Baby, Jennifer Nash
Baby Mine, Bonnie Raitt

Note: these songs are not all about actual babies.


Posted by: Wrongshore | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 10:07 AM
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Some are about fictional babies.


Posted by: ben w-lfs-n | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 10:30 AM
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And in some, "baby" is used as a form of address for adult women.


Posted by: ben w-lfs-n | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 10:31 AM
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doing an Image search for The Chicago Gangsters

It's a great cover.


Posted by: apostropher | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 10:48 AM
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17: or adult men.


Posted by: Sifu Tweety | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 10:49 AM
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Slightly OT, since this isn't a mix:

I have an unsequenced zip file containing music posted on my blog through 7/20, along with accompanying track list and guide.


Posted by: NickS | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 10:54 AM
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The last few days, I keep getting unfamiliar songs on my iTunes - the crop of No! songs from Sifu and Wrongshore from a couple months back. The funny thing is that I'll think WTF? but then, before I can check to see what it is, I'll notice that they keep singing "no."


Posted by: JRoth | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 11:04 AM
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20: Nice looking stuff, NickS.


Posted by: JRoth | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 11:05 AM
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Awesome, Apo. I'll be out on the bike for a while, and now I have some new tunes to listen to.

The rest of you assholes will have to wait until I get back and have funked all your daddies.


Posted by: bitchphd | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 11:49 AM
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DS, I'm about 2/3 of the way through The Total Experience and am loving it. I'm interested by how different the overall feel of it is from the Unf ones, but I'm having trouble putting my finger on what that difference is, exactly ("less southern, more jazzy" is true but doesn't quite capture it). Maybe after it rides around in my car for a while.


Posted by: apostropher | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 11:50 AM
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Love the album cover in 18. Oddly enough, I never did find that in my Image search.

Here and here is the more-than-funk mix promised earlier:

Weird Instruments of Science.
1. "Probe Away!" (Dialogue)
2. Deceptacon - Le Tigre
3. Whoo! - The Rapture
4. Working in the Coal Mine - Devo
5. Paper Planes (Original Mix) - M.I.A.
6. Paranoid Android - Easy Star All-Stars feat. Kirsty Rock
7. Do Dub Up Your Fight - King Jammy
8. Days and Daze - Romanowski
9. Reach Us - Joey Chavez
10. Insecure Drum - Mux Mool
11. California Soul (Diplo/Mad Decent Remix) - Marlena Shaw
12. Real Thing - Erykah Badu
13. The Healer (Hip Hop Mix) - Erykah Badu feat. Pharoahe Monche
14. Up Again - The RZA
15. Many Phases - Musab
16. Daytona 500 - Ghostface Killah
17. Feelin' Jack - Shawn Jackson
18. Invincible Deuce - Ypsi feat. Buff 1 Sun & PL
19. She Can Be So Cold - Pacewon & Mr. Green

24: Excellent, glad you like it. Yeah, it's condensed out of a seven-volume set called "Pulp Fusion" which leans toward the jazz/instrumental side of things, so that's probably the difference you're hearing.


Posted by: DS | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 12:02 PM
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5. Paper Planes (Original Mix) - M.I.A.

Weird, I totally already had this song stuck in my head.


Posted by: Sifu Tweety | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 12:05 PM
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I would like to make a mix, but in order to make it uploadable/downloadable, do I have to basically make a copy of every song just so I can change the "album/track number" information and it will go in the right order? That seems like it shouldn't be necessary. Also, then I end up with 2 copies of each song in the iTunes library.


Posted by: CN | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 12:07 PM
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26: It's designed for that, I think.


Posted by: DS | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 12:09 PM
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27: you can copy the songs out of iTunes into a folder, and then use an id3 editor (like this one) to change the information without reïmporting the tracks into iTunes.


Posted by: Sifu Tweety | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 12:10 PM
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28: it is catchy as all get out. Have you heard the DFA remix?


Posted by: Sifu Tweety | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 12:10 PM
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That's what I do, but I'm led to believe including an .m3u file will also do the trick.


Posted by: apostropher | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 12:11 PM
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27: I make redundant copies of the songs I use, since I don't necessarily want them permanently associated with such-and-such mix in my song library. I quite like it when people edit the album and track number tags in their mixes; makes them easier to find later and the sequencing easier to reproduce.


Posted by: DS | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 12:11 PM
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30: From one of your mixes, as it happens.


Posted by: DS | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 12:12 PM
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33: ah! Go figure.


Posted by: Sifu Tweety | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 12:13 PM
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Further to 29, make sure you use the right tag editor. Avoid STAMP, which I've discovered will -- about a third of the time -- delete the codecs from files it edits and render them unplayable.


Posted by: DS | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 12:14 PM
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26, 28: It was a really slow starter for me. When I first got Kala, I thought it was only a middling track on the album. But then Diplo kept using it in DJ mixes and his live sets (probably because it's the one track he produced on the album), and it really caught on after I'd heard it several times. Now that song choice alone make me smile at the Pineapple Express previews.


Posted by: Po-Mo Polymath | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 12:16 PM
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Looks like it's up to eight volumes now. This Wild Magnolias track is smoking.


Posted by: apostropher | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 12:18 PM
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I'd link to two mixes I recently made as mood music for a Vampire game I'm running set in Nashville but they'd be way, way down-tempo and emo in comparison to the funk on display. I'll simply recommend, instead, that if the existence of a subgenre called "cemetery & western" comes as an intriguing surprise to one, as it did to me, that one check out an artist called Jay Munly who writes and sings some really excellent songs about horrifying experiences in lonely hills.


Posted by: Robust McManlyPants | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 12:20 PM
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they'd be way, way down-tempo and emo in comparison

I don't know why that would stop you.


Posted by: apostropher | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 12:21 PM
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Now that song choice alone make me smile at the Pineapple Express previews.

Yup.

The DFA remix is getting tons of DJ play in unexpected places; shit's like an anthem track, now.


Posted by: Sifu Tweety | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 12:22 PM
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37: So it is. Excellent.

38: "Cemetery and western," you say? I think I know what you mean, but perhaps you should... upload some.


Posted by: DS | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 12:28 PM
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Hey, did any of the Californians just feel an earthquake? Felt medium-sized in our office tower.

Also, these mixes are incredibly awesome.


Posted by: Robert Halford | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 12:52 PM
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Yup. 5.8 magnitude earthquake with a center near Chino Hills at 11:40ish PST. Yikes.


Posted by: NickFranklin | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 12:55 PM
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Yeah, just saw that. No damage here at the office in WLA but that was big enough to do some harm further east.


Posted by: Robert Halford | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 12:58 PM
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No damage here in Irvine either, but it was enough to scare the crap out of me. I'm not a lifelong Californian, though.


Posted by: NickFranklin | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 1:03 PM
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OK, I don't feel they're thematically coherent or anything except in the context of weird music appropriate to a weird game, and Jay Munly is the only artist included who fits the "cemetery & western" bill, and some of them are only there as very, very obscure clues to my players (at least two of whom read Unfogged, so, ha!) but here they are:

Nashville by Night I - zip file:
1) Twilight - Antony and the Johnsons
2) Another Song About Jesus, A Wedding Sheet, And A Bowie Knife - Jay Munly
3) The Shadow Government - They Might Be Giants
4) 1001 Nights - Shad
5) Sax Quartet - Seatbelts
6) Evil Angel - Rufus Wainwright
7) A Need to Know Basis - Darkest of the Hillside Thickets
8) Careless - Drive-By Truckers
9) Too Close for Comfort - Dianne Reeves
10) Adieu - Emily Bindiger
11) Monster - The Automatic
12) Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want - Caulfield Sisters
13) Cowboys Are Frequently, Secretly Fond of Each Other - Pansy Division

Nashville by Night II - zip file:

1) Friday the 13th: The Series - Fred Mollin
2) Alone Together - Rufus Wainwright
3) Last Year's Troubles - Suzanne Vega
4) Song of the Black Lizard - Pink Martini
5) The Day the Devil - Laurie Anderson
6) Sacrificial Bonfire - XTC
7) Devil in the Business Class - Emir Kusturica & The No Smoking Orchestra
8) Kill the Lights - The Birthday Massacre
9) Love to Hate You - Erasure (at the Grand Ole Opry, acoustic)
10) The Carol of the Old Ones - HP Lovecraft Historical Society
11) Old Service Road - Jay Munly
12) Wicked Little Town - The Breeders
13) Personal Jesus - Johnny Cash


Posted by: Robust McManlyPants | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 1:04 PM
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Felt it in La Jolla, too. Funny how it goes from "Hey, is that?..." to "Hey, that's an earthquake!"


Posted by: Klug | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 1:35 PM
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Quite quaked here in Los Angeles. We had read recently on an email forward that was debunked on Snopes that doorways aren't such a good idea so we stood in the kitchen. This 'un had staying power.

iTunes FS is an app that automatically creates a file folder from your playlist, which you can then turn into an uploadable zip file. It renames the tracks with the track number in front. Very handy!

I'm very excited about these mixes, DS, Rob, Apo. Tweety by expectation.


Posted by: Wrongshore | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 2:27 PM
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I dozed off on my flight today, and dreamed that Michael Dummett was commenting on Unfogged.

(I was reading Thought and Reality when I fell asleep.)

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Posted by: zadfrack | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 2:38 PM
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48: Glad to hear you're all ok. So far sounds like no significant damage.


Posted by: soup biscuit | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 2:40 PM
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Glad to hear you're all ok.

Hey, I'm not! I died at Target!


Posted by: bitchphd | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 3:07 PM
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51: God, B, I'm so sorry to hear that. Dying at Target is so tacky.


Posted by: M/tch M/lls | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 3:28 PM
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And now she has to, like, haunt it or something. B was too classy for such a fate.

NickS, your very groovy-looking ZIP file is partly corrupted, thought you might like to know.


Posted by: DS | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 3:32 PM
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NickS, your very groovy-looking ZIP file is partly corrupted, thought you might like to know.

Oh, thanks for telling me. That's unfortunate. I'll check that and upload a new version tonight.

In the meantime, you can get to the posts with the individual songs by clicking on the "ref" link in that listing.


Posted by: NickS | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 3:35 PM
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Actually no, I'm just going to be a ghost in the machine. It had never occurred to me that this would be the way of finding out what people would say at your funeral. I should have appreciated Slack more while I was alive.


Posted by: bitchphd | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 3:36 PM
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55: Havin' a House Party to your memory, B. House parrr-tayyy... damn this is a good track.


Posted by: DS | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 3:40 PM
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Hey, if you guys have an ice cream maker, and want to know what is awesome, homemade peach ice cream is awesome. It tastes like magical creamsicles.


Posted by: Cala | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 3:47 PM
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Creamsicles are orange flavored. Although peach would be better of course.


Posted by: peter | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 3:51 PM
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The magic is that the oranges are peach-flavored. Duh.


Posted by: JRoth | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 4:14 PM
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My evening is much better than my morning, and I credit "Weird Instruments of Science".


Posted by: Wrongshore | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 6:34 PM
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NickS, your very groovy-looking ZIP file is partly corrupted, thought you might like to know.

Can you, or someone else, try again and confirm this.

The copy on my HD seems good and, when I compare files the size is exactly the same as the one on the site.

My connection is slow enough, that any additional checks, or a re-upload will take a while. So it would helpful to know if the file on the site is really corrupted.


Posted by: NickS | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 6:50 PM
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60: Was thinking the same thing about the Babies mix. I'm on the Nina Simone track now; and it just occurred to me that this is one of her songs I didn't have.

61: I'll give it another shot in a minute, Nick.


Posted by: DS | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 7:18 PM
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Okay! Finally:

Make My Funk The T Funk
01 Rocking Bird - Emphasis
02 El Toro Poo Poo - Charles Kynard
03 Lagos City - Asiko Rock Group
04 Cross Bronx Expressway - Cross Bronx Expressway
05 Superstition - Dennis Mobley & Fresh Taste
06 Hooker (Pts 1 + 2) - Peter Brown
07 Let Me Party With You - Bunny Sigler
08 Summertime - The Blue Velvets
09 A Taste Of Honey - The Peppers
10 Shack Up - Blackbuster
11 Right Place Wrong Time - Ray J
12 Hogtied - Chain Reaction
13 I (Who Have Nothing) - Ray Frazier & The Shades Of Madness
14 Food Stamps - Leaf
15 Africa - Amanaz

Is here.


Sorry for the lack of a cover, and if I've used any of these before; my computer is being wicked flaky. I recommend this if you want to make your own cover.


Posted by: Sifu Tweety | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 7:39 PM
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Awesome Sifu!

NickS, still nothin'. It's the tracks from "The Fitted Shirt" onward that won't extract.


Posted by: DS | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 8:10 PM
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61. Yeah, I tried unzipping it in Win32 using gnu unzip and it said the Sinead O Conner song and the Spoon song were messed up. They were the same file size but diff says they're different from the ones I got from

http://www.beforeyoulisten.com/the-music/

which played correctly. That Spoon song was swell!


Posted by: W. Kiernan | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 8:17 PM
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I'm not going to upload a mix, but I will be on the air again on 8/1 (this Friday!) and 8/8 (next Friday!) from 3 to 6 pm pacific whatever time. Sure to feature a Franz Hautzinger/Joseph Suchy/Ekkehard Ehlers -> Josephine Foster transition the gods would envy.


Posted by: ben w-lfs-n | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 8:18 PM
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Shoot. I will get this fixed . . . slowly (my upload speed is truly terrible).


Posted by: NickS | Link to this comment | 07-29-08 9:10 PM
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I uploaded another copy here.

I made a third zip file which I intended, but failed to upload last night, which I will start uploading now.

If that fails I'll break it into smaller files.


Posted by: NickS | Link to this comment | 07-30-08 7:22 AM
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I know this thread is dead, but I wanted to say: all of the Funk mixes are unbelievably, ridiculously awesome. These will definitely turn my next party into a sex party. Thanks.


Posted by: Robert Halford | Link to this comment | 07-30-08 10:46 AM
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Klotsko phunky? Nyet. Biblethumping prep-cooks from Peoria--even ones who've read the cliffsnotes to various lacanian marxist lacanians-- are not funky.

(Bold Soul Sister - Ike & Tina Turner. Dat's funky: er at least Ike was sometimes....................)


Posted by: 01010100 | Link to this comment | 07-30-08 11:53 AM
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Nick: sorry not to bring better news about your new ZIP file, which now refuses to open for me full stop.

I come, however, not to kvetch but to praise. Wherever you found that Shirley Bassey cover of Pink: that's, like, one of the best damned things I've ever heard. Especially the part where she bursts out laughing while trying to sing "you'll be kissing my ass;" so, so awesome.

"Make My Funk the T Funk" is also brilliant. Extra-special love for that Emphasis opener. And likewise for the Unfunkked mix, which has resolved me to seek out (among other things) more Nils Landgren and more Brides of Funkenstein.

And lotsalot great stuff on those Nashville by Night collections, I don't know why Rob was shy about posting them. Hedwig is one my favourite movies of all time -- and the Deals two of my favourite women in rock -- so I was especially chuffed about "Wicked Little Town."


Posted by: DS | Link to this comment | 07-30-08 7:14 PM
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I put on MMFTTF and did my pushups (Cala! Are you with me?) and felt really good until I did too many pushups.


Posted by: Wrongshore | Link to this comment | 07-30-08 7:20 PM
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Dunno if this was the one Nick included, but "Love is Something" by the Brides of Funkenstein is amazing.

They were a George Clinton spinoff from P-Funk in the 70s...probably everyone knows that already.


Posted by: PGD | Link to this comment | 07-30-08 7:51 PM
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72: We both did our pushups here!


Posted by: Cala | Link to this comment | 07-30-08 8:28 PM
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I come, however, not to kvetch but to praise. Wherever you found that Shirley Bassey cover of Pink: that's, like, one of the best damned things I've ever heard.

Thanks. I love that song, it's so charming. She's seventy years old!

Apologies for the technical difficulties. I do appreciate the effort. Tues/Wed are the busy days of me week, so it's frustrating me that i haven't had more time to get it straightened out.


Posted by: NickS | Link to this comment | 07-30-08 9:04 PM
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Nick, I haven't tried to unzip, but I assume DS is correct. But please keep trying - the songs sound awesome.


Posted by: JRoth | Link to this comment | 07-30-08 9:11 PM
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Yeah, DS is right the second zip didn't work.

Trust me, though I will get it. I'm trying this music blogging thing. It won't work if I can't post the music.


Posted by: NickS | Link to this comment | 07-30-08 9:17 PM
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Hedwig is one my favourite movies of all time

Glad you liked the mixes! I, too, love Hedwig but haven't actually sat down and watched the movie all the way through in a given sitting. Rah and I went to see it performed by a local theatre company at a local gay bar that does the occasional rock show so it was a real, live performance. The lead was played by a local middle school drama teacher. It was insanely awesome, got revived multiple times over the next couple of years and we went every time. It was a pretty intense performance, including the lead breaking his arm during one of the numbers, finishing the show anyway and finishing that run of shows with a cast. In comparison, the movie always feels slightly limp. I like it every time I watch ten or fifteen minutes but it doesn't grab me. The Breeders cover of "Wicked Little Town" leaves me goose-bumpy every time I hear it.


Posted by: Robust McManlyPants | Link to this comment | 07-31-08 12:25 PM
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I had a similar experience of seeing Hedwig in a local community theatre-type production. I didn't expect much but the book and music were just so good that I was blown away. It's a shame how rare it is for me to see new theatre stuff that truly reaches that level -- e.g. I saw that Jerry Springer opera the other day in a really well performed production, but the underlying material was just so sloppy and lazy that it wasn't that good.


Posted by: PGD | Link to this comment | 07-31-08 7:12 PM
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But please keep trying - the songs sound awesome.

my "uploads" directory into three zip files. That includes everything listed on the music page, everything I've blogged since 7/20, and a sneak preview of some songs I'm going to blog in the coming week.

The first two are confirmed fine. The third has problems, but should get you most of the music, for now, and I will fix that later today, and post another comment.

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Posted by: NickS | Link to this comment | 08- 1-08 10:08 AM
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Those files all appear to be working now.

For anyone still reading, thank you for your patience.


Posted by: NickS | Link to this comment | 08- 1-08 8:48 PM
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I downloaded them. They arrived in good shape and opened up OK. I like the compare and contrast pairs.


Posted by: md 20/400 | Link to this comment | 08- 1-08 9:23 PM
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