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Re: Pande-reviews: 1997.3 (FSOL - ISDN Shows '97 Part 2)

PostThu Dec 05, 2013 7:46 pm

Wow, how did I missed Exchanged...?
And I was listening to Archive 7 a few days ago, but got too excited at Many Moons Away and didn't finish it :)
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Re: Pande-reviews: 1997.3 (FSOL - ISDN Shows '97 Part 2)

PostFri Dec 06, 2013 12:46 am

I still don't get why it was renamed. Probably the most awaited song on the archives though, fifteen years later...
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Pande-reviews: 1997.4 (FSOL - A MPB Mix Vol.1, Kiss FM)

PostMon Dec 09, 2013 2:25 am

FSOL - A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Exploding in Your Mind Vol.1
(Kiss FM Manchester) [radio mix] (Aug.1997)

- bootleg / first official release 15.11.2008, currently unavailable

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OK guys, I'm feeling exhausted and proud right about now, posting this... Get ready for a long journey (while listening and reading) and the MPB Vol.1 explained in details and tons of background information. I discovered 4 or 5 of the unknown tracks and discovered about 4-5 more that weren't listed too! Also, cracked almost all of the poems, monologues, dialogues and movie samples used in this one. So what remains unknown is a small number of tracks, most of them snippets with too much mixing effects - so they're pretty much unrecognizable, until they aren't...

This is one MAD MAD Trippp, psychedelic gems, progressive rock, funky beats, orchestral soundtracks and electronic music all around. Dozens of samples from movies, spoken word poems and monologues. All beautifully crafted and woven by FSOL and their huge banks of FX units.

About the transmission date, until recently, I thought it was June or July (1997), but after the new discovery of the French bootleg in June and the fact that Triple Cause Of Poetry hit the market on 28th of July 1997 and is present in this mix - I'd say that this mix was transmitted in August.

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All right... everybody online... looking good... Let's go!!!
(scroll to the end of the post to see just the tracklist)

Part 1:

00:00 Transmission Intro

00:00 -- Freeman Lowell - "I suggest that you reach deep down inside yourself... and try and find something to keep you awake a little longer... because this transmission coming up may just rekindle your will to live." - (from Silent Running, 1972)
- Bruce Dern as Freeman Lowell in the legendary sci-fi movie Silent Running ( http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0067756/ )
- it's after the 9 minute mark in the movie...

00:11 -- Garry Cobain - "A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble..." repetitive intro for the transmission.

00:47 -- Deepak Chopra - "Monologue about mind/body/soul/ego" - (unknown book source)
- Digging this monologue to the bone! I must've listen to it a hundred times... and I'm still impressed by it.

01:51 Ananda Shankar - Streets of Calcutta - (His Master's Voice, 1975)
- In the late 1960s Ananda Shankar traveled to Los Angeles, where he played with many contemporary musicians including Jimi Hendrix. There he released his first self-titled album in 1970, featuring original Indian classical material alongside sitar-based cover versions of popular hits such as The Rolling Stones' "Jumpin' Jack Flash" and The Doors' "Light My Fire". Returning to India in the early 1970s Shankar continued to experiment musically and in 1975 released his most critically acclaimed album, Ananda Shankar And His Music, a jazz-funk mix of Eastern sitar, Western rock guitar, tabla and mridangam, drums and Moog synthesizers.
- Not related to Ravi Shankar.
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-b01QltUt-c )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Ananda-Shankar-A ... ase/879286 )

06:34 The Walker Brothers - The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine (Anymore) - (Smash Records, 1966)
- The No.1 UK hit in 1966. Just a snippet of it...
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q11ium_-Lv8 )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Walker-Brothers- ... se/1792842 )

06:44 -- D.H. Lawrence - "To Women, As Far As I'm Concerned" - (poem, 1920s)
- The spoken words that start with "The feelings you would like us both to have, we neither of us have."
- ( http://www.cswnet.com/~erin/dhlpoem.htm#women )

06:51 Pink Floyd - Dramatic Theme - (Columbia, 1969)
- The film More (made in Luxembourg in 1969) was directed by Barbet Schroeder. Most of the movie was shot on the island of Ibiza. It deals with heroin addiction on the island. The location of Stefan's death, a tunnel near the castle, has since become a place of pilgrimage for addicts.
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z4xByXYdiqo )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Pink-Floyd-The-S ... se/1240780 )

09:09 The White Noise - Love Without Sound - (Island Records, 1969)
- White Noise is an experimental electronic music band formed in London in 1968 by American-born David Vorhaus, a classical bass player with a background in physics and electronic engineering. He was initially joined by BBC Radiophonic Workshop composers Delia Derbyshire and Brian Hodgson, who had formerly both been members of electronic music project Unit Delta Plus.
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__-lpvXfI6E )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/White-Noise-An-E ... ase/386727 )

12:55 -- HAL 9000 - "I am putting myself to the fullest possible use, which is all I think that any conscious entity can ever hope to do." - (2001: A Space Odyssey, 1968)
- Douglas Rain as HAL 9000, the computer character from 2001: A Space Odyssey.
- ( http://www.imdb.com/character/ch0002900/quotes )

13:09 John Barry - Fancy Dance - (Ember Records, 1965)
- Famous composer of film music, ironically most associated in the public mind with a tune he didn't in fact write, namely the James Bond theme which came from the pen of Monty Norman. He did, however, enjoy a long association with the Bond franchise, composing the soundtracks for 11 of the James Bond films between 1963 and 1987, and also arranged and performed the "James Bond Theme" to the first film in the series, 1962's Dr. No.
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxaxFzsCKjg )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/John-Barry-John- ... se/4668907 )

15:10 ????? - ?????
- Unknown psychedelic gem. The beat sounds newer... '80s/'90s, but everything else is '60s/'70s.
- Albert Pyun's Knights (1993) samples here and all around the mix... ( http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0107333 )

19:30 ????? - ?????

20:50 The Mystic Moods - Cosmic Sea - (Warner Bros. Records, 1973)
- The Mystic Moods Orchestra, created by audiophile Brad Miller, mixed orchestral pop, environmental sounds, and pioneering recording techniques becoming one of the choice audio aphrodisiacs of the 60's and 70's.
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Mystic-Moods-The ... se/2771652 )

23:22 -- Steven Jesse Bernstein - More Noise Please - (Sub Pop, 1992)
- The spoken words that connect the tracks...
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Steven-Jesse-Ber ... ase/597609 )

23:45 The Rolling Stones - 2000 Light Years From Home - (Decca, 1967)
- The working title of the instrumental backing was "Toffee Apple". The prominent string part is played by Brian Jones on mellotron. The sound effects at the beginning of the song before the melody starts was played by him on a piano. He played two tracks of several dissonant and unorthodox chords, then one track was reversed.
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Rolling-Stones-T ... se/3636811 )

28:06 -- Traditional - "Rain rain go away, Come again another day."
- Popular English language nursery rhyme that dates back to the 17th century, or even further back.
- ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rain_Rain_Go_Away )

29:17 The Spencer Davis Group - Waltz for Lumumba - (Festival Records, 1967)
- This is actually a rare non-album track, a B-side from the I'm a Man single.
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tWHTXaWKS2o )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Spencer-Davis-Gr ... se/4404870 )

33:13 The Walker Brothers - The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine (Anymore) - (Smash Records, 1966)
- The No.1 UK hit in 1966.
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q11ium_-Lv8 )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Walker-Brothers- ... se/1792842 )

33:50 The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Voodoo Chile - (Track Record, 1968)
- A short snippet of the track is used to meld and mix further psychedelia...
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eR-a5YNxHoA )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Jimi-Hendrix-Exp ... se/1715314 )

34:19 -- Charles Bukowski - "Imagine, stripping a woman down, and she has a body like a little submarine. With periscope, propellers, torpedoes. That would be the one for me." - (can't place the year on this one...)
- ( http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/81427-t ... think-nude )

34:38 ????? - ?????

36:14 Sun Dial - Exploding in Your Mind - (UFO Records, 1990)
- Sun Dial is the vehicle of guitarist and singer Gary Ramon, who started recording in the eighties as The Modern Art. Other Way Out (1990), copied the sound of the late sixties perfectly and is still celebrated as one of the best examples of neo-psychedelia.
- Is the second part of this mix-series titled / inspired from this one? Probably... Definitely...
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cjf_d7zdauU )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Sun-Dial-Other-W ... ase/756811 )

38:15 The Chemical Brothers - Where Do I Begin? - (Freestyle Dust, 1997)
- This track was just a few months old (barely 3). Vocals by Beth Orton. Only the ending noise of the track is used.
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Chemical-Brother ... se/2294817 )

38:45 Primal Scream - Higher Than The Sun - (Creation Records, 1991)
- This one is produced by Alex Paterson and Thrash from The Orb. Uses a sample from "Wah Wah Man" by the Young-Holt Unlimited Trio. It also has a recurring spoken word sample from "Get Away Jordan" by Take 6.
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GpvccejvVng )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Primal-Scream-Sc ... se/4643403 )

41:20 David Axelrod - The Smile - (Capitol Records, 1968)
- The Smile has hyperactive drums, offbeat bass, and a progressive string part.
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcRbuvEtsQw )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/David-Axelrod-So ... se/1992378 )

43:48 -- Etheridge Knight - "Feeling Fucked Up" - (poem, '70s)
- "Everywhere the world is bare..." and so on to the moment where the speaker fucks everybody! Powefull stuff...
- Etheridge Knight was an African-American poet who made his name in 1968 with his debut volume, Poems from Prison. The book recalls in verse his eight-year-long sentence after his arrest for robbery in 1960.

44:37 Harry Nilsson - Without Her - (RCA Victor, 1967)
- The Ghost & Mrs. Muir (1969 TV Series) Nilsson acted and sang – He appeared in the episode "The Music Maker", and his character name was Tim Seagirt. He sang "Without Her" and "If Only I Could Touch Your Hand."
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VToRURrKDY )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Nilsson-Pandemon ... se/1292396 )

46:55 Shizuo - Sweat - (Digital Hardcore Recordings (DHR), 1997)
- This is from the label of Alec Empire, the founder of Atari Teenage Riot. How did this piece end up here...?
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7y39ISHC-VE )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Shizuo-Shizuo-Vs ... ase/180668 )

49:38 Ry Cooder & Buffy Sainte-Marie - The Hashishin - (Warner Bros. Records, 1970)
- Performance is a 1970 British crime drama film directed by Donald Cammell and Nicolas Roeg, written by Cammell and starring James Fox and Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones, in his film acting debut. The film was produced in 1968 but not released until 1970.
- Downloaded & confirmed.
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Various-Performa ... se/1863304 )

49:55 ????? - ?????

51:16 The Chemical Brothers - The Private Psychedelic Reel - (Freestyle Dust, 1997)
- Another track from my favorite youth album, only 3 months old at the time.
- Jonathan Donahue is a guest here, a multi-talented musician that works with Mercury Rev and The Flaming Lips.
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdT7GEhpM9A )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Chemical-Brother ... se/2294817 )

54:34 The Beatles - Tomorrow Never Knows - (Parlophone, 1966)
- The vocal is put through a Leslie speaker cabinet (which was normally used as a loudspeaker for a Hammond organ). Tape loops prepared by the Beatles were mixed in and out of the Indian-inspired modal backing underpinned by Ringo Starr's constant but non-standard drum pattern. The song is also one of the first uses of a flanging effect on any instrument.
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xL1ffMlzKY )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Beatles-Revolver/release/4250662 )

57:13 End (of Part 1)

Part 2:

00:00 - Deepak Chopra - "Curving back within myself, I create again and again and again." - (from the Bhagavad Gita, by Lord Krishna)

00:31 Wizards of Ooze - Helga - (Backbone Records, 1996)
- Mysterious acid lounge jazz band from Belgium active only in the '90s
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Wizards-Of-Ooze- ... ase/578216 )

02:23 Turn On - Triple Cause of Poetry - (Duophonic, 1997)
- Turn On is a Stereolab spin-off group. This album hit the streets on July 28th 1997, so this tells me that maybe this MPB mix was in August, not in June/July as we thought...
- Downloaded & confirmed.
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Turn-On-Turn-On/master/108394 )

04:43 -- Sgt. Stedenko - "Dope, drugs, weed, grass, toot, smack, quackers, uppers, downers, all arounders. You name it we want it!" - (from Up In Smoke, 1978)
- Spoken by Stacy Keach as Sgt. Stedenko. Also, Cheech Martin is in this movie, and I hear snippets from him all around this mix.
- "You wanna get high man?" another sample from the same movie.
- ( http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0078446/quo ... =qt1696445 )

06:05 ????? - ?????

07:53 Randy California - Downer - (Epic, 1972)
- This is from the album that contains 3 tracks sampled in Snake Hips.
- Randy was one of the original members of the rock group Spirit, formed in 1967.
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIhXMdf4cag )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Randy-California ... se/1612326 )

10:26 -- "Stedenko: The TV set itself is the marijuana..." (from Up in Smoke, 1978)

10:38 -- "Brian O'Blivion: The television screen is the retina of the mind's eye..." (from Videodrome, 1983) ( http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0086541/quotes )

11:04 Bo Hansson - I Skuggornas Rike (aka Fog On The Barrow-Downs) - (Silence, 1970)
- Entranced by a copy of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, which he had purloined from his girlfriend, Bo Hansson moved into a friend's vacant apartment and started writing. When the unfortunate friend returned, he found that he had been evicted from his apartment after numerous complaints about the noise Hansson was creating. Hansson retreated to a remote cottage on an island off Stockholm where he, drummer Rune Carlsson and engineer Anders Lind, who had worked previously with Hansson & Karlsson, spent the winter of 1969 recording what was to become Hansson's debut solo album on a borrowed four track recorder. The resourceful Lind was even able to gain use of the only eight track recorder in Sweden at that time at the Swedish National Radio station, on the pretext that he was interested in buying one himself and wanted to test it. Once there, he persuaded session musicians Gunnar Bergsten and Sten Bergman to flesh out the recordings.
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=heiE6yAQq8I )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Bo-Hansson-Sagan ... ase/422667 )

12:31 23 Skidoo - The Gospel Comes to New Guinea - (Fetish Records, 1981)
- The group was named after a mysterious Illuminati phrase that appeared in the work of Aleister Crowley, William S. Burroughs, and filmmaker Julian Biggs. This 12" single was co-produced by Stephen Mallinder, Richard H. Kirk and Chris Watson from Cabaret Voltaire at their studio, The Western Works in Sheffield.
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtAbgHLOBqQ )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/23-Skidoo-The-Go ... ease/29041 )

16:48 Glen Campbell - By The Time I Get to Phoenix - (Capitol Records, 1967)
- This song written by Jimmy Webb. Originally recorded by Johnny Rivers in 1965, it was made famous by American country music singer Glen Campbell.
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2tT-CNzmCo )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Glen-Campbell-By ... se/2057421 )

19:22 The Beatles - Within You Without You - (Parlophone, 1967)
- The basic tracks featured only Harrison and a group of uncredited Indian musicians based in London. Producer George Martin then arranged a string section, and Harrison and assistant Neil Aspinall overdubbed the tambura. According to Prema Music, dilruba player Amrit Gajjar played on the track.
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljnv3KGtcyI )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Beatles-Sgt-Pepp ... se/1111731 )

22:33 The Future Sound of London - Trying to Make Impermanent Things Permanent - (unreleased)
- The demo track that will later become The Mello Hippo Disco Show on the Isness album in 2001.
- You can really hear the origins / inspirations for this track here among these other tracks... amazing...

30:25 David Axelrod - The Mental Traveller - (Capitol Records, 1968)
- For "The Mental Traveler", Axelrod said that he tried to experiment with atonality, but "chickened out".
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcDNMqIgrzc )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/David-Axelrod-So ... se/1992378 )

32:10 The Future Sound of London - Bird Wings - (Virgin, 1994)
- A short interlude for the next track.
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Future-Sound-Of- ... lease/8067 )

32:10 -- Freeman Lowell - "It calls back a time when there were flowers all over the Earth..." - (from Silent Running, 1972)
- ( http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0067756/quotes )

32:32 ????? - ?????
- Another Indian sitar track, could be another Ananda Shankar snippet...

33:16 John Williams - Raga Vilasakhani Todi - (Fly Records, 1971)
- The classical guitarist, not the film scores composer. Smokin' Japanese Babe was sourced from this track.
- ( http://www.discogs.com/John-Williams-Ch ... se/1179647 )

36:27 Ananda Shankar - Dancing Drums - (His Master's Voice, 1975)
- Another track from the psychedelic indian funk album. A crazy one!
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFpfXGifKKg )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Ananda-Shankar-A ... ase/879286 )

41:44 Headstone Lane - Beers - (Electronic Brain Violence, 1997)
- From the second EBV release.
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31ntTgmagHo )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Headstone-Lane-H ... ease/96677 )

43:22 Jonathan King - Everyone's Gone to The Moon - (Decca, 1965)
- The debut single of the British singer-songwriter and producer Jonathan King. It has since been performed by hundreds of other artists, including Marlene Dietrich, Bette Midler, Nina Simone, Frank Sinatra, Bobby Womack, Percy Faith and The Flaming Lips.
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00XbDRuI78Y )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Jonathan-King-Ev ... ter/108630 )

44:35 Dick Hyman - Give It Up or Turn It Loose - (Command, 1969)
- An American jazz pianist / keyboardist and composer, best known for his versatility with jazz piano styles. Most of this album is played on the Moog synthesizer.
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VyW_VkOTo2k )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Dick-Hyman-The-A ... ease/61401 )

47:35 Pink Floyd - Quicksilver - (Columbia, 1969)
- Another interlude gem from the More soundtrack.
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Pink-Floyd-The-S ... se/1240780 )

47:47 Pink Floyd - A Spanish Piece - (Columbia, 1969)
- And another one!
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lZlsHT3OuY )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Pink-Floyd-The-S ... se/1240780 )

48:36 Pink Floyd - Up The Khyber - (Columbia, 1969)
- Three actually, mixed together...
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Pink-Floyd-The-S ... se/1240780 )

50:52 ????? - ?????

51:28 -- Bill Hicks - "I have taken drugs before and … I had a real good time..."
- The monologue goes through the background of the entire next track... Bill Hicks was a stand-up comedian.

51:30 Pearls Before Swine - Playmate - (ESP Disk, 1967)
- Written by Saxie Dowell, an American jazz and pop music bandleader and singer / songwriter.
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTxrtCyRhJM )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Pearls-Before-Sw ... se/1702330 )

54:00 Soft Machine - Hope for Happiness - (Probe, 1968)
- They were one of the central bands in the Canterbury scene, and helped pioneer the progressive rock genre.
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EU3Bs41RyLM )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Soft-Machine-The ... ase/424310 )

55:08 Michael LeGrand / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Theme from "Summer of '42" - (Warner Bros. Records, 1971)
- Summer of '42 is a 1971 American coming-of-age comedy-drama film based on the memoirs of screenwriter Herman Raucher. Ultimately, the film won two awards: the 1972 44th Academy Awards Oscar for Original Dramatic Score, and the 1971 BAFTA Anthony Asquith Award for Film Music, both to Michel LeGrand.
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHezowVjDX4 )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Michel-Legrand-S ... se/2327062 )

56:48 -- Warden Norton - "I have to say that's the most amazing story I've ever heard..." - (from The Shawshank Redemption, 1994)
- Only the greatest movie ever made... probably... public opinion, not mine...
- ( http://www.imdb.com/character/ch0001391/quotes )

57:48 Helmut Zacharias - Light My Fire - (Columbia, 1969)
- German violinist, child prodigy, Helmut first played violin at the age of two and played in public four years later.
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zuCKfJgctoA )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/Helmut-Zacharias ... se/4612540 )

1:00:16 -- "You were right... and that's why tonight... before the entire nation..." - (from The King of Comedy, 1982)
- ( http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0085794 )
- ( http://www.script-o-rama.com/movie_scri ... cript.html )

1:00:46 ????? - ?????

1:01:58 White Noise - My Game of Loving - (Island Records, 1969)
- The snoring sample is taken from the end of this track. Priceless...
- ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18qIww2qL9M )
- ( http://www.discogs.com/White-Noise-An-E ... ase/386727 )

1:02:47 Transmission End


FSOL - A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Exploding in Your Mind Vol.1 (Kiss FM Manchester)
- (this is the bootleg version, not the official pod room transmission)



After this mix, the legendary Dougans/Cobain duo (32 and 30 at the time) went off the map for 4 full years. Just like that... Bam! Gone... no word of getting back, no word of the next project, the next big album... just silence... a 4 year long silence... (More info about this soon.)

And here's a plain tracklist, for the fans that want to save it:
[+] Oooh and did you know that ...
Part 1:
00:00 Transmission Intro
00:00 - Freeman Lowell - "I suggest that you reach deep down inside yourself... (from Silent Running, 1972)
00:11 - Garry Cobain - "A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble..." repetitive intro for the transmission.
00:47 - Deepak Chopra - "Monologue about mind/body/soul/ego" (unknown book source)
01:51 Ananda Shankar - Streets of Calcutta (1975)
06:34 The Walker Brothers - The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine (Anymore) (1966)
06:44 - D.H. Lawrence - "To Women, As Far As I'm Concerned" (poem, 1920s)
06:51 Pink Floyd - Dramatic Theme (1969)
09:09 The White Noise - Love Without Sound (1969)
12:55 - HAL 9000 - "I am putting myself to the fullest possible use..." (from 2001: A Space Odyssey, 1968)
13:09 John Barry - Fancy Dance (1965)
15:10 ????? - ????? - Albert Pyun's Knights (1993) movie samples here and all around the mix...
19:30 ????? - ?????
20:50 The Mystic Moods - Cosmic Sea (1973)
23:22 - Steven Jesse Bernstein - More Noise Please (1992)
23:45 The Rolling Stones - 2000 Light Years From Home (1967)
28:06 - Traditional - "Rain rain go away, Come again another day." (nursery rhyme that dates back to the 17th century)
29:17 The Spencer Davis Group - Waltz for Lumumba (1967)
33:13 The Walker Brothers - The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine (Anymore) (1966)
33:50 The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Voodoo Chile (1968)
34:19 - Charles Bukowski - "Imagine, stripping a woman down, and she has a body like a little submarine...
34:38 ????? - ?????
36:14 Sun Dial - Exploding in Your Mind (1990)
38:15 The Chemical Brothers - Where Do I Begin? (1997)
38:45 Primal Scream - Higher Than The Sun (1991)
41:20 David Axelrod - The Smile (1968)
43:48 - Etheridge Knight - "Feeling Fucked Up" (poem, '70s)
44:37 Harry Nilsson - Without Her (1967)
46:55 Shizuo - Sweat (1997)
49:38 Ry Cooder & Buffy Sainte-Marie - The Hashishin (1970)
49:55 ????? - ?????
51:16 The Chemical Brothers - The Private Psychedelic Reel (1997)
54:34 The Beatles - Tomorrow Never Knows (1966)
57:13 End (of Part 1)

Part 2:
00:00 - Deepak Chopra - "Curving back within myself, I create..." (from the Bhagavad Gita, by Lord Krishna)
00:31 Wizards of Ooze - Helga (1996)
02:23 Turn On - Triple Cause of Poetry (1997)
04:43 - Sgt. Stedenko - "Dope, drugs, weed, grass, toot, smack, quackers, ... (from Up In Smoke, 1978)
06:05 ????? - ?????
07:53 Randy California - Downer (1972)
10:26 - "Stedenko: The TV set itself is the marijuana..." (from Up in Smoke, 1978)
10:38 - "Brian O'Blivion: The television screen is the retina of the mind's eye..." (from Videodrome, 1983)
11:04 Bo Hansson - I Skuggornas Rike (aka Fog On The Barrow-Downs) (1970)
12:31 23 Skidoo - The Gospel Comes to New Guinea (1981)
16:48 Glen Campbell - By The Time I Get to Phoenix (1967)
19:22 The Beatles - Within You Without You (1967)
22:33 The Future Sound of London - Trying to Make Impermanent Things Permanent (unreleased)
30:25 David Axelrod - The Mental Traveller (1968)
32:10 The Future Sound of London - Bird Wings (1994)
32:10 - Freeman Lowell - "It calls back a time when there were flowers all over the Earth..." (from Silent Running, 1972)
32:32 ????? - ?????
33:16 John Williams - Raga Vilasakhani Todi (1971)
36:27 Ananda Shankar - Dancing Drums (1975)
41:44 Headstone Lane - Beers (1997)
43:22 Jonathan King - Everyone's Gone to The Moon (1965)
44:35 Dick Hyman - Give It Up or Turn It Loose (1969)
47:35 Pink Floyd - Quicksilver (1969)
47:47 Pink Floyd - A Spanish Piece (1969)
48:36 Pink Floyd - Up The Khyber (1969)
50:52 ????? - ?????
51:28 - Bill Hicks - "I have taken drugs before and... I had a real good time..."
51:30 Pearls Before Swine - Playmate (1967)
54:00 Soft Machine - Hope for Happiness (1968)
55:08 Michael LeGrand / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Theme from "Summer of '42" (1971)
56:48 - Warden Norton - "I have to say that's the most amazing story I've ever heard..." (from The Shawshank Redemption, 1994)
57:48 Helmut Zacharias - Light My Fire (1969)
1:00:16 - "You were right... and that's why tonight... before the entire nation..." (from The King of Comedy, 1982)
1:00:46 ????? - ?????
1:01:58 White Noise - My Game of Loving (1969)
1:02:47 Transmission End


Want to read about the other MPB mix series? Click away:

A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Exploding in Your Mind Vol.1 (Kiss FM Manchester) (Aug.1997) --> It's this post.
A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Exploding in Your Mind Vol.2 (BBC Radio 1) (23-28.12.2001)
A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Exploding in Your Mind Vol.3 (XFM, The Rinse) (27.12.2002)
A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Exploding in Your Mind Vol.4 (Resonance FM) (28.01.2003)
A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Exploding in Your Mind Vol.5 (XFM) (14.09.2005)
A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Exploding in Your Mind Vol.6 (XFM) (21.09.2005)
A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Exploding in Your Mind Vol.7 (BBC SixMix) (30.10.2005)
A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Exploding in Your Mind 2xCD Vol.1 (Cosmic Space Music) (24.11.2008)
A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Exploding in Your Mind 2xCD Vol.2 (Pagan Love Vibrations) (21.09.2009)
A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Exploding in Your Mind Vol.8 (FSOLDigital.com) (07.11.2009)
A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Exploding in Your Mind (Mojo Mix CD) (05.01.2010)
A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Exploding in Your Mind 2xCD Vol.3 (The Third Ear) (01.11.2010)
A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Exploding in Your Mind 2xCD Vol.4 (The Wizards of Oz) (16.03.2015)
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Re: Pande-reviews: 1997.4 (FSOL - A MPB Mix Vol.1, Kiss FM)

PostMon Dec 09, 2013 8:46 am

Haven't listened to that mix yet, but it's nice to see Sun Dial featured in there :)
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PostMon Dec 09, 2013 12:07 pm

The indian guy speaking at the beginning and in the middle must be the aryuvedic physician Deeprak Chopra, as he was mentioned to appear in the mix by that review printed in the inlay of MPB2. He wrote (and still writes) a hell lot of books about the connection of eastern spirituality and western science. Quite interesting.
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Re: Pande-reviews: 1997.4 (FSOL - A MPB Mix Vol.1, Kiss FM)

PostMon Dec 09, 2013 12:30 pm

One of the best things the guys ever did. Just astonishing.

Snoring at the end sampled from the first White Noise album - My Game Of Loving, same as the end of Vit.


The Sun Dial track/title crossover - definitely. When Gaz announces the title in that slightly silly voice, if you listen closely he actually says "A monstrous psychedelic bubble, colours exploding in your mind".
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Re: Pande-reviews: 1997.4 (FSOL - A MPB Mix Vol.1, Kiss FM)

PostMon Dec 09, 2013 4:18 pm

pande is like full steam ahead right now knowing that little one is coming soon

what's the date again dude.....was it THIS month??!?
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Re: Pande-reviews: 1997.4 (FSOL - A MPB Mix Vol.1, Kiss FM)

PostMon Dec 09, 2013 5:44 pm

It could be :)
it's a week before and/or after New Years Eve :)
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Re: Pande-reviews: 1997.4 (FSOL - A MPB Mix Vol.1, Kiss FM)

PostMon Dec 09, 2013 9:43 pm

Dennis wrote:The indian guy speaking at the beginning and in the middle must be the aryuvedic physician Deeprak Chopra


Well, "must be" is a serious claim...
I googled bits and pieces of that speech and can't quite place Deepak Chopra,
I even read most of this famous quotes...

http://www.goodreads.com/author/quotes/ ... pak_Chopra

If you can find from which book was the one from the mix, please share :)
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Re: Pande-reviews: 1997.4 (FSOL - A MPB Mix Vol.1, Kiss FM)

PostTue Dec 10, 2013 12:31 am

Always thought it was Osho.
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PostTue Dec 10, 2013 12:45 am

Can't place Osho either...
and he has an amazing website with library search... maybe someone will have more luck than me...

http://www.osho.com/library/library-search.aspx
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PostTue Dec 10, 2013 4:57 pm

it's coming pande!


buckle up! :D
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Re: Pande-reviews: 1997.4 (FSOL - A MPB Mix Vol.1, Kiss FM)

PostTue Dec 10, 2013 8:00 pm

I know seedy :)

You're killin' me :) ... let me live the old life for a few more weeks - you don't have to remind me every week or so :D
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Re: Pande-reviews: 1997.4 (FSOL - A MPB Mix Vol.1, Kiss FM)

PostWed Dec 11, 2013 9:44 pm

@Pande: It's definitely not Osho, he can be heard on various EBS mixes, e.g. that "Happiness is unbelievable" Quote from EBS 1.

I'm not 100% sure, but as I said, in the booklet of MPB2 "Pagan Love Vibrations" is a review of the 97' Kiss FM Show that mentions Mr. Chopra to appear in it. No idea from where the audio is sourced.

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In the Bhagavad Gita, Lord Krishna says: 'Curving back within myself, I create again and again and again.' Not a metaphor of poetry, a fact of physics, of science.


from this site:
http://www.lifepositive.com/spirit/new-age-catalysts/deepak-chopra/chopra.asp
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Re: Pande-reviews: 1997.4 (FSOL - A MPB Mix Vol.1, Kiss FM)

PostThu Dec 12, 2013 1:40 am

Well, the "Curving back..." quote is from the Bhagavad Gita book, it's not a Deepak quote...

It is very possible that these monologues are bits and pieces from some recording where Deepak reads parts from that book - which as I understand is something like an Indian bible (bad analogy I know, but it's so we can understand each-other here).

- So I'll accept that it's his voice, but "Curving back..." is a very small quote from the beginning of Part 2 of the mix,
I'd like to know where does he read from in Part 1, the longer part.
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