Tuesday, June 5, 2007

Hostile Gospel: Wednesday, May 23rd

After feeling somewhat indifferent to performing on Feedback Farm's excursion into the summer season two weeks ago, I subsequently did one of the better shows I've hosted on the radio in a while. Check out the playlist here.

The show's highlight was a slow-built collage that revolved around an excerpt from Henry Jacobs' The Fine Art of Goofing Off DVD, released by Important records in 2005. The release contained experimental audio/video broadcasted on San Fran public TV station KQED in 1972 as a collaboration between animator Bob McClay, Jacobs, and producer Chris Koch, with contributions from Alan Watts, filmmaker Jordan Belson, and several other. The other sources in the mix with Jacobs include:

-Stephen Vitiello
Listening to Donald Judd (Sub Rosa)
-"Banjo" Ikey Robinson and His Bull Fiddle Band How Low Can You Go? (Dust to Digital)
-Jazzkammer/Howard Stelzer Tomorrow No One Will Be Safe (Pacrec/Troniks)

Download the mp3 here. (Excuse the static-infused quality - this will be remedied in the future)

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