Aquarium Drunkard: Sidecar (Transmission 10) — Podcast

Astral blues. More freeform interstitial airwave debris transmitting somewhere off the coast of Los Angeles. Green swamp fuzz from the 1970s.

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MP3: Sidecar: Transmission / 10

Intro (Bob Brown “I’m Bolieve” excerpt)
Lil’ Ed & The Soundmasters – It’s A Dream
Black Rock – Yeah Yeah
Africa – Paint It Black
Junior Parker – Tomorrow Never Knows
Yaphet Koto – Have You Ever Seen The Blues
Kukumbas – Respect
Son House – That’s Where The Blues Start (Vocal)
Tim Maia – Nobody Can Live Forever
Hopeton Louis – Sound And Pressure

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16 thoughts on “Aquarium Drunkard: Sidecar (Transmission 10) — Podcast

  1. Good to see AD reppin some blues. Read your travel book when i was living in the Delta and am surprised that more blues doesnt show up on here. Another great Sidecar entry. Thx man.

  2. yes!

    good stuff. thank you once again. is it possible to download the songs each on their own? somehow there`s always one song I`d like to listen to on repeat.

  3. @maria – I pull from my own archives, so about 90% of this mix is comprised of tracks I have written about over the past year. Just search the archives for the original posts/mp3s.

  4. I’m always impressed by your curatorial skill and ability to make a tight, tight setlist. I put this on and I’m on the beach in the distant past, like a thousand years ago in the Time of our Hippie Forefathers. The cool Los Angeles hippies, the crazy ones, the ones who didn’t turn into programmers but continued to be groovy into an LA eternity. I see a red door, and I want to paint it all explody mescaline-derived colors

  5. Yeah Yeah is (probably) my favorite instrumental ever. Given how perfect the sound of that session fits the vibe of the song, I’ve often wished they’d recorded an extended version of it! Been listening to it for years, and it’s great to hear it in another context.

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