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Frank Zappa reads the story of the Talking Asshole

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Frank Zappa – Dumb All Over (30 plays)

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Frank Zappa - Dumb All Over

"When fighting culture with culture you realize there’s a thin line between the elegance of poignant regurgitation and vomit."

Terre Thaemlitz (via babilano)

artin-studio:

another portrait… Oil on canvas by Kouta Sasai
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artin-studio:

another portrait… Oil on canvas by Kouta Sasai

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aclouddigger:

"A game of Cluedo : Reverend Green ", Les Pieux, Normandy, France. October 31st, 2013.

aclouddigger:

"A game of Cluedo : Reverend Green ", Les Pieux, Normandy, France. October 31st, 2013.

The Falcons – I Can't Help It (1,291 plays)

oldsoulmusic:

The Falcons - I Can’t Help It

The Falcons were a vocal group who at different times featured such greats as Wilson Pickett and Eddie Floyd. This track kills.

Photo cred/discussion of compound meter to Derek’s Daily 45.

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soulmo:

Juanita Williams “Baby Boy” (Golden World 18, 1964)

Given that this tumblr runs over 1,600 songs deep, it seems that there’s periods that I need to dust off a groove posted 4 or so years ago. This Sunday’s dusty groove is a splendid spitfire of just over 2 minutes to marvel.

Cut from the same blustery big band soul style for Female singers that brought us such classics as “My Guy” and “Selfish One,” for whatever reason, outside of Detroit, Juanita and either side of her brilliant uptown stomp single debut didn’t make much of an impact.

But whatever, it’s possibly one of the best songs that never became a hit record, and despite the relative failure at the time, it did get treated to a cover a few short years later, and is one of the best songs Northern Soul has to offer.

Ben E. King – Its All Over (439 plays)

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Ben E. King - It’s All Over 

Dave Godin’s Deep Soul Treasures Vol. 2

gramophoney-baloney:

Click here for last Monday’s podcast - live on KPOO 89.5FM

Pic: Chano Pozo & Rita Montainer

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Click here for last Monday’s podcast - live on KPOO 89.5FM

Pic: Chano Pozo & Rita Montainer

marcblanco:

The Great Piece - SOLD Support my work and ask for your painting here

marcblanco:

The Great Piece - SOLD
Support my work and ask for your painting here

Vata 18, by Vata 21

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soundisall:

our first show back after our winter break is a little meandering, a bit less dense than is our wont, perhaps influenced by the finally arriving winter here in estonia. finally, finally, after months of warm grey, we are getting some cold bright days.

we’ve got some great things planned for 2014, including some wonderful proposals for our framework:afield series, a few submissions already for our next issue of framework:seasonal (spring? summer? we’ll see), and many, many wonderful works waiting for airplay. we have also now started offering the framework:seasonal series to retailers and distributors, so if you are, or know of, one of the above that may be interested in supporting framework and stocking the series, please get in touch for wholesale possibilities.

and of course, for all of you, our dear listeners, this is the start of a new year and a new season for framework radio, our 13th (!) year in existence, the perfect time for you, if you haven’t already, to show your support by making a donation. please remember, we can’t do it without you!

(time / artist / track / album / label)

00:00 – 07:18  /  martin clarke  /  framework introduction, recorded in the uk
http://rockscottage.net

04:20 – 08:53  /  flavien gillié  /  ul. szpitalna 4 (cracovie)  / disparitions  /  gruenrekorder
http://www.soundisall.nethttp://www.gruenrekorder.de

06:53 – 21:09  /  tarab  /  [extract 1]  /  strata  /  unfathomless
http://www.unfathomless.nethttp://tarab3058.com

14:47 – 24:52  /  peter sruijt  /  st. nicolasparade [extract 1]  /  -  /  -
http://www.struinen.nlhttp://voetpaden.blogspot.nl

23:52 – 27:17  /  flavien gillié  /  ul. brzozowa 16 (cracovie)  / disparitions  /  gruenrekorder
http://www.soundisall.nethttp://www.gruenrekorder.de

25:48 – 35:36  /  lemures  /  III  /  lemuria  /  crónica
http://lemuresfield.wordpress.comhttp://www.cronicaelectronica.org

30:26 – 41:41  /  nichola scrutton  /  lateral  /  -  /  -
http://nicholascrutton.co.uk

37:56 – 42:14  /  flavien gillié  /  ul. miodowa 55, nowy cmentarz zidowski (cracovie) I  /  disparitions  /  gruenrekorder
http://www.soundisall.nethttp://www.gruenrekorder.de

40:02 – 53:01  /  tarab  /  [extract 2]  /  strata  /  unfathomless
http://www.unfathomless.nethttp://tarab3058.com

43:54 – 51:37  /  lemures  /  II  /  lemuria  /  crónica
http://lemuresfield.wordpress.comhttp://www.cronicaelectronica.org

47:16 – 54:34  /  peter spruijt  /  st. nicolasparade [extract 2]  /  –  /  -
http://www.struinen.nlhttp://voetpaden.blogspot.nl

53:56 – 57:00  /  flavien gillié  /  ul. miodowa 55, nowy cmentarz zidowski (cracovie) II  /  disparitions  /  gruenrekorder
http://www.soundisall.nethttp://www.gruenrekorder.de

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disinformation-usurp:

Raga Radiophonic - Kinetic radio recordings. Part 1

Live, kinetic radio recordings and electronic Rangoli lightbox installations - an acid house, noise influenced, hypnogogic meditation on Kali Yuga. 

The harmonics / fluctuations / glitches are all part of the live radio recordings created directly by the electronic changes in the light patterns. Part of a series of six experiments for gallery exhibition. These pieces stem directly from ongoing research by Joe Banks with radio, VLF and surrounding electrical pulses, and Poulomi Desai’s experiments with light since the 1990’s.

An homage to India’s humanists and radicals with love. Best listened to loud with headphones.

**If you are interested in exhibiting this work and others in the series, or want more information, please contact Usurp on youtube or at http://www.usurp.org.uk**

© Joe Banks and Poulomi Desai 2011. Filmed and recorded by Poulomi Desai.

impassivejoy:

In the first century B.C., the poet Gaius Valerius Catullus addressed two of his critics, another poet Furius and a senator Aurelius, in a poem considered so vulgar and obscene that it was not translated outside of Latin until the 20th Century. 
English translation of the poem:
I will sodomize you and face-fuck you, Cock-sucker Aurelius and catamite Furius,You who think, because my versesAre delicate, that I am modestFor it’s right for the devoted poet to be chasteHimself, but it’s not necessary for his verses to be so.Verses which then have taste and charm,If they are delicate and sexy,And can incite an itch,And I don’t mean in boys, but in those hairy old menWho can’t get their flaccid dicks up.You, because you have read of my countless kisses,You think I’m a sissy?I will sodomize you and face-fuck you.

impassivejoy:

In the first century B.C., the poet Gaius Valerius Catullus addressed two of his critics, another poet Furius and a senator Aurelius, in a poem considered so vulgar and obscene that it was not translated outside of Latin until the 20th Century. 

English translation of the poem:

I will sodomize you and face-fuck you, 
Cock-sucker Aurelius and catamite Furius,
You who think, because my verses
Are delicate, that I am modest
For it’s right for the devoted poet to be chaste
Himself, but it’s not necessary for his verses to be so.
Verses which then have taste and charm,
If they are delicate and sexy,
And can incite an itch,
And I don’t mean in boys, but in those hairy old men
Who can’t get their flaccid dicks up.
You, because you have read of my countless kisses,
You think I’m a sissy?
I will sodomize you and face-fuck you.

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