NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #225 ~ 05-09-20]

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Pictured: Dara Puspita.

I don’t claim I enjoyed those long-ago days very much, they were so full of ridiculous horrors, but there was also this capacity of the universe to delight by turning up, like a beautiful shell on a long empty beach, a kid whose older teenaged sister liked to show off her bare breasts, or a boy who could take a drag off a cigarette, pinch his mouth and nostrils shut, and force smoke out through his ears. What happened to them? The boy whose hands were an optical illusion. His hands looked reasonably proportioned and complete, they were unremarkable until you looked closely and discovered that each hand had only three fingers, plus a thumb. But if you asked me, “Which finger was missing?” I couldn’t have chosen. All his fingers seemed to be there.

— Denis Johnson, The Name Of The World.

And so, per local custom, DJ’s Reeshard and Lee-Roy cherry-picked 36 of their favorite tunes from the past 2 dozen N.C.I.P. episodes as yet another 25th show milepost was rounded. Lee-Roy answered yet another listener’s question, Uncle Morty delivered yet another potent canister and, all told, a reasonable time was had given the circumstances. Examine this account of an evening spent in a bad part of town at your peril, just by clicking on the arrow, a few pixels to the south of this sentence…

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 225 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

The Chi-Lites — “Stoned Out Of My Mind” — Greatest Hits

Heads Funk Band — “Can You Do It” — Hard World

The Telstars — “Topless” — Sleazy Surf! Vol. 1

Los Megatones De Lucho — “Salsa” — DJ Hecu Presenta: Wild Rhythms, Vol.1 By Salsa Son Timba

Captain Beefheart and The Magic Band — “Dirty Blue Gene II” — Brown Star Sessions ’72

Dara Puspita — “Pip Pip Yeah” — 1966-1968

Wire — “Dot Dash” — Pink Flag

Raja Zahr — “Drum Sequence” — Drums Of Lebanon

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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The Black On White Affair — “A Bunch of Changes” — Funky Crimes

THE SECOND SET

The Latinaires — “Camel Walk” — Camel Walk

Richard & The Young Lions — “Open Up Your Door” — Nuggets I: Original Artyfacts From The First Psychedelic Era

M.Ashraf — “Music” — Dekha Jaye Ga OST

The “5” Royales — “Tell The Truth” — Monkey Hips And Rice: The “5” Royales Anthology

Ali Hassan Kuban — “Henna” — Walk Like A Nubian

The String-a-Longs — “Twist Watch” — Wheels: The Original Norman Petty Masters

Kwamy & OK Jazz — “Bolingo Ya Bouge” — Congo: Rumba On The River

Billy Garner — “You’re Wasting My Time Pt.1” — Dave Hamilton’s Detroit Funk

Sornpetch Pinyo — “Luek Rao Dume Nom” — Luk Thung! The Roots Of Thai Funk: Zudrangma Vol. 3

THE THIRD SET

Los Destellos — “A Patricia” — The Roots of Chicha: Psychedelic Cumbias From Peru

Ohio Players — “Ruffell Foot” — Pleasure

Ranking Joe — “Fire” — Zion High with Black Uhuru & Dennis Brown

The Only Ones — “Peter And The Pets” — Lovers Of Today – Vengeance 45rpm

Önder Bali 4 — “Haluk İçIn” — Saz Beat Vol. 3: Turkish Rock, Funk, And Psychedelic Music Of The 1960s And 1970s

The Francettes — “Late In The Evening” — Beche 45rpm

Livy Ekemezie — “Delectation” — Friday Night

The Real Kids — “She’s Alright” — The Real Kids

Ahmed Malek — “Les Vacances De L’Inspecteur Tahar” — Musique Originale De Films

THE FINAL SET

Fleetwood Mac — “Tell Me All The Things You Do” — Kiln House

Tito Puente — “Mambo Lento” — The Complete 78s Vol. 3

The Kinks — “You Shouldn’t Be Sad” — Kinda Kinks [mono]

The Observers — “Under Tight Raps (Flat Foot Dub)” — Trojan Dub Rarities Box Set

Icky Renrut — “Jack Rabbit” — Stompin’ 24

Fadoul — “La Tiq Tiq Latiq” — Al Zman Saib

Arthur Lee Maye — “Oh Rooba Lee” — Specialty 45rpm

Joseph Kabasele — “Butsana Mama” — Le Grand Kallé: His Life, His Music – Joseph Kabasele And The Creation Of Modern Congolese Music

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Patt Stanton Gjonola — “My Bathroom” (1969 American-Standard show ‘The Bathrooms Are Coming’) — Everything’s Coming up Profits: The Golden Age of Industrial Musicals – The 1960s Vol. 1

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