NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #233 ~ 07-04-20]

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Pictured: The Ronettes.

Cut in mono, parts of Spector’s big orchestrations were obscured or lost completely. Phil willingly parted with them. His sound was an overview, a primordial feel of joyful noise, although many technical people in the business could not comprehend it. In New York, removed from Larry Levine and his unspoken command, engineers would jump on Phil about his decibel level and the resulting distortion of sound, to little avail. “He’d say, 1 don’t care if the dials jump off the meters, I want it to sound distorted,’ ” Arnold Goland said, “so what would happen is, on the master the needle would literally jump out of the grooves, that’s how loud it was cut. Sometimes there’d be recalls on his records and he’d have to do them all over again. But he didn’t care. He was going after what he wanted.”

— Mark Ribowsky, He’s A Rebel: Phil Spector, Rock’n’Roll’s Legendary Producer.

No one could enter the Outdoor Patio™ at the Purple Bat Lounge last Saturday (it still reeked of tear gas), so the action was bottled up indoors. Feel the intensity! Smell the spilled Lee-Roy cocktails! Experience an evening on Brush St., without fear of personal harm! All by clicking immediately below…

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 233 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

The O’Jays — “Shiftless, Shady, Jealous Kind Of People” — Back Stabbers

Gabo Brown & Orchestre Poly-Rythmo — “It’s A Vanity” — African Scream Contest

Enchanters 4 — “Like Tuff” — Strummin’ Mental! Part 3

The Chosen Few — “Funky Buttercup” — Soul Power Funky Kingston 2: Reggae Dancefloor Grooves 1968-74

Jimmy McConville — “Scorpion” — Farrall 45rpm

Gülden Karaböcek — “Bana Gercekleri Söyle” — Psych Funk A’ La Turkish Vol. 2

The Coasters — “Bad Detective” — 50 Coastin’ Classics

Los Golden Boys — “La Negra Celina” — The Afrosound of Colombia Vol. 1

IT’S MADISON TIME…

SISTER HYDE-FRANKENSTEIN

The Tornados — “Jungle Fever” — Vampires, Cowboys, Spacemen And Spooks: The Very Best Of Joe Meek’s Instrumentals

THE SECOND SET

Ron Rogers — “Yaya” — Mutant Disco #3: Garage Sale

Trio Select — “Ensemble Select En Action” — Haiti Direct: Big Band, Mini Jazz & Twoubadou Sounds 1960-1978

The Combinations — “Voodoo” — Whip! Wobble & Grind! 1962-1964

Los Ovnis De Jorge Chambergo Porta — “Corazón Herido” — Bailando Con Los Ovnis

Shoes — “Do You Wanna Get Lucky” — Black Vinyl Shoes

Inner Circle & The Fatman Riddim Section — “Fidel At The Control” — Heavyweight Dub

The Ronettes — “Keep On Dancing” — Phil Spector: Back to Mono 1958-1969

Edikanfo — “Blinking Eyes” — The Pace Setters

Wire — “Options R (5th Demo)” — Chairs Missing [Special Edition – Studio Demos]

THE THIRD SET

Trinity — “School Days Version” — Well Cha’rged Channel One

Rose Royce — “Mid Day DJ Theme” — Car Wash OST

Lisandro Meza — “Acordeon Pitador” — Rey Sabanero Del Acordeon: Folclor Costeño De Colombia

James Carpenter — “Party Time” — Dave Hamilton’s Detroit Funk

Mulatu Astatque — “Assiyo Bellema” — Assiyo Bellema: Golden Years of Modern Ethiopian Music

Sparks — “Here In Heaven” — Kimono My House

Franklin Boukaka Ses Sanzas Et Son Orchestre Congolais — “Kue Tu Kuenda (Pachanga-Lari)” — Survivance [Bolibana Collection]

The Jokers — “Moscow Guitar” — Guitar Boogie

Charanjit Singh — “Chhailla Babu [From “Chhailla Babu”, 1978]” — Jonny Trunk & Joel Martin Present Bollywood Funk Experience

Bobby Parker — “Gimme A LIttle Lovin’” — East Coast Guitar Killers Vol. 1

THE FINAL SET

The Cramps — “New Kind Of Kick” — File Under Sacred Music: Early Singles 1978-81

Salim Abdulla With The Cuban Marimba Band — “Ndio Hali Ya Dunia” — Africa Dances

Little Johnny And The Silvertones — “Rock ‘Til The End Of Time” — I Still Hate CD’s: Norton Records 45 RPM Singles Collection

Lena Lim And The Stylers — “Luna, Luna” — Singapore A-Go-Go Vol. 1

Alan Vega and Martin Rev (Suicide) — “Mr. Ray” — Suicide (Second Album)

Camilo Azuquita — “Borombon” — Panama! 2: Latin, Calypso & Funk On The Isthmus 1967-77

The Equals — “I Cant Let You Go” — Greatest Hits

754buckley  LORD BUCKLEY’S WEEKLY BENEDICTION

Peppermint Harris — “I Got Loaded” — Rhythm ‘N’ Blues Vol. 2

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