NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #262 ~ 03-20-21]

Pictured: Lord Buckley.

Like many of his routines, Lord Buckley’s own life was a hectic and chaotic parody of grandiosity. He held court constantly and he had willing courtiers because he was, for so many admirers, the Living Presence Of Swing. According to Charles Tacot’s liner notes to the album The Best Of Lord Buckley, he once marched a troupe of sixteen nude people through the lobby of the Royal Hawaiian Hotel. He inaugurated his own “religion” — the Church of the Living Swing — which featured, besides his uproarious monologues, two belly dancers. The “church” was raided by the vice squad…Lord Buckley gave proof of an immense awareness of the grandeur that existed outside of him, but he did not think it would represent any tribute to that grandeur if he groveled in front of an altar. “People should worship people,” was his reply.

— from Joseph Jablonski’s introduction to Lord Buckley: The Hiparama Of The Classics.

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 262 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

The Dells — “Wear It On Your Face” — Lost & Found: Real R’n’B & Soul

Jo Bisso — “Disco Madonna” — African Disco Experimentals (1974 to 1978)

Gene “The Draggin’ King” Moles — “Burning Rubber” — Lost Legends Of Surf Guitar Vol. 2: Point Panic!

Kamuran Akkor — “Doğru Mu Doğru Mu” — Kamuran Akkor

The Kinks — “Polly” — Something Else [mono]

Vaudou Game — “Tata Fatigue” — Otodi

Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band — “Ice Cream For Crow” — Ice Cream For Crow

IT’S MADISON TIME…

King Horror — “The Hole” — Loch Ness Monster

THE SECOND SET

Al Massrieen — “Hatgeni Tani” — Habibi Funk 006: Modern Music

The Omens — “Searching” — Keb Darge And Cut Chemist Present The Dark Side: 28 Sixties Garage Punk And Psyche Monsters

Los Shapis — “En La Selva” — Los Auténticos

Casino Music — “Faites Le Proton” — Mutant Disco (A Subtle Discolation Of The Norm)

Malavoi — “Nou Pé Pa Kimbé” — Mano Césaire Et La Formation Malavoi (La Naissance De La World Music Antillaise En 1969)

The Yardbirds — “Rack My Mind [Mono]” — Roger The Engineer (a.k.a. Over Under Sideways Down)

Linval Thompson — “Jamaican Calley” — Flashing Echo: Trojan In Dub 1970-1980

Reigning Sound — “If You Can’t Give Me Everything” — Too Much Guitar

THE THIRD SET

Girma Beyene — “Yebeqagnal” — Ethiopiques Vol. 8: Swinging Addis

The Erasers — “It Was So Funny (The Song That They Sung)” — Ork Records: New York, New York

Errol Brown & The Revolutionaries — “Bond Street Rock” — Dub Expression

Willie Mabon — “Wow I Feel So Good” — Jim Jam Gems Vol. 3: Party In The Front, Black Jack In The Back

Ryco Jazz — “La Juventud” — Congo Revolution: Afro-Latin/Jazz & Funk – Sounds From The Two Congos 1957-1973

The Undertones — “(She’s A) Runaround” — The Undertones

Koes Plus — “Pent Juri Hati (Heart Stealer)” — Dheg Dheg Plas Vols. 1 & 2

The Challengers — “Moondawg” — Songs We Taught The Fleshtones Vol. 9

THE FINAL SET

Wganda Kenya — “El Lobo” — Quantic Presents Tropical Funk Experience

The Crowns — “Hey Pretty Baby” — Dangerous Doo-Wop 1

Ayumi Ishida — “Taiyou Wa Naite Iru” — Nippon Girls 1: Japanese Pop, Beat & Bossa Nova 1966-70

Procol Harum — “Long Gone Geek” — A Salty Dog

Toots & the Maytals — “Louie, Louie” —  Funky Kingston

We The People… — “In The Past” — Garage Beat ’66 Vol. 6: Speak Of The Devil…

Ray & His Court — “Coming Home” — Cookie Crumbs: A Funk Anthology

LORD BUCKLEY’S WEEKLY BENEDICTION

Carlos d’Alessio — “Delicatessen Générique Fin” — Delicatessen OST

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