Tuesday, November 27, 2007

November 27, 2007

The full notes from Henry should be available Wednesday on the official site. A big thank you to the provider of the track list, whom I am never sure wants to named or not, so I will err on the side of discretion.

Part One * Part Two * Part Three * Part Four

Track list:

01. Salah Ragab - Ramadan In Space Time
02. Deadboy & The Elephantmen - Grave Beyond Windows
03. Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band – Bill’s Corpse
04. The Harlem Hamfats - Weed Smoker's Dream
05. John Wiese - Casual Psychedelic
06. The Fall - Last Commands Of Xyralothep Via MES
07. Noah Howard - Queen Anne
08. The Galloping Coroners - Hello Universe!
09. Steward - The Last Wasps Of Summer (Remixed By Downpour)
10. Mark Stewart – Survival (edit)
11. Holland - Suburb On The Euphrates
12. Georgie James - You Can Have It
13. Hawnay Troof – Gloria
14. Pere Ubu - Dream The Moon
15. Meat Puppets - Up On The Sun
16. The Rondelles - Rediscover Fire
17. Saccharine Trust - Success And Failure
18. The Eyes – Disneyland
19. The Ruts – Blackman’s Pinch (Underhill Studio 21. Sessions)
20. The Instant Automatons - People Laugh At Me
21. Tom Waits – November
22. Tom Verlaine – Glory (Live Washington DC 11-11-81)
23. The Mae-Shi - Summer In Gomorrah


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot!

Wed Nov 28, 07:59:00 AM EST  
Anonymous Mr C. said...

Like Ian Astbury once sang:
You're an angel, baby!

Sat Dec 01, 06:44:00 AM EST  
Blogger Angela said...

Wow, great pictures! Are those all from in and around Stockholm?

Does anyone ever get mad if they catch you taking their picture?

Sat Dec 01, 10:08:00 AM EST  
Anonymous mr c. said...

Thank you!

There are some shots from Gothenburg
in part one, the rest are taken in Sthlm
or Vasteras (which is my hometown).

A few has gotten mad, but people are
mostly kind if you treat them with respect.
For the most part I try to stay unnoticed.

Sun Dec 02, 02:01:00 PM EST  
Blogger Angela said...

mr. c,

Your pictures are great compositions, but they also capture personal moments in time so they never feel static. Are you a professional photographer?

Mon Dec 03, 12:34:00 AM EST  
Anonymous Mr C. said...

Nope, photography is an outlet for my creativity
and keeps me sane. I take your question as a
compliment, and I also thank you for the feedback!

Mon Dec 03, 11:31:00 AM EST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pardon my ignorance, but recently in conversation the topic of "amy winehouse" and her "awesome music" came up.

did she not record some previously released songs on her album? didn't henry play an original once? That "Rehab" tune?

regards, --z3b

Mon Dec 03, 06:25:00 PM EST  
Blogger Angela said...

Interesting question. Here's what I found: Winehouse did a cover of a Sam Cooke song "Cupid" on the deluxe edition of her Back to Black album and Henry has played Sam Cooke on HIMH, but not that song. The track Henry played (twice) was "Nobody Knows the trouble I've Seen", once on September 13, 2004 and again on the March 21, 2006 broadcast.

I'm guessing that's the one you might be thinking of. (maybe?)

Mon Dec 03, 07:13:00 PM EST  

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