Sunday, April 15, 2012

Earth Day Hangover/Mark Hosler Interview

Rev. Marc Time plays earth friendly songs but dissolves into some old school Krautrock in preparation for his interview with Negativland's Mark Hosler.
Listen HERE at Internet Archives :
9:30 AM XTC “Summer’s Cauldron” from Skylarking
9:35 AM XTC “Grass” from Skylarking
9:40 AM Flaming Lips “A Spoonful Weighs a Ton” from The Soft Bulletin
9:45 AM Ween “Zoloft” from Quebec
9:50 AM Kings of Convenience “Gold for the Price of Silver from Versus
10:02AM Julee Cruise “Rockin' Back Inside My Heart” from Floating Into the Night(Laptop, Album, Private, 1989) on Warner Bros. (USA)
10:07AM Richard Simmons “Colors of Your Life” from Colors of Your Life (Cassette)
10:09AM Kings of Convenience “Manhattan Skyline” from Winning a Battle, Losing the War - EP (2005) on CAROLINE ASTRALWERKS - CAT (,, USA)
10:14AM Milton Bradley “Mystery Date” from TV Ads
10:14AM The Crystals “He Hit Me (It Felt Like a Kiss)” from Da Doo Ron Ron - The Very Best of The Crystals (2011) on Legacy Recordings (, Japan)
10:15AM Velvet Underground & Nico “There She Goes Again ((Mono))” from The Velvet Underground & Nico (Deluxe Edition) (2002) on Universal Records
10:21AM Brian Eno “Baby's On Fire” from Here Come The Warm Jets (CD, Album, Private, 1974) on Virgin UK (UK)
10:26AM Arthur Lyman “Walk On The Wild Side” from Cotton Fields (2008) on Essential Media Group LLC
10:26AM The Bee Gees “I Started A Joke” from GREATEST HITS (CD, Album, Private, 1979) on Polydor (UK)
10:34AM Honey Vizer “Idiotically” from Homestyle 2007 (Rotation, Album, Other) Local
10:35AM Korla Pandit “OVER THE RAINBOW” from On the Wurlitzer Pipe Organ (Vinyl, Private, 1964) on Fantasy (, Los Angeles)
10:42AM Irma Glen “Every Day Is Earth Day” from Ecology and You
10:47AM Angelo Badalamenti “Starnight” from The Beach (OST)
10:48AM Michael Magne “Brazil” from Tropical Fantasy (Vinyl)
10:48AM Syd Barrett “Two Of A Kind” from The Complete Recordings 1940-1941
10:50AM Rolling Stones “In Another Land” from Their Satanic Majesties Request (CD, Album, Private, 1967) on London (UK)
10:55AM Can “Sing Swan Song” from Ege Bamyasi (Remastered)
10:55AM Neu! “Negativland” from NEU! (CD, Album, 2001) on Gronland
11:00AM Mark Hosler (Negativland) “(Interview)” from Live on the Sunday Morning Hangover
11:01AM Negativland “Freedom's Waiting” from free (CD, Album, Private, 1993, added 04/18/2010) on Seeland
11:04AM Mark Hosler (Negativland) “(Interview)” from Marc Time Interviews(Live Event Broadcast, Other, Other) on Marc Time (, USA)
11:58AM Negativland “Why Is This Commercial?” from Dispepsi (CD, Album, Private, 1997) on Seeland

1 comment:

who said...

Mister ReverEnd, to some folks out there, your show is good. But to me, I love it! More so KWVA in general, but your show is one of my favorites.
Nowhere-else can I tune in to a broadcast that is anything like Sunday Hungover.

I listen to the radio the loudest whilst driving around town in my car and in the summer time, usually with my windows rolled all the way down.

When I am not on the freeway or other Interstate Highway, this means that those immediately surrounding me at intersections and what have you that require drivers (and the passengers they may carry) to periodically stop. This would be when clearly hear the music I happen to be blasting through my car's stereo. Because they only get a glimpse, just an audio snap shot in time (if the shot were able to ring out, as sound cannot be preserved in the same way visionaries are captured in photography, but you get my drift) so here I am at a stoplight and at least four other vehicles also required to stop can hear for a good ten second count exactly what I am listening too. Like I said, they don't always get the context of that glimpse so their coherence is significantly affected. On occasion, like today, it makes me appear as some sort freak when it sounds like you and Ricky Richardo or script reading 'The Hunt For Red October' if it were a porno showing in a Cuban movie theater.

Which isn't by itself all that bad

It's just that I drive Toyota Corolla, and my hair is just an inch or so too long. This was not the best combination I can think of, and had I known, I would have either driven a different car (stole it if I had to) or gotten a hair cut the day before.

I cannot not blast the content of listening to, and I cannot not listen to KWVA


I could rearrange my daily schedule had I known in advance about this extremely embarrassing incident wherein your Soft-Core-Literature-Read-As-FCC-OK-Cuban-Porn mixed with my Toyota and need for a haircut like fish oil and water.

Somethings got to give Mister Reverend

One way or another, Mister Reverend,

This darkness has go

I'll trade you all day Sunday, for Monday morning,, which I will gladly pay you on....

and if you can finish that sentence with the correct day of the week, here is another "finish my sentence"

how many fingers am I holding up?