Sneaky Dragon Listening Party – Ep. 52

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Hello, partygoers!

We hope you like music as much as we do. Because why else are you here??? This week we have a lot of music with our regular mix tape songs plus seven bonus tracks!

So, grab a spot on the old divan that I got out of my grandma’s basement and let’s listen to some witch rock, horn driven art crtiques, psych pop, orchestral-alt-rock, Smile-era banjos, freak folk, and folksy death!

This episode we are spinning:

  1. Rita Lee and Tutti-Frutti – “Yo No Creo Pero…” – Atrás do Porto Tem Uma Cidade, 1974 – 17:22
  2. Stereolab – “One Small Step” – Aluminum Tunes, 1998 – 50:53
  3. Meilyr Jones – “How to Recognize a Work of Art” – 2013, 2016 – 59:24
  4. The Holy Modal Rounders – “Black Bottom” – Good Taste Is Timeless, 1971 – 1:07:37
  5. Don Grady – “Impressions with Syvonne” – Canterbury single b/w “Leaving It Up to You”, 1967 – 1:31:00
  6. The Besnard Lakes – “Disaster” – The Besnard Lakes Are the Dark Horse, 2007 – 1:59:37
  7. The High Llamas – “Nomads” – Hawaii, 1996 – 2:07:24
  8. Gruff Rhys – “American Interior” – American Interior, 2014 – 2:17:20
  9. The GTOs – “Do Me In Once and I’ll Be Sad, Do Me In Twice and I’ll Know Better (Circular Circulation)” – Permanent Damage, 1969 – 2:27:35
  10. Sufjan Stevens – “John My Beloved” – Carrie and Lowell, 2015 – 2:48:04

Also playing on the old Victrola:

  • Cilibrinas do Eden – “Paxão da Minha Existencia Atribulada” – Cilibrinas do Eden, 1973 – 28:22
  • Arnoldo Baptista – “Cê Tá Pensando Que Eu Sou Lóki?” – Lóki?, 1974 – 45:09
  • The Holy Modal Rounders – “If You Want to Be a Bird” – Last Round, 1978 – 1:21:33
  • Ray Price – “You Done Me Wrong” – Columbiua single “Crazy Arms” b/w “You Done Me Wrong”, 1956 – 1:24:43
  • Don Grady – “Leaving It Up to You” – Canterbury single b/w “Impressions with Syvonne”, 1967 – 1:36:20
  • The Yellow Balloon – “Yellow Balloon” – Yellow Balloon, 1967 – 1:48:07
  • The Yellow Balloon – “Junk Maker Shoppe” – Yellow Balloon, 1967 – 1:56:18

Mixtape Download!

If you’d like to download this bi-week’s mix, click on this link! You can hear the whole mix with some pretty great transitions between songs.

Department of Corections:

Yes, Dave did say The Teddy Boys! What he meant was The Teddy Bears, who are famous for “To Know Him Is to Love Him” and for its most famous member, producer Phil Spector.

Design Travesty!

By Mary’s request, here is that truly ugly cover for Arnaldo Baptista’s LSD-casualty album Lóki?:

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