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WHO'S FORGOTTEN FURRY LINT? - World's first xenochronous broadcast

Transmitted on CKLN-FM in Toronto, Ontario, Canada from 11:00pm, Sunday, 8/28/88, to 2:44am, Monday, 8/29/88

http://dobbstown.com

http://www.fivebodied.com/archives/audio/phatic_communion/01_FurryLint/


PART A

1. Introduction by Bob Marshall (10/06/49 - ), presently living in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

2. Bob and Connie Dobbs visit Garrett Deane's (9/11/07 - 11/01/93) home at 64 Queen Street, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada on 12/31/83

3. Roy Orbison (4/23/36 - 12/6/8, IN DREAMS, released 2/63

4. Sherman Skolnick's (7/13/30 - 5/22/06) recorded message available on his answering machine

5. The Buckinghams, KIND OF A DRAG, released 2/67

6. David E. Worcester (5/23/28 - ), presently living in Everett, Washington

7. Blood, Sweat & Tears, MY DAYS ARE NUMBERED from the album Child is Father to the Man, released 2/68

8. Marshall McLuhan (7/21/11 - 12/31/80)


PART B

1. Marshall McLuhan continues

2. Patsy Cline (9/8/32 - 3/5/63), STRANGE, released 1/10/62

3. Lyndon LaRouche (9/8/22 - ) interview by Bob Marshall in 1986 and broadcast on CKLN at the time

4. Love with Arthur Lee (3/7/45 - 8/3/06), THE DAILY PLANET from the album Forever Changes, released 11/67

5. Garrett Deane, private phone call with Bob Dobbs, recorded on 12/29/83 before our visit to Garrett's home later that week (see PART A above)

6. Scheduled CKLN programming notice at this point in the broadcast

7. "Bob's Talk Show" (in which Bob Dobbs picked a phone number in Toronto at random) recorded at Dave Newfeld's home on "Black Monday", 10/19/87 - segment later used on Bob's Media Ecology produced by Dave Newfeld and Nelson Thall

8. Musical interlude of "unlogged" artists/composers randomly selected from the CKLN library by Dave Newfeld

9. Excerpt from a British TV show, Best Kept Secrets, broadcast on TV ONTARIO in late August, 1981

10. First half of Mae Brussell (5/29/22 - 10/3/8 interview by Arthur Black (radio show called Basic Black) on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in 1987 during the Iran-Contra scandal - interview subject suggested to the CBC host by an 80-year-old female listener to Bob Marshall's The International Connection (broadcast weekly on CKLN from Aug.29/84 - 1990)


PART C

1. Second half of Mae Brussell interview by Arthur Black (radio show called Basic Black) on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in 1987 during the Iran-Contra scandal

2. Frank Zappa (12/21/40 - 12/4/93) and Captain Beefheart (1/15/41 - ), 200 YEARS OLD from the album Bongo Fury, released 10/75

3. Main part of Frank Zappa interview on Howard Stern's (1/12/54 - ) radio show in New York City, late 1987

4. Bob Marshall's commentary at this point in the broadcast of WHO'S FORGOTTEN FURRY LINT?

5. Musical interlude of "unlogged" artists/composers randomly selected from the CKLN library by Dave Newfeld, producer of Broken Social Scene's You Forgot It in People, released 10/15/02

6. David E. Worcester, private phone call with Bob Dobbs (2/02/22 - ), recorded in mid-January, 1986, about a week before the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster on 1/28/86

7. Love with Arthur Lee, YOU SET THE SCENE (first third of song) from the album Forever Changes, released 11/67


PART D

1. Love with Arthur Lee, YOU SET THE SCENE (second third of song) from the album Forever Changes, released 11/67

2. Sherman Skolnick's recorded message available on his answering machine

3. Patsy Cline, SHE'S GOT YOU, released 1/10/62

4. Dave Newfeld's commentary at this point in the broadcast - note the xenochrony since Dave didn't know the upcoming McLuhan excerpt would have the word "artifacts" in it

5. Marshall McLuhan

6. Booker T. & the M.G.'s, GREEN ONIONS, released 8/62 - with accompanying verbal ejaculations emitted by Dave Newfeld, Bob Marshall, Bob Dobbs, and Wolfman Jack (1/21/38 - 7/1//95)

7. Lyndon LaRouche interview by CNN's Larry King in early 1988

8. Scheduled CKLN programming notice for local Toronto legend Milton Blake's (1944 - 10/18/07) show, "The Musical Triangle," at this point in the broadcast

9. Repeat of "Bob's Talk Show" (in which Bob Dobbs picked a phone number in Toronto at random) recorded at Dave Newfeld's home on "Black Monday", 10/19/87 - segment later used on Bob's Media Ecology produced by Dave Newfeld and Nelson Thall

10. Musical interlude of "unlogged" artists/composers randomly selected from the CKLN library by Dave Newfeld

11. Sherman Skolnick's recorded message on the death of Chicago Mayor, Harold Washington (4/15/22 - 11/25/87), available on his answering machine


PART E

1. Ketty Lester (8/16/34 - ), LOVE LETTERS, released 1962

2. David E. Worcester, private phone call with Bob Dobbs, recorded on the evening of the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, 1/28/86

3. Nat King Cole (3/17/19 - 2/15/65), STAY AS SWEET AS YOU ARE, recorded 12/28/56 and released in 1957

4. Mae Brussell interview by Q107's Jane Hawtin in Toronto shortly after John Lennon's (10/9/40 - 12/8/80) murder - interview subject suggested to Hawtin by Bob Marshall

5. Musical interlude of "unlogged" artists/composers randomly selected from the CKLN library by Dave Newfeld

6. Frank Zappa, WHAT'S NEW IN BALTIMORE? from the album Frank Zappa Meets the Mothers of Prevention, released 11/21/85

7. Scheduled CKLN programming notice at this point in the broadcast

8. Last part of Frank Zappa interview on Howard Stern's radio show in New York City, late 1987

9. The Beatles, THE FOOL ON THE HILL from the album Magical Mystery Tour, released 11/27/67, with accompanying commentary by Bob Marshall


PART F

1. The Evergreens, 6,500 - 7,000 entities channeled by Michael Blake Read from 8/74 to 10/04

2. Bob Dobbs' commentary on the above excerpt from the Evergreens at this point in the broadcast

3. Musical interlude of "unlogged" artists/composers randomly selected from the CKLN library by Dave Newfeld

4. Bob Dobbs' commentary on the upcoming excerpt from Dr. Beter at this point in the broadcast

5. Dr. Beter from Audio Letter #79 (his penultimate Audio Letter) recorded on 9/30/82

6. Nat King Cole, beginning and middle parts of LOVE LETTERS, recorded 12/19/56 and released in 1957 - with more "bleed-through" from Bob Marshall


PART G

1. Nat King Cole, final part of LOVE LETTERS, recorded 12/19/56 and released in 1957

2. Recording of CKLN broadcast in 1986 of Bob Marshall reading from the transcript of a Dr. Beter Audio Letter (1982) on his International Connection show

3. Nat King Cole, OH HOW I MISS YOU TONIGHT, recorded 11/12/62 and released in 1962

4. Marshall McLuhan predicts the Internet in 1966

5. Scheduled CKLN programming notice at this point in the broadcast

6. David E. Worcester, private phone call with Bob Dobbs in 2/86

7. Scheduled CKLN Station ID by Willie Dixon (7/1/15 - 1/29/92) at this point in the broadcast

8. Toussaint McCall (1934 - ), NOTHING TAKES THE PLACE OF YOU, released 1967 - note the outbursts of giddy ecstasy from Bob Marshall, Dave Newfeld, and Bob Dobbs "bleeding through" as they realize the monumentality of what they have just spontaneously broadcast

9. Scheduled CKLN Station ID by Gil Scott-Heron (4/1/49 - ) at this point in the broadcast

10. Nat King Cole, MORE - with another spurt of delight from Bob Marshall, Dave Newfeld, and Bob Dobbs "bleeding through"

11. Dick Gregory (10/12/32 - ), excerpt from a lecture given at Massey Hall in Toronto in 4/81

12. Musical interlude of "unlogged" artists/composers randomly selected from the CKLN library by Dave Newfeld

13. Frank Zappa, WATERMELON IN EASTER HAY from the album Joe's Garage - Acts 2 and 3, released 11/79

14. Musical interlude of "unlogged" artists/composers randomly selected from the CKLN library by Dave Newfeld

15. Garrett Deane, more of the private phone call with Bob Dobbs, recorded on 12/29/83 before our visit to Garrett's home later that week (see PART A above)

16. Bob Dobbs' commentary at this point in the broadcast

17. Frank Zappa, beginning of MUFFIN MAN from the album Bongo Fury, released 10/75


PART H

1. Frank Zappa, full version of MUFFIN MAN from the album Bongo Fury, released 10/75

2. Musical interlude of "unlogged" artists/composers randomly selected from the CKLN library by Dave Newfeld

3. Live commentary from the "peanut gallery", including a surprising call from Perry Didaskalou, former programmer at CKLN, who was puzzled by the unmistakable xenochrony of the broadcast

4. Reviews from the audience left on Bob Dobbs' answering machine


My inventory above is based on the original taping of the broadcast on four 60-min. cassettes by Perry Didaskalou.


Bob Dobbs


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fivebodied wrote:
WHO'S FORGOTTEN FURRY LINT? - World's first xenochronous broadcast

PART B

4. Love with Arthur Lee (3/7/45 - 8/3/06), THE DAILY PLANET from the album Forever Changes, released 11/67

PART C

7. Love with Arthur Lee, YOU SET THE SCENE (first third of song) from the album Forever Changes, released 11/67

PART D

1. Love with Arthur Lee, YOU SET THE SCENE (second third of song) from the album Forever Changes, released 11/67


BOB: A useful book explaining the FOREVER CHANGES album:

http://www.amazon.com/Forever-Changes-Thirty-Three-Third/dp/0826414931/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1201731617&sr=1-1

It's part of the 33 1/3 series:

http://www.continuumbooks.com/Series/default.aspx?ImprintID=2&CountryID=2


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MDWIJazQ8WI
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The teenage members of a group of self-proclaimed pacifists decide to carry guns. They call themselves The Dandies. Their club is assembled from the young misfits in a fictional small American mining town, Electric Park. It is started after the main character, Dick Dandelion (Jamie Bell), buys what he thinks is a toy gun as a gift. His co-worker tells him the gun is real, and the two start shooting and studying in their spare time. They later recruit other outcasts, young men (and one token woman) who do not, or cannot, work in the mine, including one boy in leg braces and his younger brother Freddie.

The film features many tracks by the 1960s pop-rock band The Zombies, including "She's Not There", "Time of the Season". Dick's final words to Wendy in his letter, "it's the time of the season for loving" is a quote from the latter song.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dear_wendy




Starring: Wendy - gun.
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