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christiki295
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Posted: 2006-07-16 11:53 pm   Permalink

I didn't know GM used the "Shaft" soundtrack to sell its cars.

Aside from producing the EV-1 and the Corvette, its probably the best idea they have had.


 
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I, Zombie
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From: the Les Baxter Grotto (Minneapolis)
Posted: 2006-07-21 01:49 am   Permalink

Quote:

On 2006-07-16 23:53, christiki295 wrote:
I didn't know GM used the "Shaft" soundtrack to sell its cars.

Aside from producing the EV-1 and the Corvette, its probably the best idea they have had.



Hey, don't forget about the Vega! It takes a lot of engineering prowess to make a car that will stop working by just having the owner look at it!

That GM record is just plain crazy!

I,Z



 
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From: the Les Baxter Grotto (Minneapolis)
Posted: 2006-07-21 02:11 am   Permalink

The latest streaming edition of Jet Set Planet, episode #50, is available with realplayer at http://helix.kfai.org/ramgen/replay/jetset-1.rm or via my website http://www.jetsetplanet.com

The "Who are these guys" show.

Highlights include:

Koichi Oki is a Yamaha Superstar!
Jeri Adams gets all Groovey (sic) in the Groovey Drawing Room.
Norma Benguell plays a mean drum.
Charles K.L. Davis climbs a tree.
Faye Richmonde orders some hot nuts.
Sil Austin builds a fall out shelter.
And Daws Butler and Don Messick are just the Bomb!

Who?

Thanks to all of those who turned me on to the above. And Thank God for the internet, eh?!!

Enjoy

~Glen



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From: the Les Baxter Grotto (Minneapolis)
Posted: 2006-07-28 02:03 am   Permalink

Hi all,

The latest streaming edition of Jet Set Planet, episode #51, is available with realplayer at
http://helix.kfai.org/ramgen/replay/jetset-1.rm or via my website http://www.jetsetplanet.com

The Love Show

Highlights include:

Barbarella joins the Young Lovers.
Tony Newley tries love - Sapphic style.
Jalousie tears apart Luis Arcaraz.
Sex advice from Alex North & Cleopatra.
Bob Thompson says "Do it Again!"
And Dick Hyman... well, it's Dick Hyman!

Oh, and we find God at the end of the 2nd hour.
(Traitor Vic take note: The Living Strings AND Living Voices together in ONE SONG!)

Enjoy

~Glen



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From: the Les Baxter Grotto (Minneapolis)
Posted: 2006-08-04 01:37 am   Permalink

Hi all,

The latest streaming edition of Jet Set Planet, episode #52, is available with realplayer at
http://helix.kfai.org/ramgen/replay/jetset-1.rm or via my website http://www.jetsetplanet.com

Highlights include:

Mel Henke reports: "Wow, what a Powerplant!"
Charles Randolph Grean plays Marcus Welby M.D. on TV.
Mongo Santamaria wants to Party!
Les Baxter is the Master of the World.
Elmer Berstein can't escape Alfred Apaka's Hawaiian souvenirs!
The Banjo Barons have a duel,
and somebody gets killed in an elevator!

It's plain frightening, I tell ya.

Enjoy

~Glen


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From: the Les Baxter Grotto (Minneapolis)
Posted: 2006-08-21 4:17 pm   Permalink

Hi all,

I've been goofin' off on vacation in the middle of nowhere in Maine and just got back to civilization! Hope you catch the two Jet Set Planet shows that took place while I was away.

Jet Set Planet, Program # 054- DJ SLT and Chris brought their crazy, groovy soundtrack sounds to Jet Set Planet. These guys are great!

Jet Set Planet, Program # 053
"When Worlds Collide, Part 4" - hosted by Sherwood B. Fun

Here's Sherwood's comments on the show: "On this 4th installment of WWC, we're going to concentrate on artists far closer to the modern era, obviously influenced by the first-generation hi-fi lounge-o-nauts we usually hear in this time slot."

Both can be heard in the KFAI archives. Go to
http://www.kfai.org/kfai2/audarch.htm
and scroll down to Jet Set Planet.

See ya soon!

I, Zombie



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From: the Les Baxter Grotto (Minneapolis)
Posted: 2006-08-25 01:13 am   Permalink

Hi all,

The latest streaming edition of Jet Set Planet, episode #55, is available with realplayer at
http://helix.kfai.org/ramgen/replay/jetset-1.rm or via my website http://www.jetsetplanet.com

Highlights include:

Hey Man, pass the Mary Mayo for my Dick Hyman. I got gas... Moon Gas!
Steinmetz on Sex: The Great Orgasm in the Sky.
Handel done Mariachi style?
"Sim Sim," said Arthur Lyman.
Buddy Collette's Polynesian Suite.
Plus the Mind Expanders, Jerry Murad's Harmonicats, and Sandy Warner - Martin Denny's cover girl.

It's good to be back.

Enjoy

~Glen


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From: the Les Baxter Grotto (Minneapolis)
Posted: 2006-09-01 01:38 am   Permalink

Happy Labor Day everyone!

The latest streaming edition of Jet Set Planet, episode #56, is available with realplayer at
http://helix.kfai.org/ramgen/replay/jetset-1.rm or via my website http://www.jetsetplanet.com

Highlights include:

Horst Jankowski, bad teeth and all, swings with Shne-Boo-Bedee-Bop.
Ray Ellis hangs out with a bunch of Misfits.
Johnny Mann mixes up some Rum and Cokes for Si Zentner.
The Theme from Sodom & Gomorrah: pass the salt, will ya?
Take a trip on the SS Lurline to the Hukilau.
A Don Costa freak out with Simon and Garfunkel.
Plus the Bad and the Beautiful, the "Weird" and the Wonderful, and the Tean Beat Discotheque.

Who says you need an injection of soul. I like my music good, stiff, and awkward!

Enjoy the holiday!
~Glen


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From: the Les Baxter Grotto (Minneapolis)
Posted: 2006-09-08 01:33 am   Permalink

Hi everyone!

The latest streaming edition of Jet Set Planet, episode #57, is available with realplayer at
http://helix.kfai.org/ramgen/replay/jetset-1.rm or via my website http://www.jetsetplanet.com

Highlights include:

Urbie Green throws a party!
Gilligan asks: Me Tarzan, You Jane?
A bunch of Germans land on Waikiki, and a helluva lot of hula breaks out!
Connie Francis does a little hula herself.
Plus Carl Stevens has Love for Sale,
I get a kick out of Esquivel,
and Bumps McGhee grinds it up with the G-String Strip.

The weekend is upon us, and I say: Take it off baby, take it off!

Enjoy

~Glen


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I, Zombie
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From: the Les Baxter Grotto (Minneapolis)
Posted: 2006-09-15 02:15 am   Permalink

Hi everyone!

The latest streaming edition of Jet Set Planet, episode #58, is available with realplayer at
http://helix.kfai.org/ramgen/replay/jetset-1.rm or via my website http://www.jetsetplanet.com

Highlights include:

Gunter Kallmann and his ding-a-lings get it up for Up-Up and Away!
"Don't Cha Hear Me Callin' Ya?" asks Ted Heath.
The Dancing Voices Go Latin!
Let's have a Palm Wine Party.
Eh Oh, Eh Oh
Nite Trix by the Three Suns
plus Rose Marie dates a boozer, Carmen picks up a hoe, and Bill Dogget screams: Stop that Twistin!

Hey I'm just getting started.

Enjoy

~Glen



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I, Zombie
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From: the Les Baxter Grotto (Minneapolis)
Posted: 2006-09-22 01:47 am   Permalink

Hi everyone!

The latest streaming edition of Jet Set Planet, episode #59, is available with realplayer at
http://helix.kfai.org/ramgen/replay/jetset-1.rm or via my website http://www.jetsetplanet.com

Highlights include:

Stu Philips "Feels LIke Lovin'" and I can't stop him
The Night People attack and Crazy Otto leads the way
Dan & Dale fish the Coral Reefs
3 new-to-me Martin Denny albums picked up in Beer town.
Broadway welcomes Edmundo Ros to TV(?)
Leroy Holmes in the Mulberry Bush
The living series gives everyone CPR.
And Milt Rogers speaks French: Can you say Freres Jacques?

I'll have a coke with those fries.

Enjoy

~Glen



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From: LA-2547 mls east Hawaii &5500 Easter Is
Posted: 2006-09-24 10:55 pm   Permalink

I like the reference to the "Big Book of Tiki."

Where online would I find a CD of "Coconut Island?"

I love your hapa haloe song with the Hawaiian chanting beginning.



 
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From: the Les Baxter Grotto (Minneapolis)
Posted: 2006-09-26 5:03 pm   Permalink

Christiki,

Actually that On a Coconut Island record was sent to me by a listener in Georgia -- the actual vinyl. And he got that deep down in some pile of records at a flea market. I think that one is probably out of print for good. The label was the same label that Vegas Vic was showcasing a few weeks ago -- 49th State Records out of Hawaii -- so if you get a chance check that out. I'll try to play some cuts off it in the coming weeks so you can hear more of it.

Thanks for listening!

glen




 
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From: LA-2547 mls east Hawaii &5500 Easter Is
Posted: 2006-09-27 9:32 pm   Permalink

Quote:

[i]On 2006-09-26 17:03, I, Zombie wrote:

Actually that On a Coconut Island record was sent to me by a listener in Georgia -- the actual vinyl. And he got that deep down in some pile of records at a flea market.




The Higher-than-Fi research knows no limits.


 
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From: the Les Baxter Grotto (Minneapolis)
Posted: 2006-09-29 01:24 am   Permalink

Hi everyone!

The latest streaming edition of Jet Set Planet, episode #60, is available with realplayer at
http://helix.kfai.org/ramgen/replay/jetset-1.rm or via my website http://www.jetsetplanet.com

Highlights include:

The Splendor of Werner Muller!
They call the wind the Living Voices.
Ask Yourself Why, Michel LeGrand, ask yourself why.
Ferrente & Teicher unleash the Thing from Out of this World.
David Janssen narrates the Hidden Island! An Exotica Gem.
Shango bangs out Hey Jude on a steal drum.
The Torch is burning for Mr Franklin McCormack
plus Dick Dale, King Curtis, and Ray Martin.

C'est Si Bon!*

Enjoy

~Glen (* edit - I just can't spell at 3am... sorry)


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