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Jet Set Planet Radio: live 9-1030pm Fridays or 24/7 online
Vince Martini
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Posted: 2010-05-11 09:38 am   Permalink

I am in the groove right now! Go I,Zombie, go!!! C'mon, I know you're a zombie, but can't you move a little faster? Anywho...

This podcast has "RIGHTEOUS" scribbled all over it, especially with Sammy opening up with "Johnny Cool!" Are you kidding me? What a total gas!!! "Blue Light" (The Revengers) played like a tune straight out of a Quinn-Martin production. Has anyone seen Karl Malden? Ascot -- as the kids say, was totally buggin'!

Lost tracks of Ziggy Stardust? You are a consummate showman, ain't ya?

GREAT SHOW

Shaken and stirred -

Vince Martini



 
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I, Zombie
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Posted: 2010-05-11 6:14 pm   Permalink

Hey Vince, thanks for checking us out! And I'm REALLY excited about that Revengers LP!!! And the Quinn Martin comparison is Classic! Good call.

I,Z

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Vince Martini
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Posted: 2010-05-11 7:09 pm   Permalink

Quote:

On 2010-05-11 18:14, I, Zombie wrote:
Hey Vince, thanks for checking us out! And I'm REALLY excited about that Revengers LP!!! And the Quinn Martin comparison is Classic! Good call.

I,Z

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I am ready for the next show!!!



 
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I, Zombie
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Posted: 2010-05-11 8:58 pm   Permalink

Here's another LP I'm really excited about -- and it will be featured next week! I. Z.


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Posted: 2010-05-11 9:04 pm   Permalink

Quote:

On 2010-05-11 20:58, I, Zombie wrote:
Here's another LP I'm really excited about -- and it will be featured next week! I. Z.






The jacket opens in the middle? What panoramic vista lies underneath???


 
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Posted: 2010-05-12 04:50 am   Permalink

ah, the mystery is much better than the reality... no vistas, just loads of technical data about stereo fidelity! Beautiful in its own right of course.

 
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I, Zombie
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Posted: 2010-05-19 08:33 am   Permalink

Jet Set Planet: twisting one mind at a time

Listening advice for this episode: You'd better sit down for this one.

Playlist and streaming AUDIO available here:
http://www.kfai.org/node/28074

To listen: Just press the "Listen Now" button, agree to the legalese, scroll down and choose either MP3 or RealAudio, and you're on your way. Sounds great in Itunes, Windows Media Player, or listen via your browser.

The HIGHLIGHTS (May 17, 2010)

*You thought you were getting “A Night Out with Raoul” but instead you ended up with a poorly recorded, pedestrian version of “Frere Jacques.” But what do you expect from a CROWN record?

*When Carl Stevens hears The Call of the Jungle, well look out! Mercury Perfect Presence Sound never sounded so good. We sample his "African Sounds" LP as we delve into Exotica in the first part of the program.

* Are they drunk? Or brilliant musicians? Find out when we hear Ruben Rodriguez and His Guadalajara Kings from their LP "Too Much Tequila."

*Gianni Marchetti's soundtrack to "The Wild Eye." Man the songs are GREAT! But they're so short, I have to play two tracks from the LP!

Catch ALL the action, and some great cocktail tunes, on Jet Set Planet - your source for all things Higher-Than-Fi. http://www.kfai.org/jetsetplanet

We're currently live from 10:30-midnight on Monday nights (90.3 FM in Minneapolis)but we're moving to Friday nights at 9 starting June 4!Of course you can always catch us on Memorex in the KFAI audio archives 24 hours a day.

Be there,
Aloha

p.s. If you missed last week’s show, that’s still available here:
http://www.kfai.org/node/27924

And the week before is at: http://www.kfai.org/node/27776



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I, Zombie
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From: the Les Baxter Grotto (Minneapolis)
Posted: 2010-05-25 09:06 am   Permalink

Jet Set Planet: the Last Monday night episode

Listening advice for this episode: RELAX (we'll provide the XXX tunes a little later...)

Playlist and streaming AUDIO available here:
http://www.kfai.org/node/28223

To listen: Just press the "Listen Now" button, agree to the legalese, scroll down and choose either MP3 or RealAudio, and you're on your way. Sounds great in Itunes, Windows Media Player, or listen via your browser.

The HIGHLIGHTS (May 24, 2010)

* We’re packing up all the crates of vinyl, the 45s, the compact discs, the downloads, and we’re moving to Friday nights at 9 starting June 4th. So tonight, it’s time to celebrate our last Monday evening episode of Jet Set Planet.

*Hey, we’re not playing records from the dollar bin to celebrate, no sirree. We’re playing records from the .50 cent bin!

* Al Nevins commands you to relax. RELAX, RELAX, RELAX. Do I have to shout it at you until I’m blue in the face?

*Speaking of blue, an extended double set of tunes from the adult cinema of the early 1970s shows up like a naughty novel stuck between the seat cushions of your favorite couch (and discovered by your grandmother when she stops by for a visit).

*Listener requests for "Mega Vixens" and "The Sensuous Woman" are fulfilled.

*Plus the African Sounds of Carl Stevens, the Bongo instruction expertise of Jack Burger, and the production library prowess of the Glen Somers Orchestra.
Catch ALL the action, and some great cocktail tunes, on Jet Set Planet - your source for all things Higher-Than-Fi. http://www.kfai.org/jetsetplanet.

We're live from 10:30-midnight on Monday nights (90.3 FM in Minneapolis) or catch us on Memorex in the KFAI audio archives 24 hours a day.

Be there,
Aloha

p.s. If you missed last week’s show, that’s still available here: http://www.kfai.org/node/28074 and the week before is here: http://www.kfai.org/node/27924


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From: the Les Baxter Grotto (Minneapolis)
Posted: 2010-06-08 11:32 am   Permalink

Jet Set Planet: Now on Fridays Nights!

Listening advice for this episode: Keep your shirt on, you'll get used to it.

MORE MP3 options now available here:
http://www.archive.org/details/jsp-2010-06-04
Playlist and real audio available here: http://www.kfai.org/node/28482

The HIGHLIGHTS (Friday, June 4, 2010)

* The Ultra Flutastic Action of Derek Austin makes its debut on the program!

*Shaking shakemaster Charly Steinham gets the lead out as he leads a NOW sound Nymphomaniacal Romp!

*A real live Jewish mother in the form of Molly Camp provides the perfect audio fond farewell to our friends at Radio Rumpus Room (RIP).

PLUS Edmundo Ros, the Mystic Moods Orchestra and experience an uber-set of German Phase 4 wunderkind, Werner Mueller!

Catch ALL the action, and some great cocktail tunes, on Jet Set Planet - your source for all things Higher-Than-Fi. http://www.kfai.org/jetsetplanet.

We're live from 9:00-10:30pm Friday nights (90.3 FM in Minneapolis) or catch us on Memorex in the KFAI audio archives 24 hours a day.

Be there,
Aloha

p.s. If you missed our latest shows, they're still available here: https://www.kfai.org/node/28223 and here https://www.kfai.org/node/28074


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I, Zombie
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From: the Les Baxter Grotto (Minneapolis)
Posted: 2010-06-21 12:27 pm   Permalink

Jet Set Planet: 2 fart jokes - what more could you ask for?

Listening advice for this episode: Keep your eye on the Whoopie Cushion

Playlist and audio available here:
http://www.kfai.org/node/28769
and here:
http://www.archive.org/details/jsp-2010-06-18

The HIGHLIGHTS (Friday, June 18, 2010)

*Sharp Sharks circle their prey and the end result can be heard on Ingfried Hoffman's Jazz for Secret Agents.

*Marty Wilson warns of Taboo! But we pay no attention to him and play his Jun'Gala LP just the same.

*Vic Mizzy won't make waves - ever. He's an accommodating guy --so much so he supplies the girl AND the trampoline.

Catch ALL the action, and some great cocktail tunes, on Jet Set Planet - your source for all things Higher-Than-Fi. http://www.kfai.org/jetsetplanet.

We're live from 9:00-10:30pm Friday nights (90.3 FM in Minneapolis) or catch us on Memorex in the KFAI audio archives 24 hours a day.

Be there,
Aloha


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Posted: 2010-07-10 4:30 pm   Permalink

Jet Set Planet: Always one Lobster roll too many.
Listening advice for this episode: Are you all set on clams?

Playlist and audio available here:
http://www.kfai.org/node/29216

The HIGHLIGHTS (Friday, July 9, 2010)
* Back from vacation and carrying gifts. Budget bin LPs from my travels to the Far East (ah, that would be New York and New England, buddy).

*The SG Sound makes their debut on Jet Set Planet and we make a special on-air cocktail for the occasion.

*Playgirls with organs: it sounds almost like a Transgendered pool party, but actually it’s German action-man, Ingfried Hoffmann.

*As heard at OHANA: Luau by the Lake: New music from The Waitiki 7 and their new CD: New Sounds of Exotica!

*A computer malfunctions and we get three songs about GOLD! Mister, here you’re paid to dig.

*And a live recording of Mr. Ho's Orchestrotica Mini, from Johnny D’s in Sommerville Mass, recorded June 30, 2010! And I was there!

Catch ALL the action, and some great cocktail tunes, on Jet Set Planet - your source for all things Higher-Than-Fi.
http://www.kfai.org/jetsetplanet



We're live from 9:00-10:30pm Friday nights (90.3 FM in Minneapolis) or catch us on Memorex in the KFAI audio archives 24 hours a day.



Be there,

Aloha

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I, Zombie
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From: the Les Baxter Grotto (Minneapolis)
Posted: 2010-07-20 08:18 am   Permalink

Jet Set Planet: Enroll now in Mambo University!
Listening advice for this episode: Dig! Dig like the Troglytes do.

On demand listening options now available here:
http://www.archive.org/details/jsp-2010-07-16 and here (along with playlist): http://www.kfai.org/node/29349

The HIGHLIGHTS (Friday July 16, 2010)

* Party like it's Space 1999! The soundtrack to your moonlight stroll that ends in disaster as the moon says "bye, bye" to the earth.

*Stan Butcher talks jibberish: Dow De Dow Dow Dow. That's what happens when you mix Birds with Brass.

*The Tokyo Panorama Mambo Boys sign us up for classes at Mambo University. Getting an 'A' was never so easy. Just move your hips to the music!

*The stiffest set of all time courtesy of Carl Stevens, Myrna March, and a guy named Pierre Noles who introduces us to the new dance craze: The DING DONG!

PLUS More from the SG Sound, a Bob Thompson LP I didn't know existed, and Mr. Ho's Orchestrotica Mini.

Catch ALL the action, and some great cocktail tunes, on Jet Set Planet - your source for all things Higher-Than-Fi. http://www.kfai.org/jetsetplanet.

We're live from 9:00-10:30pm Friday nights (90.3 FM in Minneapolis) or catch us on Memorex in the KFAI audio archives 24 hours a day.

Be there,
Aloha

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From: the Les Baxter Grotto (Minneapolis)
Posted: 2010-07-25 08:07 am   Permalink

This week on Jet Set Planet: A MOOGY man goes berserk, and plugs up all the holes in the world with patch cords. Can Glen Leslie stop him before it's too late?

Listening advice for this episode: Just repeat after me - It's not Not-Jazz.

On demand listening options now available here:
http://www.archive.org/details/jsp-2010-07-23 and here: http://www.kfai.org/node/29506

The Highlights (July 23, 2010)

*Binga Banga Bongo means I Love You in jibberish.

*Tikiyaki Orchestra plays "Tabu for Two," and the DJ contemplates what the song title might mean.

*Stan Kenton pulls his HAIR out, by request!

*Speaking of hair, a man with a Super-Stache -- courtesy of Geoff Love and his Orchestra. Just google Jason King if you don't believe me.

PLUS a MOOG super set near the end of the program that kicks off with HEE HAW MOOG. Ya'll, I never met a patch cord I didn't like.

Catch ALL the action, and some great cocktail tunes, on Jet Set Planet - your source for all things Higher-Than-Fi. http://www.kfai.org/jetsetplanet.



PLAYLIST July 23, 2010

{N} Artist's debut on the program
{R} Listener Request


Terry Snyder - Binga Banga Bongo
album: Mister Percussion; label: UA
{N} Garry Blake - If I had a Hammer (5)
album: Sounds Like Swingin'; label: EMI
{N} Sam Klair - Hamba Kahle
album: Gumboot Dance; label: RCA
Dick Schory - Jungle Root
album: Movin' On; label: RCA
Peter Kraus - Hula Baby
album: Die Grossen Erfolge; label: Karussell
International All Stars - The Children's Marching Song
album: Percussion Around the World; label: Phase 4
Dick Schory's Percussive Art Ensemble - Omoo
album: Re-Percussion; label: Everest
The Waitiki 7 - Flower Humming
album: New Sounds of Exotica; label: Pass Out
Tikiyaki Orchestra - Tabu for Two
album: Swingin' Sounds for the Jungle Jet Set; label: tikiyakiorchestra.com
Keely Smith - Yellow Bird
album: Cherokeely Swings; label: Dot
Monty Kelly - Shangri La
album: Tropicana; label: Somerset
Kokie Band - Miserlou
album: Exotica 70; label: Solid State
Pete Moore - Sweet Water (3)
album: Lively and Latin; label: Rediffusion
Stu Phillips - Buck's Heroics
album: Buck Rogers; label: MCA
{R} Stan Kenton - Easy to Be Hard
album: Hair; label: Capitol
Roy Budd - Bossa Nova USA (4)
album: pick yourself up; label: marble arch
Young and Rubicam - Plymouth
album: Buy, Baby, Buy; label: Young and Rubicam
Alan Tew - The Troubleshooters (1)
album: Latin Style; label: Contour
Fred Karlin - The Honky Donkey
album: Yours, Mine and Ours; label: UA
Geoff Love - Jason King Theme (2)
album: Top TV Themes; label: MFP
Piero Piccioni - Charms
album: Camille 2000; label: Easy Tempo
Gil Trythall - Foggy Mountain Breakdown
album: Country Moog; label: Athena
Gershon Kingsley - Trumansburg Whistle
album: Music to Moog By; label: AF
Christopher Scott - Wives and Lovers
album: Switched on Bacharach; label: Decca
{N} Bernard Fevre - Hell Riders 10
album: Musical Illustration #23; label: IM
Bobby Bryne - Easy to be Hard
album: Electric Hair; label: Evolution
{N} Jacky Giordano - Project Problematic 9
album: Musical Illustration #24; label: IM
Nick Venet - Glass Ring
album: Theme from Mr. Novak; label: MGM


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I, Zombie
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From: the Les Baxter Grotto (Minneapolis)
Posted: 2010-08-02 10:33 am   Permalink

This week on Jet Set Planet: Tak Shindo goes local, fireworks galore, and music to make your head turn - 360 degrees. Plus a super set of NOW Sound Surfside, the new music craze sweeping the coasts.

Listening advice for this episode: Catch a wave and you're sittin' on top of your couch.

On-Demand listening available here
http://www.archive.org/details/jsp-2010-07-30 or here http://www.kfai.org/node/29658

Catch ALL the action, and some great cocktail tunes, on Jet Set Planet - your source for all things Higher-Than-Fi.

We're live from 9:00-10:30pm Friday nights on KFAI 90.3 FM in Minneapolis. Archived shows available for on-demand listening 24/7 at http://www.kfai.org/jetsetplanet or at archive.org (search jet set planet).

PLAYLIST July 30, 2010

{N} Artist's debut on the program
{R} Listener Request

Marty Wilson - Babalu album: Jun'Gala; label: WB
Tak Shindo - Deep in the Heart of Texas album: Far East Goes Western; label: Mercury
Bob Florence - Green Eyes album: Bongos/Reeds/Brass; label: Life
Billy Mure - Jealous album: Fireworks; label: RCA
Young and Rubicam - Goodyear album: Buy Baby Buy; label: Young and Rubicam
Milt Raskin - Iolani album: Exotic Sounds of Hawaii; label: Crown
Clyde Borly - S.O.S. Force de Frappe album: Music in 5 Dimensions; label: ATCO
Caterina Valente and Stanley Black - Cancion Del Mar album: I Wish You Love; label: London
Markko Polo Adventurers - Train to Ranchipur album: Orienta; label: RCA
Perez Prado - Fireworks album: Prez; label: RCA
Yma Sumac - El Condor Pasa album: Miracles; label: London
Stu Phillips - Ceylon: Goyapana album: Follow Me; label: UNI
The Waikikis - Sugar Moon album: Hawaii Honeymoon; label: Kapp
Les Baxter - Schooner album: Bora Bora; label: AI
{N} The Sandals - Wild as the Sea album: The Endless Summer; label: World Pacific
Shorty Rogers - Take a Walk album: Fools; label: Reprise
Elmer Bernstein arr. By Shorty Rogers - Gospel Time album: Baby the Rain Must Fall; label: AVA
Esquivel - Music makers album: Infinity in Sound; label: RCA
Richard Marino - Over the Rainbow album: Out of this World; label: Liberty
{N}Gato Barbieri - Goodbye album: Last Tango in Paris; label: UA
Chevrolet All-Stars - Proving album: Music from Building a Better Way - The 1974 Chevrolet Announcement Film; label: HEA
Kenny Baker and the Roland Shaw Orch - Soul Sauce album: The Spectacular Trumpet of Kenny Baker; label: London
Pete Jolly - You've Got to be there album: Herb Alpert presents Pete Jolly; label: AM
Steve Lawrence - People Will Say We're in Love album: Lawrence goes Latin; label: UA
Living Guitars - It Had Better Be Tonight album: Music from the Pink Panther and other hits; label: RCA
Gloria Tracy - Midnight in Moscow album: Gloria A-Glo; label: HBR
The New Generation - You only Live Twice album: Voices at Midnight; label: Impacto

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I, Zombie
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From: the Les Baxter Grotto (Minneapolis)
Posted: 2010-08-14 10:06 am   Permalink

Hi Everyone,

This week on Jet Set Planet: A double shot of what you need, when you’re living the double life. Two episodes! Hey that’s 3 hours worth!

Listening advice for these episodes: Listen to one, and then the other!

Streaming, on demand listening options now available here:
http://www.kfai.org/node/29796 and here http://www.kfai.org/node/29977 just press the Listen Now button, agree to the legalese, scroll down and choose either MP3 or real audio.

The Highlights (Aug 6 and Aug 13, 2010)

*Mel Torme can’t be held back. He’s Comin’ Home so don’t get in his way!

*We take some happy pills with Vinnie Bell and his underwater sitar.

*Young Amazonians know how to party when they have their Mo’Plen working. What Mo’Plen is, well don’t ask me.

*Requests galore for MORE tunes from Buy, Buy Baby, Young and Rubicam’s advertising mega-record.

PLUS Vic Mizzy’s background music for Glen Larson’s production of Quincy M.E. The Morgue never sounded so groovy.

Catch ALL the action, and some great cocktail tunes, on Jet Set Planet - your source for all things Higher-Than-Fi. http://www.kfai.org/jetsetplanet.


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