Wonderland: 2018-07-31 Volume 03 Episode 11 – Production Value: Quincy Jones

A celebration of the 60 plus years of Quincy Jones’s amazing career as a producer.

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Clifford Brown, Art Farmer and The Swedish All Stars “‘Scuse These Bloos” from Cliff Brown Art Farmer and The Swedish All Stars (1954)

Dinah Washington “Dream” from Dream (1962) — Originally written by Johnny Mercer and recorded by The Pied Pipers with Paul Weston and His Orchestra

Lesley Gore “Je Ne Sais Plus” from Je Ne Sais Plus (You Don’t Own Me) (1963)

Frank Sinatra and Count Basie and His Orchestra “Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)” from It Might As Well Be Swing (1964) — Originally written by Bart Howard and recorded by Kaye Ballard

Little Richard “Money Is” from Money Is / Money Runner (1972)

The Brothers Johnson “Strawberry Letter 23” from Right On Time (1977)

Michael Jackson “You Can’t Win” from The Wiz (1978)

Michael Jackson “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough” from OFF THE WALL (1979)

Rufus & Chaka “Masterjam” from Masterjam (1979)

George Benson “Love X Love” from Give me the night (1980)

Frank Sinatra with Quincy Jones and Orchestra “The Best Of Everything” from L.A. Is My Lady (1984)

Emily Bear “Diversity” from DIVERSITY (2013)

Nikki Yanofsky “Something New” from Little Secret (2014)

Alfredo Rodriguez “Cu-Bop” from Sounds of Space (2012)

Wonderland: 2018-07-24 Volume 03 Episode 10 – The Clock Will Never Show

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Greg Trooper “Doghouse” from Straight Down Rain (2001)

Ty Segall “The Clock” from Manipulator (2014)

Ty Segall/White Fence “Hey Joel, Where You Going With That?” from Joy (2018) New

Jim James “No Use Waiting” from Uniform Distortion (2018) New

The Flaming Lips “After the Gold Rush” from Seeing The Unseeable: The Complete Studio Recordings Of The Flaming Lips 1986-1990 (2018) New — Original artist: Neil Young. Previously released in 1989 on “The Bridge – A Tribute To Neil Young”.

Doom Side Of The Moon “Pigs (Three Different Ones)” from Encore (2018) New — Original artist: Pink Floyd

Imperial Drag “Crosseyed” from Imperial Drag (1996)

The Dandy Warhols “All The Money Or The Simple Life Honey” from Odditorium Or Warlords Of Mars (2005)

Grimes “Ambrosia” from Visions [Rough Trade Edition] (2012)

Dead Combo “The Egyptian Magician (For Zé Pedro)” from Odeon Hotel (2018) New

Steady Flow “China” from Do You Like That? (2017)

Turkuaz “Club Foot” from Future 86 (2014)

Wonderland: 2018-07-17 Volume 03 Episode 09 – Music Makes Life Worth Living

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The Turtles “Sound Asleep” from The Turtles Present the Battle of the Bands [1994 Reissue] (1994) — Originally released as a single in 1968

Andrew W.K. “The Power of Partying” from You’re Not Alone (2018) New

Andrew W.K. “Music Is Worth Living For” from You’re Not Alone (2018) New

The Dandy Warhols “This Is The Tide” from Best Of The Capitol Years 1995-2007 (2010)

All them witches “3-5-7” from Sleeping Through the War (2017)

The Love X Nowhere “Northern Time” from High Score Blackout (2009)

Efrim Manuel Menuck “LxOxVx / Shelter In Place” from Pissing Stars (2018) New

Thelonious Monk “Little Rootie Tootie” from The Complete Prestige 10-Inch LP Collection (2018) New — Originally released in 1953 on “Thelonious”

Claudio Scolari Project “Dear John” from Natural Impulse (2018) New

David Axelrod “The Mental Traveler” from Song Of Innocence [2018 Reissue] (2018) New — Originally released in 1968

GoGo Penguin “Reactor” from A Humdrum Star (2018) New

Suzanne Kraft “Male Intuition” from Talk from Home (2015)

Wonderland: 2018-07-10 Volume 03 Episode 08 – Raging Sea of Words

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Union Morbide “Old Punk” from Old Punk (2018) New

The Damned “Daily Liar” from Evil Spirits (2018) New

Murder By Death “True Dark” from True Dark (2018) New — From the upcoming album “The Other Shore”

Wimps “Cave Life” from Garbage People (2018) New

Django Django “Marble Skies” from Marble Skies (2018) New

The Rifle “Lacuna Luna” from Anabasis (2017)

Sands “Listen To The Sky” from Mrs. Gillespie’s Refrigerator / Listen To The Sky (1967)

Dentist “Night Swimming” from Night Swimming (2018) New

Dream Wife “Kids” from Dream Wife (2018) New

Steamhammer “Johnny Carl Morton” from MK II (1969)

The Verbs “I Saw the Light” from Cover Story (2015) — Original artist: Todd Rundgren

Gong “The Isle Of Everywhere” from You [2004 Remaster] (2004) — Originally released in 1974.

Last Tuesday Treat 2018-07-31: Select a producer for Production Value!

Wonderland’s Last Tuesday Treat for June 26th, 2018 will be a Production Value special, where we will feature the catalog of one of our favorite producers!  Vote using the poll below!

Who should be featured on Production Value?

  • Quincy Jones (38%, 5 Votes)
  • Brendan O'Brien (31%, 4 Votes)
  • Rick Rubin (31%, 4 Votes)

Total Voters: 13

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Quincy Jones, whose notable collaborations include:

  • Michael Jackson
  • Brothers Johnson
  • Dizzy Gillespie
  • Leslie Gore

 

 

Brendan O’Brien, whose notable collaborations include:

  • Pearl Jam
  • Neil Young
  • Bruce Springsteen
  • Mastodon

 

 

Rick Rubin, whose notable collaborations include:

  • Beastie Boys
  • Run D.M.C.
  • Johnny Cash
  • Tom Petty

 

 

 

Wonderland: 2018-07-03 Volume 03 Episode 07 – Calling the World from Isolation

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The Psychedelic Furs “The Ghost in You” from Mirror Moves (1984)

Gorillaz “Humility (feat. George Benson)” from The Now Now (2018) New

Goat “Golden Dawn” from World Music (Deluxe Edition) (2012)

Yo La Tengo “For You Too” from There’s a Riot Going On (2018) New

Frank Turner “21st Century Survival Blues” from Be More Kind (2018) New

Gruff Rhys “Same Old Song” from Babelsberg (2018) New

The Boxer Rebellion “Here I Am” from Ghost Alive (2018) New

Joan As Police Woman “Silly Me” from Damned Devotion (2018) New

Chihiro Yamanaka “Rhapsody In Blue/Strike Up The Band” from Utopia (2018) New

Kamasi Washington “Street Fighter Mas” from Heaven and Earth (2018) New

John Coltrane “Vilia [Take 5]” from Both Directions At Once: The Lost Album (2018) New

S. Mos Sextet “Heyday” from Head Rush (2014)

John Coltrane “Slow Blues” from Both Directions At Once: The Lost Album (2018) New

Wonderland: 2018-06-26 Volume 03 Episode 06 – Cover to Cover: Changesonebowie

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The Flaming Lips “Space Oddity” from Space Oddity (2016)

Ask The Dust “John I’m Only Dancing” from Bowie Mania (2007)

Butterfly Boucher featuring David Bowie “Changes” from Shrek 2 (2004)

Bauhaus “Ziggy Stardust” from Swing the Heartache – BBC Sessions (1989) — Broadcast on July 1st, 1982 on the David Jensen show.

Frankie Goes to Hollywood “Suffragette City” from Rage Hard (1986)

The Reverend Shawn Amos “The Jean Genie” from Breaks It Down (2018) New

John Vanderslice “This Ain’t Rock and Roll, This Is Suicide” from Vanderslice Plays Diamond Dogs (2013)

John Vanderslice “Diamanthunde” from Vanderslice Plays Diamond Dogs (2013)

Tegan and Sara featuring Grace Nocturnal “Rebel Rebel” from Spiders From Venus (Indie Women Artists And Female-Fronted Bands Cover David Bowie) (2003)

The Cure “Young Americans” from Join the Dots: B-Sides & Rarities (2007) — Previously released in 1995 on “104.9 (An XFM Compilation Album)”

Eurythmics “Fame” from Touch [2005 Remastered Edition] (2005)

Mascara “Golden Years” from See You In L.A. (2012)

Jherek Bischoff And Amanda Palmer “Space Oddity” from Strung Out In Heaven: A Bowie String Quartet Tribute (2016)

Mike Garson “Space Oddity” from The Bowie Variations For Piano (2011)

The Moog Cookbook “Ziggy Stardust” from Ye Olde Space Band: Plays Classic Rock Hits (1997)

Wonderland: 2018-06-19 Volume 03 Episode 05 – They Always Play My Songs

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The Fall “Antidote” from Singles 1978-2016: Deluxe Edition (2017) — Originally released in 1999 on the single “Touch Sensitive”

The Fall “Spencer Must Die” from Levitate (Expanded Edition) (2018) New — Originally released in 1997

Tony Price “Backwards Jewelry” from I Prefer Coca Cola (2017)

Pretty City “Be Someone” from Cancel the Future (2017)

James Kochalka Superstar “Dead Puppies” from Dr. Demento Covered in Punk (2018) New — Original artist: The Ogden Edsl Wahalia Blues Ensemble Mondo Bizzario Band

The Wombats “Dip You in Honey” from Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life (2018) New

Screaming Females “Empty Head” from Rose Mountain (2015)

Love “Maybe The People Would Be The Times or Between Clark And Hilldale (Mono Mix)” from Forever Changes (50th Anniversary Edition) (2018) New — Originally released in 1967

Melody’s Echo Chamber “Desert Horse” from Bon Voyage (2018) New

Peacers “Blume” from Peacers (2015)

Todd Rundgren “Sometimes I Don’t Know What To Feel” from A Wizard, A True Star (2018 Analog Spark Reissue) (2018) New — Originally released in 1973

Mazzy Star “That Way Again” from Still (2018) New

Pink Martini “Askim bahardi” from Je Dis Oui! (2016) — Previously recorded by Belkis Özener in 1969

Giovanni Sollima & Enrico Melozzi “Another Brick In The Wall (Live)” from 100 Cellos (2018) New — Original artist: Pink Floyd

Wonderland: 2018-06-12 Volume 03 Episode 04 – Mind Being Bent for Rambling

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Brian Wilson “Love And Mercy (Remastered)” from Playback: The Brian Wilson Anthology (2017) — Originally released in 1988 on “Brian Wilson”

Miles Davis “Old Folks (feat. Hank Mobley)” from Someday My Prince Will Come (Bonus Track Version) (2013) — Originally artist: Larry Clinton & His Orchestra. Previously released by Miles Davis in 1961.

Bronski Beat “Puit D’Amour” from The Age Of Consent [1996 Remaster] (1996) — Originally released in 1985 on the single “Why?”

Kate Bush “The Handsome Cabin Boy” from This Woman’s Work: Anthology 1978-1990 (1990) — Originally released in 1985 on the single “Hounds Of Love”

Tommy Emmanuel “Rachel’s Lullaby (feat. Jake Shimabukuro)” from Accomplice One (2018) New

Steve Earle & The Dukes “So You Wannabe An Outlaw” from So You Wannabe An Outlaw (Deluxe Edition) (2017)

Shuggie Otis “Ice Cold Daydream” from Inter-fusion (2018) New

Screaming Trees “Something About Today” from Uncle Anesthesia (1991)

Laurie Anderson & Kronos Quartet “We Learn To Speak Yet Another Language” from Landfall (2018) New

Deadmau5 “Acedia” from Where’s the Drop? (2018) New

Ocote Soul Sounds and Adrian Quesada “Pelican” from The Alchemist Manifesto (2008)

Boyo “A Social Death By Proximity (In Hollywood)” from Me, Again (2018) New

Ariel Pink “Santa’s In The Closet” from Dedicated to Bobby Jameson (2017)

Harald Grosskopf & Eberhard Kranemann “Midnight in Düsseldorf Berlin” from Krautwerk (2017)

Wonderland: 2018-06-05 Volume 03 Episode 03 – Ideas Above Your Station

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David Bowie “Boys Keep Swinging (Tony Visconti 2017 Mix)” from A New Career In A New Town (1977 – 1982) (2017) — Originally released in 1979 on “Lodger”.

Black Pistol Fire “Last Ride” from Deadbeat Graffiti (2017)

Jah Wobble “Fading” from To The Outside Everything – A Story Of UK Post Punk: 1977-1981 (2017) New — Originally released as a single in 1981.

Poison Girls “Ideologically Unsound” from To The Outside Everything – A Story Of UK Post Punk: 1977-1981 (2017) New — Originally released in 1979 on “Hex”.

Liz Phair “Help Me Mary” from Girly-Sound To Guyville (The 25th Anniversary Box Set) (2018) New — Origingally released in 1993 on “Exile In Guyville”.

Smoke Fairies “Hotel Room” from Through Low Light And Trees (2010)

Hatchie “Bad Guy” from Sugar & Spice (2018) New

Tom Waits “Red Shoes By The Drugstore” from Blue Valentine [2018 Remaster] (2018) New — Originally released in 1978.

Mandrill “Cohelo” from Mandrill Is (1972)

The Flaming Lips “Up Above the Daily Hum” from Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 (Deluxe Edition) (2018) New — Originally released in 2002 on the single “Do You Realize??”

Mouse on the Keys “Phases” from Tres (2018) New

Visage “Fade To Grey” from Visage (1980)

New Order “Elegia” from Low-Life (1985)

James Maloney “Blink” from Gaslight (2017)