Sneaky Dragon Listening Party – Ep. 67

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Hello, partygoers!

This week Mary and David do the impossible and cover a complete mixtape in one (yes, admittedly long) episode.

Dave was lazy compiling this mixtape and chose all really long songs so we get eight great songs about metronomes, the importance of money for fun, Old English minimalism, pastoral prog, punk prog, fiddlin’ psych, folktronica, and indie pomp.

So join us in the rumpus room where we’re listening to:

  1. Stereolab – “Metronomic Underground” – Emperor Tomato Ketchup, 1994 – 30:43
  2. The Holy Modal Rounders – “Give Me Your Money” – Bird Song, 2004 – 46:04
  3. Tortoise – “Gesceap” – The Catastrophist, 2017 – 1:06:43
  4. Caravan – “With My Ear to the Ground/You Can Make It/Martinian/Only Cox/Reprise” – If I Could Do It All Over Again, I’d Do It All Over You, 1970 – 1:37:26
  5. Television – Marquee Moon – Marquee Moon, 1977 – 1:55:59
  6. Fairport Convention – A Sailor’s Life – Unhalfbricking, 1969 – 2:27:58
  7. The Beta Band – “She’s the One” – The Three EPs, 1999 – 2:50:50
  8. Sufjan Stevens – “Majesty Snowbird” – Live at the Crystal Ballroom (a bootleg – recorded 10/13/06) – 3:10:24

Also spinning on the old Victrola:

  • Steve Reich – Music for a Large Ensemble – Octet • Music for a Large Ensemble • Violin Phase, 1980 – 1:19:08
  • Television – “Little Johnny Jewel (Parts 1 and 2)” – Ork Records, 1975 – 2:20:25
  • The Funky 4 + 1 – “That’s the Joint” – Sugar Hill Records b/w “That’s the Joint (Instrumental)”, 1980 – 3:30:30

If you’d like your own uninterrupted version of this episode’s mixtape, you can find it here!

Please check out our fellow party goer Ed Draganski’s funtastic designs for show mascot Peanut Duck and, while you’re there, buy a shirt!

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