This week, we'll look at tall tales. Stories and fables of exaggeration and entertainment some fantastic and others with morals. They often contain a morsel of truth spun out to the absurd across every culture but reaching a zenith in 19th century American folktales like Paul Bunyan, Brer Rabbit, Little Babaji and John Henry. Ixtlan, Erosops, Refrag. Sounda, Botany Bay and Capt. Beefheart. I'm Jim Nye.
We'll begin with Swedish experimentalists Ixtlan for 'Punjab Night Vision'
You can find much more at www.23seconds.org French C&P glitch producer Erosops is next with Autumn Spring - Automne Printanier
Listen to more at www.electrobel.fr Refrag returns to Idyllic Music with 'Get it Down You'
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That was Craig Sounda Brown with 'Sometimes My Heart Is Sad' Hear more at www.myspace.com/sounda
This is new from Botany Bay and 'How Much Can You Take?'
Visit botanybay.bandcamp.com This is the legendary Capt. Beefheart mixed by Chenard Walcker with 'Salt Water'
That was taken from Heartbreak Pain Cafe [fsz036] Download all his C&P work www.chenardwalcker.com This podcast can be heard in more than 100 countries. Look for the list at myspace.com/idyllic music
Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.