Tuesday, 31 March 2009

G20 Meltdown

...it's a G20 MELTDOWN here at rfsMojofilter where KRS asks Are You The 1...
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...Roll Up, Roll Up, Roll Up, we're spitting the TRUTH here on da filter in anticipation of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse and their proposed effigy lynching in the belly of the beast, SEE PRESS for DETAILS...

... ON THIS SHOW - we got Alex Jones speaking to KRS-1 about solutions and revolutions, we got Mos Def and Immortal Technique BANNED by YouTube right here on da filter, we got Embed featuring Loki and Ian Brown, we got the Disposable Heroes of HipHoprosy and the Beast, we got illicit material from RFS and incendiary rhetoric from Mario Savio, we got Joe Strummer and Michael Franti and Marvin Gaye, and we got the Prodigy and the Flobots, the list of dissidents goes on and on anon...

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...this one goes out to ALL our people, stay human on the streets and Hey,
let's be careful out there, PEACE!...

Saturday, 28 March 2009

RevolutionNOW!!!

...in honour of visiting undignitaries meeting at the G20 aprils fool summit, enrique che pelligro and rfsMOJOfilter bring you revolutionNOW!!! presented by supersoul with excerpts from ron paul's manifesto and featuring such seditionaries as the beatles - small faces - mitchell and webb - steve earle - gil scott-heron - the cult - thunderclap newman - coldcut - lee perry - primal scream - rfs - atari teenage riot - smashing pumpkins - marc bolan - jefferson airplane...
...go on, y' know ya wanna...

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Friday, 27 March 2009

Sun Ra - Space is the Place (1972)

...ahh, Sun Ra and His Intergalactic Solar Arkestra, a beautiful album from a beautiful man, we're Under the Influence here at the rfsLounge of this album in particular and Sun Ra in toto...

...Sun Ra (born Herman Poole Blount, legal name Le Sony'r Ra[1]; May 22, 1914 in Birmingham, Alabama – May 30, 1993 in Birmingham, Alabama) was a jazz composer, bandleader, piano and synthesizer player, poet and philosopher known for his "cosmic philosophy", musical compositions and performances.

"Of all the jazz musicians, Sun Ra was probably the most controversial," critic Scott Yanow said,[2] due to Sun Ra's eclectic music and unorthodox lifestyle. Claiming that he was of the "Angel Race" and not from Earth, but from Saturn, Sun Ra developed a complex persona of "cosmic" philosophies and lyrical poetry that made him a pioneer of afrofuturism as he preached awareness and peace above all. He abandoned his birth name and took on the name and persona of Sun Ra (Ra being the ancient Egyptian god of the sun), and used several other names throughout his career, including Le Sonra and Sonny Lee.[3] Blount denied any connection with birth name, saying "That's an imaginary person, never existed … Any name that I use other than Ra is a pseudonym."[4]

...check out possibly the greatest blax-adelic over on rfsMojoTV, more info HERE and download the album HERE, or buy it HERE...

Wednesday, 25 March 2009

JamDownKernow - Soundclash

...get down the basement and vote with yer feet, as we got a soundclash from JamDownKernow deep in the heart of the holy headland...



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Thursday, 19 March 2009

All You Need Is...


...LOVE is the WORD here at rfsMOJOfilter, 'cos we're Under the Influence of the Beatles, and we've got a show here just full of it, from the originals and from George and Giles Martin's remixes, right through to Pete 'Best' Zarustica's radical re-imaginings, it's all here because of the WORD, lovingly re-produced by enrique for rfs...

...within you, without you, tomorrow never knows - the word - drive my car - get back - hey bulldog - everybody's got something to hide except me and my monkey - only a northern song - blaming madonna - nowhere man - i'm looking through you - i'm so tired - i'm only sleeping - revolution 23 - doctor robert - good morning good morning - good day sunshine - here comes the sun - getting better - got to get you under my knife - all you need is love - helleanor rigid - happiness is a warm gun - ticket to die - taxman - revolution - bomb together - because...

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Monday, 16 March 2009

the Beatles - Love and Hate

...love 'em or loathe 'em, no-one here at the rfsLodge can deny we live Under the Influence of those lovable moptops from the 'pool, and as we've been in a bit of a beatles groove this week, here is a lovely tryptich of mash-up based Beatles goodies for you to download in anticipation of enrique's beatlemix coming soon to 'daFilter...

...The Beatles - Love...
...George Martin and his son Giles began work on Love after getting permission from Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono, and Olivia Harrison (.[1] In discussing the project, Giles Martin noted that elements were utilized from recordings in The Beatles catalogue, "the original four tracks, eight tracks and two tracks and used this palette of sounds and music to create a soundbed."[1] George Martin also promised a prize to those who could crack a "code" found in the album.[2]...
...for torrent go HERE...

...The Beatles - Hate...
...The most expected release since the Black Album. After being asked by the remaining Beatles to make experimental remixes from their master tapes, Sir George Master Five and the former drummer Pete Best Zarustica spent 7 entire days planning this record, that for the first time in the fab-four history expresses HATE for the war, for the USA, and for everyone that supports this stupid act...
...for torrent go HERE...

...The Beatles - Hell...
...The Beatles' HELL comes to serve the world with classic tunes remixed for your listening pleasure. The Fab-Four poets of Limbo ? or Liverpool ? decided to pay a visit to HELL, like Prince William and loads of other soldiers who are still fighting this ludicrous war in the Middle-East. They took a ticket to ride in the same circles Dante described TR-708 years ago, but didn?t enjoyed it - in fact they regret it. Buy you can enjoy this trip (and it is a trip) downloading NOW their latest LP, The Beatles' HELL, yeah!...
...for torrent go HERE...

Thursday, 12 March 2009

Bring me the Head of Philip K Dick

...PSSSST! only a coupla days left on the bbc's curiously time limited and undownloadable/unembeddable iplayer, to hear this darkly surreal phildickian phantasy set in contemporary America, eccentring on a deadly futuristic weapon in the shape of the android head of science-fiction writer Philip K Dick. Invented by a shadowy research unit inside the Pentagon, the head - which believes it actually is Dick himself - is wreaking havoc on society and must be stopped before it finds its body...
...NOW! go HERE...

Cryptica Scriptura ...... Elizabeth Aspenlieder
Cathy Nebula ...... Karen Beaumont
Reverend Darkleigh ...... George Bergen
Nancy Robinson ...... Hilary Deely
Philip Dooley ...... Richard Jackson
Tiffany Splenda ...... Karen Lee
The Potato Man ...... Jon Swan
Perky Pat ...... Anne Undeland
The Patriot ...... Gregory Whitehead
Written, produced and directed by Gregory Whitehead.
Music by Laura Wiens and Nick Zammuto.
Poem by Jon Swan.

Wednesday, 11 March 2009

the Return to the SWAMP!!



...we're all dancin' here at the rfsLodge in celebration of djTwolegs and his diggin' n' spinnin' n' bringin' us this new mix of progresive tribal beats n' san diego/san fran style house music, produced by enrique for rfs...

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Monday, 9 March 2009

JamDownKernow - Precious


...back down the holy headland with the boys from KerKnow as we get all precious and presentient, produced by enrique for rfs/rfp...



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Friday, 6 March 2009

the ILLUMINATUS trilogy 1.1.2


...HOLD ON, 'cos this one's a SHOCKER, rfsMojofilter are BACK with Books-at-Beat-Time, it's the ILLUMINATUS trilogy by Robert Anton Wilson and Robert Shea, book 1, chapter 1.2, read by ken campbell and chris fairbank to beats supplied by djTwolegs, produced by enrique che pelligro for rfs...

...Mad-Dog County Jail - Rock till Daylight - Carmel Bugs - A bit Thick...

...meanwhile, the magazine's reporter, George Dorn – having been turned loose without support deep in right-wing Mad Dog, Texas – is arrested for possession of drugs. He is jailed and physically threatened, at one point hallucinating about his own execution...


Conspiracies


The Eye in the Pyramid
as represented by The Great Seal of the United States on a dollar bill

Although the many conspiracy theories in the book are (presumably) imaginary, these are mixed in with enough truth to make them seem plausible. For example, the title of the first book, The Eye in the Pyramid, refers to the Eye of Providence, a mystical symbol which derives from the ancient Egyptian Eye of Horus and is rumored to be the symbol of the Bavarian Illuminati. Some of America's founding fathers are alleged by conspiracy theorists to have been members of this sect.[9]

The books are loaded with references to the Illuminati, the Argenteum Astrum, many and various world domination plans, conspiracy theories and pieces of gnostic knowledge. Many of the odder conspiracies in the book are taken from unpublished letters to Playboy magazine, where the authors were working as associate editors while they wrote the novels. Among the oddest, the suggestion that Adam Weishaupt, founder of the Bavarian Illuminati, killed George Washington and took on his identity as President of the United States is often noted in Illuminati-conspiracy discussion.[10] Proponents of this theory point to Washington's portrait on the United States one-dollar bill, which they suggest closely resembles the face of Weishaupt.


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Sunday, 1 March 2009

Reds, Whites and Blues...


...hey man, we got WHITE STRIPE FEVER here on rfsMojofilter, with the latest offering from the CarpMeister, it's a non-stop ride thru the wilfully eclectic world of the white stripes vinyl collection, every track has been lovingly covered by jack n meg, compiled and annotated by the carpmeister and produced for rfs by enrique...

...symptoms...
1.T.V. Eye - The Stooges - Performed Live 2004
2.Conquest - Patti Page - recorded for album Icky Thump
3.I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself - Tommy Hunt - recorded for Elephant - Jack White: "The recording we did of that is the best recording of a cover song we've ever done. It's really just a blues song in its purest form."
4.One More Cup Of Coffee - Bob Dylan - Covered on 1st Album
5.Grinnin' In Your Face - Son House - Played Live 2002 - Jack White: "I heard Son House singing [Grinning In Your Face] and it was as if someone, with a single blow of the axe, had opened up the world to me. After that, my life received meaning. I can lie in bed in the middle of the night and feel an ice-cold wind flowing through my body, which makes me start to shake uncontrollably. Then I have to get up and hear Charley Patton or Robert Johnson. The American South should be regarded as holy land by everyone. Everything which is worth anything comes from there."
6.Party Of Special Things To Do - Captain Beefheart - released on a single - Jack White: "I've heard the song from [the movie Blue Collar], yeah. For the single we did China Pig from Trout Mask Replica as an acoustic blues song, and on Ashtray Heart and Party of Special Things To Do we used different recording techniques, going straight into the board, with fuzz guitar and bass. That was the first time we've ever done that. When a song feels like it needs something, I just wanna have it there."
7.Rated X - Loretta Lynn - Recorded for B SIde of Hotel Yorba - Loretta Lynn: "My management called me and told me, and then they said, 'Did you not know that they have "Rated X" out also?' So somebody brought me the CD, and you know what? Jack done that song just like me. I was shocked! I said, 'He must be some Loretta Lynn fan to have recorded "Rated X."' He did a great job, just a great job."
8.Stop Breakin' Down Blues - Robert Johnson - Recorded for 1st Album - Jack White: "With Stop Breaking Down. You know, I'd heard 'Exile on Main Street' before but didn't own it and so had actually never heard the Rolling Stones version of Stop (laughs) until after our LP came out." "The reason we originally recorded [Stop Breaking Down] was because we were going to put it on the B-side of a single with The Big Three Killed My Baby, make it a whole anti-automotive 45. Then when we recorded it, it came out so good we figured we'd better put it on the album."
9.300 Pounds Of Joy - Howlin' Wolf - Performed Live 2003
10.For The Love Of Ivy - Gun Club - Performed Live 2002
11.My Little Red Book - Love - Performed Live 1998
12.Your Southern Can Is Mine - Blind Willie McTell - Closing Track On De Stijl Album.
13.Jolene - Dolly Parton - Released as a single - Jack White: "With Jolene by Dolly Parton, we've always loved country music. We wanted to do a country single with Dolly on one side and Loretta [Lynn] on the other. I first heard Dolly Parton a couple years ago, and couldn't believe what a good thing she had going at one point. Then I found out later that other bands had already covered that song. When I heard it - I heard that it was Dolly Parton's first single and I thought that was ah - big - ah - I don't want to say ballsy - just a courageous song for her to release as her first song - its in a minor key it kind of has this evil overtone - it comes back to me liking Loretta Lynn so much with that finger pointing at men kinda song - just layin it down the line for someone like that your really hurting my feelings - pretty interesting
14.Diddy Wah Diddy - Bo Diddley - Performed Live 1999/2004
15.After Hours - Velvet Underground - Performed live 2000 - Jack White: "Oh she's kind of shy about it - on New Years Eve when we played she sang for the first time we did 'after hours' by the Velvet Underground - that's the song that Mo Tucker sings - and she sang that and it was just great - the crowd really liked it and she was real nervous - it was great though"
16.Jack The Ripper - Screaming Lord Sutch - Performed Live
17.Boogie Chillin - John Lee Hooker - Perfomed Live 2001
18.Small Faces - Public Nuisance - Performed Live 2003 - Jack White: "That's relatively new... from 1968 or so! It's a band called Public Nuisance, from Los Angeles. They dressed completely in black and on record they sound like a mix between the Pretty Things and early Kinks. Excellent songs. One of the songs we must do a cover of is called 'Small Faces.'"
19.Death Letter Blues - Son House - Performed on the album De Stijl
20.Baby Please Dont Go - Muddy Waters - Performed Live 2003
21.Tennessee Border - Hank Williams - Recorded For ITUNES download for album Icky Thump
22.Everyday - Buddy Holly - Performed live 2003
23.Lord Send Me An Angel - Blind Willie McTell - Released as 7" - Jack White: "Yeah, it's hard for me to sing like that, about how great I am. One line goes, 'All these Georgia women won't let Willie McTell rest', and I change it to, 'All these Detroit women won't let Mr. Jack White rest.' To me, it's a joke, 'cos everybody who knows me knows that women don't like me that much! But I was toying with the idea that girls are attracted to cockiness, and bad, bad qualities in men. So I feel comfortable with that song, because it's true. Lying is the artistic way of telling the truth. I'm lying, saying, Look at me, look at this, I'm just telling you the truth - in reverse."
24.Farmer John - The Searchers - Played Live 2002
25.Carol - Chuck Berry - Performed live 2001
26.Baby Blue - Gene Vincent - Performed For John Peel - John Peel: "So we were talking about one of the great concerts of my life, when I saw Eddie Cochran and Gene Vincent play at the Liverpool Empire, four days before Eddie Cochran was killed in a car crash. When the White Stripes played that night, they ended their set with an Eddie Cochran song and a Gene Vincent song. And I thought, what a nice thing to do, but also incredibly cool. A British band couldn't do that -- they don't have that kind of flexibility."
27.Look Me Over Closely - Marlene Dietrich - B Side of Lets Shake Hands 7" - Jack White: "Even on our 1st EP we did our Marlene Dietrich song Look Me Over Closely on the B-side of 'Let's Shake Hands.' I had just bought the LP on a lark and loved that song. A cool '30s Broadway type thing. After that came out, I realized someone on Sympathy had already covered it."

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