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October 28, 2010 – All Art Radio

“All Art Radio”

Oct. 28, 2010


Music falls off the front of our All Art stage as we intermix musical jabs and jibes, tributes to the form, techniques and guides to making better music, mixing a radio edit of dance music, Walt Disneys introduction to music and the individual–instruments making it, and Receptacle music.

3 Hours.

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October 22, 2010 – The Chopping Channel – Independent Therapy

A bit late, sorry about that…

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Oct. 22, 2010

Jon Leidecker, Joshua Clayton, Lana Voronina,

Peter Conheim, Don.

The Chopping Channel returns with an attempt at therapy for all. We cut up and mix all kinds of clipped therapy from the self-help world around us. From Laura Huxley to Alan Watts and many more, we hone our minds and learn how to sleep amid a mix that is definitely not restful, with Wobbly, Velma Walenrod, Dr. Hampton Thornbeck, and Beaulah Bakerbot advising callers and solving mental problems.

3 Hours.

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October 14, 2010 – All Art Radio

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Oct. 14, 2010


Shortly after John Lennons birthday, we focus on his other side with an extended listen to Yoko Onos works and words, and John and Yoko in bed for peace. Then moving on to Laurie Anderson, we intermix her music and dialogue/interviews from audio and video. And the radio edit.

3 Hours.

Continuing the new tradition of direct links until negativland.com removes the internet cancer that spreads throughout its programming, you can download this episode here:

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September 30, 2010 – All Art Radio

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All Bob Dylan

Sept. 30, 2010


A solid 5 hours of Dylan emphasizing a lot of his unreleased music from bootleg recordings with interview and movie clips included. Lots of songs youve never heard before plus new and unusual versions of ones you have. His whole career is covered from early to late and, overall, much of his work is presented whole here with respect.

5 Hours.