Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza: Inside of the Ending (3/29/05) show audio

Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza:
Inside of the Ending (3/29/05)

I won't dream any further than my own backyard.
What do we mean when we differentiate work from play?


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Artist Title Album Comments
Playlist complete, in order of first appearance (sources collaged and layered together simultaneously)
Clint Mansell with Kronos QuartetSummer OvertureRequiem for a Dream s.t. (2000)
The Who (written by Pete Townshend)Cousin KevinTommy (1969)First piano loop
James Mangold, director, writer; Lisa Loomer, Anna Hailton Phelan, writersScene: You've always had the power to go backGirl, Interrupted film (1999)Sample of "my own backyard" scene from The Wizard of Oz
Victor Fleming, director; L. Frank Baum, Noel Langley, Florence Ryerson, Edgar Allan Woolf, writers; Harold Arlen, music; Judy Garland, Clara Blandick, actorsScene: There's no place like homeThe Wizard of Oz film (1939)It wasn't a dream. This was a real, truly live place. And I remember that some of it wasn't very nice.
Victor Fleming, director; L. Frank Baum, Noel Langley, Florence Ryerson, Edgar Allan Woolf, writers; Harold Arlen, music; Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, Billie Burke, actorsScene: Here's someone who can help youThe Wizard of Oz film (1939)If I ever go looking for my heart's desire again, I won't look any further than my own backyard.
TraditionalLilliburlero (Fifes and Drums)Barry Lyndon s.t. (1975)3 copies
Victor Fleming, director; L. Frank Baum, Noel Langley, Florence Ryerson, Edgar Allan Woolf, writers; Harold Arlen, music; Clara Blandick, Margaret Hamilton, actorsScene: Munchkinland/Not in Kansas AnymoreThe Wizard of Oz film (1939)You have no power here. Begone!
David ShireOz: The Ruined HouseReturn to Oz s.t. (1985)Combined piano rags
David ShireThe "Return to Oz" Rag MarchReturn to Oz s.t. (1985)Combined piano rags
Clint Mansell with Kronos QuartetGhosts of a Future LostRequiem for a Dream s.t. (2000)2 copies
Milos Forman, director; Peter Shaffer, writer; Scene: Play our little tune in the manner of Johann Sebastian BachAmadeus film (1984)Mozart plays it backwards
Chorus of WhalesChorus of Whales3 copies (one left, one right, one center), throughout most of show
Alan WattsOn Being God IIPhilosophy and SocietyYou feel alien, you feel a stranger in the world, and you feel hostile. And therefore you start to bulldoze things about, and to try to make the world submit to your will, and you become a real troublemaker. You can blame somebody. You can blame the government, you can blame the rascals, you can blame the cheaters, always supposing you yourself aren't the rascal or the cheater. You always can blame someone, saying, 'I didn't ask for it, take it away!' If you don't say 'take it away,' what are you going to do? You've got to say yes to what happens.
Alan WattsThe Unpreachable ReligionWhat do we mean when we differentiate work from play? You'll notice that, in this culture, play is justified and tolerated in so far as it tends to make our work more efficient.
Clint Mansell with Kronos QuartetCleaning ApartmentRequiem for a Dream s.t. (2000)
David ShireOzma: The Flight in the StormReturn to Oz s.t. (1985)
Clint Mansell with Kronos QuartetMarion BarfsRequiem for a Dream s.t. (2000)Fitting with Schubert
Franz SchubertGerman Dance No. 1 in C MajorBarry Lyndon s.t. (1975)Opening chord combines shockingly well with "Marion Barfs"
Clint Mansell with Kronos QuartetHope OvertureRequiem for a Dream s.t. (2000)
Ken's Last Ever Radio ExtravaganzaExcerpt: This conflict was begun on the timing and terms of othersBeautiful Terror (12/22/03)The list of casualties we are only beginning to read. Sources from original show: George W. Bush, Explosions in the Sky loops
Clint MansellConey Island LowRequiem for a Dream s.t. (2000)Field recording. Eventually 2 copies
The Who (written by Pete Townshend)Amazing JourneyTommy (1969)3 loops, moving along
Phone caller
Phone caller
Phone callerRepresent
Phone callerThe beauty
Phone callerI knew some day I would rock the nation
Phone callerSinging Amazing Journey?
Phone callerThe unstructured constraint, and the deconstructed restraints
Phone callerContext is everything
Llewellyn ap GruffyddMallory
Monty Python (Graham Chapman, Terry Jones, Eric Idle, Michael Palin, Terry Gilliam, writers)Scene: Appeal for the Wealthy PartyMonty Python's Flying Circus, episode 45 ("A Party Political Broadcast on Behalf of the Liberal Party") (1974)I'd like to talk to you tonight about a minority group of people who have no mental or physical handicapps, and, through no fault of their own, have never been deprived. Graham Chapman, voice. Final episode
Christopher LoveTrack 1Past Lives Meditation
Phone callerMonkey suit
Phone callerI smashed it over the cartoon television set
Clint Mansell with Kronos QuartetLux AeternaRequiem for a Dream s.t. (2000)
Giovanni PaisielloCavatina Barbiere di Siviglia (film adaptation)Barry Lyndon s.t. (1975)
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