Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza: A Sense of Recognition (4/12/05) show audio

Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza:
A Sense of Recognition (4/12/05)

Just like snowflakes.

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Artist Title Album Comments
Playlist complete, in order of first appearance (sources collaged and layered together simultaneously)
Angelo BadalamentiLaura Palmer's ThemeTwin Peaks s.t. (1990)One loop
KenRemaining calm, without turning off. You do not cease to be when you cease to worry. One second in the future. Is it easy to get in touch with that feeling now? The feeling of being in between those two feelings. I don't mean to give answers.
Phone callerBlood per gallon
Darren Aronofsky, director & writer; Sean Gullette, writer; Mark Margolis, actor320, 450, 22, whatever.Pi movie (1998)
Carter BurwellFargo, North DakotaFargo/Barton Fink s.t.Fargo
Phone callerI was abducted by aliens
Carter BurwellFade Out - The EndFargo/Barton Fink s.t.Barton Fink
Phone callerThere is no virus
Phone callerHow much is DNA per gallon?
Llewellyn ap GruffyddA Shaft of Light Enters the Room
Phone callerI'm worried about what kind of music that is playing
Philip GlassChris & the Model AirplaneUndertow (2004)
Phone callerTwin peaks on the twin ladders
Darren Aronofsky, director & writer; Sean Gullette, writer, actor; Mark Margolis, actorThe possibilities become smaller and smaller. Maybe, even though we're not sophisticated enough to be aware of it, there is a pattern, an order.Pi movie (1998)
Phone callerThe answer is 42
Phone caller46 and 2
Phone callerThe answer is god
Llewellyn ap GruffyddSweet Child of the Sea
Phone callerThe following sentence is 42 words long
Phone callerGod is what's between those thoughts
Phone caller(Whispering)
Phone callerThe answer is the lord savior Jesus Christ (it says so in the bible)There was no time before Jesus
Maurice JarreOvertureDoctor Zhivago s.t. (2000)2 copies
Phone callerJesus is in my memories, the ones that I forgotLife's easier when you think you know the answers
Phone callerPerceptivity in perspectiveness is flexivity in connectiveness
Darren Aronofsky, director & writer; Sean Gullette, writer; Mark Margolis, actorHold on, you have to slow down. You're losing it!Pi movie (1998)You have to take a breath
NFL FilmsThe Power and the GloryThe Power and the Glory: The Original Music and Voices
Darren Aronofsky, director & writer; Sean Gullette, writer; Mark Margolis, actorWhen your mind becomes obsessed with anything, you will filter everything else out and find that thing everywhere.Pi movie (1998)
Christian RecordingsHappy BirthdayA house so quiet and humble. A child beside her bed. Her hands clasped tightly. It's time to pray.
Phone callerY'all going to have to take this off the radio, y'all taking a bunch of drugs
Phone callerWhen my friends ain't acting all crazy like this here radio station, well, I reckon I just tell 'em to go to hell, leave me alone. When you get sandpaper stuck in your craw, I reckon it does. Well, I drank a bottle of wine last night, that helped. Well, it felt like somebody took a club to my head. I don't think they mean nothin' to me. Well, my friends down at the lake. Well, when they ain't acting all crazy, like this here radio station. Well, I reckon I just tell 'em to go to hell, leave me alone. Well, I don't know if they really go there, y'know, it's more of a figure of speech, but in my head, I reckon they do. I don't really care much about guilt. I figure it's better to regret something you have done than something you haven't.
George Tyne, director; Ken Levine, David Isaacs, writers; Alan Alda, others, actorsScene: People are DyingM*A*S*H, season 7, episode 2: Peace on UsBrief howdy for now. Later, inescapable as all control lost.
Phone callerPi samples felt great, you're the coolest, man.Yeah, recognition. Yeah. It's very familiar. I always feel unrecognized, but you bring me back.
Darren Aronofsky, director & writer; Sean Gullette, writer; Mark Margolis, actorYou've chosen 216, and you will find it everywhere in nature.Pi movie (1998)
Phone callerI can prove that this is a live radio show: Look up in the sky and you will see very large chemtrails.
Darren Aronofsky, director & writer; Sean Gullette, writer; Mark Margolis, actorWhen it is empty, it appears to be simple and ordered. The possibilities of gameplay are endless, just like snowflakes.Pi movie (1998)Actually represents an extremely complex and chaotic universe. And that is the truth of our world. It can't be easily summed up with math. There is no simple pattern.
Llewellyn ap GruffyddThe End
Philip GlassGolden CoinsUndertow (2004)
Ricky Gervais & Stephen Merchant, directors/writersIntro from outtake: Freelove FreewayThe Office DVDTake 4
Phone callerMaybe someone can look up HR 666Sooner is better than later to get information, which I'm curious about. Did you say "the empire?" I think empire is a bad idea. (Singing)
Ray Noble & His OrchestraMidnight, the Stars, and YouThe Shining s.t. (1980)1932. Al Bowlly vocal
Modest MouseSleepwalkin'Quiet loop, as used in Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza: Thank You For Making Noise (4/17/04)
Phone callerThat's quite common for these Illuminati lawmakers
Phone callerAll you have to do is look up in the sky. I feel like everyone is doing the ghost dance.Everyone is consuming more than they are producing.
Joel Coen, director & writer; Ethan Coen, writer; Billy Bob Thornton, actor; Carter Burwell, musicScene: I Was the GhostThe Man Who Wasn't There movieI didn't see anyone, and no one saw me.
Modest MouseSleepwalkin'Reversed loop
Phone callerHello, is Kendra there?
Loss of control
Phone callerThey studied the synapse firing. Post traumatic stress disorderA shutdown in rational behavior
Phone callerWhat you need to realize is, you stymie and flummox their psychological growth
Rodgers & HammersteinShall We DanceThe King and I s.t. (1956)
RadioLive radio feedback in studio, as delay ramps down
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