Click the play button to listenThe boys take another walk down the "out" side of the street this episode, with looks at a little known outing from one of Charles Mingus' trumpet players to a twin-guitar / alto sax ensemble, to two rather challenging works on the Pyroclastic label. Mike's more patient with those efforts than Pat. Who's ready for some asbestos earmuffs? Pop matters delves into what Iggy Pop got up to with his buddy David Bowie during that infamous Berlin hang.
- Discussion of Nate Wooley's album Ancient Songs of Burlap Heroes (Pyroclastic) 3:25
- Discussion of Trevor Dunn's album Seances (Pyroclastic) 22:40
- Discussion of Greg Ward's album Dion's Quest (Suga Hoof) 39:58
- Discussion of Ted Curson's album Tears for Dolphy (Arista Freedom) 59:50
- Pop Matters 1:13:49
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