2:01:04 – A Bedcast for the ages!!  Music from all over the world that you needed to hear, an episode of Grummelings with an interview with Sci-Fi Legend and Creative Commons Pioneer, Cory Docterow, Talk Legends Neil Rogers and the late Bob Lassiter, and the pop culture babblings of your host, PQ Ribber!  Coolness compiled and collected!!

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States License.  Further information on elements are included below.

Attribution by PQ Ribber .

Released November 2010 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts presenting amazingly unique programs that are safe and effective.

Bedcast Music and More Small Type and Liner Notes:
“Mulatto” (by Listen With Sarah)
Another Nice Mix turns unexpected technical faults and human confusion into an “art event.” It was created from samples of The John Peel Show and Another Nice Mess (Marcelle van Hoof’s show on Radio DFM), with music by Oak and Krause Duo Nr. 2 and a pinch of Laurel and Hardy. Originaly released on CD in 2006.
Mulatto by Listen With Sarah is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.
“Dodworth’s Five Step (October 22, 2010)” (by Lucas Gonze)
An old waltz with a marching band feel played as an electric guitar solo.  Two pieces from the civil war.  Bleak mountain gospel.
From public domain sources to public domain recordings.
Dodworth’s Five Step (October 22, 2010) by Lucas Gonze is licensed under a CC0 1.0 Universal License.
“Squishing Sniffy, Artists Busted!” (by The Bran Flakes)
“52 Weeks” (Peppermill Records, 2006, MP3-Net-Release) peppermillrecords.com
Squishing Sniffy, Artists Busted! by The Bran Flakes is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial License.
“Rambong Propulsions (EP Version)” (by Someone Else [UK])
Rambong Propulsions (EP Version) by Someone Else [UK] is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives (aka Music Sharing) License.
“Next Time I See You Remind Me Not To Talk To You” (by Stealing Orchestra)
from Wikipedia entry for Stealing Orchestra:
A review by Cool and Strange Music Magazine back in 2000 gives a general idea of the music by Stealing Orchestra even if there were many changes in the line-up or musical creation.
“No matter how off the map Mascarenhas’ musical funhouse gets, with things running backward and jumping in at the most inappropriate spots, there is always the semblance of a song. His mixed madness has a definite lounge and pop bent to it – yet there is also a strong Portuguese/Spanish flavor. Think of all faux Spanish music that exists out there, then try to imagine what would happen if someone from the area began lampooning American culture with that inherent style. It’s like a soundtrack a spy movie ran through a blender.”
Next Time I See You Remind Me Not To Talk To You by Stealing Orchestra is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives (aka Music Sharing) License.
“The Sex Omens of China” (by Satanicpornocultshop)
We are honored to present you Satanicpornocultshop – Kesalan Patharan e.p..
The Japanese version of the Goo Goo Dolls on LSD delivers yet another great cut-up album entitled after a make-up brand. Download it now and have fun finding out why!
The Sex Omens of China by Satanicpornocultshop is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.
Grummellings3: An interview with Cory Doctorow
Artist/Composer: Iain Emsley at yatterings.com
Creative Commons license: Attribution-No Derivative Works 3.0
“Was that away message for me?” (by 8bit Betty)
Was that away message for me? by 8bit Betty is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.
Cheese Steak by Raleigh Moncrief
Cheese Steak by Raleigh Moncrief is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial License.
“raymondscott” (by junior85)
junior85 is a musician and composer from Galway, Ireland. He also plays drums for So Cow and runs the Stress!! club in Galway.  This is raymondscott from his debut self-title album.
Read more about junior85 and this record at Bad Panda Records.
raymondscott by junior85 is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License.
“When I Snap My Fingers You’ll Wake Up” (by Eusebio)
These are 9 tracks testifying together about the way Bucharest is and feels like today. The album, simply called ONE, marks Eusebio’s debut and it doesn’t just play the capital’s soundscape. Its purpose is to make you feel like you are taking a walk through it: full blown human chaos with sound chaos and traffic chaos for the middle of the day and deep, deep clam punctuated by a vagrant dog or car for the middle of the night. The album contains reworked night time street ambient recordings and for any of the song there is a corresponding particular state of mind or moment in time.
It took Eusebio a full year to finish ONE, a full year of fine tuning to achieve minute details that you are aware of after two or three listening sessions. The more sessions, the more details. Synths, flutes, guitars, drums and drum effects and drum machines plus traffic signs turned drum kits, plates and glasses turned to chimes and bells, and above all these, the mighty PC, used as a recording, editing and mixing tool. Part of the songs are produced by Waar, Eusebio wingman in the High Jet project, an electronica extravaganza endeavor, a musical fresh mint designed to refresh you.
When I Snap My Fingers You’ll Wake Up by Eusebio is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License.
“Do u wanna shake hands?” (by Peter Sharp)
Do u wanna shake hands? by Peter Sharp is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License.
“Hervé Villechaize Plays The Organ” (by G.G. Allin’s Dick)
Hervé Villechaize Plays The Organ by G.G. Allin’s Dick is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives (aka Music Sharing) License.
Neil Rogers with Bob Lassiter (12/15/05)
Public Domain Recording.
“Destroy She Says” (by Zoe.LeelA)
Queendom Come is some of the finest electronic urban soul I’ve heard on the internet. The Berlin artist has a silky smooth sound that rides a fine line between naughty and sexy. Her voice is casual yet seductive. The production values on her album are almost impeccable. Yet it is her vocals and breathy persona that tempts me into each replay. “Bridges” and “Destroy She Says” are two excellent examples of her alchemy. Download this and surrender to the temptation. -Marvin / Free Albums
Destroy She Says by Zoe.LeelA is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Germany License.
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