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Title: Sound collage samples
Post by: MiddleBro on August 21, 2013, 04:13:25 PM
Hey FOT,
   I see bits and pieces in the Best/Worst thread, but figured it might be nice to compile all of the pieces we can identify in one easy-to-access definitive list in a separate thread.  The whole thing intrigues me, as it's very different from what I'm used to in The Best Show, but I think that's part of the point.  I can tell some pieces, but I am curious about the source of others, so I figure the board would be the best place to go.  Additions don't need to be added in the specific chronological order they were added in the show, but being as specific to the original source would be helpful, if possible.  Thanks, in advance!  Here's what I've got, so far, off the top of my head:

Frankie Teardrop by Suicide
Pigpen's "jams" with Grateful Dead
Chuck Woolery's ads for (virtually painfree) catheters
Another Chuck Woolery ad.  (I can't remember the product)
A voice repeating "SPRING BREAK".  (Source?)
Nick Swardson thanking an audience for supporting Grandma's Boy
An excerpt from Andrew Dice Clay's "Hour Back...Get It?" bit on "The Day The Laughter Died"(?)
A bit from Andrew Dice Clay's podcast mentioning something along the lines of "Your podcast is your podcast, my podcast is my podcast".  (Episode/context?)
The opening syllable of "SOME!" from Smash Mouth's "All Star"
Andy Kindler's imitation riff of Pigpen's innuendo-laden ramblings.
Seth Green talking about trying to get a movie made(? Source?)
A call on a conservative radio call-in show about police using necessary force to take care of criminals.

I think that's about all I've got for now.  Thanks, again, for any help in keeping this up to date!


   -Zach
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: citizenlewis on August 21, 2013, 04:17:53 PM
Hey FOT,
   I see bits and pieces in the Best/Worst thread, but figured it might be nice to compile all of the pieces we can identify in one easy-to-access definitive list in a separate thread.  The whole thing intrigues me, as it's very different from what I'm used to in The Best Show, but I think that's part of the point.  I can tell some pieces, but I am curious about the source of others, so I figure the board would be the best place to go.  Additions don't need to be added in the specific chronological order they were added in the show, but being as specific to the original source would be helpful, if possible.  Thanks, in advance!  Here's what I've got, so far, off the top of my head:

Frankie Teardrop by Suicide
Pigpen's "jams" with Grateful Dead
Chuck Woolery's ads for (virtually painfree) catheters
Another Chuck Woolery ad.  (I can't remember the product)
A voice repeating "SPRING BREAK".  (Source?)
Nick Swardson thanking an audience for supporting Grandma's Boy
An excerpt from Andrew Dice Clay's "Hour Back...Get It?" bit on "The Day The Laughter Died"(?)
A bit from Andrew Dice Clay's podcast mentioning something along the lines of "Your podcast is your podcast, my podcast is my podcast".  (Episode/context?)
The opening syllable of "SOME!" from Smash Mouth's "All Star"
Andy Kindler's imitation riff of Pigpen's innuendo-laden ramblings.
Seth Green talking about trying to get a movie made(? Source?)
A call on a conservative radio call-in show about police using necessary force to take care of criminals.

I think that's about all I've got for now.  Thanks, again, for any help in keeping this up to date!


   -Zach

Thanks Zach.  I was just asking this.
Someone please put this week's sound collage in a time capsule and preserve it for the rest of time
Can anyone identify all the clips from Tommy Teardrop?
"Hi, I'm Dennis", "my podcast is my podcast", "the movie got accepted at Sundance" etc.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: ben on August 21, 2013, 04:22:59 PM
The scene from the Master where he walks to the wall and back
Dinging bell is from Breaking Bad when nursing home blows up?
Opening section from Street Hassle.
Opening notes from One by Aimmee Mann
Hi I'm Dennis from Best Show Four Loko Christmas Party
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: ColbyCheese on August 21, 2013, 04:52:03 PM

A voice repeating "SPRING BREAK".  (Source?)
...
Seth Green talking about trying to get a movie made(? Source?)


I think "Spring Break" is James Franco in Spring Breakers.

I know the Seth Green bit is from his interview with Marc Maron on WTF.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: MiddleBro on August 21, 2013, 05:01:14 PM
I was thinking Breaking Bad, initially, for the bell, but I don't quite think it sounds right, at least not from the nursing home scene, where it's dinged pretty repeatedly, in a rapid succession.  Also, how could I forget "Hi, I'm Dennis!"?  I figured "Spring Break" might have been from Spring Breakers, but I haven't seen it.  Doesn't sound much like Franco to me, but I don't know.  Thanks for the responses, so far!  Let's keep it up!


   -Zach
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: BadGuyZero on August 21, 2013, 05:30:43 PM
The Dice "podcast" line is from "Rollin' with Dice & Wheels" #8. He's talking to Tom Green.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on August 21, 2013, 05:45:37 PM
I'm getting in the habit of using twitter to crowd-source questions I have about the #ScharplingMegaMix

Last night's version included clips or Michael Richards doing his desultory apology on Letterman -- that's Richards doing the weird "forcefield of hostility" rant.

Kelsey Grammer falling off a stage ("pretending I was a UN Interpreter UMMPH GOOD LORD!")

Some heartbeat-like percussion sounds from the opening section of Pink Floyd's "Time" (I think the sound appears on other songs or between songs on "Dark Side of the Moon")

The Chromatics song "Tick of the Clock", which appears on the soundtrack to the movie "Drive"
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on August 21, 2013, 05:48:07 PM
"Hi I'm Dennis" gets more hilarious with every repetition.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: buffcoat on August 22, 2013, 12:06:32 AM
"Hi I'm Dennis" gets more hilarious with every repetition.

So does "UMPH GOOD LORD." It's cruel, but whaddayagonnado?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on August 22, 2013, 02:42:07 AM

Opening section from Street Hassle.


Violin and Cello riff from the title song of Lou Reed's 1978 album "Street Hassle"


Opening notes from One by Aimmee Mann


Aimee's amazing  version of "One" the 1969 hit single by Three Dog Night (written by Harry Nillson)

Hi I'm Dennis from Best Show Four Loko Christmas Party

Still the best thing ever.

Everybody ... feel free to make further investigations into #Music. And #Dennis
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Sashamak on August 22, 2013, 11:51:40 AM
Michael Richard's apology on Lettermen for being a racist on stage.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: cutout on August 22, 2013, 06:38:02 PM
Quote
A call on a conservative radio call-in show about police using necessary force to take care of criminals.

Anyone know this one?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: wood and iron on August 22, 2013, 07:18:01 PM
Richard Dreyfuss in "What About Bob" saying the "then he can wear my slicker!" line.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: wood and iron on August 22, 2013, 07:26:53 PM
Is anyone making mp3s of these collages?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: cavorting with nudists on August 22, 2013, 08:54:16 PM
"Hi I'm Dennis" gets more hilarious with every repetition.

So does "UMPH GOOD LORD." It's cruel, but whaddayagonnado?

Special props to Tom this time for letting it run up through "I... think I'm okay." That's always a bonus.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: cavorting with nudists on August 22, 2013, 08:55:16 PM
"(Something Something) Big booties yo, that's what life is about"?  More Spring Breakers?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Epic Soundtracks on August 22, 2013, 09:34:03 PM
I've never seen Breaking Bad but that clanging bell really freaks me out...who know Tom was the Garden State Stockhausen?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: cavorting with nudists on August 22, 2013, 09:45:43 PM
The dinging bell is certainly Breaking Bad, but not the "Face Off" scene--goes on too long. Probably the old fuck trying to tell Tuco something or trying to get the attention of a nurse once he's in the home.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Epic Soundtracks on August 22, 2013, 09:55:36 PM
really nice blurb about the collage on the av club podmass thing
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: ChrisInLR on August 22, 2013, 11:23:34 PM
"Hi, I'm Dennis" gets me every time.

In a way, this loop for 10 minutes may be more disturbing than Frankie Teardrop.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: mps359 on August 23, 2013, 11:42:13 AM
Quote
A call on a conservative radio call-in show about police using necessary force to take care of criminals.

Anyone know this one?

Its Tom prank calling New Jersey 101.5
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: placeholder on August 23, 2013, 12:39:24 PM
I'm just going to chime in and say how much I love the collage.  I don't think I'll ever stop losing it over Mike's "Dennis" voice.

Also, "Frankie Teardrop" isn't that scary, guys!
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Crusherkc on August 23, 2013, 01:18:04 PM
You're a time-machine record pig oink oink oink oink
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: timmx on August 26, 2013, 05:26:15 PM
I'm hoping Fonzie trying to apologize and the Mason line from "Clifford" make an appearance.

I love how these collages combine familiar Best Show topics and add intresting/funny unfamiliar clips. In some ways they're a perfect distillation of The Best Show to me. And at the same time they're a weird thing I would have never expected from The Best Show.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: wood and iron on August 26, 2013, 05:29:12 PM
Is anyone making mp3s of these collages?

Anyone? I'd really like to have them. I'm finding myself thinking about these collages all the time now.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Carver on August 26, 2013, 06:23:08 PM
Is anyone making mp3s of these collages?

Anyone? I'd really like to have them. I'm finding myself thinking about these collages all the time now.

Been listening to these off my Box account; here's for FOT-ers.

https://app.box.com/s/23v87m9d6so2dbrmearm
https://app.box.com/s/157nbno6lbulb9vvidrw
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: cavorting with nudists on August 26, 2013, 07:06:52 PM

Been listening to these off my Box account; here's for FOT-ers.


Thanks.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: wood and iron on August 26, 2013, 07:47:55 PM
Is anyone making mp3s of these collages?

Anyone? I'd really like to have them. I'm finding myself thinking about these collages all the time now.

Been listening to these off my Box account; here's for FOT-ers.

https://app.box.com/s/23v87m9d6so2dbrmearm
https://app.box.com/s/157nbno6lbulb9vvidrw

Thank you!
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: wood and iron on August 26, 2013, 07:56:59 PM
Quote
A call on a conservative radio call-in show about police using necessary force to take care of criminals.

Anyone know this one?

Its Tom prank calling New Jersey 101.5

Is there any more info/background on this?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Epic Soundtracks on August 26, 2013, 08:06:33 PM
Thanks, Carver
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Austin From Chicago on August 26, 2013, 09:22:57 PM
Wherever these collages go, I always get a chuckle knowing that they mutated from Tom mixing a Suicide song with a Grateful Dead song. That Tom did that alone is mind-blowing.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Steve of Bloomington on August 27, 2013, 10:03:06 AM
Thanks for starting this thread, MiddleBro. I've been wondering about these myself. Have been loving the evolution of the collage week-to-week.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: roman on August 27, 2013, 11:16:13 AM
Quote
A call on a conservative radio call-in show about police using necessary force to take care of criminals.

Anyone know this one?

Its Tom prank calling New Jersey 101.5

Is that confirmed?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: bananagrabbers on August 27, 2013, 05:09:35 PM
Quote
A call on a conservative radio call-in show about police using necessary force to take care of criminals.

Anyone know this one?

Its Tom prank calling New Jersey 101.5

Is there any more info/background on this?

I have no info, except to add that I just re-listened to the collage and it now seems blindingly obvious.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: AllSussedOut on August 27, 2013, 06:25:09 PM
Though I'd never tell Tom how to do his job... it might be funny to think of possible additions to the collage:

Spike's infamous call with Martin Short
Ricky Gervais discussing anything, but perhaps the motivation behind his Derek character
Wally Wackiman's feltdown
Gene Simmons sales patter about... anything
Fredericks MIND Thing / soundboard clips
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: MiddleBro on August 27, 2013, 07:35:24 PM
Thanks for starting this thread, MiddleBro. I've been wondering about these myself. Have been loving the evolution of the collage week-to-week.

Glad to be of assistance!  Also, someone mentioned the "Mason" line from Clifford.  I was just thinking that it'd make a nice addition, but then again, maybe it belongs reserved strictly for Newbridgians calling in, to keep it separate.


   -Zach
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: RickInSaltLake on August 27, 2013, 07:39:23 PM
Dinging bell is from Breaking Bad when nursing home blows up?

Is it from that or is it from season two when Tuco's uncle is trying to tell his nephew Walter has put ricin in his burrito?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: RickInSaltLake on August 27, 2013, 07:41:57 PM
"(Something Something) Big booties yo, that's what life is about"?  More Spring Breakers?

Yeah, I think that's Franco from when Alien is performing live...
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Steve of Bloomington on August 28, 2013, 09:08:25 AM
Quote
A call on a conservative radio call-in show about police using necessary force to take care of criminals.

Anyone know this one?

Its Tom prank calling New Jersey 101.5

Is there any more info/background on this?

I have no info, except to add that I just re-listened to the collage and it now seems blindingly obvious.

Yes, I listened to this closer last night because of this thread, and it definitely sounds like Tom doing a voice.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: dutch on August 28, 2013, 12:11:05 PM
Chris "Nerdist" Hardwick is a welcome addition to the collage.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: drennen_won on August 28, 2013, 01:10:07 PM
Dorf talking about e-cigarettes!
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: JesseFromVegas on August 28, 2013, 02:05:57 PM
Skurlicks addition was masterful, as was the drums from Tusk and Jerry Seinfeld talking about the "character" of the bee in Bee Movie.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Epic Soundtracks on August 28, 2013, 09:24:35 PM
C'mon Austin from Chicago, now is the time for you to write an article about Tom and the sound collage....for some website like The Awl or Dangerous Minds.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Sashamak on August 28, 2013, 10:27:00 PM
What was the "Hey Dummy." thing from?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: cutout on August 28, 2013, 11:50:30 PM
I would give anything if Tom found a way to include a sample of Clark's whining after he was banned. Or anything from Venison Stew, really.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on August 29, 2013, 02:29:31 AM
Skurlicks addition was masterful, as was the drums from Tusk and Jerry Seinfeld talking about the "character" of the bee in Bee Movie.

Tusk! of course. I was about to ask where that drum beat came from.

Other "new" (?) stuff I picked up on from last nite's version of the collage :

Looping piano part from "Life's What You Make It", by Talk Talk.

Almost-subliminal portions of "Tales of Brave Ullyses" by Cream, and the "Entourage" theme song by Jane's Addiction.

Right after the Skrillex portion, there was a little bit of Karen Carpenter singing "loneliness" from the song "Superstar"

AP Mike whispering "Bayonne, City of My Birth" ... (from the Tree of Mike short film he did a few years back)

Some guy (?) blabbing about Porsches "from Jay Leno's Garage"

Some guy phoning into WNBC and offering to be "Barbara's" love slave (???)

Where does the guy screaming VICTORY come from? is that Hardwick or somebody else?

Oh yeah, somewhere in there was a proggy-sounding synth keyboard loop. Sounded a little like Phillip Glass or something. Anybody know what that was?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Epic Soundtracks on August 29, 2013, 08:39:15 AM
Is the Hi, I'm Dennis thing from 12/18/12 (Four Loko Carol Xmas special) or the previous year's Xmas show?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: CSW on August 29, 2013, 10:37:36 AM
Is the Hi, I'm Dennis thing from 12/18/12 (Four Loko Carol Xmas special) or the previous year's Xmas show?

Fairly certain its the 2012 one
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Carver on August 29, 2013, 12:16:52 PM



Where does the guy screaming VICTORY come from? is that Hardwick or somebody else?


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My first thought on hearing that was that it was Sylvester Stallone's voice.  I just googled and saw that there's a Sylvester Stallone movie actually called Victory, but have never seen it.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: wood and iron on August 29, 2013, 12:18:27 PM
The Victory yell is from Entourage. It was Johnny Drama's catchphrase when he was on a fantasy tv show.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: DavidSestrand on August 29, 2013, 02:42:11 PM
Oh yeah, somewhere in there was a proggy-sounding synth keyboard loop. Sounded a little like Phillip Glass or something. Anybody know what that was?

Wakeman's noodling from Roundabout?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: dontuknowimloko? on August 29, 2013, 02:45:33 PM
They belong in a museum!
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: DavidSestrand on August 29, 2013, 02:46:27 PM
What was the "Hey Dummy." thing from?

I think someone said that was from The Master as well.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Epic Soundtracks on August 29, 2013, 03:32:00 PM
Sorry if this is answered above but where is the terrifying "Nerds!" stuff from....this collage really is like a Hieronymous Bosch painting of our times.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: JesseFromVegas on August 29, 2013, 03:52:52 PM
Yeah, I used to like Hardwick, but that loop of him kind of made me hate him and the whole idea of "nerds"
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: wood and iron on August 29, 2013, 05:02:20 PM
Sorry if this is answered above but where is the terrifying "Nerds!" stuff from....this collage really is like a Hieronymous Bosch painting of our times.

Chris Hardwick's stand up.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Mr. Spacely on August 29, 2013, 07:50:01 PM
The call from "kill all the criminal guys" on the NJ talk radio show is scarier than Frankie Teardrop. I'm glad Tom's reigned in that bit. It's terrifying.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Carver on August 29, 2013, 08:57:03 PM
The call from "kill all the criminal guys" on the NJ talk radio show is scarier than Frankie Teardrop. I'm glad Tom's reigned in that bit. It's terrifying.

"I'm not gonna disagree with you."
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: BadGuyZero on August 30, 2013, 03:45:40 AM
Is the Hi, I'm Dennis thing from 12/18/12 (Four Loko Carol Xmas special) or the previous year's Xmas show?


Fairly certain its the 2012 one


Yes. December 18, 2012:

http://wfmu.org/flashplayer.php?version=2&show=48655&archive=84070&starttime=2:09:39 (http://wfmu.org/flashplayer.php?version=2&show=48655&archive=84070&starttime=2:09:39)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Jetouellet on September 01, 2013, 08:42:44 AM
Yeah, I used to like Hardwick, but that loop of him kind of made me hate him and the whole idea of "nerds"

Yeah, I still enjoy Hardwick greatly, but I've always disliked his grandstanding of "nerd" culture. "Nerds" are no more special than any other labelled group of people, yet he fetishizes them greatly. Why label your personality so that you squeeze yourself into a tiny box and scowl disdainfully at those who are even the slightest bit outside of it?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Crusherkc on September 01, 2013, 09:41:42 AM
I enjoyed Fred Stoller, in his initial rash of podcast appearances, calling out Hardwick, Matt Mira and JOnah Ray as snarky dudes and bros, not real nerds like Eddie Deezen.

"Victory!" sounds like Drama from Entourage but I haven't watched that show since the Sopranos stopped leading into it. 

I'm want to find the tour of the Hate Pit from a few years ago. I think it's an antecedent to the Collage of 2013.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: cavorting with nudists on September 01, 2013, 10:07:33 AM
The Hate Pit tour is from the show with the memorable broadcast date of 1/11/11.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Sashamak on September 01, 2013, 10:33:23 AM
I think Chris Hardwick is a nice guy but that podcast is unlistenable and their interviews never really offer a lot of depth. You kind of leave with nothing in those interviews or they're the same thing you would find on Jimmy Fallon or Jay Leno. Just these fluff interviews where all we really find out or learn is that the guest is "The nicest guy." And it kind of bugs me that his version of nerd is just blind enthusiasm for everything.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: not that clay on September 01, 2013, 02:52:11 PM
If you go way back Hardwick was actually reasonably funny, but yeah, he's basically Ryan Seacrest now.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: buffcoat on September 01, 2013, 03:25:39 PM
The only way I know Chris Hardwick is from "Rodeohead," which I enjoyed.

Has he done other stuff? I hadn't heard.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: YuriDedman on September 01, 2013, 10:16:13 PM
I'm waiting for Billy Crystal's "Jazz Man" character to show up in these, including the self-important "This next piece..." preamble.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on September 02, 2013, 03:44:08 AM
Oh yeah, somewhere in there was a proggy-sounding synth keyboard loop. Sounded a little like Phillip Glass or something. Anybody know what that was?


Wakeman's noodling from Roundabout?


THAT"S THE ONE! The wakeman part from Roundabout was mixed in with the haunting Karen Carpenter interlude.

.. and it keeps going, mixed down low beneath Hardwick, Tree of Mike, Franco in "Spring Breakers" ...  very effective.

The Wakeman bit starts a little bit before the 5 minute mark on this video: Yes - Roundabout (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Tdu4uKSZ3M&noredirect=1#)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Steve of Bloomington on September 03, 2013, 11:01:13 AM
Yeah, I used to like Hardwick, but that loop of him kind of made me hate him and the whole idea of "nerds"

Yeah, I still enjoy Hardwick greatly, but I've always disliked his grandstanding of "nerd" culture. "Nerds" are no more special than any other labelled group of people, yet he fetishizes them greatly. Why label your personality so that you squeeze yourself into a tiny box and scowl disdainfully at those who are even the slightest bit outside of it?

Nerd culture kind of got diluted past the point of no return once you had 'sports nerds'. Also there was a kind of 'Geek' vs. 'Nerd' thing going on where I leaned toward 'Geek', so I never really Nerd identified. I generally find the fetishization of nerds/geeks embarrassing more often than not these days, and don't particularly feel a kinship with the herd with things diluted and fragmented (for example, I just never really got into gaming). N.E.R.D. had a couple good songs, though, I thought.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: yesno on September 03, 2013, 02:29:01 PM
The WNBC call--is that Tom doing a voice calling into mid-1980s, pre K-Rock Howard Stern?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Josh on September 03, 2013, 03:31:00 PM
hey, buddy. where ya been?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: cavorting with nudists on September 03, 2013, 04:53:02 PM
I just realized what I've been missing in this thing: Bruno S. saying "VELLkomm tu deh MAEK schau!"
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: buffcoat on September 03, 2013, 04:59:48 PM
N.E.R.D. had a couple good songs, though, I thought.


I really enjoyed "Lap Dance."

"I got somethin' chrome / And I got it from home / And it ain't a microphone [Yo, it ain't a mic]"

Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Steve of Bloomington on September 03, 2013, 05:05:53 PM
All the previous things said I also like Chris Hardwick overall. He gets a lifetime pass for 'The Pi Song', more or less one of the nerdiest things ever truth be told.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: yesno on September 03, 2013, 05:32:27 PM
hey, buddy. where ya been?

If you are addressing me, I've been wasting my time is a less productive manner than the FOT board.

I'd like to say, "I'm spending less time on message boards because I had a baby and bought a house," but this would be false, since I waste just as much time on the Internet as ever.

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Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Josh on September 03, 2013, 06:10:14 PM
nice! hope you and the family are doing well.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: justinmh05 on September 03, 2013, 08:13:46 PM
All the previous things said I also like Chris Hardwick overall. He gets a lifetime pass for 'The Pi Song', more or less one of the nerdiest things ever truth be told.
I generally agree - but holy crap, the audio clips used in the collage are the greatest take down of anyone ever. I know it's reducing a guy to a few words. But my god, that's a hell of a reduction.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: fonpr on September 03, 2013, 08:50:11 PM
I had a baby and bought a house,"
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Simultaneously?

Amazing.

I hope you made movies.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on September 03, 2013, 11:29:17 PM


ˋˏsˎˊˋˏpˎˊˋˏrˎˊˋˏiˎˊˋˏnˎˊˋˏgˎˊ ˋˏbˎˊˋˏrˎˊˋˏeˎˊˋˏaˎˊˋˏkˎˊ

This is a nice textualization of the Franco/Alien voice.

Textualization? That's not right ... What's the word I'm looking for?

Anyway, welcome back to the board, YesNo
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Austin From Chicago on September 03, 2013, 11:30:25 PM
The Nerdist podcast gets on my nerves. I subscribe but only listen if the guest is fantastic. Patton Oswalt's appearance and the story about his tenure on MadTV was great. The Zucker brothers interview was also great. But it's really only great when Hardwick, Mira and Ray get out of the way and just let the guest tell stories - but that's also the show's weakness, because a distinctive personality/viewpoint is what makes Maron great as an interviewer/conversationalist, while Hardwick seems to think hysterical enthusiasm and Simpsons references adequately comprise a personality. As an interviewer he pitches nothing but softballs.

The other thing that really tests me with the Nerdist is that Hardwick and Mira, particularly, do this thing where they laugh nervously through their teeth immediately after saying something "funny," which makes me super-tense, because it just reeks of insecurity. And they can't ever make a joke without making a joke about the joke they just made. The fetishization of "nerds" is intensely grating too - we get it, you guys like comic books and gaming and sci-fi; stop acting like you earned something important.

Having said that, Hardwick's standup can be funny sometimes and I kind of like his song parodies once in a while.

Oh, and the audio collage pieces are just getting better and better.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on September 04, 2013, 12:16:46 AM
Hardwick, Mira and Ray ...

The other thing that really tests me with the Nerdist is that Hardwick and Mira, particularly, do this thing ...

WHY are there three of them? The format of that show has never made any sense to me. They've landed some great guests, but it continually eludes me why anyone would want to place themselves in that 3 against 1 situation.

I've heard enjoyable things from Mira, J-Ray and the 'wick in other contexts ... but regarding the flagship show of the Nerdist podcast network ... the show that obstensibly serves as a tentpole: why are there three of them?

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Oh, and the audio collage pieces are just getting better and better.


Yes they do.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Carver on September 04, 2013, 05:08:24 AM
The Nerdist interviews can lead to some good moments once they get going, but good lord the opening 10 minutes or so when all three of them are giddy and trying to riff all over the place is really hard to sit through.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Crusherkc on September 04, 2013, 11:49:25 AM
The Hate Pit tour is from the show with the memorable broadcast date of 1/11/11.

Thanks Cavorting.  The Hate Pit Tour is more like that Conan/Andy Richter bit when they would drive around with a green screen behind them.  "Oh no, it's Olivia Munn...she's talking about Star Wars"
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: yesno on September 04, 2013, 02:04:35 PM
So no one has a clue as to the "sex slave" call?  I could be wrong on both counts but I think it is early Howard Stern and a young Scharpling.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: justinmh05 on September 04, 2013, 03:32:37 PM
So no one has a clue as to the "sex slave" call?  I could be wrong on both counts but I think it is early Howard Stern and a young Scharpling.

That's definitely not Howard Stern. Howard had a much more nasally voice in the 80s.

I'm pretty sure - based only on the host's speech pattern - that it's W. Alan B. Colmes (of Hannity & Colmes fame) during his period as a shock jock on WABC in the 1980s.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: buffcoat on September 04, 2013, 05:51:53 PM
So no one has a clue as to the "sex slave" call?  I could be wrong on both counts but I think it is early Howard Stern and a young Scharpling.

That's definitely not Howard Stern. Howard had a much more nasally voice in the 80s.

I'm pretty sure - based only on the host's speech pattern - that it's W. Alan B. Colmes (of Hannity & Colmes fame) during his period as a shock jock on WABC in the 1980s.

It's definitely Alan Colmes. It's funny, because I first became aware of Alan Colmes in the mid-90s, when the only radio station I could get at my temp job played a show he did with Barry Farber, another radio host whom Tom has mentioned on occasion.

It was a runup to Hannity & Colmes, only with a (somewhat) genteel Southern conservative instead of a braying, moronic jackass.

I don't care what your politics are, if you can't recognize that Sean Hannity is a moron, _you_ are a moron.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: fonpr on September 04, 2013, 06:22:45 PM

I don't care what your politics are, if you can't recognize a moron, _you_ are a moron.
Yep.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: John Junk on September 04, 2013, 08:10:46 PM
Ugh, "mouth breathers". 
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: John Junk on September 04, 2013, 08:15:45 PM
I enjoyed Hardwick's work on Shipmates.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: yesno on September 04, 2013, 09:00:57 PM
So no one has a clue as to the "sex slave" call?  I could be wrong on both counts but I think it is early Howard Stern and a young Scharpling.

That's definitely not Howard Stern. Howard had a much more nasally voice in the 80s.

I'm pretty sure - based only on the host's speech pattern - that it's W. Alan B. Colmes (of Hannity & Colmes fame) during his period as a shock jock on WABC in the 1980s.

This is kind of funnier. But I do think it is Tom on the call. I like that prank calls to dumb radio shows was his hobby.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: cameron on September 04, 2013, 11:07:20 PM
I'm want to find the tour of the Hate Pit from a few years ago. I think it's an antecedent to the Collage of 2013.

YES the collage instantly reminded me of Hate Pit tour, one of my all-time favorite Best Show moments.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: cutout on September 05, 2013, 12:37:07 AM
"Doesn't smell, doesn't burn, isn't greasy." — slogan for next TBSoWFMU marathon merch
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: not that clay on September 05, 2013, 01:14:37 AM
Opening section from Street Hassle.

Argh!  That's it! Haven't heard that song in 25 years.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: RickInSaltLake on September 07, 2013, 11:38:52 AM
"Doesn't smell, doesn't burn, isn't greasy." — slogan for next TBSoWFMU marathon merch

Exactly. That slogan would be great on a shirt...
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on September 08, 2013, 01:34:05 PM
"Doesn't smell, doesn't burn, isn't greasy." — slogan for next TBSoWFMU marathon merch

Exactly. That slogan would be great on a shirt...

Except for those occasions when Tom's Newbridgian friends and coworkers start dancin' to that greasy, greasy, funk.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: paul on September 09, 2013, 04:40:15 PM
i believe you guys mean to say "greazy".
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Mr. Colin on September 11, 2013, 06:41:15 AM
The Hardwick bit in the audio collage makes me think of this (this is as funny as contemporary German comedy gets, and second best is a long way down from here) Bernd das Brot aka Bernd the Bread - NERD PARTY subtitled English just for you! (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OcKAdLfVFow#)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Crusherkc on September 11, 2013, 11:52:15 AM
This is turning into the blob.  The collage is now approx 19 minutes.  I think if it can reach 22 minutes we'd have a proper LP side.  I kinda liked losing the right-wing radio shit in favor of Ice Cube's "you think you colder than me?!?" to a can of Coors Light. Speaking of...Mike sounding like a Batman villain: "Do you have puppy dogs hee hee he he"

Porcupine Pie...another scoop please?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: B_Buster on September 11, 2013, 12:47:30 PM
It's official! The audio collage may now be referred to as "Tom's Comedy Jam."
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: paul on September 11, 2013, 02:36:35 PM
MR MOONLIGHT! *kazoo solo*
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Sashamak on September 11, 2013, 05:23:45 PM
It is The Weirdos Exposed Audio Book.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Crusherkc on September 11, 2013, 09:34:17 PM
It is The Weirdos Exposed Audio Book.

Perhaps some clips of John Wesley Shipp as the Flasher might be added, hmm?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: heliumsocket on September 12, 2013, 04:21:08 PM
My two suggestions for the collage are:

Jay Leno bombing.

http://wikisend.com/download/453480/LenoCaseyAnthony.wav (http://wikisend.com/download/453480/LenoCaseyAnthony.wav)


Spike singing the National Anthem. I chopped them up into Spike's individual segments, as well as a long version of Spike and Tom duetting.

http://www.sendspace.com/file/lw42xi (http://www.sendspace.com/file/lw42xi)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Brandon0476 on September 12, 2013, 05:33:13 PM
I wasn't familiar with "Porcupine Pie" so I looked it up to see who sung it. As I was searching, I came across a site called songmeanings.com. On their entry for Porcupine Pine, the sole comment (from 7 years ago) is the following: "Don't you dare ask Tom Scharpling of WFMU 90.1 NJ fame to play a request, or you'll get a heaping plateful of Porcupine Pie!"

I wonder if it was Tom himself who posted it. It was pretty funny to find, nonetheless. I'm still making my through the archives, so I wasn't aware that was something Tom used to do.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Epic Soundtracks on September 12, 2013, 08:21:12 PM
Hey FOT,
   I see bits and pieces in the Best/Worst thread, but figured it might be nice to compile all of the pieces we can identify in one easy-to-access definitive list in a separate thread.  The whole thing intrigues me, as it's very different from what I'm used to in The Best Show, but I think that's part of the point.  I can tell some pieces, but I am curious about the source of others, so I figure the board would be the best place to go.  Additions don't need to be added in the specific chronological order they were added in the show, but being as specific to the original source would be helpful, if possible.  Thanks, in advance!  Here's what I've got, so far, off the top of my head:

Frankie Teardrop by Suicide
Pigpen's "jams" with Grateful Dead
Chuck Woolery's ads for (virtually painfree) catheters
Another Chuck Woolery ad.  (I can't remember the product)
A voice repeating "SPRING BREAK".  (Source?)
Nick Swardson thanking an audience for supporting Grandma's Boy
An excerpt from Andrew Dice Clay's "Hour Back...Get It?" bit on "The Day The Laughter Died"(?)
A bit from Andrew Dice Clay's podcast mentioning something along the lines of "Your podcast is your podcast, my podcast is my podcast".  (Episode/context?)
The opening syllable of "SOME!" from Smash Mouth's "All Star"
Andy Kindler's imitation riff of Pigpen's innuendo-laden ramblings.
Seth Green talking about trying to get a movie made(? Source?)
A call on a conservative radio call-in show about police using necessary force to take care of criminals.

I think that's about all I've got for now.  Thanks, again, for any help in keeping this up to date!


   -Zach
   Hey Zach, want to take a stab at IDs for the collage in its most recent incarnation (9/10/2013)? Lots there I have no clue about
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: fonpr on September 12, 2013, 08:42:59 PM
It was pretty funny to find, nonetheless. I'm still making my through the archives, so I wasn't aware that was something Tom used to do.

It will happen again.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: DadHasADD on September 12, 2013, 08:51:22 PM
Hey FOT,
   I see bits and pieces in the Best/Worst thread, but figured it might be nice to compile all of the pieces we can identify in one easy-to-access definitive list in a separate thread.  The whole thing intrigues me, as it's very different from what I'm used to in The Best Show, but I think that's part of the point.  I can tell some pieces, but I am curious about the source of others, so I figure the board would be the best place to go.  Additions don't need to be added in the specific chronological order they were added in the show, but being as specific to the original source would be helpful, if possible.  Thanks, in advance!  Here's what I've got, so far, off the top of my head:

Frankie Teardrop by Suicide
Pigpen's "jams" with Grateful Dead
Chuck Woolery's ads for (virtually painfree) catheters
Another Chuck Woolery ad.  (I can't remember the product)
A voice repeating "SPRING BREAK".  (Source?)
Nick Swardson thanking an audience for supporting Grandma's Boy
An excerpt from Andrew Dice Clay's "Hour Back...Get It?" bit on "The Day The Laughter Died"(?)
A bit from Andrew Dice Clay's podcast mentioning something along the lines of "Your podcast is your podcast, my podcast is my podcast".  (Episode/context?)
The opening syllable of "SOME!" from Smash Mouth's "All Star"
Andy Kindler's imitation riff of Pigpen's innuendo-laden ramblings.
Seth Green talking about trying to get a movie made(? Source?)
A call on a conservative radio call-in show about police using necessary force to take care of criminals.

I think that's about all I've got for now.  Thanks, again, for any help in keeping this up to date!


   -Zach
   Hey Zach, want to take a stab at IDs for the collage in its most recent incarnation (9/10/2013)? Lots there I have no clue about

The Seth Green quote is from his WTF interview, and he was talking about the movie Party Monster that he did with McCauley Culkin.

I think in the "my podcast is your podcast clip" Dice is talking to Tom Green, because you here Green's voice for a second before Dice cuts him off.

Some other clips I noticed:

The Fraiser theme song, followed by Kelsey Grammar falling.
Porcupine Pie (obviously!)
the "tick-tock" sound from Dark Side of the Moon
Chris Hardwick talking about nerds and yelling "NERDS!!!!"
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Sashamak on September 12, 2013, 11:07:41 PM
Milo going "what?"
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: DadHasADD on September 13, 2013, 12:21:30 AM
He also included audio from the Pruane Drive-jacket video.

BTW, I loved how he went from the Queen song into the audio collage this time around.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: MiddleBro on September 13, 2013, 01:17:30 PM
Hey FOT,
   I see bits and pieces in the Best/Worst thread, but figured it might be nice to compile all of the pieces we can identify in one easy-to-access definitive list in a separate thread.  The whole thing intrigues me, as it's very different from what I'm used to in The Best Show, but I think that's part of the point.  I can tell some pieces, but I am curious about the source of others, so I figure the board would be the best place to go.  Additions don't need to be added in the specific chronological order they were added in the show, but being as specific to the original source would be helpful, if possible.  Thanks, in advance!  Here's what I've got, so far, off the top of my head:

Frankie Teardrop by Suicide
Pigpen's "jams" with Grateful Dead
Chuck Woolery's ads for (virtually painfree) catheters
Another Chuck Woolery ad.  (I can't remember the product)
A voice repeating "SPRING BREAK".  (Source?)
Nick Swardson thanking an audience for supporting Grandma's Boy
An excerpt from Andrew Dice Clay's "Hour Back...Get It?" bit on "The Day The Laughter Died"(?)
A bit from Andrew Dice Clay's podcast mentioning something along the lines of "Your podcast is your podcast, my podcast is my podcast".  (Episode/context?)
The opening syllable of "SOME!" from Smash Mouth's "All Star"
Andy Kindler's imitation riff of Pigpen's innuendo-laden ramblings.
Seth Green talking about trying to get a movie made(? Source?)
A call on a conservative radio call-in show about police using necessary force to take care of criminals.

I think that's about all I've got for now.  Thanks, again, for any help in keeping this up to date!


   -Zach
   Hey Zach, want to take a stab at IDs for the collage in its most recent incarnation (9/10/2013)? Lots there I have no clue about

Hey,
   I think a few others have already mentioned the ones I can remember as new additions, off the top of my head.  This thread is basically for anyone who wants to chime in and add updates or help identify things I missed from the earlier incarnations, or just better clarify their sources.  If it's wanted, I can go back and update the initial post with new stuff, for an easy-to-access, all-encompassing archive of what has been called out.

Otherwise, I just want to mention that the use of Kelsey Grammer singing the Frasier song, cut off by his classic fall, with perfect timing on the switch, was pretty brilliant, and I laughed out loud each time I heard it, on the ride home on Tuesday night.


   -Zach
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Crusherkc on September 13, 2013, 02:31:49 PM
It seems there are like three main themes developing: the Frankie Teardrop/Chromatics "Drive" song portion is like a descent into Hell (or the Hate Pit) with the more diabolical clips- "Spring Break", "Bayonne...", "Hi everyone I'm Chuck Woolery. If we all live long enough we experience arthritis pain", with Dice's breakdown (I forget if Michael Richards strange explanation for his racism was in the last one but it would fit perfectly here). 

Then the mood changes to upbeat with Porcupine Pie- more playful clips like "NERDS!" "Toss salad and scrambled eggs- Oooooh God...uugh", "You think you're colder than me?", "Hi I'm Dennis", "Thanks for supporting Grandma's Boy". 

Then closure with the opening of Street Hassle "could take an hour BACK! GET IT?"  Tying the whole thing in one piece is "Do you have puppy dogs he he he" 

I think a great item for a pledge drive would be an extended 45 minute version on an mp3 file of the Ultimate Best Show Collage.

Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: DadHasADD on September 13, 2013, 02:54:55 PM
I would love to get a file of all the audio collages strung together from end to end and listen to them in one sitting.

Did you guys notice how Tom made sure to reference the Pruane Drive-jacket video in this discussion with Gabe? Then, it was in the audio collage later.

He's doing a great job of tying all the segments of the show together: Talking about corrupt Councilman Big Jim Rennie in Under the Dome, then getting a call from corrupt Alderman Shorter. Then, he segues right into the Queen song, which fades into the Audio Collage, which refers back to the Under the Dome discussion.

It really is amazing.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Steve of Bloomington on September 13, 2013, 03:53:40 PM
My two suggestions for the collage are:

Jay Leno bombing.

[url]http://wikisend.com/download/453480/LenoCaseyAnthony.wav[/url] ([url]http://wikisend.com/download/453480/LenoCaseyAnthony.wav[/url])


Spike singing the National Anthem. I chopped them up into Spike's individual segments, as well as a long version of Spike and Tom duetting.

[url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/lw42xi[/url] ([url]http://www.sendspace.com/file/lw42xi[/url])


On that note one of my favorite Spike moments was when Tom got him to sing a Christmas Carol (Deck the Halls?) and Tom started speeding up and slowing down and then berated Spike for getting out of sync when 'I'm making some Christmas magic here. Heave ho!' No idea what show that was (aside from it being a December one)...
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: erg79 on September 13, 2013, 04:04:09 PM
Paul Stanley freaking out over the laser pointer guy and Jefferson Airplane's "White Rabbit" are two new clips I remember from this week.

The repetition of Ice Cube's "yeah-yay" was perfectly timed at that one point in Porcupine Pie.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: DadHasADD on September 13, 2013, 04:45:34 PM
Also:
the Beatles' "Mr. Moonlight"
A few other Ice Cube clips
Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody"
Jerry Seinfeld explaining his Barry Bee character for Bee Movie
I believe Yes's "Roundabout"
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: buffcoat on September 14, 2013, 11:22:10 AM
At the end of "Mr. Moonlight" is a sound effect by Tom.

This goes back to one of the funniest stories he's ever told. He went to a Beatles convention. A strange group of fans was hanging around; every once in awhile one would sing a song, and the group would all join in.

The room got quiet, one of the fans screwed up his courage and belted out "Misterrrrrrrrrrrr.... Moonlight!" and...  Well, I won't spoil it, but that's where the clip comes from.

I think it's this one: March 27, 2012: Tom went to another Beatles convention, and things got weird!

http://wfmu.org/flashplayer.php?version=2&show=44467&archive=76836 (http://wfmu.org/flashplayer.php?version=2&show=44467&archive=76836)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: justinmh05 on September 14, 2013, 12:04:41 PM
The isolated scream is from former Best Show theme 'Do It' by Rollins Bad.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: YuriDedman on September 15, 2013, 12:12:09 AM
At the end of "Mr. Moonlight" is a sound effect by Tom.

This goes back to one of the funniest stories he's ever told. He went to a Beatles convention. A strange group of fans was hanging around; every once in awhile one would sing a song, and the group would all join in.

The room got quiet, one of the fans screwed up his courage and belted out "Misterrrrrrrrrrrr.... Moonlight!" and...  Well, I won't spoil it, but that's where the clip comes from.

I think it's this one: March 27, 2012: Tom went to another Beatles convention, and things got weird!

[url]http://wfmu.org/flashplayer.php?version=2&show=44467&archive=76836[/url] ([url]http://wfmu.org/flashplayer.php?version=2&show=44467&archive=76836[/url])



It's from March 29, 2011

Beatlefest story begins at 2:42:00, with Mr. Moonlight incident starting at 2:53:50
http://wfmu.org/flashplayer.php?version=2&show=39752&archive=68062 (http://wfmu.org/flashplayer.php?version=2&show=39752&archive=68062)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Frank the Painter on September 15, 2013, 03:52:51 PM
I'm pretty sure that in the first or second version of the collage there is a clip of what sounds like Spike calling into a radio station about Heroes & Villains (the song trivia contest- I think his guess was Help Me Rhonda).
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: cavorting with nudists on September 15, 2013, 05:20:08 PM
I'm pretty sure that in the first or second version of the collage there is a clip of what sounds like Spike calling into a radio station about Heroes & Villains (the song trivia contest- I think his guess was Help Me Rhonda).

How the hell would Tom have found that??
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Frank the Painter on September 17, 2013, 01:11:03 PM
I actually assumed Spike sent it to him for some reason. Or maybe Spike frequently calls into that show and someone caught it.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: DadHasADD on September 17, 2013, 11:39:50 PM
This is what I was able to glean from tonight's, 9/17/2013, audio collage. I probably missed some stuff:

Frankie Teardrop
Andy Kindler’s Pigpen impression
Clip from “What About Bob?”
Chris Hardwick: “Are there nerds here tonight? Nerds!”
Kelsey Grammar falling/Fraiser theme song
“Sons of Anarchy” theme song
Clip discussing John Lennon’s Lost Weekend
Clip from horrible sitcom “Dads”
“Do you have puppy dogs?”
Ricky Gervais talking about “The Office” & “Derek”
“Loneliness” by the Carpenters
Yes’s “Roundabout”
The whispered “Bayonne”
Kelsey Grammar doing standup
Aerosmith’s “Dream On”
Ice Cube: “You think you colder than me?”, etc.
Ice Cube: “Yeah-Yey”
“Big boys don’t cry. Be quiet” (don't know source)
Chris Hardwick “nerds” montage
Steven Dorff eCig ad
Michael Richards apology from David Letterman Show
Dice quote montage
Call to 101.5: Doug in Dunellen; Tom’s crank call
Chuck Woolery catheter commercial
SPRING BREAAAAAAK
“One Day I’ll Fly Away” by Randy Crawford
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: buffcoat on September 18, 2013, 12:48:20 AM
I'm pretty sure that in the first or second version of the collage there is a clip of what sounds like Spike calling into a radio station about Heroes & Villains (the song trivia contest- I think his guess was Help Me Rhonda).

This is toward the end of the 8-20-13 collage. I don't think that's Spike. That's not his name, and the voice is directionally correct but not the same.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Shaggy 2 Grote on September 18, 2013, 03:17:48 AM
What's the violin bed music that was playing in between Porcupine Pie and Frankie Teardrop?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: placeholder on September 18, 2013, 09:19:46 AM
“Loneliness” by the Carpenters

It's "Superstar," son.  Sorry to be pedantic!

“Big boys don’t cry. Be quiet” (don't know source)

I think this is from "I'm Not in Love" by 10cc.

Man, this collage.  Good lord.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: gravy boat on September 18, 2013, 09:28:14 AM
“Loneliness” by the Carpenters

It's "Superstar," son.  Sorry to be pedantic!

“Big boys don’t cry. Be quiet” (don't know source)

I think this is from "I'm Not in Love" by 10cc.

Man, Tom's Comedy Jam! this collage.  Good lord.
Tom's Comedy Jam! is amazing.  Love it.  It does need to be an LP.  The "Good Lord" from Kelsey after he hits the deck gets me every time. 
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: DadHasADD on September 18, 2013, 09:40:46 AM
“Loneliness” by the Carpenters

It's "Superstar," son.  Sorry to be pedantic!

“Big boys don’t cry. Be quiet” (don't know source)

Sorry. I shouldn't have assumed, and I'm not exactly a Carpenters fan.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: fonpr on September 18, 2013, 10:09:27 AM
What's the violin bed music that was playing in between Porcupine Pie and Frankie Teardrop?
Haven't heard it yet, but, I suspect it's the cellos from Street Hassle by Lurid.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Steve of Bloomington on September 18, 2013, 10:39:17 AM
What's the violin bed music that was playing in between Porcupine Pie and Frankie Teardrop?
Haven't heard it yet, but, I suspect it's the cellos from Street Hassle by Lurid.

Lurid? The guy who sings 'Da ladies, dey rowed dey eyes?'
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: fonpr on September 18, 2013, 11:09:24 AM
What's the violin bed music that was playing in between Porcupine Pie and Frankie Teardrop?
Haven't heard it yet, but, I suspect it's the cellos from Street Hassle by Lurid.

Lurid? The guy who sings 'Da ladies, dey rowed dey eyes?'
Precisely!
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Sashamak on September 18, 2013, 11:54:34 AM
The John Lennon thing is from Hollywood Babylon.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on September 18, 2013, 02:57:26 PM

“One Day I’ll Fly Away” by Randy Crawford


I finally figured this out last night, with some crowd-sourcing help from twitter. I believe this has been at the tail end of all versions of the collage ... Perhaps signifying a dream of release from the hatepit/nightmare world.

Can't tell for sure, but I believe the rendition Tom is using is Nicole Kidman's from ... wait for it ... MOULIN ROUGE!! This is an extra added bonus for longtime Best Show fans:

 June 12, 2001: Tom Continues His Love Affair With Moulin Rouge, And Hot Rockin' Ronny Allegedly Breaks Glen Jones's Record.

 June 5, 2001: Tom Interviews "The Creature" From The Band POUT. Tom Also (Unknowingly) Begins His Love Affair With The Movie Moulin Rouge.

Amazing.

 Moulin Rouge - Fly Away (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4N7VK7vHwnw#)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on September 18, 2013, 03:01:46 PM
A new bit in last night's iteration: The relatively anarchic opening to a very non-anarchic song:

Huey Lewis & The News - I Want A New Drug (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZwQRCkKxNE#)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on September 18, 2013, 03:12:45 PM
Tom has stripped away the last vestiges of my early-90s delusions: Huey Lewis's News and Jane's Addiction are the same band. Or they may as well be.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: DadHasADD on September 18, 2013, 03:14:40 PM

“One Day I’ll Fly Away” by Randy Crawford

I finally figured this out last night, with some crowd-sourcing help from twitter. I believe this has been at the tail end of all versions of the collage ... Perhaps signifying a dream of release from the hatepit/nightmare world.

Can't tell for sure, but I believe the rendition Tom is using is Nicole Kidman's from ... wait for it ... MOULIN ROUGE!! This is an extra added bonus for longtime Best Show fans:

 June 12, 2001: Tom Continues His Love Affair With Moulin Rouge, And Hot Rockin' Ronny Allegedly Breaks Glen Jones's Record.

 June 5, 2001: Tom Interviews "The Creature" From The Band POUT. Tom Also (Unknowingly) Begins His Love Affair With The Movie Moulin Rouge.

Amazing.
It sounded like an older version, but the Moulin Rouge version makes more sense.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: placeholder on September 19, 2013, 02:06:17 PM
Y'know what'd be awesome?  If the "90-second piano guy/Italian version of 'Don't Dream It's Over'/drill" Italian-restaurant sound montage from 6/28/2011 eventually made it into Tom's Comedy Jam.

That and Tom doing his beatnik poem "Glutton" from the same episode.  "Ring Dings/Eatin' like a pig/Glutton/Yeaaaah/Hey you/Drive through/Loading up..."
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: justinmh05 on September 20, 2013, 09:12:57 AM
I still like Ricky Gervais overall because even his level of twitter idiocy cant wash out the brilliant old radio shows and The Office, but listening to that clip it's bizarre that someone famous for playing/creating the most oblivious fictional tools of all time has become one of the most oblivious real life tools in showbiz. Never seen such a respected comedy name go in the toilet faster.

It's crazy that he sort of became a version of David Brent - sublimely arrogant and clueless, and totally oblivious to how he's actually seen by most people.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: thom on September 22, 2013, 06:42:42 PM
I've only seen the first episode of Derek, but can someone explain why Gervais is so blind to... something? Is it that he went "full retard" and won't admit it?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Crusherkc on September 22, 2013, 07:31:24 PM
^
He got tons of awards and praise for the first two seasons of The Office and then his show b/c a huge thing in the States.  Plus having a hit podcast before people knew what podcasts were added to his Legend.  These things put the zap on his head and he's been coasting since on mediocrity and the humbleness of his more talented partner Stephen Merchant.  I don't think he was truly acting much in The Office, in retrospection.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on September 23, 2013, 07:45:29 AM
^
He got tons of awards and praise for the first two seasons of The Office and then his show b/c a huge thing in the States.  Plus having a hit podcast before people knew what podcasts were added to his Legend.  These things put the zap on his head and he's been coasting since on mediocrity and the humbleness of his more talented partner Stephen Merchant.  I don't think he was truly acting much in The Office, in retrospection.


I guess we'll find out this weekend when "Hey Ladies" premieres who the more talented one is, the trailers look like it will be funny.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: JesseFromVegas on September 23, 2013, 03:48:15 PM
How is it possible that there's nothing from VU's The Gift in the collage already?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on September 23, 2013, 04:50:48 PM
How is it possible that there's nothing from VU's The Gift in the collage already?

Hmm. Personally, I feel like "The Gift" is it's own, very specific audio collage world.

However, there's a specific guitar moment from "I heard her call my name" that's been discussed on the show. I think that one could be deployed to thrilling/horrifying effect.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: cavorting with nudists on September 23, 2013, 04:56:19 PM
I've said it before but I'll say it again:

VELLkomm tu dae MAEKschau!
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Epic Soundtracks on September 23, 2013, 07:55:49 PM
The video of the Kelsey Grammer fall is deeply satisfying
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on September 24, 2013, 06:56:49 AM
The Kelsey Grammer one has been over used way too much on shock jock radio shows, but it still makes me laugh.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: voivod on September 29, 2013, 05:56:20 AM
The Grammer one is timeless. I'd love to hear the drill sound from the Italian restaurant.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on September 29, 2013, 09:12:19 AM
Others that do the Grammer bit leave out the best part the last "shhh ohhh".
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on October 02, 2013, 01:59:20 AM
What was the funky second song that was directly after the Suicide song at the beginning.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Michael from Toronto on October 02, 2013, 09:51:16 AM
Black Sabbath-Hand of Doom
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Steve of Bloomington on October 02, 2013, 05:00:13 PM
That's funny, I was thinking that was pretty funky myself, and usually Black Sabbath is not associated with funky.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: roman on October 02, 2013, 05:48:59 PM
The Paul Stanley additions were strokes of genius
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: dutch on October 03, 2013, 02:06:53 PM
What's the "who likes to get high", "who likes alcohol" stage banter stuff?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: placeholder on October 03, 2013, 03:46:26 PM
It's Paul Stanley's in-concert intro to "Cold Gin."  You can hear one version of it here:

.

([url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtIWnKWTUrQ[/url])
What's the "who likes to get high", "who likes alcohol" stage banter stuff?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: roman on October 03, 2013, 05:32:42 PM
What's the "who likes to get high", "who likes alcohol" stage banter stuff?

It's from a collection of Paul Stanley stage banter that has been making the rounds.  So good...

https://soundcloud.com/christopher-armes/45-minutes-of-paul-stanley (https://soundcloud.com/christopher-armes/45-minutes-of-paul-stanley)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Carver on October 04, 2013, 01:05:06 AM
The Paul Stanley samples remind me of one of my favorite Best Show moments- when Tom compares Howard Dean's screaming to the stage antics of Cronos from Venom.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Machine Elf on October 04, 2013, 12:33:24 PM
I actually registered after prowling for a long time, JUST to correct you, son.

It IS loneliness not superstar! And do you know what pedantic means??


“Loneliness” by the Carpenters

It's "Superstar," son.  Sorry to be pedantic!

“Big boys don’t cry. Be quiet” (don't know source)

I think this is from "I'm Not in Love" by 10cc.

Man, this collage.  Good lord.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Machine Elf on October 04, 2013, 12:35:26 PM
I would be absolutely blown the hell away if that's not Stern. I am positive it is.

So no one has a clue as to the "sex slave" call?  I could be wrong on both counts but I think it is early Howard Stern and a young Scharpling.

That's definitely not Howard Stern. Howard had a much more nasally voice in the 80s.

I'm pretty sure - based only on the host's speech pattern - that it's W. Alan B. Colmes (of Hannity & Colmes fame) during his period as a shock jock on WABC in the 1980s.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on October 04, 2013, 12:42:32 PM
I would be absolutely blown the hell away if that's not Stern. I am positive it is.

So no one has a clue as to the "sex slave" call?  I could be wrong on both counts but I think it is early Howard Stern and a young Scharpling.

That's definitely not Howard Stern. Howard had a much more nasally voice in the 80s.

I'm pretty sure - based only on the host's speech pattern - that it's W. Alan B. Colmes (of Hannity & Colmes fame) during his period as a shock jock on WABC in the 1980s.







I am positive its Alan Colmes too.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: mostlymeat on October 04, 2013, 12:56:06 PM
I am kind of shocked that this is even a debate? EVERYONE should have this song memorized by now, it's a straight up superjam, SUPERSTAR by the Carpenters:

Carpenters - Superstar (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9Nm_0pC4FM#)

The 2nd verse:

"Loneliness is a such a sad affair
 And I can hardly wait to be with you again"

I actually registered after prowling for a long time, JUST to correct you, son.

It IS loneliness not superstar! And do you know what pedantic means??


“Loneliness” by the Carpenters


It's "Superstar," son.  Sorry to be pedantic!

“Big boys don’t cry. Be quiet” (don't know source)


I think this is from "I'm Not in Love" by 10cc.

Man, this collage.  Good lord.

Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: placeholder on October 04, 2013, 05:48:26 PM
I actually registered after prowling for a long time, JUST to correct you, son.

It IS loneliness not superstar! And do you know what pedantic means??

I do know what pedantic means.  And I know you're wrong about the Carpenters song.  It's "Superstar" and it's awesome.  See forum member mostlymeat's post above.

And I hope forum member DadHasADD knows I was joking when I called him "son."
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: fonpr on October 04, 2013, 06:24:00 PM
Machine Elf is now damaged goods.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Crusherkc on October 04, 2013, 09:55:18 PM
Machine Elf is now damaged goods.

Sounds like a line from an early 80s Star Wars knockoff.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Stummies on October 05, 2013, 04:13:07 AM
I came to the FOT forum looking specifically for an answer to this question. Thanks for this thread. Had to register just to ask...

What is the source of the guy saying something like "I wanna get it, you're gonna give it, gotta get it on a picnic..."? Sounds like something from a show call because I think I can hear people laughing in the background. Has this been ID'd yet? Thanks!
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: fonpr on October 05, 2013, 09:26:01 AM
Andy K doing his best Pigpen.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on October 05, 2013, 12:54:38 PM
I came to the FOT forum looking specifically for an answer to this question. Thanks for this thread. Had to register just to ask...

What is the source of the guy saying something like "I wanna get it, you're gonna give it, gotta get it on a picnic..."? Sounds like something from a show call because I think I can hear people laughing in the background. Has this been ID'd yet? Thanks!

Andy K doing his best Pigpen.

I'll be that nerd who goes ahead and gives a little more detail. The clip in question probably came from this show: "August 6, 2013: ANDY KINDLER talks Adam Carolla and Pigpen. AP Mike is Judas to Deadheads. Henry Rollins was on Jeff Garlin's podcast. Mike from Stonebridge checks in. Tom gets stuck in an elevator. Stephen from Chicago receives a peculiar letter. #AndrewWhoClay"

Pigpen is a long-deceased member of the Dead who AP Mike claims is the "first rapper". Comedian Andy Kindler likes to call the show, and him and Tom will often discuss how Tom goofs on some of Andy's favorite music. But even the most ardent of Deadheads agree that PigPen is wide-open for mockery.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: YuriDedman on October 05, 2013, 01:42:01 PM
Tom is goofing on these things? I thought he was playing all these Andrew Dice Clay, Stephen Dorff, Seth Green and Chris Hardwick clips because he was a fan.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: AllSussedOut on October 05, 2013, 03:14:56 PM
I believe he genuinely has a place in his heart for Dice, if only for that "Hour Back" bit that someone also planted in MY head years ago.  Dice is pretty plainly what he is, but there is something about the concept behind that album and that bit in particular that is just... wonderfully ridiculous in so many ways.  I think he loves Dice in the way that he loves Morton Downey Jr.  Or hates Dice in the same way he does Morton Downey Jr.  Whichever.

As for the rest of the bits... some are just funny (AP Mike), some he's making fun of (Kelsey's metier), some in-between... but perhaps it's better to analyze it less and simply enjoy.

Understand - I'm talking completely and totally to myself when I say that.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: MiddleBro on October 08, 2013, 08:21:03 PM
A fun, new, unexpected addition was some dialogue from that cult classic, Weekend At Bernie's, featuring the majority of the lines of a former child actor I know pretty well.


   -Zach
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: cavorting with nudists on October 08, 2013, 09:16:05 PM
As for the rest of the bits... some are just funny (AP Mike), some he's making fun of (Kelsey's metier), some in-between... but perhaps it's better to analyze it less and simply enjoy.

I'm sure that by posting this here I'm insuring that it will never happen, but I'm a little sad that "They killed the Giggler!" hasn't made an appearance yet.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: stepheninchicago on October 23, 2013, 01:54:03 PM
Last nights collage was such a masterpiece.

Was that Brother JC Crawford before the Keillor intro (Under the hand of doom break?)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: cameron on October 24, 2013, 06:45:58 PM
Marquee Moon!
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: erg79 on October 25, 2013, 12:36:48 AM
This week's was great, but the two times that "Porcupine Pie" has come up, I've had the song stuck in my head the rest of the day after hearing it.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: not that clay on October 25, 2013, 06:47:54 PM
I've been skipping over The Gift for so long (like, 25 years) that I forgot how heavy the music was.

Oh hey, I didn't know about this!

The Velvet Underground - The Gift ("Booker T." Instrumental) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Na2BBIOIffg#)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: cavorting with nudists on October 25, 2013, 08:57:53 PM
I've been skipping over The Gift for so long (like, 25 years) that I forgot how heavy the music was.

Oh hey, I didn't know about this!


So great.

"Now you can look at that band and wonder where
All that sound was coming from
With just 4 people there.

Twangy sounds of the cheapest types,
Sounds as stark as black and white stripes,
Bold and brash, sharp and rude,
Like the heats turned off
And you're low on food.
How in the world were they making that sound?
Velvet Underground."

--Jonathan Richman
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: not that clay on October 25, 2013, 11:42:35 PM
My parents got a vcr in 1984 (to record the olympics, of course). I was 12. I used to tape Letterman every night and watch it in the morning (I thought Letterman was great because I watched his morning show when I was little and thought his bit with the sea monkeys was hilarious). They ran this commercial a lot:

Lou Reed 1984 Honda ad (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45foWEjC8_s#)

It took me a while to figure out it was Lou Reed. Before that somehow I got it in my head it was the Moody Blues. I listened to a bunch of terrible albums trying to find the song from the commercial. Eventually I figured out it was Lou Reed (maybe I finally noticed the posters in the commercial?) and looked him up in the card catalog at the library. They had the "Rock and Roll Diary" double album compilation. I probably had that checked out all of 1985 and 1986. That's how I got into the Velvet Underground.  Thanks, Honda. (This feels like a Gregulator story. You're welcome, everybody.)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: not that clay on October 25, 2013, 11:43:45 PM
Oh yeah, I forgot to say that that other clip is The Gift minus vocals.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: cavorting with nudists on October 26, 2013, 12:03:04 AM
I'm pretty sure unless memory fails that the original stereo pressings of White Light/White Heat had the spoken word part of "The Gift" all the way over on one channel and the instrumental "Booker T" all the way on the other. So it was a simple matter for some genius to reproduce the instrumental on both channels and come up with a monster mono jam. Wow.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on October 26, 2013, 01:39:59 AM
I'm pretty sure unless memory fails that the original stereo pressings of White Light/White Heat had the spoken word part of "The Gift" all the way over on one channel and the instrumental "Booker T" all the way on the other. So it was a simple matter for some genius to reproduce the instrumental on both channels and come up with a monster mono jam. Wow.

The part with the isolated John Cale brought back some memories for me. When I was in college I roomed in a place with a bunch of stoners, and one of them was a really funny dude named Jim. People liked to hang out in Jim's room and listen to LPs. The experience was enhanced by sitting in the "energy dome" which was a vintage beauty store blow-dryer chair that Jim had trashpicked. There were a few weeks where one of the speakers on Jim's stereo was blown out. This had a pronounced effect on listening to records with gratuitous channel separation.

So I have a memory of listening to The Gift while sitting "under the dome". It was pretty much an isolated track of Cale's narration, with a very faint, almost subliminal hint of the left-channel instrumental. And all these years later, Tom has brought a facsimile of this experience to a larger dome of listernership(s).

(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BXerAq_CIAAaqKY.jpg:large)  (https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BXep92VCUAEt115.jpg)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: not that clay on October 26, 2013, 02:12:12 AM
I'm pretty sure unless memory fails that the original stereo pressings of White Light/White Heat had the spoken word part of "The Gift" all the way over on one channel and the instrumental "Booker T" all the way on the other. So it was a simple matter for some genius to reproduce the instrumental on both channels and come up with a monster mono jam. Wow.

That's what wikipedia says anyway.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: buffcoat on October 26, 2013, 04:18:45 PM
I thought this song was by Marky Mark?!0

Seriously, who *doesn't* want that version of New York back? Damn you, Guiliani!




My parents got a vcr in 1984 (to record the olympics, of course). I was 12. I used to tape Letterman every night and watch it in the morning (I thought Letterman was great because I watched his morning show when I was little and thought his bit with the sea monkeys was hilarious). They ran this commercial a lot:

Lou Reed 1984 Honda ad ([url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45foWEjC8_s#[/url])

It took me a while to figure out it was Lou Reed. Before that somehow I got it in my head it was the Moody Blues. I listened to a bunch of terrible albums trying to find the song from the commercial. Eventually I figured it was Lou Reed (maybe I finally noticed the posters in the commercial?) and looked him up in the card catalog at the library. The had the "Rock and Roll Diary" double album compilation. I probably had that checked out all of 1985 and 1986. That's how I got into the Velvet Underground.  Thanks, Honda. (This feels like a Gregulator story. You're welcome, everybody.)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: cavorting with nudists on October 26, 2013, 05:42:42 PM
I assume that was Tony Curtis talking about John Lennon. You know who I wonder about?  That guy backstage that Paul Stanley was talking to, who told him that a lot of the audience members like drinking vodka and orange juice. How did this person know this?  And are all of Paul Stanley's backstage conversations this fascinating?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: buffcoat on October 26, 2013, 06:31:26 PM
I assume that was Tony Curtis talking about John Lennon. You know who I wonder about?  That guy backstage that Paul Stanley was talking to, who told him that a lot of the audience members like drinking vodka and orange juice. How did this person know this?  And are all of Paul Stanley's backstage conversations this fascinating?


He seems to have this particular conversation a lot. Also, nearly every night he has a conversation with "a reporter from your local newspaper" about how KISS is all washed up.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Crusherkc on October 26, 2013, 10:14:49 PM
"I heard a lotta you PEOPLE out there like the taste of...mo-HEE-tos!" (cloppity-cloppity clop, clop-clop, cloppity-cloppity clop, clop-clop)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on October 27, 2013, 04:18:45 AM
What's the guitar riff that goes "Wha Woo"?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on October 27, 2013, 05:07:59 AM
What's the guitar riff that goes "Wha Woo"?

First few seconds of "I want a New Drug" by Huey Lewis and the News ... unless you're talking about a different part of the collage.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on October 27, 2013, 05:09:25 AM
What's the guitar riff that goes "Wha Woo"?

First few seconds of "I want a New Drug" by Huey Lewis and the News ... unless you're talking about a different part of the collage.


That was it!
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Bernard on October 29, 2013, 12:43:03 PM
I'm pretty sure unless memory fails that the original stereo pressings of White Light/White Heat had the spoken word part of "The Gift" all the way over on one channel and the instrumental "Booker T" all the way on the other.

That's true! A few months ago during the Invisible Man / Invisible Hipster monologue, I threw together 90 seconds of audio from the movie with the right channel of "The Gift." Maybe I should take the Invisible Hipster dialogue and put it on the left channel! When you have the instrument track isolated, the possibilities are endless!

Here's "The Gift" vs. "The Invisible Man" if you're interested:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/upueie46psp2p81/The%20Gift%20Vs%20The%20Invisible%20Man.mp3 (https://www.dropbox.com/s/upueie46psp2p81/The%20Gift%20Vs%20The%20Invisible%20Man.mp3)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on November 07, 2013, 03:00:39 AM
This week's version of the collage featured: "It's Over", by Roy Orbinson, and a very brief snippet of Freddie Mercury singing "goodbye, everybody", "Bohemian Rhapsody".

Also featured: The hushed scatting intro to Bowie's "Queen Bitch" ... ("Bowie was a great Velvet Underground fan and wrote the song in tribute to the band and Lou Reed" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_Bitch)):

 David Bowie - Queen Bitch (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5P63qGTm_g#)

And also AP mike's rendition of "Fish Heads" by Barnes & Barnes

 Fish Heads - Barnes and Barnes (1979) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTpUVAcvWfU#)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on November 07, 2013, 09:31:26 AM
I'm pretty sure unless memory fails that the original stereo pressings of White Light/White Heat had the spoken word part of "The Gift" all the way over on one channel and the instrumental "Booker T" all the way on the other. So it was a simple matter for some genius to reproduce the instrumental on both channels and come up with a monster mono jam. Wow.

The part with the isolated John Cale brought back some memories for me. When I was in college I roomed in a place with a bunch of stoners, and one of them was a really funny dude named Jim. People liked to hang out in Jim's room and listen to LPs. The experience was enhanced by sitting in the "energy dome" which was a vintage beauty store blow-dryer chair that Jim had trashpicked. There were a few weeks where one of the speakers on Jim's stereo was blown out. This had a pronounced effect on listening to records with gratuitous channel separation.

So I have a memory of listening to The Gift while sitting "under the dome". It was pretty much an isolated track of Cale's narration, with a very faint, almost subliminal hint of the left-channel instrumental. And all these years later, Tom has brought a facsimile of this experience to a larger dome of listernership(s).

(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BXerAq_CIAAaqKY.jpg:large)  (https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BXep92VCUAEt115.jpg)


Its like that on the Box set, too.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on November 07, 2013, 09:37:00 AM
Not sure if its been mentioned yet, but what is the clip with the British guy? Is that Steve Coogan?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: paul on November 07, 2013, 09:53:28 AM
which is better: the Collective Soul "Yeah!" or Smash Mouth "SOME-"?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on November 07, 2013, 10:23:27 AM
There was an angular rhythm guitar sample in ths week's collage that sounded like Gang of Four's "Not Great Men", but I'm not sure that's what it was.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on November 07, 2013, 01:21:37 PM
(http://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t55/davebucket68/keilor.jpg)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: SILVERBEARS on November 07, 2013, 09:56:38 PM
I am really disappointed. :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( 

On the 10/22/13 at 1:55:25  a dude called in and did this like crappy impersonation solo of Coheed and Cambria.  Tom said it would be in the audio collage but I haven't heard it yet.  It was hilarious and I would love to see it used.

Also he seems to have forgot about
"Hi I'm Dennis"
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Shaggy 2 Grote on November 08, 2013, 05:00:56 AM
I'm pretty sure unless memory fails that the original stereo pressings of White Light/White Heat had the spoken word part of "The Gift" all the way over on one channel and the instrumental "Booker T" all the way on the other.

That's true! A few months ago during the Invisible Man / Invisible Hipster monologue, I threw together 90 seconds of audio from the movie with the right channel of "The Gift." Maybe I should take the Invisible Hipster dialogue and put it on the left channel! When you have the instrument track isolated, the possibilities are endless!

Here's "The Gift" vs. "The Invisible Man" if you're interested:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/upueie46psp2p81/The%20Gift%20Vs%20The%20Invisible%20Man.mp3 (https://www.dropbox.com/s/upueie46psp2p81/The%20Gift%20Vs%20The%20Invisible%20Man.mp3)


This is cool.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on November 08, 2013, 07:50:07 AM
I'm pretty sure unless memory fails that the original stereo pressings of White Light/White Heat had the spoken word part of "The Gift" all the way over on one channel and the instrumental "Booker T" all the way on the other.

That's true! A few months ago during the Invisible Man / Invisible Hipster monologue, I threw together 90 seconds of audio from the movie with the right channel of "The Gift." Maybe I should take the Invisible Hipster dialogue and put it on the left channel! When you have the instrument track isolated, the possibilities are endless!

Here's "The Gift" vs. "The Invisible Man" if you're interested:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/upueie46psp2p81/The%20Gift%20Vs%20The%20Invisible%20Man.mp3 (https://www.dropbox.com/s/upueie46psp2p81/The%20Gift%20Vs%20The%20Invisible%20Man.mp3)


This is cool.

What's the invisible hipster?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Epic Soundtracks on November 08, 2013, 10:40:40 AM
What is that clip from a couple weeks ago, used a few times, of a kid throwing down on some grown-ups? Like Tom, I find kids fighting old people hilarious and need to know!
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: JesseFromVegas on November 08, 2013, 12:09:57 PM
What is that clip from a couple weeks ago, used a few times, of a kid throwing down on some grown-ups? Like Tom, I find kids fighting old people hilarious and need to know!

I believe you're referring to Jason Woliner's immortal star turn as "Bratty Kid" in the major motion picture Weekend At Bernie's 2
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: JesseFromVegas on November 08, 2013, 12:10:56 PM
I'm pretty sure unless memory fails that the original stereo pressings of White Light/White Heat had the spoken word part of "The Gift" all the way over on one channel and the instrumental "Booker T" all the way on the other.


That's true! A few months ago during the Invisible Man / Invisible Hipster monologue, I threw together 90 seconds of audio from the movie with the right channel of "The Gift." Maybe I should take the Invisible Hipster dialogue and put it on the left channel! When you have the instrument track isolated, the possibilities are endless!

Here's "The Gift" vs. "The Invisible Man" if you're interested:
[url]https://www.dropbox.com/s/upueie46psp2p81/The%20Gift%20Vs%20The%20Invisible%20Man.mp3[/url] ([url]https://www.dropbox.com/s/upueie46psp2p81/The%20Gift%20Vs%20The%20Invisible%20Man.mp3[/url])



This is cool.


What's the invisible hipster?


http://wfmu.org/flashplayer.php?version=2&show=50665&archive=87691 (http://wfmu.org/flashplayer.php?version=2&show=50665&archive=87691)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Treeclimber on November 08, 2013, 02:26:00 PM
I thought I heard a little bit of the riff of NIB by Black Sabbath during Queen Bitch.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on November 08, 2013, 02:38:09 PM
I thought I heard a little bit of the riff of NIB by Black Sabbath during Queen Bitch.

It's  "Hand of Doom" ... Tom's used it in more recent versions of the collage.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on November 09, 2013, 08:41:55 AM
I'm pretty sure unless memory fails that the original stereo pressings of White Light/White Heat had the spoken word part of "The Gift" all the way over on one channel and the instrumental "Booker T" all the way on the other.


That's true! A few months ago during the Invisible Man / Invisible Hipster monologue, I threw together 90 seconds of audio from the movie with the right channel of "The Gift." Maybe I should take the Invisible Hipster dialogue and put it on the left channel! When you have the instrument track isolated, the possibilities are endless!

Here's "The Gift" vs. "The Invisible Man" if you're interested:
[url]https://www.dropbox.com/s/upueie46psp2p81/The%20Gift%20Vs%20The%20Invisible%20Man.mp3[/url] ([url]https://www.dropbox.com/s/upueie46psp2p81/The%20Gift%20Vs%20The%20Invisible%20Man.mp3[/url])



This is cool.


What's the invisible hipster?


[url]http://wfmu.org/flashplayer.php?version=2&show=50665&archive=87691[/url] ([url]http://wfmu.org/flashplayer.php?version=2&show=50665&archive=87691[/url])



I must have forgotten about that.

Did anybody ever figure out who the British guy was?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Crusherkc on November 09, 2013, 12:40:55 PM
^
Are you talking about Ricky Gervais?  "I always throw in a bit o' pathos"
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on November 10, 2013, 07:22:51 AM
^
Are you talking about Ricky Gervais?  "I always throw in a bit o' pathos"


No, its the other one where the guy sounds irritated and says "there's not a soggy patch on there".
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: narwhale on November 10, 2013, 04:38:27 PM
^
Are you talking about Ricky Gervais?  "I always throw in a bit o' pathos"


No, its the other one where the guy sounds irritated and says "there's not a soggy patch on there".

Gordon Ramsay from Kitchen Nightmares or Hell's Kitchen.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Tom Scharpling on November 10, 2013, 07:53:55 PM
I am really disappointed. :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( 

On the 10/22/13 at 1:55:25  a dude called in and did this like crappy impersonation solo of Coheed and Cambria.  Tom said it would be in the audio collage but I haven't heard it yet.  It was hilarious and I would love to see it used.



Can someone pull this for me as an mp3? It would help me a lot and I don't want this dude disappointed in me.

Thanks!


Tom.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Carver on November 12, 2013, 12:54:28 AM
I am really disappointed. :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( 

On the 10/22/13 at 1:55:25  a dude called in and did this like crappy impersonation solo of Coheed and Cambria.  Tom said it would be in the audio collage but I haven't heard it yet.  It was hilarious and I would love to see it used.



Can someone pull this for me as an mp3? It would help me a lot and I don't want this dude disappointed in me.

Thanks!


Tom.

https://app.box.com/s/steosuisejq8is0sldvv
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: csgersbeck on November 13, 2013, 01:23:35 PM
It made it to last night's collage! Good work!
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: heliumsocket on November 13, 2013, 02:38:02 PM
Was that Longmont Potion Castle? The section with the two guys on the phone talking about Pink Floyd
concerts?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: tbennett on November 13, 2013, 05:54:20 PM
Was that Longmont Potion Castle? The section with the two guys on the phone talking about Pink Floyd
concerts?

I was wondering that too.  It sounds like the same conversation sampled on a black lips record, Arabian Mountain (?)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: BadGuyZero on November 14, 2013, 12:59:02 PM
Was that Longmont Potion Castle? The section with the two guys on the phone talking about Pink Floyd
concerts?

It's a phone conversation between two guys named Derek and Kurt. Kurt made and recorded the call during which he knew just the right questions to ask to get Derek to say some of the greatest things I've ever heard. Based on references made I've been able to determine that the call is from 1993. I first heard it sometime in the late 90s/early 00s. The call was the equivalent of "Rock, Rot & Rule" among touring metal bands of that time.

The entire call is nearly 45 minutes. I cut it up into individual tracks as there are a few times that Derek puts Kurt on hold for a couple of minutes. I uploaded the call to my Google Drive. Have at it!

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0Bw-_rbWKUrXSZnd0T1pxbVlpLTQ&usp=sharing (https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0Bw-_rbWKUrXSZnd0T1pxbVlpLTQ&usp=sharing)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: hammytimes on November 14, 2013, 03:01:05 PM
Was happy to hear the metal guys! That's an old classic. Here's a Soundcloud url, too: https://soundcloud.com/nbzmbni/a-conversation-between-two
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on November 14, 2013, 03:41:38 PM
It's a phone conversation between two guys named Derek and Kurt. Kurt made and recorded the call during which he knew just the right questions to ask to get Derek to say some of the greatest things I've ever heard. ... I cut it up into individual tracks as there are a few times that Derek puts Kurt on hold for a couple of minutes. I uploaded the call to my Google Drive. Have at it!


Was happy to hear the metal guys! That's an old classic. Here's a Soundcloud url, too: [url]https://soundcloud.com/nbzmbni/a-conversation-between-two[/url] ([url]https://soundcloud.com/nbzmbni/a-conversation-between-two[/url])


Thanks, Dudes!  The last few days I was going crazy trying to remember exactly which piece of awesome 70s tuneage was mixed in with those calls. I was pretty sure it was Paul Rodgers and Free, and I finally figured out what song it was today ... according to the YouTubes this is an "alternate heavy version". And I now remember that I know this version from Tom playing it a few years back. Enjoy and ROCK OUT!!

Free - Trouble on double time (alt. heavy version) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8g0Fs22TXg#)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on November 15, 2013, 10:24:50 AM
Was that Longmont Potion Castle? The section with the two guys on the phone talking about Pink Floyd
concerts?

It's a phone conversation between two guys named Derek and Kurt. Kurt made and recorded the call during which he knew just the right questions to ask to get Derek to say some of the greatest things I've ever heard. Based on references made I've been able to determine that the call is from 1993. I first heard it sometime in the late 90s/early 00s. The call was the equivalent of "Rock, Rot & Rule" among touring metal bands of that time.

The entire call is nearly 45 minutes. I cut it up into individual tracks as there are a few times that Derek puts Kurt on hold for a couple of minutes. I uploaded the call to my Google Drive. Have at it!

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0Bw-_rbWKUrXSZnd0T1pxbVlpLTQ&usp=sharing (https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0Bw-_rbWKUrXSZnd0T1pxbVlpLTQ&usp=sharing)


Ive never heard of this before, it kind of reminds me of Earls and Jensen.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: erg79 on November 15, 2013, 10:47:31 AM
Was that Longmont Potion Castle? The section with the two guys on the phone talking about Pink Floyd
concerts?

It's a phone conversation between two guys named Derek and Kurt. Kurt made and recorded the call during which he knew just the right questions to ask to get Derek to say some of the greatest things I've ever heard. Based on references made I've been able to determine that the call is from 1993. I first heard it sometime in the late 90s/early 00s. The call was the equivalent of "Rock, Rot & Rule" among touring metal bands of that time.

The entire call is nearly 45 minutes. I cut it up into individual tracks as there are a few times that Derek puts Kurt on hold for a couple of minutes. I uploaded the call to my Google Drive. Have at it!

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0Bw-_rbWKUrXSZnd0T1pxbVlpLTQ&usp=sharing (https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0Bw-_rbWKUrXSZnd0T1pxbVlpLTQ&usp=sharing)

Thanks! I wanted to find out more about this also. Based on them talking about the Glass House and "down in Irvine," I know they must have been some rockin' SoCal dudes.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: SILVERBEARS on November 16, 2013, 02:24:31 AM
Sorry Tom.
I'm never disappointing in You!!
You are the best!  I just thought that was hilarious...  Coheed Guy...
Thank You :) :)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on November 16, 2013, 05:42:11 PM
Sorry Tom.
I'm never disappointing in You!!
You are the best!  I just thought that was hilarious...  Coheed Guy...
Thank You :) :)

Hey coheed guy ... what's the name of the song you were singing/trying to sing.

Thanks,

daveB the audio collage obsessive.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on November 17, 2013, 04:47:48 AM
Who was that going "Oh yeah"?

What was the orchestral part ive heard that somewhere before?

What was the rock part that played after the nerds bit when Mike is doing his "Hi im Dennis" right before the end?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: tbennett on November 17, 2013, 10:05:28 AM
The 'oh yeah' was from the frogs 'someone's pinning me to the ground'
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on November 17, 2013, 04:40:56 PM


What was the orchestral part ive heard that somewhere before?

What was the rock part that played after the nerds bit when Mike is doing his "Hi im Dennis" right before the end?

I think you're referring to the super-phased violin loop from ELO's "Evil Woman"

Rock part after the "Nerds" bit: "Ohm" by Yo La Tengo (I got some help from my SoundHound app for that one).

Also in the latest iteration of the collage: Another ELO song, "Don't Bring Me Down". That song's four-on-the-floor beat is mixed in with a sort of industrial sounding click-track. Anywhere know where that beat is from? The part that's combined with "Don't Bring Me Down"?

Also in the recent collage: The synth bass part from Frankie Goes to Hollywood's "Relax" combined with the spooky pre-song rumblings of Pink Floyd's "Welcome to the Machine". The spooky Floyd rumble returns towards the end to underscore Roy Orbison's "It's Over"  :(
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on November 17, 2013, 04:46:35 PM
Sorry Tom.
I'm never disappointing in You!!
You are the best!  I just thought that was hilarious...  Coheed Guy...
Thank You :) :)


Hey coheed guy ... what's the name of the song you were singing/trying to sing.

Thanks,

daveB the audio collage obsessive.


Oh okay, I re-listened to that part and heard you saying the song is called "Welcome Home". Yep. That's the riff that you and tom were singing:

Coheed and Cambria - Welcome Home (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0H3RlaQVrM#)

What's up with the fake blood? That's kinda gross, Coheed and Cambria.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on November 17, 2013, 04:56:07 PM
Clearly, coheed and cambria are familiar with zeppelin. "Kashmir" stomp? Check. Double-neck guitar? check. Mystical runes? check. I mean those runes at the end of the vid are almost same as the Zoso Runes.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: dicebourbon on November 18, 2013, 05:20:25 AM
I loved the return of the ghost sound effect (used in my favorite GOMP) and the addition of "Ohm", a song I am obsessed with.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on November 18, 2013, 08:09:54 AM


What was the orchestral part ive heard that somewhere before?

What was the rock part that played after the nerds bit when Mike is doing his "Hi im Dennis" right before the end?

I think you're referring to the super-phased violin loop from ELO's "Evil Woman"

Rock part after the "Nerds" bit: "Ohm" by Yo La Tengo (I got some help from my SoundHound app for that one).

Also in the latest iteration of the collage: Another ELO song, "Don't Bring Me Down". That song's four-on-the-floor beat is mixed in with a sort of industrial sounding click-track. Anywhere know where that beat is from? The part that's combined with "Don't Bring Me Down"?

Also in the recent collage: The synth bass part from Frankie Goes to Hollywood's "Relax" combined with the spooky pre-song rumblings of Pink Floyd's "Welcome to the Machine". The spooky Floyd rumble returns towards the end to underscore Roy Orbison's "It's Over"  :(

Thanks! I thought i recognized the violin loop from somewhere.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on November 18, 2013, 02:01:48 PM
Tom should throw in some of those people that call at the end of Sound Opinions.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: dicebourbon on November 18, 2013, 03:00:47 PM
I don't think this has been noted in the thread yet - the howling sound from a few of the collages (first heard October 22) is from MC5's "Borderline", here at 2:03: MC5-"Borderline" from "Kick Out the Jams" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFQ2bQI-V1k&feature=youtu.be&t=2m3s#)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: nec13 on November 20, 2013, 12:29:17 AM
King Crimson "Larks' Tongues In Aspic, Part One" (Part 1) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWybTnWN09c#)

Starts at around 3:46
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: VealCutlet on November 20, 2013, 09:09:00 AM
King Crimson "Larks' Tongues In Aspic, Part One" (Part 1) ([url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWybTnWN09c#[/url])

Starts at around 3:46


This was the winner!
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Crusherkc on November 20, 2013, 01:41:02 PM
I want to hear the little squeak Billy Joel's keytarist makes when his master kicks off of him.  Weeweeeweewee
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on November 22, 2013, 05:18:23 AM
Tom and Opie and Anthony must get their clips from the same place, first the "Kelsey Grammer" clip and  now the "Diablo Sandwich" clip.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: fletcher munson on November 24, 2013, 06:35:22 PM
I've never seen Breaking Bad but that clanging bell really freaks me out...who know Tom was the Garden State Stockhausen?
Stockhausen? Hmmm, I was thinking more Parmigiani
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Epic Soundtracks on November 24, 2013, 07:35:37 PM
I've never seen Breaking Bad but that clanging bell really freaks me out...who know Tom was the Garden State Stockhausen?
Stockhausen? Hmmm, I was thinking more Parmigiani

Yeah, I was going for name recognition but knew Stockhausen wasn't the perfect fit.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: fonpr on November 24, 2013, 08:31:55 PM

Stockhausen? Hmmm, I was thinking more Parmigiani
I aprove of these references..
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on November 25, 2013, 07:43:53 AM
I fully expect a "Does anybody remember laughter" at some point before the show ends.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Steve of Bloomington on November 25, 2013, 11:25:02 AM
I fully expect a "Does anybody remember laughter" at some point before the show ends.


http://dangerousminds.net/comments/robert_plant_is_still_embarrassed_about_his_does_anybody_remember_laughter (http://dangerousminds.net/comments/robert_plant_is_still_embarrassed_about_his_does_anybody_remember_laughter)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on November 25, 2013, 01:44:12 PM
I fully expect a "Does anybody remember laughter" at some point before the show ends.


[url]http://dangerousminds.net/comments/robert_plant_is_still_embarrassed_about_his_does_anybody_remember_laughter[/url] ([url]http://dangerousminds.net/comments/robert_plant_is_still_embarrassed_about_his_does_anybody_remember_laughter[/url])


If Tom has access to any Zep bootlegs, there's lots of stoned Plant babble to choose from. That's just the most famous example.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: fletcher munson on November 25, 2013, 10:12:15 PM
I've never seen Breaking Bad but that clanging bell really freaks me out...who know Tom was the Garden State Stockhausen?

Stockhausen? Hmmm, I was thinking more Parmigiani

Yeah, I was going for name recognition but knew Stockhausen wasn't the perfect fit.

Yeah, Parmegiani isn't either, really.  Tom's incomparable pieces are in a class by themselves.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Benevenstanciano on November 26, 2013, 02:59:39 AM
My dream for the last sound collage is that he includes that bit from "Marquee Moon" but let's it play to that really pretty, shimmering part just after that (sorry, awful at describing specific moments in music). But that moment has always been so heavenly to me, and it has such an air of finality to it.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on November 26, 2013, 07:58:00 AM
I fully expect a "Does anybody remember laughter" at some point before the show ends.


[url]http://dangerousminds.net/comments/robert_plant_is_still_embarrassed_about_his_does_anybody_remember_laughter[/url] ([url]http://dangerousminds.net/comments/robert_plant_is_still_embarrassed_about_his_does_anybody_remember_laughter[/url])


If Tom has access to any Zep bootlegs, there's lots of stoned Plant babble to choose from. That's just the most famous example.


I would love to hear more Plant rambling moments.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: MiddleBro on November 27, 2013, 08:12:24 PM
What is that clip from a couple weeks ago, used a few times, of a kid throwing down on some grown-ups? Like Tom, I find kids fighting old people hilarious and need to know!

I believe you're referring to Jason Woliner's immortal star turn as "Bratty Kid" in the major motion picture Weekend At Bernie's 2

It's actually from the original cult classic.  Let's not talk about the sequel.


   -Zach
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Pete dC on November 30, 2013, 06:53:25 PM
wow, thanks for sharing that upload! much appreciated.

Was that Longmont Potion Castle? The section with the two guys on the phone talking about Pink Floyd
concerts?

It's a phone conversation between two guys named Derek and Kurt. Kurt made and recorded the call during which he knew just the right questions to ask to get Derek to say some of the greatest things I've ever heard. Based on references made I've been able to determine that the call is from 1993. I first heard it sometime in the late 90s/early 00s. The call was the equivalent of "Rock, Rot & Rule" among touring metal bands of that time.

The entire call is nearly 45 minutes. I cut it up into individual tracks as there are a few times that Derek puts Kurt on hold for a couple of minutes. I uploaded the call to my Google Drive. Have at it!

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0Bw-_rbWKUrXSZnd0T1pxbVlpLTQ&usp=sharing (https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0Bw-_rbWKUrXSZnd0T1pxbVlpLTQ&usp=sharing)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on December 01, 2013, 12:57:17 AM
Who is that singing Ticket to Paradise?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: BadGuyZero on December 01, 2013, 01:08:55 AM
Who is that singing Ticket to Paradise?

Eddie Money

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWTgwvh4v1w (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWTgwvh4v1w)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on December 01, 2013, 01:10:37 AM
Who is that singing Ticket to Paradise?

Eddie Money

Isolated vocals or something?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on December 01, 2013, 07:10:46 AM
I wish Tom would add this clip of Dylan asking these kids if they like "The" Ozzy or "The" Ratt to the sound collage.


http://youtu.be/cntGcbU3nM8 (http://youtu.be/cntGcbU3nM8)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Steve of Bloomington on December 02, 2013, 10:45:23 AM
Speaking of isolated vocals, the isolated vocal track of 'Runnin' With The Devil' by Van Halen is good for some laughs. Of course we leave the call to include/exclude to Tom...

Similarly w/ a little digging there are a lot of a capella tracks for Hip Hop classics floating around.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: gluvox on December 02, 2013, 04:24:07 PM
I can't find if this was mentioned but what the hell is the context of "Do you have puppy dogs?"
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: John Junk on December 02, 2013, 06:58:47 PM
My dad's neighbor Fran has made blueberry dump cake for years.  It's her specialty.  I'm not a big fan of dump cake.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: erg79 on December 02, 2013, 07:13:38 PM
I can't find if this was mentioned but what the hell is the context of "Do you have puppy dogs?"


It's from the AP Mike Appreciation Night show earlier this year: http://wfmu.org/flashplayer.php?version=2&show=49231&archive=85088 (http://wfmu.org/flashplayer.php?version=2&show=49231&archive=85088) (from around 32 minutes in)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: stairwaytoevan on December 10, 2013, 04:51:46 AM
I don't think this one has been mentioned yet. The backwards keyboard/synthy loop towards the end of the collage has been driving me crazy. Kinda sounds like a 50's sci-fi movie soundtrack...
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: icepants on December 20, 2013, 01:33:47 PM
I don't think this one has been mentioned yet. The backwards keyboard/synthy loop towards the end of the collage has been driving me crazy. Kinda sounds like a 50's sci-fi movie soundtrack...
Is that the ELO sample mentioned previously?  from Evil woman.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: erg79 on December 20, 2013, 02:01:13 PM
2:41 in here: Electric Light Orchestra- Evil Woman (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R20f-TPKjzc#)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Steve of Bloomington on December 20, 2013, 04:18:40 PM
2:41 in here: Electric Light Orchestra- Evil Woman ([url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R20f-TPKjzc#[/url])


Very nice, I was wondering where that creepy sound was coming from. I heard that song hundreds of times as a kid but didn't make the connection.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on December 21, 2013, 02:28:29 AM
2:41 in here: Electric Light Orchestra- Evil Woman ([url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R20f-TPKjzc#[/url])


Very nice, I was wondering where that creepy sound was coming from. I heard that song hundreds of times as a kid but didn't make the connection.


I was shopping in Trader Joe's a few days ago and "Evil Woman" came on the store's sound system ... I started getting unreasonably excited for THAT PART of the song to happen. And when it did I had to hold myself back from tapping the shoulders of people ahead of me in line to tell them about it.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Epic Soundtracks on December 30, 2013, 01:34:44 PM
Maybe this was answered in another thread but where does the laughing fit in the final sound collage come from? Triggered by Mike saying "chicken quesadilla" and sounds like PFT laughing too?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: justinmh05 on December 30, 2013, 01:59:10 PM
Maybe this was answered in another thread but where does the laughing fit in the final sound collage come from? Triggered by Mike saying "chicken quesadilla" and sounds like PFT laughing too?

The PFT laughing jag is from the classic Juggalo segment - July 21, 2009.

Mike's chicken quesadilla line comes from a different episode entirely - although I'm not sure of the date.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Epic Soundtracks on December 30, 2013, 04:30:11 PM
Maybe this was answered in another thread but where does the laughing fit in the final sound collage come from? Triggered by Mike saying "chicken quesadilla" and sounds like PFT laughing too?

The PFT laughing jag is from the classic Juggalo segment - July 21, 2009.

Mike's chicken quesadilla line comes from a different episode entirely - although I'm not sure of the date.

thanks, I appreciate it
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: HipGuide on January 15, 2014, 09:25:46 PM
Is there a Youtube clip of the Eagles guy saying all of his hits?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on January 16, 2014, 12:26:45 AM
Is there a Youtube clip of the Eagles guy saying all of his hits?


It might be a part of that Eagles doc that ran on cable last year.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Epic Soundtracks on January 16, 2014, 03:59:11 AM
I wish there was some kind of annotated sound cloud thing-y where as each collage plays little notes pop up detailing the source as it starts
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on January 16, 2014, 06:40:48 PM
I wish there was some kind of annotated sound cloud thing-y where as each collage plays little notes pop up detailing the source as it starts


That sounds like a great VH1 show.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Bull Shannon on January 16, 2014, 07:32:23 PM
In the final collage, there was a clip from a S&W call where John is telling Tom to kill someone, or else a bear will come in and eat him or something. It sounded different from most S&W calls I've heard. Anyone know when it's from?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Epic Soundtracks on January 16, 2014, 07:36:55 PM
In the final collage, there was a clip from a S&W call where John is telling Tom to kill someone, or else a bear will come in and eat him or something. It sounded different from most S&W calls I've heard. Anyone know when it's from?

This is what I mean...some insane person must want to do a full cataloguing of the collages, right? C'mon!
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: fonpr on January 16, 2014, 09:14:52 PM
Go look in the mirror.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: HipGuide on January 16, 2014, 10:09:29 PM
Is there a Youtube clip of the Eagles guy saying all of his hits?


It might be a part of that Eagles doc that ran on cable last year.

I know. I'm wondering if the doc and/or clip is on Youtube.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: buffcoat on January 16, 2014, 10:57:09 PM
In the final collage, there was a clip from a S&W call where John is telling Tom to kill someone, or else a bear will come in and eat him or something. It sounded different from most S&W calls I've heard. Anyone know when it's from?


It's from "Gregor McWilliams, Relaxation Guru," the JW call from 1-3-2006, near the end of the call.

Omar recaps it here (SPOILERS - listen to the call first):

http://friendsoftom.com/forum/index.php/topic,7990.msg188492.html#msg188492 (http://friendsoftom.com/forum/index.php/topic,7990.msg188492.html#msg188492)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: mark b on January 21, 2014, 09:13:53 PM
What's the piece where a guy is talking about seeing David Gilmour and Ritchie Blackmore play live?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: daveB from Oakland on January 28, 2014, 03:10:16 PM
What's the piece where a guy is talking about seeing David Gilmour and Ritchie Blackmore play live?


http://www.friendsoftom.com/forum/index.php?topic=9371.msg203490#msg203490 (http://www.friendsoftom.com/forum/index.php?topic=9371.msg203490#msg203490)

http://www.friendsoftom.com/forum/index.php?topic=9371.msg203496#msg203496 (http://www.friendsoftom.com/forum/index.php?topic=9371.msg203496#msg203496)


Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: buffcoat on October 22, 2014, 03:35:48 PM
In the newest version of the collage, where's the squealy laughter from? The guy says "eyes on the prize" right before it and "that is hilarious" right after it. It's at about 10:21 of the current version.

Somewhere else in this thread some laughter was attributed to PFT, but that doesn't sound like it to me.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: justinmh05 on October 22, 2014, 03:42:47 PM
In the newest version of the collage, where's the squealy laughter from? The guy says "eyes on the prize" right before it and "that is hilarious" right after it. It's at about 10:21 of the current version.

Somewhere else in this thread some laughter was attributed to PFT, but that doesn't sound like it to me.

The PFT laughter was only in the montage that aired on 12/17/2013.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: buffcoat on October 22, 2014, 04:27:13 PM
So where does it come from?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: justinmh05 on October 22, 2014, 06:23:01 PM
So where does it come from?

The PFT laughter? I'm pretty sure it's from the Gathering of the Juggalos discussion on July 21, 2009.

If you mean the other laugh in the new Sound Collage, I have no idea.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: cordobafett on October 22, 2014, 06:48:44 PM
Pretty sure that laughing is Pete Holmes
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: AllSussedOut on October 22, 2014, 07:05:25 PM
(and Nick Kroll telling him how terrible the sound is)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: The Gentleman Gh0st on October 22, 2014, 09:05:34 PM
LAZER ACCURACY
*jumps off bridge*
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: buffcoat on October 23, 2014, 11:41:04 AM
Pretty sure that laughing is Pete Holmes

Never heard of him.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: jesseeelsener on October 26, 2014, 02:57:17 PM
Is there a Youtube clip of the Eagles guy saying all of his hits?


It might be a part of that Eagles doc that ran on cable last year.

I know. I'm wondering if the doc and/or clip is on Youtube.

Here it is! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17VvccJpP4I (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17VvccJpP4I)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: D.JGeorge on October 31, 2014, 04:22:28 AM
Are there any MP3s of each collage?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: jesseeelsener on October 31, 2014, 08:39:37 AM
Are there any MP3s of each collage?

Every one is on YouTube. Some great person took the time to make a video for all 15 of them. I believe the YouTube user is "anendlesssupply"  http://youtu.be/wy88i01AGpU (http://youtu.be/wy88i01AGpU)
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: D.JGeorge on October 31, 2014, 03:36:21 PM
thanks I foolishly searched for it on youtube after the fact lol thanks again tho.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: rpm1200 on January 16, 2015, 12:05:04 PM
I wish there was some kind of annotated sound cloud thing-y where as each collage plays little notes pop up detailing the source as it starts

I shall take the bait on this one. Here's the collage from the Christmas Eve Eve show:

https://soundcloud.com/rpm1200/thebestshownet-collage-1

I'm commenting as much as I can based on this thread but if anyone wants to jump in and comment some more that would be great.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Hearts of Steele on January 18, 2015, 10:23:20 AM
“Loneliness” by the Carpenters

It's "Superstar," son.  Sorry to be pedantic!

“Big boys don’t cry. Be quiet” (don't know source)

I think this is from "I'm Not in Love" by 10cc.

Man, this collage.  Good lord.
The synth wash intro from "I'm Not In Love" is usually included around the heartbeat section, too.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: jesseeelsener on October 23, 2015, 07:35:05 AM
"Killing in the Name Of"-Rage Against The Machine and "How Soon is Now" by The Smiths were pretty great newcomers to the collage this week. I believe Tony Sopranos ringer also popped in.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: RReynolds on October 23, 2015, 02:12:21 PM
The singing of the Stroke 9 song fit in so perfectly. The Rage/Smiths/Joe Rogan breathing was mesmerizing.
 
"I put myself in a state... Chalk it up."
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: erg79 on October 23, 2015, 06:51:04 PM
That was Joe Rogan? I was wondering what that was from. Have a link to the source video?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Krokodil_Gena on October 24, 2015, 04:03:49 PM

Dinging bell is from Breaking Bad when nursing home blows up?


No, from when we first meet the old man in that safehouse in the desert, or that time he went to the DEA.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: cowboydan on October 24, 2015, 09:36:22 PM
Pretty sure that laughing is Pete Holmes

EYES ON THE PRIZE
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: RReynolds on October 25, 2015, 03:36:37 PM
That was Joe Rogan? I was wondering what that was from. Have a link to the source video?

From his kettle bell infomercial. I'm ashamed of the speed in which I recognized him. https://youtu.be/ni-gh2L3pfY?t=5m55s
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Epic Soundtracks on October 25, 2015, 07:31:05 PM
I wish there was some kind of annotated sound cloud thing-y where as each collage plays little notes pop up detailing the source as it starts

I shall take the bait on this one. Here's the collage from the Christmas Eve Eve show:

https://soundcloud.com/rpm1200/thebestshownet-collage-1

I'm commenting as much as I can based on this thread but if anyone wants to jump in and comment some more that would be great.

Hey RPM, never noticed you did this! Thanks! I listened to the first few minutes and didn't see any tags pop up. Are we supposed to supply the IDs in the comments section? I thought as the samples came up there would be IDs but maybe that's where we come in!



Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: rpm1200 on October 27, 2015, 10:41:03 AM
I wish there was some kind of annotated sound cloud thing-y where as each collage plays little notes pop up detailing the source as it starts

I shall take the bait on this one. Here's the collage from the Christmas Eve Eve show:

https://soundcloud.com/rpm1200/thebestshownet-collage-1

I'm commenting as much as I can based on this thread but if anyone wants to jump in and comment some more that would be great.

Hey RPM, never noticed you did this! Thanks! I listened to the first few minutes and didn't see any tags pop up. Are we supposed to supply the IDs in the comments section? I thought as the samples came up there would be IDs but maybe that's where we come in!

Aaargh! I had a lot of comments in there and they are all gone now! Sometimes when I load the soundcloud page it says "20 comments" and other times "0 comments" but I don't see the actual comments anymore. If I go to my notifications they are all there but no-one but me can see that. Computers suck.

But anyway, that is how it's supposed to work, you are supposed to be able to see the comments on the timeline and they will also pop up as the clip plays.

I like how Tom put some hip hop into the collage before the most recent one. Assuming that's an answer to the caller who claimed he never plays hip hop anymore. I recognized "Microphone Fiend" by Eric B and Rakim but could not ID the beat boxing tracks.

I hope Tom finds all his lost soundboards. Computers suck.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: rpm1200 on November 05, 2015, 10:02:57 AM
Try coming in from: https://soundcloud.com/tags/billyjoelsucks

And click back and forth between the track and the hashtags. I got the comments to show up once or twice doing that. They still don't show up on the timeline or pop up as they should but it's something. I tried asking soundcloud for support but no reply.

In the 9/29 sound collage, who is singing Take Me Out To The Ballgame and talking about the musical Damn Yankees?
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: rpm1200 on November 17, 2015, 04:56:49 PM
Hey can someone please add a comment to the Soundcloud track? Their tech support says all the comments will come back if someone other than me makes a comment.
Thanks!

https://soundcloud.com/rpm1200/thebestshownet-collage-1
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: rpm1200 on November 18, 2015, 08:29:56 AM
Thank you Lazerworth, that brought back the comments!
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: thejamootz on November 25, 2015, 09:17:51 PM
In the 9/29 sound collage, who is singing Take Me Out To The Ballgame and talking about the musical Damn Yankees?
Pretty sure that's Bob Dylan.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Joe Rogaine on November 26, 2015, 02:43:11 AM
In the 9/29 sound collage, who is singing Take Me Out To The Ballgame and talking about the musical Damn Yankees?
Pretty sure that's Bob Dylan.

I'm pretty sure that's from Theme Time Radio Hour too.
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: Epic Soundtracks on December 02, 2015, 11:22:54 PM
Yes, Dylan on his radio show about baseball songs
Title: Re: Audio Collage Pieces
Post by: rpm1200 on December 03, 2015, 01:08:14 PM
Thank you all. I thought maybe it was Billy Crystal doing a goofy voice.
Title: Sound collage samples
Post by: JonFromMaplewood on February 17, 2016, 01:51:04 PM
You know how some obsessive people years back made a website dedicated to listing all samples and lyrical references from the Beastie Boys album "Paul's Boutique?"

http://www.paulsboutique.info/ (http://www.paulsboutique.info/)

I feel like Tom's sound collages deserve this treatment. Maybe not a whole website but at least a thread on this forum. I can offer up a few and would love if others could fill in others.

Apologies in advance if this has already been started somewhere else. Allow me to start:

"Frankie Teardrop" - Suicide
"Spinning Wheel" - Blood, Sweat, & Tears
"Nights in White Satin" - The Moody Blues
"Larks' Tongue in Aspic, Pt. 1" -  King Crimson
"Touch Me" - The Doors
"Sleep Now in the Fire" - Rage Against the Machine
"Oh good lord!" - Kelsey Grammer falling off a stage
"Not quite my tempo" - J.K. Simmons from Whiplash
Independence Day soliloquy - Bill Pullman
Papa John soliloquy - Mike Francesa
Car make-out filth soliloquy - Garrison Keillor

What else do we have? I am dying to know who is behind the "British countdown" that has been starting the collages off lately. And the Bentley defecation comment.

Thanks!
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: Chad from The Woodlands on February 18, 2016, 12:08:02 PM
Is the countdown Hawkwind's "Countdown"?
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: fonpr on February 18, 2016, 12:28:58 PM
Is the countdown Hawkwind's "Countdown"?
I assumed it was.
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: BadGuyZero on February 18, 2016, 12:31:38 PM
I am dying to know who is behind the "British countdown" that has been starting the collages off lately.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOn5RUj5fVk# (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOn5RUj5fVk#)
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: Skeletor on February 18, 2016, 04:07:20 PM
There is/was Pigpen hollering from some Grateful Dead show.. I think it might be during "Good Lovin"? Sounds like it's from the episode where Bryce and Tom listen to Dead CDs together.
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: tonyh on February 18, 2016, 04:29:55 PM
I am dying to know who is behind the "British countdown" that has been starting the collages off lately.


[url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOn5RUj5fVk#[/url] ([url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOn5RUj5fVk#[/url])


Wow, that was amazing. Thanks for posting! I was also wondering about the source of the "Bentley" soundbite. I tried searching for the quote, but that didn't turn up anything.
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: claedalus on February 18, 2016, 09:04:58 PM
It's from the trailer for the awful Project Greenlight movie "The Leisure Class".
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: MiddleBro on March 15, 2016, 03:04:17 PM
So you guys know, I started this thread, a while back: http://www.friendsoftom.com/forum/index.php?topic=9371.0 (http://www.friendsoftom.com/forum/index.php?topic=9371.0) .  I am not sure if there's a way for them to be merged or whatever, but there it is, if you are interested.


   -Z-Man
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: JonFromMaplewood on March 15, 2016, 05:09:30 PM
So you guys know, I started this thread, a while back: [url]http://www.friendsoftom.com/forum/index.php?topic=9371.0[/url] ([url]http://www.friendsoftom.com/forum/index.php?topic=9371.0[/url]) .  I am not sure if there's a way for them to be merged or whatever, but there it is, if you are interested.


   -Z-Man


Oh man! I searched pretty hard for this topic before posting, but clearly not hard enough. Thanks for the tip! Let's just SHUT THIS ONE DOWN.
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: BadGuyZero on March 15, 2016, 06:53:25 PM
I'll merge this thread with the other one so that all the posts and information are retained.

EDIT: Merge completed!
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: MiddleBro on March 23, 2016, 06:46:40 PM
I'll merge this thread with the other one so that all the posts and information are retained.

EDIT: Merge completed!

Way to go, BGZ!


   -Z-Man
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: rpm1200 on April 21, 2016, 03:43:24 PM
Public Enemy - Night Of The Living Baseheads, "Anti-High Blood Pressure Encounter Mix" and "Terminator X Meets DST And Chuck Chill Out Instrumental Mix"

The two best mixes of this classic hip hop track. Bam!
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: leeharveyosmond on May 18, 2016, 03:00:16 PM
What is this song that starts looping around 1:54:00 in this episode (http://thebestshow.net/episode/the-50-best-duos-of-all-time-sound-collage-california-tales/)?
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: rpm1200 on May 18, 2016, 03:23:41 PM
Emerson Lake and Palmer "Hoedown"?
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: leeharveyosmond on May 18, 2016, 04:44:14 PM
Thank you!
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: agent_jimmy on June 15, 2016, 02:22:57 PM
Hello,

Can anyone identify the clip around 2:36:15 in this week's sound collage? It's right between the clip about the Pink Floyd concert and the crowd singing My Ding-A-Ling (even typing that feels gross). It sounds a little like MC Steinberg but I know it's not.

It's a nasal voice saying "Waaaaah I don't wanna go to ....?....." (I can't make out the last word at all)

thanks in advance!
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: leeharveyosmond on June 15, 2016, 02:39:43 PM
that was from the Tompersonation contest where all the guy did was go "WAAAAAHH!!! I DON'T WANT TO DO THE SHOW! I DON'T WANT TO DO THE SHHOOOWWWWWW!!!!!" without identifying himself. tom really got a kick out of it. he does kind of sound like steinberg but i'm not sure if it was him or not (brett davis did call in with kind of a low-key impersonation earlier in that episode, or maybe later i forget)
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: fonpr on June 21, 2016, 08:23:46 PM
that was from the Tompersonation contest where all the guy did was go "WAAAAAHH!!! I DON'T WANT TO DO THE SHOW! I DON'T WANT TO DO THE SHHOOOWWWWWW!!!!!" without identifying himself. tom really got a kick out of it. he does kind of sound like steinberg but i'm not sure if it was him or not (brett davis did call in with kind of a low-key impersonation earlier in that episode, or maybe later i forget)
That's P.C. Mike aka "that dude that sounds like Chuck Klosterman."
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: Joe Rogaine on June 21, 2016, 09:00:08 PM
that was from the Tompersonation contest where all the guy did was go "WAAAAAHH!!! I DON'T WANT TO DO THE SHOW! I DON'T WANT TO DO THE SHHOOOWWWWWW!!!!!" without identifying himself. tom really got a kick out of it. he does kind of sound like steinberg but i'm not sure if it was him or not (brett davis did call in with kind of a low-key impersonation earlier in that episode, or maybe later i forget)
That's P.C. Mike aka "that dude that sounds like Chuck Klosterman."

How can you tell?
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: fonpr on June 21, 2016, 09:03:49 PM
that was from the Tompersonation contest where all the guy did was go "WAAAAAHH!!! I DON'T WANT TO DO THE SHOW! I DON'T WANT TO DO THE SHHOOOWWWWWW!!!!!" without identifying himself. tom really got a kick out of it. he does kind of sound like steinberg but i'm not sure if it was him or not (brett davis did call in with kind of a low-key impersonation earlier in that episode, or maybe later i forget)
That's P.C. Mike aka "that dude that sounds like Chuck Klosterman."

How can you tell?
Two hints:
#1

Check Mike's Skype Thing.

#2

Ask Epic Soundtracks
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: perfumed_chained on July 01, 2016, 11:09:51 AM
Yeah, that's my Tompersonation. It's not too far off from my normal speaking voice (if you can imagine) and, as Fredericks said, there's a year's worth of me talking on the Skype thing. It's half just verbatim something I think Tom said at one point and half an imitation of the sound of my 3 year-old niece making her baby doll cry. 
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: Joe Rogaine on July 01, 2016, 11:05:18 PM
that was from the Tompersonation contest where all the guy did was go "WAAAAAHH!!! I DON'T WANT TO DO THE SHOW! I DON'T WANT TO DO THE SHHOOOWWWWWW!!!!!" without identifying himself. tom really got a kick out of it. he does kind of sound like steinberg but i'm not sure if it was him or not (brett davis did call in with kind of a low-key impersonation earlier in that episode, or maybe later i forget)
That's P.C. Mike aka "that dude that sounds like Chuck Klosterman."

How can you tell?
Two hints:
#1

Check Mike's Skype Thing.

#2

Ask Epic Soundtracks

I didn't think that guy had it in him.
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: fonpr on July 05, 2016, 03:15:53 PM
that was from the Tompersonation contest where all the guy did was go "WAAAAAHH!!! I DON'T WANT TO DO THE SHOW! I DON'T WANT TO DO THE SHHOOOWWWWWW!!!!!" without identifying himself. tom really got a kick out of it. he does kind of sound like steinberg but i'm not sure if it was him or not (brett davis did call in with kind of a low-key impersonation earlier in that episode, or maybe later i forget)
That's P.C. Mike aka "that dude that sounds like Chuck Klosterman."

How can you tell?
Two hints:
#1

Check Mike's Skype Thing.

#2

Ask Epic Soundtracks

I didn't think that guy had it in him.
He's full of surprises.
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: andbutso on July 10, 2016, 01:13:16 PM
Does anyone know where these two come from?

-The guy saying 'I got it I gotta get it I want it ya gotta have it gotta want it' etc.

-The recording of some sort of interview where a guy says he's in a band from New Jersey, interviewer asks what they sound like, guy says 'Heavy stuff,' interviewer says 'Oh that's not what we want. We want something like Chick Corea' and they guy says 'Oh yeah we're soft. We do jazzy stuff'.
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: Joe Rogaine on July 10, 2016, 03:27:33 PM
Does anyone know where these two come from?

-The guy saying 'I got it I gotta get it I want it ya gotta have it gotta want it' etc.

-The recording of some sort of interview where a guy says he's in a band from New Jersey, interviewer asks what they sound like, guy says 'Heavy stuff,' interviewer says 'Oh that's not what we want. We want something like Chick Corea' and they guy says 'Oh yeah we're soft. We do jazzy stuff'.

The first one is Andy Kindler doing his Pig Pen impression on the show.
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: leeharveyosmond on February 24, 2018, 07:09:55 PM
what is that weird whooshing sound in the most recent collage? (it shows up for the first time about 1:33:35 in (http://thebestshow.net/episode/best-show-2018-ned-from-newbridge-hospital-sound-collage-more/))
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: mnstrfrc on February 26, 2018, 08:52:50 PM
what is that weird whooshing sound in the most recent collage? (it shows up for the first time about 1:33:35 in ([url]http://thebestshow.net/episode/best-show-2018-ned-from-newbridge-hospital-sound-collage-more/[/url]))
  I believe this "whooshing sound" is SJP reacting to the solar eclipse
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: mnstrfrc on February 26, 2018, 08:57:59 PM
Anyone know the identity of Gorplex 8243? Kind of sounds like Jon Daly.
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: leeharveyosmond on May 02, 2018, 01:11:25 PM
STEAMROLL CHUMPS IN 2018, NO TIME FOR LOONS
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: breadharrity on May 12, 2018, 11:04:00 AM
Anyone know the identity of Gorplex 8243? Kind of sounds like Jon Daly.

sounds more like Rob Riggle to me. Anyone know where the "make that music with your mouth" clip comes from? Also looking for the exact episode when "Hi I'm Dennis" happened.
Title: Re: Sound collage samples
Post by: leeharveyosmond on May 12, 2018, 07:36:03 PM
HI I'M DENNIS (https://wfmu.org/archiveplayer/?show=48655&archive=84070&starttime=02:09:20)