Radio Free Gunslinger #90: Red Into Blue Again


Your host for this edition of Radio Free Gunslinger is John Updike

It is entitled Red Into Blue Again

This edition was programmed by Stuart Collier, proprietor of Rio Bravado

The Content

First Sequence:
Suzi Jane Hokom – For a Day Like Today
Built to Spill – Big Dipper
Harry Nilsson – Turn on Your Radio
The Raincoats – Only Loved at Night
Helium – Baby’s Going Underground

Second Sequence:
Spanky & Our Gang – Like to Get to Know You
Destroyer – It’s Gonna Take an Airplane
The Go-Betweens – Streets of Your Town
The Parliaments – Time
The Bobby Fuller Four – Julie

Third Sequence:
Cate le Bon – Falcon Eyed
Butterglory – Sit in the Car
Sleater-Kinney – The Size of Our Love
Archers of Loaf – Hate Paste
Le Tigre – Eau D’bedroom Dancing

Fourth Sequence:
De La Soul – I Be Blowin’
PJ Harvey – You Said Something
Yo La Tengo – The Weakest Part
Life Without Buildings – Juno
Virginia Astley – Love’s a Lonely Place to Be

Summation:
Chromatics – These Streets Will Never Look the Same

A is for Arbus #81

Penn Station, N.Y.C. (1963)

The Gunslinger Guide to Elizabeth Taylor #18


Twilight of the Dreamboats #98


This Week's Hopper #36

The City (1927)

Divorce Court Confidential! #7

Original Caption:

Los Angeles -- Esperanza Wayne, wife of actor John Wayne, is shown in court with her attorney, Jerome Rosenthal. She has asked that the court order her husband to pay her $9,000-per-month alimony claiming that the actor made over $1,000,000 in the past three years. (1953)

Illusion Travels By Streetcar #100:
The First Features of John Frankenheimer (1957-1962)


The cast for episode #100:

Stuart Collier
Stephen Cooke
Jeremiah McNeil
Brian Risselada
Max Slobodin
Tom Sutpen

This episode was recorded on April 21, 2016

Seminal Image #1134

Hud
(Martin Ritt; 1963)

They Were Collaborators #890

Warren Beatty and Elaine May

An Illustrated History of Race Relations in America #25

Original Caption:

Alsip -- Mrs Mamie Bradley reacts as the body of her son is lowered into his grave during the funeral. Her son, fourteen year old Emmett Till, was shot and murdered in Greenwood, Mississippi. (1955)

The Art of Jazz #157

Kenton in Hi-Fi
(Stan Kenton & His Orchestra)
(Capitol Records; 1956)

How to Read... with Richard Avedon #23

Bert Lahr