Tuesday, October 11, 2011


Exploring the depths of alienation

in very shallow waters

Baloney is a word often used by politicians to describe the ideas of their opponents. The expression has been used for years. Fifty years ago, a former governor of New York state, Alfred Smith, criticized some claims by President Franklin Roosevelt about the successes of the Roosevelt administration. Smith said, “No matter how thin you slice it, it is still baloney.”
*=new music
Theme from the Twilight Zone by Marius Constant from The Best Of Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone: Original Television Scores Varese Sarabande 1990.
Vehicle by Ides-Of-March Collector's Choice 2006
Mark Knopfler, Baloney Again, Sailing to Philadelphia
Bill Withers, Medley: Harlem, Cold Baloney, Bill Withers Live: at Carnegie Hall
Momus and John Henriksson, Baloney Polonius, The Thunderclown
Alice Cooper, Patty Donahue, No Baloney Homosapiens, Zipper Catches Skin
Uncle Moondog, Mosquito on My Burrito, Baloney Cake
Demolition Decorators, Jenny, Jenny-O, Don’t Say Baloney
Demolition Decorators, Don’t Say Baloney, Don’t Say Baloney
Let’s Learn Italian, That’s a Lot of Baloney, Funny Italian Phrases and Idioms
Beaver Nelson, Baloney Bay, Legends of Super Heroes
Gunnar Madsen, Old Baloney, Ants in My Pants
*Dawes, Little Bit of Everything, Nothing is Wrong
*Tommy Bonnevile and Amy Winehouse, Body and Soul, Duets II
*Chris Letcher, Joined Back to Nature, Spectroscope
Bjork, Dark Matter, Biophilia
*Sotherly, The End of Adolescence, Youth
*The Hops, Who Knows, Won't It Be Fun
*R.E.M, What if We Give It Away, Life's Rich Pageant (25th Anniversary Edition)
*Vanish Valley, Lion's Den, Get Good
*Nina Ferraro, Too Late, The Promise

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