Nutty Logic with Steve Fly
NUTTY LOGIC WITH STEVE FLY
Cafe The Zen, Amsterdam, January 11, 2012 [SFNL-0001]
Steve Fly created this salute to Robert Anton Wilson and put it together with John Sinclair at Cafe The Zen in Amsterdam Oost last night and we’re rushing it onto the Radio Free Amsterdam airwaves today, with musical selections from Alice Coltrane, John Sinclair & Beatnik Youth, Thelonious Monk & John Coltrane At Carnegie Hall, Dr. John & The Lower 911, Ed Sanders, the Miles Davis Sextet, Louis Armstrong, Eddie Jefferson, and John Coltrane & Duke Ellington, with several contributions from Robert Anton Wilson himself.
NUTTY LOGIC PLAYLIST
 Alice Coltrane: Journey to Satchidananda
 Robert Anton Wilson: New Tsarism
 John Sinclair & Beatnik Youth: Brilliant Corners
 Thelonious Monk & John Coltrane: Nutty
 Dr. John & The Lower 911: Black Gold
 Robert Anton Wilson; Maybe Logic
 Ed Sanders: What If William Blake Had Gone To New Orleans?
 Miles Davis Sextet: So What
 Louis Armstrong: Black and Blue
 Robert Anton Wilson: TSOG Rising
 Eddie Jefferson: Parker’s Mood
 John Coltrane & Duke Ellington: In a Sentimental Mood
A JOINT PRODUCTION
Produced by Steve Fly
Edited, assembled & annotated by John Sinclair
Executive Producer: Leslie Lopez
Sponsored by Ceres Seeds & The Hempshopper, Amsterdam
(c) 2012 The John Sinclair Foundation
2 thoughts on “Nutty Logic with Steve Fly”
I loved this mix!
Particularly fine to have access to John Sinclair doing Brilliant Corners which I believe I witnessed live in the UK a year or two ago. The text sounded familiar, even if the accompaniment at the time came from Fly.
Oh great, Im glad you liked it, the recording of 'Brilliant corners' is taken from the forthcoming album produced by Youth of Killing Joke. It's impressive that you recall Brilliant Corners from the UK gig, good times… In 2012 I hope to be back to perform with John in the UK, and hope to see you too.