We’re The War on Drugs and this is What’s In My Bag. Waterboys. I got four of the first five records. Self-titled and then ‘This Is The Sea’ and my favorite, ‘A Pagan Place.’ And then the one after that ‘Fisherman’s Blues.’ And yeah, they’re just one of my favorites. The first three records are like just really beautiful, huge sounding rock records and just over the next 30 years, they just kept changing. Irish folk music to y’know, stripped-down pop music. But yeah, they’re really beautiful records and I just feel like more people in America should know about them. I saw this record. I usually try to buy at least one record just purely on the cover art. and then it reminded me of one of my favorite movies ever, ‘Jeremiah Johnson.’ You got him, pilgrim. You nailed him clean. C’mon, we got us an elk to skin. I found the soundtrack hanging on the wall. If anybody hasn’t seen this movie, you should see it. Just about a guy who decides to spend the rest of his life alone in the mountains. And there’s these beautiful, sort of John Prine-esque songs throughout it. Which I don’t even know who did the songs. So this one’s called Mountain Man. Probably sucks but maybe it doesn’t. Yeah you don’t know. Maybe it’s amazing. Got this record by Liquid Liquid, awesome band. I think they were late 70s. Really unique. They just had a drummer, percussionist, bassist and a vocalist/percussionist with heavy, heavy grooves. No guitar? No guitar. What? They did the song that Grandmaster Flash sampled for ‘White Lines’ actually. Simon and Garfunkel. CD for the van. Triple CD. Got some of my favorite songs on it, ‘Blues Run The Game.’ It’s not their song, it’s Jackson C. Frank’s song but still love it. I mean, what else can you say about them? It’s really the best. ‘April Come She Will.’ Some of the best recordings ever. It’s really… I’ve been looking for this for a long time and finally found it. My mom has it. You should’ve told me. Who does? My mom. She could have lent it to you. Oh, I should’ve stolen it from her. I’ve never heard this record but I love The Beach Boys very deeply and I’ve never been able to find this. Carl Wilson’s solo record. Probably not very good but I’m a completist. Who cares? And the Dennis Wilson solo record is pretty great, ‘Pacific Ocean Blue.’ He was sort of the unsung genius of the band. My favorite Beach Boys period is the early 70s, when Brian was fully melting down and Carl kind of took the reins. And y’know, ‘Feel Flow’ is one of the best songs ever. This Harmonia record. We actually use this as our walk-on music. It’s kind of a krautrock supergroup of sorts. Neu/Cluster members. Bob Newhart. Record for a dollar. My dad used to listen to Bob Newhart tapes in the car. And he’s actually a lot more hilarious than he looks. But he’s a classic early comedian. I have no idea what any of this is, but I imagine, from titles like ‘Ledge Psychology’ ‘An Infinite Number of Monkeys,’ and ‘Bus Driver School’ You can’t really go wrong with Bob Newhart. They claim that if you take an infinite number of monkeys and an infinite number of typewriters and you sit them down and they just type away, that eventually, given enough time they would type all the great books. If they ever tried this, they would have to hire guys y’know to check the monkeys to see if they were turning out anything worthwhile. Hold on, post 15 here has something. ‘To be or not to be that is the gazorninplat.’ Robert Wyatt, a recommendation from my friend Jessica. I never really got into him but she sent me some of his tracks and they were just amazing and they were mostly from this record. So I’m gonna check this out. ‘Season of Glass,’ Yoko Ono. Wonderful collection of songs. ‘Silver Horse,’ ‘Nobody Sees Me Like You Do.’ I learned about it through the Ono box set. And then I found out that most of the songs I liked were on ‘Seasons of Glass.’ And it’s just an incredible collection of performances. It’s really beautiful and I’m happy I found it. This is Miles Davis’ record called ‘Get Up With It’ That’s my favorite Miles Davis album. It’s probably his most synthesizer-based record. And my favorite track on there is called ‘Rated X’ and this is a remix of it by a guy, Doc Scott, who I don’t know who that is. The track’s amazing. Actually Miles plays like the mixing board in this song. He’s like muting, randomly muting all these dudes who are just on this probably cocaine-fueled, y’know, freak out jam. So I’m interested to check out the remix. Hopefully they didn’t ruin it. But yeah, album’s called ‘Get Up With It.’ It’s really amazing. And then the last one is a record by Tomita. My friend Kurt played me this record a long time ago. It’s called ‘Snowflakes Are Dancing.’ It’s pretty much… Tomita’s like a synthesizer, electronic music, y’know, aficionado. Yeah I mean, he even shows on the back what he used. But yeah, it’s just a really beautiful record. I’m happy I found it.