Years following the launch of her 1982 vanity-pressed LP, Aircraft Woman, Tangela Tricoli started to garner a following among enthusiasts of “outsider” music — that’s, music made minus the good thing about what most listeners would consider conventional artistic skill, but valued by way of a small minority because of its unique quirkiness. Tricoli had not been a musician by occupation, but an flight pilot, eventually increasing to the positioning of top-ranked feminine pilot at American Airlines. A Renaissance female of sorts numerous passions, she also discovered time to sponsor a goofy wire show in LA, Tangela Tonight; work for the mayor of L.A.; and, in 1982, record the strange tunes that composed Jet Woman. While “Stinky Poodle” may be the most famous monitor from that LP, it had been surrounded by similarly unusual odes to soaring, space, a housewife’s existence, the supermarket, and like. Primitively recorded, it had been entirely arranged, made up, and performed (generally on plunky acoustic guitar, occasionally with piano and synthesizer) by Tricoli. Only one 1,000 copies had been pressed, however the recording became easier to get when it had been reissued on Compact disc in 2004, with reward tracks and improved CD video of Tricoli in the first ’80s.