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Options January 8, 2008

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Eric Carbonara  Caravan Of The New Thorn   Options Exodus Bulldornadius  Locust  0:00:00 ()
Daniel Hecht  Baba Dream Songs   Options Wayfaring Strangers: Guitar Soli  Numero Group  0:04:58 ()
Mudboy  Swamp Things   Options Hungry Ghosts! These Songs Are Doors  Digitalis Industries  0:11:35 ()
Klimek  For Zofia Klimek & Gregory Crewdson   Options Dedications  Anticipate  0:21:12 ()
Daniel Wang  All Flowers Must Fade   Options Milky Disco  Lo  0:27:24 ()
The Cyrkle  Don't Cry, No Fears, No Tears Comin' Your Way   Options Neon  Sundazed  0:38:54 ()
Breakthru  Troubleshoot   Options Adventures Highway  Circle  0:41:23 ()
Michel Polnareff  Hey You Woman   Options Polnareff's  Universal  0:44:01 ()
Major Stars  My People   Options Mirror/Messenger  Drag City  0:49:18 ()
Aerosmith  Make It   Options Aerosmith  Columbia  0:57:52 ()
Donovan Quinn  The Guttering Flame   Options October Lanterns  Soft Abuse  1:07:37 ()
Jacks  Marianne   Options Vacant World  Nippon  1:11:05 ()
The Wallflower Complexion  Needles And Pins   Options The Wallflower Complexion  Shadoks  1:16:38 ()
Bunky & Jake  Daphne Plum   Options Bunky & Jake  Fallout  1:18:22 ()
The Factotums  Driftwood   Options Fairy Cakes For Tea  Psychic Circle  1:20:55 ()
Tenniscoats  One Swan Swim   Options Tan-Tan Therapy  Hapna  1:30:31 ()
Noonday Underground  When The Rocks Start Falling   Options On The Freedom Flotilla  Setanta  1:36:20 ()
Mt. Vernon Arts Lab  The Fog Detonator   Options The Seance At Hobbs Lane  Ghostbox  1:40:39 ()
Rings  Tone Poem   Options Black Habit  Paw Tracks  1:46:13 ()
Dead Meadow  I Love You Too   Options Shivering King And Others  Matador  1:51:03 ()
The Voices Of East Harlem  Simple Song Of Freedom   Options Right On Be Free  Rhino Handmade  2:02:22 ()
Perk Badger  Do Your Stuff   Options Eccentric Soul: The Outskirts Of Deep City  Numero Group  2:05:57 ()
Rosetta Hightower  Signed Sealed Delivered   Options Rosettta Hightower  RPM  2:12:54 ()
Max Romeo  Blowin' In The Wind   Options The Coming Of Jah  Trojan  2:13:15 ()
Mellow Madness  Save The Youth (Kenny Dope Mix)   Options Save The Youth  Kay-Dee  2:15:50 ()
The Kinks  Death Of A Clown   Options Something Else  Reprise  2:24:50 ()
Heaven And Earth  Refuge   Options Bearded Ladies  B-Music  2:27:53 ()
Lee Hazlewood  Your Sweet Love   Options The Very Special World Of Lee Hazelwood  Water  2:30:46 ()
4 Red Zao Women  Too Pouan Toy Tiemto   Options Ethnic Minority Music Of North Vietnam  Sublime Frequencies  2:37:12 ()
Zhehongyi With Nendi Zhehongyi  Mother's Uproar   Options Black Mirror  Dust-To-Digital  2:46:18 ()
Kai Warner  On The Way To Philadelphia   Options Achtung!  Bureau B  2:51:40 ()
Jean-Jacques Perrey & Luke Vibert  Intro/Schwing   Options Moog Acid  Lo  2:53:39 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 1/8/08 9:34am Richard:

I'm crying just a little....
  Tue. 1/8/08 9:37am Doctor Holiday:

Change! I hear ya, Hil'ry. It's time to CHANGE THE SHEETS.
  Tue. 1/8/08 9:40am Rock Hardy:

Ugh, dude, the political commentary is tiresome, esp. since it's not actually commentary, just nudge-nudge-wink-wink-Hillary's-awful-right. Obama's my choice too, but I'm interested in some music right now. I guess I'll listen to the archive of Scott's show from last night.
  Tue. 1/8/08 9:42am Ann Arbor D:

To be fair, Hatch is one of the only DJs that ever talks about politics and I sort of appreciate it.
  Tue. 1/8/08 9:43am Wes:

Hey Doc Holiday, she even planted one of "you" at her rally someplace, chanting "iron my shirt...iron my shirt," until she called him out and made a remark about sexism...still alive!
  Tue. 1/8/08 9:43am dei xhrist:

Hi from NH - Dixville Notch's results were Obama and McCain. I'm looking forward to visiting the restaurant hosting Kucinich's election watch party. No I don't expect him to win, but I'm not going to be bullied by college age volunteers telling me that every vote for their candidate sends a clear message that I'm easily bullied in to voting with the Joneses.
  Tue. 1/8/08 9:44am dei xhrist:

Oh yeah, and the NPR commentator came up with more Chuck Norris jokes.
  Tue. 1/8/08 9:46am Hatch:

That's why they get paid the big bucks. For Chuck Norris jokes.
  Tue. 1/8/08 9:48am Hatch:

For the record, I don't think Hillary's awful. I voted for her in two Senate races, and I expect to vote for her again. I just think she's a bad Presidential candidate.
  Tue. 1/8/08 9:50am Matt:

Is this Michel Polnareff tune a homage to Allen Toussaint's Hey Soul Sister?
  Tue. 1/8/08 9:50am nh_dave:

I voted this morning and was amazed at the number of candidates. There is a performance artist named 'vermin supreme' on the ballot. Also who knew that Mike wasn't Huckabee's real first name!
  Tue. 1/8/08 9:52am Hatch:

Matt, actually this song came first as far as I know. It's from 1971, and the Toussaint song is from 1972.
  Tue. 1/8/08 9:53am Wes:

This is a totally groovy hippy set, Hillary would love it. I agree, good person, bad actor/candidate. America would rather vote for Paula Dean the butter queen (mom complex)
  Tue. 1/8/08 9:53am Hatch:

Mitt isn't Romney's real name either, but I guess Willard Romney sounds a bit too... aristocratic?
  Tue. 1/8/08 9:55am Matt:

Interesting....It's really catchy and goes well with the spring like weather here in NYC. Is it currently in print?
  Tue. 1/8/08 9:56am Hatch:

Yes, you can get that Polnareff album as a French import.
  Tue. 1/8/08 10:01am Richard:

Aerosmith Rocks.
  Tue. 1/8/08 10:03am Wes:

Huckabee may be a nice guy or whatever, but it would be very dangerous, in my opinion, to have a southern baptist minister serve as president of the US. Possibly worse than Bush, if the mind can wrap itself around that idea.
  Tue. 1/8/08 10:12am dei xhrist:

Vermin's footage is at mobilebroadcastnews.com. You can see a list of everyone who paid the $1000 fee to run for president at vote-smart.org. There's one guy running for the Prohibition Party - he dresses up like the Grim Reaper and protests at Budweiser breweries. He should dress up like Krampus and take it on the road.
  Tue. 1/8/08 10:25am nh_dave:

When you goto vermin's website he has coltrane's love supreme playing in the background. Heck I would have voted for him just for that had I known!
  Tue. 1/8/08 10:28am Bad Ronald:

Morning Hatch, digging the show.

Any chance you guys have "Psycho" by Jack Kittel laying around the library?

  Tue. 1/8/08 10:37am Wes:

I think this guy has what it takes: http://vote-smart.org/bio.php?can_id=53150
  Tue. 1/8/08 10:40am Hatch:

Too bad, he's not running this year.
  Tue. 1/8/08 10:53am dei xhrist:

It takes PhotoShop!
  Tue. 1/8/08 11:10am sasa, macedonia:

Thanx Hatch for The Voices Of East Harlem, beauuuutiful song (of freedom).
  Tue. 1/8/08 11:26am Chuck:

Really loved the Perk Badger. I must look further into Deep City Records.
  Tue. 1/8/08 11:27am dei xhrist:

First thing in the morning conversation with my husby was the toll all this campaigning is taking on all candidates. Even if they are each maintaining healthy eating habits and consistent sleep times etc., they're shaking hands and breathing airborne viruses. Obama's getting throat trouble, Rodham Clinton's admitting she's a strong trooper, but no one is going to sit anything out until the post presidential election speeches.
  Tue. 1/8/08 11:32am Wes:

Something tells me the poor widdle things will survive.
  Tue. 1/8/08 11:35am Chance From That Third World Country, Maine:

You'll be able to tell which one made the pact with the devil, because she or he will be the healthiest by the end.
  Tue. 1/8/08 11:36am Hatch:

My guess is Obama's throat hurts from giving speeches ten times a day, not from the germs of filthy New Englanders.
  Tue. 1/8/08 11:37am Hatch:

Speaking of pacts with the devil, my last comment confirmation "math question" added up to... 666!
  Tue. 1/8/08 11:40am matt:

Maybe it's a sign that you need to play some black metal.
  Tue. 1/8/08 11:48am dei xhrist:

we're not filthy, we're just saving that crud for something else and our pockets are full.
  Tue. 1/8/08 11:50am Hatch:

At least those of you in NH you don't have pockets full of steamed cheeseburgers like the people in CT.
  Tue. 1/8/08 11:52am dei xhrist:

... might have been. Before.
  Tue. 1/8/08 6:28pm mike njtpike:

hatch solid selections .lets see if obama can deliver the goods. ill suuport him. liked the factotums cut. also voices of e.harlem. hatch gary null on the radio got the info, we need.hes on 91.5fm mon _friday noon to 1pm. enjoy! where did all the bees go?
  Tue. 2/26/08 11:04am Private somemothersson:

wiraq.navy guys tell me US kamikaze 4000 bees will swarm like speedboats around honeybships each one sink sink to bottom of davy jones locker .the gulf of hamas waits to hear Radioactive station.no fun.those revolution guards are freaked out by red guard bees.they display air strikes when men bend.even in the mosque.the street say bush and blair war was not just for oil the war is for honey. the famous green zone ha! there they have infiltrated every fridge!
  Tue. 2/26/08 11:51am yours:

where is hive mind in allthis?hiding in jon allens playlist
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