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Options January 22, 2008

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Elmore Judd  Disco In 4 Pieces   Options Insect Funk  Honest Jons  0:00:00 (Real)
Prince Far I  Deck Of Life   Options Heavy Manners  Trojan  0:05:02 (Real)
Percee P  Yes You May   Options Legendary Status  No Label  0:08:49 (Real)
Orgun  What You Know About Baltimore   Options Beyond Amsterdam  Nonesuch  0:13:04 (Real)
Jazzsteppa  One   Options Hotflush Presents Space & Time  Hotflush  0:17:46 (Real)
 
Staples Singers  I'm Coming Home (Parts 1 & 2)   Options The Best Of The Vee-Jay Years  Shout  0:28:39 (Real)
Ennio Morricone  Un Altro Mare   Options Edda Dell'Orso: Voice  Bella Casa  0:34:35 (Real)
Stefano Pilia  Water   Options Action Silence Prayers  Die Schachtel  0:40:44 (Real)
Bachdenkel  Long Time Living   Options Lemmings  Ork  0:46:48 (Real)
John Lennon  Look At Me   Options Plastic Ono Band  Capitol  0:49:12 (Real)
 
A Number Of Names  Sharevari (Instrumental)   Options Disco Not Disco  Strut  0:59:28 (Real)
Afrirampo  Unknown   Options Suuto Breakor  P-Vine  1:06:37 (Real)
Shepherds  Endless Horizons   Options Loco Hills  Release The Bats  1:14:07 (Real)
 
T La Rock & The Treacherous Three  Get Off My Tip   Options N.Y.C. Live Throwdown  Madison Square Garage  1:27:55 (Real)
Black, Rock, & Ron  Stop The World   Options Edan The DJ: Fast Rap  Edan  1:32:28 (Real)
Edan  I See Colours   Options Beauty And The Beat  Lewis  1:36:26 (Real)
 
Kevin Coyne  Need Somebody   Options Case History  Dandelion  1:42:42 (Real)
Arthur Alexander  In The Middle Of It All   Options Lonely Just Like Me  Hacktone  1:46:46 (Real)
Carol Anderson  I'm Not Worried   Options They Sure Were Busy In Those Shadows Of Motown  No Label  1:50:21 (Real)
P.P. Arnold  A Likely Piece Of Work   Options Get Ready  Psychic Soul  1:53:39 (Real)
Pan Ron  Unknown   Options Greatest Hits Vol. 2  Khmer Rocks  1:55:32 (Real)
 
Xiao He  Bird And Water   Options Asian Flashback  P.S.F.  2:03:49 (Real)
Jorge Ben  Mulher Brasileira   Options Forca Bruta  Universal  2:11:35 (Real)
Shelby Bryant  Letter 'A' Day   Options Luscious  Smells Like  2:15:46 (Real)
Kelley Stoltz  Put My Troubles To Sleep   Options Circular Sounds  Sub Pop  2:18:42 (Real)
The Family Elan  Over The Hills And Fields I Wander (The Bells Of Earthly Wonder)   Options Stare Of Dawn  Locust  2:22:16 (Real)
Alastair Galbraith  Head Down   Options Orb  Nextbestway  2:28:11 (Real)
 
Rapid Dance  Hidden So Well   Options Messthetics #105  Hyped To Death  2:36:37 (Real)
Tages  Seeing With Love   Options 1964-68!  EMI  2:39:50 (Real)
Imperial Pompadours  King Bee   Options Ersatz  No Label  2:43:08 (Real)
Stack Waddy  Jack & Jill Meet Bling Pugh On The Pot??   Options Bugger Off  Cherry Red  2:45:54 (Real)
The Makes Nice  Melody, Please   Options This Time Tomorrow  Frenetic  2:55:48 (Real)

Listener comments!

  Tue. 1/22/08 9:11am jonathan:

noice!
  Tue. 1/22/08 9:24am dei xhrist:

good morning hatch.
  Tue. 1/22/08 9:26am Mort:

I can get political hate radio on AM. I tune in here for the music. Play it, and quit your crying.
  Tue. 1/22/08 9:28am Hatch:

Political hate radio??!?
  Tue. 1/22/08 9:34am Bob Grant:

Did someone say "political hate radio?" Is there a job opening for me on WFMU? Now "that" would be free-form.
  Tue. 1/22/08 9:35am Hatch:

Sorry Bob, I'm already the Rush Limbaugh of WFMU. Apparently.
  Tue. 1/22/08 9:36am Dickdong (UK):

Keep up the politics, Hatch. It is your solemn duty to make sure your fellow Americans get it right this time.
  Tue. 1/22/08 9:40am Cecile:

Wha?!?!?!?!
  Tue. 1/22/08 9:48am dei x:

I was just curiously cruising about to see if there was any online commentary about Stormwatch support of R Paul and the KKK march in Jena yesterday. I didn't see any, but I didn't delve too deep. All the other chats end up in hollering and accusations, changing from a political discussion to a schoolyard fight.
  Tue. 1/22/08 9:50am dei x:

On another note, my book to start reading at lunch is Zinn's People's History of the US. I really hope it lives up to its reputation as more exploratory than all the history books in school.
  Tue. 1/22/08 9:53am Listener Dave from NH:

I don't know that it's more exploratory than other history books, but it certainly takes a different stance on a lot of subjects than others do, replacing the hagiographical treatment of the founding fathers by putting them into perspective as extraordinarily rich men who got richer by the suffering of others.
It's a good book, but depressing to see the brutality of our country laid bare.
  Tue. 1/22/08 9:56am philthy:

Enjoy the Zinn book. It's eye-opening and a unique perspective on American history. My only complaint is that it tries to emcompass so much in a fairly short volume. Still, it's a good introduction to US history and well-annotated.
  Tue. 1/22/08 9:57am dei x:

Can you-all recommend add'l titles? Just finished Lies My Teacher Told Me so I'm looking for stuff that puts events in context. I do have Underside of American History and What If 2.
  Tue. 1/22/08 9:57am Sarah:

I am glad you express your opinions.
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:00am Mike:

best song
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:00am Daniel:

I'm divided about the primaries, love to hear opinions about all of it, especially with the great music. Gets my neurons firing. . .
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:01am Lang:

Hey Mort
Go listen to the am then.
Hatch does play music !!!
I can get hate comments elsewhere on the net, I don't need to see them in this comment page!
LANG
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:04am Roy:

I love the "shut up with the politics and just play music" angle -- As if the personal and the political were in any way separate from one another. Keep on, Hatch!
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:06am Chance From That Third World Country, Maine:

When you goto the polls this year, think of only one name-
Laozi
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:07am dei x:

What about Zatumba?
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:08am Chance From That Third World Country, Maine:

I haven't heard a clear platform from Zatumba.. Care to enlighten me?
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:09am Mort:

My bad. You are right. I listen and pledge so I can escape the spittle and cheese to go free-form. I see there is no escape. Rant away.
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:10am Cecile:

America Revised by Frances...something or other. I'll look it up. A very good book.
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:14am Cecile:

FitzGerald
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:14am Hatch:

Listen to Ken's Christmas show in the archives, Zatumba's platform is explained quite thoroughly.
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:14am Chance From That Third World Country, Maine:

Mort, you can always use RSS to listen to music from the web. It works decently for me. Only after I have exhausted Pitchfork, Stereogum, Les Concerts A Emporter, and others do I come and listen to WFMU.
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:16am Hatch:

We come AFTER Stereogum? Ouch, that hurts.
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:18am Chance From That Third World Country, Maine:

Feels like George Dubya's 3rd term..
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:31am Tom:

C'mon, more hate!
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:32am Hate Monger:

Don't worry, I'll bring the hate again later in the show.
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:34am Cecile:

I'll bring the potato salad.
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:34am Chance From That Third World Country, Maine:

I'll bring the Cincinnati style chili.
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:35am dei x:

I'll bring the ambrosia salad.
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:36am Gil Scott-Heron:

The revolution will not be televised, but I believe that the audio will be available over these very airwaves.
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:38am Cecile:

Hey, I like Edan's recipe. But he needs more mayo.
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:39am Listener Dave from NH:

I love the hell out of "Beauty and the Beat."
I've heard Noah playing some tracks from Edan that I think are new but I've still got no idea when he's dropping a newfangled album.
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:43am miss buxley:

hiya hatch,,,how was your week?? i hope you had a wonderful weekend as well,,did ya do anything groooovy?? i shopped and went to see JUNO & I AM LEGEND they were both really good movies,,,hatch,,tell me what do ya like to do in your spare time???
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:45am Chance From That Third World Country, Maine:

Yea.. hatch... tell us.. heehee
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:46am Tom:

Is this Coyne from the 3 disc Siren thing that was just released?
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:48am Hatch:

Yes it is, Tom.
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:50am Hector:

Every show you discover something worth to me.
Great Kevin Coyne&#180;s song
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:52am miss buxley:

hatch,,,am i invisable here!?!?!? GRRRRRR or does nobody care???? =( =(
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:53am Hatch:

I care, really I do. This weekend, I went to see The Diving Bell & The Butterfly and spent a few hours making a ragu bolognese.
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:54am Chance From That Third World Country, Maine:

I care miss Miss Buxley..
  Tue. 1/22/08 10:55am Cecile:

Hey, say hi to the General for me, Miss B. And Lt. Flap.
  Tue. 1/22/08 11:01am Chance From That Third World Country, Maine:

Bank run!
  Tue. 1/22/08 11:04am Bad Ronald:

"Psycho" - Jack Kittel

Please Thanks!
  Tue. 1/22/08 11:08am dei x:

Xiao He makes a nice soundtrack to my reading of Japanese and Singapore import regulations.
  Tue. 1/22/08 11:08am Chance From That Third World Country, Maine:

"Nasa Macka By Se Vydavala" ("Our Cat Wants To Get Married") performed by Pachac a Juskanic Slovenska Orkestra,

http://www.archive.org/details/Pachac_a_Juskanic_SO-Nasa_Macka_By_Se_Vydavala

http://www.archive.org/download/Pachac_a_Juskanic_SO-Nasa_Macka_By_Se_Vydavala/Pachac_a_Juskanic_SO-Nasa_Macka_By_Se_Vydavala_vbr.mp3
  Tue. 1/22/08 11:23am Chance From That Third World Country, Maine:

http://ft.mirror.waffleimages.com/files/56/56c57ae6b756827c72be2b537ac1f8c904d2472b.jpg?
  Tue. 1/22/08 12:08pm dragonflyshards:

p.s.P.P.Arnold appears to have brown eyes...and an incredible voice...and she's cute! -and sexy!
  Wed. 1/23/08 9:28am Larry gomez:

Did you play some incredibly funky, abstract, acoustic music from Scotland (late 70's) yesterday around Noon? Please tell me who they were? Please! They were unbelievable! I would be so grateful!
Larry
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