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Options April 4, 2008

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Artist Track Album
ed shepp  the p is for pseuperpower pseu too   Options pseu's theme 
belong  my clown   Options colorloss record 
bass communion  pacific codex 4   Options pacific codex 
chop shop  oxide   Options oxide 
blanketship  i'm coming out   Options motown meltdown 
marie queenie lyons  your key don't fit it no more   Options soul fever 
chica libre  hungry song   Options sonido amizonico 
pita  5   Options get out 
kazi aniruddha  ?   v/a bollywood steel guitar 
michael rother  feuerland   Options flammende herzen 
debashish bhattacharya  kolkata to kanyakuman   Options calcutta chronicles: indian slide guitar odyssey 
george korein  singsong corpse II   Options another corpse 
electric wizard  the chosen few   Options witchcult today 
tommy roe  mystic magic   Options phantasy 
jade stone & luv  backroads of my mind   Options mosaics pieces of stone 
nice face  hidden automatic   Options demo 
ergo sum  faces   Options mexico 
witch  psychotic rock   Options paralyzed 
geronimo  hummingbird & tarantula   Options v/a trogotronic compilation 
robin crutchfield  the birds know, charmed sleep   Options for our friends in the enchanted otherworld 
monopoly child star searchers  4   Options gitchii manitou 
islaja  trk 7   Options blaze mountain recordings 
think of one  wereld ni   Options camping shaabi 
inner city unit  god disco   Options punkadelic plus 
chica and the folder  kleines hoppla   Options v/a monika barchen: songs for bruno, knut & tom 

Listener comments!

  Fri. 4/4/08 8:16pm Brian in Oregon:

Is that bass like the instrument or bass like the fish?
  Fri. 4/4/08 8:19pm pseu:

looking at the booklet of this cd package, i'd say either. There's plenty of photos of water bodies. I mean you got your freshwater bass and your sea bass, right?
  Fri. 4/4/08 8:20pm ogee:

I think it is the fermenting ale
  Fri. 4/4/08 8:23pm john:

no vocals, so i'm assuming it's a smallmouth bass
  Fri. 4/4/08 8:26pm pseu:

Big Mouth Billy Bass is an Animatronic singing toy, resembling a Largemouth Bass, popular in 2000 and 2001. Made of rubber stretched over a mechanical frame, at first glance it closely resembles a mounted fish. Designed by Gemmy Industries, it turns its head outwards and then wiggles on its trophy plaque and sings kitschy cover songs, such as Don't Worry, Be Happy and Take Me To The River by Al Green. The singing mechanism was originally activated by a motion sensor and was originally intended to startle a passer-by. Eventually a button was added to activate it. There have also been several unsuccessful copycat toys based on it, featuring various animals such as Rainbow Trout, Lobsters, and even fish bones. The concept was also adapted into a large mounted deer head.
  Fri. 4/4/08 8:27pm Brian in Oregon:

And it freaked Tony Soprano out!
  Fri. 4/4/08 8:29pm Dave of CT:

The music is making me dizzy.
  Fri. 4/4/08 8:30pm john:

thank you pseu, the bass has been schooled
  Fri. 4/4/08 8:31pm jackie burkhardt:

hiya pseu--- how was your week??? i'm still wonderin if you think mila kunis should still become president,,, i think that would be REALLY GROOOOVY,,but i wanna know what you think,,, i think she should!!!!!!=)=)=)
  Fri. 4/4/08 8:32pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Happy birthday....mine is tomorrow.
  Fri. 4/4/08 8:37pm pseu:

hi ken, well that means you must be an aries. Buenos, Aries!
Now let's TALK BASS.
  Fri. 4/4/08 8:44pm jackie b.:

pseu-- for 2 weeks now you've been ignorin me--PLEASE tell me why?? i dont think thats fair =(
  Fri. 4/4/08 8:46pm pseu:

Let's keep this to fish -- freshwater or saltwater, please.
  Fri. 4/4/08 8:47pm Brian in Oregon:

you got yr rock bass, yr southern rock bass, your roughtongue bass... all actual names of fish!
  Fri. 4/4/08 8:48pm bartelby:

I Can always count on WFMU's coronet of truth to bring me out of the benthic depths
  Fri. 4/4/08 8:51pm Brian in Oregon:

tomato seabass, wrasse bass, wrasse ass bass, yellowstriped fairy basslet, ... cites linked to on wikipedia wouldn't lie, right?
  Fri. 4/4/08 8:51pm ogee:

bass battered bass
  Fri. 4/4/08 8:57pm pseu:

bassius clay.
  Fri. 4/4/08 8:58pm ---:

he stung like a butterfly
  Fri. 4/4/08 9:04pm pseu:

and smelt like a bass?
  Fri. 4/4/08 9:26pm bartleby:

smelt really aren't that much like bass, I mean they are in that they are bony fish, but beyond that not much. Can we talk about reptiles?
For example is the Australian varanid the goanna the technically a lolsquamatid? If so linguistic history is in store for a radical revision. As in "mom won't let me get a pet goanna. She duzn't like reptiles." Well I'll stop there before I become a big pain in the ass.
  Fri. 4/4/08 9:26pm jOE:

Bubble Bass
  Fri. 4/4/08 9:29pm jOE:

Hey HAppy B-day, Mines the 9th
  Fri. 4/4/08 9:30pm pseu:

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  Fri. 4/4/08 9:33pm ogee:

Seafood Recipes : Fish : Bass Battered Bass

2 pounds bass fillets
Lemon juice
Salt and black pepper to taste
1/2 cup peanut oil

1 cup flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1 pint Bass Ale

1.Slice fillets into 2-inch strips. Sprinkle with lemon juice and roll in flour seasoned with salt and pepper.

2.Prepare batter by combining flour, salt and cayenne pepper, then gradually blend in Ale until thoroughly mixed. Heat oil in cast iron dutch oven or fish fryer.

3. Dip fillets in batter and fry until golden brown. Drain on paper towel to remove excess grease.

4.Serve with hot sauce or tarter sauce.

5.Pour more pints!
  Fri. 4/4/08 9:34pm bartelby:

Ocean sunfish?
  Fri. 4/4/08 9:36pm sanjay:


3 lb. Bass fillets
1/2 c. vegetable oil
4 onions, chopped
2-3 tbsp. curry powder
1 tsp. paprika
1 1/2 tsp. salt
1 tsp. freshly ground pepper
3/4 c. tomato puree
3 1/2 c. hot water
1/2 c. shelled peanuts, chopped

Wash fist, pat dry and cut into bite size pieces. In a heavy skillet, heat oil; add onions, curry, paprika salt, and pepper and saute until lightly browned. Add tomato puree and reduce liquid until almost dry, stirring constantly to prevent burning. Add water, reduce heat and simmer for 20 minutes. Add fish and cook slowly for 15 minutes; do not stir after adding fish. Sprinkle with peanuts and serve. Serves 6-8.
  Fri. 4/4/08 9:38pm jOE:

What kind of fish was Country Joe?
  Fri. 4/4/08 9:42pm bartleby:

I think he was just accompanied by fish but was not a fish himself
  Fri. 4/4/08 9:42pm hippy dude:

country joe was only an accompanyment. to the fish- like rice-a-roni.
  Fri. 4/4/08 9:54pm bartelby:

Speaking of which, I have the Guess Who on the hold music just now
  Fri. 4/4/08 9:59pm bryan:

Odyssey is a pretty strong word. You have to fight krakens and make love to goddesses to elevate a normal journey to an odyssey.
  Fri. 4/4/08 10:03pm jOE:

Krackens are cool
  Fri. 4/4/08 10:04pm bartelby:

The kraken is norse though, whereas the word odyssey is not. We used to have to go to our neighbors house to play atari but we did have an odyssey. The hockey "guys" looked like tiny bulldozers.
  Fri. 4/4/08 10:06pm jOE:

I thought the Kraken was one of the Titans?
  Fri. 4/4/08 10:08pm Laurie:

Digital cable + DVR = happiness
  Fri. 4/4/08 10:12pm jOE:

Awsome song
  Fri. 4/4/08 10:13pm john:

nice face, shame about the bass
  Fri. 4/4/08 10:14pm p2:

where's the frank de vol? i've been waiting all nite :)/
  Fri. 4/4/08 10:14pm bartleby:

Kraken was one of the titans in the movie "Clash of the Titans." Not in actual Greek mythology. In Norse mythology a Kraken was a giant cephalaopod (octopus/squid thing). It may have been inspired by an actual giant cephalopod.
I would though advocate thinking twice before serving these bass(es?)http://jmcarroll-marinebio.blogspot.com/2006/03/vims-pfiesteria-bloom-never-happened.html
  Fri. 4/4/08 10:16pm ogee:

  Fri. 4/4/08 10:16pm jOE:

Yeah, I knew I didnt read that in bulfinchs. Another Hollywood conspiracy.
  Fri. 4/4/08 10:17pm ray harryhausen:

Christ already, let's get back to the DAGON FISH talk!
  Fri. 4/4/08 10:22pm bartleby:

Actually I think it's the cephalopods themselves that are behind that little imbroglio. They are the next dominant species, that is unless Guitar Hero acquires sentience.
  Fri. 4/4/08 10:26pm jOE:

Guitar Hero is an extention of the air guitar.
  Fri. 4/4/08 10:26pm sugarwolf:

Driving home & listening to you a few minutes ago, I was so worried that the playlist commentary would be about Phish rather than fish.
  Fri. 4/4/08 10:27pm bartleby:

Dagon is cool and all as fish gods go, but I am partial to Blibdoolpoolp myself:
  Fri. 4/4/08 10:32pm Slow Learner:

Enough already, egghead, you're scaring the regular guys off. I'm here to dish bass..
Guitar Hero is an extention of the pocket fisherman.
  Fri. 4/4/08 10:34pm p2:

And boy does it catch fish!
  Fri. 4/4/08 10:38pm bartleby:

Fine, I'll go hang out with my squid friends
  Fri. 4/4/08 10:39pm Rod N. Reel:

Let's not let the fish talk flounder.
  Fri. 4/4/08 10:43pm Brian in Oregon:

I'll take a stand: aint no bass like a wrasse ass bass, living in rocks 'round the GalopagAs.
  Fri. 4/4/08 10:49pm Brian in Oregon:

but far be it from me to assert or imply there are not other valid, or at least arguable, perspectives.
  Fri. 4/4/08 10:55pm jOE:

pocket fisherman was by popeel
  Fri. 4/4/08 10:59pm Brian in Oregon:

That pocket fisherman looks pretty cool.
  Fri. 4/4/08 11:07pm nudge nudge:

ya wanna see mine?
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