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The lazy calm at the week's start. A few live performances included, but mainly music with an ear tilted toward string-driven things. (Visit homepage.)

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Options April 7, 2008: No idle fingers her today, especially with Eric Carbonara and Nick Schillace!

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Artist Track Album Label
Matt Baldwin  Weissensee   Options Paths of Ignition  American Dust 
Steve Hackett  Spectral Mornings   Options Spectral Mornings  Famous Charisma 
Durutti Column  For Belgian Friends   Options Valuable Passages  Relativity Records 
Leonard Cohen  Master Song   Options Songs of Leonard Cohen  Columbia 
Amit Erez  Postcard   Options Amit Erez  Anova 
 
Music behind DJ:
Robyn Hitchcock 
Heart Full of Leaves   Options I Often Dream of Trains (I Wanna Go Backwards box set)  Yep Roc 
Noa Babayof  Marching Band   Options From a Window to a Wall  Anova 
Gary Higgins  Unable to Fly   Options Red Hash  Drag City 
Linda Perhacs  Parallelograms   Options Parallelograms  The Wild Places 
Nalle  voi ruusuni (o rose)   Options The Siren's Wave  Locust Music 
Mia Doi Todd  Night of a Thousand Kisses   Options Gia   
 
Music behind DJ:
Robyn Hitchcock 
Heart Full of Leaves   Options I Often Dream of Trains (I Wanna Go Backwards box set)  Yep Roc 
 


Live performance with Nick Schillace and Eric Carbonara
 
A douple-dip of fingerstyle guitarists played live on this program. Philly-based multi-instrumentalist and recording engineer Eric Carbonara thouroughly embraces all the bounties the wooden guitar offers. Eric's playing widely ranges from acoustic comtemplations of Andalusian Roma-Flamenco to the aggressively noisy. Carbonara is a regular improviser with Evil Eye Sound System & plays with Philly psych-rockers, Soft People. Also performing on the show was Nick Schillace, who is a disciple of the American primitive style of fretwork. Saved by his guitar at the last moment from becoming merely a journalist, Detroit-based Schillace instead became a musicologist who channels the spirit of John Fahey in his own works. Nick just released his second disc, "Landscape and People," on Burleytime Records, and plays with post-rock outfit In Door Park.
Nick Schillace  A Real State of Independence   Options    
Eric Carbonara  (untitled)   Options    
Nick Schillace  Your Memories of Oklahoma   Options    
Eric Carbonara  The Abortion of Autumn   Options    
Eric Carbonara & Nick Schillace  (improv)   Options    
 
Eric Carbonara  Caravan of the New Thorn   Options Exodus Bulldornadius  Locust Music 
Nick Schillace  Memoria Djalma   Options Landscape and People  Burly Time 
The Trolleyvox  On The Way Down   Options Smiling Faces, Studio Spaces: Live Music from Irene Trudel's Show  (WFMU premium CD) 
Jake Holmes  Dazed and Confused   Options The Above Ground Sound of Jake Holmes  Tower 
Lewis & Clarke  Blasts of Holy Birth   Options Blasts of Holy Birth  La Societe Expeditionnaire 
 
Music behind DJ:
Robyn Hitchcock 
Heart Full of Leaves   Options I Often Dream of Trains (I Wanna Go Backwards box set)  Yep Roc 
Robyn Hitchcock  Raining Twilight Coast   Options Eye (Part of the "I Wanna Go Backwards"collection)  Yep Roc 
Nick Lowe  Hope for us all   Options At My Age  Yep Roc 

Listener comments!

  Mon. 4/7/08 3:12pm Brian in Oregon:

Wow -- great opening selection Irene!
  Mon. 4/7/08 3:12pm tom:

First Comment WooHoo!!!
  Mon. 4/7/08 3:15pm tom:

Steve Hackett another GREAT ! which most don't even consider"" I liked a comment which PeterGabriel himself said once which is he always loves Steve's Guitar playing cos he wasn't so much into Notes and "Flash" he was into "Atmospheres" ...
  Mon. 4/7/08 3:16pm Wes:

Dude.....rock....on....(this is like a mix between Top Gun, Pink Floyd, and some dream-filled starship yet to be harnessed by any earthly considerations) (whether that's good or not, I dunno..)
  Mon. 4/7/08 3:20pm Irene:

I love listening to Steve Hackett every so often. Thank Listener Lenny for asking me to play it.
  Mon. 4/7/08 3:20pm Gears:

Durutti Column are great!
  Mon. 4/7/08 3:24pm Keith:

Wow...Steve Hackett. I heard it and said to myself "that sounds like the guitar from carpet crawlers, and sho' nuff...it was.
  Mon. 4/7/08 3:47pm north guinea hills:

thank god for linda perhacs and her ode to geometry
  Mon. 4/7/08 4:18pm z:

zzzzzzzzzzzzz
  Mon. 4/7/08 4:24pm Greg from Detroit:

great hearing Nick Schillace on this show! Hello from Detroit ...
  Mon. 4/7/08 4:28pm buck:

Hi Irene, Here is a title suggestion for Eric - Many Roads lead home
  Mon. 4/7/08 5:16pm Buck:

Beautiful Set Guys!!!!
  Mon. 4/7/08 5:20pm Droll:

Thanks for the rant on bad sound quality. I gave up XM because is sounds worse than my old cassettes (and XM has no soul, or worse, a bad soul -- merge with Sirius? Puhhleeeze).
How about a 256kbs WFMU stream? Eric's live stuff is beautiful and is not being paid justice.
  Mon. 4/7/08 5:33pm Ike:

I agree that XM's sound quality is awful. Sounds like a 12k AAC+ stream or worse. Droll, a 256k stream would cost WFMU a lot of money. Maybe it could be restricted to pledgers?? I don't know. I'm so glad I live in FM range! To me, FM sounds better than any MP3 stream. Anyway, today's first set was mind-blowing, Irene!
  Mon. 4/7/08 5:45pm Droll:

Hi Ike -- Yeah, I know it'd cost FMU 2x to let me listen to dead air and scratchy records at 256kbs, but as long as there's no BitTorrent for audio streams, out here in Seattle we're stuck with the MP3 stream.
I'd gladly rebroadcast FMU with my excess bandwidth... is that possible?
  Mon. 4/7/08 5:57pm Ike:

Droll, the only solution for you is to move to Newark! I have a room available for rent in my apt.! Do you like cats? Ha ha....
  Mon. 4/7/08 6:00pm bluebeetle:

droll you could capture the stream as an mp3 and use winamp/shoutcast/sam3 to rebroadcast about anything. oh and provo utah is digging wfmu.org alot
  Mon. 4/7/08 6:22pm Irene:

Thanks a lot guys! We try to make things sound as good as possible without bankrupting ourselves. Radio rules!
  Tue. 4/8/08 9:25pm Lenny:

..yes Steve Hackett! He's beyond his time and the time of this limited world....the music echos layers of feelings-past and present emotionals./Lenny
  Tue. 4/8/08 9:27pm Lenny:

..check out Tony Banks and espsecially Mike Rutherford's "Small Creep Day"/Lenny
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