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Options May 28, 2008: Fourteen Hamsters

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
JUDSON POWELL  Gay Musicians   Options Multi-Purpose Singing Games/ LP #510  0:00:00 ()
BRATKO BIBIC  Intro a la Impro   Options Bratko Bibic & The Madleys of Bridko Bebic  0:01:49 ()
HELEN ECCLESTON  Sandy and Children Growing Songs   Options Songs to Grow 2  0:04:49 ()
SILLY PILLOWS  Puppies in the Park   Options Silly Image Pillowhead  0:07:28 ()
RICHARD TRYTHALL  Ommagio a Jerry Lee Lewis   Options V.A.: CMCD: Six Classic Concrete, Electroacoustic and Electronic Works  0:09:17 ()
ANAM MUNAR  Homework   Options El Aplauso  0:15:56 ()
RAYS OF SUNSHINE  Gotta Have Faith   Options Sing His Song  0:18:34 ()
ZAUBERFINGER  Distortion   Options Schizzo-Rock  0:22:21 ()
ESTHER JUNGREIS  Melanie   Options You Are a Jew  0:24:44 ()
JIMMY & CAROL OWENS  Meditation/ Astrology   Options Show Me!  0:30:53 ()
CLICK KIDS  We're Happy Christians   Options The Click Kids Are Comin'  0:36:53 ()
BLACKLIGHT BRAILLE  Joe Joe Chopped Off His Toe   Options The Dietless Tavern  0:39:33 ()
FLOYD ROBINSON  Hamsters Have More Fun   Options Presenting ... Huey the Hamster  0:50:41 ()
BEAT HAPPENING  Fourteen   Options Beat Happening  0:52:54 ()
JACKIE & MOE  Kids Have Feelings Too   Options I Love to Get High the Natural Way  0:54:46 ()
CHRIS ARIDAS  Suffering Servant Song   Options Out of the Darkness  0:58:21 ()
JACKIE & MOE  I Love to Get High   Options I Love to Get High the Natural Way  1:05:07 ()
MONTE DUNN & KAREN CRUZ  Never in My Life   Options Monte Dunn & Karen Cruz  1:09:02 ()
MIKE & SIMON  Ionia   Options unreleased live concert tape  1:12:11 ()
HUMAN BEINZ  Sueno   Options Nobody But Me  1:16:55 ()
DAN KNIGHT  A Waltz   Options Joy  1:19:03 ()
LEONARD COHEN  Stories of the Street   Options Songs of Leonard Cohen  1:21:52 ()
NICOLA  Manhagona   Options Leissem Lei Escapar  1:26:28 ()
GEORGE HARRISON  Red Lady Too   Options Wonderwall Music  1:28:45 ()
LEITH STEVENS/ RIP VAN RONKLE/ PAUL FREES/ VOICES OF WALTER SCHUMANN  Teleportation   Options Exploring the Unknown  1:35:46 ()
RAGNAR GRIPPE  Musique Douze   Options V.A.: Bits and Pieces/ EMS 30 Years  1:38:04 ()
BRIAN DEESON ET SON ORCHESTRE  Lukaya of Bangala   Options Dance and Mood Music Vol. 17  1:50:54 ()
TARPIGH  Chance   Options Monsieur Monsoon  1:52:56 ()
BRIAN DEESON ET SON ORCHESTRE  Xieng Mai   Options Dance and Mood Music Vol. 17  1:56:12 ()
ROBERT H. ELMORE  Fantasy on Nursery Tunes for Organ   Options Don Rolander Plays American Composers  2:02:48 ()
BRIGITTE FONTAINE & STEREOLAB  Calimero   Options 7"  2:09:42 ()
MAURICE JARRE  Just Testing   Options Soundtrack: Red Sun  2:16:00 ()
PLAIN JANE  Not the Same   Options Plain Jane  2:18:10 ()
STEPPENWOLF  None of Your Doing   Options The Second  2:22:26 ()
STEVE WARNER  track 1   Options Steve Warner  2:25:18 ()
DAVID BOWIE  Letter to Hermione   Options Space Oddity  2:27:58 ()
SAPPHIRE  Going Mobile   Options Sapphire  2:33:50 ()
STEVE MILLER BAND  Quicksilver Girl   Options Sailor  2:38:10 ()
BOB PRESCOTT  The Mosquito   Options Cartoons in Stereo  2:41:27 ()
PIERRE HENRY  Premonition   Options Interieur/ Exterieur  2:42:52 ()
ALICE MALAKINA  Yogarhythm   Options Paul Piot & Co  2:45:43 ()
BROTHERS UNLIMITED  Spoonful   Options Who's for the Young  2:47:57 ()
MELINA MERCOURI/ HENRY MANCINI  Christmas Eve on Skid Row   Options Soundtrack: Gaily, Gaily  2:51:22 ()
TIMMY THOMAS  Why Can't We Live Together   Options Why Can't We Live Together  2:54:10 ()

Listener comments!

  Wed. 5/28/08 12:02pm Sean Daily:

Gee, what a gay little song! I can truly say that this is one of the gayest little songs I've ever heard.
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:03pm Bad Ronald:

WOW - Comments 2 weeks in a row!
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:11pm Agostinho:

Experimental or somithing is wrong with the record
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:12pm fishmonkeystew:

Hiya Tony! I would like to hear some Rhinoceros Fork please. Thank you very much.
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:15pm Agostinho:

I understand now! Jerry Lee Lewis plus Electroacustic. Wierd, isn&acute;t.
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:17pm Agostinho:

  Wed. 5/28/08 12:19pm Mark Williams:

(sees comments/playlist - faints)
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:21pm Agostinho:

I need to do my homework too. My english is hopelees.
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:22pm Sean Daily:

Y'know, it's songs like "Gotta Have Faith" that make me seriously consider becoming an atheist.
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:25pm Brandon:

what, play list? you mean I don't need to quietly write notes to myself any longer?
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:27pm Agostinho:

Melaine took ice?
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:29pm Ken:

More Judson Powell!
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:29pm Agostinho:

Melaine will need to try cabala.
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:30pm Mark Williams:

people think you're taking the mickey, Tony. but you're really wearing a very gregorian style robe now, aren't you?
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:32pm Agostinho:

Very hippy this schedule.
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:39pm Sean Daily:

Blurgh. You're testing my faith with this playlist, Brother Tony.
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:39pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

believe it or not I heard this on our very own WCSB 89.3 FM last evening. What are the odds??
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:39pm Gigantor:

Very happy happy, these Christians...
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:39pm Agostinho:

I will traslate this song in my church classes.
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:41pm chris andrews:

Now i'm really happy!
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:47pm nicky andrews:

Dust be diamonds, water be wine. HAPPY! HAPPY! HAPPY! ALL THE TIME.. TIME.. TIME!
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:52pm nh_dave:

Wow this is creepy
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:53pm marionfrenchie:

I wanna be a Hamster !
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:54pm Sean Daily:

Dear God, and I thought Alvin and the Chipmunks were evil. That Floyd Robinson song chewed its way out of the lowest nether pits of hell.
  Wed. 5/28/08 12:55pm Agostinho:

Beat Happening are amazing. They are the king of low fi.
  Wed. 5/28/08 1:03pm Agostinho:

Very spiritualized this program.
  Wed. 5/28/08 1:09pm dei x:

Tony, welcome from your peanut gallery, and welcome to multitasking hell - you'll soon see the appeal of really long songs and pre-recorded shows. Or, you could just ignore the comments and get on with it.
  Wed. 5/28/08 1:16pm mike:

this track makes me think of dave longstreth of dirty projectors.
  Wed. 5/28/08 1:19pm Negator:

Tony Coulter, you are awesome. I love Wed.!
  Wed. 5/28/08 1:28pm Andrew:

T. Coulter...crowned DJ of the elite WFMU stable...my vote, yes.
  Wed. 5/28/08 1:31pm camelopard:

Sweet! Wonder Wall reprazent! Harrison is by far my favorite Beatle. Love is "Electronic Music" too...
  Wed. 5/28/08 1:38pm camelopard:

Are we meant to guess the show's theme (like reverse Pictionary)? I'm guessing it's spiritual-related. I'd love to hear 2 Foot Yard's "50 Miles" in that vein.
  Wed. 5/28/08 1:39pm dei x:

I'm just happy to be ragnar-rockin'.
  Wed. 5/28/08 1:40pm Gigantor:

I think its feelings. Nothing more than feelings...
  Wed. 5/28/08 1:49pm Mark Williams:

i fail to see how Ragnar advances the Lord's message, Tony.
  Wed. 5/28/08 1:59pm Ike:

Excellent otherworldliness!
  Wed. 5/28/08 2:12pm Negator:

Tony, you're a savant!
  Wed. 5/28/08 2:23pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

ah, a band we've heard of before!
  Wed. 5/28/08 2:32pm Agostinho:

The obvious: Bowie is great!
  Wed. 5/28/08 2:49pm Negator:

Bros Unlimited sounds really good to me. Thanx, Tone
  Wed. 5/28/08 2:56pm Negator:

"Christmas Eve on Skid Row"; too bad the wealthy man didn't take her up on that night of joy. I would have. Might of saved her life......
  Wed. 5/28/08 2:59pm Agostinho:

I&acute;ve listened this music with Sade or somethin very similar.
  Wed. 5/28/08 3:41pm Cozmic Eddie:

Suggestions for future programming:

1. Fred Neil - "Sessions" Capitol 1967
2. Soundtrack - "Diva" 1982- Lots of great stuff.
3. Soundtrack - "In Her Majesty's Secret Service" - There is an absolutely bizarre Christmas song of sorts on side 2 sung by a singer identified only as "Nina." Utterly weird in a way that would fit your format.
  Wed. 5/28/08 5:10pm mike tp:

loved the l.cohen tune hypnotic. more curly joe dorita and gary null.
  Tue. 6/3/08 9:40am Zach in Philly:

Trythall's "Ommagio a Jerry Lee Lewis" is a total trip! Wow, what a piece. It compliments the totally vivid dream I had last night of visiting you at your apartment (assuming you live an apartment). One highlight of the dream was seeing the rather elaborate altar built for the "The Electric Lucifer." It was a scale model of part of a Grecian city -- as impressive as peculiar (for a home decoration). My dream visit culminating with us accidentally buying tourist shirts. I didn't want to wake up but I was relieved to have not actually bought a tourist shirt.
Anyway, enjoying the rest of the show. It's amazingly always a treat. Thanks for the impressive effort that goes in to these things:-)
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