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Options August 20, 2008: Am I hurting your planet? So sorry.

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Lee Morgan  Yes I Can, No You Can't (edit)   Options The Gigolo  0:00:00 (Real)
Steinski  What Was Raymond Doing With His Hands? (A Soundtrack for a Real Swinger of a Nightmare)   Options blogs.villagevoice.com/music  0:06:54 (Real)
The Chemical Brothers w/Fatlip  Salmon Dance   Options We Are the Night  0:19:20 (Real)
Bevis Frond  Flood Warning   Options Hit Squad  0:24:37 (Real)
B(if)tek  Bedrock   Options 2020  0:27:51 (Real)
The Bran Flakes  Hi   Options I Have Hands  0:33:53 (Real)
The Bran Flakes  I Have a Friend   Options I Have Hands  0:35:25 (Real)
The Caliban Quartet of Bassoonists with Bill Douglas  Dinner Music for a Pack of Hungry Cannibals   Options Feast  0:38:28 (Real)
Glen Campbell  Jesus   Options Meet Glen Campbell  0:45:22 (Real)
Pete & The Pirates  Dry Wings   Options Little Death  0:48:24 (Real)
Tara Jane O'Neill  They Don't Know   Options Bridging the Distance  0:51:15 (Real)
McCoy Tyner  The Night Has a Thousand Eyes   Options Afro Blue  0:54:31 (Real)
The Peter Ivers Band (vocal: Yolande Bavan)  Showroom Model   Options The Knight of the Blue Communion  0:59:04 (Real)
Cincinnati University Singers  Father's a Drunkard, and Mother Is Dead   Options The Hand That Holds the Bread - Songs of Progress and Protest in the Gilded Age 1865-1893  1:07:21 (Real)
The Wrights  You're the Kind of Trouble   Options self-titled  1:11:24 (Real)
Minisnap  Crooked Mile   Options Bounce Around  1:14:03 (Real)
The Embarrassment  Train of Thought   Options Heyday 1979-1983  1:17:09 (Real)
Roky Erickson & the Aliens  It's A Cold Night For Alligators   Options I Have Always Been Here Before: The Roky Erickson Anthology  1:19:56 (Real)
Tuatara  Pimpin' for the Muse   Options Cinemathique  1:22:54 (Real)
The Metropole Orchestra performs Roger Roger  Scenic Railway   Options Grands Travaux: Music for Film Production 1956-1966  1:26:53 (Real)
Juliana Hatfield  Raisans   Options Forever Baby  1:34:35 (Real)
Carl Stalling and the Warner Bros. Orchestra  Have You Got Any Castles?   Options That's All Foks! Cartoon Songs From Merrie Melodies & Looney Tunes  1:37:54 (Real)
Harry Hosono & the World Shyness  Yume-Miru Yaku-Soku   Options Flying Saucer 1947  1:44:06 (Real)
Amy LaVere  Killing Him   Options Anchors & Anvils  1:47:23 (Real)
Glen Campbell  Times Like These   Options Meet Glen Campbell  1:53:24 (Real)
Suddenly, Tammy!  Hard Lesson (demo mix)   Options Soil X Samples 7" single (1995)  1:56:46 (Real)
Clifford Brown & the Max Roach Quintet  George's Dilemma   Options Study in Brown  1:59:58 (Real)
Bon Iver  Re: Stacks   Options For Emma, Forever Ago  2:05:31 (Real)
Fireworks  The Augurs of Spring (Dances of the Young Girls)   Options The Rite of Spring  2:17:28 (Real)
Fireworks  Game of Abduction   Options The Rite of Spring  2:21:54 (Real)
AnnaSophia Robb  Keep Your Mind Wide Open   Options Bridge to Terabithia  2:22:26 (Real)
The Delgados  All Rise   Options Hate  2:26:00 (Real)
The 23rd Turnoff  Michael Angelo (IBC Studios single version)   Options The Dream of Michaelangelo  2:30:53 (Real)
The Whipsaws  Mr. Soul   Options 60 Watt Avenue  2:33:01 (Real)
The Coleman Hawkins Quartet  Love Song From "Apache"   Options Today and Now  2:40:58 (Real)
Amy Annelle  Litch   Options A School of Secret Dangers  2:45:00 (Real)
Virginia Astley  Morning - A Summer Long Since Passed   Options From Gardens Where We Feel Secure  2:48:48 (Real)

Listener comments!

  Wed. 8/20/08 3:04pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I can almost see credits rolling across a screen when I hear Lee Morgan every Wednesday.
  Wed. 8/20/08 3:04pm efd:

I can't believe you didn't let Kenny G run over! Even I was enjoying hearing that game, and I'm a Red Sox fan!
  Wed. 8/20/08 3:04pm Gigantor:

It's Irwin Time! Thank the Lord (or whomever) --one more minute of that Yankee game would have put me over the edge...
  Wed. 8/20/08 3:11pm BSI:

Man With the Golden Arm = one of the BSI top five flicks ever. .... ahh...
  Wed. 8/20/08 3:24pm Lizardner Dave:

I just tuned back in...did the Yanks win?
  Wed. 8/20/08 3:27pm C:

No. Irwin won
  Wed. 8/20/08 3:30pm Lizardner Dave:

Irwin won? That means 4 more years of Republican rule.....
  Wed. 8/20/08 3:31pm Jim:

Yo homies!
  Wed. 8/20/08 3:31pm Irwin:

Allahu Akbar!
  Wed. 8/20/08 3:33pm Sean Daily:

Lizardner Dave: Right now, I don't care if our next president is from the Silly Party. If he can fix 8 years of Dubya, that's cool by me.

(You do realize that such an attitude helped to get Hitler elected chancellor, of course)
  Wed. 8/20/08 3:36pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

not even the Bran Flakes can fix that.
  Wed. 8/20/08 3:36pm Lizardner Dave:

I wasn't being pro or con anything, just making an observation based on the statement "Irwin won". I assume he would consider such a happening a "win" for him based on his stated political preferences.
  Wed. 8/20/08 3:39pm Sean Daily:

Apologies, Dave. I misunderstood (story of my life).
  Wed. 8/20/08 3:40pm Steve Barton:

Waves over his head his personally signed copy of Liberal Fascism by Jonah Goldberg as if it was penned by that cheese-ball-head-guy on the side of the building NBC keeps showing in Peking.
  Wed. 8/20/08 3:47pm Sean Daily:

Glen Campbell: "Jesus, help me find my proper place."
Jesus: "It's right over there, behind the Dumpster and next to that homeless guy..."
Glen Campbell: "Um... okay..."
  Wed. 8/20/08 3:48pm Sean Daily:

Stars are falling from the sky! Ow ow ow hot hot ow...
  Wed. 8/20/08 3:50pm north guinea hills:

i'm going to have to pick up that new glen campbell album
  Wed. 8/20/08 3:52pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Pick it up, and throw it against something hard.
  Wed. 8/20/08 4:01pm Laura:

Hearing Afro Blue and thinking of the big Buckminster Fuller show at the Whitney makes me want to hear that Bucky and jazz thing. You know the one.
  Wed. 8/20/08 4:03pm north guinea hills:

what is that four organ's (reich) realization behind you, irwin?
  Wed. 8/20/08 4:04pm Jen:

kirsty maccoll.
  Wed. 8/20/08 4:04pm efd:

Kirsty McColl!!
  Wed. 8/20/08 4:04pm Irin:

Kirsty Macoll yep!
  Wed. 8/20/08 4:05pm Jonathan Marx:

I think Kirsty MacColl wrote "They Don't Know."
  Wed. 8/20/08 4:05pm efd:

Jen with the correct spelling
  Wed. 8/20/08 4:05pm Fernando Vidal:

Yes, Kirsty McColl. Mrs. Steve Lillywhite to you!
  Wed. 8/20/08 4:09pm north guinea hills:

damn, i need a drink!
  Wed. 8/20/08 4:09pm north guinea hills:

i'm looking at you cinncinnati university singers!
  Wed. 8/20/08 4:12pm Ike:

Oh no. I spy some apostrophe abuse with my obsessive eye! <foams at mouth> Good show.
  Wed. 8/20/08 4:18pm Todd in Oakland:

The Embarrasment are playing a reunion show this month in Wichita KS
  Wed. 8/20/08 4:36pm north guinea hills:

wow, juliana covering old school dinosaur...

as for the apostrophe, i am guilty of not utilizing quotation marks to denote "four organs" as the title of the piece, that would make it more clear that "four organs" it the noun that possesses the realization....
  Wed. 8/20/08 4:46pm Ike:

Yeah, that was my favorite Juliana H. performance ever. I like female vocals with more edge.

Apostrophe-wise, wouldn't it be Four Organs' realization? Although I would still argue against apostrophe usage there. Nothing wrong with saying "Four Organs realization." "Four Organs" is adjectival in that phrase, no?
  Wed. 8/20/08 4:52pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

No!
  Wed. 8/20/08 4:53pm Irwin:

LOL!
  Wed. 8/20/08 4:54pm Vicki - PLU:

YAYYY!!! Glen Campbell while cooking dinner! Thanks Irwin!!
  Wed. 8/20/08 4:56pm la la la:

no. do NOT meet glenn campbell. RUN AWAY.
  Wed. 8/20/08 5:00pm Lizardner Dave:

Glen Campbell beat the Yankees?
  Wed. 8/20/08 5:05pm Steve Barton:

He beat those Yankees with Kirsty MacColl's apostrophes galore.
  Wed. 8/20/08 5:05pm Ike:

Poor phrasing. But no apostrophe is needed. (I wonder why I am a slave to such obsessions. Listening to Clifford Brown & the Max Roach Quintet helps.)
  Wed. 8/20/08 5:12pm claude:

Ask Trouble how to pronounce Bon Iver.
  Wed. 8/20/08 5:18pm Irwin:

It's pronounced "Bon Iver." Swear.
  Wed. 8/20/08 5:19pm north guinea hills:

yeah, as said, i should have used quotation marks. i wonder why i have such an aversion to using periods....
...maybe they're too definitive for me....
  Wed. 8/20/08 5:20pm north guinea hills:

ok, time to head over to the lincoln center, see y'all there.... (growing up in the south implants that word permanently in your head)
  Wed. 8/20/08 5:24pm cursorx:

wow, that fireworks verison of the Rite of Spring was dead on. Hopefully they performed the whole piece.
  Wed. 8/20/08 5:26pm Laura:

"Four-Organ Realization" is the better choice, an adjectival compound preceding the noun that nicely skirts the awkwardness of plural possessive apostrophe.
  Wed. 8/20/08 5:30pm Ike:

Normally I'd go that way, but isn't hyphenating the title of a piece of music awkward too? Awesome analysis, though. OK, I'm off to Lincoln Center too.
  Wed. 8/20/08 5:35pm Laura:

It's perfectly fine to hyphenate a title of a piece of music.
  Thu. 8/21/08 3:48pm Fritz Paper:

That Yankee game was really on WFMU? I thought there was something wrong with my internet connection.
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