Options Irene Trudel: Playlist from August 31, 2009 Options

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Options August 31, 2009: Mentally adrift on the ocean, bodily in Jersey City.

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Artist Track Album Label
Alexander Turnquist  In the Vein of Bedlam   Options Faint at the Loudest Hour  Revolver 
Color Rabbit  Me and the Merrigolds   Options Space Placement  Little Fury Things 
Mia Doi Todd and Andres Renteria  Samai'i   Options Morning Music  City Zen 
Carolyn Hester Coalition  Dedicated   Options Magazine  Sunbeam 
Juana Molina  El Vestido   Options Un Dia  Acqua Records 
 
Music behind DJ:
Alexander Turnquist 
The REM Cycle - Dream Phase   Options As the Twilight Crane Dreams in Color  VHF Records 
Patrick Watson  Down at the Beach / Man Like You   Options Wooden Arms  Secret City Records 
A Hawk and a Hacksaw  Turkiye   Options Deliverance  The Leaf Label 
Monkeyworks  Once the Elder, Always an Apprentice   Options Wailing Without a Harpoon   
Rudresh Mahanthappa's Indo-Pak Coalition  Adana   Options Apti  Innova 
 
Music behind DJ:
Alexander Turnquist 
The REM Cycle - Dream Phase   Options As the Twilight Crane Dreams in Color  VHF Records 
Wall Matthews & Rusty Clark  Sleazy Sue   Options Air Over Water   
Riceboy Sleeps  Howl   Options Riceboy Sleeps  XL 
Robert Wyatt  Alien   Options Shleep  Thirsty Ear 
Otto  Crua   Options Certa Manha Acordei de Sonhos Intranquilos  Nublu Records 
 
Music behind DJ:
Alexander Turnquist 
The REM Cycle - Dream Phase   Options As the Twilight Crane Dreams in Color  VHF Records 
Misty Roses  Dreaming of Delphine   Options Villainess  Frog Man Jake 
Musée Mécanique  Like Home   Options Hold This Ghost  FrogStand 
The Twin Atlas  The Ever Present   Options Good Light  Tappersize Records 
Pisces  Children Kiss Your Mother Goodnight   Options A Lovely Sight  Numero 
David Bazan  In Stitches   Options Curse Your Branches  Barsuk 

Listener comments!

  Mon. 8/31/09 3:10pm Sean Gostage:

First commetnt. perhaps?
  Mon. 8/31/09 3:26pm Parq:

Whatever happened to Sean Daily, anway? I kinda miss him. Irene, lovely melodies so far.
  Mon. 8/31/09 3:30pm mike tp 15x:

will be listening in archive time soon.seen 2 movies recent ponyo and inglorious basterds. loved them both. guy who did ponyo did spirited away. love your show irene. hey sean woo hoo
  Mon. 8/31/09 3:30pm Sean Gostage:

I loved the track you played last week from Juana Molina and had to get it, the cd has'nt arrived in the post yet but can't wait, this is another stonker of a track from Miss Molina
  Mon. 8/31/09 3:30pm GP:

Parq, you are reading my mind. I was going to ask Liz if she had heard from him.
  Mon. 8/31/09 3:31pm Sean Gostage:

Thanks Mike, woo hoo back to you my friend
  Mon. 8/31/09 3:32pm doug in DC:

Sean Daily was actually a bot that Kenny G developed to test the KenzoDB comments module. It was programmed to make a comment whenever the active playlist changed.
  Mon. 8/31/09 3:35pm Parq:

I thought Ponyo, his first movie about a tot since Tortoro, was lovely, and really dug the softer, more impressionistic backgrounds he used this time. Thanks, Doug, I always thought that was "Cheri".
  Mon. 8/31/09 3:47pm Irene:

Movie-wise I also recommend "In the Loop" for fans of political satire. Moves very quick, but it's a brilliant comedy on governmental self-importance.
  Mon. 8/31/09 3:52pm GP:

Wait, what? Sean was/is a robot? Nahhh, he would carry on a conversation...unless he was a really smart machine. If that is the case, I welcome my robot overlords. "Klaatu barada nikto"

Paul the Postman has been absent as well and Gumby and a host of others. We need to start a "where is" page.
  Mon. 8/31/09 3:54pm Chris:

Yeah, and Seanbot wasn't always first, though I suppose you could program "Woo-hoo, second!"
  Mon. 8/31/09 3:57pm Sean Gostage:

Is'nt Sean form my side of the pond, Manchester I think
  Mon. 8/31/09 3:58pm Bad Ronald:

I think Sean's from Vegas but Postman Paul's from Brighton...
  Mon. 8/31/09 4:00pm GP:

What are you up to Bad Ron? How is your band doing?
  Mon. 8/31/09 4:04pm GP:

This Adana track is nice Irene.
  Mon. 8/31/09 4:06pm Steve:

Hi Irene (and all listeners),

Great music; Pat Methaney would be proud.
  Mon. 8/31/09 4:07pm doug in DC:

OK, I made the whole thing up. I was going to admit to it, but I got curious to see how many people would believe it. Sorry if that qualifies as a troll. But on the subject of music, those Patrick Watson tracks really stood out, I'll be looking for his releases.
  Mon. 8/31/09 4:07pm north guinea hills:

always was curious about rudresh mahanthappa...
  Mon. 8/31/09 4:09pm Steve:

Alto saxophonist Rudresh Mahanthappa came to New York City in 1997 and immediately began to integrate himself into the jazz scene. Work as a sideman was steady, but his true passion was to become a bandleader, something he attempted on his debut album Yatra. Although the album was received well, the limited distribution kept Mahanthappa's name from getting out and he stayed in the area to continue performing. More side work and a teaching gig kept him busy, but in 2002, he came back to the studio and laid down Black Water for Red Giant Records. - All Music Guide
  Mon. 8/31/09 4:10pm skintune:

go see the Indo-pak if you can - Dan weiiss is a great drummer
  Mon. 8/31/09 4:28pm paula:

what a great show so far. this wyatt track is part of one of my very favorite albums...THANKS, Irene!!
  Mon. 8/31/09 4:36pm Bad Ronald:

Hey GP, thanks for askin, doing well and you?
  Mon. 8/31/09 4:36pm north guinea hills:

well, i live in nyc, so i'll probably see a gig w/ him sometime.
  Mon. 8/31/09 4:40pm Bad Ronald:

Just cut a new spot:
http://tinyurl.com/npb7ru

but save it til after Irene's awesome show...
  Mon. 8/31/09 4:43pm Steve:

All these wonderful stringed songs makes me think of Zeppelin's Bron-yr-aur - can you play it?

XOXO
  Mon. 8/31/09 4:54pm Francisco Torres:

"Bron-To-Saur"?
  Mon. 8/31/09 4:56pm GP:

10-4 Bad Ronald and thanks.
  Mon. 8/31/09 4:58pm ?:

is he the guy from pedro the lion? i like it lots as i like elliot smith
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