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Options October 6, 2009: Talking Cheap 'bout Jason (Fill-in for Jason Sigal)

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Koby Israelite  Adon Haselichot   Options Is He Listening?  Tzadik  2009  CD    0:00:00 ()
The Mancini Project  Peter Gunn   Options Views of Mancini  FMR  2009  CD    0:05:30 ()
Fantomas  Experiment in Terror   Options The Director's Cut  Ipecac  2001  CD    0:08:47 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
James Plotkin / Mark Spybey 
  a peripheral blur  Kranky  1998  CD    0:14:45 ()
Grupo Soporte  Es Linga   Options El Jazz  self-released  2001  CD-R    0:15:34 ()
Killick  Waiting Theme   Options Exsanguinette  Solponticello  2009  CD    0:17:31 ()
All Scars  Relapse   Options Stretching Jupiter  Dotincircle  2001  CD  3-inch!  0:22:25 ()
Seabrook Power Plant  Occupation 1977   Options Seabrook Power Plant  Loyal Label  2009  CD    0:23:50 ()
Coptic Light  The Horse   Options Coptic Light  No Quarter  2005  CD    0:31:29 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
James Plotkin / Mark Spybey 
  a peripheral blur  Kranky  1998  CD    0:48:17 ()
Olaf Rupp / Marino Pliakas / Michael Wertmueller  Speed Swing   Options Too Much is Not Enough  FMP  2009  CD    0:47:54 ()
OffOnOff  Tickle (excerpt)   Options Slap and Tickle  Smalltown Superjazz  2009  CD  `  0:51:12 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
James Plotkin / Mark Spybey 
  a peripheral blur  Kranky  1998  CD    1:00:39 ()
Flipper  Why Can't You See   Options Love  MVD Audio  2009  CD    1:01:45 ()
Buzzov*en  Hollow   Options Sore  Roadrunner  1994  CD    1:07:22 ()
Ulver  Hymn I   Options The Madrigal of Night a/k/a Nattens Madrigal  Century Media  1996  CD    1:12:31 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
James Plotkin / Mark Spybey 
  a peripheral blur  Kranky  1998  CD    1:18:26 ()
Earth  Lens of Unrectified Night   Options Hex: Or Printing In The Infernal Method  Southern Lord  2005  CD    1:24:10 ()
Om  Meditation is the Practice of Death   Options God is Good  Drag City  2009  CD    1:29:12 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
James Plotkin / Mark Spybey 
  a peripheral blur  Kranky  1998  CD    1:40:02 ()
Michael Gordon  [Purgatorio] Popopera   Options [Purgatorio] Popopera  Cantaloupe  2008  CD    1:40:50 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
James Plotkin / Mark Spybey 
  a peripheral blur  Kranky  1998  CD    2:03:10 ()
AC/DC  Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap   Options Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap  ATCO  1976  CD    2:03:38 ()
Flash and the Pan  Down Among the Dead Men   Options Flash and the Pan  Renaissance  2008  CD  Originally released in 1979  2:07:54 ()
David Bowie  Friday on My Mind   Options Pin-Ups  Ryko  1990  CD  Originally released in 1973  2:12:01 ()
The Fiery Furnaces  Cups & Punches   Options I'm Going Away  Thrill Jockey  2009  CD    2:15:02 ()
Alvin Band  Ovum   Options Lady Portrait  Intelligent Noise  2009  CD    2:18:28 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
James Plotkin / Mark Spybey 
  a peripheral blur  Kranky  1998  CD    2:24:52 ()
Tyondai Braxton  Opening Bell   Options Central Market  Warp Records  2009  CD    2:25:18 ()
ZZZZ  Assassination Polka   Options Palm Reader  Polyvinyl  2004  CD    2:29:47 ()
The Rogers Sisters  Check Level   Options Three Fingers  Pure  2005  CD    2:34:50 ()
Noisettes  Don't GIve Up   Options What's the Time Mr. Wolf?  Universale  2007  CD    2:37:41 ()
The Slits  Trapped Animal   Options Trapped Animal  Narnack  2009  CD    2:40:11 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
James Plotkin / Mark Spybey 
  a peripheral blur  krank  1998  CD    2:47:26 ()
C. Spencer Yeh and Paul Flaherty  untitled   Options New York Nuts & Boston Beans  Important  2008  CD    2:50:50 ()
Petula Clark  The Show is Over   Options Beautiful Sounds: The Petula Clark Songbook  Castle  2000  CD    2:59:22 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 10/6/09 10:01am Cecile:

Kurt - first time I've heard your show and love it! I will have to get at your podcast and archives
  Tue. 10/6/09 10:03am Cecile:

Flipper are now a very good doom band.
They are not very Flippery any more though.
  Tue. 10/6/09 10:16am Cecile:

yay! ulver!
  Tue. 10/6/09 10:17am fishmonkeystew:

I find this show to be a perfect match with my Tuesday morning.
  Tue. 10/6/09 10:18am Carmichael:

Good morning Mr. Gottschalk, Ms. Cloutier and Mr. Stew.
  Tue. 10/6/09 10:19am Cecile:

Pronounced Suh-see-uhl.

Morning all!
  Tue. 10/6/09 10:19am jk:

bring it!
  Tue. 10/6/09 10:21am Cecile:

Like Lucille with a SUH instead of a LU
  Tue. 10/6/09 10:22am Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

Best. Font. Ever.
  Tue. 10/6/09 10:34am Carmichael:

Is this Times New Roman? Not that it matters, mind you. It still transacts information.
  Tue. 10/6/09 10:35am Cecile:

Nope, it's classic Courier.
The typewriter font of hardboiled journalists of choice
  Tue. 10/6/09 10:36am J-Mar:

I'll take Futura or Gill Sans any day over Courier.
  Tue. 10/6/09 10:41am Hugh:

Wow! I'm listening to your show, all of a sudden, a drop-out, & WFUV comes on, w/ a pledge drive! WTF?????
  Tue. 10/6/09 10:43am Carmichael:

I use Arial in my correspondence. It must say something about me. You are what you type.
  Tue. 10/6/09 10:48am J-Mar:

When it comes to emails, lately I've been grativating to Calibri -- I find it's a little classier than Arial.
  Tue. 10/6/09 10:48am pseu:

sounds great, Kurt!
  Tue. 10/6/09 10:51am GP:

Good morning all .<ding..hits return bar>
Have a great day. <ding..hits return bar>
Carbon copies will be distributed to all relevant
parties.<ding....etc.>

True story, I have (3) used IBM Selectric typewriters sitting under a table in my office. They await their renaissance. Courier font included.
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:03am Carmichael:

Ooooohhhhh, are they the kind with the type ball that spins when you type? Selectric III? They are so space-age.
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:03am Bilk:

I like the Courier, but not white on black. That's hard to read buddy.
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:03am Cecile:

I loved the several I had. They wore like iron.
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:04am fishmonkeystew:

I so want your coffee mug, Kurt. That is a boatload of awesome.
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:04am GP:

Angus Young mug?......Lucky!
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:05am PMD:

Whoa! Is this courier? New font!
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:07am Undertaker:

Cecile? OH, The Chatterbox!
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:07am dkc:

I do not tune in to wfmu to hear songs that are over played on classic rock stations. It is not funny, it is not cute.
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:07am Cecile:

YEAH
YEAH
I love them.
I love you dead BON!
there I said it.
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:07am GP:

Carmichael, those are exactly the kind.
I await the collapse of the Intertubes. Then my "zine" factory will start up to issue my missives and diatribes to the masses.....provided I can still find a mimeograph machine.
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:08am Carmichael:

Flash in the Pan!!!
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:08am Cecile:

yes. the chatterbox, person I don't remember ever encountering before.
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:10am Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

I just imagined biting down on a piece of aluminum foil and the phantom contact with my dental fillings is causing me immense pain. Why do I do things like this?
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:10am Carmichael:

Hey St. Peter was one of my favorite songs back then, when it was my favorite.
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:10am Ike:

I fear that I must agree with DKC. Sorry. But other than that, I've been really enjoying the show.

Hugh, are you listening on FM? Old analog tuner that slipped? Crappy clock radio? Otherwise, that makes no sense! WTF?!
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:15am Carmichael:

Hey, I know the connection. Harry Vanda and George Young (brother of Angus & Malcolm) were in both Flash and the Pan & The Easybeats.

My God, it's beginning to make sense. GP, get the Selectrics humming, it's a conspiracy!
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:18am GP:

Ike, most likely a mechanical "digital" clock radio, you know the type, with the numbers that are mechanically flipped.
It is kind of like the Fenway Park of clock radios.
I still have one and it still flips. Crazy. Can't hear FMU on it though, too far away.
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:33am radio ruido:

ahoy sir gottschalk...mmm fun polka steps...i used to have a Polkacide record that this would go well with... like blood & borscht...mmm
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:37am Ike:

GP, there is a big board at Newark Penn Station with mechanically flipping letters and numbers. I love it.

Rogers Sisters! Nice.
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:38am trivinostalgia:

A college roommate called my 70s Sony clock radio the "ting-phut" because that was the light little sound it made when the numbers flipped.
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:38am jk:

no! this song ruined by shoes
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:39am opm:

Am cutting myself on the sharp edges of this show, and it feels so good! Thanks, Kurt!
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:40am Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

The whirring of the Penn Station board as the letters and numbers flip in rapid succession when they update the trains is a sight and sound to behold.
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:42am GP:

Noisettes. Love her voice.

Ike and DDGATGOD, as soon as the one guy retires who knows how to fix it it will be a sad day indeed. Enjoy it while you can.
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:45am George Bailey:

You know what the four most exciting
sounds in the world are?
Anchor chains, plane motors, train whistles and the updating of the Penn Station schedule board.
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:54am jk:

exactly what I was hoping to hear on this program
thanks
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:55am Mr Potter:

You get back here this instant George Bailey!
  Tue. 10/6/09 11:57am Cecile:

C. Spencer Yeh could replace Animal on the muppet show. That's a compliment
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