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You see a blanket on the ground. It's your favorite color, smooth and soft. You can sit on it, or lie on it. It's a flying blanket, and you are the pilot. You are in control. You can fly anywhere you wish, just by thinking about it. You are the pilot.

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Options January 17, 2010: Sleep of the dead with guest Jozef Van Wissem

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Velvet Underground  Sunday Morning   Options Velvet Underground with Nico  Polydor  0:00:00 ()
Gregory Whitehead  The Catastrophe Class   Options Vol. G  Zelphabet  0:03:50 ()
Lethe  Untitled   Options Catastrophe Point #5  Intransitive  0:11:38 ()
Donato Epiro  Le Tigri Dell'Ira   Options Sounding the Sun  Stunned  0:27:10 ()
Hanatarah  Tottori   Options Vol. H  Zelphabet  0:34:17 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Kawaiitely Please 
Earwig Pow-wow   Options V/A: Ladyz in Noyz: An Addedum  Corpus Callosum  0:52:11 ()
Sun Ra And His Myth Science Solar Arkestra  Song No. 1   Options The Antique Blacks  Artyard  0:52:45 ()
 
 
Jozef Van Wissem live at WFMU
Jozef Van Wissem  How the Soul Has Arrived at Understanding of Her Nothingness   Options     1:01:50 ()
Jozef Van Wissem  Thelema   Options     1:07:55 ()
Jozef Van Wissem  The Heavens are Parting and the Spirit Descends Like a Dove   Options     1:17:07 ()
Jozef Van Wissem  Our Hearts Condemm Us   Options     1:13:48 ()
Jozef Van Wissem  In Him is No Sin   Options     1:20:21 ()
Jozef Van Wissem  How Long Will it Go On After You Have Gone   Options     1:24:28 ()
Jozef Van Wissem  It Is All That Is Made   Options     1:30:08 ()
Jozef Van Wissem  The Day is Coming   Options     1:30:17 ()
Jozef Van Wissem  The Ruined City Lies Desolate   Options     1:32:12 ()
Jozef Van Wissem  Love Is a Religion   Options     1:36:33 ()
Jozef Van Wissem  Interview   Options     1:41:55 ()

Listener comments!

  Sun. 1/17/10 7:06am fred:

Hello Dan. Here's hoping your being late is just a case of oversleeping and nothing's wrong
  Sun. 1/17/10 7:11am Dan B:

If only something were wrong! Then I'd have an excuse.
  Sun. 1/17/10 7:13am Bas, NL:

Morning Dan!
Looking forward to today's!
Just wanted to add the GX Jupitter-Larsen's Zelphabet series -while still growing- in all is such a fantastic collection!
  Sun. 1/17/10 7:27am Rachel Malheure:

I'd agree concerning GX. Great show so far!
  Sun. 1/17/10 7:32am fred:

Be careful what you wish for! In my book need for sleep is a totally legitimate reason for being late, especially when you can blame a newcomer to the family
  Sun. 1/17/10 7:39am Dan B:

Yeah this Zelphabet series is awesome. Gregory Whitehead -- hadn't heard from him for years, but he's so good! And Hanatarash? Who knew they still existed?
  Sun. 1/17/10 7:39am andy/sunderland:

I got up late too, which is ridiculous cos your show starts at 11am here. It is my day off though to be fair. And yes need for sleep is about as legit as it gets. Looking forward to Josef Van Wissem!
  Sun. 1/17/10 7:44am Bas, NL:

I talked to GX after a show just prior to the start to the series.. He told about the Zelphabet plan and I asked how he at all thought he could fill 26 volumes and he said he'd probably would end up having to invent some new letters! ;)
  Sun. 1/17/10 7:48am Ken From Hyde Park:

Do the bad songs make the good songs sound better in comparison?
  Sun. 1/17/10 7:49am andy/sunderland:

GX seems to have done some interesting stuff, I read that thing about his electron gun gig, crazy!

Here is my complaint. I meet a lot of people in my job and this week there were two people who had interesting jobs said 'Ohh I could tell you some stories' and then just said 'see you later' without telling any of said stories! People are obliged to tell stories if they say they have them. It's the law.
  Sun. 1/17/10 7:52am Pavel, Russia:

Hello. Dan bucket-head! Speak slowly please. We cannot understand your bucket pronunciation!
  Sun. 1/17/10 7:58am Dan B:

@Andy, as an attorney (my day job), I assure you that you are correct; it *is* the law. @Pavel, I will endeavor to speak more clearly next time I am on the microphone, or at least next time I have it activated and in proximity to my mouth-hole. @Ken, why yes, terrible songs serve the purpose of making a good song seem like a true relief. @Bas, maybe GX will turn to Cyrrilic letters when he's done with the English ones. And there's always Arabic, don't they have some letters?
  Sun. 1/17/10 7:58am Ken From Hyde Park:

Have you tried playing a good song and a bad song simultaneously? I'm just brainstorming here.
  Sun. 1/17/10 8:03am Bas, NL:

GX has a track record of re-defining standards.. no question he will this time as well. (Try google for the "Jupitter-Larsen ruler")
  Sun. 1/17/10 8:04am Dan B:

@Ken, good idea. Would we, on average, end up with a decent but not great song? I have tried playing a bad song backwards in the hope that it will then become good; it usually works pretty well.
  Sun. 1/17/10 8:09am Rachel Malheure:

joinin' the complaint, here is mine: a guy on the street asked me to choose a number out of 1-3 for a kind of a privat gameshow. I said 1. after making a terrific sound he said "you lost! had been 2." - so, if you're doin' such a gamshow on the street the participant may not loose! It's the law.
  Sun. 1/17/10 8:15am Dan B:

@Rachel, that is true. It *is* the law!
  Sun. 1/17/10 8:24am Rachel Malheure:

nice - this sound reminds me in a way of marin marais...
  Sun. 1/17/10 8:29am andy/sunderland:

"It *is* the law!" is such a great catchphrase. Dan if you ever get bored of doing a music show there's a call-in show in there somewhere :)
  Sun. 1/17/10 8:37am Dan B:

Love *is* the Law, Love Under Will.
  Sun. 1/17/10 8:39am Bas, NL:

Beautiful sounds by Jozef van Wissem. I am really looking forward to him joining James Blackshaw on stage. In my very hometown Utrecht this Friday!!
  Sun. 1/17/10 8:51am andy/sunderland:

It's cool to hear that the internet has helped people like Josef Van Wissem find an audience amidst all the Lars Ulrich style fear & ranting. The internet has certainly helped me as a listener!
  Sun. 1/17/10 8:56am Tom L:

A completely amazing performance and interview with Jozef Van Wissem. What a show!
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