Options Airborne Event with Dan Bodah: Playlist from June 27, 2010 Options

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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 June 27, 2010: Wake up, no for reals!

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Velvet Underground  Sunday Morning   Options The Velvet Underground with Nico  Polydor    0:00:00 ()
N/A  Cuckoo Clocks/Grandfather Clock   Options 100 Sound Effects  Distributions Madacy    0:05:56 ()
Karen Waltuch/Jonah Sachs/Craig Colorusso  #2   Options Live on WFMU's Airborne Event 3/27/2002  No label  Karen Waltuch:


Jonah Sacks:


Craig Colorusso:


Original playlist: http://wfmu.org/playlists/shows/2951
 
0:08:12 ()
N/A  Fireworks   Options 100 Sound Effects  Distributions Madacy    0:31:04 ()
Daniel Wright  Interview about Lesuhorve, WFMU Studios, aired 9/30/02   Options N/A  N/A 
Click the image of the brain learning to speak Lesuhorve for the official website of the language.
 
0:36:18 ()
Rotten Piece  #1 at WFMU, aired 5/18/2003   Options N/A  N/A 
click - free downloads
 
0:40:46 ()
N/A  Hypnosis sequence   Options Quitting Smoking Through Hypnosis  No label    0:52:59 ()
 
Dan Bodah  American Demonology (originally aired   Options None  None 
Original playlist has more info: http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/8918
 
1:02:27 ()
Tom Carter  For Four Cs, live at WFMU   Options None  None 
original playlist at http://wfmu.org/playlists/shows/7441
 
1:09:39 ()
Tim Eriksen  John Colby's Hymn, recorded at WFMU   Options    
Check out Tim's Youtube stream-- amazing homemade videos of him playing in the countryside of Western Mass with fabulous sound.
 
1:20:29 ()
 
None  Belly Laugh/Baby Crying/Rainstorms from various sources   Options None  None    1:38:55 ()
Dan Bodah  Dronecasts #2 & #5   Options None  None 
 
1:50:01 ()
Simon Wickham-Smith  Plourez Dames, aired on WFMU   Options None  None 
Originally aired 5/23/2004
 
1:51:21 ()
TS Eliot  Ash Wednesday   Options TS Eliot Reading Poems and Choruses  Caedmon    1:55:49 ()
 
None  Rapids of the Spokane River rec. Dan Bodah   Options None  None    2:10:30 ()
Double Leopards  Cruel Daughter of the Abyss   Options None  None 
Recorded live at WFMU, aired 6/22/2003
 
2:16:42 ()
Fear & Trembling  Ry Cooder   Options None  None  Fear & Trembling is sadly defunct. They had one little 3" cd release called The Sligo River in limited quantities on the defunct JMZ Records label (also released Tyondai Braxton's first CD). Members were Harry Rosenblum, saxamaphone; Noell Dorsey, vocal/keyboard/melodica; and Casey Block, guitar. They're all still doing great things, check them out on google.
Recorded live at WFMU, aired on 4/20/2005
 
2:32:30 ()
Enos Slaughter  Arlington Massachusetts Indian Classical Music   Options None  None 
Review of their record Saloth Sar, which used material from this session, is here.
Recorded live at WFMU, aired 2/2/2003
 
2:39:40 ()
Aarktica  Untitled #1   Options None  None  Aarktica is Jon DeRosa

Recorded at WFMU, aired 2/13/2002
 
2:50:54 ()

Listener comments!

  Sun. 6/27/10 6:07am Looms:

Morning Dan and everyone. Great opening!
  Sun. 6/27/10 6:09am Tom L:

Mornings Dan, Looms and the world.
  Sun. 6/27/10 6:10am Looms:

Hello Tom!
  Sun. 6/27/10 6:10am Dan B:

Morning Tom, Looms, all.
  Sun. 6/27/10 6:16am Looms:

This impro sounds great, thanks for digging it out.
  Sun. 6/27/10 6:33am Looms:

Did anyone go to Ware and experience Craig Colorusso Sun Boxes yesterday?
  Sun. 6/27/10 6:50am Dan B:

Will be digging out a lot of old performances from the show today and a lot of spoken word/sound effects records. Even some music that's on records, too!
  Sun. 6/27/10 6:55am Bas, NL:

Good morning all!
Black coffee, musique noire.. sunny outside. Just how i love my Sundays!
  Sun. 6/27/10 7:01am Looms:

How many of you came to the station today, Dan?
  Sun. 6/27/10 7:16am osmium yttrium toilet:

hi!
  Sun. 6/27/10 7:20am andy/s:

Morning/afternoon! This is good for soothing your mind ahead of the World Cup match
  Sun. 6/27/10 7:22am Dan B:

Hey Osmium -- you're up early! @Andy, unfortunately, no World Cup match for USA today. But I must admit, that 2nd Ghanaian goal was a fabulous play. It was a good match.
  Sun. 6/27/10 7:24am ununppennium:

this MUST be a banjo playing?
  Sun. 6/27/10 7:30am andy/s:

@Dan It was a great match! Really close overall, I think you only lost because Mick Jagger was in the stadium supporting you. I hope he doesn't turn up today.
  Sun. 6/27/10 7:32am Looms:

Dan, watch out! There's a doppelganger sitting beside you!
  Sun. 6/27/10 7:35am uranium:

@Andy,it was!
  Sun. 6/27/10 7:38am Dan B:

@ununpentium, that was definitely a banjo playing! @Andy, I agree -- it simply cannot help for Sir Mick to be rooting for us. I have to say that I am very pleased we came as far as we did, just because it makes Americans more likely to realize how great soccer/nonamerican football is
  Sun. 6/27/10 7:44am uranus:

just beacause it was 2:1 we'll still be playing
in round of 16.
  Sun. 6/27/10 7:45am Tom L:

Fantastic show today, Dan. Just so you know, with those images in the Comments box, the Listener Comments column is killed on an iPad. Not that it matters. @Looms -- I was going to go to Sun Boxes, but went to see Omar Souleyman and Tinariwen instead. I really wish I'd been able to do both. And way to go Ghana! Down with nationalism.
  Sun. 6/27/10 7:49am lopki8ihennose:

shana loves the rainstorm.
  Sun. 6/27/10 7:54am moldymind:

tinariwen were simply amazing... no better show yesterday
  Sun. 6/27/10 7:54am Looms:

@Tom: i wish i was ubiquitous too. I guess it was a nice gig anyway.
  Sun. 6/27/10 7:55am moldymind:

and made it down to the Apples in Stereo show at the sea port with fireworks... great day in nyc
  Sun. 6/27/10 7:58am moldymind 2:

this is funny.
  Sun. 6/27/10 8:00am Dan B:

@Tom, yeah, it looks better after the comments are closed - you can pull the comments column narrower though, I think that helps. I can't believe I missed Tinariwen and Souleyman. @Moldymind2 - yes, TS needs to be slowed down a bit to sound a somber as he is, and Simon Wickham-Smith's bass-drone works well with him.
  Sun. 6/27/10 8:13am Tom L:

@Dan B: on the iPad you can't do anything with the columns (they are fixed). Souleyman was the best of the three SummerStage performances yesterday, I thought. More inspired/inspiring. Tinariwen were fantastic, but the ecstasy isn't there in their music, so to follow Souleyman was a tough job.
  Sun. 6/27/10 8:27am Looms:

This Double Leopards' track is insidiously disturbing my neurons. Excellent job.
  Sun. 6/27/10 8:28am moldymind:

Souleyman's a good toaster, mc, his dj, beat guy was excellent and his show was exciting.... however... tinariwen played some great swampy slowed down grooves... hypnotic chugging rhythms... lots of soul... Ibrahim's Delta inspired blues stylings by way of Mali lifted the sound into an ecstatic deep trance... their set had the true spirit of the dead, not that group that played coney island yesterday....
  Sun. 6/27/10 8:34am andy/s:

@Dan - the soccerball is a good sport, it's low scoring and sometimes has long periods where nothing much happens, but who doesn't love long meditative stuff?

@peoplewhosawsouleyman He was over here in May and someone crowdsurfed over me in a banana costume during his set. It was a real party!
  Sun. 6/27/10 8:40am andy/s:

@uranus was that USA Ghana game like when you beat England 1-1?
  Sun. 6/27/10 8:44am Tom L:

@moldymind I was right uop front and could see off to the sides of the stage the whole time. There was something disturbing about seeing Tinariwen off stage watching Souleyman in Western clothes, black t-shirts, jeans, and then appearing on stage in their costumes. The clothes should be there just for effect (or affect for that matter). But, they still put on a great show.
  Sun. 6/27/10 8:44am Davice:

Enjoying the show this am
  Sun. 6/27/10 8:45am moldymind:

my three and a half year old daughter was with me yesterday and she loved the show at summer stage.... souleyman and tinariwen... they were both great and the bellydancer was a real surprise... she came out and stood in the crowd for the tinariwen set, stage front....
  Sun. 6/27/10 8:46am Dan B:

@all, so jealous about missing the Souleyman/Tinariwen. But at least I could Tinariwen on Rob W's WFMU show the other week live from the Bell House.
  Sun. 6/27/10 8:47am Tom L:

I meant to say the clothes should NOT be there just for effect... I was there with my 9 year old son and he loved it too. It was great seeing so many kids there getting into it.
  Sun. 6/27/10 8:52am Davice:

DB keep up the good work
  Sun. 6/27/10 8:57am moldymind:

i was at the bellhouse show last winter... they're playing there tonight... but i can't make it... stage costumes are showbiz... everybody's got their stage attire.... i imagine when they recorded their last album with a mobil unit in the desert they wore their robes and stuff... must be tuff walking through airports like that... enjoy the day, the baby woke up and i gotta do laundry...
  Sun. 6/27/10 9:00am Looms:

Oh my! This daydream has come to an end.
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