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Options July 9, 2010: Pseudonyms Are Real

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Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
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Bridget St. John  Sparrowpit   Options BBC Radio 1968-1976    0:03:39 ()
Michael Hurley  How Can I Leave?   Options v/a: Migrating Bird - The Songs of Lal Waterson    0:06:42 ()
Jan Johansson  Nara hemmet   Options Jazz pa Ryska    0:09:29 ()
Sybille Baier  Remember the Day   Options Colour Green    0:11:34 ()
Flanger  Music Is Our Secret Code   Options Spirituals    0:13:29 ()
Bill Frisell  That's Alright, Mama   Options Disfarmer    0:15:43 ()
Gypsy  Mariah   Options v/a: Hit Replay - Tony Coulter's 2009 WFMU Marathon Premium  orig. on LP Ladies Love Outlaws  0:18:50 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Samuel J. Hoffman 
Jet / Fame (from Perfume Set to Music)   Options Thermemin box set    0:22:53 ()
Les Loups Noirs D'Haiti  Jet Biguine   Options v/a: Tumbele! Biguine, afro and latin sounds from the French Caribbean, 1963-74    0:30:57 ()
Henri Bowane  Fou-Nous-La-Paix   Options Double Take — Tala Kaka  An important figure in Central/West. African music, but he recorded only one album. Info here   0:34:22 ()
Kale-Roger and Rochereau with the Orchestre African Jazz  Afrika Mokili Mobimba   Options v/a: African Dances  from 1st LP release on John Storm Roberts's Original Music label  0:40:54 ()
Konono No. 1  Guiyome   Options Assume Crash Position    0:43:25 ()
The Mebusas  Mr. Bull Dog   Options v/a: The World Ends Afro Rock & Psychedelia in 1970s Nigeria    0:46:41 ()
The Otarus  Omohupa   Options     0:50:34 ()
Joe Bataan with Los Fulanos  Subway Joe   Options King of Latin Soul    0:53:56 ()
Catalyst  Ain't It the Truth   Options The Complete Recordings, Vol. 1    0:57:25 ()
 
In honor of First Annual Albert Ayler Festival, sponsored by Issue Project Room and ESP Live, on Roosevelt Island. Info here
Albert Ayler interviewed by   interview (excerpts)   Options   interviewed by Kiyoshi Koyama for Swing Journal, July 25, 1970 in France  1:09:07 ()
Albert Ayler  Love Cry / Truth Is Marching In / Our Prayer   Options Holy Ghost - Rare and Unissued Recordings, 1962-70  recorded at John Coltrane's funeral, July 21, 1967, NYC - w/ Don Ayler, Richard Davis, Milford Graves  1:27:25 ()
Chris Knox  The Joy of Sex   Options Yes!    1:38:27 ()
Ideal  Berlin   Options v/a: A Reference of Female Fronted Punk Rock Bands    1:42:05 ()
Soom T  Puff That Weed   Options v/a: Wire Tapper 23    1:45:11 ()
Eddy Current Suppression Ring  Memory lane   Options Primary Colors    1:48:35 ()
X  True Love   Options Live at the Whiskey A-Go-Go on the Fabulous Sunset Strip    1:52:03 ()
L.A. Drugs  Public Park   Options L.A. Drugs    1:54:45 ()
Forcefield  Endless Dribbler   Options Roggaboggas    1:56:08 ()
Yoko Ono  Mind Train   Options Onobox    1:59:12 ()
  Yoko Ono "Grapefruit" public service / audience participation segment volume 1

"Tuna Fish Sandwich Piece"

Imagine one thousand suns in the

sky at the same time.

Let them shine for one hour.

Then, let them gradually melt

into the sky.

Make one tunafish sandwich and eat.

Klaus Beyer  He Jude   Options v/a: Musik Oblik - Musics in the Margins vol. 2    2:11:41 ()
Okapi  Bah!   Options Love Him    2:15:19 ()
Norman Rose, Melissa Manchester & Christopher Guest  Deteriorata   Options National Lampoon Radio Diner    2:18:57 ()
Carol Ford  Your Well Ran Dry   Options v/a: R&B Hipshakers - Teach Me to Monkey    2:23:28 ()
(infinity symbol)  (palindrome record)   Options 7"  sounds same played backwards or forwards, beginning to end, or end to beginning!  2:25:40 ()
Growing  Massive Dropout   Options Pumps!    2:29:25 ()
Milan Knizak  Composition No. 4 (excerpt)   Options Broken Music  music made from broken records  2:30:27 ()
The Louvin Brothers  Weapon of Prayer   Options v/a: Atomic Platters    2:32:31 ()
Magik Markers  7/23   Options Balf Quarry    2:35:42 ()
Ralph White  See That My Grave Is Kept Clean   Options The Mongrel's Hoard    2:39:01 ()
Maxime de la Rochefoucauld  Kuou   Options Orkestraki  Music by automates! Info!   2:52:40 ()
Willy Nelson  Rainbow Connection   Options Rainbow Connection     

Listener comments!

  Fri. 7/9/10 9:31am texas scott:

i like the smell this show emits.
  Fri. 7/9/10 9:35am sydneysider:

David

I knew nothing about Disfarmer so it's great to leaern something new! Here's the stuff about his name...

The Disfarmer Story
The eccentric photographer known as Disfarmer (1884-1959) seemed to be a man determined to shroud himself in mystery. Born Mike Meyers, the sixth of seven children in a German immigrant family, Disfarmer rejected the Arkansas farming world and the family in which he was raised.
Mike Disfarmer
He even claimed at one point in his life that a tornado had lifted him up from places unknown and deposited him into the Meyers family.

Not a "Farmer"
In time Mike expressed his discontent with his family and farming by changing his name to Disfarmer. In modern German "meier" means dairy farmer, and since he thought of himself as neither a "Meyer" nor a "farmer," Mike Meyer became "dis"- farmer.
  Fri. 7/9/10 10:11am mb:

one of the best interviews i've ever heard. very moving.
  Fri. 7/9/10 10:20am Cecile:

wow, what a sharp, lively man.
It's amazing to finally hear his voice.
Glad the rest is on archives.
  Fri. 7/9/10 10:25am Cecile:

It's a goddamn shame he's not around. A goddamn shame.
  Fri. 7/9/10 10:50am Cecile:

I refuse to believe Eddy Current are from Australia. They sound like the love child of Great Plains and the Grifters.
  Fri. 7/9/10 10:58am jason555:

endless dribbler, yes! you are makin' my friday
  Fri. 7/9/10 10:58am Carmichael:

Hi everyone. Joined you on the detour.
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:00am Cecile:

hey, carm!
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:01am Carmichael:

Happy payday, Cecile. Solvency is OK.
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:01am geleni:

yoko :)
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:03am Cecile:

Right on carm. And right on geleni!
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:11am Bruce:

Twisty Faster, in her own inimitable way, on Grapefruit: http://blog.iblamethepatriarchy.com/2010/07/04/no-art-week-would-be-complete-without-yoko/
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:11am geleni:

can i substitute turkey for tuna fish?
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:12am βrian:

No more tuna fish due to the mercury, sadly.
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:14am Carmichael:

This is truly awful, David. Thank you!
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:18am Carmichael:

Speaking of awful, did anyone catch Bikini Beach last night on TCM? It was like a train wreck; I couldn't stop staring. Even Don Rickles couldn't save it.
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:19am ~L:

Perfect timing, I tuned in while you were playing that amazing "Mariah", because I needed something loud to wake my teen up with in a hurry. He got up in record time, and I loved the song! I need to set his alarm clock to that song!
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:20am Cecile:

I love this, where did you find this?
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:20am David:

Q: Can you substitute ____ for tunafish?
A: Yes.
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:21am Carmichael:

What a friggin' classic! I just ripped this album last week, and remember it fondly ...
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:21am geleni:

ah, thanks david!
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:23am βrian:

"It could be worse in Milwaukee." Heh.
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:23am still b/p:

Saw the early portion of Beach Blanket Bingo before Bikini Beach. Sometimes sample those flicks to get the expected kick, but then get driven off by the limpness of every element.
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:31am Carmichael:

@B/P: The only reason I writhe through them is to see the various hep bands of the day playing at the "beach party". Last night is was the Pyramids, a decent 60's surf band who had a black left-handed surf guitarist. Rare and cool music.
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:41am still b/p:

Interesting that they would get the real deal. In many movies of the period that aimed to be groovy, the party music often could be a third-rate misfiring mess.
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:43am Cecile:

Witness the movies of Arch Hall, such as Eegah! which was a showcase for Jr's lousy band.
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:44am Lewis:

Ralph White! (love that mbira)
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:48am Sandy in Houston:

my band had Ralph play mbira on one of our albums. (:
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:50am Cecile:

wow, Sandy that's cool.
And I didn't comment on your Fourth of July concert you mentioned yesterday - also cool.

How did Ralph White end up playing the mbira?
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:50am Lewis:

Sand - Very cool - I keep waiting for him to make a soiree into the midwest...
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:54am Lewis:

Sandy - which album? where can I get it?
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:54am Sandy in Houston:

I'm not sure how he started that.. he has a seemingly encyclopedic knowledge of folks songs and an impressive collection of instruments, particularly mbiras and accordions that he keeps in a house he built out of rocks and wood he collected in his backyard.
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:57am Sandy in Houston:

ralph's on Weird Feelings by my band the Weird Weeds, he's just on 1 song.
  Fri. 7/9/10 11:59am Lewis:

thanks Sandy - it appears that my local independent record store can get me a copy. I look forward to having a listen.
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