Options Brian Turner: Playlist from July 13, 2010 Options

Order and disorder in a freeform haze of terribly-played guitars, shorted-out electronics, found audio detritus, strange sounds from strange lands all around. Psych-punk-junk, collage, even pop. Lots of in-studio live performances to boot.

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Options July 13, 2010

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Artist Track Album Label Format Comments New
Manilla Road  Chromaphobia   Options After Midnight Live  Shadow Kingdom      *  
Magas  Whiskey Nights   Options Violent Arp  Punch       
White Drugs  Black Wizard Gleaming   Options Gold Magic  AmRep/Kunstwaffe       
No Balls  Subsequent Needs   Options No Balls  Permanent      *  
Van Morrison  You Say France and I Whistle   Options Bang Records Contractural Obligations Sessions 1968         
Adam and the Ants  Stand and Deliver (demo)   Options Prince Charming (reish)  Columbia UK      *  
Squim  Mist Cave   Options No Blade of Grass  Debacle      *  
Pacific 231  New York 85   Options Power Assume  Ladd Frith       
Toba Seydou Traore  Mori Banba   Options s/t  Yaala Yaala      *  
Les Rallizes Denudes  Honno No Rallizes   Options Blind Baby Has Its Mothers Eyes         
San Gabriel Los Originarious de Macha  Ross Tikitai   Options Various: Ulqutushuy  Los Emes Del Oso      *  
Razen  Razen Zand   Options Split LP w/Sheldon Siegel  Kraak      *  
Lamps  Salvation Road   Options 7"  Fan Death      *  
Moe Tucker  Fired Up   Options I Spent A Week There the Other Night  New Rose       
Moonhearts  Eat My Shorts   Options Moonhearts  Tic Tac Totally      *  
The Mantles  Summer Read   Options Pink Information  Mexican Summer      *  
Gulliver's People  Splendour In the Grass   Options Various: Dream Babes Vol. 2: Reflections  RPM      *  
25 Ta Life  Live   Options       You Tube.Thanks Matt Sweeney.   
Cryptic Slaughter  Money Talks   Options Money Talks  Relapse       
Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft  Y La Gracia   Options Die Kleinen Und Die Bosen  Mute       
Robin Fox  Boundary Layer Skin Friction   Options A Handful of Automation  Editions Mego      *  
Makigami Koichi  Alkysh   Options Tokyo Taiga  Tzadik  Reel tape    *  
Joel RL Phelps / Downer Trio  Songbird   Options Inland Empires  Moneyshot       
Current 93  December 1971   Options Baalstorm, Sing Omega  Coptic Cat      *  
Rhys Chatham  Is There Life After Guitar Trio   Options The Bern Project  Hinterzimmer      *  
Unrest  Suki   Options Imperial ffrr      Unrest live here on the show next week!   
RX  Clothes Off   Options Various: Nightshifters Mix By DJ Donna Summer  Nightshifter       
Otomo Yoshihide  Guitar Solo   Options Various: The Miracle of Levitation  Gentle Giant      *  
Amal Saha  Lahmami (Nass el Ghiwane)   Options Various: Ecstatic Music of the Jemaa El Fna  Sublime Frequencies      *  
Edibles  Struttin'   Options Super Space - Mind Peace  Not Not Fun      *  
Blues Control  Mashpotato   Options WFMU Tape  Crooked Tapes    recorded here on the show! Glenn Luttman engineered and got a song named in his honor  *  
Wilson Pickett  Get Me Back On Time, Engine #9   Options A Man and a Half  Rhino       
Leoncie  Vegetarian, No Cholesterol Ho   Options Wild American Sheriff  No Label    Tons of fun  *  
Wayne County  Queenage Baby   Options At the Trucks!  Munster       
Anteenagers MC  Mike Rep Is Alright   Options Various: Flottante Tension D'eclipse  SDZ      *  
Car Commercials  ?   Prisoner of Type  Soft Abuse      *  
Master Musicians of Bukkake  Perde Kaldirma   Options Totem Two  Important      *  
Endless Boogie  Top Dollar Speaks His Mind   Options Full House Head  No Quarter      *  

Listener comments!

  Tue. 7/13/10 3:07pm Mark:

genius segue
  Tue. 7/13/10 3:09pm jason:

i was just thinking the same thing Mark
  Tue. 7/13/10 3:11pm north guinea hills:

is AmRep short for Amphetamine Reptile Recs?
  Tue. 7/13/10 3:15pm Matt from Springfield:

Have you got a danish?
  Tue. 7/13/10 3:18pm powiva:

man I remember when this was on MTV all the time, really penetrated my 11 yr-old mind. always wanted to listen to it all over again.
  Tue. 7/13/10 3:24pm powiva:

man I remember when I had to go to the mist cave, it really penetrated my 11 yr-old mind. never wanted to go there again.
  Tue. 7/13/10 3:30pm BSI:

whee for the Pacific 231!
I'm an old fart!
  Tue. 7/13/10 3:35pm Matt from Springfield:

@BSI: I'm an (increasingly-)old fart, because of the "New York 85" part--that's where and when I entered this world.
  Tue. 7/13/10 3:37pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

no, Matt, you' re just a kid.
  Tue. 7/13/10 3:40pm Mike East:

Yeah. I think born in '85 is still considered a New Fart.
  Tue. 7/13/10 3:41pm Matt from Springfield:

@DCE: Any where I am nowadays, I'm mostly a kid, or else a sage--nothing in between. At least this means I can have Trix while listening to WFMU...
@Mike: Nice term, New Fart! Or perhaps even, "Modern Fart".
  Tue. 7/13/10 3:48pm Matt from Springfield:

Best Show listeners: If I'm a kid, what does that make Milo? A zygote? Tom should tell him he's a zygote, and say that it's a compliment.
  Tue. 7/13/10 3:48pm still b/p:

re: dating a person --
One of the least expected, non-musical, angles of reference heard recently: familiarity with Sharon Stone's uncrossed legs shot in Basic Instinct described as some "old people" thing.
  Tue. 7/13/10 3:52pm Mike East:

you know his response would be....wut?!
  Tue. 7/13/10 3:55pm Milo soundbite:

(sigh) I dunno. <What>?
  Tue. 7/13/10 3:55pm BSI:

I'd call '85 a relatively contemporary fart, but I guess it's all relative. (dc 68)
  Tue. 7/13/10 3:57pm dc pat:

love that Razen tune, man!
  Tue. 7/13/10 4:01pm fatty jubbo:

ha! "saw a woman eating a sandwich while trying to kick a duck".
  Tue. 7/13/10 4:02pm Ψ-Ns:

Did you say Crystal River? I grew up in Citrus County, and my sister still works for the Mouse. See anything strange outside of WDW?
  Tue. 7/13/10 4:04pm north guinea hills:

RIP Sugar Minott: http://www.avclub.com/articles/rip-reggae-and-dancehall-pioneer-sugar-minott,43053/
  Tue. 7/13/10 4:08pm BT:

Yeah Crystal was ruling! Did a ton of diving, water was like glass! We went to Epcot too and ate at the "Chefs De France".
  Tue. 7/13/10 4:08pm Matt from Springfield:

Black Hollies, South St Seaport and Battery Park concerts, City Winery, Zebulon in Williamsburg, etc, etc...Brian's making me jealous of you in the NY area!
  Tue. 7/13/10 4:09pm Matt from Springfield:

But I noticed the Arbitrary Guide to Popular Culture has events as far ahead as 10/9, so if you can't just run to NY, this is a good resource for occasions you just might want to come in to town for.
  Tue. 7/13/10 4:10pm north guinea hills:

Crystal River is in one of the poorest areas of FL (after Gilchrist & Hamilton counties), but if you go to the cooling towers of the nuclear power plant, you can watch the manatees congregate there to warm themselves in the winter. dated a girl from there a decade ago.

Former g-villian, represent!
  Tue. 7/13/10 4:12pm Nate in Detroit:

Any listeners from Nashville (or Knoxville)? I'm visiting the area next week and looking for some distractions from a family reunion. Any suggestions for food, drink, music (venues, local artists, record shops), or anything else would be awesome.
  Tue. 7/13/10 4:14pm BT:

Yeah, i was there last Jan and saw the 'tees snorkeling-- they were awesome! This time did scuba and grazed some caves but didnt go in, didnt see any manatees, but the water was still ruling.
  Tue. 7/13/10 4:18pm BT:

Im surprised C River is poor....it seems like the dive shops are teeming and there's a lotta tourism from it?
  Tue. 7/13/10 4:19pm Matt from Springfield:

The Mantles are rocking out!
  Tue. 7/13/10 4:21pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

that peaceful manatee will eat you if you give it half a chance
  Tue. 7/13/10 4:22pm Matt from Springfield:

As are Gulliver's People...these harmonies remind me of Vashti Bunyan's "Coldest Night of the Year".
  Tue. 7/13/10 4:23pm fatty jubbo:

UNITY! bliuuuuuuuurrrrrrggggg! I like this jibber jabber style of hardcore singing
  Tue. 7/13/10 4:25pm fatty jubbo:

oh man..followed by Cryptic Slaughter!
  Tue. 7/13/10 4:26pm BT:

Fatty watch the YT link.
  Tue. 7/13/10 4:28pm north guinea hills:

Citrus County doesn't make much in tax revenue. All they have is the power plant, a few dive shops, and maybe a few horse farms. When you hit the county line, the road quality quickly diminishes. I haven't been there since 2000.
  Tue. 7/13/10 4:31pm Matt from Springfield:

Many of Brian's tracks have earned this honor, but I'll say it again:
"Those aren't buffering problems, that's our programming!"
  Tue. 7/13/10 4:58pm bryan:

nice transition from the chatham to unrest.
  Tue. 7/13/10 4:59pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

this is current? sounds late 80s...
  Tue. 7/13/10 5:01pm Matt from Springfield:

@Bryan: I'm looking forward to more Unrest next week.

Thanks for breaking the silence--this playlist went into a coma for 27 minutes. I was beginning to think the Internet listeners actually thought Robin Fox WAS buffering problems and they all left!
  Tue. 7/13/10 5:03pm Barry Roark:

Just tuned in about seven minutes ago and that Rhys Catham tune was brilliant. And I haven't heard Suki in quite some time. Tuning in out of Denver, CO. Love WFMU, used to tune in addictively while living in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in the 90s.
  Tue. 7/13/10 5:03pm donking:

tyra banks vs. germaine greer
  Tue. 7/13/10 5:05pm north guinea hills:

i miss hearing jason forrest regularly around the nyc area...
  Tue. 7/13/10 5:12pm sf spike:

that Jemaa album is sooo great - just got a copy
  Tue. 7/13/10 5:18pm Ψ-Ns:

Citrus county is deceptive. The diving is fantastic (got my cert with the manatees) and there are many high-end subdivisions, and many retirees from the northeast. Tax revenue is primarily from tourism - and there isn't much of that. It is close to most of the things to do in central FL, but far enough away to avoid problems. That's what most people like about it. Of course, folks head to G'ville/Orlando/Tampa to do anything interesting.
  Tue. 7/13/10 5:20pm BT:

Ψ-Ns, do you have any recommends for other clear springs for diving down there? I heard good things about Blue Springs and Alexandra, Feel free to email me offlist if ya like....
  Tue. 7/13/10 5:24pm chuck in ct:

good tunes today
  Tue. 7/13/10 5:26pm Paulo:

You people, with such a good music, are saving the universe - at least mine here in Portugal.
  Tue. 7/13/10 5:26pm Barry in Colorado:

This is some funky-ass shit!! This is what I'm talking about...
  Tue. 7/13/10 5:30pm sex crazy cop:

  Tue. 7/13/10 5:30pm Ψ-Ns:

Rainbow Springs is great for snorkling - but scuba is not allowed
  Tue. 7/13/10 5:33pm north guinea hills:

I'm sorry, I was confusing the stats of Citrus County w/ Levy county (on the north side of Crystal River), where my friends in Ingles lived.

The whole area is awesome for diving, tubing, canoeing. Miss the all-night booze cruises. two canoes, one keg tied between both canoes, and set off around 10pm, and pull out of the river at dawn.
  Tue. 7/13/10 5:37pm Ψ-Ns:

You can do an easy 2 in a day if you combine Manatee Springs and Fanning Springs.

north guinea hills: The mistake is understandable. where I grew up in Old Homosassa, a boy's first pair of white fishin' boots was a right of passage…
  Tue. 7/13/10 5:38pm BT:

Cool, mucho thanks, will investigate for next time...mayeb Ginnie Springs too? But not cave cert.
  Tue. 7/13/10 5:40pm Ψ-Ns:

Ginnie is nice, and has 3+ springs to explore. Cave cert is not required, but common sense is…
  Tue. 7/13/10 5:42pm north guinea hills:

I have many hedonistic memories camping out at Ginnie Springs.
  Tue. 7/13/10 5:42pm Carmichael:

BT, thanks for saving me from the corporate life. Now, back to reviewing terms and conditions ....
  Tue. 7/13/10 5:43pm BT:

yr welcome, glad to help!
  Tue. 7/13/10 5:45pm Ψ-Ns:

FL springs and hedonistic memories go hand in hand
  Tue. 7/13/10 5:45pm maria:

loving the tunes BT
  Wed. 7/14/10 2:39pm chris:

What's up with this awesome Blues Control WFMU Tape? Is this performance available in the archives anywhere, or will it be released in some form? It's great!
  Wed. 7/14/10 3:40pm chris:

What's up with this awesome Blues Control WFMU Tape? Is this performance available in the archives anywhere, or will it be released in some form? It's great!
  Wed. 7/14/10 6:31pm BT:

Its out now on cassette via Crooked TApes. The archive still streameth though if you check out this page. www.wfmu.org/playlists/BT
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