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Sounds from the archive of the future, sonic drilling into the past, dissonant rumbling, lyrical melodies, noises (human, animal, mechanical, digital) inscrutable yet honest, desultory but consistent.

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Options July 30, 2010: The Poetry of Clouds

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Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
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Peg Simone  Levee / 1927   Options Secrets from the Storm  Orig. Memphis Minne and Kansas Joe McCoy. Arranged by Jonathan Kane. Story: Holly Anderson. Vox, gtr: Peg Simone. Gtr, bass, dms: J Kane. Harmonica: Anthony Kane  0:02:30 ()
Ekhard Ehlers  Strange Things   Options A Life without Fear  vocals Charles Haffer, Jr.  0:24:31 ()
Susan Alcorn and Eugene Chadbourne  Hello Stranger   Options An Afternoon in Austin  cf. Alvin Curran's comment on a Chadbourne show: "It's country, but I don't know what country it is."  0:27:21 ()
Sandy Bull  Gotta Be Juicy (Or It Ain't Love)   Options Demolition Derby    0:45:39 ()
Arthur Alexander  You Better Move On   Options The Ultimate Arthur Alexander    0:50:38 ()
James Booker  Junco Partner   Options Junco Partner  Recorded in N.O., 1979  0:53:26 ()
J. O. Mallander  Bound   Options More Time — Hits and Variations 1968–1970    0:58:04 ()
The Castle Kings  You Can Get Him, Frankenstein   Options 7"  written by Phil Spector and Ahmet Ertegun  1:00:43 ()
Buddy Love  Heartbreak Hotel   Options v/a: Songs the Cramps Taught Us    1:06:44 ()
Range Rats  Range Rats Theme   Options Range Rats  Fred Cole and Toody from Dead Moon, 1985  1:08:40 ()
Porter Wagoner  The Rubber Room   Options What Ain't To Be, Just Might Happen    1:12:19 ()
Elton Britt  There's a Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere   Options Elton Britt and Roaslie Allen  a big hit from WW2!  1:14:30 ()
The Geesin Brothers  Ikea   Options Music by Post    1:17:19 ()
BS2000  The Scappy   Options v/a: Talk's Cheap presents Speaking in Tongues (2009 WFMU marathon premium)    1:19:05 ()
Nurse With Wound  Space Music (excerpt)   Options Space Music    1:21:46 ()
Ken Nordine  Ken Nordine advertises... advertising   Options   via jukeboxmafia.blogspot.com/   1:22:28 ()
The Ex with Han Bennink  Prism   Options v/a: KFJC at Fifty - Blowing Minds Since 1959  recorded Cafe du Nord, SF, 2004  1:29:22 ()
999  High Energy Plan   Options High Energy Plan    1:34:28 ()
Dokaka  Beatboxing Is the Sign of Death   Options The Dokaka Discography    1:37:31 ()
Nkata Mwewe  Khulumani   Options v/a: New Wave Dance Musc from South Africa    1:40:05 ()
  Yoko Ono "Grapefruit" public service / audience participation segment volume 4

CITY PIECE

Walk all over the city with an empty.

baby carriage.

Simply Saucer  She's a Dog   Options Cyborgs Revisited    1:55:04 ()
The M'n'M's  I'm Tired   Options v/a: A Reference of Female Fronted Punk Rock Bands    1:57:22 ()
Excusamwa  9-Fingered Man   Options Please Allow Me To Introduce Myself    1:59:11 ()
Brion Gysin  Kick   Options Self-Portrait Jumping    2:00:16 ()
Donald Thomas  Black Night Is Calling Me Home   Options v/a: Local Customs: Lone Star Revival    2:04:25 ()
Dion  Your Own Back Yard   Options Born to Be with You    2:05:45 ()
Nick Cave  Wanted Man   Options The Firstborn Is Dead    2:09:20 ()
Carla Kihlstedt   Empty Cupboard   Options 2 Foot Yard    2:20:24 ()
György Ligeti  Etudes pour [Player] Piano: Nos. 9 (Vertige), 10 (Der Zauberlehrling, 11 (En suspense), 12 (Entrelacs), 13 (L'escalier du diable)   Options v/a: Player Piano 10 - Original Compositions and Transcriptions in the Tradition of Conlon Nancarrow    2:22:22 ()
Sun Circle  Lessness   Options Lessness    2:33:25 ()
George Antheil  Interviewed in 1958 (excerpt)   Options Plays Antheil  on the reaction to the Ballet Mecanique  2:33:59 ()
Love Cry Want  Peace (For Dakota and Jason)   Options Love Cry Want  Nicholas and Gallivan with Larry Young, 1972  2:38:11 ()
Melt Banana  Lost in Mirror   Options Teeny Shiny    2:45:42 ()
Marijata  Break Through   Options v/a: Afro-Beat Airways - West African Shock Waves (Ghana and Togo, 1972-78)    2:47:44 ()
Antoine Chessex  Track A2   Options Terra Incognita    2:58:15 ()
Nurse With Wound  Track 2   Options She and Me Fall Together In Free Death  SPECIAL REQUEST BY.... BRYCE  3:04:54 ()

Listener comments!

  Fri. 7/30/10 9:43am Bad Ronald:

Morning David! Where did everybody go?
  Fri. 7/30/10 9:52am Mike East:

I'm here. Slowly starting the day and ending the week. Nice choices this morning, David
  Fri. 7/30/10 9:55am David:

Oh, great. Everyone's knocked out loaded.
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:06am Cecile:

I'm here, but I"m in a dark place right now. Trying not to spill my crankiness over to the board.
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:16am Cecile:

what are everyone's weekend plans?
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:18am BW:

Using new iPhone app! Rock out doron and crew!
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:19am Cecile:

Say what you will about Ikea, but they're the only place where I could afford to buy kitchen storage.
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:20am Mike East:

I think I may go see Winters Bone tomorrow. Open to other movie suggestions. Anybody see anything good lately?
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:23am Cecile:

I loved Despicable Me. It was very silly.

In that lowbrow mode, I"m going to see Dinner For Schmucks with some girlfriends on Sunday. I have to see Jemaine Clement as the crazy artist. The clips are amazing.
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:25am Hallock Hill:

New iPhone app with comments, playlists, etc. Amazing!
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:27am Mike East:

I just read the article about Steve Carell in the New Yorker. I would like to see that, too. Despicable Me got mixed reviews from my niece and nephew...she liked it, he wasn't as impressed.
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:31am Cecile:

Nice! The Ex. Nice.
I heard the acting makes it. So I'm gonna see it.
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:34am Bad Ronald:

My kids dug it...

Here's a funny interview w/Steve and Zach:
http://tinyurl.com/stevezach
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:36am Cecile:

There's some viral video from Kieran Vollard, Clement's character, on Funny or Die. It's hysterical. And he UNDERPLAYS the character. It's quite hilarious.
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:37am efd:

Echoing the upgraded iPhone app praise - love all the new features (including comments)! Great show, David, as usual!
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:37am Denise in Washington, DC:

I saw Winter's Bone a few weeks ago. It was excellent, but wouldn't improve Cecile's mood any.
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:37am Scott W:

Despicable Me put my 5-yr old kid and me both asleep. But we both love The Ex and David S.
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:38am Denise in Washington, DC:

BTW, morning, all. My first time listening on a Friday.
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:39am Carmichael:

Good mornig/day/evening/nonspecific Internet time, everyone. Last work day before 2 weeks of vay-cay-shun.
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:40am Denise in Washington, DC:

What are you doing for your vay-cay, Carmichael?
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:41am Carmichael:

A week at Lake Tahoe, followed by a week of utter laziness and ease.
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:43am Cecile:

Aw, Scott, you didn't even like the minions?
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:44am Cecile:

Oh! Scott, my husband says that Heroclix (a superhero game with tiny action figures) is making an all Eddie-from-Iron-Maiden edition. Eight figures to state. I can get the info from him...
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:47am seang:

Hey Cecile, did you see Jemaine in Gentlemen Broncos? hilarious!
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:49am Cecile:

I have the movie, I havent' watched it yet, but I watched the Chevalier viral videos which are hilarious. He was also great in this little NZ film called Eagle vs. Shark, and as a puffed martial artist in Tongan Ninja. Yeah, I follow him a little bit closely...:/
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:51am Cecile:

puffed-up martial artist
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:53am Mike East:

Eagle vs. Shark was pretty great.
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:55am Cecile:

I think so! I can't wait until Taika Waitit's next movie, Boy, gets over here. It's the story of a little Maori town in the mid-80s under the spell of Michael Jackson, as well as a whole bunch of other stuff.
  Fri. 7/30/10 10:55am Cecile:

Waititi
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:00am Cecile:

David, do you have any Melt-Banana around?
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:03am Mike East:

My computer speakers came! Thanks Amy, if you're out there! WFMU, IN STEREO - what a concept.
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:03am Cecile:

that was fast!
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:04am Carmichael:

Holy Cow, Mike. That was fast! Did you order them same day delivery??
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:05am Mike East:

No - Listener Amy sent them to me from D.C. She must have gotten them in the mail as soon as I sent her the address.
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:07am Mike East:

...and she packed them up in an Orioles shirt. Free speakers, free shirt, shipped on my boss' dime (shhh.)
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:12am Carmichael:

Sweet, Mike! and Nick Cave!
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:13am Cecile:

Now play Ratt's Wanted Man.
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:13am Ken:

Morning all! Just wanted to test out the commenting on the new WFMU iPhone app. Seems to work great.
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:14am Cecile:

Mike that is awesome and almost restores my faith in humanity. My faith will be completely restored if David plays one of my requests. :D
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:15am Denise in Washington, DC:

Damn. I missed the Yoko Ono piece because my office is requiring me to do actual work.
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:15am Cecile:

bastards.
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:16am Denise in Washington, DC:

*Rat* bastards.
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:20am Denise in Washington, DC:

Mike, Listener Amy sounds like an awesome person.
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:25am Mike East:

WFMU is consistently restoring my faith in humanity. Amy has seriously good karma coming her way.
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:27am Meghan:

Yay iPhone comments. Doron and Kenzo rule (
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:32am Denise in Washington, DC:

This news about the app is going to inspire me to listen to 'FMU more often on my iPhone. The Commenter Community has been a huge part of the station for me.
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:33am Denise in Washington, DC:

Does anybody know if the new version of the app allows you to download FMU podcasts and listen offline? AT&T doesn't work in the underground parts of the DC Metro system, which of course is where most of my commute takes place.
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:39am Carmichael:

Off to meetings for the day. Have a wonderful weekend, everyone. Thanks for the tuneage and comments, David.
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:39am Mike East:

I download FMU podcasts just straight from the Itunes store (I have an Ipod touch so I need WiFi for it to work).
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:39am Denise in Washington, DC:

Have a great vaca, Carm!
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:40am Denise in Washington, DC:

Guess I should try that, Mike -- thanks.
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:42am Denise in Washington, DC:

Re: the Ballet Mecanique: the National Gallery here in DC commissioned a computer-driven robotic ensemble to play it as part of the Dada exhibit in 2006. Unfortunately, I never got to hear the whole thing, but it was fascinating. Thanks for playing that interview excerpt, David.
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:44am David:

There have been several performances of the Ballet Mec. in recent years, speaheaeded by Paul Lehrman. Lots of great info: http://www.antheil.org/
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:47am David:

Funny, Cecile, I was just thinking about Melt Banana earlier today...
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:47am Cecile:

THANKS, David!
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:52am Mike East:

Faith: Restored.
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:57am Mike East:

Great show, David.
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:58am Denise in Washington, DC:

Yes, David, thanks!
  Fri. 7/30/10 11:59am Cecile:

Great show, and thanks for the good chat everyone!
  Fri. 7/30/10 12:02pm Denise in Washington, DC:

Back atcha, Cecile! Hope your mood is better.
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