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Options August 6, 2010

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Rolf Riehm  Push Pull   Options Push Pull    Teodoro Anzellotti, accordion  0:00:00 ()
Paul Panhuysen  Stalin   Options Lost for Words      0:10:46 ()
Paul Panhuysen  Partita for 16 Long Strings Equally Diminishing In Length   Options Partitas for Long Strings      0:15:58 ()
Adam Bohman  Silvaner   Options Music and Words      0:41:59 ()
Rolf Julius  Yellow / Black   Options Small Music, vol. 1      0:47:21 ()
Organum  [track 2]   Options Birds' Wings Were Glued To Their Bodies and Their Feet Froze to the Ground      1:17:59 ()
Toshio Hosokawa  Ferne-Landschaft II   Options Koto-uta      1:53:53 ()
Jani Christou  Anaparastasis I: The Baritone   Options Jani Christou  edition RZ    2:08:15 ()
Udo Kasemets  The Eight Houses of the I Ching   Options Requiem Renga / Palestrina on Devil's Staircase      2:19:08 ()
Bernard Parmegiani  Exercisme 3   Options       2:41:38 ()
Calude Ballif  Points-Mouvements   Options       2:47:27 ()

Listener comments!

  Fri. 8/6/10 12:07pm annie:

  Fri. 8/6/10 12:07pm perrin:

its like listening to the solar storm that is bombarding my brain
  Fri. 8/6/10 12:07pm Carmichael:

How about a Sean Daily-like "WOO-HOO"?
  Fri. 8/6/10 12:08pm perrin:

ack, beaten by less than 60 seconds!
  Fri. 8/6/10 12:13pm Billy "Woof Moo" Jam:

woo hoo second shit today ......fresh out da 4th floor toilet.....where some fuckin guitarist was sitting next to me with an overhead mic - WTF?
  Fri. 8/6/10 12:18pm bryce:

oh my!
  Fri. 8/6/10 12:21pm Mike East:

he's still there? is he still drinking yuengling?
  Fri. 8/6/10 12:22pm still b/p:

As my guitar gently whats?
  Fri. 8/6/10 12:25pm Brick Tamland:

I pooped a hammer.
  Fri. 8/6/10 12:46pm annie:

i love you, but this is driving me crazy...
  Fri. 8/6/10 12:47pm bryce:

hee heeeeee

  Fri. 8/6/10 12:49pm Mike East:

I keep thinking that the phone is ringing. I've been having hearing problems all week as is, and now I think these tracks are giving me aural hallucinations...
  Fri. 8/6/10 12:49pm Mike East:

...so that's for messing with my head, Bryce.
  Fri. 8/6/10 12:53pm Ike:

Jesus H. Christ on a pogo stick, Bryce, turn this screechy shit off and play some Arcade Fire!

Ha ha! Joke. That was a joke. I kill me.
  Fri. 8/6/10 12:54pm annie:

see, i'm trying to do some technical work, reparing this motor, and there is no math...the music is too disjointed.. sorry, you have to go in to the trash bin for now... ..... time for some bach..... but i still love you
  Fri. 8/6/10 12:56pm bryce:

hahaa, almost played a thing called "Der Bach" by mr. julius.

happy motoring!!
  Fri. 8/6/10 12:59pm ?:

don't listen to them, Bryce. This shit is awesome. Ever see the picture of the spiderweb woven by a spider dosed with caffeine? That's what this sounds like. And the spider is me.

Or something to that effect.
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:01pm MD:

arcade fadder...
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:02pm bryce:

yeah yeah, swiss experiment, right? they actually dosed those spiders with everything from hash to mesc & beyond....oddly, caffeine was the only thing that completely wrecked spider consciousness.

ps. no worry, annie's the best! if anyone likes fmu 100% of the time, they have a brain problem....
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:17pm Ike:

Rolf Julius has snared me in a web of gurgly entrancement. I like better than Bohman or Panhuysen.
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:18pm ?:

dunno who did the experiment, but I remember it from a psych 101 textbook a million years ago; and yes, the takeaway is that caffeine produced some pretty fractured results. "Prozac Nation" freaked people out, but, I'm like, "What about 'Caffeine Nation', dude . . ."
Several years ago Harper's ran a pretty neat little excerpt from Balzac's (or somebody's)diaries about when he started drinking coffee in the nineteenth century around the time when it was first introduced to the larger European population and people started fiending on it. . . . Interesting.
But people look at me like a weirdo when I say maybe caffeine affects their brain even just a smidge. I think they are pod people.
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:22pm stefica:

rolf julius...we like
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:23pm bryce:

heya you! :)
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:23pm Voltaire:

I do not agree with what you have to play, but I'll defend to the death your right to play it.
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:24pm BSI:

hotdamn, y'all!
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:27pm bryce:

'tis better to have listened and puked then never to have listened
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:28pm Bad Ronald:

  Fri. 8/6/10 1:28pm Vicki:

coo, Bryce
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:29pm Henri PoincarĂ©:

For fifteen days I strove to prove that there could not be any functions like those I have since called Fuchsian functions. I was then very ignorant; every day I seated myself at my work table, stayed an hour or two, tried a great number of combinations and reached no results. One evening, contrary to my custom, I drank black coffee and could not sleep. Ideas rose in crowds; I felt them collide until pairs interlocked, so to speak., making a stable combination. By the next morning I had established the existence of a class of Fuchsian functions, those which came from the hypergeometric series; I had only to write out the results, which took but a few hours.
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:30pm Vicki:

  Fri. 8/6/10 1:32pm Vicki:

oh sorry it didn't paste
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:33pm bryce:

deee deee doot dee doooo dahhhhhhh!!!!!!!
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:33pm stefica:

the cat just fled the room but i am certain it was the fresh direct truck roughly idly in the street outside and not the music.
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:35pm ?:

yo, Henri P, I'm feelin' you, b!
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:36pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

altered consciousness is a way of life, even if it's just coffee doing the altering
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:37pm bryce:

ctrlaltshiftoptioncommandspacebackspace where's freshdirect with my SALVIA?
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:38pm Bruce:

Lloyd's (of London) was originally a coffee house. That's where the modern insurance industry started. Ultimately, you can blame the AIG crises on coffee.
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:38pm JP:

These sounds are making me wonder if Martin Theurer and Paul Lovens will be making an appearance today . . .
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:43pm annie:

today is a very strange day......... many many issues with connections, electronic communication....but i have this motor put back together, now to see if it works..
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:43pm JT:

This Organum is extremely relaxing to me. Maybe that's just the caffeine talking.
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:46pm stefica:

the organum piece is great despite the frightening title.
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:48pm Brick Tamland:

? coffee does affect people.
It affect me positively. I call it "Poor Man's Ritalin".
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:52pm Bad Ronald:

Spiders on Drugs:

  Fri. 8/6/10 1:53pm mksv:

Sweet .. daylight 80's KCR Transfigured Night flashbacks .. Now where's fresh direct with my saliva?
  Fri. 8/6/10 1:57pm Android:

Oh well, forever buffering on the Droid phone.
  Fri. 8/6/10 2:00pm Android:

No archives either. Bummers.
  Fri. 8/6/10 2:12pm Looms:

This piece sounded a bit like Claude Debussy on acid. Great work by Toshio Hosokawa.
  Fri. 8/6/10 2:14pm bryce:

i does lurv him
  Fri. 8/6/10 2:22pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

it's so quiet
  Fri. 8/6/10 2:28pm bryce:

  Fri. 8/6/10 2:29pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

  Fri. 8/6/10 2:30pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

  Fri. 8/6/10 2:33pm We the living:

Liven it up, man! It's Friday!
Play some Nancarrow or Borbetomagus!
  Fri. 8/6/10 2:35pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

that's funny, I used to be in a band called "We the Living" back in the late 90s.
  Fri. 8/6/10 2:35pm bryce:

but it's just about to get to the good part!
  Fri. 8/6/10 2:35pm BSI:

Tie me kangaroo down, sport.
  Fri. 8/6/10 2:35pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

this is the part I really like the best part
  Fri. 8/6/10 2:36pm BSI:

after that, the kangaroo is all yours.
  Fri. 8/6/10 2:37pm bryce:

i'll prepare the stretchwrap.
  Fri. 8/6/10 2:45pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

  Fri. 8/6/10 2:47pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

"B", the artist formerly known as "A"
  Fri. 8/6/10 2:51pm bryce:

  Fri. 8/6/10 2:55pm annie:

:) next week bruce, i'll listen to the whole show... i'm almost done here
  Fri. 8/6/10 2:56pm bryce:

  Fri. 8/6/10 2:59pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

  Fri. 8/6/10 3:03pm ric:

Was a good one this week
  Wed. 8/11/10 12:08am raga:

for the love of king neptune, play some fucking skynrd already, bryce. atsamattaforyou, eh?
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