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The run-around drill sergeant of love meets the freeform radio nurse in an international popularity crisis. Twang, dub, noise, rockers, aliens, drum machines, foreigners, imported goods, songs, rumbles, hollers, blips and squiggles, along with an occasional musical number.

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Options September 11, 2010: Floating Garden Hunters Crushed

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Pete Swanson  Believers   Options Feelings in America  Root Strata  2010  LP    0:00:00 ()
Plantation  Chasseur   Options Split w/ Muura  Dungeon Taxis  2010  Cassette    0:05:30 ()
Islaja  Yovalo   Options Keraaminen Paa  Fonal  2010      0:18:40 ()
Cocteau Twins  Crushed   Options V/A: Lonely Is An Eyesore  4AD  1987  LP    0:22:25 ()
Vig Mihály  Kesz az Egezs   Options Filmzenek: Tarr Bela Filmjeihez  Bahia  2001    comp of Bela Tarr film soundtracks  0:25:45 ()
The Occasion  Ease Away   Options The Occasion  Say Hey  2004      0:33:46 ()
Guido Mobius  Kurbel   Options Dishoek  Dekorder  2005      0:38:05 ()
Hototogisu  Floating Japanese Oof! Gardens of the 21st Century   Options Floating Japanese Oof! Gardens of the 21st Century  Important  2010    cd 2 trk 4 from reissue of 2004 triple lp set on De Stijl  0:43:01 ()
Music behind DJ:
Curd Duca 
Echo   Options Switched-on Wagner: Minimalistic Mood Music  Mille Plateaux  1996      1:04:40 ()
Gil Mellé  Desert Trip   Options Andromeda Strain OST  Zippy  1991    '71 release on Kapp reissued - Jersey's own Gil w/ the first all-synthesizer score for a feature film!  1:16:25 ()
Joan La Barbara  Dance Frame   Options Musique Concrete Soundtracks To Experimental Short FIlms 1956-1978 Vol. 1  New England Electric Music Company  2002    soundtrk to "Dance Frame" ('78)  1:20:18 ()
Dominic Frontiere  Excerpt   Options The Outer Limits Season 1  MGM  2002    '63 "Nightmare" - Season 1, Episode 10 (DVD)  1:27:14 ()
I Start Counting  (There Is Always The) Unexpected   Options Still Smiling EP  Mute  1985  12"    1:30:33 ()
Dominic Frontiere  Excerpt   Options The Outer Limits Season 1  MGM  2002    Private Dix Interrogation  1:37:51 ()
Laetitia Sonami / Jocelyn Robert  E   Options Le Crachecophage  Avatar/Ohm  1999    werk commissionned by Radio-Canada for the program L’Espace du Son  1:39:28 ()
Kleg  Part Two   Options Eating and Sleeping (#15)  Barooni  1991    straight outta the Netherlands!  1:44:41 ()
Dumbwaiters  The What Man   Options Titles  Screw Music Forever  2002      1:57:19 ()
Music behind DJ:
(Sun)fall   Options Milk & Honey  Kompakt  2004      2:03:48 ()
Le Thu  Sao Bien (Etoiles des Neiges)   Options Saigon Rock & Soul: Vietnamese Classic Tracks 1968-1974 (V/A)  Sublime Frequencies  2010  LP  "Starfish"  2:19:19 ()
The Shy Trinity  Climb That Tree   Options V/A: Sassy And Stonefree: Dream Babes Vol. 6  RPM  2005    flip side to the theme from Hair (?!) written by the onyx - straight outta Canada via the UK ('70)  2:24:18 ()
Tronics  The Other Man   Options What's The Hubub Bub  Wrench  2001    '80  2:27:20 ()
Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzp!  Verao Azul   Options Way Out: New Music From Portugal Vol. 2  Ananana  1999      2:30:40 ()
So Takahashi  PMS Orange 021C (M51,Y76)   Options NuBus Written  Carpark  2000      2:36:25 ()
Hydroze Plus  Overcoat   Options Hydroze Plus  Optical Sound  2010  10"    2:42:29 ()
Solid Eye  Galatea   Options Fruits of Automation  WIN  1999      2:47:50 ()
Bob Ostertag  Cornflower   Options Verbatim  Rasatscan  1996    the third recording in the say no more series...  2:48:05 ()
Blurt  Pure Scenario   Options Cut It!  LTM  2010      2:51:38 ()
Music behind DJ:
Master Hagiwara & Master Mineuchi 
Godan-Kinuta (Kinuta in Five Steps)   Options Koto Music  Nonesuch  2008    composed by Mitsuzaki Kengyo  2:54:58 ()

Listener comments!

  Sat. 9/11/10 9:21pm Charly:

Good evening to you Daniel.
  Sat. 9/11/10 9:21pm D. Blumin:

Hiya Charly! What's doing?
  Sat. 9/11/10 9:23pm Charly:

Well I am sure I should be asleep, but y'know.
  Sat. 9/11/10 9:27pm D. Blumin:

This track should do the trick - you'll be asleep in no time...
  Sat. 9/11/10 9:28pm Charly:

Ha,............ Dreamin' already.
  Sat. 9/11/10 9:38pm Thierry:

Hi from France, Daniel ... where you've got at least one insomniac listening in!
  Sat. 9/11/10 9:45pm D. Blumin:

Hello Thierry! Good to have you on board! Where in France are ya?
  Sat. 9/11/10 9:46pm dave:

really liking this hototogisu thing. and the title isn't hurting that any.
  Sat. 9/11/10 9:50pm Radio Bear:

There are times when I wonder why I listen to this station, and this is not one of those times.
  Sat. 9/11/10 9:50pm D. Blumin:

Oof! Gardens to ye both, Dave and Bear!
  Sat. 9/11/10 9:52pm Thierry:

Sorry, from Lille: way north, near the Belgian border; big urban area; I just checked: twined with Buffalo, NY
  Sat. 9/11/10 9:54pm Charly:

Good morning Thierry, from across the channel. ::-)
  Sat. 9/11/10 9:58pm Thierry:

Hi Charly! Another european insomniac ... or maybe early bird! ^^
  Sat. 9/11/10 9:58pm D. Blumin:

Buffalo! I hope we have a twinned city listener fer ya. Thierry!
Radio Bear? Judging by your Bear tag, maybe you upstate?
  Sat. 9/11/10 9:59pm ratbone:

am loving the Oof!
  Sat. 9/11/10 10:00pm Charly:

Definitely not an early bird
Hey this show is becoming global!.
This is a killer track too
  Sat. 9/11/10 10:02pm D. Blumin:

Charly, global shmobal - where the interplanetary aliens at?
  Sat. 9/11/10 10:03pm Noel:

A long-time listener from DC saying hello. Nice to hear this Hototogisu song. I didn't know that it had been re-issued, until, of course, I listened to your show, which is the source of many of my musical discoveries. Keep up the great work, very appreciated.
  Sat. 9/11/10 10:10pm Charly:

I think Kurbel means Crank. Or there abouts
  Sat. 9/11/10 10:14pm wilbur twinhorse:

wfmu/outer space...the radio station that is farther out!? or, outside the atmosphere but inside your mind? finally wfmu, u kant git hear frum thar!! chasseur=french. cheers, w.t.
  Sat. 9/11/10 10:14pm Radio Bear:

Chasseur means Hunter, so I'm keeping my location a secret.
  Sat. 9/11/10 10:22pm Raymond in J.C.:

daniel, i've been listening since your wnyu days. i LOVED the new afternoon show. so glad you're still doing your thing.
  Sat. 9/11/10 10:27pm Mark from Pompton Plains:

Daniel, your show feeds my "Things Fall Apart: paper like tennis balls feed a golden retriever. Keep on mind-rafting!
  Sat. 9/11/10 10:28pm needbundtpan:

i make bundt cake for my birthday honey while he workin' - i listen to the music here - and look it is friend who don't go to new mexico who play it!
  Sat. 9/11/10 10:36pm Michaelmakeout:

Daniel thanks for taking the space train over CHiToWn. Lots of love over the spaceways my friend.
  Sat. 9/11/10 10:46pm D. Blumin:

Noel! Many thanks! The whole record is spacirrific!
  Sat. 9/11/10 10:47pm D. Blumin:

Wilbur! Thanks - shall be forwarded to the appropriate authorities...
  Sat. 9/11/10 10:48pm Noel:

Daniel, I agree about "Oof!" Good to see that it's available and affordable. I think I've seen the LPs go on Ebay for over $100. Musta been reaaaaaal good for somebody to pay that.
  Sat. 9/11/10 10:49pm D. Blumin:

Raymond! Good to hear - pretty soon I'll be eligible fer the volunteer radio retirement benefit!
  Sat. 9/11/10 10:50pm D. Blumin:

Mark, all the best to ye! I believe I wrote a paper on that too but I have nary a recollection to pitch in with!
  Sat. 9/11/10 10:51pm Raymond in J.C.:

yeah, you worked in radio before mp3's. don't you feel old? btw, i thought i once heard you on wnyc (npr). please tell me if i'm mistaken.
  Sat. 9/11/10 10:51pm D. Blumin:

Bundt! You make the cake - I celebrate your birth, friend!
  Sat. 9/11/10 10:51pm Alex:

Keepin' it fresh (and quite possibly fly as well) as always Mr. B.
  Sat. 9/11/10 10:52pm D. Blumin:

Makeout, back at yous!!!
  Sat. 9/11/10 10:54pm D. Blumin:

One should only pay 100 dollars fer things with motors, Noel!
Like automobiles and such!
  Sat. 9/11/10 10:54pm D. Blumin:

Hola, Alex!
  Sat. 9/11/10 10:58pm D. Blumin:

Never on NYC, Raymond! That was Terry Gross!
  Sat. 9/11/10 11:02pm Raymond in J.C.:

do you often get confused for old lesbians, daniel? i love terry gross, btw. this is FREEESH AIR! :)
  Sat. 9/11/10 11:03pm Raymond in J.C.:

you know what i love most about commenting on this message board? the math quizzes. i'm really learning (finally!) to count without the use of my fingers.
  Sat. 9/11/10 11:12pm Charly:

I had to go back to school before I could post to this board.
The WFMU Math diploma.
  Sat. 9/11/10 11:26pm D. Blumin:

Yes, Raymond, between me and you, as a matter of fact I do!
  Sat. 9/11/10 11:37pm Noel:

Daniel--agreed, $100 is better for things with motors, or perhaps good condition things with 6-strings.
BTW, I went to the de Stijl website to see about the reissue (forgot that it was Important who re-released it), and they have a cut-and-paste of someone paying $361 for Hototogisu's "Cuckoo Cloudland" LP. Day-um, boyee. I guess if one just inherited $361 bucks, then it must be nice to blow it on a single LP.
Even better to pay down the student loan or donate it to the good folks at WFMU.
  Sat. 9/11/10 11:46pm Raymond in J.C.:

Daniel, are you familiar with Henryk Górecki? I first heard his music exactly nine years ago. It was on or shortly after the 9/11 attacks and it was played on new york times radio, which i don't think even exists anymore, incidentally. anyway, the piece they played was so incredibly, unbelievably moving. it's something that will always stand out in my mind when i think back.
  Sat. 9/11/10 11:50pm D. Blumin:

Raymond - do you remember what it was called?
  Sat. 9/11/10 11:51pm Radio Bear:

Symphony no 3, the Symphony of Sorrowful Songs ?
  Sat. 9/11/10 11:51pm D. Blumin:

Agreed, Noel! Either of those two options + a scooter maybe...
  Sat. 9/11/10 11:55pm Raymond in J.C.:

Lento - Cantabile-Semplice
  Sat. 9/11/10 11:55pm Noel:

On the note about Gorecki, one song that has stood out in my mind with regard to 9/11 is Arvo Part's "Cantus in Memory of Benjamin Britten." I think Michael Moore played it as the soundtrack for the footage of 9/11 he played in "Fahrenheit 9/11."
  Sat. 9/11/10 11:58pm Ike:

Great show Daniel!

I would get in my UFO and head home now but I can't get FMU out there.
  Sun. 9/12/10 12:01am Raymond in J.C.:

yes! symphony no 3, dawn upshaw. check this out!
  Mon. 9/13/10 2:49pm Looms:

Whore movies = exploitation films.
Another great broadcast, Dan!
  Mon. 9/13/10 4:10pm D. Blumin:

thx, Looms!
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