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You see a blanket on the ground. It's your favorite color, smooth and soft. You can sit on it, or lie on it. It's a flying blanket, and you are the pilot. You are in control. You can fly anywhere you wish, just by thinking about it. You are the pilot.

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Options December 13, 2010: Extracting wasps from stings in flight

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Brian Eno  The True Wheel   Options Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)  Astralwerks  0:00:00 ()
Caribou Vibration Ensemble featuring Marshall Allen  Hendrix With Ko   Options Caribou Vibration Ensemble Featuring Marshall Allen  No label  0:04:48 ()
Brain Idea  Getting Older (The Clean)   Options The Survival Scrolls  Permanent  0:09:22 ()
The Parasites of the Western World  You Must Be Joe King   Options The Parasites of the Western World  De Stijl/Criminal  0:13:05 ()
Sonic Youth  I Love You Golden Blue   Options Sonic Nurse  DGC  0:17:47 ()
Godflesh  Head Dirt   Options Streetcleaner (Reissue)  Earache  0:23:55 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
The Necks 
Silverwater   Options Silverwater  ReR Megacorp  0:33:32 ()
Messer Chups  How To Become a Vampire   Options V/A: Russkie Wig-Out!  Omni  0:42:39 ()
Savage Republic  Tabula Rasa   Options Jamahiriya Democratique Et Populaire De Sauvage  Mobilization  0:46:16 ()
OOIOO  ATS   Options Taiga  Thrill Jockey  0:51:54 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
The Necks 
Silverwater   Options Silverwater  ReR Megacorp  0:59:56 ()
Asmara All Stars  Safir Hilet (feat. Ibrahim Guret)   Options Eritrea's Got Soul  Out Here  1:05:08 ()
Compay Quinto  El Diablo   Options V/A: The Roots of Chicha 2: Psychedelic Cumbias from Peru  Barbes  1:10:31 ()
Macy Skipper  Goofin' Off   Options V/A: Great Googly Moo  Ace  1:13:57 ()
Lee Perry & The Upsetters  Chim Cherie (version)   Options 7"  Upsetters  1:16:59 ()
The Residents  Blue Rosebuds   Options Our Tired, Our Poor, Our Huddled Masses  The Cryptic Corporation/Ryko  1:19:37 ()
The Beets  God   Options 7"  Captured Tracks  1:23:08 ()
 
Sun City Girls  This Is My Name   Options Funeral Mariachi  Abduction  1:40:34 ()
Oneohtrix Point Never  Wayland Lincoln Border   Options 7" split w/Tomutonttu  Alter  1:44:35 ()
Robedoor  Pacific Drift   Options 7"  Not Not Fun  1:49:07 ()
Nagamatzu  Carmine   Options Sacred Islands of the Mad  Dark Entries  1:53:38 ()
Lazer Sword  Batman   Options Batman 12''  Innovative Leisure  1:58:35 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
The Necks 
Silverwater   Options Silverwater  ReR Megacorp  2:05:56 ()
Bauhaus  All We Ever Wanted Was Everything   Options The Sky's Gone Out  Beggar's Banquet  2:20:54 ()
The Legendary Stardust Cowboy  Shadow of a Tiger   Options Paralyzed! His Vintage Recordings 1968-1981  Em  2:24:53 ()
Kristian Poulsen/Toke Tietze Mortensen  Untitled   Options 7"  Yoyooyoy  2:27:10 ()
Negativland  Happy Hero: The Remedia Megamix   Options Happy Heroes  Seeland  2:32:18 ()
Coasting  The One We Both Like   Options 7"  M'Lady's  2:37:14 ()
Laetitia Sadier  Un Soir, Un Chien   Options The Trip  Drag City  2:40:18 ()
People  Shomyo - Part 2   Options Ceremony: Buddha Meet Rock  P-Vine  2:44:51 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
The Necks 
Silverwater   Options Silverwater  ReR Megacorp  2:50:55 ()
Ryuchi Sakamoto  Only Love Can Conquer Hate   Options Chasm  Warner Japan  2:56:35 ()

Listener comments!

  Mon. 12/13/10 9:08pm Kat:

Hendrix With Ko YES!
  Mon. 12/13/10 9:12pm Rick:

Hi Dan! Last week, the listener hour guys were funny and nice and their show had a mind of its own. I heard some cherishable lyrics into one of their songs: "turning water into brine", and I felt at home!
  Mon. 12/13/10 9:15pm Dan B:

Hi Kat...@Rick, glad they took good care of you guys.
  Mon. 12/13/10 9:30pm Rick:

Hey Dan, I just checked by to your playlist from your "sleazy" tribute, and that photo just melted me. Not from knowing him, but from being 12 in '78 and leaving U.K. The world continues to expand. Thanks for that wonderful show!
  Mon. 12/13/10 9:32pm QSP:

"Consider green lakes
and the idiocy of clocks..."
  Mon. 12/13/10 9:37pm mark bodah:

hey bodart!
  Mon. 12/13/10 9:44pm Dan B:

@QSP, idiocy of clocks indeed! @Mark, Bodart! Want some OOIOO? Coming up next.
  Mon. 12/13/10 9:46pm ec:

Is that like melting records? Because I love free speech!
  Mon. 12/13/10 9:51pm Dan B:

@EC, yeah it is a little like melting records. But Billy Joel's speech is not going to be stifled -- as if! -- but mine is going to be expressed, and a little catharsis achieved. Yay!
  Mon. 12/13/10 9:52pm Rick:

I recently found a major bummer of a CD in my collection, a wretched Robert Fripp side-band called "Sunday all over the World". It is heartbreakingly shitty I have already submitted a cassette I don't like, but would like to send this CD if I may.
  Mon. 12/13/10 9:53pm mark bodah:

YEAH, man. send me to sleep!
  Mon. 12/13/10 9:59pm Dan B:

@Rick, absolutely -- and thanks for the tape, BTW.
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:02pm jeremy:

enjoying your show from northern VA
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:02pm blujacket:

vancouver, BC represent!
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:03pm cheri:

happy holidays dan,,,i hope you get everything you want and more! also happy 20111!!
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:03pm mark bodah:

johnny cash's cover of "Hurt" by NIN makes me teary.
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:03pm blujacket:

cowboy junkies sweet jane
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:03pm Blork:

How 'bout Satisfaction by The DEVO!
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:03pm Kat:

Okay I got one for you - JC Brooks & The Uptown Sound doing Wilco
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:04pm Trevor:

Enjoying your show from Albuquerque, NM!
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:05pm blujacket:

do it, we'll be here.
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:05pm dave:

it's maybe not totally transformative, but i do like the bauhaus version of "third uncle".
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:06pm I X Key!:

! well Marilyn Manson's cover of "Down in the Park" by Gary Numan
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:07pm Ork:

Palomar does a great cover Eno's 'I'll come running'
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:07pm Will:

Summertime Blues by Flying Lizards ?
or Foxy Lady by the Cure
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:08pm dave:

you could do a whole theme set! the dirtbombs did a kinda funktastic "king's lead hat".
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:08pm Rick:

801 tnk or kinks 'got me', My suggestion is lame, but the show will fu^66jing ROCK!
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:09pm ddd333:

Love covers so 180 opposite from the original, familiar version that you've no clue until told. Then it's "ooohhh...wow!"

Listening from flyover land: Columbia, Missouri.
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:09pm dave:

and, of course, you could probably do 3 solid hours of versions of "baby's on fire".
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:10pm ec:

Satanicpornocultshop cover of Candy Says
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:10pm Nads McD:

I second Devo, either "Satisfaction" or "Are You Experienced?".
Or any one of the covers on Yes's first two LPs: "Every Little Thing", "I See You", "No Opportunity Necessary, No Experience Needed", "Everydays".
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:10pm Dan B:

Hot damn, y'all! Some great suggestions here, keep 'em coming!
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:11pm Ork:

Covers of Pere Ubu's 'Final Solution' - Peter Murphy did a good one and Bob Hund did a GREAT one.
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:12pm dave:

hüsker dü's "eight miles high" is pretty awesome.
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:13pm cheri:

see ya next year dan
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:14pm Barney:

There is a GREAT mongolian throat-singing version of In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida on The Rough Guide to Planet Rock
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:14pm blujacket:

cowboy junkies also did a cover of neil young's "powderfinger" which isn't transformative like "sweet jane" but it is goddamn heartbreaking.
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:14pm ec:

Oh that "kings lead hat" is a fav but they do great covers
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:14pm sam:

check out erika anderson from gowns doing covers of 'trouble in mind" and "moonshiner".
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:15pm ddd333:

Although it may be too timely: Joseph Spense's "Santa Claus is coming to town" is great anytime.
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:15pm Ork:

On the Eno trip, does anyone know a good cover of 'Fat Lady of Limbourg'? I swear I've heard one... once... somewhere...
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:17pm Rick:

Rory Gallager's down by the River is good, but kinda sad
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:18pm sam:

it's been hijacked a thousand times since then but jeff buckley covering john cale covering leonard cohen's "hallelujah" is nothing less than transformative.
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:22pm Rick:

Anything w/ Townes Van Zandt & Willy Nelson
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:23pm Dan B:

@Ork, the Iditarod did a great version of Eno's "Fat Lady of Limbourgh". Also, I'm very fond of the ukelele version by Poopy Lungstuffing (on youtube)
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:23pm QSP:

The Residents did a typically Residential version of It's A Man's Man's Man's Man's World on a 7" somewhere.
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:23pm ec:

@ Ork Iditarod covered it
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:25pm Will:

The Cramps doing Surfing Bird live in "Urgh: A Music War" also
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:26pm ec:

Um mudd up played a great cover of I put a spell on you tonight
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:28pm Rick:

Jim O'Rourke doing Ivor Cutler's "Women of the World Take Over".
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:30pm Trevor:

Scatman Crothers does a freaking awesome cover of "Ghost Riders in the Sky"
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:30pm ddd333:

Hayseed Dixie does all bluegrass AC/DC covers.
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:33pm penelope:

hey dan. haitian pirates are thwarting you in flatbush. :(
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:33pm penelope:

oh and meli says hi.
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:34pm Ork:

Thanks, will check out Idiarod cover :)
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:34pm Trevor:

Richard Cheese does a bunch of ironic covers of modern stuff. Lounge Brigade does a great cover of "Two Turntables and a Microphone". Black Velvet Flag is great for loungey covers of punk classics.
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:35pm Shannon Miller:

Hey, Third Reich & Roll is a great album! You can't go wrong with an album side titled Hitler Was a Vegetarian...I got an A in contemporary art history class for my paper on appropriation using that album as an example, my prof loved it and I let him keep the tape
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:35pm dave:

another not-totally-transformative-but-awesome one: sf seals doing "s.f. sorrow".
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:38pm R I S K Y:

GOOD EVENING DANIEL! GIVE EM THE GUFF!
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:39pm blacktooth:

Whats wrong with the "cassingle?" An overpriced hunk of plastic with a reduced amount of recording tape inside containing the same song once on both sides? What's the issue?
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:40pm QSP:

Big Black, The Model
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:41pm dave:

one for the "wait, WHAT?" column: bruce springsteen's brilliant version of "dream baby dream"
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:42pm dave:

(well, brilliant or maudlin, or perhaps both, depending on your point of view, i suppose.)
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:43pm Dan B:

Everybody, awesome suggestions just pouring in, I LOVE IT! @penelope, argh, the Haitian pirates are NOT supposed to be rocking it on a Monday night! Oh well -- & my love back to Meli too.
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:43pm Kat:

Two fun ones on Bloodshot Records' comp "Down to the Promised Land" - Waco Brothers "Baba O'Riley", The Unholy Trio's "Bring The Noise"
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:49pm Droll:

Transformative covers: I Want To Hold Your Hand (Sparks), Any cover by California Guitar Trio or Dokaka or Senor Coconut or Moog Cookbook, Tainted Love (Coil), (I Love You) And Don't Forget It (Quincy Jones), Slaughter on 10th Avenue (Mick Ronson), Like A Virgin (Royal Philharmonic Orchestra), Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now) (Van Halen, okay -- the band is transformed more than the song), Astronomy Domine (Voivod)
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:49pm blacktooth:

The steel drum band on youtube doing Joy Divisions "Transmission." Melvins covering Flippers "Way Of The World."
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:51pm Parq:

With all these Eno covers being mentioned, how about the flip side? Eno and Manzanera, with a great bunch of side musicians collectively known as 801 did a live album, ca. 1979, that begins with "Tomorrow Never Knows" and ends with "You Really Got Me". Loved it for three decades now.
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:55pm Ork:

Señor Coconut's 'Autobahn'
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:57pm Dan B:

@Parq, nice to see you around here again -- great suggestion, thanks. I'm going to be trying to string the covers along when/if I can -- i.e. Band A covering Band B, then Band B covering Band C, then Band C covering Band D, etc.
  Mon. 12/13/10 10:58pm Rick:

Hey Parq: I loved that lp and blurted it early on in the shinanigans. That was a fun spazzy blurr!
  Mon. 12/13/10 11:04pm Trevor:

The Hickoids: "Corn Foo Fighting"
  Mon. 12/13/10 11:07pm Droll:

Now I understand the goal: A covers B covers C etc.
I'm So Lo Lonesome I Could Cry (Everly Brothers), Wake Up Little Suzy (Simon and Garfunkle), The Boxer (Dylan), All Along The Watchtower (Hendrix), Foxy Lady (Cure), Love Song (311)... oh what a fun show that's going to be!
  Mon. 12/13/10 11:11pm david ftrom ks:

,,,,,,,hey i met the Hickoids at the Colllege Motel in Lawrence Ks.in 1989,,They were a fine band to hear Live,,,,,very original,,,,,,
  Mon. 12/13/10 11:14pm Parq:

Phlo and Eddie didn't exactly cover "Kung Fu Fighting", but they song-checked it in a bit that included the line (approximate, from memory): "We may come from different places, do different things -- we may have nothing in common at all except one thing -- that song sucks."
  Mon. 12/13/10 11:16pm david from ks:

,,,,,,"Hard Korn",,,,,Hickoids First LP
  Mon. 12/13/10 11:17pm Rick:

Be nice parq, sucking is relative. Comical qualites sometimes stumble thrru!
  Mon. 12/13/10 11:18pm Brian:

How much did the lift-off fundraiser make?
  Mon. 12/13/10 11:23pm Dan B:

@Brian, I think it came in to about $70K -- not bad, but a bit below the $180K goal to keep our budget on track.
  Mon. 12/13/10 11:24pm Dan B:

ANYONE WHO WANTS TO SEND IN RECORDS FOR THE RECORD SMASMASH SHOW: send em to me at three fifty eight Argyle road, brooklyn new york 11218.
  Mon. 12/13/10 11:30pm slugluv1313:

joining in somewhat late in the discussion -- will you be smashing up JANDEK recordings by the truckload? or has that been done to death already?
  Mon. 12/13/10 11:31pm david from ks:

,,,,Dan B,,,,Good Show,,,,,
  Mon. 12/13/10 11:32pm Dan B:

@slugluv, oh good idea! I don't have any to contribute, but it's a perfect freeformization of the idea! who can spare a Jandek record? (Is that synonymous with owning one?)
  Mon. 12/13/10 11:55pm slugluv1313:

wasn't JANDEK selling his LPs by the BOXFUL at one point?
  Mon. 12/13/10 11:58pm Dan B:

Haha I think that's true. He's a world-traveler now!
  Tue. 12/14/10 12:50am slugluv1313:

ha ha! re: "world traveler" -- SOMEWHERE i still have the letter from "Corwood Industries" -- maybe from mid/late 1980s? -- something like, "No tour plans for JANDEK at this time" -- !
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