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Options August 30, 2011: Funny Triangle

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
THE IN-THEME          0:00:00 ()
 
LARRY MONDELLO BAND  Hello Tape (198?)   Options Greatest Hits  Mondello Music  2007  0:02:44 ()
STEVE LAUGHERY  Spinning Wheel   Options The Many Sounds of 9  KayBe  1969  0:02:54 ()
GUY GOODE & HIS DECENTONE ORCHESTRA  Candied Yams (And Meadows Full of Flowers)   Options There Are No Clean People  no label  1985  0:07:04 ()
CHRISTIAN BOULE  Radio-Arc-en-Ciel   Options Photo Musik  Polydor  1977  0:08:45 ()
LARRY MONDELLO BAND  My Gal (198?)   Options Greatest Hits  Mondello Music  2007  0:11:15 ()
RUDOLPH STATLER  Groovy Baby   Options More Mancini Favorites  Wyncote  1965  0:13:47 ()
WALLS OF GENIUS  Murderer's Nightmare (198?)   Options Raw Sewage, Vol. 1  no label  2004  0:16:12 ()
LARRY CHELSI  House of the Rising Sun   Options In 'n Out  Leopard  19??  0:18:55 ()
 
JAN & DEAN  A Beginning from an End   Options Folk 'n Roll  Liberty  1965  0:25:17 ()
R. STEVIE MOORE  Funny Child   Options Delicate Tension  H.P. Music  1978  0:28:16 ()
R. STEVIE MOORE  Norway   Options Delicate Tension  H.P. Music  1978  0:30:20 ()
POMONA CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL GLEE CLUB  Misty Morning   Options Dreams Are Forever  no label  196?  0:33:03 ()
THE STYRENES  Radial Arms Saws (1976)   Options It's Still Artastic  Roir  2002  0:37:24 ()
DOLL  Triangle   Options Doll  no label  1999  0:41:07 ()
THE MAKERS OF THE DEAD TRAVEL FAST  Into the Arc (1981)   Options G'Arage D'Or  Extreme  1990  0:44:40 ()
MICHAEL NYMAN  Water Dances (1984)   Options The Essential Michael Nyman Band  Argo  1992  0:47:28 ()
 
ACROPHONY  Noise in the Piano   Options Symbol and Sound [CD EP]  no label  1991  1:01:59 ()
HUDSON-STYRENE  Memory of You (1987)   Options A Monster & the Devil  Mustard/Tinnitus  1989  1:08:31 ()
THE PRETTY THINGS  Dream/Joey   Options Silk Torpedo  Swan Song  1974  1:11:38 ()
TIREZ TIREZ  Scattered   Options 7"  The Zoo  1979  1:18:28 ()
MIRRORS  All My Life (1974)   Options Hands in My Pockets  Overground  2001  1:22:11 ()
SPIGGY TOPES  Love in the Wind (1967)   Options V.A.: Dustbin Full of Rubbish  Grants  1993  1:26:02 ()
 
THE PEEP SHOW  Morning (196?)   Options Mazy: The Secret World of the Peep Show  Castle Music  2007  1:32:09 ()
MONTREAL  Infinity   Options A Summer's Night  Stormy Forest  1970  1:35:09 ()
THE STORYBOOK  The Love Children   Options Soundtrack: Psych-Out  Sidewalk  1968  1:43:08 ()
THE WYNCOTE ORCHESTRA  Hannah & Sharon Theme   Options Music from Night of the Iguana/a.o.  Wyncote  1964  1:45:33 ()
GOGI GRANT  By the Way   Options Gogi Grant  Pete  1972  1:50:48 ()
JAMES & KLING  One Day   Options Catch a Dream  Winged Salamander  1987  1:53:28 ()
 
HALF JAPANESE  Dance When I Say Dance   Options Our Solar System  Iridescence  1984  2:02:38 ()
KRACKHOUSE  Fill In the Blanks   Options Drink. It's Legal  Metamkine  1991  2:04:24 ()
JIMMY SMACK  Hating Life   Options Death Rocks (7")  no label  1983  2:06:03 ()
THE BLITZOIDS  Look Up   Options Look Up  Mook  1990  2:09:11 ()
EXTENDED ORGAN  Hum Diddle Um Diddle Um   Options Xoxo  Birdman  1999  2:13:43 ()
LARRY MONDELLO BAND  Slut (198?)   Options Greatest Hits  Mondello Music  2007  2:18:52 ()
THE PENATRATORS  Baby Dontcha Tell Me (1979)   Options Basement Anthology, 1976-84  Swami  2005  2:21:16 ()
CHRIS NEWMAN  It Wouldn't Do You Any Harm (1991)   Options New Songs of Social Conscience  Review  1998  2:24:04 ()
EUGENE HEMMER  Quatro Pastorali Natali, No. 4   Options Christmas Joys  Charade  1973  2:31:31 ()
 
HERMETO PASCOAL  Asa Branca   Options A Música Livre de Hermeto Pascoal  Sinter  1973  2:38:15 ()
JULOS BEAUCARNE (w/ MARC MOULIN)  Le Cheval de Corbillard   Options Front de Liberation des Arbres Fruitiers  RCA Victor  1974  2:42:34 ()
RAY MARTIN  Thunderball   Options Thunderball and Other Thriller Music  RCA Camden  1965  2:45:24 ()
BURT WARD/ FRANK ZAPPA  Boy Wonder, I Love You   Options 7"  MGM  1966  2:47:50 ()
 
LARS LARSSON  Opening a Can of Worms (1993)   Options V.A.: 3rd Hearing  Fylkingen  1995  2:53:05 ()
CURD DUCA  Wind   Options Easy Listening 3  Normal  1994  3:04:03 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 8/30/11 12:00pm tonyc:

Hullo dere!!
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:00pm jk:

present
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:00pm Alf From (soggy) Upstate:

Welcome back Tony!
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:05pm tonyc:

Thanks, Alf -- it's good to be back!
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:06pm iker:

hello Tony!!!
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:07pm tonyc:

Greetings, Iker!!
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:07pm Ricardo Montalban:

hello, Tony! Hope all is ducky with you.
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:08pm tahomajohn:

Good Pacific Northwest Morning TonyC!
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:09pm tonyc:

Full-on ducky -- thanks, Senor!
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:09pm tonyc:

Same to ya, Tahomajohn!
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:12pm tahomajohn:

Tony, I have some relatives fresh in town from Switzerland who are punky garage/grungers and are heading down to Portland for the day... any place down there they should not miss this afternoon...?
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:15pm tonyc:

Well, I can recommend two record stores for them: Green Noise and Discouraged. Don't know what else punks do in the afternoon....
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:16pm tahomajohn:

awesome.. they are record collectors so i well give them the info...cheers!:)
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:19pm Ricardo Montalban:

2nd Avenue Records on the west side of Portland used to be great for punk, garage and rock, but I haven't been there for years.
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:20pm Ricardo Montalban:

Tony, where is Green Noise?
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:21pm Ricardo Montalban:

I like Exiled on Hawthorne and Sonic Recollections on Belmont, but they don't get a lot of records very frequently. I hit them once a month or so.
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:24pm marcury:

Hey Tony, good to have you back.
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:25pm tonyc:

Green Noise is at 2615 SE Clinton St. Exiled and Crossroads are my faves, but not necessarily the best for punk.

Hey Marcury!
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:27pm tahomajohn:

Hey, those clever Swissters already had Green Noise on their list for places to check out! But they will also give a look at these other locs... Thanks for the info, Tony and Ric :)
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:27pm Carmichael:

Hey Tony. Hey everyone.
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:29pm tonyc:

R. Stevie Moore plays at Holocene here in Portland this Wednesday:
http://www.holocene.org/calendar/

I'm going!
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:29pm tonyc:

Heya, Carmichael!
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:30pm Ricardo Montalban:

WOO! Stevie!
I don't know how I missed Daniel Johnston last week!
I ended up hearing about it from the IT guy at work, who I didn't think was into that kind of thing...
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:31pm Ricardo Montalban:

Oh, Green Noise used to be Quality Records, I think. That shop has changed names so many times, I can't count it.
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:32pm tonyc:

Missed Daniel Johnston myself, unfortunately....
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:33pm Ricardo Montalban:

There's a big record and book sale on the 10th on Hawthorne, at the Eagles Lodge.
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:33pm Ricardo Montalban:

I will be DJing there around noonish, I think
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:35pm tonyc:

What I need right now are record shelves, not records. Was forced to put 10 boxes or LPs in the closet, which pains me.
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:36pm tonyc:

But thanks for the tip -- I'm sure I'll show up anyhow!
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:43pm tonyc:

This band Doll was based right near where I used to live in Brooklyn, but no ever heard of 'em, seemingly.
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:49pm iker:

wow, the mighty Makers of the Dead!!!...
i was recently told by Mitch at M Squared that they're currently working on a new double-disc Makers anthology.
looking forward to it!!!!
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:51pm tonyc:

Yes, I love the Makers of the Dead for sure. My favorite Australian band, though I think I may like the Systematics almost as much.
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:53pm Doug S.:

I rather like this. Makes me want to ride a horse.
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:54pm Conrad:

Kenny G put up an excellent '80s Michael Nyman album up on Ubuweb.
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:54pm tonyc:

Yep -- there are train songs, car songs -- and horse songs.
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:54pm iker:

indeed. i also love Ya Ya Choral. M Squared released very good stuff indeed.
  Tue. 8/30/11 12:58pm tonyc:

Conrad: Will investigate....

Iker: Haven't heard too much Ya Ya Choral -- but since they're post-Systematics, I'm sure I'd dig 'em.
  Tue. 8/30/11 1:03pm Ike:

Hello! Just in. Late due to PATH train hijinks! Please don't flog me. Hey, that Michael Nyman was something ELSE. Even after all this time, you can surprise me, Tony.
  Tue. 8/30/11 1:05pm iker:

i'm sure you'll like Ya Ya Choral, Tony.
they were poppier than the Systematics (wierdly pop, anyway).
most of their songs are in the great M Squared "Terrace Industry" boxset that came out last year.
  Tue. 8/30/11 1:05pm tonyc:

Hello there, Ike!
  Tue. 8/30/11 1:10pm tonyc:

IKer: Thanks for the tip. I've got the Vinyl on Demand M Squared box, which is excellent, but Ya Ya-less.
  Tue. 8/30/11 1:14pm tonyc:

And Ike: Doug handles the flogging, not me.
  Tue. 8/30/11 1:19pm Doug S.:

Ike, please place your left duodenum on the block and look away.
  Tue. 8/30/11 1:20pm BSI:

Duodenum? I never even met 'em!
  Tue. 8/30/11 1:21pm mark:

Love this Tirez Tirez stuff. Including track on your dj premium. Channeling Brian Ferry.
  Tue. 8/30/11 1:23pm tonyc:

Mark: The track on my comp is the flip of the song I just played. Definitely channeling Bryan Ferry!
  Tue. 8/30/11 1:28pm Ricardo Montalban:

Is Mirrors the Cleveland band?
  Tue. 8/30/11 1:29pm vcs3:

CLE & EUROCK-Great Mags
  Tue. 8/30/11 1:30pm Ricardo Montalban:

So many 70's underground bands sounded like Bryan Ferry.
Also, so many would-be rock stars sounded like Bowie, to me.
  Tue. 8/30/11 1:33pm tonyc:

Iker: Hope I didn't mangle the pronunciation of your name too horribly! And thanks for the Peep Show interview -- I'm looking forward to reading it. (Iker published a great Spanish music magazine called Morning -- after this song?)
  Tue. 8/30/11 1:33pm Ricardo Montalban:

Been running into lots of Roderick Falconer records lately. He probably would've been a slightly larger rock star in an adjoining reality plane.
  Tue. 8/30/11 1:34pm iker:

ooooooooooooooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhh...
thank you, Tony. i'm so delighted you liked the Peep Show.
  Tue. 8/30/11 1:34pm tonyc:

Mr. Montalban: Yep, Mirrors are the Cleveland band
  Tue. 8/30/11 1:36pm iker:

no prob about the name pronunciation, Tony.
it's actually something more like "eeker"... :-)
  Tue. 8/30/11 1:37pm tonyc:

Iker: Oops -- sorry.

Ricardo M: Who, pray tell, is Roderick Falconer?
  Tue. 8/30/11 1:40pm listener james from westwood:

just back in the house for the tail end; will be grabbing the archive as soon as it hits the server. glad you're back and spinnin'!
  Tue. 8/30/11 1:42pm tonyc:

Thanks, James! Glad you made it....
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:02pm Ricardo Montalban:

Roderick was a sort of contender for the Bowie crown. an american rock songwriter, smartass, sort of post glam, but way too much finesse for punk. He would fit in well with early Tubes, Sparks, etc. Cynical rock lyrics. Not too bad, but rather bland by New Wave standards
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:05pm Ricardo Montalban:

He's found more success as Rod Taylor, as a screenwriter.
I bought one of his records decades ago because it had intriguing neo-fascist imagery. It was weird, corporate sounding rock with sardonic, parodic lyrics.
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:08pm tonyc:

Believe it or not, Jimmy Smack is using the bagpipes run through effects.
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:08pm vcs3:

drunk on resident-ial punk!
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:11pm tonyc:

A good way to be!
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:16pm tonyc:

Did you answer the phone?
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:17pm Conrad:

is Extended Organ actually Tom Recchion?
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:17pm Doug S.:

Hello? Hello? Apparently, I'm not here.
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:20pm tonyc:

Conrad: Tom Recchion is a member of of Extended Organ, along with some other LAFMS-ers
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:25pm tonyc:

The other members being: Fredrik Nilsen, Joe Potts, and the artist Paul McCarthy
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:26pm holland oats:

omg this chris newman song is making me swoon
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:28pm tonyc:

Very romantic, isn't it?
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:28pm Doug S.:

Welcome to WFM-BLUE! (This track is wonderful.)
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:33pm Ike:

I always figured "WFM-Blue" would be 24/7 Dirty Duck.
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:34pm Doug S.:

That Chris Newman sounded a lot like Eric Bentley singing Hanns Eisler. Very Brecht-y
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:35pm holland oats:

with a little ivor cutler thrown in for fun
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:38pm tonyc:

Oops! Wire's Newman is Colin, of course! My goofy mistake....

I luvs Eric Bentley -- and Ivor too!
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:39pm vcs3:

Words we must use s... f... mf"er, c.sucker. & teats ..
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:39pm ivor cutler:

thank you very mulch
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:41pm tonyc:

I've got some dirty records in my bag of tricks lined up for the next show.
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:45pm tonyc:

Ivor: You're pretty on top of the latest technology for a dead person.
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:48pm ivor cutler:

and you're very on top of dead persons all day long
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:48pm Ricardo Montalban:

It was as if the shame of this track would outlive Frank...
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:49pm tonyc:

He reused bits of this....
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:49pm Ricardo Montalban:

My brother in law once shared a ski-lift with Burt Ward. He said he was a very nice guy.
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:50pm felix:

the necrophilliac cat
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:53pm Ricardo Montalban:

You know, there's a rightwing radio A-hole in Portland named Lars Larson, don't you?
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:53pm tonyc:

Dunno anything about Felix -- I'm a Top Cat man.
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:54pm tonyc:

Ricardo M: That does ring a bell!
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:55pm tonyc:

Thanks for listening everybody -- I'll be back in two weeks with a freshly baked show.
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:58pm Fritz Lang:

more cartoon/porn soundtracks
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:59pm Ricardo Montalban:

thanks, Tony! Great show!
  Tue. 8/30/11 2:59pm tonyc:

Thank ye, RM!
  Tue. 8/30/11 3:02pm tonyc:

Mulch obliged for the suggestion, Fritz.
  Tue. 8/30/11 3:02pm tonyc:

See ya everybody!
  Tue. 9/6/11 1:00pm jaime:

listening @ Give the Drummer Radio stream and so glad to be introduced to "funny child"/ r. stevie moore - many thnx
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