Options Strength Through Failure with Fabio: Playlist from November 10, 2011 Options

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The Failure of Noise
The Failure of Sound
The Failure of Rock
The Failure of the Avant Garde
The Failure of the Space Age
The Failure of Jazz
The Failure of Psychedelia
The Failure of Krautrock
The Failure of Electronic
The Failure of Pop
The Failure of Free-form
The Failure of the 20th Century

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Options November 10, 2011: The Blind Justice of Failure

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
James Last  Mr. Giant Man   Options Voodoo Party  0:00:00 ()
The Lost Domain  Indian War Whoop II   Options Blondes Chew more Gum  0:18:20 ()
High Wolf  Free Your Energy Field   Options A Guide to Healing 7"  0:18:47 ()
Maurice & Walter (Moolah)  The Hard Hit   Options Woe Ye Demons Possessed  0:24:56 ()
High Wolf  Kenya Sunset   Options Atlas Nation  0:29:48 ()
 
Maurice & Walter (Moolah)  Mirrors   Options Woe Ye Demons Possessed  0:39:24 ()
Anne-James Chaton & Andy Moor  Princess in a Rover P6 3500S V8   Options Princess in a Car  0:46:56 ()
The Monkees  Opening Ceremony/Porpoise Song (Theme From "Head")   Options Head  0:49:56 ()
Joseph Hammer  Dynasty Suites Volume 2 (excerpt)   Options Dynasty Suites Volume 2  1:00:12 ()
Mathon  Herizun   Options wire tapper 27  1:05:51 ()
Hafler Trio  Ignotium per Ignotius (excerpt)   Options Ignotium per Ignotius  1:06:36 ()
 
Key Ransone  A Tangible Bridge   Options Zelphabet: Vol. K  1:27:43 ()
Loop Orchestra  Profiles   Options Not Overtly Orchestral  1:34:13 ()
Language Removal Services  Marilyn Monroe   Options Sampler V.2.0  1:44:48 ()
Ludo Mich & Blood Stereo  The Peeling Spirirt   Options From Tapes & Throats  1:45:40 ()
Language Removal Services  Sylvester Stallone   Options Sampler V.2.0  1:53:13 ()
Ekkehard Ehlers  Nie Wieder Schnell Sagen   Options A Life Without Fear  2:00:11 ()
Ennio Morricone  Man With a Harmonica   Options Once upon a Time in the West  2:01:06 ()
Ennio Morricone  Esplicitamente Sospeso   Options Il Serpente (sndtk)  2:03:02 ()
 
Frank Zappa  Uncle Meat film Excerpt part 2   Options Uncle Mea  2:25:22 ()
Frank Zappa  King Kong pts. 2-4   Options Uncle Meat  2:26:03 ()
Hans Edler  Out of the Body   Options Elektron Kukéso  2:27:23 ()
Denman Maroney  Double Zero pt. VII   Options Double Zero  2:31:08 ()
Giancinto Scelsi  Quartetto D'Archi No. 4 (1964)   Options New Music for string Quartet  2:38:09 ()
 

Listener comments!

  Thu. 11/10/11 3:21pm Cecile:

hey, Fabio!

How about "The Touch, The Feel of Failure, the Fabric of Our Lives?"
  Thu. 11/10/11 3:24pm BSI:

.....which brings to mind the first draft of that General Foods International Coffees jingle, something to the effect of "Celebrate the failure of our lives..."
  Thu. 11/10/11 3:25pm BSI:

heck, we're all failures on the bus.
  Thu. 11/10/11 3:26pm Cecile:

Ancient Failure Secret.
  Thu. 11/10/11 3:30pm fp:

Let's get Mikey! He's a failure
.
  Thu. 11/10/11 3:31pm Cecile:

Fails the first time, every time.
  Thu. 11/10/11 3:35pm Cheri Pi:

I just ordered this High Wolf album unlistened! until now...
  Thu. 11/10/11 3:38pm BSI:

...takes a lickin' and keeps on failin'...
  Thu. 11/10/11 3:46pm douglas in the district of columbia:

We love to fail, and it shows.
  Thu. 11/10/11 3:46pm Chris from DC:

Everything you've always wanted in failure. And less.
  Thu. 11/10/11 3:47pm fp:

Oh I'm a failure, He's a failure, She's a failure, We're a failure. Wouldn't you like to be a failure too?
  Thu. 11/10/11 3:47pm hamburger:

failure ze the only option
  Thu. 11/10/11 3:51pm Carmichael:

Think outside the failure.
  Thu. 11/10/11 3:52pm BSI:

don't NEVER.....but never......... make fun of no...... cripples.....
  Thu. 11/10/11 3:54pm Brass Knuckles:

I never thought I'd like the Monkees until I saw HEAD. Movie is out of control.
  Thu. 11/10/11 3:55pm nic:

Anne-James Chaton is pretty awesome_everything i've heard anyway
  Thu. 11/10/11 3:55pm Scarecrow:

Oh, I'm a failure, because I haven't got a brain
  Thu. 11/10/11 3:56pm Carmichael:

The Monkees were pretty good, when you let them do their own stuff.
  Thu. 11/10/11 3:59pm Mike East:

I couldn't get into HEAD. I gave it a few tries, too.
  Thu. 11/10/11 4:01pm BSI:

@Mike: for me, it's all about that CRIPPLES scene. I could watch it on a loop for months. But then, I'm funny that way.
  Thu. 11/10/11 4:02pm Carmichael:

HEAD is definitely dated, like Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In. But it was way cool for its time. Very quirky and inventive.
  Thu. 11/10/11 4:03pm Cecile:

Carm, and Boyce and Hart did right some good stuff for them as well.
It is bittersweet looking at the liner notes for Headquarters, so defensive.
  Thu. 11/10/11 4:06pm Mike East:

@BSI - perhaps I will give it another go one of these days.
  Thu. 11/10/11 4:08pm BSI:

.....well, it's the "don't never make fun o'no cripples" thing, but also the great pleasure of seeing Micky Dolenz drown to death.....TWICE!!!!!!! Next to that, the rest of the film is filler!
  Thu. 11/10/11 4:08pm yair yona (tel aviv, Israel,Earth):

I don't know. I still love Head, and I don't see it as dated.
  Thu. 11/10/11 4:10pm Carmichael:

@Cecile: agreed, Tommy Boyce had some great songs for the Monkees and as a solo artist. I was trying to differentiate between the early "pop" Monkees and the later, hipper, more drug culture-influenced Monkees. And I say that as a huge fan of anything that came out of the Brill building.
  Thu. 11/10/11 4:10pm Cecile:

I haven't seen it all the way through.
It's always been aired/dragged out late at night, and I'm out in thirty seconds.
  Thu. 11/10/11 4:11pm still b/p:

Memorees...probably shared here before: Dad took me and two sisters to see 'em as birthday present. Seats on the floor, Boston Garden, summer, 1967. Kids standing on chairs most of the concert. Girl in front of us went down the aisle to rush the stage, returned with bloody lip. Mickey did whole James Brown cape/collapse/false exit thing -- reference I didn't get at the time.
  Thu. 11/10/11 4:12pm Cecile:

Exactly, Carm. I think if they could have lost some of their bitterness toward the industry and each other, they could be fine elder statesmen today.

Fab, flash stream is being flaky for me.
  Thu. 11/10/11 4:12pm Mike East:

@BSI - in that case, maybe I'll just look for the clip on youtube!
  Thu. 11/10/11 4:13pm snack fu:

Snap! Since when can you
Comment on the Edmund iPhone app? I love you wfmu, yet you find ways to make me happier everyday.
  Thu. 11/10/11 4:15pm snack fu:

By Edmund, I meant WFMU. Stupid autocorrect.
  Thu. 11/10/11 4:16pm yair yona (tel aviv, Israel,Earth):

Wire Tapper is released every three months or so
  Thu. 11/10/11 4:28pm Chop Scott:

Excellent to hear Key R., always fantastic work...
  Thu. 11/10/11 4:38pm Brass Knuckles:

I used to have an axe toy from Japan that made that exact same screaming noise when you hit it against something.
  Thu. 11/10/11 4:41pm BSI:

I must have that axe toy.
  Thu. 11/10/11 4:50pm Toy Screaming Horror Axe:

Is this the axe?

http://tinyurl.com/cmwbml8
  Thu. 11/10/11 4:54pm Brass Knuckles:

Yes. Looks like it.
  Thu. 11/10/11 4:55pm hamburger:

close enough to me / maybe just lacks a nozzle for ketchup to spray out of

this is the creepiest set ever...
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:01pm Brass Knuckles:

This once upon a time in the west?
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:02pm dale:

love this ekkehard - thought it was fields of the nephilim
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:03pm dale:

meant morricone
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:04pm Brass Knuckles:

ya okay. Charlie Bronson's theme music.
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:05pm Rumboon:

Happy birthday Mr. Morricone!
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:11pm Brass Knuckles:

You ever see the cologne commercials Bronson did in Japan? Epic shit, like 3 minute long ads.
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:17pm fp:

How about some ColdPlay
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:18pm trolly mctrollerson:

limp bizkit!
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:18pm ZBE:

fp:
This isn't Irwin's show, so thankfuly no chance.
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:20pm Carmichael:

But Clay's coming on next, so it's a distinct possibility. Distinct, I say!
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:20pm Stanley:

A little house I used to live in?
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:26pm Carmichael:

I recognize this keyboard sound as the same one used by Richard Sinclair in Caravan.
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:29pm david:

King Kong is the Jean-Luc Ponty composition Lennon ripped off, right?
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:29pm Stanley:

Uncle Meat, sounding fresh as ever!
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:30pm david:

I think I confuse Uncle Meat with Burnt Weenie Sandwich. Now how is that possible.
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:34pm Fiendish McTavish:

Enjoyed hearing that Joseph Hammer cut. The current sounds are positively luminous to boot!
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:50pm Rueben:

and the Jets
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:51pm dale:

it seems like every decade is a rehash of twenty years before.
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:55pm Matt from Springfield:

@dale: Indeed, nothing is less cool than something 10 years old or slightly older; then it starts to become novel, "rediscovered", and 16-20 year old stuff is "retro" cool.
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:56pm Zappa:

I got the Coop a deal.
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:56pm ZBE:

Bongo Fury!
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:57pm glenn:

zappa's fave band was the shaggs. 'nuff said.
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:58pm Ezrin:

Welcome to my Nightmare
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:58pm McCartney:

JETS!! Whoo hoo ooh whoo ooh oo whoo ooh oo ...
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:59pm Hacksaw Jenkins:

Favorite quote from Clay's show last week... "So do you believe in God or are you an atheist, like Fabio?"
  Thu. 11/10/11 5:59pm Matt from Springfield:

Make Your Own American Spirits Booth!
  Thu. 11/10/11 6:00pm Carmichael:

I thought Fabio was an agnostic.
  Thu. 11/10/11 6:01pm Carmichael:

The industrial revolution was not televised!
  Thu. 11/10/11 6:01pm Adam:

American Spirits are so 1%....you know it was TOP.
  Tue. 11/15/11 6:19pm Oona:

I was just listening to your show of a couple of weeks ago where you mentioned Charlotte Rampling. Did you ever see the movie with her, made in the 60s, where she plays a French woman fooling around on her husband WITH A MONKEY? “Max mon Amour” is the title. The really unusual thing about it to me is that they treat it seriously. I was expecting a surreal, wacky comedy. Truly bizarre. It didn’t SEEM comedic to me. I couldn't take it!
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