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Options November 22, 2011: salt, grease, and pesticides

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format New Approx. start time
david durrah  space 1   Options universal sounds of america  Soul Jazz        0:00:00 ()
roland p young  row land   Options Isophonic Boogie Woogie  em records        0:02:31 ()
lijadu sisters  amebo   Options danger  knitting factory  1976    *   0:09:14 ()
steve reid and the legendary master brotherhood  lions of judah   Options universal sounds of america  Soul Jazz        0:15:07 ()
adrian younge  rafelli chase   Options   wax poetics    7"    0:19:29 ()
lindstrom & christabelle  looking for what   Options real life is no cool  Feedelity/Smalltown Supersound        0:22:04 ()
the louvin brothers  i see a bridge   Options satan is real  light in the attic      *   0:28:34 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
 
  the sea at castle hill  Droll Yankees Inc.        0:31:35 ()
serge reggiani  le petit garcon   Options   jacques canetti disques    7"    0:39:52 ()
colleen  past the long black land   Options les ondes silencieuses  leaf        0:42:42 ()
robert wyatt/orchestre national de jazz  vandalusia   Options around robert wyatt  bee jazz      *   0:47:26 ()
Etienne Daho  il ne dira pas   Options Des Jeunes Gens Modernes: Post Punk, Cold Wave et Culture Novo en France 1978 - 1983  naive/agnes b      *   0:52:40 ()
wax tailor  Say Yes (feat. ASM)   Options in the mood for life  le plan        0:56:01 ()
dick curless  foggy foggy dew   Options the long lonesome road  omni recording corporation  1968    *   1:00:01 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
 
  the sea at castle hill  Droll Yankees Inc.        1:03:45 ()
tasseomancy  askelon   Options ulalume  out of the spark      *   1:10:17 ()
matt "mv" valentine  P.K.dick   Options What I Became  woodsist      *   1:13:30 ()
sam williams and the harris singers  he will fix it   Options This May Be My Last Time Singing: Raw African-American Gospel On 45 RPM (1957-1982)  tompkins square      *   1:19:41 ()
wounded lion  wyld parrots   Options lvxlcdm  in the red      *   1:21:13 ()
  intro/tokyo   lost in translation OST  Emperor Norton        1:23:05 ()
Kevin Shields  city girl   Options lost in translation OST  Emperor Norton        1:23:41 ()
fletcher henderson and the dixie stompers  Spanish Shawl   Options fletcher henderson and the dixie stompers 1925-6  emi        1:28:10 ()
Joe McGasko  this planet is doomed   Options WFMU Reinterprets the Music of Sun Ra: Interplanetary Remixes (V/A)  wfmu      *   1:29:54 ()
louis and bebe barron  love at the swimming hole   Options ost forbidden planet  poppydisc      *   1:31:55 ()
  side 2/#1   man on the moon the flight of apollo 11  evolution        1:37:33 ()
  side 1   sex is my business  fax record company        1:40:42 ()
dorothy ashby  lonely girl   Options afro-harping  cadet records        1:44:53 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
 
  the sea at castle hill  Droll Yankees Inc.        1:47:18 ()
andreya triana  lost where i belong   Options lost where i belong  ninja tune        1:54:32 ()
golden silvers  of arrows eros   Options true romance  xl        1:58:50 ()
matias aguayo  i don't smoke   Options kompakt total 12  kompakt      *   2:05:32 ()
digitaldubs  dub echoes theme   Options #1  roir      *   2:10:58 ()
juanita ellis  make a joyful noise   Options Boddie Recording Company: Cleveland, Ohio V/A  numero group      *   2:14:55 ()
olof arnalds  close my eyes   Options olof sings  one little indian      *   2:19:10 ()
sam dees  heritage of a black man   Options Black and Proud Volume 1 v/a  trikont        2:22:26 ()
lucille bogan  tricks ain't walking no more   Options Oh, Run Into Me, But Don't Hurt Me! Female Blues Singers Rarities 1923-1930  sub rosa        2:26:47 ()
big blood  all operations   Options strange maine 11-04-06  Donttrusttheruin        2:28:51 ()
charlie haden  The Interlude (Drinking Music)   Options Liberation Music Orchestra  impulse        2:37:05 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
 
  the sea at castle hill  Droll Yankees Inc.        2:40:31 ()
patsy cline  strange   Options live volume two  mca records        2:43:39 ()
group doueh  jagwar doueh   Options zayna jumma  sublime frequencies        2:45:53 ()
beverly ann   you've got your mind on other things   Options jumpin at the go-go  bmg        2:50:19 ()
jonti  snickers hiss   Options twirligig  stones throw      *   2:51:59 ()
emika  be my guest   Options emika  ninja tune      *   2:53:43 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 11/22/11 9:01am earwax:

salt, grease, and pesticides - 3 of the 4 major food groups
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:03am glenn:

what's the fourth?
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:03am Marmalade kitty:

Yay Trouble!!!
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:04am Brian in UK:

Hello trouble & associates.

glenn bridge.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:05am earwax:

caffene
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:07am glenn:

i would have said pancakes, but perhaps that's just wishful thinking.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:08am trouble:

bonjour and good grey day to you all. i feel a lunar vibe coming on...
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:09am jonathan:

hey trouble!!
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:10am dc pat:

nice painting. painter? short bio?
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:10am Brian in UK:

trouble I'm guessing this picture is early Matisse, if that is who painted it.

glenn ever tried galettes? Made with buckwheat flour. Lawd how long did it take to get to food.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:12am glenn:

hmmm. i make galette with puff pastry, but i'm sure there are many different versions.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:13am Brian in UK:

I'm going to try Gado Gado at the weekend.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:14am PMD:

Listening live on the radio. So excited!
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:14am trouble:

bonjour jonathen. YEs brian in the uk that is matisse, marguerite wearing a hat. i love this painting, but for this week i felt like it had an old relatives vibe, what with thanksgiving and all on the horizon. And i just thought of making buckwheat crepes yesterday, in fact., a gluten free version
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:16am glenn:

have you seen the vegan black metal chef? VERY funny stuff. http://www.youtube.com/user/VeganBlackMetalChef
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:17am jamesie:

my mums pug was called Matisse (she and Fanny the other pug) were run over 1983 - also my Dad, killing all three - RIP
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:18am dc pat:

vegan black metal chef rules. I just finished up some TDay "leftovers" (stuff that wouldn't fit into the fake turkey, tofu, seitan....really good this year....
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:19am Brian in UK:

The picture does have a fusty feel about the dress. Looks like the hands were an afterthought.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:22am still b/p:

Buckwheat ployes are good but you need to eat 125 of them for a good substantial breakfast.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:23am Snortley:

I thought the major food groups were sugar, salt, chewing gum, and cigarettes.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:24am glenn:

wouldn't chewing gum be considered sugar?
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:25am fred von helsing:

Salt, sugar, grease, carbohydrates, and alcohol
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:26am Parq:

Not to be off-topic, but fire-breathing first set, Miss Trouble.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:28am trouble:

the major food groups are cakes, cookies, and ice cream although in my house they are probably more like chocolate, kale, brown rice and spanish wine
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:29am trouble:

parq, kind words are never off topic: thanks!
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:32am earwax:

We elves try to stick to the four main food groups: candy, candy canes, candy corns and syrup.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:34am Marmalade kitty:

I fel the spray here!?
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:36am AbeSomething:

Castle Hill - That was wonderful!
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:36am still b/p:

Guinness, pizza, squash and dark (70%+) chocolate -- although somehow I still weigh less than an average Irish Setter.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:37am dc pat:

I'm going to go with von helsing. That about sums up my diet...
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:38am cordesc:

hands? what hands, they've been bitten off!
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:39am glenn:

irish setters are above average, not that i want to paraphrase garrison keillor.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:41am annie:

pmd!!
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:41am Sam:

Good morning
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:42am Patrick:

Trouble, if you and the fam have no plans your welcome to join us in Columbus for turkey day!
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:43am Sam:

I saw this great Jean-Paul Belmondo movie called "Le Solitaire". The villain is this guy named Schneider, prounounced Shneh-dare, who's this chubby nerdy looking guy with big puffy hair, but he's a heartless killer. Hilarious.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:44am Patrick:

Still b/p at lest now vegetables (pizza) make up the majority of your diet! Keep up the good work!
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:45am glenn:

big puffy hair will do that to you.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:45am trouble:

wow sam, that looks awesome! here's a trailer:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYAPSZTO0Cw
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:46am Magda:

There was a documentary about graffiti, I believe it was called Bomb It. The most fascinating was graffiti from Spain. You can tell they adopted a modern art style. You can see cultural influences in some of these pieces and how the line between street art and art in the contemporary sense bleeds together.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:47am trouble:

hey patrick and lovely emily! thank you, but we are ri bound. dj icepack turns 11 tomorrow! aaagh. have a nice couple of days of rest...
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:48am Magda:

I also think someone should pay an artists with room and board and supplies to cover up ugly graffiti throughout the metro area.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:48am erella!:

ah, Robert Wyatt, Thank you so much Trouble.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:49am trouble:

bonjour erella! ca va?
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:51am Brian in UK:

Has the word been invented yet for women/men who put on far more perfume/aftershave than is really necessary causing a gagging/nausea amongst their fellows.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:52am Magda:

Skunks.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:52am erella!:

I live in toronto. We have a horrible dreadful guy as the mayor. There is a lot of very funny graffiti with his face. Really close to my house, there is a huge portrait of ROB Ford. At Halloween, the portrait became a Zombie, which was funny - for a time. Now, day after day to see this big scary face vomiting blood is not a pleasant addition to my day. I want the image to be altered again but don't know how to reach the artist.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:52am Sam:

Yes, it was a great movie.
"Où est Schneider!!"
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:53am glenn:

inscentsate?
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:56am ken:

mervieulleux?
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:57am Magda:

Brian maybe department store skunks would be appropriate.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:58am Jennique:

Morning Trouble and family. This painting has a musty look to it. Like your Aunt Ida who usually smells like wet down feathers.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:58am Magda:

thank you trouble.
  Tue. 11/22/11 9:58am still b/p:

Patrick -- Don't know if you caught it before you emigrated, but Portland has a new slice in town the last couple of years: Otto's, and, yea, it is good, and in two locations downtown shall ye find it, both of them just steps away from where one of those other food groups is enjoyed handily on Fridays and Saturdays, so the map overlays the official diet diagram nice 'n healthy like.
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:01am George:

I love you Trouble but that was the worst sounding encoding of an mp3 I've heard in a while.
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:03am Brian in UK:

Guess aroma propagation is a common problem in the first/second world.

Made pizza last night (00 flour) I put some shredded duck leftover from previous day. It was delicious.
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:03am trouble:

really ? george i am so sorry. i played it off you tube, as a request and it sounded fine on the cue but that is not a good judge i guess. that is why i hate to play music off other sites...ooops
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:04am Magda:

Well I wish they would turn lemons into lemonade and use overly scented people for crowd control.
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:04am erella!:

Happy Birthday dj icepack. Yikes,. Congrats on the second of many double digit birth dates. I have been obsessed with this age related quote for the last couple days. I think you might appreciate it.
"A Human lifetime is less than 1,000 months long.
For only 1/3 of those 1,000 months will you have time for serious thinking, serious loving and serious acting – that gives you only 300 months,” said Prof. Grayling
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:07am Brian in UK:

You know more at 15 intuitively than the rest of the world. But what can you do with it?
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:10am Marmalade kitty:

sound quality was ok to my ears ..but I'm not a fan of the track
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:11am Magda:

Next time I will send tracks for requests I make. It sounded find on my end.
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:12am Jennique:

OH - and happy eleventieth birthday to dj icepack! Hope you made it to the silverball museum.
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:13am George:

No need to apologize. I just feel a need to call out that sort of thing. Best Wishes.
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:15am trouble:

no apologies needed magda, thanks for the heads up
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:18am Priscilla:

Utopia member Moogy Klingman passed away:
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/22/arts/music/moogy-klingman-songwriter-and-original-member-of-utopia-dies-at-61.html?hpw
Todd Rundgren is so amazingly cool - no wonder Liv Tyler's Mom told her he was her father.
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:19am trouble:

brian in the uk, i teach 15 year olds, i find that terrifically hard to beleive. i am more intuitive now than when i was a teen. then i acted out of built in ruts handed down to me by others , now i act alone, but conciously part of a group, and more confidently
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:22am sugarwolf:

happy birthday, DJ Icepack! I remember listening to your shows when you were pregnant with my favorite WFMU DJ.
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:22am sugarwolf:

spooky, my math question was 111 + 1!! All those 1s!
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:25am Parq:

RIP Moogy, indeed. My own favorite of his non-Utopia work will always be Bette Midler's "Songs for the New Depression" album, a drastically underrated style salad that included a duet with Bob Dylan on the latter's "Buckets of Rain", with Moggy playing honky-tonk piano.
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:25am Dave in SoDak:

Well, I guess I'm watching Lost in Translation again tonight. ;-)
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:26am Parq:

Is it young D's birthday? Happy birthday, kid. Such a shame his star turn with Clay Pigeon at the Record Fair wasn't during an on-air segment.
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:33am Jennique:

Joe McGasko should have been a voice on Ren & Stimpy. "No sir, I don't like it!"
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:34am Detroit Mac:

Monsters of the Id!
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:39am aaron in chicago:

"and don't forget one in the command module!"
"shut up, mike."
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:47am Brian in UK:

trouble I debated about using intuitive, probably more personal than general. The intuitive falls in with one of Jungs four personality types with which I can identify. Do we grow into intuition or is it there from the begining? The point I was trying to make was the way that it is possible to see/absorb the world at such a young age without bias.
Anyway lets just enjoy 11.
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:49am trouble:

brian in the uk, i see bias as being a constant in any circumstance. maturity is being able to realize the bias and act around it
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:58am Brian in UK:

trouble something on the lines of Philip Larkins' 'your parents, they f... you up'? This is a harsh view I appreciate and not necessarily that of the writer.
  Tue. 11/22/11 10:59am mike tp:

just popped in. my daughter jennifer is a chef at abbys table in portland oregon. all vegan all the time. when in portland look it up. happyolidays all
  Tue. 11/22/11 11:02am Brian in UK:

Andreya Triana puts me in mind of Shara Nelson, sad that she has produced nothing for over 15 years. My comp is rebuffering a lot today.
  Tue. 11/22/11 11:02am trouble:

hey mike tp! hey jennique! sorry i am having troulbe keeping up on this list tioday, too much info for the riaa man to do this week...
  Tue. 11/22/11 11:03am trouble:

not so much that they f you up brian but everything leaves an imprint, everything. there is no tabula rasa
  Tue. 11/22/11 11:06am glenn:

they fuck you up, your mom and dad, they may not mean to but they do. they give you all the faults they had, and add some extra, just for you. - philip larkin.
  Tue. 11/22/11 11:07am seang:

Larkin is the shit!
  Tue. 11/22/11 11:10am seang:

man hands on misery to man, it deepens like a coastal shelf, baby
  Tue. 11/22/11 11:12am Brian in UK:

I agree, we have twin daughters they have learned for nine months longer. On first appearance there is no link of twins or even sisters. We did however try to be neutral by not favouring one or other.
  Tue. 11/22/11 11:21am r i s k y:

Great track. Love arthur russells version aswell! GO TROUBLE!!!
  Tue. 11/22/11 11:21am trouble:

twins fascinate me! it's like they have an added sense that we don't, if i was a psycologist i would study twins! and i am not agreeing with philp larkin, i'm hoping the misery is lightened with time not intensified...
  Tue. 11/22/11 11:22am Parq:

Karma in the news this morning -- the foreclosure lawyers who mocked the homeless at a Halloween party have all been notified that their firm is closing and they they will soon be losing their own jobs.
  Tue. 11/22/11 11:22am earwax:

RIP Paul Motian
  Tue. 11/22/11 11:26am stu:

Hei Trub, November in the air, days pass quick, we can see the stars almost all day twinkle twinkle
  Tue. 11/22/11 11:30am Brian in UK:

Larkins day job was as a librarian, anyone got a picture of him smiling, doubt it.

It's just got dark so early, raining, misty, smells of November. Hot chocolate calling. Cracking set as ever.
  Tue. 11/22/11 11:35am cubicle carl:

Big Blood soothes the savage breast
  Tue. 11/22/11 11:35am ffrr:

earwax, how did you find out about Paul Motian? It's not in the Times.
  Tue. 11/22/11 11:46am glenn:

country doowop, in a way.
  Tue. 11/22/11 11:47am AbeSomething:

@ffrr http://jazztimes.com/sections/news/articles/28981-paul-motian-dies-at-80
  Tue. 11/22/11 11:51am seang:

yeah Larkin was a bit of a downer, but the dude had wit
  Tue. 11/22/11 11:52am ffrr:

Thanks, Abe. I guess they're prepping his obit. He was the king of the anti-drummer, will be much missed.
  Tue. 11/22/11 11:55am trouble:

toodles fellow music lovers, have a great holiday if that's what you will be celebrating, or just a great week
  Tue. 11/22/11 12:01pm jim in the d:

Cool, I wondered when my swag was going to arrive!
  Fri. 11/25/11 11:37am trouble:

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