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Options January 31, 2012: Angels in Scarlet Boxes

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
THE IN-THEME          0:00:00 ()
THE TESCO BOMBERS  Hernando's Hideaway   Options 7"  Y Records  1982  0:01:35 ()
SNAKEFINGER  The Model   Options 7"  Ralph  1980  0:04:26 ()
STAN FREBERG  The Electronic Dress   Options More Here Than Meets the Ear  Radio Advertising Bureau  196?  0:08:06 ()
GOGI GRANT  Somebody to Love   Options Gogi Grant  Records by Pete  1972  0:10:21 ()
ECLIPSE  Space Love   Options Night and Day  Casablanca  1978  0:12:51 ()
FRED WEINBERG  Ode to Billy Joe   Options The Weinberg Method of Non-Synthetic Electronic Rock  Anvil  1970  0:17:03 ()
 
ALTAR BOYS  Where's It Gonna Lead You   Options V.A.: Back to the Rock #2  A&S  1983  0:24:18 ()
BY CHANCE  Revenge   Options 7"  Crammed Discs  1981  0:26:41 ()
SIC  Never Talk About Romance   Options 7"  Artibano  1980  0:31:18 ()
PSEUDO CODE  Baby Burn Out (1981)   Options The Third EP (7" EP)  EE Tapes  2011  0:34:41 ()
SNOWY RED  Lies in Your Eyes   Options The Right to Die  Dirty Dance  1982  0:39:01 ()
 
THE REFLECTIONS  4 Countries   Options 7"  Cherry Red  1982  0:49:13 ()
THE WILD STARES  The Moon Is Down   Options 7"  Propeller  1981  0:51:12 ()
FOLKS ON FIRE  He-Man and the Masters of the Universe   Options Folks on Fire  no label  1984  0:53:02 ()
FINCHLEY BOYS  Once I Was a Boy   Options Everlasting Tributes  RE: World Psychedelia  1972  0:56:37 ()
THE MAZE  Dejected Soul   Options Armageddon  MTS/ RE: Sundazed  1968  1:01:09 ()
LMNOP  Kaleidoscope   Options Elemen Opee Elpee  Baby Sue  1986  1:03:37 ()
AMON DUUL II  Traveller   Options Hi-Jack  Atco  1974  1:04:52 ()
HUMAN DANCE  The Desert Call (198?)   Options V.A.: The (Almost) Insanely Happy EP (7")  EE Tapes  2011  1:09:15 ()
 
THE DURUTTI COLUMN  Danny   Options 7"  Sordide Sentimental  1981  1:14:22 ()
ALAN MUNSON  A Visit from a Friend   Options First Light  RE: Guerssen  1979  1:17:57 ()
SUNSHINE SINGERS  Life Is a Mystery   Options How to Be a Sunshine Singer  Nebula Circle  197?  1:22:13 ()
ROBERT SEIDLER  Christian Boy   Options V.A.: The Rock of '84  Starstream  1983  1:25:06 ()
RUSH  Cygnus X-1   Options A Farewell to Kings  Mercury  1977  1:29:10 ()
 
CARTOON  Bedlam   Options Music from Left Field  Twelve Tone  1983  1:42:03 ()
ASMUS TIETCHENS  Drei Beisetzungen in Wien   Options Notturno  RE: Barooni  1986  1:46:42 ()
SUBJECT  L'Ultima Storia (198?)   Options V.A.: The (Almost) Insanely Happy EP (7")  EE Tapes  2011  1:51:25 ()
RED ASPHALT  Phone Call from God   Options 7"  Egg & Anvil  1981  1:54:41 ()
TED SMITH  The Good I Would Be   Options Smash & Grab World  Word  1969?  1:56:31 ()
THE MASTERS OF DECEIT  Boxes   Options Hensley's Electric Jazz Band and Synthetic Symphonette  Vanguard  1969  1:59:39 ()
FLYING ISLAND  Flying Island   Options Flying Island  Vanguard  1975  2:04:29 ()
 
HANS REICHEL  Dating at the Upper Larum   Options Lower Lurum  Rastascan  1995  2:11:10 ()
KLAUS FLOURIDE  Scarlet Ribbons   Options The Light Is Flickering  Alternative Tentacles  1991  2:12:59 ()
CORTEX  Cortex AC (197?)   Options The Whole Story  Plinkity Plonk  2011  2:15:18 ()
TINA & DAVID MELTZER  The Angel (1969)   Options Green Morning  RD  2001  2:16:39 ()
CORTEX  Cortex AD (197?)   Options The Whole Story  Plinkity Plonk  2011  2:19:24 ()
ANT TRIP CEREMONY  Going Down to the River   Options 24 Hours  RE: Anthology  1968  2:20:37 ()
EPIC SOUNDTRACKS (w/ ROBERT WYATT)  Jelly, Babies   Options Popular Classical (7" EP)  Rough Trade  1981  2:22:10 ()
FRIENDS OF THE FAMILY  Last Beach Crusade (196?)   Options The Songs of Ted Munda  Get Hip  1993  2:25:14 ()
FEDERAL DUCK  Tomorrow Waits for Today   Options Federal Duck  Musicor  1968  2:28:38 ()
THE RISING STORM  The Rain Falls Down   Options Calm Before....  RE: Arf! Arf!  1967  2:31:45 ()
DANDO SHAFT  Is It Me?   Options Lantaloon  RE: Guerssen  1972  2:35:13 ()
 
ALGARNAS TRADGARD  Two Hours Over Two Blue Mountains..../There Is a Time....   Options Framtiden ar ett Svavande Skepp, Forankrat i Forntiden  Silence  1972  2:43:43 ()
CURD DUCA  Wind   Options       3:03:05 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 1/31/12 11:24am iker:

hi Tony!
looking forward to today's show, here!
  Tue. 1/31/12 11:54am Alf from Upstate:

Welcome back Tony!
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 11:55am tonyc:

Hello there, Iker and Alf! And everybody else too. See ya in 5 minutes....
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 12:00pm tonyc:

And we're off....
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:03pm annie:

nice.. nice!!
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 12:03pm tonyc:

Vocals here by Sara of Amos & Sara....
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:03pm Ricardo Montalban:

Greetin's, Tony!
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:03pm Carmichael:

Tony Toni Tone!!
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 12:03pm tonyc:

Hiya, Annie!
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 12:04pm tonyc:

Carmichael!!!
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 12:04pm tonyc:

... and Senor M too! Greetings all...
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 12:06pm tonyc:

For beauty we will pay....
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:09pm Doug S.:

Greetings greetings greetings Tony Tony Tony!!!
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 12:09pm tonyc:

Doug Doug Doug!!!
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:14pm charlie:

I think that Gogi Grant was the definitive version.
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 12:14pm tonyc:

I've never met an earth girl, I've never been that far....
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 12:14pm tonyc:

Heya Charlie!!
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:17pm charlie:

Does compute.
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:17pm Mike VL:

"My circuits are overheating, they never programmed me to cry." Oh this is good
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:18pm Ricardo Montalban:

SPACE.LOVE.HURTS/
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 12:19pm tonyc:

Welcome aboard, Mike!
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 12:29pm tonyc:

Marc Hollander is the keyboard player on this By Chance track....
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:29pm Kay:

Happy Leap Year!
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:29pm annie:

oh crap i have to leave.. don't play anything good.. until..oh... 1:30...
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 12:29pm tonyc:

Marc Hollander of Aksak Maboul and the Honeymoon Killers, that is....
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:30pm Mike VL:

Glad to be here...excellent as always Tony!
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 12:31pm tonyc:

Hey there, Kay!

Annie: OK, I'll play the worst crap I have until 1:30

Mike: Thanks!!
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 12:38pm tonyc:

Realized yesterday that for the entire 20 years I've been on FMU, I've never played anything by XTC. What one track should I play by them? (Not today, but on a future show.)
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:39pm Jeremy:

afternoon Tony! grokking the android grooves...
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 12:40pm tonyc:

Hey there, Jeremy!
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:40pm Ricardo Montalban:

I love anything from Black Sea or Drums and Wires. Also, early single B-sides are fabo
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:41pm Ricardo Montalban:

I only just recently learned that XTC seldom performed live, due to Andy Partridge having bouts of stage fright.
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 12:41pm tonyc:

Thanks, Ricardo M. XTC are such an FMU staple, I feel obligated to play at least one track.
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:41pm Ike:

Ugh, the worst sound in the world: A screaming baby. What was Pseudo Code thinking?

Other than that, great show, Tony!
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:42pm conrad:

XTC? "Dear God" is the classic, but everyone probably knows that one. How 'bout either "Meccanik Dancing" or "Helicopter" for the Beefheart/Devo-ish New Wave discos, of "Complicated game" for the angst-ridden doom drone sound.
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:42pm Jeremy:

I remember especially liking Looking for Footprints, but googling it seems it only came out on a flexi from Flexipop! magazine. I like that Mr Partridge album.
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 12:42pm tonyc:

Thanks, Ike! Even if you are a baby hater....
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:43pm Ricardo Montalban:

I just bought a horrible 80's rap 12" called Funky Baby with manipulated baby samples, that sound like they came from one of those diagnose baby ailments by their cry LPs.
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 12:44pm tonyc:

Jeremy: I have played the Mr. Partridge album ... but will check out "Looking for Footprints." Thanks!
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:44pm Jeremy:

I love the whole infant Distress genre!
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:46pm Ike:

Baby hater, guilty as charged! Lock me up. As long as I can still listen to FMU from my cell.
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 12:46pm tonyc:

RE Infant Music genres: Don't forget their Swimming Behavior.....
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:48pm conrad:

Oops, I meant: 'OR "Complicated Game" '
But you knew that.
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:48pm Caveat Emptor:

Dear Ricardo. Ha ha.
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:50pm Dervish:

4 out of 5 Belgian dentists agree, Tony is the best.
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 12:50pm tonyc:

Conrad: Thanks for the suggestions! Don't know any of those ... will investigate.
  Tue. 1/31/12 12:57pm glenn:

jeeeez. i saw xtc in toronto in '81? maybe '82.
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 12:58pm tonyc:

XTC have always been a blank spot for me, somehow. Never bought any of their records....
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 1:00pm tonyc:

(Heya, Glenn!)
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 1:03pm tonyc:

"It would be sad if you lost your mind, unless it was lost where I found mine." (The Maze)
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:09pm Jack:

Hi Tony; it's always great to hear you. I'm the same way with XTC; I have some of their music, but I just can't get into them. I'm like that with a lot of music; sometimes I have to be in the right receptive mood before they'll register.
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:10pm Jack:

( oh, now that's funny; I just recently discovered Amom-Duul ( Hi-Jack) ! I'm going through a Krautrock phase.
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 1:11pm tonyc:

Thanks, Jack, and ... Hi-Jack!
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:11pm BSI:

Late to the party as usual. Too much to react to. I'll just sit here and blow bubbles across the canyons of my mind. Or something.
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:14pm conrad:

To be honest, I never bought much of their stuff either. Those songs I suggested really stood out for me - XTC for non-XTC fans.
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:14pm BSI:

Also a baby hater, but very big on certain "infant genres"...!
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 1:15pm tonyc:

Greetings, BSI!
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:17pm BSI:

Great stuff TonyC! Oh, and Jack: I've been going through a krautrock phase of my own, for about 35 years so far. Some phases are more like chronic illnesses, thank god.
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:20pm glenn:

krautrock rocks! and probably also krauts.
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:20pm SLJones:

Hey Tony - thanks again for playing a Folks On Fire tune! The fanbase is growing and gaining listeners...we are really grateful for the airtime (and none of us yet 50, so a reunion may still happen). Your show is always a great breath of fresh air.
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 1:21pm tonyc:

Thank yee, BSI! I've been krauting myself for 'round 35 years....
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 1:21pm tonyc:

Hey Steven! Glad to know you're listening!!
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 1:24pm tonyc:

And here's hoping a reunion does happen!
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:26pm Daniel:

So grateful I tuned in. Lovely show today, Tony.
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:27pm Ricardo Montalban:

All by myself in my side of the building at work today!
<cranks it up>
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 1:28pm tonyc:

Daniel: Thanks much! Glad you're enjoying it....
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 1:28pm tonyc:

No more scooter rides in the cemetery....
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:31pm nickel seats:

Prefer 70's XTC with Barry Andrews-Drums & Wires a favorite.
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:31pm Daniel:

Rush, seriously? After the scooter-in-the-cemetery line, and the utterly charming Sunshine Singers? Tony, you're a genius!! Sound and fury drowns my heart. . .
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 1:34pm tonyc:

The Sunshine Singers were from Portland, by the way. (And thanks, Daniel ... and Nickel Seats too.)
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:36pm Martha:

Only Tony could pull this off. I agree with Daniel.
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:36pm BSI:

There were a few years where I totally "got" XTC, bought a ton of their material. Then just as suddenly, I "un-got" them. It's weird. I still dig SOME the Dukes of Stratosphear stuff but it's strange. I never stop liking something, but that's an exception.
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:36pm Jack:

@BSI - I never realized that "Krautrock" was such a wide and diverse "genre". I've just discovered Popul Vuh (through Werner Herzogs movies)
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:38pm BSI:

@Jack: I guess my message was more of a warning. For me it's been an expensive obsession for a long time. [silently salutes wife, who bravely endures weekends with me & the stereo].
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:43pm Jack:

Thanks for the warning! Another f'instance; my wife has been listening to the Decemberists for years, and only recently have I finally "got them" and like them. In fact I hated a lot of music when I had first heard it, only to completely change my mind 180 degrees a few months later: Led Zeppelin, the Police, etc. more...
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 1:47pm tonyc:

Looking at it from the reverse angle, there are very few things I liked when I was younger that I now dislike. George Duke is one of the few I can think of -- perhaps it's time to give him another chance!
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:52pm Holly in NC:

I cannot BELIEVE I missed Cygnus X-1. Oh, thank goodness for archives!
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:52pm Ike:

I dig that Asmus Tietchens. Also, "Asmus Tietchens" is fun to say.
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:52pm SLJones:

Still think Skylarking is a lovely album. All other XTC records are mixed for this listener. Egos in that band are so intense I think they benefited from an equally arrogant producer like Todd Rundgren, who really gave that record shape...
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 1:53pm tonyc:

Hey there, Holly in NC!
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:57pm Kay:

Perhaps XTC's cover of All Along the Watchtower on a cover's only show.
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:58pm Jeremy:

I also dig Tietchens, but not Asmus as Love-ins...
  Tue. 1/31/12 1:58pm Jack:

"...equally arrogant producer like Todd Rundgren..." So very true, and yet one of the main reasons he is a great producer.
  Tue. 1/31/12 2:04pm Kay:

"XTC have only ever recorded one cover version — a frenetic rendition of Dylan's All Along The Watchtower (White Music, 1977). Partridge's vocal delivery is stutteringly pneumatic and Barry Andrews' cheap organ sound throws a legato blanket over the whole affair."
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 2:06pm tonyc:

I'll have to give that a listen, Kay! (Didn't they also cover a Beefheart song?)
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 2:06pm tonyc:

On a Beefheart tribute LP....
  Tue. 1/31/12 2:07pm Michael:

From a great XTC fan: there are some real gems on all their albums, especially the run from Drums and Wires, Black Sea, English Settlement, Mummer, Big Express and Skylarking. Also the Dukes discs were fun homages to the ‘60s as well.
  Tue. 1/31/12 2:07pm Holly in NC:

Re XTC - 1 vote for 'Making Plans for Nigel'. Dukes of the Stratosphear's 'Vanishing Girl' is a power pop classic, but perhaps overplayed
  Tue. 1/31/12 2:08pm Doug S.:

Have moved my base of operations to the public library. Have the stream via the iPhone app and the playlist on the library computer. It feels kinda naughty.

Hi Holly!
  Tue. 1/31/12 2:08pm Kay:

I didn't write or research above statement (pulled from a quote on their Chalkhills website), but you're right, they covered Ella Guru.
  Tue. 1/31/12 2:14pm Holly in NC:

Hi Doug - After my mediafire scare, I need a drink. Is 2:13 pm too early? Yes. Yes, it is.
  Tue. 1/31/12 2:15pm BSI:

Neh, it isn't.
  Tue. 1/31/12 2:15pm Kay:

(Perhaps XTC's only cover on one of THEIR albums.)
  Tue. 1/31/12 2:16pm Jack:

Holly, what happened with Mediafire, if I may ask? (I'm donloading something even as we speak.)
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 2:17pm tonyc:

Kay: Yep, that must be it. As I remember their cover of "Ella Guru" was extremely faithful and accurate.
  Tue. 1/31/12 2:20pm Holly in NC:

@Jack - MF was temporarily down in my neck of the woods - about 20 minutes, enough to make me worry. Now all is well, my files are are fine, everyone else's files are fine, everything is accessible & downloadable, phew!
  Tue. 1/31/12 2:22pm Jack:

Holly, can't blame you for worrying, in this post-megaupload environment.
Hey Doug S. in the Public Library!
  Tue. 1/31/12 2:23pm Doug S.:

Protecting Mediafire is the new Bastille Day. To the ramparts! Seriously though, these are freaky times. A nice piece about the demise of Holy Warbles (and the post-Megaupload meltdown) is coming out in the Brooklyn Rail penned by Gary from Bodega Pop.

Greetings Jack!
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 2:25pm tonyc:

Here's another baby song for you, Ike.
  Tue. 1/31/12 2:26pm Alf from Upstate:

I remember Epic Soundtrack's live set on WFMU. Played an old out-of-tune piano if I remember correctly.
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 2:28pm tonyc:

Alf: I remember that too! Was at the station that day.
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 2:28pm tonyc:

And yes, you do remember correctly!
  Tue. 1/31/12 2:28pm Ricardo Montalban:

Oh Man! Not Holy Warbles! So sad.
  Tue. 1/31/12 2:28pm Ike:

I wasn't paying much attention to the lyrics but doubt that was infant-related. "Jelly babies" are some sort of British candy, made famous internationally by Dr. Who. I presume the comma was a gag or pun.

I'm not too keen on R. Wyatt's voice but at least no babies screamed or screeched.
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 2:31pm tonyc:

Ike: There was a line about throwing babies up in the air I though you might appreciate. And for not liking Wyatt you really should serve some time in lock-up, until you see reason.
  Tue. 1/31/12 2:35pm Doug S.:

I was at the station that day, too, Tony. Good old Springdale Avenue. I loved that house!
  Tue. 1/31/12 2:40pm Ike:

I loved that house too!
  Tue. 1/31/12 2:41pm bennett4senate:

hey Tony, enjoying the show out here in Los Angeles, thanks.
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 2:44pm tonyc:

Glad you're enjoying the show, Bennett! Thanks for listening.....
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 2:45pm tonyc:

Thanks fur tuning in, ev'body! Be sure to catch Doug's show at 6:00....
  Tue. 1/31/12 2:46pm Doug S.:

If memory serves, the old house that WFMU moved into on Springdale Avenue was called Avatar House. It was used as a sort of alternative school run by Upsala College. The tiled bathroom on the second floor was a marvel. The Alan Watts Rejuvination Chamber was kinda scary.

Tonight at 6pm, an hour of recently download Japanese tracks. Very diggable!
  Tue. 1/31/12 2:47pm Jeremy:

Great show Tony!
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 2:48pm tonyc:

Thanks, Jeremy!! There's about another 17 minutes of Algarnas Tradgard to go, by the way.....
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 2:50pm tonyc:

They were kind of Swedish krautrock....
  Tue. 1/31/12 2:52pm BSI:

Curse meetings! Federal Duck? Any relation to Fuzzy?
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 2:54pm tonyc:

BSI: Nope. The U.S. Duck may have been Federal, but they weren't Fuzzy.
Avatar Tue. 1/31/12 2:58pm tonyc:

Cheers, everyone -- thanks for attending. See you in 2 weeks! Keep it tuned to the stream, and don't forget Doug's show at 6:00!
  Tue. 1/31/12 3:15pm Kay:

Wyatting (from Urban Dictionary): Very recently the practice of deliberately selecting annoying or extreme music on an mp3 jukebox to cause irritation to others has become known as Wyatting. This is a reference to prog/artrock musician Robert Wyatt and his 'Dondestan' album, typical of the kind of record a Wyatter would choose. It is generally agreed that the most effective music for Wyatting is that of US avant-garde quasi-operatic vocalist Diamanda Galas. Other common choices include the most well known exponents of free-jazz, improv/noise music and euro-prog-metal, though the latter is chosen because it is considered naff, uncool and embarassing, not because it has the effect normally required of music regarded as good for Wyatting. As in "Some idiot's Wyatting, this is the second no-wave record in a row."
  Tue. 1/31/12 3:17pm Kay:

No comment on your show's selections. (By the way, I love Robert Wyatt.)
  Tue. 1/31/12 3:20pm tonyc:

As far as I'm concerned, all Wyatt-haters should be locked up, and perhaps even sterilized.
  Tue. 1/31/12 3:22pm tonyc:

Except for Ike, of course.
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