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Options February 7, 2012: university of the trees

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Artist Track Album Label Format New Approx. start time
pippi langstrump pa de sjuhaven  ar du mor an knubbis?/merja mojsi   Options OST pippi langstrump pa de sju haven        0:00:00 ()
maria callas  una macchia e qui tuttora ( bellini il pirata)   Options live in london 1958-59        0:04:19 ()
bang gang  follow   Options something wrong        0:10:44 ()
pippi langstrump pa de sjuhaven  merja mojsi   Options pippi langstrump pa de sju haven ost        0:15:56 ()
group anmataff  tinariwen   Options music for saharan cellphones  sahelsounds  LP  *   0:19:07 ()
cymande  dove   Options cymande        0:24:35 ()
 
kapital band 1  playing by the numbers   Options playing by the numbers        0:38:55 ()
larkin grimm  flash and thunder come to earth   Options soul retrieval  Bad Bitch    *   0:47:30 ()
barbara pittman  no matter who's to blame   Options the women of sun records box        0:51:40 ()
 
lawrence jordan  ambient clip   Options OST rime of the ancient mariner        1:04:54 ()
jim ferraro  heaven's bathroom   Options on air        1:05:18 ()
hans kox  film rip   Options light ost        1:06:56 ()
isaac schwarz  film rip   Options goluboy portrai        1:09:19 ()
gino marinuzzii jr  crescendo di luce   Options musica e elettronica        1:10:19 ()
jeanne moreau  te ce que je veux   Options les chansons de clarisse...        1:13:32 ()
trevor duncan  life molecule   Options space drama        1:14:14 ()
yale marshall  film rip   Options jefferson circus songs        1:15:01 ()
ufo antler band  sorcerer casts her spell   Options         1:15:54 ()
nico  60/40   Options abschied        1:18:30 ()
 
  film rip   arrow presents/introducing linda lovelace        1:32:28 ()
Jaime Mendoza-Nava  brotherhood of satan ost/film rip   Options         1:34:14 ()
david fanshaw  film rip   Options requiem for a village ost        1:34:35 ()
jan hammer    silene smutna princezna        1:35:36 ()
george fenton  film rip   Options private road ost        1:37:05 ()
keith mansfield  loving spoonful   Options   kpm library      1:37:39 ()
is haryanto  aku tak berdosa   Options favorite's group vol 4        1:40:16 ()
a. riyanto  nada nada yang indah   Options favorites group 2        1:45:42 ()
ivan kral  film rip   Options ost the foreigner        1:47:30 ()
Freedom of Rhapsodia  i hear someone   Options hilangnya seorang gadis ost        1:48:34 ()
 
catherine howe  prologue   Options what a beautiful place        2:01:49 ()
the electronic hole  the golden hour 1   Options the electronic hole        2:02:34 ()
the paper garden  a day   Options the paper garden        2:03:55 ()
graf zepp'lin  you're in my mind   Options     7"    2:06:30 ()
velvet illusions  town of fools   Options acid head        2:09:57 ()
beatrice tekielski  pour m'y porter dormir   Options je cherche un pays        2:11:32 ()
forever amber  the dreamer flies back   Options love cycle        2:14:12 ()
days  globe without a soul   Options days        2:16:30 ()
La Nouvelle Frontiere  Pacification   Options la nouvelle frontiere        2:19:48 ()
 
jean jacques delphes  kermesse   Options contemporary arts  sylvester music co      2:30:42 ()
gil melle  film rip   Options a cold night's death ost        2:34:42 ()
peter lewis/pat purswell/ et al  degrout # 13   Options iowa ear music        2:36:52 ()
carl stone  film rip   Options plastics        2:37:53 ()
steve reich  film rip   Options my name is oona OST        2:40:08 ()
dariush dolat-shahi  hur (tar and elelctronic)   Options Electronic Music, Tar and Sehtar  folkways      2:43:54 ()
eric siday  mood seven   Options musique electronique        2:46:51 ()
eric siday  track 3   Options ultra sonic perceptions        2:47:51 ()
eric siday  pie eyed pipers   Options sounds of now 2        2:48:29 ()
eric siday  track #8   Options ultra sonic perceptions        2:50:03 ()
vaea sylvain  un peau beaucoup passionement   Options         2:57:55 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Tue. 2/7/12 9:02am trouble:

good morning!
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:03am annie:

good morning trouble!!!
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:03am Brian en Angleterre:

Mornin'. A house is not a motel. Oh that's been said before!
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:04am healey:

mornin' trouble! morning modern world!
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:05am Brian en Angleterre:

Such a beautiful sunny day. Claudie M would be painting water if only he could.
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:07am Brian en Angleterre:

Maria Callas twice in five days on FMU, we are truely being spoilt. (spoiled)
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:07am suzy:

Hi Trouble! Good afternoon from Berlin...
I love when I can actually listen live (normally listening from the archive). You make doing paperwork so nice!
Avatar Tue. 2/7/12 9:08am trouble:

good day brianUK, healey and annie! hello suzie!
brain, who else played maria callas?
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:09am Brian en Angleterre:

Doug Schulkind
Avatar Tue. 2/7/12 9:10am trouble:

ah haaaaa
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:11am glenn:

i'm a montserrat guy myself, but callas is pretty good.
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:11am matthew:

good morning trouble and all.
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:12am still b/p:

Interesting that it was "il pirata"...'cuz it sounded kinda bootlegged.
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:12am Brian en Angleterre:

glenn Hello old bean. Prefer Tobago or Dominica!!!
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:14am dale:

morning from upstate. it sounds like spring outside today with all the birdsong. wonder if pippi langstrump is related to pippi longstocking?
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:14am glenn:

charles dickens 200th birthday today. just a pup.
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:15am Caryn:

Nice start to the show, Trouble. First, Pippi Longstocking sailing the seven seas, then Callas bringing the diva power.
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:16am suzy:

dale: langstrump = long stockings
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:17am suzy:

Take it from me... in the land of langstrumps.
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:19am Ken From Hyde Park:

Hyde Park, NY, representing. Fine show so far.
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:21am northguineahills:

Love the whole "music for saharan cellphones" series.
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:25am Ken From Hyde Park:

Zats....I'm stuck on a crossword puzzle. (Blank)-ewit = Plover named for its call. Can anyone help?
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:25am Brian en Angleterre:

Ooh that guitar sound. Tinariwen are Welsh you know.
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:26am glenn:

tewit.
Avatar Tue. 2/7/12 9:27am trouble:

pippi and maria callas: cut of the same cloth i'd say...
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:28am Brian en Angleterre:

Both timeless, trouble
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:28am hamburger:

peewit! thanks to google cheating skills
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northern_Lapwing
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:28am SmokinJ:

Very nice set Ms. T...
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:29am Caryn:

Only plover I know is the Peewit (Golden Plover),
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:29am glenn:

ooops. i wrong. hamburger right.
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:30am dale:

i don't remember the stories we read about pippi. any one remember the take a giant step reading series?
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:31am Ken From Hyde Park:

@Caryn - Pewit it is. It matches the down clue, poseur = one who reflects a false attitude. Thanks.
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:32am Caryn:

@ken: well, hamburger also had it. So, yay, comments board!
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:34am Brian en Angleterre:

Just got the guff listing all the Premiums in the post. Oh dear. Decisions. Decisions.
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:36am Adrian in London:

Hello Trouble and listeners. Your London correspondent spent lat evening in a freezing darkened church listening to Tim Hecker play the organ for a Ravedeath album show. Strange/boring/exhilarating/painful/soothing in equal measures.
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:38am Ken From Hyde Park:

@hamburger - Sorry, didn't notice your comment. Thanks to one and all.

Check it out...the song sounds just like its name.
http://www.gstatic.com/dictionary/static/sounds/de/0/pewit.mp3
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:39am βrian en haute provence:

Ach, I wish. I've been missing those birds.
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:46am DaveInSoDak:

Observing the observed observing, whilst listening to the soundtrack of my life. Whilst observing. Cheers, Trubbs.
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:47am hamburger:

@Ken - no thank you - had it not been for your crossword problem, I would never have discovered this bird - the joys of wikipedia
Avatar Tue. 2/7/12 9:52am trouble:

hey dave! hey adrian
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:55am jamesie:

...adding 12 Kg sugar into my new 26litre pan bought from market just now. Marmalade a makin while listenin...
  Tue. 2/7/12 9:59am Caryn:

@jamesie: which kind of marmalade?
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:01am jamesie:

Seville Oranges and some lemons
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:01am SW:

Not coming in on the radio.
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:06am Jennique:

Wow, prosthetic nostalgia for the '70s in Europe? Glad someone else put that into words for me. Love it.
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:18am Cecile:

I still haven't tucked into my Rose's Lime juice marmalade I bought myself as a Christmas treat.
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:19am Brian en Angleterre:

jamsie Just the time of year for Seville oranges. Thick peel I trust. Have you considered grapefruit marmalade? Works well.
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:21am Cecile:

mmmm, Brian sounds lovely.
I saw Howl's Moving Castle this weekend. Beautiful, funny and kind of deranged. The plot seemed preposterous until I looked up the plot of the original book on the 'net.

I am unreasonably excited about the Borrowers movie Miyazaki is directing...
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:25am Caryn:

@Cecile: the Borrowers movie was really good, if not completely faithful to the books. But I don't require movie adaptations to be totally faithful, as long as they are good. And it was, so go forth and watch!
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:25am erella!:

Thank you trouble. Love the show today.
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:27am Mike East:

I got really into Miyazaki a few years ago. My daughter loves Howl's Moving Castle - and Ponyo. Princess Mononoke was a little scary for her at this point - but that's my favorite.
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:29am Cecile:

I like that one a lot, Mike East, and have a soft spot for Kiki's Delivery Service.

Haven't seen Ponyo yet.
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:31am ken:

great guest. great discussion. too too much stuff...screening room...have to check that out. i assume it's youtubeable...
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:32am ken:

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8A42DE89612D1EF4
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:33am Caryn:

Jan Svankmajer discussed on WFMU! I may die happy now.
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:38am Cecile:

I borrowed a copy of a DVD of Svankmajer films from a friend. It got stolen when my house got broken into. I found him another copy, but now I'm afraid to borrow it from him again....!
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:38am Parq:

Jan Hammer's doing movie music now? Cool. He was such an essential part of the Mahavishnu Orchestra -- Clay Pigeon will back me up on that one.
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:39am BSI:

the Svankmajer short film PUNCH & JUDY made me what I am today. Perhaps that's not such a good thing?
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:40am zoran:

Susan Pitt's "Asparagus" is seriously one of the strangest things I've ever seen... sort of like an opiated Bruce Bickford...
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:40am erella!:

Trouble and Guest Ben, I know it is a totally different thing, but maybe not. The new OKGO video is incredible. http://youtu.be/MejbOFk7H6c
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:41am Cecile:

I loved that Svanmayer one with the rocks. THat's why I borrowed it. But now I think I will have to watch it online or something.
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:42am BSI:

For me it was definitely the audio as well as the visuals. With Svankmajer. Punch & Judy had a perfect mix of music & sound design.
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:44am glenn:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QgJDj8af6M
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:45am Adrian in London:

Loving these sets Ben and Trouble. That Nico track was great.
@Cecile and Mike: Ponyo is great. I watched the latest one, Arrietty, he other day. Enjoyable but not as good as Ponyo.
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:46am erella!:

Svanmayer's Alice is brilliant. I love Punch and Judy too. 1966!
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:48am Cecile:

that OKGO vid was great. And the song was actually quite strong, with an interesting arrangement w/o the vids.
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:48am Cecile:

aw, ivan kral. Miss that guy.
He should be alive and playing with Patti.
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:49am Jeremy:

Fantastic stuff, all of this!
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:49am madhatter:

Svankmajer films are avail for streaming on Netflix, along with Quay Brothers.
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:50am Mike East:

@Adrian - I'll have to check that one out. Have you seen Castle of Cagliostro? Its not really for kids, per se, but my daughter loves that one too.
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:52am Jeremy:

I first discovered Svankmajer through the Quay Bros., who were his pupils. He's still making films, btw, the most recent one was playing when I was in Prague last year, but I couldn't go! Ah well, it wasn't subtitled anyway...
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:53am highpresssure:

wait wait wait what was that last song! wow
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:56am ken:

there should be a blog of a blog of a blog of a blog of a blog...
cleary..
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:57am Caryn:

Since no-one has mentioned them yet, gotta put my votes behind "Nausicaä and the Valley of the Wind", "Spirited Away" and "Totoro". Oh, and "Porco Rosso". Man, Miyazaki doesn't make bad films. Neither does Svankmajer. Though seeing his Alice when I was 12 was a bit disturbing... Anyone else seen Svankmajer's version of "The Fall of the House of Usher"?
  Tue. 2/7/12 10:59am indonesian:

Um, "in our culture" we do use CDs and MP3s. Cassettes haven't been seen in Indonesia since the 80s. Actually, you'll find that Indonesians are faster adaptors of new technology than Westeners. Every second person there practically upgrades their cellphone on a monthly basis. So there. We do know how to use computers. Thanks.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:00am Mike East:

@Caryn - I agree those are all great. There was a Totoro doll in the last Toy Story movie. I thought that was a pretty cool shout out.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:00am northguineahills:

I'm reading Electric Eden right now.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:01am Cecile:

Even in Pre-Revolution France, the royalty would play at a rural lifestyle.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:02am Cecile:

thanks for the reality check, indonesian.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:03am Mike East:

I love the foley effects in all the Svankmajer films I've seen. The sound of the devil's mouth clacking in Faust still gives me the creeps.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:03am Caryn:

The 2011 release of "Requiem for a Village" is awesome. It comes with 4 short films by the same director and the essays are fascinating. Paintings are quite lovely too.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:04am Adrian in London:

@Mike: No, I haven't seen that one. They're always on Film Four, a digital channel over here, but with the English dubbing. I prefer the Japanese soundtrack so tend to get them on DVD. Too many things to watch/see/read etc!
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:08am Mike East:

@Adrian - so true. The Castle of Cagliostro music soundtrack is pretty great. It has a kind of 70's funk/caper movie feel to it.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:09am Caryn:

@Mike: oh man, "Faust". You're right about the devil. When I was younger, Svankmajer's "Jabberwocky" freaked me out. I think it was the maggots that did it.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:10am zoran:

Great show Trouble & Ben!! ---Ben, any info on where to find screening room dvd/streams? I was lucky enough to see the one w/ Standish Lawder on amazon before the license was pulled... Only thing I can find has them for $175 per episode on dvd.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:13am Mike East:

@Caryn - I forgot about Jabberwocky! - I saw that when I was REAL young (my older sister's were watching it) and I remember being terrified - but at the same time, compelled to watch it.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:16am zoran:

Also Svankmajer fans in NY area: (sorry if already mentioned I'm listening while working... hard to hear over chop saw)
http://www.movingimage.us/films/2012/02/17/detail/the-films-of-jan-svankmajer/
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:19am Ike:

Oh yeah @Caryn, "Nausicaä and the Valley of the Wind" and "Spirited Away" are *amazing* films. But "Howl's Moving Castle" is not as good as the book.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:21am stu:

Hei Trouble
Sending cool vibes from Turku( nice and cool here !) . Gonna have to listen to the Archive tomarra to catch all this music... Cheers
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:23am Jennique:

Thanks for that link Zoran. I will try and make it out to the Museum of Moving Image next week to see Svankmajer on the big screen.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:24am Brian en Angleterre:

Been out and just got in. Was Requiem for a Village about somewhere in Suffolk, came out in 70s. Think I used to work with the cinematographers wife. I remember her talking about it at the time.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:24am Caryn:

@Ike: yep, not as good as the book (but then again, I LOVE the book), but still a very enjoyable film.
@zoran: I find it rather appropriate that "Asparagus" used to be shown as a double bill with Lynch's "Eraserhead". That would be a movie-going experience that would make you go hmm...
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:26am Caryn:

@Brian: yep, a village in Suffolk. Came out in 1975.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:27am fishmonkeystew:

I am incredibly pleased to visit my favorite radio stations website and find a conversation about one of my favorite artists. Jan Svankmajer and WFMU - together at last!
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:28am Brian en Angleterre:

Thanks Caryn, it comes back to me now. I was working in a childrens bookshop at the time. Think her name was Seema?
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:29am glenn:

morphing salamanders. sounds like ken's show.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:30am Caryn:

@Brian: well, the cinematographer was Bruce Parsons, who did a few documentaries and short films in the 60s and 70s.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:32am still b/p:

If I was in NY area, I'd recommend a listener meet-up for short film viewing. And marmalade tasting. And microbrew tasting.
Avatar Tue. 2/7/12 11:33am trouble:

hey fab peeps, ben's website address is: toysandtechniques.blogspot.com
check it out!
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:35am Brian en Angleterre:

still b/p sleepover and passout. Passover and sleepout.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:37am Lonious Monk:

Very very nice ! thanks and hello Trouble - from Paris
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:37am still b/p:

Are there FMU pajamas in the swag closet?
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:38am Brian en Angleterre:

Thinking of East Anglia. Allan Smethurst. The Singing Postman was a wonderment. 'Have You Got A Light, Boy' was his biggest hit.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:40am Brian en Angleterre:

Here he is
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3TIFiaHyC9E
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:43am Jeremy:

Ben, where do you find this stuff?? Fantastic!
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:47am Adrian in London:

Oh thanks. Now my wife is zombieing around the flat going: "My naaame is Oona! my naaame is Oona!"
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:53am Caryn:

@Adrian: thems the breaks when you listen to WFMU. You just have to be grateful there is no Amanda version of that track.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:56am glenn:

zombie's a verb?
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:57am pierre:

Bonjour Trouble !
Bonjour listeners !

un special bonjour to Lonious, how's things going @l'étang, pal ?
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:58am zoran:

@Jennique: Me too!
@Caryn: Double bill triple take! ...I hope they strapped their heads to their shoulders before that screening.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:58am pierre:

OOOH how i love Toys & Techniques !
so much stuff that i discovered recently come from here.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:59am Caryn:

Lessons learned from "A Cold Night's Death": never go to an isolated research station with Eli Wallach.
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:59am Adrian in London:

@glenn On FMU zombie is a verb
  Tue. 2/7/12 11:59am Andrew:

...or Kurt Russell
Avatar Tue. 2/7/12 11:59am trouble:

bonjour pierre! ciao to all, thanks for listening!
  Tue. 2/7/12 12:00pm bard of the dead:

To zombie or not to zombie...
  Tue. 2/7/12 12:03pm Caryn:

I think the main lesson is: never go to an isolated research station, period. In the history of films and tv, it has never worked out well. From "McGuyver" to "The X Files" to "Lost", isolated research station spells doom.
  Tue. 6/19/12 8:06pm Jeffrey:

What are the names of those two tracks from Ultra Sonic Perceptions?
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