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Options March 19, 2012: MmmHmm-ing

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments
Roscoe Mitchell  Tatas-Matoes   Options Congliptious  Nessa  1968   
 
Music behind DJ:
Sun Ra 
The Perfect Man   Options The Singles  Evidence  1974/1996   
Bennie Maupin  Ensenada   Options The Jewel in the Lotus  ECM  1974   
Ricardo Villalobos & Max Loderbauer   Rensenada   Options Re: ECM  ECM  2011   
David Torn  Ak   Options Prezens  ECM  2007   
 
Music behind DJ:
The Mar-Keys 
About Noon   Options Stax/Volt: The Complete Singles 1959-1968  Stax  1962   
John Zorn  Mount Analogue   Options Mount Analogue  Tzadik  2012   
 
Music behind DJ:
The Mar-Keys 
Pop-Eye Stroll   Options Stax/Volt: The Complete Singles 1959-1968  Stax  1962   
Peter Brötzmann  Two birds in a feather - to Bobby Few   Options Tschüs  FMP  1975   
Cecil Taylor  Taht   Options Winged Serpent (Sliding Quadrants)  Soul Note  1985   
 
Music behind DJ:
The Mar-Keys 
Sack O' Woe   Options Stax/Volt: The Complete Singles 1959-1968  Stax  1962   
Vijay Iyer  MmmHmm   Options Accelerando  ACT  2012   
Flying Lotus  MmmHmm   Options Cosmogramma  Warp  2010   
Chicago Underground Duo  Moon Debris   Options Age of Energy  Northern Spy  2012   
Matthew Shipp  Elastic Aspects   Options Elastic Aspects  thirsty ear  2012   
 
Music behind DJ:
The Mar-Keys 
Bo-Time   Options Stax/Volt: The Complete Singles 1959-1968  Stax  1963   
Wadada Leo Smith's Mbira  Zulu Water Festival   Options Dark Lady Of The Sonnets  TUM  2011   
Aaron Novik  Secrets of the Divine World (Terkish)   Options Secrets of Secrets  Tzadik  2012   
Tomas Fujiwara & the Hook Up  Cosmopolitan (Rediscovery)   Options The Air Is Different  482 Music  2012   
Ergo  Gonz   Options If Not Inertia  Cuneiform  2012   
Mary Halvorson Quintet  Forgotten Men in Silver (No. 24)   Options Bending Bridges  Firehouse 12  2012   
 
Music behind DJ:
Sir Isaac and the Do-Dads 
Blue Groove   Options Stax/Volt: The Complete Singles 1959-1968  Stax  1965  Sir Isaac = Black Moses = Isaac Hayes 
Anthony Braxton  Composition No. 23G   Options Braxton Bootleg 014 - Quintet (New York) 1975  Braxton House  1975/2012   
Joe McPhee  Cosmic Love   Options Sound on Sound: Solo 1970/73  Corbett vs. Dempsey  1970/2010   
William Parker / In Order to Survive  Unrestricted (for Julius Hemphill)   Options Compassion Seizes Bed-Stuy  Homestead  1996   
 
Music behind DJ:
Dudu Pukwana & Spear 
Flute Music   Options Flute Music  Caroline  1975   

Listener comments!

Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 12:01pm Jeff G:

Yoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!
  Mon. 3/19/12 12:02pm Alf from Upstate:

Still the most thrilling open theme in the biz. Welcome back, Destination Out!
  Mon. 3/19/12 12:02pm listener james from westwood:

good monday to all the lovable losers out there!
  Mon. 3/19/12 12:04pm Carmichael:

Hi Guys, 1st time caller, 1st time listener. Sun Ra's a pretty decent start, I must say.
  Mon. 3/19/12 12:04pm Doug S.:

You say Tatas-MAYtoes, I say Tatas-MAHtoes, let's call the whole thing OUT!
  Mon. 3/19/12 12:04pm Andy in San Diego:

Let the melting of faces begin.
Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 12:05pm Jeff G:

Thanks, Alf! Great to be back...with you!
Happy Monday to you LJFW, welcome Carmichael.
And hope the quiet start doesn't put you off, Andy.
  Mon. 3/19/12 12:06pm Andy in San Diego:

It's like melted butter…
Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 12:08pm Jeff G:

YES. So smooth it melts in your mouth...AND in your hands.
Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 12:16pm Jeff G:

This one's our "edutainment" show.
  Mon. 3/19/12 12:18pm listener james from westwood:

It's exceptional with headphones on.
  Mon. 3/19/12 12:19pm Dervish:

I have such a love/hate thing going with ECM. Every time they drop an Eberhard Weber on my head, I wake up to Afternoon of a Georgia Faun or Nice Guys.
Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 12:25pm Jeff G:

@Dervish: yeah, we're with you there. There's something so precious about it all, but then some of the music is just amazing.
  Mon. 3/19/12 12:28pm Doug S.:

I think Paul Motian would have a good chuckle over your (spot-on) choice of the word "precious."
  Mon. 3/19/12 12:33pm Toby:

I'm groooovin' w/ya JG!
  Mon. 3/19/12 12:35pm Doug S.:

Toby!
Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 12:38pm Jeff G:

Tooooooooooooooooobe!
  Mon. 3/19/12 1:02pm bgporter:

Hey, all. Have been enjoying the stream whilst walking the dog today. Thx for the Torn.
  Mon. 3/19/12 1:04pm Dan in Seattle:

Torn and Zorn. Can Taborn be far behind?
  Mon. 3/19/12 1:08pm Doug S.:

Produced by Joel Dorn?
Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 1:08pm Jeff G:

Dan, we lumped Taborn in with the Torn this time. Two-for-one deal.
  Mon. 3/19/12 1:11pm Martha:

Hey guys, thanks for the ear porn!
Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 1:12pm Jeff G:

Can o'corn!
Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 1:16pm Jeff G:

(Britta is back at the umlaut controls, for all you diacritical maniacs out there.)
  Mon. 3/19/12 1:23pm listener james from westwood:

Hunk o' Quorn!
  Mon. 3/19/12 1:24pm listener james from westwood:

this music made writing an 800-word "how the hell do i do this assignment?" memo a lot easier and less anxiety-fraught. (i wish i could bill for the 800 words, but i'm not that lucky.)
Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 1:25pm Jeff G:

That's edutainment!
  Mon. 3/19/12 1:28pm Angry Mike:

No, taht's edutainment.
Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 1:29pm Jeff G:

>>> bowing toward Angry Mike <<<
  Mon. 3/19/12 1:30pm Doug S.:

Give the Drummer Radio now has 99 followers on Twitter. Will you be #100?

https://twitter.com/#!/GTDRadio
  Mon. 3/19/12 1:32pm bgporter:

FOLLOWED! What do I win?
Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 1:36pm Jeff G:

That feeling of contentment and inner peace should be arriving at any moment. #COD
  Mon. 3/19/12 1:37pm Doug S.:

@BGPorter is #100!
@emmagineering IS #101!

I realize that your own personal satisfaction is more meaningful than a gift of even great monetary value. So we'll leave it at that.

Congrats!
Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 1:38pm Jeff G:

This drummer is good at what he does.
Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 1:39pm Jeff G:

(Chad Taylor.)
Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 1:39pm Jeff G:

(Just giving the drummer some.)
  Mon. 3/19/12 1:58pm Leonard L.:

This is really pretty. Brand new?
Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 1:59pm Jeff G:

Yeah. Just out from Tzadik. Not really known to us before we got it.
  Mon. 3/19/12 2:05pm Hugo:

Out on Rune Grammofon: Scorch Trio with Mars Williams - Made in Norway. A scorcher with some tender moments. I was there on the second half of the record - in the audience.
  Mon. 3/19/12 2:06pm Doug S.:

"A scorcher with some tender moments." — Hugo from Bergen
  Mon. 3/19/12 2:07pm Brian en Angleterre:

Hugo was it you coughing during the triangle solo?
  Mon. 3/19/12 2:08pm Hugo:

There was no triangle solo.
  Mon. 3/19/12 2:09pm Hugo:

I thought I was a mellow soul ...
  Mon. 3/19/12 2:15pm Doug S.:

WFMU is currently locked in a tight battle with WOBC from Oberlin College in a competition to reach the next round in the PUBLIC RADIO MADNESS competition. The "top 64" North American public and community radio stations have been entered into a March Madness NCAA-style battle to determine the #1 station.

To "vote" for a station, you have to log in to the site and listen to the station's stream. Each voter can listen for up to 90 minutes per day. (Only one listen per person.)

WFMU has made it to the second round, but is pitched in a tough battle against a scrappy opponent.

1> Go to the site: http://soundtap.com/madness

2> Follow the easy steps to log in

3> Click on WFMU to listen to the stream for 90 minutes, every day for through April 1

4> Jump up and down and up again, wildly in your own personal victory dance when WFMU is crowned champ.

(Of course, do this AFTER Destination Out Radio is finished at 3pm.)
  Mon. 3/19/12 2:15pm Hugo:

Raoul Björkenheim - also in the Scorch Trio - has a new one on Cuneiform - just saying ...
  Mon. 3/19/12 2:20pm Doug S.:

Despite the fact that I got my start on WOBC back in 1979, I want you to help WFMU squish 'em like a bug.
  Mon. 3/19/12 2:29pm Hugo:

I think of WFMU as an oasis of sanity. But then, I could be mad for saying so.
Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 2:35pm Jeff G:

BRAXTON BOOTLEG LINK: tricentricfoundation.org...

More legit Braxton boots than you can shake a long horn at, all for the price of on the house.
  Mon. 3/19/12 2:42pm Doug S.:

Braxton came to Oberlin in March of '81 or maybe it was '82. I interviewed him for (the aforementioned) WOBC. I called him up to set up the interview and he was a bit hurried on the phone because he wanted to get back to watching the NCAA college basketball tournament. For the record, he was rooting for Georgetown.
  Mon. 3/19/12 2:44pm Hugo:

Was this Braxton comp out on a legit record? There is something familiar about it.
Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 2:47pm Jeff G:

Not sure, Hugo. Maybe you just really know the Braxton book very well! (The 23 series in particular...)
  Mon. 3/19/12 2:51pm Hugo:

Centrifuge, who runs a Braxton blog, would know.

http://ifyouknowwhatimsaying.blogspot.com/
Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 2:53pm Jeff G:

Well, here are the Comp. 23 series titles, and albums, at restructures.net:
restructures.net...
Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 2:54pm Jeff G:

Looks like 23G appears on some notable Braxton titles:
Willisau 1991
Five Pieces 1975
Coventry 1985
etc...
Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 2:55pm Jeff G:

...and some detailed notes on 23G:
restructures.net...
  Mon. 3/19/12 2:56pm listener james from westwood:

always a sweet 3 hours. thanks, jeff and jeff!
  Mon. 3/19/12 2:56pm Hugo:

It's on Five Pieces. That 's where I heard it.
  Mon. 3/19/12 2:57pm Hugo:

Dudu!
Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 2:57pm Jeff G:

Y'know: "The harmonic reality of Composition No. 23G is constructed to utilized chromatic sequenced modulation phrases through its entirely."
"
Avatar Mon. 3/19/12 2:58pm Jeff G:

Our pleasure, listener james!
Later, folks! Thanks for tuning in!
  Mon. 3/19/12 2:59pm Hugo:

There is something very "composed" about it.
  Mon. 3/19/12 6:22pm Jeff G:

...after the fact...
Apparently, it was/is Chad Taylor's birthday today! (He of Chicago Underground Duo.) Belated birthday greetings to you, Chad!
  Thu. 3/22/12 11:15am earwax:

Late for the party. Work keeps interfering with my listening. Great show as always
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