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Three hours of adventurous jazz drawing on the Destination: Out archives and other planes of there.

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Options August 20, 2012: D:O Goes Long

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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   
Rüdiger Carl  Count   Options Two Compositions  FMP  1987  aka the Zwie Quintette 
 
Music behind DJ:
Essendon Airport 
How Low Can You Go?   Options Sonic Investigations (Of the Trivial)  Innocent  1980   
Supersilent   1.1   Options 1-3  Rune Grammofon  1998   
Paul Rutherford / Paul Lovens  When I say slowly, I mean as soon as possible   Options When I Say Slowly, I Mean as Soon as Possible  Po Torch  1978   
 
Music behind DJ:
Conrad Schnitzler 
Ballet Statique   Options Ballet Statique  Pressure Sounds  1978   
Charles Tyler  Saga of the Outlaws   Options Saga of the Outlaws  Nessa  1978   
 
Music behind DJ:
Cluster 
Zum Wohl   Options Sowieoso  Sky  1976   
Gunter Hampel  Crépuscule   Options The 8th of July 1969  Birth  1969   
 
Music behind DJ:
Dudu Pukwana 
Flute Music   Options Flute Music  Caroline  1975   

Listener comments!

  Mon. 8/20/12 11:39am listener james from westwood:

i know i'm early, but i brought red-pepper hummus and toasted pita chips. anyone wants, dig on in.
  Mon. 8/20/12 11:41am Falafel:

What am I, chopped liver?
  Mon. 8/20/12 11:47am Artie:

I hope everyone likes sweet pickles in your potato salad.
  Mon. 8/20/12 11:49am Half Sour:

Quit gherkin us around, Artie.
  Mon. 8/20/12 12:00pm Carmichael:

I got some ribs going. Be ready in about 3 hours.
  Mon. 8/20/12 12:00pm My Ears:

Still the best radio show intro in the biz!
  Mon. 8/20/12 12:03pm duke:

Yes 12 hours, go for it.
  Mon. 8/20/12 12:04pm listener james from westwood:

half-day of d:o power go go go
Avatar    Mon. 8/20/12 12:14pm Jeff G:

Feeling honored. And also hungry. Very hungry.
Welcome, one and all.
  Mon. 8/20/12 12:19pm Dan in Seattle:

Food for the ears!
  Mon. 8/20/12 12:45pm Peter:

How often does DO do the radio show? This is my first time actually catching it :)
Avatar    Mon. 8/20/12 12:49pm Jeff G:

Hey, Peter! Glad you could tune in! We have new shows every other Monday at noon, with repeats in between.
  Mon. 8/20/12 12:49pm ricardo Montalban:

Hola, DO! Wonderful show!
Avatar    Mon. 8/20/12 12:50pm Jeff G:

@Peter: That said, we're taking off what would be our next regularly scheduled show (3 Sept), and will be back on 10 Sept.
Avatar    Mon. 8/20/12 12:51pm Jeff G:

Hola, Ricardo! Thanks; great to have you here. ("Here.")
  Mon. 8/20/12 12:51pm Doug S.:

@Peter
This show airs every Monday, 12-3pm. A new show airs every other week, with rebroadcasts occurring on the in-between Mondays. The Give the Drummer Radio stream runs 24 hours a day. In its default mode, it plays a wide-ranging selection of adventurous music from all over. Every week day, there are hosted radio shows with DJs piping in from more than a half dozen locations around the country. Here is the schedule for Give the Drummer Radio:

http://wfmu.org/table?period=7115
  Mon. 8/20/12 12:54pm Charles:

Just FYI for later: the 128k MP3 link on this playlist page sent me to gospel music on what might have been WFMU's main stream, rather than DO on Give the Drummer. Your link on twitter was good though
  Mon. 8/20/12 12:58pm Carmichael:

Yes, you do have to work to find the link to DO. It's on the main FMU page, in the left hand margin.
  Mon. 8/20/12 1:00pm Doug S.:

@Charles
Because of the way WFMU's playlist page template is set up, those confusing links atop the page here must remain. Usually, shows on the stream include a big fat LISTEN HERE link manually inserted by the DJ as part of the page.

Jeff, would you add that?
Avatar    Mon. 8/20/12 1:01pm Jeff G:

Oop. Yeah, on it...
  Mon. 8/20/12 1:02pm Charles:

Ok! Thanks for the response. Just thought I'd point it out in case it were a mistake. I don't want anyone missing out that is interested!
  Mon. 8/20/12 1:42pm Brian in UK:

Hello gents, just a quick howdeedoodee. Cannot get you in the kitchen so it's Calle 54 blasting out. Food note: Carbonara for dinner. Just hitting James Baldwin for the first time, tough, demanding and rewarding; bit like DO.
  Mon. 8/20/12 1:43pm Doug S.:

I just DL'd Rutherford's "Chicago 2002" the other day. Mighty lovely stuff.
  Mon. 8/20/12 1:44pm AGHARTA-PANGEA:

Hi Jeff & Jeff,
new to this show although I generally listen to Mr Coulter's show on Tuesdays (freeform and full of hiss!)
I like what I am hearing and have been into "AVANT JAZZ" for a long time. I realise that most of it has been underground since the mid 60s but thank you (and Doug S) for presenting it bravely on public radio, probably the only show on the planet that does.
  Mon. 8/20/12 1:45pm northguineahills:

This has been superb! And, Supersilent doesn't get enough air time around WFMU.
  Mon. 8/20/12 1:45pm ricardo Montalban:

Hola, Jeff G! Enjoying the soundz!
  Mon. 8/20/12 1:46pm Doug S.:

@Brain in UK
Baldwin is one of my very favorites. Fiction, non-fiction, essays, brilliance. I have long guessed that Archie Shepp's conversation "Rufus (Swung, His Face at Last to the Wind, Then His Neck Snapped)" was inspired by a character in Baldwin's "Another Country" (the character Rufus who jumps off the George Washington Bridge).
Avatar    Mon. 8/20/12 1:49pm Jeff G:

Thanks for kind comments, @Agharta-Pangea; @northguineahills, @ricardo!
  Mon. 8/20/12 1:49pm Richard from Venezuela:

Greetings Jeffs, Doug and all the listeners.
  Mon. 8/20/12 1:50pm Brian in UK:

Yes, Rufus the DRUMMER. Baldwin has some memorable descriptive one-liners
Avatar    Mon. 8/20/12 1:52pm Jeff G:

@Brian in UK & @ Doug S: Agree re Baldwin. That is a fierce cat. He had an op-ed in the NYTimes, late 1960s, that can actually singe one's hair.
  Mon. 8/20/12 1:53pm AGHARTA-PANGEA:

always wondered whether the Albert Ayler box set Holy Ghost is worth getting? Any views appreciated
  Mon. 8/20/12 1:57pm Brian in UK:

'He felt a shoe fly off behind him, there was nothing around him, only the wind, all right, you motherf**king Godalmighty bastard, I'm coming to you'
  Mon. 8/20/12 1:58pm Brian in UK:

The maths for that was 666! True.
Avatar    Mon. 8/20/12 2:05pm Jeff G:

Ah, here's the Baldwin/NYT piece: www.nytimes.com...
HARDCORE.
  Mon. 8/20/12 2:06pm Peter:

Is Baldwin the most beloved writer of avant-jazz fans? He is mine :)
  Mon. 8/20/12 2:12pm Brian in UK:

Thanks Jeff. Relentlessness.
  Mon. 8/20/12 2:53pm listener james from westwood:

god-damn! what an ending! many thanks for the show, guys!!
Avatar    Mon. 8/20/12 2:54pm Jeff G:

Man, love Jeanne Lee's laughter at the end of that.
  Mon. 8/20/12 2:54pm northguineahills:

Awesome! Thanks again!
Avatar    Mon. 8/20/12 2:55pm Jeff G:

Thanks as ever for tuning in, listener james!
Avatar    Mon. 8/20/12 2:56pm Jeff G:

You are most welcome, northguineahills! Thanks for comin'!
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