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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 September 10, 2012: Back to school we go.

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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   
Sonny Rollins  Sonnymoon for Two   Options A Night at the Village Vanguard Volume 2  Blue Note  1957   
Fred Hersch  Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise   Options Alive at the Vanguard  Palmetto  2012   
Masada  Idalah-Abal   Options Alef  DIW  1994   
John Zorn / Masada  Idalah-Abal   Options Bar Kokhba: Masada Chamber Ensembles  Tzadik  1996   
Nathan Hanson & Brian Roessler  Sea of Tranquility   Options Selenographia  self-released  2012  http://nhbr.bandcamp.com/album/selenographia 
Output: NOISE  Depression   Options A Soundtrack to the DSM-IV  Output Noise Records  2011  http://www.outputnoise.com/DSM/ 
 
Music behind DJ:
Blues Control 
Love's a Rondo   Options Valley Tangents  Drag City  2012   
James Blood Ulmer  Are You Glad to Be in America?   Options Are You Glad to Be in America?  Rough Trade  1980   
New York Art Quartet  Banging on the White House Door   Options Mohawk  Fontana  1965   
Milford Graves  Nothing 5-7   Options Percussion Ensemble  ESP  1965  w Sonny Morgan 
Sunny Murray  Hilariously   Options Sunny Murray  ESP  1966   
Byard Lancaster  Over the Rainbow   Options It's Not Up to Us  Vortex  1966   
Alexander von Schlippenbach  Over the Rainbow   Options Kung Bore  FMP  1977  w Sven-Åke Johansson 
 
Music behind DJ:
John Cale & Terry Riley 
Church of Anthrax   Options Church of Anthrax  Columbia  1971   
William Parker  Caravan   Options Essence of Ellington - Live in Milano  Aum Fidelity  2012   
Miguel Zenón  Buenos Aires   Options Rayuela  Sunnyside  2012   
Klang  Chicago Spaces   Options Brooklyn Lines...Chicago Spaces  Allos Documents  2012   
 
Music behind DJ:
Marco Cappelli's Italian Surf Academy 
Secret Agent Man   Options The American Dream  Mode/Avant  2012   
Sam Rivers  Second set: part 4   Options Reunion: Live in New York  Pi Recordings  2012  w Dave Holland, Barry Altschul. Rec 2007. 
Grass Roots  Hotttness   Options Grass Roots  AUM Fidelity  2012   
Get the Blessing  O C D C   Options O C D C  Naim Jazz  2012   
Devin Gray  Katahdin   Options Dirigo Rataplan  Skirl  2012   
François Houle 5 + 1  Albatros   Options Genera  Songlines  2012   
Anders Nilsson | Raoul Björkenheim | Gerald Cleaver  Saga Raga   Options Kalabalik  DMG / ARC  2012   
Michael Gibbs & the NDR Bigband  Tennis, Anyone?   Options Back in the Days  Cuneiform  2012   
 
Music behind DJ:
Phil Cohran and Legacy 
Cohran Blues   Options African Skies  Captcha  2010   
John Cage  Radio Music   Options Fluxus Anthology  Recorthings  1956   
Christian Marclay  John Cage   Options More Encores  No Man's Land  1988   
Dave Douglas  Over Farrell's (For John Cage)   Options Five  Soul Note  1995   
John Cage  The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs   Options Voices and Instruments  Obscure  1976  Percussion (closed piano lid) – Richard Bernas; voice – Robert Wyatt. 
 
Music behind DJ:
Dudu Pukwana & Spear 
Flute Music   Options Flute Music  Caroline  1975   

Listener comments!

  Mon. 9/10/12 12:00pm Alf from Upstate:

Welcome back Jeffs!
  Mon. 9/10/12 12:01pm listener james from westwood:

good day, jeff and jeff! happy monday, all!!
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 12:01pm Jef:

Happy Monday, and thanks ljfw & AfU!!
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 12:07pm Jeff G:

Lost an F there. Gimme an F!
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 12:08pm Jeff G:

These guys playing now are pretty good at what they do.
  Mon. 9/10/12 12:08pm North Fork:

Is this the oldest selection you've ever played on this show?
  Mon. 9/10/12 12:11pm North Fork:

Anyone there?!
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 12:12pm Jeff G:

Hey North Fork! Trying to assess...not sure if it's the oldest, but it would certainly vie for the title.
  Mon. 9/10/12 12:13pm North Fork:

Not that 1957 is "old" or anything.
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 12:14pm Jeff G:

Amen.
  Mon. 9/10/12 12:19pm listener james from westwood:

thinking of '57 as old would make the playlist of mac's antique phonograph hour positively paleolithic!
  Mon. 9/10/12 12:36pm Richard from Venezuela:

Hello Jeff and all the listeners.
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 12:36pm Jeff G:

Hi Richard! Greetings.
  Mon. 9/10/12 12:43pm duke:

Just looked at the link for this DSM-IV album. I'm wondering what the Tourette tracks sounds like
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 12:43pm Jeff G:

It's jumpy.
  Mon. 9/10/12 12:46pm Doug S.:

All softly, all the time!
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 12:46pm Jeff G:

You old softy.
  Mon. 9/10/12 12:47pm listener james from westwood:

duke, likewise the trichotillomania cut!
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 12:50pm Jeff G:

That's a good one, ljfw. Though I confess I had to look up the condition.
  Mon. 9/10/12 12:54pm duke:

I hope the soundtracks for manuals becomes a trend. I'm waiting for the soundtrack to the JD 110 lawn tractor,
  Mon. 9/10/12 12:54pm listener james from westwood:

the name of that disorder has splendid mouthfeel. it sounds like something a voice artist says during warmup.
  Mon. 9/10/12 12:56pm listener james from westwood:

if the dsm-iv gets an album, i think the publication manual of the american psychological ass'n ought to receive a musical tribute. the examples for how to style source references could be performed a la "modern major general."
  Mon. 9/10/12 12:56pm Dan in Seattle:

This is really really gorgeous.
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 1:03pm Jeff G:

Dan: Glad you are enjoying -- Art Quartet, yeah? Such a great group. Underrepresented. The name's a little off-putting, perhaps...
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 1:04pm Jeff G:

@ljfw: maybe the AP Style Manual could get its own musical treatment, too?
  Mon. 9/10/12 1:08pm listener james from westwood:

it'd make those sorts of manuals swifter to learn! just put on the earbuds and exercise or sleep your way to proper serial comma usage!
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 1:11pm Jeff G:

For the record: pro Oxford comma.
  Mon. 9/10/12 1:19pm kat330:

Schlippenbach into his bad habits again I see.
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 1:21pm Jeff G:

Yeah. Couldn't resist. Just got that record...
  Mon. 9/10/12 1:28pm kat330:

For the record, I couldn't resist the pun.
Hi, Jeffs and all non-Jeffs! Trying to have my cake and eat it, too, by double streaming.
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 1:35pm Jeff G:

We are pro-pun, kat330, so pun away!
Just don't cross the streams. Have heard that's bad.
  Mon. 9/10/12 1:37pm kat330:

Yeah, the caravan's going down while fording. :)
This is at least *one* version of Caravan not in Steinski's Rough Mix.
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 1:49pm Jeff G:

Betting/hoping that you guys can handle THE STRAIGHT BEAUTY.
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:01pm duke:

If I can do anything 1% as good as this when I'm 80, I'll be happy.
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 2:03pm Jeff G:

Yup. Like, I'm good with breathing. At 80. That'll be my big thing.
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:04pm mark vt:

Puns are fine. Anybody here really good at reviving a laugh? Like the kind where people keep laughing and laughing until pain comes on...and then there is this silence and people are looking around all brain confused. Bringing the laugh back from hell where it went is a skill. Nice to have DO on a Monday afternoon. Love it. It is true, though. When people get all worn out from laughing at something together there comes that awkward silence. I guess at that point people either walk away from each other or turn to hysterics.
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:04pm Jeff J:

If I can do anything I'm like 10% this happy with at 42, I'll be happy!
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:05pm Angie:

I really love having ears.
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:07pm Jeff J:

@mark vt - have you ever heard the Armstrong track "Laughing Louis"? One of the few musical instances of actual laughter as an organizing musical force. A good group laugh is always purgative. Never enough of that.
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:09pm Jeff J:

Grass Roots earnin' the extra "t"s in their "Hotttness" here.
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 2:13pm Jeff G:

@Jeff J: Always loved Tom Wilson's hysterical laughter after the false start on Bringing It All Back Home...
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:14pm mark vt:

@Jeff J-I will need to hear Laughing Louis again. I think I have heard that at some point.
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:14pm Doug S.:

Steven at AUM Fidelity (a prince of a guy) is always quite determined that the label name be spelled with capitals A, U and M.

Good work Jeff!
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:15pm Jeff J:

Love that Tom Wilson laugh too. Some rumors that his laugh and false start was staged. If so, Oscars all around!
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 2:16pm Jeff G:

@ Doug: Thanks. See above, re AP Style Manual. Also, we've received "the call" from Steven re that very issue, many moons ago.
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:16pm kat330:

Then there are Dylan's quick chuckles here and there in his first albums. Endearing they are.
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:19pm Carmichael:

Well alrighty. Hiya Jeffs and listeners.
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:19pm mark vt:

Do you think Neil Armstrong laughed when he was on the moon? That's one small laugh for man kind....
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 2:22pm Jeff G:

Carmichael: howdy!
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 2:23pm Jeff G:

@mark vt: Neil didn't seem the laughing kind, did he...
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:24pm kat330:

Aldrin, otoh, seems a gent to enjoy a buzz.
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:39pm mark vt:

I noticed that tunein has a lot more wfmu line ups now. Including GTDR. I listen at home by using our Roku box and tunein. Months ago it would just have the wfmu stream, and the others. Now it actually has show archives and such. Pretty cool. I sent Doug an email one time, or maybe it was on the comments, about that. Good to have it on there. Otherwise I would need to hook up my laptop, iphone, or other device to get to the other stream. GTDR is so great to have as an alternative to the live wfmu stream. At times. Especially this show and also whenever Doug is on.
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:40pm Doug S.:

@mark vt
What is "tunein"?
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 2:42pm Jeff G:

Yeah @mark vt, I got about a fifth of what you were saying, but enough to say THANKS!
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:42pm Doug S.:

Nevermind. I used this cool new thing called Goggle to find out!
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 2:43pm Jeff G:

lmgtfy.com...
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 2:45pm Jeff G:

Experiencing some birthday burnout. Just realized it's Dave Burrell's bday. Ah well. He was on that Caravan track by Wm Parker. Belated birthday shout-out to you, Mr. Burrell!
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:49pm mark vt:

There might be other places to stream wfmu on the Roku but that is the one I found on it. There must be a way for DJs to program their shows on it because some shows appear on it. Like Tom Sharpling's show ends up on there every week. Not a huge fan of his show but he is a wfmu relative. And many other archives show up on there as well.
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:49pm kat330:

TWIMC: Just had our GoDaddy (domain page and email) go completely down, so some of you may be affected as they just told me "thousands of customers" are affected and don't know when all will be well again.
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:49pm Doug S.:

It is also the birthdays of:

Prince Lasha
Craig Harris
Roy Ayers
Raymond Scott
and Ted Kluszewski

Guess you better go another coupla hours, Jeff.
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:52pm mark vt:

My connection is fine here. On the moon, Neil? Can you hear it ok? ...small laugh.
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 2:52pm Jeff G:

<sigh>
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:54pm northguineahills:

Great set Jeffs, it's been a blast!
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 2:54pm Jeff G:

Glad you enjoyed, northguineahills! Thanks for tuning in!
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:55pm listener james from westwood:

many thanks for the fine show! looking forward to d:o's fall foliage!
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 2:55pm Jeff G:

Show runs a tad long today, btw...
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:56pm kat330:

November 2013, I look forward to FMU's month-long tribute to Benjamin Britten's 100th b'day.
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:58pm kat330:

Maybe the dual streaming caused a rift in the space-time continuum causing GoDaddy to StopDaddy, but I'm still glad I finally made here to D:O -- thanks!
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 2:58pm Jeff G:

Thanks, ljfw. It should be a colorful fall. The DSM-IV doesn't lie.
  Mon. 9/10/12 2:58pm mark vt:

Yes. The foliage is already trying to change here in VT.But not fully, yet.
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 2:59pm Jeff G:

Likewise, kat330; thrilled to have you here (and there)!
  Mon. 9/10/12 3:02pm duke:

Great show. Thanks!
  Mon. 9/10/12 3:04pm mark vt:

I love the GTDR stream. But whenever there is a live person behind it all it just feels right. Thanks for having this stream and thanks, Jeffs for doing the show.
Avatar Mon. 9/10/12 3:04pm Jeff G:

Thanks, duke! Really appreciate your tuning in!
  Mon. 9/10/12 3:05pm Doug S.:

@mark vt
My goal is to keep expanding the stream to include more LIVE shows. Stay tuned!
  Mon. 9/10/12 3:09pm mark vt:

ok. Thank you. I really do appreciate all of it.
  Mon. 9/17/12 12:46pm Ike:

That Output: NOISE track was amazing.
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