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Folk; old-timey; blues; psych, avant and acid folk old and new; melancholy pop; lots of guitar; detours elsewhere.

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Options November 16, 2013

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Cian Nugent & the Cosmos  Grass Above My Head   Options Born With the Caul  No Quarter  0:00:00 ()
Tatsuya Nakatani & Shane Perlowin  Dolorous Duenna   Options Anatomy of a Moment  New Atlantis  0:05:54 ()
Laraaji  Moon Shadows   Options Celestial Music 1978-2011  All Saints  0:12:44 ()
Janel & Anthony  Where Will We Go   Options Where Is Home  Cuneiform  0:17:13 ()
Laughing Eye/Weeping Eye  Village   Options Beway  Hairy Spider Legs  0:23:42 ()
The Ashes of Piemonte  Under the Shadow of Religion   Options Winter's Fire  Time Released Sound  0:28:23 ()
In Gowan Ring  One Silver Ring   Options The Twin Trees  Shayo  0:34:00 ()
Cross Record  Not Quite White Light   Options Be Good  Ba Da Bing  0:42:44 ()
Scallion  The Bird Is Missing   Options Will o' Wisp  Edible Onion  0:48:33 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Marsen Jules 
The Endless Change of Color   Options     0:53:40 ()
Linda Perhacs  Parallelograms   Options Parallelograms  Guerssen  1:04:17 ()
Sharron Kraus  Nothing   Options The Woody Nightshade  Strange Attractors  1:08:29 ()
Allysen Callery  Spare Parts   Options Mumblin' Sue  75 or Less  1:13:34 ()
Diana Darby   Kierkegaard   Options The Magdalene Laundries  Delmore Recording Society  1:15:52 ()
Aisha Burns  Nothing   Options Life In The Midwater  Western Vinyl  1:19:40 ()
Carol Kleyn  And Back Again   Options Return of the Silkie  Drag City  1:22:20 ()
Suny Lyons  Bill Knott and The Wrong Heart   Options Bedroom Tapes  Suny Lyons  1:27:04 ()
Arthur Russell  A Sudden Chill   Options Another Thought  Arc Light Editions  1:31:52 ()
Goldfrapp  Laurel   Options Tales of Us  Mute  1:34:33 ()
Tully  This Tree   Options Loving Is Hard  Chapter Music  1:38:38 ()
Bill Fay  Be Not So Fearful   Options Bill Fay  Deram Nova  1:43:35 ()
Bill Fay  The Healing Day   Options Life Is People  Dead Oceans  1:46:11 ()
Robert Wyatt  Alifib   Options Rock Bottom  Virgin  1:51:21 ()
 
Richard Buckner  4am   Options Devotion + Doubt  MCA  2:06:09 ()
Gillian Welch  April the 14th, Part 1   Options Time (The Revelator)  Acony  2:09:13 ()
Jim Ringer  Waitin' for the Hard Times to Go   Options Waitin' for the Hard Times to Go  Folk-Legacy  2:14:19 ()
Michael Hurley  Ohio Blues   Options Sweetkorn  Bellemeade Phonics  2:17:39 ()
Bob Dylan  Annie's Going to Sing Her Song   Options Another Self Portrait (1969-1971): The Bootleg Series Vol. 10  Columbia  2:23:19 ()
Chip Taylor  North Caucasus Fight Club   Options Block Out the Sirens of This Lonely World  Train Wreck  2:25:40 ()
Bill Martin  Stella Kerouac   Options The River Turns the Wheel  Riversong  2:29:29 ()
Mark Fosson  Might As Well Be On the Moon   Options Jesus On a Greyhound  Big Otis Records  2:35:07 ()
Patrick John Brayer  Hobo of Hearts and Flowers   Options Cold Feelings  Patrick John Brayer  2:39:46 ()
Bob Coltman  Vandy, Vandy   Options Lonesome Robin  Minstrel  2:44:43 ()
Birdie Busch  Gigi   Options The Ways We Try  Bar/None  2:48:19 ()
Blind Uncle Gaspard  Marksville Blues   Options Let Me Play This for You: Rare Cajun Recordings  Tompkins Square  2:51:40 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 7:01am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Morning ! - Listening !
  Sat. 11/16/13 7:04am dinatekno:

I'm usually never up this early. Waking up to this show makes it worth it.
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 7:04am 3rdAFCrewChief:

Hello...Present
  Sat. 11/16/13 7:25am kategompert:

Hello all :)
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 7:46am Mike East:

morning all! essentially humpday for me since I dont have a day off til next saturday. the good news is that the o.t. means extra cash in my pocket for the record fair
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 7:54am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...yer a crazy go go ♈Aries, MikeE ! Rawk on !
...I got some marmite! ; morning is much better...
  Sat. 11/16/13 7:57am audiolog:

Greetings from St.Petersburg, Russia! I am listening your show always from archive. There are much excellent groups every week! But something else would be here. For example Dakota Suite. I've listened their album 2012 recently. This great melancholic songs. Or some groups which style sometimes called "americana" like The Walkabouts. And one more question. Is there any way for downloading old shows? I am not listening their on-line for some reason. Thank you, Jeffrey!
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:03am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Hello audiolog !
I love that we're an international audience!
...I hope it's not bad form to Link to a different stream, but if you like 'Americana', you might like this:
www.radiofreeamericana.com
( - I Link - w/ the understanding that we all know WFMU *is* the best station on Earth & takes most of my time anyhow! - & there probably isn't too much of that station's sort of thing on FMU)...
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:06am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...a lot of times - isn't it Copyright law that prevents Programs being Podcasts for Download - ?
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:08am duke:

happy saturday to all. As Rex says, every day is saturday to a dog
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:09am Mike East:

the WFMU APP allows you to download shows, I believe. Also, I think if you click on "previous playlist" right above the date to the left, you can then click on "MP3-128k" and then save that file. I'm not much of a computer person myself, so that may or may not work.
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:10am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- This is the WFMU Podcast page :
wfmu.org...
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:11am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...sounds like you know more than I do, MikeE!
...Saturday is *always* my 'humpday' - but I don't work seven days in a row!...
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:15am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- dunno MikeE - but if I try that, I get an ".m3u" - which I think is just a Link on your computer to the Archive file, not an actual Download of a file...
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:18am Mike East:

yeah, now that I'm thinking about it, you're right, Rabbit. However, the app solution is true. Back when I had an ipod I would download shows regularly so I could listen on the bus where there's no wifi. That was the old version of the app, so I'm sure its even better and easier with the new and improved update.
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:20am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I got both Garage Band & Audacity on my computer - so I should be able to record any damned thing - but I'm too lame to have even figured that out yet!...
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:23am Mike East:

btw, RR11/63, been watching a Ray Harryhausen documentary in fits and starts. pretty good stuff. Interviews with the man himself, plus Ray Bradbury, and many contemporary directors and special effects guys who cop to "paying tribute" to him with everything that they do.

those two programs are pretty user friendly, the biggest obstacle for me is the laziness and lack of motivation. I'm in the process of overcoming both of those.
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:26am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

RayH lived to his 90s - & knew he was loved & influential - still, I wanted to **be** him (& Hendrix & Bradbury & Lennon...& this Dylan feller here) - so his passing underscores the rush of time & more of that laziness of which we speak...
  Sat. 11/16/13 8:27am LovecraftDude888:

I'm not awake and just signing on, but I'm a total audio
geek and guitar nut...I've been using magix Samplitude
Pro. Studio for years and it's great, I never was keen on
Cakewalk, Sonar, Audacity, had issues with all of them,
but not Magix I love their software, it's very easy to use,
even just for archiving, one track projects, etc. where
you just want to record and save in whatever format.
I highly recommend it. I also recently got a pair of
Alesis USB monitor speakers...under $100 and so
damned great!! Plug n play. essential. They sound
so much "cleaner" then the Logitechs I was using.
Make sure you run that software though on the fastest
PC you can get. Old slow PCs are useless for recording,
basically. Ok geek time over!
  Sat. 11/16/13 8:28am LovecraftDude888:

Garage Band is ok but I haven't used it enough to really
say how good or bad it is. It's probably fine if you
have good outboard equipment: good mixer, mics,
and preamps. Otherwise...not so good for live.
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:31am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Thx LcrftD888!
...whatever I comprehend & retain from that is more than I knew before!...
  Sat. 11/16/13 8:32am LovecraftDude888:

and you're better off with download archive mp3 file, recording in real time, is just that, you can have issues and dropouts
potentially. But don't some of the archives on WFMU you have to be connected to the Web to play the entire file? Maybe some
you don't.
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:33am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Set is killer JD!
...& Kerouac another of my major heroes...hope I don't end up like him! - altho' I might be!...
  Sat. 11/16/13 8:34am LovecraftDude888:

NO prob.! I once tried running a demo of ProTools on my first Compaq PC and it wouldn't even run, too slow to run it. I still haven't owned or used ProTools. I found Magix did the trick
and for a lot less money. I think ProTools is fine, but helps
to have $2000 and the best Mac you can get!
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:34am Mike East:

I've been learning digital performer cuz that's what the guy whose rig I'm borrowing has. It seems good, but I keep running into technical snags and once Im done troubleshooting, I barely have energy for a decent performance.
Geek time over? This is wfmu...it's always geek time
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:37am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Haha Mike E! - true...
  Sat. 11/16/13 8:39am LovecraftDude888:

keep on geekin, then! True. Havent' heard of Dig.
Performer. Seen the various DJ decks and things
being offered at Best Buy (Worst Purchase?), those
look like fun, and I've tried VirtualDJ the free version,
which is also good fun. Digital Performer lopks like
it's aimed at more composers and recording keyboards
or live instruments more than basic multitrack, although
I guess it does all that as well. The MIDI cap.seems to be
highlighted with that.
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:41am Mike East:

@Lovecraftdude...thats exactly what my buddy uses it for
  Sat. 11/16/13 8:41am LovecraftDude888:

Too many applications on the market, some great, some suck. Cubase is pushed a lot but I haven't used it and no idea
if it's any good. Then there's stuff like Logic and ACID...
but the latter is more for dance music and DJ remixing,
and former for MIDI and sequencing I believe. Gotta
do research before buying!
  Sat. 11/16/13 8:44am LovecraftDude888:

Then there's basics like Sony SoundForge (Soundfrog)
which I used to use but never liked that much,
a lot of people think it's terrible software. But their
CD Architect app. is good for pro. CD mastering. But
I rarely use it anymore since we're going straight to digital
now more than ever, of course. It's nearly obsolete
unless you're gonna send out CDs of your band or whatever.
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:47am Mike East:

A basic version of Protools came with my interface, but I was getting errors from the start that I didn't even bother to figure out, so I gave up on it.
  Sat. 11/16/13 8:47am LovecraftDude888:

I even bought Cakewalk Music Creator, that's a good application,
even has built in DAW drum kits and stuff, sound quite
realistic, but I found it annoying that you can't really PLAY
the drum kit as a sit down kit, as such, only on the keyboard,
or program it--I'd rather play like, a Roland sit down kit
and then record that to the PC. But it was fun to play with.
  Sat. 11/16/13 8:49am LovecraftDude888:

ProTools....oh boy. It eats up processors and requires
a dedicated machine mainly, even an intro. version. That sucks. Latency issues are hell too, where you get delays and
dropouts. I dunno I"ve used Magix Samp. for years
now and never had any issues! I sound like a sales rep.
but it's great. Just set your sound input source, arm for
recording, hit record on dat button on the recording
transport thingie and go! I even figured out how to set
timer recording so I could go out to lunch when I was
archiving an old tape and then come back and
the rec. was done! So great.
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:51am Mike East:

I'm gonna look into Magix. Thanks, dude!
  Sat. 11/16/13 8:51am LovecraftDude888:

It's also fun playing with mastering stuff and the mixing desk,
feel like you're a producer or whatever. You can EQ stuff
and add punch to the stereo signal, etc., after recording.
I tried learning surround sound mixing but that shit is hard!!!!
  Sat. 11/16/13 8:52am LovecraftDude888:

Anytime! I really should be selling pro audio again at
Guitar Center but I can't deal with retail sales...oh
the humanity!
Avatar Sat. 11/16/13 8:52am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- love the pianer on 'Gigi' - like the one on Dylan's 'Tom Thumb Blues'...
  Sat. 11/16/13 8:53am LovecraftDude888:

one warning: get Samplitude Producer and NOT Music Maker,
the latter is more for dance music or assembling tracks,
the former is the real deal a full multitrack studio suite.
  Sat. 11/16/13 8:54am Jack:

for a DAW, after using Cool Edit for years ( Adobe Audition sucks ) I've settled on Reaper. Works great on my old slow computer, and with EZdrummer software. small Behringer mixer (no effects), a cheap midi controller. lots of free VSTs. I can make passable multitrack demos. It's a shitload of fun...now.
  Wed. 11/20/13 8:39am van:

Catch up time with Shrunken Planet is always something to look forward to!
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