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Options August 2, 2016: Pretty Werewolf

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
The In-Theme          0:00:00 ()
The Kinks  Just Friends   Options Percy  RE: Castle Music  1971  0:02:02 ()
The Art Van Damme Quintet  Adios   Options Martini Time  Columbia  1955  0:04:41 ()
Bernadette Carroll  Don't Hurt Me (1964)   Options V.A.: Kiss 'n' Tell  Ace  1993  0:07:11 ()
Stereo Total  Violent Love   Options Baby Ouh!  Kill Rock Stars  2010  0:09:25 ()
Jonathan & Darlene Edwards  Pretty Baby   Options Jonathan & Darlene Edwards  RCA Victor  1962  0:10:49 ()
Conlon Nancarrow  Study No. 25   Options Player Piano 3: Studies 13–32, Vol. 2  MDG  2007  0:12:53 ()
Stephen Malkmus  Pencil Rot   Options Face the Truth  Matador  2005  0:18:56 ()
Murphy Working Stiffs  Werewolf   Options Metamurphosis  RE: Divine Agency  1988  0:23:01 ()
The Flintstones  Way Outs   Options Modern Stone-Age Melodies: Original Songs from the Flintstones TV Show Soundtrack  Rhino  1994  0:25:17 ()
The Hub  Stuck Note   Options Boundary Layer  Tzadik  2008  0:25:58 ()
 
Bene Gesserit  Aya Ko   Options V.A.: 4 in 1 – Vol. 4 [forthcoming release]  Insane Music    0:40:33 ()
Henry Cowell  Temptation of the Sea Soul By Monsters, from "Atlantis" (1926)   Options Dancing with Henry: New Discoveries in the Music of Henry Cowell  Mode  2001  0:41:57 ()
J.A. Caesar  Hanadama – Kyojo Bushi   Options Jashumon  RE: Phoenix  1972  0:43:21 ()
Jefferson Airplane  Never Argue with a German If You're Tired, or European Song   Options Bark  Grunt  1971  0:54:21 ()
Raymond Listen  Sunday Theme of Petals   Options Licorice Root Orchestra  Shimmy Disc  1993  0:58:54 ()
George Crumb  Music of the Starry Night, from "Music for a Summer Evening" (1974)   Options Ancient Voices of Children / Music for a Summer Evening  Elektra Nonesuch    1:00:27 ()
Bene Gesserit  Mam Mamma   Options V.A.: 4 in 1 – Vol. 4 [forthcoming release]  Insane Music    1:07:56 ()
Hélène Sage & Francis Gorgé  French Pan Pan Bis Bis   Options V.A.: Dry Lungs IV  Subterranean  1989  1:10:09 ()
 
Alicejust  Je Ne Dis Pas   Options V.A.: 4 in 1 – Vol. 4 [forthcoming release]  Insane Music    1:17:06 ()
Robert Pollard  Join the Eagles   Options Normal Happiness  Merge  2006  1:20:28 ()
War  Don't Let No One Get You Down   Options Why Can't We Be Friends?  United Artists  1975  1:23:31 ()
Alicejust  La Pluie Tombe   Options V.A.: 4 in 1 – Vol. 4 [forthcoming release]  Insane Music    1:27:21 ()
Link Wray  Ice People   Options Link Wray  Polydor  1971  1:31:42 ()
Nicky Cook  Nicky Who Is   Options unreleased demo    2016  1:34:39 ()
Micachu & the Shapes  Suffering   Options Good Sad Happy Bad  Rough Trade  2015  1:42:10 ()
Bing Selfish & Bob Hopeless  Imogen Incidentally   Options The Indefatigable Logic of Bing & Bob  El Frenzy  2015  1:45:43 ()
The Chiffons  Foolish Little Girl (1962)   Options V.A.: Kiss 'n' Tell  Ace  1995  1:48:42 ()
Alternative TV  Jane's Bath   Options Apollo  Overground  1999  1:50:49 ()
 
Bing Selfish & Bob Hopeless  It's the Colours That Get Me Going   Options The Indefatigable Logic of Bing & Bob  El Frenzy  2015  1:59:04 ()
Thomas Dolby  Airwaves   Options The Golden Age of Wireless  Harvest  1982  2:02:03 ()
Daevid Allen & Solid Space  Visions of Angels   Options V.A.: Tribute to Genesis: The Fox Lies Down  Purple Pyramid  1998  2:05:32 ()
Rabbitt  Lifeline   Options Boys Will Be Boys  Capricorn  1976  2:12:27 ()
Deerhoof  Song of Sorn   Options Milk Man  Kill Rock Stars  2004  2:18:31 ()
Jerry Hunt  Chimanzzi (Olun)   Options Phalba  Tzadik  2004  2:20:57 ()
The Wild Stares  Distant Light   Options Land of Beauty: Los Angeles 1989  Ace of Hearts  1992  2:32:03 ()
 
Bene Gesserit  Rest in Pieces   Options V.A.: 4 in 1 – Vol. 4 [forthcoming release]  Insane Music    2:40:28 ()
Ultravox  Hiroshima Mon Amour   Options Ha!-Ha!-Ha!  Island  1977  2:43:48 ()
John Barry  The Party's Over   Options The EMI Years, Vol.3: 1962–1964  Parlaphone  1995  2:49:04 ()
 
Crystalaugur  Cosmic Journey   Options Terranaut  RE: Outsider  1975  2:53:40 ()
The Out-Theme  Gelbart: My Favorite Vacation [part of] + Die Trip Computer Die: Airborn [part of]   Options       2:58:01 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 12:00pm βrian:

Canicular salutations. Woof!
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 12:02pm Tony Coulter:

A salute to your cans too, βrian!
  Tue. 8/2/16 12:03pm Dean:

Yes, we can!
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 12:03pm Tony Coulter:

Hiya, Dean!
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 12:03pm Rich in Washington:

I just realized I was on the wrong channel. <CLICK!>
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 12:04pm Rich in Washington:

No meetings in sight today. I might actually be able to listen to the whole show!
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 12:04pm Tony Coulter:

Hola, Richie Rich!
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 12:05pm Rich in Washington:

Greetings, Tony! Hello everybodeeez!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/2/16 12:05pm listener james from westwood:

Good Tuesday, Tony and all!!
  Tue. 8/2/16 12:06pm sfolk16:

just what I need today! roll 'em out Tony!
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 12:06pm Tony Coulter:

Heya, Listener J ... and sfolk16 too!!
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 12:07pm Tony Coulter:

I'm rolling ....
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 12:07pm Rich in Washington:

This is like a real sedate Enoch Light and the White, I mean Light Brigade
  Tue. 8/2/16 12:07pm Dean:

Right out of Jacques Tati, this Van Damme. Les Vacances de Mr. Hulot is from '53, music by Alain Romain.
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 12:08pm Rich in Washington:

Art Van Damme, thank you ma'am.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 12:10pm βrian:

As M. Hulot once said ...
  Tue. 8/2/16 12:12pm Dean:

Just love J&D Edwards!
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 12:16pm Tony Coulter:

Jonathan, Darlene & Conlon Edwards
  Tue. 8/2/16 12:17pm Dean:

Fourteen left hands
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 12:18pm Tony Coulter:

Ha!!
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 12:25pm Tony Coulter:

@ Rich: I went record shopping in your fair metropolis of Vancouver over the weekend. The fruit will eventually be served up on this show.
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 12:26pm Rich in Washington:

You went to our record store? How did you like it?
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 12:26pm Rich in Washington:

(ours as in - our only one - not as in MINE)
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 12:27pm Rich in Washington:

Fair is probably the fairest assessment of Vancouver (WA) as a town.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 12:28pm Tony Coulter:

You've got two now: Everybody's Music and 1709 Records. I found stuff in both places, tho it took a lot of work and looking in hidden corners.
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 12:31pm Rich in Washington:

The former has/had this annoying tendency to NOT price their records - the owner would sort of look at the records, look at the buyer, make up a price. I stopped shopping there because of that.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 12:33pm Tony Coulter:

Now they have big boxes of records for $10 -- but you *have* to take them all. I didn't take them up on that. But they do have scads of $1 records, so....
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 12:33pm Rich in Washington:

The latter, I really like. You may have noticed that the bulk of their inventory was from the former Sonic Recollections. I really wish they'd get over their weird insistence of NOT having a new arrival bin. The owners are under the impression that regular visitors really love having to comb through the entire store to find new things.
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 12:35pm Rich in Washington:

I've discussed it with the owners and they kind of don't get it. I sort of blew my chance when one of them asked me point blank if I didn't visit because the shop stunk like candles really bad - apparently people had been complaining.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/2/16 12:35pm annie:

i'm here, slightly late, but i'm here
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 12:36pm Tony Coulter:

@ Rich: They did have a new arrivals bin, so I guess they finally caved.

I did wonder if many the records were from Sonic Recollections. They seemed oddly familiar.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 12:36pm Tony Coulter:

Greets, Annie!
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 12:36pm Rich in Washington:

They bought him out. Many still have his pricetags on them.
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 12:39pm Rich in Washington:

So weird you played the Edwards, I had just two weeks ago been made aware of their work by my crazed DJ friend Chris Merrick, who used to be KBOO's Programming Director. He told me about them.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 12:42pm Tony Coulter:

They're great, but many of the records have covers that are subtle enough in their oddity that one could take them as straight easy listening.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/2/16 12:44pm Webhamster Henry:

Subtle? Two left hands is subtle?
Hi Tony!
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 12:45pm Tony Coulter:

Not that cover, no! But some of their others....

Heya, Web Ham!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/2/16 12:47pm Webhamster Henry:

I just checked - it's two RIGHT hands, unless they flipped the negative!
  Tue. 8/2/16 12:49pm Dean:

In Paris is a good one: http://ring.cdandlp.com/platine/photo_grande/114326818.jpg
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 12:51pm Tony Coulter:

My favorite of their record titles is "Darlene Remembers Duke, Jonathan Plays Fats." Haven't heard that one, though....
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/2/16 12:51pm Webhamster Henry:

The late Jack Davis did Sing Along With: take a look a this Jack Davis LP cover gallery - it's so great! www.endlessgroove.com...
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 12:53pm Rich in Washington:

It's been great to see all the Jack Davis art posted recently. So many things I was unaware were by him.
  Tue. 8/2/16 12:55pm Dean:

Those Davis covers are marvelous. So many are so familiar.
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 12:57pm Rich in Washington:

there were a few he did that were outside of the style we are familiar with, some stuff he did for comic book advertisements when I was a kid, that I was unaware were by him. He was not only a really gifted caricaturist but also very versatile as an illustrator.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/2/16 12:57pm Jeff Golick:

Chiming in to say hi, and also thanks for that Jack Davis link, @Web/Hen.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 12:58pm Tony Coulter:

Greets, Jeff G!
  Tue. 8/2/16 12:58pm V Priceless:

Hey Tony!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 8/2/16 12:58pm JtotheK:

good afternoon everyone.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 12:59pm Tony Coulter:

Hey, VP!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/2/16 1:01pm Ike:

Yo ho ho!
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:02pm Tony Coulter:

.... and, Hula Hola Hello to JtotheK and Ike!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/2/16 1:03pm listener james from westwood:

Always dug the detail Jack Davis lavished on his subjects' shoes. You could actually create shoes from his drawings. Soles (and holes), heels, stray shoelaces fluttering at the end of a mayhem-stricken leg. Typified his close work overall.
  Tue. 8/2/16 1:03pm Dean:

This summer I've been spinning a wonderful Paul Jacobs recital on a Nonesuch LP quite a bit, Plays Blues, Ballads & Rags. Features works by Bolcolm, Copland, and Rzewski.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/2/16 1:03pm Webhamster Henry:

The Jack Davis-covered records would be a good thematic show for .. well maybe KBC.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:05pm Tony Coulter:

@ Dean: Paul Jacobs was one of the greats. Was lucky enough to see him once.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:06pm Tony Coulter:

... playing Schoenberg, Ives and other stuff....
  Tue. 8/2/16 1:06pm Dean:

Indeed. Wish I'd had the chance. And Yuri Egorov. Too, too young.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:07pm geezerette:

ooooh,pretty! crazy! pretty crazy!
  Tue. 8/2/16 1:07pm Dean:

And John Ogdon. Would have loved to have heard him perform Sorabji.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:07pm βrian:

Bolcom Schmolcom. When I was in Ann Arbor, he seemed like a persistent ghost.
  Tue. 8/2/16 1:09pm Dean:

No doubt, βrian, but the rags are pretty touching, and the Blake songs are remarkable, too. The recitals with Joan Morris, for me, are hit/miss.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:09pm Tony Coulter:

Ahoy, geezerette!
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:11pm Tony Coulter:

Bolcom's "Black Host" is great too....
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:13pm Tony Coulter:

i.e., this thing: www.youtube.com...
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:13pm geezerette:

Yo HO HO Tony! and buccaneers!
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:16pm βrian:

"Too Quiet For Radio."
What an homage.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:18pm βrian:

Ça me donne des frissons !
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:18pm Tony Coulter:

Some stations have alarms go off if there's too long of an on-air silence. The end of that Crumb piece would set off such alarms.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/2/16 1:24pm Webhamster Henry:

Of course Kenny G did kind of a silent show: wfmu.org...
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:27pm Tony Coulter:

What I've though about doing -- though talking about it now will make it harder to pull off -- is a show where I deliberately screw up segues & mic levels, stop tracks in the middle, and so on -- without ever admitting I mean to do it.
  Tue. 8/2/16 1:28pm Dean:

Intentional accidents. I know a lot about those. My kids demonstrate them almost daily.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:29pm βrian:

Ces voix françaises ...
  Tue. 8/2/16 1:29pm Dean:

Nuts. Alan Broadbent is playing in town tomorrow night and it looks like I won't be going.
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 1:30pm Rich in Washington:

I think some stations have a device that triggers a computer playlist if there's long enough dead air.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:31pm Tony Coulter:

Yeah, guess that would be a logical update of a simple internal alarm.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:32pm βrian:

We call it pleine aire.
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 1:33pm Rich in Washington:

this is so weird. Link sounds really freak folk on this. I am unfamiliar with most of his post-intrumental hippy stuff.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:36pm βrian:

Tony, I want to play those Alicejust tracks on a loop as I sleep, just above the threshold of hearing.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:36pm Tony Coulter:

@ Rich: His first "hippy" album (the one I just played) is great. He has a unique singing voice for sure....
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:37pm βrian:

Any relation to Ivor Cutler, this Cook guy?
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 1:37pm Rich in Washington:

I guess he just had one lung.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:37pm Tony Coulter:

@ βrian: Cook gal. No relation, no....
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:39pm Tony Coulter:

Though their keyboards could be cousins.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:39pm βrian:

"Some have expressed a preference for the unrecorded demo..."
Hee.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/2/16 1:41pm Carmichael:

Heya Tony and listeners.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:41pm Tony Coulter:

Hey ho, Carmichael!
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:45pm geezerette:

I like all this goofy solemnity.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:47pm geezerette:

...the human condition. :D
great lyrics!
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:50pm Tony Coulter:

@ geezerette: Yes, Bing is indeed a great lyricist. And that's said as someone for whom lyrics are usually of distinctly secondary importance.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:50pm geezerette:

:)
  Tue. 8/2/16 1:54pm Dean:

Back in the '80s a friend's father, in his 60s or 70s at the time, visited us at the record store where we worked. He spied ATV's Vibing Up the Senile Man in the rack, picked it up and walked to the register, where he told the clerk, "I'd like a dozen of these."
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:54pm Tony Coulter:

I guess he was a senile man .. who wanted to be vibed up?
  Tue. 8/2/16 1:55pm Dean:

He had eleven friends.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:55pm geezerette:

haha, whoa! wonder who the lucky receipients were.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 1:56pm geezerette:

that answers the question!
  Tue. 8/2/16 1:57pm Dean:

Alex Ferguson was supposed to play on the crappy record my buddies and I made back in '79. He was staying with Pete Landswick (Flip Side photographer) in town on the morning we recorded it. He didn't want to get out of bed (for us, at least).
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 2:00pm Tony Coulter:

Too bad he couldn't have recorded his part while lying in bed.

Your record ain't so crappy, by the way. I likes it....
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 2:01pm geezerette:

Dean,who was Alex Ferguson? The only one offered by search engine was a footballer.
  Tue. 8/2/16 2:01pm Dean:

Thanks, Tony. The "while lying in bed" solution would have required, you know, editing.
  Tue. 8/2/16 2:02pm Dean:

Guitarist for early ATV. Shoulda spelled with two esses! Sorry.
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 2:03pm V Priceless:

whoa - cool Dolby cut...really dig that Bing & Bob stuff, too
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 2:03pm geezerette:

Thanks Dean. Also, what record?
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 2:06pm V Priceless:

hey Tony - any chance of some Nektar on the next prog show? I guess you heard, RIP Roye Albrighton..whoa..Visions of Angels!
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 2:07pm Tony Coulter:

@ V Priceless: Definitely. I've been meaning to get around to Nektar.
  Tue. 8/2/16 2:07pm Dean:

Long story short, geezerette, the first single in the Flip Side catalog, albeit not one they generally claim. Group was M (aka The Sound of M). https://www.discogs.com/M-Espionage-Baby/release/3851534 (Oops, guess we did it in '78!) The note is entirely untrue. All versions were in sleeves...unless Al at Flip Side generated another batch of them without notifying us.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 2:08pm Tony Coulter:

This Daveid Allen track is a cover of a Genesis song from "Trespass."
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 2:08pm V Priceless:

this is decent Genesis trib...John Ford/Strawbs covers 'Carpet Crawlers'...
  Tue. 8/2/16 2:09pm Dean:

Holy moly! Controlled Bleeding is on that tribute album!
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 2:09pm Tony Coulter:

Yep!
  Tue. 8/2/16 2:10pm Dean:

Really, though, somebody should have covered "Twilight Alehouse" or "Happy the Man."
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 2:12pm geezerette:

Dean,do you still perform or play with other musicians for the pleasure of it?
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 2:13pm Tony Coulter:

Rabbitt (on now) was Trevor Rabin's pre-Yes group
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 2:13pm Tony Coulter:

... in South Africa.
  Tue. 8/2/16 2:15pm Dean:

Nope, alas. I have friends who are, unlike me, "real musicians." I myself am a virtuoso on remote, but that's about it. Back then we'd do the usual ad hoc insta-band thing to play parties and such. M and its forerunner, The Twits, managed to play shows at LA punk venues.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 2:29pm geezerette:

Dean,music is still in your life. If you were a "real" musician I think being a dad would be much more difficult. Sounds like you made some really good decisions.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 2:32pm geezerette:

Most of my friends are artists of some kind and I've seen all sorts of scenarios play out. Plenty of chaos.
  Tue. 8/2/16 2:35pm Dean:

That's the best perspective, for sure, geezerette. Being a dad is a daily blast. Listening to music, too. Playing music for a living or even a committed hobby, OTOH... Besides, I knew I'd done my best when my son *voluntarily* purchased Zeke's "T-500" for his iPod.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 2:39pm geezerette:

:D!
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 2:48pm Tony Coulter:

Disappointingly, my cat is only interested in music featuring bird sounds.
  Tue. 8/2/16 2:48pm Dean:

The most Roxy Music-ish of Ultravox!, perhaps.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 2:48pm Tony Coulter:

@ Dean: Wuz just thinking that.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 2:52pm geezerette:

Terrific show Tony. Thoroughly dug it!
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 2:53pm V Priceless:

thanks Tony!
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 2:53pm βrian:

Au revoir, frère Tony.
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 2:54pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, everyone! See you next time!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 8/2/16 2:54pm JtotheK:

thanks tony, enjoyed the show!
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 2:55pm Tony Coulter:

By the way, this brand new Outsider reish of "Terranaut" is the first legit reish. Good news, I say....
Avatar    Tue. 8/2/16 2:56pm Rich in Washington:

Thanks, Tony! See you next week, barring any workplace interruptions, meteoric impacts, etc..
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 8/2/16 2:57pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks, Tony!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 8/2/16 2:58pm JtotheK:

@JeffG - I don't often get to chat on the board during your program, but i've been tuned in via archives -- enjoying your show, too!
Avatar Tue. 8/2/16 2:59pm Tony Coulter:

Sayonara, everyone! Thanks for lending me your ears and eyeballs. I'll put 'em back in the right place, I promise.
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