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

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Options March 4, 2017

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Artist Track Album Label Comments
Don Bikoff  Sonata #7, Opus 11   Options Celestial Explosion  Tompkins Square   
Gwenifer Raymond  Sack 'Em Up, Parts I & II   Options Sometimes There's Blood  Gwenifer Raymond   
Michael Chapman  That Time of Night   Options 50  Paradise of Bachelors   
Ross Hammond  Sinner Man   Options Follow Your Heart  Prescott Recordings   
Jemima James  If I Could Only Fly   Options      
John E. Tinsley  Penitentiary Blues   Options Country Blues Roots Revived  Manufactured / Steady Sounds   
Lee Endres  Morning Sun   Options      
Tim Evans   You Was Mine   Options Wretched Wings  Ever/Never   
Luke Gibson  Another Perfect Day   Options Another Perfect Day  True North   
Bill Jerpe  I Expect To See You Then   Options Bill Jerpe  Soft Estate   
Mike Fiems  Desert Sands   Options I Would Dream  Mapache   
Steve Young  Kenny's Song   Options Rock, Salt & Nails  A&M   
Lief Vollebekk  Into the Ether   Options Twin Solitude  Secret City   
Bob Dylan  I Threw It All Away   Options Nashville Skyline  Columbia   
 
Lucy Miller  Swimming   Options Swimming  Soleils Bleus   
James McCarthy  Born A Loser   Options Born A Loser  Big Pink   
Raoul Vignal  ISA   Options III  Raoul Vignal   
Philip Lewin  The Magic Within You   Options Am I Really Here All Alone?  Tompkins Square   
Jesse Winchester  Defying Gravity   Options Learn To Love It  Bearsville  Don't know what happened...Youtube glitch. The sound just vanished. Not muted...(sigh) we're so dependent on these beasts... 
James Johnston  Dark Water   Options The Starless Room  Clouds Hill   
 
Erica Buettner  Arctic Dogs   Options True Love and Water  Peppermoon   
Jesca Hoop  The Lost Sky   Options Memories Are Now  Sub Pop   
Holly Macve  We Don't Know Where We're Going   Options      
Lotte Kestner  Fake Empire   Options Stolen  Saint-Loup   
Her Harbour  Hewing Crowns   Options Go Gently Into the Night  E-Tron   
Molly Burch  Please Be Mine   Options Please Be Mine  Captured Tracks   
Sister Mary  Homelessness Blues   Options Mountain Blues  Sister Mary   
Lucy Miller  Oh Yoko!   Options Summer Beans  Lucy Miller   
 
 
Live session with Julie Byrne recorded February 11, 2017. Engineered by Ernie Indradat
Julie Byrne  (Interview)   Options     Julie's new album, "Not Even Happiness", is out recently on Ba Da Bing. https://badabingrecords.bandcamp.com/album/not-even-happiness 
Julie Byrne  Morning Dove   Options (live on WFMU)    The "working title" of this song was "The Singing of Bread". Love that, too. Julie's website: http://juliemariebyrne.com/ 
Julie Byrne  Follow My Voice   Options (live on WFMU)    Julie is appearing at Monty Hall 3/30, with Kevin Morby and Waxahatchee. Lucky you if you've already got tickets...sold out. 
Julie Byrne  Sleepwalker   Options (live on WFMU)    To my mind, one of the best songwriters around...Deep and beautiful poetry. Not to mention her gorgeous voice... Difficult to choose one song that seems to encapsulate what she's about on this record, but this song may be it. Upcoming tour schedule: http://juliemariebyrne.com/tour 
Julie Byrne  (interview)   Options (live on WFMU)    Please buy her albums, whether physical copies or via download. It is crucial to support artists, especially at this time. 
Julie Byrne  The Sea As It Glides   Options (live on WFMU)     
Julie Byrne  Melting Grid   Options (live on WFMU)    This song is from her first full-length, "Rooms With Walls and Windows", on the Orindal label. It's difficult for me to pick a favorite song by Julie, but this might be it. The Orindal album gathered her first two releases, both cassettes. Lucky you if you have one of those! I don't :( 
Julie Byrne  Natural Blue   Options (live on WFMU)    This was the first single released from "Not Even Happiness". If you've never seen her live in concert, go! 
Julie Byrne  (interview)   Options (live on WFMU)    The songs from this session will be posted on WFMU's Free Music Archive, hopefully within the next few weeks. Freemusicarchive.org 
 
Julie Byrne  Prism Song   Options Rooms With Walls And Windows  Orindal   
Julie Byrne  Emeralds   Options Rooms With Walls And Windows  Orindal   

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 3/4/17 6:10am annie:

good morning jeffrey!!
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 6:12am Sem Chumbo:

Good morning, Jeffrey. Hello, annie.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 3/4/17 6:13am annie:

hey sem!
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 6:17am Jeffrey Davison:

Good morning, annie, Sem...
Julie Byrne live set at 8am.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 3/4/17 6:20am annie:

aah, yes!!
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 6:20am pierre:

morning Jeffrey and folks !

Can't wait for the Julie Byrne live. She's going to play in Paris in may, and i'm going to go see her.
  Sat. 3/4/17 6:25am Hugo:

morning!
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 6:30am Jeffrey Davison:

Welcome, pierre and Hugo.
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 6:36am Andy in Etobicoke:

Good morning Jeffrey, and all.
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 6:39am Jeffrey Davison:

Mornin', Andy...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 3/4/17 6:40am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

GutenT(Z)ag everyone. Wonderful as always DJ JD.
FMU brings the Live!
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 6:41am Jeffrey Davison:

Rev in the house.
  Sat. 3/4/17 6:48am Cooh John:

Good morning JD and planeteers. Nice to be with you.
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 6:50am Sem Chumbo:

What a pure joy to hear this program today.
Hey, CJ.
RevRab, snow receding?
  Sat. 3/4/17 6:54am Cooh John:

Hey back at you, SC.
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 6:54am Jeffrey Davison:

Welcome, Cooh John, and thanks again, Sem.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 3/4/17 6:56am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

@Sem: Looks like a fresh dusting out there. Cold snap & windy this weekend - Winter coat again. Didn't get Jersey's 70ā„‰ but should be 50'sā„‰ midweek. Could be blizzards into April if it wants to up here, yerknow...
  Sat. 3/4/17 7:00am Irene:

Glad to hear such a beautiful Lief Vollebekk song to start my day Been meaning to check out his new album, which I heard was great.
  Sat. 3/4/17 7:00am Mark R:

Jeff Conklin says he was first turned on to WFMU when he was driving around after a late night out and he tuned the dial to 91.1 and you were playing "I Threw It All Away." And he knew he'd found a home.
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 7:00am Sem Chumbo:

Nova Scotia had the warmest February ever recorded, and at the same time, the most snow.
With climate change comes who knows WHAT next.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 3/4/17 7:04am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

@Sem: I remember distinctly scientists on PBS Newshour *years ago* saying that w/ higher temperatures & more moisture in the system (melting icecaps) - there would be fewer - but larger - storms. I don't know why this isn't absolutely common knowledge, or wouldn't be accepted on (obvious) evidence if it were. I mean - maybe slightly counterintuitive but not that great a challenge...
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 7:06am Andy in Etobicoke:

We have 3 degrees Fahrenheit here in West Toronto.
Supposed to be 42 degrees Fahrenheit by Monday.
All the ducks are rather confused.
  Sat. 3/4/17 7:08am Mark R:

Republican rubles--nice one!
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 7:11am Jeffrey Davison:

Mark, spend 'em while ya got 'em. ;)
  Sat. 3/4/17 7:11am Mark R:

It's not accepted or common knowledge because the fossil fuel industry has spend hundreds of millions of dollars funding false studies that cast doubt on the findings of 95% of the world's most respected climate scientists, paying the salaries of mouthpieces who trot around media outlets spewing their lies, and buying most of congress.
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 7:14am Sem Chumbo:

@RevRAb: yes, indeed. That scenario (the physics of it) follows. We had 140 centimetres ( 35 inches ) in 2 storms over six days. And each came with 50-80 Kmph winds. Blizzards, in fact.
  Sat. 3/4/17 7:15am Cooh John:

Right you are, RRN63. "If you aren't apalled, you aren't paying attention." It's appears most aren't even awake. Now, back to the music.
  Sat. 3/4/17 7:17am Cooh John:

We need more critical thinkers like Mark R, SC, et. al.
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 7:20am Tidepoolbay:

Good morning everyone!
  Sat. 3/4/17 7:29am Goldy:

good morn
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 3/4/17 7:34am annie:

so...... in light of all the obstructions to the truth, what are common citizens doing to promote their own little world-healh situation? how can we change the attitude of our own communities so better care is kept for our immediate environment? aside from pissing in the wind of big money, who obviously doesn't care, how are we as citizens educating people on how to make our own impact less? do we use less packaging? do we buy in bulk? do we avoid using bottled water? small personal steps are still impactful, albethey barely invisible, they still exist.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 3/4/17 7:35am annie:

just sayin' ^
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 3/4/17 7:35am annie:

i think there are two phrases which come to mind: know your battles, and: avoid a big agenda
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 3/4/17 7:36am annie:

...and i'll go back to my bench
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 7:37am Andy in Etobicoke:

@Annie,
Trying to earn a crust recycling music formats online.
Yup, buying in bulk and a Brita water filter. Baby steps.
  Sat. 3/4/17 7:38am Cooh John:

Spreading the word to everyone I can, annie. I know it's a long haul.
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 7:40am Sem Chumbo:

All well said, annie.
Should you subscribe to the idea that Nature is everything it can be at any one moment, and that humans are not in Nature but of it, then it follows that though our individual actions are small, their effects are cumulative.
More succinctly, as the Mahatma offered, be the change you seek.
Avatar    Sat. 3/4/17 7:40am Guido from Cologne:

Hello Jeffrey!
In order to avoid YouTube-glitches:
www.downloadhelper.net
  Sat. 3/4/17 7:41am Cooh John:

Amen, Sem.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 3/4/17 7:44am annie:

i practice minimalism: i re-use ziplocks, i buy in bulk, i avoid styrofoam and plastic, i ask the people at the meat counter to use my bags and leave the paper wrapper off, stupid little things... one thing i've found is that i am not the only "r/evolutionary" out there doing these things...very comforting
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 7:48am Jeffrey Davison:

And welcome to you, Tidepoolbay.
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 7:49am Jeffrey Davison:

And thanks, Guido!
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 7:52am Tidepoolbay:

Thank you Man!
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 7:56am Jeffrey Davison:

And a belated welcome, Goldy...
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 3/4/17 7:59am Ken From Hyde Park:

Good morning, Jeff and weekenders. Arose in time for Julie Byrne!
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 8:01am Jeffrey Davison:

Good morning, Ken, and thanks for the CD covers...!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 3/4/17 8:10am Ken From Hyde Park:

Most welcome. Glad to participate in reduce, recycle and reuse.
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 8:10am Sem Chumbo:

Will save Ms. Byrne for later today. Thank you Jeffrey, and all, for the enlightening company this AM. ƀ plus tard.
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 8:18am Tidepoolbay:

Julie,

Dreamy vocal. Nice!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 3/4/17 8:24am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Distinctive beautiful voice - wonderful songwriting & playing...one of those talents that seems so natural & right - as if it had to be & must've always been...
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 8:26am pierre:

adding that not only that is some great music, the sound of the live is very neat as well. Well done radio people !
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 3/4/17 8:28am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& maybe it's redundant to say so on a 'Folk show' - but always always a special respect for those who bring all the goods w/ such a sparse setup as just one acoustic instrument & one's lonesome...
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 8:30am Jeffrey Davison:

Agree, Pierre and Rev. Props to Ernie Indradat, engineer for this session, who also mastered the sound file. Great job, Ernie. Thank you so much.
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 8:30am pierre:

I concur Revolution Rabbit Nov63
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 8:31am pierre:

merci Jeffrey and Ernie !
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 3/4/17 8:33am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Love your interviews too.
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 8:34am Jeffrey Davison:

Thanks to Julie for fielding a bunch of non-music biz questions, and for being so revealing in our conversation. And thanks to Ben Goldberg of Ba Da Bing.
  Sat. 3/4/17 8:45am stash:

So pretty
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 8:46am pierre:

Melting Grid is an amazing song
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 8:47am Tidepoolbay:

Julie,

Nice Work!!
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