Options Woody: Playlist from December 3, 2007 Options

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Options December 3, 2007: Special Guest: Ian Nagoski

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New
Kristiana Clemens  Time Tells You   Options Deep Wireless 1: Radio Art Compilation (v/a)  New Adventures in Sound Art     
Interview with Ian Nagoski
Nji R. Hadji Djoeaehn  Tjimploengen   Options Black Mirror: Reflections in Global Musics (v/a)  Dust to Digital  compiled by Ian Nagoski  *  
Marika Papagika  Smyrneiko Minore   Options Black Mirror: Reflections in Global Musics (v/a)       
Patrick J. Touhey  Drowsy Maggie   Options Black Mirror: Reflections in Global Musics (v/a)       
Thiruvazhimilalai Subramanian Bros...  Manasa Sri Ramachandra   Options        
Sinkou Son & Kouran Kin  Songs in Grief   Options        
Naim Karakand  Kamanagah   Options        
Rail Band  Armee Mali   Options Soundiata  Sterns     
Soul Vendors  Darker Shade of Black   Options Downbeat the Ruler (v/a)  Studio One     
Candie Payne  A Different You   Options I WIsh I Could Have Loved You More  Deltasonic    *  
Asahito Nanjo / Makaoto Kawabata / Tatsuya Yoshida    Patchouli and Echoes (v/a)  Disc Choco     

Music behind DJ:
Chris Watson 





Tabata Mitsuru  Homing Instinct   Options We All Gonna Face the Rising Son  Ruby Red Editoria    *  
Paul Metzger  Bright Red Stone   Options Deliverance  Locust    *  
John Lawson  Hop Along Lou   Options Virginia Traditions: Non-Blues Secular Black Music (v/a)  Global Village     
Tovo  Echoes of the Savannah   Options A World Out of TIme Vol. 3 (v/a)  Shanachie     
Axa Hour of Dora Bleu  Disappearing   Options Clones of Eros  Fire Museum    *  
Christina Kubisch  Circles III   Options Night Flights  Important    *  
Big City Orchestra  track 11   Options Villanella  Ubuibi    *  
Monarch  Rapture   Options Dawn of the Catalyst (split cd)  20 Buck Spin    *  
Chrome  Firebomb   Options Third From the Sun  Noiseville  1982  *  
Peechees  Mad Doctor   Options Do the Math  Kill Rock Stars     
The GoGo Pleasers  Look into My Eye   Options Gravy Presents Get It! (v/a)  Gravyzine    *  
Mod and the Rockers  Gonna Love You Every Day   Options The Best of Justice Records (v/a)  Norton    *  
McKinley Mitchell  Rock Everybody Rock   Options Stompin' 2 (v/a)       
Art Ensemble of Chicago  Rock Out   Options Message to our Folks  BYG/Actuel     
Modern Sound Quintet  Otinku   Options Otinku  Em    *  
OPA  Brooklynville   Options Back Home: The Lost 1975 Sessions  Lion Productions    *  
Harmonia  Watusi   Options Harmonia       
Tom Thayer  Old Smelly Haircut   Options Tom Thayer      *  
Occasional Detroit    split 7"  I Just Live Here    *  
Peter Gordon  Return of the Animals   Options De Appel (v/a)  De Appel     
Chris Watson  3m   Options Oceanus Pacificus  Touch Seven    *  
  several tracks   Tuva - Among the Spirits  Smithsonian Folkways     
Machinefabriek    Slaapzucht  Root Strata    *  

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Listener comments!

  12:12pm Sean Daily:

First comment! Woo hoo!
  12:15pm Dean Saily:

Second Comment! Moo how! - loved that opening piece. Woody, is it on CD? And exactly what year was it recorded.released?
  12:19pm Woody:

Hey there-

Yep, Deep Wireless 1 can be found online at:

The cd is from 2004 although I'm not sure about that particular piece.
  12:30pm jacob:

what magazine had you read this guys reviews in? Did you say "Huana"??
  12:32pm NEUstudio:

It's very touching hearing old Rebetica here in Athens Greece from a station in NY.
Well done.
PS check Rosa Eskenazi recordings and Yiovan Tsauf.
  12:35pm Kosta Ghikas:

Great to hear Marika - my grandad was in new york as an immigrant in 1911 - same name as me, but in the US he was , of course... GUS!
Keep 'em coming
  12:36pm Andrew:

My brother recently wandered into the True Vine and someone (presumably Ian?) turned him on to a box set of Greek music, sublime and mysterious. Cheers, really enjoying the show.
  12:36pm Woody:

It was Halana magazine..... great magazine from late 90s although there were just 4 (or 5?) issues. Probably out of print but definitely worth looking for...
  1:16pm raga:

that candie payne track was beautiful. thank you for that!
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  2:04pm Lupica:

The PeeChees! Yeah! Most obnoxious vocals ever to hit vinyl!
  2:13pm Wes:

Okay now this is what I call good music. Excellent set.
  2:17pm Woody:

Hey Lupica-

Somehow I remembered an old wfmu blog post of yours of youtube videos and I believe the Peechees were doing that song (Mad Doctor)...

I saw them, jesus a long time ago, and they brought their own light rig for the venue (burriot restaurant/rock club). hot!
  2:27pm Lupica:

Yep, I did indeed put that video (from one of the Kill Rock Stars video comps) on the blog a while back. So great! Their second album left me a little cold, but "Do the Math" is totally stellar, as is their split single with the Drags. (Can't believe I am still able to summon up details like this ten+ years after the fact...)
  2:35pm nh_dave:

Totally groovin' to this
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