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Options January 15, 2008

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Flaviola E O Bando Do Sol  Romance Da Lua Lua   Options Flaviola E O Bando Do Sol  World Psychedelia  0:00:00 ()
Bob Dylan  Billy 1   Options Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid  Columbia  0:02:53 ()
Richard Youngs  The Welcome Sailor   Options Migrating Bird: The Songs Of Lal Waterson  Honest Jons  0:06:45 ()
Johnny Clarke  Love Up Your Brothers And Sisters   Options Dreader Dread  Blood And Fire  0:09:40 ()
Ghostface Killah  Walk Around   Options The Big Doe Rehab  Def Jam  0:13:58 ()
The First Class  Lavender Man   Options Summer Sound Sensations  RPM  0:23:57 ()
Bonnie 'Prince" Billy  The World's Greatest   Options Ask Forgiveness  Drag City  0:26:57 ()
Danny Dill  My Girl And His Girl   Options Roughneck Blues  Rev-Ola  0:29:16 ()
Clark Hutchinson  Man's Best Friend   Options Blues/Gestalt  Walhalla  0:31:47 ()
The King Khan & BBQ Show  Shake Real Low   Options The King Khan & BBQ Show  In The Red  0:38:20 ()
Y Tebot Piws  Dilyn Colomen   Options Welsh Rare Beat 2  Finders Keepers  0:46:37 ()
Ted Lucas  I'll Find A Way To Carry It All   Options Ted Lucas  No Label  0:51:50 ()
Pip Proud  There Was Melancholy   Options Eagle-Wise  Half A Cow  0:55:45 ()
Kevin Ayers  Stranger In Suede Shoes   Options Whatevershebringswesing  Water  1:00:18 ()
Yoshi Wada  Bagpipe   Options Lament For The Rise And Fall Of The Elephantine Crocodile  Em  1:07:24 ()
Andore Kandore  Kandore Mandore   Options     1:17:46 ()
Cornelius  Count Five Or Six   Options Fantasma  Matador  1:20:17 ()
Sub Version  Soul-Jah Boogie   Options Box Of Dub 2  Soul Jazz  1:27:48 ()
Excepter  Any And Every   Options Debt Dept.  Paw Tracks  1:34:04 ()
Deep Fuzz  Kinky Busstop   Options Dis-Jointed  Dis-Joint  1:38:02 ()
Cymande  Anthracite   Options Renegades Of Funk  Newhouse  1:44:30 ()
Boscoe  If I Had My Way   Options Boscoe  Numero Group  1:51:14 ()
King Tubbys Meets Larry Marshall  Heavy Heavy Load   Options I Admire You In Dub  Motion  1:54:21 ()
Alva Noto  Odradek (Music To Play In The Dark)   Options It Just Is  Nocharizma/Full Dozer  2:06:34 ()
Black Sabbath  Lord Of This World   Options Master Of Reality  Warner Bros.  2:16:13 ()
White Hills  Radiate   Options Heads On Fire  Rocket  2:21:50 ()
Eroc  Falke Whips It Out   Options 3  Brain  2:26:30 ()
Plastic Idols  You're Gonna Die   Options Singles, Demos & Live Houston Punk  Hotbox Review  2:33:24 ()
Creme Soda  Keep It Heavy   Options Tricky Zingers  Radioactive  2:40:21 ()
J.K. & Co.  Dead   Options Suddenly One Summer  Sundazed  2:43:05 ()
Brigade  Desert Song (You're All Alone)   Options Last Laugh  Shadoks  2:47:39 ()
Bump  Daydream Song   Options Bump  Gear Fab  2:53:07 ()
Os Mutantes  Haleluia   Options A Divinda Comedia Ou Ando Meio Desligado  Omplatten  2:56:02 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 1/15/08 9:23am girlfriend:

no more politics hatchy please.
  Tue. 1/15/08 9:23am Pamela:

Morning! Yay, first comment!
  Tue. 1/15/08 9:25am efd:

First Class! Now you're speaking my language! This is a great CD.
  Tue. 1/15/08 9:36am dei xhrist:

yay 4th comment. I just found out that the ever lovin' Vermin Supreme is also demanding a recount in NH; this is not the place to post his comments, but basically he knows he got 1 vote and it didn't show up on the final register. Yeah he's a political clown, and with a point.
  Tue. 1/15/08 9:38am Hatch:

Apparently some Ron Paul votes in one precint, about 30 of them, were initally not counted either. Not that it would've made much difference.
  Tue. 1/15/08 9:40am Reed:

I only recently discovered King Khan, and he really just keeps getting better.
  Tue. 1/15/08 9:41am rob t.:

nice "prince" billy track btw - thanks.
  Tue. 1/15/08 9:48am Cecile:

Colomen? The wha-?
  Tue. 1/15/08 9:50am Ann Arbor Doug:

Since the Michigan Democratic primary has been all screwed up, should I vote for Uncommitted (what the party wants us to do if we don't want to vote for Hillary), Ron Paul (maximum mischief value), or Kucinich (best candidate but doesn't deserve votes because he tried to take his name off the ballot)?
  Tue. 1/15/08 9:52am Hatch:

My suggestion, to make the best use of your vote, is to pick Uncommitted. Either that or take a GOP ballot and vote Mitt Romney to help jumble up the Republican contest even further.
  Tue. 1/15/08 9:53am dei xhrist:

I was at a poll watch and I was pretty surprised to see Gulianni whup Paul - Paul seemed pretty strong around here, or at least his supporters were crazy with the signs in both quantity and duration. Only getting snippets on this whole MI primary - what about write ins? Do you really have to pay every state to be on their ballot or is it just a con about the early primaries?
  Tue. 1/15/08 9:54am Derek:

Democrats for Mitt!
  Tue. 1/15/08 9:54am dei x:

Depends on how you define "for"!
  Tue. 1/15/08 9:55am Steev:

Clintons will be back in the White House -- I'd lay my bottom dollar on it!
  Tue. 1/15/08 9:56am Hatch:

Write-ins don't count in Michigan, and every Democrat but Hillary and Kucinich took their name off the Michigan ballot because the state violated DNC rules by scheduling their primary before South Carolina. So Clinton wins by default--or possibly gets second place to "Uncommitted"--but the delegates don't get to vote at the nominating convention. Theoretically...
  Tue. 1/15/08 9:59am Hatch:

And yeah, you have to pay a filing fee and/or get a certain number of signatures from registered voters to get on the ballot. For Democrats in New York, you need 500 signatures in each of the state's 29 Congressional Districts. Clinton and Obama were the only ones who got on the ballot in every district.
  Tue. 1/15/08 9:59am Cecile:

Vote for Hilary, and being Michigan delegates, they're born free agents and will vote for whoever the hell they want at the convention. I know, I'm from there - the home of the split ticket.
  Tue. 1/15/08 10:02am Lang:

Yes Kevin Ayers!!!!!!!!!!!! Love this song
  Tue. 1/15/08 10:03am Doug:

I think voting for Mitt would be silly, since he's going to do fine in Michigan without any intervention by the disenfranchised democrats. I'll probably wuss out and vote for Uncommitted.
  Tue. 1/15/08 10:04am Derek:

Riddle me this: which primary state's voters have we -not- heard stories of their legendary independence yet? Hmm.
  Tue. 1/15/08 10:09am Doug:

Is that Steev Hise up there?
  Tue. 1/15/08 10:16am Steev:

This is what my soul feels like while Bush has been in office.
  Tue. 1/15/08 10:16am dei x:

Sorry girlfriend, but I think I speak for about 4 other people when I say that I really look forward to Hatch's comment section as one of my few political conversations. Everyone's really nice, and even if we have very dif. views, we're all on the same vibe.
  Tue. 1/15/08 10:17am Steev:

Not Hise. Sorry.
  Tue. 1/15/08 10:19am lonnie:

i gotta fever and the only cure is more bagpipe
  Tue. 1/15/08 10:21am Hatch:

I'm afraid I don't have the cure for your fever.
  Tue. 1/15/08 10:21am Cecile:

Or Kenji Haino playing the hurdy-gurdy
  Tue. 1/15/08 10:22am Steev:

go eat a haggis -- j/k
  Tue. 1/15/08 10:24am dei x:

Now now, we know you put your kilt on one leg at a time
  Tue. 1/15/08 10:25am matt:

How about some David Watson or Rufus Harley?
  Tue. 1/15/08 10:27am Steev:

I would so totally wear a kilt.
  Tue. 1/15/08 10:30am Steev:

It's still snowing here(Albany) -- with very little accumulation, strange.
  Tue. 1/15/08 10:39am DC pat:

I know for a fact that DC is known for its legendary independence.
  Tue. 1/15/08 10:42am Derek:

John McCain will probably show a strong setting in [state]! With [state]'s legendary independence, their refusal to do what they are told, they will surely identify with straight-talking McCain the maverick!

Being a pundit sure is easy.
  Tue. 1/15/08 10:46am lonnie:

here in ohio, we are wholly dependent and not afraid to admit it. more bagpipe. also, can't you see republicans cutting their losses, and letting mccain run in a similar "thanks for all your years on dedication and service" type of bob dole run?
  Tue. 1/15/08 10:53am philthy:

McCain, unlike Dole, is not running against a popular incumbent. Don't think the GOP is giving up on the presidential election.
  Tue. 1/15/08 10:58am Hatch:

And besides, they wouldn't be cutting their losses wiuth McCain. He's their best shot to win.
  Tue. 1/15/08 10:59am Cubicle Carl:

We should all wear kilts when we go vote.
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:00am Cecile:

I'm up for it. Except being a girl it loses the shock factor.
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:02am dei x:

I got yer Undecided right here in my sporran! (....I had to look that up)
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:03am Steev:

Do our kilts have to be plaid?
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:03am lydia:

what's this now you're talking over?
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:03am Derek:

Since we're listening to King Tubby and talking about politics... any interest in playing Lee Perry's new "The End of the American Dream"? I requested it from Woody yesterday and he played it. Sorry if WFMU listeners are getting sick of me!
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:05am north guinea hills:

stained glass pyjamas
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:05am Mike B:

I'm going to Cornelius next week also. Could you play some Benevento/Russo Duo, please? They are opening.
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:06am Hatch:

The talkover track was "Chelsea Boys" by Marz.
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:09am Reed:

Comp name: "Eclectic Choogle-oo"
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:10am Drunk John Lennon:

Woo hoo...forty third...hick......comment. Shout out to del X, Sean Daily, Derek, North Guinea Hills, Girlfriend, and all my kilt-wearing mongoloids. And hey Hatchy regarding "needing our help" - we don't ask you to come down to our work and help out with our jobs. Get back to the music, laddie - we luv ya!
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:10am Cubicle Carl:

This sounds like Baba O'Riley.
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:12am Reed:

DJL: It's called "Internet 2.0." Get with the widget!
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:14am Carmichael:

Wow, dig the repetition. So when exactly DOES the "dj speak"???
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:17am Cubicle Carl:

  Tue. 1/15/08 11:17am Sean Daily:

Not even close to first comment! Woo hoo!
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:19am Brian:

What a perfect time to turn on the radio.

Lord of this World
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:20am Cubicle Carl:

I'm going to get cited for headbanging in my cubicle.
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:21am ross:

work related injury...
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:21am Carmichael:

Now we're talking. Lovely lilting tune.

Ah, aahhaaa, bitter dregs ...
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:34am Cecile:

Big Boys! We need the Big Boys!
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:38am Nate:

I wanna hear some old Rudimentary Peni, or better yet, Lime Gelatin Refuge. I haven't heard "Cow-Catcher" in two or three forevers. Maybe some early Subhumans.
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:40am sasa:

Hatch, the music behind you?
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:44am Hatch:

That was "Farewell To The Welfare" by Wendell Harrison.
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:52am Wes:

This is some heavy organ on this JK and Co...I like!! If you like this , you'll also like Arzachel's LP from 1969.
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:53am Hatch:

That was actually Brigade, not J.K. & Co.
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:54am Carmichael:

Or Caravan's "Nine Feet Underground", which seems to twist all over the place.
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:54am Wes:

Ahh okay, I see the update now. This Bump has some heavy Hammond, too. So nice.
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:57am north guinea hills:

nice way to end the set w/ os mutantes
  Tue. 1/15/08 11:59am Wes:

Yeah, NGH, we got our fix of swirling Leslies today and I'm happy as could be.
  Tue. 1/15/08 12:00pm Wes:

Well, except for the whole DUI wrecked truck thing.
  Tue. 1/15/08 12:01pm Carmichael:

Thanks, Hatch!
  Wed. 2/27/08 4:21pm uk:

Re Farewell to Welfare please remember u.k. listeners wish to send filthy lucre to you.many on welfare like wfmu.when taxpayers find out Big TROUBLE. already we are failed state.
  Thu. 2/28/08 6:16am usa:

no problem so are we.distant cousins.
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