Options Woody: Playlist from March 10, 2008 Options

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Options March 10, 2008: post-party uggghhh

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New
Polvo  Fast Canoe   Options Exploded Drawing  Touch and Go     
Supermilk  Sayounara   Options Impossibles! 80s Japanese Punk & New Wave  Tokuma     
Spitfire Boys  Funtime   Options Messthetics 104  Hyped 2 Death    *  
Cause Co-Motion  Who's Gonna Care?   Options 7"  Can't Cope    *  
Henry's Dress    s/t  Slumberland     
Xex  Look at His Heartbeat   Options The Pulse of New York  Glass     
bran(...)pos  Spherical Harmonics   Options Coin-op Khepri  Crippled Intelect    *  
Aufgehoben  NoOrgganon   Options Messidor  Holy Mountain     
Evan Parker/Han Bennink  Coyotes are Eating Pure Bred...   Options The Grass is Greener  Emanem     
Steve Lacy  Forest   Options The Forest and the Zoo  ESP    *  
Carleen & The Groovers  Can We Rap   Options Carolina Funk (v/a)  Jazzman     
Archie Bell & the Drells  A World w/o Music   Options Best of  Rhino     
Asbo  Asbo1   Options Fabriclive7 (v/a)  Fabric    *  
Occasional Detroit  5:59   Options Gaybomb 12"  Isle of Man    *  
Jackpine Savage / Esther Nelson  O.K. Robot   Options Together (a Musical-Concept Album for all Children)  Dimension 5     
Smokey and His Sister  Where There's Fire   Options Smokey and His Sister  Sundazed    *  
Donovan Quinn  October Lanterns   Options October Lanterns  Soft Abuse    *  
Luigi Archett / Bo Wiget  stuck 4   Options Low Tide Digitals  Rune Gramofon     
Peggy Ahwesh / Barbara Ess  Nine   Options Radio Guitar  Ecstatic Peace!     

Music behind DJ:


Jurassic Soundscapes - A Scientific Interpretation 



Hall of Fame  Nevada II   Options Hall of Fame  Amish     
Kidorikko  Okuchiga Ga Ga   Options Liz's 2007 Marathon Premium  WFMU     
Unit 3 and Venus  Beer   Options Typical Girls Bootleg Vol. 1  Typical Girls     
The D4  Joe 90   Options Under the Influence: 21 Years of Flying Nuns Records  Flying Nun     
FNU Ronnies    Meat 7"  Richie    *  
Flying Luttenbachers  Violet Shade   Options Incarceration by Abstraction  ugExplode    *  
Yabby You  Steppin' High   Options Dub it to the Top 197-1979  Blood & Fire     
j.o.y.  sunplus   Options dfa compilation 2  dfa     
jason forrest  ceci n'est cd pas   Options The Unrelenting Songs of the 1979 Post Disco Crash  Sonig     
Kleptones  Work   Options A Night at the Hip Hopera       
The Soul Lifters  Hot Funky and Sweaty   Options World's Rarest Funk 45s (v/a)  Jazzman     
The Wondering Souls  God's Prisoners   Options Rae-Cox Gospel Records (v/a)  Rae-Cox     
Rev. Charlie Jackson  My Eternal Home   Options God's Got It  Case Quarter     
Jana Hunter  You Will Take It And Like It   Options Carrion EP  Gnomon Song    *  
Andy Iona  South Sea Island Magic   Options Hawaiians in Hollywood  Old Hat     
Frank Wallace & His Guitar  Oklahoma Blues   Options Country Music Pioneers on Edison  Document     
Jason Bill & Jack Rose  revolution of the Stars   Options Via st. louis  Drunken fish     
Mouthus  track 1   Options No Canal  Bottrop-Boy    *  
Benedicte Maurseth  Roven   Options Knut Hamre  Hello    *  
Zoltan Pongracz  Mariphonia   Options Hungarian Electroacoustic Music  Hngaroton Classic    *  
Bob James Trio  Wolfman   Options Explosions  ESP-Disk  w/ Bob Ashley Gordon Mumma, 1965  *  
Bject  2   Options Object 4  Locust     
William Parker & Hamid Drake  Japeru   Options First Communion + Piercing the Veil  AUM Fidelity     

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Listener comments!

  12:09pm noel:

Oh My God!!!
You're playing POLVO!!!
I am instantly transported to UNC-G, 1995 - to a cold walk up Spring Garden street...
  12:10pm Woody:

Funny Noel... I went to a certain school in Chapel Hill in the mid-90s so Polvo was a requirement :)
  12:12pm jonathan:

i also attended uncg in the early 90's. there was much polvo. that was a very good thing indeed.
  12:20pm noel:

I can almost smell the Yum-Yum chili now...
I bought that album (colored vinyl) at Crunchy Music Stuff.
Loved those days...
  12:23pm noel:

Cruncy's is long gone; I think it's a bike shop now.
  12:26pm Woody:

I think SchoolKids in Chapel HIll just closed or is about to...
  1:11pm noel:

I gotta find somewhere around here to get some Charlie Poole stuff.
  1:20pm Archer Midland:

Woody, what was the info on that dinosaur recording album again? I'm a fan of things that incorporate field recordings, real or imagined.
  1:24pm Carmichael:

OK, this is almost enough to make me ask for my pledge back.
  1:25pm paul in berlin:

actually this is great. who is it. is it hall of fame
  1:26pm Woody:

The dinosaur recording thing is "Jurassic Soundscapes - A Scientific Interpretation" by Jean-Luc Herelle. Kinda weird...
  1:29pm Carmichael:

I'm referring specifically to the Alvin vocals.
  1:31pm Woody:

Hi Carmichael, yeah that was Kidorikko... actually took it off Liz's marathon premium from last year, so blame her :)
  1:33pm Donald Rumsfeld:

Best song ever on 'FMU
  1:35pm dc pat:

nope, this song is. FNU Ronnies RULE!!
  1:36pm Carmichael:

Aha! Thanks for narcing her out, Woody ... -)

I was somewhat kidding, as I did say "almost". Monday's almost over.

And Shooby Taylor played the best song ever on WFMU. The one Irwin eventually put on his "Songs in the Key of Z" CD.
  1:41pm Randy in NC:

To jump into the conversation late, SchoolKids in CH is closing March 30. Apparently the one over near NCSU is staying open for now.
  2:03pm zigabboo:

Stolen from the Meters or might as well be
  2:24pm larry deery:

great music, really enjoying your show
  2:39pm Archer Midland:

Good stuff. Reminds me a little of some of the douglas quin recordings.
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