Options Woody: Playlist from May 19, 2008 Options

100-plus years of audio media with an emphasis on the ecstatic, the sorrowful, and hypothetical cosmologies.

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Options May 19, 2008: semester over - job never ends

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New
Bill Cosby  Martin's Funeral   Options Badfoot Brown & the Bunions Bradford Funeral & Marching Band  Dusty Groove America    *  
Maulawi  Street Rap   Options New Thing! 2xCD       
Jason Forrest  To Each Their Own   Options split 12 with .end  Brooklyn Beats     
Luna  Es un Sueno   Options 447 39 10 (v/a)    not THAT Luna... from Mutant sounds blog   
Deluxx  Caught Ya Fartin'   Options The Forgiveness Towel  Bolide     
Jason WIllett  track 1   Options The Sounds of Megaphone Unlimited  Megaphone    *  
Baris Manco  Tavuklara Kisset De   Options 2023      *  
Wild Sugar  Bring it Here   Options     get the mp3 from Captain's Crate blog   
Rockhausen  several tracks   Options The Data Cloud Sessions      *  
Monochrome Set  Lester Leaps In   Options the independent singles collection  Cherry Red    *  
The Halo Benders  Don't Touch My Bikini   Options God Don't Make No Junk  K     
Mayyors  Fatigue   Options Marine Dot Com      *  

Music behind DJ:
James Tenney 





The West African Instrumental Quintet  Adersu - no. 2   Options Living Is Hard: West African Music in Britain, 1927-1929 (V/A)  Honest Jons    *  
Count Lasher's Calypso Quintet  Dalvey Gal Parson   Options Boogu Yagga Gal       
The Rebels  Rhodesia   Options Jamaica Funk: Original Jamaican Funk and Soul 45's  Soul Jazz     
Nick Andre & E Da Boss  Left Side On The Brian (Breakers Revenge Remix) feat. Gift Of Gab   Options Every Man for Himself  Slept On    *  
Dr. Koch Ventilator  Tina   Options   REFLEKTOR     
Vorak  Hail the Nuclear Berserker   Options Hell Refuses: A Compendium of Unusual Metal (Brian Turner's 2008 WFMU marathon premium)  WFMU    *  
Lithops  Kahn   Options Queries  Sonig    *  
Grails  PTSD   Options Take Refuge In Clean Living  Important    *  
Mick Turner/Tren Brothers  Kit's Choice   Options Blue Trees  Drag City     
Graeme Revell  Chimpnags - Apes of the Union Canada: America   Options Necropolis, Amphibians & Reptiles: The Music of Adolf Wolfli  Musique Brul    *  
Marc Tremblay  ... Ceci est un Message Enregistre ...   Options Bruit-Graffiti  empreintes digitales     
Walter De Maria  Ocean Music   Options Drums and Nature       
Dave & Ansil Collins  Double Barrell   Options 7"    from Funky16Corners blog   
Hallelujah Chicken Run Band  Ngoma Yarria   Options Hallelujah Chicken Run Band  Alula     
Prince Nico Mbarga and Rocafil Jazz  Sweet Mother   Options Sweet Mother    from Awesome tapes from Africa blog   

Music behind DJ:
Jason Kopec 





Paul de Marinis  Odd Evening   Options Music as a Second Language  Lovely Music     
Conlon Nancarrow  Study no. 50   Options Lost Works, Last Works  Other Minds     
Sun Ra  Untitled   Options some blues but not the kind thats blue  Atavistic    *  
The Treniers  Rockin' on Sunday Night   Options In the 50s/ This is It  Rev-Ola    *  
Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys  Too Much Mambo   Options     from blog.wfmu.org   
Eric Burdon & the Animals  It's All Meat   Options Weeds of Change  Rev-Ola    *  
S-S-S-Spectres  raise the guns   Options Sea Potentia Divina EP  new york night train    *  
The Amazements  Tutti Fruitti   Options Men Willing to Sacrifice to Bring You the Truth      *  
Deicide  The End of the Beginning   Options Till Death Do Us Part  Earache  fade out actually in track, not fancy DJ stuff  *  
Points of Friction  Afterlife DNA Finger Painting   Options Afterlife DNA Finger Painting  Melon Expander    *  
Geile Tiere  Geile Tiere   Options        
Black Disco  Timing, Forget the Timing   Options Disco Club       
DJ Scotch Egg  WWWWWW   Options Drumized  Load    *  
Nino Nardini  Aggression Spatiale   Options Musique Pour Le Futur  Creel Pone    *  
C-schultz and hajsh    C-schultz and hajsh  Sonig    *  
Graham Lambkin / Jason Lescalleet  There and Back Again (various)   Options The Breadwinner  erstwhile records    *  
Timothy Leary  Going Out   Options The Psychedelic Experience  Smithsonian Folkways    *  
yoro sidibe    yoro sidibe  Yaala Yaala    *  

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Listener comments!

  12:11pm listener paul:

So is the Cosby track what was sampled in that song by A Tribe Called Quest?
  12:14pm Droll:

Paul, according to Wikipedia, yes it is. I was looking to see if Quincy was on that. Q is God, but alas, the track grooves without him.
  12:14pm Woody:

according to the internet the Cosby track I just played was sampled on "We Can Get Down"
  12:16pm ?:

Ah, thank you! It did sound familiar :-)
  12:19pm Droll:

Hot scoots, Woody, you get a Gold Star today already. I miss Donna Summer. He's soooooooo my favorite DJ.
  12:26pm jonathan:

caught ya fartin' is one of the best song titles i've ever come across.
  12:27pm Bad Ronald:

Nice and crunchy, thanks!
  12:28pm Ed:

Oh, yeahh!! This is reminding me of old Indiana noise bands from the 1980s
  12:33pm reba666:

AY! leprechaun catering! fantastico baltimore band-- noise folks who are out of the low-zero fest-- i think, perhaps they will be touring with matmos soon... but that may be their sister-act ::snacks:: i highly recommend their vinyl~
  12:35pm Woody:

Thanks for the info Reba666... who's in the band?
  12:41pm Wendy du Fromage:

ooh! The Slurp! I love this song. Good choice, Woody.
  12:41pm Woody:

Hi Wendy, its wacky cut-up remixes by Rockhausen
  12:43pm Ed:

7-11 two-fers!!
  12:44pm Cecile:

now I want some hot dogs.
  12:47pm Wendy du Fromage:

Hi Woody,
Yeah, I had a feeling after a minute or so when other cool sounds started creeping in there. Rockhausen or 7-11... I still like it.
  12:49pm Bad Ronald:

Don't Touch My Bikini!!!

"Feeling cranky need a spanky..."
  1:12pm Ed:

Oh yeah, noise it up
  1:39pm sueb:

whoa! what was that little beeping melody? it is VERY familiar to me!
  1:42pm Woody:

Bleeps were off the Marc Tremlay thing... probably something to do with a specific phone ring somewhere?
  1:58pm SueB:

IDK - but this predates cell phones.
maybe atari or maybe that's what my tape answering machine sounded like too.
i think i heard it often enough to rememebr it.
  2:01pm Doug:

This Paul De Marinis is totally blowing my minds.
  2:02pm SueB:

me too doug
  2:05pm Droll:

Agreed, the Odd Evening is cool. Steve Vai does something like this w/Zappa on Jazz Discharge Party Hats and again on his first solo record. This is better than both.
  2:05pm Woody:

Definitely worth looking into De Marinis' work. He does a lot of interesting sound work that doesn't rely on speakers. He once made water spouts that had water drops of various size so that when they hit an umbrella, it would sound like "Blue Danube"...
  2:11pm Doug:

How old is that piece? It seemed like he was somehow triggering the "instrumental" bits via the spoken bits. There's a similar effect on the TTC record from like 2004 where they trigger the beats with the vocal.
  2:17pm Woody:

the cd came out in 1991, but don't know how old the piece is. He's from that camp of artists with David Behrman, David Rosenboom, etc. who built their own oscillators, processors, etc but I'm assuming this is a piece for CSound or Music V or something...
  2:41pm Brian in OR:

Great show, Woody!
  2:45pm Doug:

  2:46pm SueB:

  2:47pm megan:

that sounded like the r2d2 glee club.
  2:47pm ?:

  2:47pm Kent Downing:

this show is totally badass. thank you! That disco bit was crazy.
  2:58pm Ike:

Great show.
  3:01pm Woody:

Thanks everyone.... see you next week!
  6:29pm paul:

the mix can be downloaded at scolexrecordings.com
it's the best mix ever
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