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Options December 16, 2008: w. live music from Barnacled

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Alec K Redfearn playin the mouth harp towards the end of the set

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
Flipper  talk's cheap   Options         0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Yahowa 13  Yod Hey Vau Hey Tetractys   Options       *   0:02:07 (Pop‑up)
Aventuras De Kirlian  Una Caja de China   Options 86-88        0:06:27 (Pop‑up)
Lucky Dragons  Morning Ritual   Options Dream Island Laughing Language  Marriage Records      0:07:28 (Pop‑up)
Urdog  Long Shadows   Options Garden of Bones  Secret Eye      0:09:33 (Pop‑up)
0th  War   Options Tammy  Resipiscent      0:12:49 (Pop‑up)
Hannah Marcus  Cannon   Options Desert Farmers  Bar None      0:19:09 (Pop‑up)
Frank Difficult  The Unholy Hospital of Need   Options Sonic Bukkake Vol. 4        0:23:11 (Pop‑up)
Sun Araw  Excerpt   Options Boat Trip  Woodsist    *   0:30:30 (Pop‑up)
Russian Tsarlag  Mind Control   Options Community Death Tube  Night-People    *   0:33:17 (Pop‑up)
Armpit  Strange Girl   Options Tron  Last Visible Dog    *   0:35:29 (Pop‑up)
Amoebic Ensemble  Boilermaker   Options Limbic Rage  Over the Counter      0:42:34 (Pop‑up)
Zoyres Eastern European Wild Ferment  Sandansko Horo   Options Biserka!      *   0:46:03 (Pop‑up)
Trichy Sankaran  Talavadya Kacceri in khanda eka tala featuring konnakkol (voice) mrgangam and kanjira   Options laya vinyas: the south indian drumming of trichy sankaran        0:49:55 (Pop‑up)
Alan Sondheim  771   Options Ritual-All-7-70  ESP-Disk  new reissue  *   0:55:01 (Pop‑up)
Pachora  Buchini   Options Pachora (1997)  Knitting Factory Works      0:59:53 (Pop‑up)
Mi Ami  side B   Options Ark of the Covenant  Lovers Rock    *   1:07:46 (Pop‑up)
Spider Trio  A:2   Options Rendezvous  Assophon      1:15:25 (Pop‑up)
Made in Mexico  The Americas   Options Guerillaton  Skin Graft    *   1:28:49 (Pop‑up)
Bird  blanks   Options XXperiments (V/A)  Die Stassi    *   1:31:50 (Pop‑up)
Death Sentence: Panda!  Terrible Ways   Options Insects Awaken  Upset the Rhythm    *   1:33:46 (Pop‑up)
The Attitude Robots  Joe   Options The Attitude Robots  Megaphone      1:35:51 (Pop‑up)
Blank Dogs  Passing the Light   Options The Fields  Woodsist    *   1:37:34 (Pop‑up)
Tenko / Ikue Mori  Economic Noise   Options Death Praxis  What Next?      1:40:59 (Pop‑up)
Pierre Bastien  The Girl from Surinam   Options Visions of Doing  Western Vinyl    *   1:43:44 (Pop‑up)
The Fates  Bridget of Ireland   Options Furia  Taboo  orig 1985  *   1:47:57 (Pop‑up)
Njurmannen  Cold Meat Industry   Options Vem Ar Pavul?  Borft  Swedish orig 1984  *   1:51:06 (Pop‑up)
Jonas Reinhardt  Fast Blot Declining   Options Jonas Reinhardt  Kranky    *   1:56:11 (Pop‑up)
Kemialliset Ystavat  Tassa Maassa Kun Nain Makailen   Options FatCat Split Series, v. 19  Fat Cat    *   1:59:35 (Pop‑up)
Geoff Mullen  track 2   Options Thrtysxtrllnmnfstns  Entschuldigen      2:06:05 (Pop‑up)
Sejayno  Vulcan's Hill   Options Laity  Megaphone      2:07:59 (Pop‑up)
Barnacled live at WFMU engineered by Trent Wolbe
Barnacled  Title   Options Live at WFMU        2:14:22 (Pop‑up)
Barnacled  Polyurethane   Options live at WFMU    Barnacled plays tonight at the Bowery Poetry Club 308 Bowery (Between Houston and Bleecker) in Manhattan. it's the record release party for Charles (ESP-Disk) w/ Alan Sondheim and Septimania!    2:19:31 (Pop‑up)
Barnacled    Live at WFMU    lineup: Frank Difficult - Electronics/keyboard // Michael Jeffries - Baritone sax // Matt McLaren - Drums, percussion // Alec K Redfearn - Accordion, Jaw's harp // Ann Schattle - Horn in F // Erica Schattle - Bassoon // Chris Sadlers - Bass // Nicotina - Guitar // (Jason McGill - Alto Sax of the mind)    2:23:42 (Pop‑up)
Barnacled  Vulcanizing Society   Options Live at WFMU    (from the 7'' on White Denim)    2:30:01 (Pop‑up)
Traffic Sound  Those days Have Gone   Options Yellow Sea Years: Peruvian Psych-Rock-Soul 1968-1971  Vampisoul      2:48:52 (Pop‑up)
Ersen  Gafil Gezme Saskin (Don't Wander Heedless, Bewildered)   Options Ersen  Finders Keepers    *   2:52:21 (Pop‑up)
Roger Damawuzan  Wait For Me   Options African Scream Contest: Raw & Psychedelic Afro Sounds From Benin & Togo 70s  Analog Africa      2:58:39 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:04am annie:

ok, fine, first comment
  9:07am annie:

morning jason.. quiet here. i'll turn the volume up and wake these slackers.
  9:14am fishmonkeystew:

Good morning, Jason and Annie and everyone lurking. Jason, I'm stoked to hear Barnacled today. Providence is a hop skip and a jump away from me and I've been searching for new bands to stalk. yee haw.
  9:21am Jason:

gmornin fms and annie! im psyched for barnacled too. turned up the volume
  9:45am dc pat:

yer killin today, Jason.
  9:47am mp:

wow, providence is in the house. alan sondheim was also from providence when he made those great 60's esp-disk recordings.
  9:55am Jason:

thanks dc pat. mp i'll treat that as a request
  9:59am mp:

thanks, it's amazing how that cross genre mixing has been around in providence for so long. something i've just been getting into/realizing. great show.
  10:06am paulthepostman:

mp - its mainly cross gender mixing here in Brighton!

Hi everyone in wfmuland.
  10:08am mp:

i applaud all cross mixing anywhere.
  10:10am annie:

morning PTP.. (afternoon)
  10:11am annie:

i was given the chance to see the new dead prez single coming out soon.. it is amazing..
  10:14am THE WORLD:

Hi Annie, sun sets in 30mins...howyadiddlin?!
Hope the weekend was cool.
  10:16am annie:

my weekend was great, i saw my son, he rocks!!! hung out with his pals and drank beer and watched a ball game..
  10:16am Chad:

Yo, does anyone else hear some nasty cracklies on the stream? Sounds like digital distortion. Anyone else getting this?
  10:17am paulthepostman:

The World? slack pasting..!
  10:18am annie:

chad, after a while i just do not question the noises emitted by my speakers, no cracklins here,
  10:19am Chad:

Hmm. Maybe it's on my end then. :(
  10:19am paulthepostman:

Nice, was that baseball, Annie?
  10:20am Raf:

Morning, Jason! Late start but with you now.
  10:21am annie:

PTP, it was the dallas/giants game. very tedious, dallas won. football. almost 4 hours of commercials and ads and some game-time. chilled with the kids, is what i got out of it. nice bunch..
  10:24am fishmonkeystew:

The Providence music scene kicks some major ass. My first small club experience was at Club Babyhead when I was 18. I'd make the hour drive every weekend to go catch a show. It didn't even matter who was playing-there was always something good.

Chad, if you have a program running that is heavy on the RAM, it'll distort your sound. Photoshop does that to me.
  10:24am Petri:

I feel like I woke up in a recovery room after a heavy heavy cutting, and saw just a glimse of a rarely seen a bat species: hospital pastor. And I really liked the sound of a trumpet it played..
  10:31am mp:

hey petri, that happened to me last week without the trumpet, i think mine was french horn.
  10:31am Ken:

Chad - Who is your ISP? Comcast by any chance?
  10:35am Carmichael:

Aloha, Jason. Please keep up the eclecticly good work.
  10:36am panda123:

live from E 85 st!
  10:36am Petri:

hey mp, if there is a next time, hope not, the instrument would be tuba, ´cause especially in pop music you never hear it played, why is that?
  10:40am Carmichael:

I saw Taj Mahal once on TV in the '70s, playing "Cake Walk Into Town" with only a tuba player as backup. I classified it under "funky" .....
  10:40am mp:

probably because the string bass replaced the tuba around 1895. more pop tuba!
  10:44am dc pat:

I think Ridiculous Trio has a trombone player instead of a bass player...
  10:46am GP:

Also late to the show...Windows stream sounds fine on this end.
Morning everyone.
  10:46am Cecile:

agh, too f'ing cold here in the Midwest.

Well, after 2 days of tweaking, Windows media works again...
  10:46am annie:

si i started to catalogue all my vinyl. song title, writers, performers, album title, label, etc.. 7 down, 6,993 to go.
  10:48am annie:

hi cecile , did you get my email? glad to have you back.
  10:48am Cecile:

ay caramba!
  10:49am Cecile:

Yes, I did, I was lax about responding.
that is a genius idea for composting, we'll see how perky we are in the spring. thank you!
  10:49am annie:

word, i am still staring at the barrel i have. i love the wheels!!
  10:50am Duke:

I was getting clicks and pops on the 32k mp3 stream, but I switched to the Ogg stream and they went away.

BTW, great show!
  10:54am Ike:

32k AAC+ sounds good here. I'm so glad I'm not stuck with dismal Windows Media, that plague upon the Earth.
  10:55am Petri:

I stucked up with the idea... Jim Hendrix, the song Angel acoustic guitar with tuba, that would be good!
  11:02am fishmonkeystew:

Dirty Dozen Brass Band has a tuba. And they rock.
  11:03am Carmichael:

Ya Fish. I saw them play with Zachary Richard, and they rocked the place up.
  11:04am mp:

the hungry march band has a kickin' tuba.
  11:07am Cecile:

I think rock stopped using the tuba because of the Coasters' "D.W. Washburn", because, really, who could top that? ;)
  11:11am fishmonkeystew:

My brother-in-law plays in a couple of bands down in Athen, GA (Jazzcronic and Free Lunch, amongst others), and he's been know to play the sousaphone, though his weapon of choice is the sax.
  11:12am Carmichael:

Plus, it's hard to do the duck-walk or look like a sex machine to all the chicks while playing a tuba.
  11:15am Parq:

The Stumblebum Brass Band is currently a trio of trumpet-vocals, tuba and snare drum. They did a good set at Rodeo recently. But the ne plus ultra of rock tuba will always be Deathtounge, the fictional metal band created by Berke Breathed. Drums, electric tounge and a penguin on tuba. Hi all, glad I didn't miss Barnacled.
  11:16am Carmichael:

The Dixie Power Trio plays a whacked-out version of "Stairway to Heaven". The tuba blows Jimmy Page away ....
  11:16am Miles:

This track "Title" has been stuck in my head for a month - which is a very good thing. For more info about tonight's gig at the Bowery Poetry Club check out www.espdisk.com thanks Jason and Barnacled. Long Live WFMU.
  11:16am risky!:

go barnacled! go go go! go !
  11:18am zorra:

Barnacled was great at don pedro's in brooklyn last night--if you missed it, you really should see 'em tonight at the bowery poetry club!
  11:19am Carmichael:

This song seems to lend itself well to extreme interpretive dance.
  11:28am zorra:

yes! always more dancing :)
  11:33am north guinea hills:

this "vulcanizing society" track is rather stunning....
  11:34am alaska:

barnacled kill!
  11:37am Hatch:

Time to play some Davey Graham:

  11:40am north guinea hills:

oh shitty tits! davey graham is dead! : (
  11:41am Carmichael:

Shit, that's terrible. Maybe he'll finally get some peace in his life, er, his "thereafter". I played the album Hat a million times a day at one point. A true virtuoso.
  11:44am mike:

that was so good
  11:49am Raf:

Awesome set!
  11:50am Petri:

Commercial break:
  11:52am annie:

petri.... Wonderful!!! she is soooo cool.
  11:53am northwestlaura:

yeah, really great set.
  11:55am fishmonkeystew:

Alright! Hey, Barnacled you rule! I'll be seeing you guys on January 10th at AS220 in Providence. Sweeeet.
  11:57am Cecile:

great music, thanks!
  12:00pm Petri:

Annie, what do you say, the most coolest people in the world, Peggy Lee and Nick Cave?
  12:01pm Danny:

Excited to listen to the archive!
  5:43pm mike tp:

barnacled pleasant surprise anxious to hear them again in archive time. was listening at work from 15x toll booth njtp wasa loud and clear. had some cap beefheart influence
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