Options Tony Coulter: Playlist from July 16, 2009 Options

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Options July 16, 2009: The Final Human Attempt: Adios Amigos!
Saying goodbye after 19 years....

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
BERNARD HERRMANN  Mountain Top & Sunrise   Options Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959)  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
LUC FERRARI  Harmonie du Diable/ Plaisir-Desir; from "Histoire du Plaisir et de la Desolation" (1981)   Options   0:02:02 (Pop-up)
BERNARD HERRMANN  Atlantis   Options Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959)  0:23:52 (Pop-up)
BLACKLIGHT BRAILLE  The Great Horse   Options Car Ochren  0:26:46 (Pop-up)
D.D.A.A.  Epopee   Options La Conference Maracayace (2000)  0:33:35 (Pop-up)
MIKE CRAIG  Wondering Minsteral [sic]   Options Heart Space  0:38:30 (Pop-up)
WALTER GOULET  Harvest Moon   Options Walter Goulet [3-track CD EP]  0:42:01 (Pop-up)
RICH HOWE  Overture   Options A Summer (1970)  0:46:33 (Pop-up)
TONY, CARO & JOHN  Hole in My Heart   Options All on the First Day (1972)  0:49:44 (Pop-up)
SERPENT POWER  Flying Away   Options The Serpent Power (1967)  0:52:06 (Pop-up)
SPARROW  Isn't It Strange   Options 7" (1966)  0:56:33 (Pop-up)
KILLING TIME  Sunset   Options Filling Time with "Killing Time"  1:02:41 (Pop-up)
BEACH BOYS  Sail Plane Song   Options Endless Harmony  1:08:09 (Pop-up)
FRED FRITH  The Welcome   Options Cheap at Half the Price  1:10:21 (Pop-up)
YES  Sweetness   Options Yes  1:12:51 (Pop-up)
DAVE PORTER  Huggy Bear   Options Dave Porter (197?)  1:17:22 (Pop-up)
INCREDIBLE STRING BAND  Dreams of No Return   Options On Air  1:20:20 (Pop-up)
SWEET THURSDAY  Cobwebs   Options Sweet Thursday  1:25:27 (Pop-up)
BENE GESSERIT  Another Cup of Blood   Options The Insane Box  1:32:46 (Pop-up)
TOTSUZEN DANBALL  track 3 [Japanese Title]   Options Can I? (1981)  1:35:55 (Pop-up)
PIP PROUD  Purple Boy Gang   Options Eagle-Wise  1:38:22 (Pop-up)
49 AMERICANS  We Know Nonsense   Options We Know Nonsense (1982)  1:40:46 (Pop-up)
ROBIN WILLIAMSON  Dark Eyed Lady   Options Myrrh  1:44:08 (Pop-up)
ABNER BURNETT & THE BURNOUTS  My Twentieth Birthday   Options Crash & Burn (1975)  1:47:10 (Pop-up)
GUY & JOE  A Wagon Made for Livin' In   Options Guy and Joe  1:49:59 (Pop-up)
J. KEVIN FULTON & R.A.P. DONOVAN JR.  Rain   Options Too Fine Villains (1972)  1:53:44 (Pop-up)
JERRY SOLOMON  Once Upon a Time   Options Through the Woods (1973)  2:01:10 (Pop-up)
EMANUEL DIMAS DE MELO PIMENTA  Rozart (1989)   Options Digital Music  2:05:04 (Pop-up)
NICKY ANDREWS  Nightmare Nodule   Options Realistic Psychosis (1995)  2:20:17 (Pop-up)
LAVA  Tears Are Goin' Home   Options Tears Are Goin' Home (1973)  2:22:21 (Pop-up)
RUBY  Confusion   Options 7" (196?)  2:26:40 (Pop-up)
THE MERGERS  Unworthy American   Options 7"  2:32:55 (Pop-up)
JOHN YLVISAKER  Nicodemus   Options Follow Me (1968)  2:36:19 (Pop-up)
???  Halloween   Songs About Halloween (1973)  2:39:36 (Pop-up)
JACK LONDON & THE SPARROWS  Our Love Has Passed   Options Jack London & the Sparrows  2:41:08 (Pop-up)
DON & THE GOODTIMES  Colors of Life   Options 7" (196?)  2:44:49 (Pop-up)
HOPKINS & BRADLEY  Old Sailor Man   Options Hopkins & Bradley (1973)  2:47:35 (Pop-up)
MICHEL REDOLFI  Aux Portes de la Cite Celeste   Options Appel d'Air  2:51:12 (Pop-up)
ALAIN SAVOURET  L'Ouie-Spartacus   Options Sonate Baroque  2:53:53 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  12:04pm AnAnonymousParty:

I always loved that movie, and later Todd Rundgren borrowed the theme.
  12:06pm listeners:

bon voyage!
  12:07pm serge:

Merci pour LUC FERRARI !!
  12:07pm Parq:

Is this it, Tony? I'm so glad I'm here for it. OR's gain is our loss, to be sure.
  12:07pm GP:

What does one do after 19 years in beautiful N.J.?
  12:08pm after 19 years moving out of nj:

sell your handgun at a pawnshop for moving expenses?
  12:09pm annie:

i'm sorry cecile is missing this. glad to be a part of the last show.
  12:10pm TonyC:

Actually, I'm a Brooklyn boy.... like many here....

- t
  12:12pm cultural geographer:

jersey city and brooklyn: the left and right suburbs of lower manhattan
  12:14pm listener bryan:

No one else will ever say "And I'm back" with quite as much style ...
  12:15pm NJ and/or Brooklyn:

Coulter is dead to me!!
  12:17pm archives:

coulter is alive to everyone
  12:18pm Lysergic Poutine:

Thank you, Tony Coulter, for bringing so much new music to my ears for the last 7 years plus. You're one of my favourite WFMU DJs, and one of the first I listened to when I discovered WFMU. Good luck to you on the West Coast!

Who's going to provide all that Acid Casualty and Jesus Freak music after you've gone? *sniffle* That's what I'll miss most!
  12:20pm Carmichael:

Tony, it's been grand listening to you all this time. Please pop back onto the airwaves from among the redwoods. I'm just down I-5, if you ever need some backup, knowwhatimean??
  12:21pm TonyC:

Thanks for your good wishes, everybody! I will miss FMU....

- t
  12:28pm neil:

we'll miss you too, Tony!
  12:31pm Carmichael:

19 years?!? 1 more and you get a full retirement.
  12:31pm Farmer Bob:

Whither "The Great Hoes"?
  12:32pm listener bryan:

I don't believe it's the last ever! There will be more someday.
  12:35pm Marshall Stacks:

We'll miss you, Tony! Thanks for all the great music.
  12:39pm Ike:

Farewell, good sir! Enjoy the beauty of Oregon. Great show, as usual.
  12:41pm listener bryan:

You really should have saved this for one minute to three!
  12:42pm Ne-guh-tor:

Man, I wish you well TC. Will you please do a podcast? PLEASE!??!?!!!
  12:45pm TonyC:

Very true, listener Bryan!

- t
  12:49pm Ne-guh-tor:

You know, I heard the band The Rabble on your show years ago. I love that band now. You have turned me on to some of my favorite music......
  12:51pm Jack:

Tony, thanks for all the really great music over the years (and now the archives, I guess ) I still can't believe you'll be gone. Please come back when you can. We will miss you.

  12:59pm listener bryan:

I'm sad to miss the rest of this fantastic set but I've got to take my kids to the dentist. Tony -- you're magic. Nobody freeforms like you do.

Best wishes possible. bw
  1:08pm annie:

listen now to the last show of tony coulter. soak it in, drown in the tunes and come out refreshed and satiated!

this is what i posted on FB> that's all i'm gonna say.
  1:08pm Joe:

Wow, that Killing Time track reminded me of "You Are Everything" by the Stylistics!
  1:15pm Marshall Stacks:

Tony, any plans to do a radio show in OR? On a station with an Internet stream, say?
  1:17pm TonyC:

I do hope to get something going in OR, yes -- but haven't started the proverbial ball rolling yet....

- t
  1:19pm Herb in Rockville:

The Yes cover is off of their cartoonishly illustrated debut album, I believe
  1:20pm bill:

Got a similar Beach Boys cut recorded on cassette from your show May 1998 along with comments about new and old godzilla movies and sondtracks. it's whyh we listen to wfmu. enjoy the east coast.
  1:22pm Harvey:

Thank you Tony... you were the second DJ I ever heard on FMU and I knew I was in the right place.
  1:22pm trissh:

bon voyageeeey, Tony

hope you find some radio air over there.
  1:23pm bill:

... and the WEST coast as well
  1:23pm Man in the Macintosh:

<---------- Dont' you listen to a word this man says
  1:24pm Stoned Mellotron:

Thanks for the best WFMU shows ever! Could I ask you one last time where you like to go record shopping in brooklyn/new york? I'm also very curious about your record collecting process. How do you find these gems? I'm sure you could write a whole article about it! hint hint.... anyways. good luck in OR! and hope to hear more future shows!
  1:28pm Lady Rachael:

Take care Tony - and thank you!
  1:28pm Becky:

Have loved every song I've heard this morning (morning in So Cal, at any rate).. thank you so much for a wonderful start to my day. Gotta love the jangly!
  1:29pm (mta) Tony:

We've been to the station, but didn't see you. We've been to record fairs, but didn't see you. We've done things and have been around, but never saw you. Is there any way we can see just who IS the man behind the music? We've always wondered what does a man who plays such wonderful music look like. We're sure many of your loyal listeners wonder the same. Can you share that with us now that you're leaving the area?

Must be a wonderful feeling to know how much you've meant to so many people. Please store our eMail address and let us know if you broadcast again. Truly, all the best wishes from us. So glad to have been here today. Godspeed. - tony2
  1:31pm Mac:

Thanks for your many years service. Good luck!
  1:32pm frenchee:

It is indeed a bittersweet experience to hear this last show from you. All praise to Scott Williams for enabling us Tony C. fans to have this gift.
  1:32pm trissh:

+ I think there should be some kinda wfmu occasional radio wwwlandor something for some of the moved far away djs
  1:32pm gen ken:

I predict the dawn of a new religion called Coulterianity in which people dream, hope and believe that YOU will return. But whether you do or don't doesn't matter, we have the archives to listen to and ponder for eternity! Thanks Tony for all your inspiring radio years. All the best in your travels.
  1:33pm Researcher:

Google reports many Tony Coulter personalities.
  1:34pm Jonathan Steinke:

Sniff...sniff...I'm missin you already.
  1:35pm frenchee:

(mta) Tony: Tony C. is tall and fair, with an abstracted air. Like the hip cinema professor you liked to discuss French films with.
  1:36pm sant:

thanks for all the magical hours of listening pleasure. sorry to see you go.missing you.
  1:37pm Jeremy:

Tony, you are simply the best. I don't know how to thank you for all the years of music you have given me... All the best in your new adventure.
  1:40pm (mta) Tony:

Frenchee - thank you; I dig.
  1:42pm andrew:

this rules. I am the 50th American. Are you going to "spin records" in SF? Let's set up a tony c night every week/month/day. I can help!!! I am an obese teenager living in my grandmother's dungeon in the mission district. I have internet access.
  1:44pm north guinea hills:

thanks for sounds tony. i'm off to lunch. awesome as always. bien suerte!
  1:45pm Mr Two-Arms:

andrew...best comment ever
  1:47pm Marshall Stacks:

@ Mr. 2A: I second that!
  1:48pm huge:

All this makes me want to hear Chris Knox....
  1:52pm Old Hippie:

All this makes me want to go back to 1973, give or take five years.
  1:54pm Jed:

Tony- Have a great trip and good luck
  1:56pm Vicki - DO or DIY on WFMU:

Wishing you well - sad you're going, but as someone "elsewhere" like you will be I quite assure you you'll always be part of WFMU. Hope you can do something on KBOO - no such thing as goodbye - look at Charlie Lewis for instance - http://beingslowlynowhere.typepad.com/
  2:04pm TonyC:

Thanks, Vicki and everybody else!!
  2:04pm Marshall Stacks:

This really does anticipate Chris Knox.
  2:05pm annie:

i keep expecting white bird.
  2:13pm Mark Oregon expat:

Mr.C - I just want to thank you for so many years of radio that has enhanced my life tremendously. May your future always be interesting. Thank you!
  2:32pm brock:

Welcome to Portland! Are you going to be (hopefully) doing a show on KBOO?
  2:33pm Brendan:

Tony your Marathon Premiums will always be tops on my shelf- "Get Born Anew" and "Wobbly Wave" especially - Thank you very much!!
  2:55pm TonyC:

Well, that's all, folks! Goodbye to everybody....

- t
  2:56pm annie:

  2:56pm Jeremy:

We'll miss you Tony!
  2:58pm Ne-guh-tor:

Beautiful set, Tony, thank you!
  2:59pm Jonathan Steinke:

Goodbye and good luck!
  2:59pm Parq:

Tony, today's show touched on everything we're going to miss about you. All the best.
  3:00pm Ken From Hyde Park:

See you around!
  3:56pm neil:

we'll miss you too, Tony!
  4:28pm eric:

say it isn't so...but if it's so, then good luck to you, tony coulter, and thank you for these years of great music...
  2:44pm Morgan:

your magnetic waves penetrate my grey matter which resonates gently as synapses finally join to create a single cosmic consciousness.

thanks for the tunes
  7:31pm Zach in Philly:

Wow, man. So many beautiful sentiments. My esteem for the FMU community is bolstered. As usual, I'm late to the game -- work and all that -- but, I've been with you in the archives and well, heck, I'm sad.

It all started for me with you with Random's "It Hertz" (http://wfmu.org/playlists/shows/6359). I used to have a business card that said touted myself as an "experimental" musician ‘cause I played a few songs that didn't fit a format. Ha-ha. Listening for the past 6.5 years, I've come to learn and enjoy what "experimental" truly means.

I still dream of the Tony Coulter Museum wherein patrons can carefully and delicately witness your treasure trove.

Hailing from Hood River, OR, I'm happy to know that you are planting yourself firmly in one of the most beautiful places on Earth.

Peace on, yo~
  7:10pm Scott:

Welcome to PDX!
  5:17pm Val Rogolino:

Tony, just found out your gone--thank you for playing songs from the "Kath" lp---sorry to see you leave--take care my friend--Val
  5:18pm Val Rogolino:

Tony, just found out your gone--thank you for playing songs from the "Kath" lp---sorry to see you leave--take care my friend--Val
  5:41am swede:

tony you have been the music god to me . yours hours of music has been nice exploring in worlds music treasure. thanks for yours hours of nice music .yours truly fan ........hj
  6:11am Ranjeet:

Tony sir in your functionplz mix indian culturel kalbelia dance.
show will be verygood.
  6:37am Ranjeet:

sir i really miss u too.
  7:10pm vyto b:

it was nice to run across your show over the last couple years. thanks for appreciating and playing my stuff. i was always in interesting and good company there...
  7:21pm Lady Fuzz:

does anyone know where i can get a mp3 (or any format) of the mergers - unworthy american. email me sunriseincomassola@yahoo.co.uk
  12:14am owlqaeda:

i really miss this show. hope you are doing well
  6:58pm maria braun:

Have listened to all your archived shows! come back!
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