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Options August 27, 2009

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Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
Altz Meets Roland P. Young  Stillness With DJ Kensei (D'n'B Version)   Options Escape: Reconstruction of Isophonic Boogie Woogie     
Tone Poets  Pente   Options flexi  it's Dave Mandl in 1983  0:05:44 (Pop‑up)
Social Junk  It Just Isn't The Same   Options Born Into It    0:08:19 (Pop‑up)
Louvin Brothers  I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby   Options The Louisiana Hayride Archives 1    0:18:28 (Pop‑up)
Color Rabbit  Tribal Wave   Options Space Placement    0:20:30 (Pop‑up)
Sugarloaf  Green Eyed Lady   Options 45,slow, off kiltered    0:34:22 (Pop‑up)
Klaus Schultze  Heinrich von Kleist   Options X    0:52:36 (Pop‑up)
w/ Mark From NJ  Twelfth Planet   Options     0:54:22 (Pop‑up)
Bobby Vinton  I Love How You Love Me   Options 45    0:59:41 (Pop‑up)
Kaleidoscope (U.K.)  Black Fjord   Options Faintly Blowing    1:01:58 (Pop‑up)
Gilberto Gil  Ele Falava Nisso Todo Dia   Options mp3    1:05:12 (Pop‑up)
Cat Stevens  Matthew & Son   Options Matthew & Son    1:07:42 (Pop‑up)
Public Image Ltd.  Poptones (Peel Session)   Options mp3    1:10:25 (Pop‑up)
Family of God  2nd Touch   Options Family of God    1:14:52 (Pop‑up)
Manzanita  Serrano con Orgullo   Options V/a, Chicha for the Jet Set    1:23:57 (Pop‑up)
Bert Jansch  Open Up the Watergate (Let the Sunshine in)   Options L.A. Turnaround    1:26:04 (Pop‑up)
Big Star  Big Black Car   Options Third / Sister Lovers    1:28:31 (Pop‑up)
Carl Perkins  Let The Jukebox Keep Playing   Options     1:31:51 (Pop‑up)
Sandy Bull  Little Maggie   Options Fantasias for Guitar and Banjo    1:34:40 (Pop‑up)
Gwilly Edmondez  Walken's Kiss   Options Ernst Epidermis    1:38:51 (Pop‑up)
Growing  Innit   Options All The Way    1:41:15 (Pop‑up)
Willie & Bobbi Nelson  Kneel at the Feet of Jesus   Options Family Bible    1:48:43 (Pop‑up)
Alex Dunbar  Melloman demonstration   Options     1:57:37 (Pop‑up)
evdo tests with Doron & Liz        2:01:00 (Pop‑up)
The Sisters  All Grown Up   Options 7"    2:05:57 (Pop‑up)
Debris'  Leisurely Waiting   Options Static Disposal    2:13:15 (Pop‑up)
Wanda Jackson  In The Middle of a Heartache   Options 7"    2:16:50 (Pop‑up)
Alessandro Moreschi  Domine Salvum Fac Pontificem Nostrum Leonem   Options The Last Castrato    2:19:30 (Pop‑up)
Skip and Ian  Crash Bang Boom   Options A/V Geeks    2:22:46 (Pop‑up)
Johnny August  I've Got a Deep Crush   Options     2:30:59 (Pop‑up)
David Caruso et al...  CSI Miami Won't Get Fooled Again   Options     2:37:00 (Pop‑up)
Bruce the Piano Man        2:44:00 (Pop‑up)
Painting Petals On Planet Ghost  Honoho No Ko   Options Haru No Omoi    2:50:59 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  12:06pm Carmichael:

Hi Scott. Looking forward to the next 3 hours!
  12:08pm Scott:

Hey, thanks Carmichael! Me too.
  12:10pm BSI:

Reporting for doodie.
  12:12pm Parq:

Kudos to T-o-T for his usual rockin' show, but gang, our seats at the bar are ready for us.
  12:19pm Derek:

Great song.
  12:20pm annie:

hey scott, can you turn it up so i can go outside??
  12:21pm Scott:

Absolutely Annie - here goes...
  12:22pm annie:

word up, thanks!!
  12:23pm J-Mar:

That was the trippiest version of a Louvin Brothers song I've ever heard. Kind of fits with the frequency my brain is operating on this morning.
  12:25pm Derek:

Both Social Junk and this Color Rabbit are good tripped out stuff.
  12:25pm jeff-m:

the Color Rabbit is extra yummy too
  12:32pm raga:

now scott, you should be waiting until she's at least 12 to be slipping them tabs into her juice boxes.
  12:38pm J-Mar:

Wow, this Sugarloaf sounds kinda like early Royal Trux!
  12:39pm BSI:

ooh..... where's that juice box...?
  12:41pm Parq:

I'm with J-Mar -- this sounds like my mind currently feels.
  12:43pm J-Mar:

Yup, this sounds just like a pudding pop that melted on the sidewalk, and that's about what my brain function is right now. Too bad I have a shitload of stuff to write and edit at my work right now.
  12:54pm BSI:

Klaus sounds better on the slow....
  12:57pm Carmichael:

Whoa. I missed Jerry Corbetta via a screwed up 45? I've been wanting to do that to him for years.
  12:58pm holland oats:

this guy makes alotta sense
  1:00pm Carmichael:

"Just like that guy said on Outer Limits" ....
  1:24pm Todd 76%:

The eerie exit march of great improvisers continues...Just found out that Joe Maneri died Monday.
  1:25pm Chris:

I do believe those are indeed the guys from the protopunk Debris yr thinking of. That Frightingales thing should be awesome.

Damn, Joe Maneri....
  1:30pm seang:

Driving down Union Ave, Memphis,TN
  1:33pm mb:

3rds on the Maneri. Mat will carry the torch with pride.
  1:40pm Scott:

Bummer y'all, I'm pretty sure it's a different Debris. Debris', the OK'ans, were Chuck Ivey, Oliver Powers, Dirk Rowntree, and Johnny Gregg
  1:42pm Chris:

I stand corrected.
  1:54pm BSI:

  1:54pm annie:

that willie was oddly beautiful..
  1:57pm annie:

robert mitchum: night of the hunter.. leaning on the everlasting arms,, creepy shit!
  2:09pm Carmichael:

Some castrato music would be nice. Seriously.
  2:11pm Chris:

Allesandro Morchesi?
  2:11pm Carmichael:

  2:11pm the rube:

  2:12pm ?:

  2:12pm Taylor:

Moreschi, yes: http://www.amazon.com/Moreschi-Last-Castrato-Giovanni-Aldega/dp/B000000WYS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1251396692&sr=1-1
  2:12pm BSI:

Bobby Vinton?
  2:13pm ?:

Geddy Lee??
  2:13pm Scott:

Ha - BSI wins
  2:14pm Chris:

Sorry, new ergonomic keyboard. Hard to type on. Moreschi.
  2:15pm ?:

What? Bobby Vinton was a basso compared to Geddy Lee
  2:16pm walter neff:

holland oats is a good name for a vegan restaraunt
  2:17pm ?:

Leo Sayer
  2:19pm BSI:

Bobby Vinton is all things to all people.
  2:20pm BSI:

Holyshit! That's where Tibet got that loop from, in that old Current 93 record...
  2:21pm Gerald:

you can't be all things to all people, all of the time
  2:22pm ?:

I just did a humiliating math problem in order to make that worthless comment. what's wrong with me?
  2:23pm BSI:

It was "Where the Long Shadows Fall", by C93: I knew I'd heard that voice before. Looped for a helluva long time, gorgeous track.
  2:23pm ??:

? Who the hell knows ?
  2:24pm Scott:

you right BSI, I think C93 also used to use that track as a pre-show venue loop or something
  2:24pm Carmichael:

Thanks, Scott!! That was truly enjoyable, and made me involuntarily cross my legs.
  2:26pm annie:

carm, that is a riot.. sometimes the comments are just too funny.. then.. sometimes not at all.. haha roflmao!!
  2:35pm Parq:

I returned to my desk to hear the little thrum loop on this August track, and the first thing I thought was, "*Still* with the manipulated 'Green Eyed Lady'?"
  2:39pm J-Mar:

And I thought my brain couldn't melt anymore than it already had....
  2:40pm Parmlotter:

Leo Sayer??
  2:42pm Chris:

I could listen to this for hours....
  2:46pm BSI:

sounds like another day in the office for ol' BSI...
  2:46pm Ken Freedman:

did I just hear that guy say miserable fucking bastard on the air?
  2:46pm raga:

nuts. fooey and nuts. AND fooey AND nuts.
  2:47pm Carmichael:

There is a total void of piano-related sounds, Bruce.
  2:47pm Pretty:

  2:48pm Ne-guh-tor:

Who is "Bruce the piano man"? Is this me?
  2:48pm jeff-m:

looks like Lt Cain might have met his match with this guy ...
  2:49pm esch oder anarchie!:

Love yr show Scott but you lost me on the piano man -- switching to archive.
  2:49pm AnAnonymousParty:

What's my dad doing on the radio?
  2:50pm raga:

spend the $300 and buy the right fucking tool! you fucking moron!
  2:52pm Scott:

Bruce the piano man has been edited cleanly.
  2:52pm jeff-m:

amazing show today sir!

and for the non-record, I got my Mouser catalog/ phonebook in the mail. Woohoo indeed...
  2:53pm ?:

like John Denver
  2:54pm a guy in a chair in a cube:

Hey Scott, this show has been great today.

What was that story about the dirty old man earlier? Nothing in the playlist seems to be it. Was it the Skip and Ian thing?
  2:54pm Cecile:

Aw, I missed the castrati music.
It is gorgeous out, so I had to jet for a while.
  2:55pm Scott:

Thanks Jeff! That story earlier was Bernard Malamud reading his own work ("The Mourners", fwiw)
  2:56pm Marshall Stacks:

It's like Mouser never heard of the Web.

A moment of silence for all the dead trees sacrificed on the Mouser altar....
  2:58pm jeff-m:

yeah think i ordered a small hammond box about 2 years ago haha
  3:00pm ?:

Sorry Leo Sayer. History has forgotten your sacrifice
  8:13pm miketp:

really liked the debris cut. seen inglorious basterds and i recommend this film especially on the big screen.
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