Options Inner Ear Detour with David: Playlist from September 4, 2009 Options

David's avatar View David's profile Options

Sounds from the archive of the future, sonic drilling into the past, dissonant rumbling, lyrical melodies, noises (human, animal, mechanical, digital) inscrutable yet honest, desultory but consistent.

On WFMU (Info) | 91.1, 90.1, 91.9 FM & wfmu.org
WFMU LIVE Audio Streams (Get help):   Pop-up  |  128k AAC  |  128k MP3  |  32k MP3  |  32k Windows

<-- Previous playlist | Back to Inner Ear Detour with David playlists | Next playlist -->

Options September 4, 2009: Fall/Autumn: A season so special they gave it two names

Listen to this show:  Pop‑up player! | Add or read comments

Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
Eero Koivistoinen Music Society  Hot C   Options Wahoo!    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Søyr  Halling Nr. 2 Etter Martinus Helgesen...   Options v/a: Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair: A Selection of Norwegian Folk-Jazz 1971-1977    0:11:10 (Pop‑up)
Jan Johansson  Ganglat fran Alvdalen   Options Jazz Pa Svenska    0:17:18 (Pop‑up)
Chris McGregor's Brotherhood of Breath  Nick Tete   Options Eclipse at Dawn  recorded 1971  0:19:43 (Pop‑up)
Lord Kitchener  Birth of Ghana   Options v/a: London Is the Place for Me: Trinidadian Calypso in London, 1950-56    0:27:12 (Pop‑up)
Jim Leonard  Tico Tico   Options Super Saw    0:37:59 (Pop‑up)
Dave Soldier  Oracion de la Cruz   Options Yol K'u: Inside the Sun: Mayan Mountain Music from Seeds of Knowledge School  Mayan Indian children in San Mateo Ixtatan, Guatemala playing giant maribmas  0:40:09 (Pop‑up)
Richard Lehrman  Travelon Gamelon - Promenade Version   Options Music of Richard Lerman 1964 - 1987  Bicycle gamelon - Amsterdam 1982  0:43:44 (Pop‑up)
Tetsu Inoue  Arc Texture   Options Waterloo Terminal -- Architettura, vol. 2 - Nicholas Grimshaw    0:48:57 (Pop‑up)
Eric Leonardson  Site Removal, Excerpt (1989-92)   Options Radio Reverie in the Waiting Place  based on recording of anthropologist Ashley Montague  0:53:54 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
Vegetable Orchestra 
Prelay   Options Automate    1:00:21 (Pop‑up)
Delia Derbyshire  Dreams (Edit B)   Options   More on Delia Derbyshire   1:06:28 (Pop‑up)
Dion McGregor  The Scavenger Hunt   Options The Further Somniliquies of Dion McGregor    1:15:55 (Pop‑up)
Annea Lockwood  Tiger Balm (1970)   Options Early Works, 1967-82    1:19:49 (Pop‑up)
Luc Ferrari  Far-West News 1: De Santa Fe a Monument Valley - trk 5   Options L'Oeuvre Electronique    1:21:05 (Pop‑up)
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle  on creating Sherlock Holmes and becoming a Spiritualist   Options v/a: Voices of History  recorded 1930  1:23:25 (Pop‑up)
Allison Rich et al  Statement at a city counsil hearing on a resolution against the USA Patriot Act   Options v/a: Free Matter for the Blind vol. 4    1:31:00 (Pop‑up)
Luc Ferrari  Danse organique   Options L'Oeuvre Electronique    1:38:18 (Pop‑up)
Klaus Kruger  You Have to Pay   Options One Is One    1:44:36 (Pop‑up)
a Seeburg style 'K' xylophone  Tennessee Waltz   Options Musee Mecanique: The Zelinsky Collection, Vol. 2    1:57:42 (Pop‑up)
Dagmar Krause  Moritat (Ballade Von Mackie Messer)   Options Supply & Demand    2:00:03 (Pop‑up)
Scott Walker  Next   Options Scott 2  Jacques Brel song  2:02:49 (Pop‑up)
Connie Converse  Talkin' Like You (Two Tall Mountains)   Options How Sad, How Lovely    2:05:27 (Pop‑up)
Incredible String Band  The Hedgehog Song   Options The 5000 Spirits or The Layers of the Onion    2:07:55 (Pop‑up)
Elizabeth Cotten  Shake Sugaree / Boatman Dance   Options Shake Sugaree    2:11:23 (Pop‑up)
Herbie Nichols  Beyond Recall   Options The Bethlehem Years    2:24:25 (Pop‑up)
The Royals  Get It   Options   Covered by Reigning Sound; original uncovered for you here.   2:29:12 (Pop‑up)
Astral Social Club  Track 9   Options #15    2:31:25 (Pop‑up)
        2:31:36 (Pop‑up)
M.I.A.  Bamboo Banga   Options Kala    2:37:06 (Pop‑up)
James Chance and the Contortions  I Can't Stand Myself   Options v/a: No New York    2:41:51 (Pop‑up)
Black Merda  Cynthy-Ruth   Options Black Merda    2:46:58 (Pop‑up)
Joe Bataan  Subway Joe   Options King of Latin Soul    2:50:11 (Pop‑up)
Arthur Brown  Traffic Light Song   Options Kingdom Come    2:53:39 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
Munetaka Inoue and his Sharp Five 
Haru No Umi   Options Munetaka Inoue & His Sharp Five    2:56:00 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  3:05pm annie:

present, but out on the porch..
  3:06pm Mr. Narrow Slacks:

I'm so smart.
  3:06pm Parq:

David, I was a regular listener to your old morning show, and while I've listened several times this summer, this is the first chance I've had to be at the radio at 3. Man, that intro of yours has become an epic.
  3:15pm Yer DJ:

Hey folks!
  3:19pm north guinea hills:

oh, my old ladybug died, so I need a new one to control the aphid population attacking my jalapeno plants before they get to my other ones. The last one crawled into my apt. I can only find mail orders for 100's of ladybugs. I just need one or two. Where is a good spot in Brooklyn to find one?
  3:21pm bryce:

i'm good for about 20.
  3:23pm annie:

ngh- any rose garden??
  3:23pm north guinea hills:

  3:24pm north guinea hills:

annie- the only rose gardens w/in walking distanced are locked up, yet official, nyc park gardens. the one in question is called "the olive garden" since it's on olive st.
  3:24pm Parq:

Great opening set! Dug the first three, and this fourth one is terrific.
  3:25pm annie:

soapy spray then??
  3:27pm Cecile:

Hey, I used Dave's Insanity Hot Pepper Garden Spray with good results.
  3:28pm em:

ngh -- i would think there would be a ladybug somewhere in prospect park.
  3:30pm Cecile:

How about the zoo?
  3:33pm em:

maybe also the brooklyn botanic garden?
  3:33pm Carmichael:

Hi David and fellow gardeners.
  3:38pm Lord Kirchener-Kitchener:

CUE neh Form, I think
  3:40pm Carmichael:

Can I thank you now???
  3:40pm em:

david -- so, can i thank you now? i say YES to the super saw.
  3:41pm north guinea hills:

thanks for the input everyone. it looks like i'll be ladybug hunting this weekend.

  3:49pm xangoir:

very very very very ... groovy
  4:26pm annie:

oh crap, i forgot to say thank you!
  4:28pm north guinea hills:

I so want that Luc Ferrari 10 CD box set......
  4:30pm Yer DJ:

You're welcome. You are all so very welcome.
The Luc Ferrari box set is great. I'll play more from it later....
  4:37pm north guinea hills:

i have a bootleg recording Ferrari/Dj Olive at the Kitchen (recorded from my friend, Kenard)a year before he died. I need a way to get it out. DJ Olive got a copy from me, but I'm not sure about the permissions from the Ferrari estate.
  5:06pm Parq:

My lovely wife recently presented me with a live disc by Camille O'Sullivan that includes a killer version of "Next". Also, in a review of the Camille, one writer suggested that Alex Harvey did a version that knocked it out of the park.
  5:14pm north guinea hills:

thanks for the Ferrari and Elizabeth Cotten. Time to go home for a nap.
  5:19pm annie:

i love that version of sugaree...
  5:23pm Parq:

Not for nothing, but "Dagmar Krause" is an awesome name.
  5:25pm uuee:

Had the privilege to see Libba Cotten @ the Phila. Folk Fest. one year, she was in her 90's. Concert was outdoors, stage covered. Most amazing electrical storm occurring while she played. Her tiny voice singing 'Freight Train' against the BOOMING thunder & blazing lightening. WHAT A TRIP! (and I mean tripping!).
  5:28pm Carmichael:

Parq, Alex Harvey could knock a lot of songs out of the park. I missed him twice as a young man due to reschedulings, then later he died.
  5:31pm Parq:

I never saw him either, Carm, except for when he was on that "In Concert" show on ABC in the mid-70s, but I remember when he died. Some shit. His take on "Deliliah" was a big hit at Boston College.
  5:33pm Carmichael:

Yes, the Sensational AH Band, I remember that. They played, among other things, The Man in the Jar, which just blew me away. He left it all out there on stage when he was done.
  5:53pm Francisco Torres:

Joe Bataan- the Bane of salsa
  5:55pm Parq:

I don't remember "Jar" distinctly. I remember "Vambo (Vamboo?) To the Rescue" and I particularly remember his cover of "Framed", by which he turned an old R&B novelty into something out of Weimar-era cabaret, only louder. One of his key talents was the ability to spot old songs like "Framed" and "Delilah" and fit them into his own weird world.

David, sorry about the extensve chat on a side point. Your selections are still kicking hind.
  5:55pm Carmichael:

Wow, Arthur Brown! David, you're hitting all the peaks today. Thanks for the great tunes!
Post a comment!
Email address
(optional, not public):
Your comment: (No HTML, please)

<-- Previous playlist | Back to Inner Ear Detour with David playlists | Next playlist -->

RSS feeds for Inner Ear Detour with David: RSSPlaylists feed | RSSMP3 archives feed

| E-mail David | Other WFMU Playlists | All artists played by Inner Ear Detour with David |

Listen on the Internet  |  Contact Us  |  Music & Programs  |  WFMU Home Page  |  Support Us  |  FAQ

Live Audio Streams: Pop-up  |  128k AAC  |  128k MP3  |  32k MP3  |  32k Windows

(C) 2020 WFMU. Generated by KenzoDB, (C) 2000-2020 Ken Garson