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Options March 16, 2010: wfmU

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
flipper  talk's cheap   Options Gone Fishin'  Subterranean Records      0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
The Velvet Underground  What Goes On (the Closet Mix)   Options Peel Slowly and See Boxed Set        0:01:58 (Pop‑up)
Question Mark  Oh My Girl   Options Be Nice to the People        0:06:30 (Pop‑up)
Television Personalities  King and Country   Options Yes Darling, But is It Art?        0:11:51 (Pop‑up)
Stock, Hausen, Und Walkman  Feather   Options Ventilating Deer  Heisse Luft      0:15:05 (Pop‑up)
The C&B  Cave of Ice Cats   Options 1991 Pre-Shadow Ring Recordings  Siltbreeze    *   0:20:04 (Pop‑up)
Oriental Sunshine  Visions   Options Shifting Sands: 20 Treasures From The Heyday Of Underground Folk  Sunbeam    *   0:21:57 (Pop‑up)
Fuzzbox  Spirit in the Sky (Norman Greenbaum)   Options Cover Girls 2: Scott Williams 2009 Marathon Premium CD        0:24:45 (Pop‑up)
World  Diamond Mountain   Options World  Marriage Records      0:27:18 (Pop‑up)
Deviation Social  Multitado Humanus Tabesco   Options Compilation Tracks 1982-85 "From End to Beginning" Vol.1  Dais    *   0:31:27 (Pop‑up)
Stilluppsteypa  Love Brother (of the parent's house)   Options Stories Part 5  Ritornell      0:35:13 (Pop‑up)
Sonambulist  Things I Was Due To Forget   Options The Minimal Wave Tapes: Vol 1  Stones Throw    *   0:41:16 (Pop‑up)
Les Vampyrettes  Biomutanten   Options         0:42:58 (Pop‑up)
Tatsuhisa Yamamoto & Muneomi Senju  Correspon-dance   Options A Thousand Mountains  Doubt Music    *   0:47:19 (Pop‑up)
Los Llamarada  Lies   Options The Exploding Now  S.S. Records  Free Music Archive    1:01:19 (Pop‑up)
Narwhalz (of sound)  Critter Prison   Options Hairy Who Pomd' Critters    Free Music Archive    1:04:32 (Pop‑up)
Ike Yard  Traffikers   Options Nord  Phisteria   Free Music Archive recorded at WFMU on John Allen's show    1:17:17 (Pop‑up)
Tep  Humble   Options Humble  Proot Records  Free Music Archive    1:23:04 (Pop‑up)
Dino Felipe  Alien ation   Options Personality Crisis  Bedroom Research  Free Music Archive    1:24:01 (Pop‑up)
Le Club Des Chats  Master of Toadstool   Options Yes Madame! 7"  S.S. Records  Free Music Archive    1:28:02 (Pop‑up)
Los Amparito  El Barzon   Options Los Amparito demo    Free Music Archive    1:28:21 (Pop‑up)
Ffehro  Students On Fire in the Capital   Options     Free Music Archive    1:32:01 (Pop‑up)
Rhoda  Thisis a humalong (feat. featherbeard)   Options vosotros presents: Rhoda  Vosotros  Free Music Archive    1:38:39 (Pop‑up)
Dead Moon  These Times With You (live on WFMU!)   Options Live at WFMU on Joe Belock's Show on 9/27/2001    Free Music Archive
Pierced Arrows are playing WFMU's SXSW showcase in Austin on Friday!
  1:45:16 (Pop‑up)
Hiiragi Fukuda  TV Dinner   Options Oya wa Tohoku, Oto Kumori  Fuyusoubi Music Publishing    *   1:57:56 (Pop‑up)
Grand Trine    Sunglasses EP  Divorce Records    *   2:04:31 (Pop‑up)
AD's  Living Downtown   Options         2:07:01 (Pop‑up)
Spider  Back to the Wall   Options Back to the Wall 7''  Sing Sing    *   2:09:06 (Pop‑up)
Pujols  Point of View   Options 2010 Tour 7''  Infinity Cat    *   2:11:25 (Pop‑up)
Eddy Current Suppression Ring  Turn Your Page   Options Eddy Current Suppression Ring  Goner      2:15:28 (Pop‑up)
Egor and the Fuckups  Red Laughter   Options Jump-Hop (children songs),LP    download    2:20:11 (Pop‑up)
I-Roy  Buck and the Preacher   Options Don't Check Me With No Lightweight Stuff (1972-1975)        2:23:02 (Pop‑up)
Cappoano Brothers  unknown   Options dublab's "Timeless Gems Mix"        2:26:24 (Pop‑up)
Parva  Mosem-e Gol   Options Pomegranates [V/A]  B-Music  Persian pop, funk, folk and psych of the 60s and 70s  *   2:33:57 (Pop‑up)
Donna Summer  Raw   Options Raw  Nightshifters    *   2:35:40 (Pop‑up)
TODD  Black Skull   Options Comes To Your House    COMES TO WFMU SXSW! on Friday live on the radio and in Austin TX    2:40:22 (Pop‑up)
Ogene  Onwu Ama Onye Ukwu   Options Nti-Ike   
  2:42:30 (Pop‑up)
Gyak's Guitar Band Accra  Pepeepe   Options Ghana Popular Music 1931-1957. From Palm Wine Music to Dance Band Highlife        2:50:29 (Pop‑up)
Ben Simmons  [blank]   Options Living Is Hard: West African Music in Britain, 1927-1929 (V/A)  Honest Jon's      2:53:45 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:19am Ken From Hyde Park:

Good morning. How things?
  9:22am jason:

hi ken, things are pretty good, wouldnt you say?
  9:38am maria t:

Tuning in from Philadelphia, Jason. Hope all is well!
  9:41am jason:

hey maria! hope all's well in philadelphia -- and everywhere in the world!
  9:45am Bas, NL:

Les Vampyrettes!! That was one of my happiest vinyl finds ever!!
  9:54am JCityJensen:

Mr. Sigal - what is the background music playing behind whist you speak?
  9:56am JCityJensen:

damn - meant while - (no coffee)
  10:00am seang:

WFMU Lives on!
  10:01am maria t:

re: background music - Amon Duul? Can? Faust? Something else krautrocky?
  10:02am Cecile:

It was something from Faust 4 - I think they were talking about it during the fundraiser.
  10:02am jason:

background is a loop of the intro to "Just a Second (Starts Like That)" off of Faust IV
  10:03am Cecile:

Did 'FMU get enough money?
  10:14am JCityJensen:

thanks j!
  10:17am Ne-guh-tor:

  10:17am rabudito:

I¨m going to see to Yo La Tengo this night in Santiago de Compostela,Spain.
  10:21am jason:

good question cecile, things really picked up towards the end and we came very close to meeting our goal. so wfmu will live on, and Ne-guh-tor's cat will continue to be tortured. thank you to everyone who pledged or helped spread the word along the way!
  10:24am Cecile:

I hope maybe some late pledges will come in or some people will do swag for life!
  10:43am Cecile:

wow. This is kind of not good....
  10:43am north guinea hills:


tienes suerte. nos gusta yo la tengo. hablo espanol como un mono. (one day i'll make sense)
  10:43am jason:

you mean awfully good?
  10:44am dc pat:

this is kind of fuckin weird. I feel....unusual...
  10:45am Carmichael:

Good morning Jason and every other body. Cecile, this is the Great Depression. I'm surprised FMU got that close under the circumstances.
  10:46am dc pat:

  10:47am dc pat:

  10:49am Cecile:

Oh, I know! But I also know how desperate everyone sounded, and wanted to know if falling a little short would equal another year...

dcp, same for me, except substitute "pharmaceutical grade speed". I am fighring a horrible cold.
  10:54am Carmichael:

Mild hallucinogenics are my forte, but I defintely feel your pain, Cecile and Pat.
  10:56am matheus:

what's the song playing while the DJ speaks?
  10:59am Cecile:

scroll up, mathus.

Jason, I need some crazy rockin. I am half-asleep - not because of your show - but because of sick.
  11:07am Mark:

Where can I find that awesome track by Emergency Broadcast Systems? Whoa!
  11:10am Beth:

Mark, I was totally gonna make that joke, but I couldn't get it snappy enough! My congrats.
  11:14am maria t:

Jason, this should make your day: I am requiring my students this semester to use music from the FMA (and other CC-licensed works) to score their video assignments.

I figured it would be fun to have them browse through the archive (and get turned onto something new in the process), but one of my students said yesterday, "Isn't there anyone we know on here?" Sigh, youth.
  11:16am Mark:

My pleasure Beth. I'm all about getting a cheap laugh.
  11:17am Emily:

This song is turning my page!
  11:19am jason:

maria, i hope they find something they like! we get a lo emails from people looking for very specific things...t if anybody knows of free, quality polka music please let me know
  11:20am north guinea hills:

@ Cecile

I'm just exhausted after my Sergio Leone marathon last night. rockin' or ambient will do my purty hangover well....
  11:21am maria t:

I love Eddy Current Suppression Ring so much. Kinda jealous they're playing with Pissed Jeans in NYC. May have to come up for it.

Jason, I am helping them locate things that may be similar to their musical tastes, so I've been spending a lot of time just browsing through the FMA and becoming familiar with what's on there. I tried explaining to them it's not all things that weirdos like.
  11:24am north guinea hills:

hell jah! I-Roy!
  11:25am Beth:

Mark, Alfred Hitchcock said that puns are the highest form of literature. I tend to agree.
  11:28am holland oats:

awes show jason
  11:28am minnesota jeff:

Is this remixed with that "Psotchsiasaup" song or whatever?
  11:29am north guinea hills:

I oddly dig this cappoano bros.
  11:29am joe mulligan:

this sounds like the song that Maria L did at Maxwells!
  11:30am minnesota jeff:

Ken sang the song I am talking about, the Italian Jibberish song.
  11:30am jason:

well maria, whether your students become Vosotros fans or not, id love to see/hear what they come up with!
  11:30am Emily:

Minnesota Jeff, do you mean the Italian song about what English sounds like to non-english speakers?
  11:32am minnesota jeff:

  11:32am maria t:

Jason, have you heard the whole Adriano Celentano track that's sampled at the end of the Cappoano Bros. song?
  11:32am jason:

yes Jeff, it definitely had a little bit of Prisencolinen Sinainciusol in there...
  11:32am Cecile:

You know, maria t., I keep reading this on Spinner in the comments section, too. "Write about someone we know!" I thought the purpose of reading websites and visiting the FMA was to discover new things and to apply your own curatorial filter?
  11:38am north guinea hills:

the last time i talked to jason 2 years ago, he said he was shelfing the donna summer tag. i suppose the litigal heat as gotten a bit more chill.
  11:42am Carmichael:

Maria & Cecile, I compare it to watching the news. I used to watch the news to see what happened in the world. Now, people want to see/hear THEIR news, not yours. "Nothing new or strange, please. I want my opinions spoken back to me."
  11:42am minnesota jeff:

  11:44am Cecile:

And yet, I run across some kids who are just thirsty for new perspectives. I had twentysomethings on another board chasing down Sylvester and Edith Piaf recordings after I'd posted YouTube clips of them.
  11:46am north guinea hillsn:

whoops, i meant jason forrest. i am loving this ogene.....
  11:46am Carmichael:

That's good to hear. My nephew is just getting into The Sweet and the Ramones. So there's still hope.
  11:47am north guinea hills:

(will download at home). thanks jason!
  11:50am maria t:

@Cecile: I have a lot of Deep Thoughts about discovery, so I'll be brief. There is a lot of research, especially from the Pew Foundation's Internet Life Project, that seems to support the notion that younger folks today prefer to reinforce what they know instead of venturing beyond. (This helps explain why technologies like Twitter aren't popular with teenagers and young adults.)

So I'm not entirely taken aback by the remarks. But I've taught this class for three years, and have grown tired of watching student work get yanked from Youtube et al. because of copyright violations. My goal is to make students aware and respectful of the terms an artist has set on their intellectual property -- even if the copyright isn't something one necessarily agrees with.

Also, I think WFMU and the FMA are cool, and I want to be the cool professor. But now maybe they think I'm weird.
  11:55am north guinea hills:

From my life experience, most people seek the familiar over the unfamiliar/exotic. That said, it is those that seek the unknown/new that seem to prove new knowledge. Sorry if I'm being redundant/obvious (slashies too).
  11:58am Mark:

Beth (if you're still out there) - loved the reference to Hitchcock. I just happen to be a big admirer of his work. Along with Bunuel, my two favorite filmmakers.
  11:58am minnesota jeff:

All sorts of 'weird' bands have had hits suddenly if they get exposed to the masses via a 'safe' and common exposure. Most people can probably whistle along with the 5,6,7,8's song that was in Kill Bill and then became the theme to Vonage or whatever for like 2 years. They being an onscure japanese all female 60's styled rock group.
  12:00pm fishmonkeystew:

Speaking of FMA, have any of you checked out Jon Rose (per recommendation via the FMA facebook)? The guy plays a mean barbed wire fence. Thanks for the heads-up, Jason.
  8:56pm adamp:

jason, I enjoyed your sultans of swing, saw you do a nice knopfler impression too.
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