Options Strength Through Failure with Fabio: Playlist from March 25, 2010 Options

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The Failure of Noise
The Failure of Sound
The Failure of Rock
The Failure of the Avant Garde
The Failure of the Space Age
The Failure of Jazz
The Failure of Psychedelia
The Failure of Krautrock
The Failure of Electronic
The Failure of Pop
The Failure of Free-form
The Failure of the 20th Century

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Options March 25, 2010: Failure is "On the Money"

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James Last  Mr. Giant Man   Options Voodoo Party  Polydor 
Art of Bleeding  Gambled and Lost   Options Music From The Magic Ambulance  Art of Bleeding 
M.B.  The Plain ElaniF   Options Ynohpmys  Tourette 
Wooden Shjips  Ghost Clothes   Options Shrinking Moon For You 10" EP  White Label 
Irr. App. (ext.)  Hypothetical Tardigrade Resurrection #5&6   Options Perekluchenie  Beta-Lactam Ring 
Anton Bruhin & Makigami Koichi  Electric Eel   Options Electric Eel  Tzadik 
Pierre-AndrĂ© Arcand  Chamomix   Options Eres + 21  OHM Editions 
Lionel Marchetti  Haut-le-corps   Options Knud Un Nom De Serpent  Intransitive 
Giacinto Scelsi  Duo for Violin and Cello   Options Giacinto Scelsi  Sub Rosa 
Tony Conrad  Pythagoras, Refusing to cross the Bean field at his back, is dispatched by the Democrats   Options Slapping Pythagoras  Table of the Elements 
Dialing in  The First One Was Never Free   Options The Islamic Bomb  Music Fellowship 
Toshi Ichiyanagi, Michael Ranta, Takehisa Kosugi  Improvisation Sept. 1975 - pt.1. (excerpt)   Options Improvisation Sept. 1975  Iskra 
Christian Zanesi  Soixante Dix-Huit Tours (excerpt)   Options Soixante Dix-Huit Tours  Double Entendre 
Pyramid  Dawn Defender (excerpt)   Options Pyramid  Psi-fi 
Velvet Underground  Lady Godiva's Operation   Options White Light/White Heat  Polydor 
Kevin Ayers  Colores para Dolores   Options Shooting at the Moon  BGO 
A.R. & Machines  Warum peter Nur Noch Ferien Macht   Options Echos from ntimes of the Green Journey  Polydor 
Vincent Epplay & samon Takahashi  Untitled   Options Music for the Films of Pierre Clementi  planam 
Greg Kelly & Alex Neilson  Untitkled   Options Passport to Satori  Golden Lab 

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Listener comments!

  3:05pm Cecile:

Okay, question from last show - how many different versions of Big Star's Sister Lovers are there?
  3:07pm Charles:

The track you were playing sounded like something from the "Crash Injury Trauma" CD except that it wasn't. wut wuz it fabio?
  3:08pm Matt:

Is that rhetorical? I have one that "Stroke It Noel" is apparently faster than someone else's, though the LP (blue one w/ silhouette cover) is otherwise identical.
  3:08pm fabio:

dunno. one two maybe...
  3:09pm minnesota jeff:

Cecile - Trying to properly organize Chiltons recording history is quite a the feat. But there is all sorts of bootlege versions of 3rd/Sisters Lovers. There is probably like 4 or 5 counting Euro releases.
  3:10pm Cecile:

There's the Ryko version. And the one from Jem/PVC in '85 with the blue cover, and isnt' there one from '78.

thanks, MN Jeff. I keep hearing songs from 3rd that I never heard. Or at least don't remember. Senility is great for your record budget - you forget all your records so they sound new again. :)
  3:11pm minnesota jeff:

Four Men With Bears put out a Vinyl edition of "3rd" that has a different tracklist and order than the Ryko "Third/Sisters Lovers" CD that came out in the 90's
  3:12pm minnesota jeff:

Four Men with BEARDS, that is.
  3:12pm north guinea hills:

still watching/listening to the owls at work....
  3:12pm Cecile:

and there are a bunch of outtakes and songs that don't appear on every version out there, correct?
  3:14pm Cecile:

I see the eggs, ngh! squeee!
  3:15pm Cecile:

a baby owl! All pink and ugly and adorable!
  3:18pm north guinea hills:

yeah, i just saw two gangly owlets. awesome!
  3:24pm Cecile:

this is great owl-watching music, Fabio.
  3:29pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Molly Owl tore up a mouse about an hour ago.
  3:42pm Looms:

Hey Fabio! Great news about next week!
  3:47pm BSI:

mommy, stop kickin' youself inna face and sit down. I'm cold.
  3:47pm BSI:

pfew. thanks.
  3:50pm slugluv1313:

YES!!!!!!!! excellent music-to-watch-owls by!!!!!! (i think Terre T. even said that Irr. App. (ext.)'s "Their Little Bones" kinda sounded like owls digesting their food??!!??)
  3:50pm nic:

  3:52pm Golden Sours:

Speaking of owl watching... http://i44.tinypic.com/2mqm2ph.gif
  3:53pm Parq:

Today's comment field seems to be an instance of "owl's well that ends well."
  3:54pm slugluv1313:

oh, they are ADORABLE!!!!!!!!
  3:55pm Cecile:

holy crap, sours! That's some serious competitive eating there.

Oh, Parq. Wacky, wacky, Parq!
  3:58pm Cecile:

@Mollytheowl, girl, slow down. That bunny isn't going anywhere. No, really. It isn't.
  4:04pm Golden Sours:

Sometimes I fear that when I close my eyes that is all I'll see. Just that gif playing over and over and over again.
  4:09pm Looms:

Marchetti's brain is definitely special.
  4:13pm Looms:

The second prononciation was right (no T at the end)
  4:14pm Pronunciation Help:

serpent (fr.) - sair-PEN(t)
  4:18pm Carmichael:

Back from a lay-off luncheon "celebration" .... We have some new owls?? My next album will be called *Owl Watching Music*.
  4:20pm mollytheowl:

serpent (fr.) - cuisine
  4:21pm BSI:

Carmichael; it's been a busy day: Scratch face, re-arrange bedding, sit on the kids. tear up a small rodent. I can relate.
  4:24pm Parq:

Shout-out to fellow Month Python fans -- it's Owl
Stretching Time!
  4:24pm Carmichael:

Kewl ... Did someone toss in a rodent? That would have been morbidly fun to watch.

Also check out the Africa cam at the same site. I saw a lion at the watering hole!
  4:25pm Cecile:

Carm, her baby daddy brings her rodents.
  4:28pm Carmichael:

Oh, OK. I didn't know if this was a research project, nest in the wild, or what.
  4:30pm Cecile:

Nah, some hunters/sportsmen just set up a nesting box but leave her be except for the camera as far as I can tell. McGee, her mate brings her snacks.
  4:36pm BSI:

and i think there's some concern about that 3rd egg, right? All the other kiddies have sprung, haven't they?
  4:43pm Cecile:

that's right, BSI
  4:46pm Jim Flannery:

How fun to turn on the radio & hear Slapping Pythagoras ... just finished Branden Joseph's book on Conrad last night, best academic book I've read in the last 12 mos.
  4:54pm nyoukis:

i have a photo of my sister sitting on Conrads lap, he looks well chuffed.. quite the ladys man.
  5:28pm Cecile:

Ah, I love Lady Godiva...
  5:30pm Bad Ronald:

Nice one Fabs!

"John Cale, Welshman of sorts
Person of course..."
  5:31pm Dan London:

Great track...great show!
  5:37pm Cecile:

the city of San Marcos, CA just made a proclamation that tomorrow is Molly and Mickey The Owls Day tomorrow.

And someone doesn't know how to get rid of echo on their sound feed.
  5:38pm steve:

this track is fantastic
  6:01pm Looms:

Dug the show.
  6:17pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Another hatchling in the owl's nest. Trouble posted the URL in her show this morning - http://www.sportsmansparadiseonline.com/Live_Owl_Nest_Box_Cam.html
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