Options Bryce: Playlist from April 30, 2010 Options

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I never miscue a record. I am punctual, well-prepared, and dislike clutter. Outgoing and helpful, I'm always appropriately dressed. I do not behave erratically and have excellent penmanship. My CD's never skip, and I am in good health. I like all the notes, in any order.

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Options April 30, 2010

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Artist Track Album Year Comments Approx. start time
Andrew HIll  Compulsion   Options Compulsion  1966    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
The Contemporary Jazz Quintet  Action # VI   Options Actions 1966–67  1966–67    0:13:42 (Pop-up)
Malclom Goldstein, John Heward, & Rainer Wiens  Trio 1   Options Goldstein, Heward, Wiens  1997    0:24:55 (Pop-up)
Ravi Padmanabha & Ed Chang  Elephant Calls   Options Elephant Calls  2005    0:28:13 (Pop-up)
Nmperign  Glass   Options Ommatidia  2009    0:42:26 (Pop-up)
Natsuki Tamura  Friend Of From Sky   Options A Song for Jyaki  1998    0:49:39 (Pop-up)
Lê Quan Ninh  Autres Distorsions Élémentaires   Options Le Ventre Négatif  2001    0:53:45 (Pop-up)
Pierre Berthet  Extended Loudspeakers   Options Extended Loudspeakers  2009  one fellow, live. dripping water & motors driving tin cans hanging from an overhead network of taut steel wires  1:04:28 (Pop-up)
Logos  Concerto voor Pneumafoon en Orgel   Options Pneumafoon Project  1986  big room full of organ pipes &c. which are connected via hoses to very large always-inflated pillows. performers could throw their whole bodies onto 'em.  2:06:26 (Pop-up)
Mario Bertoncini  Cifre (für 2 präparierte klaviere)   Options Cifre · Four Systems · Cartridge Music  1970    2:31:38 (Pop-up)
Alvin Lucier  Music for Pure Waves, Bass Drums and Acoustic Pendulums   Options Sferics  1998    2:43:06 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  12:17pm anne:

hewwo on a soon to be hot day
  12:20pm bryce:

hoooooo. RRRRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  12:25pm Sean Daily:

Fourth comment! Woo hoo!
  12:29pm Carmichael:

Bryce is nice, that's what they say ...
  12:31pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

he seem coo
  12:33pm bryce:

  12:34pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Did you mean: mvl bhbh

No standard web pages containing all your search terms were found.

Your search - mvlehbh - did not match any documents.
  12:40pm Julie B:

this is good Brycicle music
  12:41pm still b/p:

I recklessly turned it up too loud and now the place is full of you-know-whats.
  12:43pm annie:

sorry, i wasn't listening. is it music yet? i've been outside
  12:45pm bryce:

no ma'am!
  12:46pm hugo:

... ends as quietly as it began ...
  12:47pm annie:

fine, then; i'm going back out where the sunshine is.. i'll hook into the archives.. it's waay too nice out there, and this house has coldness. i love you all, but love the sun better. :)
  12:52pm joe voltage:

yooooooooooooooooooooo o hi Bryce
  12:53pm Parq:

Playlist's up -- zat you, Brycie Claus?
  12:57pm bryce:

  1:00pm Parq:

Well, when you get here, tell him that I said "howdy".
  1:02pm joe voltage:

Dopple ganger Bryce
  1:05pm hugo:

I saw Le Quan Ninh in town recently. Amazing what sounds he can get out of a single drum, but it helps if you can see it.
  1:06pm Cecile:

Ah, I've never seen Ninh, but he's wonderful on record
  1:07pm perrin:

hi from berkeley! will have to listen to first hour archive...
  1:08pm bryce:

as wonderful as he is on record, being a few feet from him in a small room. paper cones....
  1:08pm bryce:

hey perrin!
  1:11pm perrin:

I wish we had a stone in SF. new music is scattered around and I
don't keep track as well as I should.
  1:13pm BSI:

present and accounted for.
bring on the infinite stuff.
  1:17pm perrin:

I had coffee with Don Buchla yesterday, and told him that you played a piece of his on the radio. He was pleased.
  1:19pm bryce:

wow, yay!
  1:21pm perrin:

every thursday, there is a coffee klatch of computer music pioneers in a berkeley cafe. yestarday was Don Buchla, Max Mathews, Roger Linn, and Tom Oberheim. Pretty cool stories!
  1:23pm bryce:

oh! fmuer dave amels drops in on that when he's out your way. says it's early....
  1:26pm stefica:

loving this berthet
  1:26pm perrin:

8am. But I have a toddler that wakes up at 5:45am, so 8am is no longer early.....
  1:42pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I have a toddler too, 5:58am without fail every single day of my life...it gets old real fast.
  1:45pm fred:

I actually saw a great performance by Berthet last year, one part with dripping water, the other with reversed vacuum cleaners. Sad thing is that there were only 8 of us in the audience.
  1:52pm bryce:

oh shit, he was here?? cool!

last time i saw him was at XI at the end of '07. lovely fellow....
  1:55pm Chris from DC:

I'd travel to see a performance if this is any indication.
  2:03pm bryce:

very nice to see his thing in person... buncha objects hanging over your head beats two speakers any day.

but he lives in belgium and doesn't make it out this way so often.... as of 2.5 years ago, he didn't have a computer. yay!
  2:03pm B:

Was Pierre hanging from the wires, or were the cans?
  2:03pm bryce:

not sure. i lie face-down at most shows.
  2:10pm jimm:

wow. pierre berthet. that's incredible stuff. I would love to have him play at my wedding.
  2:20pm dc pat:

whoa, listening to Bryce's show and watching this short video at same time = cool (robot balances on ball): http://bit.ly/ahQrMu
  2:53pm nic:

awesome show
  2:58pm bryce:

thanks! see ya, all
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