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Options July 16, 2010: In the shadow of a good idea

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Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
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Fumio Hayasaka and Masaru Sato  Seven Samurai - Title Track   Options Akira Kurosawa's Movie Soundtracks 1950-1958    0:02:10 (Pop‑up)
Jani Christou  Mysterion Prolog und Sprechertext   Options Jani Christou  rehearsal recording, 1969, in Danish, based on ancient Egyptian funeral texts  0:06:18 (Pop‑up)
  some birds, etc     in the background, some nature recordings I made a few weeks ago in Western Massachusetts  0:14:06 (Pop‑up)
Max Eastley  Aerophones 1   Options Installation Recordings (1973-2008)  1975  0:11:44 (Pop‑up)
Max Eastley  Serpentine Gallery installation   Options Installation Recordings (1973-2008)  with impromptu harmonies from the kids of the St Paul's School choir - 1976  0:14:59 (Pop‑up)
Pierre Berthet  Cuve, Bidon et Fils (excerpt)   Options Two Continuum Pieces  Sometime collaborator of Arnold Dreyblatt, Belgian musician plays homemade instruments, found objects  0:19:42 (Pop‑up)
Fumio Hayasaka and Masaru Sato  Hidden Fortress - Line of Firefighters   Options Akira Kurosawa's Movie Soundtracks 1950-1958    0:24:02 (Pop‑up)
Turid  Personligt Brev   Options Stars and Angels: Songs 1971-1975    0:36:01 (Pop‑up)
Rahim AlHaj  Baghdad AlThania   Options V/A: We Are All One in the Sun: A Tribute to Robbie Basho    0:42:04 (Pop‑up)
Henry Jacobs  His History of Jazz   Options The Wide Weird World Of Henry Jacobs / The Fine Art Of Goofing Off    0:46:43 (Pop‑up)
Peg Simone  Oh Holy Night   Options Secrets from the Storm    0:49:19 (Pop‑up)
Hamper McBee  on old songs   Options Twos and Fews    0:55:05 (Pop‑up)
Hamper McBee  Jack O Diamonds   Options Twos and Fews    0:55:53 (Pop‑up)
Tristram Cary  Shaped for Living   Options It's Time For Tristram Cary: Works For Film, Television, Exhibition and Sculpture    1:01:28 (Pop‑up)
The Coasters  Shoppin' for Clothes   Options v/a: Music from the House that Ahmet Built    1:05:48 (Pop‑up)
Edith Piaf  L'homme a la moto (The man on the motorcycle)   Options Les génies de la chanson: Edith Piaf  by Lieber and Stoller, prod. by Mitch Miller  1:08:49 (Pop‑up)
Lonnie Mack & the Charmaines  Sticks and Stones   Options V/A: Girls With Guitars    1:11:04 (Pop‑up)
F. Burrull & J.M. Espinàs  Canco del Telefon   Options v/a: Pop a la Catalana: Jazz, Boss & and Groovy Sounds from Catalunya (1963-71)    1:12:54 (Pop‑up)
Lied Des Teufels  Nichts   Options v/a Cloud Cuckooland    1:15:10 (Pop‑up)
Kenny Graham and His Satellites  Lullaby   Options Moondog and Suncat Suites    1:17:24 (Pop‑up)
Yoko Ono  I Felt Like Smashing My Face in a Clear Glass Window   Options Onobox    1:19:40 (Pop‑up)
  Yoko Ono "Grapefruit" public service / audience participation segment volume 2

LET'S PIECE 1 (1960)

500 Noses are more beautiful than

one nose. Even a telephone no. is more

beautiful if 200 people think of

the same number at the same time.

(a) Let 500 people think of the same

telephone number at once for a

minute at a set time.

(b) Let everybody in the city think

of the word "yes" at the same time

for 30 seconds. Do it often.

(c) Make it the whole world thinking

all the time.

Paul Dunmall and Chris Corsano  Identical Sunsets   Options Identical Sunsets    1:29:51 (Pop‑up)
Horrific Child  Frayeur   Options L'Etrange Mr. Whinster    1:34:55 (Pop‑up)
Arica  Rock   Options Heaven  1972  1:43:46 (Pop‑up)
The Joe Harriott Double Quintet  Raga Megha   Options Indo-Jazz Suite    1:48:19 (Pop‑up)
Wganda Kenya  La Trompeta Loca   Options V/A: The Afrosound Of Columbia Vol. 1    2:04:06 (Pop‑up)
Sly Stone  For Real   Options Listen To The Voices: Sly Stone In The Studio 1965-70    2:11:27 (Pop‑up)
?  He Arose   v/a: From the Cold Jaws of Prison  Music by inmates and ex-inmates of Attica, Rikers, and the Tombs - Folkways 1971  2:14:34 (Pop‑up)
Segun Bucknor  Son of January 15th   Options Who Say I Tire  VampiSoul retrospective - On this cut, from the liner notes: "John Collins calls this track 'a poetic restatement of post-colonial Nigerian history,' but Segun told it this way to Strut Records: 'The first coup in Nigeria was on Jan. 15, 1966 [when the military overthrew and killed Nigeria's first prime minister, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa] ... I was trying to do a brief history of what Nigeria was prior to that date; what motivated the young army officers to strike and then to ask "What are we looking forward to?"'"  2:18:03 (Pop‑up)
The Fugs  Carpe Diem   Options First Album  So long, Tuli. It was good to have you!  2:31:44 (Pop‑up)
Kyah!  Slapdash   Options v/a: A Reference of Female Fronted Punk Rock Bands    2:37:05 (Pop‑up)
The Endtables  Process of Elimination   Options The Endtables    2:39:16 (Pop‑up)
Wire  What Is This Thing Called Love?   Options 1976 Demo    2:41:10 (Pop‑up)
Red Cross  Annette's Got the Hits   Options Annette's Got the Hits    2:42:47 (Pop‑up)
The Jacks  Where?   Options Vacant World  1968  2:44:05 (Pop‑up)
Sam Gopal  Cold Embrace   Options Escalator  1969 - fea. Lemmy  2:47:17 (Pop‑up)
Scattered Order  World's Longest Intro   Options Prat Culture Plus    2:50:50 (Pop‑up)
So Percussion & Matmos  Needles   Options Treasure State  musique a la cactus  2:58:05 (Pop‑up)
Magik Markers  track 4   Options Pew Tre Ser    3:04:00 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  9:24am Ψ-Ns:

Is there a problem with the AAC+ stream this morning?
  9:26am David:

Thanks - will pass this on to someone who can deal with it
  10:02am seang:

shut up, weirdo is a cool show-got hooked on it
  10:16am Ψ-Ns:

David - Thnx, It's back now!
  10:22am joerg:

David, nice to have you on Friday mornings. No album listing for that Yoko Ono piece?
  10:27am north guinea hills:

  10:34am stingy d:

this is making it hard to concentrate on that phone number
  10:35am stingy d:

i'm eating blueberry pie though!
  10:35am Devin:

That was making it hard to anything.
  10:37am stingy d:

hmmmm.... do i eat a second piece?
  10:40am Mike East:

If that's even a question, then I think the answer is Yes!
  10:47am slappy:

This Arica track is a pretty nice song to fold laundry to.
  10:50am annie:

i'm in attendance, really. just in the kitchen with a new faucet installation..
  10:53am stingy d:

if you want to see a 11 minute fight that involves an overzealous pregnant woman and a car knocking over a police motorcycle... i got you covered.

  11:00am Pierre:

Hi from france David !

(btw: What's your music behind you when speak? please)
  11:03am Mike East:

Antibalas was in our studio yesterday. We provide equipment for the Fela performances.
  11:04am annie:

where's ossining?
  11:04am stingy d:

whats this talkover stuff tho?
  11:07am David:

Hey folks - Talkover music is Cloud One "Patty Duke" (you can youtube it here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_euO138K2A&feature=related)
  11:09am Ossining:

Sing Sing
  11:19am north guinea hills:

ossining is in westchester county on the Hudson river.

Geographer! up, up, and away!
  11:20am annie:

aahhh ... thanks.. i knew i knew that
  11:20am north guinea hills:

(i actually get paid to be a geographer)
  11:23am Bad Ronald:

Man you geographers really know where it's at!
  11:28am Accu-Reader:

Hmmm, maybe it's "Son of January 152rd"?
  11:30am annie:

ok, so where in the world is carmen sandiego?
  11:32am hamburger:

last week.. she was in Brazil! Do you know where.. Brazil is???
  11:32am north guinea hills:

The last time I played that game on my commodore 128, she was in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, but the TV show and other gumshoes might beg to differ....
  11:33am David:

What's an Accuplaylist without a few typos?
  11:33am From Ken's Playlist:

thelma Blitz:

Tuli's Funeral info:
We have arranged to hold a service for Tuli at St. Marks church from 12-3 on Saturday, with a reception following shortly thereafter. We will have a viewing in a separate room at the beginning of the service for anyone who wishes to see him.
We are still working on the details for the reception and will let you know shortly. There will be no religious element to the service, and Coby, Steve and Ed will be the main speakers, after which anyone who wants to can talk, sing, recite poetry, or whatever they like.
He will be buried at Greenwood cemetery in Brooklyn on Monday morning at 9 am.
We will send out another email with more details once we have figured them out, but you are welcome to tell anyone who asks, the funeral is open to whoever wishes to attend.
  11:34am annie:

brazil.... the icu of the lingerie department ??
  11:34am Pierre:

thanks David, it is very nice of you !
  11:40am -max-:

Thanks for playing that song for Tuli.
  11:43am stingy d:

pie overload
  11:45am Mike East:

uh oh. sorry 'bout that stingy d.
  11:52am north guinea hills:

@ stingy d: 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288419716939937510

oh, you meant "pie"!
  11:57am hfox:

Rigot is pronounced REE-go, sometimes ri-GO. He's a friend of mine and still truly amazing!
  11:58am annie:

not til 12:07
  11:59am annie:

...and i thought that brazil come-back was pretty clever, too.. :(
  12:01pm hamburger:

way above me sorry! yep that was good :)
  12:02pm annie:

hehe.. whew!!
  12:02pm David:

Thanks, hfox. You tell him that Endtables reissue is a wonder.
  12:03pm hfox:

Will do. I hear he's working on something new, too!
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