Options Inner Ear Detour with David: Playlist from July 23, 2010 Options

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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.

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Options July 23, 2010: For a happy, experimental life

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Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
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Debashish Bhattacharya  Shringar   Options O Shakuntala!  Check out his full-featured website here   0:03:21 (Pop‑up)
Paul Metzger  IV   Options The Uses of Infinity  23-string banjo  0:11:32 (Pop‑up)
Michael Gregory Jackson  Oliver Lake   Options Clarity  ESP - recd. 1976 - Murray, Lake, Smith, Jackson  0:18:13 (Pop‑up)
  Faces promo   v/a: Don't Ever Buy Nothin' You Don't Dig  A collection of Warner/Reprise Radio Spots, 1968-72 - comp. by Andy Zax  0:21:32 (Pop‑up)
Kemialliset Ystävät  Surullinen Kohta Seinassa + Maksaruohoja   Options Ullakkopalo    0:22:19 (Pop‑up)
Jack Gregory  The Mystery   Options v/a: Mortika - Recordings from a Greek Underworld  Mississippi Records, 2009  0:34:55 (Pop‑up)
Rita Abadzi  At Tsambikous Teke   Options v/a: Mortika - Recordings from a Greek Underworld    0:39:16 (Pop‑up)
Taskiana Four  Stop Dat Band   Options Paramount Jubilee Singers and Taskiana Four    0:42:30 (Pop‑up)
Koes Plus  Hilang Tak Berkesan   Options Dheg Dheg Plas & Volume Two    0:44:56 (Pop‑up)
  Beefheart promo   v/a: Don't Ever Buy Nothin' You Don't Dig - Warner/Reprise Radio Spots, 1968-72    0:46:57 (Pop‑up)
Remigio Balboa y Su Armonio  Cueca Potosina   Options v/a: Ulqutushuy    0:48:08 (Pop‑up)
Sezun Aksu and Goran Bregovic  Erkekler   Options Dugun ve Cenaze (The Wedding and the Funeral)    0:51:15 (Pop‑up)
Baden Powell and Janine de Waley  Blues a Volonte   Options v/a: Supercool: A Musikproduktion Schwarzwald Compilation    1:03:05 (Pop‑up)
  Performance promo   v/a: Don't Ever Buy Nothin' You Don't Dig - Warner/Reprise Radio Spots, 1968-72    1:12:02 (Pop‑up)
The Heshoo Beshoo Group  Emakhaya   Options Next Stop..Soweto Vol. 3: Giants, Ministers, and Makers: Jazz in South Africa 1963-1984    1:13:06 (Pop‑up)
Ella Fitzgerald with Duke Ellington and His Orchestra  It Don't Mean a Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing   Options First Lady of Song  recorded Juan-les-Pins, 1966  1:19:08 (Pop‑up)
  Yoko Ono "Grapefruit" public service / audience participation segment volume 3


Find a stone that is your size or weight.

Crack it until it becomes a fine powder.

Dispose of it in a river. (a)

Send small amounts to your friends. (b)

Do not tell anybody what you did.

Do not explain about the powder to the

friends to whom you send.

Longshoremen  What Does It All Mean?   Options v/a: Club Foot    1:31:27 (Pop‑up)
  Fugs promo   v/a: Don't Ever Buy Nothin' You Don't Dig - Warner/Reprise Radio Spots, 1968-72    1:33:43 (Pop‑up)
Michael Rodgers    Twilight Birds  guitar & nature sounds  1:35:09 (Pop‑up)
Pierre De Gaillande Sings Georges Brassens  The Princess and the Troubadour   Options Bad Reputation    1:35:43 (Pop‑up)
Michael Rodgers    Twilight Birds    1:40:15 (Pop‑up)
Lipitone  Restaurant 'Bon Coin' (excerpt) + Bougouni Sou   Options Nuits sur ecoute: Bougouni    1:43:41 (Pop‑up)
Akira Kosemura  Look   Options Polaroid Piano    1:50:42 (Pop‑up)
The Books  I Didn't Know That   Options The Way Out    1:58:23 (Pop‑up)
  Beaver and Krause promo   v/a: Don't Ever Buy Nothin' You Don't Dig - Warner/Reprise Radio Spots, 1968-72    2:02:16 (Pop‑up)
Human Skab  Sreamin Demon   Options Thunder Hips and Saddle Bags    2:03:07 (Pop‑up)
  Frank Zappa promo   v/a: Don't Ever Buy Nothin' You Don't Dig - Warner/Reprise Radio Spots, 1968-72    2:04:57 (Pop‑up)
Patsy Ann Noble  I Did Nothing Wrong   Options v/a: Dream Babes vol. 2    2:05:46 (Pop‑up)
Jacques Beloeil/Michael Anacker  30   Options 30    2:08:23 (Pop‑up)
Vincent Price / Edgar Allan Poe  The Imp of the Perverse   Options Vincent Price reads Edgar Allan Poe  Onetime Philadelphia resident. Did he ever visit Eastern State Penitentiary ? I'm sure he must have.  2:09:32 (Pop‑up)
Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller  Pandemonium   Options Pandemonium  Sound installation inspired by prisoners' percussive communication in Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia  2:12:01 (Pop‑up)
Razen  Razend Zand   Options Razen / Sheldon Siegel split 12"    2:25:46 (Pop‑up)
Major Stars  The Ravager   Options Syntoptikon    2:30:36 (Pop‑up)
  The Collectors promo   v/a: Don't Ever Buy Nothin' You Don't Dig - Warner/Reprise Radio Spots, 1968-72    2:36:18 (Pop‑up)
Kebab  Anti-L   Options We Live in a System    2:45:41 (Pop‑up)
Noel Akchote  Portrait of Lynda in Three Colors, All Black   Options Sonny II  Sonny Sharrock covr  2:48:42 (Pop‑up)
Effi Briest  X   Options Rhizomes    2:51:18 (Pop‑up)
Rangda  Sarcophogi   Options False Flag  Rangda=Richard Bishop, Ben Chasny, Chris Corsano  2:53:26 (Pop‑up)
Paoli Angeli / Nanni Angeli  Linee   Options Tibi    3:01:17 (Pop‑up)
Alvaro  Kurn   Options the Tongue    3:07:04 (Pop‑up)
Chantana Kittiyapan  Chee Vit Kon Dum   Options v/a: Thai Funk ZudRangMa    3:09:41 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  9:05am chris:

Funny, I just found out about this guy and can't stop listening to him
  9:38am David:

Great, now he's stalking you
  10:11am MD:

  10:12am J-Mar:

this Baden Powell/Janine de Waley track is unbelievably awesome.
  10:14am chris:

what a great show!
  10:14am Cecile:

Good morning, David!

J-mar, good to see ya, too!
  10:18am Cecile:

I need about 17 more lifetimes to hear all the music I need to.
  10:18am David:

hey folks - i'm delighted to see you.
  10:22am Trystero:

..and we're delighted to here you too, David. A fine programme you're conducting, btw
  10:25am ?:

well, part of me is sweet, and sometimes I'm hot. does it matter?
  10:26am Wendy del Formaggio:

Hot damn, I love your show so much, David.
  10:27am Cecile:

Wendy! That amazing cheese was Quigley's Red Leister.
  10:31am Hector:

Really nice playlist, Kudos!
  10:32am coelacanth:

i've got one right here,coincidentally.
  10:34am Wendy del Formaggio:

Thank you, Cecile! I will look it up.
  10:35am Cecile:

it's got the most amazing vegetal taste. We used up the last in an herb and Cubanelle papper omelet at dinner last night. Amazing.
  10:52am Mike East:

What kind of herb?
  10:52am Cecile:

garlic chitves, oregano and Italian parsley. Got em from my puny little garden.
  10:53am Cecile:

  10:55am Mike East:

ah, nice. All I've been able to grow are basil, parsley, and dill - the cilantro died, sadly, in the heatwave a few weeks back. Chives are a good idea, though. Maybe next year.
  11:00am Cecile:

chives will come back forever
I was able to keep my parsley, and cilantro when I was growing it, going by planting it in shade. It's not as hardy as people seem to think.
  11:01am Cecile:

And the bugs ate my basil. I stripped off the leaves except for some shoots. I will have to hit it every day with my hot sauce spray.
  11:05am doug from hell:

No gardening for me this year, it's been too hot. And now our hundred degree weekend has begun.
  11:05am Mike East:

Basil's going strong. Didn't get as big as it should have because I made the mistake of not spacing it far enough apart, but the flavor and aroma are there.
  11:07am Cecile:

mine would have been huge, except that the bugs had themselves a feast.
  11:13am Mike East:

Can't say I blame them.
  11:22am Cecile:

I suppose...
  11:23am coelacanth:

my cilantro in part shade bolted long ago,with a few other things.some that's beneath some blackberries-mostly shade-is tiny,but bushy & fine.
  11:35am coelacanth:

yes,this is what i need to finish pounding my rock into powder...2 hammers at once!
  11:58am coelacanth:

Thank,David.Great show... by the way,i'm almost done pounding my rock into fine powder.Who am i supposed to send this to?the FCC? Obama?Jerry Lee Lewis?
  12:03pm David:

Well, Coel., who are your friends? I recommend Jerry Lee Lewis or Jerry Lewis. Obama gets a lot of mail already and is fairly busy. The FCC doesn't care anymore. They are fair-weathered friends.
  12:08pm perrin:

where is bryce?
  12:10pm David:

Patience, patience. Shouldn't be too long now.
  12:11pm Ike:

There are signal problems on the PATH train from NWK, so for once, Bryce isn't just being a lazy punk-ass honkie. :)
  12:12pm perrin:

I'm gonna tell you what you called him
  12:13pm perrin:

chee vit con dum dum dum cum yeah yeah yeah

(does wfmu keep statistics on how many people screw up the math captcha, just curious.. )
  12:13pm coelacanth:

be here now. just keep pounding.
  12:18pm dave rankin:

my names david and I've just made an inner ear detour via wfmu. Cheery friday evening greetings from rainy germany
  5:55am TrippFontaine:

Amazing sounds. Thanks
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