Options Inner Ear Detour with David: Playlist from September 24, 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 September 24, 2010: Where Are You, Boogie Shoe?

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Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
Francisco López  Conops   Options Conops    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Brain Sound  [u:tIk-tuk-nu]   Options An Attempt to Record Coincidence  vocal improvisations based on some inscrutable "codes" from Austria, 1972 - new reissue on Nero's Neptune  0:06:14 (Pop‑up)
Angel Face  Wolf City Blues (excerpt)   Options Wolf City Blues    0:06:18 (Pop‑up)
Black Jesus  (CB watergates)   Options   recordings of CB radio chat, from the black CB station called the Super Bowl -- have a look for yourself here   0:08:30 (Pop‑up)
Piotrowicz / Stangl / Zaradny  Olive Queen   Options v/a: Experimental Music from Poland v. 2    0:10:56 (Pop‑up)
Brain Sound  [o:-Iae-u:ah:]   Options An Attempt to Record Coincidence    0:14:40 (Pop‑up)
Maja S.K. Ratkje / Lasse Marhaug  Merry Go Round   Options Music for Gardening    0:16:26 (Pop‑up)
Knut Balz Formation  Die morgigen feste   Options v/a: Spannung, Leistung, Widerstand  All tomo's parties  0:20:36 (Pop‑up)
Paul DeMarinis  March (Intellectual Property March)   Options The Edison Effect  "A fragment of appropriated from an old disc "Fanfare Marsch" (ca. 1920) looped and accompanied or interrupted by a copyright notice announced variously by the sounds of a typewriter, serial ascii signals or a recorded voice reciting alphabetic sounds"  0:22:21 (Pop‑up)
George Lewis  Lush Life   Options The George Lewis Solo Trombone Record    0:24:38 (Pop‑up)
Judy Dunaway  Blown Uncut   Options Balloon Music  like it says, balloon music  0:30:57 (Pop‑up)
Rita Dove  The Other Side of the House   Options v/a: The Academy of American Poets    0:34:18 (Pop‑up)
Judy Dunaway  Rubber Patchwork Quilt   Options Balloon Music    0:37:01 (Pop‑up)
Lil B  All Women   Options Rain in England    0:38:10 (Pop‑up)
Xenakis  Pleides, Pt 4 Peaux   Options Percussion Works    0:40:35 (Pop‑up)
Eliane Radigue  Biogenesis   Options Biogenesis  1973  0:46:27 (Pop‑up)
Steve Reich  Drumming   Options From The Kitchen Archives No. 2: Steve Reich And Musicians, Live 1977    0:52:13 (Pop‑up)
  In the interests of full disclosure, this long opening set also included a few other things thrown in from a compilation of talk radio bits called The Screamer (Teenbeat) and some snippets from a recording we'll call Familiar American Expressions, which Bob Purse uploaded to and wrote about on the WFMU blog here here
Justin Bieber  U Smile 800% Slower [excerpt]   Options U Smile 800% Slower    1:06:29 (Pop‑up)
Binario  Diretriz   Options V/A: Far-Out Spaced Oddyssey    1:14:41 (Pop‑up)
Too Poetic  God Made Me Funky   Options 12"    1:20:46 (Pop‑up)
Allen Kwela Octet  Question Mark   Options v/a: Next Stop...Soweto v. 3    1:25:23 (Pop‑up)
Melinda Marx  I Wish You Came   Options 7"    1:36:13 (Pop‑up)
Jacques Dutronc  Sur un Nappe de Restaurant   Options Et Moi Et Moi Et Moi: 1966-1969    1:38:12 (Pop‑up)
Elton and Betty White  Heat   Options   Behold!   1:40:25 (Pop‑up)
Margo Guryan  Love   Options Take a Picture    1:41:01 (Pop‑up)
Gabrielle Lazure  Petit Bateau   Options V/A: Les Filles Du Crepuscule    1:45:58 (Pop‑up)
Dave Cloud  Booty Shoe II   Options All My Best    1:50:23 (Pop‑up)
Pigmeat Markham  Your Wires Have Been Crossed   Options mp3    1:53:36 (Pop‑up)
  Yoko Ono "Grapefruit" public service / audience participation segment

Installment 11


Paste your name on the window.

Borrow a cannon.

Go to a distance and fire against

your name.

The name can be a name or a number

taken out at random from a telephone


If a cannon is not available, you may

use machine-guns, arrows, stones,

spitsig, urinating, hose-water, or

any other method.

If nothing is available, go and watch

until the name becomes unrecognizable

by sunset.

1963 Autumn

From the book Grapefruit: A Book of Instructions and Drawings (1964/1970)

Uz Jsme Doma  Cranny   Options Caves    2:04:13 (Pop‑up)
Sandy Shaw  Yes, My Darling Daughter   Options Love Me, Please Love Me    2:08:27 (Pop‑up)
The Red Krayola  When She Went Swimming   Options Introduction to Red Krayola    2:10:23 (Pop‑up)
Mira Cook  Guitar Ditty   Options Signs    2:10:37 (Pop‑up)
Ignatz  The Room   Options Mort Aux Vaches    2:16:06 (Pop‑up)
Angel Face  12 1/2   Options Wolf City Blues    2:22:41 (Pop‑up)
Jim Carroll  Three Sisters   Options Catholic Blues    2:25:28 (Pop‑up)
The Seeds  Can't Seem to Make You Mine   Options Evil Hoodoo    2:28:51 (Pop‑up)
  On Gita Lenz: here. Some of Gita Lenz's photos: here. Gallery and exhibition info: here.
Alistair Galbraith  Money Is So Sad / Like the Bitter Rind of a Cucumber / Bird in a Glass Forest / Kakisticracy / Ships Bells Otago Museum   Options Mass    2:39:24 (Pop‑up)
Dan Peck Trio  side 2, trk 1   Options Acid Soil  Tuba, Bass, Percussion  2:47:53 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  3:03pm Marco:

Sweet fancy Moses! Where's Billy jam?
  3:05pm HKL:

  3:06pm Marco:

Inner ear detour? Isn't it supposed to be on 9-12 noon?
  3:10pm north guinea hills:

Big baby jesus?
  3:12pm david:

hey folks !!
  3:13pm Vicki - DO or DIY:

hi David :)
  3:14pm david:

vicki - great show this week
  3:14pm Vicki - DO or DIY:

ah thank you! Great guests
  3:17pm Words For Marco's Understanding:

All answers here in first comments:
  3:22pm Ike:

Wow, this is almost like a remix of the show Bryce just did. Sort of. But not really. (Excellent!)
  3:30pm north guinea hills:

Fuckin' Ehhhhh!, this mix kicks assss!

Love the George Lewis!
  3:30pm Vicki - DO or DIY:

I'd like this man to play in my bathroom
  3:37pm Vicki - DO or DIY:

this is sort of what my brain feels like right now
  3:38pm north guinea hills:

i played a show on the same bill as judy dunaway at ABC No Rio a looong time ago, The sounds she gets out of those balloons are amazing.......
  3:46pm Cecile:

Hi, Ike. Hi, ngh, Hi David, Hi, Vicki! Hi all!
  3:51pm Vicki - DO or DIY:

  3:53pm north guinea hills:



  3:56pm Marco:

Oh vicky the sexy British voice from do or diy!
  3:58pm Marco:

There is one thing I've always wanted to say to an English woman..
  4:01pm Davice:

  4:03pm Cecile:

LOL, ngh.
  4:07pm doctor b.:

Obscure and vintage space is only one reason why I love WFMU! Steve Reich at The Kitchen? Yow!
  4:12pm Sugarshack:

Wow...this is the ONLY way to listen to Justin Bieber...
  4:12pm ai:

this is amazing. i can totally catch bieber fever this way.
  4:14pm Sugarshack:

The only thing better than Justin Bieber 800% slower, would be Justin Bieber 800% less popular...
  4:15pm tj:

oh god... beiber... go away in all forms.
  4:17pm Emile:

Hey david great to hear you 'live' for the first time in some years, sounds great!
  4:25pm david:

Justin Bieber unleashed. Now, where's the 800% speeded up?

Emile -- Great to see you again.
  4:26pm Sugarshack:

My first time listening to FMU, believe it or not. I feel so ashamed.
  4:32pm Ike:

Ashamed?!? You made it here before the end of your life! Time to celebrate!
  4:35pm Sugarshack:

Good point, Ike. I'm breaking out the champagne right now!
  4:36pm Parq:

Sugar, how do you think we feel, having left you out in the cold all these years without finding you and bringing you in?
  4:36pm Parq:

@David: There's still a CB subculture? Mercy sakes, good buddy!
  4:39pm Tall Paul:

Hi Dave, enjoying the show and really enjoying the variety of music. Thanks and have a good weekend.
  4:40pm still b/p:

You need to get started with the initiation rite straightaway if you're going to be done before we have to go home. Do you have three vinyl LPs, a half-dozen cupcakes, an Asian brazier, a tattoo kit, a falcon and a first-aid kit?
  4:41pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Hello again, David! I love Jacques Dutronc. I only discovered him a few years ago and I'm glad I did. Thanks for playing him!
  4:41pm Sugarshack:

Picked up "The Best OF LCD" at a Half-Price Books, and got to thinking "Why am I just reading about a radio station?"
  4:48pm Ike:

Sugarshack, don't pay attn. to Still B/P. You don't need cupcakes or an Asian who works in brass for the initiation. Just a sack of angry raccoons covered in chocolate frosting and a can of spray paint.
  4:53pm Cecile:

And don't forget the rotten durian to drop off the top of the building.
  4:54pm Mike East:

is there any difference between the smell of a fresh or rotting durian?
  4:54pm Emile:

Wow booty shoe !!
  4:55pm Cecile:

Just more of a good thing, MIke. More of a good thing.
  4:56pm Sugarshack:

still: I have way more than 3 LPs, I've eaten a lot of cupcakes, and I don't wear a brazier...
  4:57pm Oscar:

Ever read The Picture of Durian Gray?
  5:00pm Felix:

Have you ever read the entirety of Proust's Remembrance of Things Past in the original language while listening to Bach?
  5:01pm Sugarshack:

Am I still being initiated?
  5:04pm still b/p:

Gotta buy a round for the house...or the shack.
  5:06pm Mike Sin:

Off the upcoming schedule? Say it ain't so!
  5:06pm still b/p:

Out for home.
Thanks, David, for good season of good show.
  5:10pm Rick:

Hi David, New to your show, and enjoyoying it a lot.
  5:14pm david:

Hi and bye. I'll miss the regular show, but I'll sneak back in for fillins.
  5:16pm Mike East:

I think I'll miss the Yoko Ono pieces most of all. Its been real fun, David. Catch you on the fill ins!
  5:17pm Wendy del Formaggio:

I'm looking forward to your fill-ins, and seeing you now and again at the station. Happy Autumn to you, David, and thanks for keeping us entertained this summer!
  5:19pm Sugarshack:

Well I guess I was honored to listen to your last regular show(?) on my first time listening to the station. Good show, David.
  5:20pm Emile:

We'll always have the archives! But come back soon, David...
  5:26pm Slee Reverbee:

Found you throught iphone app. Great show.
  5:32pm Rick:

The Yoko quote is heartwarming. Issue Project Room has Pauline Oliveros on Sat. tomorrow at 8pm. I think she's 78. I'm going.
  5:42pm Emile:

I just bought that Ignatz CD though the magic of the Inter-Webs. Instant gratification.
  5:57pm Parq:

Fine show, David. Nice to have you to see out the work week with.
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