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Options October 28, 2010: w/ PUJOL & talkin HADOPI w/ Jérémie Zimmermann (laquadrature.net)

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
Sneakers  Ruby   Options         0:00:00 (Pop-up)
The Toms  Hook   Options The Toms LP  Black Sheep      0:02:02 (Pop-up)
Lifeguards  Naught Windsor   Options Product Head 7''  Serious Business / Ernest Jennings  Doug Gillard w/ Robert Pollard  *   0:06:21 (Pop-up)
Mavi Işıklar            0:08:51 (Pop-up)
Adriano Celentano  Buonasera Signorina   Options Ritratto di...Adriano Celentano  CBS      0:11:44 (Pop-up)
Paul Collins  Doin' it for the Ladies   Options King of Power Pop        0:15:01 (Pop-up)
Satan's Rats  You make Me Sick   Options The Very Best of Music for your Methlab (V/A)      *   0:17:05 (Pop-up)
Bangsters  Strangers   Options A Real Cool Time Revisited: Swedish Punk, Pop, and Garage Rock 1982-1989 (V/A)  RPM    *   0:19:23 (Pop-up)
Coolies  Holiday   Options Master  Chapter    *   0:21:55 (Pop-up)
Badawi  Do We Belong (excerpt from the Heretic of Ether)   Options Final Warning  Asphodel      0:36:49 (Pop-up)
  Flute Ensemble   The Music of Ethiopia: Music of the Cushitic Peoples of South-West Ethiopia  Barenreiter Musicaphon Unesco Collection      0:43:38 (Pop-up)
Omar Souleyman  My Tears Will Make The Stones Cry   Options Jazeera Nights  Sublime Frequencies      0:47:14 (Pop-up)
Ensemble de Musique Populaire de Hamadi Laghbabi  Rebek et Tabla   Options Tunisie  Ennagham      0:56:46 (Pop-up)
Tim Blake  Generated   Options         0:58:29 (Pop-up)

Daniel Pujol writes infectious garage-punk channeling the classic vibes of his hometown, Nashville TN. After playing in countless local bands (including Meemaw. Wizardz, and Denny & The Jets) Pujol's eponymous solo project has taken flight with Sean Thompson on guitar, Joey Scala on bass, and Adam Tanaka on drums. He's also got the support of Jack White, whose Third Man label is released a Pujol 7'' produced by the White Stripe himself. Pujol's discography already includes releases on Jeff The Brotherhood's Infinity Cat Recordings. And a new 7'' helped launch the Turbo Fruits' Turbo Time imprint.
Pujol is touring with Turbo Fruits through mid-November:
11/10 – Nashville, TN – Nashville Public Library
11/11 – Louisville, KY – Rudyard Kipling*
11/12 - Carbondale, IL – Gatsbys*
11/13 – Chicago, IL – Crown Liquors*
11/14 – Milwaukee, WI – Cactus Club*
11/15 – Kalamazoo, MI – The Strutt*
11/16 – Detroit, MI – Lager House*
11/17 – Muncie, IN – Be Here Now*
11/18 – Indianapolis, IN – Radio Radio*
11/19 – Bloomington, IN – Video Saloon*
Pujol is on myspace
Pujol  Keeper of Atlantis   Options live on WFMU        1:05:58 (Pop-up)
Pujol  Endless Mike   Options Live on WFMU        1:08:41 (Pop-up)
Pujol  Mission from God   Options Live on WFMU        1:12:21 (Pop-up)
Pujol  Butterfly Knife   Options Live on WFMU        1:15:26 (Pop-up)
Pujol  deathmask   Options Live on WFMU        1:18:49 (Pop-up)
Pujol  Mayday   Options Live on WFMU        1:21:19 (Pop-up)
Pujol  Black Rabbit   Options Live on WFMU        1:24:16 (Pop-up)
Pujol  Too Safe   Options Live on WFMU        1:28:37 (Pop-up)
Pujol    live on WFMU        1:43:36 (Pop-up)
Big Star  O My Soul (Alternate Version)   Options Keep An Eye On The Sky (box set)  Ardent / Rhino      1:46:35 (Pop-up)
Scruffs  She Say Yea   Options Wanna Meet The Scruffs?  Rev-Ola      1:51:45 (Pop-up)
Cheap Time  Waiting Too Long   Options Fantastic Explanations (And Similar Situations)  In the Red    *   1:54:51 (Pop-up)
>> this part of the program will fuel the Grey Area podcast
Dan Melchior Und Das Menace  A Wizard Doesn't Need a Computer   Options rarities        2:28:50 (Pop-up)
Karl Blau  Crucial Contact   Options Zebra  K Records  Free Music Archive    2:29:52 (Pop-up)
Jérémie Zimmermann  interview with Jérémie Zimmermann from laquadrature.net   Options    
lots more info at laquadrature.net
  2:13:25 (Pop-up)
Vicnet  Mr Hadopi   Options Mr Hadopi  Da ! Heard It Records  Free Music Archive    2:25:57 (Pop-up)
Mudboy  Half Wasted Track 3   Options Half Ice Half Wasted (Mudboy Beats II)  Free Matter for the Blind  Free Music Archive    2:30:03 (Pop-up)
Nambavan  Podruga Soldata   Options Chechnya on a dance floor  WM Recordings  Free Music Archive    2:34:43 (Pop-up)
Kiila  Kevätlaulu   Options Tuota tuota  Fonal  Kiila remix contest!!    2:38:52 (Pop-up)
The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black  Jesus Christ Vampire   Options Home of the Brave    Free Music Archive  *   2:42:02 (Pop-up)
Las Ruinas  Fashion City   Options Butano  Butano  Free Music Archive    2:45:12 (Pop-up)
Magic Hammer  Dance On Fire: Retribution   Options Most Extreme Ultimate Thunder    Free Music Archive    2:48:21 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  9:05am Tom:

Can't go wrong with a band with this name.
  9:07am Tom:

So I hear Charlie Rose was at the Record Fair. Anybody know what he bought??
  9:11am seang:

sounding good, good morning folks!
  9:12am turkeyface:

farting on a lesbian's nipples.
  9:13am Cecile:

Good morning.

I don't know Tom, but I'm sure he engaged in scintillating intellgent banter with his seller and made him or her feel like the most important person in the room.
  9:14am still b/p:

Adriano sounds like a peppier version of Dylan on his Christmas album.
  9:15am Tom:

Ha. yes, rubbed his chin, nodded, and looked sleepy.
  9:19am jason:

yes Tom! Good morning Cecile and Still B/P and seang, how is everybody doin??
  9:20am Cecile:

Pretty good. Someone left me a banana at my desk. It was lovely.
  9:21am Cecile:

Ooooh! Do you have some Nomads, Jason?
  9:21am Tom:

Mornin Jason. Happy it is Thur. Goin to Omar Souleyman next week?
  9:22am Michael from Philly:

Love this Bangsters song....
  9:23am Tom:

Real Cool Time is a great collection!
  9:23am Dale from North Dakota:

Morning, Jason and all! I drove to Omaha on Tuesday to see Roger Waters do "The Wall"... what an amazing show. See it if you can, last chance, I'm sure.
  9:28am Cheri Pi:

I don't like JW but I'll keep an open mind for you Jason.
  9:28am Cecile:

Oh, that's crazy ridiculous. Man.
  9:31am still b/p:

I'm wicked tie-yud.
And disappointed that commitments, again, will keep me from seeing Souleyman when he comes near enough.
  9:32am Cecile:

The Italian Louis Prima!
  9:41am BSI:

ears on. digging like mad.
  9:54am postmanpaul:

Bought anything like this that I could lay my hands on during 2000-2003 in Cairo, Jason. Mainly cassettes (we listen to them in my partner's car, it has a cass player) all printed in Arabic... must get them translated, I suppose.
  9:56am Dale from North Dakota:

If this is a cover of Hillage, has to be one of the most obscure ever.
  9:58am Cecile:

Dale, I love how you bring the deep prog knowledge to the table. Cool!
  10:00am Dale from North Dakota:

Thanks :-) Oh, Tim Blake! I talked to him a month ago because his web store was down and I wanted to buy something. Nice guy -- I paypalled him twelve bucks and he emailed me the album.
  10:05am Cecile:

I gotta check Tim Blake out. I'm a sucker for proto-punk-prog that falls outside the standard 70s narrative...
  10:06am Cecile:

You know, this kind of thing in France kind of taunts my sleeping inner Libertarian. I think they have bigger fish to fry.
  10:06am Cheri Pi:

Cecile-I was just reading his bio on wiki! I hope ebay can provide the vinyl.
  10:07am Cecile:

But I've been on my soapbox enough this week.
  10:07am Tom:

Creepy as hell. And not just a libertarian cause either.
  10:07am Cecile:

I saw some downloads. And some spendy collector's CDs.
  10:08am Joe:


A 150 dollar value - yours free for listening to TALK's CHEAP
  10:08am Tom:

On the subject of shows, this year's GlobalFest looks especially good.

globalFEST 2011 announces lineup!

Chamber Music: Ballaké Sissoko & Vincent Segal (U.S. debut)
Creole Choir of Cuba
Diblo Dibala
Kaumakaiwa Kanaka'ole (U.S. mainland debut)
Mustafa Özarslan (U.S. debut)
Orquestra Contemporânea de Olinda
Pedro Martinez Project
Red Baraat
Rhythms of Rajastan
Yoro Ndiaye (U.S. debut)
  10:08am Cecile:

  10:09am Dale from North Dakota:

Blake's "New Jerusalem" is a great album, it's a bit like Hillage's very late stuff but more synthy and less guitary. All of it is derivative of early Gong, of course, so if you liked them in the early 70s, you'll enjoy Blake.
  10:09am Cecile:

Pujol are bringing it.
  10:17am dc pat:

yes Pujol are good morning rock.
  10:19am dc pat:

wow, Butterfly Knife is my new favorite tune!
  10:28am Cecile:

they have this great blend of trippy and songwriting and power. Good band.
  10:30am Cecile:

I just tweeted the intro this to this song. Great sentiment.
  10:34am jason:

i just retweeted that!
  10:35am dc pat:

me too.
  10:35am jason:

shoutout to Joe D who inspired this session to happen!!
  10:40am Cecile:

Jeff the Brotherhood has to play.
  10:43am dc pat:

Jason, ask them where they're playing, can't find a schedule...
  10:45am dc pat:

telecaster = #1.
  10:49am Chris from DC:

Pat, they were just at Comet Ping Pong last week.
  10:53am Joe:

mad props to Jason S. who made it happen

Pujol tourdates can be found at myspace.com/danielluccapujol and infinitycat.com
  10:56am dc pat:

Great. That must have been a good show. Oh well...
  10:57am SmokinJ:

Nice set from those cats JS..
  10:58am dc pat:

I didn't see any schedule at either of those spots.
  11:01am J-Mar:

Oh, I got it now -- it's all Tennessee bands!
  11:06am Joe:

oh man I don't even know then. Tour must be over. But despair not - there'll be another one soon.
  11:17am Cecile:

This whole thing is the middleman's revenge.
  11:20am Cecile:

The same kind of people who say this is about artist's rights, are the same kind of people who ripped off George Clinton, who didn't pay Musical Youth royalties for 20 years...
  11:23am Cecile:

I do think record companies, producers and agents can steer artists toward greatness, but they got greedy and lazy and didn't pay people, so why wouldn't people choose to be indie?
  11:24am Cecile:

Meg Whitman and eBay own Skype.
  11:25am Joe:

I also enjoy the hypocrisy involved with the type of content that's protected - at this, point, pornography is probably the most pirated item by the amount of bandwidth, but you'll never see any ISP enforcing their copyrights.
  11:26am Carmichael:

NutMeg has spent her last millions. 10+ points down to Jerry Brown. She'll thankfully get her piehole off of my screen next Tuesday.
  11:28am Cecile:

Here is a link that's interesting. http://torrentfreak.com/angry-developer-transforms-anti-piracy-system-into-music-download-site-101026/
  11:32am dc pat:

Not to change the subject but I'm following fucking PETE TOWNSHEND on twitter!
  11:34am Bad Ronald:

Whut's the Big T upta?
  11:37am Cecile:

That's pretty awesome, dcp!
  11:37am dc pat:

"research" ...not really him, I was just kiddin'
  11:41am Bad Ronald:

I find it kind of frightening that the whole "Lifehouse" concept is becoming a reality at this point.
  11:43am dc pat:

man I didn't even hear about that. Lifehouse! Is he doing the whole "grab people off the street, find their song" thing?
  11:46am Carmichael:

I hadn't heard that either. He might as well bring it back before someone else does it for him. Maybe it'll be on the next season of Glee.
  11:48am Bad Ronald:

Read something earlier this week and I can't relocate it...
  11:49am Cecile:

agh! power metal!
  11:50am Cecile:

No. it's power metal Hi-NRG
  11:50am BSI:

oh dear.
  11:51am Cecile:

Was this the Eurovision Song Contest winner?
  11:53am german:

what the fuck happen to the music jason..this sounds cheap on cocaine
  11:54am Carmichael:

I envision them doing calisthenics a la Freddie & the Dreamers.
  11:56am Cecile:

Great show, Jason. Gotta hit a meeting, so later.
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