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Options November 17, 2010: Regular Weekly Episode

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
Lulu  To Sir With Love   Options   Epic    45   
Anne Queffelec  Six Gnossiennes: Lent   Options Satie - Ravel: Piano Works  Virgin Classics  2004  CD box set  Composed by Erik Satie 
Kronos Quartet  Already It is Dusk   Options Gorecki: Already It is Dusk / Lerchenmusik  Elektra Nonesuch  1991  CD   
Voches de Sardinna  Perche continui a cantare (Why Do You Continue to Sing?)   Options Tenore e concordu de Orosei  Winter & Winter  1998  CD box set   
Huun-Huur-Tu  Odugen Taiga   Options The Orphans Lament  Shanachie  1994  CD   
角谷美知夫 (Michio Kadotani)  テレパシーなんかウンザリだ   腐っていくテレパシーズ (Rotten Telepathies)  PSF  1991  CD   
Hallelujahs  I'm Not Green   Options 肉を喰らひて誓ひをたてよ (Niku Wo Kuraite Chikai Wo Tateyo)  PSF  1997  CD   
The Soft Boys  Over You   Options Underwater Moonlight (deluxe reissue thingy)  Matador  2001  CD box set   
Roxy Music  Do the Strand   Options The Best of Roxy Music  Virgin  2001  CD  Originally released in 1973 
801  Rongwrong   Options 801 Live: Collector's Edition  Expression Records  2009  CD box set  Originally released in 1976 
Brian Eno  Backwater   Options Before and After Science  Astralwerks  2004  CD  Originally released in 1977 
Glenn Branca  Lesson No. 3 (Tribute to Steve Reich)   Options The Ascension: The Sequel  Systems Neutralizers  2010  CD   
Theatre of Voices with members of the Steve Reich Ensemble  Proverb   Options Steve Reich: Phases  Elektra Nonesuch  2006  CD  Recorded in 1995 
Mark Nauseef / Ikue Mori / Walter Quintus / Sylvie Courvoisier  Psychedelic Induced Revelations   Options Albert  Leo  2006  CD   
Wendell Austin  LSD   Options Michael Shelley Presents Thirty-Plus Vintage #1 Hit Country Songs About Guns, Drinking, Cheating, Crime, Pre-Marital Sex, Martians, Insanity, Jail, Cursing, Murder, Hippies, Fighting, Communism,  WFMU premium    CD-R  Divorce, Drugs & Meat Consumption (WFMU Marathon Premium) 
Jazz Passengers  Dog in Sand   Options In Love  High Street Records  1994  CD   
Albert Ayler  Love Flower   Options Love Cry  Impulse!  1991  CD  Originally released in 1968 
Ornette Coleman  Theme from a Symphony: Variation Two   Options Dancing in Your Head  A&M  1988  CD  Originally released in 1977 
Elliott Sharp  Quadrantids   Options Tectonics: Abstraction Distraction  d'autres cordes  2010  CD   
Jason Robinson  Cerrebus Reigning   Options Cerebus Reigning  Accretions  2010  CD   
Tyondai Braxton  Platinum Rows   Options Central Market  Warp  2009  CD   
El Plan de Aguavodka, The Painful Leg Injuries & The Unevenness of the Moon's Surface  The Spontaneous Fracturing of Heavy Metal   Options Men in White Coats  oksrna  2006  CD-R   
Ruins  Reversible Sabbath   Options Everything Comes and Goes: Tribute to Black Sabbath  Temporary Rs  2005  CD   
Sadistik Exekution  Koffin White   Options Fukk  Osmose Productions  2002  CD   
Orthrelm  Pithot 1+2   Options Orthrelm  UgExplode  2010  CD   
Dimmu Borgir  Tormentor of Christian Souls   Options Enthrone Darkness Triumphant  Nuclear Blast  1997  CD   
Napalm Death  Social Sterility   Options Death by Manipulation  Relativity / Earache  1991  CD   
Sargeist  In Ruin & Despair   Options Sargeist / Horned Almighty split  Moribund  2005  CD   

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Listener comments!

  12:04pm frenchee:

way to start off a show, Mr. Gottschalk!
  12:12pm dei x:

Do you have any lech jankowski in your bag of tricks?
  12:31pm Mike Fun:

The drum on this Huun-Huur-Tu track has some serious bass.

Love the Sardinian stuff, too.
  12:31pm from quebec:

my colleague from Cagliari (in Sardinia) walked into my office as you were playing the Tenores de Orosei. how about that?
great show Kurt, as always
  12:34pm DJ KG:

hey all - thanks for tuning in!
  12:37pm Cecile:

hey, Kurt, All!
  12:44pm 37:

soft boys soft boys!!!!!
  12:48pm Cecile:

WOW. Was that Soft Boys reunion tour that long ago?
  12:48pm Cecile:

  12:49pm still b/p:

Rhododendron is a nice flower!
  12:49pm 37:

  12:49pm ?:

i'm bored with the beguine
  12:50pm 37:

do the strand!
  12:51pm DJ KG:

nice one, ?.
  12:53pm 37:

i you keep on this trajectory (now 801..) i may have to miss my meeting....
  12:53pm Cecile:

DUDE. I have 801 live, too.
  12:54pm DJ KG:

801 Live is a major record!
  12:56pm Bad Ronald:

Does that (801 Live) have "Miss Shapiro" on it? I can't recall...
  12:56pm Bad Ronald:

...ahh Google says "yes"!
  12:56pm DJ KG:

absolutes it does, badron!
  12:57pm Bad Ronald:

Thanx Kurt, you're killing it!
  1:03pm Cecile:

weren't there 10cc guys in it, too?
  1:06pm Marshall Stacks:

DJ KG, how'd you get into my record collection?

(Actually, I don't own this particular Glenn Branca,
but that may just be a temporary state of affairs.)
  1:10pm Mike East:

whoa - this dude is in our studio all week! I haven't heard anything, but you should see the gear he's got in there
Crazy shit. I like it.
  1:12pm Mike East:

Most notably, there are two guitars with two bodies but no heads...just a neck
  1:13pm DJ KG:

cecile - yeah, you're right. and later tim finn of split enz/crowded house!
  1:13pm andymorphic:

what a great show....i keep turning it up louder and louder.....love branca!!!!!!
  1:13pm Looms:

Is he recording or rehearsing, Mike?
  1:14pm Mike East:

  1:15pm Mike East:

looks like we're delivering gear to Le Poisson Rouge on Saturday, so I would guess that's what he's rehearsing for
  1:17pm beezneez:

  1:20pm Looms:

Ears are gonna blast...
  1:20pm DJ KG:

whoa, i didn't even know he was playing this weekend! (i'll be out of town, so i can't let myself look at listings.)
  1:33pm Willie:

What record plays behind the DJ talking?
  1:35pm DJ KG:

Hi Willie -
"The Boat That I Row," by Lulu, b-side of "To Sir With Love."
  1:42pm Marshall Stacks:

This is the best country song about LSD addiction I've ever heard.
  1:46pm bw:

what a great show today Kurt
  1:49pm Cecile:

  1:53pm Steve:

Great Ornette - It was the first Colemen record I ever bought back in the 70s. Still love it. -s
  2:14pm Looms:

The track by Elliott Sharp was terrific. Thanks for the broadcast, KG!
  2:26pm maestroso:

This Braxton track is pretty awesome.
  2:35pm v k:

might try to get my 17month old to sleep 2nite with this Sadistik tune - peaceful
  2:35pm Cecile:

Hey, Sadistik are an Aussie death band!
  2:42pm DJ KG:

cecile, are you aussie?
  2:46pm ?:

wow this is bad
  2:50pm Cecile:

No, I just read about them in Terrorizer a million years ago and it struck me as funny they were Aussie - it's hard to be that angry at the beach...:D
  2:52pm Cecile:

I did live there for a year in the mid-70s as a teen, though.
  2:53pm 37:

ok, i'm back.... my how things ave changed!
  2:55pm DJ KG:

yeah, from what i've read they worked pretty hard at being angry, cecile.

welcome back, 37.
  2:56pm Cheri Pi:

Has anyone seen Until the Light takes Us? I thought it was so boring I went to bed angry. There was hardly any music, just arguing with Burzum.
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