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Options December 21, 2010: Midnight Moon Madness

Album Cover This show cast a shadow long enough to darken the moon.

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
  Klarinettpolka     0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Jetalicious Favorites
Dennis Diken with Bell Sound  I've Been Away   Options Late Music   
Dan Auerbach  Heartbroken, in Disrepair   Options   0:06:47 (Pop‑up)
The Rubinoos  Hey Rita   Options Basement Tapes  0:10:07 (Pop‑up)
Focus  Bennie Helder   Options Mother Focus  0:12:40 (Pop‑up)
Sean Altman and the Kustard Kings  Showdown   Options Losers Lounge  0:16:06 (Pop‑up)
The Tiptons Sax Quartet  Fallout   Options Laws of Motion  0:20:00 (Pop‑up)
The Satelliters  Make Me Smile   Options Where Do We Go?  0:24:03 (Pop‑up)
Happy Thoughts
Mochipet  End of Summer Song   Options Bunnies & Muffins  0:30:13 (Pop‑up)
Captain Nordog  Chunks   Options Not of This World  0:34:23 (Pop‑up)
Pigeon Funk  Mise en Scene   Options The Largest Bird in the History of the Planet...Ever!  0:34:56 (Pop‑up)
People Like Us & Ergo Phizmiz  Troika Country Gardens   Options Rhapsody in Glue  0:36:26 (Pop‑up)
Selma Rich Brody  Be Neat   Options A Calendar of Happy Thoughts  0:38:20 (Pop‑up)
B. Janoff  Pertinent Information   Options Things Only Get Worse from Here  0:38:50 (Pop‑up)
Peter Holsapple & Chris Stamey  Some of the Parts   Options Here and Now  0:43:40 (Pop‑up)
Selma Rich Brody  The Pet Song   Options A Calendar of Happy Thoughts  0:47:00 (Pop‑up)
The Judy's  Dogs   Options Washarama  0:48:17 (Pop‑up)
Yuká Potrero  Yuká Potrero   Options Collection: Maiteí América: Harps of Paraguay  0:50:29 (Pop‑up)
Doug Gillard  Time Is Nigh   Options Call from Restricted  0:52:31 (Pop‑up)
The Fifties
stAllio!  Fifty Seconds of Kickin' It   Options 50/50  1:01:00 (Pop‑up)
The Bran Flakes  Apricot Balls   Options 50/50  1:01:27 (Pop‑up)
Jeffrey Sconce  Catherine Linton   Options 50/50  1:02:13 (Pop‑up)
Los Kinkos  50 Snippets Deep   Options 50/50  1:03:06 (Pop‑up)
Los Kinkos  Girls to Watch Music By   Options 50/50  1:04:07 (Pop‑up)
The Ex-Monkeys  GoDJob   Options 50/50  1:04:41 (Pop‑up)
Orchid Spangiafora  Half Right   Options 50/50  1:05:34 (Pop‑up)
John Schnall  If There Are 50 Ways Why Does He List Just Four?   Options 50/50  1:06:20 (Pop‑up)
The Beige Channel  Lifetime Pop Head   Options 50/50  1:07:07 (Pop‑up)
Mr. Rusty  Love Is Stress   Options 50/50  1:07:59 (Pop‑up)
Robert Voisey  Oregon   Options 50/50  1:08:44 (Pop‑up)
Jim Allenspach  Monotonous   Options 50/50  1:09:32 (Pop‑up)
I Cut People  Rock Bottoms   Options 50/50  1:10:22 (Pop‑up)
Shawn Holster  Talk Radio   Options 50/50  1:11:13 (Pop‑up)
Ellipse Elkshow  The Cloth   Options 50/50  1:12:04 (Pop‑up)
Plucked  Yeah, I Know, Who Cares?   Options 50/50  1:12:52 (Pop‑up)
Robert Fripp & the League of Crafty Guitarists  Prelude Circulation   Options Intergalactic Boogie Express - Live in Europe 1991  1:13:46 (Pop‑up)
The Diplomats of Solid Sound  Bailout!   Options What Goes Around Comes Around  1:20:44 (Pop‑up)
Bruce Haack  Electric to Me Turn   Options Farad: The Electric Voice  1:22:28 (Pop‑up)
Kim & Buran  Rock 'n' Robot   Options Collection: Russkie Wig-Out! Demented Surf/Electro/Exotica from Behind the Iron Curtain  1:24:09 (Pop‑up)
Tito Puente  Vibe Mambo   Options El Rey - A Man and His Music  1:27:50 (Pop‑up)
Gaia 13  Trail of Funk (Mecha Funk Mix)   Options Collection: Qemistry EP  1:30:45 (Pop‑up)
Oleg Kostrow  Bukva F   Options Collection: Russkie Wig-Out! Demented Surf/Electro/Exotica from Behind the Iron Curtain  1:36:39 (Pop‑up)
Cee Lo Green featuring Lauren Bennett  Love Gun   Options The Lady Killer  1:40:48 (Pop‑up)
Lyrics Born  Kontrol Phreak   Options As U Were  1:44:09 (Pop‑up)
The Diplomats of Solid Sound  Gimme One More Chance   Options What Goes Around Comes Around  1:47:46 (Pop‑up)
Cee Lo Green featuring Lauren Bennett  It's OK   Options The Lady Killer  1:51:08 (Pop‑up)
Superchunk  Slow Drip   Options Majesty Shredding  1:57:11 (Pop‑up)
Temple City Kazoo Orchestra  Miss You   Options Some Kazoos  1:59:54 (Pop‑up)
Vic Goddard & the Subway Sect  Life in the Distance   Options We Come as Aliens  2:02:52 (Pop‑up)
Cinema Red and Blue  Ballad of a Bus Stop   Options Cinema Red and Blue  2:05:07 (Pop‑up)
Bruce Haack  Maybe This Song   Options Farad: The Electric Voice  2:08:11 (Pop‑up)
Wheels on Fire  Stick Around   Options Liar, Liar  2:09:10 (Pop‑up)
Superchunk  Rope Light   Options Majesty Shredding  2:13:26 (Pop‑up)
Journey Home
Dolly Parton  Just the Way I Am   Options The Fairest of Them All  2:17:58 (Pop‑up)
Nobunny  Breathe   Options First Blood  2:20:07 (Pop‑up)
Anbb: Alvo Noto & Blixa Bargeld  One   Options Mimikry  2:23:27 (Pop‑up)
Motion Trio with Michael Nyman and Nigel Barr  Come Unto These Yellow Sands (Prospero's Books)   Options Portrait of a Label  2:25:58 (Pop‑up)
Ergo Phizmiz  Busby Berkley   Options Things to Do and Make  2:28:56 (Pop‑up)
Michael Nyman Band  Knowing the Ropes (Prospero's Books)   Options Portrait of a Label  2:30:57 (Pop‑up)
Clinic  Radiohistory   Options Bubblegum  2:37:27 (Pop‑up)
Hilary Summers and the Michael Nyman Band  Psalm (Six Celan Songs)   Options Portrait of a Label  2:39:30 (Pop‑up)
The Like  Release Me   Options Release Me  2:43:13 (Pop‑up)
Phil Wilson  Small Town   Options God Bless Jim Kennedy  2:46:15 (Pop‑up)
The Sights  3 Cheers   Options Most of What Follows Is True  2:49:59 (Pop‑up)
Phil Wilson  Found a Friend   Options God Bless Jim Kennedy  2:52:29 (Pop‑up)
  Bryggar-Antes Polka     2:57:54 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  12:21am david from ks.:

hey PG,,,,,You havent been away long enough for them [the secret evil bush govnt[ brown skinned version] and hey im brown skinned 2 yall !to stop spraying our supposidly beautiful Blue Sky and intentionally poisoning everywhere but kenebunkport ,maine,[sp?]whille im still having nightmares of spraynozzles connected to tankerplanes,,,,,,okay theres that outta the way..Peace and Love otherwise,,,,,and hey that device You constructed and played that aerosmith song through was a refreshing change for that that song [i cant remember what your device was called,,,rock on mr.master dj,,,d
  12:24am PGB:

David! It was the Shepard Tone-izer. I didn't make one of those tonight. I gotta remember for next time!
  12:42am tim:

Чего бог делал что вы можете сыграть такое нот?
  12:45am PGB:

Not sure, but I've got some Russkie Wig-Out coming up later in the show.
  12:47am tim:

Друг и помогать, большой успех!
  1:03am royatl:

Why do you guys announce songs??? i.e. "just heard e, then before that d, then c, then before that, b, and we started it off with a"
That is the most stupid thing I've ever heard and I think it started with college djs of the 80's. In the 70's when I was on college radio, we always went "We started that set off with A, then you heard B, and you just heard C" (NOTE: We didn't back announce more than three cuts!!!!!!!) geez.
  1:04am royatl:

Sorry, just had to get that off my chest.
  1:05am GM:

There's a tradeoff between hearing the song callbacks and hearing the DJ on the air...not always want to hear the DJ on every, say, three songs.
  1:09am PGB:

"We're here to help." If you don't like the complete back-announcement, you're going to cringe while I announce all these short tracks!
  1:10am GM:

It's cool, bring it on!
  1:11am royatl:

Announcing more cuts is ok as long as the cuts are short. But my *main* pet-peeve is going in reverse order.
  1:14am MD:

I wish just ONE of these 50/50 artists would edit by hand/by ear. Even this "monotonous" is clearly computer edited. It all sounds too perfect, too samey. Today's sound editors should have their computers taken away and be forced to use a pair of linked cassette decks for a decade. / Rant not directed at you PGB, glad you're playing this stuff. Excellent show throughout, thanks.
  1:15am Ike:

I prefer back-announcements in reverse order.
  1:16am fleep:

I like my back announced right after they announce my front.
  1:17am MD:

That's your *main* pet peeve, eh? Are you sure your name ain't royal-t?

Baby got back announced.
  1:20am GM:

Also, there may be some DJ-influenced choice at times...the song played immediately prior to the mic break is one the DJ wants to highlight, and reverse-order allows him/her to talk about it first before anyone forgets about it.
  1:21am PGB:

Good point. Also: As someone who had to wield a razor blade on quarter-inch tape, I like being able to fiddle with the audio without getting schnitznels on the floor.
  1:21am royatl:

Teh powah of teh interwebs! My comments causing hundreds, maybe thousands of listeners a thousand miles away from me to go? WTF is he talking about?!
  1:22am PGB:

Nobody's going anywhere. (Stick around for the eclipse.)
  1:23am fleep:

Eclipse spoiler: The moon reappears.
  1:24am tim:

  1:26am royatl:

Ike, if you're still there, why? really (important to me because I'm writing a dj training manual, and I want input)
  1:27am Julie:

Wow this is groovy...
  1:29am Julie:

I heard Kate Bush Wuthering Heights in that collage. Yay :)
  1:30am PGB:

Yep...the one by Jeffrey Sconce.
  1:31am tim:

Super groovy. The moon is starting to look soft on one side.
  1:31am royatl:

gm: point taken if you're only going to announce the last couple of songs. i.e.: "You just heard B ...(stuff about B), and before that you heard, A (optional stuff about A). Now, here's C" is perfectly fine with me.
  1:33am tim:

How did I happen to tune in tonight, this night of all nights? So great. Kim & Buran... you're making us all sick with pleasure.
  1:33am MD:

PGB: I think this was directed at my comment about computer editing: "As someone who had to wield a razor blade on quarter-inch tape..."?
To which I say, exACTly. That experience is what's lacking from the editing of people who have no experience of tape, maddening, painstaking, accidentally-beauty-creating tape. I bet your own edits, even on computer, have a little life in them, don't sound so canned..
  1:34am royatl:

clouds just moving in here, of course. grr.
  1:36am PGB:

Julie is coming up at 3 AM EST. We were just checking out the beginning of the eclipse. Yeehah! No clouds in Jersey City.
  1:37am fleep:

Envy anyone with a clear sky tonight, it's the fourth day of continuous Blade Runner rain in L.A.
  1:37am Julie:

Perfect view!
  1:37am royatl:

MD: digital vs tape editing, I'd almost agree with you, but it would be more over jealousy than actual aesthetics. I.e. I liked the edits, but still wish they could appreciate what we used to have to go through in the "good old days."
  1:39am fleep:

it was the same with film editing, before the Avid etc. dailies hanging in bins with a big metal movieola, it gave it a hand crafted feel
  1:39am Ike:

Hey Royatl (re: 1:26 cmnt), like PGB said, if I tune to FMU in the middle of a set of music while driving, I can count back to the song I'm curious about when back-annmts are done in reverse order, but not if done in forward order. Also the more recently-played tracks are of more immediate interest b/c I can't remember what was played at the start of the set anyway w/my leaky brain.
  1:40am Julie:

I thought everyone announced in reverse order. Makes sense to me to start with what you just heard.
  1:40am tim:

атмение, отсутствие потребности. Это настолько гениально. (И it' s замерзая снаружи.)
  1:42am tim:

Все должны похвалить PGB.
  1:44am royatl:

Ike: I understand, but the brain leaks because it's being asked to rearrange the order.
  1:44am PGB:

Thanks, Tim. But even though the show is going pretty well...I'm going to wait until it's over!
  1:46am tim:

At least take a peek.
  1:47am Ike:

Not true. I meant the memory of what the earliest songs sounded like leaked, before annmts begin. + I'm used to reverse order. Like Julie said, evryone here does it. (Minus a couple of holdouts, but don't remember whom... maybe Rich H.?)
  1:47am royatl:

Julie: In the 70's the places I worked at always forward announced, but we had a maximum of four cuts in a set, and the first one wasn't announced if it was pre-announced. The reverse announcing seemed to start with college radio in the 80's, and then infected commercial radio as those jocks got jobs.
  1:47am ra:

Perfect tune to sacrifice my cat to the lunar gods, thanks!
  1:48am royatl:

I'm gonna have to order the Russkie Wig-Out! CD.
  1:49am PGB:

Russkie Wig-Out on the OMNI RECORDING label.
  1:50am Julie:

oh no...we're all infected.
  1:51am royatl:

yea, already got it up on Amazon.
  1:51am fleep:

and the only cure is: more cowbell
  1:51am tim:

I can see Russia from Sarah's back yard.
  1:57am royatl:

From Amazon desc. of Russkie... : "Imagine Bruce Haack detained at the border by KGB operatives and thrown into the Gulag with the tortured remains of Dick Dale and Les Baxter."
  1:59am PGB:

Oh yeah! Some of the other tracks on the Russkie album are more electronicky. All very interesting.
  1:59am Julie:

Be careful in Sarah's backyard she has guns
  2:02am royatl:

my god does this (TCKO) take me back!
  2:04am osvi:

Kazoos rule.
  2:04am PGB:

Fun fact (that I'm pretty sure is true): TCKO was the first album released by RHINO.
  2:06am david from ks.:

wazzat mick for real? i could`nt tell,,,,amazing ,,,,
  2:06am tim:

Big ol' bite outta dat double stuff Oreo inna sky.
  2:07am PGB:

About half-gone!
  2:08am Aharon:

Great music to do taxes to.
  2:10am tim:

Having got penumbral and umbral under its belt, total starts in 30.
  2:10am royatl:

clouds breaking up here a bit. can see it 50% of the time.
  2:15am Julie:

tim -- I want oreos now. Thanks:p
  2:24am david from ks.:

,,,,i wanna breath to,,,,,,clean air just once before i die,,,
  2:25am tim:

La manteca de luna! Es gordo, hermosoo!
  2:29am tim:

A sliver, a vanilla wafer fraction! This from Coordinates: 40°38′52″N 73°9′28″W.
  2:31am tim:

  2:34am royatl:

crap, the 50% opportunity became < 2% as totality neared.
  2:36am tim:

... this thing of darkness I acknowledge mine.
  2:40am Joshua K:

Cool moon
  2:42am PGB:

Now playing: music for casting our shadow 250,000 miles into space.
  2:50am royatl:

oh well, giving up on the astronomical show. Only see lights of the suburbs reflecting off the clouds.
  2:53am edinblack:

I guess I better run out and check the moon!
I did and saw the last sliver of sunlight...!
  2:54am edinblack:

In L.A. they can't watch because-------it's RAINING! The irony.
  2:55am PGB:

It never rains in California...
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