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Options January 20, 2011: Time Megazine w/ live music from JULIAN LYNCH

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
Sneakers  Ruby   Options Nonsequitur of Silence  Collector's Choice      0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Kadri Gopalnath  Saranam Bhava   Options A Tribute To Adolphe Sax        0:03:50 (Pop‑up)
Joëlle Léandre - Barre Phillips  Radio Synapse   Options A l'improviste  Kadima Collective    *   0:14:58 (Pop‑up)
Kelan Phil Cohran and Legacy  Kilimanjaro   Options African Skies  Captcha  rec'd 1993 for the Adler Planetarium  *   0:19:52 (Pop‑up)
Noveller  Bleached Beach   Options Bleached Valentine split 12'' w/ unfact  Ox-Ghost 
great live performance of this track
@ FMA via ISSUE Project Room
*   0:25:15 (Pop‑up)
Yemen Blues  Um Min al Yaman   Options The Womeximizer 10  Womex    *   0:31:25 (Pop‑up)
Jessica Pavone  Sink Hole   Options Army of Strangers  Porter    *   0:35:19 (Pop‑up)
Módulo 1000  Waiting For Tomorrow   Options Não Fale Com Paredes        0:38:05 (Pop‑up)
White Fence  Lilian (Play The Drums)   Options Is Growing Faith  Woodsist    *   0:40:38 (Pop‑up)
Unit 4  Hidden Faces   Options FM-BX Society Tape Vol. 1 (V/A)  S.S. Records    *   0:53:03 (Pop‑up)
Broadcast & The Focus Group  I See, So I See So   Options Broadcast and The Focus Group Investigate Witch Cults of the Radio Age  Warp  :(    0:56:30 (Pop‑up)
JAS  Hypno Time   Options Live At Jerome's  Gulcher      0:58:24 (Pop‑up)

Julian Lynch live on WFMU

Julian Lynch's knack for submerged pop might betray his Ridgewood NJ roots, but his music is as much about timbre as it is melody and rhythm. Maybe this stems from his ethnomusicology background, or influences that range from the Cocteau Twins to Kadri Gopalnath. Julian Lynch stops by WFMU for a special acoustic set joined by Ian of Big Troubles and Brody of Family Portrait. Brody's Underwater Peoples imprint has released a great smattering of JL recordings (including a split with likeminded New Jerseyan Ducktails), while two 12'' LPs are available from Olde English Spelling Bee. These releases plus a handful of cdr's can be found in various formats here. Julian Lynch will be touring Europe this summer, including a stop at the Primavera Sound Festival in May.

Julian Lynch  Terra   Options Live at WFMU        1:09:30 (Pop‑up)
Julian Lynch  Just Enough   Options Live at WFMU   
Julian plays 12-string acoustic guitar + clarinet + sings
  1:15:03 (Pop‑up)
Julian Lynch  Nen Vole   Options Live at WFMU   
Ian plays the bass
  1:17:34 (Pop‑up)
Julian Lynch  Back   Options Live at WFMU   
Brody plays electric guitar + keyboard
  1:18:46 (Pop‑up)
Julian Lynch  untitled   Options Live at WFMU        1:21:48 (Pop‑up)
Julian Lynch  Talk's Cheap interview   Options         1:34:13 (Pop‑up)
Big Troubles  Grey Dayz   Options Bad People 7''  Olde English Spelling Bee      1:37:50 (Pop‑up)
Spectrals  I Ran With Love But I Couldn't Keep Up   Options Extended Play  Underwater Peoples    *   1:39:50 (Pop‑up)
Hubert Cunningham  In My Father's House   Options Noah Found Grace: Jamaican Gospel [V/A]  Social Music Record Club    *   1:45:27 (Pop‑up)
Lucky Dragons  We Lost   Options Sorrow | Jubilance Pt. 1 7''  Swill Children  split w/ weekend    1:48:30 (Pop‑up)
Foster Manganyi na Tintsumi Ta Tilo  Moya Wanga - My Spirit   Options Ndzi Teke Riendzo No. 1  Honest Jon's    *   1:53:02 (Pop‑up)
Chancha Via Circuito  Cumbion de las Aves   Options Rio Arriba  ZZK      2:00:42 (Pop‑up)
DJ Diamond  Freakazoid   Options Bangs & Works Vol. 1 (A Chicago Footwork Compilation)  Planet Mu      2:03:08 (Pop‑up)
Ami Dang  Amorphous Matter   Options Hukam  Ehse  Ehse Records  *   2:06:50 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:




savekusf blog
Save KUSF fbook page
Save KUSF online petition


2:12:50 (Pop‑up)
Spinningmerkeba  Inspire Me Forever (Secret Anomaly Jonez Mix)   Options CC Mixter's Secret Mixter    Free Music Archive    2:23:24 (Pop‑up)
Bonobo  The Keeper (Live @ KEXP)   Options Live @ KEXP 4/25/2010    Free Music Archive    2:27:13 (Pop‑up)
Dumbo Gets Mad  Electric Prawn   Options Bad Panda #49  Bad Panda Records  Free Music Archive
will soon be part of a vinyl album from Dumbo Gets Mad + Bad Panda
  2:30:54 (Pop‑up)
Mudboy  Dawn Treader   Options This Is Folk Music  Last Visible Dog  Free Music Archive
will be reissued on Weird Forest in 2011!
performing at Showpaper 42nd St gallery tonite
  2:34:56 (Pop‑up)
Kokomo  Glass Chainsaw   Options Walk With the Squish CS    Free Music Archive    2:38:25 (Pop‑up)
Art Boys Collection  Roll Engine Roll   Options Stoned Wall  Golden Pavilion  Free Music Archive - Golden Pavilion label
Golden Pavilion are reissuing this and many more psych rarities on vinyl, check 'em out!
  2:43:17 (Pop‑up)
Bassholes  Bowling Ball 21st Century   Options I Feel Like Sleeping 45rpm 12''  Columbus Discount records    *   2:52:19 (Pop‑up)
The Normals  Almost Ready   Options Almost Ready 7''  Last Laugh    *   2:54:15 (Pop‑up)
The HItmen  Dancing Time   Options Dancing Time '78-'79  Savage beat    *   2:58:17 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:11am Tom:

Mornin Jason ... diggin the Kadri.
  9:13am CheriPi:

Hi Jason-great show already.
  9:16am jason:

'mornin Tom n CheriPi!

If you like this, you might also like the Julian Lynch set that's coming up at 10am -- ends with a clarinet jam that reminded me a bunch of Kadri Gopalnath
  9:17am Parq:

Pretty nifty opening tack, Jason. And the Julian set ought to be the same.
  9:18am BSI:

Made it.
Do yes please continue to fill my brain with stuff.
With this stuff.
  9:20am Richard from Venezuela:

Good Morning Jason and all the listeners.
  9:28am hellbilly13:

Great music ...raises the energy levels of the working man !!
  9:31am Dead Corporate Eyes:

second time I'm hearing Noveller, 2nd time I'm digging it
  9:40am nathan:

  9:40am procedura:

nice one, Módulo 1000!
  9:40am dc pat:

liked that Jessica Pavone...I'll have to investigate..
  9:43am Tom:

o cool, new White Fence. Just got it. Byrds love continues. I have to hear the Darker My Love that came out a few months ago. That seemed to pass me right by,
  9:52am dc pat:

hey what happened to Flipper at the top of the show, dammit!
  9:54am Tom:

big fan of the FM-BX record!
  9:54am dc pat:

whoa. Unit 4 is hitting my basic rock needs.
  9:58am morpheme:

:( indeed
  9:58am jason:

hey DC Pat, been alternating
  10:01am Tom:

JAS! :)
  10:02am jason:

yeea Tom, thanks for the tip on this JAS! was the soundtrack to my morning commute
  10:03am dc pat:

alternating, eh? well...I'm on the phone right now with Will Shatter and he's kind of pissed...
  10:14am Tom:

nice set.
  10:16am aaron:

yes, really nice
  10:19am ?:

morning! A quiet morning, no senior staff. Good morning Jason, Julian and board!
  10:22am jason:

g'mornin' ?
  10:22am Cecile:

Oh, that was me.
  10:23am Domenic M:

a great track for a sun that doesn't know what to do
good morning everyone.
  10:24am Cecile:

domenic, that is exactly it. It wants to go back to bed, too.
  10:27am still b/p:

This would be perfect music to unrev and intermittently snoozify by at home.

Whose feet are those on a poster above the door behind Brody?
  10:29am Dead Corporate Eyes:

beauty-full! I've liked everything I've heard by Julian but have had no luck finding his disc
  10:30am Dog-Faced Boy:

Sounds like a EWI in there, unless my canine-like senses deceive me.
  10:31am Domenic M:

thanks Cecile... we were all lucky to hear that... It was and is beautiful
  10:40am dc pat:

great. Work took up exactly enough time that I missed every Julian Lynch tune. Thanks a lot work.
  10:46am Domenic M:

another damn well perfect one for 4 and half hours sleep on a morning that won't give up on you...like that Spectrals tune a lot
  10:46am Carmichael:

HI Jason. Hi Hubert.
  10:53am Pepe Chavez:

this is Pepe - from Venezuela - with a plea to Jason and all the other DJs at WFMU: Please send papa back to his family. I am referring to my father, who you know as "Richard from Venezuela," who has abandoned his family of late to spend every waking minute on the computer listening to WFMU and sending in comments. He never comes to the dinner table anymore, nor does he help me with my homework as he once did. I miss my papa, as do my brother and sister. Mama has already left becuase of his WFMU obsession. Please send "Richard from Venezuela" back to his family. Please send papa home - WFMU
  10:56am Richard from Venezuela:

Hahahahaha. Best post ever. Wfmu is so addictive.
  10:59am jason:

Hi Pepe, I will assume that you are serious, because WFMU obsession is a serious thing.

Richard, we love you and we'll be here for you live and in the archives any time :)
  11:00am Parq:

@ Pepé: Y'know, kid, if your mom has already left, there's not much reason for him to come out, anyway. You and your siblings are going to have to learn to get along on your own sooner or later, and now is as good a time as any to start.
  11:01am Richard from Venezuela:

Thanks Jason. The today's playlist is terrific. Hell yeah!!. Cumbia villera.
  11:02am Pepe Chavez:

Oh Papa- there you are. This is the first time we've communicated in months. Maybe, if we all get online to wfmu.org, we can communicate together as a family like we used to do. Papa, while I have you on here - can you tell me how to determine the square root of 84? love Pepe
  11:03am Richard from Venezuela:

I dont know son. Music is ma thing.
  11:08am Wayne:

Daddy, Don't You Woof So Moo
  11:09am BSI:

me diggum loop.
  11:12am Billy Jam:

morning Jason. Thanks for sounds - and also for your previous FMU show on fair use.... Hello Cecile, DC Pat, Parq, stilll b/p, dead corp eyes, Richard from Ven, and welcome Lil Pepe to WFMU, welcome to your new addiction. like papa, like son
  11:22am Billy Jam:

it was DJ Schmeejay on Tuesdays 9am to noon
  11:23am Cecile:

WOW. I hate how universities have gotten to be so money grubbing. What happened to the life lessons learned by students doing college radio? It was one of my best educational experiences.
  11:24am k*:

Yeah and KUSF was run by a Jesuit School. You'd expect better of those damn jesuits.
  11:24am still b/p:

Hey, Billy. I had best intention of grabbing pic of FMU sticker on or near Mayflower II and rock in Plymouth over Xmas, but didn't git to it. Decent alt opps, near and far, in coming months.
  11:24am kim:

jesuit values, don'tcha know! money & secrecy.
  11:25am DJtalks too much:

you meander too much. get to the point already. Although that loop playing behind you was awesome. who was that?
  11:25am Ike:

Yeah Cecile/K*, it's so depressing, right? Unfortunately there's a lot more money in 24-hour classical stations, maybe because that's what old people listen to, and donate to, these days since there are no more easy-listening stations!
  11:28am Cecile:

A good clasidcal station is a lovely thing. I loved XM's classical station, I learned so much, and they played obscure stuff and explained it. Unfortunately, they went to Sonic Tap, no DJs, just the WIlliam tell Overture 24/7.

I would like a good classical station that taught and explored, but those are getting few and far between, too.
  11:29am Cecile:

I'm talking about DirectTV, sdrry. The XM classical station is still on XM/Sirius.
  11:29am kim:

the KUSF license transfer still has to be approved by the FCC so it's not a done deal yet & we're not going down without a fight!
  11:29am procedura:

my favourite part of the show - tracks from FMA
  11:29am Carmichael:

Lots of soft rock stations in my town. Where I used to get my teeth cleaned to the Longines Symphonette, it is now Air Supply.
  11:30am Cecile:

kim, give 'em hell.
  11:32am Pepe Chavez:

"DJtalks too much" - What audacity! You wrongly insult this great DJ and then ask a favor of him! Jeez. He does a great job and at "freeform" WFMU can do what the hell he wants. I guess it does not fit your pre-conditioned notion of how a DJ should do mic breaks. It is people like you who are killing off non commercial radio. When comments like that persist, then the Jesuits have won
  11:32am Parq:

I was at a college station at a Jesuit school, and believe me, they interfered with on-air content plenty, always in the name of "the Jesuit tradition". Kim at 11:24 got the essence of the "Jesuit tradition" just right.
  11:36am dc pat:

just putting in the usual from DC: radio blows. I too would like even a decent classical station but I swear to fucking god they play the same 10 composers/pieces constantly. It's embarrassing...
  11:36am Carmichael:

So, it seems many of us have been "schooled" by Jesuits, eh? I know I have.
  11:38am Cecile:

The Jesuits have both been a blessing and curse to the Catholic Church. They have birther the greatest visionary apostates and the worst, most cynical traditionalists.
  11:39am Cecile:

  11:39am Carmichael:

Pat, I guess they call it Classic Classical, like Classic Rock. Both formats use a box of records with about 10 artists each.
Try the classic rock radio game: with your finger on the button, guess the probable artist and song, and push the button. You'll be surprised how many times you are right or very close.
  11:41am Ike:

The FCC isn't much use in this kind of thing, are they? I hope I'm wrong, but they don't get involved in format changes. Questionable ownership transfers, well, maybe, dunno. But so far they can't even be bothered to shut down trouble-causing pirates like the one interfering with FMU in Paterson....
  11:42am Cecile:

And it's no surprise that in terms of classical music sales/scenes both early music and modern composition are doing very well. I think they've managed to make people feel about Beethoven the way I felt about the Beatles as a kid: they play the most overplayed works until your teeth are on edge.
  11:43am Cecile:

the stations aren't playing much early or modern music, so it's still fresh.
  11:43am dc pat:

Bach and before; Ives and after.
  11:43am Cecile:

  11:46am dc pat:

jesus, just imagine WETA in DC actually playing one of the greatest composers in history--Ives, an American....I'd probably crash the car if they did..
  11:46am Parq:

Classical music is being marketed as cynically as any other genre - as upscale muzak for well-to-do middlebrows. Check out the "Cassical Babe" phenom; the marketing of soloists whose chief qualification for stardom is that they are beautiful women. How am I supposed to be reacting to that? "Wow, that woman is so hot, she makes me want to listen to her play the viola!"
  11:48am Ike:

My dad used to work for one of the few NPR classical stations that plays more than just the "hits." Not sure if that's still the case. Unfortunately for D.C., their signal doesn't reach any further west than Annapolis, and now their news/talk frequency is being directly assaulted by D.C. and Baltimore outlets running the SAME STUFF on diff. frequencies covering their area. What a waste of dial space!
  11:49am dc pat:

Parq: yeah they've been doing that for a while. As the head of the Carnegie Library Music and Arts department once pointed out to me: "how does she play cello with long fingernails?"
  11:50am dc pat:

..in PGH...
  11:50am Dan B From Upstate:

Parq, that's how they got me to buy popular music in the 90s. Heather Nova was the sexiest babe I had ever seen, so I very much need her album.
  11:52am zoots:

down in dc for the past thirty years, but many moons ago, I used to listen to Fleetwood through the night on NCN in NYC. Sometimes he'd just play the same piece twice because he liked it. NCN in the afternoon also introduced me to Edgar Varese. sorry for waxing so nostalgic.
  11:55am CheriPi:

I'm still here and enjoying the b'jeessus out of the show.
  11:55am CheriPi:

I'm still here and enjoying the b'jeessus out of the show.
  11:56am Tom:

Looks like you n me opened this thing up and we're closin it down, CheriPi.
  11:57am CheriPi:

We bookended this.
  11:58am jason:

thanks for listening everyone! and commenting or not -- you're all the best, even Richard with your addiction and DJtalks too much with your jerkyness. And thanks to Julian Lynch + Ian + Brody. Cyall next week
  11:59am Tom:

was in a foul mood earlier, am much better now, thanks go to you Jason.
  10:11pm Steve:

Thanks Jason. Heard your show for the first time today and now I'm gonna be hooked. There's an art to putting sounds like these together and having it work.
  2:58pm gerhard egger:

hi, here is gerhard egger, singersongwriter from the austrian psych-rock-band art boys collection, austria, europe. thank you for playing my song after 40 years.
next year the band will start a reunion. isn´t is crazy?
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