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Options March 31, 2011: let's build a GOBO

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
Flipper            0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Deathly Fighter  14-year old Void   Options         0:02:22 (Pop‑up)
Eric Copeland  Puerto Rican   Options 7"  Post Present Medium      0:06:42 (Pop‑up)
Socrates That Practices Music  Judged By The Left Eye   Options The Wire Tapper 25  The Wire    *   0:09:04 (Pop‑up)
Soft Circle  Don't Just Stand There   Options Split 12" w/ High Places  Post Present Medium  one live set, and another to come  *   0:13:23 (Pop‑up)
Föllakzoid  II   Options Föllakzoid EP  Sacred Bones    *   0:18:29 (Pop‑up)
Chris Forsyth  Paranoid Cat, Part III   Options Paranoid Cat  Family Vineyard  dija them smoke wfmu's Long Rally? FREE MUSICARCHIVE  *   0:24:32 (Pop‑up)
Oorutaichi  Venus   Options Cosmic Coco, Singing For A Billion Imu's Hearty Pi  Out of Africa  didja hear im live on liz b's show? FREEMUSICARCHIVE  *   0:32:59 (Pop‑up)
Bear Bones Lay Low  Wet Streets   Options Manoevers 4x split 7"  KRAAK    *   0:40:07 (Pop‑up)
Greg Davis  Sho Sai Myo Kichijo Dharani   Options Benefit for the Recovery in Japan (Part 2)  Thrill Jockey 
download this amazing 64-track comp, support thru music
*   0:43:21 (Pop‑up)
  Nakairiraigyo   Japanese Noh Music  Lyrichord      0:46:44 (Pop‑up)
Ensemble Nipponia  Musume Dojoji / The Subscription List   Options Kabuki & Other Traditional Music  Nonesuch      0:48:51 (Pop‑up)
West African Rhythm Brothers  Ominira   Options London Is The Place For Me 2  Honest Jons      1:09:10 (Pop‑up)
San Lucas Band  Noches Eternas   Options Music ol Guatemala  ABC  thanks Give the Drummer Some newsletter for the tip!    1:11:41 (Pop‑up)
Tebèreh Tèsfa-Hunègn  Welladka Hazilè   Options Ethiopiques Vol 5: Tigrigna Music: Tigray/Eritrea 1970-1975  Buda Musique      1:15:00 (Pop‑up)
Amede Ardoin  Les Blues Prison   Options Mama, I'll be Long Gone  Tompkins Square  1934  *   1:18:46 (Pop‑up)
Kites  Something About America   Options Peace Trials  Load      1:21:01 (Pop‑up)
Andrew Liles  Safety in Numbers   Options Mother Goose's Melody or Sonnets for the Cradle  Klanggalerie    *   1:25:38 (Pop‑up)
Infinite Body    Bored Fortress 7" split w/ No Age  Not Not Fun      1:30:54 (Pop‑up)
Mandate  Space Truck Stop   Options Mandate / Harsh Boys  Ortolan Publishing  Ortolan Publishing    1:32:38 (Pop‑up)
Whitehorse  Fire to Light The Way   Options Whitehorse  20 Buck Spin  Australian doom lands in Jersey City tonite at some secret venue, details here.
Whitehorse were awesome at WFMU/FMA SXSW -- listen/download mp3
  1:43:23 (Pop‑up)
Mueran Humanos  Altar Hogar   Options Mueran Humanos  Blind Prophet    *   1:49:41 (Pop‑up)
Rob Sonic  Former Future   Options Telicatessen  Def Jux      1:54:56 (Pop‑up)
Husker Du  Target   Options Everything Falls Apart and More        2:10:13 (Pop‑up)
Bevis Frond  I Can't Get Into Your Scene   Options Bevis Through the Looking Glass  Rubric      2:12:02 (Pop‑up)
Dan Melchior's Broke Revue  90's Man (Part 2)   Options Assemblage Blues  Siltbreeze    *   2:15:30 (Pop‑up)
Artery  Pretends   Options Afterwards: Recordings from 1979 to 1983    thanks Thomas of Bunker Pop!    2:17:50 (Pop‑up)
The Soft Boys  Queen of Eyes (live at WFMU)   Options Brian Turner's show 10/25/2002    FMA    2:20:44 (Pop‑up)
The White Wires  Goodbye Girl   Options Pretty Girl 7"  Trouble in Mind      2:23:07 (Pop‑up)
Wire  Too Late   Options Chairs Missing    coming to BT's show next Tuesday!    2:25:06 (Pop‑up)
Apache Dropout  Teenager   Options Apache Dropout  Family Vineyard  Free Music Archive    2:29:01 (Pop‑up)
Obits  I Want Results   Options Live at Caledonia Lounge 3/21/11    Free Music Archive: Obits  *   2:37:07 (Pop‑up)
Dumbo Gets Mad  Plumy Tale   Options Elephants at the Door  Bad Panda Records  Free Music Archive    2:41:53 (Pop‑up)
Computer Magic  Grand Junction   Options Spectronic EP  no label  Free Music Archive  *   2:44:37 (Pop‑up)
Miss Emma  Une Glace au Citron [A Lemon Ice]   Options Une Glass au Citron  Kazoomzoom  Free Music Archive the daughter of Juanitos!    2:48:57 (Pop‑up)
Fleur Earth w/ Gringo Starr  Brennen Euch Ab   Options Jahtari Net-7'' 14  Jahtari  Free Music Archive    2:51:27 (Pop‑up)
Malty Media            2:57:05 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:04am postmanpaul (":

Good morning/afternoon Jason, city slackers and officionados.
  9:04am Cheri Pi:

Hi Jason!
  9:05am pierreall (formely un-known as pierre):

  9:07am jason:

good morning! thanks for joining in on this trip
  9:08am hamburger / london:

morning/afternoon all
  9:09am schizflow:

  9:10am turtle boy:

greets from worcester, ma. - home of the valentine and the birth control pill.
  9:11am BSI:

Will there be snacks?
  9:12am Dead Corporate Eyes:

bagels for everyone at 10:30 (EDT)
  9:12am jason:

sure, http://freemusicarchive.org/music/snacks
  9:12am Cheri Pi:

Mmmmmm bagels
  9:12am pierreall (formely un-known as pierre):

this is by far my favourite trip to take.
  9:17am Richard from Venezuela:

Good morning Jason and all the listeners.
  9:19am stoned mellotron:

where do i find this high places song? ? ? what is it called?
  9:19am coelacanth:

gmornin Jason(and all). Been a while (thu.am thing) great to hear you again!..Perfect so far (not that you need my opinion,but) Thank you.
  9:22am yayson:

this föllakzoid is making my beard grow longer.
  9:23am BSI:

space boogie is better than food. in most cases.
  9:26am dale:

this Föllakzoid is making my popul vuh itchy
  9:30am early & awful:

So this would be....purranoia.
  9:31am dale:

like a long tailed cat in a rocking chair store. i'm a pickin'.....
  9:32am schizflow:

  9:32am early & awful:

...and I'm a'groanin'.
  9:33am postmanpaul (":

Nice, Jason.
  9:33am it's too early to be better:

like a 3-eyed cat peepin inna see food store.
  9:36am towelly:

did that image just appear? (i dont know what's goin' on)
  9:36am still b/p:

Just me, or do the vocals sound like Japanese Bee Gees?
  9:37am jason:

yeah towelly whassup
  9:38am Iliana:

Good morning everyone!!! Today is my last day at my job!!!!! Celebrations abound
  9:39am jen v.:

morning jasonnnn
  9:41am coelacanth:

kinda like Bee Gees meets Dokaka,meets Stereolab.
  9:42am Richard from Venezuela:

A request: Demdike Stare - Hashashin Chant . Terrific track!!
  9:44am still b/p:

A couple of Bee Gees selections worked up by Dokaka would be good!
  9:46am maja:

Congratulations Iliana! I guess. You meen last day as in never have to work again?
  9:47am coelacanth:

Yes, still b/p. Painful,but good.
  9:49am Cheri Pi:

I feel like I'm at a Noh play-thanks Jason!
  9:51am Richard from Venezuela:

Very good japanese music. Thanks for sharing that songs Jason.
  9:54am Handsome Harry:

This rendition of "Musume Dojoji" is killin' it. I can tell it is going to be a good day.
  9:54am postmanpaul (":

the gobo's are starting to get to me
  9:55am Iliana:

@maja Ha, I wish! I've got another 30 years of student loans to pay off, so I'm not going to be done working for awhile. But yes- current job sucks and is over!
  9:58am postmanpaul (":

@Iliana happy clouds and silver linings!
  10:09am Mark from Pomtpon Plains:

true that, Jason, What Are You Gonna Do?
  10:09am dc pat:

I need snacks, more sleep, more coffee, more hydration...
  10:10am dc pat:

..it was "this" cold out there this morning...
  10:18am Cheri Pi:

This is timely-What is everyone's favorite Ethiopiques volume#?
I only have a small handful of them but I want more...
  10:19am Brian n UK:

Can anyone out there ululate?
  10:21am schizflow:

this is one of the best shows i've heard on wfmu
  10:21am Brian n UK:

@ Cheri Pi The one with the Ethiopian nun who lives in Damascus (I think) and plays piano, she is in her eighties.
  10:23am Brian n UK:

@ Cheri Pi Which volume? Numbers add up to nothing (Neil Jung)
  10:23am hamburger / london:

why is it some WFMU DJs don't have comment boards during their sets?
  10:23am Mark from Pompton Plains:

I know one girl who can but you have to tickle her.
  10:24am pierreall (formely un-known as pierre):

yeah Amede Ardoin !

is a Zydeco revival happening? Is it an option?
  10:24am Mark from Pompton Plains:

Hamburger, I know in one or two cases the DJ simply doesn't know how to set it up. Another DJ that I'm aware of also just doesn't like comments; a form of shyness.
  10:25am Mark from Pompton Plains:

Never mind who
  10:26am Cecile:

Brian Turner didn't have one for a long time, and now it's one of the best ones out there.
  10:26am Cheri Pi:

@BnUKI'll try it-that's Ethiopiques, Vol. 21: Ethiopia Song
  10:27am sven:

Anyone tell me what that "Nothing Else Matters" covers was?
  10:27am sven:

the cover was about 2.5 hours ago on WFMU.
  10:28am Cheri Pi:

Cecile-don't you own a comment board? Do you have any advice for those of us aspiring to it one day?
  10:28am still b/p:

Keep forgetting to note which volumes include some of the great individual tracks that we get here, so I can choose a few myself -- currently have NONE..NONE! All I want for Christmas or Easter or birthday or tax day is Ethiopiques!
  10:29am Brian n UK:

Love it Jason more SPEECH.
@ CP Some of her sounds are like ripples on water, if that doesn't sound too poncy.
  10:29am coelacanth:

I dont care about the comment board. i never use it anyway.
  10:30am Mark from Pompton Plains:

Sven, If I were you, and I ain't, but if I werz, I'd just listen to the archive and try to pick it up from the horse's (aka the DJ's) mouth.
  10:30am Cecile:

Yes, I own this comment board. It's called "Free Speech."
  10:31am Brian n UK:

The Horse's Mouth that was a great book by Joyce Cary. Funny name for a man.
  10:32am Cheri Pi:

Oooo that is a great name- I love Free Speech!!
  10:32am Dead Corporate Eyes:

I know a guy named Karen.
  10:32am Cecile:

The Horse's Mouth is also a great movie with Alec Guiness.
  10:33am still b/p:

Freeze Peach!
  10:33am Cheri Pi:

Karen Yeah Yeah Karen?
  10:33am Brian n UK:

Heroes name was Gully Jimson. Lord Buckley did a rap on it too.
  10:35am Cecile:

I remember that great scene at the end when the barge is just floating along...
  10:35am Dead Corporate Eyes:

no, I believe that Karen is female
  10:37am Brian n UK:

One of those films that are made for black & white.
  10:38am pierreall (formely un-known as pierre):

ok this is heavy
  10:38am Cecile:

Really? I thought it just pulsed with color. The paintings were amazing.
  10:39am still b/p:

Whoa-ho -- Gettin' literal in this vid! Skip to about 35 sec. and g'wan in!
  10:41am Brian n UK:

I think it was mid fifties and everything over here was in black and white. That's what I was trying to say.
  10:42am hamburger / london:

nice track
  10:42am 2 cents:

Guiness made several essential comedies for Ealing Studios - Horse's Mouth was one. Kind Hearts and Coronets is the one you want to watch. Black comedy that ranks in my top ten or twenty. Guiness shows his range by playing eight different roles.
  10:43am Brian n UK:

@ pierreall I thought it was the year of Twang. Back to Rock 'n Roll.
  10:44am Cecile:

2 Cents, ealing comedies are awesome. SOme of my favorite movies.
  10:45am Cecile:

From Wikipedia:
The Horse's Mouth is a 1958 film directed by Ronald Neame and filmed in Technicolor.
  10:45am Brian n UK:

I think the site has been turned into flats now. Sad to say.
  10:46am Cecile:

wow, didn't know Guiness wrote the Screenplay and got an Oscar nom!
  10:47am Cecile:

that does suck. Brian.
  10:47am βrian:

That guy has quite a cold.
  10:48am Cecile:

Brian, are you a fan of Bill Forsyth films?
  10:49am Cecile:

I mean Brian UK. Although other Brian is welcome to respond.
  10:49am Brian n UK:

What Local Hero et al?
  10:50am Cecile:

  10:50am Carmichael:

Good day Jason and anyone else named or not named Jason.
  10:51am still b/p:

A Run for Your Money is an Ealing/Guinness entry that doesn't show up much, but moments are pretty funny,
such as when a Welshman can't get into a London pub because of midday closure and he decries "your Saxon laws."
  10:52am Brian n UK:

Yes, but he seems to have disappeared off the scene. What has he done in the last decade or so?
  10:53am Brian n UK:

@ still b/p That's rich from a welshman. They only opened their pubs in the north on Sundays two decades ago.
  10:55am maja:

@ Iliane. Wow 30 years! what did you study?
  10:55am Chris from DC:

Still bummed I couldn't make it to Whitehorse the other night.
  10:56am Brian n UK:

Sorry Cecile just realised that I gave a politicians answer by not answering your question. Liked his early things Gregory's Gril (the well known typing error) Local Hero thought he lost some momentum.
  10:57am Cecile:

I liked Breaking In, Brian, and it holds up well. I think he got bitter toward the end. He hasn't made a movie in nearly 20 years. He's very disgruntled.
  10:58am Brian n UK:

Is it that long.
  10:58am Cecile:

I really miss the guy. I wish HBO or someone would give him a few mil to make a modest film.

If I win the $100 million lottery, that's what I plan to do, at least.
  10:59am Carmichael:

I'd give all my money to Reverend Larry.
  10:59am Brian n UK:

I really like Andrea Arnold, also from Scotland. Try Red Road for size. A talent.
  11:00am Cecile:

Yeah, I think Being Human was 93 or so. That's what broke him. The directors version of it is supposed to be great, but it got butchered and named one of the worst movies of the year.
  11:00am still b/p:

Brian -- Who among us, at an eagerly thirsty time, meets obstructors with fair argument?
  11:01am Cecile:

I will, Brian! I was looking at the Brit film institute's top british films and was surprised at how many I'd seen. Probably more than AFI's top 100. *embarrassed.*
  11:02am Brian n UK:

b/p So true. We have the First World War to thank for our arcane licencing laws.
  11:04am Brian n UK:

Cecile that's just having a wide view.
  11:05am Iliana:

@maja Anthropology! However- that amount of time is just for a BA! Damn the private academy.
  11:06am still b/p:

We have vestigial Puritanism, among other things, to thank for some of ours.
  11:06am Brian n UK:

This is the great thing about FMU dare I say that folks who listen are aware that there is life outside their own borders.
  11:08am Cecile:

sbp, and Minneapolis, the powerful liquor distribution industry. We can't buy booze on Sunday ,but we can drink it in bars!
  11:08am Emily:

wireless broadcast = awesome!
  11:08am Cecile:

this is true, Emily!
  11:10am Brian n UK:

Sun shining here, better walk the pup. Great show Jason. More SPEECH.
  11:10am Carmichael:

I'm a late bloomer to the world of wireless everything in my home. I must say, it's pretty cool.
  11:11am Cecile:

good talking to you, Brian! happy walking
  11:13am coelacanth:

Are you knockin shit over in there?
  11:13am Parq:

Whew! Heard the Husker and thought "Damn, Joe B's on, it's noon already??"
  11:14am Dead Corporate Eyes:

haven't heard this for over 10 years!
  11:17am Nate in Detroit:

Best censoring ever on that Husker Du track. If it's gotta happen, it might as well be fun :)
  11:19am Mike East:

Loving the show this morning, Jason! Good morning, all.
  11:20am coelacanth:

The control whores never woulda caught it anyway,but it was a beautiful device.
  11:21am Carmichael:

Day full of meetings. Goodbye, cool radio.
  11:22am cool radio:

Bye, Carm. We'll save some fun for you.
  11:27am glenn:

wire. fucking. rawks. still.
  11:27am andymorphic:

wire in toronto friday!!! always a great gig.
  11:28am cool radio:

Great stuff.
  11:30am glenn:

lee's palace. i'll be there.
  11:31am Cecile:

Holy crap. This sounds like Echo and the Bunnymen if they were into the Chocolate Watchband instead of the Doors.
  11:32am saturn:

the show's rulin'!
  11:32am Parq:

What a set! It really was like having Joe's show start early.
  11:32am BSI:

Well spotted, Cecile...
  11:33am Cecile:

Zero Boys came from there.
  11:43am Handsome Harry:

Great groove on this Dumbo Gets Mad track.
  11:46am Iliana:

yess found out about Computer Magic on FMA !
  11:47am Dee:

Good morning. Just made it.
  11:58am Ike:

Me too. Really enjoying this final set.
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