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I never miscue a record. I am punctual, well-prepared, and dislike clutter. Outgoing and helpful, I'm always appropriately dressed. I do not behave erratically and have excellent penmanship. My CD's never skip, and I am in good health. I like all the notes, in any order.

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Options April 8, 2011

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Teo Joling  Kudde   Options Concerts for Eyes  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Teo Joling  Hullie & Zullie   Options Concerts for Eyes  0:03:45 (Pop‑up)
Centipede  [track C2]   Options Septober Energy  0:06:25 (Pop‑up)
Centipede  [track C3]   Options Septober Energy  0:10:07 (Pop‑up)
Anthony Braxton  [track A3]   Options Creative Music 1976  0:18:53 (Pop‑up)
Charles Tyler Ensemble  Children's Music March   Options Voyage From Jericho  0:25:27 (Pop‑up)
Louis Moholo's Viva-La-Black  Woza   Options Louis Moholo's Viva-La-Black  0:31:21 (Pop‑up)
Sun Ra  Hidden Spheres   Options Astro Black  0:36:53 (Pop‑up)
John Carter & Bobby Bradford  The Eye of the Storm   Options Self Determination Music  0:44:17 (Pop‑up)
Mal Waldron  1–3–234   Options Free At Last  1:00:53 (Pop‑up)
Huey Simmons  Things and Beings   Options Burning Spirits  1:05:29 (Pop‑up)
Albert Ayler  Heavenly Home   Options Live in Greenwich Village  1:23:53 (Pop‑up)
Non-Muhal Richard Abrams  Levels and Degrees of Light   Options Levels and Degrees of Light  1:23:58 (Pop‑up)
Toshi Ichiyanagi, Michael Ranta, Takehisa Kosugi  [side B]   Options Improvisation 1975  1:35:20 (Pop‑up)
Philip Corner  at Charlie Morrow Studio   Options Metal Meditations  1:58:35 (Pop‑up)
Peter Van Ryper  [side B]   Options Acoustic Metal Music  2:14:24 (Pop‑up)
Michael Prime  Insect Wavelengths   Options Fructification  2:46:03 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  12:05pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

kudde to you too
  12:05pm Eyes:

We eyes have it!
  12:07pm Nose:

a nose knows
  12:08pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I can picture a marching band going insane on a football field somewhere...
  12:08pm J-Mar:

  12:12pm That Slack Bat:

Ok Bryce, I want some tunes today
  12:13pm still b/p:

Unapologetically otolaryngological here today.
  12:14pm Carmichael:

Something with lots of Triangle in it. Maybe a Triangle solo.
  12:14pm still b/p:

..listening with nose, ears and throat. But not eyes.
  12:16pm Jean Michel Jarre & a Hobo:

Shouldn't we be listening to Maypril Energy at this time of year?
  12:16pm BSI:

Don't gimme no lip, potato chip.
  12:16pm That Slack Bat:

The next track is going to rock, I just know it
  12:17pm state marching band competition:

all supportive mothers and fathers are clearing the bleachers and running for the exit
  12:18pm BSI:

jesus christ!
  12:18pm dc pat fc:

  12:21pm dc pat fc:

guess we should have coordinated our posts, SMBC...
  12:22pm hamburger / london:

  12:23pm hamburger / london:

ohhhh they're going slightly skitzo - happy for them to continue
  12:23pm teepee:

my mind is officially blown
  12:27pm That Slack Bat:

5 minutes more then I'm going
  12:28pm dc pat fc:

see ya Bat
  12:30pm amaier:

oh god i would to turn that last song on during sex
  12:30pm amaier:

love to*
  12:31pm bryce:

you'll need a brocaded polyester waterbed
  12:33pm dc pat fc:

noway, too much slap-back from the waves...
  12:36pm state marching band competition:

might be fun to make love on a trampoline during an earthquake... but maybe not
  12:36pm amaier:

man i've always wanted to throw on some crazy ass free jazz...see how weird things get...bryce thank you for distilling my crazy fantasy into a now 'next time we're doing it' thing.
  12:37pm BSI:

who has carrot cake slap-back?
  12:39pm dc pat fc:

WOZA indeed.
  12:40pm Hugo:

Ah, Moholo! Saw him recently with Circulatione Totale Orchestra, Frode Gjerstad's outfit. Quite a racket!
  12:43pm bryce:

wow!! he's still out and about?
  12:44pm Héctor:

Hello Bryce!
Great show! Energetic music to shape my worktime!
  12:46pm bryce:

yay! :)
  12:47pm Hugo:

He was not the most senior in the band. Bobby Bradford is in the mid-70s?
  12:48pm Héctor:

Braxton, Moholo, Carter¬Bradford...you are making my day! How about some Air or Threadgill?
  1:08pm bryce:

BSI, are you eating? i'm worried about you
  1:08pm bryce:

look at you, you're skin and bones.
  1:09pm dc pat fc:

..and blue.
  1:10pm bob saget:

skin and scones
  1:12pm bryce:

i guess we could just eat bsi's skin
  1:14pm seang:

any Van Halen?
  1:15pm dc pat fc:

I don't want to leave but BSI's blue skin is creeping me out...
  1:17pm bruceleh:

Air or Threadgill?
Nope. Too neo-classical for this set.
  1:19pm Hugo:

Only the bones remain ...
  1:22pm BSI:

mmmmmm....... my fingers reek of onion. and something else I can't quite....... psilocybin?
  1:22pm bryce:

bsi's in my band!
  1:27pm Daniel:

Apparently Things and Beings was recorded the day before they found Ayler in the East River.
  1:31pm That Slack Haw:

the weather was bastard lovely today
  1:33pm Hugo:

If you have the original Delmark release, you'll notice that he was 'only' Richard Abrams.
  1:37pm bryce:

i do & you're right! i'm on autopilot
  1:40pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

well the work is pretty much done. three-plus hours of hangin' out and listening
  1:40pm bryce:


wow....that's true about the huey simmons record. never noticded that
  1:48pm Hugo:

Kosugi! I've got that one. Splendid! I heard Arnold Dreyblatt a couple of weeks back. Anything by him would be welcome.
  1:49pm Joe voltage:

gonna hang out later for Pseu"s show. Hope to sea ewe.
  1:49pm bryce:

yeah, this one's so beautiful. wow, haven't thought of mr. dreyblatt in a while. wonder what he's been up to.
  1:50pm Sea Cow:

Where's the Sea Ewe?
  1:50pm bryce:

JOE! how are you???
  1:51pm Joe voltage:

I'm doing o.k. Just trying to satisfy the state of n.j.
  1:51pm bryce:

god bless you for not being a sea pig, sea cow
  1:52pm Sea Cow:

  1:52pm bryce:

i beg your pardon?
  1:53pm BSI:

Sikh Andy, shall find.
  1:53pm Joe voltage:

the state is a greedy one. Sea ewe in september.
  1:54pm Zoozoo's peddles:

Sea-Monkeys® are a true miracle of nature. They exist in suspended animation inside their tiny eggs for many years. The instant-life crystals, in which the eggs are enclosed, preserve their viability and help to extend still further their un-hatched life span! Sea-Monkeys are real Time-Travelers asleep in biological time capsules for their strange journey into the future!
  1:55pm bryce:

i think you should start small, maybe satisfy denville & see how you feel
  1:56pm marco:

great sounds! 2 more days to Lustmord!!!
  1:56pm Joe voltage:

if you dig sea monkeys. you gotta check out the lung fish. Very cool.
  1:57pm HumanBurger:

Trip out !!!!
  1:57pm marco:

walking catfish?
  1:58pm Hugo:

Dreyblatt has been based in Berlin since the mid-80s. Seems to be doing more visual art these days than music. He brought along what looked like an electrified something or other between a cello and a double bass. He played in a trio setting with guitar and drums and sounded not unlike Tony Conrad with Faust - Outside the Dream Syndicate - for want of a better reference point.
  2:06pm HumanBurger:

ok, stop ringing the bell
  2:08pm fromage lacroix:

got any music that clears up chest/throat infections?
  2:09pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

yeah, I could use some sinus relief music meself
  2:10pm still b/p:

Maybe it's the Angelus they're ringing, and miracle recoveries will ensue all around.
  2:14pm J J:

I want to stand under someone's balcony and serenade them with bells. No way you could deny me.
  2:15pm Quasimodo:

this is a cool tune man
  2:17pm Lurch:

..you rang?
  2:23pm BSI:

Good lord... meeting in 7 minutes and i've still gotta re-shape these tentacles into vaguely human limbs, goddammit....
  2:24pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

the problem, BSI, is going to be keeping your ovipositor hidden
  2:24pm bryce:

rock out with your cloaca out
  2:25pm Cloaca of Invisibility:

No one else needs to see, man.
  2:28pm Looms:

Needed some cool listening, thanks for these tracks.
  2:28pm Butthead:

ha ha...you said semen
  2:30pm BSI:

That was no dewlap, that was my sister.
  2:32pm bryce:

hi, looms!
  2:37pm Hugo:

for whom the bell tolls ...
  2:44pm Marmalade Kitty:

This is quite a wind down. Nice
  2:48pm Looms:

yes, i'm a bit rude today... Tired...
Hi Bryce!
Bonjour Chaton!
Hello fellow listeners!
  2:55pm BSI:

...had to wear the raincoat upside down & backwards to hide the lingering after-effects, but I don't think anyone noticed. Now back to the fun.
  2:56pm Ike:

Speaking of cloaca, here's a favorite of mine:

And I'm digging these insect wavelengths perhaps more than I should.
  2:57pm Hugo:

Static on the Staten Island ferry ...
  2:58pm jojo:

man, this is getting so overplayed
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