Options Inner Ear Detour with David: Playlist from June 3, 2011 Options

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Sounds from the archive of the future, sonic drilling into the past, dissonant rumbling, lyrical melodies, noises (human, animal, mechanical, digital) inscrutable yet honest, desultory but consistent.

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Options June 3, 2011: Driven to Distortion

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Lena Horne  Now!   Options v/a: Black Sabbath: The Secret History of Black-Jewish Relations  Idelsohn Society    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
  I know where I'm going (film dialogue)     No label    0:07:55 (Pop‑up)
The Mills Brothers  Beaver   Options 7"  Dot    0:09:14 (Pop‑up)
Joe Brown's Alabama Band  Sal-o-may   Options 78  Black Swan  Black Swan, 1922?  0:11:49 (Pop‑up)
  Noise, the new pollutant     No label  1967 FILM BY NATL. EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION  0:14:55 (Pop‑up)
Stanley Schumacher and the Music Now Ensemble  Bad Diversity   Options Sound Textures  Musikmacher  fea. Ricardo Arias on balloons  0:15:20 (Pop‑up)
Flat Earth Society  Spooks   Options The Armstrong Mutations  Zonk    0:20:03 (Pop‑up)
  Noise, the new pollutant     No label    0:23:36 (Pop‑up)
Brion Gysin  Stop Smoking   Options Self-Portrait Jumping  Made To Measure    0:25:47 (Pop‑up)
Climax Golden Twins  ...An Aural Picture Postcard   Options Climax Golden Twins  Conspiracy    0:36:51 (Pop‑up)
  Noise, the new pollutant     No label    0:46:37 (Pop‑up)
Climax Golden Twins  ...An Aural Picture Postcard   Options Climax Golden Twins  Conspiracy    0:46:41 (Pop‑up)
Phillip K. Bimstein  Garland Hirschi's Cows   Options v/a: Miniatures 2  Cherry Red    0:48:29 (Pop‑up)
Marcus Schmickler  Hypercubist Pareto Dist   Options Palace of Marvels (Queered Pitch)  Editions Mego    0:50:32 (Pop‑up)
Anne-James Chaton  Événement No 23 Vendredi 26 Juin 2009   Options Evenements 09  Raster-Noton    0:52:13 (Pop‑up)
Phyllis Chen  Carousel   Options Mesmers  No label    0:56:36 (Pop‑up)
James Tenney  Spectral CANON for CONLON Nancarrow (excerpt)   Options v/a: The Player Piano Project  Vera Ikon    1:05:39 (Pop‑up)
Conlon Nancarrow  Study for Player Piano #25   Options Studies for the Player Piano  Wergo    1:11:32 (Pop‑up)
Conlon Nancarrow  Study for Player Piano #33   Options Studies for the Player Piano  Wergo    1:17:20 (Pop‑up)
Brian Current  Banjo/Continuum   Options v/a: The Player Piano Project  Vera Ikon    1:23:31 (Pop‑up)
Henry Flynt  stereo piano (1978)   Options Glissando No. 1  Recorded    1:25:43 (Pop‑up)
  Noise, the new pollutant     No label    1:32:38 (Pop‑up)
Jane Campion  Passionless Moments   Options v/a: Miniatures 2  Cherry Red    1:32:50 (Pop‑up)
John Morton  The Parting   Options v/a: 25 Years of New York New Music  Innova    1:33:57 (Pop‑up)
David Toop  Do the Bathosphere   Options New and Rediscovered Musical Instruments  Obscure  Obscure, no. 4  1:38:46 (Pop‑up)
David Simons  CIPHER   Options v/a: 25 Years of New York New Music  Innova    1:40:56 (Pop‑up)
  Noise, the new pollutant     No label    1:44:43 (Pop‑up)
Ensemble Modern / Maurico Kagel  Con moto   Options Variété  Montaigne    1:46:52 (Pop‑up)
Nick Cave  The Ship Song   Options Live Seeds  Mute    1:58:52 (Pop‑up)
Charlie Rich  Mohair Sam   Options The Complete Smash Sessions  Polygram    2:03:02 (Pop‑up)
Dawn Culbertson  Hot For Teacher   Options Return of the Evil Pappy Twin  Silvox    2:05:02 (Pop‑up)
The Rolling Stones  Gimme Shelter (isolated vocals)   Options   No label  via dangerousminds.net  2:08:13 (Pop‑up)
Annette Peacock  I'm the One   Options I'm the One  Ironic    2:11:33 (Pop‑up)
Jacques Tati  Jour de Fete   Options Jacques Tati: Sonorama!  Naive  vox: Lucienne Lefebvre  2:18:42 (Pop‑up)
Johnny Credit  Hello, I'm Johnny Credit   Options v/a: Plantation Gold - The Mad Genius of Shelby S. Singleton Jr. and Plantation/SSS Records 1967-1976  Omni Recording Corporation    2:20:53 (Pop‑up)
Sandra Rhodes  Sowed Love and Reaped the Heartache   Options v/a: Country Got Soul vol. 2  Casual    2:24:07 (Pop‑up)
Linda Ronstadt  I Believe in You   Options Don't Cry Now  Asylum Records    2:27:07 (Pop‑up)
Dr. John  Storm Warning   Options Medical School: The Early Sessions Of Mac "Dr. John" Rebennack  Music Club    2:35:21 (Pop‑up)
The 5 Royales  You Didn't Learn It at Home   Options 7"  King    2:38:39 (Pop‑up)
Shirley Ellis  That's What the Nitty Gritty Is   Options The Complete Congress Recordings  Connoisseur Collection    2:40:56 (Pop‑up)
Swamp Dogg  Buzzard Luck   Options It's All Good: Singles Collection 1963-89  Kent    2:43:01 (Pop‑up)
Sun City Girls  Rookoobay   Options Live at the Sit & Spin, Seattle, May 17 2002  Abduction    2:50:47 (Pop‑up)
Caetano Veloso  Sem cais   Options Zii e Zie  Nonesuch    2:55:00 (Pop‑up)
Klause Schulze  Die Kultpumpe   Options La Vie Electronique 1  SPV    2:58:33 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  12:07pm Parq:

Vey ist mir. Whatever that means.
  12:07pm pierre:

Bonjour, time pour le Inner Ear Detour !
Bonjours listeners !
  12:08pm Cecile:

Hi, David!
  12:09pm Ike:

That's a heck of a compilation album title there.
  12:12pm Marmalade Kitty:

aah, ChArTrEuSe! for the colour blind ;)
  12:13pm Cecile:

That dynamic is almost as great as soul singers singing country. Or singing the Bee Gees.
  12:15pm Ike:

Did I hear DJ Wm. Berger say something last night about Bryce concert-izing with someone... in Nyack tonight or some such? Or was I having a hypnagogic break with reality?
  12:16pm glenn:

like when whitney houston simultaneously ruined i will always love you and made dolly parton about fifty bajillion dollars in the process?
  12:18pm Inner Ear:

Hi folks -- Nice to see you
  12:18pm glenn:

speaking of whitney, i bought a material c.d. not too long ago and was gobsmacked to find out she sang on it.
  12:20pm still b/p:

Was just commenting here recently that Al Green's version of Bee Gees How Can You Mend A Broken Heart grabbed me when I heard it in a movie.
  12:20pm Wendy del Formaggio:

David! Welcome back to the airwaves. I'm home all day, writing, so I'm happy to have Inner Ear Detour as my musical inspiration. Is this a preview of the summer? Are you coming back on the regular schedule?
  12:21pm john:

What are you writing?
  12:25pm Marmalade Kitty:

David, djya got Kermit the Frogs - It's not easy being green..?
  12:26pm Wendy del Formaggio:

John, I imagine you are asking me, so... I am writing copy for a specialty food distributor's soon-to-be Website. Mostly descriptions of cheese. And LOTS of them. Almost 800 entries.
  12:27pm Looms:

Hello Chaton and all!
Dig the good sounds and spirit (and spooks of course)
  12:29pm john:

Wendy//are you familiar with the Monty Python cheese shop sketch? You might be able to borrow some lines. That's where I learned the word Esurient--
  12:30pm helper:

800 wedges of cheese on the site,
800 wedges of cheese,
You savor a slice
And talk it up nice,
799 wedges of cheese on the site...
  12:32pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

LOL helper! that should take care of it for Wendy, next job PLEASE!
  12:32pm Wendy del Formaggio:

John, who is Monty Python? Sorry. This is my snarky answer to a question I hope to never answer again. ;-)
  12:33pm Basil Fawlty:

Perfectly valid question, if you ask me.
  12:34pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Helper, that's very nice.
  12:34pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Basil, I'll let you answer it, then.
  12:35pm john:

Oh yeah-I just realized your name is cheese related-Sorry--People still rhyme my name with leprecaun and try to sing Big Bad John--I would much prefer Johnny Too Bad--or the Fine Young Cannibals tune-
  12:37pm Wendy del Formaggio:

No harm done, Johnny Too Bad! (great song, it is)
  12:38pm Marmalade Kitty:

Bonjour Looms, comment est tweather en France? Gorgeous ici dans le UK!!
  12:42pm Looms:

@Kitty: same here in Brittany, everybody felt quite lazy at work today, you know, with this big blue sky and heat... But here's the weekend, woohoo!
  12:44pm Basil Fawlty:

Dearest Wendy, i meant your question was perfectly valid. Sorry for the cockup, old thing. Now where is Manuel?
  12:54pm john:

Basil----I just remembered who Manuel was//is.
"Manuel did you bring the luggage up to the room?"
  1:12pm Cecile:

awesome music, David.
  1:14pm Ike:

I concur!
  1:14pm Inner Ear:

Did you know that Conlon Nancarrow fought in the Spanish Civil War as part of the Lincoln Brigade? He was the company trumpeter (or bugler), if memory serves.
  1:14pm john:

I agree-especially now that I put headphones on--
  1:15pm Cecile:

I actually managed to have a DJ sneak some Nancarrow on the public radio station in Marquette as part of the "Request Hour". That'll never happen again...
  1:16pm Howard from NYC:

You've got to get mad! You've got to say, "I'm a human being!"
  1:16pm Marmalade Kitty:

lets kick some Fascist ass, with musical instruments!
  1:17pm john:

.To Howard..."..Just leave me alone with my tv and my toaster and my steet belted radials ..."
  1:18pm Ike:

Someone let Bryce out of the stocks in Nyack!
  1:20pm still b/p:


  1:21pm Marmalade Kitty:

piano cacophany, the bluuue meaniiiies-ahh!!
  1:27pm Marmalade Kitty:

that was awesome!
  1:31pm Kenzo:

Hey, cool, nice to hear you around for a change, David!
  1:32pm Marmalade Kitty:

Fred and Sergeant Pepper Aahahahaha!!
  1:33pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

  1:33pm ?:

Damned CD!!! :)
  1:34pm c.d. inventor:

i guarantee they'll never skip. never.
  1:34pm Kenzo:

Wow, Garland Hirschi's Cows! I used that in one of my favorite shows, on 9/17/97!
  1:34pm fleep:

Blowing out chinchilla eardrums -- for science!
  1:34pm Marmalade Kitty:

Check it!!
  1:39pm c.d. inventor's father:

Don't trust my son, go to gigs!
  1:40pm c.d. inventor:

(he drinks, you know.)
  1:43pm Uncle 8 track--:

Don't trust my brother or nephew--
  1:43pm Marmalade Kitty:

wfmu listeners, willingly subjected to musical experimentation.. All the weird shit man, I blame the drugs!
  1:44pm Up High:

  1:45pm The Drugs:

Like you could help yourself.
  1:46pm john:

I hear colors and the colors are gravel---
  1:49pm chinchilla:

Been dazed and misused for so long..
  1:51pm guinea pig:

i hear you, brother.
  1:57pm white bunny rabbit:

testing eyeliner is the worst
  1:59pm Washoe:

Some days, I don't WANT to talk...and that should be okay.
  2:02pm Laika:

"Go for a ride? Go for a ride"..they says. F-ers.
  2:02pm john:

--Hey what do you guys want to do after the show? Should me meet for matzoh ball soup at Odessa?
  2:03pm Richard from Venezuela:

Greetings to David and all the listeners.
  2:05pm white bunny rabbit:

only if it has carrots in it.
  2:06pm Cecile:

cute, but the drums are most of Hot for Teacher.
  2:08pm David Lee Roth:

I don't feel tardy.
  2:08pm Swami:

This has been getting a bit o' play on FMU. Not that it is a bad thing. A lil' Halen never hurt no one.
  2:09pm Swami:

Thanks Richard, back at ya.
  2:09pm Cecile:

hola, richard!
  2:09pm john:

---DLR--where is that quote from?---Cheech and Chong? Fast Times? dang it--it's on the tip of my brain--
  2:10pm Richard from Venezuela:

Hola Cecile.
  2:10pm DLR:

I live my life like there's no tomorrow.
  2:11pm David Lee Roth:

Hot for Teacher, dude. The shit I say in between songs is half the beauty of that epic monster of a song.
  2:11pm Cecile:

Merrie Clayton is my spirit animal
  2:13pm Buddha:

@DLR: you're on the right path
  2:17pm Marmalade Kitty:

Some impressive isolated vocals here!
  2:18pm Looms:

Goodness yes!
  2:19pm Marmalade Kitty:

I meant there, but in a German accent, here does sound better
  2:22pm Marmalade Kitty:

A french Waltz, love!!
  2:29pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

actually a pretty decent version!
  2:30pm Das:

I'm loving this show, please come and live in my inner ear.
  2:38pm Marmalade Kitty:

scott tanja kirsten and Kriss, are all locked away in a dark wfmu cuboard room with limited water supply and only a chink of light, slaving away in the sweat shop for you people!!
  2:39pm john:

I didn't know Dr. John wrote the Benny Hill theme song?
  2:40pm john:

ooops accidental question mark--
  2:46pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I thought he was saying "Balls of Love"
  2:46pm tim:

actually captain beefheart (along with toni tenille) wrote the benny hill theme song
  2:52pm Marmalade Kitty:

They were buddies, wowha !!
  2:54pm john:

...and Lester Young played the sax part...
  2:59pm Looms:

Thanks for this joyful freeform show!
  3:10pm Parq:

I was distracted, so excuse that this post is after the show is over. Great to have you here again, as always.
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