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Options June 6, 2011

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Tuli Kupferberg  Summer Is Comin' In   Options   via YouTube    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Modern Lovers  Road Runner #2   Options Original Modern Lovers  Bomp    0:00:04 (Pop‑up)
Times New Viking  It's A Culture   Options Dancer Equired  Merge    0:02:49 (Pop‑up)
Paul Messis  I Go Walking   Options The Problem With Me  13 O'Clock    0:05:10 (Pop‑up)
The Mantles  Summer Read   Options Pink Information  Mexican Summer    0:09:43 (Pop‑up)
High Wolf  Free Your Energy Field   Options A Guide To Healing 7-inch  Bathetic    0:11:52 (Pop‑up)
Jack Nitzsche  The Lonely Surfer   Options Lux and Ivy's Favorites, v. 3  CD-R    0:17:00 (Pop‑up)
The Fall  Choc-Stock   Options It's The New Thing! The Step Forward Years  Sanctuary/Castle    0:23:46 (Pop‑up)
Dara Puspita  Pantai Pataya   Options 1966-1968  Sublime Frequencies    0:26:15 (Pop‑up)
Peter Stampfel & The Worm All-Stars  Shombolar   Options A Sure Sign Of Something  Acid Soxx    0:29:18 (Pop‑up)
Ralph White  Corrina   Options Trash Fish  Terminus    0:32:06 (Pop‑up)
Thurston Moore  Malheur 6   Options 12 String Meditations for Jack Rose  Vin Du Select Qualitite    0:37:27 (Pop‑up)
Deep Magic  Akhu   Options Sky Haze  Deep Tapes  feat. "In C" performed by Invisible Polytechnic (Junior Aspirin) (backwards)  0:42:11 (Pop‑up)
Jean-Claude Eloy  Banbutsu-No-Ryudo   Options Gaku-No-Michi  Hors Territoires    0:57:41 (Pop‑up)
Heinz Schweisz  Liebe_Gesund   Options Hunger and Liebe  Neue Deutsche Welle  feat. "The Making of Americans, part 1 & 2" by Gertrude Stein (via PennSounds)  1:03:46 (Pop‑up)
Andy Hofle  Arcade Ambiance 1981   Options Arcade Ambience 1981  Good Deal Games  feat. "Ursonate" by Kurt Schwitters performed by Ed Ackerman, Collin Morton (from "Primiti too taa" film)  1:16:14 (Pop‑up)
Greg Davis  excerpts from 14 Locations Along Hunter Creek   Options   CD-R    1:21:12 (Pop‑up)
Fleet Foxes  The Plains/Bitter Dancer   Options Helplessness Blues  Sub Pop    1:23:17 (Pop‑up)
Rodd Keith  How Can A Man Overcome His Heartbroken Pain   Options Do You Know The Difference Between Big Wood And Brush  Bar/None    1:28:47 (Pop‑up)
John Cale  Adelaide   Options Vintage Violence  Columbia    1:46:12 (Pop‑up)
Metrophase  Neobeauty   Options Metrophase 7-inch  Fresh    1:48:23 (Pop‑up)
Oneida  Horizon   Options Absolute II  Brah / Jagjaguwar    1:51:16 (Pop‑up)
Akron/Family  FUJI 2 BMB   Options Ak Bombz  CD-R    2:01:41 (Pop‑up)
Seastones  excerpts   Options 28 November 1973 Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco, CA  via archive.org    2:05:03 (Pop‑up)
Dinosaur Make Out Party!!  Track 9   Options Dinosaur Make Out Party!!  Dolor Del Estamago    2:33:29 (Pop‑up)
Pau Riba  Canco 7a. En Colors   Options Dioptria  Pdi    2:38:08 (Pop‑up)
Roky Erickson and Clementine Hall  Right Track Now   Options Never Ever Land: 83 Texan Nuggets from International Artists Records 1965-1970  Charly    2:49:51 (Pop‑up)
The JuJus  Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying   Options You Treated Me Bad  Feathered Apple    2:52:11 (Pop‑up)
Tall Dwarfs  Think Small   Options Fork Songs  Cloud    2:55:12 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:06am Knile:

Woop woop! On time-ish and will get to listen to most of the show this morning, first time in a while.
  3:08am jj.:

top notch! good evening, knile + others radio-folk.
  3:21am Elwyn:

Hey Everyone,

I don't think I've heard that version of Roadrunner.
  3:25am -> Ming The Merciless <-:

Aaaaaaw, I missed Tuliā€¦ Best Greetings from Berlin / Gernay!
  3:39am jj.:

hallo, ming. 'twas only a 30-second tuli track. and elwyn, that's from the modern lovers demos collection. maybe my fave version.
  3:42am -> Ming The Merciless <-:

Yes, sometimes summer lasts just 30 seconds.
  4:15am american:

The folded track in this # by Gertrude Stein is such an interesting meditation on speech, storytelling & Americanness.
  4:25am an american, pt 2:

Awesome follow-up with those glitches, constructed by a pretty glitchy collage artist (KS). Plus, shout-out to Greg Davis!
  4:28am jj.:

  4:32am an american, the redux,, pt 3:

De nada, Senor of Sound.
  4:44am Knile:

Most laidback comments section I've seen in a while.
  4:46am Knile:

Rile rile rile
  4:50am greysoul:

Who's playing the crazycool blues harp on the Cale tune, Mr. DJ?
  4:58am jj.:

good Q, meester graysoul. uncredited on both the LP + CD, seems like. the band was all session cats like harvey brooks, etc.. whoever the on-call harp player was at columbia c. 1970?
  4:59am greysoul:

HA! Bob!
  5:03am a.m. postscript:

Greysoul! There's a bird outside sing songing its way into this on the 2nd measure, albeit in a slightly more protracted time signature... Got a pretty sweet lilting harmony going until the darn church bells came in & pretty screwed it up.

Catholicism. <sigh>,
  5:15am Knile:

After 15 years of listening to the Dead, I still don't know how I feel about Seastones.
  5:19am greysoul:

And they would ask, "What would Jesus do?"

And I would say unto them, "Lay back and let the birds finish their riffing before coming in heavy on the bells."

It's that simple.
  5:21am jj.:

while the seastones LP is a bit monochromatic, the live sets from '73 & '75 are pretty stellar, i think.
  5:28am a.m., a.m.!:

Right-ee-o, G!

We'll find that scene in the sequel to R. Crumb's Book of Genesis: Real World Applications for Flora, Fauna, Melodies & Jesus.
  5:35am greysoul:

Jeezum - wouldn't that be great?
  5:42am Knile:

On every show, there's one track I want to hear that I miss. This time: Dinosaur makeout party. I blame coworkers.
  5:51am a.m., b.c.:

I just heard from a 7 year old that when the dinosaurs existed, there was no sun. Anybody know whether this could in fact be the case?
  5:53am Knile:

I am interested as to what other beliefs about natural history this 7 year old has. I smell a blog leading to a book deal for the two of you...
  5:54am greysoul:

Thus we have no way of knowing what went down at the party.
  5:56am jj.:

I think the lesson here is that what happens at the dinosaur makeout party stays at the dinosaur makeout party.
  5:57am Knile:

I believe it was Piebald who sang "All you need is dinosaur kisses to start a dinosaur makeout party."
  5:59am ante meridiem dinosaurs:

G: The book can have a big banner obfuscating the front, like they do in sneaky UNOFFICIAL releases. The editor's letter can detail how we got to the project through applying R. Crumb's name to further myth & then simply deflating it with a pun: By laying out bread crumbs from R. "Crumb" into the yonder.

The real question is: how much money are they going to hand over on this.

Knile, maybe that other project will be more lucrative? Other beliefs of the 7 yr old are chronicled with a rootbeer scented pencil. Maybe that is the key.

Anybody want to be involved?
  5:59am greysoul:

"Hold on a sec - I got a scale in my mouth."
  6:14am hamburger / london:

hello! (new schedule out yet?)
  6:15am hamburger / london:

(oh, next week / dumb me)
  4:45pm Paul Messis:

Thanks for playing my track on your show... It means alot to me.... thanks Paul
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