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Options June 7, 2011: Last show for the season!

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
Masta Ace  Music Man   Options Take A Look Around  Cold Chillin  *   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Bertin  Videorecorder   Options 7"  Ole    0:03:17 (Pop‑up)
Sonnenbrandt  Radio   Options kernkrach recordings demo vol 1  Kernkrach    0:06:52 (Pop‑up)
Ikebe Shakedown  Tame the Beats   Options Ikebe Shakedown  Ubiquity  *   0:10:34 (Pop‑up)
David S. Ware / Cooper Moore / William Parker / Muhammad Ali  Passage Wudang   Options Planetary Unknown  Aum Fidelity  *   0:13:57 (Pop‑up)
  It's Legal   Beat Girl (soundtrack)  El  *   0:24:05 (Pop‑up)
Johnny Bucket  Hippie in a Blunder   Options Twisted Tales of the Vinyl Wasteland      0:25:38 (Pop‑up)
April & the Fools  Baby Watch Out   Options Messthetics #108: South Coast D.I.Y. and (Very) Indie Postpunk '77-81 (V/A)  Hyped 2 Death  *   0:28:01 (Pop‑up)
The Reatards  Memphis Blues   Options Teenage Hate  Goner  *   0:29:49 (Pop‑up)
Karp  Shotzie   Options Suplex  K    0:32:14 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
James Tenney 





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Marine  Life in Reverse   Options B9 Bis  LTM    0:43:13 (Pop‑up)
Kris Okotie  Show Me Your Backside   Options Brand New Wayo: Funk, Fast Times & Nigerian Boogie Badness 1979-1983  Comb & Razor    0:43:41 (Pop‑up)
Lata Mangeshkar & Mohd. Rafi  Chadhati Jawani Meri Chal Mastani   Options Caravan  Odeon    0:47:18 (Pop‑up)
Battles  Dominican Fade   Options Gloss Drop  Warp  *   0:51:04 (Pop‑up)
Peret  Si Fulano   Options Achilifunk: Gypsy Soul 1969-1979 (V/A)  Love Monk  *   0:53:10 (Pop‑up)
John Bender  Amalgamelon   Options Pop Surgery  Record Sluts  *   1:02:11 (Pop‑up)
Pacific Express  The Way It Used To Be   Options Afrika Underground  Counterpoint    1:05:13 (Pop‑up)
Carambolage  Bretter, Bretter, Bretter   Options Carambolage      1:08:57 (Pop‑up)
The Slits  FM   Options BBC Sessions  Hux  *   1:11:47 (Pop‑up)
Ghetto Rainbow  Straight Outta Castro (edit)   Options Straight Outta Castro: Greatest Hits 1998-2000 (2011 ghettorainbow.com)      1:20:03 (Pop‑up)
MC Breed  Ain't No Futre in Yo Frontin'   Options MC Breed & DFC      1:21:52 (Pop‑up)
Funtastiklons  Brutales Lied   Options German Punk & New Wave 1978-1984, Vol. 1 (V/A)  Vinyl on Demand  *   1:26:31 (Pop‑up)
Group Doueh  Wazan Doueh   Options Zayna Jumma  Sublime Frequencies  *   1:30:19 (Pop‑up)
Sinn Sisamouth  Srar-em Darng Sroen Sangke   Options Chlangden Vol. 5  Chlangden    1:38:20 (Pop‑up)
Christiane F  Wunderbar   Options Berlin Super 80 (v/a)      1:39:44 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Armando Peraza 





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Mike Pedicin  Burnt Toast and Black Coffee   Options R & B Hipsakers Vol. 2  Vampisoul  *   1:50:34 (Pop‑up)
Father's Children  Who's Gonna Save the World   Options Who's Gonna Save the World  Numero  *   1:51:59 (Pop‑up)
Starlicker  Orange Blossom   Options Double Demon  Delmark  *   1:55:34 (Pop‑up)
Emil Richards  Emerald (May)   Options New Sound Element "Stones"      1:59:21 (Pop‑up)
Angels  Highway E-12   Options Narrow Road to the Interior  Ehse  *   2:01:41 (Pop‑up)
Wadada Leo Smith's Organic  Ritual Purity and Love Part I   Options Heart's Reflections  Cuneiform  *   2:04:45 (Pop‑up)
Frieder Butzman  Wie Zeit Vergeht   Options Wie Zeit Vergeht  Pan-Act  *   2:07:45 (Pop‑up)
Moody & the Deltas  everybody come clap your hands   Options The Red Bird Story  Charly  *   2:20:55 (Pop‑up)
K. Frimpong & His Cubano Fiestas  Adam Nana   Options K. Frimpong & His Cubano Fiestas  Continental  *   2:21:42 (Pop‑up)
Eddie Ray  Wait a Minute   Options An Alternate History of Popular Music (V/A)  Numero  *   2:37:53 (Pop‑up)
Berliner Eins  Smile Like a Sinner   Options Tonite 7"      2:38:19 (Pop‑up)
Deux  Game and Performance   Options Bippp - French Synth Wave 1979-1985      2:41:40 (Pop‑up)
Tonetta  Get it Going   Options Get it Going  Black Tent  *   2:45:08 (Pop‑up)
Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe  Osondi Owendi   Options Highlife Vol. 2  Vampisoul  *   2:55:42 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  12:07am cheri:

goodbye woody i hope you have a wonderful summer,,you'll be terribly missed!!
  12:10am yair yona (tel aviv, Earth):

good morning.
Woody, I noticed you're absent from the new shows schedule - what will I do on Tuesday mornings then?
  12:15am Woody:

Well between the bajillion other DJs, the podcasts, the archives, etc. I think you'll be ok :)
  12:17am Ike:

I advise checking out any Pseu, Liz B., Daniel Blumin, Noise & Syrup, or old Woody archives that you've missed. Among others. I'll probably do that. Or watch the Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

Great show so far tonight Woody!
  12:19am yair yona (tel aviv, Earth):

no! it won't be the same!
but we'll try to keep ourselves together. still, too bad, you WILL be missed man...
  12:21am Ike:

  12:30am Woody:

No response from "It's Legal"!?!?!? Really?!?!

So wrong. so right.
  12:35am yair yona (tel aviv, Earth):

Woody, It's Legal was great, who's behind it?
  12:44am yair yona (tel aviv, Earth):

http://www.cherryred.co.uk/el/artists/johnbarry.php - Beat Girl soundtrack, second in the list
  12:46am Marmalade Kitty:

It's illegalillegalegaleaglelegalegalegal
  1:37am brycepunk:

Man, that Funtastiklons song was awesome. Why is there no "buy now" option for WFMU? 50/50 cut for you and the band, perhaps? Either way, thanks. That was a great track (that I'll never hear again, sadly)
  1:38am Woody:

I think there is some sort of link function on the phone apps, but don't think it works for a french boutique press :)
  1:41am brycepunk:

Yeah, I'm on a desktop mac with no apps, no skills... Maybe I should get some skills. Wanna email me an mp3 of that track and I'll paypal you the cash?
  1:43am Woody:

Hehe... played it off a giant slab of vinyl out of a giant box set called German Punk & Wave. Thing probably runs over $100, but will be out-of-print soon and knowing the audience for this synth stuff, probably in mp3 land.
  1:45am yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

There is a Buy On ITunes button on the iPhone up which is great for countries that have iTunes store available . Believe it Pr not kids, my country doesn't. We can keep a democracy in the middle east but can't have iTunes . The world is unfair
  1:47am brycepunk:

(I searched iTunes but it never heard of this before) It's comforting to know that some day it may live again for me, and the world. I don't know how you all do it... I listen to the station for hours a night, almost always the best music I've ever heard, and 99% of the time bands I've never heard of.
Thanks again.
  1:52am Adam in Portland:

Woody, I'm also going to miss your radio presence this summer. Don't be a stranger!
  1:55am Adam in Portland:

I bought Sun Ra's "Space Probe" this past weekend after hearing that great Moog piece on your show. Thank you, Selectah.
  1:56am ausmanx:

"democracy in the middle east"??? israel??? you've got to be joking. the iTunes situation is symptomatic... your government is more repressive than china
  1:56am Woody:

Bryce, its easy for us, or at least me, thanks to music director Brian Turner for putting together an awesome "new bin".

Thanks Adam, I'll still be subbing here and there... hoping a little break might help new angles on doing the show...
  1:59am Adam in Portland:

Great to hear and yes, a little distance can of course often be great for fresh inspiration.
  2:02am Adam in Portland:

I love that I can count on leaps like Karp to David S. Ware in your shows, in less than ten moves. John Zorn would be proud imo.
  2:04am Woody:

Had to do a talkset after Karp...no where to go but noisier after that! Needed a breather for a sec :)
  2:05am Adam in Portland:

You know it CAN be done and many of us will stick around on WFMU. Hahaha. ;-)
  2:05am Julie:

this is cooool
  2:06am Adam in Portland:

Julie: this IS cool! You ARE cool!
  2:07am Julie:

@Woody New Angles on show=dressing more triangular
  2:07am Julie:

@Adam why thank you! Upstairs it was steamy hot, but down here a few feet from Woody, it's cool in more ways than one.
  2:07am Adam in Portland:

Julie: and crab-walking to work?
  2:08am Julie:

I will refrain from stealing the Angels CD out of his hand.
  2:08am Julie:

@Adam Crabs walk sideways and lobsters walk straight..and me without my Smothers Brothers records
  2:09am Adam in Portland:

I'd like to know your impression of Karp. :-)
  2:10am Adam in Portland:

Hahaha! My mother has a friend who was in a relationship with a young Tommy Smothers.
  2:18am yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

@ausmanx I don't want to spoil the party so I won't answer . I'm just asking myself where you get your insights from
  2:18am yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

Phil Manzanarek
  2:19am Adam in Portland:

I'm still anxiously awaiting that Karp documentary's release, and on a wholly unrelated note, John Herndon's contributions to 5ive Style were bright hot.
  2:20am Adam in Portland:

Hey, Yair, nice to see you!
  2:24am Woody:

Not sure whats up with the Karp doc. I was thinking of 5ive Style the other day. No offense, but those super stiff Chicago post-rock guys weren't meant to play funk :)
  2:25am Yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

Hey Adam - you too man!
  2:28am Adam in Portland:

No offense taken. Haha. But, thank you. I would certainly not compare them in any way to the elasticity of a single member of the JB's, as but one example, but still love their take on it. I saw a pretty hot live show of the band's in 1995. :-)
  2:32am Woody:

A lot of those chicago projects from that era are like that. Guys trying to play dub or krautrock or Morricone or Steve Reich :)
  2:32am Adam in Portland:

I mean, Hamid Drake is my dude, I'm just sayin'.....;-)
  2:34am Woody:

Definitely NOT talkin' bout Hank err Hamid!
  2:36am Adam in Portland:

Now I'm realllllly intrigued. You don't think I lump him in with Post-Rockers, do you? Texts with all their lack of tone. Haha.
  2:38am Woody:

I once was playing Hendrix on the stereo when Hamid was over (roommate was friends with him), and he said he'd been trying to get Ken Vandermark to do Hendrix material with him!
  2:41am Adam in Portland:

I think that deepens my interest in Drake. Thank you for the anecdote. Maybe he simply needed the influence of a Betty Davis-like figure at that time.
  2:41am Yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

I met Hamid in February when he played in Tel Aviv with the mighty Albert Beger. aside from being such a killer drummer (really the best I've ever seen), he's such a gentle soul, always smiling, spreading great vibe around. then we went for drinks after the show and he was the cutest ever.

the next day of that festival, he played in the Nicole Mitchell trio and kicked my ass again.wow.
  2:42am Adam in Portland:

I just hope he loves Ezy Rider as much as I do. Hahaha. J/k. But nit about the love.
  2:43am Adam in Portland:

Wow! Loving all these Hamid Drake tales.
  2:47am Yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

Adam, we also recorded the Beger-Drake show, it will be released. stay tuned..
  2:50am Adam in Portland:

Oooof! I cannot wait!! Please keep me posted?
  2:50am Julie:

I love that Bippp comp
  2:50am Adam in Portland:

I'd throw my email up on here, but probably not a great idea. Haha.
  2:51am Julie:

I like this background music
  2:51am Yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

Adam - I suggest you'd go to Albertbeger.com, sign in to his mailing list. or follow http://www.facebook.com/albertbeger
  2:52am Julie:

@adam no throwing up on the comments board please
  2:53am Adam in Portland:

Thank you so much, Yair! Will do.
  2:53am Yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

is Tony Coulter on that island?
  2:54am Julie:

I wish my show was the circus Woody suggests.
  2:55am Adam in Portland:

Julie: haha. Not even in the spirit of Nick Cave, Cole Alexander, or GG Allin? ;-)
  2:55am ausmanx:

before we close, i get my insights from having been in the West Bank for the last two weeks (and China a lot in the last few years). if you're sitting in Tel Aviv I assume you haven't been there, as most Israelis don't go and aren't interested. which is the problem. if you knew what's going on there...
  2:56am Julie:

@adam maybe in a nightmarey crying clowny kind of way
  2:56am Julie:

Woody we'll miss you! See you in the fall!
  2:56am Woody:

As much as I honestly am interested in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, I don't really think a WFMU playlist comment board is really the best venue to address issues in the Middle East :)
  2:59am Yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

Ausmanx - yea, I was there, during my army service. the situation there is horrible, and it's done by the occupation that should have ended years ago, no doubt about it.

I'm saying that comparing to arab dictatorships around me, where they shoot protests, kill gay people and women are considered to be worse then dogs - Israel is a democracy. this is a totally complex situation and if you want I'll be happy to explain both sides of the conflict for you.
but this is really not something you can point a finger at Israel or at the palestines and blame any of them. they are both to blam, and they are both right in the same time. eventually, it's about rooted mutual fear. and money, like always.
  2:59am Adam in Portland:

Woody: enjoy your pool parties and air bounce castles. Don't fly away. :-)
  3:00am Yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

Woody - I totally agree, I really didn't want to get into this.

have a fun time in your vacation man, you will be missed for all of us I'm sure
  3:05am ausmanx:

and who conducts the occupation? it's the stupid line about "democracy in the middle east" that started the whole thing and is offensive because the occupation is as bad as anything in the Arab world, with Palestinians treated like dogs. and i don't apologise for addressing the subject, even if WFMU would like its comments board to be filled with triviality
  3:14am Woody:

I wasn't gonna address this directly ausmanx, but yes the WFMU comments are trivial. That is because this short stream of comments just doesn't work for real discourse. I can't imagine a fully fleshed out argument being made in the short space of the comment box, and more importantly I can't imagine anyone really thinking about anything actually said here.

The trivial comments about halal food, disco, or whatever do seem more appropriate.

I am sensitive to the topic and think the Said/Barenboim talks might be an interesting window to the intersection of music and the Israeli/Palestinian conflict.
  2:59pm Looms:

Most catchy show. Enjoy your summer, Woody! :)
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