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Options June 23, 2011

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
Flipper  Talk's Cheap   Options         0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Reports  Dinamo Cambridge   Options Dinamo Cambridge    cassette  *   0:01:16 (Pop-up)
Battles  Inchworm   Options Gloss Drop  Warp    *   0:14:31 (Pop-up)
Rufo Garrido y Su Banda  Viejos Tiempos   Options Cartagena! Curro Fuentes & the Big Band Cumbia and Descarga Sound of Colombia 1962-72  Soundway    *   0:19:49 (Pop-up)
Don Cherry  Degi-Degi   Options Brown Rice        0:22:00 (Pop-up)
Univeria Zekt  Something's Cast a Spell   Options The Unnamables  Golden Pavilion  reissued Magma-related, download at the Free Music Archive  *   0:28:49 (Pop-up)
Masters Apprentices  Easy to Lie   Options Choice Cuts / A Toast To Panama Red        0:33:18 (Pop-up)
Axis Sova  (I Feel Like) Laying Low   Options 7"  Licking River Records    *   0:37:59 (Pop-up)
The Axemen  Chant no. 9   Options         0:41:27 (Pop-up)

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Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds  Golden Browne   Options Gorilla Rose  In the Red    *   0:52:15 (Pop-up)
Dave Dubowski One Man Band    Song Poems and Vulcans    ???    0:55:12 (Pop-up)
La Big Vic  Heyo (Silver Morning)   Options Actually  Underwater Peoples    *   0:57:11 (Pop-up)
Ike Yard  Beautifully Terrible   Options Nord  phisteria/ modul/ desire  download the opening track at freemusicarchive  *   1:01:53 (Pop-up)
The Magic I.D.  Eric Kicks   Options Sleepless I Feel  Staubgold    *   1:06:21 (Pop-up)
True Widow  Jackyl   Options Ahathhaftcttcote  Kemado    *   1:11:36 (Pop-up)
Ride  Furthest Sense   Options Smile        1:16:52 (Pop-up)
The Colors  West End   Options Rave it up EP        1:19:55 (Pop-up)
Group Doueh  Jagwar Doueh   Options Zayna Jumma  Sublime Frequencies    *   1:31:21 (Pop-up)
Steeleye Span  Alison Gross   Options Parcel of Rogues        1:36:19 (Pop-up)
Fairport Convention  Who Knows Where the Time Goes   Options Ebbets Field 1974  It's About Music    *   1:41:13 (Pop-up)
Barbara & Ernie  For You   Options Prelude To...  Fallout    *   1:48:06 (Pop-up)
Felt  The Palace   Options Let The Snakes Crinkle Their Heads To Death        1:51:01 (Pop-up)
Bruce Haack / The Sound Capsule  IFO   Options IFO / Electric Lucifer / Book III  The Sound Capsule    *   1:52:55 (Pop-up)
Laurel Halo  Aquifer   Options Hour Logic EP      *   1:56:44 (Pop-up)
Ghetto Rainbow  Harvey/MLK   Options Straight Outta Castro: Greatest Hits 1998-2000  ghettorainbow.com    *   2:02:18 (Pop-up)
Vincent Barras & Jacques Demierre  (excerpt)   Options Madam Revue Sonore 1  Edition Heros-Limite    *   2:12:22 (Pop-up)
Kokusai Bunka Shinokai  Kumgai Jun'ya no dan   Options Japanese Traditional Music: Kokusai Bunka Shinokai 1941 (V/A)  Arbiter    *   2:17:29 (Pop-up)
Fe-Mail  Water Music   Options Skylubb fra Haelvete  Important      2:21:02 (Pop-up)
If, Bwana  Bike Boy   Options Moose Y Squirrel  HvEXAS  Free Music Archive
Al Margolis @ Ende Tymes Festival this weekend @ silent Barn
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Oneohtrix Point Never  (exc)   Options Live at Primavera Sound Festival, Barcelona on WFMU May 2011    Free Music Archive's Primavera Sound 2011 collection part 1    2:36:21 (Pop-up)
The Valleys  26   Options The Best Of    Free Music Archive    2:40:47 (Pop-up)
Clare Chase  Aliento/Arrugas (Marcelo Toledo)   Options Aliento  New Focus Recordings  Free Music Archive    2:43:36 (Pop-up)
People Like Us  You've Got To Know   Options This Is Light Music    Free Music Archive  *   2:47:43 (Pop-up)
Gogofski  Chuperlika   Options Music of the Balkans    Free Music Archive  *   2:49:53 (Pop-up)
Bohumir Kryl  Carnival of Venice [Variations de concert sur le Carnaval de Venise]   Options         2:54:36 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  9:05am Cheri Pi:

  9:05am hamburger / london:

ahoy hoy
  9:06am jason:

mornin' hamburger! err afternoon in London. Howdi Cheri Pi! there's a storm a comin here in NJ
  9:09am Cheri Pi:

batten the hatches Jason!
  9:12am BSI:

...you got hatches?
  9:13am Dead Corporate Eyes:

good morning. I woke up with "It's raining, it's pouring" going through my head but in the shower it turned into "Fight for your right to party." what kind of freaking day is this going to be??
  9:13am Bloodbath / Liverpool:

This one runs and runs. I like!
  9:15am BSI:

DCE: I tend to wake up on Thursdays with James Last's Mr.Giant Man in my head. No idea why that might be the case...
  9:16am Brian in UK:

Aftermorning 'all. We had a mother of a storm this time yesterday.
DCE been up all night? I tend to wake up with cotton wool in mine.
  9:17am Brian in UK:

Row row row your boat gently down the stream. Merrily merrily merrily merrily life is but a dream.
  9:23am BSI:

Cheers! Favorite Don Cherry album. And a top ten from anybody.
  9:31am Cheri Pi:

Didn't this Univeria Zekt get us all hot and bothered a few weeks ago?
  9:33am Dead Corporate Eyes:

it's doing it fer me now, Cheri Pi! sick guitar sound.
  9:49am hamburger / london:

I love this faust loop so much, bigga bigga bow, dugga dugga, BEOW BEOW, BEOWH BEEOW :)
  9:51am Bloodbath / Liverpool:

  9:52am βrian:

I think Cartagena = "Carta Heyna," roughly.
  10:06am Cecile:

Hi, Free Speechers! I'm going to be scarce today, but sounds good in here.

Say, Jason, a great Kid Congo track to rediscover is his performance on Khan's "Vaseline". Decadent and yet very innocent at the same time.
  10:07am Cecile:

hamburger, we have cool stormy weather of late. The best things to listen to on the bus are Faust and the Dead C. They both sound like crashing waves.
  10:19am hamburger / london:

fanx Cecile - guess I'll have to check out the Dead C
  10:20am Cecile:

They're massive, atonal and in later works almost inapproachable. Keep listeining, it pays off. My favorite NZ band after The Bats and FOTC.
  10:23am Carmichael:

Good morning Jason and musical argonauts. I'm slaving away also, but will come up for air occasionally. Set looks mui bueno so far.
  10:36am Cecile:

  10:37am Tom G:

Hola Jason!
  10:39am BSI:

Jeez, now with the best-period Steeleye Span: golden playlist, captain.
  10:39am Cecile:

You know it, BSI.
  10:42am BSI:

Their version of King Henry is still the best ever (below the salt LP, if memory serves)
  10:42am jason:

hola Tom G! Just got a call requesting Fairport Convention i had already been planning to play
  10:42am Cecile:

And the title track from Parcel of Rogues is spine-tingling.
  10:43am still b/p:

Every so often, with no apparent cause or cue, I start singing All Around My Hat. Heard it a number of times 35 years ago, but only once or twice since.
  10:43am Carmichael:

Jayz, Jason, you're taking me back in time. If you play Lindisfarne or Brass Monkey, I would have no further reason to live.
  10:44am Cecile:

My husband does, too, sbp. Or the Pentangle, Carm.
  10:44am Tom G:

Haha cool. I don't know that Steeleye record, will check it out!
  10:46am Tom G:

Will also have to check out this Fairport live. Ebbets Field? Can't the NYC one.
  10:49am BSI:

Tom @ 10:44: I'd recommend any of the earliest records up to about '74. Not familiar with mid/latter-day steeleye, but everything up to Now We Are Six is righteous...
  10:50am Cecile:

All Around My Hat is good. After that, it's sketchy.
  10:50am bennett4senate:

yo jason, this is the cut from this barbara and ernie album, imho :)
  10:52am Tom G:

Thanks BSI. For whatever reason they always eluded me, and I even know some of Maddy's solo records.
  10:54am katya:

The relaxed vibe is good for 7AM out west here. Much obliged.
  10:57am john:

Electric Lucifer > Electric Jesus
  10:57am dc pat:

Hey Jason, how'd the gig go?
  10:57am don:

jesus gone clubbin
  10:59am Carmichael:

Hey Katya, are you in the Pacific? Here in NorCal, it's 8:00 AM ... :-)
  11:02am still b/p:

Speaking of the intersection of gettin' divine and gettin' down -- Caught a few minutes of a Soul Train history yesterday. Cedric the Entertainer spoke of customary features of "all" black gatherings -- a prayer and a Soul Train line dance: "Givin' it up for Jesus, then givin' it up for Don Cornelius."
  11:10am northguineahills:

Damn, I missed Fairport, I was in ....ra meeting. grrr
  11:12am john:

is Billy Jam not on the summer schedule??
  11:14am Carmichael:

He is not.
  11:14am don:

  11:14am efd:

Nachum's twitter account is @talljewishradio.

signed, @efd
  11:14am hamburger / london:

ouu french artschools... honestly... :)
  11:15am jason:

thanks @efd!
  11:15am northguineahills:

I really dig tone poetry!
  11:16am john:

damn!!!! he was my last link to what's going on in underground hip hop.. oh well...
  11:19am katya:

Carmichael, send a raft. It was 7 something. Barras and Demierre are reminding me of a French prof who used to stick her fingers in our mouths when we would say "un bon vin blanc."
  11:19am Carmichael:

He'll be back in September. You mean you don't keep up with Fitty Cent?!? :-)
  11:20am Carmichael:

@katya: He he ....
  11:23am john:

no - but i did see blackmoon and the boot camp click at south paw last night!!
  11:27am Cecile:

sbp, being in Ann Arbor/Detroit, more than a few Caucasian gatherings of my acquaintance had the Soul Train Line.
  11:35am still b/p:

All God's/Don's children got the spirit, and I'll be promoting the tradition at a party in a couple of months here in the whitest state in the US. Or maybe that's just talk, 'cuz talk's cheap.
  11:41am Nat the Parker:

this song is melting my speakers right now
  11:45am Ike:

Hey @John -- not your *last* link:
  11:46am northguineahills:

Clare Chase, never heard of her, nice!
  11:48am Mutton:

Nothing better than WFMU on a rainy day!
  11:50am john:

you're right! thanks.. i am usually a daytime listener, so I forgot about this show...
  11:51am katya:

Long live the FMA. Fantastic and diverse set!
  11:52am jason:

yeah Johon what Ike said!

thank you friends/commenters and listeners for lsitening to talk's cheap this morn
  11:55am Ike:

Speaking of which, daytime listeners who dig Jason's show should also check out Daniel Blumin's amazing show:
Of course, that's just one out of many... put in AE as the last two letters in that address for Airborne Event, DR for DJ/rupture's show, etc.
  11:55am jason:

wow, i typed too fast!
  12:00pm hamburger / london:

i cnatype jreally fasdt tooo!!!
  12:01pm Patrick:

peed jeans! i love it!
  2:32am Michael:

Hi, the Dave Dubowski song is "Rich and Famous" from his "Song Poem Hits of 2007" cd. Early Beatles style song.
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