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Options July 28, 2011: w. live music from The Paperhead [10:30 A.M.]

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
Sneakers  Ruby   Options Nonsequitur of Silence  Collector's Choice      0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
The Human Instinct  Idea   Options Stoned Guitar  Sunbeam      0:03:30 (Pop‑up)
Phurpa  The Charge To Action   Options Trowo Phurnag Ceremony  Editions Mego    *   0:07:39 (Pop‑up)
Daniel Higgs  Universal Salutation (Excerpt)   Options Metempsychotic Melodies  Holy Mountain      0:12:14 (Pop‑up)
Charlie McAlister  Desperate Plea Vision   Options Country Creme / Victorian Fog  Feeding Tube    *   0:16:52 (Pop‑up)
P.M.  Toen Borates   Options Pocket Music        0:19:13 (Pop‑up)
You  Magooba   Options Electric Day  Bureau B    *   0:21:47 (Pop‑up)
h.  yo   Options Nevada  Das Andere Selbst  Free Music Archive  *   0:28:35 (Pop‑up)
BL/\CK CEILING  +++   BL/\CK CEILING  Black Lantern Music  Free Music Archive  *   0:32:01 (Pop‑up)
Pixelord  Cheese Freak   Options Fly Russia [V/A]  Error-Broadcast  Free Music Archive    0:44:10 (Pop‑up)
Dirty Beaches  Night City   Options La Station Radar [V/A]  BEKO-DSL  Free Music Archive    0:46:34 (Pop‑up)
Dustdevil & Crow  Chain of Dots Again   Options ... and chiang tzu dreamed that he was me   
Free Music Archive
*   0:50:17 (Pop‑up)
Nmperign + Dörner, Beins  Nmperign + Dörner, Beins E   Options     Free Music Archive Bhob Rainey, Greg Kelley    0:54:21 (Pop‑up)
Possimiste  Star Caesar   Options     Free Music Archive  *   0:57:31 (Pop‑up)
DIY-Note  El Despertar   Options Ruptures    Free Music Archive    1:01:01 (Pop‑up)
Dragon  In The Blue   Options Dragon LP  Golden Pavilion  reissued Belgian 1976
Free Music Archive
*   1:05:38 (Pop‑up)
Voyageurs  Lazy Kiss on a Bus Bench   Options Freak Cave    Free Music Archive  *   1:14:12 (Pop‑up)
Black Math  Part of Me   Options Counterfeit Unrealities  Pan y Rosas  Free Music Archive  *   1:17:39 (Pop‑up)

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1:20:26 (Pop‑up)

The Paperhead live on WFMU

The Paperhead are a group of teenage psychedelics from Nashville TN. Peter (bass/vox), Walker (drums), Ryan (guitar/vox) hit the road for the first time this summer

The Paperhead's self-titled LP on Trouble In Mind, was produced by Jeffrey Novak (Rat Traps, Cheap Time) and also credits a fourth member named Matt with "colors, spiritual advice."

Formerly known as The Looking Glass, The Paperhead previously released a 7" on Nashville's Dead, and a tape on local label Infinity Cat, "Focus In On... The Looking Glass." The sold-out tape has just been reissued on vinyl by Trouble In Mind's TIM Records imprint


The Paperhead  My Time (The Golden Dawn) / Do You Ever Think of Me / I Got Nightmares (Q65)   Options Live on WFMU        1:29:17 (Pop‑up)
The Paperhead  Dear Mr. Vacant / In A Living Swing / Can't keep My Eyes Open   Options Live on WFMU        1:38:49 (Pop‑up)
The Paperhead  talk's cheap interview   Options live at WFMU        1:54:09 (Pop‑up)
The Limiñanas  Je Ne Suis Pas Tres Drogue   Options The Limiñanas  Trouble in Mind      2:01:22 (Pop‑up)
Ilaiyaraaja feat. S.P. Balasubrahmanyam  Vaa! Naailukku Naall   Options Maestro Ilaiyaraaja and the Electronic Pop Sound of Kollywood 1977-1983  Finders Keepers    *   2:04:21 (Pop‑up)
Monument  Stale Flesh   Options The First Monument  Relics  reissued from 1971  *   2:08:11 (Pop‑up)
Miminokoto  Morning Dew, Earth Droplets   Options Morning Dew, Earth Droplets  Plunk's Plan    *   2:11:42 (Pop‑up)
The Cynics  I Need More   Options Spinning Wheel Motel  Get Hip    *   2:12:57 (Pop‑up)
The Heavy Dwarfs  Moedur Natuur   Options Clap Your Hands And Stamp Your Feet: 24 Nederglam Tracks From The Early 70s  Excelsior      2:15:39 (Pop‑up)
Vivian Stanshall  The Question   Options Savage Pencil Presents The Antiquack Dead Duck Selection  Songbook      2:18:02 (Pop‑up)
Walti Huber  Just Now   Options A Sense of Touch  Guerssen      2:21:53 (Pop‑up)
Greenfield Leisure  Sally   Options Single-Mindedness: Tony Coulters 2011 Premium        2:25:33 (Pop‑up)
Piotr Figiel Ensemble  Na złamanie karku   Options Fonoteka 5   
  2:28:01 (Pop‑up)
Dave Cloud & The Gospel of Power  Guy de Maupassant   Options Practice in the Milky Way  Fire    *   2:32:00 (Pop‑up)
unknown  unknown   Options Cambodian Cassette Archives: Khmer Folk & Pop Music Vol. 1  Sublime Frequencies      2:34:10 (Pop‑up)
Laddio Bolocko  Nurser   Options The Life and Times of Laddio Bolocko 2xCD  No Quarter Records  members went on to form Psychic Paramount, playing live on Brian Turner's show August 9th    2:49:42 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:05am jb:

where's the music? nothing on flash or itunes
  9:05am Dead Corporate Eyes:

morning, Jason. My guitar gave up weed.
  9:06am Dead Corporate Eyes:

flash is working fine
  9:06am pierre:

Bonjour Jason !
a live from Paperhead… nice.
  9:07am BSI:

My guitar is still gone on adrenochrome.
  9:12am George:

My guitar ...,something, something. It'll come to me.
  9:13am Dead Corporate Eyes:

I think my guitar is going through a spiritual/new age/crystals phase...it's just not sure what to do next.
  9:13am jason:

welcome! yes live music from The Papearhead at 10:30 am

is the sound comin' thru alright now jb?
  9:14am Guitar:

[gently weeps]
  9:15am George:

No, that's not it. Ummm, - lightly sleeps?
  9:15am Guitar:

[wails loudly]
  9:15am George:

Like tea, steeps?
  9:16am Guitar:

Clapton you ain't.
  9:17am George:

I think I'll ask Eric. I'm sure he's around here someplace.
  9:17am BSI:

"Too much too much, you took too much..."
-- my guitar's attorney
  9:18am Guitar:

His kid's with you.
  9:18am glenn:

  9:23am FZ:

My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama.
  9:25am Dead Corporate Eyes:

fantastic voyage this track YES!!
  9:25am pierre:

i like You
  9:26am BSI:

Whoa. Not familiar with this YOU. The fact that it's on Bureau B suggests it's another great reissue from early '80s, but sounds like it could be a modern forgery....... and a damn good one at that..... who is you?
  9:29am Yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

Hey Jason. Hi everyone. I'm forcing the entire office to listen to the show. appreciate their effort and play them a Merzbow song.
  9:29am Dead Corporate Eyes:

BSI, "you" appear to be correct
  9:31am pierre:

thanks DCE, i like You.
(i'm never gonna get tired of that band name…)
  9:32am Dead Corporate Eyes:

actually a more current link and better downloading service:
  9:33am Yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

That's the spirit
  9:34am jb:

loud and clear now
  9:34am pierre:

"know your conjurer" 's great blogspot.
  9:34am BSI:

Thanks DCE... somehow I missed out on YOU, despite being addicted to that scene since childhood. Had that great Sky label sound. Hastening to yonder download portal, though I'm sure I'll nab the re-issue as well.
  9:34am jb:

bringing me back to the days of synthetic pleasure!
  9:37am Yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

check the FMA link to Black Ceiling. should be http://freemusicarchive.org/search/?quicksearch=BL%2F\CK+CEILING++
the link posted now doesn't lead to their tracks
  9:46am jason:

link should work now, thanks Yair
  9:49am jason:

what's up with bands who have triangles in their name?
  9:50am Crotchety Old Man:

these damned bands today with all their damned symbols. It's just a gimmick! Back in my day, you had a band, and it had a name you could SAY!
  9:51am Yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

what's up with bands who sample When The Levee Breaks drum part?
  9:54am Memphis Minnie:

Yeah, how dare anyone rip Led Zeppelin off?
  9:56am Willie Dixon:

just the thought of it makes me ill!
  9:56am Yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

Probably didn't pay royalties as well!
  9:57am pierre:

(just saw Dirty Beaches two days ago, it was great steamy sweaty hot one man rockabilly… good to finally see him live)
  9:57am Memphis Minnie:

Royalties? What are that? Am I a queen or somethin'?
  9:58am Jack Folmes:

Got lots of them for my song Graced and Abused, that they covered
  10:00am Memphis Minnie:

Must be nice, my man.
  10:05am pierre:

i mean seriously, FMA, how can you be this awesome ?
  10:11am Dead Corporate Eyes:

love this subtle-touch prog
  10:14am FMA:

seriously? it's because i floss regularly.
  10:14am Yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

That Golden Pavilion label, I should be more alert when they release new reissues
  10:15am FMA:

and my boyish good looks don't hurt, either.
  10:18am pierre:

@FMA : i think i should try to start looking a little bit more like you, you eclectic website !
  10:22am FMA:

merci, merci.
  10:25am Johnny Hallyday:

Rock music in France? Non, c'est impossible!
  10:30am pierre:

@Johnny Hallyday : and in Begium ?
  10:31am J-Mar:

Nashville in the house (and on the comment board)!
  10:32am Johnny Hallyday:

Les Belgiques. Paaah. I fart on them.
  10:35am Cheri Pi:

This is just awesome!
  10:36am Cecile:

Good morning, Free Speechers! Digging what I've heard so far.
  10:37am pierre:

@ Johnny Halliday : this is why you left, right ? :)
  10:38am Johnny Hallyday:

That and the alcoholism and everything.
  10:41am Cheri Pi:

Cecile-we had a great time in Houghton! Especially enjoyed the Keweenaw Brewery, Ambassador & family went gaga for the smoked fish place! Thanks again for those recommendations.
  10:42am Cheri Pi:

How are these teens so sophisticated in their choice in the Q65 cover???
  10:43am efd:

Session sounds great, Jason!
  10:44am Cecile:

Excellent! Ambassador is great, ain't it? So simple yet perfect. And the fish place! So very cool.

Well, Nirvana did dig them. Just saying. God bless Kurt and his eclectic taste.
  10:44am Tom G:

Cool set. They've been readin their Ugly Things mags.
  10:44am Cecile:

LOL, tom G. and right on about the sound, efd.
  10:45am Cheri Pi:

We will definitely go there again, the pizza was so crispy and perfect.
  10:46am Cecile:

And you must have their sandwiches - ask for the unfortunately named "dago beef". It's thin sliced roast beef in a marinara sauce on a perfect roll. they don't have it on the menu, but they'll kluge it together for you with pizza sauce.
  10:47am Cecile:

And, you can take your Ambassador pizza over to Keeweenaw. They don't serve food and they are 100% cool with it.
  10:48am glenn:

kluge? is this a cecile -ism?
  10:50am Cheri Pi:

I spent so much money at the brewery, favorite pint was their I.P. Eh- came home with t-shirts, stickers and six packs for all my friends... who knew?
  10:50am Cecile:

No. I learned it from Midwestern engineers.
  10:51am Cecile:

LOL! I love their PickAxe Blonde.

Kluge just kind of means an improvised repair or creation. You can use it like a noun or verb.
  10:53am glenn:

ah. thanks for clearing that up. so, jerry rigging, then?
  10:53am Dead Corporate Eyes:

yes, well, is the g "soft" or "hard"?

  10:56am Cecile:

  10:56am The G:

That's a bit of a personal question, isn't it?
  10:56am Cecile:

glenn - exactly.
  10:57am efd:

I've always heard "kluge" pronounced as a rhyme with "stooge."
  10:58am Cecile:

yep. that's a hard g, isn't it?
  10:59am The G:

No, that would be "guh"
  10:59am Dead Corporate Eyes:

no, that's soft.
  10:59am efd:

I think of a hard g as like the g in "gorilla." For example.

Or, the ratings standard for the Best Show.
  11:00am Cecile:

Okay, so it's a "j" style G then. That's a soft G?

(no linguist, I)
  11:01am efd:

Just to make things more confusing, in the '70s/'80s there was a media mogul named John Kluge, but his name was pronounced "kloo-ghee."
  11:02am glenn:

In order to clear up confusion, he changed his name to rupert murdoch.
  11:03am glenn:

i made that up.
  11:08am Cecile:

-wood is becoming as cliche as -gate.
  11:11am jupe:

thanks for Paperhead live set & interview, Jason. they are a very promising young band
  11:13am glenn:

which reminds me - since bombay is now mumbai, why isn't bollywood called mumblywood?
  11:15am REM:

This one goes out to the one I love
  11:16am Earl Klugh:

You want confusion?
  11:22am Cliche:

If there was a big enough film-industry scandal, they could call it Hollywoodgate.
  11:23am glenn:

oh, cliche.
  11:28am mark:

This Coulter premium is GREAT!
  11:28am J J:

I'm surprised they haven't started renaming or rebranding city names in the US. Or corporate sponsored city names.
  11:31am glenn:

hey, toronto's new mayor wants to sell subway stations off for branding by corporations.
  11:32am glenn:

then again, he's a moron, so........
  11:32am A certain sandwich company:

I like the sound of that: "Subway Station: Eat Fresh"
  11:34am pierre:

love this Dave Cloud & The Gospel of Power ;)
  11:34am don:

awesome -- when ken played "spanky spank" yesterday i couldn't stop laughing about it for hours
  11:34am Dead Corporate Eyes:

yeah, it's only a matter of time until Cleveland becomes Progressive's Cleveland Muni Unit 1.
  11:35am A certain zombie bank:

Hmm, "New York Citibank, NY". Not bad.
  11:37am glenn:

i just found out the other day that margaret thatcher helped develop soft ice cream, so now i have to boycott dairy queen.
  11:38am Liz the Second:

There's only one Dairy Queen in this jurisdiction, and it ain't Maggie.
  11:38am J J:

No one should support any kind of dairy monarchy. Power to the people!
  11:39am Liz the Second:

Milk it, JJ
  11:40am J J:

If I cud, I would.
  11:41am Liz the Second:

MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. See, I really *am* an old cow!
  11:43am glenn:

margaret thatcher est un vache.
  11:44am glenn:

sorry - une.
  11:44am Francophone:

vachement vrai!
  11:45am pierre:

aawww friends
  11:47am Dead Corporate Eyes:

one of the benefits of following the comment board is learning french and french slang
  11:48am glenn:

vrai cela. ha ha.
  11:50am Francophone:

I learned a lot of my French slang from reading the subtitles of Hollywood movies shown on French TV while I was there O:-)
  11:51am glenn:

or is it cela vrai?
  11:52am pierre:

the same for me with american/british slang.
  11:53am pierre:

(@ glenn : you could say, "c'est vrai cela" or "c'est vrai ça" or again just "c'est vrai")
  11:53am glenn:

nouns aren't that difficult. it's everything else that kills me.
  11:53am Francophone:

Yep, definitely works. Just listen for the cool phrases in your native language, and jot down how they did it in the subtitles.
  11:54am pierre:

@ glenn : it kills french to.
  11:56am glenn:

i remember in grade 5, a french canadian family moved to my small town. all the kids failed french. well, and english too.
  11:57am ralf:

great show!
greetings from frankfurt/germany.
  11:57am BSI:

Turned my back for a minute. Came back to this jibbering madness. I approve of this jibbering madness.
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