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Options August 8, 2011: Perpetual Sunshine

Album Cover It's summertime, and the sun is always shining. Always.

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Psych Organ
King Khan & the Shrines  Take a Little Bit   Options What Is?!  0:03:01 (Pop‑up)
Los Gatos Negros  Hey, Hey Bunny   Options Sensacional Soul - 32 Groovy Spanish Soul & Funk Stompers 1965/1972  0:04:51 (Pop‑up)
Roberto Conrado  Omnifarius   Options Collection: Flipper Psychout: Original Italian Library Music  0:07:45 (Pop‑up)
The Psychedelic Aliens  Blofonyobi Wo Atale   Options Psycho African Beat  0:10:10 (Pop‑up)
Team 4  Ich Hab' Ihr ins Gesight Gesehen   Options Collection: Behind the Iron Curtain  0:13:10 (Pop‑up)
Mark Ronson & the Business International  Bang Bang Bang   Options Record Collection  0:16:32 (Pop‑up)
Stereophonic Space Sound Unlimited  La Fille Dans le Train   Options The Spooky Sound Sessions  0:20:23 (Pop‑up)
Kristeen Young  V The Volcanic   Options V The Volcanic  0:22:55 (Pop‑up)
The Diplomats of Solid Sound  I Can`t Wait For Your Love (Pistol Allen)   Options What Goes Around Comes Around  0:26:23 (Pop‑up)
Contemplate This!
Faunts  Das Malefitz   Options Feel.Love.Thinking.Of.  0:33:16 (Pop‑up)
Tape  Hotels   Options Revelationes  0:37:24 (Pop‑up)
Vetiver  Hard to Break   Options The Errant Charm  0:40:03 (Pop‑up)
Timmy Tumble  Curtain Call   Options The Prynce of Ypsilanti  0:44:06 (Pop‑up)
Kids on a Crime Spree  Dead Ripe   Options We Love You So Bad  0:46:19 (Pop‑up)
P.G. Six  This Song   Options Starry Mind  0:48:57 (Pop‑up)
Keren Ann  My Name Is Trouble   Options 101  0:52:09 (Pop‑up)
  Track 16   Soundtrack: Mothra  0:58:30 (Pop‑up)
Arterial Red  Out of the Picture   Options Collection: Quit Having Fun  0:59:14 (Pop‑up)
Amedeo Tommasi  Suspense Magico No 1   Options Collection: Flipper Psychout: Original Italian Library Music  1:03:30 (Pop‑up)
Martial Solal  New York Herald Tribune   Options Collection: La Nouvelle Vague: Films of the French New Wave  1:05:17 (Pop‑up)
Mr. Dark Keys  Style is the Answer   Options 50/50  1:06:42 (Pop‑up)
Ultrasonic Joy Joy  Not Quite Right   Options 50/50  1:07:32 (Pop‑up)
Ennio Morricone  Macchie Solari   Options Soundtrack: Macchie Solari  1:08:18 (Pop‑up)
Dysphonix  Dysphonix' Acid Syphon Remix   Options Trail of Funk: Gaia 13 Remixes  1:09:55 (Pop‑up)
Crimson Shadows  Even I Tell Lies   Options Collection: A Real Cool Time Revisited: Swedish Punk, Pop, and Garage Rock, 1982-1989  1:16:56 (Pop‑up)
Giant Squid
The Ladybug Transistor  Fallen and Falling   Options Clutching Stems  1:23:55 (Pop‑up)
Fountains of Wayne  A Dip in the Ocean   Options Sky Full of Holes  1:27:00 (Pop‑up)
Laura Cantrell  Poison In Your Heart   Options Kitty Wells Dresses: Songs of the Queen of Country Music  1:32:38 (Pop‑up)
Robert Ellis  No Fun   Options Photographs  1:35:02 (Pop‑up)
People Like Us  Stuck in the U.S.S.R.   Options Welcome Abroad  1:38:16 (Pop‑up)
Ethan Persoff  Is Something Bothering You?   Options Forty Minutes Forty Memories (1999)  1:39:00 (Pop‑up)
Sloan  Unkind   Options The Double Cross  1:42:07 (Pop‑up)
Low  Done   Options C'mon  1:46:07 (Pop‑up)
Sonny & The Sunsets  Pretend You Love Me   Options Hit After Hit  1:48:56 (Pop‑up)
Smithereens  Bring Back the One I Love   Options 2011  1:51:42 (Pop‑up)
Mitchell & Webb  Numberwang   Options   1:57:07 (Pop‑up)
Necronomikon Quartett  Song of Tomorrow   Options Input  1:58:15 (Pop‑up)
Cynthia Santiglia with the Thrillingtons  Eat at Home   Options Collection: TOM: A Best Show Tribute to RAM  2:01:22 (Pop‑up)
The Judy's  Right Down The Line   Options Washarama  2:04:42 (Pop‑up)
Yelle  J'ai Bu   Options Safari Disco Club  2:05:52 (Pop‑up)
The Silos  Never Lost The Sunshine   Options Florizona  2:08:58 (Pop‑up)
Doug Gillard  Sun Glow (They Don't Know)   Options Call from Restricted  2:11:54 (Pop‑up)
Thomas Function  Winter Gray   Options Celebration!  2:15:10 (Pop‑up)
Orchestral Song Cycle
The Left Banke  Desirée   Options The Left Banke Too  2:20:30 (Pop‑up)
Brown Recluse  Statue Garden   Options Evening Tapestry  2:23:20 (Pop‑up)
Richard X. Heyman  Going For Baroque   Options And Other Stories  2:26:26 (Pop‑up)
Joseph Payne  Sonata in C minor for Harpsichord (Scarlatti)   Options Thirty Sonatas for the Harpsichord  2:30:27 (Pop‑up)
Lydia Kavina  "Spellbound" Concerto   Options Spellbound!  2:33:15 (Pop‑up)
Nat Baldwin  A Little Lost   Options People Changes  2:39:19 (Pop‑up)
Apocalyptica  M.B.   Options Inquisition Symphony  2:42:34 (Pop‑up)
Wagon Christ  Piano Playa Hata   Options Tally Ho!  2:46:30 (Pop‑up)
Alec K Refearn and the Seizures  Rise   Options Exterminating Angel  2:51:25 (Pop‑up)
  Pray with Me   Soundtrack: Mothra  2:55:55 (Pop‑up)
  Bryggar-Antes Polka     2:57:13 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  12:06pm david from ks.:

  12:09pm PGB:

Yay, David! Checking in from KS!
  12:11pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

sometimes I just want to punch that sun
  12:12pm BSI:

stupid sun.
  12:12pm PGB:

It's getting closer every day. We'll all have a chance soon.
  12:12pm Ike:

ARRRGH! PATH train rage! Hey locals, did you hear about the scum-slurping weasel-pigs proposing 57%+ fare increases for the PATH? Came out of nowhere, right? Clearly they're trying to sneak this into effect by Sept. while a lot of ppl are out of town during the required public hearings.
  12:13pm PGB:

Ike, that was my plan all along. Shhhh. Don't give it away!
  12:15pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

haha! I just won tickets to an Indians game because I knew which creature has the largest eyes. My vast store of useless knowledge is not so useless after all.
  12:18pm Mike East:

What's the answer, DCE?
  12:20pm Richard from Venezuela:

Greetings PGB and all the listeners.
  12:22pm PGB:

Hey, Richard!
  12:23pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

the Giant Squid, of course! I think I just saw something on PBS about it not too long ago.
  12:25pm Mike East:

I was gonna guess blue whale. I love useless knowledge. Thanks for adding to mine. Enjoy the Indians game!
  12:26pm BSI:

Didn't Vonnegut coin such things "square turds of knowledge"? Or was that Schopenhauer?
  12:29pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

no idea, BSI, but I am going to use that for a song title either way!
  12:33pm Julie:

yay Kristeen!
  12:34pm Ike:

Please feed Port Authority weasel-pig administrators to aforementioned giant squid.
  12:36pm GIANT SQUID:

I accept your donation.
  12:38pm fxo:

howzit goin?
  12:41pm PGB:

FXO! No disasters yet. Trying different things. Air conditioning working. Couldn't be better!
  12:43pm Julie:

Hey there FXO! Yay for AC in the studio!
  12:45pm fxo:

Cool, I'll take it.
Yo Julie.
  12:46pm Julie:

FXO, PGB, even IKE.. I need a three-letter moniker perhaps
  12:48pm PGB:

And don't forget TKF, MAC, and RSM!
  12:51pm Julie:

Yay for PG six! He's such a nice guy
  12:53pm Ike:

Dear Giant Squid:
Please digest them thoroughly. If you do, I will shout "all hail the giant squid!" on the PATH train every morning.

Grateful PATH Train Commuter
  12:54pm Julie:

I think PATH is still the cheapest way to NJ no? I'm not sure about the NJT buses
  12:56pm Ike:

The proposal would raise the single-ride PATH price from $1.75 to $2.75. Not sure about buses. They rarely follow similar routes, so they're not proper competition anyway.
  1:00pm Steve:

Great work PGB! I've been loking forward to your fill-in
  1:01pm cheri:

greetings pgb & julie,,,i hope you have a wonderful show later tonight julie!!
  1:12pm Matt from Springfield:

Sounding great PGB--and All Over The Map!
I'm a geographer--I should know!
  1:12pm frenchee:

agh, curses on the PATH squids. I bet they're proposing $2.75 so that the riders will feel all victorious when it's "only" raised to 2.50 or so.
PGB, nice tunes so far.
  1:14pm Julie:

Maybe we could ride a squid across the Hudson river?
  1:14pm PGB:

Thanks, Matt and frenchee...All Over the Map...that either means wonderful variety...or an inability to focus.
  1:15pm PGB:

I'd pay more than $2.50 for a giant squid ride!
  1:15pm Julie:

Inability to focus! That's me!
  1:16pm Matt from Springfield:

@Julie: Let's ride calamari squid. That way we can have a delicious snack at their retirement parties!
  1:17pm Ike:

Hey Frenchee, I bet that's EXACTLY what they're going to do. That's the usual scam.
  1:18pm cheri:

i'll see you all soon,,bye for now pgb & julie.
  1:18pm Julie:

and I'm off..thanks PGB
  1:19pm PGB:

Bye! Irene will be back next week!
  1:19pm Matt from Springfield:

I'll see you tonight Julie!
  1:20pm Matt from Springfield:

@PGB: Just out of curiosity, is the band "Pink Champagne" listed anywhere on that Swedish comp?
  1:22pm Looms:

That was a fine set.
  1:27pm PGB:

Thanks. Sometimes I actually have someone record the announcements for the French tunes...not today!
  1:30pm Looms:

  1:32pm carol bannerman:

WHADDA' GREAT SHOW! MARVELOUS MUSIC! Thank you for saving the airwaves!
  1:33pm Matt from Springfield:

PSAs!! Bless your heart! It's not just Joe McG who's doing them!
  1:36pm PGB:

@Matt from Springfield: I'll have to get back to on that one. That CD was released back into the new bin and is swimming there.
  1:37pm Bradd in Spokane:

Great show. I fondly remember your "Unpopular Music" show from years back.
  1:38pm Matt from Springfield:

@PGB: No prob. Back in the wild, we'll just have to wait for another New Bin spotting.
  1:39pm Ike:

If I start a Campaign to Feed the Port Authority Officials to the Giant Squid, can I get my PSA read on FMU? Pretty please? (Seriously though, if there's no such thing as a PATH commuter version of the Straphangers Campaign, then... hmmm....)
  1:42pm Matt from Springfield:

"Port Authority Officials can take your money by raising rates without you knowing about it. Always secure your change in a safe, inner pocket, and be sure to feed the officials to the Giant Squid in the Hudson River before using PATH. This has been a message from the Grateful PATH Commuters League."
  1:44pm Dammit:

This is bs. Fix yr turntable
  1:44pm Mike East:

Ike, if you include NJ Transit bus commuters, I will join your campaign. I got the 50% fare hike last year.
  1:44pm Matt from Springfield:

"While we're at it, might as well throw some mortgage bankers and Goldman Sachs executives in there too."
  1:46pm Matt from Springfield:

This is fantastic Sloan, btw. Great 70s-style power pop!
  1:49pm Ike:

@Mike, that's a whole other set of officials to feed to the giant squid. Although perhaps Chris Christie is the main problem, and he might give the squid indigestion. (Seriously though, I was thinking of a URL with "PATH" in it, but I guess that wouldn't help you... maybe it should be njcommuters dot org or something?)
  1:56pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

@ Matt, I AGREE
  1:57pm Ike:

Sloan -> Low = :)
  2:00pm PGB:

Yep. I can't take credit for Sloan nor Low, but I'll take credit for Sloan -> Low.
  2:01pm Matt from Springfield:

@DCE: About the Sloan, or feeding miscreants to the Giant Squid in a glorious comeuppance? :)
  2:05pm Mike East:

Someone borrowed my RAM tribute a few years back and never returned it. That means he owes me 75 bucks, right?
  2:05pm Matt from Springfield:

RAM TRIBUTE! "Eat At Home" is an underrated classic.

Also, the "Necronomikon Quartett" song is rather upbeat, for a band of that name!
  2:06pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

oh, both, fer sure!
  2:08pm Matt from Springfield:

@Mike East: Normally, if it is still available in the Prize Warehouse. But since the Ram Tribute is probably out of print, I would demand punitive damages; maybe by forking some of his/her CDs over to you!
  2:08pm PGB:

You can look up Necronomikon Quartett at archive.org. They provided today's obligatory kazoo music, and, for that, I thank them.
  2:09pm Matt from Springfield:

@DCE: Ha ha, yes!
@PGB: Excellent--thanks!
  2:10pm Farebox:

@Ike: Think about all those put-upon PATH railworkers whose little babies and vacations in Mazatlan you're supporting. You sound like a heartless Repub or something.
  2:11pm Mike East:

@Matt - yeah, my guess is its out of print. I'll have to settle for memories. That Ted Leo track is the shit! Has the GG Allin tribute been sent out yet?
  2:18pm Dammit:

This is more like it! Don't f with rpms. Gives free-form a bad name.
  2:19pm Chill Pill:

@Dammit: Me--into you.
  2:20pm Matt from Springfield:

@Mike: I have not received it yet. Expect a big, cushioned envelope--a 45 single is part of that.
  2:27pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

this is one brown recluse I wouldn't mind getting bit by. In fact, I think I'm already infected!
  2:28pm BSI:

RPMs are yours to ignore or destroy at leisure. I have spoken.
  2:30pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

and it's eating a hole in my flesh as I type!
  2:30pm J J:

Great show. Every song has flowed into the next perfectly.
  2:31pm Flesh Eating Backmasking:

Paul is dead.
  2:33pm Matt from Springfield:

@PGB: YES!!! Classical on FMU! That is probably the one genre no one seems to play. Scarlatti on the harpsichord is freight trains of awesome--glad you broke the mold!
  2:33pm PGB:

@J J...thanks! It's all in the wrist. (This set is actually a song-cycle...of sorts.)
  2:34pm Julie:

ooooh I love harpsichord
  2:34pm Matt from Springfield:

Flat Baroque and Busted.

There are public stations that play this all day, but why not fit it into these wonderful song-cycles on FMU, when it fits!
  2:35pm Baroque Fan:

I gots me a case of scarlatti fever!
  2:35pm Ike:

@Farebox: You are next to be fed to the giant squid. (Are you replying to my crack about Gov. Fat Bastard? It's well-documented that he has raided PA funds for other projects. I blame PA too, though.)
  2:35pm Matt from Springfield:

@Julie: Fantastic, isn't it! Welcome back!
  2:36pm THE Bruce Dickinson:

@Baroque Fan: And the only cure...is more harpsichord.
  2:36pm Handsome Harry:

God I love this concerto. Classic. This song will be playing in my head as I leave New York in a few weeks for the cornfields of the Middle West.
  2:36pm Julie:

Wow I leave for an hour and we're still talking about Path Squid?
  2:36pm Farebox:

The overwhelming amount of MTA money goes to rail and construction workers. Republicans like you just don't care about them, Ike.
  2:37pm Julie:

I've always been a Well-Tempered Clavier fan myself.
  2:38pm Matt from Springfield:

@Julie: Well-Tempered Clavier...AND Synthesizer fan!

Clearly, PATH fees are a hot button issue up there.
  2:38pm stock market:

hey, pay attention to me, I'm dying over here
  2:40pm T-Zero:

@ Matt from Springfield: Sundays at 8:00pm (New Zealand time) you might like Radio One's 91 FM Western Art Music show.
Station web site: http://www.r1.co.nz/
  2:43pm Barry:

@stock market: I'll be right back on it after the 18th hole.
  2:44pm pete:

nice Arthur Russell cover!
  2:44pm J J:

Not a bad cover. I like to hear how people interpret Arthur Russell songs.
  2:44pm Matt from Springfield:

@T-Zero: I remember you on another board talking about NZ college radio. Thanks for the link--what's on the Western Art Music show?
  2:46pm frenchee:

oooh, I particularly liked the SPELLBOUND theremin music
  2:47pm Ike:

Talking about PA, not MTA, @Farebox.

@Julie, somebody resurrected the squid. I suspect Farebox = Irwin or Irwin proxy. Wants to blame the unions, as usual. This is a topic for Chris T.
  2:47pm Matt from Springfield:

Didn't realize "A Little Lost" was a cover--Arthur Russell wouldn't surprise me though, with his cello.
  2:49pm Matt from Springfield:

@Ike: Well, "Barry" is on the board, that tends to be an Irwin moniker. Ooooh, scary! (That Irwin is secretly on the board? No, that Irwin has nothing better to do than secretly be on the board!)
  2:49pm PGB:

Arthur Russell once surprised me with his cello.
  2:50pm Farebox:

PA, MTA. Same thing, overlapping geographical area. Glad to help you weasel out of the real issue, though -- wanting to cheap out on transit workers over a one-dollar fare rise.
  2:50pm T-Zero:

@Matt: Contemporary 20th century classical usually highlighting the more experimental composers of "traditional" classical, eg Prokofiev for instance.
  2:51pm Ike:

Really digging the Wagon Christ, PGB. Thx. Sorry for political battles on your comments. Go away Irwin. Some of us have to get back to work. I'll let Chris T. tackle this one (hopefully).
  2:55pm Matt from Springfield:

@T-Zero: Excellent, thanks! May be too early (Sunday at 5 am, maybe?) but can always check that out if I'm already up for Joe M and Mary Wing!
  2:58pm Matt from Springfield:

And thanks for an amazing show PGB!
I'm a fan now--hope you can come on again, soon!
  2:59pm Looms:

Nice serpentine show, thank you!
  2:59pm T-Zero:

@Matt: Yeah. It's early for us and unfortunately no archives. Something else I think you'd like is Radio New Zealand Concert — Sound Lounge, it's much more experimental classical. Expect the likes of early 20th century composers such as Olav Fartein Valen's atonal polyphonics, Alvin Curran's use
of electronics and environmental found sounds, Howard Skempton's minimalism, Peter Schat's dodecaphony, and
John Psathas' experimental jazz. It's only on Tuesdays 7pm-midnight NZST.

Check the schedule at: http://www.radionz.co.nz/concert
  2:59pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

bye guy
  3:00pm T-Zero:

@ Matt; Hmm. Not sure about 5am, I think it's around 8am EST.
  3:02pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks again for the recs, T-Zero!
  3:06pm T-Zero:

You're welcome.
  3:12pm PGB:

Thanks everybody! I learned a lot today. People love harpsichords, and which animal has the largest eyes.
  3:14pm PGB:

Here's the info for Dennis Diken's presentation as part of the Jersey Rocks exhibit at the Morris Museum: Saturday August 20 at 8pm in Morristown, NJ. www.morrismuseum.org Tickets are available by phone at 973.971.3706.
  3:21pm Dysphonix:

Thanks for the plai, usualli I spell mi name with a Y....

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