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Options September 3, 2011: Grandpa's Laborious Voyage to Illumination

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Kreidler  Saal   Options Tank  Bureau B  2011      0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Andy Stott  Dark Details   Options Passed Me By  Modern Love  2011      0:07:16 (Pop‑up)
Roman Flugel  Softice   Options Fatty Folders  Dial  2011      0:13:28 (Pop‑up)
Mario Rodrigue  Cristaux Liquides   Options Alchimie  empreintes DIGITALes  1994    straight outta Montreal  0:19:36 (Pop‑up)
Pierre Perret  Gaia, La Terre (Side B)   Options Gaia, La Terre  Self-Released  1987  Cassette    0:29:05 (Pop‑up)
Young Marble Giants  N.I.T.A.   Options Salad Days  Vinyl Japan  2000    comp of early versions recorded at home  0:42:19 (Pop‑up)
Felt  Voyage to Illumination   Options Let The Snakes Crinkle Their Heads To Death  Creation  1986  LP    0:46:34 (Pop‑up)
Mickey Newbury  She Even Woke Me Up To Say Goodbye   Options American Trilogy Box Set  Saint Cecilia Knows / Drag City  2011      0:48:59 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
Bruno Nicolai 
Vento D'Autunno   Options La Coda Dello Scorpione  Digitmovies  2004      0:51:39 (Pop‑up)
D.D.A.A.  Not By Shock   Options V/A: 1992 KK Compilation  KK  1992  LP  aka Déficit des Années Antérieures  1:02:44 (Pop‑up)
RLW  Atmosphäre   Options Pullover  Table of the Elements  1996      1:07:06 (Pop‑up)
Richard Youngs  A Hole in the Earth   Options Amplifying Host  Jagjaguwar  2011  LP    1:12:47 (Pop‑up)
Alexander Ross  Grandfather Paradox Part I   Options Grandfather Paradox  Generations Unlimited  1989  Cassette    1:19:21 (Pop‑up)
Nina Hagen  Erfurt + Gera (Unedited)   Options Berlin 12"  Phonogram  1991  12"  ok, slightly edited...  1:41:40 (Pop‑up)
Christmas  100 Million Flowers   Options V/A: Bands That Could Be God  Conflict  1984  LP    1:44:29 (Pop‑up)
Seesselberg  Eintrachtkreis-Paranoia   Options Synthetik 1  Plate Lunch  2002    '72 track from brothers Seesselberg  1:47:56 (Pop‑up)
Gene Pitney  (1,2,3,4,5,6,7) Count The Days   Options Heartbreaker  Musicor  1968  LP    1:48:48 (Pop‑up)
Rik Rue  Improvisation 2   Options The Pre Glastnost Tapes  Pedestrian Tapes  1991      1:52:01 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
Roberto Nicolosi 
La Goccia D'Acqua   Options I Tre Volti Della Paura (Black Sabbath)  Digitmovies  2009      1:54:46 (Pop‑up)
Decode (5)  Combatme   Options De Nachtloop  Staalplaat  1985  Cassette    2:13:08 (Pop‑up)
Le Forte Four  The Lowest Form of Music   Options V/A: Darker Skratcher  Los Angeles Free Music Society  1980  LP    2:27:59 (Pop‑up)
J.A. Caesar  Jigoku-hen/Haha-koi Gaki   Options Den'en Ni Shisu  Showboat  2002    from Tenjo Sajiki theatre group member Shuji Terayama's '74 Death in the Country soundtrack  2:31:22 (Pop‑up)
Dillard & Clark  So Sad   Options Through the Morning, Through the Night  A&M  1969  LP    2:36:52 (Pop‑up)
P.G. Six  This Song   Options Starry Mind  Drag City  2011      2:40:40 (Pop‑up)
It's Immaterial  Lullaby   Options Fish Waltz EP  Ark/Situation Two  1985  12"    2:43:39 (Pop‑up)
Salamat Sadikova  Ayil Kechi   Options The Voice Of Kyrgyzstan  Frequency Glide  2001      2:49:49 (Pop‑up)
The Jazz Butcher  Big Saturday   Options Bloody Nonsense  Mercury  1986  LP    2:51:57 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
Mario Migliardi 
Matalo! (Chase #4)   Options Matalo! Soundtrack  GDM  2006      2:54:22 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  9:14pm Richard from Venezuela:

Killer start. Good evening Daniel.
  9:17pm D. Blumin:

Hiya Richard! Welcome to the post-Irene return to homebase!
  9:21pm Ike:

This Roman Flugel is great!
  9:22pm 12539:

I'm with Ike on this one.
  9:22pm T-Zero:

Just thinking the same thing, Ike.

Evening Mr Blumin.
  9:23pm T-Zero:

Heh, Roman Flugel seems to be a hit. Perhaps some more? lol
  9:23pm D. Blumin:

I too am with Ike. Good evening, everyone!
  9:24pm ô-Jif:

Bonsoir M. Blumin - sounds grand as always
  9:24pm Shade of Sarge:

Don't forget Lamin Sunday morning, Ike. :-)

Nice opening, dB.
  9:27pm D. Blumin:

Bonsoir, Jif + SoS. Glad to see everyone made it thru the 'cane. (other than the studio A carpet that is...)
  9:33pm ô-Jif:

Well , glad to say -- the 'cane was pretty much nothin' here. Unliike a familial Vermont.
  9:35pm T-Zero:

Your abode make it through undamaged, DB? For myself, I'm too far away to have been affected. Just back to the heat here. But appreciate you guys sucking in all the humidity for a while. ;)
  9:40pm D. Blumin:

Yup, Jif - upstate got hit hard in places. Lotta flooding... which is where I decided to go on vacation BEFORE the hurricane decided to visit.
@ T-Zero - made it with nuthin damaged other than one familial photo that got destroyed by falling blinds... Cracked the frame and punched a hole straight thru a key ancestor!
  9:43pm ô-Jif:

Dan'l - does that mean your vacay got rained out? Hope not, man.
  9:44pm T-Zero:

@DB: Good things made it through ok, but sorry about the ancestor. Painting or photo? Repairable, or anyone else have one to copy?
  9:45pm T-Zero:

Doh. Sorry. You said it was a photo.
  10:02pm Sam-D:

My husband is at FishKill correctional in Beacon NY, and he says WFMU is one of the few things that is keeping him sane in there --He suggested i should listen to your show tonight. He hopes we can be BIG supporters of WFMU once he's home in June 2012. (of course he will have to listen to it streaming up here in CNY)... I just spent 2 days with him and we had WFMU on almost the whole time. :-)
  10:09pm ô-Jif:

Ok - je me casse -- comme toujours thanks for the fine time Mr. Blumin.
  10:12pm JT:

My collection of rare guitar picks was stolen by squirrels.
  10:14pm Raid Agents:

We're from the government, and we're here to help.
  10:17pm D. Blumin:

Man, I'm behind these commentz -
T-Zero, don't you worry - I think the hole might very well be an improvement!
  10:17pm JT:

Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Obama puts Batboy in Gitmo
  10:18pm Gibson Raid:

Gibson had paperwork for the wood they import from India, but the government claims Gibson can't prove that there's no problem with how the wood was sourced.

There have been problems like this in the wood instrument industry for some years now -- even if they try hard to follow all the import laws and cover their asses, the feds claim that there could have been a sourcing issue on the Asian end.
  10:20pm T-Zero:

@DB, Heh, I guess there is a difference between a "key" ancestor and "favored" one lol
  10:23pm D. Blumin:

Sam-D - best of luck to husband D.
  10:24pm D. Blumin:

JT, those damn squirrels at it agin?
  10:24pm RobotBoy:

Not to get too political on this rockin' radio show, but Obama and Friends™ are also breaking campaign promises and raiding medical marijuana joints. Our political system is so busted, and it's both parties who are to blame (the American people aren't totally off the hook either).
  10:28pm G:

Yes, my sister-in-law's niece interviewed with a med-mar place on the west coast early this summer, and turned down the job because the feds keep overriding the state regulations and doing raids.

Partly that's because the feds always want to throw their weight around and intimidate anyone who they think is lower down the food chain, and partly it's so the current administration has *something* it can use to say to moderate voters that they are not really that "radical".
  10:30pm JT:

RobotBoy: "rockin"? If you're not even going to listen to the show troll somewhere else plz.
  10:33pm Sock Puppet:


  10:35pm RobotBoy:

Everyone stay calm! Let's just listen to the rockin' sounds of DJ Blumin, and remember to vote for Rick Perry in 2012. (One of these two statements was meant in seriousness.)
  10:36pm Ike:

Vote Blue Sausage Infant 2012!
  10:37pm 12539:

I'm voting for Roman Flugel and that's final. At least until I hear what Joe McGasko has to play.
  10:38pm D. Blumin:

Whoa - what just happened? I am with Ike agin!
  10:40pm D. Blumin:

12539, I bet JMC is goin' non-stop Flugel tonight!
  10:41pm RobotBoy:

I often wonder how WFMU DJs find all the weird shit they play. A lot comes in through the new bin or whatever, but where do they come up with the rest of it?
  10:41pm D. Blumin:

Hand-delivered by squirrels, RobotBoy!
  10:43pm RobotBoy:

I wonder how squirrels taste. (Yes, I am hungry.) Probably like... rats. How do rats taste? Bueller?
  10:45pm T-Zero:

@DB http://tinyurl.com/3efsk6t
  10:45pm G:

@RB: Experts work at being experts. I'm an expert in a few fields, so I know how it goes. It takes a lot of interest, (eventually, years of) time, and effort. But you still always keep finding new things.
  10:48pm Electric Candle:

greetings...enjoying a radio show after my radio show :-D
  10:50pm matt:

this song legitimately kicks ass
  10:55pm Ike:

What kind of songs illegitimately kick ass? Ones by Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.? Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash? :)
  10:57pm G:

@Ike: The Department of Redundancy Department had its Overemphasis Bureau make matt put "legitimately" in there. Regs.
  10:57pm matt:

Sush Ike youre just a canadian baby hehe
  10:59pm Dustin:

  11:01pm Ike:

For a second, I was legitimately baffled by Matt's comment. I haven't watched S. Park lately. But I'm much happier to be associated w/a Canadian baby whose mouth is so big that it separates his head into two disconnected pieces instead of Ike Turner or a 50s Repub. president.
  11:03pm Miyuki:

Rik Rue reprezent!
  11:09pm matt:

hehehehehe. it's not my fault these bro's vernacular got caught in my noggin.
  11:11pm Electric Candle:

We're discussing all that fits :)
  11:12pm T-Zero:

Irish? Is that what that was? lol

And Pankow? I don't remember either of them (German or Italian)
  11:13pm G:

Everything that fits in the little white box
  11:13pm Electric Candle:

Yes Daniel we're listening.
  11:13pm matt:

ahhahahaha no KEEP TALKING
  11:14pm matt:

keep talking ABOUT TALKING
  11:14pm Electric Candle:

yeah...keep talking...but ditch the accordion music already LOL
  11:14pm matt:

ok now im getting scared
  11:15pm T-Zero:

Snakes. ugh. Lots of water moccasins along the river where I spent my childhood.

And what drugs you on tonight? I want some.
  11:15pm Electric Candle:

matt: i think it was the accordion music...was getting to me as well. everything is fine...
  11:15pm G:

my girlfriend said turn the sound down or she won't be able to sleep, all the "everything's fine"s got her...
  11:17pm G:

she just said, "you want a headset to keep listening?" and I thoughtlessly replied, "no, i'm fine". THEN SHE SCREAMED!!!!!
  11:19pm 12539:

I get scared by people insisting "Everything's fine."
  11:23pm D. Blumin:

Electric Candle, I'm with you!
  11:24pm jelrod:

my wife and I laughed out loud at the "everything's fine"... you are killing it tonight my friend.
  11:25pm D. Blumin:

G, Everything's fine!!!
  11:26pm jelrod:

and I can't believe you played Gene Pitney. That's the THIRD time today I have heard his music. Blumin, did you used to do another radio show a bunch of years ago? I meant to ask you last time I listened.
  11:28pm D. Blumin:

Thx, Jelrod! Yup - when I was a whippersnapper I did a show at WMFO - after that at WNYU.
  11:31pm matt:

  11:31pm D. Blumin:

Man, lookin back at the comments and Dustin - I LOVED Starcastle as a kid! Now that's what I call a game!
  11:32pm matt:

  11:33pm T-Zero:

@12539 http://www.everythings-fine.com/
  11:33pm jelrod:

was NYU 99/00 or so?
  11:34pm matt:

J.A. Caesar what album? bad asssth
  11:34pm ken from seattle:

didn't le forte four do a cover of the speed racer theme ?? .... just tooning and the show looks great.
  11:35pm D. Blumin:

Matt, thx!
  11:37pm matt:

les rel is always a good choice!
  11:40pm matt:

fuck yeah daniel, bring it back to the heart. some good cass mccombs vibes..
  11:44pm D. Blumin:

Yeah, Ken - amongst other hits!
  11:44pm RobotBoy:

This reminds me of R.E.M. a little bit, for some reason.
  11:47pm D. Blumin:

Yup, Jelrod - was there then!
  11:49pm RobotBoy:

Blumin was rockin' Limp Bizkit and beer kegs back then.
  11:49pm jelrod:

Blumin, I'm just realizing that I listened to you during WNYU days in the afternoons. I worked at an art gallery and we would listen on a little clock radio! You are aging gracefully. You are totally weird.
  11:51pm RobotBoy:

Keep rollin' rollin' rollin'... those beer kegs.
  11:52pm matt:

helll yes this set couldnt get better got like at least 5 albums i will love form this set. THankyou!!!
  11:56pm D. Blumin:

Haha! Yes, Jelrod!!!
Many thx to everyone fer listening!!!
  11:57pm jbm:

I have a special fondness for The Jazz Butcher. I didn't think that many others had even heard of the band, especially in the US... but this is WFMU, isn't it?
  12:02am Mary Wing:

It was U68 not U69, Daniel!
  12:04am Handle:

Daniel "Schooled Buttock" Blumin
  12:06am matt:

yeah that song was a banger
  12:07am RobotBoy:

Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now, Joe.
  12:07am Mary Wing:

No Martin, who does it?
  12:09am Book Club:

We're reading _Sophie's Indecisive_.
  12:11am Book Club:

Streep was born Mary Louise Streep in Summit, New Jersey (1949)
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