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Options September 8, 2011: surrounded by buckets.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments New Approx. start time
Wah Wah Watson  Goo Goo Wah Wah   Options Elementary  CBS  1976      0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Ofege  Everybody Feels the Same   Options Last of the Origins  EMI (Nigeria)  1974      0:05:20 (Pop‑up)
Blo  Time to face the sun   Options Chapters and Phases: The Complete Albums 1973-1975  EMI  1972      0:09:27 (Pop‑up)
Scientist  Attack   Options Dub Landing  Starlight Records  1981      0:13:52 (Pop‑up)
Crawling Chaos  Disierta Membra   Options The Gas Chair  Factory Benelux  1980      0:17:45 (Pop‑up)
The Normal  Warm Leatherette   Options Warm Leatherette  mute  1978      0:29:57 (Pop‑up)
Geneva Jacuzzi  Love Caboose   Options lamaze  Vinyl International  2010      0:33:15 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Wilburn Burchette 







0:37:34 (Pop‑up)
Ya Ho Wa 13  One   Options God and Hair  Captain Trip    orig. from God and Hair 1974    0:44:18 (Pop‑up)
Roy Montgomery  pressed bloom   Options Yeti Magazine #11  no label  2011    *   0:51:51 (Pop‑up)
Amen Dunes  Swim Up Behind Me   Options Through Donkey Jaw  Sacred Bones  2011    *   0:59:41 (Pop‑up)
Mind Over Mirrors  Round, Around   Options The Voice Rolling  Digitalis  2011    *   1:03:23 (Pop‑up)
Amon Düül  Asynchron   Options Disaster Luud Noma  BASF  1971      1:08:58 (Pop‑up)
Kalevala  Tamed Indians   Options People No Names  Finnlevy  1972  from Finland    1:16:25 (Pop‑up)
Plankton Wat  Astro Fields   Options Portable Shrines: Magic Sound Theatre Vol. 1  Translinguistic Other/Light in the Attic      *   1:22:43 (Pop‑up)
Tiny Light  Shasta   Options Portable Shrines: Magic Sound Theatre Vol. 1  Translinguistic Other/Light in the Attic      *   1:25:56 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Wilburn Burchette 







1:29:39 (Pop‑up)
Arzachel  Queen St. Gang   Options Arzachel  Piper  1969      1:38:49 (Pop‑up)
Rainman  Vicious Circle   Options Rainman  Pseudonym        1:43:35 (Pop‑up)
Liberal Religious Youth  Accordian Man   Options   no label  1968      1:46:01 (Pop‑up)
Borden, Ferraro, Godin, Halo & Lopatin  People of the Wind pt. 1   Options Borden, Ferraro, Godin, Halo & Lopatin  Frkwys  2011    *   1:56:21 (Pop‑up)
Die Wekpiloten  New Arrangements   Options German Punk & New Wave 1978-1984, Vol. 1 (V/A)  Vinyl on Demand      *   2:07:37 (Pop‑up)
Timmy Tumble  Tonite, i'll Know   Options The Prynce of Ypsilanti  Timmy Tumble Productions  2011    *   2:21:37 (Pop‑up)
The Paperhead  Greeting Hare   Options Focus In On ... the Looking Glass  trouble in mind  2011    *   2:25:10 (Pop‑up)
Moussa Doumbia  Femme d'Aujourd'hui   Options Keleya  Oriki Music  2006      2:31:16 (Pop‑up)
Blackman Akeeb Kareem & His Super Black Borgs  Tomorrow   Options Tomorrow  EMI  1974      2:38:10 (Pop‑up)
Los Comandos  Tema para un adolescente   Options Moby Dick  Odeon  1969      2:41:57 (Pop‑up)
Rainbow Ffolly  Goodbye   Options Sallies Fforth  See For Miles  1998 orig. 1967      2:45:12 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Roland P Young 

Crystal Motions   Options






2:49:23 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:09am Julie:

I'm up too late so I'm listening to Van Laar!
  3:11am fred:

I overslept so I'm listening to Van Laar!
  3:12am MVL:

Alright! Great to see you up with me, Julie. And you as well Fred.
  3:15am hamburger:

I'm in the office early, so I'm listening to Van Laar!
  3:15am Julie:

I don't know how you folks do these 3am shows, I really don't ;)
  3:18am MVL:

They are definitely for masochists
  3:24am Julie:

I am allowing myself six more minutes. Make them count :)
  3:27am MVL:

Well, it is a longer track...
  3:30am Julie:

and it's a good one too :)
  3:31am ausmanx:

i'm working a different shift this week so i'm listening to van llaar for the first time, a mvl virgin, so to speak. is he as aamusing as julie, i wonder?
  3:32am Julie:

Am I amusing?
  3:33am Julie:

Mike does a wonderfully trippy show, he knows all this wonderful stuff I've never heard of. Everything you want in a late night WFMU show. </end rave>
  3:33am MVL:

Thanks Julie....She is far more amusing than me, aus.
  3:34am Julie:

@MVL only in that I am girlier than you, which is appropriate.
  3:35am Julie:

you're not making this easy!
  3:37am ausmanx:

j is TOTALLY amusing, but trippy and girlie are equally cool, i'd say; esp when you're subtitling a singaporean war film in mandarin
  3:37am Julie:

@Aus now THAT sounds cool
  3:37am fred:

Julie, I think the last time I "gave myself six more minutes of WFMU", those stretched well beyond one hour. Consider yourself warned.
  3:39am Julie:

@Fred, right?! a 1mb file is taking forever to upload, so I have an excuse
  3:39am Moon in June:

Hey, MVL, good morning and good tunes as usual! And good morning everyone!
  3:40am Julie:

this is a wonderful complement to warm leatherette
  3:40am fred:

@Julie: that last time may well have been during your show. And I really should be on my way to work right now. Just six more minutes...
  3:42am Julie:

@Fred We at WFMU are wizards of remote hypnosis
  3:42am MVL:

Good Morning Moon in June! great to see everyone here this morning
  3:43am Julie:

I hope things are stayin' dry in there..studio is not terribly rain-friendly
  3:43am ausmanx:

"we want the prosperous city to be more dazzling. we want to share peach with the world", what does that mean, comrades?
  3:47am Julie:

I'm cutting that part of you saying Goo Goo Wah Wah out and playing it every week
  3:48am MVL:

  3:48am ausmanx:

hey mvl, i like the wilburn burchette. i wonder if that's any relation to the great communist journalist, wilfred burchett? also known as Wah Wah...
  3:49am Moon in June:

Yahowa 13 is one of the most underrated band in pop history
  3:49am Julie:

Hey I made the unflappable MVL flap! My day is complete!
  3:51am Julie:

Okay, this is me going..I will pretend to sleep. thanks for a lovely 51 minutes Mike, everyone have a great night/day/rainstorm
  3:52am fred:

Good night Julie
  3:53am MVL:

Night Julie. Thanks for stopping in. @ Moon I agree..such an interesting story YaHoWa was...some amazing music.
  3:56am Moon in June:

It was like Can in L.A
  4:01am fred:

My "six" minutes are up too, thanks for that hour MLV
  4:01am MVL:

Interesting way to put it Moon. I like it. Maybe...Can...with Robes..in L.A...eating an all-vegetarian diet..?
  4:02am MVL:

thanks Fred. Get some rest!
  4:03am Moon in June:

HAHAHA!!! Yeah, definetely! Have you heard Kohoutek (the band from Philly)?
  4:06am MVL:

No I haven't. heard of them though...I just know the album by Yahowa with the same name. Any good?
  4:08am Moon in June:

Really cool. Sounds like Pink Floyd's Ummagumma with Yahowa.
  4:15am ausmanx:

i'm starting to think mvl's show would be even better with certain enhancements...
  4:17am MVL:

I take no responsibility for the behavior and/or actions of my listeners.....but I agree!
  4:20am ausmanx:

of course, i only refer to those enhancements sanctioned by the US FDA... even though i'm in australia...
  4:21am Moon in June:

@ausmanx Absolutely
  4:24am ausmanx:

and thanks for introducing me to yahowha... i'd never heard of them! and amon duul are brilliant; sunburned and nnck are clones, really; but a great thing about amon is that you can be watching all these weird german films from the early 70s and there'll suddenly be this scene where they're playing in the corner of a room, or someone plays an amon record and everyone starts tripping out. we need more of such inspiration!
  4:26am Moon in June:

I've never heard about Kalevala. Such an interesting discover. Thanks
  4:30am MVL:

@aus absolutely. It's all about discovery and inspiration (without sounding too hokey) Everyday I'm finding new music from people I can't believe I didn't know about the day before. @Moon yeah..pretty good Finnish psych rock!
  4:46am Moon in June:

A famous radio dj in Spain told me once that this album by Arzachel sucks...bfff!
  4:57am ausmanx:

Liberal Religious Youth is a pretty rocking name for a band, huh?
  5:04am MVL:

indeed..there is a story behind those folks I need to dig into some more
  5:16am maja:

i have to go: d*mn! thank you for the music!
  5:17am MVL:

Thank you for stopping by, Maja!
  5:27am Moon in June:

hey Mike, which album are you playing by Wildburn Burchette?
  5:32am MVL:

it is called Guitar Grimoire and the track is "Fire Spell". 1973
  5:35am Moon in June:

thanks man
  5:35am Simon:

Every Thursday I tune a little earlier for Theme Park and I hear a bit more of your show Mike. Truly splendid music to start my day, thanks.
  5:37am MVL:

Thats really nice of you to say...thanks very much Simon.
  5:37am MVL:

no problem Moon.....I'll clean up the playlist at the end of the show too
  5:52am Moon in June:

Really lovely sounds today, as usual. Thanks and have you all a good day.
  5:53am MVL:

thanks Moon! Always great to have you around. looking forward to listening to the rest of the Luger tracks too!
  5:54am Moon in June:

Oh! Thanks, man... :)
  9:03am cmh:

love the show - my favorite on wfmu! it seems that there is something wrong with this week's archived feed though - it kind of craps out around the 30 min mark. does this happen to anyone else? cheers, chris
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