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Options September 19, 2011

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Approx. start time
Bill Direen  High Are the Mighty   Options Yes Today No Tomorrow (Bits & Pieces 1995-2005)        0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Oneida  Gray Area   Options Absolute II        0:04:03 (Pop‑up)
Zingale  Good To Be Together   Options Peace        0:12:54 (Pop‑up)
Kourosh Yaghmaei  Entezar   Options Back from the Brink: Pre-Revolution Psychedelic Rock from Iran 1973-1979        0:17:32 (Pop‑up)
The Motels  Art Fails   Options All Four One        0:21:49 (Pop‑up)
John Maus  Believer   Options We Must Become the Pitiless Censors of Ourselves        0:24:45 (Pop‑up)
Guisher  Myrrh Dyrrh   Options Hide Your Gold Dome        0:28:50 (Pop‑up)
Nackt Insecten  Telepathic Jackal (edit)   Options V/a, These Sounds Have Not Failed Me      Fabio's 2011 WFMU Marathon Premium  0:32:56 (Pop‑up)
Sandy Denny with Patsy and Alex Campbell  Willie Moore   Options 19 Rupert St        0:38:37 (Pop‑up)
Glands of External Secretion  Run to Me   Options Northern Exposure Will Be Right Back    1979  cover: Bee Gees (Barbara & Terri Manning)  0:42:41 (Pop‑up)
Der Blutharsch / Aluk Todolo  untitled   Options Collaboration        0:52:49 (Pop‑up)
Von Bingen  Graham House   Options S/t        1:03:20 (Pop‑up)
GJP  Tristess No. 3   Options V/a, Life in the Future: Swedish Postpunk & Synthwave, 79-87        1:09:41 (Pop‑up)
Lenz  Leaving (The 21st Century)   Options 7"        1:11:34 (Pop‑up)
Doug Gillard  So Much More   Options Breaking in Two 7"        1:16:05 (Pop‑up)
Ian Hunter  All of the Good Ones Are Taken   Options         1:19:39 (Pop‑up)
Gilberto Gil  Cérebro Eletrônico   Options Cérebro Eletrônico        1:23:10 (Pop‑up)
J.B. Banfi  Audio Emotion   Options Galaxy My Dear        1:35:10 (Pop‑up)
Food Pyramid  Prana Focus   Options New Omni-Directional Healing Techniques        1:40:09 (Pop‑up)
Saint Etienne  People Get Real   Options Fox Base Alpha        1:45:29 (Pop‑up)
Jackie Gleason  Say It Isn't So   Options Music to Make You Misty double 7"        1:50:09 (Pop‑up)
Illaiyaraaja  I Love You Interlude   Options V/a, Play That Beat Mr. Raja Volume 1: Selected Oddities From The Tamil Film Industry        1:53:21 (Pop‑up)
Osamu Kitajima  Tengu   Options V/a, Ongaku 70:Vintage Psychedelia in Japan        1:58:08 (Pop‑up)
Erkin Koray  Krallar   Options Mechul: Singles and Rarities        2:03:43 (Pop‑up)
Zombie Zombie  Assault on Precinct 13 (Main Theme)   Options plays John Carpenter        2:07:37 (Pop‑up)
Kristian Poulsen & Claus Haxholm  (exc)   Options Electric Objecthood        2:13:03 (Pop‑up)
No Joy  Ghost Blonde   Options Ghost Blonde        2:15:50 (Pop‑up)
Nat Roe  Will You Do What I Ask You?   Options Split 7" w/ Socco Chico Ft. Daddy Killa        2:29:39 (Pop‑up)
Trigg  Tron   Options Beige      get it on the FMA!  2:34:41 (Pop‑up)
The National Fanfare of Kadebostany  Theme For Funerals   Options Songs From Kadebostany        2:40:19 (Pop‑up)
GDFX  Pwnd   Options One Thing        2:43:09 (Pop‑up)
Dan Melchior und Das Menace  Deep Fried Circuits   Options Catbirds & Cardinals        2:43:35 (Pop‑up)
Art Yard  Something in Your Eyes   Options The Law 7"        2:47:08 (Pop‑up)
The Chance  Love Lies Bleeding   Options V/a, Krypton Ten: Christchurch 1981-1987        2:50:17 (Pop‑up)
Hail  In Memory of an All-Girl Band, 1925   Options Hello Debris        2:52:25 (Pop‑up)
The Oscillation  The 3rd Harmonic   Options Future Echo        2:54:06 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  3:11pm Looms:

Hi Scott!
  3:13pm Scott W:

Hiya Looms!
  3:19pm Wild Neil:

Scott! Hi!!! You Rock! Keep up the great work!
  3:20pm BSI:

outta meetings finally! Deploy headphones! SAVE ME FROM FURTHER DEVASTATION!
  3:20pm dc pat:

Scott's work is rock.
  3:21pm Brown Chicken:

Brown cow
  3:22pm Wild Neil:

I thought the guy said "Eatin' Chicken,Its a Gas...blah blah blah..."
  3:25pm Stanley:

Phew! Couldn't connect to wfmu about half an hour go. Nearly had a heart attack.
  3:25pm Carmichael:

Wow, the Motels ... Where has Martha Davis gone?

Hi Scott, hi everyone.
  3:26pm glenn:

my second favourite martha in rock and roll.
  3:26pm Scott W:

anyone else having problems connecting? Martha Davis is (I think) still touring "Martha Davis's Motels" or something to that effect. All new young guys
  3:27pm Carmichael:

Who's your 1st, Glenn? Martha and her Muffins?
  3:28pm Looms:

I lost all data (128k stream and website connections) during Irene's show.
  3:28pm Cecile:

They were an interesting band. Rather theatrical. I am always on the fence if their production hurt or helped them.
  3:32pm glenn:

actually, for a while there were two marthas in martha and the muffins, as well as daniel lanois' sister jocelyn, who i had a super huge crush on. so, the answer is martha johnson.
  3:32pm Scott W:

was never sure about motels til i saw/heard this live version of "total control" - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLBZjdrKSpY now i'm positive
  3:33pm v k:

@Looms - i lost contact with earth (WFMU) during Irene's show also
  3:35pm Cecile:

I'd love to see what Martha Davis could do if someone decided she was going to be the female Roy Orbison and just set the drama to 10. No synths, a full orchestra, completely OTT.
  3:38pm Scott W:

make it happen, Cecile!
  3:38pm glenn:

oh yeah, is that the one where's she smoking on her knees? kinda, well, erotically?
  3:40pm Carmichael:

Yeah, Total Control was the perfect song for them. She had the pouty drama vocals under that backbeat, mixed with the dreamy 80s sax and the stop/start rhythm.
  3:40pm Scott W:

she's smoking in it, gets on her knees later to hold the mic for the sax solo
  3:41pm Scott W:

great muted guitar too
  3:42pm Cecile:

Ha, Scott! I wish. I can't even get creative control over a data entry protocol.
  3:42pm Carmichael:

I think one of the Andes brothers was involved by that time. They went through so many guitarists, it made their songs sound wildly different.
  3:45pm still b/p:

I had to make several tries to get to this playlist from the homepage in recent minutes.
  3:46pm Scott W:

thanks for the updates all, the problem is a known one & we're werkin on it
  3:46pm RuPaul:

You betta WERK.
  3:47pm maestroso:

The Motels are playing, or just played, at the newly refurbished Newton Theatre in Sussex County NJ. Don't know if Martha is with them but I would assume so. Website is blocked here at work so I can't get any more info.
  3:48pm BSI:

is it a KNOWN problem, in the biblical sense?
  3:48pm Wild Neil:

Newton? I remember seeing Lord of The Rings (Ralph Bakshi) back in 78 with my mom and freezing my ass off...
  3:48pm Ruaraidh:

Sounding great from over here in Scotland, Scott. Hope yr well!
  3:49pm aaron in chicago:

back after more than a month without WFMU. another few days and i would have started shopping at banana republic
  3:52pm Carmichael:

The Motels played at the Newton on 9/10, 1 day after Todd Rundgren.
  3:54pm Cecile:

oh, Jeezus. Ralph Bakshi. My first purchase at SF con was a Wizards Tee with a picture of Necron 99/Peace on it. They would take the transfer and make it while you waited. I had them cut off the caption on the transfer that said "Peace" because I thought Necron 99 was cooler.
  3:54pm Cecile:

That was back in 1905
  3:55pm Joe H:

Great show Scott! We must get together for beer sampling soon. It's that Oktoberfest time of year dont'cha know!
  3:55pm Cecile:

American Pop. Six kinds of lousy. Ugh.
  3:57pm Scott W:

Cheers Ruaraidh! Bottoms up Joe H!
  4:01pm BSI:

HA! Wizards... had to look that one up: 1977. Saw it in the theater weekly when it was out.
  4:02pm maestroso:

Ah, ok. I was at the Todd concert.
  4:03pm BSI:

Holy crap scott..... keep it up on this vibe and I'll send you buckets of GOD for xmas.
  4:05pm Stanley:

Wow this shit really kicks
  4:06pm Scott W:

All I want for Xmas is Buckets of God!!!
  4:07pm BSI:

  4:11pm glenn:

is buckets of god a new metal band? if it isn't, it should be.
  4:14pm nondairykramer:

this sounds suspiciously like On Any Street Corner by Tuxedomoon.
  4:14pm hubba:

hello all... glad to see buckets of god are still playing. I thought someone of those dudes were home schooled?
  4:14pm dc pat:

glenn: it is cuz I just formed that band. New record coming out tomorrow.
  4:17pm Cecile:

Does it have a John Baizley cover of a hot nymph sitting on a pile of bones, dcp? Because that's sales GOLD with there.
  4:18pm glenn:

i don't know john baizley, but if his work os anything like frank frazetta's, i agree.
  4:19pm glenn:

or even better, tom of finland.
  4:19pm Cecile:

it's like Frank Frazetta if he had better anatomy lessons, but was way more into Mucha and Aubrey Beardsley.
  4:20pm andaloudog in DC:

Hey! The new Doug Gillard. Thanks!!!
  4:21pm Scott W:

Hell yeah, Doug is great! Wotta guitar player, whew
  4:21pm Cecile:

It would have to be cover art from the hearafter. Tom went to the big leather bar in the sky a while ago.
  4:21pm Wild Neil:

Frazetta used to have a museum in Stroudsburg, PA, near the Delaware water gap...
  4:22pm dc pat:

wait, what do you mean "anatomy lessons"? If we're talking about female parts, forget it--I'll go with Frazetta... But yeah, it'll have all that stuff....and several moons, and floating plates of tofu, and dudes with 90 arms, etc, etc...
  4:22pm glenn:

and he's wearing really big aviator sunglasses and looking down at us and laughing.
  4:23pm Carmichael:

Yay, Ian Hunter!
  4:24pm Ralph:

Is this song about the seats on the Titanic?
  4:24pm Cecile:

I mean that Baizley's anatomy is less exaggerated. But his grody nymph chicks are still pretty scantily clad.
he's the lead singer in Baroness.
  4:25pm hubba:

gotta love sax crooning!
  4:26pm Ralph:

Man Gilberto dropped some LSD on this one!
  4:42pm Ike:

Has the air rushed back into the room?
  4:43pm blackgreen13:

ah, back. guys had me worried
  4:44pm BSI:

jeezus. Yr.mother and I were worried SICK.
  4:45pm hubba:

made it... thought i was going to be shut out
  4:45pm Stanley:

You're back! Lost you for a while there. Looms, how was the connection where you are?
  4:46pm Ralph:

Yeah I got bounced too, but we are all aboard - Choo choo
  4:49pm hubba:

This is nice... i recently discovered Cassell Webb, she has some moments...
  4:49pm Looms:

Stanley: what Ralph said.
  4:52pm Ralph:

Man the days are getting shorter and prime for the Winter Solstice. Get your wands and cauldrons ready.
  4:53pm Ralph:

My song! Reminds me of the days of Alice and the Bensonhurst bus!
  4:57pm Ralph:

This is rockin'! \m/
  4:58pm BSI:

ooh. um, yes. this Tamili collection is now a must-must.
  4:59pm Ralph:

Indeed, my most-initialed fellow.
  5:02pm Ralph:

Now this is stuff I heard when I was a kid but little did I know it was ART!!!
  5:05pm hubba:

this track, er Ongaku 70 comp est rad!
  5:05pm Ralph:

C'est vrai!
  5:08pm Ralph:

Damn I missed this guy on the Livenation tour.
  5:10pm Ralph:

If Zappa and Iron Butterfly had a baby.
  5:11pm glenn:

oh god, perish the thought.
  5:32pm Don Martin:

@LockGroove: Exactly.
  5:35pm Cecile:

@BSI, remember that game with the machine gun jetpack I was raving about a while back?
  5:37pm Ralph:

So how did this evening end for Nat?
  5:53pm Marmalade Kitty:

love this by Art Yard
  5:56pm Cecile:

where can I find this Krypton Ten disc?!?!?!
  5:58pm Scott W:

It's on Unwucht, Augsburg Germany
  6:01pm Cecile:

  5:39pm Marie:

I thought the Bill Direen might be Neil YOung played backwards...
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