Options Strength Through Failure with Fabio: Playlist from October 20, 2011 Options

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The Failure of Noise
The Failure of Sound
The Failure of Rock
The Failure of the Avant Garde
The Failure of the Space Age
The Failure of Jazz
The Failure of Psychedelia
The Failure of Krautrock
The Failure of Electronic
The Failure of Pop
The Failure of Free-form
The Failure of the 20th Century

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Options October 20, 2011: Ruthless Failure

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
James Last  Mr. Giant Man   Options Voodoo Party  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Vladimir Ussachevsky  Wireless Fantasy   Options Electronic & Acoustic Works 1957-72  0:29:11 (Pop‑up)
Sutcliffe Jügend  The Fall of Nature (excerpt)   Options The Fall of Nature  0:29:37 (Pop‑up)
Nothing People  1:11   Options Late Night  0:30:15 (Pop‑up)
Piipstjilling  Unkrûd   Options V/A Experimedia  0:32:13 (Pop‑up)
Pete Rugolo  Theme from Route 66   Options   0:43:26 (Pop‑up)
Pete Rugolo  87th Precinct   Options   0:50:49 (Pop‑up)
Pete Rugolo  Quiet Village   Options New Sounds by Pete Rugolo  0:51:24 (Pop‑up)
Pete Rugolo  Diamond on the Move   Options The Music from Richard Diamond  0:52:25 (Pop‑up)
Pete Rugolo  Two Guitars   Options Ten Trumpets & two Guitars  0:53:44 (Pop‑up)
Pete Rugolo  Mambo Bardot (And God Created Woman)   Options   1:03:20 (Pop‑up)
Pete Rugolo  Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White   Options   1:05:01 (Pop‑up)
Pete Rugolo  The teaser   Options The Music from Richard Diamond  1:05:26 (Pop‑up)
Fennesz  July   Options Seven Stars  1:18:35 (Pop‑up)
Jim O'Rourke  Law & Order 3am EST   Options V/A Friend of the Bumblebee  1:28:33 (Pop‑up)
Dan Fröberg & Jerry Johansson  till Ann   Options V/A Friend of the Bumblebee  1:29:29 (Pop‑up)
Bill Plummer & the Cosmic Brotherhood  Arc 294   Options Bill Plummer & the Cosmic Brotherhood  1:34:16 (Pop‑up)
Åke Hodell  Cerberus, the Hellhound (excerpt)   Options Verbal Brainwash and Other Works  1:49:29 (Pop‑up)
Telecult Powers  In Search of an old Fashioned   Options The Noise from Ridgewood: A Benefit Compilation for the Silent Barn  2:01:47 (Pop‑up)
Phonophani  Morki   Options Kreken  2:05:18 (Pop‑up)
Pulga  Witches & Bitches Brew   Options The Noise from Ridgewood: A Benefit Compilation for the Silent Barn  2:13:36 (Pop‑up)
Isreal Martinez  Mere Presence   Options El Hombre Que Se Sofoca  2:28:48 (Pop‑up)
Nick Storring  Artifacts II, 2/3, (s), IV   Options Rife  2:31:12 (Pop‑up)
Opera Mort  Africa Robotica   Options Des Machines dans les Yeux  2:38:04 (Pop‑up)
Boy Dirt Car  Glimmer/Fucker Drone Strike   Options Familia  2:42:50 (Pop‑up)
Boy Dirt Car  Meeker Island   Options Familia  2:46:04 (Pop‑up)
Black Swan  In 8 Movements (Part 1 & 2)   Options V/A Experimedia  2:46:58 (Pop‑up)
Scott Walker  Montague Terrace (In Blue)   Options Boy Child: The Best of 1967-1970  3:01:19 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:30pm Looms:

  3:30pm _________________:

  3:31pm Bas, NL:

Nice start already.. Hello Fabio!. Hello Looms!
  3:32pm Ike:

Yeah, very nice start. And somehow _________________'s comment seems strangely appropriate.
  3:32pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

hey Fabio and Fabio fans alike.
  3:33pm mordred:

the gravedigger market is goot..
  3:33pm Looms:

Hey Bas! How are things?
  3:33pm Kenzo:

Bas is everywhere. Almost like Fabio.
  3:34pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

what does the "NL" stand for, Bas?
  3:34pm stool pigeon:

The success of esoterica!
  3:35pm hubba:

Man, I can finally move...
  3:35pm Looms:

Now that's a cover.
  3:36pm Bas, NL:

Almost always listening the archives.. now direct! Ohww.. NL is short for the Netherlands DCE. To give it a bit of international 'flair'.. (?)
  3:36pm Looms:

@DCE: NederLands
  3:37pm dale:

not a carat...
  3:37pm ?:

  3:37pm still b/p:

The talk-over music is pleasant, but it's like, "Come on, baby, light my....bayberry or sandalwood scented candle."
  3:37pm Looms:

Ooops... European translation sorry :)
  3:38pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I'd always wondered, and now that portion of my brain can move on to more productive things.
  3:38pm Ike:

LOL@still B/P! Har har!
  3:39pm βrian:

(Code point U+00FB)
  3:39pm hubba:

What was the track that sounded like Sunroof!, about 7 minutes past the hour, was that the Ussachevsky?
  3:40pm Bas, NL:

@Looms Everything's cool here! How about on your end??
@Kenzo Hi!! Ha, ha! Talk about people being everywhere!
  3:43pm hubba:

I'm just a Rugolo...
  3:44pm jb:

who's theme song is this?
  3:45pm Looms:

@Bas: still trying to recover from the last weekend (weddings, you know... not mine) but things are pretty cool here as well.
  3:45pm hubba:

Route 66?
  3:46pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I'm not getting my kicks from it, but it's nice
  3:46pm Ike:

The Rt. 66 theme reminds me of Frank O'Toole's show. He uses another arrangement of this as his lead-out theme.
  3:49pm Looms:

Cha Cha Cha too!
  3:50pm still b/p:

Sometimes the cha-cha brings a Laura Petrie demonstration of it to mind.
  3:52pm Bas, NL:

@Looms Wedding party blues.. take it easy my friend..
  3:56pm Van in Dallas:

well, seems a while since I dropped in to this program. Greetings. I like this Two Guitars track.
  3:58pm Looms:

@Bas: always looking on the bright side of life, Sir.
  4:01pm Domenic M:

what a great blco of music
now...off to spanish olive heaven without my toothpick bride
  4:03pm Bas, NL:

Sounds like B/W movie heaven. Great tunes.
  4:06pm still b/p:

One trivia bit from NYT obit:
In the 1960 film “Where the Boys Are,” an experimental combo plays several compositions by Mr. Rugolo, which the group’s way-out leader, Frank Gorshin, dubs “dialectic jazz.”
  4:10pm glenn:

frank gorshin? as in the riddler frank gorshin?
  4:12pm BSI:

Is it still failure if Ruth shows up?
  4:14pm listener gary:

Pete Rugulo: at his best with the great June Christie. Thanks. Best regards...
  4:15pm still b/p:

Yeah, that Frank Gorshin. Did a handful of movies in addition to tons o' TV.
  4:20pm Julie:

I saw Gorshin do his one man George Burns show. He was amazing.
  4:24pm Night Al:

  4:26pm mordred:

Yeah, fuck the milataried SYNCOPATION bullshit..phookin' humens..
  4:27pm jaycjay:

As Nick Danger would put it, "I wonder where Ruth is?"
  4:28pm BSI:

...it's okay. They're speaking Chinese...
  4:31pm Timmay:

the dog is howling...
  4:32pm glenn:

nick danger, third eye.
  4:33pm Bas, NL:

Vicky Bennett mix?
  4:33pm scargoth:

sitar mandra. anyone?
  4:38pm mesher:

I'm reaching enlightment !!!!!
  4:39pm Looms:

I don't know this track but... Is it Shahid Parvez?
  4:39pm BSI:

Enlightenment was ages ago. We're getting serious now.
  4:40pm mesher:

Seroiusness now has longed past. Now we're getting deeper!!!
  4:41pm still b/p:

This is the Age of Embiggening!
  4:41pm hubba:

  4:43pm Carmichael:

I was wondering when the "I wonder where Ruth is?" joke would wander by.
  4:45pm Looms:

Aaah! Shame on me! :(
  4:45pm BSI:

@Carmichael: i'll take the bait like a starving junkie, every time. No class, no dignity, no style. Guilty...
  4:47pm Carmichael:

Hey BSI & Looms, recalling Firesign lines at the drop of a hat is a classy attribute where I come from. Well played, sirs.
  4:48pm glenn:

where's porgy? he's upstairs, helping porcelain make the beds.
  4:49pm glenn:

don't crush that dwarf is my fave, i must admit.
  4:50pm Looms:

@Carm: you're too kind
  4:50pm glenn:

however, give me immortality or give me death is a great line.
  4:52pm mordred:

Merzbows and throbbing Gristles take on "Dear Friends" pretty funny..
  4:55pm Cecile:

This sounds like Cerberus, the Heckhound.
Not much scary going on.
  4:56pm glenn:

ummmmmm, are they saying red jello green jello? 'cause i'll take green any day.
  4:56pm BSI:

Heckhound = still a puppy, perhaps?
  5:01pm mordred:

  5:01pm Carmichael:

Any dog that barks too much is a hellhound, regardless of it's name.
  5:04pm Night Al:

Hey I'm under-employed, have no health insurance, and in debt, but at least they killed Ghadafi. Yeah right!
  5:04pm mordred:

A "Sea Wolf" by any other name..
  5:06pm glenn:

priorities, night al, priorities.
  5:07pm mordred:

Qaddaffi's in Saudi, partyin' with Osama...
  5:08pm Carmichael:

Gaddafi's in Misrata,
They'll never wake him up.
Hard times, hard times.
  5:09pm Jack:

Fabio, some of the stuff you've played today is making my cats go crazy, flinching with flattened ears, hissing, running away. It's great!
  5:10pm mordred:

The Macbeth/King Lear/Ran Hollywood movie comming soon!!!
  5:15pm andymorphic:

i have hissed a few times myself
  5:17pm glenn:

one thing they'll be able to say ; NOBODY knows how to spell gadhafi. every source i've ever seen spells it differently.
  5:21pm dale:

what is it about dictators that makes them dye their hair?
  5:21pm hubba:

Fabio ist the best!
  5:23pm Carmichael:

To look good for the inevitbale ass-whuppin', I'd say.
  5:25pm Looms:

"There are good dictators and bad dictators"
Marine Le Pen interviewed on France Inter, October 20th 2011 (creepy, isnt it?)
  5:27pm Carmichael:

What would you all consider to be good theme music for a dictator ass-whuppin'?
  5:28pm nyoukis:

just tuned in.. but from the tired turdings of Sutcliffe Jügend to the extraordinary eggs of Åke Hodell,, keep reaching Fab. xd
  5:29pm mordred:

All goths are creeps..Show me a goth that isn't a creep, and I'll show you a creep that isn't a goth...

mordred, creepologist
  5:30pm hubba:

Madonna's "Papa don't Preach" or Hall & Oates "Man-eater"... if I was operating a drone from Travis, that's what would be on my iPod
  5:33pm Ike:

@Glenn, that's just differing opinions on how to transliterate it from Arabic, I'd guess. If you think that's bad, check out all the varying bungled transliterations of words in Chinese or other Asian tongues.
  5:36pm glenn:

yeah, fair enough, but you know, if they could get together and decide on the v.h.s. format, surely to skippy they could decide on a spelling for gadhafi.
  5:39pm mordred:

Hey, diversity is what makes America and its freedom worthwhile..The !kung-san word for Qaddafi is "Sleeps In Urine Uncomfortably"..(sleeping in pits covevered withurine-soaked leaves is how !kung-san tribesmen pass the dog days of summer)..
  5:43pm Julie:

Is this what plays inside Fabio's head?
  5:44pm glenn:

i have my own diversity to worry about.

glenn, canadian.
  5:45pm jeff-m:

I think its the Easy-Lounge shaft song personally
  5:45pm glenn:

not to mention - will the leafs make the playoffs?
  5:46pm Julie:

The train noises clinch it..at least I think that's what that is
  5:46pm glenn:

gadhafi's song - fascist dictator - the cortinas.
  5:47pm Vince hent:

  5:47pm Listener Dave from Seattle:

  5:47pm mordred:

@gleen, I just wanna be able to get peircings and tattoos and listen to punk rock, without some Soviet or Fascist Dictator fuckin' with me ..Know what I'm sayin, T-Bird??
  5:50pm glenn:

  5:50pm hubba:

Thanks for the top notch show Fabio... bye everyone
  5:52pm Looms:

Bye all, thx Fabs!
  5:53pm Looms:

Oh what an ending! Thanks again :)
  5:54pm dale:

i love big alice....
  5:56pm dale:

i always felt that scott had a cold when he recorded this one.
  5:57pm Ralphine:

Is this guy the same guy that's the governor of Wisconsin?
  5:57pm Matt from Springfield:

Jump in, Julie!
  5:57pm Cecile:

I'm convinced Scott Walker is show tunes for arty straight guys.
  5:58pm dale:

it's a tricky tray fabio
  5:58pm Cecile:

No, Ralphine. two different guys.
  5:58pm Matt from Springfield:

I call a "Fun-raiser" a fundraiser where you go to but don't give money.
  6:00pm Matt from Springfield:

DigiFail VI: Death By Digital Bluntness

Some say the DigiFail franchise is wearing thin, but there's still a small but devoted fanbase this October for it.
  6:00pm dale:

clay brought a blank cd, i'm taking bets
  4:07am mb40:

another fun episode, Fabio. enjoyed every minute of it!! what a way to start ur day, tnx
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