Options Strength Through Failure with Fabio: Playlist from November 3, 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 November 3, 2011: Dig the vibe of Failure

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Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
James Last  Mr. Giant Man   Options Voodoo Party    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Jean-Claude Eloy  Ryû-Dô: Banbutsu-no-Ryûdo   Options Gaku-No-Michi    0:16:58 (Pop‑up)
automating  seereise   Options Knife Culture: Buried Melbourne (V/A)    0:31:19 (Pop‑up)
Bleachboys  Bloed   Options Knife Culture: Buried Melbourne (V/A)    0:42:17 (Pop‑up)
Glands of External Secretion  The Beast and the Dragon that gave it power   Options Reverse Atheism    0:47:46 (Pop‑up)
William Burroughs  Curse go Back   Options Break Through in Grey Room    0:52:59 (Pop‑up)
William Burroughs  23 Skidoo   Options Real English Tea Made Here    0:53:39 (Pop‑up)
Jliat  Untitled   Options Jliat    0:54:51 (Pop‑up)
Glands of External Secretion  Warmth, Expansion   Options Reverse Atheism    0:55:33 (Pop‑up)
Glands of External Secretion  My Blood has set me free   Options Reverse Atheism    1:04:50 (Pop‑up)
jliat  untitled   Options jliat    1:26:24 (Pop‑up)
Terry Riley  Journey from the Death of a Friend   Options Les Yeux Fermes    1:27:01 (Pop‑up)
Tonton Macoute  Baron Samedi   Options Mureedil    1:41:30 (Pop‑up)
Fossils  Wider Knowledge of Man II   Options Million Year Spree  Fossils/Darksmith split lp  1:53:59 (Pop‑up)
Phonophani  Mendel   Options Kreken    1:54:37 (Pop‑up)
Pekka Airaksinen  Skata   Options One Point Music    1:56:04 (Pop‑up)
Stomu Yamash'ta  Turris Campanarum Sonantium (excerpt)   Options Stomu Yamash'ta Percussion    2:21:07 (Pop‑up)
Scratoa!  Untitled   Options Live en San Anton, Abril 2008    2:22:21 (Pop‑up)
Scratoa!  Untitled   Options Live en San Anton, Abril 2008    2:22:29 (Pop‑up)
Steve Roden / In Be Tween Noise  The Radio   Options The Radio    2:23:04 (Pop‑up)
Charles-Eric Charrier  12 From   Options V/A Experimedia    2:31:16 (Pop‑up)
Patrice Sciortino  Kuklos   Options Chronoradial    2:40:43 (Pop‑up)
Patrice Sciortino  Abimes Souterrains   Options Chronoradial    2:41:13 (Pop‑up)
Alexander St-Onge  bebe   Options Mon Animal Est Possible    2:45:47 (Pop‑up)
Waitiki 7  Quiet Village   Options Waitiki in HiFi    2:49:35 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:18pm hubba:

Sounds good Fabio!
  3:19pm Pantagruel:

  3:19pm BSI:

My mind, she is blode!
  3:21pm rumboon:

pretty, pretty good
  3:23pm glenn:

just out of curiosity i googled blode. it's german for stupid. sorry, bsi.
  3:24pm glenn:

or filthy or daft. those are better.
  3:25pm Cheri Pi:

I knew w/o looking that this was garbled Japanese.
  3:25pm Cheri Pi:

WOW Fab-you made your quota!!!
  3:25pm BSI:

@glenn: this explains everything!
  3:26pm BSI:

By the way: "googling blode" is likely illegal in most of these united states.
  3:28pm glenn:

ah, but i'm not in the u.s. of a. tee hee tee hee.
  3:32pm Pantagruel:

Twas brillig and the googling blode /
did fail and fimble in the wabe
  3:34pm glenn:

automating good.
  3:34pm BSI:

I seriously need to get hip with J-C Eloy. Every time I hear his stuff it sends me tumbling into a very familiar abyss.
  3:35pm Ike:

That J.-C. Eloy made me think my earbuds were malfunctioning. In a good way.
  3:36pm glenn:

german for journey yes indeed. five points for fabio.
  3:40pm glenn:

hey, can i say fuck homeland security without getting in trouble?
  3:41pm Looms:

Follow your instinct, Fabio; your first pronunciation of Hors Territoires was perfect.
  3:42pm glenn:

way to be prescient, bsi.
  3:42pm BSI:

oh sweet vindication, my mind..... oh the utter blodeness of it all...
  3:46pm Emily:

this is some good stuff
  3:47pm rumboon:

bloed is dutch for "blood"
  3:52pm hubba:

man... having difficulty with flash this week... not conducive to zoning out.
  3:53pm fishmonkeystew:

  3:57pm Looms:

  3:57pm still b/p:

Juno and the Paycock -- Sean O'Casey
"...an' the wins blowin' fierce an' the waves lashin' and lashin' till you'd think every minute was goin' to be your last, an' it blowed and blowed - blew is the right word, Joxer, but blowed is the word the sailors use.... "
  3:58pm Ike:

Re: 3:42: Does this mean Blue Sausage Infant is a soothsayer?! Tell me my fortune! Will I be eating fine dark chocolate tomorrow at 2:37? Will the Newark Light Rail still be shut down for Batman movie filming? Is the creepy exterminator going to come back and rob me?
  3:58pm Van in Dallas:

Unable to listen where I'm at but wanted to say hi :)
  4:01pm glenn:

wow. sean o'casey. still b/p. rawks.
  4:05pm BSI:

Ike: one of those is a definite yes. I think. Maybe. it's all still quite blode inside the ears and wig. Everything smells like Milk of Amnesia. What?
  4:08pm Peter Cook:

'There will be a mighty wind, If the word of God is anything to go by'.
  4:09pm fred:

It's a rare thing to hear so much from the same project on the station, but I'm not complaining. I like glands of external secretion. A lot
  4:11pm Brian in UK:

Hey fishmonkeystew do you have a library at WHUS or is it all your own records?
  4:14pm Brian in UK:

Is everyone playing The Flying Lizards these days? ref WHUS.
  4:32pm Looms:

Wonderful track by Riley; reminded me a bit of his Persian Surgery Dervishes (at least the organ background)
  4:33pm Mike East:

I've got a dial on my home radios
  4:33pm BZ:

My dial is fat... and the only one I use!
  4:34pm Carmichael:

Listening on the web, Fabio. The wirey FM antenna thumb-tacked to my wall won't pick up New Jersey.
  4:34pm Adam in Portland:

Fabio, sometimes I have to turn my phone up to 360 degrees to get an optimal signal strength.
  4:35pm Jack:

Don't mock me because I insist on tuning in to your show on my Telefunken Hi-Fi Center. !
  4:36pm Ike:

Like M.E., I use a tuner w/a dial at home (an old dusty one -- digital, but w/a dial) set to 91.1 most of the time. Listening on the web at work though.
  4:37pm Carmichael:

Hey Fabio, got any Queensryche? (Preparing for Clay).
  5:05pm Cecile:

You are doing fine, just relax.
  5:06pm Hawksaw Jenkins:

I always have a hard time pronouncing Bruce Cockburn's name
  5:08pm Richard from Venezuela:

Greetings Fabio and all the listeners.
  5:15pm Mike East:

Greetings Richard and all the Venezuelans!
  5:18pm Carmichael:

Really dug the vibe of Tonton Macoute back there, btw. And great name for a band.
  5:24pm Looms:

Aaah, The Radio by Steve Roden :) Most beautiful piece.
  5:40pm dale:

jack - telefunken hi-fi center? my telefunken bajazzo shortwave is jealous
  5:44pm Carmichael:

My U37 microphone is green with envy.
  5:45pm other david:

Oh for a WFMU shortwave transmitter :)
  5:46pm Julie:

digging the vibe of failure
  5:47pm dale:

i hardly ever listen anymore, we're in a crappy sunspot cycle anyway
  5:48pm Carmichael:

We could put Bryce in charge of the shortwave system. Seems like the job for him.
  5:49pm http://spaceweather.com/:

huge sunspot, heads up for interference
  5:50pm other david:

@dale: I listen for the more um, ephemeral, noises on SW - alas 90% of the broadcasters seem to be religious nuts. some good pirates pop up once in a while though.

sunspots kicking in means hearing truckers from the US & Russian taxi's all on one frequency here in Ireland, which is.. interesting
  5:53pm dale:

i used to listen to a vermont group of ham radio operators every morning from 6 - 7 am. don't know why, but it was interesting.

you get cb frequencies skipping that far? impressive!
  5:54pm Matt from Springfield:

Clay's pot levels are consistently high, off the meter!
  5:54pm Cecile:

Remember the Kaiser Broadcasting Network?
The Lou Gordon talk show, Bill Kennedy at the Movies?
  5:54pm Matt from Springfield:

Really dug that tropical "Quiet Village"!
  5:55pm dale:

i think clay's pot levels have always been heavy.
  5:55pm Brass Knuckles:

Anyone else think Clay looks a little like Smokey from the Big Lebowski?
  5:56pm dale:

kaiser had some nice cars designed by dutch darrin. always look for the 'darrin dip' in the beltline.
  5:56pm Cecile:

he plays Harry Pussy and Bill Orcutt and Pauline Oliveros, all Yanks, Clay.
  5:56pm Smokey:

Mark it '8', Dude.
  5:57pm Matt from Springfield:

Kraka Scratoatum! :)
  5:57pm dale:

looking at the spaceweather site - how nice to see the borealis from your bedroom window!
  5:58pm Parq:

I'm kind of immersed in work so I may have heard wrong -- did Clay just tell Julie to show a little chest hair?
  6:00pm dale:

so fabio looks like a toothsome dennis weaver with a lot of chest hair?
  6:00pm other david:

@dale, yeah it's been a regular occurance in the last month or so, 27-32Mhz has been nuts

The triumvirate always brightens my day, supoib stuff :)
  6:02pm dale:

you use a long wire other david?
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