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Options July 11, 2012: tunde adebimpe

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Artist Track Album Label
Rhythm & Sound  King In My Empire / Queen In My Empire   Options With the Artists  Burial Mix / Basic 
Nettle  El Resplandor / Radio Flower   Options El Resplandor: The Shining in Dubai  Sub Rosa 
King Sunny Ade  John Ali   Options Gems From the Classic Years (1967-1974)  Shanachie 
Richie Havens  Strawberry Fields   Options Indian Rope Man  Verve Forcast 
Howlin' Wolf  I asked for Water she gave me Gasoline   Options The Genuine Article  Legendary Masters Series 
Vatican Shadow  Bin Laden's Corpse   Options Washington Buried Al Queda Leader At Sea  Hospital Productions 
Chaweewan Dumnern  Lam Toey Chaweewan   Options The Sounds Of Siam: Leftfield Luk Thung, Jazz & Molam In Thailand 1964-1975  Soundway 
Clancy Eccles  Don't Brag, Don't Boast   Options Bob Dylan: Artist's Choice  Sony BMB 
Desmond Dekker  Beautiful and Dangerous   Options Trojan Rocksteady Box Set  Trojan 
Sister Rosetta Tharpe  Jericho   Options Rock Your Moneymaker: Early Black Rock 'n Roll 1948-1958  Trikont 
GRAY  Drum Mode   Options Shades of ...  Plush Safe 
Add N to (X)  Buckminster Fuller   Options Avant Hard  PIAS Benelux  

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Listener comments!

  7:09pm max:

Good Evening Mr.Fofana and Mr. Adebimpe, I trust you are both well. (also shouts out to everybody)
  7:12pm bloopy:

i have a cold . these tunes are making me feel better
  7:13pm northguineahills:

Sweet, I'm actually around for Lamin live!
  7:13pm robyn:

  7:17pm kat330:

My first time listening, Lamin,and I must say this is great! Can't stay for the duration, but really appreciate -- oh, Adebimpe's the guest?! Hm, I'll make arrangements to listen now for sure! :)
  7:18pm northguineahills:

I've been going through Lamin's back archives on the weekends, and just hit January.
  7:19pm Philo Gristle:

We saw TVOTR in Louisville supporting Cookie.... great show, and so is this one! Howlin'!
  7:22pm Roadkill:

Yeah! Keep the Wolf Howlin'!
  7:27pm robyn:

if i had to think what my parents introduced me to, it would be freedy johnston, u2, lucinda williams, and gram parsons. they weren't all that big on buying older music, for whatever reason. but i can't complain, gram parsons esp. i'm thankful for.
  7:29pm northguineahills:

Weird, I was just reading a review of Vatican Shadow no less then 20 minutes ago!
  7:31pm robyn:

this thai music is awesome, btw.
  7:32pm kat330:

@robyn: I had the great good fortune to hear a far-ranging amount of music as a child. My dad started a radio station when I was 2, and I can't recall a time without music around me.
  7:34pm northguineahills:

Gee, all I had growing up was the Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel, Michael Jackson, Lionel Richie, and Methodist hymns.
  7:35pm Philo Gristle:

My dad had over 100 Elvis LPs.
  7:35pm kat330:

@NGH: Heh, I had the Methodist hymns, too! My fave is "A Mighty Fortress." :)
  7:37pm kat330:

I was fascinated with the word "bulwark." And my mom sang in a gospel trio for a few years, so I learned and sang all those great gospel standards, too.
  7:38pm robyn:

@kat that is pretty cool. i imagine that makes for some good memories. obviously we all made it to wfmu regardless of our musical backgrounds, so if there is a connection between our parents' tastes and our own, it is an obscure one.
  7:40pm robyn:

@Philo Gristle... your real name doesn't happen to be Steven Patrick Morrissey does it..
  7:40pm kat330:

Right, Robyn. Neither of my parents could have understood the diversity of my musical interests.
  7:43pm northguineahills:

My parents grew up (and I was born) in WV, and they were so perplexed that I like (pre-1982) country music. They tried so hard to escape the stereotype, that they couldn't fathom why I would like that "backwards" music.
  7:44pm Philo Gristle:

@robyn I'm happy to say it is not! Buttons Gwinnet inspired my choice of pseudonym.
  7:48pm kat330:

PLEASE do, Tunde!! [come back!]
  7:51pm kat330:

Not 50 shades I'm presuming.
  7:51pm robyn:

seconded. also that story about the journalists was hilarious/terrible.
  7:52pm bloopy:

your show should be 2 hours?!
  7:52pm robyn:

@ngh do your parents listen to that old timey music now? i can understand wanting to get away from the stereotype.
  7:53pm northguineahills:

No, my parents stopped listening to music by the time I got to HS. Now all they listen to is AM talk radio. From one stereotype to another.
  7:54pm Rupture:

fantastic show. BONus points for GRAY!!
  7:55pm robyn:

@ngh LOL. well, yeah. funny.
  7:58pm kat330:

So glad we stumbled into this show! Truly super hour of sound! G'night and take care everyone!
  7:59pm max:

  8:01pm Philo Gristle:

Great show, thanks everybody!
  8:01pm northguineahills:

Thanks Lamin & Tunde!

@robyn, I know, I know
Avatar 8:03pm Lamin:

Thanks for tuning in! :)
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