Options Woody: Playlist from July 30, 2012 Options

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Options July 30, 2012

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
Glockenspiel  When the Record Goes Around   Options Scattered, Smothered & Covered  Whifflefist    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Omnivore  Happening   Options Omnivore  Feeding Tube  *   0:04:48 (Pop‑up)
Maggi Payne  Flights of Fancy   Options Ahh-Ahh: Music For Ed Tannenbaum's Technological Feets 1984-1987  Root Strata  *   0:08:54 (Pop‑up)
Dog Eat Dog    Dog Eat Dog  Claremont 56  *   0:13:05 (Pop‑up)
George Danquah  Araba Soso Wo Ndzema   Options Hot and Jumpy  Secret Stash  *   0:19:09 (Pop‑up)
Record Player  Free Your Mind   Options soulcal:disco and modern soul 1971-1982 v/a  Now Again  *   0:22:43 (Pop‑up)
Francis Lazarus  Punnagai Mannan / One Two   Options Fire Star: Synth-Pop & Electro-Funk From Tamil Films 1985-89  Bombay Connection  *   0:26:11 (Pop‑up)
Killer Mike  Go!   Options R.A.P. Music  Adult Swim  *   0:30:56 (Pop‑up)
Seth Price  Nostalgia for the Communist State   Options Army Jacket  Dais  *   0:32:38 (Pop‑up)
Baris Manco  Gonul Dagi   Options Sakla Samani Gelir Zamani  Guerssen  *   0:40:20 (Pop‑up)
Akira S Et As Garotas Que Erraram  Sobre as Pernas   Options The Sexual Life of the Savages: Underground Post-Punk from Sao Paulo, Brasil  Soul Jazz    0:44:06 (Pop‑up)
Eric Copeland  Double Reverse Psychology   Options Limbo  Underwater Peoples  *   0:48:24 (Pop‑up)
John Cage  Melody   Options The Works for Percussion 2  Mode  *   0:52:05 (Pop‑up)
Anton Batagov  Prostration to the 35 Buddhas (excerpt)   Options Music for the 35 Buddhas  Tummo  *   0:55:10 (Pop‑up)
Daniel Higgs  Track 1   Options Beyond & Between  La Castanya  *   1:07:13 (Pop‑up)
A. Kostis  Kaike Ena Sholio   Options Secret Museum Of Mankind Vol.2: Ethnic Music Classics 1925-48  Yazoo    1:09:18 (Pop‑up)
Secret Museum of Kind Men  Kaike Ena Sholio   Options Vol 1  Casual Acid Tea  *   1:12:53 (Pop‑up)
Golden Retriever  Canopy   Options Occupuied with the Unspoken  Thrill Jockey  *   1:17:04 (Pop‑up)
Semi Sheheen & His Utica Ensemble  Dance Sherzad   Options What Remains of Eden: Anatolian & Levantine Music 1928-1952 (V/A)  Mississippi / Canary / Change  *   1:28:08 (Pop‑up)
  Dahven   Eat the Dream: Gnawa Music from Essouira  Sublime Frequencies  *   1:28:51 (Pop‑up)
Domingo Cura  La Vieja   Options Tiempo De PercusiĆ³n: An Anthology 1971-77  Em  *   1:34:12 (Pop‑up)
Martin Galway  Parallax   Options SID Chip Sounds: Music of the Commodore 64 (V/A)  Robot Elephant  *   1:39:15 (Pop‑up)

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Starring  Ie   Options ABCDEFG-HIJKLMNOP-QRSTUV-WXYZ  Northern Spy  *   1:56:28 (Pop‑up)
Deutsche Amerikanischen Freundschaft    Ein Produkt Der Deutsch Amerikanischen Freundschaft  Bureau  *   1:59:17 (Pop‑up)
Kelan Philip Cohran & the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble  Stateville   Options Kelan Philip Cohran & the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble  Honest Jons  *   2:00:58 (Pop‑up)
Obeid Al Jum'aa  Instrumentqal Mejwiz   Options Dabke: Sounds of the Syrian Houran (V/A)  Sham Palace  *   2:08:55 (Pop‑up)
We Are the Arm  You Standing   Options Robot Dance Party: Liz Berg's 2012 Marathon Premium  WFMU  *   2:09:20 (Pop‑up)
Fat Boys  Reality   Options Fat Boys (Reissue)  Tin Pan Apple  *   2:12:41 (Pop‑up)
Screamin' Jay Hawkins  Alligator Wine   Options Rare, Unissued Or Just Plain Weird! A Collection Of Forgotten Gems From 1953-1959  Rumble  *   2:23:27 (Pop‑up)
Ethel Profit  What Time Is It?   Options Time Will Make a Change (V/A)  Mississippi / Canary / Change  *   2:26:27 (Pop‑up)
Sir Richard Bishop  Dhumavati   Options Intermezzo  Editions Mego  *   2:29:08 (Pop‑up)
Harris Eisenstadt  The Ombudsman 1   Options Canada Day Octet  482 Music  *   2:32:57 (Pop‑up)
Loving Brothers  Samurai   Options Put No Blame On The Master: Jamaican Gospel Volume Two  Social Music  *   2:44:17 (Pop‑up)
Francisco Heredero  Operacion Sol   Options Skanish Sound  Vampisoul  *   2:47:29 (Pop‑up)
  Sembe Sembe Boudou   The Bariba Sound  Analog Africa  *   2:49:48 (Pop‑up)
The Artistics  I Need Your Love   Options Love And The Needing of It - The Frow Show's 2012 WFMU Marathon Premium    *   2:54:18 (Pop‑up)
Blue Phantoms    Distortions      2:56:47 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  12:02pm Cecile:

woody, good to see you!
  12:04pm paula pc:

wonderful start!!
  12:05pm northguineahills:

Howdy-O, Woody!
  12:08pm Sara:

Hooray it's Woody!!! O happy day!
  12:08pm Van in DC:

Hi Woody
  12:09pm r i s k y:

GO WOODY! Yeaaaah!
  12:10pm Woody:

Hey radio/internet radio peoples! Thanks for the props. I will try not to abuse the trust that we've built together!
  12:11pm Sean in Bristol, UK:

Hey Woody
  12:16pm Buzz Lightyear:

my old comrade Woody!
  12:21pm Woody:

Buzz, groan.
  12:24pm Good Morning, Aloha Woody:

"Buzz, Groan" - sounds familier; that was me, waking up around an hour ago.
  12:25pm Buzz Lightyear:

don't blame you a bit, chum!
  12:25pm still b/p:

I'm sure, for you, when it comes to that reference, it's been "Oy! Story" for years.
  12:56pm Cecile:

I bet Prostration to the 35 Buddhas will get a reissue thanks to wfmu. I can't find it anywhere on the internet.
  12:58pm aaron in chicago:

did the john cage piece have error beeps or was that my computer? my browser froze halfway through eric copeland and just recovered
  1:00pm Woody:

Hmmm, we have a cd from 2001 that is new to the station. Not sure where it came from though, says its distributed by Classound, and out on Tummo...
  1:00pm Woody:

Aaron, I did the same doubletake looking to see what was making an error :) It *was* the Cage piece...
  1:03pm paula pc:

@ cecile and all interested: aquarius seems to have it: http://www.aquariusrecords.org/cat/20thcenturycomposers.html
  1:06pm Cecile:

  1:11pm BSI:

  1:13pm mike tp:

pretty impressive playlists from the past also
  1:19pm Woody:

I'm still trying to parse "suppichaw". Is that "what's up at ya" (or yal if from the dirty south) ?
  1:22pm Chinchilla:

I really dug that Museum of Mankind cover... Kinda wanna by that 7" from the creator, there's a cover of a Japanese track on the flipside
  1:22pm aaron in chicago:

Carl Sagan's Cosmos?
  1:23pm northguineahills:

Carl Sagan
  1:23pm Sven:

Jack Horkheimer ... always remember to keep looking up!
  1:23pm frenchy:

not sure what his name was but the background music on that pbs show was Tomita
  1:24pm Cecile:

the star tracks guy! I'll look it up
  1:24pm InBrkly:

That was the Star Hustler!
  1:24pm aaron in chicago:

Vangelis did the cosmos music, I think
  1:25pm InBrkly:

ack beaten
  1:25pm Woody:

Thanks Sven! Loved that guy and his dope jams :)
  1:26pm pizzadog:

wasn't it synth debussy arabesque?
  1:26pm Sven:

you're welcome. the music was the best part. and those special effects...!
  1:28pm frenchy:

it was snowflakes are dancing by tomita
  1:28pm aaron in chicago:

saw this morning that Chris Marker died yesterday at age 91. don't know if there are any fans here but I'm guessing Probably
  1:30pm rada:

And now we're in Morocco! Brilliant!
  1:31pm Cheri Pi:

Cecile: http://www.batagov.com/zvuki/35buddhas_e.htm
  1:32pm Gary Wright:

Dreee-aeeam eater...
  1:33pm aaron in chicago:

I'm working on a survey of moroccan olive farmers at the moment so just keep this going please
  1:35pm Woody:

Aaron, yeah sad about Chris Marker. Sans Soleil is one of the best films ever.
  1:35pm Cheri Pi:

I'm cataloging Japanese books...this is the perfect soundtrack.
  1:37pm Cheri Pi:

EM is my favorite record label evah!!
  1:40pm rada:

Glad to see Sublime Frequencies finally has a Gwana comp. Learned of this music from a friend who travelled to Morocco two years ago. Very mystical.
  1:41pm Cecile:

I have a disc of Pharaoh Sanders from the mid-90s with him and a Moroccan gnawa ensemble. It's pretty swell.

I call it the "Moroccan blues".
  1:43pm Woody:

After the Subliem Frequencies Gwana comp, I tried to play the Wels concert with Brotzmann, Hamid Drake, and Mahmoud Gania from Morocco.... the library run did not locate the disc so now we're listening to chip music :)
  1:43pm rada:

Will have to cheggit out. Thanks Cecile!
  1:45pm Cecile:

Woody, that Pharaoh record was with Mahmoud Gania and his group!
  1:45pm rada:

You fulfilled your own prophecy, Woody ;)
  1:51pm BSI:

@Woody: correct parsing! 'Suppichaw? would be transliterated as "What is the condition of thee, mine friends?" which is to say, "what is up with you all?" ... being a more formal version of "sup?" ... because we are, after all, professionals.
  1:52pm InBrkly:

Policenauts by The Fucking Champs has a cool retro video game sound--not sure if it is actually a cover of the theme from that game....
  1:53pm Woody:

InBrkly, funny I was think Champs as well. I've seen a number of discs in that vein with questionable cheese factor
  2:07pm Cheri Pi:

Killer set Woody!!!
  2:13pm Cheri Pi:

I've died and gone to Fat Boy heaven!
  2:14pm Marmalade kitty:

Nice show woody! Welcome back :)
  2:15pm Woody:

Cheri Pi, that sounds crazy. Like crazy enough to be put into the mental hospital with the "Disorderlies" :)
  2:16pm Emily:

this song is amazing
  2:17pm Cheri Pi:

play some St. Ide's commercials next!
  2:21pm Mike VL:

Hi Woody! great to hear you back on the airwaves.
  2:24pm Cecile:

this sounds like alligator wine...
  2:25pm Woody:

Right Cecile! Too many records piling up :)
  2:25pm BSI:

  2:25pm Chunk:

A far cry from his work with the Edwin Hawkins Singers. Oh, Happy Day!
  2:25pm Cheri Pi:

  2:25pm tim from champaign:

Man, I call bullshit on that Fat Boys re-issue packaging. How are they gonna put a Fat Boys cd in a pizza box smaller than a crappy microwave personal pizza? Human Beat Box is rolling over in his grave!
  2:26pm Cecile:

I have that Frenzy comp of Jay's pretty much memorized front to back.
  2:27pm Cheri Pi:

TFC- your point is valid.
  2:28pm BSI:

Proud to be a Hawkins, though not one of his rumored ten thousand children, alas.
  2:29pm Cecile:

well, see you all in a while!
  2:31pm northguineahills:

Sir Richard Bishop on Editions Mego.... Never would have thought.
  2:36pm Woody:

Tim, that's funny re: Fat Boys box... well it is bigger than a CD box so it'll look big on your shelf in comparison :)
Too bad the original cover didn't have them with that giant McDLT packaging from McD's!
  2:36pm BSI:

Setting up a new iMac requires a beer run. What's an ideal pairing? ESB? Stout? Belgian?
  2:39pm Woody:

BSI, an overpriced American beer with less punch but nice design? ;) That leaves you with a pilsner or kolsch maybe, then just find the one with Helvetica.
  2:43pm $$$:

How much do you think a Screamin' Jay Hawkins 45rpm of "Alligator Wine" with "I Hear Voices" on the B side is worth?
I still have mine from a library yard sale when I was a boy.
  2:47pm BSI:

[waving a fiver in the air frantically]
  2:51pm Ike:

Hey there everybody!
  2:55pm BSI:

@Woody: HAH! Actually anything overpriced might do just fine...
  2:55pm northguineahills:

Nice set, Woody!
  2:57pm mmm:

awesome show! thanks!
  2:57pm Ike:

Come back again soon, Woody!
  2:58pm Van in DC:

Thanks Woody
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