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Everything I do is gonna be funky.

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Options August 29, 2012

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Aalon  Rock N ROll Gangster   Options Cream City  Arista  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Funkineven  Dreams   Options Dreams and coke  unreleased  0:04:30 (Pop‑up)
Kai Alce  Dirty South Dirt   Options 7"  FXHE  0:09:22 (Pop‑up)
Onra  L.O.V.E.   Options Deep in the night  Fools Gold  0:12:29 (Pop‑up)
Karisma feat. Jocelyn Brown  Got you Dancin   Options 12"  Sound of the Universe  0:15:36 (Pop‑up)
Storm Queen  Let's Make Mistakes   Options 12"  Environ  0:21:13 (Pop‑up)
Pretty Purdie & The Playboys  Song for Aretha   Options 7"  Flying Dutchman  0:34:36 (Pop‑up)
Roy Hightower & Grant Green  False Advertising( part one)   Options 7"  Number One  0:38:30 (Pop‑up)
Act 1  Still water   Options Act 1  Spring/Polydor  0:44:23 (Pop‑up)
Johnny Ace  My Song   Options Again..Johnny Sings  Duke  0:49:23 (Pop‑up)
Kajmere Stage Band  I Wish (Todd Terry remix)   Options 12"  Now Again  0:53:18 (Pop‑up)
Rockin Horse  Love do me right   Options S/T  RCA  0:56:51 (Pop‑up)
Bear in Heaven  World of Freakout   Options I love you, it's cool  Dead Oceans  1:06:42 (Pop‑up)
Superlife  Go Bananas (Peanut Butter Wolf remix)   Options 12"  P P U  1:11:12 (Pop‑up)
Prince  G Spot   Options Demos  unreleased  1:14:46 (Pop‑up)
Masurati and Huey Harris  Supa Dupa lovin   Options 12"  Lioness  1:20:29 (Pop‑up)
Dublin Aunts  Heartbreak Situation   Options S/T  Self-released  1:26:28 (Pop‑up)
Fabulous 3 feat. Ramelzee & Devious Doze  One More Time   Options 12"  tRUTH & sOUL  1:31:14 (Pop‑up)
Boogiemonsters  Recognize Threshold of Negative Stress   Options Riders of the storm: the under water album  EMI  1:38:05 (Pop‑up)
Salem  Face It   Options 7"  Raw Fusion  1:43:39 (Pop‑up)
Global Goon  afterlife   Options afterlife  rephlex  1:48:09 (Pop‑up)
nite jewel interview        1:53:12 (Pop‑up)
Jolly Music  talko uno (prefuse 73 unplugged in calonia mix)   Options Secret Love  Sonar kollektiv  1:59:26 (Pop‑up)
Move D  Le Fou (Eddie C's Spaceship Sagittarius rework)   Options 12"  the Exquisite Pain  2:03:28 (Pop‑up)
Kompleks  Put it on the line   Options single  self-released  2:09:32 (Pop‑up)
Nite Jewel  One Second of Love (Live)   Options     2:14:46 (Pop‑up)
Nite Jewel  Memory Man (Live)   Options     2:19:13 (Pop‑up)
Nite Jewel  Tonight (Prophet Cover Live)   Options     2:23:35 (Pop‑up)
Plus 2  Stop Fantasy   Options 12"  MIS  2:29:22 (Pop‑up)
FaltyDL  our house stab   Options 12"  Ninja Tune  2:36:23 (Pop‑up)
Prince Language feat. Lindsey Caldwell  Won't do it   Options 12"  negroclash  2:41:17 (Pop‑up)
Das Ding  HT SA   Options HTSA  Minimal Wave  2:45:11 (Pop‑up)
Marcello Giombini  Gemini   Options Astro Music  Forever  2:50:19 (Pop‑up)
Ruins  Sexual Desire   Options S/t  Black Square  2:54:20 (Pop‑up)
The Cats and Jammer Kids  Disco Drum   Options 7"  Ebony  2:59:09 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  12:01pm paula pc:

HI DUANE!! Such a nice start...
  12:03pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Heeeelllllllloooooooo Duane!
  12:03pm Jorge:

Greetings!! Hoping to sneak in listens in between editing bad TV!
  12:05pm Duane:

Hi Paula!1 Great to hear from ya. Jan, hi! Jorge!! What's up man? Great hang on friday..and tht Milk n Cookies footage was bananas! Thanx 4 that
  12:05pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Hi Jorge! And I'll be listening between putting together a syllabus for "Introduction to Graphic Design" a cont. ed course I'm gonna be teaching at Pratt starting tomorrow...
  12:06pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Yeah, it was great to hang with you guys Friday, btw you looked great Jorge...
  12:07pm Caryn:

Hi Duane! Back from my travels to hear you again. Aahh...
  12:08pm poonji:

these guys used to open for psychofunkaplatypus
  12:09pm Jorge:

Cool, guys! D - we must hang again sooner than later. Jan - whatchutalkinbout? I need to lose pounds haha. Yeah - Milk N Cookies was such fun. Almost an old school punk energy at that show believe it or not.
  12:09pm Cecile:

who these days is making full-band live funk that doesn't sound kind of stiff and revivalist (I'm loooking at you Kings Go Forth).
  12:13pm robyn:

hola everybody...
  12:13pm Jennique:

Just poppin' in to say hi. Have to leave early today but I listen to your archives all the time. Pump up the jams!
  12:13pm Duane:

Nite Jewel's not band Cecile..They are only a 4 piece though
  12:15pm Duane:

Hi Jennique! Thanx for checking in.. Hellooo Robyn! Happy Wednesday
  12:15pm Cecile:

Four piece counts.
I'm just looking at something live.
Onra has been tearing it up lately.
  12:19pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

I guess you looked pretty happy Jorge?
  12:23pm robyn:

dang!! is this the same vocalist i always get confused with gil scott-heron? probably, right...(i may be the only one who can answer this question)
  12:24pm Duane:

are you talking about Divine Styler Robyn? THis is a guy named Damon Scott. It's a newish record
  12:26pm robyn:

Yes, i am. thanks duane!!
  12:31pm Cecile:


oh, hai, I'm going to see Mark Farina a few weeks. First big-name DJ show I've seen since the Whiz Kid back in the day.
  12:31pm poonji:

bring back psychofunkafrippertronics
  12:34pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

"The horse is dead" is that a Nietzsche reference?
  12:35pm Duane:

Jan: Heh heh...didn't think anyone would catch that
  12:43pm poonji:

  12:44pm kata:

finally made it to my desk, with warm bagel.
  12:47pm mark vt:

Thanks for the nice show, Duane. Hey I am sitting here and need to order some new checks. I ran out. Usually go to the bank but does anyone here know of a good place online to get them. And safe? Maybe be able to put your own picture on them like something wfmu related.
  12:48pm Cecile:

I get mine through my bank. They are as uncreative and bland as I can manage.
  12:50pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Was Ace really playing roulette, or was it suicide?
  12:51pm mark vt:

yeah. maybe I'll just get them from my bank again. I usually just get the bland blue ones.
  12:51pm Duane:

He was playing Russian roulette backstage at a concert in Houston on Christmas Day 1954. True!
  12:51pm kata:

Jan, that sounds like an awesome class to teach -- graphic design is my profession too..
  12:53pm Cecile:

Jan and Kata, I just started Typography 1 last night - taking night classes to change careers in my dotage.
  12:54pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Kata, It's the first time I'm teaching this course. I teach a Senior Proj. Graphic Design class at Pratt,Brooklyn. Been doing that for... Oh my! 13 yrs.
  12:54pm doca:

hi you all, duane, cecile, a lazy and rainy afternoon here in porto alegre.
  12:54pm Cecile:

Kajmere Stage Band.
It's time for the percolator.
  12:55pm Cecile:

hi, doca!

Jan and Kata, any suggestions for getting good really fast? I don't have a lot time to waste.
  12:56pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Cecile, you talk like you're 80 yrs old or something!
  12:56pm Cecile:

I'm 51. I need to get going!
  12:57pm doca:

or like a teenager.
  12:57pm Cecile:

the youngsters are already nipping at my heels, I can feel it.
  12:57pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Getting really good really fast? Hmm. Innate talent ;)
  12:57pm Cecile:

ha, doca, a little of both.
  12:58pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Forgive me Cecile, but many people assume that graphic design is "easy," and, well it isn't...
  12:58pm Oliv:

Cecile: start painting!
  12:59pm Cecile:

ah, well.
I have been doing exercises out of books and sketching everyday. And trying to remember the mistakes of my abortive early stint at it
  12:59pm Cecile:

Bad graphic design is!
I'm trying to be halfway decent.
  12:59pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

You should try and take some courses, not online, and hopefully with good teachers
  1:00pm MenfussMike:

this song is SICKKKKKK
  1:00pm Cecile:

Oliv, I have been watercolor painting and doing stuff with oil pastels and watercolor pencils.
  1:00pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Learning to be a good graphic designer is an investment, not a thing you simply "pick up." again my apologies...
  1:02pm Cecile:

I have a good teacher for my Type 1, and am working toward a certificate in Print/Web through my work in a couple years, a few more semesters I should have a 2-yr degree after that.
  1:02pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Okay, off my high horse. I'm 52 btw...
  1:02pm poonji:

  1:03pm mark vt:

when I was a very little kid in elementary school I had an art teacher named Mrs Drake. She was probably in her 60's. I loved that lady. I hope art teachers are still around like her. She was kind of crazy but enlightened. At the time I thought graphic design was graphite design. Like the pencils.
  1:03pm Cecile:

No problem. I just am impatient to get going on something. I have the tools I didn't have when we were putting down type with wax and rubbing down letraset letters for our comps.
  1:03pm kata:

Cecile, good on you to go for typography, one of my favorite areas in design ! I don't know about learning it "fast," but I'll tell you two things that were very very important to my understanding of it: a letterpress course, and a calligraphy course (or how-to book). Also really fun both of them !
  1:05pm Cecile:

We have some great letterpress people here, they probably have classes. Calligraphy classes (as opposed to a book) are a good idea, too!
  1:05pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

I love Kon & Amir! So cool...
  1:06pm Oliv:

Cecile: so it is OK. Do what you wanna but not with computer - just old school, analog way. Than scan it and voila... Such retro way is still used by many.
  1:06pm Cheri Pi:

Hey Cecile, Duane! Everyone on the comments
board!!! Just had some spicy thai for lunch.
  1:06pm Andrew:

That song for aretha was amazing...
  1:07pm Duane:

Hi doca1 Thanx for tuning in :)
  1:07pm Cecile:

Oliv, yeah, I have been doing that. Or I have at least a pencil sketch I work from. you just can't lay it out the way you can even just scribbling on a piece of paper before you go to the computer.
  1:07pm Duane:

Hi Cheri Pi..is the real one? HAHA!
  1:08pm Cecile:

ask her a Voivod trivia question to be sure...
  1:10pm kata:

you're so right though Jan, it is a deep field of learning and I've been in the biz for many years but still have a lot to learn. Not only that, but the term "graphic design" is a huge umbrella under which so many specialties fall. Even "typography" is too general a term, covers many aspects of type use.

Cecile, I taught myself calligraphy using a few books. I'm still definitely of a novice but there's one book that I found to be really great to dive into. I'll dig up the title here...
  1:11pm Cecile:

thanks, Kata!
  1:12pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Well Bernard "Pretty" Purdie played drums on any number of classics by Aretha, so the song makes sense...
  1:13pm Cheri Pi:

Yes Duane!!! No spoofers at the moment.
  1:13pm Cheri Pi:

hahaha! Away is my favorite drummer....
  1:16pm kata:

oh crap, I almost missed the Prince moment, thanks Duane ! Love it..
  1:19pm BodegaMan:

a favorite part of the show every Wednesday is the deep Prince cut for the week. Great one.
  1:21pm mark vt:

Prince was very big back in the day. There was a kid at school and in the neighborhood who looked a LOT like Prince and he was also a huge fan. He had Prince buttons all over, up and down his jacket and he WAS Prince, kind of, to us. We were not even 12 yet at the time.
  1:23pm seang:

it's 2012-holy shit!
  1:26pm Clay:

I recently found a nice copy of Andre Cymone's "Living In The New Wave" LP. Actually, it wasn't that good, but it looked cool, and that's 50% (or more!) of the equation. Great show as always Duane.
  1:26pm mark vt:

The kid also used to do some disturbing things to cats involving tools. And do weird things in his garage and show us what he did after. Not to discredit the real Prince.
  1:28pm Duane:

Thanx Clay. Is that the one with the "Survivin in the 80's" cut on it? That song isn't bad. But yeah "Dance Electric" was the Andre Cymone solo highlight. 'Cuz it sounded just like Prince.. Ha!
  1:30pm mark vt:

We were also paper boys and we used to get the papers delivered to his house to pick up and deliver. Even at 5:00 in the morning we would listen to Prince.
  1:32pm Cecile:

I liked "Living in the New Wave" it was kind of popular around Detroit and Ann Arbor.
  1:32pm Clay:

I looked it up just now, Duane. Surviving in the 80's was a 1983 LP by Andre Cymone. Here's a link to the title track. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cdk-DubCMtY Keep up the good work. Apollonia 6 forever!
  1:33pm kata:

can't find the exact title Cecile, but if I figure it out I'll let you know. I got it out of the library here a couple years ago.
  1:33pm Cecile:

this is incredible.
  1:34pm Cecile:

thanks, Kata! Well, off to join the wonderful world of meetings. Stay funky, ya'll.
  1:35pm mark vt:

I grew up in the South West during the 80's and this paper boy and Prince thing happened in Arizona. He really did look a lot like Prince for an 11 year old kid.
  1:38pm Barney:

Boogiemonsters before they got all god sound!
  1:38pm Eli:

Ahoy Boogiemonsters
  1:38pm Luis:

The Boogies! So slept-on. And I love how the LP cover is a riff on Cal Tjader's Soul Sauce.
  1:39pm Duane:

I even liked God Sound Barney..that track with Bahamadia was incredible!
  1:40pm Mike East:

busy today, but wanted to checkin. Thanks for the tunes, Duane!
  1:40pm Duane:

  1:41pm Duane:

Thanx Mike!
  1:42pm Barney:

I remember being disappointed overall--mostly because I liked the first one so much, but I will have to go back and listen again. bahamadia is always nice. just have to figure out where I left the tape deck.
  1:49pm Eli:

Global Goon. You don't hear his tracks often. I'm a fan.
  1:52pm mark vt:

Speaking of Bahamadia, I lived in the Bahamas as a kid, too. I have many stories about that time. Here I am like an old man sitting on the porch telling stories. Must be something about Duane's music and his show. He sets the mood for a party. And I turn into the crazy story guy at parties.
  2:05pm Andrew:

YES. This is an excellent remix. Good call. Have you heard the Move D Workshop 13 album? That has some serious funk.
  2:09pm Duane:

Yes that a great album. Move D is incredible as a DJ as well
  2:12pm kata:

is that the Clay Pigeon visiting the comment board ? hello Clay ! :)
  2:18pm Eli:

(dance scene in The Breakfast Club)
  2:19pm bb:

whoa at least 570 tracks have sampled a lynn collins track
  2:19pm Andrew:

haha @eli
  2:21pm Kurious:

Duane, do you like Escort?
  2:23pm Clay:

@Kata. It's me. I'm a Duane fan!
  2:23pm Duane:

kurious: Yes Escort is great. I've known those guys for years and they work really hard to make that ish tight! respect!
  2:26pm FCC:

Duane, We don't monitor the comments board. You may TYPE "shit".
  2:27pm Paul Ryan:

You may type it ... for now.
  2:29pm Duane:

FCC: I think I like the word ISH better than Shit. It's sexier ya know?
  2:33pm FCC:

Yes, sexy is one of our favorite fetishes. We monitor very carefully for sexy. Thank you for bringing your use to our attention.
  2:42pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

I'm still here, but workin' hard on this syllabus... Great show Duane, Nite Jewel killed!
  2:44pm Duane:

Yes they did, Jan! So good. Good luck with that course
  2:44pm kata:

Jan rock on with your badass graphic designer self !
  2:46pm Karen:

Best three hours of my day, Duane!
  2:47pm Duane:

aaaw..thanx Karen:)
  2:48pm Nate:

Checkin' in from Toronto. Good stuff today (and every time I listen!) Duane.
  2:51pm Duane:

Thank you Nate. Appreciate the kudos!
  2:52pm Robin The Fog:

What a splendid show this is. Can't believe it's been so long since I listened to WFMU - SHAMEFUL! Greetings from Jolly Old England!
  2:53pm mark vt:

Such a great show. I used to like the insanity being sandwhiched between Ken and Irwin on a Wednesday. But like Duane's show here now.
  2:57pm Duane:

Thanx Robin! We miss ya! markvt..nice. those are tuff shoes to fill, happy i'm doin alright :)
thanx again for making this show fun!!
  2:58pm Jan Audun Uretsky:

Great show as always my friend!!!!
  2:59pm Bas, NL:

Thanks for the sounds Duane!
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