Options Brian Turner: Playlist from January 15, 2013 Options

Order and disorder in a freeform haze of terribly-played guitars, shorted-out electronics, found audio detritus, strange sounds from strange lands all around. Psych-punk-junk, collage, even pop. Lots of in-studio live performances to boot.

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Options January 15, 2013: w/ 3 hours of ENDLESS BOOGIE

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ENDLESS BOOGIE do it up live today for the show duration. Lineup: Paul Major (gtr, vox), Matt Sweeney (gtr), Harry Druzd (drums), Marc Razo (bass), Jesper Eklow (guitar), WFMU session recordings engineered by Ernie Indradat. (Primavera pic BT)

Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Endless Boogie  WFMU special   Options   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Endless Boogie  Deluded Digressions   Options WFMU  1:58:13 (Pop‑up)
Endless Boogie  Etymological Disaster   Options Rehearsal  1:58:32 (Pop‑up)
Endless Boogie  No Parking In the Back   Options WFMU  1:58:57 (Pop‑up)
Endless Boogie  Hispanic Minority   Options   1:59:13 (Pop‑up)
Endless Boogie  Spurious   Options WFMU  1:59:26 (Pop‑up)
Endless Boogie  Getting It Together   Options WFMU  2:00:01 (Pop‑up)
Endless Boogie  Thermodynamic Equilibrium   Options Boo Hooray Gallery jam  2:00:35 (Pop‑up)
Endless Boogie  The Quest for Diminishing Returns   Options The Skinless Ogress Revolution, Which Feeds on Human Sacrifice (live)  2:01:15 (Pop‑up)
Endless Boogie  Malediction (Constantinople)   Options WFMU  2:01:31 (Pop‑up)
Endless Boogie  Berry Wythe   Options WFMU  2:01:42 (Pop‑up)
Endless Boogie  Scotch on the Rocks   Options   2:02:01 (Pop‑up)
Endless Boogie  Orwell Reference   Options   2:02:12 (Pop‑up)
Endless Boogie  Surplus to Requirements   Options The Skinless Ogress Revolution, Which Feeds on Human Sacrifice (live)  2:02:34 (Pop‑up)
Endless Boogie  Malvern   Options WFMU  2:02:56 (Pop‑up)
Endless Boogie  For Many, Not For All   Options Rehearsal  2:06:46 (Pop‑up)
Endless Boogie  East Galicia Rundown   Options WFMU  2:10:02 (Pop‑up)
Endless Boogie  Ambivalent Clergyman   Options WFMU  2:13:13 (Pop‑up)
Endless Boogie  Empty Eye   Options WFMU  2:20:25 (Pop‑up)
Endless Boogie  The Savagist Cannot Jam   Options WFMU  2:35:02 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:02pm Matt from Springfield:

Finite time, but ENDLESS Boogie!
Hi Brian and everybody! Let's do this!!
  3:03pm efd:

+1 for the vintage Mets intro.
  3:04pm DCE:

let's do the boogie, folks!
Avatar 3:07pm BSI:

I have flexed my boogie and am thus prepared.
  3:07pm jljl:

3 hours is a lot of Boogieing. We'll see how much I'm good for. The audio seems kind of quiet tho.
  3:07pm Jeremy:

Is this Freedom Rock? Well turn it up!
  3:08pm chris:

the pleasures of the net: listening from greece!
  3:08pm Loren:

How will they keep this up without a ballad!?
Avatar 3:10pm BT:

This is all pre-recorded just FYI.....over a loooong time (the two FMU sessions were marathon nights) Jesper fished out the cream of the boogie
  3:11pm rizze:

I'm curious. Like that music muchmuchmuch. Greetings to Greece
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:12pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks BT and Jesper for this quality stitched product!
  3:14pm Mike East:

3 hours of this, you say? Ok, I'm on board.
  3:14pm DCE:

they should sample some Canned Heat in one of their jams. it would be so damned meta.
Avatar 3:15pm BSI:

It is the true nature of Boogie to have no end, no?
  3:16pm Loren:

"Twenty Minute Jam Getting Out Of The City" LP going for a cool $750... WTF!?

We get it for free, three hours non-stop... this is freeform at its best!!!!!!
  3:18pm Jeremy:

Yessireebob it's Chooglin' time!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:20pm Matt from Springfield:

And remember: the New Birthday Songs have been submitted, listen to all 137 submissions when you can!

  3:20pm ?:

  3:21pm glenn:

now THIS is hoser rock.
  3:21pm Loren:

Since when did Matt Sweeney join the band? Has he been involved in the band for long?
Avatar 3:22pm BT:

He's played on and off thru the years but as of late seems like he's the center guitar man.
Avatar 3:23pm BT:

This is noteworthy because now Endless Boogie are directly linked to Adele .
  3:23pm glenn:

does it strike anybody else as funny that there's a guy in a devo hat watching an endless boogie show?
  3:24pm Loren:

BT, will this super session be archived?
Avatar 3:24pm BT:

That pic I took at Primavera 2010, for some reason a lot of people that year were walking around with Devo hats (Devo didn't play)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:24pm Matt from Springfield:

@glenn: Confirmed and verified by our Canadian cultural ambassador!
Avatar 3:25pm BT:

@ Loren it will stream, waiting on word for download.
  3:25pm Loren:

What, you're not wearing your Devo hat!?
Avatar 3:26pm BSI:

This one reminds me (very favorably) of the 1972 live boot of hawkwind doing "We Do It" that's been circulating for ages...
  3:27pm Cecile:

An OH SHIT moment.
I think my friends and I made a Troyka album into a potato chip bowl in 1980 because we could not grasp the power of the boogie.

Well, $100 down the drain.
  3:27pm Tom G:

Someone might be selling it for $750 but the most it has sold for is $90 and one sold for $30. People list the 1st 2 records for insane amounts too but they don't sell for that much.
  3:29pm Cecile:

eh, I just listened to the songs. They sound about as dopey as they did then. Still $100 back then...
  3:30pm Cecile:

well, nobody would have paid $100 for it back then. My friend bought it for .50.
  3:31pm Loren:

I remember when a buddy who notoriously flipped records sold those first two volumes for an outrageous amount of money, over and over again. he's not that evil, just an unemployed record collector. This was back about 6-7 years ago when you could put an early American Tapes release on ebay and Rollins would buy it no matter what the cost. Oh, did you know Henry Rollins collects American Tapes releases?
  3:31pm glenn:

dear new york mets: thanks for r.a. dickey. signed, toronto.
  3:32pm northguineahills:

That's curious that Henry Rollins would be into American Tapes.
  3:33pm Cecile:

Henry Rollins is into everything, it seems.
  3:36pm Loren:

Maybe we could go as far to say that he felt akin to American Tapes and the ethos behind getting out there, like"out-there", man, and driving your van full of gear into the heartland and jsut destroying the joint with a brand of loud pummeling noise that could have only come from a place like Michigan. Or, maybe he just likes the idea of starring at feathers affixed to a cassette tape with gravel laced roofing tar wrapped with fluorescent green barbed-wire?
  3:39pm Jeremy:

Great twist in that Top Dollar is himself a dealer of ridiculously expensive private press LPs. Bet he wishes he held onto a box or two for himself...
  3:46pm glenn:

fuck lance armstrong. oprah should have these guys on.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:48pm Matt from Springfield:

Great Lou Reed style guitaring here!
  3:51pm Cecile:

glenn, they better get to dopin'.
  3:53pm Bob down in VA:

This is great. Thanks to bro Ray up in RI for the tip.
  3:55pm glenn:

hmmmm. i bet they got to dopin' a loooooooooong time ago.
  3:58pm Loren:

a couple bahn mis... anyone need anything? Potty breaks? You're on your own...
  3:59pm mrmucho:

that was sweet. great interplay between the guitars
  4:00pm Chris from DC:

A couple of Rheingolds would be nice.
  4:06pm jt:

BOOGIE! >>>> Endless, Endless, Endless
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:08pm Matt from Springfield:

Is there an audience watching them record?
Avatar 4:10pm BT:

This one is actually a Boo-Hooray gallery jam Jesper wanted to air.
  4:11pm jt:

Endless! Endless! Boogie! Boogie!

cool that Matt Sweeny is there, part of the Endless part..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:17pm Matt from Springfield:

Ah, thanks BT!
  4:19pm jt:

holy mack truck ships hitting the fan base!
  4:20pm Jammers:

Sweet Sister Ray vibes a few minutes ago.
  4:26pm AR:

This is freaking awesome! Best jam ever
  4:31pm Loren:

Numbers Band on Hearthan, a little bit?
  4:36pm glenn:

admit it you guys, if brian was playing the allman brothers, you'd be hatin' on him with all your power.
  4:38pm Loren:

nope... love me some Duane Allman... even the Boz Scaggs track he's on - smokin'!
  4:40pm Loren:

It could be Dickey Betts & Great Southern... them's some fine tunes... a bong rip would be nice though.
  4:42pm cheer:

Hiya Brian! sounding pretty great!
  4:43pm Mike East:

I just saw a poster for the Allman Bros. Band advertising that they're ONLY playing ten nights at the Beacon Theater. I got nothing wrong with the Allman Bros, but I feel like ten nights is more than enough.
  4:48pm glenn:

it's due to inflation. they only had to play 2 nights at the fillmore 40 years ago
  4:50pm Loren:

Wiki says they were scheduled to play the Beacon in 2010, but it got moved to United Palace Theatre... FYI - they have played 200 shows at The Beacon... I guess 10 is a drop in the bucket.
  4:53pm Nate K:

Just tuning in now. What's been the ratio of boogie to choogle so far?
  4:55pm Loren:

The Allman Bros. have been palying at the Beacon since 1969... the laast set of shows got moved due to an extention of a Cirque Du Soleil..."however, the Allman Brothers were invited back to the Beacon Theater in 2011, and played 13 shows from March 10 to March 26. The March 25 show was their 200th at the Beacon."
  4:55pm Loren:

With all that, Mike East, totally understandable...
  4:55pm glenn:

Avatar 4:56pm BT:

Hey Cheer!
  5:03pm Nate K:

This is gnarly.
  5:13pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

...What is this 'Endless Boogie' - ?!?
...I am being bludgeoned to death by the blunt end of Hawkwind
...Calling Dinosaurs All the Day & All of the Night w/ Mudhoney
...Captain Beyond on Stupid Pills

...Yes: It *is* rather marvelous...
  5:32pm Ellen Levitt:

Solid music....and love the Mets stuff. From your airwaves to God's ears
  5:33pm duke:

I am busy chooglin'
  5:43pm the Illuminated Void:

this mutha jams bitch for shore
  5:53pm northguineahills:

This made my evening, thanks Brian!
  5:57pm Matt from Springfield:

All right! Thank you much Endless Boogie for delivering a show's worth to us!
Thanks Brian, Ernie and WFMU!
  5:59pm SteveL:

Incredible radio! Great stuff. Thanks!
  6:00pm Stanley:

Thoroughly enjoyed the last three hours.
Now off to bed,
'night all.
  6:01pm Bernadette:

Endless Boogie like fine Cuban Rum a brew of perfection.
  6:14pm Bernadette:

Forelock touched ,motion nothingless expressed " ta ever so " !
  8:37pm TyroneS:

Any word on whether this chooglin' will be available for download?
  9:54pm BT:

No download.
  6:22am emile:

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  4:08pm Ruben from Holland:

Any chance the 2005 show will be available for listening again?
Avatar 10:50am Cheri Pi:

Woohoo I have these jams all to myself!!!
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