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Options October 16, 2015

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Images New Approx. start time
Rasputin’s Stash  Mr. Cool   Options Rasputin’s Stash  Cotillion  1971  LP 
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Wooden Shijps  SOL '07   Options Vol. 1  Holy Mountain  2007  LP 
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Minutemen  The Red And The Black   Options 3-Way Tie (For Last)  SST  1984  LP 
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The Oscillation  Lament   Options Veils  All Time Low   2011  2LP 
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Nisennenmondai  Pop Group   Options Tori / Neji  Heartworm Press / Free News Projects  2007  2LP 
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Black Eyes  Speaking In Tongues   Options Black Eyes  dischord  2003  LP 
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Ex Models Feat. Kid Millions  Chrome Hearts   Options Chrome Panthers  Troubleman Unlimited  2005  LP 
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Screamers  Virtigo   Options demos 1977-1978  Not On Label  1978  LP 
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Mars  Cry   Options Mars Archives Volume One: China to Mars  Feeding Tube  2015/1977  LP 
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This Moment In Black History  Tony You Owe Me   Options Midwesterncuttalistick  Version City Records  2004  LP 
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Apache Dropout  Crystal Ball   Options Heavy Window  Magnetic South  2014  LP 
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The Stooges  1969   Options The Stooges  Elektra  1969  LP 
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ODB Feat. Macy Gray  ODB, Don't Go Breaking My Heart (Radio)   Options 12"  Damon Dash Music Group   2005  12" 
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Krupt  Ride With Us (Radio)   Options 12"  Antra   2000  12" 
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Nate Dogg feat. Fabulous & Kurupt  I Got Love (Remix Amended Version)   Options 12"  Elektra  2001  12" 
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Cedric Im Brooks  Africa   Options Cedric IM Brooks & The Light Of Saba  Honest Jon's  2003  2LP 
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Slum Village  Get Dis Money (clean)   Options 12"  Interscope  1999  12" 
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Gabor Szabo   Paint it Black   Options Jazz Raga  Light in the Attic  2010/1966  LP 
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Selda  Yaz Gazeteci Yaz   Options Selda  Finders Keepers  1976/2003  LP 
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A.R. & Machines  Ich Bin (Fröhliche Abenteuer Für Sinne, Geist Und Triebe) - I Am (Happy Adventures For Senses, Mind, And Inclination)   Options Die Grüne Reise - The Green Journey  Polydor  1971  LP 
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A.R. & Machines  Station 1: Globus / Im Selben Boot (In The Same Boat)   Options Die Grüne Reise - The Green Journey  Polydor  1971  LP      1:31:42 (Pop‑up)
A.R. & Machines  Station 2: Schönes Babylon (Beautiful Babylon)   Options Die Grüne Reise - The Green Journey  Polydor  1971  LP      1:34:17 (Pop‑up)
Giorgio Gaslini  Bali   Options Library of Sound Grooves: Obscure Psychedelic Manuscripts from the Italian Cinema 1967-1975  Semi-Automatic  2015/1970  LP 
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Maceo  The Soul Of A Black Man   Options US  Polydor  1974  LP 
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Dump  1999   Options The Skinny Mother Fucker With the High Voice  Shrimper  2001  CD 
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Patato & Totico  Ingrato Corazon   Options Patato & Totico  Verve Records  1967  LP 
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Moussa Doumbia  Keleya   Options Moussa Doumbia  Pathé  1977  LP 
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Lafayette Afro Rock Band  Oglenon   Options Voodounon  Editions Makossa  1974  LP 
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Delroy Wilson  Sweet Tender Love   Options 12'  Becket  1981  12" 
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Bush Tetras  Can't Be Funky   Options Rituals  Stiff  1981  EP 
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GoGoGo Airheart  Here Comes Attack   Options Exitheuxa  Gold Standard Laboratories  2002  LP 
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Bo Diddley  She's Alright   Options Have Guitar, Will Travel  Chess  1960  LP 
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Los Mockers  Que Vida   Options Los Mockers  Alligator Records   1986/  LP 
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This Bike Is A Pipe Bomb  This Is What I Want   Options Front Seat Solidarity  Plan-It-X  2002  LP 
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Kraftwerk  Showroom Dummies   Options Trans-Europe Express  Capitol  1977  LP 
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Listener comments!

Avatar 9:04am Polyus:

What's up Mr. Cool?
Avatar 9:14am Rev. Turnip Druid:

PEEPLE.
Avatar 9:15am Rev. Turnip Druid:

th'Wooden Schlippijs = ideal walking commute audio. Blessed y'all.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:23am ChrisVB:

this is a sweet set!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:24am Davis:

it is
Avatar 9:25am Cheri Pi:

whattitis
Avatar 9:27am ----|d¢ (pät)|----:

hgda.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:27am MD:

MY RADIO IS ALIVE WITH WFMU!! GOOD MORNING MY FREEFORM FRIENDS!!!
Avatar 9:27am ----|d¢ (pät)|----:

jeeze. That's pretty much what I was looking for this morning.
Avatar 9:27am ga01:

Morning!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:28am Stevel:

MMS: My new most favorite show on WFMU.

(Losing count of how many of those I have.)
Avatar 9:30am Chris from DC:

Ooh, Nissenenmondai. Great live band.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:31am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...riding the Friday morning wave
...Martytime - betweeen the cradle & the grave
...from the ghetto, the 3rd world or Mars
...be it avant, Jazz or aggro guitars
...the universe, the street, our ears
...it's just waking up w/ FMU
...it's where the fun is - it knocks back the fear...
Avatar 9:31am ----|d¢ (pät)|----:

wow. That was cool.
Avatar 9:41am Rev. Turnip Druid:

SCREEEEEMERS!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:42am Stevel:

Nice!
Avatar 9:42am Rev. Turnip Druid:

Need this very badly. Must destroy the most unfortunate earworm in history. Immediately.
Avatar 9:42am Chris from DC:

Oh, yeah, Screamers.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:43am Stevel:

"Need a mechanic on the panic train."

New favorite old lyric.
Avatar 9:45am Rev. Turnip Druid:

Picking up that Screamers demos LP was the most important thing I accomplished last year. Possibly ever.
  9:47am joejoejoe_m:

Mars - recorded live in a terrarium
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:48am Stevel:

...a terrarium on Mars!
Avatar 9:54am Cecile:

God, I just got here, but I love the "this moment in Black History" band name. I can't remember if that was from Detroit TV growing up or BET in the 90s...
Avatar 9:54am ----|d¢ (pät)|----:

You missed a ton already Cecile. Gonna have to clicky this whole show..
Avatar 9:55am bobdoesthings:

good morning
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:57am Guido from Cologne:

hello Marty and everyone!
Avatar 10:04am bobdoesthings:

M-E-T-S METS METS METS (i dont think i've ever watched a baseball game in my life..)
Avatar 10:04am Cecile:

this is the greatest record ever.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:05am MD:

Hey Marty...look at it this way...this song could be a Metropolitans song also!
RESPECT! They fought hard!
Avatar 10:05am ----|d¢ (pät)|----:

this is hilarious.
Avatar 10:05am Chris from DC:

Yes. Yes it is.
  10:06am MONEYBAG$:

WHY HAVE I NEVER HEARD THIS?!?
  10:07am Billy London:

amazing!
Avatar 10:07am Cecile:

I love MGODB
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:07am Greg from ZONE 5:

Morning, gang!
Avatar 10:08am Cecile:

this also is a jam I have not heard. this is xlnt
  10:13am P-90:

Sorely McMarty! I keep forgetting you're on the real "air" now on Fridays!
I 'm not always free to listen Fri AMs, I am today and it's a privilege, Man.
Avatar 10:17am the Canterbury wood-elf:

i love this Cedric Brooks album. This track is the odd one out though, the rest of it's a lot less funky, deeper roots vibes. All good.
Avatar 10:19am maja:

!
Avatar 10:21am ----|d¢ (pät)|----:

yeah, I have that Cedric album and don't even remember that tune..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:23am Ken From Hyde Park:

Feel better, Marty. At least the weekend is coming.
Avatar 10:27am bobdoesthings:

instant clicky star!!!
Avatar 10:27am Chris from DC:

Yup.
Avatar 10:28am ----|d¢ (pät)|----:

same here.
Avatar 10:31am bobdoesthings:

and another!! killin it
Avatar 10:32am Rev. Turnip Druid:

yet further evidence to support my obsessive 1971 theory.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:32am Guido from Cologne:

headquarters of the original label of Selda's album (Türkuola) were in my naighbourhood.

Kraut-alert! ;-)
Avatar 10:33am the Canterbury wood-elf:

Tell us yer theory, Rev!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:34am common:

with you on the 71 theory, rev.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:35am Guido from Cologne:

1971?
starting with Floyd's "Echoes"
Avatar 10:35am Rev. Turnip Druid:

Wood-elf: the 1971 conspiracy of excellence: all my favorite LPs were either recorded or released during that year. Something in the water. Or stars. Stars in the water, perhaps. But it was the best year for music (in my humble opinion).
Avatar 10:36am Utopiast:

Ich bin.....
Avatar 10:38am the Canterbury wood-elf:

I have a '66-'74 theory that's almost identical. Four years either side of my birth. All the best stuff. Depending on genre it seems to converge around different years within that (reggae, spiritual jazz, psychfolk and prog all seemed to have peaked '72-'73). It had occured to me that there might be some astrological explanation. Why can't people make records sound that good anymore, after another 40 years of experience and technological possibility??
There must be SOMETHING going on.
Avatar 10:38am Cecile:

Maybe the fact the Beatles broke up?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:40am Guido from Cologne:

Ha!
Good transition Marty!
Avatar 10:41am Rev. Turnip Druid:

amon düül's Dance of the Lemmings, the Faust s/t, Hawkwind's 'x in search of space,' the first grobschnitt lp (recorded '71 i believe), cluster '71, the first Gila record, ... it goes on & on..
Avatar 10:41am Rev. Turnip Druid:

...granted there's a certain krautrock bend at Casa Druid, but still...
Avatar 10:42am bobdoesthings:

what @guido said.. and now a comp I didn't know I needed to buy. thanks marty!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:42am Guido from Cologne:

Well, i prefer Yeti from Lemmings
Avatar 10:43am the Canterbury wood-elf:

@Rev It was worldwide. African music, Latin American music...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:44am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...you could argue The Beatles' last, 'Abbey Road', was their only 'modern' one on modern boards, & w/ the fully mature Pop chops; that they had only just grown up. Likewise the whole scene, in a way, w/ Prog coming out of Psych saying you can play well & have ideas in Pop & be recorded well...& the Amps were finally big enuff by the late 60s/early 70s - as far as Metal developing...The idea that it's not always about the 60s, but momentum was getting underway into the 70s - but before it got too big & corporate ??...
Avatar 10:45am Rev. Turnip Druid:

Guido: Yeti is a superior record, but Lemmings was my first; the gateway drug, so it has mega-magic.
Avatar 10:46am Rev. Turnip Druid:

...and for that I credit Archie Patterson's Eurock lecture series (cassettes) from a billion years ago.
Avatar 10:47am Cecile:

I think the boomers were at their peak buying power, and music was like a religion. Also, the counterculture was into seeing bands, so you could make a living touring without going multiple platinum.
  10:48am Josh:

love this James brown/ Maceo jam.
is this off a live album?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:48am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- yeah - that 'CounterCulture' was here to stay...
Avatar 10:49am Chris from DC:

Yeti is a top ten record for sure.
Avatar 10:53am Chris from DC:

Killer show today. Hate to miss the rest for a meeting.
Avatar 10:56am bobdoesthings:

Marty this is WFMU! you can't play this much good music all in a row like this..you're spoiling us!
Avatar 10:57am Utopiast:

Ditto, Bob
Avatar 10:58am Utopiast:

Gotta go and pluck some chicken strings. Later
  11:03am Linda Lee:

good morning! 1999 cover was superb!
  11:06am Claw!:

Marty is down with the sickness. Oooh ah ah ah ah!

Mornin', Y'all!
  11:07am Mark:

It's Crunch Time Woof-Moo-ers. You know all that money you donated during the Marathon? It's all gone! If you can throw a little something into Marty's tin cup, he'd appreciate it. Where else are you gonna hear such an eclectic, electric mix of tune-age? Come on.
  11:08am Linda Lee:

mailing mine in from the dialup forest.
Avatar 11:09am 67tele:

Gabor Szabo was such a badass, he could even play a sitar while driving a Vespa...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:11am Goyim in the AM:

This song is such a jam. A friend of mine gave me a mix tape with this song identified as "Not Bad Brudda" by Artist Unknown. My friend is an idiot with good taste.
Avatar 11:12am Cecile:

Moussa!
Avatar 11:13am Cecile:

I need to find me more than that one cut on this old anthology of African music.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:20am Greg from ZONE 5:

@Cecile: Was this on the "Love's A Real Thing" comp? I know it's on my iPod, but this version is like 8x longer…
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:26am Goyim in the AM:

It was on Doug's "It's a James James James World" premium a few years back...
  11:28am Linda Lee:

Goyim .. i'd rather know an idiot with good taste than a genius with bad taste.
Avatar 11:33am Cheri Pi:

Smoking a Jay!
  11:36am Claw!:

Tetras!
Avatar 11:36am Cecile:

Linda, I think I'd rather have the reverse, but only if the genius was a nice person.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:38am common:

who's smokin a jay?
Avatar 11:38am Cecile:

Greg, no. The moussa song was some Nonesuch I think music of Western Africa deal.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:39am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Idiots w/ Good Taste...is kinda what Rock'n'Roll is...
Avatar 11:39am Cheyenne:

Whoa Exitheuxa! Been awhile.
Avatar 11:39am Cecile:

also idiots with bad taste. Witness the Troggs.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:40am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...but then - sometimes Geniuses w/ Bad Taste is what it is...
Avatar 11:44am ----|d¢ (pät)|----:

BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Avatar 11:45am Cecile:

Here we go:






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Various ‎– Assalam Aleikoum Africa Volume 2 (Traditional And Modern Folk Music Of West Africa)

It was on Antilles. Anyway, Yeye Mousso was a staple on my CBN shows, and I was thrilled to find a copy of the comp in the late 90s.
Avatar 11:46am Cecile:

Ignore my bad posting from Discogs
Avatar 11:49am bobdoesthings:

thanks for awesome show marty!! see yaa
Avatar 11:50am Cheyenne:

Makin me all nostalgic d00d!
  11:51am Brendan:

totally forgot how much I loved this band and song!
Avatar 11:57am Polyus:

Kraftwerk 3-D show was pretty danged amazing in spots. I just wish it hadn't come in the middle of a run of 12-hour work days for me, too brain-dead to really get excited for it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:59am blee:

KRAAAAFTWEEEERRRRK!!
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