Favoriting Circle Time with Mark R.: Playlist from September 4, 2016 Favoriting

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments New Approx. start time
Janis Joplin  Try (Just a Little Bit Harder)   Favoriting I Got Dem Ol' Kozmic Blues Again Mama!  Columbia  1969  Jerry Ragavoy (co-composer) b. 9/4/30    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Meade Lux Lewis  Doll House Boogie   Favoriting 1941-1944: Piano, Celeste and Harpsichord Solos  Classics    b. 9/4/1905    0:09:27 (Pop-up)
Claude Helffer, piano; Orchestre National de France  Carnaval d'Aix   Favoriting Milhaud: Le Carnaval D'Aix, Op. 83b  Erato MusicFrance  1993  Darius Milhaud b. 9/4/1892    0:12:12 (Pop-up)
Dead Boys  Sonic Reducer   Favoriting Young Loud and Snotty  Sire  1977  Cheetah Chrome at Bowery Electric Thursday 9/8    0:33:07 (Pop-up)
Opera Mort  3m88   Favoriting Le Tour de L'Oubli  Tanzprocesz  2011  Jo Tanz on Daniel Blumin's Show Friday 9/9    0:35:28 (Pop-up)
The Fall  Vixen   Favoriting Singles and Sessions  Beggar's Banquet  2010  Brix Smith Start (guitar & vocals) on Brian Turner's Show Tuesday 9/6    0:38:09 (Pop-up)
Baby Shakes  Sugar High   Favoriting Starry Eyes    2015  On Todd-o-phonic Todd's Show Saturday 9/10; at Berlin Friday, 9/16; at Union Pool in Brooklyn Thursday, 9/24    0:42:09 (Pop-up)
John Lennon  I Found Out   Favoriting Plastic Ono Band  Capitol  1971      0:43:51 (Pop-up)
Pretenders  Bad Boys Get Spanked   Favoriting Pretenders II  Sire   1981  Martin Chambers (drums) b. 9/4/51    0:47:17 (Pop-up)
Titus Andronicus  (I Am the) Electric Man   Favoriting Local Business  XL  2013  At Monty Hall Thursday 9/8, SOLD OUT! Boo Hoo :(    0:51:29 (Pop-up)
Big Star  September Girls   Favoriting Radio City  Stax/Ardent  1974      0:55:33 (Pop-up)
Miles Davis  Turnaroundphrase   Favoriting At Newport 1955-1975: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 4  Columbia / Legacy  2015  Dave Liebman (sax & flute) b. 9/4/46    1:03:11 (Pop-up)
Santana  Incident At Neshabur   Favoriting Abraxas  Columbia    David Brown (bass) d. 9/4/2000    1:12:22 (Pop-up)
Walter Wanderley  Batucada   Favoriting Thievery Corporation Presents Sounds from the Verve Hi-Fi  Verve    d. 9/4/86    1:17:20 (Pop-up)
Kyoto Tabe  Poetic Tone Pictures, Op. 3   Favoriting Grieg: Sonata Op. 7, etc.  Chandos  2002  Edvard Grieg d. 9/4/1907    1:19:23 (Pop-up)
Claire M. Singer  The Molendinar   Favoriting Solas  Touch      *   1:37:02 (Pop-up)
Corinne Bailey Rae  Tell Me   Favoriting The Heart Speaks in Whispers  Virgin  2016  At Webster Hall Thursday 9/8    2:04:00 (Pop-up)
English Beat  Get a Job/Stand Down Margaret   Favoriting What Is Beat?  I.R.S.  1983  At City Winery TONIGHT!!!    2:08:10 (Pop-up)
Brian Auger, Julie Driscoll & The Trinity  Indian Rope Man   Favoriting Streetnoise    1969      2:13:44 (Pop-up)
Rolling Stones  Think   Favoriting Aftermath  Abkco  1966      2:16:55 (Pop-up)
Mac Rybell  The Lantern   Favoriting v/a brazilian guitar fuzz banana  Tropicalia in Furs        2:20:00 (Pop-up)
Tim Hecker  Black Phase   Favoriting Love Streams  4AD  2016      2:24:12 (Pop-up)
Plaid  Bee   Favoriting The Digging Remedy  Warp      *   2:30:03 (Pop-up)
Houston Symphony Orchestra  Symphony #2 in C minor, Scherzo: Schnell   Favoriting Bruckner Symphony No. 2  Koch International Classics  1996  Anton Bruckner b. 9/4/1824    2:42:53 (Pop-up)
Andy Griffith  What It Was, Was Football   Favoriting Just For Laughs  Capitol        2:49:08 (Pop-up)
Cat Stevens  Father and Son   Favoriting Tea For The Tillerman  A&M        2:54:51 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 3:15am
future transport:

someone out there is good and nice or we could celebrate this moment together
Avatar 3:15am
future transport:

Mark R.:

Why is it an either/or proposition?
Avatar 3:18am
future transport:

iiii am drinking and made a keyboard mess miserystake

iii meant we celebrate this moment together

because everything is magic
Avatar 3:21am
Mary Wing:

(when you're drunk)
Mark R.:

I agree, let's do that.
Avatar 3:22am
future transport:

iii was trying a correct a small error communication

imagine correcting the total mass error of current social engineering it will funniest if trump wins
Avatar 3:25am
future transport:

Mary Wing:

(when you're drunk)

when your strange , faces come out of the rain
Mark R.:

This will be one of the biggest landslides in history. But once we start talking politics, we lose the thread entirely. No matter what you say, someone's going to be pissed off. And we're here to celebrate...
Avatar 3:27am
future transport:

being here -+_=
Avatar 3:28am
Mary Wing:

Is the CD making that skipping sound?
Mark R.:

That is not the pitter-patter of mice in your house. We have a slight defect in the CD. But it's almost over, so we're going to see it through.
Avatar 3:38am
future transport:

its strange to see myself in the audience of some of the dead boys cbgb's youtube videos and wish to not be dead while whatever this is now is

n mid-1990, Bators was struck by a taxi in Paris during a bank holiday. He was taken to a hospital but reportedly left before seeing a doctor after waiting several hours and assuming he was not injured. Reports indicate that he died in his sleep as the result of a concussion.
Avatar 3:41am

Wow Mark R, great start! Obscure, but we were were hosted by Darius Brubeck in Durban post-Capetown Jazz Fest '05. Lovely man, and a noble soul.
Avatar 3:46am
future transport:

[PDF]Proof that John Lennon Faked his Death - Miles Williams Mathis
pretend hunt for a living John Lennon, but the message is there in the title: let him be! “He isn't still alive; but even if he is, let him be!” In the film, they tell you the
Mark R.:

Wow, Lisa, interesting. They seemed like a very cool family all around!

you kids

Family Guy! I am Electric Man!
storm dollsfrend:

no one killed me today
Dead Boys - Younger, Louder & Snottier (The Rough Mixes) (Full LP)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:08am
pacific standard simon:

Any excuse to play Miles is good enough for me. Hi Mark.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:09am

Just turned on the stream, I thought the Miles you're playing was Trout Mask Replica...for a second!
Mark R.:

Hi Simon, glad you could make it! I've actually been digging the deep, dark, electric 70s funk Miles lately. Took me a while to get there, but now I find it absolutely amazing. Still love the older stuff, too, of course...
Mark R.:

And welcome, Joeray!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:11am
pacific standard simon:

I see you're moving to a new morning.
Mark R.:

Yes, one day later--hope you can still tune in!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:16am
pacific standard simon:

Still works for me. Every weekend is a three day weekend, with my schedule.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:18am

Good Morning MarK R! That Miles Davis track was fast and bulbous! New schedule - two of my favorite WFMU shows back to back: Avant Ghetto and Circle Time.
Mark R.:

Nice of you to say. And Carol, who filled in for me last week, is going to follow at 6. I think you'll enjoy her show, too.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:21am
pacific standard simon:

I started out with the electric '70s Miles and had to work my way backwards. Worth it.
Mark R.:

Same with me, Simon. Started with "Bitches Brew" and then "Kind of Blue," etc. But the 70s stuff after "Bitches Brew" left me cold for a long time. Now I really like it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:24am

I listened to her show last week and you're right Mark, I really liked it!
Mark R.:

I was very happy she got on the regular schedule, she has beautiful taste in music. Almost none of which I'd ever heard of, but she turned me on to a bunch of new artists, and isn't that the very essence of FMU?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:26am
pacific standard simon:

It'll be nice to have Bethany Ryker back, too.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:27am

I was just going to comment that PSS!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:29am

She be very 20th & 21st century classical! A440/Stochastic Hit Parade
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:29am
pacific standard simon:

Inspired by this Grieg sonata. Long-hair music that doesn't sound like an NPR station.
Mark R.:

I loved her show, I guess for a while she was upstate or something part of the week and just physically couldn't make it, but now she's able to do it again and I'm so glad. She's another one who turns me on to all sorts of artists I never heard of that I end up loving.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:34am
pacific standard simon:

...And of course, Miles and Santana shared an album cover artist.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:34am
pacific standard simon:

Avatar 4:46am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- got a big bottle of 'Bitches Brew' beer - just for the album cover label - we'll see how well it lives up
...appreciating the insomnia enhancement playlist, Mr. DJ!...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:47am
pacific standard simon:

You can get Abraxas skateboard decks, too!
Mark R.:

Enhancing your insomnia by keeping you awake? Or are we putting you to sleep?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:52am
pacific standard simon:

I bought a bunch of those Frank Zappa Verve label beer bottles, but the beer was no great shakes. Finally took a picture of the bottles and recycled them. Collecting, feh!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:04am
pacific standard simon:

You must have put him to sleep.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:10am
pacific standard simon:

You got my attention -- I don't think I've ever heard any live English Beat before.
Mark R.:

Admittedly, that was a long, dreamy, hypnotic track.
Avatar 5:10am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...no - making insomnia worthwhile - one of FMU's great attributes.
Mark R.:

Too bad you're a left-coaster, they're playing a nice little club downtown tonight. God knows which original members are still left, but still...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:12am
pacific standard simon:

Stand down Donald.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:15am
pacific standard simon:

That reminds me, I've been meaning to look up whether there are any original members in Creedence Clearwater Revisited.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:16am

Good morning Mark and listeners. The new schedule brings its usual handful of disappointments, exciting new shows, and welcome returns
Avatar 5:17am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

@fred: Yeah.
Mark R.:

I've said this before--I don't envy station manager Ken's job, especially making out the schedule. As anxious as the DJs are about whether they're going to have a slot, he has to be twice as anxious knowing that no matter what he does, he's going to have to leave somebody really great off. The good news is, nothing is forever, so if you miss somebody, they might return. We were just discussing the return of Bethany Ryker earlier.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:22am
pacific standard simon:

The last two DJs that I've adopted both had their shows moved after I adopted them. Hmm...
Avatar 5:23am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

@Mark R: Yeah.
Mark R.:

I'm just happy to have a slot. I really love being here with you and knowing we're all listening to music together. It takes me back to my parent's basement, only with a much bigger and cooler library.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:25am
pacific standard simon:

I hope that Dave Mandl just got too busy with his band or something.
Avatar 5:32am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Yeah - Mandl.
Part of the basic Ethos of the whole 'FreeForm' enterprise I understand - even as it's written - is to give voice to the Unheard, or @ least the UnderHeard - even just for its' own sake. Every DJ here does that - so no problem there...Even so, Institutions develop - & I imagine that's about how everybody wants it...
A program on FMU not only brings access to expert curating of a niche that is hard to impossible to access otherwise - it's a micro-community & culture. So - that's hard to lose. But - yes - what takes its' place will likely be something equally worthy - & - yes - no schedule lasts...One eventually realizes FMU is more than just the current schedule (fill-ins, for example)...It's an embarrassment of riches.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:34am

I like hearing new shows, often that brings me music that is new to me, but not new at all. And the schedule change is when I reorder my accumulated premiums (I keep them sorted by the schedule order, then stream) which is a good way to listen again to something I hadn't listened to for years
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:35am
pacific standard simon:

And there's always the Drummer stream. I wish Monika was on it.
Avatar 5:36am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Five streams - talk about riches...They make the point that the Drummer is its' own thing w/ its' own character, & not just the Mainstream II or the Mainstream's lower tier or something...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:37am
pacific standard simon:

I'm wearing my Dave Hill t-shirt right now.
Avatar 5:37am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& it seems the Drummer & Ichiban schedules fill out/up more & more?...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:40am

The Drummer stream makes for tough choices for me, like Sheila or Jason? I know the archives are there, but time isn't
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:43am
pacific standard simon:

Keep i mind, Rabbit, that the Drummer stream is overseen by a former longtime FMU broadcast DJ.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:45am

What makes me really eager to hear new shows is that even for music I already know, another DJ will build the sets differently, bringing another perspective. And that's so important.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:51am
pacific standard simon:

I suspect that Hollywood adaptations of Broadway musicals have ruined Bruckner for me. I keep seeing fantasy sequences in my head while listening to his stuff.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:54am
pacific standard simon:

Weird. In what world does a southerner not know what football is?
Mark R.:

Well, it was 1953 and football wasn't quite the institution it is today.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:00am
pacific standard simon:

The Marx Brothers made a movie about college football in the early thirties.
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