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Favoriting August 18, 2019: Join us for our Weekly Sales Meeting

"Punctuating Pataphysical Percussion and Aural Absurdist Accentuation". You Can Better Your Best at the rustic Esso Motor Lodge off I-23 up Canada way at 2pm sharp. Arrive early for your complimentary cheese basket.


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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Images Approx. start time

Music behind DJ:
Chico Hamilton 

That Boy With That Long Hair   Favoriting

 

 

 

Running 2 minutes late, on the metro. See you in the Ambassador Suite shortly team for our big weekly sales conference. 

 

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Emil Richards & the Microtonal Blues Band  Spirit Of 1976   Favoriting Spirit Of 1976  Impulse!  1969   
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Gabor Szabo  The Beat Goes On   Favoriting The Sorcerer  Impulse!  1967   
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Bob Thiele and His New Happy Times Orchestra, Gabor Szabo with The California Dreamers and Tom Scott & Bill Plummer  Eight Miles High   Favoriting Light My Fire  Impulse!  1967   
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Don Sebesky  Lady Madonna   Favoriting The Distant Galaxy  Verve  1968   
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Voyage from the past... to the year... 

 

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Ted Heath and his Music  In The Year 2525   Favoriting The Big Ones  London Phase 4  1970   
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The Hellers  And Now The News   Favoriting Singers…Talkers…Players…Swingers… & Doers  Command  1968   
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Claude Denjean  Venus   Favoriting Moog!  London Phase 4  1970   
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Claude Denjean  Kiss This   Favoriting Open Circuit  London Phase 4  1973   
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Claude Denjean  Désormais   Favoriting Moods  London Phase 4  1976   
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By command, moog in the year 1969... 

 

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Dick Hyman  The Moog And Me   Favoriting Moog - The Electric Eclectics  Command  1969   
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Richard Hayman  Dansero   Favoriting Genuine Electric Latin Love Machine  Command  1969   
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The Copper Plated Integrated Circuit  Integrated Circuit   Favoriting Plugged In Pop  Command  1969   
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Dick Hyman  Give It Up Or Turn It Loose   Favoriting The Age Of Electronicus  Command  1969   
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Marcy Tigner on Trombone, a street in Montreal, a market in Versailles and a bathroom I needed to abscond to/with. 

 

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Pete Drake  My Bluest Day   Favoriting Forever  Smash  1964   
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Ted Heath And His Orchestra  Nightfall in Venice   Favoriting A Yank in Europe, The Music of Raymond Scott  London  1957   
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Pete Rugolo  In a Modal Tone   Favoriting Music From Out Of Space  Mercury  1959   
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Danny Guglielmi and Dena  Firelight Reverie   Favoriting Adventure In Sound  Tops  1957   
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Tony Mottola  Danger   Favoriting Mr. Big  Command  1959   
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Marty Manning and his Orchestra  Night On Bald Mountain   Favoriting The Twilight Zone  Columbia  1961   
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I break, you break, we all break for bongos... 

 

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Los Admiradores  Blue Moon   Favoriting Bongos  Command  1960   
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Los Admiradores  Caravan   Favoriting Bongos/Flutes/Guitars  Command  1960   
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Kokee Band  Love For Sale   Favoriting Exotica 1970  Solid State  1967   
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Julius Wechter and The Baja Marimba Band  I'll Marimba You   Favoriting Fresh Air  A&M  1969   
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Danny Guglielmi  Mosquito Festival   Favoriting Adventure In Sound  Tops  1957   
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Ted Heath And His Orchestra  London Airport   Favoriting A Yank in Europe, The Music of Raymond Scott  London  1957   
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Touching down... Transporation to the past utilizing WFMU's Teleportation Mixboard... 

 

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L'Infonie  J’ai perdu 15 cents dans le nez froid d’un ange bronzé   Favoriting Volume 3  Polydor  1969   
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Hal Blaine  Vibrations (August)   Favoriting Psychedelic Percussion  Dunhill  1967   
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Emil Richards  Sardonyx (August)   Favoriting New Sound Element "Stones"  UNI  1967   
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The Zodiac  Leo - The Lord Of Lights   Favoriting Cosmic Sounds  Elektra  1967   
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Meanwhile... in the Hollow Earth... 

 

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Neil Norman & His Cosmic Orchestra  March Of The Lizard-Men (Composed by Les Baxter)   Favoriting Les Grands Thèmes de la Science-Fiction  Vogue  1981   
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Shawn Lee  Tiger Style   Favoriting Synthesizers In Space  Eighteenth Street Lounge Music  2012   
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André Brasseur  X2   Favoriting Goes Discotheque At The Locomotiv'  RCA  1974   
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Dan Lacksman Association  Waterloo   Favoriting Moog Sounds - Twin Deluxe  Musicor  1973   
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Snakes in the Waterloo... 

 

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Vagabond Cinema Pops Arkestra  Snake Woman (ヘビにまかれな)   Favoriting Promotional Only (From Outer Space)  Midi Creative  1997   
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The Raymond Scott Quintet  Snake Woman (Alternate)   Favoriting Ectoplasm  Basta  1949  Compilation 2008 
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Music behind DJ:
 

 

 

 

 

Coming up shortly... we have two lovely Humpback Whales in the studio for you today... 

 

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D. Rothon  The Bus That Never Came, The Train That Never Left   Favoriting Nightscapes  Clay Pipe Music  2018   
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Humpback Whales  Tower Whales   Favoriting Songs Of The Humpback Whale  Capitol  1970   
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Hank Badings  Capriccio (For Violin And Two Sound Tracks: Introduzione - Lento - Allegro)   Favoriting More Electronic Music By Badings  Basta  1959  Compilation 2009 
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Chris Carter  Like Clockwork   Favoriting New Clockwork Music  Electronic Sound  2018  Compilation 
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Oharaska  A Fábula   Favoriting Outro Tempo II: Electronic And Contemporary Music From Brazil, 1984-1996  Music From Memory  1991  Compilation 2019 
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There is nothing to fear, but fear it...hold on a second, FEAR THEM... FEAR... THEY LIVE!!! 

 

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T.J.  Beings Are Beings: Overcoming Your Fear Of Extra​​-​​Terrestrials Through Self​​-​​Hypnosis - Side 1   Favoriting Beings Are Beings: Overcoming Your Fear Of Extra​​-​​Terrestrials Through Self​​-​​Hypnosis  Left World Archives    Reissued(?) 2013. T.J. is/was a D.I.Y. New Age And Self​​-​​Hypnosis Artist, Little To Nothing Is Known About The Man, He's Presumably Canadian And Likely Lived Somewhere In British Columbia But That's All Anyone Seems To Know About Him. 
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Music behind DJ:
 

 

 

 

 

Yes please... leave the light on... and the door open... 

 

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Angel's Breath  Velvet   Favoriting Outro Tempo II: Electronic And Contemporary Music From Brazil, 1984-1996  Music From Memory  1994  Compilation 2019 
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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:42pm
Mr Fab:

I'm here early. Where's my cheese?!?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:46pm
Otis Fodder:

Are you in the Ambassador Suite? There was a last minute change announcement made by front desk and sent to employee pagers. If you are in the Chevron Hall, you just need to exit and make your way to the 2nd floor from the mezzanine and ask Walter, the door operator to guide you. See you soon for profits!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:50pm
Mr Fab:

Don't know how many salespeople will make it today after last nights' party in the Lodge lounge. Never did find my fez...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:54pm
Mr Fab:

Hey all you lazy Sunday people. I'm at work, but with a gloriously empty in-box. So far. If I disappear from the chat, you know why.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:55pm
Otis Fodder:

As always, it's never about the numbers, it's about the individual, that key component of the program, that makes the program.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:55pm
Otis Fodder:

I have a conference to host. Will be in and out of chat as well. Hope you all have a splendid time this week!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:58pm
Otis Fodder:

For all time-travelers and parallel-universe-drivers (certified/licensed), we have a gift basket for you on level 23, interdimensional portal #9824375-b
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:08pm
Mr Fab:

Let's all sing the company song! Whatever that is... "Creme de la Creme," maybe?
Avatar 2:08pm
Linda Lee:

hi everyone!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:11pm
Mr Fab:

hi Linda! Care for an hors d'oeuvre?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:13pm
Otis Fodder:

Hi Linda!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:15pm
Mr Fab:

You can actually rent Emil Richard's mind-boggling collection of percussion instruments:
www.lapercussionrentals.com...
/categories/emil-richards-collection

There really is such thing as a 'death knell.'
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:16pm
Otis Fodder:

Holy cow!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:25pm
Mr Fab:

I think this is "8 miles High," not "Light My Fire." Which is fine, you dont' hear too many covers of this one.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:26pm
Otis Fodder:

It's Eight Miles High ... album title is Light My Fire. :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:26pm
Mr Fab:

Oh duh!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:28pm
Otis Fodder:

Ha, gives me an idea now to mismatch all song titles / artists on a future playlist. Or put 'em in Pig Latin or Anagrams.
Avatar 2:29pm
Linda Lee:

wow...
sorry man just flashing..
whew!
yes. horse dovers. thanks!! i'm really hungry now.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:29pm
Otis Fodder:

There's a Elmer Fudd text generator online too... that would be silly.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:31pm
Mr Fab:

Go for it! Sometimes when I'm loading songs into the Sheena stream, i realize that they weren't coded correctly, and there's no artist and/or song title. And if it's an instrumental, I sometimes have no idea what it is. So i've made stuff up. So if you see a song credited to, say, The Tor Johnson Experience...
Avatar 2:32pm
Linda Lee:

whooooaaaawww..
Avatar 2:34pm
Linda Lee:

absolutely dynamite set.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:35pm
Mr Fab:

Sure was! Just looked it up, and hey whatdoyaknow, Emil Richards is also on the Bob Thiele album.
Avatar 2:36pm
Linda Lee:

i'm as live as i can be, bro'! i'm groovin.
Avatar 2:37pm
Linda Lee:

.. on a sunny afternoon.
Avatar 2:37pm
Linda Lee:

not 2525 is it?
Avatar 2:38pm
Linda Lee:

oh my good lord it is! this song mesmerized me when it came out.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:40pm
Mr Fab:

I'm totally fruggin'/watusi-ing/mashed potato-ing to this one. A most frug-able selection, sir.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:43pm
Mr Fab:

"The Hellers" is such a relic from the Mad Men era - an album by an ad agency?! But with all actual ads removed. "Meta," as the kids would say.
Avatar 2:44pm
Linda Lee:

love the way they avoided any political statement on 'the news'. usually when a news broadcast was included on record it made a definite statement (like simon & garfunkel's 'silent night'). always striking out of context.
Avatar 2:45pm
Linda Lee:

love the pseudo peter max graphic. peter max was absolutely everywhere..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:48pm
Mr Fab:

Funny, yeah, two albums in a row w/the Pseudo Max covers. Poor Peter, his style getting ripped-off everywhere, (Actually, he wasn't "poor" at all, heh, I'm sure he did alright, but you know what I mean)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:50pm
Otis Fodder:

Max Hommage and Flattery abound!
Avatar 2:50pm
Linda Lee:

yes he did exceptionally well & licensed his designs *everywhere*. school lunchboxes.. everything. i was a fan & could always pick out his work from the copies. it had a trippy edge that the copies didn't quite approach.
Avatar 2:51pm
Linda Lee:

plus he signed his! :-)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:53pm
Mr Fab:

One of those highly successful artists who will never be included in any art history books. (Maybe BECAUSE he was highly successful?)
Avatar 2:56pm
Linda Lee:

yes, maybe. i'm not sure where he'd go, as far as genre. his work was more poster art than anything else. not comic art, not classical illustration, .. poster art that also went on wrist watches.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:00pm
Mr Fab:

Hayman! Hyman! Ho-man! You're as welcome as can be...
Avatar 3:00pm
Linda Lee:

i was **fascinated** by this Dick Hyman album when new, too. (thank goodness for older cousins & siblings!) loved the cover! i should really own it. alas, never have!
Avatar 3:02pm
Linda Lee:

there's nothing like album cover art. such a neat package.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:23pm
Mr Fab:

Speaking of sample-able drum breaks: Copper Plated Integrated Circuit's version of "Love Child." (DJs/producers: you're welcome)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:35pm
Mr Fab:

Well now, I gotta find that "Adventure In Sound" lp,don't I? That was choice. And as it's on the lowly Tops label, it won't be expensive.
Avatar 3:42pm
Linda Lee:

such great stuff. so amazed.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:20pm
Mr Fab:

I saw Bob Moog himself in person, talking about (among other things) the "Cosmic Sounds" album. he said it was the first West Coast LP w/Moogs - the album had already been recorded, and they added electronics over it. And he said the musicians working on it were excited: "Wow man, we're making real 'head' music!"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:05pm
Mr Fab:

just had to do a mess o' actual work/talk w/co-worker. Of all the nerve!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:07pm
Otis Fodder:

Ha, sounds like my day, almost every day. Hello archives, yay! WFMU is so great that we have archives going back, far back, whereas a lot of college stations have limited, if any archives stretching back a few weeks.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:10pm
Rich in Washington:

Hi Otis! Been listening but not near a computer until now. Splendid show!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:10pm
Rich in Washington:

Hi Linda Lee!
Hi Mr. Fab!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:19pm
Otis Fodder:

Hi Rich, great to see ya!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:27pm
Mr Fab:

Heya Rich! Not only would this not soothe me after being abducted, I think it would creep me out even more. Hopefully, I'll never find out for sure.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:29pm
Otis Fodder:

Yes, one of the rules with T.J. is the door, always... stays open. Better yet, take the damn thing off it's hinges.
  5:29pm
Jeremy:

I have dreams about it sometimes!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:30pm
Otis Fodder:

Dreams can manifest reality... reality realized in dreams... going to watch They Live again.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:37pm
Mr Fab:

thanks to songs played earlier, I'll be dreaming of Lizard Men and Snake Women.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:40pm
Otis Fodder:

Fab... Remember Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft ... they are your friends.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:46pm
Mr Fab:

It's so weirdly wonderful that The Carpenters covered 'Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft." I like when these very mainstream acts have anomalies in their catalog.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:54pm
Mr Fab:

You can't be done yet, i have another hour of work today! Thanks, Otis, you were really hitting all my buttons today.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:55pm
Mr Fab:

next live show here in the Room: the wild 'n' wooly sounds of Record Roulette Club with DJ Henry,
Mondays 2 - 3pm (EDT). See y'all there
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:56pm
Otis Fodder:

Got a lot more to play here, saving stacks for next week and will pull out more. Nice to see you all and have a nice Sunday eve!
  5:58pm
Chuck:

thanks for the great show buddy!
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