Rhubarb Cake, 11/18/99, 9 AM-noon on WFMU
hosted by Douglas
Gnome invaders background music: Raymond Scott: The Playful Drummer reading: Christopher Cooper, "The Gnome Invasion" Uri Caine Ensemble: The Drummer Boy extreme jazz Mahler Mary Wells: Laughing Boy as extreme in its own restrained, teenagery way King Of The Slums: Joy (Skunkweed) the curling smoke feels like dub, but it's just the violin Gl*xo Babies: Christine Keeler the sneer and leer behind the governmental good times Boredoms: 7 from the new album; actual title is an upward-pointing arrow Jerry Douglas: We Hide And Seek feedback tripped up Alison Krauss's band playing this the other night Roy Montgomery: Just Melancholy so heavy and so light, could only have been recorded in a tiny room Otomo Yoshihide: Modulation #2 sine waves like razor beams, acoustic guitar like wool armor The Mountain Goats: Tollund Man best song ever written about ancient Danish ritual suicide Stephen Burt, reading from his book Popular Music: Persephone Unplugged Kudzu Score [two requests from Stephen: Game Theory: Where You Going Northern Crayon: Western Flyer] Ocean State Mods Home A Sudden Rain In The Green Mountains The Electric Chairs: So Many Ways flying lizards hanging from the ceiling Bob Starker: Thug Parade saxophone legions coming through the window Bablicon: Silicon Diode stray orchestrations puddling on the floor Cecil Taylor: Looking (Berlin Version), section 5 a piano gets hoisted up and cleans the room Paul Gayten: Yeah, Yeah, Yeah and then it parties with all its friends and neighbors Steffan Mossenmark: Wroom (Escort Remix) remix of a concerto for 100 Harley-Davidsons Various Artists: 8.5 (Ae remix 2) remix that is to its source as papier-maché is to reportage The Clash: Mensforth Hill more like a burning ball of newspaper Andy Haas & Makigami Koichi: Green Ant Song and then the flames form a fire golem Ui: Run, Pietro and these are the tracks it leaves in the peat Physics (recorded live in the WFMU studio by engineer Gil Shuster): Intro 711 Level 4 Delay The Traits: Nobody Loves The Hulk perfectly serious garage-rock about a Marvel Pop Art Production The Jack Brothers: Africa Coltrane via Gary Glitter--I must find this album Plone: Bibi Plone analog synths hooting around each other Rafael Toral: Little Stars individual guitar strings twinkling similarly Red Stripe Ebony Steelband: Yesterday just a little preview of the idea behind next week
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