Professor Dum Dum
Dave the Spazz
BRONWYN C. - The Kelly Jones Show Starring Bronwyn Carlton (Tuesdays at 6pm)
VICKI BENNETT/PEOPLE LIKE US - Do or DIY (Wednesdays at 6pm)
Getting a show on WFMU
Rediscovering a certain Hotline server for the best music I can find
Meeting Kenny G, about time too
Sean Landers - The Man Within
Doing a John Peel session/meeting John Peel
Tatu - How Soon Is Now?
Wing - Sings The Carpenters
Acquiring The People's Choice CD by Dave Soldier at last
Working with Rick Prelinger
Getting around to making some changes in my life (oh, that's 11)
LAURA CANTRELL - Radio Thrift Shop (Saturdays Noon-3pm)
1. Linda Thompson (Joe's Pub, New York, May 20) Sharing the stage with her son Teddy, Thompson faltered and blossomed with heart and nerve. The audience remained rapt from the "Banks of the Clyde" to the inevitable "Dimming of the Day."
2. June Carter Cash, Wildwood Flower (Dualtone) The autobiography and family album of a true Appalachian-American princess, completed just before her death in May.
3. Kate Rusby, Underneath The Stars (Pure) British folk buoyed by Rusby's warm voice and sweetly steely presence.
4. Steve Earle, Just An American Boy, The Audio Documentary (Artemis) In this sound track to his Jerusalem tour documentary, Earle rocks, rants, and otherwise expresses his patriotic urge to disagree.
5. Paul Burch, Fool for Love (Bloodshot) Burch delivers lush and literate country songs for late-night listening. Big dumb twang this ain't.
6. 39th Charles Wells Cambridge Folk Festival (Cambridge, England, July 31-Aug. 3) An unexpected heat wave made for sweaty sets by Robert Randolph, Roseanne Cash, John McCusker and Phil Cunningham, and the Waifs. Several thousand capered and grooved, combating the dry weather with warm lager.
7. Ray Price, Touch My Heart/Burning Memories (Audium Entertainment) Two 1960s albums reissued together show Price making the turn from master of the Texas shuffle to crooner extraordinaire.
8. Teenage Fanclub, Four Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty Six Seconds: A Short Cut To Teenage Fanclub (Jet Set) Sunnier than Glasgow in August, sweet guitar pop from these Scottish gentleman rockers.
9. Shelby Lynne, Identity Crisis (Capitol/EMI) A grand tour of Lynne's frame of mind via unleashed voice and guitar.
10. Gillian Welch, Soul Journey (Acony) Welch finds poetry in the old songs and makes some high lonesome verse of her own.
PSEU BRAUN (Fridays 8-11p)
Year-End top ten
BRIAN TURNER - WFMU Music/Program Director (Tuesdays 3-6pm)
musical, in no particular order:
ARBETE OCH FRITID / s/t (MNW)
CIRCLE / Raunio (Squealer)
REV. CHARLIE JACKSON / God's Got It (Case Quarter)
MOE! STAIANO'S MOE!KESTRA / Two Forms of Multitude (Pax/Edgetone)
THE FALL / Country On the Click (Action)
Belinda's "Institutionalized", Hoof N' Mouth Performance, 3/03
LED ZEPPELIN / How the West Was Won (Atlantic) + DVD
SPARKS / Li'l Beethoven (Palm)
DIAMATREGON / Blasphemy For Satan (Tumult)
Nonesuch 13CD Explorer series, Indonesia/Pacific batch
HARVEY MILK / Singles (Relapse)
DEERHOOF / Apple O (Kill Rock Stars)
KELLEY STOLTZ / Antique Glow (Jackpine Social Club) + Crockodials CDR
THE BUG / Pressure (Tigerbeat 6)
GETATCHEW MEKURYA / The Negus of Ethiopian Sax (Buda Musique)
THE SPEAKING CANARIES / Get Out Alive: The Last Type Story (Scat)
ALVARIUS B: In general. "Ding" w/Cerberus Shoal, the song burned into my cranium this year, the Javanese/Sumatran/Bali discs, the Bali/Morocco DVDs, doing the Sun City Girls WFMU broadcast (coming out as a 2CD Carnival Folklore disc next year, a beautiful thing indeed!)
TERRE T. - Cherry Blossom Clinic (Saturdays 3-6pm)
R. LIM - The Janitor From Mars (Sundays 6-9am)
Nine (9) musical highlights of 2003, in no order (cos ten would mean it's over):
Le Weekend 2003 festival in Stirling- impeccably curated with at least a half dozen musicians who would have merited the trip on their own.
Seeing Miminokoto perform the same set two nights in a row in a completely different manner and being blown away each time.
Being driven into a frenzy along with the rest of the Optimo crowd by LCD Soundsystem on a bank holiday weekend in Glasgow.
Box sets from Kazuki Tomokawa and the Golden Cups, plus (finally) a reissue of the Gen'ya '71 2LP.
The bagload of UK Garage/2-Step white labels and promos that Ms. R. collected in London this summer.
The re-emergence of Hiroyuki Usui and revived availability of his L Holy Letters CD + 7" (one of the all-time great recorded statements of personal expression).
Speaking of which, the reissue of Bruce Palmer's The Cycle Is Complete
The Rapture at NYU in February
All of the musicians and DJs gracious enough to stop by the station to play and/or chat.
MONICA (Fridays 12-3pm)
Event: The Great Blackout
People: Listeners and staff of WFMU, Olive (the dog)
Singer: Rose "Chee Chee" Murphy
Songs: "Sweet Black Angel" by Earl Hooker, "Windows Of The World" by Dionne Warwick
Label: Rosetta, Funky Delicacies/Night Train
DJ Theme: "Rosko's Theme" by Rosko from Rosko's Evergreens
Funk reissue: South Dallas All Stars Live At The Dallas Pop Festival 1970 (Now-Again)
Give the gift of music: "The Hustle" by Rutland Junior High School
Ensemble (gift from John Allen) and "My Confession Of Love" by Frankie Crocker (gift from Mr. Fine Wine)
Twelve compilations of note:
DAVID SUISMAN - Inner Ear Detour (Thursdays 9-Noon)
DONNA SUMMER - Advanced D&D (Wednesdays 11p-2am)
DOUGLAS WOLK (fill-in DJ)
DOUG SCHULKIND - Give the Drummer Some (Fridays 9am-Noon)
Here's a more detailed look at Doug Schulkind's favorites of '03
Favorite of the year:
DAN MACKTA (fill-in DJ)
BILL KELLY - Teenage Wasteland (Sundays 3-5pm)
Bill Kelly's Dirty Dozen (favorite releases):
CHARLIE (Mondays 9am - 12 Noon)
Maesri brand Red Curry Paste.
- My current fave, a perfect combination of chili, garlic, lemongrass, and Thai spices. I put this in everything but ice cream (note to myself: try with ice cream) -- soups, stews, sauces for noodles (in coconut milk, or, for something a little lighter, soy milk), miso-tahini sauce. Available in that little Thai food store on Mosco Street, in Chinatown.
Matouk's West Indian Hot Sauce
- Fruity, fiery, fun and feisty. I like it mixed with mayonnaise in sandwiches. Good with fried foods, Indian food, potatoes, meat (and fake meat) dishes. Available in Indian food stores on Lexington Avenue in the 20s.
Patak's Mango Pickle, Hot
- Good with Indian food, also in sandwiches, or mashed into mayonnaise or yogurt for a dip. Very strong spices and sour/sweet/hot flavor combo; might take some getting used to if you're not accustomed to it. Also available on Lex.
Chef Chow's Szechuan Hot Bean Paste
- Great with chow fun, other noodle dishes, in sandwiches and bean dips.
Chinese hot mustard
- I just get containers of it (not the packets!) from Chinese take-outs. Good in soups, noodles, rice dishes, with crackers and cheese (and beer). Great for clearing the sinuses. (Coleman's powdered mustard also good in a pinch.)
wasabi (Japanese hot mustard)
- A must with sushi, diluted with a little soy sauce. Good for marinating and broiling. Also a good head-clearer. (Don't exhale through your nose!) Anything sold with wasabi on it is ok by me: dried peas, chips, etc.
kimchee (hot Korean pickles; I like cabbage)
- There's a good brand available in health food stores that's low in sodium, but I forget the name, and I'm out of it right now. Otherwise, any kind avialable in Korean groceries. Good in soups, with grilled meats or other protein foods.
pickled jalapeno peppers
- Get extra containers when ordering Mexican take-out. Good in everything: eggs, salad spreads, soups, sandwiches, rice dishes.
- Sprinkle into soups, eggs, dressings, on orange wedges, etc.
Frank's Red Hot
- Readily available, cheap; good on tacos, splashed into tomato sauce.
PROFESSOR DUM DUM (Saturdays 11pm-Midnacht)
1) Favorite Quote: "How well we know what a profitable superstition this fable of Christ has been for us." - Pope Leo X
2) Favorite Quote when I cannot recall my really favorite Quote: "It is an act of virtue to deceive and lie, when by such means the interest of the church might be promoted." - Bishop Eusebius
3) Favorite suggestion from a listener as to what to write on Jesus if he were to appear and be crucified: "I got nailed at the crucifixion." (another listener said that he would write between one outstretched arm and the other: "I llove you this much.")
4) Favorite words a listener would say if Jesus were to incarnate in a NY alley and get raped: "Don't take a shower because you want to preserve the evidence."
5) Favorite gift that a listener would bring to baby Jesus if he were one of the three wise-asses: "Communist ideas."
6) Favorite words that a listener would carve into the belly of baby Jesus right before Santa Claus would throw him overboard the sleigh while in the sky: "Infidel" (and the target would be Professor Dum Dum - the baby bomb would seek out its taget like a smart bomb, but it is a dum dum bomb)
7) Favorite thing a listener would throw at a crucified Pope John Paul: a hammer, while yelling "Catch!"
8) Favorite description of the boyfriend of Jesus during the Second Coming Out of the Closet: "Rugged and mean, because opposites attract."
9) Favorite pesticide or similar elimination method of ridding the earth of Jesus if he were to incarnate, invented by a listener: "A giant mouse trap - probably a big glue trap because he could walk on water but he can't walk on glue."
10) Favorite answer to the most challenging question: It was asked of the listeners if they could find a passage in the Bible that explained the boy-raping behavior of priests. It seems that such behavior is almost a requirement. As with other perversions, there is a loophole in the Bible that allows maladjusted people to feel no guilt about their deeds. What is the quote? Casey in Rutherford unearthed the passage: 'Bring the children unto me, that I might touch them, and the disciples were dismayed....
BOB RIXON/ RIX (An Ancient DJ)
GUSTAV HOLST / Savitri: Based on an episode from the Mahabharata / City of London Sinfonia conducted by Richard Hickox / Helios.
DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH / Complete (15) Symphonies / WDR Sinfonieorchester conducted by Rudolf Barshai / Brilliant Classics.
YELLOW MAGIC ORCHESTRA / High Tech - No Crime: YMO Remixed / Moonshine Music.
DVORAK, JANACEK, ENESCU / Music for Wind Ensemble / Oslo Philharmonic Wind Soloists / Naxos.
JACKIE McLEAN / Hipnosis (With Grachan Moncur III / Blue Note Jazz Classic Series.
DAME MARGARET PRICE / Schubert Lieder / EMI.
STEVE REICH / Tehillim & The Desert Music / Ossia, Alarm Will Sound / Cantaloupe
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN / Variations & Vignettes / Alfred Brendel, piano / Vox Box.
SPIDER COMPASS GOOD CRIME BAND / Callopian Fallopian Cotter Tube Organ / Crippled Intelligence (7").
JOHANNES BRAHMS / Serenades No. 1 & No. 2 / Westdeutche Sinfonia conducted by Dirk Joeres / IMP.
HERRMANN, WAXMAN, SCHIFRIN / Masters of Mayhem / San Diego Symphony/ Orchestra conducted by Lalo Schifrin / Intersound.
JIM COHN / The Golden Body: Meditations on the Essence of Disability / Museum of American Poetics Publications (book).
SAM ABRAMS / Old Pothead Poems / Creative Arts (book).
Bonus: My brother moving out of his crappy apartment in Paterson.
CHRIS T. - Aerial View (Fridays 6-7pm)
This is a very personal, very eclectic list & ranges all over the map:
10. My new iMac. Finally, I can actually burn CDs & DVDs!
9. Giving my old iMac to my Dad. At 71, he's surfing the net & sending e-mail.
8. Iggy & the Stooges at Jones Beach. A perfect day & a great show.
7. Getting a piece published in a book all about poker.
6. Buying a new (used) car after 14 years with my (tired) Jeep.
5. Meeting William H. Macy. It's true: the bigger they are, the nicer they are.
4. Co-hosting the Radio Thriftshop live at the Museum of TV & Radio.
3. Singing "16 Tons" with the Hoof & Mouth Sinfonia, last day of the 2Ò03 Marathon.
2. Due to Internet listening, getting more & more calls from across the nation on Aerial View.
1. Aerial View: still going strong after 14 years & still my favorite hour of the week.
STEINSKI (WFMU pal and former DJ)
Top 10 for 2003, in no particular order:
DIANE KAMIKAZE - Kamikaze Fun Machine (Thursdays 3-6pm)
My stay on Easter Island (Rapa Nui) - studying archaeology & getting tattooed there
Touring with 999
New discoveries, or bands that STILL kick ass live:
Watch Them Die, Death Angel, The Darkness, Amon Amarth, Behemoth, Mastodon, Alice Cooper, Kreator, Subhumans, Skinless, Dysrythmia
Noxagt, the Cynics, Measles Mumps Rubella
Special Treats on DKFM:
Sound of The Beast, the Complete Headbanging History of Heavy Metal by Ian Christe.
MIKE LUPICA - WFMU Special Events Coordinator (Tuesdays 9-Noon)
Mike Lupica's thoughtlessly ranked top ten of 2003:
RICH HAZELTON - Inflatable Squirrel Carcass (Saturdays at Midnight)
10. Pearl-Harvest - When (Jester)
9. The Frank Book - Jim Woodring (Fantagraphics)
8. Thank You For Giving Me Your Valuable Time - Kaada (Ipecac)
7. Send - Wire (Pink Flag)
6. A Woman Is A Woman - Jean-Luc Godard (rerelease at Film Forum).
Easily the best strip scenes and arguments I've ever seen in a film.
5. 5 Is The Perfect Number - Igort (Drawn & Quarterly).
Heavily influenced by Johnny Craig, Bernard Krigstein, Will Eisner and Seth.
4. Everything Is Good Here/Please Come Home - Angels of Light (Young God)
3. Lil' Beethoven - Sparks (Palm)
2. John Hampson's bug art at the Fairbanks Museum in St. Johnsbury, Vt.
The nine complete works of a native of Newark, NJ, who used the bodies and parts of dead insects to portray his vision of America.
1. Life with Tamar
STEFAN - Spiral Sun Plan (Late night Thursdays 2-6am)
FABIO - Strength Through Failure (Thursdays Noon-3pm)
The music part of the "top ten"....
Sunroof - Cloudz CD (VHF)
Fennesz - Live in japan CD (DAT-1/Headz)
Language Removal Services - Ecstatic Opera vol. 1: The 100 Headless Diva, CDr (Language Removal Services)
Gordon Monahan - New & Used Furniture Music, CDr (Unreleased)
Supersilent - 6, LP (RUNE GRAMMOFON)
V/A- Music From The ONCE Festival 1961-1966, 5CD box (NEW WORLD RECORDS)
Basil Kirchin - Quantum: A Journey Through Sound in Two Parts, LP (Truck)
Ekkehard Ehlers - Politik Braucht Keinen Feind, CD (STAUBGOLD)
Rune Lindblad - Die Stille Liebe 2xCD, (Fylkingen)
Jacob Kirkegaard - 01.02, CD, (B-boy)
Davis Redford Triad - Blue Cloud CD (Holy Mountain)
DAVE THE SPAZZ - Music To Spazz By (Thursdays 8-11pm)
ROB WEISBERG - Transpacific Sound Paradise (Sundays 8-10pm)
Personal top ten cds, 2003 (no particular order):
Reissue cd: Guitar and the Gun (Various Artists, Ghana) / Sterns
Soundtrack cd: City of Ghosts / Lakeshore
Hit singles: Tribalistas: Passe em Casa from Tribalistas on Metro Blue and Juan Pena "El Lebrijano": Que Bonita from Yo Me Llamo Juan on Discos Senador
Best Cover: Sekouba Bambino: It's a Man's World (James Brown) - on compilation World 2003 / Narada
New grassroots indie label: Jumbie Records (jumbierecords.com)
New band discovery: Think of One (Antwerp) and Ojos de Brujo (Barcelona)
Mainstream breakthrough: Punjabi MC
Best live show in New York: The highly charismatic Mestre Ambrosio at Lincoln Center Brazil Beyond Bossa festival; Enrique Morente with Lagartija Nick at BAM Next Wave gets special mention for most interesting collaboration and dramatic stage show
Best music trips: Smithsonian Folkways festival in Washington DC especially for Malian bands; WOMEX world music trade fair and Feria de Flamenco in Sevilla Spain
Best record store newly discovered: Libreria Don Cecilio, Triana (Sevilla), Spain
MEGAN MURPHY (at your service Monday through Friday)
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KENNY G - Anal Magic (Wednesdays 3-6pm)
Kenny G's Top 10 Favorite Numbers
JOE BELOCK - Three Chord Monte (Tuesdays 12-3pm)
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MICHAEL GOODSTEIN (Monday 12 Midnight to 3am)
Teaching Girls With Hungarian Last Names How To Cook
Specifically how to cook vegan Thai dishes, and to make sundred tomato dip. Though the later is really food preparation, not cooking.
"Crazy in Love" - Beyonce
If your friends argue that "Hey Ya" by Outkast is better, I suggest negation of friendship status.
"Who's Your Favorite Baby" was the most often played song in my car this year. Particularly noteworthy live shows included May at Pianos, June at Lit and October at North Sixth.
Parties at Echo's Apartment
Home to a limitless array of alcohol ,and sound system components, all of which seemed to break immediately after being plugged in, or touching my hand.
"A blend of exotic fruit juices, cognac and premium vodka." I like to pronounce the q and make it sound French.
The Rapture - 12/12/03- Making Time/24 Club/Philadelphia
The only show I've seen this year, Rapture or otherwise, nearly as good as the Rapture show in December of 2002 at the Bowery Ballroom.
The sweet & sour sauce at Grasshopper - Alston/Brighton , MA
The word "sauce," despite it's labeling as such on the menu is completely false. It's a soup. It's worth starving your friends and taking them on a road trip for.
Rye Playland Opening Day, May 2003
Hungover friends at a suburban amusement park.
Tiga - Burning Down
12" of the year.
The fish at the Coral Room (512, W 29th Street, New York) i'm most likely to steal.
Note: I have never watched the O.C., which probably would otherwise be on this list.
DAN BODAH (Saturday 3am - 6am)
Dan Bodah's Best of 2003 in no particular order (except the first)
1. The baby gestating in my girlfriend's womb!
2. Nonesuch Explorer CD reissues - especially the gamelan albums and the stunning oud album by Hamza El Din - Escalay (The Water Wheel).
3. Cordelia's Dad - Jane 3" CD (part of Dark Beloved Cloud's Singles Club). Also, the live set at WFMU by Cordelia's Dad member Tim Eriksen.
4. Jimmy Breslin writing in Newsday about the coming Republican convention, to occur in Manhattan: "Bush and his religious right wing congregations despise New York and Bush never came to the city after the attack [9/11/01] except to pose for a fraudulent picture. Whatever amount the city gets from the convention, it is the most tarnished since Judas." AMEN!
5. Asa-Chang and Junray - Tsuginepu. Best moment: when they turn Star Trek background sounds into birds on "Toremoro."
6. Ratto Ja Lehtisalo - Kopernikus Hortoilee Nakinkengassa. Hot new drone-pop from Finland.
7. Sainkho Namtchylak - Aura" 3xCD. Underappreciated Tuvan improviser in solo, duo and trio settings.
8. New releases from Skullflower (Exquisite Fucking Boredom) and Sunroof! (Cloudz). Plus the Sunroof!/Vibracathedral Orchestra live set at WFMU and their tour CD Wings Over America.
9. Fellow DJ Belinda's cover of the Suicidal Tendencies tune "Institutionalized" with the Hoof and Mouth Orchestra during the WFMU Marathon Finale.
HENRY LOWENGARD (Webhamster)
Webhamster Henry's Top 10 Imaginary Recordings of 2003
1. Roots of Mash (Potatoe 2003)
Bootleg - Mashups are no new phenomenon: not only is the classic "Norwegian Wood/Mission Impossible Theme" here (Alan Copeland Singers, Grammy 1968, Best Contemporary Pop Performance, Chorus), also the exceedingly rare cult hit "Macbeth's Blues (L. Bernstein)", making use of the fact that blank verse in iambic pentameter meshes perfectly with the standard blues rhythm of, in this case, "St. Louis Blues".
2. JewWop (Chaiway 2003)
Doo-wop was derived from this, more primitive street corner klezmer/neopolitan street singing, where errant Yeshiva boys met up with truant altar boys from the catholic school around the corner.
3. Pride In Progress! (Recycled 2003)
Not an industrial musical, but a 15 minute Public Service Announcement whitewashing Belox Corporation's massive radium-226 pollution of the Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada watershed. Original, upbeat music underscores the distinctly Canadian voice.
4. Tuning Your Orchestron (Found in a piano bench I bought)
The Orchestron was a very large mechanical musical instrument, and this helpful recording plays every string, pipe, bar, cymbal, drum, bell, chime and effect clearly and repeatedly. Side two plays Lady of Spain, one rank at a time! Samples a plenty!
5. Word Bird! (Plantango, 2003)
Teach your parakeet to speak Hip-Hop and yodel.
6. I AM BATMAN! (private tape, 2003)
5-year old Lily O'Day debates gender issues with Billy Parrish, 6 years old.
7. The Alternate Lyrics Project (2003)
Great research project turns up dummy lyrics, encore verses, film verses and more for many Broadway hits. tastefully arranged for piano and sung.
8. Never A Dull Moment (2002)
Time-Compressed Hour of audio from a checkout counter at Wal-Mart. Accompanying DVD video shows the security camera screen.
9. The Minute Minuets (2003)
70 (70!) minuets composed by aspiring punk and rock bands. All under 60 seconds long.
10. Punkerella (Popera 2003/1996)
Cinderella set in a gentrified Loisada squat.
Cinderella: Maggie Estep
Fairy Godmother: Guest star Harvey Fierstein.
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