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Options January 16, 2008: Too many Nurdles

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Artist Track Album Year Comments New Approx. start time
His Name Is Alive  sweet earth flying II   Options Sweet Eartth Flower. A Tribute TO Marion Brown      *   0:00:00 ()
Lhasa de Sela  Desdenosa   Options La Llorona        0:07:11 ()
Richard Crandell  Alias Jane Doe   Options In the Flower Of Our Youth  1980/    *   0:11:23 ()
Six ORgans of Admittance  Goddess Atonement   Options Shelter From The Ash      *   0:16:52 ()
VIncente Fernandez  La Derrota   Options Para Siempre        0:22:35 ()
Modern SOund Quintet  Flamenco Groove   Options Otinku        0:25:50 ()
Mary Gauthier  Can't Find The Way   Options Between Daylight and Dark      *   0:36:47 ()
Fire On Fire  Amnesia   Options Fire ON FIre      *   0:42:45 ()
Soiled Mattress and the Springs  Cherry On Top   Options Honk Honk Bonk      *   0:47:20 ()
Funkadelic  Everybody's Going to Make It   Options America Eats ITs Young        0:50:21 ()
David Snell  Crabapple Jam   Options "The Mighty Mellow" lp comp.        0:56:09 ()
Miscued t one half of brotherJT ( no relation that I know of)            1:02:10 ()
Nina Simone  That's All I Want From You   Options Let IT Be Me        1:03:27 ()
Studio  Self Service   Options West Coast        1:12:09 ()
Dj Rupture & Andy Moor  #1   Options Live In France      *   1:20:10 ()
Andre Williams  I Want To BE Your Favorite Pair Of Pajamas   Options Silky        1:28:28 ()
Sun City Girls  Pork Floozle   Options Jack's Creek  1994/2007      1:29:25 ()
Mudboy  Wwhirlpool Wwindow Liight Nightt   Options Hungry Ghost These Songs Are Light      *   1:30:51 ()
Child Pronography  Only The Lonely   Options She's Got LEgs      *   1:35:22 ()
Feminine Complex  Never My Love/Hold On I'm Comnin   Options To Be In Love        1:38:02 ()
Para One  Nobody Cares   Options Epiphanie      *   1:44:18 ()
Martin Atkins China Dub Soundsystem  Pink 7- Determining the Dose   Options Made In China      *   1:48:24 ()
Vijaya Anand (prod)  Aatavu Chanda   Options         1:52:36 ()
Guy Boyer (France)  Sporting Flash pt 2   Options Special INternational        2:07:37 ()
De Boys An Dem (Dominica)  Cissy Strut (Metres)   Options Special International        2:10:24 ()
Circuit  Shelter   Options FFrr Silver On Black lp comp.  1989      2:13:01 ()
Chinese Ways  Secrets Of China   Options V/A New Beat Take One  1988  Belgium    2:19:16 ()
Isaac Hayes  I Can't Turn Around   Options V/A Move Your BOdy the evolution of Chicago House        2:22:55 ()
Peech Boys  Don't Make Me Wait   Options V/A Move Your BOdy the evolution of Chicago House        2:26:03 ()
Six Cups Of Rebel  Dubbe Ditten   Options Milky DIsco    Hans Peter Lindstrom    2:30:18 ()
Eroc  Tontillon   Options 3  1979/2005      2:37:15 ()
Electric Kulintang  #1   Options Dialects    Susie Ibarra & Roberto Rodriguez  *   2:43:23 ()
Golden Flamingo ORchestra  The Guardian Angel Is Watching Us   Options Uptown Disco Juggernaut        2:49:34 ()
General Electrics  Techno Kid   Options Klikety Kliqk        2:56:39 ()

Listener comments!

  Wed. 1/16/08 3:02pm Sean Daily:

First comment! Woo hoo!
  Wed. 1/16/08 3:04pm north guinea hills:

holy shit, it's warn defever w/ antibalas et al doing warn's tribute to marion brown. god, i heart HNIA!
  Wed. 1/16/08 3:20pm maria:

y'all know so much
  Wed. 1/16/08 3:22pm north guinea hills:

it's what happens when you listen to WFMU and try to pry away music literature from your own hands.....
haven't heard this new SOOA album yet...
  Wed. 1/16/08 3:25pm PARIA:


just a little correction; Lhasa de Sela is her name.

greetings from Berlin, Germany
  Wed. 1/16/08 3:27pm Sur:

Just got home and turned on the radio, in time to hear Lhasa! And everything that follows...WOW! Great sounds, feelings, vibes -- keep 'em coming!
  Wed. 1/16/08 3:29pm maria:

Greetings Berlin-- Just a slip of the fingers not mistaken identity, but thanks for your vigilance
  Wed. 1/16/08 3:38pm Eric:

Just to help -- it's pronounced Mary "go-shay".
  Wed. 1/16/08 3:39pm Eric:

And, yes, she is awesome. I used to live around Boston, where she played live a lot.
  Wed. 1/16/08 3:40pm maria:

oy veh, ok. ;>)
  Wed. 1/16/08 3:43pm Eric:

But what I should not have forgotten to say -- awesome show! You are bringing me such joy, thank you!
  Wed. 1/16/08 3:48pm JT:

I heard the Fire on Fire song and thought "oh is this Big Blood". Which makes sense. I also like this track.
  Wed. 1/16/08 3:54pm maria:

Yeah- JT- It seems like they're trying to throw us off their trail, but no, we wont be fooled, no matter how many times they change their name
  Wed. 1/16/08 4:03pm maria:

  Wed. 1/16/08 4:11pm Doug:

God I'm loving this, hurry up and post what it is :-)
  Wed. 1/16/08 4:14pm Doug:

  Wed. 1/16/08 4:14pm jeff:

yeah this is fantastico!!!
  Wed. 1/16/08 4:17pm tom:

Maria, lve the show... nothing like it in Philly area
  Wed. 1/16/08 4:18pm tom:

Maria, lve the show... nothing like it in Philly area
  Wed. 1/16/08 4:20pm JT:

I'm a JT, but not that JT. I live in Maine.
  Wed. 1/16/08 4:23pm Sean Daily:

JT, how JT would say you are on a scale of JT-ness?
  Wed. 1/16/08 4:26pm Doug:

I'm not sure I 'get' this Rupture thing, why not just play some dubstep without all the guitar skrangling all over it? The original producers don't get any credit this way.
  Wed. 1/16/08 4:29pm Doug:

Or share the name of the producer and the track that is playing behind the guitarist. Not saying that it's necessarily bad, just it sucks for the producer having his credit effectively stolen by Rupture.
  Wed. 1/16/08 4:32pm JT:

Oh, I'm at least two thirds of a six pack of JT. I don't know how that translates into James Taylor units, however.
  Wed. 1/16/08 4:32pm tom:

Beefhart and Zappa continue to influence
  Wed. 1/16/08 4:34pm north guinea hills:

doug, would you say the same thing for john cage and david tudor for the sound sources in their variations iv?

is the manipulation and contextualization which creates what makes it anew.
  Wed. 1/16/08 4:37pm north guinea hills:

fudruckers, i should have preceded 'is' w/ 'it'
  Wed. 1/16/08 4:41pm Phillytom:

There is no such thing as going to the "association" well too often!
  Wed. 1/16/08 4:43pm north guinea hills:

(note to self, preview for grammar next time). replace creates w/ is...... grimble grumble!
  Wed. 1/16/08 4:49pm Doug:

That's an interesting question. Christian Marclay etc., too. It's the same as the old copyright question of exactly what is fair use and what is a derivative work... I feel like Rupture is taking enough from the records he's playing and not altering them substantially enough to warrant a mention of the original artist. I wouldn't make a mixtape and not put a playlist on it - it would make it look like I was claiming those works as my own.
  Wed. 1/16/08 4:54pm Doug:

OMG I LOVE this song! Thanks for spinning this Maria!
  Wed. 1/16/08 4:54pm north guinea hills:

when i make mixtapes w/ 3-4 turntables and other media, the resultant schematic of authorship i create often becomes very convoluted.

in most of /rupture's previous 'abstracted' turntablism, he has given credit to his sound sourced.

in the end, i see no difference to a manipulated string vibrating and a manipulated sample. it's all a sound source.

if you take it far enough, the designer and/or craftsman of the 'instrument' deserves as much credit for the sound source as the musician who 'creates' it.
  Wed. 1/16/08 4:57pm Todd 76%:

Just for another perspective, I'm in a band that was sampled extensively w/o permission or credit by Eye from the Boredoms for a Hanatarash track...when we found out, we were honored!
  Wed. 1/16/08 4:58pm Doug:

I agree with you completely, NGH. However, what I've heard of the Rupture record that Ken and Maria have been playing has mostly been a single dubstep track with guitar solo over it - not a hell of a lot of manipulation going on. That said, I do agree with you in principle and there's probably more going on than I'm hearing...
  Wed. 1/16/08 4:59pm Doug:

Sorry to spam the comments here but I have to recommend that you check out the Vijaya Anand videos that are available on YouTube.
  Wed. 1/16/08 5:00pm north guinea hills:

i'm not sure of the "live in france" album, but in the past /rupture made his own dubplates for his live sets.
  Wed. 1/16/08 5:02pm Doug:

Live in France contains some tracks I recognize from my own collection.

PS This one in particular http://youtube.com/watch?v=_Hq1zDbLXno
  Wed. 1/16/08 5:10pm g:

I'm definitely not a proponent of a 100% "permissioned" culture (having to get a release or a license for every snippet of "content" one uses in another work) but if we're going to redesign the existing intellectual property laws in this country, putting aside $$ for a second, at a bare minimum there should be an attribution right for artists, similar to the moral rights concept in France . . .
  Wed. 1/16/08 5:11pm north guinea hills:

w/ the whole debate put aside, it really makes me blue in the face when dj's claim that the tracks they are playing are 'secrets'. it's a disservice to the original artists and it makes the dj look like a pompous ass. open source info for crate digging
  Wed. 1/16/08 5:12pm north guinea hills:

g, i agree
  Wed. 1/16/08 5:18pm g:

what I love about wfmu is that the djs seem pretty squarely opposed to the idea of dj "secrecy" (i.e. hipsterism), which is the hippest point of view of all . . .
  Wed. 1/16/08 5:25pm Doug:

I hate white labels and dubplates. But only because I'm jealous.
  Wed. 1/16/08 5:25pm maria:

aside from making like a pompous ass, the secrecy stance is a really easy balloon to pop- a really lame way to attmpt to gain status or whatever
  Wed. 1/16/08 5:31pm north guinea hills:

nice analogy, maria. i've popped that balloon before (trainspotted a mute dj).

y'all have a sumptuous awesome evening!
  Wed. 1/16/08 5:36pm Todd 76%:

Great show as usual, Maria! Farley "Jackmaster" Funk & Jessie Saunders - Love Can't Turn Around is an amazing remake of that Isaac Hayes track you just played, w/ one of the most over-the-top, gospel-inflected vocal performances I've ever heard. Bet you'd love it!
  Wed. 1/16/08 5:38pm rolf:

there's chewing gum popped under the mixing desk
  Wed. 1/16/08 5:39pm amiar:

rooops misfire cues again!!!!
  Wed. 1/16/08 5:47pm maria:

Thanks Todd 76-- I will look for it
  Wed. 1/16/08 5:57pm daniel spaniel:

this song is great. (guardian angel) the conductor in the background reminds me of this conductor i get occasionally on the weekends on (i think) the a/c line who is extremely nice, warm and verbose. another great subway song is by IRT (interbor rhythm team) about the ride from south ferry and heights of wealth to the "last stop" in Harlem. Can't remember the title at the moment. I heard it on Billy Jam's show.
  Thu. 1/17/08 2:57am punjab:

Enjoyed the show Maria.

That Aatavu Chanda cut is on Asia Classics I from David Byrne's Luaka Bop label. Luaka Bop has these credits for the song:

Lyrics by Chi. Udayashanker
Performed by S.P. Balasubrahmanyam & Manjula Guru

This song is also on Luaka Bop's Zero Accidents on the Job 10 Year retrospective 2 CD set.
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