Options Stochastic Hit Parade / A440 with Bethany Ryker: Playlist from February 3, 2008 Options

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Options February 3, 2008: Superbowl Sunday

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Artist Track Album Label Comments
Ivan Patachich  Water Music (1988)   Options Hungarian Electroacoustic Music  Hungaroton   
Zoltan Pongracz  Mariphonia (1972)   Options Hungarian Electroacoustic Music  Hungaroton   
Box  Studio 1   Options Untitled 7  Rune Grammofon  Raul Bjorkenheim, Trevor Dunn, Stale Storlokken & Morgan Agren 
         
Hyo-Shin Na  Ocean / Shore 2   Options All the Noises  New World  with John Anderson - clarinet, Marieke Kese - violin, Manuel Visser - viola & Nina Hitz - cello 
The Draperies  Bb / Db   Options L'histoire du chapeau  Rat Drifting  Eric Chenaux, Ryan Driver & Doug Tielli 
Mauricio Kagel  Anthese (1962)   Options Anthology of Noise & Electronic Music, Vol. 5  Sub Rosa   
 
Gavin Bryars with Alter Ego & Philip Jeck  The Sinking of the Titanic   Options The Sinking of the Titanic  Touch Tone  recorded 2005 at Venice Biennale 
Dajuin Hao  Satisfaction of Oscillation   Options Anthology of Noise & Electronic Music, Vol. 5  Sub Rosa   
Pauline Oliveros - Miya Masaoka  Twilight   Options Accordion Koto  Deep Listening   
Andrea Belfi  Knots   Options Knots  Die Schachtel   
Evangelista  For the L'il Dudes   Options Hello, Voyager  Constellation   
Francis Dhomont  Chiaroscuro...ou les jeux de l'ambiguite   Options Cultures Electroniques / 3  Le Chant du Monde   
Earl Howard  Rosebud (1989)   Options Clepton  New World  with Gerry Hemingway - drums 

Listener comments!

  Sun. 2/3/08 9:31pm myk freedman:

My super bowl party is of the most unusual nature. No salty foods, beer, pizza, wings, people or tvs are present. I do have a radio but it is set to not let me know what is going on in the wolrd of sports. I win!
  Sun. 2/3/08 9:33pm ranjit:

my superbowl party: eating caramels and listening to WFMU!
  Sun. 2/3/08 9:36pm mary jane:

Love your show but have turned it off after you briefly discussed the Super B. I turn to you to get away from such crap.It is just too disgusting and boring to hear about it and I do not want to be annoyed by any more reference to it.Football marketing lingo and rituals are profoundly crass, stupid and probably corrupt...Shall now stop complaining. Will listen next week.
  Sun. 2/3/08 9:43pm bethany:

Hmm...my only mention of Superbowl XLII was to give an alternative to it and to begin a discussion among listeners about how they deal with it's enormity in our culture - along those lines, I appreciate your feedback...it's all grist for the mill.

'til next week -b.
  Sun. 2/3/08 9:45pm bethany:

Myk - are you buddies with The Draperies (on now)? They are your Toronto label-mates....
  Sun. 2/3/08 9:47pm myk:

Yeah, Ryan is in my band. and Doug recorded our record.
  Sun. 2/3/08 9:48pm myk:

they played my bar mitza.
  Sun. 2/3/08 9:54pm bethany:

...and they time travel with your cat?
  Sun. 2/3/08 9:59pm myk:

To my knowledge, Ryan is the only cat (of the jazz nature) I know who has actually done it. It's not really the type of thing one discusses freely, you know, so there could have been other occasions.
  Sun. 2/3/08 10:03pm dragonflyshards:

hi Bethany.i do agree w mary jane,but-as w many other things that annoy me about american"culture"-much of the world culture,from what i know- i'd be terribly depressed if i wasn't able to laugh at it(though sometimes provocatively)...that said-i'v never watched a superbowl.I have had 1or 2 SB parties w no TV on,though...and,if i had a bigger appartment now i'd have a lingerie party,or costume bash-maybe TV-no sound-another TV in another room w tapes of Soultrain from the 70s' on-(no sound)-good music-sushi,red wine,sake,ouzo,honey-sweetened dairy-free hot chocolate w sambuca,frangelico,ameretto,or brandy...lots of chocolate & olives & walnuts & fruit-& games,dancing,and,maybe"super bowls"(nudge,nudge!)...alas-not this year.
  Sun. 2/3/08 10:45pm v:

reich would be proud
  Sun. 2/3/08 11:58pm myk:

great show, Bethany.
  Mon. 2/4/08 12:00am Jon:

great show thanks!
  Mon. 2/4/08 12:48pm Paul:

I've never watched the Superbowl. However turning off a video I found the preparations for it going out on British TV, so I half watched for a few minutes while clearing up my ironing. There was some terribly smug pompous promo video from the Patriots about teamwork and why they were going to win following a commentator about their perfect season and how they were the favourites, so I'm made up about the result. Of course, if I knew anything at all about the Giants I probably wouldn't like them either.

Just listening to The Sinking of The Titanic - sounds a bit as though it's recorded through a bowl of cornflakes, but presumably that's the marker that there's some turntablism going on!

Great show as ever - marker to self, must not stay at work to listen all the way through today - there's domestic labour to be done!
  Wed. 2/6/08 4:22pm Lunatim:

What?? The Stuporbowl is still around??
Seriously, that dumb show represents all that sucks about America: brain-dead Homer Simpsons snacking on deep-fried crap, advertisements for crappy domestic pisswater pilsners that put real beer to shame, and a retarded game where many retarded gorillas fight over a stupid pointy ball that doesn't bounce right. Blechh...
  Sun. 2/24/08 11:36am barkat moon:

plse lunatim blechh may mean belch.like gentleman ike wud point out. if u spell bad progressive europeon stay awake all night and worry bout air strikes and friendly fire.be nice
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