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Options July 15, 2008

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Link Wray  I'm So Glad, I'm So Proud   Options Wray's Three Track Shack  Acadia  0:00:00 ()
The Faces  That's All You Need   Options Five Guys Walk Into A Bar  Rhino  0:04:04 ()
Unicorn  Something To Say   Options Uphill all the Way  Breathless  0:09:05 ()
Betty  River Bummin'   Options Handful  Shadoks  0:13:51 ()
Coloured Balls  Something New   Options Ball Power  Aztec Music  0:17:04 ()
 
Kasai Allstars  Kafuulu Balu   Options In The 7th Moon, The Chief Turned Into A Swimming Fish And Ate The Head Of His Enemy By Magic  Crammed Disc  0:29:08 ()
Ron Geesin  Organ In The Clouds   Options Electrosound  KPM  0:34:31 ()
Gilberto Gil  Objeto Semi-Identificado   Options The Sound Of Revolution 1968-69  El  0:36:49 ()
Pyha  Unknown   Options The Haunted House  Tumult  0:42:17 ()
Fennesz  Codeine   Options Field Recordings 1995-2002  Touch  0:47:38 ()
 
Tina Mason  Are You There   Options Is Something Wonderful!  Now Sounds  1:00:23 ()
The Forum  World Of Illusion   Options The River Is Wide  Rev-Ola  1:03:49 ()
Charley Cuva  Go Lucky Airlines   Options Putney Swope  Fortune Teller  1:06:12 ()
The Rainbow Orchestra  La Avispa   Options The In-Kraut Vol. 3  Marina  1:10:02 ()
Johnny Osbourne  Can't Buy Love/Swing Easy   Options Truths And Rights  Heartbeat  1:14:29 ()
Concrete Rubber Band  Christian   Options Risen Savior  Radioactive  1:20:03 ()
 
Health//Disco  Triceratops (Acid Girls Rmx A)   Options You WIll Love Each Other  Lovepump United  1:32:57 ()
Broadcast  Echo Is Answer   Options The Noise Made By People  Warp  1:37:38 ()
Pumice  World With Worms   Options Quo  Soft Abuse  1:40:42 ()
Klimperei  La Soupente   Options Love You  Jardin Au Fou  1:42:58 ()
Ex Reverie  Clouds? Or Smoke?   Options THe Door Into Summer  Language Of Stone  1:46:16 ()
 
Benjamin Wetherill  A Willowing   Options Laura  Ba Da Bing  1:59:24 ()
Silver Jews  Suffering Jukebox   Options Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea  Drag City  2:01:56 ()
John Parker Compton  Leave My Casos In Laos   Options To Luna  Ageless  2:07:12 ()
Congregacion  Tanto Parcelamiento   Options Viene  IRT  2:11:08 ()
Jeremy Jay  The Living Dolls   Options A Place Where We Could Go  K  2:15:43 ()
 
Earl Rodney  Friends & Countrymen   Options Friends & Countrymen  Em  2:25:46 ()
Tony Tuff  Falling Babylon   Options Yabby You: Deliver Me From My Enemies  Blood & Fire  2:32:30 ()
Ken Boothe  Set Me Free   Options Studio One Soul  Soul Jazz  2:38:02 ()
 
Mick Barr  Wended   Options Octis: Iohargh Wended  Tzadik  2:48:11 ()
Negativland  Richard Nixon Died Today   Options Thigmotactic  Seeland  2:53:24 ()
Jay Reatard  It's So Useless   Options Singles 06-07  In The Red  2:55:58 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 7/15/08 9:13am GUMBY:

Good Morning Hatch et al. Love those drunken swagger Faces songs. Gotta get that collection.
  Tue. 7/15/08 9:13am Bad Ronald:

Mornin'
  Tue. 7/15/08 9:15am C:

Anyone else hear the Faces reunion rumor?
  Tue. 7/15/08 9:20am Bad Ronald:

Yeah, on Joe b's show last week...
  Tue. 7/15/08 9:31am dei xhrist:

quiet morning today... I just caught the bit about the guy with the band's name tattooed on his hand, but not the context. What a bad fashion decision.
  Tue. 7/15/08 9:32am Hatch:

I was describing the Betty album cover.
  Tue. 7/15/08 9:49am Swami:

Gadzooks! This is Pyha is an awesome accompaniment to my third cuppa joe! Thanks Hatch!
  Tue. 7/15/08 9:50am Cubicle Carl:

...and like a good cup of joe, Pyah will clean out your system.
  Tue. 7/15/08 9:52am Swami:

Yes. Moves the mail, so to speak.
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:00am barney:

coincidentally, i am waiting for aquarius to mail my copy of the pyha album. I hope it cleans out my house, too.
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:03am dc pat:

I dunno, I think the point with the New Yorker pic was to bring to light all the bullshit stereotypes that right wingers were throwing at Obama. Maybe I'm wrong but...
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:14am Listener Dave from NH:

It's not that you're wrong, it's that it's satire on the level of "Meet the Spartans" at best.
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:16am Hatch:

Maybe if it was funny or clever in any way it would work as satire.
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:17am dc pat:

Right, not saying it worked, just thinking about the intent.
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:20am Cubicle Carl:

I'm hearing " If I Were a Rich Man"
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:21am Cubicle Carl:

No, it's actually "Tradition"
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:22am fishmonkeystew:

yarrrrgggg! Good morning Hatch! I'm digging the Johnny Osbourne tune. A friend of mine has a band named Truth and Rights. Coincidence?
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:28am jason:

you speak of "cool kids beach"?
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:29am SueB:

too many trendy white people clone-monsters!!!!
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:33am esch oder anarchie!:

OK fine all you hipper-than-hipsters but i like bikeable beaches with hipsters and surf so what was that concession-less beach called that you deplored so?
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:33am helpful counselor:

Why don't you get a job that pays better?
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:34am SueB:

Driving over 60mph wastes gas. Drive slow to burn most efficiently.
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:34am pfapfap:

The best way not to use gas is to stop driving, or to share rides. Are there casual carpools up there? Look on craigslist for people headed your way. Amtrak. Greyhound.
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:37am Hatch:

The beach is Breezy Point down at Fort Tilden. I don't know if I would call it "bikeable," but people do apparently ride all the way out there. It's actually pretty nice, but the scene is weirdly like McCarren Park transported to the beach,
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:38am fung wah:

I'm still a $15 ride to Boston.
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:39am C:

For free stuff ideas, you should check out David Byrne's "Playing the Building" installation on the dock. It's really cool and interactive.

There's a ton of free stuff in DC: almost all the museums and then random events. If you're around on a Friday, you might want to stop by the sculpture garden for free jazz and BYOB.
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:40am dc pat:

the embassies have some good free stuff too sometimes.
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:41am jason:

take norstrand or utica to flatbush, turn left, then follow flatbush till it ends. you will pass a lobster house, a golf course, an abandoned airport and two bridges. after the second bridge take a right, then a quick left into breezy point. go all the way back to the left for the beach entrance. have fun.
ps before flatbush ends stop at the gas station for cheap beer
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:43am GUMBY:

Free stuff to do:
Mix up a garbage can of blue whales, invite over your anarchist friends and plan on how to best overthrow the government without using any fossil fuels.
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:46am Parq:

Free stuff here in NYC includes Christian Fennesz and Ryuichi Sakamoto tonight at 9 at the World Financial Center. I'm afraid I agree with those who say the best way to save money on gas is to not join the horde of Americans who feel they have to go everywhere in single-occupant cars.
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:47am Your Car:

Sell me.
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:47am esch oder anarchie!:

Thanks Hatch & Jason for the directions to Breezy Point. I will proceed as instructed.
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:50am Hatch:

I don't own a car, for the record. I have one on loan. If I sold it, I would be in deep trouble. And I don't drive it anywhere without at least one passenger, unless I'm just moving it on alternate side days.
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:54am jason:

sorry i meant "back to the right"
any way will get you there
the ride is about 10 miles and takes a bit over an hour
tho the ride is nice and you can usually stop on the way for some west indian meal-in-a-glass super smoothie action.
ps
everyone bitches about cars until they need one
  Tue. 7/15/08 10:58am dei x:

Americans don't like to share their precious moving storage space. I've been trying to find a ride buddy through rideshare and a few other places, no luck. NH Dave, if only you weren't already coastal! I bet WFMUers make the best ride partners and are scintillating conversationalists.
  Tue. 7/15/08 11:01am dei x:

too bad we're all flatulent because of the sourdough and the cannibalism.
  Tue. 7/15/08 11:03am Kyle:

I hope a chunk of her nail didn't land in the bread!
  Tue. 7/15/08 11:03am Carmichael:

Great, Dei X. Now I'm starving ....
  Tue. 7/15/08 11:12am GUMBY:

sourdough and cannibalism? Who knew? I thought it was beans & beer. Speaking of red beans, do you have any Professor Longhair Hatch? I could sure use some fess to get me through this report on the wonders of gravity sanitary sewers.
  Tue. 7/15/08 11:31am GUMBY:

steel drums & horns Muy Fantastico!!!
  Tue. 7/15/08 11:52am barney:

what happens when crom-tech gets old?
  Tue. 7/15/08 11:53am Hatch:

I guess this???
  Tue. 7/15/08 11:56am barney:

Slower and lower suits me better (I think) now that I'm older too.
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