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Options March 19, 2009: A Dimpled Sandwich

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
SMURFS  Space Smurfs   Options All Star Show (1981)  0:00:00 (Real | )
VLADIMIR USSACHEVSKY  Piece for Tape Recorder (1956)   Options V.A.: Pioneers of Electronic Music  0:03:21 (Real | )
EDDY DETROIT  Ghost Dance   Options The Philosopher's Journey (1987)  0:09:10 (Real | )
ZADRI & MO  Erebus [intro]   Options Erebus (1982)  0:12:43 (Real | )
PAUL HINDEMITH  Langsames Stuck und Rondo fur Trautonium (1935) [performed by Oskar Sala]   Options Oskar Sala: Subharmonic Mixtures 2  0:13:56 (Real | )
RECREATION  We Don't Like It Either   Options Music or Not Music (1972)  0:18:59 (Real | )
JOB'S DAUGHTERS  The Prophecy of Daniel and John the Divine (666)   Options Closed Due to Rapture (1991) 7" EP  0:21:17 (Real | )
DRAGON  Introduction (Insects)   Options Dragon (1976)  0:25:15 (Real | )
 
AVEC NOIR  Autoway   Options Test  0:34:54 (Real | )
WILLIAM LeBLANC (vocals) / ROBERT E. SPURRE MODI (words)  Pickled Potal (Memories of Cucumber Hill)   Options 7" (198?)  0:38:15 (Real | )
CHARLES HAMMOND  Over the Mountain   Options Drama in Song (1979)  0:41:16 (Real | )
RICK CORMIER  Warm Summer Day   Options Our Mountain (197?)  0:45:54 (Real | )
CHARLIE, BILL & STEVE  Abalone   Options Going to the Dogs! (1977)  0:48:30 (Real | )
DANDELIONS  The College School   Options Dandelions (1971)  0:50:51 (Real | )
MICHAEL FARNETI  Nineteenth Summer   Options Good Morning Kisses (1976)  0:52:53 (Real | )
DOHTERS  Wooden Ships   Options Dohters (197?)  0:56:24 (Real | )
 
ALAN JACK CIVILIZATION  Middle Earth   Options Bluesy Mind (1969)  1:04:33 (Real | )
BABA SCHOLAE  Julius   Options Baba Scholae (1969)  1:14:09 (Real | )
ASHTRAYS  Intermezzo   Options Ga Go Gu (1968)  1:16:12 (Real | )
CHRIS ROBISON & HIS MANY HAND BAND  Wait for Me   Options Chris Robison & His Many Hand Band (1973)  1:19:37 (Real | )
JEAN YVES TOURBIN  Une Lettre pour Alpha Diallo   Options Gayan (1981)  1:23:15 (Real | )
RICH HOWE  Something Happens   Options A Summer (1970)  1:26:16 (Real | )
 
APRES LA PLUIE  L'Habitude   Options La Celebre Ascension Abyssale de Joseph Celsius (1978)  1:33:18 (Real | )
SEASON  Soft Grey Morning   Options Season (1971)  1:36:44 (Real | )
GRANICUS  Twilight   Options Granicus (1973)  1:39:35 (Real | )
A. C. MARIAS  Some Thing   Options Time Was (1987) 12"  1:43:13 (Real | )
MINIMAL MAN  Jungle Song   Options The Shroud of... (1981)  1:47:12 (Real | )
BENE GESSERIT  L'Ennemi   Options Les Vleurs du Bal (2008)  1:50:03 (Real | )
BOOJWAH KIDS  Boojwah Bas-Tu   Options Till Skydd for Minnet (1981)  1:53:07 (Real | )
HAUSSWOLFF  Fonetisk Buss   Options Bark och Is (1980)  1:55:04 (Real | )
 
KAN DIGOR  Pipe Blues   Options Kan Digor (1982)  2:02:16 (Real | )
FULL MOON ENSEMBLE  Samba Miaou   Options Crowded with Loneliness (1970)  2:04:36 (Real | )
CLAIRE  De Peur et d'Eau   Options Elle Dit (1976)  2:13:54 (Real | )
EMMANUEL DILHAC  Etre un Arbre   Options Enfant de la Terre (1977)  2:17:07 (Real | )
COLLIE RYAN  Who in the Doorway   Options Takin' Your Turn 'Round the Corner of the Day (1973)  2:20:12 (Real | )
SOLENOID  Number Four   Options Almost Tender (1977)  2:23:36 (Real | )
ALEXANDER (CHIEF) LONG RIFLE  Is It Love   Options Taste of Everything (197?)  2:25:36 (Real | )
 
BOB HARRISON  Storing Up a Lot of Love   Options Yellow Moon (197?)  2:32:57 (Real | )
"DUSTY ROADS" ROWE  My Pork Sausage and Apple Pie Girl   Options Always Raring to Go/ Hope You Will Enjoy This Album As He Travels to and Fro (1973?)  2:35:57 (Real | )
DENNY EZBA  Dimples   Options Green Grass of Home (1978)  2:37:22 (Real | )
LIONEL KILBERG  Cool Vibrations   Options Sociologically Singing,Vol. 4 (196?)  2:39:37 (Real | )
WHEELZ OF STEEL  Rocker   Options Volume One (1983)  2:43:04 (Real | )
STRONG HEART  Movies and Things   Options Strong Heart (1992)  2:46:01 (Real | )
NAAFI SANDWICH  Slice 2   Options 7" (1979)  2:49:46 (Real | )
HAUSSWOLFF  Intro   Options Bark och Is (1980)  2:54:02 (Real | )
SUMMER WINDS  Collage   Options 2 (197?)  2:55:53 (Real | )
 

Listener comments!

  Thu. 3/19/09 12:02pm Bäd R☺nald:

Smurftastic!!!
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:02pm ?:

dude, these guys totally ripped off Alvin
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:03pm Budgie:

Did they just say have a budgie on the moon?
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:03pm BSI:

it's Smurfs vs. Chipmunks vs. Time-era ELO...
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:05pm still b/p:

In space, no one can hear you smurf.
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:09pm Cecile:

Hey, Tony!

whew, I missed the Smurfs.
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:10pm postmanpaul:

...that will be smurfy's law.
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:12pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

Every other song on this show will be painted in the light of that smurfs song. Does that mean this show will be quite blue?... and if so, shall we hear The Frogs?
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:12pm Parq:

Were those Smurfs? I thought it was a children's choir from one of those folk mass things Tony likes to play. Great to hear you again, Mr. C.
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:12pm Huge Nemo:

can you play that song wih the WHOOSH and then it goes BRRRRRRONG
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:14pm Dougn from DC:

Alvin & the Chipmonks did "To the Moon and Back," so the Smurfs in Space is even more of a rip-off.
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:14pm Sean Daily:

Not even close to first comment! Woo hoo!
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:15pm close to sean daily:

woo hoo
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:16pm BSI:

...then the Chipmunks shaved their little rodent heads and made that BLACK MUNK TIME album and blew everybody away, man, kiddie vermin cartoon music has yet to catch up with that shite...
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:16pm Sean Daily:

Can you play that one song about the guy and this woman and do that thing? You know! That thing!

And it has the guitars.
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:16pm Mark:

Just tuned in... Sounds great as always Mr. Coulter. Thanks!
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:18pm Vernon:

Paul Hindemith's music makes my brain hurt, but in a good way.
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:20pm Tony Coulter:

Greetings, all!
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:21pm Sean Daily:

How about that one Chipmunks concert in Albequerque where Alvin got wigged out on whiskey and yellow jackets and broke his leg after diving into the hotel pool from five stories up? Man, the Chipmunks were never the same after that.

I hear Alvin cleaned up and found Jesus in rehab. His new band is Glory Vermin.
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:23pm dale:

I knew the mellotron was intended to do the Lord's work.
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:23pm postmanpaul:

if i could share my homemade english blackberry and apple jam on a warm french baguette with lightly salted chilled danish lurpak butter i would. but the thought was there...
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:25pm dale:

postmanpaul, try clotting your own cream in a low temp oven some time. it's the only way to go with jam.
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:26pm Sean Daily:

Lurpak.

Luuurrrpak.

Luuuuuuuuurrrrrrrrrrrpak.
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:26pm postmanpaul:

dale, you got me drooling...
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:26pm BSI:

Don't bug me with your generous breakfast, postmanpaul!!!

I'm busy over here hallucinating and making sacred mandalas of dead chipmunks on the floor of my office...they're all coming out in the shape of three sixes....

Lurpak! Lurpak! Why hast thou forsaken meeee?!?!?!
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:27pm Kevin:

Job's Daughters did a much better job with that theme than Aphrodite's Child.
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:27pm Doug from DC:

I'd clot my own cream, but would just end up clotting my own arteries. I'm back to health food for the time being. Except I fell off that wagon at Taqueiria Distrito Federal last night.
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:28pm Cecile:

Is this the Australian Dragon? Who did Wait Until Tomorrow?
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:31pm dale:

i have delusions of hitting the salvay record bins and finding stuff this good. all I ever find is the button down mind, or smothers at the green onion, or whipped cream and other delights, or firestone christmas compilations or....
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:31pm Kevin:

Greetings Tony
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:32pm Sean Daily:

Yes, BSI, Lurpak hast forsaken thee! Come, yes, COME to the dark side of Mukluk, Gazebo and Bulbous Bouffant!
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:34pm Cecile:

agh, I missed the backannounce.
Was it Dragon from Australia?
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:34pm Sean Daily:

Clash of the Trautoniums.
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:34pm BSI:

Last time I had Boulbous Bouffant, I had to pretend the dog did it.
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:35pm Kevin:

I forget where he said they were from, but it was not Australia.
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:35pm Cecile:

Oh, thanks!
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:36pm The Mascera Snake:

Wait wait wait... so how is it 'spose to be?
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:36pm Kevin:

These guys remind me of Holger Czukay's early solo work.
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:36pm Cecile:

This? Is hilarious.
I hope it's a parody of Autobahn.
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:37pm Kevin:

Love the "porn synths"
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:38pm Sean Daily:

Faux-French Krautrock. Okay, I've officially blown my mind.
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:39pm postmanpaul:

B U R P !
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:40pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

More bands need to use lyrics that include "swizzle sticks"
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:41pm postmanpaul:

bandaging a burning smoke is a fine art or i'm a banana.
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:42pm Kevin:

"What Do You Want From Life" by the Tubes mention a "Third Reich Swizzle Stick".
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:42pm Webhamster Henry:

I once realized a piece for simulated Trautonium and Timpani (by Josip Slavenski). I Like 'em!
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:45pm Kevin:

What is that keyboard he is playing?
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:45pm holland_oats:

tony! what a pleasant surprise
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:46pm postmanpaul:

if that Trautonium is not an electric chair for the half naked disturbed clergy i don't know what is.
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:53pm Cecile:

wow, the road from kindergarten to second grade is a hard one indeed.
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:53pm postmanpaul:

tony, you're not letting us down!
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:54pm Lady Rachael:

Sounds good, Tony
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:55pm Budgie:

Which is saying something, Tony, because PMP has been spending the last three days going "OH GAWD, SCOTT ISN'T GOING TO BE HERE? GEEEZZZ TONY!> .!? PAHFOOEY!?WHERE'SMYPRESENT, JERK!>?"
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:58pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

Got any Charlie Tweddle with you today?
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:58pm postairplanemanpaul:

wow tony!
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:59pm dale:

so there is only ONE known copy of this rekkid? it's gorgeous!
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:59pm Bäd R☺nald:

Beautiful rendition of an awesome song!
Thanks Tony!
  Thu. 3/19/09 12:59pm Peter:

Rip Natasha Richardson
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:01pm Cecile:

yes, Peter. Very sad.

That dohters record sounds amazing.
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:03pm d¢ pät:

Yeah, what's up with that?? Do we have to wear helmets ALL THE TIME now? That's crazy. The call it "talk and die" syndrome. Don't I have enough to worry about???
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:04pm postmanpaul:

tony, as you know, jack kerouac preferred tea!
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:06pm Sean Daily:

Dude, I didn't know Maurice Chevalier could ROCK SO HARD.
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:07pm dale:

i didn't know anything natasha did, but had a huge crush on Vanessa Redgrave in Camelot. that made me think of Franco Nero (doesn't he have a rare album?) and I searched for it and found Franco's myspace page! http://www.myspace.com/fnero wonder if he's on facebook....
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:08pm holland_oats:

was she really on the freaking bunny slope?
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:09pm Kevin:

Wasn't Vanessa Redgrave the one in Blow Up?
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:11pm Kevin:

..or was that Lynn Redgrave. I used to get the two confused. Wait Lynn Redgrave was Georgy Girl.
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:11pm postmanpaul:

sean, thats french fauxlk pour vous.
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:12pm Kevin:

By the way Tony, this song is fantastic. Another one to seek out.
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:18pm holland_oats:

semi-yoink > http://www.thestrangeexperienceofmusic.com/article-21544539.html
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:21pm Tony C:

Hello all,

Sorry for my absence from the comments page. My brain is operating more slowly than usual today ....

- t
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:23pm postmanpaul:

mr bizet, returning to the subject of harman/kardons, i've got a hardon/carmen.
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:23pm frenchee:

It's great to hear you, Tripindicular Tony! I just tuned in and this is a pleasant surprise.
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:24pm Parq:

IMDB sez Blow-Up was Vanessa. Tash herself was prety darn good in "The Handmaid's Tale" and entirely tolerable in the remake of "The Parent Trap".
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:24pm dale:

tony, I sent you an mp3 from claude leveille's 1979 'black sun' for your future hopeful enjoyment.
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:34pm postmanpaul:

parq, by the by, i used to take the kids to the park in charlton, s e london, used as the location for blow-up; not a lot of people know that. presumeably 'vanesa' is lingo for 'not bad'?
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:47pm scott:

got any dadamah?
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:47pm paulathepipersdaughter:

postmanpaul are we related and thx mr dj for playing a c marias, nice, very nice and important i beleive. their music has been known to save lives and those in the business of knowing more know im not a practitioner of histrionics
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:49pm holland_oats:

vonnegut!
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:50pm BSI:

minimal man!
bless you, sir...
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:53pm postmanpaul:

tony, it has to be said, you are totally redefining the 60's/70's/80's for me, virtually.
paulathepipersdaughter, my blood type is rhinoceros positive, if that helps.
  Thu. 3/19/09 1:55pm pauldepipersson:

hey paula. paul here. where are you at the moment. got your packet. thx alot. still in berlin. schizophrenic place. great and shit day in day out. the germans can be nice but theres no excusing their social retardedness. anyway hope your in disko when i get back back. great radio show this. glad your tuning in to wfmu
  Thu. 3/19/09 2:01pm Ike:

I've never been to Germany. Maybe I should go. I might fit right in with that level of social awkwardness! Isn't the Euro pretty weak right now? Good exchange rate for us yanks?
  Thu. 3/19/09 2:02pm postmanpaul:

paulinberlin, we must live as aliens in alien lands to truly appreciate that there is no place like home. and those in the business of knowing more know im not a practitioner of histrionics either.
  Thu. 3/19/09 2:04pm Parq:

Ken apparently loved his experience in Berlin, and has made several on-air references to envying those who live there.
  Thu. 3/19/09 2:09pm Sean Daily:

Parq: Yeah, that's typical of what a hippie socialist like Ken would say is what I would say if I were Irwin.
  Thu. 3/19/09 2:16pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

With all of the french music, is there any Michel Polnareff hidding in your magical bag?
  Thu. 3/19/09 2:18pm pauldepipersson:

its indeed a hippie paradise of sorts and there is alot of great qualities about the place. in fact its a difficult city to leave given the many freedoms here that are hard to find in other urban environments but the downsides of the place are a tad more well hidden but very much alive and well and poverty is a prodominant parisitic perpetuater pretty much everywhere. thats why its so cheap here, because its so poor, but it seems the rest of the world might be catching up now, for a while anyway.
  Thu. 3/19/09 2:27pm d¢ pät:

man Tony, sometimes I think you're pulling our collective leg.
  Thu. 3/19/09 2:28pm dale:

it's like this guy has hopes of playing The Sands by way of the reservation. I dig it.
  Thu. 3/19/09 2:29pm Bäd R☺nald:

I'd like to hear some Merkins if possible...
  Thu. 3/19/09 2:34pm postmanpaul:

there be a lazee hazee sunset o'er the briny o'er 'ere t'nigh' me hear'ies is tarpaulin pillow talk to a salty old sea rogue like meself and makes me landlocked cockles yearn to be under full sail with some loggins and messina grog. ohh argh.
  Thu. 3/19/09 2:35pm dale:

39, 21, 35? Gadzooks! Can't be comfortable!
  Thu. 3/19/09 2:35pm Parq:

Sean,you don't say! I wouldn't know personally, but as portrayed in Stu's thinly disguised autobiography, "Passing Strange", Berlin is more of a punk-electroid paradise, whereas the hippy paradise is Amsterdam. Me, what do I know? I'm from Paramus.
  Thu. 3/19/09 2:38pm Bäd R☺nald:

Have you ever been to The Magic Pan at Paramus Mall?
  Thu. 3/19/09 2:41pm holland_oats:

more fingersnap!
  Thu. 3/19/09 2:41pm Parq:

Ron, I regret to say, that fine establishment was too sophisticated for me. I was more the fast food and California Smoothie type. But my wife and I did announce our engagement to my parents under (this is true) the big Paramus Indian statue.
  Thu. 3/19/09 2:44pm Bäd R☺nald:

Hah - That rules!!!
  Thu. 3/19/09 2:46pm postmanpaul:

parq, in these tobaccodeath times in which we live in, one (or hippies) can now be keel hauled if found in possession of the aforementioned in a spllff in a cafe in amsterdam!
  Thu. 3/19/09 2:46pm Ike:

I only get up to Paramus when on my way to or from a hike, but they're opening a new Fairway there, so that's good. Nice way to recycle abandoned mall space. Mmmm, dark chocolate and olives.
  Thu. 3/19/09 2:56pm postmanpaul:

thanks tony, amazing sets!
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