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Options March 31, 2009

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
Sneakers  Ruby   Options         0:00:00 ()
The Pets  Never Ask For Help   Options Sticky Situations 7''  Sweet Rot      0:02:22 ()
Ground Attack  Red Lion   Options Live to Ride (v/a)  Heavy Metal    *   0:05:31 ()
Timmy's Organism  No Hassle   Options 2x7''  Sacred Bones    *   0:09:09 ()
Wooden Shjips  Aquarian Time   Options Dos  Holy Mountain    *   0:13:55 ()
Dan Melchior Und Das Menace  The Post Office Line   Options 7''  Columbus Discount Records    *   0:20:16 ()
Liars  We Fenced Other Gardens With the Bones Of Our Own   Options They Were Wrong So We Drowned  Mute      0:23:06 ()
Sightings  Dudes   Options Arrived in Gold  Load Records  playing WFMU-curated Free Music Archive party this Saturday at the Bell House in Brooklyn! live broadcast 8pm-12a. Details here    0:28:32 ()
OvO rmxd by Daniele Brusachetto  Quanto Vive Un Ragno, Barbarella?   Options         0:31:40 ()
Hop-Frog Kollektiv  Somba   Options split 12'' w/ Magic Lantern  Urck      0:34:58 ()
Bromp Treb  Self Stabbing Entertainer Routine -->Banshee of the Curves   Options Bricktown Shuffle  Yeay! Cassettes    *   0:40:37 ()
 
Kurt Vile & the Violators  Good Lookin Out   Options The Hunchback EP  Richie Records    *   0:52:57 ()
Assemble Head In Sunburst Sound  Clive And The Lyre   Options When Sweet Sleep Returned  Tee Pee    *   0:58:11 ()
Van Der Graaf Generator  Whatever Would Robert Have Said?   Options The Least We Can Do Is Wave to Each Other  EMI      1:01:53 ()
Univers Zero  L'Etrange Mixture du Doctor Schwartz   Options Relaps: Archives 1984-1986  Cuneiform    *   1:09:11 ()
Mary Halvorson & Jessica Pavone  Barber   Options Thin Air  Thirsty Ear    *   1:12:13 ()
Prince Rama of Ayodhya  Beast of Jewels   Options Devotional Demo      *   1:15:42 ()
Argumentix  Weapons Lift Elegant Appeal   Options Post-Alarmist Dracula Safari  Oms-B Records    *   1:20:28 ()
Frak  Out Trip   Options Love Beyond Synth Saga  Borft Records    *   1:23:30 ()
La Dusseldorf  Lieber Honig 1981   Options Individuellos  Water    *   1:27:05 ()
Clandestine (with Ned Sublette)  Radio Rhythm (dub)   Options Arthur Russell: The Sleeping Bag Sessions  Traffic    *   1:32:44 ()
Men's Recovery Project  Goats in the Field --> Ye, Part 1 & 2   Options The Golden Triumph of Naked Hostility  Vermiform      1:38:40 ()
Pink Skull  Itchy Woman   Options Zeppelin 3  Free News Projects  playing WFMU-curated Free Music Archive party this Saturday at the Bell House in Brooklyn! live broadcast 8pm-12a. Details here    1:42:14 ()
El Jesus De Magico  CaMELOT V oZ   Options Scalping the Guru  Columbus Discount Records    *   1:47:28 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Pink Skull 
Drugs Will Keep Us Together   Options         1:50:36 ()
Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti  Every Night I Die at Miyagis   Options House Arrest  Paw Tracks  playing this Thursday at Music Hall of Hamburger    2:02:38 ()
Ean Eraser  Illegitimate Love   Options 7''      *   2:06:35 ()
Static Static  No Bodies   Options 7''  new york night train    *   2:09:23 ()
Lush  Baby Talk   Options Sparky the High Voltage Live Wire - Live at St. Sebastian 2/1/90 Surloire, France  Shocking Records      2:12:42 ()
Les Georges Leningrad  Lollipop Lady   Options Deux Hot Dogs Moutarde Chou        2:14:43 ()
Edward Ka-Spel  Four Out of Ten   Options Tanith and the Lion Tree  Third Mind Records      2:17:42 ()
Robert Ashley  The Wolfman Tape   Options The Wolfmen  Alga Marghen      2:22:00 ()
Systema Scrotum  Kazm; lk (m)   Options Embellishment Collection Vol 1 (v/a)  Borst    *   2:28:11 ()
Donno Drummers    Ghana: Ancient Ceremonies, Dance Music & Songs  Nonesuch Explorer Series  recorded Stephen Jay 1979    2:29:37 ()
Junior Kimbrough & Charlie Feathers  Release Me   Options You Better Run: The Essential Junior Kimbrough        2:32:06 ()
Jackie-o-Motherfucker  The Cryin' Sea - Torku, FInland (excerpt)   Options The Cryin' Sea  Awesome Vistas    *   2:37:26 ()
Siamese Temple Ball  track 6   Options Siamese Temple Ball        2:46:00 ()
Thee Oh Sees  Quadrospazzed   Options The Peanut Butter Oven 12'' EP  Awesome Vistas  playing WFMU-curated Free Music Archive party this Saturday at the Bell House in Brooklyn! live broadcast 8pm-12a. Details here    2:48:56 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Pink Skull 
      playing WFMU-curated Free Music Archive party this Saturday at the Bell House in Brooklyn! live broadcast 8pm-12a. Details here    2:53:50 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 3/31/09 9:03am postmanpaul:

bye bye bob...hi ho jason! salutations officeionados and city slackers!
  Tue. 3/31/09 9:04am annie:

hi jason.. hi PMP.. were your ears burning yesterday?
  Tue. 3/31/09 9:07am postmanpaul:

hi annie, hope ya well, i was off screen most of yestday...whats what then?!
  Tue. 3/31/09 9:08am annie:

rumours is all we have... have you been having nice walks lately>. ;) and i am well, thanks... gearing up for gardening..
  Tue. 3/31/09 9:10am Jason:

Good morning PMP and Annie!
  Tue. 3/31/09 9:11am postmanpaul:

ha ha?! i'm gearing up too..!
  Tue. 3/31/09 9:13am annie:

peas are in and garlic is up to a stalwart two inches tall and green and perky. woohoo i am going to try growing rice this year
  Tue. 3/31/09 9:13am Parq:

"Timmy's Organism" would make a good name for a band. Oh, wait . . .
  Tue. 3/31/09 9:16am annie:

parq, i have a young friend who busks in boston of late. he was featured on the front page globe last week. he just named his band of itenerate musicians :january broke" i love it.. (oh you can find him in my friends; he is pretty talented)...
  Tue. 3/31/09 9:21am Parq:

Annie, ask your friend if he knows Stephen Baird, an old friend of mine who organized street singing in Boston in the early 70s and made it the unique scene it is now.
  Tue. 3/31/09 9:22am annie:

i sure will.
  Tue. 3/31/09 9:30am annie:

done..
  Tue. 3/31/09 9:30am Hugh:

'Morning Jason, and fellow listeners,

Do any of you kids remember the 'FMU great "The Duck"?
His name name was Lou D'Antonio. RIP to a great broadcaster, he died on Saturday. He was one of the EARLY freeformers. He will be Remembered, fondly.
  Tue. 3/31/09 9:32am Mr. Two-Arms:

Sightings is going to ROCK the FMA Launch Party...can't wait.
  Tue. 3/31/09 9:32am Parq:

Hugh, *stunned* to hear the news. I started listening in '79, and remember the Duck well. My thoughts are with his family and friends.
  Tue. 3/31/09 9:40am Jason:

WFMU is setting up a tribute page for Lou "The Duck" D'Antonio
  Tue. 3/31/09 9:46am clueless in MI:

wow, thats blue news...The Duck was my audio mentor circa 1968. My folks thought I was wasting my time "on that junk". Little did they know.
  Tue. 3/31/09 9:48am Cecile:

Hola, all!
PMP, recovering from your fume high?

didn't know the Duck, but it's always sad when the pioneers pass.
  Tue. 3/31/09 9:52am Cecile:

Timmy Lampinen?
that's good Finnish name - wonder if he's from the UP
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:00am postmanpaul:

thanks cecile, all faculties functioning...no longer using that brand of paint. unless its the weekend!
am sorry to hear about the duck, sounds as if he was truly a freeform frontiersman.
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:14am megisi:

Timmy's Organism ... yeah, I read that wrong. yeah, I'm an idiot.
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:23am Cecile:

You read it as Timmy's Origami? ;D
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:23am uptheladdermanpaul:

jason, no matter how h y p n o t i c your h y p n o t i c hold over me may be, i must summon up my senses and start focusing on repairing 'The Rotting Victorian Window Frames.'
ah, vacations!
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:24am jason:

ok paul stay safe!
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:25am Cecile:

ooh, I'm having an Oxygene moment right about now
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:26am postmanpaul:

nice and tingly in the tummy, this.
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:27am backdrifting:

Yeah, I like this - what's the track and album for the Frak piece?

-backdrifting
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:28am megisi:

why, yes, cecile ... yes, I believe I did
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:28am jason:

just updated the playlist backdrifting
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:30am Woka Woka Guy:

Hey hey WFMU what is up
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:31am postmanpaul:

i do desire la dusseldorf at my burial, played loud. clever, the germans.
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:31am backdrifting:

Excellent! Thanks.

-backdrifting
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:33am postmanpaul:

i would just like to add that it can wait.
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:35am Woka Woka Guy:

YES!!! Clandestine,
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:35am Cecile:

though so, megisi
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:36am Cecile:

oh, hai, it's Ned Sublette.
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:41am Parq:

Drat, I missed Ned, one of my cultural heroes.
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:54am Jøe Steele:

Going! Yay me.
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:54am tom:

Jason,
While with the exception of a few pieces played, you've been playing some exceptional stuff, since I've tuned just after 10am. Have no real idea what you've been playing and can't really match it up with the play list but, some real interesting whacky stuff. Bravo.
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:57am Carmichael:

Speaking of Oxygene, I just read that Maurice Jarre passed away. Someone enlighten me as to the relationship with Jean Michael Jarre.
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:58am Cecile:

Maurice Jarre was Jean Michel's uncle
  Tue. 3/31/09 10:59am esch oder anarchie!:

Re the word "frak": it's the f-word in the BSG universe.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:00am Carmichael:

Thanks. He was in his 80s, so he lived a long and fruitful life. Congratulations to him. As for the nephew, I've always found Equinoxe to be every bit as pleasant as Oxygene.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:01am TD:

Prince Rama of Ayodhya are from Boston
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:02am Cecile:

I actually like Equinoxe better.

I heard both way too much in my teens, but now I quite like them again.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:03am Carmichael:

Same with me. Played the hell out of 'em, put 'em away *forever*, and recently rediscovered how good they are. Same with Tomita's The Planets.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:04am Pearlÿ Sweets:

I could go right to sleep with this Ariel Pink Jammy-Jam. House Arrest is perfect all the way through. But doesn't this song have some "questionable material" in the break down?
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:05am Carmichael:

Is it just me, or have I heard a LOT of Ariel Pink, Negativland and Wooden Shjips here lately? Not that it's a bad thing. I'm just sayin' ....
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:07am Pearlÿ Sweets:

I have too Carmichael. The Wooden Shjips appears to be in the new bin, so that isn't too weird. But I guess Ariel Pink and Negativland are making their big comeback!
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:07am Parq:

{BSG universe}

Big Stinky Giant?
Battery-Strength Gas?
Black-Striped Giraffe?
Bloated, Stagnent Government?
Buy Some Grits?
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:08am Cecile:

Battlestar Galactica
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:09am Cecile:

Carm, ITA. It's good so far. Lots of Gui Boratto, too.

But you know what I could hear? Something from that first Jonny Polonsky disc.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:09am Jason:

I'm just looking forward to seeing Ariel Pink on Thursday, I'll have to hold off on playing the new recordings I plan to pick up o'er the air
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:11am Parq:

"Ariel Pink on Thursday" would be a good name for a play. One of those talky four-character straight plays where the charactrers drink martinis and accuse one another of emotional fascism.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:16am Cecile:

I've been thinking a lot about Jawbox lately, too.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:16am d¢ pät:

aahhh, ya gotta love Les Georges.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:18am Pearlÿ Sweets:

The latest Ariel Pink track I heard is great. "Can't Hear My Eyes". It is actually hi-fi and sounds like a lost summer jam.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:18am gumby:

This 2 hot dogs with mustard is making me hungry
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:19am Jason:

i'm hungry too gumby
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:25am Parq:

Jason's post begs the response, "I'm hungry, dammit."
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:26am GP:

Here, listening quietly today..everyone have a great day.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:32am AnAnonymousParty:

This is the worst intro to "Hot for Teacher" ever.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:37am stingy d:

let's all be hungry!!!!!
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:37am fishmonkeystew:

I'm freakin' starving!
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:38am Paul Revere:

I'm hungry for those good things, baby.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:38am Carmichael:

I already am. And it's only 8;30 in the friggin' morning. What's for lunch?
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:39am Mark Lindsay:

Hungry through and through ...
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:39am annie:

just finished a chicken potato curry breakfast with two eggs over medium... yummy...
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:39am annie:

,mark!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:39am Jason:

this room temp coffee is staving off massive hunger
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:40am d¢ pät:

my boss is "taking me out to lunch"...I'm not so hungry...
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:40am still b/p:

Need a whole lotta lunch...doodoom, doodoom,
Need a whole lotta lunch...
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:41am stingy d:

i made a very nice grilled cheese yesterday. gouda and cheddar with beer-mustard on a white rye. also i made a duck-egg and cheese for breakfast using the same ingredients but adding two duck eggs.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:42am donnald:

ducks have eggs?
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:42am still b/p:

That reads like porn to a hungry man...
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:43am stingy d:

i bought a baguette and some prosciutto, speck, and sopresatta, i have 3 kinds of mustard.... let's eat!!
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:43am Adrien:

dc Pat Ask him for a raise!!
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:43am annie:

stingy, you are the cook for me.. that is wonderful!!! love duck eggs.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:43am Carmichael:

Stingy, you're on a grilled cheese bender lately, eh? Do you put a tomato slice in it, or have tomato soup as an accompaniment?
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:45am stingy d:

i have been mowing down grilled cheeses like mad, it's true. but i actually have not been using this tomato ingredient you speak of. but chances are this grilled cheese grind is going to be over soon.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:45am annie:

woodstove is goin out .had to grab that last cuppa hot java
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:45am Cecile:

oh, jeezz, now I'm hongry
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:45am doug:

just made an omelet with mushies, swiss, scallions and tarragon. mmmm. tasty.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:46am annie:

call me a radical and ban me from the sand box but i will never add tomato to a grilled cheese, not even in the same room!!
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:46am stingy d:

i need some fig paste. i am realizing.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:47am annie:

i miss cheese soooo bad....
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:48am Cecile:

I love both tomato and tomato soup with it.
but not all the time.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:48am fishmonkeystew:

And cheese misses you too, Annie.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:48am stingy d:

i'm with you annie, i think the tomato gets too beaten up in the grilled cheese process. the soup would be fine, but actually in the sandwich is not so much to my liking.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:49am annie:

ok, i concede a nice cream of tomato using real cream and adding a dash of salt
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:49am stingy d:

anyone got a quick idea on what should i do with my fancy meats? (pause)
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:51am Cecile:

grill the meat lightly. then put some cheese on it in bread, then grill the sandwich. Some thinly slice pepperoncini would be nice on that.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:51am annie:

stingy, you serious?? do you know what you just did?? wrap em in gauze and marinate til tender.?
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:53am stingy d:

when it comes to food i am always very serious. however i don't have gauze. so far cecile is winning the race.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:53am annie:

i have a sunday semi-ritual with a friend. we get bagels, lox, liverwurst and cream cheese, proscuitto, & butter and eat till the cows come home..oh and very strong coffeee......
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:54am annie:

in all seriousness, i would add some manouri cheese to the meats.. fine salty greek sheep cheese; like buttah!
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:55am stingy d:

i have given up coffee, and bascially all caffeine. but i think i would take it back for a nice sunday tradition like that.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:55am Carmichael:

Cube, skewer with some veggies or pineapple, quickly grill and marinate with lemon juice, olive oil, cinnamon and nutmeg.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:56am Carmichael:

You'll attract every Lebanese within 20 miles.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:56am annie:

stingy for you we would have tea. and the nyt sunday paper tops it off....
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:58am stingy d:

yea but coffee is so much better than tea!!!
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:58am the stronger the better:

you betcha!!
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:58am d¢ pät:

grilled cheese: parrano, slice of tomato--YES!--thin slice of onion on rye cooked in olive oil, and not butter.
  Tue. 3/31/09 11:59am d¢ pät:

I can't give up coffee--I get the worst withdrawal symptoms.
  Tue. 3/31/09 12:01pm stingy d:

i wish i had more duck eggs....
  Tue. 3/31/09 12:23pm Sean Daily:

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