Options The Acousmatic Theater Hour with Jason G and Karinne: Playlist from April 5, 2009 Options

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Options April 5, 2009: Red Fly/Blue Bottle
Show coming up at HERE (which is the name of a theater)
go to myspace.com/redflybluebottle



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Artist Track Album Comments
Faust  giggy smile   Options Faust IV  theme muziks 
Stephanie Fleischmann/Christina Campanella  SMH   Options Red Fly/Blue Bottle   
Stephanie Fleischmann/Christina Campanella  Red Fly   Options Red Fly/Blue Bottle   
Stephanie Fleischmann/Christina Campanella  TS   Options Red Fly/Blue Bottle   
Stephanie Fleischmann/Christina Campanella  SW   Options Red Fly/Blue Bottle   
Stephanie Fleischmann/Christina Campanella  Tinder   Options Red Fly/Blue Bottle   
Stephanie Fleischmann/Christina Campanella  LK CLSR   Options Red Fly/Blue Bottle   
Stephanie Fleischmann/Christina Campanella  Beware   Options Red Fly/Blue Bottle   
Stephanie Fleischmann/Christina Campanella  Eat You Up   Options Red Fly/Blue Bottle   
Stephanie Fleischmann/Christina Campanella  Dark Skies   Options Red Fly/Blue Bottle   
Stephanie Fleischmann/Christina Campanella  Live phone in!   Options airwaves   
Stephanie Fleischmann/Christina Campanella  Gone   Options Red Fly/Blue Bottle   
Stephanie Fleischmann/Christina Campanella  The Spring   Options Red Fly/Blue Bottle   

Listener comments!

  Sun. 4/5/09 9:12pm CHOM:

Good evening, singers.
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:15pm CHOM:

Or shall I say theater slayers....
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:17pm Punkinhead:

Howdy, CHOM!
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:17pm texas scott:

theatre singers,hey Chom.
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:17pm Punkinhead:

Lovejoy.
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:18pm CHOM:

TEXAS SCOTT! Hula!
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:19pm CHOM:

Punkinhead -- LOVEjoY!
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:21pm texas scott:

Hula Hoopin'
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:26pm CHOM:

the spiral
picked up
shifting sand allowed to form
different fleeting patterns
alluding to life spinning out
ever-narrowing route from the City
of Destruction to
the Celestial
City or Duchamp's
spiraling
or the circle
motif
a target
a moon
a glass disk
a ring confining a pet bird
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:27pm texas scott:

i like this station.

oh,poor bird...
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:28pm Pocatvio Az:

that feels almost familiar... but mine was Modigliani's spiraling...
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:28pm CHOM:

HE'S NOT DEAD.
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:29pm Pocatvio Az:

i think he was theater slain
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:29pm CHOM:

Modigliani! The necks!
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:29pm CHOM:

Theater slayers are after him!!!!
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:30pm Pocatvio Az:

all the better for a beginning-level slayer like me
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:30pm texas scott:

only confined,Chom and yes,longnecks!
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:31pm CHOM:

We slay, we dance, we begin....all you longnecks....BEWARE
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:33pm texas scott:

RUN,Modigliani,RUN!
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:37pm texas scott:

wfmu,east orange,wxhd,mount hope and

wfmu. org...
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:41pm texas scott:

very nice,JG andK.

redfly/blue bottle is TERRIFIC!
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:43pm ?:

ritual is mechanical
yearning for wholeness
nothing places the picturesque
tinkering it requires
boxes are common in Dada and Surrealism.
seen as a fragmentation of fragmentariness
engravings demystify the art object
dream adapts the picturesque to a gothic eroticism
through a grotto
most of us feel uneasy with our culture's entrancing emblems of
wholeness.
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:44pm texas scott:

everything vibrates,Stephanie.

wow,someone just poked me in my third eye.

how meta.
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:48pm CHOM:

Your third eye is divided by a thick brown line,
which appears like a thin tree
trunk, though
it is a rendering of a tree
trunk, growing in a cell
with beautiful blue walls.
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:50pm texas scott:

wow,Chom.



POET!
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:51pm CHOM:

Chom likes the language.
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:54pm Dirty:

somewhere on my bookshelves is a book I've never read called Theater of the Ears...
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:54pm texas scott:

the blue walls
then turned hazel
and the rendering
of the tree
slowly disappeared
growing out
of a cell
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:56pm CHOM:

TEXAS SCOTT -- their mystery is of such a unique
quality that their emotional power possesses
the spectator without wishing
to translate the secret
into less secret
language
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:57pm CHOM:

This sounds good, people in the radio!
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:58pm texas scott:

and the spectator
dabs
the tears from
the third eye
and the secret
possesses no mystery
only
the silence
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:59pm Dirty:

we should be making and tuning theater for specific organs of the body...
  Sun. 4/5/09 9:59pm CHOM:

dirty, you are right on. Can you do the liver?
  Sun. 4/5/09 10:00pm texas scott:

Red eye / blue noses
  Sun. 4/5/09 10:01pm Dirty:

Oh, the liver indeed...
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