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Artist Track Album Year Format New Approx. start time
Pete "Guitar" Lewis  Ooh. midnight   Options Thrill Me! Heavy Breathing        0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Blues Control  Rest on Water   Options Local Flavor      *   0:02:34 (Pop‑up)
Captain Beefheart  On Tomorrow   Options Strictly Personal        0:10:08 (Pop‑up)
Tomorow People  Theme   Options Soundtrack        0:13:32 (Pop‑up)
Hrsta  Tomorrow Winter Comes   Options Ghosts Will Come and Kiss Our Eyes        0:15:19 (Pop‑up)
Kiila  Tuota Tuota   Options Kevatlaulu      *   0:19:23 (Pop‑up)
Tomutonttu  Okosatpois   Options Tomutonttu      *   0:22:43 (Pop‑up)
Kitad Meicho  Moso Biwa:Jishinkyo   Options Japanese Traditional Music: Noh/Biwa/ Shakuhachi  1941    *   0:33:18 (Pop‑up)
Ikue Mori  Master Of Deception   Options Class Insecta      *   0:36:42 (Pop‑up)
Necking  Soft Knives   Options Invisible Things        0:41:10 (Pop‑up)
Jacques Dutronc  Mini Mini Mini   Options Et Moi Et Moi Et Moi: Jacques Dutronc 1966-1969        0:46:20 (Pop‑up)
Calexico  Inspiracion   Options Carried to Dust        0:48:05 (Pop‑up)
Gianmarco Liguori  Beat Instrumental   Options Penta    45  *   0:51:32 (Pop‑up)
Fred Bigot/Vincent Epplay/Arnaud Maguet  Passee La Saospm Du Pandanus Dansons L'iboga Boogie Sous Le Volcan Exactement   Options Musique Pour Les Plantes Des Dieux        0:57:21 (Pop‑up)
Bonobo  Ketto   Options Days to Come        1:09:28 (Pop‑up)
Predrag Delibasich  Leaves Falling on Lisbon   Options This Season's Colourful Tones      *   1:14:28 (Pop‑up)
Debruit  Pointy   Options Coupe Decale EP      *   1:17:11 (Pop‑up)
Spoon  Tweakers   Options Got Nuffin      *   1:20:42 (Pop‑up)
Gilles Peterson  Azymuth-   Options Brazilika        1:24:28 (Pop‑up)
A-Trak  Daniele Papini Church of Nonsense   Options Fabriclive 5      *   1:36:19 (Pop‑up)
Ocote Soul Sounds and Adrian Quesada  Revolt of the Cockroach People   Options Coconut ROck      *   1:38:44 (Pop‑up)
Omfo  The Sorcerer   Options Omnipresence      *   1:41:32 (Pop‑up)
Moebius & Plank  Rastakraut Pasta   Options Rastakraut Pasta  1980/2009      1:45:56 (Pop‑up)
Tarantel  Space Junk AT 33 & 1/3   Options You Can't Hide Your Love Forever 3        1:52:11 (Pop‑up)
Ceu  Sobre O Amor E Seu Trabalho Silencioso   Options Vagarosa      *   2:00:49 (Pop‑up)
Ceu  Cangote   Options Vagarosa      *   2:03:04 (Pop‑up)
Wilson Simonal  Zazueira   Options Tudo Ben Jorge Ben Covered        2:05:45 (Pop‑up)
Nite Jewel  What Did He Say   Options What Did He Say 12"      *   2:08:02 (Pop‑up)
Paavoharju  Valo Tihkuu Kaiken Lapi   Options Summer Smiles of Finland comp.        2:12:28 (Pop‑up)
Part Timer  Thinking, Unthinking   Options Part Timer        2:16:21 (Pop‑up)
Theo Angell  Salt   Options Tenebrae      *   2:19:40 (Pop‑up)
Bernstein/Rojas/Osgood  Hope For Denmark   Options Tattoos and Mushrooms      *   2:27:28 (Pop‑up)
Zip Code Rapists  Wicked Game   Options Sing And Play the Th      *   2:44:02 (Pop‑up)
Depeche Mode  Master and Servant   Options Catching up with Depeche Mode        2:44:33 (Pop‑up)
Lazer Crystal  La Rouche   Options Lipp Service      *   2:48:10 (Pop‑up)
Geese  Kensington Terrace   Options         2:52:34 (Pop‑up)
Biota            2:56:12 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  Wed. 7/15/09 12:10pm G:

Nice mood... Getting ready to go out, will be listening in the car, very mid 20th century of me...
  Wed. 7/15/09 12:12pm BSI:

That Blues Control tune has been getting some fair exposure on FMU, and it gets better each time, somehow...... mas groovy.
  Wed. 7/15/09 12:13pm Carmichael:

Hi Maria. Hi listeners.
  Wed. 7/15/09 12:21pm Maria:

Hello Listeners
  Wed. 7/15/09 12:23pm Dum Dum Guy from the Gates of Dawn:

Hello Maria!
  Wed. 7/15/09 12:26pm Carmichael:

Flutes Rule!
  Wed. 7/15/09 12:30pm Dave B in NYC:

Greets from NYC FMULanders!
  Wed. 7/15/09 12:31pm doug in dc:

This playlist rules. I wanna track down some music from these Fonal Finns.
  Wed. 7/15/09 12:32pm Dan B:

Delia Derbyshire? She's one of the people responsible for the haunting Doctor Who Theme.
  Wed. 7/15/09 12:34pm Vicki:

yes, it was a British SciFi series. And many of those doing the music were from the BBC Radiophonic Workshop (including Delia)
  Wed. 7/15/09 12:35pm christine:

perfect wake and bake
  Wed. 7/15/09 12:37pm CC:

I believe those weren't flutes, but mellotron from King Crimson chopped up.
  Wed. 7/15/09 12:37pm Dan B:

Just curious if that's Vicki from Do or DIY chiming in. :-)
  Wed. 7/15/09 12:38pm Vicki:

  Wed. 7/15/09 12:40pm Dan B:

Ah, nice to meet you! I just started listening to Maria's show and your show this summer. i really like what I hear from both of you!
  Wed. 7/15/09 12:41pm Vicki:

thanks - hope you can tune in later
  Wed. 7/15/09 12:43pm Maria:

Thanks Vicki-- so much good stuff came out of that, it seems
  Wed. 7/15/09 12:46pm Vicki:

it's worth checking out their album "BBC RAdiophonic Music" by the Radiophonic Workshop - I think it could be in the fmu mp3 library
  Wed. 7/15/09 12:50pm Carmichael:

Well, OK. Mellotrons Rule!!
  Wed. 7/15/09 12:52pm fishmonkeystew:

Hey Vicki, I'm going to be spending a week in London and a week in Scotland (around Edinburgh) starting at the end of October. Do you have any suggestions for weird and wacky places to visit?
  Wed. 7/15/09 12:56pm Vicki:

for London - I recommend the Southbank Centre, Barbican, a Thames Boat trip, a trip to Hampton Court and Richmond/Richmond Park... er... see old London/Thames at Wapping, take the bus instead of the tube, and if you're around London for 5th November then it's Bonfire Night (Guy Fawkes) all over the UK and you should go to Sussex (a county)... do a Google.
  Wed. 7/15/09 1:17pm Vicki:

well that certainly shut you up
  Wed. 7/15/09 1:26pm fishmonkeystew:

hehehe, I'm at work and trying to stay focused-sort of. Thanks for the sweet suggestions. And as it happens, I will be in London on Nov. 5th, leaving on the 6th. And that sounds like a blast. You rock, Vicki.

Off to google.
  Wed. 7/15/09 1:26pm matt:

Does that mean Judith Chalmers is hosting tonight's Do or DIY?
  Wed. 7/15/09 1:26pm Stanley:

Fishmonkeystew - I can give you a few good tips for Edinburgh, the wonderful city I call home. If you're still listening and interested I'll leave my email with Maria.
  Wed. 7/15/09 1:29pm fishmonkeystew:

Stanley, that would be awesome! This whole trip started out for a friend's wedding at Gosfield Hall and developed into a 2 week jaunt. I thought that if I'm going (my first time) I better make it worth while.
  Wed. 7/15/09 1:31pm Vicki:

Gosfield in Essex?
Concerning Bonfire Night - look up Lewes Bonfire Night. Early train journey/ticket buying recommended.
  Wed. 7/15/09 1:32pm Parq:

Miss M- I am straightening up at home this PM, and not near the puter, but I wanted to pop in and say the show is superb, as always. So nice to have you on the air in the afternoon again.
  Wed. 7/15/09 1:36pm fishmonkeystew:

Vicki- yep, Gosfield in Essex. Looks like a pretty impressive place, and we've got a room booked the night of the wedding.

Maria, thanks for the killer show. Good stuff.
  Wed. 7/15/09 1:37pm Internet Addict:

Sleeping in the gutter, in front of the Starbucks, waiting for the coffee and the free wireless....
  Wed. 7/15/09 1:37pm Marshall Stacks:

Timely article on a 'cure' for computer addiction in yesterday's Guardian:

  Wed. 7/15/09 1:47pm Stanley:

Fishmonkey - cool! I have left my email with Maria if you want to drop her a line. I'm sure she won't mind. Get in touch - always willing to help a fellow FMU addict.
  Wed. 7/15/09 2:05pm fishmonkeystew:

Thanks, Stanley. This trip is quickly looking like it is going to be the best yet. I can't wait.
  Wed. 7/15/09 2:18pm Brian Sanders:

Hey Mr Stew, If you are in London visit Greenwich SW London the line where time is measured. You can also visit the Camera Obscura there. A wonderful device. Predates the camera. Great views of London.
  Wed. 7/15/09 2:28pm fishmonkeystew:

Aw, yeah, the Camera Obscura! I'm so there! You guys rule! I knew that my fellow FMUers would have some good suggestions.

None of this is helping me concentrate on work. hehehe.
  Wed. 7/15/09 2:31pm Brian S:

Oops. Make that SE London by Docklands Light Railway. Sterns in Warren Steet for any World music you may need. A walk along the South Bank & a ride on the London Eye. Enjoy.
  Wed. 7/15/09 2:41pm Porky Pig:

Stop mocking me!
  Wed. 7/15/09 2:45pm BSI:

So I turn my back for a minute (okay an hour or so) and missed another Moebius & Plank track from Rastakraut Pasta... this happened yesterday as well! There is no gawd!
  Wed. 7/15/09 2:47pm Parq:

At the risk of sounding like a suck-up, and with apologies to ZCR, I like Miss Maria's H&M version better.
  Wed. 7/15/09 2:48pm Maria:

Fanks Parq
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