Options Strength Through Failure with Fabio: Playlist from August 20, 2009 Options

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The Failure of Noise
The Failure of Sound
The Failure of Rock
The Failure of the Avant Garde
The Failure of the Space Age
The Failure of Jazz
The Failure of Psychedelia
The Failure of Krautrock
The Failure of Electronic
The Failure of Pop
The Failure of Free-form
The Failure of the 20th Century

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Options August 20, 2009: Voting On Failure

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Artist Track Album Format
James last  Mr. Giant Man   Options Voodoo Party   
Alice Cooper  Hello Hooray   Options Billion Dollar Babies   
Can  Mother Sky   Options Soundtracks   
Flavio Kurt  Walderez Waldereia   Options V/A Obsession   
 
Fred Frith  Evolution   Options Cheap at Half the Price   
Allan Bryant  Space Guitars   Options Space Guitars   
Crude Dueces  Untitled   Options Crude Dueces   
The Black Vial  It's Floatin   Options The Jaguar and the Yellow Colours   
 
Li Chi Sung Trio  One Blue Sky   Options V/A Beyond Ignorance and Borders   
Scrambled Eggs  Never Mind Where, Just Drive   Options V/A Beyond Ignorance and Borders   
Grúpat & Jennifer Walshe  Bulletin M - The Bulletin M Book of Songtags (edit #17a)   Options Songtags   
Musica Elettronica Viva  Cosmic Communion   Options Leave the City   
 
Baudouin Oosterlynck  Other Double Music - opus 15 - Prepared Upright Piano   Options 1975-1978  Boxed set 
Edward Ruchalski  Rotations   Options WaterTrain   
Christine Ödlund  Forest   Options Phenomena   
Xela  Vina Masculina   Options Musica Electronica Vol. 1   
Ju Suk Reet Meate  Short Wave   Options Solo 1978 + 1979   
 
Ekkehard Ehlers  Blind #2   Options Politik Braucht Keinen Feind   
Cotton Museum  Pus Pustules (excerpt)   Options Pus Pustules   
Ennio Morricone  Giorno di Notte   Options Una Lucertola Con La Pelle Di Donna   
Captain Beefheart  Moody Liz (take 8)   Options Mirror Man Sessions   
 

Listener comments!

  Thu. 8/20/09 3:12pm Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

What’s the difference between a duck?
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:13pm Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

Both legs just the same.
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:14pm Deep Thought:

42.
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:14pm BSI:

why a duck?
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:14pm Carmichael:

Well, if I had to vote, it would be in favor of failure.
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:15pm Chico:

Why a no chicken?
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:18pm BSI:

C: I no gotta no money.
G: How are you going to pay for your room?
C: Atsa your problem.
G: Ah, you're an idle roomer!
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:19pm doug:

this shlt is awesome. only the second or third time i have ever listened to Can.
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:22pm Ike:

Yeah, this song is infinitely spectacular.
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:23pm BSI:

awesome indeed. I first heard Tago Mago when I was about 11 years old. The track AUMGN shattered my brain forever. It explains a lot about how things developed.
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:23pm elka:

I can listen to it every day
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:24pm doug:

ahh. just dug it up on my hard drive. i knew it was buried there somewhere. now if only this server would support a sound card :-(
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:31pm elka:

Skolimowski
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:31pm esch oder anarchie!:

Deep End is a 1971 movie directed by Jerzy Skolimowski featuring Jane Asher and John Moulder Brown. The film is set in the suburbs of London.
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:32pm Carmichael:

It's also a great Pete Townshend concert video.
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:35pm esch oder anarchie!:

Also the title of a VERY decent recent noir with Tilda Swinton.
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:35pm Fabio:

Yes! Skolimowski... Thanks again Elka...
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:37pm elka:

did I ever give you the Diabel copy or is it in the Fabio pile....glad to be back and listening 2 ya
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:42pm fabio:

Never did get Diabel unfortunately... Maybe next time you're in town? been a while...
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:44pm elka:

will look for it right now ...it says Fabio on the disk...
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:46pm elka:

got it..stuck between Bela Tarr's Prefab People and McCall's Landscape for Fire ...will put it in bag for the next time
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:47pm fabio:

great. Looking forward to it... see you soon.
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:57pm jeff:

zero info on the interwebs re: crude dueces. do you by chance have a link?
  Thu. 8/20/09 3:59pm fabio:

myspace.com/twinbeds
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:01pm ?:

thanks, man.
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:02pm Francisco Torres:

Review of B Deuces record-

http://www.flippedoutrecords.com/crdestcdtwbe.html
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:03pm north guinea hills:

i working on my ray coniff singers/free design/swingle singers hybrid vocal project, so, start hold your breath in anticipation, fabio.
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:04pm Francisco Torres:

33 is a Mason thing.
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:05pm dale:

the background music sounds like it went to a movie starring karen valentine called 'coffee, tea, or me'
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:06pm Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

I thought 33 was a Rolling Rock thing?
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:09pm jeff:

hey francisco - i was just on that page. thanks for the link. pretty reasonable price.
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:19pm freaky neeks:

this is both calm and intense at the same time
awesome
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:22pm BSI:

Bless you man, I needed a good thick swarmy drone to soak in, today...
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:24pm doug from DC:

There's little bits of Van Halen in this drone, you know.
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:25pm Chris:

I was worried I was hallucinating the bits with Dave. Need sleep.
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:26pm clairpaper:

Hello from cherbourg in france
WHOUAOUW, we speak about Nietzsche with a friend, and it's pertect!
thank
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:28pm jeff:

clair, do you use an umbrella?
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:29pm BSI:

The flashes of DAVE IN THE DRONE aren't that worrisome. I've got a dog at home, which means bits of kibble end up in the darndest places.

......it's kinda like that. .... kinda.
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:34pm Chris:

I once saw Dave's face in a tortilla, but it's a long story.
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:37pm Bill F:

Anyone seen Master Musicians of Bukkake on their current tour with Six Organs?
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:38pm Carmichael:

Hey North Guinea, I LOVE the Ray Conniff Singers! Good luck with your project. Personally, I would throw in some Hi-Lo's and maybe Holiday for Strings. But that's just me.

Apologies in advance to Ike for mis-use of the apostrophe, but it just didn't look right.
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:42pm north guinea hills:

Carmichael, I just listened to one of my Ray Coniff Singers Christmas albums earlier this week. Good fun, and it annoyed my roommates/neighbors.....
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:43pm BSI:

...at all live shows from now on (esp. at a Master Musicians of Bukkake/Six Organs gig) I'd expect to see David Lee Roth stick his head out from somewhere & bark out 3 or 4 syllables from Runnin' With the Devil. ... or maybe just a random feral HOOOOOOOYEAHH....

I blame Fabio for this. Always.
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:47pm Budgie:

You call THIS food?
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:52pm Carmichael:

North Guinea, I play my Ultra Lounge CD to drive friends nuts. The French Rat Race is one of the coolest and most annoying examples of 5-voice French scat singing you'll ever find.
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:53pm Francisco Torres:

When I was a kid (late 60s/Early 70s) we used to scat to music like this:
La la la -insert profanity- La la la...
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:54pm elka:

pronounced well
  Thu. 8/20/09 4:59pm Parq:

Re 4:47, literally LOL.
  Thu. 8/20/09 5:04pm Parq:

[a la Looney Tunes] Monotonous, isn't it?
  Thu. 8/20/09 5:06pm Ike:

Never mind implanting anything, we'll just upload our brains onto chip-sized quadrillion-petabyte hard drives or something (see Charles Stross's "Accelerando"). Commence worrying about the soul, which presumably can't be digitized and preserved forever. Anyway, the question is, will we still listen to WFMU in real time when there's no more meatspace, or will we consume ten hours' worth of archives in an instant and understand the whole thing instantaneously?
  Thu. 8/20/09 5:08pm still b/p:

How's the Christmas cover on the Ray Conniff album? Nice, I'll bet. I'd like to gather a slew of such covers from the period and hang 'em around the place as my only holiday decorations. Cheezin's Greetings!
  Thu. 8/20/09 5:32pm Carmichael:

Isn't it a sexy gal dressed as a red & green elf, with bell hat on?
  Thu. 8/20/09 5:37pm Parq:

My parents totally loved those Conniff albums. All covers shown on this Amazon page:

http://tinyurl.com/cnfxmas
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