Options Airborne Event with Dan Bodah: Playlist from September 27, 2009 Options

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You see a blanket on the ground. It's your favorite color, smooth and soft. You can sit on it, or lie on it. It's a flying blanket, and you are the pilot. You are in control. You can fly anywhere you wish, just by thinking about it. You are the pilot.

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Options September 27, 2009: Whimsy & fraud (Featuring live sets from Urthquake & Noise Nomads!)

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
The Velvet Underground  Sunday Morning   Options The Velvet Underground with Nico  Polydor    0:00:00 ()
?  Rest Your Arm Above the Cushions   V/A: RRR 1000 Locked Grooves  RRR    0:02:48 ()
Chris Corsano  The Chair Dustless in the Tiled Room   Options Another Dull Dawn  Ultra Eczema    0:04:28 ()
Thomas Dimuzio?  n/a   Options V/A: RRR 1000 Locked Grooves  RRR    0:09:33 ()
Peter Walker  Rainy Day Raga   Options Rainy Day Raga  Harte/Vanguard    0:13:14 ()
Stefan Jecusco  The Contract   Options Portland (Purgatory)  Social Music    0:17:54 ()
Music behind DJ:
The Necks 
Sex   Options Sex  Fish of Milk    0:22:22 ()
Mark McGuire  Extended Forecast   Options A Pocket Full of Rain  Wagon    0:34:20 ()
Tongues of Mount Meru  The Ocean of Milk (excerpt)   Options The Ocean of Milk  Important    0:58:35 ()
Music behind DJ:
The Necks 
Sex   Options Sex  Fish of Milk    1:01:13 ()
Alan Courtis & Sakada  (excerpt from Arsenal performance)   Options The Sakada Sessions  Azul Discographica    1:04:58 ()
Jar Moff  Untitled   Options Untitled  N/A    1:08:57 ()
Lexie Mountain Boys  Where We Are From   Options Sexy Fountain Noise  N/A    1:14:31 ()
Dirty Dozen Brass Band  John the Revelator   Options v/a: Around the Horn - Doug Schulkind's 2009 WFMU Marathon Premium  Slime    1:18:57 ()
Music behind DJ:
The Necks 
Sex   Options Sex  Fish of Milk    1:23:05 ()
Cold Cave  Heaven's Gate   Options The Trees Grew Emotions And Died  Dais    1:33:23 ()
Dan Friel  Glass Kite   Options Obsoleter  Spooky Tree    1:36:01 ()
Music behind DJ:
The Necks 
Sex   Options Sex  Fish of Milk    1:39:24 ()
Urthquake  Conan/Piercer   Options       1:42:40 ()
Urthquake  Crowley   Options       1:46:48 ()
Urthquake  Schlitz Commercial   Options       1:53:36 ()
Urthquake  Che   Options       1:58:55 ()
Urthquake  Intra Muros   Options       2:06:14 ()
Music behind DJ:
The Necks 
Sex   Options Sex  Fish of Milk    2:13:46 ()
Fedayi Pacha  9 in 1 Mantra Box   Options From the Oriental School of Dub  Hammerbass    2:18:06 ()
Tanya Tagaq  Growth   Options Auk (Blood)  Ipecac    2:22:21 ()
Noise Nomads  Untitled 1   Options       2:31:43 ()
Noise Nomads  Untitled 2   Options     Check out http://bonescraperrecordings.wordpress.com/ for Jeff's label website and the new Noise Nomads LP, plus other fun things to look at  2:46:51 ()
Music behind DJ:
The Necks 
Sex   Options Sex  Fish of Milk    2:50:53 ()
Sgnirts dna Ocerg Yddub  Enitnelav Ynnuf Ym   Options Eltneg dna Tfos  Epic    2:54:38 ()
Music behind DJ:
Sonic Youth 
Sunday   Options A Thousand Leaves  DGC    2:56:29 ()

Listener comments!

  Sun. 9/27/09 6:23am Looms:

Hello Dan, good morning!
  Sun. 9/27/09 6:24am (mta) Tony:

Yes Dan, Good Morning; you're not alone, obviously. Have a great day! Great first set.
  Sun. 9/27/09 6:29am Bas, NL:

Morning Dan & commenteers!

With regards of borrowing the term 'The Airborne Event'.. All's fair in war and radio making.


Is commenting on a playlist governed by FCC restrictions?!
  Sun. 9/27/09 6:29am Looms:

Sounded like Dimuzio to me too...
  Sun. 9/27/09 6:42am strongheart:

Dan, I've been enjoying your show.
I'll be listening to this same show again later too.
Haven't picked a favorite show since Shrunken Planet, but I'll be looking forward to airbonre on sunday mornings.
  Sun. 9/27/09 6:43am (mta) Tony:

fmu should just keep doing what it's been doing since 1967. I'm still listening, aren't I? When you've got a formula that works, stick with it. That's my opinion; hope it helps.
  Sun. 9/27/09 6:50am Looms:

I agree with Tony, why should WFMU give up this great freeform formula? Dan, your top 40 bullshit was pretty scary... Do you NEED more listeners? Have you money problems again?
  Sun. 9/27/09 6:57am Dan B:

Hi all, thanks for checking in today. We just lost power for a minute due to a lightning stike, but thankfully backup power seems to have kept everything rolling (except for the CD player resetting momentarily). Glad to hear some of you (at least) think we should keep on doing what we're doing. I hope I didn't give the impression that I thought (or that anyone here thought) we should become a Top 40 station -- that will never happen. Obviously, we don't *want* less listeners, so in that sense, we *do* want more. But it's not about the money here (though, yes, we're broke) -- we'd never design our programming to make more money. I personally think WFMU is here to challenge listeners and to have fun and put out a fiesty voice that will never be popular in the greater world, but has and will attract listeners who appreciate something real happening on the radio.
  Sun. 9/27/09 7:00am andy, sunderland:

Morning! Mark McGuire is great. Wonder where the listener figures would go if you played his 92 minute tape.
  Sun. 9/27/09 7:02am molerat:

More Lexie Mountain Boys plz. kthx.
  Sun. 9/27/09 7:06am andy, sunderland:

I just like WFMU because it's almost guaranteed you'll hear something amazing if you turn it on at any time of the week (including the comedy shows/call ins etc!). I don't know of another station that's like that really. Obviously most shows don't really play enough Lexie Mountain but that's a minor criticism.
  Sun. 9/27/09 7:14am Dan B:

Minor criticism re (& request for) Lexie Mountain taken.
  Sun. 9/27/09 7:45am Dan B:

Lexie Mountain's blog is here: http://thehumanpyramid.blogspot.com/ -- great stuff
  Sun. 9/27/09 7:47am Azam:

Morning all!

Dan, I agree with you (and the other listeners) I tune in to WFMU precisely to listen to music that I know I'm unlikely to here anywhere else. That's what makes the station so special.
  Sun. 9/27/09 7:51am Dan B:

Thanks for checking in Azam.
  Sun. 9/27/09 7:54am Graham Stark:

Hi on a glorious Autumn morning in England. I'm another Brit who has come to love WFMU and your show in particular. I love how you always find something I've never heard of that's great; like the late John Peel used to over here.


p.s. is that really Aleister Crowley's voice? If so, he seems a lot less scary with his upper-class twit accent.
  Sun. 9/27/09 8:01am Dan B:

I'm a little embarrassed to be compared to John Peel! But in a good way. And yeah, Crowley really was an upper-class twit, even when reciting Enochian invocations! You should read some of his magical diaries, they are really fun.
  Sun. 9/27/09 8:14am Dan B:

Here's a diary of a Magical Retirement, authored by Crowley, for your edification and enjoyment: http://www.hermetic.com/crowley/libers/lib860.html
  Sun. 9/27/09 8:32am zax:

Happy Yom Kippur day, Dan and everyone. Did you repent? you should repent
  Sun. 9/27/09 8:33am Dan B:

Ah yes, I forgot to repent! Thanks Zax, I'll get right on that. Happy Yom Kippur!
  Sun. 9/27/09 8:36am Bas, NL:

Noise Nomads... wow, that's awesome stuff!!
  Sun. 9/27/09 8:36am kevin:

just want to say thanks for dj'ing this show. perfect sunday morning sounds
  Sun. 9/27/09 8:49am Dan B:

Thanks for checking in Kevin.
  Sun. 9/27/09 8:50am Dan B:

Noise Nomads on Thurston Moore's favorite things of 2008 list: http://www.brooklynvegan.com/archives/2008/12/thurston_moores.html
  Sun. 9/27/09 8:53am molerat:

Noise Nomads was lovely. Thanks.
  Sun. 9/27/09 8:55am andy, sunderland:

second that, beautiful! And now I make my sandwich.
  Sun. 9/27/09 11:53pm spaniel:

this program struck me this morning as I drifted in and out of sleep, in the rain, in a boat. there was no reason for me to be up at that time but the show was perfect and tranquil for my dreamy head. i appreciated your discussion of lockgroove. speaking of this however, in jersey city, i still have difficulty tuning in the analog, terrestial signal at times. It's usually just sandwitched between two stronger signals. i wanted to comment about commenting but I was without a digital feed. i remember Ken made a comment about how the best radio dj announcing was done as if nobody was listening. I think extending this notion to the actual dj'ing itself makes sense. Ironically acting toward your personal subjective goals has the affect of bridging subjectivities and brings us closer to a subjectless understanding of humanity, life, the mind, etc. maybe? beauty is simultaniously the most subjective and objective experience, in a sense.

by the way, i heard the power outage and thought my 4 dollar radio had just passed on.

by the other way, I'm a Dan B. too!
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