Options Brad LaBonte: Playlist from December 23, 2009 Options

Crossing the t's, dotting the lower-case i's. Music with which to watch windshield wipers.

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Options December 23, 2009: "Sometimes It's Just Fun Shakin' Hands And Saying 'Howdy.' And Then, Yellow and Green." (Fill-in for Ken)

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
Zach Wallace  #1   Options Glass Armonica  Root Strata  *   0:00:00 ()
Archie Shepp  My Angel   Options Blase  Fuel 2000    0:03:44 ()
w/ Iancu Dumitrescu  Monades (beta)   Options Iancu Dumitrescu/David Prescott      0:12:09 ()
  from 'The Spirit of the Beehive'         0:15:20 ()  Wunschen Brunnen   Options Wunschen Brunnen  Horizontal Ground  *   0:18:59 ()
Wax  Dub Shed (STP Remix)   Options 12"  Subsolo  *   0:26:29 ()
Henry Gibson  Happiness Can Be Yours For Little Or No Money   Options The Alligator  Liberty    0:31:49 ()
Book of Love  Modigliani (Lost in Your Eyes) 'I Dream of Jeanne Mix'   Options 12"  I Square/Sire    0:33:24 ()
M   Pop Muzik (Todd Terje remix)   Options       0:41:12 ()
Music behind DJ:
Gene Gifford and His Orchestra 
New Orleans Twist   Options Swing is Here: Small-Band Swing 1935-1939  BMG    0:50:08 ()
Voice Farm  Someday   Options F  Ralph    0:57:54 ()
The Jacksons  State of Shock   Options Victory  CBS    1:01:16 ()
Adam and the Ants  Greta-X   Options B-Side Babies  Sony    1:05:44 ()
God's Gift  Discipline   Options Pathology 1979-84  Hyped 2 Death  *   1:08:53 ()
Taco Leg  Sunbathing in Squalor   Options 7"  Fan Death  *   1:13:30 ()
Jesus Christ Superstar  Everything's Alright   Options Jesus Christ Superstar sdtk.      1:15:48 ()
Jack Bruce  Weird of Hermiston   Options Songs for a Tailor  Atco    1:20:24 ()
Ted Lucas  Baby, Where You Are   Options S/T      1:23:03 ()
15-16-17  Girls Imagination   Options 7"  DEB     1:25:11 ()
Jerry Jones  Compared to What   Options Studio One Soul 2  Soul Jazz    1:28:38 ()
Music behind DJ:
Gene Gifford and His Orchestra 
New Orleans Twist   Options Swing is Here: Small-Band Swing 1935-1939  BMG    1:32:31 ()
Elemental  Triple 116   Options Messages from the Void  Runtime  *   1:44:33 ()
Instra:mental  Forbidden   Options 12"  Apple Pips  *   1:49:49 ()
Furt  Limen IV   Options Sense  Psi  *   1:55:02 ()
  w/ Full Metal Jacket in Italian         1:56:31 ()
Instra:mental  No Future (Skreamix)   Options 12"  Nonplus  *   1:58:44 ()
Excision  Know You   Options 12"  Rottun  *   2:02:50 ()
Timeblind  Char Red   Options 12"  All Ears    2:07:16 ()
In Sync  Warm   Options 12"  Irdial    2:14:30 ()
  Simpliffyyyyyy, Man         2:20:05 ()
Music behind DJ:
Gene Krupa's Swing Band 
Swing Is Here   Options Swing is Here: Small-Band Swing 1935-1939  BMG    2:29:33 ()
Dionne Warwick  People Get Ready   Options Soulful  Scepter    2:29:41 ()
Phroq  #5   Options Half-Asleep Music  Entr'acte  *   2:31:58 ()
Tirath Singh Nirmala  Ashesmould   Options Growing Into The Wind  Rhizome  *   2:33:28 ()
Witch Queen  All Right Now   Options 12"  Roadshow    2:35:06 ()
69 Boyz and Quad City DJs  What You Want For Christmas   Options Badd Santa  Stones Throw    2:45:00 ()
Steve Stoll  Model T (Carl Lekebusch Remix)   Options 12"  Novamute    2:47:35 ()
Mylo  In My Arms   Options       2:52:03 ()
Music behind DJ:
Unitel   Options The Africa Chamber  ~scape  *   2:55:42 ()

Listener comments!

  Wed. 12/23/09 9:05am Parq:

Morning, Brad. The rhythm of this Wallace piece fits nicely with your "music with" slogan.
  Wed. 12/23/09 9:09am Andy in Berlin:

Thanks for this Brad. I love Jeannie Lee.
  Wed. 12/23/09 9:13am Bradford Eugene LaBonte:

Morning, Parq, Andy and all! Great to be back.
  Wed. 12/23/09 9:19am chuck in ct:

its a sunny cold morning------im staying in bed til noon......after your show
  Wed. 12/23/09 9:22am sinister dexter:

hello from grand rapids michigan , thanks for the music mr. LaBonte
  Wed. 12/23/09 9:34am Binky:

Henry Gibson sounds like Kenneth on 30 Rock.
  Wed. 12/23/09 9:36am annie:

morning all!!!!!!
  Wed. 12/23/09 9:41am postmanpaul:

festive salutations all !!!!! can't hang 'bout, just time for a cuppa and then off for a sexy haircut!
  Wed. 12/23/09 9:42am postmanpaul:

hey brad, keep it kinky!
  Wed. 12/23/09 9:44am Cheri Pi:

These last 2 tracks make me feel so... sexy
  Wed. 12/23/09 9:44am annie:

PMP- we want pictures!!!
  Wed. 12/23/09 9:49am postmanpaul:

annie - sexy thinning on top, 30's closely shaved sides with a slightly hairy overhang around the top. i know, how can ya contain yourself!
  Wed. 12/23/09 9:57am 357:

  Wed. 12/23/09 9:59am DF:

Wow, nobody ever plays Voice Farm on WFMU! It's the CA influence, I guess
  Wed. 12/23/09 10:03am Scott M.:

Very much enjoying the show this morning, Brad! Esp that Dumitrescu/Shepp mindmeld.
  Wed. 12/23/09 10:04am paul:

this makes me wanna listen to the weird al polka medley where he does this song
  Wed. 12/23/09 10:04am annie:

oh, baby!!
  Wed. 12/23/09 10:08am sugarwolf:

haha paul, I had a similar thought.
  Wed. 12/23/09 10:10am Bradford Eugene LaBonte:

357 - the airlines give first class passengers carbon offsets so they don't feel bad about themselves.

DF - there were 4, yes, 4, copies of that Voice Farm record for $1 at the Amoeba in Berkeley. Buncha weirdos out there.
  Wed. 12/23/09 10:10am Cheri PI:

Yesssss-I love this Discipline song, I've asked Santa for the CD
  Wed. 12/23/09 10:12am Kat:

I enjoyed the Adam and the Ants selection far more than I should have.
  Wed. 12/23/09 10:13am Kevin:

Sounds like early Fall
  Wed. 12/23/09 10:14am k.rex:

great show. really helping me stay supra-suicidal as I obsessively refresh NJTransit and Amtrak's website wondering if I am going to be able escape from NYC today. Not looking good.
  Wed. 12/23/09 10:14am Kevin:

Come to that, it sounds like The Fall now too
  Wed. 12/23/09 10:16am 357:

The developed world, (particularly Amerika) is destroying our planet for future generations . America is bankrupt anyway so pretty soon only Goldman Sachs employees will be allowed to fly. We Chinese will have the money to fly when you in the west will most definitely not.
  Wed. 12/23/09 10:17am Bradford Eugene LaBonte:

  Wed. 12/23/09 10:19am little jimmy:

@357: Up yer dosage.
  Wed. 12/23/09 10:19am annie:

this opera rules!
  Wed. 12/23/09 10:22am Bradford Eugene LaBonte:

Heck yeah, JSC rules!
  Wed. 12/23/09 10:23am Bradford Eugene LaBonte:

JCS, rather.
  Wed. 12/23/09 10:25am monica:

great show, brad! loved hearing 'book of love' and yvonne elliman.
  Wed. 12/23/09 10:28am Bradford Eugene LaBonte:

Thanks, Monica!
  Wed. 12/23/09 10:29am Parq:


A cautionary tale for any fankids out there.
  Wed. 12/23/09 10:33am PMD:

Mornin'! Nice so far! (just tuned in)
  Wed. 12/23/09 10:44am annie:

mornin pmd!!!!
  Wed. 12/23/09 10:47am Janet H:

I just tuned in too! Morning!
  Wed. 12/23/09 10:57am Bradford Eugene LaBonte:

Heya, Janet and PMD. Keepin' warm, I hope.
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:00am anne:

mornin'. laundry, double loads.
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:03am postmanpaul:

brad - wicked set. no novelty theme groove this... refreshing.
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:09am annie:

anne, i'm washing window blinds today.. a very zen experience
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:10am anne:

yeah, good day to do it huh? a rather peaceful wed. don't know if you have snow there or not. ours here has stuck around for a little bit.

it's funny, people get you and i mixed up.
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:13am Janet H:

We're going to have an ice storm tonight.
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:14am postmanpaul:

nice catching the show at sunset time over here in the uk brad.
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:15am John B:

yo DUDE play some of the new Flaming Lips Darkside of the Moon covers
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:15am anne:

eeeesh, brings back memories of michigan winters. are you in the midwest Janet?
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:16am Janet H:

Yes I am! Northwest Indiana. 20 min from Chi-town
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:20am Parq:

@ Annie, the snow down here looks like it always does in NYC four days after falling; like the visual equivalent of gastric distress.
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:23am Car:

Two guys complaining about twine...I need to stop working for the man and simply-fi
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:25am What!:

  Wed. 12/23/09 11:25am PMD:

Well Anne/Annie, you're always cleaning stuff at the same time!
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:25am annie:

ours is a frozen version of that, parq. thanks, btw, for the link to that article.. she's going to the city to deliver today and picking up a "city" edition. hehe
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:26am annie:

pmd- sympathy pains. ?
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:27am annie:

oh, yeah, also making turkey stock
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:28am PMD:

Brad, thank you for clarifying. I thought you were doing this 3 hours behind...
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:28am smitty:

good god. that's a lot of talking.
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:40am 357:

23 Years too late
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:40am annie:

it sure is nice to have you here bradford!!
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:41am paul:

thank you super nintendo chalmers!
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:44am Bradford Eugene LaBonte:

You call them Steamed Hams, despite the fact that they're obviously grilled?
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:48am Bradford Eugene LaBonte:

Thank ya, Annie
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:49am jojo:

this show is awesome, it is like the salt of Ken's show, all the hardcore freeform without the ADD
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:57am Ike:

Great to hear you Brad! I finally got to work. Public service comment announcement: *NJ Transit* is fucked this morning. Voltage issues. We were re-routed onto PATH. A new PATH train car then broke down. Lovely!

K. Rex, you might need to go to Newark via PATH or #108 bus from P.A. then switch to NJT or Amtrak.
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:57am Kat:

Great show today!
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:58am Ike:

More drunk Ken please!
  Wed. 12/23/09 11:59am 357:

your Amerikan transport systems are outdated. Your country is finished. Years of neglect of your infrastructure with all the wrong priorities. Insufficient education systems...
  Wed. 12/23/09 12:04pm Ike:

Stop pretending to be Chinese. I've been to (western) China and I thought it was rude, crude, nasty, hard to get around, with shitty buses, and full of shockingly foul second-hand smoke. But the food was AMAZING.

NJ Transit is normally excellent. Better than driving.
  Thu. 12/24/09 12:53pm Irdial:

Basically, the music industry argues that giving away copyrighted music for free violates its "intellectual property," and indeed, compares the downloading of copyrighted music to "piracy" or "theft". Permitting such "theft", music producers argue, is socially very damaging. No one would have an incentive to produce music were Napster and similar organizations allowed to operate. This arguments has two parts: the first says that downloading music is theft, and the second says that if downloading is permitted the incentive to produce good music would disappear and we would all be living in a grey and sad world, instead of joying at the lyrics of the Iglesias family. The first statement is the silliest and easiest to dismiss: it does not require a Ph.D. in economics to see that downloading music, copyrighted or not, is quite different from theft in the ordinary sense of the word. Theft, as we ordinarily mean it, amounts to depriving the owner of the use of the object of his property or, at least, greatly reducing his access to it. If you steal my MP3 player, I can no longer use it. Whether you use it, resell it, or just throw it away, it is theft. In this sense "intellectual property" is quite different than property of material objects. Indeed, the argument is not over the right of the music industry to sell its product, nobody is stealing CDs via Napster, but rather over their ability to regulate the future use of their products by those who purchase them. As far as we know, no one has accused people who make available music from their CDs on the Internet of having stolen the CDs. Rather the question is, having purchased the CDs, the music industry would like to prevent us from further distributing the music. But is there a valid economic rationale for this? If I purchase a car, I can resell it in direct competition with the manufacturer of the car. In fact, also if I purchase a CD I can resell it. I can also let other people listen to it in my home or backyard, or take it to the office and make it available to my colleagues, or play it during a gigantic party. The limit, apparently, is reached when I start making copies of it, either virtual or not. Strangely enough I can make copies of my Armani's suit, as long as I do not put an Armani label on it, but I cannot do the same with my CDs. Why?

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