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Options June 21, 2010: Girls, Moments and Whatnots (Fill-in for Trent)

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Moments and Whatnots  Girls   Options   Stang    45    0:00:00 ()
Noel Akchote  Can't Get You Out Of My Head   Options Shucks  Winter & Winter  2007  CD  Kylie Minogue cover  0:03:25 ()
Zaw Win Shein  How Can You Mend a Broken Heart?   Options My Friend Rain  Sublime Frequencies  2010  CD  Bee Gees cover  0:05:48 ()
Fleetwood Mac  Say You Love Me   Options Fleetwood Mac  Warmer Bros.  2004  CD  Originally released in 1975  0:09:24 ()
Danielson Familie  Sing to the Singer   Options Fetch the Compass Kids  Secretly Canadian  2001  CD    0:13:27 ()
Devo  Penetration in the Centerfold   Options Greatest Misses  Warmer Bros.  1990  CD  Originally released as b-side from "The Day My Baby Gave Me a Surprize" in 1979  0:16:41 ()
Gang of Four  History's Bunk   Options The Peel Sessions  Strange Fruit  1990  CD  Recorded in 1981  0:18:32 ()
Funkadelic  Smokey   Options Hardcore Jollies  Charly  1993  CD  Originally released in 1976  0:27:06 ()
Funkadelic  Atmosphere   Options Let's Take it to the Stage  Westbound  1992  CD  Originally released in 1975  0:33:06 ()
Bill Dixon  Summer Song / Two / Evening   Options Bill Dixon in Italy  Soul Note  1980  CD    0:40:19 ()
8 Bold Souls  A Little Encouragement   Options Ant Farm  Arabesque  1994  CD    0:58:40 ()
Anti-Social Music  II الغرانيق:}{:Fracture IV (al-Gharaniq II:}{:Fracture IV)   Options Fracture: The Music of Pat Muchmore  Innova  2010  CD    1:07:41 ()
Neel Murgai Ensemble  Charukeshi Monday   Options Neel Murgai Ensemble  Innova  2010  CD    1:22:45 ()
Sam Shalabi / Land of Kush's Egyptian Light Orchestra  Like the Thread of a Spider   Options Monogamy  Constellation  2010  CD    1:34:00 ()
Jason Forrest  Why I Love ELO   Options The Unrelenting Songs of the 1979 Post Disco Crash  Sonig  2004  CD    1:38:55 ()
ELO  Evil Woman   Options Face the Music  United Artists  1975  CD  Originally released in 1975  1:40:54 ()
KISS  Baby Driver   Options Rock and Roll Over  Casablanca  1976  CD    1:47:35 ()
Doomriders  Bloodsuckers / Rotter   Options Darkness Comes Alive  Deathwish, Inc.  2009  CD    1:51:09 ()
Grails  Predestination Blues   Options Doomsdayer's Holiday  Temporary Residence Ltd  2008  CD    1:58:12 ()
Borg  Plane of Hate   Options /Borg  Phaserprone  2007  CD    2:03:58 ()
Aemae  The Helical World   Options The Helical World  Isounderscore  2005      2:08:10 ()
Nadja  Alien in My Own Skin   Options Numbness  Happy Prince / Nature Bliss  2009  CD    2:13:36 ()
Gail Brand, Tim Perkis, Gino Robair, John Shiruba, Matthew Sperry  Iman Iman   Options Supermodel Supermodel  Emanem  2002  CD    2:27:57 ()
David Bowie  Sweet Thing   Options Diamond Dogs  Virgin  1999  CD  Originally released in 1974  2:37:41 ()
Cosa Brava  Market Day   Options Ragged Atlas  Intakt  2010  CD    2:41:20 ()
Puttin On The Ritz  Gee, Officer Krupke   Options Bangin' Your Way Into the Future  Hot Cup  2008  CD    2:47:54 ()
Jack Mudurian  Chicago / Toot Toot Tootsie / Volare / Rose O'Day   Options Downloading the Repertoire  Arf Arf  1996  CD    2:51:14 ()
Petula Clark  The Show is Over   Options Beautiful Sounds: The Petula Clark Songbook  Castle  2000  CD    2:54:11 ()

Listener comments!

  Mon. 6/21/10 9:11pm James:

Solstice blues baby.
  Mon. 6/21/10 9:16pm Katherine:

Hello from Seattle!
  Mon. 6/21/10 9:26pm osvi:

KG, nice to hear ya! Watchale, or those Miniature Minotaurs'll get ya!
  Mon. 6/21/10 9:33pm slugluv1313:

HOWDY from HOBOKEN! groovy tunes!
  Mon. 6/21/10 9:34pm greg:

The sun has gone down in NH. However not without the proper rituals.
  Mon. 6/21/10 9:36pm Katherine:

Hi slugluv!
  Mon. 6/21/10 9:37pm poutWest:

And the Signal To Noise too
  Mon. 6/21/10 9:39pm trent:

kurt gottschalk
  Mon. 6/21/10 9:39pm Katherine:

Parliament - Funkadelic Garry Shider, RIP
  Mon. 6/21/10 9:53pm Kendall!:

This new schedule frightens and confuses me.
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:00pm Katherine:

Bill Dixon, RIP
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:02pm Parq:

Hey, Kurt, nice to be able to hear you without being in the midst of a bout of insomnia. Yer soundin' good.
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:02pm slugluv1313:

hi Katherine!
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:08pm DJ KG:

Thanks for the annotations, Katherine. Let me also add Aaron Dodd of 8 Bold Souls to the RIPs. He was the anchor of a band that meant an awful lot to me in my Chicago days.
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:12pm Marmalade Kitty:

Hi Kurt, great show :) x
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:17pm Katherine:

It is a great show, and such a beautiful way to pay respects.
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:25pm ryon:

I don't think they're really named marmalade kitty.
I'm reading about the whole Julian Assange/Wikileads/Manning/Lamo thing.
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:26pm Consuela:

a) "Fourth Mansions" by RA Lafferty / b) The second volume of Arthur Koestler's autobiography, "The Invisible Writing"
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:26pm drr:

"Javascript: The Good Parts" and "Voo Doo in New Orleans".
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:28pm James:

Eureka - Edgar Allen Poe
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:31pm david:

"Images in the Margins of Gothic Manuscripts," Lilian M.C. Randall
"Regarding Head Sahpe: Acknowledgment of the Haircut as Form," Ryann Bosetti
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:32pm DJ KG:

Dang! I've got to read more Poe!

I'm reading "How to Wreck a Nice Beach," the history of the vocoder. It's pretty great, although it's a bit long in the hip-hop for my taste. I mean, Bruce Haack is only a footnote!
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:32pm Katherine:

I don't know what Charukeshi means, but I just read that this piece includes a traditional melody(melody) from the Maihar . A rarely heard rhythmic cycle of 9 beats.
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:33pm marc:

i am reading WAR & PEACE. no joke.
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:34pm Katherine:

from the Maihar
Gharana (school of Indian music)
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:34pm Mary Wing:


I'm roaming through 3 autobiographies of music people: "Black Postcards" by Dean Wareham, "A Cure For Gravity" by Joe Jackson, and "A Dysfunctional Success" by Wreckless Eric.
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:37pm DJ KG:

!! I've read the Wreckless Eric one. Pretty fun, huh?

How's the Joe Jackson?

(War and Peace... damn!)
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:43pm Keith:

Came in late and missed the Funkadelic and Devo.
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:44pm Mary Wing:

Joe's book is pretty good so far, I have only read the first few chapters so we're still in the formative years. I only found out recently that he's gay, which was shocking and yet not so shocking. Wreckless Eric's a fine story teller, yeah.
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:45pm DJ KG:


Keith S?

Just saw you on the effbee. Thanks for tuning in!
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:45pm Keith:

Now that's what I'm talking about. ELO Baby!
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:46pm Katherine:

  Mon. 6/21/10 10:47pm Keith:

Jeez! It's been what...20 yrs? Close. Liking what I'm hearing so far.
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:47pm James:

ELO! - I love being 10 years old again (in my mind at least). kcab nurt! kcab nurt!
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:48pm Is it warm in here?:

Tracks by Warmer Bros....
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:52pm Keith:

KISS! Really?
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:55pm Steve O:

KISS! Really! I still have Gene Simmons' home phone number ...
  Mon. 6/21/10 10:59pm Keith:

What's next? Maiden?
  Mon. 6/21/10 11:03pm Steve O:

It's in storage ... in Albuquerque.
  Mon. 6/21/10 11:04pm Keith:

  Mon. 6/21/10 11:05pm DJ KG:

Quick, I need a listener in Alburquerque to go to Steve's storage locker.

Steve, what's the combination?
  Mon. 6/21/10 11:05pm Katherine:

Keith, DJ KG is serious about KISS. Anthrax cover of "She" on the show knocked me out a few weeks ago. Well, so did DJ KG's performance of same on the WFMU Marathon Finale!
  Mon. 6/21/10 11:05pm Keith:

Kurt. My daughter requests either Lady GaGa or Epica. Your choice.
  Mon. 6/21/10 11:06pm DJ KG:

I actually dig "Bad Romance," but Keith, ask Steve how often I take requests...
  Mon. 6/21/10 11:06pm Keith:

I remember when he was equally as serious about Prince.
  Mon. 6/21/10 11:07pm Keith:

I'm going to say "never"
  Mon. 6/21/10 11:08pm DJ KG:

<3 <3 <3 <3 <3 0(+-
  Mon. 6/21/10 11:26pm JT:

heard najda for 0.2 secs before i could identify it... distinctive sound
  Mon. 6/21/10 11:29pm DJ KG:

jt: how do you pronounce their name? quick?
  Mon. 6/21/10 11:34pm JT:

  Mon. 6/21/10 11:36pm DJ KG:

you're not buying the "nadia" theory, jt?
  Mon. 6/21/10 11:44pm slugluv1313:

cool! "Diamond Dogs" era BOWIE! (ah, the soundtrack of my youth!)
  Mon. 6/21/10 11:46pm DJ KG:

oh yeah. the man made it cool to be a freak in high school!
  Mon. 6/21/10 11:48pm JT:

nope. i mean, it might be correct, but it's got a J and i'm going to use it. also, depending on who says it, nah-dee-ya is shortened to nah-jyah, which is probably the best...
  Mon. 6/21/10 11:48pm Mary Wing:

This Cosa Brava is interesting; is it in the new bin?
  Mon. 6/21/10 11:48pm Doug in dc:

That segue was inspired. I'm trying to remember how Nadja pronounced it. I think just Nadya. It's an Andre Breton novel.
  Mon. 6/21/10 11:50pm Katherine:

that was a cool transition between songs to Bowie. I remember sitting on the floor in front of a treasure chest under an orange ball light pondering this album back in high school.
  Mon. 6/21/10 11:51pm slugluv1313:

EXACTLY! and not those who were (later) obsessed with being "weird" on purpose -- i am talking about those of us who were labelled "weird" etc. by others, ya know? BOWIE, Lou Reed, Roxy Music, Mott the Hoople, etc. (ya know, all those "glitter rockers"!!!)
  Mon. 6/21/10 11:53pm slugluv1313:

oops, i clumsily posted without finishing -- all those artists were like this amazing safe haven for us "weirdos" "freaks" etc.
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