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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 November 8, 2010: Ineffable wonders

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Brian Eno  The True Wheel   Options Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)  Astralwerks  0:00:00 ()
J Biebz  U Smile 800% Slower   Options U Smile 800% Slower  No label  0:04:45 ()
Blue Grosbeak, Orchard Oriole, Western Meadowlark, Horned Lark, Ruby-crowned Kinglet, Winter Wren, Lark Sparrow  Their own   Options Songs of Eastern Birds (comp. Donald J. Borror)  Dover  0:10:51 ()
Mike Shiflet  Antrim   Options Llanos  No label  0:13:25 ()
Current 93  Benediction   Options Crooked Crosses for the Nodding God  Durtro  0:19:47 ()
Hallock Hill  Spring   Options Proposal  No label  0:21:36 ()
Jozef Van Wissem  After the Fire Has Devoured All, It Will Consume Itself   Options Ex Patris  Important  0:25:25 ()
Rev. Dr. Gommar A. DePauw  Speech, April 2, 1967, Berwyn, IL   Options Quosque Tandem? (How Much More?)  Catholic Traditionalist Movement, Inc.  0:37:21 ()
Monks of the Abbey of St. Thomas  Introit for the 1st Sunday in Advent   Options A Treasury of Gregorian Chant  Vox  0:40:03 ()
The Bulgarian Voices Angelite & Huun-Huur-Tu  Fly, Fly My Sadness   Options Fly, Fly My Sadness  Shanachie  0:43:29 ()
Sunn O)))  Big Church (Megszentségtelenithetetlenségeskedéseitekért)   Options Monoliths and Dimensions  Southern Lord  0:50:38 ()
Allen Ginsburg  Kaddish (Part 1)   Options Howl and Other Poems  Fantasy  0:52:47 ()
Music behind DJ:
The Necks 
Silverwater   Options Silverwater  ReR Megacorp  1:00:50 ()
Gail Laughton  Egypt 1700 BC   Options Harps of the Ancient Temples  Laurel  1:17:07 ()
Aldous Huxley  Would You Say Something About the Process That Took You to Unorthodox Religion?   Options Speaking personally...  Artifact  1:21:52 ()
Yahowa 13  E Ah O Shin   Options Sonic Portation  Prophase  1:24:12 ()
Sveinbjorn Beinteinsson  The Sayings of Har   Options The Poetic Edda  Durtro  1:30:06 ()
The Trees Community  Baptism   Options The Trees Community at the Garden of Gesthemani (from 4CD box set)  Hand/Eye & Dark Holler  1:34:33 ()
Theo Angell  A Crime From the Vine   Options Tenebrae  Amish  1:43:47 ()
The Vocal Group From Gjirokaster  At the foot of the plane tree of Peshkepi   Options Albania: Vocal Polyphonies from Lab Country  Inedit  1:47:59 ()
Sharron Kraus  Traveller Between the Worlds   Options The Woody Nightshade  Strange Attractors Audio House  1:51:11 ()
Richard Pinhas  Depression (Loukoum)   Options Metal/Crystal  Cuneiform Records  2:12:14 ()
The Android Sisters  Ray-Dee-Oh   Options The Best of the Android Sisters  em  2:25:17 ()
Beaks Plinth  Hey La   Options Organo Saturado  Gigante Sound  2:28:48 ()
Sun Araw  Canopy   Options Off Duty / Boat Trip  Woodsist  2:32:10 ()
Horace Andy  Cuss Cuss   Options Dance Hall Style  Wackies  2:41:18 ()
Pastor T.L. Barrett and the Youth for Christ Choir  Ever Since   Options Like a Ship (Without a Sail)  Light in the Attic  2:55:45 ()

Listener comments!

  Mon. 11/8/10 9:05pm Rick:

A tangle of static & a letter from Bristol...
  Mon. 11/8/10 9:16pm Rick:

My aunt in Scotland says the bird ID recordings really work, but you have to listen a lot!
  Mon. 11/8/10 9:17pm Tom L:

Love this new Mike Shiflet. Really intense.
  Mon. 11/8/10 9:23pm Tom L:

Thanks Dan!
  Mon. 11/8/10 9:24pm Dan:

@Tom, yeah, that Shiflet album is amazing. So's this Hallock Hill! :-) @Rick, I hereby promise to do a series of 20 shows purely dedicated to that record, so that we can all get those bird songs DOWN COLD!
  Mon. 11/8/10 9:25pm Tom L:

*bows* Thanks a lot Dan.
  Mon. 11/8/10 9:28pm Rachel Malheur:

Always healthy to hear him again...
  Mon. 11/8/10 9:29pm Rick:

The Haddock Hill was so good!
  Mon. 11/8/10 9:30pm Tom L:

@Rick -- Thanks, Tom L (aka Hallock Hill.....)
  Mon. 11/8/10 9:30pm Damien:

Hey, thanks so much for your wonderful show! Greetings from Troy, NY. Wish we could get FMU on regular radio up this way. Cheers
  Mon. 11/8/10 9:34pm Dan:

Hi Rachel, nice to see you here. Are you unfolding math problems in the middle of the Berlin night? @Damien, thanks for checking in from Troy!
  Mon. 11/8/10 9:35pm Rick:

Hey Tom!
I loved that track, good for you. Spatial elegence!
  Mon. 11/8/10 9:37pm Rachel Malheure:

@ Dan, hehe, almost right - by now it's madrid! but soon I'll come to NY, too, so that I can listen real close*
  Mon. 11/8/10 9:46pm Rachel Malheure:

How sad, how lovely.
  Mon. 11/8/10 9:48pm Rick:

What a title: " Fly Fly My Sadness", What a sound.
  Mon. 11/8/10 9:52pm Christine:

  Mon. 11/8/10 9:59pm Ladewtangclan:

Sunn O))) and Allen Ginsberg? Who got peanut butter in my chocolate?
  Mon. 11/8/10 10:00pm Rick:

Hey Dan, with those 800% slow-downs, was it just the raw recording? It would have to be pitch-corrected at the least. I love the sound, but wonder about what else (sonicallly) might have been done.
  Mon. 11/8/10 10:03pm Christine:

I just read Kaddish for the first tome yesterday...
  Mon. 11/8/10 10:04pm Woody:

The Bieber slow down was going round the internet a bunch. He used some opensource app called Paulstretch.
  Mon. 11/8/10 10:04pm Christine:

a tome in time
  Mon. 11/8/10 10:09pm Rick:

Thanks, Woody, that stuff always makes me wonder how its done!
  Mon. 11/8/10 10:11pm Rick:

I Love What Your Plowing Ahead!
  Mon. 11/8/10 10:14pm Taylor:

I may have to ship you my copy of Dr. Kenneth McFarland's anti-commie after-dinner speech "Wake the Town and Tell the People!" It's like Rush Limbaugh if he'd been on the hate-speech circuit in 1961.
  Mon. 11/8/10 10:20pm Taylor:

Actually, though, that's a record I hated from the get-go. I think for your record-smashing happening, you're probably looking more for old true loves gone terribly wrong.
  Mon. 11/8/10 10:22pm Rick:

@ Christine: I had that Ginsberg CD for 10 years without giving it a listen, then just this weekend pulled it out to put on mp3!
  Mon. 11/8/10 10:37pm Rick:

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(We would be mostly all simple Simons)
  Mon. 11/8/10 10:42pm Dan:

@Taylor, no, actually, I'm looking for whatever YOU think should be smashed for your own reasons...doesn't have to be guilty pleasures etc.
  Mon. 11/8/10 11:08pm Maria Sputnik:

I can't believe I missed the Albanian polyphonic music! This song behind you right now seems like something that'd play on the radio in a Daniel Pinkwater book.
  Mon. 11/8/10 11:09pm will:

Yup, that's how I got my Trees CHRIST TREE LP, for $25 from a record seller's website, this in 1998! He didn't know what he had and neither did I (took a chance, looked cool).
  Mon. 11/8/10 11:13pm yllat:

Already feeling depressed... but no im already feeling better. THANKXXX from Sao Paulo
  Mon. 11/8/10 11:15pm Dan:

@Will, those are the stories that make us keep digging in record bins, aren't they? The Christ Tree album is so amazing!
@Maria, hey you! Behind me is "Silverwater" by the Australian group The Necks. All their records are beautiful shifting pieces that would definitely go well on Ned Flanders' radio in his Space Pirate Ship (a.k.a. the cabinet under the kitchen sink).
  Mon. 11/8/10 11:16pm Dan:

@Yllat, thanks for checking in from Brasilia. Don't worry, this music will purify all the depression in a cathartic drone...
  Mon. 11/8/10 11:29pm Andy of SC:

Long time listener, first time commenter. <3 the Android Sisters! ZBS was a big part of my childhood, for whatever that's worth.
  Mon. 11/8/10 11:34pm Glenn L:

Love that Sun Araw! Great show as always, Mr. B!
  Mon. 11/8/10 11:35pm Dan:

@Andy, welcome. I feel like the Android Sisters is an elaborate joke played by Laurie Anderson. Just a guess.
  Mon. 11/8/10 11:36pm Dan:

@Glenn, isn't this the bomb? Nice to have you along as always, thanks for checking in.
  Mon. 11/8/10 11:57pm Dan:

Thanks everyone -- don't forget to email me at danb at wfmu or danbodah at gmail and send in your hated records to be smashed!!!
  Mon. 11/8/10 11:58pm Ike:

What? Who? Where am I?!? This is a great soundtrack to jet-lag limbo! Is this New Jersey?!? It is! It IS!
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