Options The Frow Show with Jesse Jarnow: Playlist from January 24, 2011 Options

Jesse Jarnow's avatar View Jesse Jarnow's profile Options

Grand pianos in the surf, singing frogs, hyphenated psych, outtakes, live collaging, twangy drone, old folk, and ephemeral pop.

Tuesdays Midnight - 3am (EST) | On WFMU | 91.1, 90.1, 91.9 FM & wfmu.org
WFMU LIVE Audio Streams (Get help):   Pop-up  |  128k MP3  |  32k MP3  |  24k Real  |  24k Windows

<-- Previous playlist | Back to The Frow Show with Jesse Jarnow playlists | Next playlist -->


Options January 24, 2011: heavy music for winter birds.

Listen to this show: | Add or read comments

Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Everly Brothers  Sing Me Back Home   Options Roots  Warner Brothers    0:00:00 ()
Bob Dylan  I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine   Options John Wesley Harding  Columbia    0:03:31 ()
Obray Ramsey  Rain and Snow   Options The Music Never Stopped: Roots of the Grateful Dead  Shanachie    0:07:21 ()
Metal Mountains  Structures in the Sun   Options Golden Trees  Amish    0:10:47 ()
Six Organs of Admittance  S/Word and Leviathan   Options Asleep on the Floodplain  Drag City    0:16:32 ()
Neil Young  Like A Hurricane   Options Unplugged  Reprise    0:28:23 ()
 
Hugo Montenegro  Love Is Blue   Options Underwater Theme Park Presents: 22 Degrees Of Separation      0:38:27 ()
The Tremeloes  Call Me Number One   Options   CBS    0:41:09 ()
Frankie Rose  Blue Flowers   Options Sacred Bones Winter 2010  Sacred Bones    0:44:48 ()
Super Hussy  Cut My Hair   Options We Are the Best 7-inch  Corporate    0:48:02 ()
The Fingers  Work It Out   Options       0:50:02 ()
Ike Turner  You've Got To Lose   Options 1958-1959  Paula    0:52:07 ()
Dan Melchior's Broke Revue  Remote COntrol   Options   Troubleman Unlimited    0:54:44 ()
The Box Tops  Since I Been Gone   Options Nonstop  Sundazed    0:57:40 ()
 
Yoko Ono  Remember Love   Options Unfinished Music No. 1: Two Virgins  Apple    1:05:41 ()
Birds of Delay  The Cut   Options The Cut  Ultra Eczema    1:10:14 ()
Pierre Charial  A l'Aube Du Cinquième Jour   Options Swing Valse Machine      1:12:13 ()
Black Sea Hotel  Mome Stoje   Options Black Sea Hotel      1:15:31 ()
Sir Richard Bishop  Leather Wings   Options Graviton Polarity Generator  Social Music Club    1:19:25 ()
So Percussion  Aria   Options Threads  Canteloupe    1:20:39 ()
Aditi Tahiti  5 Minutes on Solaris   Options The Time Canvas  Majuma    1:23:57 ()
Language Removal Services  excerpts from "The 100 Headless Diva" + "The Long Count"   Options   Language Removal    1:27:51 ()
Rolf Julius  Music For the Air   Options Small Music v. 3: Music For A Garden  Mattress Factory  Rolf Julius, 1939-2011.  1:33:31 ()
David Lee Jr.  Regeneration   Options Evolution  Universal Sound    1:49:39 ()
Two Unidentified Burundian Girls  Akazélé   Options MRC-051: Lullabies And Dream Songs cassette  Mississippi    1:50:40 ()
Merzbow  Merzbient no. 4   Options Merzbient  Soleilmoon    1:52:50 ()
Follakzoid  Arabic-Hash   Options Follakzoid EP  Sacred Bones    1:59:44 ()
Group Lewlewal  Fanta   Options Ishilan N-Tenere: Guitar Music from the Western Sahel  Mississippi    2:05:45 ()
 
Barton McLean  Heavy Music For Crowbars   Options Electronic Music from the Outside In      2:18:50 ()
Steve Baczkowski  Tone Arm   Options Tone Arm cassette  Cae-Sur-A    2:33:50 ()
Akira Sakata and Chikamorach  That Day of Rain   Options Friendly Pants  Family Vineyard    2:40:59 ()
All That The Name Implies  Simply Implied   Options Side 1 (Play The Other Side First)  ESP    2:49:29 ()
Chris Weisman  The Sun Comes Back   Options Transparency  Autumn    2:51:29 ()
Beck  Static   Options Mutations  DGC    2:53:42 ()

Listener comments!

  Mon. 1/24/11 3:02am Adam:

Love you, Jesse!
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:04am Adam:

....and hello, everyone! Is this where the Dead got their slowed-down arrangement?
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:06am jj.:

Never occurred to me, actually, but is possible. Though I suspect they were just Merle fans.
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:09am Adam:

Aye, but Merle's was faster, as you may recall...fabulous , "St. Augustine" into "Rain and Snow"...many memories....
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:14am Catskills Material:

I didn't know the Amish could have record labels...bah-dum-bum!
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:18am coalhard:

i am aging hippie--everybody keeps passing me by--without turn signal!
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:19am Brian:

Just joined the surf...
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:20am Post and Drive:

@coalhard: are u driving while posting?
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:20am coalhard:

actually im in front going like a bat out of hell--eat my dust!
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:20am Brian:

Isn't that "sound of the Sitar" behind there? Sounds like it...
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:21am Adam:

Welcome aboard, Brian! I hate when people don't signal, coalhard...
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:22am jj.:

Howdy, Brian. Ha, don't think it's literally Sound of the Sitar back there. Maybe in the back of Ben Chasny's brain...
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:22am Brian:

Er, Sorry?
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:25am Brian:

Caught up... Fool here from Muskegon Michigan, USA, Michigan's "west coast". We got the 360 degree sunsets, baby....
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:27am Brian:

okay, maybe 180 degrees....
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:31am coalhard:

there are a lot of stations on the internet--but WFMU--is best on this night--as usuall
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:32am keer-keer.:

hey guys, hurricanes shaped like sustained organ drone notes are a good omen :-) i think
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:32am Brian:

That's a FACT, Jack !
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:36am bleat:

yes: yesterday was supposed to be the coldest night & then tonight beat it: actual 5 degreez
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:36am Brian:

I been into so called "garage rock". What it all had in common was the new tecnology of a "portable" organ.. In Muskegon we have had snow every day for a week and a half, It's about 11 degrees..
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:40am Adam:

Yeah, on the leeward side of the Lake, you get almost perpetual snow in western Michigan winters. Here in Chicago, it's a balmy 17 Fahrenheit, feels like 4, light snow.
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:42am Adam:

...but rest assured, we had that awful, bone chilling sub zero-feeling the last few days, which you are getting after us on the East Coast. Sorry, comrades.
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:42am jj.:

aw, y'all are making a DJ blush...
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:46am kay-r-r-r:

yeah adam, i don't know what i ran away from: i was in ca last week & i left during the first date of a 68 degree spate.. now ny: sssoo sad. (somewhat?!)
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:46am Brian:

Thanks 4 the support! At least it LOOKS cool. which it won't later...
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:49am coalhard:

falling birds providing traction here --stoopid squirrles are greasy-best they sleep
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:49am Wicked West Coast:

Ah, coastal California or somewhere inland, perhaps?
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:49am kip:

o nice velvet underground swipe'd line..
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:50am THEY'll be your Mirror:

Well observed, kip
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:52am Brian:

The V.U., Like the Ramones, are suddenly in vogue. Am I wrong to be really angry at that? They got NO radio play...
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:53am chee-eek:

oh yeah: ca:: coastal. i read the nature guide: did you know the temperature from january to july only differs by an average of 5 degrees....?! (perhaps that difference is all we've got in ny right now in real #s.. but it's actually kind of nice n crisp)
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:53am Adam:

Jesse, you didn't...you aren't thinking of...My God, man, don't you know there are balding men out there who would kill for long hair?
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:55am Adam:

Brian, yes to the injustice of those bands being overlooked in their heyday, but at least critical acclaim, gradual but growing followings and hindsight got them something, even if it was too little, too late.
  Mon. 1/24/11 3:59am Pacific Rim Recollection:

Yeah, I lived in San Francisco for a few years, and realized that since January and June looked the same, I could not use seasonal weather to mark the passage of time. That's part of its seductive, disorienting charm, but the absence of winter, and even of any appreciable summer, could leave you wondering...
  Mon. 1/24/11 4:01am Brian:

Oh, there's no absence of winter in Muskegon tonight. I understand it's romantic wonders, but when you have to shovel it....
  Mon. 1/24/11 4:10am murrr:

PRR: i lived there for that x's 6 yrs. i remember a big metal sundial on a berkeley pier that seemed important when i was a kid (for marking the passage of time- you learn to use alternatives to 'weather'.) you move across country & the day you were born goes from your math final to a big snowstorm, or somethin'. yeah, i guess the gauges are always gearing into some other notation
  Mon. 1/24/11 4:20am East Bay Grease:

Alas, I never knew the East Bay that way, only SF.
  Mon. 1/24/11 4:20am borxes:

Regards from Bulgaria with our great sounds:)
  Mon. 1/24/11 4:24am The Baron of Yawnington:

...is getting a bit tired after a long day and stuff to deal with early enough tomorrow, so may you all have good nights, mornings, and so forth.
  Mon. 1/24/11 4:25am jj.:

g'nite gentle baron.
  Mon. 1/24/11 4:27am hoo-hooo:

Yawnington, U2! Somnambulizing is in the cards for us all
  Mon. 1/24/11 4:27am Brian:

Gentle to yo uall. but I assure you, these are no Imaginary snowdrifts...
  Mon. 1/24/11 4:29am Some Nebulas:

can't wait to hear the rest, and check in next time!
  Mon. 1/24/11 4:30am Brian:

They are (shoveled) 5 ' tall. It's a Maze like The Sinining out there...
  Mon. 1/24/11 4:35am Brian:

Shining...
  Mon. 1/24/11 4:39am tu-tu-tu:

hmm. rolf julius is sure doing some interesting new collaborations... heh heh
  Mon. 1/24/11 4:47am greysoul:

Boy, do I feel small.

I mean, like, small.
  Mon. 1/24/11 4:51am skaip:

greysoul! i was just about to fall asleep. you must be having a synaesthetic experience in relationship to those little sparkly bits of found sound which julius is concocting for us:: he's got an incredibly micro philosophy of sound.
  Mon. 1/24/11 4:51am thomas:

Great show! as usual.
  Mon. 1/24/11 4:57am kreet:

like, on the scale of, if you magnified the micro more you would eventually be vearing from microtones towards " " silence" " perhaps? that would be an interesting fade, from julius through a magnifying glass/petree dish into cage, with other intersitial contemporaries cycled into the evaporation. a nice alarm clock perhaps, for waking up into the world each day
  Mon. 1/24/11 4:57am greysoul:

Well, sure - it could be that.

Although I went to double-check the meaning of synaesthetic and the dictionary fell on me and now I can't get up.

I'm pretty sure I'm just small. I'm okay with it, though - I'm doing my morning Merzbient.
  Mon. 1/24/11 5:02am churr:

aww, G..

Don't ever let a dictionary get you down. I think the correct synaesthetic response to that incident would phonetically be "doh!'

Yes that Merzbow piece was pretty killer.
  Mon. 1/24/11 5:04am greysoul:

Thanks, I feel even better.

Wow - if someone ever makes the movie to go with this theme song, let's fill up a micro-bus with listeners and go see it. I'll drive.
  Mon. 1/24/11 5:09am yip yip:

Yes, some erratically concrete musical symphony! I'm curious about the content:: probably a collage??

For the bus - If you drive I'll use a magnifying glass to fire up the engine periodically-- it'll be the alternative to the alternative - - vegetable grease.
  Mon. 1/24/11 5:12am greysoul:

Wow - I almost got squashed under that box set. Watch out, Mr. DJ.

Vegetable grease ... mmmmmmm.
  Mon. 1/24/11 5:17am Brian:

Let me guess... A vehicle that only runs on ORGANIC soybean oil...
  Mon. 1/24/11 5:20am greysoul:

Ol' Ronnie Reagan deemed that ketchup was a veggie, right?
  Mon. 1/24/11 5:33am tu-wheet:

o, whoops: lost at cards to the internet god for a sec..
G: actually i think Reagan came up with the system which has filtered into our modern grocery store: instead of 'conventional' he made a special section for "communists" vegetables
  Mon. 1/24/11 5:36am greysoul:

Ahhhhh - thus the fingerprinting I had to go through last time. Gotcha.

Can somebody please help me drag this bok choy to the counter?
  Mon. 1/24/11 5:40am tew tew tew:

Er we could make like banana slugs & eat it from the inside out so that the counter became counter-productive. I def. think Bok Choy passes as a 'red' veggie
  Mon. 1/24/11 5:43am greysoul:

Shhhhh ... that counter-counter stuff's pretty radical talk. Don't make a scene. Just roll that bottle of toasted sesame oil this way, would you?
  Mon. 1/24/11 5:47am greysoul:

Blow! Blow that horn!

Yesssssssssssssssss!
  Mon. 1/24/11 5:48am kreee:

Sesame oil! iii'''m ddrrowwwnniingg!
okay this roll's to cheffing en plein air.. (sans stove)
  Mon. 1/24/11 5:51am jj.:

Some music for you veggie reds. Or is it red veggies?
  Mon. 1/24/11 5:52am Rob in Maryland:

This current song is a hoot!
  Mon. 1/24/11 5:54am Rob in Maryland:

The beginining of the song that is.
  Mon. 1/24/11 5:54am greysoul:

Thank you, Comrade jj.
  Mon. 1/24/11 5:55am wheep:

oh i like the simply implied song. (this song too- weisman makes nice songs about drawings)

can we all make an animation for the former of veggie reds?
  Mon. 1/24/11 5:56am greysoul:

I'll take care of the small stuff for now.
  Mon. 1/24/11 5:59am kee-yow:

Very pretty sleepy-quiet set, JJ!

G, meet me with the 'small stuff'
'gnight.
Post a comment!
Name:
Email address
(optional, not public):
Your comment: (No HTML, please)

<-- Previous playlist | Back to The Frow Show with Jesse Jarnow playlists | Next playlist -->

RSS feeds for The Frow Show with Jesse Jarnow: RSSPlaylists feed | RSSMP3 archives feed

| E-mail Jesse Jarnow | Other WFMU Playlists | All artists played by The Frow Show with Jesse Jarnow |

Listen on the Internet  |  Contact Us  |  Music & Programs  |  WFMU Home Page  |  Blog  |  Support Us  |  FAQ

Live Audio Streams: Flash  |  128k MP3   |  32k MP3  |  20k Real  |  20k Windows

(C) 2014 WFMU. Generated by KenzoDB, (C) 2000-2014 Ken Garson