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Options April 26, 2011: Rembrandt Checks His Blood Pressure

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Artist Track Album Year Approx. start time
FRANK DELIMA  Star Wars/ Close Encounters [part of]   Options A Taste of Malasadas  1978  0:00:00 ()
MORTY LEWIS  In the Hall of the Mountain King   Options Happy Heart/ Goodbye Columbus/ Both Sides Now  196?  0:00:44 ()
ZON  Gods and Kings   Options Back Down to Earth  1979  0:02:53 ()
UTOPIA  Singring and the Glass Guitar   Options Ra  1977  0:06:49 ()
ATLANTIS PHILHARMONIC  King Music Man (197?)   Options Grand Master  2008  0:28:03 ()
COMET  Shining Ships   Options V.A.: Homegrown Album  1982  0:31:13 ()
SEVENTH WAVE  Manifestations   Options Psi-Fi  1975  0:36:57 ()
ALAN PARSONS PROJECT  Nucleus   Options I Robot  1977  0:42:34 ()
THE NEUTRONS  Dangerous Decisions   Options Black Hole Star  1974  0:46:11 ()
AMBROSIA  Mama Frog   Options Ambrosia  1975  0:52:10 ()
SEBASTIAN BRADT  .Ko.Mmix   Options .Ko.Mmix  2009  1:02:21 ()
THE VILLAGE STOMPERS  Cold Steel Canyons   Options Washington Square  1963  1:07:31 ()
PAR LINDGREN  Guggi-Guggi   Options Fragments of a Circle  1992  1:10:09 ()
BORRAH MINEVITCH & HIS HARMONICA RASCALS  Donkey Serenade   Options Harmonica Merry Go Round  195?  1:21:51 ()
TUXEDOMOON  Holiday for Plywood   Options Desire  1981  1:26:45 ()
THE TOUCH TONE TUNERS  Jocko Homo   Options V.A.: Devotees Album  1979  1:32:22 ()
MOGO HOMO  Bereft   Options V.A.: Rokk i Reykjavik  1982  1:34:31 ()
JAMES B. SLAYDEN JR.  Lethargic Moan   Options V.A.: Mighty Feeble  1983  1:38:01 ()
THE SYSTEMATICS  Drowning Man (198?)   Options V.A.: Pardon Me for Barging In Like This....  2009  1:39:32 ()
ROBERT DERBY  You're a Loser   Options I'm Normal  1980  1:41:27 ()
BASE  Wet   Options V.A.: Foam  1981  1:44:03 ()
THE SYSTEMATICS  We, Him and Us Three (198?)   Options V.A.: Pardon Me for Barging In Like This....  2009  1:48:53 ()
THE SYSTEMATICS  Put Your Trust in God (198?)   Options V.A.: Pardon Me for Barging In Like This....  2009  1:56:56 ()
FREEWAY NORTH  I Really Do   Options Open Invitation  1974  1:59:44 ()
DON RANDI  Rembrandt   Options Bloody Mama (Soundtrack)  1970  2:04:17 ()
HENRY MANCINI  The Whispering Sea   Options The Versatile Henry Mancini  1959  2:07:16 ()
HEIGHT/DISMAY  Blood Pressure in the Sand (198?)   Options V.A.: Pardon Me for Barging In Like This....  2009  2:10:15 ()
TOMMY ZWEDBERG  Hanging (1979)   Options A Site for a Listener's Ear  1994  2:13:48 ()
CHARLES KOECHLIN  Les Bandar-Log (1940)   Options The Jungle Book [w/ Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin; David Zinman, conductor]  1994  2:32:47 ()
CURD DUCA  Wind   Options Easy Listening 3  1994  2:49:17 ()
PETER MICHAEL HAMEL  Die Dame Dreht Sich Permanent   Options V.A.: Mechanical: Historische Jahrmarktorgeln - Neue Kompositionen  1997  2:53:12 ()
CURD DUCA  Hypno Traffic   Options Easy Listening 3  1994  3:01:51 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 4/26/11 12:01pm tonyc:

Hullo dere!
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:05pm tonyc:

We'll be pompo-proggin' out for a bit....
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:08pm Alf from Upstate:

Welcome back Tony! You are missed on the in-between Tuesdays.
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:09pm tonyc:

Thanks Alf! Welcome back yourself....
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:13pm tonyc:

Anyone else there? Don't worry, the pompo-prog won't hurt you....
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:16pm Drummer Some:

Pompo-prog. It sounds like some kind of flesh-eating fungus. Is there an ointment for that?
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:17pm tonyc:

Mead, I imagine....
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:18pm mike tp:

really enjoy utopia seen them many moon ago at the capitol in passaic nj. hello tony doug and my friends and family out there in portland
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:19pm tonyc:

Hey Mike!
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:22pm tonyc:

Naturally, this track is LONG....
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:22pm charlie:

  Tue. 4/26/11 12:22pm Drummer Some:

Greetings Mike TP!
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:23pm tonyc:

  Tue. 4/26/11 12:27pm charlie:

I'm lurking while paying bills and balancing the ol' checkbook.
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:29pm tonyc:

Lurk away!
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:31pm charlie:

I must admit the music is making me feel rather like paying the bills is a majestic activity!
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:33pm tonyc:

Wield that pen boldly, noble sire!
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:33pm Drummer Some:

Charlie, I've got some extra here in case you run out before 3pm...
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:35pm mike tp:

hey doug glad to join the party . this combo of you and tony and is charlie part of this also . since i retired from the tp my listening habits are litlle off. funk band the new mastersounds at chicos asbury park tonite. also to my portland friends if you want a fine dining experience try on wed nite abbys table on 609 se ankeny st. portland oregon access www.abbys-table .com youll eat like kings and queens.
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:37pm charlie:

Doug, I may run out of the needed funds before I'm done!
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:38pm tonyc:

And now the noble knight drifts off into outer space....
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:39pm charlie:

About time...
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:41pm ted:

here comes the holo-fortress
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:45pm tonyc:

All albums in these first two sets (except for the Atlantis Philharmonic) proudly purchased for two dollars or under....
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:45pm Drummer Some:

Mike TP — and everyone — don't forget to tune in to Give the Drummer Radio's newest program, NAZARIO SCENARIO, by the amazing Amanda Nazario. Her show is now airing on the stream every Wednesday, Noon to 2pm (ET).

Her playlist page is here: http://wfmu.org/playlists/AN
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:49pm tonyc:

Her show has a great name for sure -- wish something groovy rhymed with "Coulter" .... "Moulter"? "Bolter"?
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:51pm tonyc:

Have no fear -- I'll be putting the swirling synths to rest after this set....
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:54pm ted:

sounds great! keep it going!
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:55pm BSI:

whee! Made it in time to catch the last swoosh of pompo-prog and its associated flowing silk sleeves!
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:55pm BSI:

I tease..... but I dig.
  Tue. 4/26/11 12:55pm tonyc:

Thanks, Ted -- and greetings BSI!
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:02pm Nicky:

Hey tonyc , Have brand new compuer will listen!
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:04pm tonyc:

Hey Nicky! Congrats on the computer....
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:13pm tonyc:

Hope you're all marching around your rooms....
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:16pm BSI:

it's a parade of marching cartoon ocelots in here. Kee-rist, i gotta shut the office door before somebody calls the rubber cops....
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:18pm tonyc:

  Tue. 4/26/11 1:22pm Ricardo Montalban:

What'd I miss (runs in late, panting...)?
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:23pm tonyc:

A parade of cartoon ocelots. (Welcome Senor!)
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:24pm Ike:

These sounds go fairly well with a mysore masala dosa filled with burning-hot spices.
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:24pm Ricardo Montalban:

all playing harmonicas, no doubt.
Greetings, Tony!
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:26pm Drummer Some:

Tony, I believe the correct term is a "riot" of cartoon ocelots. Get your phraseology straight!
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:26pm charlie:

Those harmonica bands really created a surreal sound. The early synthesizer...
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:28pm Ricardo Montalban:

Love Tuxedo moon! Just bought and old Ralph comp with them on it. Something old and crusty. Great band. Love Blaine L. Reininger's solo stuff, too.
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:29pm tonyc:

The crust is the best part of the pie....
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:34pm tonyc:

Are we not pie?
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:34pm Ricardo Montalban:

I remember seing this record at Tower when I was a teenager and ever since regretting not buying it
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:36pm glenn:

so what's the collective noun for wfmu listeners? of course, each stream needs its own.
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:36pm tonyc:

It's got some good tracks for sure....
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:36pm glenn:

a snare of drummer somes?
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:37pm Ricardo Montalban:

  Tue. 4/26/11 1:37pm tonyc:

  Tue. 4/26/11 1:38pm Ricardo Montalban:

Give the Drummer Some: Someites
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:38pm Drummer Some:

I heard that, Glenn.
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:39pm tonyc:

  Tue. 4/26/11 1:50pm BSI:

I prefer the term EXTREMELY GROOVY PEOPLE, myself.
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:51pm tonyc:

I've got lots of groove wear myself....
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:52pm glenn:

no, see, those are not collective nouns, well, except for a snare. we could be a groove (tips hat to bsi).
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:52pm Ricardo Montalban:

I tend to give off a lot of surface noise
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:56pm glenn:

speaking of great icelandic music, i reccomend lay low. she's kind of the bastard love child of dolly parton and sigur ros.
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:58pm tonyc:

Thanks, Glenn! I'll investigate....

Senor Montalban: At least you're not too badly warped...
  Tue. 4/26/11 1:58pm glenn:

recommend. oops.
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:00pm BSI:

violently groovy, at times.
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:00pm Ricardo Montalban:

I have a small, deceptive warped edge that you fail to notice until the needle drops and you're on the air.
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:01pm tonyc:

Don't worry, Glenn -- I prefer my words misspelled....
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:01pm glenn:

hey, at least you have fine corinthian leather. some of us are mere flesh and bone.
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:02pm BSI:

I have a run-out groove etching but won't show it without having a great many drinks first.
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:06pm tonyc:

And I guess no one admits to having mold....
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:08pm glenn:

lay low on the tube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7n4jrwNhsQo
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:09pm Ricardo Montalban:

I bought a Heintje record that had a moldy cover and it infected a big chunk of my collection. I knew there was something creepy about that kid.
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:09pm tonyc:

Thanks, Glenn! Will check 'er out post-show....
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:10pm Ricardo Montalban:

I love the spooky cover of that Mancini album
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:14pm tonyc:

It's one of his best fer sure. Thanks to DJ Rix for reminding me how great "The Whispering Sea" is...
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:18pm BSI:

whoa. Now you're swimming my language.
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:24pm tonyc:

A mighty tide sweeping all cartoon ocelots away...
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:31pm Kay:

Looking forward to hearing Psi-Fi when I listen to the archive, enjoying your 3/29 Belgian-themed show right now. (Just call me "The Timeshifter"!)
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:34pm tonyc:

Greetings from the future, Kay-from-the-Past!
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:35pm glenn:

kay makes great guitars. especially the thin twin.
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:39pm tonyc:

Really? Have a Web site, Kay?
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:43pm tonyc:

A straw poll: Should I start using an in-theme, as there's no one before me to introduce the show? Guess it might make it more obvious that the show has begun. (Haven't used an in-theme for years -- it gets to be a bit of a drag having to segue out of the same track every show.)
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:49pm tonyc:

Well, seems like the straw is in favor of an in-theme -- what about you?
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:49pm mark:

Don't think so, though maybe just some spoken word bit would do. Great show as usual.
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:50pm BSI:

interesting question. I usually join the party 15 minutes late so it wouldn't matter. But it's funny how a certain James Last tune or a certain Lee Morgan tune will forever mean something far more stretched-out because of this practice....
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:51pm BSI:

Although mark brings up a good point: something else, like spoken piece, media excerpt, something custom-edited mebbe?
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:51pm tonyc:

Thanks, Mark! Sorry, all, that the Koechlin was sounding a bit over-compressed -- just the vagaries of streaming, I guess...
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:55pm glenn:

  Tue. 4/26/11 2:57pm glenn:

or http://www.kayvintagereissue.com/
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:57pm tonyc:

Guess I'll ponder the in-theme question further. Thanks for listening everyone....
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:58pm Ike:

I like opening themes a lot, but don't drive yrself crazy if the segues are a pain. If it's easier, maybe your "theme" could be something similar each week, but not the same -- things all from one certain group or category. A few other DJs have done that. I think Dan Bodah now does a different Eno track each week for his opener. And Rix used to do a different organ track each week, right?
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:58pm tonyc:

Gracias, Glenn!
  Tue. 4/26/11 2:58pm O:

Great show! I'll tune in again. Hamel channels Virgil Fox! Next time maybe some Mike Quatro.
  Tue. 4/26/11 3:00pm tonyc:

Thanks O! And Ike, for the intriguing idea....
  Tue. 4/26/11 3:03pm BSI:

the traffic sounds are kind of a signature sonic element, oddly comforting and now definitely Coulteresque...
  Tue. 4/26/11 3:03pm Ricardo Montalban:

thanks, Tony!
  Tue. 4/26/11 3:03pm tonyc:

See you all in two weeks....
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