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Lullabies and reveilles. Something for the late nighters and early risers.

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Options July 9, 2011: Man of Leisure

Saturday 3am - 6am

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
Charles Mingus  Goodbye Pork Pie Hat   Options Watch the Closing Doors Vol. 1  Year Zero  *   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Manorexia  A Plastic Island in the Pacific   Options Dinflagellate Blooms  Ectopic Ents  *   0:04:31 (Pop‑up)
Trigg  Crest   Options Beige  Human Workshop  *   0:11:38 (Pop‑up)
Yolke  Sunrise Eyes Western Star   Options New Weird Austrailia: We Are After All Here  New Weird Austrailia  *   0:19:11 (Pop‑up)
Cosmic Analog Ensemble  Cordes Discordes   Options Navigations Nocturne  Up It Up  *   0:24:51 (Pop‑up)
Grimes  Heartbeats   Options Halifaxa  Arbitus/Lo  *   0:28:38 (Pop‑up)
Thurston Moore  Space   Options Demolished Thoughts  Matador  *   0:33:00 (Pop‑up)
Mick Harvey  October Boy   Options Sketches from the Book of the Dead  Mute  *   0:39:38 (Pop‑up)
Tom Waits  Walk Away   Options Orphans  ANTI    0:43:09 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
  Cocktail Capers      0:45:39 (Pop‑up)
Pet Bottle Ningen  Expire   Options Pet Bottle Ningen  Tzadik  *   0:52:54 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
  Saxophobia      0:56:31 (Pop‑up)
Afuche  TH Sq'd   Options Highly Publicized Digitalized Boxing match  Cuneiform  *   1:00:09 (Pop‑up)
Gillian Hills  Cha Cha Stop   Options Beat Girl  El    1:04:42 (Pop‑up)
Lilys  And One (On One)   Options The 3 Way  Sire    1:07:27 (Pop‑up)
The Hollies  Games We Play   Options Evolution  Sundazed    1:11:32 (Pop‑up)
The Crayon Fields  Would It Be So Strange   Options Animal Bells  Chapter  *   1:14:24 (Pop‑up)
Thorinshield  Here Today   Options Thorinshield  Phillips    1:17:44 (Pop‑up)
The Ronettes  Do I Love you?   Options Be My Baby: The Very Best of the Ronettes  Legacy  *   1:20:59 (Pop‑up)
Fats Domino  You Said You love Me   Options Blues KingPins  Capitol  *   1:23:17 (Pop‑up)
Joe tex  I Believe I'm Gonna Make It   Options Greatest Hits  CBS    1:26:36 (Pop‑up)
Mary Jane Hooper  You got What I want   Options Psychedelphia  Funky delicacies    1:29:17 (Pop‑up)
Them  Baby Please Don't Go   Options In Reality  Fallout    1:31:52 (Pop‑up)
Canned Heat and John Lee Hooker  Meet me in the Bottom   Options Hooker 'n Heat  EMI    1:36:25 (Pop‑up)
Captain Beefheaert and His Magic Band  Gimmee that Harp Boy   Options Mirror man Sessions  Buddha    1:40:48 (Pop‑up)
Deke Leonard  10000 Takers   Options Iceberg  United Artists    1:44:07 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
  saxophobia      1:46:50 (Pop‑up)
Dope Body  Bangers and Yo   Options Nupping  Hoss  *   2:00:34 (Pop‑up)
Doo Rag  can't Be Satisfied   Options Chunked and Muddles  Bloat    2:01:29 (Pop‑up)
Bobb Trimble  Galilean Boy   Options The Crippled Dog Band  Yoga  *   2:03:48 (Pop‑up)
The Shend  It's lovely Today   Options Godspunk Vol 10  Pumf  *   2:07:59 (Pop‑up)
Pau Riba  Voste   Options Dioptria  Pdi  *   2:11:16 (Pop‑up)
Audio Montage All Stars  Glitch Hope   Options Mediterranean Grooves and Raw Sounds  Audio Montage  *   2:15:44 (Pop‑up)
Panda Bear  Friendship Bracelet   Options Tomboy  Paw Tracks  *   2:21:28 (Pop‑up)
XTC  Battery Brides   Options Go 2  Virgin    2:28:21 (Pop‑up)
Talking Heads  Warning Signs   Options Songs About Buildings and Food  Sire    2:31:30 (Pop‑up)
Monty Pythons Flying Circus  death of Mary Quenn of Scots   Options Another Monty Python Record  Charisma    2:35:34 (Pop‑up)
Thinking Fellers Union Local 282  Empty Cup   Options I hope It Lands  Communion    2:37:48 (Pop‑up)
The Hope  News Report 1972   Options Single-Mindedness: Tony Coulters 2011 Premium  None    2:40:41 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
  Saxophobia      2:44:03 (Pop‑up)
The Slits  FM   Options BBC Sessions  Hux  *   2:49:11 (Pop‑up)
Renaldo & the Loaf  Scottish Shuffle   Options Messthetics #108  Hyped 2 Death  *   2:52:48 (Pop‑up)
Bill Withers  The same love that made me Laugh   Options + 'Justments  Sony  *   2:56:01 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  Sat. 7/9/11 3:07am Looms:

Hello Mr. DJ!
  Sat. 7/9/11 3:09am Larry:

Mornin Bill. My two favorite days of the year in Ireland; Christmas and summer. Guess which one is today???
  Sat. 7/9/11 3:11am Bill Mac:

Mornin Gents and others! Jeez Lar, a riddle already? It better not be Christmas cos I didn't even start shopping yet....
  Sat. 7/9/11 3:12am Larry:

Sorry Bill, for taxing you so early in your morning. Looms got it right, short and sweet.
  Sat. 7/9/11 3:14am Bill Mac:

Hey Man, it's not you it's me.... have a job interview next week... one of the requirements states and I quote - "must be a puzzle enthusiast"... I'm sunk brother!
  Sat. 7/9/11 3:16am Looms:

Okay, best of luck for this!
  Sat. 7/9/11 3:17am Dina:

Love hearing this on an insomniac Friday night. Thank you...
  Sat. 7/9/11 3:17am fleep:

Figuring out what to play is a puzzle of sorts, Bill. WFMU as a whole is quite puzzling.
  Sat. 7/9/11 3:18am Larry:

Nah, never say sunk. Go play some battleship. That'll sharpen your puzzle neurons. Sounds like an interesting job. Working for the Federal Reserve by any chance???
  Sat. 7/9/11 3:19am Bill Mac:

It's one thing to do things without people spelling it out for you do you know what I mean? I COMMAND YOU TO BE A SOLVER OF PUZZLES! Who needs that kind of pressure? Morning to Dina and fleep!
  Sat. 7/9/11 3:21am Larry:

  Sat. 7/9/11 3:22am fleep:

Puzzles have answers, life usually doesn't. It makes more sense to hire a problem solver than a puzzle freak. Unless it's a job at a puzzle factory.
  Sat. 7/9/11 3:22am hamburger / london:

good morning um B8!!
  Sat. 7/9/11 3:23am Larry:

By the way, fantastic music. Your head is a maze of musical intricacies. Puzzle that one out!
  Sat. 7/9/11 3:24am Bill Mac:

You gotta admire fleeps on the spot off the cuff philosophy... morning mr burger! and yeah man, whattabout the tunage? Drony yet variatous!
  Sat. 7/9/11 3:28am Dina:

This stuff is amazing! Thanks for enlightening me.
  Sat. 7/9/11 3:28am Larry:

'on the spot', 'off the cuff', 'tunage', 'drony yet variatous'. The job is yours DUDE!
  Sat. 7/9/11 3:35am Bill Mac:

Thank you both... You are way too kind
  Sat. 7/9/11 3:48am Looms:

Wonderful set, "Billy Boy".
  Sat. 7/9/11 3:52am alberto:

it is my belief that you believe in what you believe,
but i believe that you believe that i beleive in your belief.
  Sat. 7/9/11 3:56am Bill Mac:

I think I misspelled varietous...
I still think it's misspelled....
  Sat. 7/9/11 3:58am alberto:

lern too spel jeanyus!
  Sat. 7/9/11 3:58am Larry:

When you say 'it's' mispelled, do you mean 'it is' is mispelled, or the genitive 'its'? That's an important consideration. Sorry Bill. I know, more taxing of your tired brain.
  Sat. 7/9/11 4:04am Bill Mac:

You misspelled mispell Larry..... it's as in it is.... not sure about the genitive "its"... doesn't that have an apostrophe at the end of it? Has anyone fallen asleep yet?
  Sat. 7/9/11 4:06am Larry:

For all grammar worries you need to check out Eats Shoots and Leaves. Good book, it'll be under 'A' for Anal in your local library.
  Sat. 7/9/11 4:11am Bill Mac:

Yikes, that IS a real book.... it's appealing in a Pandora Box in a kind of Pandora's box way
  Sat. 7/9/11 4:14am Larry:

The title says it all. Misplace commas or apostrophes and the meaning can change totally. A panda bear eats shoots and leaves while a psychokiller goes into a diner and eats, shoots, and leaves. Geddit!
  Sat. 7/9/11 4:19am hamburger / london:

(have to head off now / show's been awesome mr mac! thanks for the fun!)
  Sat. 7/9/11 4:20am Bill Mac:

I get it! You started me thinking about wordplay in general.... must focus!!! Later on, Mr Burger! Thanks for coming out!
  Sat. 7/9/11 4:26am Steve:

Mom used to love Fats
  Sat. 7/9/11 4:30am Bill Mac:

I just watched a special on him last week, apparently he did some shows around the time Katrina happened. not bad for an 80 year old man that I thought left this world ages ago.
  Sat. 7/9/11 4:33am Steve:

We actually lost track of him for a bit during Katrina

  Sat. 7/9/11 4:35am Bill Mac:

Wow, I don't recall hearing anything about that.... it surely got lost in the middle of everything else that was happening at the time
  Sat. 7/9/11 4:36am Looms:

Didn't you Bill? We heard about this in France!
  Sat. 7/9/11 4:40am Bill Mac:

Katrina itself was a huge distraction here in the US. I doubt that Fats slipped between the cracks but I don't remember hearing the story about him....
  Sat. 7/9/11 4:57am Brian in UK:

Mornin' Bill. sincerest best wishes for the interview. Those things are one of lifes wonderments, you put youself through all sorts of scares for something you need but are never sure that you want. Hey. Music will out.
  Sat. 7/9/11 5:03am Kevin in oakland:

I'm in oakland ca in my studio drawing and loving your set
  Sat. 7/9/11 5:04am Brian in UK:

Have you got 'World War Two Noises' by The Ronettes as featured on Monty Pythons Matching Tie & Hankerchief?
  Sat. 7/9/11 5:06am Bill Mac:

Hah! I'm a Python fan and I never heard that! Morning Kevin and Brian! Just trying to keep up here!
  Sat. 7/9/11 5:06am Looms:

This set seems to be the boost I need this morning (short night's sleep).
  Sat. 7/9/11 5:08am Bill Mac:

Show feels backwards today.... I've been playing short cuts since 3... it's keeping me up!
  Sat. 7/9/11 5:10am Looms:

Oh, you're doing good as always, don't worry.
  Sat. 7/9/11 5:10am Brian in UK:

It was a sneaky record, Bill. Both sides were side 2 & on one side there was a double groove so it lasted about 10-12 minutes then you had to start again & hope you got the other groove. Funny boys.
  Sat. 7/9/11 5:12am Bill Mac:

I remember it well.... I think I had been so into the two of their other records at the time (1973?) that I didn't get into Matching Tie & Hanky.
  Sat. 7/9/11 5:13am Brian in UK:

Given those heady daze it took me a while to figure out the trick!!!
  Sat. 7/9/11 5:16am Bill Mac:

I wonder how many people bought the record and didn't get it?
  Sat. 7/9/11 5:16am ERM:

what is this language? somethnig between finnish and esperanto
  Sat. 7/9/11 5:17am Looms:

Just learning about this "double grooves" side by the Python, it was a pretty good idea :)
  Sat. 7/9/11 5:20am Bill Mac:

ERM, I think it's Spanish, but i haven't been able to confirm anthing else about Pau Riba
  Sat. 7/9/11 5:26am Looms:

Pau Riba sings in Catalan.
  Sat. 7/9/11 5:32am Bill Mac:

Thanks Looms.... Info I got on this album is that it was originally released in 1970
  Sat. 7/9/11 5:33am Brian in UK:

Gotta cut & run, Bill. Good luck.
  Sat. 7/9/11 5:34am Looms:

Yeah, Talking Heads!!!!
  Sat. 7/9/11 5:35am Bill Mac:

Later Brian! Looked for Matching Tie... only one we don't have
  Sat. 7/9/11 5:58am Stanley:

That's exactly how it is here in Scotland
  Sat. 7/9/11 5:58am Bill Mac:

Ok Folks, as always, thanks for your continued support. Shall we say this time next week?
  Sat. 7/9/11 5:59am Bill Mac:

Yo Stan!
  Sat. 7/9/11 5:59am Steve:

Amazing show, thanks Bill!
  Sat. 7/9/11 6:00am Looms:

Thanks Bill, best wishes!
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