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

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Options September 10, 2011: The Sudden Fart of Laughter

Saturday 3am - 6am

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
Eugene S. Robinson/Philippe Petit  The table, the Stone   Options The Crying of Lot 69  Monotype  *   0:00:00 ()
The Creole Choir of Cuba  Edem Chante   Options Tande-La  RealWorld  *   0:06:46 ()
Jealousy  We're having your Children   Options Viles  Moniker  *   0:09:58 ()
Pink Floyd  Nicks Boogie   Options Brownies for Everyone:Stan 2011 Premium  None  *   0:14:35 ()
Haunted House  Grip My Hand   Options Blue Ghost Blues  Northern Spy  *   0:26:12 ()
Harpsicorpse  Harpsicorpse   Options Suite for Harpsichord  Zhark International  *   0:30:41 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
The Ernie Freeman Combo 
Rockhouse   Options Organs in Orbit  Capitol    0:33:32 ()
Googoosh  Gharibe Ashena   Options Googoosh  Finders Keepers  *   0:39:38 ()
Kourosh Yaghmaei  Gole Yakh   Options Back from the Brink  Now Again  *   0:43:47 ()
Edip Akbayram  mehmet Emmi   Options Turkish Freakout 2  Bouzouki Joe  *   0:48:45 ()
Tripsy  Pebble   Options Psychedelic States Volume 3:New York in the 60s  Gear Fab  *   0:53:38 ()
Lemon Meat  Signed DC   Options Lost Souls Volume 3:Arkansas Garage and Psychedelic  Psych of the South  *   0:56:28 ()
Thra Kha  Do You No Wrong   Options Cambodia Rock Spectacular Vol 2  Lion Production  *   0:59:33 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
The John Buson Trio 
Ill Wind   Options Organs in Orbit  Capitol    1:03:54 ()
That's Why  Kom   Options Lukk Opp Kirkens Dorer  Plastic Strip  *   1:11:52 ()
PS 186  Nadneda   Options Good God(s)! Jason Elbogen 2011Premium  None  *   1:14:31 ()
Kid Kings Combo  Mambino   Options Bear Traces:Nuggets from Bob's Barn  Sub Rosa  *   1:16:56 ()
The Conspiracy  Conspiracy   Options True Soul Vol 2:Deep Sounds from the left of Stax  Now Again  *   1:19:44 ()
Bill Doggett  Honky Tonk Popcorn   Options King Funk  Ace  *   1:23:30 ()
Kool & the Gang  Country Junky   Options I Can't Stop Vol 2: Joe McGasko 2011 premium  None  *   1:26:00 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Denny McClain 
Girl from Ipanema   Options Organs in Orbit  Capitol    1:29:05 ()
Tirudel Zenebe  Gue   Options The Wire Tapper  The Wire  *   1:36:16 ()
Smokey bandits  Cattle Drive   Options Swing Diskoteka  Eastblok  *   1:39:51 ()
Baba Zula  Butterflies Birds   Options Gecekondu  Essay  *   1:45:42 ()
Idrissa Diop  Dioubo   Options Diamonoye Tiopite L'Epoque de l'Evolution  teranga beat  *   1:50:08 ()
Wackies  Blackman Rock   Options Creation Dub  Basic Channel    1:54:22 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
jackie Davis 
Love is just around the corner   Options Organs in Orbit  Capitol    1:58:18 ()
French French Kaiser Thompson  begging Bowl   Options Invisible Means  Fledgling    2:05:01 ()
Cave   On the Rise   Options Neverendless  Drag City  *   2:08:52 ()
B B Blunder  Workers Playtime   Options New Day  Sunbeam  *   2:14:40 ()
Hillow Hammet  Slip Away   Options Hammer  Gear Fab  *   2:19:23 ()
Rev Charlie Jackson  I read my letter all night   Options You Got to Move  50 Miles Of Elbow Room    2:25:06 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Walter Wanderley 
Voce E Eu   Options Organs in Orbit  Capitol    2:27:11 ()
Antonio Gonzalez  Trulurele   Options Tiritando  Vampisoul  *   2:37:07 ()
Lonely Kid Quentin  Track 6   Options Le Charme Discret de Lonely Kid Quentin  None  *   2:38:58 ()
T Rex  Broken Hearted Blues   Options Tanx  Fat Possum  *   2:42:23 ()
Freddie Wadling  Sjuttonde Balladen   Options En Skiva Till Kaffet  MNW    2:43:54 ()
Larsen  It Was a Very Good Year   Options Cool Cruel Mouth  Important  *   2:49:35 ()
Ry Cooder  El Corrido de Jesus James   Options Pull Up Some Dust and Sit Down  Nonesuch  *   2:55:47 ()

Listener comments!

  Sat. 9/10/11 3:17am john (FMG) London:

Morning!
  Sat. 9/10/11 3:18am alberto:

night!
  Sat. 9/10/11 3:19am Bill Mac:

Good morning and good night!
  Sat. 9/10/11 3:28am john (FMG) London:

I'm a massive floyd hater, but this is brilliant
  Sat. 9/10/11 3:32am Bill Mac:

Glad you like it John.... do you hate all Floyd? They never grabbed me too much but I do find that their early stuff is more compelling a listen... I'm just not interested in anything from "Dark Side" forward
  Sat. 9/10/11 3:36am alberto:

i'm still here! haha!
  Sat. 9/10/11 3:37am T-Zero:

Feels like a student sneaking into class late
  Sat. 9/10/11 3:41am john (FMG) London:

you're right about the early stuff, whenever I hear early random Floyd like that it always surprises me, but like you darkside etc doesn't do it for me
  Sat. 9/10/11 3:45am Bill Mac:

A lot of the Syd period singles are pretty decent and his solo stuff is kind of an unexpected acquired taste.
  Sat. 9/10/11 3:47am Brian in UK:

Mornin' Bill & listeners. Agree on Pink Floyd comments. Distinct lack of humour/fun later on. But that progressive rock n'est pas!
  Sat. 9/10/11 3:50am emmagineering:

Harpsicorpse captured the essence of my panicked early morning scrambling at work here in the atl. Thank you bill mac. Thank you disembodied 17th century string plucking fingernails.
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:02am Bill Mac:

Hey folks, glad you're enjoying the vibe, whatever it is. calm down emma!
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:03am Looms:

Hello Bill and fellas!
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:05am T-Zero:

Hi Looms.
Dammit Bill, now I've got House of the Rising Sun stuck in my head after Lemon Meat
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:09am M:

I got Cat Steven's Wild World stuck in my head after that Gole Yakh song
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:11am T-Zero:

Not a complaint. Was just sayin'
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:11am Jay/ London:

morning bill and all just got up liked that thra kha you gona play any more like that today
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:12am T-Zero:

I actually like that kind of blues rock myself
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:12am Andrew:

this is awesome, listening to internet radio from the other side of the world ^_^
Great music!
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:13am marion:

good Morning Bill!
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:15am Bill Mac:

i'm grateful that I have more than a handful of people to amuse at 4:15 am my time.... Hi all! Morning Marion!
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:18am T-Zero:

Same time for me as well. I missed you last week... just couldn't keep awake,.. so have my pot of coffee tonight/this morning.
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:18am Andrew:

It's 6.17pm here in Victoria, Australia.
Where do you find all this music?
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:20am T-Zero:

Speaking of Bing Crosby and the big bands... Big band revival?
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:21am Bill Mac:

Thanks for sticking around T... hey Andrew.... I just walked in and looked at our 'new releases' bin.... really... there it was...
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:22am Jay/ London:

time just right here in London 9.20am breakfast and bill mac on the airwaves
bliss :)
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:22am Chente:

Chingonn!!!!!!
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:23am john (FMG) London:

I'm with Jay, breakfast sorted now I can give my full attention to the radio
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:23am Looms:

I like the sound of funk at 10:23am in France :)
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:23am Bill Mac:

Hah! This is it folks! Chingonn Chente!!!
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:25am Bill Mac:

This is what the morning should sound like in Europe
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:26am Brian in UK:

You are right, Bill. Gotta walk the dog.
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:32am Looms:

The medias are making it huge everywhere.
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:33am Stanley:

Good mornin' Bill. Good mornin' everyone.
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:34am Looms:

Hey man!
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:39am Wikipedia:

"The Battle of Hastings occurred on 14 October 1066 during the Norman conquest of England,[3] between the Norman-French army of Duke William II of Normandy and the English army under King Harold II.[4] It took place at Senlac Hill, approximately 10 km (61⁄4 miles) northwest of Hastings, close to the present-day town of Battle, East Sussex, and was a decisive Norman victory."
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:40am Bill Mac:

way to go Norman!
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:41am Wikipedia:

lol
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:50am Jay/ London:

like the butterflies birds :)
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:51am marion:

Nice set to pretending i'm catching up with work.
11AM here . 3rd cup of coffee.
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:53am Bill Mac:

I'm an hour and a half away from caffeine..... water will have to do for now
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:55am T-Zero:

Personal rule? No caffeine while djing?
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:57am T-Zero:

Not that it's any of my business
  Sat. 9/10/11 4:57am Bill Mac:

nah, the kitchen is upstairs..... i should have one with me at all times, but I just don't make the time... it's not like I'm falling asleep here...
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:03am Andrew:

I have one of those Wiretapper CDs, good stuff on it.
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:05am Jay/ London:

organs in orbit this is the sort of stuff they used to play in the old cinemas when i was a kid before the films came on
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:09am Bill Mac:

Organs in Orbit and a couple of the other Lounge comps are great listens. Wish they played that kind of stuff before our movies back in the day
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:12am Jay/ London:

so what did they play before the films over there back in the day ?
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:16am T-Zero:

Commercials... jingles Let's All Go to the Lobby...
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:17am Bill Mac:

Good Question.... From what I remember we were generally treated to a couple of cartoons and other movie previews almost immediately. This was the 60s so maybe movie management wasn't thinking ahead more than getting us into the seats and keeping ourselves amused. The nice thing about the movies in those days was that we had three movie theaters within 5 minutes walking from the house... didn't think of it as being that special back then of course
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:17am Jay/ London:

cave on the rise http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HnS10j09gc :)
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:18am Bill Mac:

I remember let's all go to the lobby from going to the drive in... seems more appropriate in a location that actually HAD a lobby.
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:18am T-Zero:

Oh! Yeah. I remember the cartoons as well.
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:20am Jay/ London:

we had organs that rise from the stage .. they were great
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:21am Jay/ London:

we never had any drive-ins here as far as i know
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:23am Andrew:

We had a Drive-In only 5min up the road from here, you could see the lights around the screen from our front verandah. It's been pulled down now. One of the last movies shown there was George of the Jungle. Our old cinema used to show ads & previews then the movie. I never got to see cartoons before.
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:25am Jay/ London:

@andrew was that in the uk if so where ?
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:26am T-Zero:

The cable companies use the jingle here now to advertise movies on demand...

Bill, yeah. I remember that jingle from the drive-ins too. First move I saw at a drive-in was Vincent Price - Pit and the Pendulum
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:27am T-Zero:

@Andrew... The drive-ins in my area used to have a kiddy section too, with things like pony rides
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:27am Andrew:

nope, Victoria, Australia. specifically, Newborough. i think it was called Fair Sky Drive-In. Now I think there are only 2 left in Victoria.
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:29am T-Zero:

The one near me was called Sky-Hi. I think they tore it down in the mid 70s.
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:29am Andy in Berlin:

I never went to a drive-in in my life. I'm certainly of the right age but we just didn't have one in my area. (used to live in NY state)
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:32am Andrew:

I never went to see a movie there either O_Q
At the time we just went to the cinema in the next town, cos Drive-Ins were old fashioned. I went there for a sunday market once or twice. I figured it would just be there forever...
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:34am T-Zero:

We went to drive-ins a lot because we were poor and us kids could hide in the car trunk to get in for free
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:35am abby in france:

andy, there are a ton of drive-ins still open in upstate new york, around the catskills and hyde park and so forth. the orpheum, in saugerties, is really really old and velvety, but it's just a movie theater, not a drive-in.
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:38am Jay/ London:

i saw the cramps in my cinema in kings cross london afterwards they played the cramps fav movies that was in about 1992
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:40am T-Zero:

@Jay : I saw the Tubes in a movie theatre...
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:42am T-Zero:

That must have been in the late 70's, because it was a White Punks on Dope show
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:42am Andrew:

Ours only played movies. The old one had only 2 screens in it. Seemed a lot more 'cosier' than the new one, which has about 7 or 8. Same with video game arcades. They are all disappearing.
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:43am T-Zero:

Errrr, I mean What do you Want from Life
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:43am Bill Mac:

Nice... I think in their usual haste to update the theaters back then we lost a lot of history (ie organs and live acts for that matter). My pop grew up in the neighborhood before I did and said that he saw the Three Stooges when they were a traveling act. I wish I could ask him to corroborate that story. Hate to think he got shafted and saw one of the lesser Stooges.... yeah, most of the drive-in's in the Mid-Atlantic are no more...
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:45am Andrew:

yay, T-Rex ^_^
the closest I'll come to seeing a band in a theatre might be when they play this Nirvana concert later this month. Supposedly a satellite global premiere of a concert during the Nevermind tour.
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:47am Jay/ London:

@ t-zero did they show moves as well on the night ... we have old movie theatres here that now only have groups playing in them now .. they can not knock them down as they are listed buildings
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:48am T-Zero:

I really don't know why the tubes were at the movie theatre because there would have been other venues.

@Jay: It was still a working cinema. But when they performed it was just the tubes, no movies that night.
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:51am Looms:

Ah, Little Annie...
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:52am T-Zero:

Oh! I like this Larsen song.
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:55am Bill Mac:

Now that I think of it, there is a venue in Philadelphia that used to be a movie theater, now hosts all the 2nd tier acts.... so I DO occasionally get to see a band there... although it now looks more like a music hall than it did when they showed flicks.... gotta go, although you guys should be able to take this conversation well into the afternoon... next week my friends!
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:56am Looms:

Was it a whole Little Annie/Larsen gig or did she just join them on this track?
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:57am Looms:

The show's already over!? How time flies... See ya!
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:57am T-Zero:

Take care, Bill. Thanks. I'll be off to sleep for a bit now.
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:58am Andrew:

see you next time ^_^ thanks for the show! See you later everyone!
Thanks for the chat.
  Sat. 9/10/11 5:59am Jay/ London:

thanks bill all all for a great morning of music and chat :)
  Sat. 9/10/11 6:03am T-Zero:

Jay, Andrew, Looms, take care as well.
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