Options Brian Turner: Playlist from July 17, 2012 Options

Order and disorder in a freeform haze of terribly-played guitars, shorted-out electronics, found audio detritus, strange sounds from strange lands all around. Psych-punk-junk, collage, even pop. Lots of in-studio live performances to boot.

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
Van Kaye & Ignit  The Heat   Options         0:00:00 ()
Two Foot Flame  Come Down Easy (Spacemen 3 cover)   Options Live at WFMU 1997        0:01:48 ()
A Place To Bury Strangers  Mind Control   Options Worship  Dead Oceans    *   0:06:20 ()
Oldest  Fertility Rituals   Options Oldest  Sleeping Giant Glossalalia    *   0:09:12 ()
Vodka Collins  Billy Mars   Options Vodka Collins  Man's Ruin      0:13:28 ()
Mission For Christ  He and She   Options The Complete Sessions  Ektro    *   0:15:55 ()
The Disco Zombies  Mary Millington   Options Various: Perfect Unpop  Cherry Red      0:18:13 ()
Diamond Terrifier  Three Things   Options Kill the Self That Wants To Kill Yourself  Northern-Spy    *   0:23:03 ()
Mohn  Eberpatz 2020   Options Mohn  Kompakt    *   0:35:37 ()
Music From the Film  Been Afraid   Options Soundtrack: Vi Kommer Til A Fa Deg  Zero Moon    *   0:36:34 ()
Colin Potter  I Am Your Shadow   Options         0:39:46 ()
Native Hipsters  The House Is Upside Down   Options Original Copy  Mechanically Reclaimed    *   0:42:45 ()
Menstruation Sisters  4   Options Should Sisters Suck?  Ultra Eczema      0:47:56 ()
Gary Sloan and Clone  Backporch Blues   Options Harmonitalk  B-Music    *   0:49:31 ()
Islands Inbetween  Excerpt   Options Islands Inbetween: Touch 33      *   0:55:23 ()
Annabelle Playe  Matrice VI   Options Matrice  D'autres Cordes    *   1:00:19 ()
Andy Moor & Yannis Kyriakides  Touto To Kalokerak   Options Various: On a Steady Diet of Hash, Bread, and Salt: Compilation with Covers on Rebetika      *   1:07:41 ()
The Clean  Lemmings   Options Oddities  Five Four-O    *   1:20:04 ()
Spray Paint  Pink Pus   Options 7"  S-S    *   1:22:10 ()
The Frogs  Boys Will Be Boys   Options Squirrel Bunny Jupiter Deluxe  No Label    *   1:25:39 ()
Virgin Prunes  Twenty Tens (I've Been Smoking All Night Long)   Options Various: Strange Passion  B-Music    *   1:27:44 ()
Debo Band  Asha Gedawo   Options Debo Band  Sub Pop  live tomorrrow afternoon on Duane's show!  *   1:30:21 ()
Lijadu Sisters  Promise   Options Sunshine  Knitting Factory    *   1:35:08 ()
Jim Coleman  Dawn   Options Trees  Wax & Wane  ex-Cop Shoot Cop  *   1:46:02 ()
Rat At Rat R  Ameri$ide Home   Options Rock & Roll Is Dead, Long Live Rat At Rat R  Ektro    *   1:46:36 ()
Manilla Road  Pentacle of Truth   Options After Midnight Live  Shadow Kingdom      1:49:07 ()
Lee Ranaldo Band  Waiting On a Dream   Options Live here on this very show back in March '12!    playing Prospect Park in Brooklyn Tuesday 7pm    1:56:46 ()
Repulse  Sweeties   Options 7"  Cameleon    *   2:07:25 ()
Scott & Charlene's Wedding  Every Detail   Options Para Vista Social Club  Bedroom Suck    *   2:11:32 ()
Spectre Folk  Inchin' Worm   Options The Ancient Storm  Vampire Blues    *   2:15:52 ()
Las Malas Amistades  Volverte a Ver   Options Maleza  Honest Jons    *   2:22:07 ()
Anton Batagov  Prostration to the 35 Buddhas (excerpt)   Options Music For the 35 Buddhas  Tummo    *   2:24:33 ()
Oort Trio  Excerpt   Options Oort Trio  Golem Tapes    *   2:27:39 ()
Gum Takes Tooth  Heaven For the Minerals   Options A Heaven For the Minerals, A Hell For Your Livestock  Tigertrap    *   2:34:50 ()
Phillipa Fallon  High School Drag   Options Various: The Beat Generation  Rhino      2:44:17 ()
Wes Richardson and David Stith  This Is You   Options         2:46:48 ()
Guardian Alien  Excerpt   Options See the World Given To a One Love Entity  Thrill Jockey    *   2:50:27 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 7/17/12 3:02pm paula pc:

I don't know what this is, and I love it
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:03pm DCE:

Hi Brian, and hi paula pc
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:04pm Cheri Pi:

Hi BT, I wonder if we can find a clip from that Conway Twitty thing?
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:04pm kat330:

Agreed, Paula! Hi, BT and DCE.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:05pm Cheri Pi:

Hi e'ryone!
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:05pm kat330:

Back atcha, CP!
Avatar Tue. 7/17/12 3:06pm BT:

NBC seems to have put a lid on those clips Cheri. Oddly enough tonight I'm having dinner with a bud that was doing work for David Sanborn and that show --- I will ask her what the status is, I know they were plugging to get Night Music out on DVD. But lotsa parties involved obviously...
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:06pm kat330:

Wow, all rhymes: BT, DCE, CP & (paula) PC.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:07pm Cheri Pi:

I want more initials! get them drunk BT and have them sign it all over to you.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:07pm G:

Gee, kat three three!
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:07pm Richard from Venezuela:

Greetings Brian and all the listeners.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:07pm J W Gacy:

I love a place to bury strangers. I love it a lot.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:08pm Cheri Pi:

Kat Thirty Three! [zero is silent]
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:08pm G:

^ clowning around
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:08pm kat330:

Hey, G, where have you been? Or is it I've been absent?
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:11pm Cheri Pi:

Yeah, now we're headbanging!
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:11pm kat330:

Clearly so! Myself, very busy with a "Honey do" list. ;)
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:12pm G:

@kat: Was in Maryland with family from 7/5 till this past weekend. Heavy social calendar, not much me time -- especially because I was using any open time, either mornings or latenights, to do my regular work (online). I listened online when I had a little free time, but didn't do much commenting...
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:13pm JDELZ:

YESSSS! Oldest is so great
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:14pm paula pc:

hi to all, and @ JDELZ I have never heard this and it is so great, yes!
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:14pm Cheri Pi:

what's this label? Jason Sigal is on the cover of their blog: http://www.sleepinggiantglossolalia.com/
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:14pm Matt from Springfield:

Most rockin' fertility rituals of any culture I've heard!
(And "Sleeping Giant Glossalalia"!! +10 points!)
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:16pm Matt from Springfield:

Hi BT and everyone!
(To join the game, even "Matt from Springfiel-Dee" can fit the rhyme! :)
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:16pm tim from champaign:

Have any of you heard Northern Haze yet? An Inuit heavy band from the early 80s. It's great! An anthology LP was recently released.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:17pm Martin:

Yeah, Brian!!!
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:17pm kat330:

Speaking of Mars rovers, another due to land Aug. 5th for all you fellow spaceheads.
Avatar Tue. 7/17/12 3:19pm BT:

I wrote to that label for the Northern Haze, but they're overseas and not sure if they're sending it.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:19pm Laura:

I'm thinking some Total Control would suit this playlist.
Avatar Tue. 7/17/12 3:20pm BT:

Jason lives with the dude from Sleeping Giant G.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:21pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat330: Ah, they launched that last Nov 26, I guess they're not taking a very direct (3 month) route to Mars. The "Curiosity" Mars Rover/Mars Science Laboratory, and is evidently run by the Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena:

  Tue. 7/17/12 3:22pm Cheri Pi:

this Disco Zombies song is genius.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:24pm kat330:

Link appreciated, Matt. Huh, three months normally might explain Morgan Freeman's misspoken date of landing on March 5th last night.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:26pm northguineahills:

This Diamond Terrifier reminds of a Ground Zero piece where Otomo recorded a alto sax in an abandoned warehouse.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:27pm kat330:

I appreciate the album title.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:29pm adam:

Thanks Brian! First time this album has been played on the radio! - adam, northern spy
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:30pm Matt from Springfield:

As do I, let your inner strong self prevail.

Also loved the Disco Zombies, sounds like I've heard other stuff by them.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:30pm mick:

yes kat330, just came here, saw the album title and thought, wow.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:31pm Emile:

Hey Brian, great set so far.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:32pm Matt from Springfield:

WOW! Vodka Collins was 70s Japanese Glam! Never woulda thunk it!
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:33pm Chris from DC:

Hmm, first time I think I've heard of Mission for Christ.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:36pm Andrew Waterloo:

Gotta love those Zs
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:36pm Matt from Springfield:

Yes, feel free to yimmer, or yammer, or jibber, and if you're really feeling experimental, you can even *jabber* in the comments.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:37pm kat330:

Nothing special, just meat 'n' potatoes -- I call that hearty nutrition, BT.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:38pm common:

  Tue. 7/17/12 3:39pm Chris from DC:

Oh awesome. Digging this Young/Harrison/Buckholdt.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:43pm northguineahills:

stained glass pyjamas, I have them for when the vermilion spheres enter mis sueños.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:44pm Lizzie:

  Tue. 7/17/12 3:45pm paula pc:

oh my goodness -- for real NEW Native Hipsters??
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:47pm DCE:

man, I don't know what it is about Tuesdays around here, but every week I tune in and then promptly get drowned in busy-things.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:48pm Andrew Waterloo:

this is brilliant
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:51pm kat330:

This is sure a lazy hot summer afternoon tune.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:52pm Mike:

Brian Turner Overdrive
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:52pm kat330:

I think 'possums under the back porch got onto the track somehow.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:54pm Carmichael:

Hey BT, hey everyone.
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:54pm Andrew Waterloo:

Squirrels steeling paper towels?
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:55pm Matt from Springfield:

Wow, what movie/show is "Tina's ass" from?
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:56pm Tom G:

A Woman Under the Influence!
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:57pm kat330:

I'm still trying to figure out the translation of the Vi Kommer Til A Fa Deg film: Google says "We Will Til A Fa Dough," but elsewhere I found "a long palpable nooodle".
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:57pm northguineahills:

If I could become a luche libre star, I'd be Gringo Starr.

/Sorry, this Tuesday is affecting me....
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:58pm DCE:

Gringo Starr is actually a band name already...
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:59pm DCE:

but you can still follow your dreams, NGH!
  Tue. 7/17/12 3:59pm kat330:

Tuesday IS "Mars Day" NGH. :)
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:00pm DCE:

those damned toddlers and their tricycle horns
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:00pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks Tom G!
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:00pm jt:

it's not toddlers, it's two clowns having an argument
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:00pm Carmichael:

Islands inbetween. That is what we are.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:01pm kat330:

  Tue. 7/17/12 4:01pm northguineahills:

Damnit, DCE! There goes plan D. Still hedging bets on plan C.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:01pm Matt from Springfield:

Although, "Gringo Star" seems to be spelled with only one 'r'--so become the "Starr" that all the Gringos love!
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:02pm BSI:

sans palpable poodle, alas.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:03pm kat330:

And yet with a palpable noodle?
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:03pm Carmichael:

There's your band name, DCE: Palpable Poodle.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:05pm DCE:

aw, I was leaning towards "typical Ohio stink", but ok!
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:07pm northguineahills:

Prodding poodle paddle pods?
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:08pm Matt from Springfield:

@DCE: The problem is that most people from outside Ohio don't have a "typical" Ohio stink in their mind..
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:08pm DCE:

a good band name won't make you spit on the listener's face while you say it--that's today's tip
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:08pm Matt from Springfield:

Throbbing Poodle?
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:09pm DCE:

we have a local fella, last name Griswold...he used the "Throbbing Griswold" name, so that's killed for Cleveland.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:10pm northguineahills:

Sufferin' Succotash!
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:10pm kata:

this is a great fucking show BT ! and howdy listeners !!!
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:11pm Matt from Springfield:

@DCE: "Face Spit" sounds good...strong, succinct, and I don't think merely saying it will cause someone to spit on your face!
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:12pm kat330:

Can't speak to typical oHIo sound, but I've got an ear lock on the local Louisville sound. Whenever the local public radio AAA channel plays a group recorded in Louisville, I know it before they announce it. Must only be one main recording studio, and it can be "heard."
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:12pm northguineahills:

I thought Andy Moor And Yannis Kyriakides already did a rembetika cover album four years ago.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:13pm fred:

Now I'm even more pissed off I managed to miss Moor/Kyriakides. That dance show wasn't worth it
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:15pm DCE:

great track, for sure...@kat330, you must have the ear for it! Louisville definitely used to have a sound associated with it in ye olden tymes.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:15pm kat330:

NRBQ times?
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:16pm Matt from Springfield:

FMA download! Sounds great.
"Steady Diet of Hash..." seems to be a Greek theme; Joe McG once played a Greek song from the 30s that was translated as "Hashish Smoking Chicks"!
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:16pm northguineahills:

I had an old Greek coworker 8 years ago give me a stash of rembetika records that were his father's. I'm eternally grateful.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:17pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: Pretty impressive! I try to learn various aspects of production from music I hear, that's good on your part that you can catch that particular studio as you hear it!
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:20pm kat330:

I don't think the studio(s) is doing the artists any favors. The tracks always seem to, I dunno, lack a certain something. Philo will vouch how frequently I get it right. (not that I'm cheating *that* often on FMU with WFPK. ;)
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:20pm Matt from Springfield:

@NGH: Wonderful! I'm learning just what Rebetiko is, and that much of the Greek I've heard on FMU fits that description.

"Rebetiko, plural rebetika, (Greek: ρεμπέτικο, pronounced [reˈbetiko] and ρεμπέτικα respectively), occasionally transliterated as Rembetiko, is a term used today to designate originally disparate kinds of urban Greek folk music which have come to be grouped together since the so-called rebetika revival, which started in the 1960s and developed further from the early 1970s onwards."
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:21pm Cheri Pi:

I'm so buyng Oddities and Dopesmoker this week with my allowance.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:21pm Cecile:

how tiny is the reissue of the Clean record?
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:22pm Matt from Springfield:

"Like several other urban subcultural musical forms such as the blues, flamenco, fado, bal-musette and tango, rebetiko grew out of particular urban circumstances. Oftentimes, but by no means always, its lyrics reflect the harsher realities of a marginalized subculture's lifestyle. Thus one finds themes such as crime, drink, drugs, poverty, prostitution and violence, but also a multitude of themes of relevance to Greek people of any social stratum: death, eroticism, exile, exoticism, disease, love, marriage, matchmaking, the mother figure, war, work, and diverse other everyday matters, both happy and sad."
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:24pm Cecile:

I think Keith Ferguson from the Tail Gators, etc, put it well: "You couldn't sing that stuff unless you'd lost an eye in a knife fight and a couple of fingers to syphilis."
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:24pm Matt from Springfield:

"The womb of rebetika was the jail and the hash den. It was there that the early rebetes created their songs. They sang in quiet, hoarse voices, unforced, one after the other, each singer adding a verse which often bore no relation to the previous verse, and a song often went on for hours. There was no refrain, and the melody was simple and easy. One rebetis accompanied the singer with a bouzouki or a baglamas (a smaller version of the bouzouki, very portable, easy to make in prison and easy to hide from the police), and perhaps another, moved by the music, would get up and dance. The early rebetika songs, particularly the love songs, were based on Greek folk songs and the songs of the Greeks of Smyrna and Constantinople."
— Elias Petropoulos
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:26pm Matt from Springfield:

@Cecile: The Greek rebetika? Yeah, I'd believe that!
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:26pm Letha:

Just made it home to listen!!! Boyz!
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:27pm Cecile:

  Tue. 7/17/12 4:28pm northguineahills:

I have some LPs (from the late 50s/early60s) of recordings of early rembetika from the 30s-40s. The genesis was in the Ionian islands from sailors whom liked to sing about sex, drugs, and other themes familiar to most "blues" contexts. It later matured in the urban Greek milieu.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:28pm kat330:

By Jove I love the Frogs I've been hearing this past week.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:28pm northguineahills:

I have some LPs (from the late 50s/early60s) of recordings of early rembetika from the 30s-40s. The genesis was in the Ionian islands from sailors whom liked to sing about sex, drugs, and other themes familiar to most "blues" contexts. It later matured in the urban Greek milieu.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:29pm Cecile:

I just ordered my oddities.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:29pm Cheri Pi:

:) @Cecile
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:30pm joe:

'ello folks
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:31pm paula pc:

I never gave the Virgin Prunes a chance, and that was great
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:31pm Matt from Springfield:

'lo, joe!
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:32pm kat330:

Mmm, this is nice -- a smoldering tango choreographed to this.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:34pm committed IRS man:

I just audited my orderlies.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:35pm kat330:

Connecting upcoming guests with Ohio (non-stink), excited about Harlan Ellison on Chris T tonight.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:37pm paula pc:

I swear I thought of sunshine when I heard this track
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:39pm Cheri Pi:

They remind me of the Nigerian Althea and Donna
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:39pm kat330:

@paula: Here are some nice sunflowers for you, courtesy of Sol not Van Gogh: http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/image/1207/AR1520_071112friedman.jpg
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:40pm northguineahills:

@Cheri Pi: That's an apt description!
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:41pm Matt from Springfield:

@Cheri: More of a light rock than reggae style, but they harmonize together well, much like A&D and in the same era.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:41pm DCE:

that guitar part definitely has a solar glow to it
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:42pm paula pc:

@kat330 -- OH! Thank you!!
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:42pm kat330:

  Tue. 7/17/12 4:43pm joe:

Weird The Wetlands has been rearing it's head an awful lot in my day to day life recently.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:45pm joe:

OH man do I miss CopShootCop
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:46pm Carmichael:

The Virgin Prunes were a great Irish band. Gavin Friday is still an alternative rock/punk idol.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:46pm Matt from Springfield:

Don't Gimme No LP, Child!
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:46pm Cecile:

rat at rat r were pretty good.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:47pm Cecile:

better than Live Skull, I think.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:47pm Cecile:

and then again, maybe I remember them as better than they were.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:47pm Chris from DC:

Saw Rat at Rat R long ago. Pretty cool. Can we say on a par with Live Skull ?
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:48pm Cecile:

sounds like Jello Biafra fronting MOfungo.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:48pm paula pc:

except that Live Skull had Thalia!
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:48pm Cecile:

  Tue. 7/17/12 4:49pm paula pc:

@ Chris and Cecile - both YES
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:49pm Martha:

RatAtRatR's bassist went on to be in the Thalia Zedek incarnation of Live Skull...
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:50pm Cecile:

Manilla Road! That is some hardcore obscuro power metal.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:51pm Martha:

The one that had the drummer from Ruin replacing James Lo
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:51pm Cecile:

now play Jag Panzer.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:51pm paula pc:

@ Martha -- yes, i forgot that Thalia Live Skull was later than most Rat at Rat R anyway
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:52pm Cecile:

I think I liked Mofungo best of all NY bands because I spent under $15 buckss for their entire discography!
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:52pm Cheri Pi:

Ooooh my x-mas gift to myself this year was Manilla Road's Crystal Logic LP-I had to order it from the UK and felt very special about it.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:52pm Cecile:

this is pretty great shit. Awesome, another obsession.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:53pm Cheri Pi:

it came with a giant poster!
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:53pm paula pc:

or something like that chronologically - work + this Manilla Road is warping my brain
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:53pm Cecile:

well, dude. that made it worthwhile right there.
Avatar Tue. 7/17/12 4:53pm BT:

Yay Manilla Road
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:54pm Cheri Pi:

America's best kept secret: http://cosmichearse.blogspot.com/2009/08/metal.html
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:57pm Martha:

@ppc I could go into the chronology better if my memories of Live Skull weren't completely overwhelmed by the image of GG Allin tackling Thalia on stage...
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:58pm paula pc:

"i haven't been rolled like that in a long time..."
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:58pm kat330:

What a fine show this was BT! My first listen of live music here, IIRC.
  Tue. 7/17/12 4:58pm WRECKEDUMB:

Dug that Manilla Road. It's a banger.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:00pm Cecile:

I'm serious about that Jag Panzer, dude.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:01pm kat330:

If I don't count the Marathon finale, that is.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:01pm Cheri Pi:

Play it dude, play the Jag Panzer.
Avatar Tue. 7/17/12 5:02pm BT:

Oh brother
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:03pm Cecile:

or some kind of obscure crazy butt-metal you found on a long-dormant MySpace site. That might work.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:04pm Joe B:

Lee track sounding awesome
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:04pm Cheri Pi:

Butt-Metal hahahahahahaahha.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:05pm Cheri Pi:

Play something from the "do not buy list."
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:05pm kat330:

@Joe B: Did you do the sound for Ranaldo live?
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:05pm Cecile:

  Tue. 7/17/12 5:07pm Joe B:

Kat, no, I wish I could make it sound that good! It was Juan Aboites doing that excellent job.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:07pm Matt from Springfield:

NOWHERE ELSE on the Internet! If Ryan's stuff was found ANYwhere else on the Internet---you'd BE THERE right now instead of here!!!!

All right, love the cassette pics you post. Tape Porn!!
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:08pm kat330:

@Joe B: Like I said, my virgin in-studio session at FMU. What a fine introduction! :)
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:08pm tim from champaign:

Not to change the subject but has anyone eaten at The Publican in Chicago? If so, how was it?
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:09pm Matt from Springfield:

Repulse--great Brythonica Rock!
(Brythonic = Welsh/Cornish/Breton Celtic)
Avatar Tue. 7/17/12 5:09pm BT:

Yeah Juan ruled on that, Lee helped the mix out after too and zipped it back. Shelley's drums and that room are quite the wedding....
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:13pm Matt from Springfield:

LOVED that Lee Ranaldo set! Now that I'm looking at that page I remember it (and that photo!) Perfect post-Marathon treat.

It was my virgin listening experience as well, at least my first live set engineered by Juan Aboites; I'm sold on him now!

And thank you Steve, Irwin, Alan, BT, and who could forget Juan Aboites! (Great engineer, he's new to me!)" :)
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:14pm kat330:

Sorry Tim. If it was even around back in '92 when I was living in Evanston, I never went there.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:19pm Matt from Springfield:

Nice Spectre Folk here.

Oh, and a much-belated howdy to listener kata, if you're still out there! :)
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:20pm kat330:

I was about to say there's another Kat -- Kat in Chicago -- who might help you, Tim, if she's around?
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:20pm tim from champaign:

kat - I think it's a newish foodie type joint. I looked at their menu and started drooling a bit so I was curious to hear a first hand testimonial.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:23pm kat330:

Can't recall the name, but there was an excellent restaurant on Main St. in Evanston -- maybe 3-4 blocks from the beach -- but the way restaurants disappear, probably not there anymore. Or completely different.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:26pm kat330:

Actually, may have found it! Closer to Chicago Ave than the lake:
505 Main Street
Evanston, IL 60202
(847) 864-3435
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:27pm Matt from Springfield:

Wins the award for spaciest, grooviest Buddhist supplication.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:28pm Cecile:

Only here would the Prostration to the 35 Buddhas be in heavy rotation. I like this alternate universe.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:28pm paula pc:

brian can you play this for the next 14 years straight
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:28pm Dave from Geese:

35 Buddhas!
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:28pm kat330:

I heard this haunting and lovely track on Liz' show yesterday.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:29pm paula pc:

well i guess not but this is mighty fine
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:30pm tim from champaign:

Kat - thanks for the tip! I'm heading up that way on Saturday.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:31pm Matt from Springfield:

Also tips for Chicago-area listeners: besides listener Kat in Chicago, look out for Aaron in Chicago, and Joe from Chicago. Trying to think of who else...BadGuyZero was just visiting Chicago, you could ask him.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:32pm kat330:

Caveat emptor: Been 20 years since I could vouch for it! :) Ah, I miss Lee Beach... and the museums...
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:32pm Matt from Springfield:

@Cecile "WFMU: the only thing 'alternative' about us, is our universe"
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:33pm Mike East:

@MfS - Are you forming a commenters directory?
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:33pm kata:

haven't ever been to chicago :) yet.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:34pm kat330:

Yeah, I was wondering the same thing, Mike. Who else has ever commented from the Louisville area, Matt?
Avatar Tue. 7/17/12 5:36pm BT:

I havent been to Chicago either. Road trip?
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:36pm northguineahills:

Oort Trio, as in the Oort Cloud, could have used another 15 minutes of that to cleanse the cobwebs in me noggin.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:36pm kat330:

[and don't say Philo Gristle / JT / Honey Water -- I already know about them ;) ]
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:37pm Cecile:

I could go back. Haven't been back except for 36 hours 2 yrs ago where a girlfriend took me on this crazy past trip to see Eddie Izzard at the United Center.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:37pm kat330:

@BT: You might want to wait until this heat wave and drought settles down.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:38pm kata:

I would like to check Chicago out, especially since my vegetarian days are over. Although I still will not eat steak. But sausages are good there, yes ?
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:39pm kat330:

Oh, yes, brats and beer! :)
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:39pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: Well, according to my records on listener's IP addresses, listener "Beezneez" once commented from a motel outside of Louisville... :)

Actually, it's as simple as a "site:wfmu.org" and keywords on Chicago. I already know of Kat and Aaron (and BGZ), but trying to sniff out more commenters living there.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:40pm kat330:

Heh! Probably a motel on this side of the river in Knob Knee. :)
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:40pm Matt from Springfield:

Hi kata :)
Many diff types of Chicago sausages.

(But no steak? All I'm saying is, the making of steak isn't as cringe-inducing as the making of sausages!)
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:45pm kata:

closest I've been is Milwaukee, discovered the greatest american beer ever made -- Lakefront White !

MFS: cows are so cute + past life as hindu
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:46pm tim from champaign:

Kata - look up Hot Dougs in Chicago for some sausages. In true northern midwestern style, you need to pronounce sausages as "sassages".
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:47pm kat330:

Is this "Everything I needed to know I learned in high school"?
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:48pm kat330:

Da brats, da beer, da Bears.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:48pm Mike East:

I could really go for a Chicago style hot dog right now.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:49pm Cecile:


  Tue. 7/17/12 5:49pm Matt from Springfield:

Did the people who put together the "Punk" TV album write this skit?
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:50pm Cliff:

  Tue. 7/17/12 5:50pm kat330:

These guys sound like they write comments on FMU.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:51pm kat330:

Just sayin'.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:51pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: Yeah, they...rock.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:52pm jmd:

  Tue. 7/17/12 5:52pm Cecile:

BT, you should totally play xskullgoblinx next week.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:53pm Rodney:

Guardian Alien . . . sounds like Liturgy . . . any relationship?
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:53pm Cecile:

are these guys related to the F'ing Champs?
Avatar Tue. 7/17/12 5:54pm BT:

Its Greg Fox's new band (Liturgy drummer)
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:55pm kat330:

Nah, dude, they *rawk*.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:55pm northguineahills:

Man, I miss the Fucking Champs, they ROCKED!!!
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:56pm kat330:

Never surf the web faster than your guardian geek can type.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:58pm Cecile:

well, later taters.
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:58pm kat330:

Bye, BT and listenerds! Have a great eve!
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:58pm dw:

Thanks, Brian!
  Tue. 7/17/12 5:58pm Matt from Springfield:

All right BT, show fucking *rawked*! YOU are a fucking champ!

Have a great evening everyone!
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