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Quiet countenance, courageous compass. Girlish charm and boyish good looks! Off-kilter pop punk-tuated with mixed media.

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Options September 6, 2012: Good, or Don't Be

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments New Approx. start time
Manitoba  Brandon   Options Start Breaking My Heart  Leaf  2001      0:00:00 ()
Crescent  Sleep Well   Options Collected Songs  Roomtone  1999      0:05:28 ()
John Cage  Two Pieces for Piano   Options Early Piano Music  ECM  2005      0:10:58 ()
The Rebel  Prove It   Options The Five Year Plan EP  Monofonus Press  2011      0:12:32 ()
Lorelle Meets the Obsolete   Waitin' for the Orange Sunshine   Options On Welfare  Captcha  2011  http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Lorelle_Meets_The_Obsolete/On_Welfare/003_Waitin_for_the_Orange_Sunshine    0:21:44 ()
Tip Top Planets  Wake   Options What Do you Want a Japanese To do Again? (V/A)  Vinyl Japan  1993      0:25:07 ()
Seapony  Outside   Options Falling  Hardly Art  2012  http://seapony.bandcamp.com/  *   0:26:54 ()
The Terminal Wasteband  Dial M for Monkey   Options Dial M for Monkey b/w Yom Kippur War  Black Velvet Fuckere  2012    *   0:30:19 ()
Dirty Mittens  The Dock   Options PDX Pop Now! 2009 (V/A)  PDX Pop Now!  2009      0:36:01 ()
Burnt Palms  Yours Not Mine   Options Burnt Palms  No Label  2012  http://burntpalms.bandcamp.com/  *   0:39:55 ()
God is My Co-Pilot  Su Vot² Esta Su Voz   Options Illusion of Secrecy  Dark Beloved Cloud  1993      0:42:07 ()
Lung Leg  Palmolive   Options in Spelunca (V/A)  Vesuvius  1995      0:43:05 ()
Deerhoof  Come See the Duck   Options Green Cosmos  Menlo Park  2005      0:44:07 ()
The Mint Chicks  Hot on Your Heels   Options PDX Pop Now! 2009 (V/A)  PDX Pop Now!  2009      0:45:16 ()
UV Race  Otta Control Kids   Options UV Race/Eddy Current Supression Ring Split 12"  Almost Ready  2012    *   0:47:20 ()
Starstruck  Bad Boy   Options in Spelunca (V/A)  Vesuvius  1995      0:49:15 ()
Detective  I'd Rather Run   Options Basket of Masks  No Label  2012    *   0:52:57 ()
Dew-Claw  Am I Crazy?   Options Licked  Geodisc  2007      0:55:52 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Movietone 
In a Marine Light   Options           0:58:51 ()
Furtips  Satellite Me Stein   Options Pitched Up Twinkle  AJAX  1993      1:07:09 ()
FWY!  Rio Hondo   Options Ventura EP  Burundi Cloud  2023?  http://fwymusic.bandcamp.com    1:10:16 ()
Vicki's Aunties  Le Xerox et l'Infini   Options Le Xerox et l'Infini  The Tapeworm  2009  over FWY!    1:20:11 ()
The Teleporters  Excerpt from the 30 Minute Cassette   Options 30 Minute Cassette  Savoury Days  2009      1:23:09 ()
Cheer  Street Wondering Memory Recall   Options Street Wondering Memory Recall  Apollolaan  2012    *   1:24:56 ()
Frank O'Hara  Ode to Joy, To Hell With It   Options Dial-a-Poem Poets: Biting the Tongue Off a Corpse  Giorno Poetry Systems  1972  over Cheer http://www.ubu.com/sound/dial.html    1:26:07 ()
John Cage  Excerpt from Silence   Options Dial-a-Poem Poets: Biting the Tongue Off a Corpse  Giorno Poetry Systems  1972  a bit over Jesus Bleibut Meine Freude http://www.ubu.com/sound/dial.html    1:30:52 ()
Unknown Performer  Jesus Bleibut Meine Freude   Options mystery  mystery  mystery  composed by Bach    1:32:24 ()
Drum Solo  Limelight   Options Pop Jingu, Vol. 1: A Japanese Pop Compilation  Sonorama  1997      1:40:38 ()
Holidays  Only in Dreams   Options Young Love  KIY  2012      1:44:26 ()
Extended Heads  Fast Food   Options Fast Food 7"  Tefat  2012    *   1:48:43 ()
Eddy Current Suppression Ring  I Don't Wanna Play No More   Options UV Race/Eddy Current Supression Ring Split 12"  Almost Ready  2012    *   1:51:58 ()
Country Teasers  I'm A New Person, Ma'am   Options Science Hat Artistic Cube Moral Nosebleed Empire  In the Red  2001      1:55:56 ()
Pavement  Harness Your Hopes   Options Brighten the Corners: Nicene Creedence Edition  Matador  2008      2:00:07 ()
The Garbage and the Flowers  Catnip   Options Catnip b/w Carousel  Twisted Village  1992      2:02:46 ()
Frosty  Get My Rocks Off   Options Drive-Thru Lover b/w Get My Rocks Off  Menlo Park  1997      2:08:04 ()
Hank Wood & The Hammerheads  It's Murder   Options Go Home!  Toxic State  2012    *   2:10:51 ()
Matmos  Tract for Valerie Solanas   Options Steam And Sequins For Larry Levan  Matador  2006      2:12:14 ()
Creepxotica  Enchanted Lagoon   Options Haunted Hula 7"  Dionysus  2012    *   2:17:23 ()
 
Deerhoof  Cast Off Crown   Options Friend Opportunity  Kill Rock Stars  2007      2:27:11 ()
Peatmos  D'Yer Wanna Dance With The Kids   Options Pop Jingu, Vol. 1: A Japanese Pop Compilation  Sonorama  1997      2:29:30 ()
Manxish Boys  Viva Kneivel   Options in Spelunca (V/A)  Vesuvius  1995      2:31:26 ()
Chris Cohen  Monad   Options Overgrown Path  Captured Tracks  2012    *   2:34:55 ()
Explode Into Colors  Paper (Hot Sax Version)   Options PDX Pop Now! 2009 (V/A)  PDX Pop Now!  2009      2:39:09 ()
Especially Good  Shucking   Options Something Cold (V/A)  Something Cold  2012    *   2:41:24 ()
Neil Campbell & Robert Horton  A4   Options Trojandropper  Zum  2012    *   2:46:41 ()
Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti  Mature Themes   Options Mature Themes  4AD  2012    *   2:50:01 ()
 


Listener comments!

  Thu. 9/6/12 9:03am duke:

Good Morning Faye
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:03am Children:

ear candyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:04am 12539:

I love that gif.
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:04am pierre:

The Gang's back, bonjour Faye !
Very nice animation GIF
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:06am DCE:

morning, happy Thursdays to everyone. I like that electric piano part in this. Reminds me of the opening licks to the Taxi theme
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:07am Cheri Pi:

Bonjour to Faye and all Faye's children.
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:08am maestroso:

Guten Tag Faye!
Avatar    Thu. 9/6/12 9:08am Faye:

ahh HELLO to all members my favorite gang of commenters!! glad you like the gif! just stream of consciousness...
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:09am fred von helsing:

waves of sound rolling in, gently lapping against the shores of the psyche
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:13am fred von helsing:

said psyche starts in turn to roll and sway in the sonic swell
Avatar    Thu. 9/6/12 9:16am Faye:

great narration, fred
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:18am other david:

Huzzah, tis Faye time! Good morning/afternoon folks

I feel just like that gif at the moment!
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:19am Chinchilla:

Good morning children! Hi Cheri Pi beautiful week its turning out to be right?
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:19am Chinchilla:

Good morning Faye, looking forward to the talk with Greg next week!
Avatar    Thu. 9/6/12 9:21am Faye:

morning david, Chinchilla! yes I am really looking forward to it too!
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:21am George of Troy:

Love this Rebel track, and the gif is keeping perfect time with it.
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:25am Brian in UK:

Good afternoon Faye. Three & Out Croc O Ball. Nice.
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:34am DCE:

not sure why I'd want to contact a monkey via phone, but I'm sure they had their reasons.
Avatar    Thu. 9/6/12 9:36am Faye:

haha Brian, that's a good name for it... George are you of Troy NY?! DCE enough reasons to write a song about it!
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:39am fred von helsing:

sounds a bit like Kate Nash eh
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:39am fred von helsing:

I really like KN's "underestimate the girl"
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:46am Chinchilla:

yeah! my favorite Deerhoof cut
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:49am BSI:

Present yet mysteriously unaccounted for.
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:50am DCE:

did I ever tell you about when I saw UV Race a couple years back? the one guy was in his tighty whities and the rest were pouring beer all over him. it was pretty neato.
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:50am Two listeners:

Thank you Faye for your great selections week after week, bringing a little more rhythm and melody to WFMU! Not that we don't love noise, chaos (and absurdity) - but sometimes it's nice for the station to swing back a bit in the other direction (with shows like yours, Liz, etc.); a good balance across the schedule is ideal (in our humble opinion)...
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:51am stereotypical slum dad:

"I can't account on yous for nuttin!"
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:55am DCE:

it's high time for chai time for this old feller.
  Thu. 9/6/12 9:57am KP:

Good morning Faye. Sounds great already.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:02am dc p@:

here but not able to listen at the moment.....feck.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:03am Cheri Pi:

Palmolive from the Raincoats!
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:05am Cheri Pi:

She was the drummer for the Slits & the Raincoats.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:06am KP:

What's good for waking up?
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:06am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

@Cheri Pi: You're soaking in it. :D
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:07am Robert:

Palmolive soap is called that because it used palm & olive oils. I doubt they're using olive oil in it today (maybe just a smidge to justify continuing ownershp of the trademark, like the coca & cola in Coca-Cola), but continue to use the trademark. They seem to be promoting it these days in the USA for the dish detergents only, but they still make cake soap and have branched into shampoos, liquid body washes, and bath foams in some countries by that name.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:09am DCE:

I see.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:12am listener mark:

Good morning Faye! Good morning children! Good morning Thursday!
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:12am Robert:

Showing my age...I still call tend to call them cakes of soap rather than bars. I checked the Google Ngram on that, interesting how over time "bar" susperseded "cake" as the word for soap, a little later in England than North America. Now that we get goods labeled for Quebec here in NY, I see the French word for it is "pain" -- bread, as in loaf.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:15am fred von helsing:

Age and soap... my grandma bought Ivory in the big bars that you broke in half, in the ornate olden-style blue and white wrapper. At some point she was also making her own soap and my mom said it would just about take your skin off.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:16am DCE:

love this dreamy-scape
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:17am listener mark:

The original factory for Palmolive was on Dutch Street. For two points and a Baby Ruth bar, where is Dutch Street. No googling!
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:17am Robert:

Grandma? Making me feel old. My sister & I used to get a bar apiece in the bathtub from that "twin cake".
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:19am maestroso:

Yes, this FWY is a nice moody track.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:20am Robert:

Guessing Dutch St. was in Jersey City.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:22am DCE:

somebody just showed up with several dozen boutique cupcakes, for no apparent reason, and the office is abuzz.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:23am other david:

re fwy: fwiw imho agreed maestro
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:23am DCE:

nice things happen sometimes
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:23am Robert:

Actually Donna & I usually just shared a single cake. The twin cake of Ivory, however, continued to be sold into the 1980s. I saved one in the hope it'll be a collector's item, along with a 6 pack of Powerhouse malt liquor cans.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:24am 12539:

Is this Vicki's aunties?
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:24am βrian:

Boutique cupcakes, boutique doughnut holes. Which do you prefer?
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:25am (-_-):

Jean Baudrillard 'Le Xerox et l'Infini'
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:25am other david:

Vicki's Aunties would be a great band name
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:25am Neg-guh-tor:

Vicki's aunties.
Avatar    Thu. 9/6/12 10:25am Faye:

it is vicki's aunties!! & there you have it
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:26am listener mark:

Dutch Street is only one block long between Fulton Street and John Street in lower Manhattan. So many times, I was lost in that area, trying to deliver documents.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:26am DCE:

recalling some Meddle-era Floyd here...
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:27am Robert:

Daddy & I used to play tic-tac-toe on Donna's back via dermatographia in the bathtub. No, Daddy was not in the tub, but he being a physician wanted to show me that trick.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:30am Brian in UK:

Legend days are over.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:30am Robert:

As to our own Grandma, she used Camay at her house. Camay, with more coconut soap, is stronger than Ivory in terms of detergency, but they rarely advertise it for its grease cutting.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:33am Cheri Pi:

We have a local band in Cincy called Soapland. Cincy is known as being a soap town due to Procter & Gamble's long dominion. (i use Dr. Bonner's lavender)
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:33am Marmalade Kitty:

Hello Faye!
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:33am βrian:

"All-One-God-Faith"
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:33am BDR:

O'Hara! Thanks MUCH!
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:34am Sometimes Jasmine:

Gorgeous mixes Faye, like what you're doing there. uh huh.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:34am Brian in UK:

Cadum for Madam. (ring any bells)
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:35am ~L:

Today's music history lesson: From WikiP:" Paloma Romero was born in Southern Spain into a family of nine children and shared a room in their family's apartment with her four sisters.[1] She attended Catholic school, but by age 13 had grown bored and begun to challenge authority. She moved to Madrid and found that she was still unhappy with life in Spain. In 1972 Romero moved to London, England. In West London she lived in squats with different groups of hippies.
While living in London, Romero moved into a flat with her boyfriend John Graham Mellor (then nicknamed "Woody") whom she dated for two years. At this time punk was exploding in London, Mellor had just joined The Clash and changed his name to Joe Strummer. When Romero met Clash bassist Paul Simonon, he asked what her name was. Unable to easily pronounce "Paloma", Simonon wise-cracked, "Palmolive?" Finding this amusing, Romero decided to adopt Palmolive as her stage name."
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:35am Robert:

Of course Daddy or Mother was also there just to supervise the bath. Being vaguely phobic of the water, when we got older I used to contrive reasons for either of them to come in the bathroom while we kids, or at least I, was in the tub.

Actually I bought two 6s of Powerhouse, draining only one pack for the cans.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:36am 12539:

"BleibEt..."

(great mix)
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:38am Robert:

Almost as long as Procter, Jergens has been making soap in Cincy too. P&G now no longer owns the soapmaking plant, contracting it to a local co. they sold Ivorydale to.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:39am maestroso:

Well played Bach. Beautiful.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:39am Robert:

In fact, P&G is now trying to outsource as much as they can from the American operation.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:40am other david:

I like my Bach served slow so you can savour every note - Rosalyn Tureck probably my favourite
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:41am fred von helsing:

Jean B is da bomb
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:43am fred von helsing:

"Detergency" sounds like a frantic female fronted punk band about putting an end to housewifery
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:44am listener mark:

What is happening in Broadcast Studio A? Keep an eye on those turntables. They sit there with their smug attitudes. I don't trust them.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:45am DCE:

haha, very good, fred von helsing!
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:45am Robert:

Paloma is also the Mexican word for the triangle salute, a powerful firecracker made of folded paper rather than a tube or cube (kubisches kanonenschlagen) or round bomb (maroon). It's called a paloma because the isoceles right triangle method of folding tends to leave a birdlike shape. Americans using the isoceles right triangle method wind up with an American flag fold instead. I use the equilateral triangle method, which is easier to fold but tends to allow powder to leak at the corners if you don't tape them well.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:47am Robert:

Well, fred, remember "Leader of the Laundromat" by The Detergents?
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:50am Robert:

Anyway, palomas speak of hand mfg., while for mass prod'n it's faster to fill a bunch of machine-rolled tubes with powder. Palomas also tend to use an organic powder as fuel such as sodium salicylate (the basis of whistle mix) rather than the more powerful but expensive pyro aluminum.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:53am Cheri Pi:

I heart Eddy Current Suppression Ring <3
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:54am other david:

@listener mark: I bet it was Ken looking for chocolate tampons
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:54am Brian in UK:

@ maestroso & other david try this for size from last Sundays Prom concert at the Royal Albert Hall. Belter. Hope you can pick it up. Click on Listen Now. After Faye's show ofcourse.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01mdgsy
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:55am tim from champaign:

A local Mexican restaurant serves Palomas - lemon jarrito with vodka. Very refreshing.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:55am other david:

@Brian: sweet - thanks! Able to get all the Beebs radio programs here on-line thankfully, will check it out after Faye
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:55am listener mark:

This is fun.
  Thu. 9/6/12 10:57am maestroso:

Thanks Brian in UK! I'll certainly give this a listen.
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:03am grubbus:

fingers snapping, butt shakin, Pavement luvin, sanp, snap, snap
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:05am fred von helsing:

oh SNAP :-D
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:06am fred von helsing:

@robert nope, ya got me on that one! shall check it out
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:11am Cheri Pi:

hahahaha. Frosty you funny.
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:13am Carmichael:

Hey Faye, Hiya peoples.
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:14am Robert:

Probably showing my age again with the Detergents reference, fred. Ah, you youngsters, so fresh & un-jaded.
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:16am fred von helsing:

Is this one by Detergency ? :-P
Avatar    Thu. 9/6/12 11:17am Faye:

I am really going to have to record under the name Detergency
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:19am Carmichael:

I was just speaking of the Detergents last week on Irwin's board, as he was playing the Cuff Links' song Tracy.
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:20am doctor nod:

Space pop!

( ~ _ ~ )
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:20am Rev. Baz:

Love this set. Keeping me from getting bored at a menial deskjob, so I appreciate it so much. <3
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:21am fred von helsing:

I am seeing drunken women sashaying back and forth as the men sip martinis
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:23am fred von helsing:

(W)hee (F)aye's (M)ultimedia (U)topia
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:32am dc p@:

fudge. just missed Deerhoof at Black Cat last night...
Avatar    Thu. 9/6/12 11:33am Faye:

fred I love it!!
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:33am fred von helsing:

you owe me a beer ;-)
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:34am dc p@:

did somebody up there say "sanp" while I was gone? New word?
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:37am listener mark:

Thank you Faye. I learned something today. How Palmolive got her name, how to make mexican fire crackers, and mixing lemon jarrito with vodka. The music is splendid.
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:38am fred von helsing:

"Mint Chicks" wow my new favorite ice cream flavor
Avatar    Thu. 9/6/12 11:39am Faye:

mark, I'm really impressed with how scholarly you all are today
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:40am h.cameron:

great gif, Faye!
Avatar    Thu. 9/6/12 11:41am Faye:

hey h.cameron! thanks :)
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:42am dc p@:

I missed all the scholarly conversations but just let me say I preferred Palmolive to Budgie or whatever her replacement's name was in the Slits.
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:44am Cheri Pi:

I support DC P's opinion on that matter as well.
Avatar    Thu. 9/6/12 11:45am Faye:

wasn't he in siouxsie & the banshees too?!
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:47am dc p@:

who Budgie? I don't know......huh, yeah I guess so.
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:48am dc p@:

wasn't Sid Vicious the first Banshees drummer?
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:50am dc p@:

that appears to be correct as well...
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:50am dc p@:

funny how you have all these little bits of information sitting around in your head just waiting to be rediscovered..
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:52am BSI:

Enthusiastically approve of that there bubbly drone thing. I will now play it over again in the creepy recesses of my brain.
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:53am h.cameron:

This is perfect right now! Am I allowed to say stuff like that?
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:54am 12539:

Thanks Faye.
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:55am other david:

Awesome as ever - thanks Faye!
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:56am maestroso:

Yikes! It's almost over!
  Thu. 9/6/12 11:59am maestroso:

Awesome show Faye!
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