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Options December 4, 2012: Cosmic Vegetable

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
THE IN-THEME          0:00:00 ()
ENZO MINARELLI  Names of Cities as National Anthem   Options Fame  Pogus  2012  0:01:56 ()
VISNA MAHEDI ENSEMBLE  Arche   Options Unintentional Beauty  Lowlands  1998  0:03:34 ()
ENZO MINARELLI  The Grandeur of Genghis Khan   Options Fame  Pogus  2012  0:09:56 ()
OLLI KORTEKANGAS  Lumen Valo   Options V.A.: Toki!: New Male Voices [Polytech Choir, Tapani Lansio, director]  Ondine  1990  0:11:32 ()
JARMO SERMILA  Electrocomposition 1   Options V.A.: Finnish Electro-Acoustic Music  Fennica  1978  0:19:59 ()
ARTURO RUIZ DEL POZO  Lago de Totoras (1978)   Options V.A.: Tensions at the Vanguard: New Music from Peru (1948–1979)  Pogus  2012  0:32:06 ()
ALEJANDRO NUNEZ ALLAUCA  Gravitacion Humana (1971)   Options V.A.: Tensions at the Vanguard: New Music from Peru (1948–1979)  Pogus  2012  0:38:37 ()
ENRIQUE PINILLA  Prisma (1967)   Options V.A.: Tensions at the Vanguard: New Music from Peru (1948–1979)  Pogus  2012  0:52:27 ()
CESAR BOLANOS  Intensidad y Altura (1964)   Options V.A.: Tensions at the Vanguard: New Music from Peru (1948–1979)  Pogus  2012  0:57:55 ()
CESAR BOLANOS  Interpolaciones (1966)   Options Peruvian Electroacoustic & Experimental Music  Pogus  2009  1:05:57 ()
EDGAR VALCARCEL  Invencion (1967)   Options V.A.: Tensions at the Vanguard: New Music from Peru (1948–1979)  Pogus  2012  1:15:04 ()
WE ALL TOGETHER  Some People Never Know   Options We All Together  RE: Lazarus  1972  1:20:14 ()
LAGHONIA  The Sand Man   Options Glue  RE: Lazarus  1968  1:24:33 ()
PAX  Resurrection of the Sun   Options Dark Rose  RE: Lazarus  1970  1:27:59 ()
LOS HOLY'S  Spectro 1   Options Sueno Sicodelico  Sonoradio  1967  1:31:20 ()
THE BAROQUES  Mary Jane   Options The Baroques  Re: Distortions  1967  1:36:35 ()
THE FIFTH ORDER  A Thousand Devils (Are Chasin' Me)   Options 7"  Laurie  1967  1:39:23 ()
BUTTERFLY  Little Girl   Options Butterfly  RE: Repo Man  1968  1:41:33 ()
BEAUREGARD AJAX  Things Will Work Out Fine (1968)   Options Deaf Priscilla  Shadoks  2006  1:43:44 ()
CHETRO & CO.  Le Pietre Numerate   Options 7"  Parade  1968  1:46:27 ()
BEAUREGARD AJAX  Blue Violins (1968)   Options Deaf Priscilla  Shadoks  2006  1:49:01 ()
BLUES SECTION  Wolf at the Door   Options Blues Section  Love  1967  1:52:36 ()
THE BERETS  Our Father   Options Mass for Peace  Avant Garde  1970  1:56:57 ()
BLUEBYRD  In the Morning Light   Options Sweet Thoughts...  Bluebyrd  1975  2:02:31 ()
THE THIRD POWER  Lost in a Daydream   Options Believe  Vanguard  1970  2:05:53 ()
ELIZABETH  Fields of Home   Options Elizabeth  Vanguard  1968  2:08:22 ()
JODY GRIND  Vegetable Oblivion   Options Far Canal  RE: Akarma  1970  2:11:41 ()
JUICE LESKINEN & COITUS INT.  Imelakivi   Options Juice Leskinen & Coitus Int.  Love  1973  2:13:54 ()
BRAIN POLICE  Find Me a Moment   Options Brain Police (San Diego's Only Psychedelic Cops)  Re: Akarma  1968  2:17:03 ()
KLUBS  Indian Dreams (acoustic version) (196?)   Options Midnight Love Cycle  Tenth Planet  1999  2:20:07 ()
WEST COAST POP ART EXPERIMENTAL BAND  As the World Rises and Falls   Options A Child's Guide to Good & Evil  Reprise  1968  2:22:40 ()
THESE TRAILS  Psyche 1 + Share Your Water   Options These Trails  RE: Sinergia  1973  2:30:59 ()
ALBERGO INTERGALATTICO SPAZIALE  Live Pistoia   Options Albergo Intergalattico Spaziale  RE: Musicando  1978  2:36:33 ()
SHIDE & ACORN  Girl of the Cosmos   Options Under the Tree  RE: Acme  1971  2:44:34 ()
THOSE LOVELY HULA HANDS  Tarzan Apornas Apa/ Tarzan Gregah/ Jane Porter Sivistyksen Muurilla (1968)   Options V.A.: Psychedelic Phinland: Finnish Hippie & Underground Music, 1967–1974  Love  2006  2:50:06 ()
BLACK SABBATH  Wheels of Confusion / The Straightener   Options Vol. 4  Warner Bros.  1972  2:57:22 ()
THE OUT-THEME  Gelbart: My Favorite Vacation [part of] + Die Trip Computer Die: Airborn [part of]   Options       3:05:27 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 12/4/12 11:47am listener james from westwood:

still a blast to see that dog wagging its tail up there! howdy dddjjj666 and all!
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 11:56am tonyc:

Hiya James! No DDDJJJ666 today -- that's next week! Just little old me today...
  Tue. 12/4/12 11:57am listener james from westwood:

ah, that's what i get for proofreading since 5:00! the peepers need a break!
  Tue. 12/4/12 11:57am valkoinen kukkaruukku:

very nice song tony!
  Tue. 12/4/12 11:58am valkoinen kukkaruukku:

john cage?
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 11:58am tonyc:

But, yes, it is nice to see the wagging!
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 11:59am tonyc:

Hola valkoinen kukkaruukku. Credit goes to the GTDR robot for the track on now...
  Tue. 12/4/12 11:59am Doug S.:

This Arthur Doyle Electro-Acoustic Ensemble track normally lasts 22 minutes! We'll hafta get back to it, because here comes Tony C!
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:01pm valkoinen kukkaruukku:

jaja i didn't click "listen" yet poor me
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:03pm Brian in UK:

Hello Tony. Benawawa.
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 12:05pm tonyc:

Top o' the moaning to you, B in UK!
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:08pm Loren:

How do I listen? I get a .pls file when I click "listen."
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 12:09pm tonyc:

One hour of Peruvian experimental music and Peruvian psych is coming up after this set.
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:09pm PLEDGE PIN:

Howdy Tony and everyone!
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 12:09pm tonyc:

Loren: Not sure what problem you might be having. Sorry! Anyone have any ideas?

Howdy Pledge Pin!
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 12:10pm tonyc:

Loren: Did you try clicking the "here" link? That *should* work....
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:11pm Brian in UK:

Loren on the line with the date, click on the word here, not in the UK but on that word.
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:11pm Brian in UK:

Then click OPEN
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:12pm Loren:

"here" = .pls file. It may be my place of work. No problems with the flash player or archives. I can always listen later.
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:12pm PLEDGE PIN:

always been put off by South American psyche by once buying a Traffic Sound LP and discovering to my horror that it sounded just like the worst garage record you could hear.
What went wrong?
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 12:14pm tonyc:

You bought the wrong Traffic Sound record! Some of them are quite good....
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:14pm Loren:

Pledge - I really liked the Los Blops box set, a Chilean group. From fuzz to psych folk
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:16pm Loren:

Hey No worries... I'll download it later for my commute.
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:16pm Jeremy:

Hi Tony and WFMUniverse. I am leaf floating in the stream.
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:17pm PLEDGE PIN:

where were Traffic Sound from?
also was there a true prog scene there as some people say in Argentina?
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 12:19pm tonyc:

Hey Jeremy, you old leaf!
Pledge Pin: Traffic Sound were from Peru. The prog/psych scene in Peru probably wasn't as extensive as it was in Argentina, but I'm no expert.
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:20pm Doug S.:

Your work may have a firewall. When you double-click on the pls file, it should open in your iTunes or Winamp (or whatever music player you have on your machine.)
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:21pm Carmichael:

Hiya Tony. Is today's topic Spelling Bee rock?
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 12:21pm tonyc:

@ Pledge Pin: In any case, I'll mostly be playing Peruvian experimental music the next two sets, with just a smattering of psych for seasoning.
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:22pm Ike:

Howdy. I like this one a lot.
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 12:23pm tonyc:

Hey Carmichael! Today's topic is setlist mispronunciation....
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:23pm Carmichael:

Loren, do you have Quicktime player? I found it on my work computer embedded somewhere.
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 12:24pm tonyc:

Hey Ike! The full name of the piece is "Electrocomposition for Ike 1"....
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:29pm valkoinen kukkaruukku:

i have a compilation from Spanish Munster Records of Peruvian Underground, full of hits: Pina y sus estrellas "Los extraños" is really danceable.
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:31pm PLEDGE PIN:

Yeh Tony,
I always view that scene as basically pan pipe country with a few bands who tried to sound like the Beatles. Not aware at all that there was any true classy psyche, prog or experimental music in South America.
So I look forward to being educated by you today!
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:32pm valkoinen kukkaruukku:

Then Los Saicos "Demolicion" is a total garage hit (but maybe they are from Chile, i'm not sure) and, from Peru are punk band Narcosis "Sucio Policia" is a punk hit also ;)
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 12:34pm tonyc:

@ valkoinen kukkaruukku: Don't know those tracks -- thanks for the tip!

As for the pan pipe overload, I blame Simon & Garfunkel.
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:41pm Jeremy:

Los Saicos are great! Totally unhinged, esp considering it was 1965. They are on the Back To Peru garage comp and a 10" was also reissued.
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 12:43pm tonyc:

Talking of psych and such, the second half of today's show will veer off in that direction -- tho mostly north of the border.
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:47pm PLEDGE PIN:

Tony, the cd I bought of Traffic Sound‎ was – 68-69 by a slightly dodgy reissue label called Background. The CD contains the first two LPs recorded by the psychedelic Peruvian band. "A Bailar GoGo" was recorded in 1968 and "Virgin" in 1969 and done as a crappy sounding cd reissue in 1993 whne I decided to buy it.
The label put out other rare albums by bands like Ithaca but I think they were all bootlegs, unremastered etc.
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 12:49pm tonyc:

I've got a bunch of Background CDs myself. They didn't do a good job with the Ithica -- the more recent legitimate reissue (on Lion?) sounds much better.
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:51pm Jeremy:

This CD seems well worth Peru-sing.
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:52pm BSI:

bigtime approve. sounds. yes.
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 12:52pm tonyc:

@ Jeremy: Bingo!
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 12:53pm tonyc:

Hey BSI!!
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:54pm kat330:

Hi, Tony!

BSI: Working on your Yoda impersonation, are we? :)
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 12:55pm tonyc:

Hey Kat! Long time no read....
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:56pm Jeremy:

Does it seem that cultural influence is less obvious in early electronic music, perhaps because so much of it was produced by academic studios to engage with a smaller international community? Or because the nature of the technology inspires more universal concepts, experimentalism, futurism, etc?
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 12:56pm tonyc:

Long tome no read neither....
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:56pm BSI:

greetings greetings... late as usual but insanely happy in the ear-holes. ... and yo Kat!
  Tue. 12/4/12 12:57pm valkoinen kukkaruukku:

In the recent past, in Spain we used to consider South America as a poor, 3rd world continent. But actually during big part of the xx century they were much more developped culturally politically and economically. and psycodelically ;) funny
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 12:59pm tonyc:

@ Jeremy: I get what you're saying about the "international" aspect of early electronic music -- but I also think it was more personal sounding. These days a lot of electronic music really sounds the same because people are using the same software.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:00pm Ricardo Montalban:

I was relatively recently hipped to the incredibly rich and diverse array of avant garde music from Latin America, from Prog to New Wave, electroacoustic, etc. Much of it retains some traditional Latin American flavor, as well
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 1:01pm tonyc:

@ Jeremy: And to answer your either/or question: both!
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:02pm kat330:

Yeah, tony, October was a rough patch. Laying low, licking my wounds.

[sorry telephone interruption there]

So we hope Philo's suggestions aided your trip to Finland?
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 1:02pm tonyc:

Hey Ricardo! Guess you don't have to alter your name today!
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:02pm BSI:

This comp is devastating my corpuscles.
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 1:06pm tonyc:

@ Kat: Sorry to hear 'bout your wounds -- hope they've been licked clean! And, yes, Philo's tips did come in very handy -- many thanks!
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:09pm kat330:

Some have been. Others will leave a scar. But such is life, yes.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:12pm Jeremy:

Tony, you have a good point, electronic music really was more personal and unique before synthesizers even entered the picture and it was still trial and error with assorted components.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:13pm Jeremy:

Of course, technology is just a tool and will still reflect the personal in the right hands.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:16pm kat330:

@Jeremy: Speaking to that, Neil Young has discussed some bits of that (I'm only in the earliest pages of his new autobio), like a friend who would file down his guitar frets, build amps from various components. Those parts are an interesting read.
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 1:17pm tonyc:

@ Jeremy: True DAT (tape)!
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 1:19pm tonyc:

Here comes the Peruvian psych (they're tuning up now)....
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:20pm BSI:

I think of the experimental scene in the '80s -- not too long ago but before laptops, iPads, synth apps, etc.. and all the precious gear, infinite cables, fragile hand-soldered objects (it must have taken so much longer to set up for a gig, but the memory fades) --

I can sympathize with the ease of travel with the modern stuff, just a laptop, iPhone, bang-zoom, but it sure takes the "mad scientist" out of the equation...
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:21pm Uncle Michael:

Oooh...nice cover.
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 1:22pm tonyc:

Hey Michael! Of which cover do you speak?
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:23pm northguineahills:

Well, one can tell things are really over between me and my ex-fiance, as I'm cooking w/ real sopressata, not the veggie type, in our apt.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:24pm Uncle Michael:

Some People Never Know, Tony.
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 1:24pm tonyc:

Hey NGH! Your comment makes me happy and sad at the same time.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:24pm Jeremy:

@Kat: Did Neil mention the robot arms he built to turn the knobs on his amp so he wouldn't have to bypass them for his stage setup? Talk about a purist.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:25pm northguineahills:

Thanks, tony!
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:26pm Uncle Michael:

Hi Everyone. I've been listening since the beginning of the show (mostly) but just got sat down at work.
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 1:26pm tonyc:

@ Uncle Michael: Of course! Silly me -- for some reason I thought you were talking record jackets....
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:28pm Uncle Michael:

I can't say I think much of the Wild Life record jacket. I hope no one covers that cover.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:30pm kat330:

@Jeremy: Probably haven't gotten far enough into it for that. His writing is rather, um, S.O.C. He'll mention something as it comes to him. Apparently he had no editor on this. It shows.

But he did mention: "our old tube recording console known as the Green Board (I think it is the best soundboard ever).... "The Green Board is full of history. The Beach Boyhs' Pet Sounds and "Heroes and Villains," Cream's Disraeli Gears, the Monterey Pop...." etc.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:32pm listener james from westwood:

sopressata is one of the ingredients on a type of pizza made by new york's two boots pizza. sweet sausage, sopressat', and cheese, no sauce. they call it the "newman" pie (a la seinfeld). a-maaaazing. (not unlike this past 90 minutes of music!)
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:32pm Uncle Michael:

Kat, does he mention where the green board lived? I know someone that may have known that board a bit.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:33pm kat330:

Hey, ngh! [Something I forgot to add to my latest note: PLEASE read my track text for each you listen to? It might well explain something you're wondering about/critiquing. At the root site title.]
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 1:33pm tonyc:

@ Uncle Michael: Yes, those tartan pants are sort of horrifying. I had actually forgotten that "Some People Never Know" is a Wings song -- I should revisit the original.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:33pm kat330:

Boyhs' oh Boys....sigh.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:35pm kat330:

@UM: Um <g>, I think it is/was in his recording barn? Again, I'm only in the early pages, and he jumps around in chronology.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:35pm Uncle Michael:

I'm recovering from a period of Wings obsession. I like Wild Life but I've been majorly gripped by At the Speed of Sound and Venus and Mars.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:37pm northguineahills:

Will do kat!
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:37pm kat330:

"The Green Board is sitting twenty feet away here in Feelgood's (a car IIRC), looking like a museum piece." But I suppose that was at the time of writing.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:37pm Jeremy:

@Kat: I think Uncle M meant where Neil got the board from...might have been Western Studios in Hollywood, I know a lot of Pet Sounds was tracked there.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:37pm northguineahills:

In addition to a bike accident (happened later in the night after I got dumped, yes, alcohol was to blame)(haven't shaved in 2 months, waiting for the upper lip to heal), my landlord made me dismantle my garden for insurance purposes last month. Nice 1-2-3 punch there.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:40pm Uncle Michael:

@Jeremy, I was mainly curious about what locale Neil had it in service when he was regularly using it. My engineer/producer friend may have had contact with it. He built/rewired/customized (something) Bob Weir's board. He'd been a house engineer at Wally Heider's and worked with all that crowd in SF and Marin.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:40pm PLEDGE PIN:

oh dear Uncle Michael,
I think you are listening to the wrong show if you into them!
Used to have Band on the run myself and after a couple of plays, put the lp away for ever!
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:41pm Uncle Michael:

@ngh...ouch...that's the shits. :(
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:41pm Uncle Michael:

@PP...you're so, so wrong...about a variety of things.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:42pm kat330:

@Jeremy & UM: Ahh, maybe, but I put away the Kindle now. He mentioned David Briggs if that pinpoints better.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:42pm Jeremy:

@UM: That's what I get for being an eager music nerd! @NGH: Heal up soon!
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 1:43pm tonyc:

Dig the typewriter-ist!
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:43pm Jeremy:

Eno was listening...
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:43pm kat330:

@Tony: Yeah! Wondering what s/he is thinking when NOT tapping.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:43pm Uncle Michael:

@Jeremy...nae worries mate.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:44pm listener james from westwood:

ngh, that is horrific. better times hopefully are ahead!
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 1:44pm tonyc:

  Tue. 12/4/12 1:44pm listener james from westwood:

i approve of all music that uses antiquated office machinery as instruments.
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 1:44pm tonyc:

Yes, NGH -- heal up, in both senses.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:44pm PLEDGE PIN:

get back to Mull of Kintyre!
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:45pm Uncle Michael:

Get back, Jo-jo...
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:47pm Jeremy:

Gotta run, I'll have to catch the rest later! Peace all!
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:47pm kat330:

@James: After I wrote it, I realized I have this mental block: IS it "laying low" or should it have been "lying low"?
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:47pm PLEDGE PIN:

I have'nt done a song search but when was the last time you played a Wings track?
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:48pm kat330:

I'm really diggin' this Chetro & Co.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:48pm northguineahills:

Thanks everyone! </end sob story>
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 1:49pm tonyc:

@ Kat 330: Yes, it's a wonderful single. The only thing they ever released, unfortunately.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:52pm PLEDGE PIN:

the last Wings track played on WFMU was girls' school 7" by The Evan "Funk" Davies Show in Nov 2012!
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 1:54pm tonyc:

@ Pledge Pin: I've never played Wings and don't own any of their records or know them well at all -- but I'm perfectly wiling to believe there might be something there to like. Ya never know!
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:54pm Uncle Michael:

Girls' School is marvelous, fun, musical junk food.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:54pm kat330:

@Pledge Pin: I do not have the same worship as you do in FMU/GTDR DJs being the only, or even the best, purveyors of taste. I've heard disparaging comments about some artists I like a whole lot -- like Neil Young, Van Morrison and John Fogarty -- and I was "attacked" for making my own disparaging comments about Rod Stewart. Live and Let Live (not Live and Let Die). :)
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:55pm Uncle Michael:

Man does not live on good nutrition alone.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:55pm PLEDGE PIN:

don't waste your time, its just silly love songs!
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:56pm kat330:

@UM: OTOH, Miracle Nutrition goes a long way.
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:57pm Uncle Michael:

  Tue. 12/4/12 1:57pm PLEDGE PIN:

FO Kat,
Wings are worthy of critical panning!
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:57pm northguineahills:

I have plenty of Wings on vinyl... and I dig them a lot....
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:58pm kat330:

Just noticed there's a major "B" theme going on in this set (as in alphabet, not record side).
  Tue. 12/4/12 1:59pm kat330:

Real nice Pledge Pin. Didn't see anything in what I wrote to warrant your PP-ness. :|
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 2:00pm tonyc:

@ kat330: B-B-B-ut it was an accident, I swear.....

Man, I keep getting these messages about being "endorsed" on linked in -- what the?
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:02pm PLEDGE PIN:

yeh Kat,
don't compare crappy Wings to Neil Young, Van Morrison, and John Fogerty, their music has incredible depth compared to the ice thin, pop shlock of Wings.
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:04pm listener james from westwood:

@kat: i'd go with "lying low" and "lie low." to "lay low" usually means to strike down, so i'd use "laying low" for that sense.
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 2:05pm tonyc:

Hey, one man's wings is another man's wishbone ash, or something like that. No squablin'!!
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:05pm kat330:

I wasn't comparing groups. I was making a point about FMU DJs are not gods, and yet many seem to worship their opinions on all things related to music (and beyond). There are sheep on the playlists without tastes of their own is all I was saying.
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:05pm Uncle Michael:

I'm listening to a show where the host plays a song that's a cover of a song by another artist...and if I like the original artist, I must be listening to the wrong show?

It's inconceivable that a person might listen to lots of different music?

It's polite to tell people the music they like is junk?

It's not fantastical think what you think about other peoples' tastes matters?

Are you seventeen?
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:06pm kat330:

TU, James! I asked because I didn't think it seemed right after the fact.
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:08pm PLEDGE PIN:

UM - Give Ireland back to the Irish!
Kat, I think you should lye low for a while!
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 2:10pm tonyc:

@ Pledge Pin: Hey -- enough snippiness. You're harshing our mellow
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:10pm kat330:

Thanks, Tony.
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:11pm PLEDGE PIN:

sorry Tony,
one of those days in England!
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:11pm Uncle Michael:

It's cool Tony. I'll play with the mouse till I feel like napping in a sunbeam then turn it loose. It will most likely recover.
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 2:12pm tonyc:

@ Pledge Pin: No prob!
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:12pm Uncle Michael:

Twin-lead guitars woo my soul. This is nice.
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:12pm kat330:

Middle-school playground bullies should all have a separate playlist to themselves. I've a couple playmates to suggest for Pledge Pin.
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:13pm listener james from westwood:

kat, it's one of those things that seems like it ought to be one way, and sounds fine, but you figure there has to be a rule somewhere about it!
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:14pm Uncle Michael:

It's ok Kat. I'm unharmed. ;) If I feel bullied, I'll whine. I promise.
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 2:14pm tonyc:

@ kat330: No poking -- he apologized. Let's let sleeping wings lie.
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:17pm kat330:

S/he apologized to *you*. Still hasn't to me or anyone else. Guess I need Philo around to return to the lists safely.

Have a good one, all!
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 2:19pm tonyc:

@kat330: Oops -- now I've offended you! Sorry! Don't go...
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:20pm F.Z.:

"We all are wearing a uniform.'
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:21pm Uncle Michael:

Is that a regular poncho or is that a Sears poncho?
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:21pm northguineahills:

The only person's tastes in music I worship is my own. Wait, did that come off as narcissistic?
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 2:24pm tonyc:

Listeners don't want DJs with good taste, they want DJs who taste good.
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:25pm Uncle Meat:

A sears poncho under my 70's Camirillo brillo.
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:26pm Ricardo Montalban:

Did I miss something in the listener lounge?
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 2:27pm tonyc:

There was a fight over the last chicken wing....
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:28pm Ricardo Montalban:

@Tony C: I thought the same thing about all those LinkedIn endorsements, wondering if I was running for office, wondering if I was expected to reciprocate, or something, getting endorsements from people I don't even interact with professionally, etc.
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:28pm Uncle Michael:

We're all out of Wings now.
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:30pm Ricardo Montalban:

Re: Wing ding: good thing I missed it. No one reaches for the last wing as aggressively as me. It' ugly. Gimmee a plate of wings and I'm like a beer-fueled piranha.
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:31pm listener james from westwood:

i'd rather write a short blurb endorsing someone on linkedin than click on a skill. i think the personal testimony would count for more than just a merit-badge-like race.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 12/4/12 2:31pm Doug S.:

Just back from running errands...

Big carnivorous GTDR love to you and your upper lip.

Come back and take your rightful place in the commenter firmament!
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 2:33pm tonyc:

RE: Linked-in: The thing is, I'm really not even on Linked-in. I guess I joined one night in my sleep, but I've never done anything with my profile -- it has a life of its own.
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:35pm Ricardo Montalban:

@ james: I think you're right. I think the 'endorsement' thing has little meaning or value. It's like 'like' on Facebook, in fact, last time I visited LI, I was faced with a popup of sorts that I guess I was supposed to 'endorse' all these contact's skills, even some I barely had any real-life association with.
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:35pm northguineahills:

Thanks, Doug!
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:40pm listener james from westwood:

ricardo, it's probably their next effort to adapt other social media platforms' features to their site. recall they didn't used to have facebook/twitter-like status updates, and now they do. otoh, linkedin's been a help in tracking down expert sources and contacts for writing. so there's still some value there.
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:43pm Uncle Michael:

Hello Doug. Someone was picking on me. *sniff*
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:43pm Ricardo Montalban:

@James: yeah! It's weird! I've searched for things and have had it lead to a discussion on LI, so it is trying to be a media platform on its own. Kind of like how FB was just this thing students were using.
I keep thinking I need to pay attention to my LI profile, update it but then I rarely do. I don't know what it really does for me professionally. Probably just underscore how unemployable I am in real life.
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 2:45pm tonyc:

Why does it suddenly smell like coconut around here? Is that a sign of a spirit visitor?
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:47pm Ricardo Montalban:

Are you going to play Kid Creole next, or something?
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:48pm listener james from westwood:

i think it complements one's existing networking skill, rather than becoming a miracle gateway to networking ninja-hood. i'm a less enthusiastic networker than i ought to be, so i too tend to let it fall thru the cracks amid this and that. i'm sure they'd love to be the facebook of business and careers, with the exception that i think their stock is actually doing better than fb's. so the metaphor only goes so far.
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:48pm Uncle Michael:

Tony, do you ever smell toast?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 12/4/12 2:49pm Doug S.:

It's going to take several hours to screw my head back on after this great show from Tony. Hope it's firmly back in place in time for GIVE THE DRUMMER SOME, which comes up live here on the Drummer Stream at 6pm (ET). Immediately following GTDS, you'll hear Jesse Kaminsky live with KAMINSKY KAMOUTSKY, from 7-9pm. I will be live from Pittsburgh; Jesse, live from Providence, Rhode Island. After Tony's show from Portland, well that's quite enough P-ing on the radio...

In the meantime, please enjoy these fine but flawed humans as they endeavor to entertain you, coming up next on your 24-hour Give the Drummer Radio...

Big Blood
O.S. Africa Jazz Onema Pascal
Cozy Cole
David Thekwane
Atomic Jazz Band
Anyamele & His Okuato Band
The Impossibles
The Los Angeles Biltmore Trio
Netty dan Achmad Zaelani
K.S. Chitra
Grupo de Capoeira Pelourinho
Johnnie Ray
Jim Coleman
Lee Dorsey
Baby Boy Warren
Roosevelt Holts
The Inspirational Gospel Singers
Artee L. Philyaw
and more
and more
and eternally more...
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 2:49pm tonyc:

@ Ricardo: No -- but I really did get a whiff of coconut! Don't know where it came from.

@ Uncle Michael: Every morning. Peanut butter too.
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:51pm Ricardo Montalban:

Maybe due to the overwhelming exoticness of the upcoming highlights that Doug just posted.
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:51pm listener james from westwood:

i made bean burritos last night, so that's what i've got wafting around here!
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:52pm Uncle Michael:

Mornings with peanut buttah is safe.
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 2:52pm tonyc:

By the by, Thom Jones (DDDJJJ666) will be filling in for me next week. He'll be doing an all–gay music/musician special, or something like that. Don't miss it!
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:52pm listener james from westwood:

wow, that really had more meanings than i intended. didn't mean to be off-color!
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:53pm Ricardo Montalban:

It's nearly lunchtime here at the office, so the smell of either convenience store fried chicken or rancid bacon is wafting through the vents.
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 2:54pm tonyc:

I'll be running over today, so don't go away yet, all -- wanted to squeeze something in at the end.
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:54pm Ricardo Montalban:

Thom, he of the bins of terror. Oh my god. We're in for a treat.
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:55pm listener james from westwood:

hoo boy, nothing is worse in an office than burnt microwave popcorn. a lingering miasma.
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:56pm northguineahills:

Thanks again, tony, for the sounds!
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:57pm listener james from westwood:

loved loved loved this show, tony! much obliged for the fine tunes and the peruvian avant-sounds!
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 2:58pm tonyc:

You're welcome, NGH! And thanks, James! Thanks to everyone for listening -- see you in 2 weeks!
  Tue. 12/4/12 2:59pm Ricardo Montalban:

Thanks for a fun show, Tony! Always a pleasure. Looking forward to Thom's big gay show next week.
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 3:00pm tonyc:

Not just big gays -- gays of all sizes.
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 3:01pm tonyc:

Cheerio, everyone!
  Tue. 12/4/12 3:01pm PLEDGE PIN:

arrepentido Kat
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 12/4/12 3:02pm Doug S.:

Tonight's Give the Drummer Some plays nothing but music from Down Under, in deference to the fact that my wife is in Australia for two weeks. Psych, R8B, country, acid folk and a didgeridoos to haunt your dreams...
  Tue. 12/4/12 3:02pm listener james from westwood:

we'll have a gay old time! (yabba-dabba-do!)
  Tue. 12/4/12 3:03pm Ricardo Montalban:

Oh, I was referring to the size of the show, 3 hours being something of a juggernaut, youknowwottImean?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 12/4/12 3:03pm Dervish:

Avert your gays, Tony.
  Tue. 12/4/12 3:04pm PLEDGE PIN:

next week could be quite spunky!
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 3:06pm tonyc:

arrepentidoa, arrepentida (adjetivo): sorry; (Religión) repentant; reformed terrorist; be sorry about
Avatar Tue. 12/4/12 3:07pm tonyc:

Thank you, you reformed terrorist.

Ta, all!
  Tue. 12/4/12 3:08pm PLEDGE PIN:

oh thats what google said Sorry was in Peruvian Spanish but in English Kat I am very sorry for the bad language!
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