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Options February 27, 2013: Nick Brooke interview: Border Towns

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Lee Morgan  Yes I Can, No You Can't (edit)   Options The Gigolo  0:00:00 ()
Jenny O.  Come Get Me   Options Automechanic  0:03:25 ()
Tame Impala  Feels Like We Only Go Backwards   Options Lonerism  0:07:38 ()
Osaka Popstar  Super Hero   Options Super Hero  0:10:30 ()
 
Mahogany Rush  Child of the Novelty   Options Child of the Novelty  0:17:01 ()
Pete Galub  Plead the 5th Dimension   Options Candy Tears  0:20:37 ()
 
Professor Elemental  Animal Ice Cream   Options Father of Invention  0:28:09 ()
Bow Wow Wow  Go Wild in the Country   Options Love, Peace, & Harmony The Best of Bow Wow Wow  0:30:11 ()
Liz Toonkel  VIP   Options LA is the Pits  0:32:51 ()
The Ruts  Demolition Dancing   Options The Crack/Grin and Bear It  0:36:15 ()
Eagles of Death Metal  Wannabe in LA   Options Heart On  0:38:51 ()
King Louie  Tiny Bubbles   Options Live at the Campbell House  0:41:08 ()
Cults Percussion Ensemble  Surrey with the Fringe on Top   Options Cults Percussion Ensemble  0:43:38 ()
 
Grahame Steinberg  Carmen Are You Sleeping   Options Grahame Steinberg  0:50:18 ()
Edmond Hall  Celestinal Express   Options Profoundly Blue  0:53:57 ()
Johnny Cash  The One on the Right is on the Left   Options The Essential Johnny Cash  0:57:39 ()
 
NICK BROOKE interview  BORDER TOWNS   Options recorded Feb. 14, 2013  1:04:19 ()
Nick Brooke  Ocean Grove   Options Border Towns  1:06:56 ()
Nick Brooke  interview seg 1   Options more info: nbrooke.com  1:11:19 ()
Nick Brooke  Tombstone / Heart Butte   Options Border Towns  1:23:46 ()
Nick Brooke  interview seg 2   Options more info: nbrooke.com  1:32:49 ()
Nick Brooke  Ponemah   Options Border Towns  1:40:07 ()
Nick Brooke  interview seg 3   Options more info: nbrooke.com  1:42:35 ()
Nick Brooke  Columbus   Options Border Towns  1:47:48 ()
 
Mike Marshall and Chris Thile  Shamrock Shore   Options Into the Cauldron  1:55:14 ()
Dani House  Dial Tones   Options Sorry Polecat  1:58:05 ()
Beat Circus  Gyp the Blood   Options Dreamland  2:01:21 ()
Dotsy Dot  Feeling Good (Nina Simone cover)   Options Dotsy Dot  2:03:57 ()
Harry Nilsson  Mr. Richland's Favorite Song/One   Options At the BBC  2:07:44 ()
Stars  Romantic Comedy   Options Heart  2:10:59 ()
 
The View  In a Strange Land   Options 7" single  2:21:07 ()
We Hunt Buffalo  The Hitchhiker   Options We Hunt Buffalo  2:24:34 ()
Cool It Reba  Brigitte Bardot Said No   Options Live at CBGB's 2/19/1982  2:27:16 ()
Rufus Harley  Scotch & Soul   Options The Pied Piper of Jazz  2:31:33 ()
Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers  Noise in the Attic   Options Like Someone in Love  2:36:34 ()
Allen Clapp & His Orchestra  Something Strange Happens   Options One Hundred Percent Chance of Rain  2:44:23 ()
Christian Cummings  Sky Gazer Song   Options Slavebation  2:48:32 ()
John Morton  Outlier   Options New Music for Music Boxes  2:53:38 ()
Amor de Días  Under the Glass   Options The House at Sea  2:57:14 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:00pm rrg:

Arf Noon!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:00pm rrg:

Irwin was actually a little early today.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:05pm G:

Yes, we are here :-) Sean Daily, I mean rrg, just makes us all look lethargic...
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:06pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

LeeMorganMania - !
Frank Zappa - "Jazz isn't dead. It just smells funny."
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:06pm rrg:

All right, all right. I'll get this Jenny O. album. You've convinced me.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:07pm Matt from Springfield:

That Mr. Daily!
Jenny-O-Mania, too!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:07pm Matt from Springfield:

We're only going backwards, listening to this Tame Impala track over and over.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:09pm Caryn:

Man, the rhythm of this Tame Impala is quite hypnotic... Never noticed before.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:10pm rrg:

Is this the song that those kids sang?

I forget.
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:10pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

...On the outside chance that Posting the Stream Address for somewhere else isn't the greatest gauchest faux paux there could be :
- Radio Free Americana :
http://sc9.shoutcaststreaming.us:9526/
...& if it in fact is
- I got first dibbs - !...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:10pm Matt from Springfield:

"I connected with Thomas by telephone in April 2012. He began the conversations with a plea for help, saying he was living with a demon inside him, a second personality he called “Erwin.” He wanted to learn how to control Erwin, how to stop the badness.

Erwin, he said, was the rapist. Aaron, he said, was a good person, a family man, someone who helped the elderly and had love for everyone.

“Erwin would show up, and things would happen in the middle of the night,” Thomas said. “He only comes around when I’m lonely.”"
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:11pm Matt from Springfield:

Irwin: Stopping The Badness Since 1975.
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:11pm Barb:

Irwin is master of the Earworm - I've had Jenny O. and Tame Impala in my head since last week's show!
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:12pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

...Okay, Matt. You win.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:12pm Matt from Springfield:

@rrg: Yes, it is the one the Brooklyn kids choir sang.
@Barb: "Master of Earworms he's pulling your...um, ears?"
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:12pm Caryn:

That stream address reminds me, anyone hear that Samuel L. Jackson version of the Taylor Swift song?
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:13pm steve:

i love that Tam Impala song but fear how long it will be before it gets licensed and we hear it in a car commercial...
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:14pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20120411-why-do-songs-stick-in-our-heads
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:15pm rrg:

There's a waiting room?
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:16pm Matt from Springfield:

New Jersey Voter Initiative #5238-13-B: "Does DJ Duane rock a lot?", has passed 100% in favor, with 2 votes.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:16pm hamburger:

nice Ken #Burns! :o)
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:16pm Sam:

Ken prefers to annoy rather than rock
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:16pm G:

Ken must feel an affinity??
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:17pm Matt from Springfield:

@rrg: There's the Green Room. It's yours for a year for only $180!
www.flickr.com...
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:17pm Sam:

I agree, Duane rocks 100%
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:18pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

...Does he deliver the Taylor Swift w/ the Evangelical Conviction of his Pulp Fiction lines - ?!?
- Mahogany Rush- !
...Saw him in Boston few years ago - & it was KEWL people - !
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:18pm Sugarfly Waterloo:

I think I'll be aiming for an animated icon this marathon.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:18pm Matt from Springfield:

Nice Mahogany Rush!

@Caryn: I haven't--where did SLJ sing it, at an awards show, as a novelty MP3?
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:18pm AnAnonymousParty:

Yay! Frank Marino!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:19pm steve:

if we're still counting i also would vote in favor of "Duane rocks"
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:20pm rrg:

Mahogany Rush? Now that's a phrase I haven't heard in a long time.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:21pm Caryn:

@RRN63 & Matt: on another radio station, which is why I am resisting posting the link.
Ah, what the hell: ondemandpopout.musicradio.com...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:23pm rrg:

RRN63 turns 50 this year. I'm guessing.
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:24pm Marc:

So Irwin, are you saying that Ken only plays music sung by Republicans?
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:24pm Andy in Tucson:

This sounds like Ray Davies.
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:24pm Andy in Tucson:

This sounds like Ray Davies.
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:25pm Andy in Tucson:

Or R Hitchcock.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:25pm Sugarfly Waterloo:

that Mahogany Rush had a bit of Hendrix vibe to it.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:26pm rrg:

New talkover music?
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:26pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

OhYahs Caryn!: This's gonna be GOOD...
- It doesn't seem FMU stylee to get all Big Brother about the existence of other stuff out there - but I'm still pretty new here & not up to the Urban Etiquette of the Regal Jersyites 'n' stuff like that...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:27pm rrg:

Edited, well...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:28pm G:

Yeah, as in the comments are *not* edited.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:28pm Matt from Springfield:

The PROF - is - the BOF!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:28pm rrg:

Ice cream and tea would be even better.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:29pm Caryn:

@RRN63: I will also cover my tuchus by now stating that I believe everything else on that radio station is probably total crap, but as I never listen to them, but to WFMU, I wouldn't know.
There, that should be better.
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:29pm common:

love the professor
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:29pm G:

Cornetto, there's a word I haven't heard since I lived in the UK.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:29pm Matt from Springfield:

Too much ice cream+tea can produce calcium oxide kidneystones. I remember that from an "ER" many years ago. To date, not sure how true that is...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:29pm Caryn:

Yay, the prof is back!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:30pm Matt from Springfield:

Yummy! I'll have a chocolate labrador, Professor!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:30pm rrg:

I'll risk it.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:31pm Jennique:

I bought tickets to see Bow Wow Wow live this weekend in Brooklyn, only to later find out that Annabella will NOT be singing. I mean, what is the POINT? Feel cheated.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:31pm Droll:

. o O ( I love a delicious double-scoop cone of horsemeat and salted caramel ice cream! )
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:32pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

...@ rrg: Hmmm - the Force is strong w/ this one...
@ Sugarfly: If ya can find the infamous Lester Bangs thang about Mahogany Rush - ya should...altho' he's sorta wrong & Frank Marino is great go see him - ! Bangs *trashed* MC5 in his first article too - so go figure...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:32pm Caryn:

I'll have a 99, prof! Just because I didn't have one while in the UK. (In reality, a banoffee ice cream would be better.)
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:33pm Matt from Springfield:

Salty sticky horsey!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:34pm Matt from Springfield:

@Caryn: Interesting! In the US that would prob be like a Dulce de Leche/Toffee combo, something Ben & Jerry would make.
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:35pm Listening Out There:

...typo in the playlist? Should it be "Liz Tunekill"?
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:35pm Matt from Springfield:

Avant-garde lyrics and super lo-fi electronica! Woohoo!
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:35pm Listening Out There:

...nonetheless, I haven't heard anything else like it so far today...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:36pm Caryn:

@Matt: yep, it's just an ice cream equivalent of banoffee pie. Every chain has their own version of it. My time in the UK was very coloured by Ben & Jerry's and banoffee pie ice cream.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:36pm Michael:

Howdy Irwin and howdy fellow listeners.
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:37pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

Kidney Stones are worth avoiding.
*Trust me on this.* (...I am saying something of significance. You heard her.)
...Like giving birth to rocks thru the tube twixt yer kideny & bladder.
- *Esp. great* if you have *no freaking idea* what's happening yet...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:37pm Caryn:

Woohoo, the Ruts!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:37pm Matt from Springfield:

@Caryn: Oooh! A 99 Flake, just heard of that, so I certainly will get one next time I'm in the UK!
en.wikipedia.org...

And hey - they have a "Monkey's Blood" variant! Perfect for the Prof!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:38pm G:

I see Michael's icon found Prof Elemental's pimped out van.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:39pm rrg:

Stereo!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:42pm Sem Chumbo:

King Louie, Ho!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:42pm Matt from Springfield:

King Louie's a nice crooner! And is there an INSTRO version of that backing track?!! PERFECT for bed music!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:43pm northguineahills:

Don Ho not good enough?
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:44pm rrg:

Oh, THIS I have to hear...
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:45pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

...No 'irony' in 'Surrey w/ the Fringe on Top' - ohhh nooo...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:45pm rrg:

Chicks and ducks and geese.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:45pm Matt from Springfield:

Oh dear Lord, now this CPE! This would make PERFECT bed music as is! I'm suffering from choice bed music paralysis!!!! Yeah!!!!!!!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:46pm rrg:

Hey, I like this stuff. Don't you?
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:46pm Matt from Springfield:

YES! And now the classic "Tropical" bed! Love this one!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:47pm rrg:

Looks fine to me.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:47pm G:

Well, isn't that special :)
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:48pm Caryn:

@Matt: As I am neither a fan of the Flake (give me a Mint Aero any day) or soft-serve ice cream, I resisted it, but I kinda feel like it's such a cultural icon, I should have it one day (like how I felt I had to order a corned beef on rye once when in NY). Heck, my love of KLF alone makes me feel like I should have one one day.
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:48pm Listening Out There:

...S'not much that Irwin knows about Liz T, eh?
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:49pm rrg:

If we never say "91.1" on-air anymore, why do we have to say "91.9" for Rockland County?
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:50pm rrg:

If I couldn't describe something, then I'd stumble through the interview too.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:51pm Caryn:

@rrg: because it's still so new? Because they're really sensitive over there? Who knows.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:51pm Matt from Springfield:

Another fine one from Steinberg, Inc.!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:53pm Caryn:

Steinberg wrote this after his initial songs: "Where in the world is Carmen?" and "Oh, there you are, Carmen". He then followed this with "Sorry to wake you up, Carmen" and "Stop hitting me, Carmen!"
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:53pm Matt from Springfield:

@rrg: Because it's merely a repeater, the letters are something like W2XWP or something like that. I don't think we're required to announce those repeaters of other stations in FCC rules, but FMU probably does that to acknowledge our audience in Rockland County.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:54pm Matt from Springfield:

Caryn, Don't Worry (repeat riff ad nauseum)
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:55pm Listening Out There:

...fun program thus far. I'm enjoying it...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:56pm Droll:

It's W220DQ New City, but as you note, as a MFU translator it's not required in the Legal Incantation. I think they just want to give fair warning to all the new victims. I mean fans -- New City fans.
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:57pm Alison Porchnik:

This is really nice reading-when-I-should-be-working four-o'clock-slump music. Please, sir, may we have another? (after the interview, of course).
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Poor guy in the rear, he's getting drafted.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:59pm G:

My grandmother bought this 45 for us kids when it came out. What she thought we were going to get out of it about politics I can't imagine. :)
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 3:59pm Alison Porchnik:

frigging hippies, squares, and centrist freaks, all of em.
  Wed. 2/27/13 3:59pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

..She plucked a banana outta her headress & gave it to him good
...then he told her Marilyn Monroe did a better job of 'Having a Heat Wave'
- & it was all over...
- Saw some thing someone was trying to get all Higbrow on Zappa - & he pointed out that 'Carmen' is all about a bigtime whore...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:00pm Matt from Springfield:

"Warning, you're listening to a WFMU station!"

W-Two Twenty-Dairy Queen, 91.9.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:00pm G:

OK, she was married to a federal administrative law judge, that must explain it.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:02pm Matt from Springfield:

@G: It has a fun beat, chorus endings reminiscent of "talking blues", involves violence and a lesson on manners. The political "positions" would be too opaque, but I think it's a folk song suitable for kids.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:02pm Alison Porchnik:

Thanks, Irwin!
  Wed. 2/27/13 4:02pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

Will no one play 'Chicken in Black' by Cash?
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:04pm G:

She also got us "I Got Swallowed By a Boa Constrictor and I Don't Like Snakes One Bit." Any insight there?
  Wed. 2/27/13 4:05pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

...Born in the (Todd Browning) USA....
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:06pm Matt from Springfield:

Warning, you're listening to Nick Brooke!
Good afternoon from WFMU! >:)
Avatar Wed. 2/27/13 4:07pm Clark Barr:

There is nothing wrong with your radio. Irwin is controlling transmission.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:08pm Matt from Springfield:

@G: It would suggest she was a supporter of children's music, which was mainly that silly sort of folk at that time. Woody Guthrie is said to be the first to release an album of children's music, and as Bob Dylan points out, Leadbelly is one of the very few ex-cons to go on to release a successful children's album.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:08pm rrg:

And the horizontal and the vertical. And the Indian-head test pattern.
  Wed. 2/27/13 4:09pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

@ mention of Freakshows (gabba gabba) :
- Anybody know the book 'The Monster Show' by David J. Skal - ?
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:11pm Droll:

rrg, Yeah, I think that's the point: no matter where you set the dial or adjust the knobs, you receive all the messages (but not completely, and in no particular order). I like the collage.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:12pm Matt from Springfield:

Yep, Nick Brooke now officially exists.
en.wikipedia.org...
But, no photo! Someone find one!
  Wed. 2/27/13 4:13pm Gamelan Listener:

Sigh, I give up...
  Wed. 2/27/13 4:16pm paula pc:

I needed this today...thank you both...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:16pm rrg:

Hey, Irwin really DID write that Wikipedia page.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:17pm G:

No stalking Irwin's wikipedia handle for all his edits, you creeps.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:17pm G:

:-)
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:18pm rrg:

You'll never guess mine.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:19pm G:

"quadra" and "tetra" are four in Latin and Greek.

logy is from Greek. it *should* be tetra
  Wed. 2/27/13 4:19pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

...I find the parallels & connections between 'Monster Culture' (Horror & SciFi Genres) - & Rock'n'Roll/CounterCulture pretty illuminating...but then I would, wouldn't I...
- Charles Ives, Harry Partch, John Cage, Harry Smith, Dylan are all coming to mind...
- Maybe this *is* Contempo. (?) American Gamelon...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:19pm G:

rrg, possibly :P
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:20pm Caryn:

@RRN63: while I don't agree with all of Skal's conclusions, it is a good book.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:21pm Alison Porchnik:

RRN63 - there are also some interesting connections between rock n' roll and alien/UFO enthusiast culture.
  Wed. 2/27/13 4:22pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

...Tom Waits
...now he mentions Theatre, why not invoke Artaud & what he said about Sound...
- Paraphrase Phillip Glass:
...'It sounds really obvious - but if you're not coming up w/ New Technique - you *probably* don't have anything New to Say - !'...
  Wed. 2/27/13 4:23pm paula pc:

this is WONDERFUL
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:23pm rrg:

It's too hard to add a photo to a Wikipedia article. Maybe later.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:24pm rrg:

This reminds me a lot of early Mothers albums.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:25pm G:

you gotta own the image, have permission, fair use, etc. You can't just copy any picture into wikipedia the you can find on the interwebz.

Not everyone wants their picture there, either. Wikipedia has lots of BLP (Bio of Living Person) regs.
  Wed. 2/27/13 4:29pm paula pc:

his website has pic

for nick brooke - can we buy this recording somewhere - I can't find a way but I didn't try too hard yet I admi
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:29pm Irwin:

label: Innova.mu
  Wed. 2/27/13 4:30pm paula pc:

whoops he ain't there no more (2/14) -- THANKS Irwin!!!!!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:30pm Irwin:

rrg: interesting comparison. It is sorta Lumpy Gravyish.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:31pm Droll:

G, It so happens I've been studying intellectual property rights as they pertain to The Internets, please allow me clarify:
If the IP belongs to a musician, do as thou wilt. Otherwise the local national laws apply and are strictly enforced.
  Wed. 2/27/13 4:31pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

- @ rrg: Yeah! Mothers...I think it took Zappa some time & trouble to find his PLace twixt High & Lowbrow & make sense of it all

- John Lennon:
...'before Rock'n'Roll - there were Cowboys w/ guitars!'
...I've read a couple of books about the History of the Guitar recently - & it's interesting stuff alright...

- @ Caryn:
- Makes sense about Skal - but I haven't encountered another that nails 'Monster Culture' like that yet...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:32pm Irwin:

www.amazon.com...
  Wed. 2/27/13 4:32pm paula pc:

you even hyper-linked the album cover -- duh on my part. THANKS, Irwin!!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:32pm Matt from Springfield:

@RRN63: And as Malcolm McLaren said, before Rock 'n Roll there was square dancing, and its associated moral panic!
  Wed. 2/27/13 4:34pm Jack DeRider:

Whatever the hell "deconstruction" means...
  Wed. 2/27/13 4:36pm paula pc:

well jack I'm totally with you...but I like the way this sounds in and of itself...but have been thinking a lot about the post-mo vs. mo part
  Wed. 2/27/13 4:37pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

...Even Lennon was like this on 'I Am the Walrus' & certainly Revolution 9
- & literally 'played the radio' on 'Two Virgins' @ least as rhythm

...It's 'collage' seems to me - that's all - ! 'Mash-up' is new argot not needed here...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:38pm G:

@Droll: Whatever possessed you to study something so dry as IP law :P
  Wed. 2/27/13 4:39pm paula pc:

well there's love in here and not condescension...I think that comes thru in the collage and the way the singers interact with it...you agree Irwin or am I naive or do you not care
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:40pm rrg:

Because TCP and IP are the only law that matters.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:41pm rrg:

I don't think Irwin ever plays things that he doesn't care about in one way or another.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:42pm Irwin:

rrg: Which is why no Cat Stevens, Ella F, or Tuvan throat singing.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:42pm Droll:

I like the music, but I'm completely floored by the composer -- I think I prefer listening to him speak about the methods and intentions more than listening to the end results. This certainly qualifies as "Concept Album", but not the traditional kind.

G, I didn't choose IP, it chose me. Apparently I am the only person on your planet who thinks musicians suffer most from theft, not lack of opportunity.
  Wed. 2/27/13 4:42pm paula pc:

@ rrg - yep I mean the question of how much condescension figures into this project
  Wed. 2/27/13 4:43pm paula pc:

but I think what they are talking about now covers it
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:43pm Irwin:

Gawd, I played Cat Stevens in 2003.
  Wed. 2/27/13 4:44pm paula pc:

@ droll -- I initially thought NO on this guy but I'm 100% won over...and what he and Irwin are saying right now is spot-on
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:45pm rrg:

I know that song.
  Wed. 2/27/13 4:45pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

What's happening Now w/ the whole 'Americana' Genre is very intertesting to me
...I see it as almost a Political thing of reclaiming Country from all the people Johnny Cash might have been giving the finger to - certainly by the time he was working for Rick Rubin on American...

...A lot of this is like what Cage said about 'audition' - which means literally the Act of Listening...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:47pm Matt from Springfield:

Likewise, I also like listening to Nick's discussions and musical concepts, moreso than the final product. Thanks Nick for coming in! Thanks to Irwin and WFMU!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:50pm Caryn:

Yep, the interview bits have been fascinating. Nice booking, Irwin!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:50pm Matt from Springfield:

@RRN63: All those terms are probably popularized as the result of micro-marketing. "Americana", like you said, is probably aimed at those outside the social/political core of modern country, playing a kind of country/folk rock that is acceptable for AAA station play, yet not really staying in any one genre.
  Wed. 2/27/13 4:53pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

...I think the 'Post-Modern Question' definitely is relevant in terms of what is 'Folk' (Barbara Allen? Dylan?) 'Classical' (Stockhausen? Eleanor Rigby?) or 'Pop' (Teenage Fanclub? Justin Beiber?) anymore anyhow...
- We forget that Mozart was a syphilitic improvising party-animal in his own time...

- yeah, Cage: It's about Context.

...Ferinstance: It ticks me off that people still believe Rockfans are dumb & ill-informed in face of all the evidence...We are in fact the Gnostics (the Knowers) - !...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:55pm rrg:

What's he playing?
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:56pm rrg:

What stringed instrument, I mean?
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:56pm Alison Porchnik:

sounds like a mandolin or maybe even a dulcimer
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:57pm rrg:

But a little different from both.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:57pm Caryn:

Sounds like a kantele of some kind. Possibly a Scottish upright one.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:58pm Alison Porchnik:

It also sounds like a mechanical instrument.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 4:58pm Alison Porchnik:

It also sounds like a mechanical instrument.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:01pm Matt from Springfield:

Scottish uptight twangtele.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:04pm hamburger:

They should play more this kinda music in bars. Old timey!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:04pm hamburger:

Twang Ahoy!
  Wed. 2/27/13 5:07pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

...Brooke actually wasn't as Weird as I thot he'd be @ first from the Set-Up - w/ the talk about Freakshows & all - !
(...What we heard, @ least...)
- It was pretty Formal - in its' way:
- Country Music Collage
- & Theatrical Elements.
...I'd like to stick him in a room w/ Tom Waits & a microphone & see if they get along & what happens...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:08pm rrg:

Wikipedia says Mike Marshall teaches mandolin online at the "School of Mandolin", so...maybe a mandolin.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:08pm Irwin:

thanks to rrg for the harry
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:08pm Matt from Springfield:

Mandolins are certainly capable of twang.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:09pm Matt from Springfield:

Irwin's audience, Shmilssoned AGAIN!
Thanks rrg!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:10pm hamburger:

Twangs are the raw deal!
  Wed. 2/27/13 5:11pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

...& I guess 'mash-up' not entirely off-base for some of it...would relate it to something else in its' time...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:15pm Matt from Springfield:

"Collage" or perhaps "sequence" if it's more organized would be a better description for Nick Brooke.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:16pm Matt from Springfield:

I thought that was Nina's song "Peeing Good"!!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:17pm G:

Sequester Who Cares is three words :P
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:17pm Matt from Springfield:

With ol' Uncle Sequester hanging over us, it makes us the United States of Addams Family!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:19pm Matt from Springfield:

@G: "Three words, sequester, who cares, not me - FIVE! the FIVE words sequester, who cares, not me, man - SIX words!..."
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:20pm I X Key!:

Good morning! I just got back! Well, has this always been the bed music? STEVE REICH ROCKS & DOESN'T SUCK! & also, remind me when the marathon starts?
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:20pm Matt from Springfield:

It's WAY more than 6% better; the ONLY listener-sponsored station pledge drive I actually get excited for!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:21pm G:

@MfS: Somehow I suspect he could keep adding words indefinitely beyond six.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:22pm I X Key!:

All the other radio in the world is 0% good, so you can't even compare WFMU's goodness to any of that
  Wed. 2/27/13 5:22pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

...One thing I think doesn't get noted enuff about the Modern / Post-Modern difference

- is the Exponential Population Explosion :
...How many 1000's/Millions

- / %-age of Overall Population

- does it take to make something :
- Folk Tradition (how many Folx - for How Long - ??)
- a Classic (/'Classsical')
- Pop (/Popular) - ???...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:23pm rrg:

7" single? Somehow I'm managing to survive without a turntable.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:24pm Matt from Springfield:

@G: But 24 is the highest number, right?
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:24pm I X Key!:

You should get more turntabled to survive better
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:26pm Matt from Springfield:

I table I X Key's recordlution!
(In the Commonwealth sense, where you put a bill ON the table, as opposed to the US where we mean taking a bill OFF the table)
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:27pm rrg:

I knew I knew "Shamrock Shore". Irish musicians play it a lot as "Paddy Green's Shamrock Shore". I have versions by The Chieftains and by The Green Fields of America.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:28pm I X Key!:

I!m Irish
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:28pm rrg:

If I had a turntable I'd just use it to immediately digitize any vinyl that came my way. Just like I do with analog video. What, you think I'm going to sit down and PLAY the damned things? How old do you think I am?
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:29pm I X Key!:

Springfield MA where it's a commonwealth
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:30pm Matt from Springfield:

What's a "trocious"?
Avatar Wed. 2/27/13 5:31pm Clark Barr:

Maybe this poor kid would have had better luck with Ursula Andress...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:31pm I X Key!:

Racism is atrocious
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:32pm Matt from Springfield:

@RRN63: In the modern age of much information, ability to record it and commercial release music, kids' playground rhymes repeated are the clearest example of folk or traditional music; no author, taught person to person with potential for modification, and well established as a performance song by the time it's recorded.

Now a "folk singer" can compose their own songs in a "folk" style, but ultimately that style was derived from that series of "traditional" songs. The next question would be: how long does it take to accept a style of music as a "folk" one?
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:33pm rrg:

Rufus Harley! That's why I listen. Thank you.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:33pm Matt from Springfield:

@IX: You're a "from Springfield" too?! Awesome! I need to seek out the MA, MO, IL and other from Springfields in the comment boards.

VA, is also a Commonwealth :)
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:34pm rrg:

Hey, there's a Springfield in NJ too, y'know.
Avatar Wed. 2/27/13 5:34pm Clark Barr:

Wow, blast from the past! Remember when Rufus was on I've Got A Secret and jammed with Steve Allen!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:34pm Matt from Springfield:

W00t to this Pied Piper of Jazz!!
I'm headin' to the bar and ordering a Scotch & Soulda! Thanks!
(that means a jazz bagpiper needs to come out and play as I'm drinking it.)
  Wed. 2/27/13 5:34pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

USAddams - ! Brilliant - !
- 'Uncle Sequester'
- except Fester was *kind of* a Mad Genius
- & the whole point of the Sequester was it was so STOO-PPED not even the Tea Party would go there
- & them beetches shouldn't be able to use 'Tea Party' anyhow
- because that was kinda a Kewl 18th Century thing we New Englanders feel rather proprietary about...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:35pm Matt from Springfield:

@rrg: Do you know of any FMU listeners from there?
Avatar Wed. 2/27/13 5:36pm Clark Barr:

Here's Rufus on I've Got A Secret:

www.youtube.com...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:36pm rrg:

@Clark, that Rufus Harley clip from IGAS is on YouTube. I know because I put it there.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:37pm I X Key!:

good on ya @rrg
Avatar Wed. 2/27/13 5:37pm Clark Barr:

Props to you, rrg!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:38pm Carmichael:

There's a Springsteen in New Jersey too, rrg.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:38pm I X Key!:

Cheers @Matt
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:39pm I X Key!:

I'm from MA only
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:40pm rrg:

Don't know any WFMU listeners in Springfield NJ, but I can tell you that the best Chinese restaurant in NJ is in Springfield.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:40pm I X Key!:

& I have spent a substantial amount of my life in Springfield MA w/o having spent every night there--
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:42pm rrg:

My YouTube "channel" has a few other musical things on it as well.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:42pm Matt from Springfield:

@RRN63: Ironic too, as the Boston Tea Partiers were protesting the (British) Government, but they did by taking and destroying property of the private tea monopoly. Rather anti-business...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:42pm I X Key!:

Hooray, Springfnield WFMU! Basketball Hall of Fame? What's up w/the Bldg. #19 there now?
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:43pm Matt from Springfield:

Art Blakey & The Jazz Vacuumers!
Helping you clean your studio or listening space, in style!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:44pm I X Key!:

How do I get to yr "channel" @rrg
  Wed. 2/27/13 5:45pm RevolutionRabbitNov63:

Yer Home for BadassBagpipeJazz

- Man!:
...Having WinAmp for Noise (...'in the Attic'...)
- & 3 frames in the Window (Playlist, Comment, Comment Posting)
- sure slows my ancient handcranked PC down
...buu I appear to be happy to throw my days off from work into that timesink vortex...

- Have I ever mentioned not being fond of Mercury Retrograde - ??...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:47pm rrg:

Should be a link underneath the title on the Rufus Harley video page...
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:50pm I X Key!:

What do you thing of the Springfield MA Bldg. #19
  Wed. 2/27/13 5:55pm Listening Out There:

I think Conlon Nancarrow would have liked "Outlier"
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:55pm rrg:

I would like an album of Music Box music. And I'm sure one of you fine people can tell me where to find one.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:56pm rrg:

But hurry! The show's almost over!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Pleasant ending with these New-fangled music box sounds! And...still pleasant with Amor de Días!

Thanks for the great show and interview Irwin!
Have a great ending everyone!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:58pm Droll:

rrg, This sounds like kalimba, which might make a good substitute. Frank Mills, maybe?
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 5:58pm rrg:

All right, show's over. Tonight I dine alone, on poached eggs and chocolate cake. Not that I'm complaining.

Catch youse all later.
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 6:00pm Matt from Springfield:

Poach and cake away, rrg!
Avatar    Wed. 2/27/13 6:00pm hamburger:

7SD next tho rrg! What could be more importa.. Oh yea...
  Wed. 2/27/13 6:00pm Listening Out There:

Good program t'day. Thx!
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