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Playlist for 25 April 2013 Options | Just passing through

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Danny Lyon, "Llanito, New Mexico 1970" (source)

Artist Song Album Label Comments Approx. start time
From Leaf to Feather  Night Sun   Options From L.A. With Love (various artists)  Milan     
Vinicius & Toquinho  Come e Duro Trabalhar   Options Vinicius & Toquinho  Phillips Brasil    0:03:01 ()
Maggie Hammond  High Flying Bird   Options Folk Rock and Faithfull: Dream Babes Vol. 5 (various artists)  RPM    0:06:41 ()
Joe Maneri  Paniots Nine   Options Paniots Nine  Avant    0:09:52 ()
Richie Havens  Three Day Eternity   Options Mixed Bag  Verve Forecast    0:13:10 ()
Two Gospel Keys  I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore   Options I Don't Feel At Home In This World Anymore: 1927-1948 (various artists)  Mississippi    0:15:29 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Shell 
Shell Theme   Options Shell Is Swell  Shell    0:18:12 ()
R.E.M.  Radio Free Europe   Options Murmur  I.R.S.    0:21:32 ()
Stina Nordenstam  Purple Rain   Options People Are Strange  East West    0:25:25 ()
Okapi  Bah!   Options Love Him  Illegal Art    0:28:51 ()
Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & The Trinity  Indian Rope Man   Options Street Noise  Atco    0:32:19 ()
Nobody presents Blank Blue  All the Shallow Deep   Options From L.A. With Love (various artists)  Milan    0:35:39 ()
We Five  You Were on My Mind   Options You Were on My Mind  A&M    0:39:08 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Freaks Amour 
Driven   Options One for Juanita  Freaks Amour    0:41:38 ()
Swan Dive  Home Away From Home   Options Circle  V2    0:45:39 ()
Minisnap  In a Dream   Options Bounce Around  Magic Marker    0:48:50 ()
Brian Eno  Here Come the Warm Jets   Options Here Come the Warm Jets  Editions EG    0:52:31 ()
Top Surprise  Home   Options Everything Must Go  Pug Records 
free download on the Free Music Archive
watch the video on YouTube
 
0:56:28 ()
The Luv'd Ones  Yeah, I'm Feelin' Fine   Options Truth Gotta Stand  Sundazed 
Char Vinnedge, auteur, far left
 
1:00:05 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Medusa Cyclone 
Dr. Weird   Options Mr. Devil  Third Gear    1:02:34 ()
Herbert  Back to the Start (Dani Siciliano, vocal)   Options Voices in My Lunchbox (various artists)  Plug Research    1:05:12 ()
Bolliger & Gloor  Heimweh   Options Summloch  Bolliger & Gloor    1:11:45 ()
Joseph Spence  Don't Take Everybody to Be Your Friend   Options Bahamian Guitarist  Arhoolie    1:14:19 ()
His Name Is Alive  This World Is Not My Home   Options Stars on E.S.P.  4AD    1:17:12 ()
Wailers  African Herbsman   Options collection      1:19:49 ()
Richie Havens  New City   Options Something Else Again  Verve Forecast    1:22:03 ()
Go Home Productions  I Just Wasn't Made for the Back Seat of My Car   Options The Allen Dean Project      1:24:49 ()
Vera Ward Hall  Another Man Done Gone   Options    
info, more info
 
1:28:37 ()
Dick & Dee Dee  All My Trials   Options Best of  Varese Sarabande    1:29:52 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Lithops 
Chubmond   Options Deutscher Funk 02 (various artists)  Caipirinha    1:32:48 ()
Pumpuang Duangjan  Sao Dok Kum Tai (Lady from a Flower)   Options Thai Pop Spectacular 1960s - 1980s (various artists)  Sublime Frequencies    1:38:20 ()
Planxty  Sweet Thames Flow Softly   Options Planxty  Shanachie    1:41:06 ()
ProleteR  Back Home   Options Curses From the Past  Dusted Wax Kingdom  free download via Free Music Archive  1:45:15 ()
Les Innocents  Un Monde Parfait   Options Post Partum  Virgin France    1:49:55 ()
Nat Adderley  Scrambled Eggs   Options Work Song  Riverside    1:53:25 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Fats Waller 
Bouncin' on a V-Disc   Options Plays, Sings & Talks  Jazz Treasury    1:56:43 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 11:26am Artie:

A big buncha nuttin', that's for me.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 11:28am Charlie:

quality nuttin
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 11:52am listener james from westwood:

nuttin, honey!
(pockets check from Big Cereal)
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 11:54am Charlie:

you keep cereal in your pockets?
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 11:54am pacific standard simon:

Charlie is his name, nuttin' is his game.
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 11:55am Michael:

Mr. Charlie! Fellow listeners! Happy Thursday.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 11:57am Charlie:

greets, artie, james, simon, & michael!
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 12:01pm G:

aha, head start here :)
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:01pm pacific standard simon:

Shouldn't that be "pockets Chex from Big Cereal"?
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:01pm Carmichael:

Good morning Charlie, whenever that was. My cereal is normally in a cabinet. A locked cabinet. A booby-trapped, locked cabinet. With an automatic 911 connection.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:01pm Ike:

( 1 )? ( 1 )? ( 1)?
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:02pm Charlie:

Hello G, Carmichael, Ike --
( ! ) ( ! ) ( ! )
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:03pm ndbob:

morning Charlie and everyone!
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:03pm listener james from westwood:

oh, very good, simon. very good indeed.
ike, that looks like 3 teapots in a row.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:03pm listener james from westwood:

howdy all and happy thursday!
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:03pm Charlie:

Howdy Bob!
Fill your pockets with party mix and join the throng.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:05pm pacific standard simon:

Carmichael the cereal killer!
  Thu. 4/25/13 12:06pm Tower:

Finally able to listen again today. Hello to everyone.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:06pm Ike:

Make granola for cereal! 4 cups oats, half a cup of honey, half a cup of syrup (maple preferred), pinch of salt, 1/4 cup water. Simmer liquids & salt, coat & stir oats, then bake oats in oven at 375ish F for 15-25 min., shuffle often to make sure they don't burn. Easy.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:07pm Charlie:

Hi Tower!
Fill your pockets with granola and join the gang.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:09pm Brian in UK:

Hello Charlie & listeners in.

How much time do you folks have for breakfast in the morning?

@ndbob how's the calf?
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:09pm ndbob:

Heya Tower Todd!
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:09pm Ike:

Optional: Add shredded coconut and/or nuts. Also optional: Pinch of vanilla extract in the liquids.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:11pm Brian in UK:

@simon how're you doing? Between a rock and a harder place?
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:11pm Charlie:

Nuts, yes.
and coconut.
Hi Brian UK!
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:11pm listener james from westwood:

plenty of time for breakfast! in fact i eat 2, a berry smoothie after the gym and then a bowl of oatmeal later on.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:12pm Charlie:

big breakfast, every day!
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 12:12pm Doug Schulkind:

Joe Maneri slays me.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:13pm Brian in UK:

What is this GYM that you speak of james?
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:13pm ndbob:

@Brian doing well as far as I know... the buffalo are moved to the main pasture Memorial Day weekend usually - so should be able to see it then
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:14pm Carmichael:

It's the most important meal of the day. That's why it's booby-trapped.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:14pm ndbob:

eggs for breakfast for me - every day
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 12:15pm Michael:

Breakfast = coffee, coffee and some more coffee.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:16pm Charlie:

Hi Doug --
Joe Maneri -- part of this complete breakfast!
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:16pm Carmichael:

Aah, the Richie Havens tribute. Alarm Clock was the best album ever. Had it on my wall as a kid.
  Thu. 4/25/13 12:16pm ?:

Eat breakfast like a king,
lunch like a prince and
dinner like a pauper
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 12:17pm Doug Schulkind:

I prefer to eat my Maneri, shells and all. Extra fiber!
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:21pm pacific standard simon:

@Brian - I fear that I am here with you more in spirit than in fact, since I'm unpacking with She Who Must Be Obeyed (and WFMU annoys her).
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 12:23pm glenn:

not enough people read h. rider haggard these days.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:23pm ndbob:

@glenn I actually was thinking about doing that the other day
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:24pm pacific standard simon:

Copyright-free on my Kindle!
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:24pm listener james from westwood:

my mom was a huge fan of haggard. (though not a huge, haggard fan.)
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:24pm Brian in UK:

@simon (stage whisper) good luck.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:25pm Brian in UK:

@glenn is thst SHE who must be obeyed?
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:25pm duke:

I'm feeling kind of haggard today
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:26pm Brian in UK:

What does the H mean?
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:26pm Carmichael:

Life choices can be profound, Simon. I trust you'll soon make yours. :-)
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:27pm Brian in UK:

@glenn how many is enough?
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 12:28pm glenn:

henry, i think.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:28pm Charlie:

Merle, I'm feeling kinda haggard today.
Hi Duke, Glenn.
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 12:28pm Doug Schulkind:

Jeff Golick from Destination Out turned me onto the avant jazz group that plays Merle Haggard tunes: Bryan & the Haggards hotcuprecords.com...
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:29pm Carmichael:

Ya know, I just noticed the guy in the top photo, behind the truck. He's either performing a dance for the comet Kahoutek, or paying tribute to Ed Grimley.
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 12:30pm glenn:

she is a pretty great book, in my opinion. i've also read king solomon's mines, and i think those are the only two that are readily available.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:30pm Charlie:

sounds interesting Doug!
that does look like an Ed Grimley pose, Carm!
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:30pm Brian in UK:

@Doug bet he gets called Byron.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:31pm Carmichael:

Errol Flynn was often called Earl.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:33pm pacific standard simon:

ebooks.adelaide.edu.au...
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:34pm ndbob:

@Glenn it looks like project Gutenberg has a large selection of Haggard's writings
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:35pm Charlie:

His real name was Mister Earl.
  Thu. 4/25/13 12:36pm jan:

Lovin the Okapi- I had my heart broken when I didn't win a copy during the marathon pledge. I guess I could download it, but I'm old school and want a record to hold in hand. Great show as always.
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 12:36pm glenn:

hmmm. my g.f., who works at random house says she could only find those two in print, although that may have meant the books they publish.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:37pm ndbob:

they are public domain tho so they can be downloaded for free
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:39pm Charlie:

Hi Jan, oh well, I guess that Okapi track is for you, then!
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 12:40pm glenn:

i'm a luddite when it comes to books. i want to read a book.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:41pm Carmichael:

The We Five? Wow, Charlie, you gots some good tastes!
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:45pm Brian in UK:

Did We Five have John Stewarts brother Michael in it?
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 12:46pm G:

The Vinicius tune is "Como é Duro Trabalhar" -- How Hard It Is To Work
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:47pm Brian in UK:

@glenn if you are a Luddite do you want to smash the presses?
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:47pm ndbob:

@Brian Yep
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 12:47pm G:

I'm a real luddite. I refuse to learn to read. And if I did, I would only read scrolls :)
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:49pm Brian in UK:

That being said glenn I know my library card number by heart (whatever that means) but not my credit card.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:49pm Charlie:

G -- thanks for the traduirtion!
I like books.
I'd be a luddite, but what about all this equipment?
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:49pm Brian in UK:

@G Papyrus Boy
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 12:50pm G:

In the 1600s many aristocratic and traditional-minded writers in Europe circulated their work in manuscript only, among friends. Print was totally downmarket and bourgeois. Often someone else (a relative etc.) would eventually publish against their wishes, or after they died (when family did that, it was usually for money after the breadwinner was gone)
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 12:50pm glenn:

ooooh. i am being hoist upon my luddite petard. damn you brian.
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 12:51pm G:

I was joking about being a luidite. :-) Change keeps happening, and Kuhn applies here -- some people never adapt to new stuff, but over time they die off and adapters of new stuff are all that's left...
  Thu. 4/25/13 12:54pm Tower:

Do you mean my sons won't play my 8 tracks after I'm gone?
  Thu. 4/25/13 12:56pm Tower:

I guess that goes for my 78's also.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 12:57pm listener james from westwood:

love this cut. "i want a rising sound!"
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 12:57pm G:

@Tower: Everything old enough becomes a boutiquey hobby among a few of us (in music: vinyl, cassette, 8 track, etc -- CDs in a few years!!!). I'm not against that, but 8 track will never be a mass thing again, unless a bunch of other higher quality sound technologies die and it happens to be left as the least bad workable thing -- unlikely scenario...
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 12:57pm glenn:

i'm not really a luddite. i love most technology. i just think e- readers are a scam.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:02pm pacific standard simon:

Back again. I missed We Five? Oh well, gonna con Uncle Michael into playing "Cast Your Fate To The Wind" when he gets back.

I found a Magnavox one-piece VCR monitor on the street, which lends the proper atmosphere when watching old thrift store tapes of B/W movies.
  Thu. 4/25/13 1:04pm trs:

Hey @glenn Does 'e-reader' always imply a piece of hardware to you ?
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 1:04pm G:

@glenn: i agree that e readers have a severe problem in that the most sellers of such equipment currently write the software so they can fuck with your content or remove it without notice or an ability to do anything about it, under the stupid EULA they make you tick-box. would they dare try to come to your house and take back a book they sold you?

that's my main issue with e readers currently, and i bet some provider will come along and feature not doing that as a selling point, forcing those who do it to stop, to stem the bleeding from lost business...
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 1:06pm glenn:

trs, well kinda, yeah. why?
  Thu. 4/25/13 1:10pm trish:

E-reader is a piece of software to me. I can use it to read my books on any damn device I choose. Kinda confusing to talk 'ereader' with that discrepancy.

Hardware-saddled tech seems like planned obsolescence outta the gate, whether there's a monopoly structure written in there or not.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:10pm ndbob:

The good thing about e-readers is that vast amounts of material aren't available in other formats - or are much cheaper in electronic form
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 1:11pm glenn:

and i can read a 10$ book in my boat and not care if it falls into the lake.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:12pm duke:

@G they can't fuck with you if you remove the DRM.

To the FBI monitoring WFMU, I would never do that or anything else illegal ever. I promise.
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 1:12pm glenn:

or forget it on the streetcar and not care.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:13pm ndbob:

right Glenn - e readers don't replace books - they are supplementary and complementary
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:13pm listener james from westwood:

i for-got it on the streetcar
i for-got it on the streetcar
i for-got it on the streetcar
i for-got it on the streetcar
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:14pm Brian in UK:

Calling Ray Bradbury. Any ideas for a follow up?
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:15pm Brian in UK:

@james why are your toilets called the can?
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:16pm listener james from westwood:

gotta be a descriptive shorthand. what i want to know is how the room came to be called the john.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:17pm Brian in UK:

Well we have a term for the old chap over here called the John Thomas.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:18pm pacific standard simon:

Having just moved several tons of books over 1000 miles, I vote for selective electronic archiving of personal libraries.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:18pm Carmichael:

Because of the inventor's name, John W. Crapper.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:19pm duke:

This might be considered a follow up to Fahrenheit 451 www.gnu.org...
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:19pm Carmichael:

In Ireland, we call the bathroom the Jacks.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:19pm Charlie:

Hey Trish! When did you get here?
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:19pm Charlie:

We eat books for breakfast here on Busy Doing Nothing.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:22pm pacific standard simon:

Pulp paper flakes!
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:22pm Brian in UK:

@duke got this image of pirates reading books on the poopdeck.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:23pm Carmichael:

Brian, listen to the Pythons' Penis Song. You'll hear every possible euphemism in about 45 seconds.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:23pm ndbob:

@Charlie well I do have many books with bits of breakfast food on them
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:23pm Brian in UK:

@Carmichael glad his name was not Arbuthnot Blenkinsopp.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:24pm pacific standard simon:

I'm still finding books with bits of tobacco in them, and I quit smoking 10 years ago.
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 1:28pm glenn:

oh yeah, there's another thing - can you hide a file in a hollowed out e-reader? i think not, all my incarcerated friends.
  Thu. 4/25/13 1:28pm trish:

Hi Charlie, around half past-ish ? My ears are in competition with my stomach at this hr.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:28pm Brian in UK:

@Carmichael he does miss out 'Old Chap' but hey.
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 1:29pm fleep:

Late arrival checks playlist, sees another show to suck down from the archive.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:30pm Brian in UK:

'Theres slight gingering at the top of the book'. You never get gingering on an ereader. Just saying.
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 1:34pm fleep:

Dick & Dee Dee suffer so.
  Thu. 4/25/13 1:36pm trish:

Ginger on black at a font between 14-16 px is easy on the eyes.
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 1:37pm fleep:

Ginger was easy on the eyes. So was Mary Ann.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:39pm Brian in UK:

Have to say Ginger is one of my favourite words. Multiple meanings.
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 1:40pm fleep:

Our love of books dwindled after the Northridge earthquake. We've been lightening the load ever since.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:47pm Carmichael:

Good ol' Donal Lunny and gang.
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 1:47pm Doug Schulkind:

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Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:56pm ndbob:

excellent show Charlie!
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:57pm Ike:

Oeuf!
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:58pm Roberto:

Paperbacks actually spared my parents' TV during that quake. A shelf full of them fell from above the TV onto the floor in front of it, thereby cushioning its fall once it eventually wriggled its way out of its housing.
Avatar Thu. 4/25/13 1:58pm fleep:

Thanks, Charlie. Looking forward to catching up.
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 1:59pm listener james from westwood:

many thanks, charlie!
  Thu. 4/25/13 2:01pm Tower:

Great show! I really enjoyed listening today, even though I couldn't chat much. Bye everyone, thanks Charlie!
Avatar    Thu. 4/25/13 2:02pm Charlie:

thanks all! gotta sign out now and make way for Matt on the stream. see y'all next time.
Avatar    Mon. 4/29/13 2:18pm listener jeff:

Cool pic on top - I live now about where that was taken!
Avatar    Mon. 4/29/13 2:30pm Charlie:

Cool! In the trailer or the car? ;)
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