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Options May 22, 2013: Prometheus Orders: The Liver Special

Hakone, Japan. Photo: T. Lacy



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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
Ernest Ansermet - Richard Wagner  Götterdämmerung - Siegfried's Funeral March   Options Ansermet Conducts Wagner  London  1964  0:00:00 ()
The Moody Blues  In The Beginning   Options On The Threshold of a Dream  Deram  1969  0:06:15 ()
The Moody Blues  Lovely To See You   Options On The Threshold of a Dream  Deram  1969  0:08:38 ()
Anna German  Случайность   Single  Melodiya   1974  0:11:50 ()
Tomorrow Featuring Keith West  My White Bicycle   Options Tomorrow  Parlaphone  1968  0:15:26 ()
Roddy McDowall  The Beast Man   Options Beneath the Planet of the Apes OST  Amos  1970  0:19:13 ()
The Jazz Butcher  The Jazz Butcher Vs The Prime Minister   Options Bloody Nonsense  Big Time  1986  0:19:18 ()
Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie  You, Yes, You, You, You   Options A Bit of Fry & Laurie  BBC  1992  0:21:52 ()
Tomorrow Featuring Keith West  Revolution   Options Tomorrow  Parlaphone  1968  0:24:09 ()
The Jazz Butcher  Death Dentist   Options Bloody Nonsense  Big Time  1986  0:28:05 ()
ccc  Cracked Pepper   Options Cracked Pepper  ccc  2007  0:31:53 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Jazz-ansamblj 'Balalaika' 
Dihanije   Options La Musique Sovietique - From Palanga to Gurzufa - L’ete 69  Melodiya  1969  0:36:06 ()
Earle Hagen  The Mod Squad Theme   Options None  ABC-Paramount  1968  0:42:06 ()
Judy Garland  Over The Rainbow (Partial Take)   Options The Wizard of Oz: The Deluxe Edition  Rhino  1995  0:43:02 ()
Neil Bucannon  Praying for rain   Options Community Skratch Music Volume 4  CSM  2013  0:43:38 ()
Jamaican Queens  Kids Get Away   Options Wormfood  Notown  2013  0:46:21 ()
Death Songs  Overdose   Options Sung Inside A House  Death Songs  2013  0:49:56 ()
Leonard Rosenman  March Of The Apes   Options Beneath the Planet of the Apes OST  Amos  1970  0:54:29 ()
Vince Mack Mongrul  Johnny Dreams Heavy Bout Bass   Options Community Skratch Music Volume 4  CSM  2013  0:58:01 ()
Chim Kothari  La Playa   Options The Sound Of Sitar  Deram  1966  1:02:18 ()
Cast  Hello!   Options The Book of Mormon  Ghostlight  2011  1:14:36 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Jazz-ansamblj 'Balalaika' 
Dihanije   Options La Musique Sovietique - From Palanga to Gurzufa - L’ete 69  Melodiya  1969  1:07:29 ()
Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark  This Is Helena   Options Dazzle Ships  Virgin  1983  1:12:14 ()
ccc  She's Slipping   Options Cracked Pepper  ccc  2007  1:14:09 ()
Emil Richards  Emerald (May)   Options Psychedelic Percussion - Stones  UNI  1966  1:18:34 ()
Analfabites  The Sun Keeps Shining   Options Compacto Duplo  RCA  1969  1:21:00 ()
Bob Moog  Envelope Follower   Options Unknown  Unknown    1:24:15 ()
Public Image Ltd.  The Flowers of Romance   Options The Flowers of Romance  Warner Bros.  1981  1:24:34 ()
Mocedades  Eres Tú   Options Coleccion Original: Mocedades  Sony  1998  1:27:30 ()
Yes  Five Per Cent For Nothing   Options Fragile  Atlantic  1971  1:30:54 ()
Booka Shade  Night Falls (Larry Gold's 'Night Falls Over Philly' String Version)   Options Cinematic Shades (The Slow Songs)  Get Physical Music  2008  1:31:48 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Jazz-ansamblj 'Balalaika' 
Dihanije   Options La Musique Sovietique - From Palanga to Gurzufa - L’ete 69  Melodiya  1969  1:35:19 ()
Fever Tree  San Francisco Girls (Return of the Native)   Options San Francisco Girls  MCA  1967  1:40:07 ()
Barbatuques  Capuera   Options Corpo Do Som  MCD World  2002  1:44:21 ()
The Sorrows  Pioggia sul Tuo Viso   Options Come imparai ad amare le donne  RCA Italiana  1966  1:45:55 ()
Maria Bethânia  Pierrot Apaixonado   Options Grandes Autores da MPB Noel Rosa  Philips  1998  1:48:19 ()
Milton Nascimento  Rio Vermelho   Options Courage  A&M  1969  1:50:43 ()
Jackie Lynton  La Ballata di Hank McCain, Part 1   Options Canto Morricone Vol. 2 - Western Songs & Ballads  Bear Family  1998  1:54:01 ()
Jason Falkner  I Will   Options Bedtime With The Beatles: Part Two  Adrenalin Records  2008  1:56:11 ()
Mason Williams  Classical Gas   Options The Mason Williams Phonograph Record  Warner Bros.  1968  1:58:27 ()
Quincy Jones  They Call Me Mr. Tibbs! (Main Title)   Options In The Heat Of The Night / They Call Me Mister Tibbs  Rykodisc  1970  2:01:32 ()
Radio Stars  No Russians in Russia   Options The Chiswick Story  Chiswick  1975  2:06:04 ()
Alex Gopher  Houhouhouhouhouhouhouhou   Options Est-ce une gopher party baby?  Go 4 Music  1996  2:09:04 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Jazz-ansamblj 'Balalaika' 
Dihanije   Options La Musique Sovietique - From Palanga to Gurzufa - L’ete 69  Melodiya  1969  2:09:36 ()
The Dining Rooms  Found Footage   Options Etage Noir Slo Mo Collection Volume One  Etage Noir Recordings  2011  2:16:34 ()
Quincy Jones with Bill Cosby  Glimmer - Bedrock (John Digweed & Nick Muir)   Options The New Mixes, Vol. 1  Concord Jazz  2004  2:22:07 ()
Lalo Schifrin  Agnus Dei   Options Verve Jazzclub: Mission Impossible And Other Thrilling Themes  Verve  2008  2:27:23 ()
Elmer Bernstein  The Hard Bondage   Options The Ten Commandments (soundtrack)  Paramount  1956  2:32:55 ()
Andre Previn  Executive Party Dance   Options Rollerball (Original Soundtrack Recording)  UA  1975  2:33:49 ()
Jadranka Stojakovic & Miroslav Tadic  Kad ja podjoh na Bentbasu   Options Sarajevo Love Songs  Piranha Germany  2007  2:36:54 ()
Luluc  Things Behind The Sun   Options Way to Blue: The Songs of Nick Drake  StorySound  2013  2:40:56 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Jazz-ansamblj 'Balalaika' 
Dihanije   Options La Musique Sovietique - From Palanga to Gurzufa - L’ete 69  Melodiya  1969  2:45:02 ()
Peter Thomas Sound Orchester  Space-Patrol (Raumpatrouille)   Options Raumpatrouille - The Complete Music  Polyphon  1966  2:49:00 ()
Johnny Winter  Gone For Bad   Options The Johnny Winter Story Vol. 1 (1959-1967)  P-Vine Japan  1988  2:50:46 ()
Paddy Kingsland  Vespucci   Options Fourth Dimension - BBC Radiophonic Workshop  BBC Recordings  1973  2:52:41 ()
ccc  Cracked Pepper (Reprise)   Options Cracked Pepper  ccc  2007  2:55:42 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:03pm BDR:

Happy 200, Richard.

So, you sub instead of cool trip to Barca, DH?
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 9:06pm amEdeo:

YEAAAAH. Mah jam.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:07pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Guten Abend!

*&* Sun Ra - b. May 22, 1914
- same day of the year.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:08pm dvx:

Guten Abend indeed - Wagner is everywhere here this year.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:09pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

200th is big.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:10pm dvx:

Not everyone is enthused, however.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 9:10pm tim:

Howdy, anybody.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:11pm Loretta:

Hi all....
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:13pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Wagner's portrayal in 'Lisztomania' is certainly interesting...
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:15pm dvx:

Interesting that the Cyrillic seems to negate the option of favoriting the song.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:16pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...needs a red star? : p ...
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 9:16pm fleep:

Hey, tim, good to see you back on the air. Got a handful of MfDH's on my mp3 player, a fresh one is welcome.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 9:18pm G:

One of Steve Howe's first great solos.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:18pm dvx:

Just thought I'd mention that this is a great set.

@RR Good one!
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 9:19pm G:

Guitar tone slices like a knife.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:19pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 9:19pm tim:

@dvx: I notice it also comes up as cyber-gibberish in the "Songs Played" pages. Maybe a note to Kenzo is in order.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:21pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- all true, but 'White Bicycle' ends up on every Psych Compliation. Tomorrow's got other great tunes you never hear.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 9:24pm G:

Claremont Lake, RR63. Incredible tone in the solo. It was a b side. And so many great compositions. The Beatles Revolution came after Tomorrow's song of that name.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:24pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

"Hallucinations" is my fave.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:24pm Uncle Michael:

Let's not forget Nazareth's version of White Bicycle...hello folks.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:25pm dvx:

@tim I guess the system isn't set up for that. Sluchaynost' would be the transliteration, if that helps anyone.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:26pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- & a tribute to the free 'anarchistic' White Bikes of Amsterdam, my understanding...
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 9:27pm tim:

And "sluchainost" translates as "randomness" with a hint of existential despair... It was pretty big hit in the Soviet Union.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 9:28pm fleep:

Someone wanted more Tomorrow and got it.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 9:29pm tim:

It was in the cards.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 9:31pm G:

mhm :)
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:31pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I quite enjoyed & learned a lot from
- 'How the Beatles Rocked the Kremlin' :
www.youtube.com...
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:33pm dvx:

Good song, anyway. I'll have to ask my Russian friends if they know it.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:37pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I am quite curious about the Plastic People of the Universe:
en.wikipedia.org...

- Sound & Pepper - ??
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 9:38pm G:

from Tim's playlist page's description of tonight's show:

A tidepool of complex molecular ferment is promised. Bring an enemy!
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:38pm Loretta:

@RRN63 ~ interesting youtube link. I'll be up late tonight!
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:42pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

PBS, that's all. Haven't found 'John Lennon's Jukebox' on there yet to watch - suspect Copyright prob.s - but that's great too.

- O' Mighty Bomb!
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 9:45pm Holly in NC:

Oh man, I'm missing The Jazz Butcher (or, rather DID miss). Bummer!
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 9:47pm G:

Wow! a rare FMU Frances Gumm spotting!
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:48pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...a world full of poo - & one station w/ an overabundance of great DJ's...sigh...
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:51pm Uncle Michael:

a surfeit
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 9:52pm tim:

a windfall...
  Wed. 5/22/13 9:52pm P-90:

The Tomorrow song was originally titled "Claramont Lake", no one is quite sure how the name got changed to Claremont Lake" on some reissues/compilations. Steve likes to tell how he met Frank Zappa in London, and the moment they were introduced, Frank said: "Wow, Steve from Tomorrow? Claramont lake is a great record, I really like that guitar solo!" Steve says it made him feel like maybe he'd really arrived, to be "liked" by no less a personage than FZ, already a big star when Steve was just breaking in.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 9:52pm fleep:

a cornucopia
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:53pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- surfeit: c'est Francais por un petit Surfer - n'est pas - ?...
  Wed. 5/22/13 9:53pm P-90:

a piquant bounty
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:54pm Uncle Michael:

non
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 9:55pm G:

oui oui oui a louer homme
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:55pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- I can see a similarity in Zappa & Howe styles - the 'clipped' tone that G described already (Frank called a technique he used his 'bagpipe' style) - & blues-based but going elsewhere...not real articulate about it here...
  Wed. 5/22/13 9:56pm P-90:

gotcha
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 9:59pm john:

My gawd, that song was amazing
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 10:03pm G:

@RR: Zappa loved the Claremont Lake (or Claramount Lake; albums vary) solo on the B Side of White Bicycle. See Howe's recollection about meeting Zappa and Zappa saying just that, back in the actual Tomorrow days of 67-68. The whole interview is Howe discussing Tomorrow in the late 90s:

nfte.org...
  Wed. 5/22/13 10:05pm P-90:

"...back in the actual Tomorrow days" haha
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 10:06pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Cheers. ...Just the fact that these guys were pretty familiar w/ seeing Hendrix @ close range regularly...
  Wed. 5/22/13 10:07pm Kathy:

omg
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 10:07pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...loox like you put Sitar & Mormon on the same line...
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 10:10pm fleep:

Hasa Diga Eebowai is the best song, but you can't play it on broadcast air. Maybe not even the stream.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 10:13pm Loretta:

@G ~ good info. thanks for the link.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 10:16pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- yes, G - having a read to this soundtrack...
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 10:17pm tim:

@ Revolution Rabbit Nov63: Thanks. Yikes.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 10:18pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- this is great as a variation because George Martin didn't arrange 'She's Leaving Home' (it's okay as it is)...
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 10:18pm Loretta:

very nice
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 10:20pm G:

@Loretta: Mike Tiano (the Notes from the Edge interviewer there) has been the premier Yes interviewer and allround expert since at least the 90s. He has even shown up as a writer of some Yes liner notes in the last decade or so.
     Wed. 5/22/13 10:22pm 12539:

I miss the EFD theme song, but otherwise Tim you're doing the usual fine job.
  Wed. 5/22/13 10:26pm P-90:

RIP Bob Moog
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 10:30pm Stevel:

PIL to Mocedades. GOD I love WFMU.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 10:30pm Uncle Michael:

1973 Eurovison winner.
  Wed. 5/22/13 10:31pm P-90:

This actually broke through to the top ten (#1?), it was all over the top 40 radio stations.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 10:31pm G:

Was just gonna say, Mike. I was living in the UK in 73, and it got publicity there.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 10:33pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Was there an English-lang. version?
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 10:33pm Uncle Michael:

I've done a show of Eurovision hits...was thinking about maybe doing a set on Friday.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 10:33pm G:

OK, more Howe :p

This song title was a slam on a prior manager, who got 5% despite not working for them any more
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 10:34pm Uncle Michael:

I've heard an English translation. Eres Tu was allegedly plagiarized from the 1966 Yugoslavian entry,
  Wed. 5/22/13 10:36pm P-90:

@RR: It actually became a hit in the US in Spanish, just as it is. They appeared on Bandstand, Midnight Special, the whole deal.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 10:36pm tim:

Tempest in a Slovenian teapot...
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 10:37pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Right - it's strange to be almost 50 & only partly remember these things...
  Wed. 5/22/13 10:38pm P-90:

Remember what things?
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 10:38pm Uncle Michael:

1973, I was still pretty steeped in top 40, even as I was beginning to listen to other things.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 10:39pm dvx:

Eurovision hasn't been the same since most entries started to sing in English.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 10:40pm Stevel:

I was a huge top 40 listener in the early 70s. Taped hours on my cassette recorder.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 10:40pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- well - hearing Oldies formats enuff (restaurants & such)
- I came to the conclusion that I don't hate Top40
- I just took the Left Road around mid-1970s when Punk as We Now Know It began (Ramones shoulda been Top40 &tc.)...
  Wed. 5/22/13 10:41pm P-90:

Still got those airchecks? What city/stations?
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 10:41pm ottovonbqe:

P-90 needs to get with the program.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 10:41pm Stevel:

Aw shucks, Tim. You're OK in my book too!
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 10:42pm Ike:

Добрый вечер! Good to hear you back on, Tim.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 10:42pm Uncle Michael:

Man I like this Fever Tree track.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 10:43pm Loretta:

I always loved this one! SF rocks
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 10:43pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- I had an older sibling (one of the classic situations) - so I was spoonfed an awful lot - & thus spared the embarassment of looking back & seeing what poo I was into...
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 10:46pm Loretta:

I have a younger brother & he was got dragged to the Village every weekend to hear & see some new stuff.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 10:48pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- well - I'm from (& back in) smalltown NorthNewEngland - so Music was never a Social thing for me - all thru the Media...I'm an introvert anyhow...
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 10:51pm tim:

Yo IKE!
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 10:51pm G:

"Pierrot in Love/Passion". nice to hear Brasilian Portuguese accents so often on FMU
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 10:52pm G:

acabou chorando -- ended up crying. they love the sad love song, they do
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 10:53pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Anybody know that 3-disc Tropicalia collection w/ the white-ish cover?
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 10:55pm G:

"Yellow River" by "Milton" as they call him down there!
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 10:56pm fleep:

An only child, offspring of someone in retail. Earliest record collection was free demos from the store that nobody else wanted. I learned to like music no one had ever heard of, because I liked it, not because it was popular. And now I'm here.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 10:58pm G:

I too cassette taped the top 30 countdowns off CKLW in the early 70s before moving away. Who had money to buy everything in prepubescence as part of a six-kid family.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:00pm G:

Gas it up!
  Wed. 5/22/13 11:00pm P-90:

@G: Yeah, I was just thinking the same thing about the strong Brazilian music presence here. More evidence of the uber-hipness that is WFMU. Gaylord plays some wild Brazilian stuff sometimes.
Also: thanks for posting the link to the Howe interview re: the psychedelic era. I was too lazy to find it. NFTE is nifty!
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:00pm Uncle Michael:

The Mason Williams was a staple of my mom's turntable.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:01pm G:

NFTE was a mailed fanzine may back when, became an internet email and website by the mid 90s. Great resource for the Yes hardcores
  Wed. 5/22/13 11:02pm P-90:

Howe always describes this song as a major influence.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:02pm G:

may = way, i need more sleep :p
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:02pm G:

true dat p nine oh
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:02pm Stevel:

Classical Gas has always been slightly eerie for me. It was popular on the radio when I was very young, sitting in the basement with my parents during tornado warnings in Kansas City MO.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:03pm G:

Classical windstorm
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:03pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

fleep: reminds me of Phillip Glass about himself in a doc.

Mojo Comments on buying Tropicalia - might be worth reading for me anyhow - dunno :
www.mojo4music.com...
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:03pm Uncle Michael:

I'm a stone's throw from there Stevel.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:04pm G:

or, about as far as an F5 can blow a stone
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:05pm Uncle Michael:

I'm always on the verge of an Os Mutantes binge.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:05pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Oh - read about M.Williams in SmothersBros. book...
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:05pm Stevel:

Indiana has its share of rough weather, but nothing like out that way.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:05pm Uncle Michael:

@G: a friend of mine found debris from the OK tornado in his yard this morning.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:06pm Uncle Michael:

There's a Smothers book? Well of course there is. Is it good?
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:07pm Ike:

"Classical Gas" reminded me of Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy for some reason. Did the Eagles rip that off for "Journey of the Sorcerer," which was the Hitchhiker's Guide theme?
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:07pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- thing that just hit this week - funnel was a mile & 1/2 wide they say. I'm speechless.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:07pm Uncle Michael:

My favorite thing from this soundtrack is Fowl Owl onn the Prowl.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:12pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

It's 'Dangerously Funny' :
www.amazon.com...

- & on YouTube you can see George Harrison stopping in on SmothersBros. just to say 'keep trying to get past the censors', & things like that...
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:12pm Stevel:

As a newspaper photog, covering tornado aftermath was always fascinating. I ALWAYS saw something I'd never seen before, even after smaller storms. Physics.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:13pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Townshend says it's headphones that did for his hearing - not being the 1st guy w/ a 6" amp.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:13pm Uncle Michael:

Steve, you're from KC and you're a shooter? We have to know some of the same people. What region do you work in?
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:15pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

6' - foot amp...
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:16pm G:

Noel R. made traditional Rio samba urban and political back in the 30s. Died in his 20s. he's the OG underlying bossa nova and tropicalia later ion in 60s/70s
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:18pm fleep:

Has the building in the picture been identified?
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:19pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Joy Division got their name from the whoring section of the Nazi death camps - anybody didn't actually / unironically know...
  Wed. 5/22/13 11:19pm P-90:

Is that the new WFMU studio? Just askin
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:21pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...need to know basis...
- Japan?
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:22pm G:

Mount Fuji???
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:22pm tim:

The building is the top housing of a "rope way" or cable car, over Hakone, a resort area in Japan, about 2-3 hours drive from Tokyo. The top of the mountain (not Fuji) was once owned by a Seibu CEO, later disgraced. And that's Mt Fuji in the background, for scale.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:22pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- topography looks Japanese - but lettering?
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:22pm Uncle Michael:

TinEye couldn't identify it.
  Wed. 5/22/13 11:23pm P-90:

@RR: That is in fact Japanese "kana."
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:24pm Holly in NC:

TinEye has been rather useless recently, don't know why. Just too many images, I guess!
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:24pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- he had a tidy little view of the Sacred Mt. ...
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:24pm Uncle Michael:

That building had to have been a stunning eyesore the day they cut the ribbon.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:24pm G:

Probably everyone knows, but it's a typical Japanese visual arts thing to build a scene with Fuji in the background in some interesting or fraught way
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:24pm fleep:

That explains the wacky architecture, ty.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:25pm tim:

Wacky, and decrepit as hell. Those Yugoslavian war monuments tinyurl.com... got nothing on this!
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:26pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- you mean they Paste Fuji in the picture, or just like it in the frame that way?...
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:26pm Uncle Michael:

You can see the part to the right houses the wheelhouse and those angle bits are anchors. The cable runs from the other side of the building.
  Wed. 5/22/13 11:26pm P-90:

Yeah, its a weird mix of styles, and it's reminiscent of postwar iron curtain stuff.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:28pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- & would have to be quake proof nonetheless?...So much for Feng Shui, I should think...
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:28pm G:

Imperial Gizzard?

Virtus non stemma is Latin for

Virtue (or in the older sense literally manliness), Not Ancestry (i.e., I may not be from a prominent old family, but I got it goin.')
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:29pm tim:

Ministry of Construction, aka Ministry of Concrete... there's a lot of brutal, soviet-looking architecture in Japan.
  Wed. 5/22/13 11:30pm P-90:

Quake-proof, but alas, not Godzilla-proof.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:31pm G:

With photoshop who knows, RR. But painters would get Fuji in the background (whether by painting from a spot where it *was*, or by taking artistic license), thus adding gravitas, making a comment, ironizing, etc., because of all the meanings Fuji carries in Japan.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:32pm tim:

I took this photo, ferchrissakes. That's Fuji-san.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:33pm G:

You'd never photoshop, Tim. Virtus. :p I was talking about Fuji in visual art generally.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:33pm Holly in NC:

Loving all the frisky flute, as well as G's knowledge.
  Wed. 5/22/13 11:33pm P-90:

@Tim: No S#!T ?!
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:33pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- deffo this Corporate guy's perch...
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:36pm tim:

I could possibly Photoshop... but in this case I did not. You have no reason to trust my word, of course.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:36pm G:

fwiw, "The current kanji for Mount Fuji, 富 and 士, mean "wealth" or "abundant" and "a man with a certain status" respectively. "
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:38pm G:

Were you thinking about Fuji-in-background art/culture baggage in taking it, or as you said using it for scale and orientation? Feel free to give your word or not :p
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:39pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- what w/ several kinds of Kewlness coming out of Japan
- & w/ our own financial disaster & Corporate nasties
- I guess it's been easy to forget how seriously Corporate & goal-oriented Japanese society is...

- How could you be there & not put Fuji in?
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:40pm Uncle Michael:

I understand they like to put Mt. Fuji into the background of photographs of Mt. Fuji.
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:41pm dvx:

Tim, thanks for the great show - hope to hear from you again soon!
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:42pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

HaHa! ...look: __/ \__
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:43pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I am a fan in one, Sir.
- Grazzi.
  Wed. 5/22/13 11:43pm P-90:

@tim: It's a hell of a nice composition, in any case. Fuji is kind of small, lurking o the horizon, not majestically looming per usual. So: you could say the diminished symbol of Fuji resonates with the mundane, decrepit, industrial structure to evoke the loss of tradition and cultural strength in Japan. Or: not.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:44pm tim:

Thanks everybody. One more mic break and at midnight, I go to clean the toilets. Happily.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:45pm fleep:

RRN Check the archive, there's more. And many pictures of Gabrielle Drake.
  Wed. 5/22/13 11:47pm P-90:

Thanks for a top-notch show! Come back soon!
Wear rubber gloves when you scrub them toilets!
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:47pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks tim. I like your hideaway.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:48pm G:

Porcelain loves company!
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:50pm G:

Agni's Day -- Indian Fire Holiday (j/k)
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:52pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

The UFO girl - *that's* Nick Drake's sister - ?!
It's obvious once you know...
  Wed. 5/22/13 11:54pm P-90:

Wait, what? Which UFO girl?
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:54pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- Things Behind the Sun indeed...he'd have inside information...
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:56pm tim:

tinyurl.com...
     Wed. 5/22/13 11:56pm 12539:

Thanks, Tim.
  Wed. 5/22/13 11:58pm P-90:

"Gay Ellis", right? N. Drake's sister? The things you learn on this board...
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:58pm fleep:

Thanks, tim. Another keeper.
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:58pm northguineahills:

go the last half hour, cool!
Avatar    Wed. 5/22/13 11:58pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- or :
4.bp.blogspot.com...
...Nick Drake's sister naked...it's too much...
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:59pm northguineahills:

*got
Avatar Wed. 5/22/13 11:59pm G:

not naked, you fibber :p just torso-emphasizing
  Thu. 5/23/13 12:00am P-90:

Not naked enough, but I'll take what I can get...
Avatar    Thu. 5/23/13 12:00am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- some are nekkid...

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