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Options October 16, 2013

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
Scientists  Solid Gold Hell   Options Blood Red River: 1982-84  Sympathy for the Record Industry           
Flying Wild  Upside Down   Options VA - Under the Southern Moonlight: The Kiwi Rock Scene 1970-1975  EMI          0:03:12 ()
Tommy James and the Shondells  Church Street Soul Revival   Options 40 Years: The Complete Singles Collection (1966-2006)  Aura    CD box set      0:07:29 ()
The Who  I'm Free   Options Live at Hull 1970  Geffen    CD box set      0:10:44 ()
Mikal Cronin  Get Along   Options Mikal Cronin  Trouble In Mind  2011        0:13:01 ()
Salty Dog  Doggy Rock   Options Salty Dog  Strawberry Rain      orig. 1976  *   0:16:55 ()
Speakers  Historia De Un Loto Que Floreció En Otoño   Options En El Maravilloso Mundo de Ingeson  Shadoks      orig. 1968    0:20:17 ()
Numbers Band  Jimmy Bell   Options Jimmy Bell's Still In Town (reissue)  Exit Stencil    LP box set  orig. 1976  *   0:23:45 ()
La Machine  Sucks to Come Down   Options Phases & Repetition  Castle Face        *   0:35:08 ()
TV Ghost  Elevator   Options Disconnect  In the Red        *   0:40:59 ()
Destruction Unit  Final Flight   Options Deep Trip  Sacred Bones        *   0:46:04 ()
Kitchen's Floor  Regrets   Options   R.I.P. Society    7"    *   0:51:26 ()
 
Ashtray Navigations  Dead X-Mas on Earth / Ourobouros Carved Flute / Singing Along with the Drone   Options Use Copenhagen 69 Guitars & Park Drive Effects Pedals Exclusively  Siltbreeze  1998  Vinyl  Side A    1:01:22 ()
Richard Francis & Bruce Russell  Garage 1   Options Garage Music  Alone At Last        *   1:16:48 ()
Satanic Rockers  Fruitshop Rat   Options Fu Kung  Black Greasy Basement  2012  Vinyl      1:21:35 ()
Leftovers  Hermine   Options The Fucken Leftovers Hate You  Dropkick          1:25:59 ()
Toiling Midgets  Wishful Thinking   Options Live at the Old Waldorf, July 21, 1982  Ektro        *   1:30:16 ()
Lee Ranaldo and the Dust  Key / Hole   Options Last Night on Earth  Matador        *   1:34:39 ()
Slussenanalys  Tomma Skallar   Options Aquila Helvetos Asfaltos  Ektro        *   1:41:19 ()
Ohmwar  Snake   Options split w/ Satan's Satyrs  At War With False Noise    7"    *   1:45:21 ()
Soggy  Waiting for the War   Options VA - Paink: French Punk Anthems 1977-1982  Born Bad    Vinyl  this track from 1981  *   1:47:42 ()
Black Flag  Modern Man   Options The Unheard 1983 Demos      7"    *   1:51:25 ()
Raspberry Bulbs  By The Root   Options Deformed Worship  B.E.B.    Vinyl    *   1:53:58 ()
 
Gnaw  Vulture   Options Horrible Chamber  Seventh Rule        *   2:09:04 ()
Batillus  Deadweight   Options Furnace  Seventh Rule    Vinyl      2:15:35 ()
Bridesmaid  Francis With Wolves   Options Breakfast at Riffany's  Bridesmaid    Vinyl    *   2:22:46 ()
Whore Paint  Fevered   Options Whore Paint  Load    Vinyl    *   2:28:16 ()
Fadensonnen  G Train   Options PD4  Fadensonnen        *   2:38:45 ()
Suzuki Junzo  Eclipse IV   Options Sings II  Nod and Smile        *   2:39:54 ()
Cooling Pearls  Get to Her Before the Man   Options The Honoured Meal of the Stranger  Cooling Pearls        *   2:46:03 ()
ÖÖÖÖÖ  Sadekuuro   Options ÖÖÖÖÖ  267 Lattajjaa        *   2:49:31 ()
 

Listener comments!

Avatar    Wed. 10/16/13 12:10am dB from Oakland:

Hello Sue P, Hello FMU scientists -- this New Zealand selection is way better than any of the Ring and/or Hobbit movies.
Avatar    Wed. 10/16/13 12:11am dB from Oakland:

... and this Tommy James track is similarly awesome.
  Wed. 10/16/13 12:11am @joejoejoe_m:

Haha I was expecting some tommy James
Avatar Wed. 10/16/13 12:13am Sue P.:

Glad I did not disappoint, joejoejoe_m!
Avatar    Wed. 10/16/13 12:14am dB from Oakland:

Live at Leeds! Or Hull, or whatever. It's all good to me. If I was starving, I could probably sustain myself on Keith Moon's drum fills.
  Wed. 10/16/13 12:15am KP:

Awaiting the super duper Tommy set.
Avatar Wed. 10/16/13 12:17am stray teepee:

@dBMy favorite album of all time (I had to choose one under duress of torture) The Who Live at Leads.

Just tuned in sorry I missed the Who tune. Drat!
  Wed. 10/16/13 12:18am Richard from Venezuela:

Greetings Sue and all the listeners.
  Wed. 10/16/13 12:19am KP:

Cool Cronin.
  Wed. 10/16/13 12:21am KP:

I would put Tommy itself close to tippy-toppy.
Avatar    Wed. 10/16/13 12:22am dB from Oakland:

@strayTeepee -- it's a favorite album from my youth that I'm fond of to this day. From what I remember "Live at Leeds" was an inaccurate title, but I'm not an expert on British geography. "Live at Hull" was the more complete version of the same concert. Does that sound right, Sue?
Avatar    Wed. 10/16/13 12:23am dB from Oakland:

Que Pasa, Junkie Chipmunk??
Avatar Wed. 10/16/13 12:25am stray teapee:

Yeah, Tommy's great. I think dB might swing to Quadraphenia if your talkin' rock operas. The drums in that work is really unbelievably full and symphonic.
Avatar    Wed. 10/16/13 12:31am KP:

No Leeds is Leeds and Hull is Hull. They used some bits from the latter to fill in the former. The beginning of John's vocal track on Heaven and Hell for example.
Avatar    Wed. 10/16/13 12:35am KP:

Never cared for Quad. Not Who enough for me. Moons greatest accomplishment is the Underture. It really is a solo symphony.
Avatar Wed. 10/16/13 12:35am Sue P.:

The Who's Live at Hull is actually a different concert (the night after Leeds!).
Avatar    Wed. 10/16/13 12:36am dB from Oakland:

tonite's google map project is the distance between Leeds and Hull ...
Avatar Wed. 10/16/13 12:37am Sue P.:

Ha! I like it.
Avatar    Wed. 10/16/13 12:38am dB from Oakland:

La Machine ... aw man, this is a great "Underwater Bass" sound.
Avatar    Wed. 10/16/13 12:38am KP:

I also had the misfortune of attending an unbelievably horrible quad performance in Montreal. The tapes wouldn't work and whole thing was mess. The boys all ended up in jail that night.
Avatar    Wed. 10/16/13 12:43am dB from Oakland:

Leeds to Hull ... 61.7 miles (1 hour and 6 minutes) by car. 55.5 miles (18 hours and change) by foot.
Avatar Wed. 10/16/13 12:51am scentymint endstinks:

I'm really glad I got to see the 21st century, but can I go home now?
  Wed. 10/16/13 12:51am Eric O:

SUE amazing show! Goddamn!
Avatar Wed. 10/16/13 1:02am Hellameye:

@KP That is a cool story, sorry it didn't pan out better.
Avatar    Wed. 10/16/13 1:22am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

I can't believe I missed The Who's special appearance. Glen Jones seems to have had a Who epiphany this year and nearly always plays a track (seems to usually be Quadrophenia) in the first set. Just this past Sunday I was commenting that "The Rock" from Quad was perhaps The Who's closest drift toward prog.
Avatar Wed. 10/16/13 1:26am Sue P.:

I'm loving all the love for The Who!
Avatar    Wed. 10/16/13 1:26am Droll:

Pete, Depends on how you define prog. The Who made many concept albums, did plenty of long-form songs, flirted with sci-fi... not all prog uses Mellotron and has a flute solo.
Avatar    Wed. 10/16/13 1:28am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

I used to spend quite a bit of time poring through abysmal Who bootleg records in the West Village shops. The transcriber of my favorite, "Who Is This," jotted down Daltrey's announced "'s one called 'Relay'" as "Uncle Reely." The art of error...
Avatar Wed. 10/16/13 1:32am glass pan:

@Pete That's a funny translation. I learned a new word today, "reely"

Sue seems to be on quite a tear at the moment.
  Wed. 10/16/13 1:33am tom:

Hey! Was great hearing the Ash Nav tracks again! Plus, great show as always, love the segue's. And Toiling Midgets live, man.....
Avatar    Wed. 10/16/13 1:33am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

Droll, Quadrophenia was about as concept-heavy as anything Yes or ELP ever did. The weaving of motifs and story through the 88 or so minutes is as rock-dorky (meant as a compliment) as it gets. There's so much layering going on that every time I listen there's something I forgot in there.
Avatar    Wed. 10/16/13 1:38am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

Who aside, Sue, it is a rare treat these days to trick myself awake at this hour to catch a little Solid Gold Hell. Still in my small handful of most enjoyable shows on WFMU.

Been loving all the recent Lee Ranaldo play on the radio.
Avatar Wed. 10/16/13 1:43am Sue P.:

So glad to have so many folks here in "real" time.
Avatar Wed. 10/16/13 1:45am Whooda:

Goodness! Had to put this on the 'big boy' speakers and to let the neighbors enjoy this Tomma Skallar too.
Avatar    Wed. 10/16/13 1:47am Pete from Boston (and NJ):

In my next job, I request Wednesdays off. Until then, my compliments and good night.
Avatar    Wed. 10/16/13 1:52am fleep:

Slussenanalys - Ohmwar - Soggy. Trifecta. Well done. ROCK
Avatar Wed. 10/16/13 2:15am stray teepee:

I gottta' go to bed, but can't pull away. No choice but to sleep with the music on. Hope I don't have nightmares! Thanks Sue P.
Avatar Wed. 10/16/13 2:16am Sue P.:

I'll try to tone it down for ya...;)
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