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Options April 4, 2014

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
 
Ravi Shankar  Raga - Manj Khamaj (Part 1)   Options Ravi Shankar / Ustad Ali Akbar Khan* with Alla Rakha ‎– In Concert  Apple    0:03:18 ()
 
The Fruit Machine  Follow Me   Options Hello Everyone - Popsike Sparks From Denmark Street 1968-70  Grapefruit    0:26:59 ()
USAisamonster  The Hobokon   Options Wohaw  Load    0:29:19 ()
Ctmf  The Second Generation Punks   Options All Our Forts Are With You (Extended Version)  Damaged Goods    0:33:00 ()
Synthesizers Unlimited  Forgotten World   Options Electric Bazaar  Zippy    0:35:31 ()
Prizehog  paradiggum   Options Re​-​Unvent the Whool  Eolian Empire    0:39:56 ()
Raymond Scott And Go Home Productions  Cindy Byrdsong   Options Raymond Scott Rewired  Basta    0:47:44 ()
Trin Tran   Eyes The size   Options Far Reaches EP  Castle Face    0:52:14 ()
Georges Teperino / Cecil Leuter     TVMusic 104  Creel Prone    0:54:03 ()
Micachu  Calculator   Options Jewellery  Rough Trade    0:57:47 ()
 
Mica Levi  Love   Options Under The Skin  Milan Records  soundtrack to Johnathon Glazers new film  1:03:25 ()
Carol of Harvest  Put On Your Nightcap   Options Carol of Harvest  Prog Temple    1:08:05 ()
Miika Toivanen   Track 4   Options Yin, Not Yang  No Label    1:23:41 ()
 
Miika Toivanen  Track 2   Options Yin, Not Yang  No Label    1:34:03 ()
Rocky Erikson  Night of the Vampire   Options Gremlins Have Pictures  Light In The Attic    1:37:25 ()
Axemen  Mourning of Youth   Options Derry Legend  Luxury Products    1:42:52 ()
Carol of Harvest  Try A Little Bit   Options Carol of Harvest  Prog Temple    1:46:29 ()
Haze  Waiting for the Moment   Options Purple Snow: Forecasting the Minneapolis Sound Sampler  Numero Group    1:56:18 ()
Bob Frank  Wino   Options Bob Frank  Light In The Attic    2:00:24 ()
David Lang   My Very Empty Mouth   Options Child  Cantaloupe Music    2:02:07 ()
Kaja Draksler   Communicational Entropy / Andromeda   Options The Lives Of Many Others  Clean Feed    2:14:59 ()
Nest  Kyoto   Options     FMA www.freemusicarchive.org  2:23:43 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
 
        2:34:21 ()
Hartmut Geerkin's Rock and Free Jazz Group  The End (There Should Be One) : From Clifford Thornton's 'The Gardens of Harlem'   Options Live At The Goethe Institut 1976  Holiday Records 2013    2:38:14 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
 
        2:52:14 ()
David First  Tape Letter To Michigan   Options Electronic Works 1976–77  Dais    2:53:36 ()

Listener comments!

  Fri. 4/4/14 12:04am Nick Name:

hello all!
Avatar Fri. 4/4/14 12:05am fleep:

Hey, Nick Name. I'm ready to raga.
  Fri. 4/4/14 12:05am Nick Name:

hey ho , fleep
  Fri. 4/4/14 12:07am ?:

Namaste and top of the morning to Brothers Shankar and Name
  Fri. 4/4/14 12:10am P-90:

OK : Namsate etc to our Dear Brothers Shankar and Name
--my ID tag fell off on the way over from Spazzworld
Avatar Fri. 4/4/14 12:20am Whooda:

Nice long extended piece DJ Nick Name. Thanks.
  Fri. 4/4/14 12:22am mb:

Whats your middle name, Nick?
Avatar Fri. 4/4/14 12:24am fleep:

I was incorrect, this is jugalbandi and quite wonderful.
  Fri. 4/4/14 12:25am nate:

"Life goes on within WFMU and without WFMU" - George Harrison
  Fri. 4/4/14 12:27am LukeDay:

Amazing piece. Saw Ravi Shankar at Smith College - 1968. Awing performance.
Avatar Fri. 4/4/14 12:37am pacific standard simon:

Nick's middle name is Rumplestiltskin.
  Fri. 4/4/14 12:42am Matheus:

hey Nick, thanks for the perfect Diablo II-playing soundtrack!
Avatar Fri. 4/4/14 1:23am Tome:

...had the "night cap" on but not the moog.. Hey Nick and all kiddles out there in Late night land,, great fab show too !
  Fri. 4/4/14 1:28am Nick Name:

Hey all - thx for checking in tonight
Avatar Fri. 4/4/14 1:51am Whooda:

Loving the show DJ Nick Name. My wifi was giving me only three for four seconds at a time earlier for a spell. Now much less irritatingly letting me hear most of the whole track. :)
Avatar Fri. 4/4/14 2:12am Ike:

I always enjoy this program a lot but I rarely get a chance to check in on the comments, so if I could, I'd make this comment break the laws of physics and bust out of the space-time continuum and praise all your shows at once, or several weeks' worth of shows anyway. But I haven't taken an interdimensional typing course yet.
Avatar Fri. 4/4/14 2:14am Droll:

Ditto Ike, if that was a compliment.
Avatar Fri. 4/4/14 2:23am Kurt Gottschalk:

lang into.draksler.is.beauty
Avatar Fri. 4/4/14 2:56am Droll:

I missed 2/3rds of the show so I'll see you in archiveland before next week, NN. I was hipped to soundcloud.com... which I'm also working my way through. Always too much stuff to listen to...

Have a fun week, yinz. Howdy to Stan!
Avatar Fri. 4/4/14 2:58am Whooda:

I was thinking about you Droll when the first Carol of Harvest played, wondering if you liked it. It has a recognizable Court of the Crimson King riffs.
Avatar Fri. 4/4/14 2:59am Droll:

[rubbing hands] Can't wait to hear it!
  Fri. 4/4/14 3:27am Nick Name:

thanks all, appreciate the comments , have a good weekend
Avatar Sun. 4/6/14 2:03pm Droll:

Howdy NN! Ravi was a good opener -- I love a good palette cleansing drone opener. USAisamonster is fresh sounding, too bad no online info about them...

I also liked the Raymond Scott Rewired even though I normally loathe mashups (sticking your name on a recording of two songs playing at once that you didn't write or perform takes neither skill nor creativity) but Go Home Productions was always more musical about them.

I didn't know Carol of Harvest until now, not very KC-sounding like Whooda suggested, and this track wasn't even very Krautrock sounding although they're supposedly from that scene (and they are German). It did have many of the key prog trappings like bombast, overproduction, long-form, tempo & key shifts... Kinda meandering songwriting.

Thanks again, see you Thursday (i'll be late again).
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