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Options March 4, 2016

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Nurse With Wound  Lumb's Narcolepsy / Lumb's Misandry   Options Lumb's Sister  0:00:00 ()
Kemialliset Ystävät  El Millään Kielellä   Options Alas Rattoisaa Virtaa  0:18:37 ()
Braer Rabbit  Allez-z   Options Foolproof Projects  0:27:38 ()
Gelbart  He Who Speaks Through Pyramids   Options Preemptive Musical Offerings to Satisfy Our Future Masters  0:32:58 ()
Crash Course in Science  Jump Over Barrels   Options   0:36:06 ()
Miguel Alvariño  Pallet Cleanse / ???   Options Participation  0:39:52 ()
BioMechanica  02   Options BM01  0:45:51 ()
African Head Charge  Primitive / Latin Temperament   Options Environmental Studies  0:55:12 ()
Young Scientist  Subculture   Options Tape-Recordings (1979–1981)  1:04:10 ()
Ilitch  Periodikmindtrouble   Options Periodik Mindtrouble  1:12:01 ()
Akpatok  You Washed your Face in a Mountain Stream / Fish Circling   Options Two Winters, Two Springs  1:36:51 ()
Shots  D.C.   Options Nice Weather for War  1:54:30 ()
Blue Chemise  Faithful in Everything   Options Nice Weather for War  2:04:19 ()
Tashi Dorji  Trembles   Options Appa  2:14:38 ()
Sainkho Namtchylak  The Road Back   Options Like a Bird or Spirit, Not a Face  2:18:43 ()
Torben Snekkestad  South Abyss   Options Winds of Mouth  2:25:20 ()
rhBand    6.20.88  2:34:46 ()
Otto Bekker & Asmus Tietchens  Repartition Concrète   Options E  2:52:55 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 12:03pm Greg from ZONE 5:

Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 3/4/16 12:05pm sphere:

nice to be here. hello Bryce and the Brycites!
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 12:05pm Bryce:

well hello
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 12:07pm Cecile:

Lumb's Narcoandry.
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 12:14pm Bryce:

mansplaining, from the greek
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 12:17pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Who is this Lumb character? Sounds like quite the dynamic individual.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 3/4/16 12:17pm sphere:

didn't know that NWW still had it in them.
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 12:18pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

Bryce, have you heard "Lady June's Linguistic Leprosy" (the Ayers/Eno creation).
This could almost be June herself.
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 12:19pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 12:21pm chris:

Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 12:27pm Tome:

...feel like a Tequila Sunrise at the moment ..
  Fri. 3/4/16 12:30pm steve:

Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 12:31pm George of Troy:

Bryce! Folks! Greetings!
  Fri. 3/4/16 12:33pm Ike:

I have a fever. Got any soothing new age sounds?
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 12:34pm chris:

feelin' the friday vibe in this Braer Rabbit
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 12:34pm Cecile:

Ike, find a 10-hour nature sounds loop on YouTube, that helps.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 12:34pm chris:

perhaps some whales and gongs, Ike? feel better, man.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 12:37pm Cecile:

yeah, what chris said. I just got off a week of stomach flu and oy.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 12:37pm Cecile:

Gelbart is Tony Coulter's favorite.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 12:38pm Cecile:

ve are showroom dummies
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 12:43pm Cecile:

I like it when Bryce gets funky.
  Fri. 3/4/16 12:45pm Brendan:

Ike put on some velvet underwear and drink some orange juice. Works for me.
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 12:48pm Mister Dobalina:

Lovin' the sounds! A+++
  Fri. 3/4/16 12:49pm Ike:

Thanks folks. I was kidding about the soothing new age sounds. Although I admit I *was* listening to Soma's drone channel earlier. That seemed to help a bit w/the headache. The ibuprofen sure ain't working.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 12:50pm Cecile:

Okay, cold washrag. A little caffeine if you can handle it.
  Fri. 3/4/16 1:02pm Avalonrick:

This is hitting the spot today. Snow and cold outside
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 1:08pm Bryce:

helloooo, everyones

running up and down stairs today!
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 1:13pm Bryce:

ike, i could put on some namanax for you
  Fri. 3/4/16 1:13pm Brendan:

I once dreamed I was in an Escher drawing and was going down the up stairway
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 1:14pm Wild Neil:

Greetings Bryce et al. Peace be unto you all.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 1:16pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Happy Friday, ye fine people!
  Fri. 3/4/16 1:18pm Brendan:

Son of a this Ilitch kicks balls!
  Fri. 3/4/16 1:20pm Darvon Pike:

II am reminded of a certain incessant hum that used to eminate from my cellar. An electronic sound, though not of the typical 60-cycle variety. Rather, this was something else. Something unnerving. So much so that one evening I took it upon my self to take a sledgehammer to a wall down there, to see if I might locate the source of this chronic hum; this maddening buzz which had begun to invade my every waking moment, and often would stir me from my fitful slumber at night. After a few well-placed blows with the heavy hammer, and a good bit of flying dust and debris, I was able to pinpoint the source of the noise. A tiny, silver device of some sort. Smooth and featureless. Cold to the touch. It vibrated slightly, and when I placed my fingers upon it, a mild shock of some sort passed through me, and I was left dizzy and nauseous. In the course of the next few weeks I lost weight, my vision deteriorated. My mental state corroded to the point where I was eventually institutionalized and diagnosed as being delusional, paranoid, and unfit to walk amongst my fellow men. As for the device itself, it disappeared from the drawer in which I had hidden it, even though I am quite sure that no one took it. It seemed to have been teleported away somewhere. By whom or what entity, I do not know. I can only say that, in its absence, my health and vigor returned, my thoughts cleared, and I was released from my involuntary incarceration at the institution. I have never spoken of the device since then, until now. Until this music reminded me of it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 3/4/16 1:23pm Whosondephone:

Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 1:23pm Bryce:

i Know, brother

Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 1:24pm chris:

well, the piece is called periodic mind trouble...
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 1:25pm Ike:

That previous spacey thing (Young Scientist, I presume) was exactly what I was looking for! Thanks Bryce.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 1:25pm Michael in Seattle:

some such devices often have usb ports
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 3/4/16 1:25pm Dave in Vermont:

Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 1:26pm George of Troy:

@ Darvon: Did you ever play trombone with the Kim Suk Chul band?
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 1:26pm Michael in Seattle:

back to the cam

  Fri. 3/4/16 1:28pm Matt:

I think I have permanentikmindtrouble. But I still like this.
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 1:29pm βrian:

This so reminds me of summer car rides, en route to the cabin in northern Michigan.
  Fri. 3/4/16 1:30pm Lyle:

You may be confusing Darvon with me. I am a trombonist who occasionally posts here. As far as Kim Suk Chul, no, I never had the pleasure. I was, however, recently asked to lay down a couple of tracks on a Nurse With Wound 12" that is to be released some time in 2016 in Laos (of all places). Unfortunately, I recently underwent a hip replacement and I am still convalescing, which is why I listen to Bryce. I was able to "phone in" a performance which may or may not be included on a new Joan As Police Woman MP4 slated for release in the Omaha-Kansas City area in the fall. This is part of the NEw Regionalism movement we've all been hearing so much about.
  Fri. 3/4/16 1:34pm sdfjones:

Brian, that must be some cabin.
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 1:36pm βrian:

Yes, and Mom would let go of the steering wheel for minutes on end, but we never veered.
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 1:39pm Wild Neil:

@Lyle-what is New Regionalism?
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 1:41pm Chris from DC:

Digging this Apkpatok record much.
  Fri. 3/4/16 1:41pm Lyle:

and that's the thing about this electronic comment board ... one can be so roundly ignored, even after contributing long, heartfelt comments. am i not right? i guess i won't tell you about the time Vic Dana and I short-sheeted Bert Kaemphertat the St. George Utah Ramada. We were New Regionalists way before Arcade Flair or any of these young punks thought about it.
  Fri. 3/4/16 1:43pm Lyle:

Excuse my typos, I'm just upset.
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 1:47pm Wild Neil:

@Lyle-ok, you don't have to answer me. No big deal.
  Fri. 3/4/16 1:49pm Lyle:

Since you asked, Wild Neil, New Regionalism is an emerging movement started by popular American singer, John Davidson, in the late 70's. Initially designed to rekindle the fun and romance of records which were released only in specific areas of the country (before rampant commercialism and demographic fascism forced all music to be accepted nationwide or die on the vine) - New Regionalim is now coming back hard with tailor-made releases targeted at specific "Hot" markets such as Omaha-Kansas City, and Paducah-Berea. This has worked well for bands like Joan as Police Woman, but not so much for more established and successful artists such as Pablo Cruise and Clay Aiken. Where it's all leading, whoc can know? One thing's certain, John Davidson's back-catalog is moving like hasn't been seen in recent memoryl, and no one, I mean no one, could deny that!
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 1:50pm Bryce:

lyle, was that same trip you soaked all of pete fountain's reeds in castor oil while he was having his continental breakfast?
  Fri. 3/4/16 1:50pm Lyle:

Excuse typos. Replaced hip is irritated. Redness is happening.
  Fri. 3/4/16 1:51pm Lyle:

Close, Bryce! We actually replaced his Chiclets with Feen-A-Mint on that tour date! Those were such fun times. Good show, buddy!
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 1:51pm βrian:

I've read bee-sting therapy helps. Don't use the Africanized bees, though.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 1:52pm George of Troy:

@ Lyle: Given the hip replacement, I guess you won't be scaling any more water towers for a while.
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 1:52pm Wild Neil:

@Lyle-that is an excellent idea! Thank you for explaining it to me. For some reason I think it would be cool to have regional bands on local TV stations. I have seen that in Buffalo where there is a yearly Syd Barret tribute that is aired on local TV...
  Fri. 3/4/16 1:57pm steve:

todays show has really got me by the brain banana
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 1:58pm βrian:

Honey, the macaques have gotten into the kitchen again.
  Fri. 3/4/16 1:59pm Lyle:

Buffalo! Remind me to tell you about the time Fred Smerlas and I bum-rushed a Vincent Gallo book signing at Canisius!
  Fri. 3/4/16 2:00pm bill:

wiggy... this is like a soundtrack of what I'm actually doing
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 2:00pm Wild Neil:

@Brian-my wife visited Costa Rica and there are like a billion Capuchin monkeys everywhere. They get into everything but basically leave you -and your property-alone. One guy decided to try to drive them off by yelling at them. They proceded to vandalize the shit out of his house, tearing off lighting fixures etc as retribution. There is a lesson there somewhere....@Lyle-you did what??
  Fri. 3/4/16 2:05pm steve:

what in gods name are we listening to
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 3/4/16 2:08pm sphere:

i don't think God has anything to do with it....
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 2:08pm Wild Neil:

Various ‎– Nice Weather For War
Kye ‎– Kye 38
CD, Compilation, Limited Edition

24 Aug 2015
Field Recording
  Fri. 3/4/16 2:14pm steve:

Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 3/4/16 2:14pm Cliff:

Just checking in. I see Lyle is back! And of course he'd be doing some sessions with NWW, sounds totally plausible.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 3/4/16 2:25pm Dave in Vermont:

Jane Siberia speaking in tongues on a bad day.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 3/4/16 2:25pm Dave in Vermont:

Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 2:27pm Michael in Seattle:

Yupik, we choose
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 3/4/16 2:28pm Dave in Vermont:

@Michael, the harbor cam is nice; I tuned int right as a crow was flying up at the lense.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 2:29pm Michael in Seattle:

i find it calming
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 2:33pm βrian:

I hear a squadron of Mitsubishi Zeros on the harbor cam.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 3/4/16 2:34pm Dave in Vermont:

The PPMI cam is so dynamic!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 2:40pm Cecile:

owl cam
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 2:41pm chris:

i have a sudden craving for 50's, 60's sci-fi/horror movies now...
  Fri. 3/4/16 2:41pm Darvon:

As I am typing this in my small kitchen, I am transfixed by the pattern which repeats and repeats on my linoleum. To clarify, I should state that the linoleum was already installed when I moved in. This was long ago. 1973. Of course, now it is worn and scuffed by my bootheels and the bootheels of the visitors who have come and gone since that time. Mostly they have gone. Still, the linoleum remains, and so does the repeating pattern embossed on the dulled surface of each individual tile. I look down always, and I see the little Dutchman and his windmill. Over and over and over again. The little Dutchman and his windmill. But, today he moved! The little Dutchman I was staring at ... he moved his leg! I saw him! And the windmill turned! Oh, I am not well. I am not well today.
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 2:45pm βrian:

I've watched that Linoleum cam ...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 3/4/16 2:45pm Cliff:

Try some shrooms, Darvon, they always help me when I want to communicate with the little people in my walls and floors
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 2:46pm chris:

Darvocet, got any Narcan?
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 2:51pm Ken From Hyde Park:

@Cecile - I've been following the owl cam for weeks now. There are two owlets and several swamp rats in the nest these days.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 3/4/16 2:52pm sphere:

is there a cam for drying paint?
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 2:53pm Wild Neil:

I would watch a camera store cam.
Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 2:54pm Bryce:

  Fri. 3/4/16 2:55pm CP:

On Don Rickles "Hello Dummy" LP, he compares the excitement of meeting Ed Sullivan to "watching a casket warp," and "watching a fly crawl up a drape."
  Fri. 3/4/16 2:58pm βrian:

@Cecile: swamp rats? Really? What are they looking to to?
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 2:59pm George of Troy:

Thanks, Bryce! Great show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 3/4/16 2:59pm Cliff:

Thanks Bryce :D
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 3:00pm chris:

thanks, Bryce!
  Fri. 3/4/16 3:00pm Brendan:

Avatar Fri. 3/4/16 3:01pm βrian:

I meant, @Ken from HP ...
  Fri. 3/4/16 3:01pm Lyle:

Great show, Bryce. The Blue Chemise reminded me of the time I played 4th 'bone for George Shearing in support of his Blue Chiffon LP. Shearing was blind, but he was stubborn, so he insisted on driving the tour bus whenever possible. I would often sit next to him and bark out directions, but sometimes I was unable to keep him from sideswiping parked autos or even striking the occasional pedestrian. The funniest moment was the time he drove the bus directly into the Holiday Inn Pool in Lawrence, Kansas, after a particularly unsuccessful gig there. I can't say that George did it on purpose, though he was irritated and he seemed to be ignoring my directions. At any rate, this behavior pre-dated Keith Moon's car/pool antics by a couple of decades. Shearing was ahead of his time. Just like you, Bryce.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 3/4/16 3:04pm Ken From Hyde Park:

@βrian - (If you're still here.) The male owl fetches swamp rats and brings them to a nearby branch. The female owl then brings the dead rats to the nest and feeds them to the owlets. I learned that from the comments section of the owl cam page.
  Sat. 4/16/16 1:40pm andypyne:

Still got copies of the Braer Rabbit record for sale, www.foolproofprojects.co.uk/braer-rabbit/allez-z, this is the original, no need for a re-press when no one buys the damn thing in the first place...
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