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A yurt for the transgenred.

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Options July 28, 2018

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Anahita  A Tapestry to Weave   Options Tourmaline  Three:Four    0:00:00 (MP3 | )
Tsembla  Morfologin Uni   Options Fauna  Ikuisuus    0:11:42 (MP3 | )
Merzouga  Palimpsest of Beginnings and Ends   Options The Wire Tapper Vol. 47  The Wire    0:14:31 (MP3 | )
Part Wild Horses Mane On Both Sides  Ichthys   Options Low Fired Clay Escape  MIE    0:18:13 (MP3 | )
Colin Stetson  The Lure Of The Mine   Options All This I Do For Glory  52Hz    0:22:16 (MP3 | )
Felix Kubin  Qualität Des Staates   Options Felix Kubin  Nuevos Ricos    0:35:08 (MP3 | )
Die Unbekannten  Radio War   Options NDW: Aus Grauer Stade Muaren - Die Neue Deutsche Welle 1977-1985 Tiel 4  Bear Family    0:38:25 (MP3 | )
Freiwillige Selbstkontrolle  Kinderparty   Options Stürmer  A-Musik    0:40:50 (MP3 | )
Der Plan  Lass Die Katze Stehn   Options Unkapitulierbar  Bureau B    0:45:23 (MP3 | )
Andreas Dorau  Demokratie   Options Demokratie  Captain Trip/Atatak    0:47:46 (MP3 | )
Peter Thomas  The Evil Eye   Options 100% Cotton: The Complete Jerry Cotton Edition  Crippled Dick Hot Wax    0:51:44 (MP3 | )
Cordara Orchestra  Trip   Options The Best Of Cordara Orchestra  Irma La Douce    0:52:54 (MP3 | )
 
David Shire  Mini-Manhunt   Options The Taking of Pelham One Two Three  Film Score Monthly    1:07:34 (MP3 | )
Georges Garvarentz  Last Trip of the Truck   Options They Came To Rob Las Vegas!  Harkit    1:09:18 (MP3 | )
Janko Nilovic  Roses and Revolvers   Options Bob Stanley & Pete Wiggs Present Paris In The Spring  Ace    1:13:34 (MP3 | )
Guts Club  Pit Fight   Options Trench Foot  No Label    1:17:17 (MP3 | )
Olivia Chaney  A Tree Grows In Brooklyn   Options Shelter  Nonesuch    1:21:58 (MP3 | )
Nancy Elizabeth  Hey Son   Options Battle and Victory  Timbreland    1:26:25 (MP3 | )
Aimee Lay  Takes One To Know One   Options The Other Side Of You  Respectful Lust    1:29:29 (MP3 | )
Melba Cults  White Mule   Options Delerium Blessings  Cold Cut    1:33:12 (MP3 | )
Lichen Gumbo  If I Needed You Too   Options Boilin'  Aguirre    1:36:21 (MP3 | )
Metabolismus  Angra Mainyu   Options Don't Low Up To The Amped Buenaes  Feeding Tube  split LP with Mono Pause  1:43:29 (MP3 | )
Albatrosh  Duvet Day   Options Night Owl  Rune Grammofon    1:45:46 (MP3 | )
Norberto Lobo  Nariz   Options Estrela  Three:Four    1:50:54 (MP3 | )
Sam Newsome  Against The Grain   Options Sopranoville:New Works For Prepared and Non-Prepared Saxophone  Sam Newsome    1:54:51 (MP3 | )
 
Ellery Eskelin  Still Life   Options Vanishing Point  Hatology    2:05:43 (MP3 | )
Fred Frith  Fooled Again   Options Accidental  Fred    2:09:44 (MP3 | )
The Reveries  My Reverie   Options Blasé Kisses  Rat-Drifting    2:14:46 (MP3 | )
Moondog (Dedelus & Muzzix)   All Is Loneliness   Options Round the World of Sound  New Albion    2:30:05 (MP3 | )
David Simons  Information   Options Prismatic Hearing  Tzadik    2:32:45 (MP3 | )
Brian Reitzell  Shopping   Options American Gods  Milan    2:38:14 (MP3 | )
Harold Budd  Niki D.   Options Luxa  All Saints  from CD 6 of the Budd Box  2:42:23 (MP3 | )
Guy Klucevsek  Song of Remembrance (from Fallen Shadows)   Options Song of Remembrance  Tzadik    2:48:45 (MP3 | )

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 12:07am coelacanth∅:

hello rich and invisible dirigibles
  Sat. 7/28/18 12:09am rich:

good morning coel, et al.
good to be back after a couple of weeks. here is for the eyes: http://www.runefisker.com
Avatar Sat. 7/28/18 12:10am Franco Twinkie:

So, Coel. I was into "customizing" too. But my favorite tool was an electric wood burning iron that I would make three headed army men with arms coming out of there ass.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 12:10am coelacanth∅:

<it's beautiful. what is it?
...i'd say it's the visual manifestation of this music if all those 90º turns were augmented each with loops, as in 1/3 roadway cloverleafs.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 12:11am coelacanth∅:

hahaha Franco!
Avatar Sat. 7/28/18 12:12am Billy Jam:

tuned into your return show Rich
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 12:17am coelacanth∅:

my older brother had a woodburning kit; and he had army toys, like gi joes and little army men, cavalry men, etc....and he was fascinated by perverting the human body. (he built an elaborate cross out of hardwood, complete with a metal plate into which he inscribed "inri", just so he could nail a gi joe to it and then soak it in lighter fluid and burn it; and he drew grotesque versions of people...)
but i never saw him use his woodburning tool for such things.
Avatar Sat. 7/28/18 12:23am Franco Twinkie:

One time this friend of my sister tried to guilt trip here into making clothes for dolls to give to poor children. Well, the dolls just sat out in garage ignored until one day we decided that they needed more fashionable hair cuts. A particular favorite that we came up with was The Challenger named after a local surf band. Not satisfied, we decided to give them a tan with a blowtorch then hang them from the garage rafters. When my dad finally notice them, he just sighed and shook his head. But there they stayed for about a year.
  Sat. 7/28/18 12:23am rich:

was the burning gi joe one of the talking ones with hair or the original with plastic hair?
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 12:25am JakeGould:

Hello Rich!

Also, I knew a complete psycho as a kid who liked “Kiss” (the band) and would burn toys and throw them out the window of the building he lived in.
Avatar Sat. 7/28/18 12:26am Billy Jam:

Kurt on WFMU loves KISS too but he doesn't burn toys - as far as I know :)
  Sat. 7/28/18 12:28am chresti:

Hi Rich! Hi everyone!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 12:29am JakeGould:

Oh, lots of WFMU folks like “Kiss” and are not psychos. Fine with that!
  Sat. 7/28/18 12:29am chresti:

Did he have kiss dolls?
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 12:30am coelacanth∅:

rich, the original ones. he had several. and tanks and a space capsule...i had one, which i got because my older brother had them. i didn't give a shit about gi joes or guns and shit.
he had some peculiar fascinations - many of which involved fire.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 12:30am JakeGould:

He was pretty much a bully and shoplifter, so he’d burn what he stole.
Avatar Sat. 7/28/18 12:32am Billy Jam:

hey chresti
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 12:33am coelacanth∅:

chresti if you're asking me, kiss didn't exist yet; but i'm sure he would not have.
Avatar Sat. 7/28/18 12:33am Billy Jam:

@JakeGould - and which facility is he incarcerated in nowadays?
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 12:36am JakeGould:

@BillyJam: I genuinely wonder—and hope—about that sometimes. FWIW, he lived across the street from me in—wait for it—“Trump Village” so there you go.

Had another friend of a friend who was a pyromaniac but with a purpose. One day in the 1980s at the local pizza place they put up a “Duran Duran” poster. While we’re sitting there he’s constantly wincing his face and saying, “What is this shit?” Plays around with the edge of the poster. We all leave… He tells us to wait up… And he basically pulled the poster little bit off the wall, set it on fire and ran out.

Found out later he enlisted in the Navy as a demolitions expert.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 12:38am coelacanth∅:

Franco i didn't see that @12.23 that's hilarious!
  Sat. 7/28/18 12:38am chresti:

Coel I was asking jake about the kiss psycho
  Sat. 7/28/18 12:39am chresti:

Hi billy!
Avatar Sat. 7/28/18 12:39am Billy Jam:

@Jake - that is too much - Trump Village - LOL and while maybe I would not have taken the same action with the Duran Duran poster I share your buddy's sentiment - hey Rich thanks for playing that Colin Stetson track
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 12:41am coelacanth∅:

right, chresti. that makes more sense. my comment board is freezing, then when i'm not looking, advancing all the way, so i'm missing some things if i don't scroll up to check.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 12:43am coelacanth∅:

i think it's that artist website burdening it. by the way what does "daca" mean? (in relation to the illustration with donald dump in it)
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 12:44am coelacanth∅:

oh never mind. i know.
Avatar Sat. 7/28/18 12:46am Franco Twinkie:

Yes, I liked fire too, I'd burn any thing I could get my hands on. I grew out of that, thankfully. long ago,I read that Tom Verlaine and Richard Hell ran away from home and started a field on fire somewhere in Alabama. About ten years ago, Chresti and I went to hear Richard read somewhere in Venice. After, we were getting a book signed and I said to Richard " I too started a field on fire" He paused for about five seconds then started cracking up. He asked me if I was bored too. i mumbled something about not getting to go to the beach, and the moment passed. He was a punk hero to me. I was quite pleased with my self.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 12:47am JakeGould:

@BillyJam: Without getting too into a Wikipedia-length explanation, I grew up smack across the street from “Trump Village” and this is the interesting thing that I’ll share for us living under a Trump administration.

The neighborhood that used to exist before it was leveled to make way for “Trump Village” was a neighborhood that was informally known as “The Gut.” It was basically the area between Coney Island and Brighton Beach when that area was known as a resort. All of the workers that worked in either area tended to live in “The Gut” and it was predominately filled with immigrants, blacks, hispanics and others.

The Trump family promised to “clean up” the neighborhood by tearing down that area to build their crappy middle class projects. Ironic in the great scheme of things, right?
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 12:48am coelacanth∅:

Franco haha!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 12:49am Scraps.:

Love Der Plan.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 12:51am coelacanth∅:

i liked fire of course, but on 2 occasions that i remember i killed field (with great and somewhat costly effort) fires that someone else had started!
Avatar Sat. 7/28/18 12:51am Billy Jam:

your show is truly on point tonight Rich - thank-you - am thoroughly enjoying every selection!
  Sat. 7/28/18 12:55am chresti:

Yes! This is great! Thanks rich!
  Sat. 7/28/18 12:56am rich:

billy, jake, chresti, franco, scraps, coel,

good to see you're all here tonight
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 12:57am coelacanth∅:

good to see YOU'RE here tonight!
Avatar Sat. 7/28/18 12:58am Billy Jam:

good to be tuned in Rich and in such good company of these fellow FMU fans
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 12:58am northguineahills:

Jeese, my childhood pyromania was boring, blowing up GI Joes w/ fire crackers, pouring gallons of gas down a sewage drain to watch roaches and rats melt to the wall of the 10m chasm in Japan, ( 15m fire above ground level as well) and making pipe bombs to blow up trees. I got over it by the time I was in HS.
Avatar Sat. 7/28/18 1:01am Billy Jam:

and now northguineahills is here too! the whole gang is here. I love it!
  Sat. 7/28/18 1:02am chresti:

Daca is deferred deportation of kids brought to the US -I forgot what the letters stand for at the moment, coel
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 1:02am coelacanth∅:

i did some crazy things with fireworks, mostly out of ignorance to the enormous risks i was taking.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 1:04am Sçraps:

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 1:04am coelacanth∅:

oh chresti i know. i just blanked out. i don't immerse myself in news that makes me depressed so i forget the terminology sometimes.
  Sat. 7/28/18 1:04am chresti:

Sorry when I make random comments hours later without mentioning who I’m responding to
Avatar Sat. 7/28/18 1:06am Franco Twinkie:

It's ironic how little I find willful destruction by fire amusing now, Especially now that California is going up in flames. I think my own gasping for air is punishment for my feckless youth.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 1:07am JakeGould:

As a kid, my only pyromaniac tendencies involved using a magnifying glass to burn things and helping a neighborhood friend collect dud fireworks around this time of year to scrape out the gunpowder and make his own home-made M-80s. I mean we were 10 years old and nobody would let us buy an M-80, so what else could we do?
  Sat. 7/28/18 1:09am chresti:

Oh yeah! Bete!
  Sat. 7/28/18 1:10am chresti:

I never saw rocky horror show
  Sat. 7/28/18 1:12am chresti:

I have to work here, in California -no show for me
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 1:15am coelacanth∅:

my brother never would've set someone else's anything on fire, but he was so fascinated by it that he'd spend days, weeks or in one case months building something to scale as realistically as he could (and he could) so he could watch it burn.
little ho scale wooden houses with furniture and staircases, mostly. all burned.
he constructed model ships from kits. one was the uss constitution. it had something like 5000 pieces - hundreds of cannons, personnel, etc. the masts were cloth and the rope was thread. about 1.5' long. when he finished it he filled the hull with lighter fluid (i think) and explosives, lit it and sent it out on the river. amazing!
Avatar Sat. 7/28/18 1:15am Franco Twinkie:

Jake, Just this afternoon I drove by a house where we would go to buy illegal fireworks when i was a kid. They would take you into a back bedroom that had suitcases full of explosives in the closet. Man, they had everything! They would make a run down to Mexico about once a week to restock.
  Sat. 7/28/18 1:23am sinner:

Squirrel!
Avatar Sat. 7/28/18 1:28am Franco Twinkie:

One time, a friend and I drove down to Ensenada. We were walking around one night, and we went into this store that had a big display case full of fireworks,even quarter sticks of dynamite! The shop keeper was totally drunk and tried to sell us all kinds of shit, but his only advise was if we wanted dynamite we shouldn't light it in town, we should take it to the beach.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 2:02am coelacanth∅:

FT if i say That's Insane! it could be an exclamation or it could be taken literally. your choice.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 2:06am coelacanth∅:

rich the time has come for me to go to bed and to thank you. i'll thank you first. Thank you.
- good night everyone.
  Sat. 7/28/18 2:46am chresti:

Good night! Thanks much!
  Sat. 7/28/18 2:52am rich:

good night everyone. thanks for listening and have a pleasant week. stay tuned for joe d. who's up next and will take you through to 6 am.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 7/28/18 3:00am grtyvr:

great tunes! Thanks Rich
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