Options A440 / Stochastic Hit Parade with Bethany Ryker: Playlist from October 21, 2007 Options

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All the spectacle and clamor you crave...without those pesky crowds.

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Options October 21, 2007: Body as a Second Language

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New
Eric Richards  Chicken Pull (1989 - 1992)   Options The Bells Themselves  New World  for 72 clarinets and 4 whistlers  *  
Ata Ebtekar (aka Sote)  Robot Radif   Options Persian Electronic Music 1966 - 2006  Sub Rosa    *  
Black Dice  Toka Toka   Options Load Blown  Paw Tracks    *  
The Balustrade Ensemble  Szol a zene   Options Capsules  Dynamophone    *  
Gavin Bryars  The Squirrel and the Rickety-Rackety Bridge (1971)   Options The Marvellous Aphorisms of Gavin Bryars: The Early Years  Mode  performed by guitarist Seth Josel  *  
Ahleuchatistas  Post-Colonial Nausea   Options Even in the Midst...  Cuneiform    *  
Mick Turner / Tren Brothers  Carny   Options Blue Trees  Drag City    *  
Take  Man Plays Dirty   Options Earthtones & Concrete  Inner Current    *  
George Brunner  Radio Radio   Options Moving Momentarily: Brooklyn College Electro-Acoustic Ensemble  Electro Acoustic Music Club    *  
Asmus Tietchens  Halbe Tanzmusik   Options Notturno  Die Stadt    *  
David Rosenboom  And Out Comes the Night Ears (1978)   Options Future Travel  New World    *  
Brian Harnetty  The Famous Goldfish Bowl (which is really just a huge jar)   Options American Winter  Atavistic  sound collages that draw from the Berea College Appalacian Sound Archive  *  
Climax Golden Twins  Vientiane   Options 5 Cents a Piece  Abduction    *  
Signal  Robotron   Options Robotron  Raster-Norton    *  
Eric Stokes  Tintinnabulary (Phonic Paradigm IV)   Options New Music Minnesota  Minnesota Composers Forum  LP discarded by KVNO Classical Radio - Omaha, NE   
Eric Richards  Finalbells (2002 - 2004)   Options The Bells Themselves  New World  for 16 chromatic cowbells....  *  
mwvm  Context. Where?   Options Rotations  Silber    *  
Lee Hyla  Trans (1996)   Options Trans  New World  Performed by the Boston Modern Orchestra Project. Gil Rose, conductor  *  
Julia Kent  [15,16,18]   Options Delay  Important    *  
Art Lessing  Nerve   Options The Plastic Couch  An Electric Eggplant    *  

Listener comments!

  9:17pm ?:

budapest trolley chime!
  9:19pm Kyle:

Anyone up for some Charades??
  9:21pm andy:

film, 2 words, first word .... second word ......
  9:21pm bethany:

Charades...now, how would we do that??
  9:23pm andy:

@bethany -- that's 7 words -- and are you sure it's a film
  9:24pm Kyle:

Radio Charades is my favorite
  9:28pm andy:

first word rhymes with Rat Sock Crow Lips
  9:29pm ?:

sox up 3 to 0, sez friend who pays attention
  9:30pm Ki-ull:

Damn red sox!!!
  9:40pm andy s.:

yes, stochasm (?) and baseball. i prefer nl action,though
  9:56pm don:

american pie
  9:57pm andy:

american pie now?
  9:58pm ?:

redsoxcrowlips now!
  10:01pm andy:

Okay. You got the first word right. Clever! Second word rhymes with Now.
  10:04pm ?:

red sox eclipse sow.
  10:07pm Nic:

yey sox
  10:07pm Kyle:

I know how much Bethany loathes Charades, sorry for bringing this sour subject to attention.
  10:07pm ?:

3-1 now.
  10:08pm andy:

I'll have to give it to you because that's actually the sequel. I was thinking of the first film: Red Sox Crow Lips Kappow! which was, as you know, Kevin Costner's first ever a baseball movie - he was a native american indian pitcher who got thumped all over the place. Well done --- not an easy one!
  10:08pm listener jeremy:

a pot sticks holy cow?
  10:09pm andy:

that was the third film -- that's just showing off!
  10:09pm listener jeremy:

hmm just a few seconds too late for guesses... oh well
  10:09pm bethany:

Yeah. I think once I did go on a rant about Charades. Wasn't that three years ago?? Gotta say, kids, you are really out there: I have NO idea what you are talking about. Poor forlorn dj. I'll just play some music.
  10:11pm jeremy:

apack o lips tao? that was a film about the east meeting west mores, right?
  10:13pm ?:

3-2! are the sox sagging around the ankles?
  10:13pm Kyle:

It was actually two years ago. The only reason I know that is because I have a copy of that program on a cassette that I listen to periodically in my car. It skips from that to The Dusty Show on side B.
  10:16pm listener jeremy:

so bethany what's the deal with the sox? do you know someone who's on the team?
  10:17pm andy:

@jeremy --- the same guy did "A Crock O'Ship Down" about a helicopter full of bunny rabbits that gets show down in Somalia.
  10:20pm Kyle:

A water ship down?
  10:20pm bethany:

Why root for the Red Sox? Because I absolutely CATEGORICALLY CANNOT root for a team with that mascot. I just can't.
  10:22pm andy:

Blackwater Down, maybe?
  10:26pm jeremy:

I think this pianist is high
  10:32pm jeremy:

but make no mistake, i enjoy listening to it! i like the music you're playing bethany
  10:40pm andy:

agree -- the beauty of radio charades I think is that because it fully utilises the abdulum stupidum section of the brain - it allows the intellectum musica sensoria supra-mind complete freedom to absorb bethany's beautiful tunes.
  10:54pm jeremy:

how true... and i don't thnk there's anyone here who doesn't recognize the absolute value of the adbulum stupidum section of the brain.

Bethany, next break, can mention to all the listeners how the service that you're rendering has a positive effect on the adbulum stupidum and that we all are in debt to you?

still 2-3, top of the 7th
  10:57pm ?:

i'm gonna say "needs more cowbell" before anyone else can
  10:58pm jeremy:

needs more..... DOH!
  10:59pm jeremy:

andy, was'n that a movie? needs more cowbell?
  11:00pm bethany:

I'll scour the library...there's gotta be a piece for 17 chromatically tuned cowbells in there somewhere!!
  11:03pm andy:

jeremy -- there was The Eclectic Cowbell with Robert Redford?
  11:06pm Andy:

Also Midnight Cowbell played on a 1950's Dustin "Needs More" Hofner acoustic. Does that ring any bells? (oh my god - I can't believe I just punned that badly!)
  11:31pm jeremy:

I believe I just heard a collective sigh on the internet with that pun...

2-5 - top of the eigth - red socks maintain the lead! the happy indian mascot probably isn't smiling right now...
  11:36pm bethany:

Make that 6 - 2, Sox.
  11:44pm jeremy:

  11:50pm jeremy:

wow 11-2

and i don't follow baseball AT ALL. but hey WFMUs DJ's rock
  11:54pm jeremy:

i have the comments section all to myself now, it seems. love the julia kent stuff.
  11:57pm andy:

yeah - Julia Kent stuff was very beautiful -- got lost in it. Lovely.
  12:00am Ike:

I'm visiting my parents in Maryland this weekend and listening to the nifty AAC-Plus stream on their computer, and the great Eric Stokes and Eric Richards pieces really creeped out my mom! She was like, "What is that? Hearts of Space?" Hahahaha! Awesome.
  12:00am jeremy:

11-2 FiNAL

great show bethany. andy, see you on imdb.com. or not ;-)
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