Options A440 / Stochastic Hit Parade with Bethany Ryker: Playlist from November 4, 2007 Options

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Options November 4, 2007: Just For the Records: PERFORMA07 with Francis Baudevin

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Philip Corner / Anton Lukoszevieze  Soloist Piece   Options      
PERFORMA Radio Francis Baudevin - Just for the Records
Francis Baudevin [Presented by PERFORMA Radio]  Just for the Records   Options     Dickie Landry - Alto Flute Quad Delay / beginning (Wergo Spectrum) 1978 Henryk Mikolaj Gorecki - Symphonie n°3 Chant n°2 lento e Largo / ending (Erato) James Tenney - Saxony David Mott, saxophone / beginning (Composer Recordings Inc.) 1985 Chales Curtis - Ultra White Violet Light / excerpt from side A: Cellos, sine tones, sustained electric guitars (Beau Rivage/Squealer) 1999 Terry Riley - Poppy Nogood and the Phantom Band /short excerpt (Columbia) 1968 Wayne Rogers - The Will to Distort / ending (Twisted Village) 1992 Current Ninety Three - Moon : Page 209, Twenty eighteen Now (Durtro) 1998 Glenn Branca - Acoustic Phenomena / B Side, 7 inch record with Dan Graham’s publication « Pavillons », Kunsthalle Bern 1983 Ennio Morricone - The Electric Chair, Original Sountrack Recording « Sacco & Vanzetti » (RCA) 1971 Unrest - Food and Drink Synthesizer (4AD) 1993 Phil Harmonic - Timing - « Blue » Gene Tyranny / Just for the Record (lovely Music) 1979 David Byrne – Winter (ECM) 1985 Phil Niblock A Third Trombone / excerpt Jon English, trombone (India Navigation)1982 Jon English - Electrombonics / excerpt trombone and tape delay system (1750 Arch) 1983 Ruth Anderson - Points (1973-74) from New Music for Electronic and Recorded Media (1750 Arch) 1977 Pan-American – Part One (Kranky) 1997 Unrest - Volume Reference Tone (Guernica) 1992 Click here to visit PERFORMA 
Francis Baudevin [Presented by PERFORMA Radio]  Just for the Records   Options     Part II: Unrest - Volume Reference Tone (Guernica) 1992 FB – Sound/Found ( 2007) a slow pitch manipulation with the uncredited B side of two copies of a 7 inch record included with the Eugenio Carmi’s book « Stripsody » (Arco d’Albert edizioni d’arte & Kiko Galleries) 1966 Daniel Lentz - Postludium / beginning (New Albion) 1985 Andrew Chalk - Over the Edges / 3 (Streamline) 1999 New Humans - Avant S Avant / beginning of the side A (New Humans) 2006 John Cage - Fontana Mix – Feed (1965) Electronics & Percussion / Five Realizations by Max Neuhaus (Columbia) Alvin Lucier - Music on a Long Thin Wire / except of the side D (Lovely Music) 1980 Yoshi Wada - Lament for the Rise and Fall of the Elephantine Crocodile (India Navigation Company) 1982 Alan Licht - Polarity / excerpt (Siltbreeze) 1994 Angus MacLise - Smothered under Astral Collapse (Quakebasket ) SufJan Stevens - Detroit, Lift Up Your Weaary Head ! (Rebuild ! Restore ! Reconsider !) / ending (Asthmatic Kitty) 2003 Tony Conrad - May (Table of the Elements) 1995 Terry Riley – very short tape manipulation used at the end of the side 1 of In C (Columbia) Click here to visit PERFORMA 
Brasserie Trio  Musique Mecanique   Options Musique Mecanique  Leo   
Henry Brant  All Souls Carnival (1949)   Options Works from a Lifetime  newport classic   
Dale Lloyd  Airs for Beacons / Signals for Ports   Options Airport Symphony  Room 40   
Lauhkeat Lampaat  [2]   Options Taikaas Takataskussa  Peippo   
Karen Dalton  Prettiest Train   Options Cotton Eyed Joe  Megaphone   
Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble  New Frankiphone Blues   Options Singles  Midday Music   

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Listener comments!

  10:30pm (mta) Tony:

Hi Bethany, just checkin' in with ya so you don't feel all alone. We're listening and feelin' good! Thanx for the grooves. Were you able to find anything of particular interest to you at the Fair?
  10:33pm ?:

i love it!
  10:48pm bethany:

ah yes, I did find something of interest...I only purchased ONE record this year. (Many of you know I've been scouring public libraries lately). But you all have to wait until next week for the identity of said record to be announced. Did you hunt and gather records at the fair?
  10:50pm ?:

When you say "records" do you mean actual vinyl? Do people still play those big black things? I have a closet full of them that I haven't played in a decade or more. Maybe I should have taken a booth at the record fair.
  11:07pm Ike:

I'd say the fair was perhaps 70% vinyl and maybe 25% CDs, at least on Saturday. Is that about right? Did it seem like more vinyl and fewer CDs than usual to anybody else? But then, I usually go on Sundays rather than Saturdays. Maybe it's different on Sundays.

I never liked vinyl. I was soooooo happy when CDs were invented and became popular. You need to spend lots of money to get a turntable that sounds decent, whereas CD players are more standardized and don't have needles that need replacement, and CDs are far easier to store and manage. But I gained a new appreciation for vinyl at my college radio station, because the some of the other DJs were evil thieving punks who'd steal CDs, but not usually vinyl. So if we got something good on vinyl, sometimes it would stick around for a while.
  11:38pm Dan:

loving the show in Falls Church, VA (right outside DC)
  11:45pm amber rambler:

Absolutely perfect soundtrack for some sunday night coupon clipping.
  12:01am (mta) Tony:

No Bethany, I couldn't make it to the Fair this year. We're eager to find out what YOU found, though! Thanks for writing back. You've done a terrific Sunday evening show. Much appreciated.
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