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Options February 6, 2008: The Motorcade Sped On

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
The Sea and Cake  The Cheech Wizard...   Options Two Gentlemen 12"    Bundy K. Brown remix    0:00:00 (Real)
Timothy Leary  You Can Be Anything   Options         0:06:33 (Real)
Obama, etc  Yes We Can   Options         0:12:46 (Real)
Hillary  Can Do Spirit   Options         0:14:43 (Real)
Steinski and Mass Media  The Motorcade Sped On   Options 12"        0:15:57 (Real)
Aretha Franklin  People Get Ready   Options Queen of Soul, The Atlantic Recordings        0:19:51 (Real)
 
Stiff LIttle FIngers  Bloody Dub   Options         0:29:42 (Real)
Aphex Twin  Windowlicker   Options single        0:32:57 (Real)
Vortex OST  Black Box   Options New York Noise 2  Soul Jazz      0:39:12 (Real)
Tom Ze  Toc   Options Brazil Classics 4: The Best of Tom Ze  Luaka Bop      0:44:17 (Real)
Tom Ze  To   Options Brazil Classics 4: The Best of Tom Ze        0:47:29 (Real)
Joao Gilberto  Eu Quero Um Samba   Options Joao Gilberto    A little samba for the vote counters, by request.    0:49:54 (Real)
Nara Leao  Quem te Viu Quem Te Ve   Options 67    reish from 2005    0:54:32 (Real)
 
Isa Koyate  Welcome   Options         1:03:56 (Real)
Bokar Rimpoche  Ambience de Montagne   Options Sacred Chants & Tibetan Rituals        1:07:13 (Real)
Bokar Rimpoche  Prise de refuse par Lama Tcheupel   Options Sacred Chants & Tibetan Rituals        1:08:14 (Real)
Bedah-Avaz Tasnif-e Kurdi  Track 6   Options The Music of Islam, Vol. 12  Celestial Harmonies      1:11:37 (Real)
Art Ensemble of Chicago  Theme "Libre"   Options Americans Swinging in Paris        1:16:20 (Real)
Andrew Hill  New Monastery   Options Points of Departure  Blue Note      1:25:09 (Real)
 
Matana Roberts Quartet  Love Call   Options The Chicago Project  Central Control    *   1:36:50 (Real)
Paal Nilssen-Love/Lasse Marhaug  Personal Hygiene   Options Personal Hygiene  Utech      1:47:22 (Real)
 
Kelley Stoltz  The Birmingham Eccentric   Options Circular Sounds  Sub Pop    *   2:03:38 (Real)
The Virgins  Rich Girls   Options         2:06:36 (Real)
Times New Viking  Drop-Out   Options Rip It Off      *   2:10:10 (Real)
Johnny Moped  Ruby Don't Take Your Love to the Vibrators/Boogie City   Options The Johnny Moped Bootleg Tapes  Damaged Goods    *   2:11:45 (Real)
Yeasayer  Sunrise   Options All Hour Cymbals  We Are Free    *   2:13:09 (Real)
Valet  Drum Movie   Options Naked Acid  Kranky    *   2:16:36 (Real)
Tom Djll  Schizt   Options Smudge  Soul on Rice    *   2:23:33 (Real)
Markus Guenter  Oceans Day   Options Pop Ambient 2008  Kompakt    *   2:28:35 (Real)
 
Slow Six  Evening WIthout Atonement (Before I Sleep)   Options Private Times in Public Places  Western Vinyl    *   2:39:11 (Real)
 
FM3 & Dou Wei  Track 6   Options Hou Gaun Yin  Iona      3:02:56 (Real)
Jose Maceda  Strata   Options Drone and Melody  Tzadik      3:06:33 (Real)
Harry Nilsson  Everything's Got 'Em - Me and My Arrow - etc.   Options The Point        3:11:38 (Real)
Ida  Lovers Prayers   Options Lovers Prayers  Polyvinyl      3:22:23 (Real)
Tift Merritt  Morning is My Destination   Options Another Country  Fantasy      3:27:09 (Real)
 
Jonny Greenwood  (several)   Options There Will Be Blood OST  Nonesuch  http://www.newyorker.com/arts/critics/musical/2008/02/04/080204crmu_music_ross  *   3:36:51 (Real)
Fernando Otero  Ausencias   Options Pagina de Buenos Aires  Nonesuch    *   3:47:29 (Real)
Food  Texturas   Options Molecular Gastronomy  Rune Grammofon    *   3:52:16 (Real)

Listener comments!

  Wed. 2/6/08 2:38am Ike:

Licking windows is generally inadvisable.
  Wed. 2/6/08 2:41am Scott:

Generally...
  Wed. 2/6/08 2:50am sally en cali:

tom ze will do. we are up all night on this side of the country.
  Wed. 2/6/08 2:55am sally en cali:

much respect from election workers.
  Wed. 2/6/08 5:00am slugluv1313:

greetings Scott! and thank-you for beautiful music! (ALWAYS appreciated but especially now, due to headache-inducing racket from broken refrigerator!)
  Wed. 2/6/08 5:05am Scott:

Ah you are quite welcome.
  Wed. 2/6/08 5:06am ike:

does hilary make bush sweat
  Wed. 2/6/08 5:09am Scott:

Metaphorically?
  Wed. 2/6/08 5:11am IKE:

LITERARY
  Wed. 2/6/08 5:18am Scott:

Hmmmm.
  Wed. 2/6/08 5:27am IKE:

SORRY SCOTT I LICKED THE WINDOW
  Wed. 2/6/08 5:37am marcus:

buddha machine rules!
"the ipod for drone-heads" yeah you are right :-)
  Wed. 2/6/08 5:43am Scott:

Who needs an iPod, really.
  Wed. 2/6/08 5:46am marcus:

yes who need it - everything is music...
the buddhamachine puts maybe some sugar above the noise music outside in cities or the chilling environment sounds in nature :-)
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