Options A440 / Stochastic Hit Parade with Bethany Ryker: Playlist from September 28, 2008 Options

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

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Options September 28, 2008: Screwdriving and Greyhounding

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Peter Eotvos  Cricket Music   Options Creel Pone: Assorted Singles Compilation Vol. 2  Creel Pone     
Trio Slicnaton  Still Still   Options       0:04:11 (Pop‑up)
Schwimmer / Caine / Feldman  Sacrifice   Options Theremin Noir  November    0:07:49 (Pop‑up)
Brightblack Morning Light  Summer Hoof   Options Motion To Rejoin  Matador    0:12:32 (Pop‑up)
Tod Dockstader  Night Wolves / Steam Megawatt   Options Electronic Music for Television & Radio    Published by Boosey & Hawkes  0:17:42 (Pop‑up)
 
Twi the Humble Feather  Adventures of Castle One   Options Music for Spaceships and Forests  Friendly Ghost    0:28:57 (Pop‑up)
Alastair Galbraith          0:35:17 (Pop‑up)
Anthony Milton          0:35:18 (Pop‑up)
Maryanne Amacher  Sound Characters   Options       0:38:38 (Pop‑up)
Robert Ashley          0:42:11 (Pop‑up)
Varios: from Ars Electronica 2002  soiree   Options       0:48:19 (Pop‑up)
          1:03:51 (Pop‑up)
Alexander Scriabin  Poem Op. 32, No. 1   Options Scriabin and the Scriabinians  Le Chant du Monde  performed by Scriabin, on a recording from 1910  1:07:54 (Pop‑up)
Ricard Grayson  Mister 528 for player piano   Options Ballet mecanique and other works for player pianos, percussion, and electronics  Emf    1:10:04 (Pop‑up)
Kris De Baerdemacker  Studies for Player Piano #1,3,5   Options New Music for Player Piano  Logos    1:27:31 (Pop‑up)
Goldmund  [4]   Options Two Point Discrimination  Western Vinyl    1:26:35 (Pop‑up)
 
Giacinto Scelsi  Quattro Pezzi (su una nota sola) Nos. 1 & 2   Options The Orchestral Works, Volume 2  Mode    1:44:21 (Pop‑up)
John Eaton  Microtonal Fantasy   Options Tone Over Tone: Microtonal Keyboard Works  Opus One  performed by Loretta Goldberg  1:45:28 (Pop‑up)
Phil Kline  Franz in the Underworld   Options The Alternative Schubertiade: Homages, Deconstructions and Reinventions  CRI    1:55:26 (Pop‑up)
 
Wayne Peterson (b. 1927)  String Quartet No. 2   Options Alexander String Quartet      2:09:36 (Pop‑up)
Louis Sclavis  La Fuite   Options Dans la Nuit  ECM  Music for the silent movie by Charles Vanel  2:23:21 (Pop‑up)
Arastoo & Aemae  Ostrakon (excerpt)   Options Ostrakon  Isounderscore    2:29:26 (Pop‑up)
    Teasim      2:57:44 (Pop‑up)
Davey Graham          2:58:08 (Pop‑up)
Cataldo  Signal Flare   Options       2:58:31 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  9:03pm Plinky:

welcome back
  9:07pm Kyle:

I unplugged my girlfriends iPod and put her headphones into the computer so she can listen to the show.
  9:09pm bethany:

I hope that was OK with your gal! It's nice to be back, by the way - thanks!
  9:10pm Plinky:

lol kyle was she sleeping.

bummer about the shortened time slot on the new schedule!
  9:13pm Kyle:

She is not sleeping and does not seem to mind. As always the show is awesome.
  9:17pm Spankyflop:

Is this an Eno cover?
  9:20pm Nick:

Okay, where am I? Wow, that Brightblack Morning Light track was envigorating.. gotta check them out!
  9:23pm brucey:

We can download the mp3 of the show and slow it down via some sort of audio software
  9:30pm doubleB:

Hi my name is double b. Check out my song called Ramen Noodles.

http://www.myspace.com/doubleb
  9:36pm brucey:

Bethany, how about some Clive Bell?
  9:38pm pete:

Awesome, go NZ! alastair is playing next month in auckland (with nigel wright), am hyped..
  9:38pm pete:

sorry i mean Peter wright. but nigel is choice too
  9:53pm john:

Once again I have to stop trying to concentrate on what I was doing because the music is so engrossing. Counter-productive, this show is. Probably why I dig it so much.
  10:21pm Kyle:

This music is very fitting right now. I am rushing to get a project done that is due tomorrow before I go crazy in here!
  10:47pm Pinky:

would luv to hear some ramen noodles..
  10:49pm roger lee nester:

chicken or beef scale????
  10:52pm roger lee nester:

i preffer cambells condensed cream of sound--um--love the sound of crackers in the evening
  10:56pm roger lee nester:

cops commented--copper cowbell clappers copped in cleveland--clues coming
  10:58pm roger lee nester:

GOOD SHOW---THANKS WFMU
  11:00pm roger lee nester:

I LOVE THE PINK FLOYD---I JUST FOUND THE INTERNET--NO MEANT THEIR SOUNDS ON THE INTERNET
  11:10pm roger lee nester:

I LIKE THE WAY THE STRINGS SEDUCE THE FINGERS FOR A CHANGE
  11:16pm roger lee nester:

sorry--not making fun at you --i am listener in west virginia--loving music!!
  11:20pm roger lee nester:

inspires me to be funny--don't know why??--but i am having fun!!!
  11:22pm roger lee nester:

remember larry of 3 stooges--played that big bass fiddle ---i must have watched too much???
  11:26pm roger lee nester:

i am giving wfmu MOE power--not SHIMPING on CURLEY words
  11:28pm roger lee nester:

if i remember larry of 3 stooges left us some of his music--let's locate that soon--i will look too
  11:33pm roger lee nester:

thanks bethany--appreciate the music--i love all music--my usuall forte is indie music--but love all!!!!
  11:40pm roger lee nester:

p.s --i got to see the 3 stooges perform live on stage as a boy-in chicago-saw shemp get whipped cream on face from a mixer---no not a sound mixer--the real thing!
  11:45pm roger lee nester:

p.s.--i have one more claim to fame i want to put out there----i shook hands with supperman(george reeves)--at palisades park in new jersey--in around 56 57--he had his superman costume on too!!--wow--really true
  11:48pm roger lee nester:

I LOVE WFMU---i used to live in runnemead--i think it was
  11:50pm roger lee nester:

my memory of new jersey faint--i remember white horse pike --my home near thear there-in runnymead
  11:52pm roger lee nester:

once lived in camden near cambell soup factory--a hurricane struck our house--just remembered
  11:53pm pete:

the arastoo track was lovely!!
  11:55pm roger lee nester:

thanks but i can't take all the credit
  12:00am john:

friends don't let friends comment drunk
  12:02am Ike:

HA! Yeah seriously.
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