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Options February 8, 2009: Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults Loosely Defined. Lux Interior and Max Neuhaus RIP.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
Cabaret Voltaire  Eastern Mantras   Options Three Mantras  Rough Trade  1980        0:00:00 ()
Jil Jilala  Liyam Tnadi (The Days Are Calling)   Options V/A: Chaabi Music From Al-Maghrib  Mississippi    Cassette      0:20:18 ()
Group Bombino  Imouhare   Options Guitars From Agadez, Vol. 2  Sublime Frequencies  2008  LP    *   0:24:42 ()
Pari Zangeneh  Aye Laili   Options Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults  KS  1976        0:28:47 ()
Marissa Nadler  Rosary   Options Little Hells  Kemado  2009      *   0:31:59 ()
DJ LeDeuce  A bit of Olden Times (excerpt)   Options             0:35:51 ()
Blue Sky Boys  Down on the Banks of the Ohio   Options Anthology of American Folk Music, Vol. 4  Revenant  2000        0:37:44 ()
Otha Cooper  No Room at the Hotel   Options V/A: Art of Field Recording Vol. II  Dust to Digital  2008        0:41:04 ()
Meissner/Slavin/Sachs  Interior/Nova Huta   Options Into The Void  Sub Rosa  2006    from Ran Slavin's section "Segments from the Snow"    0:45:15 ()
The Necks  The Boys I   Options Music from The Boys  Wild Sound  1998    Film soundtrack    0:49:48 ()
DJ LeDeuce  16 (excerpt)   Options             1:07:29 ()
Sum of R  Physically Deformed   Options Sum of R  Utech  2008      *   1:22:23 ()
Antony & The Johnsons  Dust and Water   Options The Crying Light  Secretly Canadian  2009      *   1:25:21 ()
Brethren of the Free Spirit  The Wolf Also Shall Dwell With the Lamb   Options The Wolf Also Shall Dwell With the Lamb  Important  2008      *   1:27:55 ()
The Go-Betweens  Apology Accepted   Options Liberty Belle and the Black Diamond Express  Beggar's Banquet  1986    Tune in next week fer a guest dj set w/ Go-Betweens bassist Robert Vickers!    1:36:30 ()
Hildegard Knef  Friedenskampf und Schadenfreude   Options Knef  Telefunken  1970        1:49:00 ()
Super Reverb  Hey Mr Rambler   Options Jack Potatoe 7"  Earsugar Jukebox  2008  7"    *   1:54:43 ()
God  Return to Hell   Options Possession  Virgin  1992        1:58:58 ()
The Cramps  Garbageman   Options Songs The Lord Taught Us  Illegal  1979  LP  RIP Lux!    2:04:42 ()
The Cramps  The Crusher   Options Psychedelic Jungle  IRS  1981  LP      2:07:49 ()
The Cramps  You Got Good Taste   Options Smell of Female  Enigma  1983  LP      2:09:42 ()
The Cramps  She Said   Options Bad Music for Bad People  IRS  1984  LP      2:13:13 ()
Yesufu Olatunji  Orin Boys   Options Awon Ojise Olorun (V/A)  Savannahphone  2006        2:27:24 ()
Franco & Le Tpok Jazz  Mambu ma Miondo   Options Francophonic  Stern's Music  2008        2:28:13 ()
PDX Underground  #3   Options Demo      Cassette      2:32:54 ()
The Vegetable Orchestra  Stoik   Options Automate  Transacoustic Research  2003        2:34:22 ()
Pierre Bastien  Talou VII   Options Les Premieres Machines 1968 - 1988  Gazul  2006        2:39:50 ()
Homer Quincy Smith  I Want Jesus To Talk With Me   Options V/A: American Primitive Volume II - Pre-War Revenants  Revenant  2005        2:43:16 ()
Max Neuhaus  Four Systems - For Four Amplified Cymbals (Earl Brown)   Options New York School: Nine Realizations of Cage, Feldman, Brown  Alga Marghen  2004    prev. unreleased recordings - this one from '64    2:46:04 ()

Listener comments!

  Sun. 2/8/09 12:26am luke poot:

heya dude! cannot express how much i'm lovin the sounds!!! thankyous
  Sun. 2/8/09 12:28am Andy:

Win. I guess it's not for everybody, though. My girlfriend told me to turn it off. Instead, I put on my headphones.
  Sun. 2/8/09 12:33am D. Blumin:

Thx, Luke!
Andy, you're a true diplomat & gentleman! Thx fer stickin around!
  Sun. 2/8/09 12:57am sherri:

  Sun. 2/8/09 1:14am D. Blumin:

Thx fer checking in, Sherri!
  Sun. 2/8/09 1:20am stingy d:

shit man! i just bought this dario argento soundtracks box set. and i am so happy!!! but i am alone and had to share this thought with someone who migth understand.

great show ? byt ehway
  Sun. 2/8/09 1:22am stingy d:

ps - i want to listen to your show because i don't know any of the artists in your playlist... but i'm struggling to pry myself.... arghh the joy and pain of new music!!
  Sun. 2/8/09 1:26am hey blumin:

i googled you and it thought i meant blumkin. i think blumkins are some sort of sexual fetish that i will elect not to describe for fear of being incorrect.

i should go now.
  Sun. 2/8/09 1:32am Andy:

I took the headphones off and put it back on the speakers, since she is done watching her silly TV show. She just asked, "what the hell are you listening to? Do you really like everything that comes on here?" I tried to explain how the new and challenging music keeps my mind sharp and engaged while I memorize amino acid functional groups. I don't think she gets it.
  Sun. 2/8/09 1:35am D. Blumin:

Hiya Stingy! Awesome about the box! That's some competition for your ears! Thanks for stickin around! I'll try my best!
  Sun. 2/8/09 1:43am D. Blumin:

Andy! Amino Acids! That's exactly what this show is about! Tell her that!
  Sun. 2/8/09 1:44am May 4, 1970:

Hi Dan: Oh so good tonite; wonderful music. I am so envious of your job; it would surely be a dream to me being a free-form music radio guru. Thanks, WFMU is always playing on my PC.
  Sun. 2/8/09 1:50am Ike:

I just got in. Perfect timing for me. Caught that great Brethren track and missed Antony. Hooray!

Andy, some will never understand the awesomeness of a constant flow of new and unusual sound discoveries. Just like I'll never understand the appeal of Antony! I hope y'all have something else in common.
  Sun. 2/8/09 1:52am Andy:

Haha! She's great and I love her. She's just kind of doing other things in the background and not paying attention to the music. Every once in a while she listens and just thinks it's strange. I tried to explain how there is this very talented and unexpected flow from one song to the next and it all makes sense, somehow...
Thanks for getting me through a long day of studying. Greetings from Salt Lake City, btw.
  Sun. 2/8/09 1:54am sherri:

pink frost by the chills? colossal tearjerker,perfect for the 14th.
  Sun. 2/8/09 1:55am D. Blumin:

Hey Blumin,
I'm talkin to myself again! Of course Blumkins are a sexual fetish - you really don't want to know about Blumins - truss me... It's beyond Thunderdome! G'night!
  Sun. 2/8/09 2:02am D. Blumin:

Thanks for the great suggestion, Sherri! That's a gem!
  Sun. 2/8/09 2:05am D. Blumin:

Ike, you funny guy! Brother Antony will not be pleased!
Andy, greetings to Salt Lake! It all makes sense cos you've been studying amino acids all day!
  Sun. 2/8/09 2:11am Keili:

Daniel! Please let everyone know that I have a live set/interview with MimiSun on my show tonight!
Great show! RIP Lux!
  Sun. 2/8/09 2:11am Andy:

Yes, it would seem that the energy waves combine in ways that send pleasing chemical signals to the receptor proteins in my my auditory pathways. You are right. These interactions between my sentience and the energy waves is dependent on the arrangement of amino acids. Or something like that.
On another note, does anybody else end up with at least a sticky pad page full of scribbled songs and artists to search for after these shows? Hildegard Knef is definitely on the list.
  Sun. 2/8/09 2:15am May 4, 1970:

I too have scribbled names of artists and songs lying about; from which album did the Hildegard Knef cut come from--really outstanding.
  Sun. 2/8/09 2:24am admjxn:

saw the cramps 3 times...first 2 Lux was really wild and crazy (Nov 97 and March 98) , but the 3rd in April of '06 he wasn't so much. Makes me wonder if the doc told him to take it easy.
  Sun. 2/8/09 2:25am admjxn:

I meant april 03
  Sun. 2/8/09 2:26am admjxn:

btw...Blumin and Cufflinks.....best Sat. late night double feature
  Sun. 2/8/09 2:42am D. Blumin:

Thx, May 4 1970! Was that a happy day?
Guys, I'll update the playlist w/ more info after ze show...
Thnkee kindlee, admjxn!
  Sun. 2/8/09 2:47am May 4, 1970:

It was a very bad day--changed my life forever, and mostly for the worse. The Kent State Murders kinda turned me into an anti-government protest cat, an alchoholic, a curmudgeon, etc. Not good.
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