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Lullabies and reveilles. Something for the late nighters and early risers.

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Options March 28, 2009: Fie Die Diddly Dee

Saturday 2am - 6am

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
Dan Deacon  Build Voice   Options Bromst  Carpark 
*   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Euros Childs  Bore Da   Options Bore Da  Wichita 
  0:04:43 (Pop‑up)
Faust  En Veux-Tu des Effets, en Voila   Options C'est com...com...compliqué  Bureau B    *   0:08:58 (Pop‑up)
Yamaneko  Track 5   Options Improvisations      *   0:20:54 (Pop‑up)
Kadiri Gopalnath  Sevikka Vendumaiyya   Options Carnatic Classical Instrumental  T-Series    *   0:25:32 (Pop‑up)
Zuryeth Abeye  Awada   Options Ililta! New Ethiopian Dance Music  Terp    *   0:36:40 (Pop‑up)
Tito Puente  Picao y Tostao   Options The Complete 78s Vol. 3  Fania 
*   0:44:57 (Pop‑up)
Flower & Corsano Duo  The Three Degrees of Temptation   Options The Four Aims  VHF    *   0:47:49 (Pop‑up)
Unknown  Concert Beside the Nubian Museum   Options Jalan Jalan: Traditional Music Recordings  Urck 
*   0:55:54 (Pop‑up)
M Ashraf feat Ahmed Rushdi  Dama Dam Mast Qalandar   Options The Sound of Wonder!  Finders Keepers 
*   1:02:41 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
Gordon Grdina's Box Cutter 
  New Rules for Noise  Spool      1:06:11 (Pop‑up)
Serge Gainsbourg  Melody   Options Histoire de Melody Nelson  Light in the Attic    *   1:14:40 (Pop‑up)
Mendi & Keith Obadike  The Pink of Stealth   Options Mendi & Keith Obadike Present Crosstalk  Bridge 
*   1:21:23 (Pop‑up)
Jeremy Jay  Slow Dance   Options Slow Dance  K    *   1:27:25 (Pop‑up)
The Joe Beats Experiment  Neutral Milk Hotel-Naomi (Remixed)   Options Indie Rock Blues  TwentyFourSeven    *   1:30:46 (Pop‑up)
Oorutaichi  Beshaby   Options Drifting My Folklore  Okimi 
*   1:34:06 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
  Implosion        1:38:56 (Pop‑up)
Bee Gees  Odessa   Options Odessa  Reprise 
*   1:47:57 (Pop‑up)
Ruby Throat  House of Thieves   Options The Ventriloquist  Sleep Like Wolves    *   1:55:03 (Pop‑up)
Ilya Monosov  I Open My Arms   Options Seven Lucky Plays, or How to Fix Songs for a Broken Heart  Drag City 
*   2:00:07 (Pop‑up)
Prince Rama of Ayodhya  Mothlight   Options Devotional Demo      *   2:10:43 (Pop‑up)
The Prince of the International Kaliedoscope  All Saved Freak Band   Options The Sound of Ascension  NiceProductions    *   2:14:32 (Pop‑up)
Afterlife  Secret la Vielle Dame   Options Midnight Massiera: The B-Music of Jean-Pierre Massiera  Finders Keepers    *   2:19:53 (Pop‑up)
Aranos  Wouldn't you Like to Know   Options Tax  Pieros      2:22:48 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
  Bachelor Pad Music        2:30:39 (Pop‑up)
Barricade  Ah quelle est triste cette soiree   Options Le Rire das Camisoles  Futura Red    *   2:35:50 (Pop‑up)
Cheer-Accident  Sun Dies   Options Fear Draws Misfortune  Cuneiform 
*   2:38:18 (Pop‑up)
Radio I-Ching  Shadowboy Radio Theme Song   Options No Wave Au Gogo  Resonant    *   2:44:05 (Pop‑up)
Das  Where Are You   Options Non-Chalant  Sir Reel    *   2:46:36 (Pop‑up)
Black Randy and the Metrosquad  Down at the Laundrymat   Options Pass the Dust, I Think I'm Bowie  VinylCountdown 
*   2:50:54 (Pop‑up)
Extra Golden  Piny Yore Yore   Options Thank You Very Quickly  Thrill Jockey    *   2:54:14 (Pop‑up)
Bettye LaVette  We Got to Slip Around   Options Do Your Duty  Sundazed 
  2:59:54 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
  Bachelor Pad Music        3:09:08 (Pop‑up)
Tony Buck  What You Want   Options Project Transmit  Vitamin    *   3:09:45 (Pop‑up)
Clark Hutchinson  Improvisations on a Modal Scale   Options A=MH2...expanded  Sunbeam    *   3:14:43 (Pop‑up)
Assemble Head in Sunburst Sound  Track 2   Options When Sweet Sleep Returned  Tee Pee 
*   3:25:26 (Pop‑up)
The Wind  Some Friend You Turned Out to Be   Options Where It's at With the Wind  VinylCountdown 
*   3:32:14 (Pop‑up)
The Lollipop Shoppe  Don't Close the Door on Me   Options Just Colour  Rev-Ola    *   3:36:01 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
  Bachelor Pad Music        3:40:25 (Pop‑up)
Obits  Two-Headed Coin   Options I Blame You  Sub Pop 
*   3:48:28 (Pop‑up)
Death  Freakin Out   Options For the Whole World to See  Drag City    *   3:52:46 (Pop‑up)
Golem  Train Across Ukraine   Options Citizen Boris  JDub 
*   3:55:22 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  2:10am Chris:

Really enjoyed that Dan Deacon track.
  2:25am Pat:

sounds like someone needs a laxative
  2:27am Bill Mac:

  2:29am Chris (again!):

How do you go about putting together a playlist for the show? It's all over the map but I can feel a theme (or maybe that's the sugar crash happening now).
  2:33am Bill Mac:

Hey Chris!
I always try to pace the music, but I don't wanna be too predictable. Some of it seems obviously connected to me.
  3:39am St.Even Denver:

According to the Steve Miller Band, Bill Mac is a "detective down in Texas".
  3:43am sonaroj:

I thought he was the gangster. The gangster of love...
  3:49am Bill Mac:

Until the "Accident"
  3:59am Pat:

that Bee Gees tune was quite good... like this Ruby Throat thing, too
  4:02am Bill Mac:

Cool Man, I always think people get lost when I play the mellow stuff although I don't know how anyone could dent the greatness of that Bee Gees tune... can't believe it's the same group that settled on Stayin Alive
  4:56am postmanpaul:

bill, a sunny good morning from uk. maybe we have a different perspective on the bg's here, but no one ever dug them way back then; can't remember anyone having any bg stuff in their album collections from '70 onwards. the two pieces you played sounded kinda formative years, looking for a direction... well, it takes all types!
was living in cairo fom 2000 for 3yrs and we would often visit public places like the zoo (an antiquity itself!) and catch nubian/sudanese amazing musicians playing for the poorer people there (young people still do their courting in the old fashioned way there). at the zoo they play in the shade of an enormous tree with roots hanging down from the top and their women would dance quite erotic, raw layed-back 'bellydances.' ah, fond memories.
and i'm loovin' your show, first time for me, normally at work.
  5:01am Zach in Philly:

Just woke up. Darn, I missed the Bee Gees. I'll never forget the tribute en mass from WFMU when Maurice died in 2003. I'd just started listening to WFMU and thought, "seriously, the Bee Gees?" But, yes, they were a force to be reckoned with.
  5:02am Bill Mac:

Hey Paul...
Thanks so much for painting a picture for the tuneage. If only we had places and customs like that here! I think we would probably call it repression or something... sound idyllic though..
  5:04am Bill Mac:

Hey Zack..... Philly rules! I grew up in Logan!
  5:07am Zach in Philly:

Bill, get out! Seriously!? That's cool, YO:-)

Re: Paul and your comment, you get that in HI. Lived and loved it there for 7 years, the dream is still very much alive in Aloha land...

Have to say, I've long been a fan of your intimate mic breaks.
  5:12am Bill Mac:

Yes Sir!!! Morning Glory Diner, Chickies and Petes. Silk City (RIP alas....) I was DJing at WKDU until 2005.... Thanks for distracting me with compliments...
  5:20am Zach in Philly:

Yeah, so sad about Silk City. I still tune into WKDU, esp. while stuck on 76:-P A good buddy of mine, Mike Eidle was a DJ at kdu for a spell - ring any bells?
  5:24am Bill Mac:

Yeah I think I do.... early/mid 90s thereabouts? I was there forever. I held down Saturday mornings from 91 til about 2004. Then they decided to put me on Tuesday evenings... I was already filling in here so..... part of my weekly routine was to do my show get off at noon then get my Coney Island Style hot dogs at Silk. Last time i was there it was all upscale.
  5:30am Zach in Philly:

Cool, I'll ask Mike if he remembers you. I'm sure he must.

We moved to Philly in ' 96 but I didn't "get off" the xpn thorazine till '03 - ugh. Saw Cantrell at the Tin Angel and have been a woof-ah-mooer since!

Man, that "Improvisations on a Modal Scale" was great! It really revved me up for the work I got up so early to do.
  5:35am Bill Mac:

As long as I've been here I've never met the woman. Gives you an idea just how many folks are here.... If Mike needs a clue, tell him I was the old guy. I didn't even start DJing til I was 33. Of course, when I got in there they could shake me! Obviously this is the hot poop here... anything and everything... speaking of which, Clark Hutchinson is it!
  5:37am postmanpaul:

ZinP - i really miss the call to prayer! i was in maadi towards the end of it, did you ever get over to 'basata' over on the gulf of akhbar/sinai ? considering that most arabic countrys have military gvmnts, egypt is pretty cool. used to get over to the souks particularly to buy poor quality street arabic tapes! the best was coming from germany (dj pedro/digital bled) and sony were just starting to take an interest in recordings and sales. as bill mentioned, there are now some very interesting labels getting involved.
  5:45am postmanpaul:

really digging your show bill, maintaining a nice groove there! complementing my first saturday away from work (in a long time) nicely!
  5:46am Zach in Philly:

Ha ha, you're cracking me up! Age is a good thing... at 39, I'm still looking forward to growing up to be like my grandfathers.

While volunterring at fmu one day, Ms. Cantrell took time to yak up her husband's background in HI and one of here fave internet sites. I was floored just to be in the same room:-)

The Lollipop Shoppe are very interesting. Going to have to head to aka music on 2nd St to pick up a copy of that album!
  5:52am Zach in Philly:

Paul, the call to prayer would take some getting used to:-)

What kinda work are you taking a break from, if you don't mind me askin'?
  5:53am Bill Mac:

Between you and me I still get mush mouthed here when I see certain folks...
  5:56am Rico in Philly:

If you could play some Cramps that would wake me up. Maybe as a tribute to Lux Interior who passed on last month.
  6:00am postmanpaul:

after a good lifetime freelance graphic designing in london i'm now chilling out delivering mail! and they pay me when i'm sick and lots of hols!
  6:01am Bill Mac:

Awesome Guys.... see you soon..... get up earlier next week!!!!
  10:47pm mike marino:

my bud had odessa on vinyl. love title cut. also seen bee gees at capitol th. passaic njin mid 70s. seen lots of the heavies there. too expensive for live stuff these days
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