Options A440 / Stochastic Hit Parade with Bethany Ryker: Playlist from June 28, 2009 Options

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

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Options June 28, 2009: 3 cheers for 3 hours, 9 cheers for 9pm, 120 cheers for 120 minutes, ad infinitum

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Andrew Liles & Jean-Herve Peron  Cuculiformes   Options Fini!  Dirter  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Henry Cowell  Trio for Violin, Cello and Piano - IV. Allegro   Options Trio for Violin, Cello and Piano  CRI  0:03:00 (Pop‑up)
Olivier Messiaen  Chronochromie   Options     0:03:36 (Pop‑up)
Willie Ruff and John Rogers        0:22:15 (Pop‑up)
Zoltán Kodály  Sonata for Cello Alone   Options Kodály / Bach Works for Solo Cello - Performed by Aldo Parisot    0:22:20 (Pop‑up)
        0:37:33 (Pop‑up)
Picks from the collection of guest DJ Dan Meth (Listen to this set: Pop‑up)
The Big East  Delaware   Options     0:39:56 (Pop‑up)
The Only Ones  Another Girl Another Planet   Options     0:40:08 (Pop‑up)
Guided By Voices  Motor Away   Options     0:43:16 (Pop‑up)
        0:48:49 (Pop‑up)
Chuck Berry  The Promised Land   Options     0:46:52 (Pop‑up)
Rolling Stones  I Wanna Be Your Man   Options     0:50:50 (Pop‑up)
Love  She Comes In Colours   Options     0:51:19 (Pop‑up)
The Guess Who  Pink Wine Sparkles in the Glass   Options     0:53:54 (Pop‑up)
        0:59:31 (Pop‑up)
John Crave  Battle for Kelv   Options     0:59:44 (Pop‑up)
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Dave Pell Singers  Oh Calcutta   Options     1:07:01 (Pop‑up)
Free Design  Bubbles   Options     1:08:28 (Pop‑up)
Daddy Man  Daddy Man   Options     1:10:53 (Pop‑up)
John Mause  Do Your Best   Options     1:15:28 (Pop‑up)
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Scott Walker  The Big Hurt   Options     1:24:37 (Pop‑up)
Harry Nillson  Me & My Arrow   Options     1:26:27 (Pop‑up)
Mr. Spriggs BBQ        1:28:40 (Pop‑up)
Dan Meth and Micah Frank  Ultra & the Laser Hearts   Options     1:29:20 (Pop‑up)
The Ventures  Suicide is Painless   Options     1:31:05 (Pop‑up)
        1:35:08 (Pop‑up)
Lazer Quails  Seculon   Options     1:41:25 (Pop‑up)
Pipettes  Pull Shapes   Options     1:43:05 (Pop‑up)
Swingin' Medallions  Double Shot Of My Baby's Love   Options     1:45:59 (Pop‑up)
Hawkwind  Quark, Strangeness and Charm   Options     1:49:03 (Pop‑up)
        1:58:52 (Pop‑up)
Vashti Bunyan  Diamond Day   Options     1:59:32 (Pop‑up)
Elizabeth Cotton  Freight Train   Options     2:00:00 (Pop‑up)
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The Stochastic Hit Parade Enters Hour 3!!
A Hawk and a Hacksaw  Raggle Taggle   Options Deliverance  Leaf  2:04:13 (Pop‑up)
Sir Richard Bishop  Sidi Mansour   Options The Freak of Araby  Drag City  2:08:19 (Pop‑up)
Hugo Filho  Valsa Para Fabrici   Options Paraibo    2:14:28 (Pop‑up)
Robillard & Les Endimanches  Le Renard dans la foret d'Orleans   Options Tuer La Misere  Opaque  2:20:42 (Pop‑up)
        2:26:03 (Pop‑up)
Spunk  Bipolarity   Options Kantarell  Rune Grammofon  2:26:29 (Pop‑up)
Ikue Mori  Fatal Weaver   Options Class Insecta  Tzadik  2:32:46 (Pop‑up)
Ben Reynolds  The Virgin Knows   Options How Day Earnt Its Night  Tompkins Square  2:38:21 (Pop‑up)
Henry Purcell  In Nomine   Options Fantasias for Viols    2:46:32 (Pop‑up)
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Iggy Pop & Kate Pierson  Candy   Options     2:54:52 (Pop‑up)
John Crave + Red Baron  1990   Options     2:57:56 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:06pm e:

three cheers for 9pm stochastically tuned radio!
  9:09pm bethany:

Let's make that *9* cheers!
  9:09pm texas scott:

hip hip hooray!....X 3!!
  9:10pm G:

thrice three. triply triadic. woohoo!
  9:10pm texas scott:

  9:12pm fmuidiot:

Lets move on. The moment has passed.
  9:15pm bethany:

Nope. Let's keep that going on for the entire hour. 60 cheers per minute...because I'm rather thrilled to be here!
  9:17pm texas scott:

glad you're here Bethany.

  9:18pm e:

neuf! here here! keep it up, b. and what a fine way to celebrate...mmm, strings.
  9:18pm fmuidiot:

Cheers all around, but does anyone want to discus the show?
  9:20pm ?:

  9:21pm myth:

Don't really want to discuss the show. Would rather listen. It speaks for itself.
  9:23pm fmuidiot:

Good answer
  9:24pm Regis:

Is that your final answer?
  9:26pm fmuidiot:

Probaby not.
  9:28pm Richard Dawson:

{gesturing to the overhead board}

And let's see "Probably Not!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
  9:30pm Richard Dawson:

I think I will kill myself now.
  9:32pm fmuidiot:

So many celebs. Who's next?
  9:32pm G:

That is some kickass cello work. Need to tell a friend to tell her cello teacher to check this archive. Not the first time I've done that with this show. :-)
  9:35pm fmuidiot:

Finnally somone is listoning.
  9:35pm Barkeep:

Sorry, fmuid, we legally can't serve anything else to someone who's visibly intoxicated. Can a friend drive you home?
  9:38pm texas scott:

visibly intoxicated?
how about textually?
  9:39pm Barkeep:

That too, tex. I've seen it all, dude.
  9:39pm pauladepipersdaughterinparis:

got any zoltan gardality for pauladepipersdaughterinparis and pauldepiperssoninprenzlauerberg bitte bitte. grow wild grow here boooy. if your all in dresden next week check out the incredible10.org festival. its what americans would unironically moniker AWESOME. how about intertextually
  9:41pm texas scott:

Hey PDPDP....
all of the above.
DJ Dan,luv yer stuff!
  9:42pm e:

yeah, dan, i just checked out 'the meth minute 39 thousand', and it's brilliant.
  9:43pm totally diggin this:

hey i'm totally diggin' this
  9:45pm muskrat:

similar rif to cowboy song, thin lizzy
  9:45pm muskrat:

too late....slow arithmetic
  9:47pm fmuidiot:

Alright. Most of your accusations are true. I thought I was doing pretty well. What was the tip off?
  9:47pm Ike:

Nifty Delaware song. That's a good one play while driving over the C&D Canal Bridge on toll Rt. 1.
  9:47pm texas scott:

mathematically intoxicated.
  9:49pm the man:

chuck berry is the man
  9:51pm Ike:

Now you just need a Maryland song and/or a Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel song to link the Delaware song geographically (via the Delmarva Peninsula) to those Norfolk lyrics.
  9:52pm phil:

i wanna be your herf baby, i wanna be your awkward html error
  9:53pm Barkeep:

We barkeeps live and die by remembering customers. :-) I wouldn't have guessed just from this show, but I also recall your prior appearances. :-)
  9:54pm dunn:

missed the first hour. family guy, you know.....
  9:54pm Family Guy:

He wanted to hear the "Bag of Weed" song again. :-P
  9:56pm wow...:

What year is this Guess Who?? 66-67??
  9:56pm meth lab:

Another geographic reference: Cleveland!
  9:59pm G:

It's the second cut on the Guess Who album where "These Eyes" is the first cut.
  10:03pm Dan Meth:

Wheatfield Soul is the title of The Guess Who album.
  10:06pm fmuidiot:

Barkeep. Where do you work? In case we cross paths, Blue Point Toasted Lager is my beer of choice.
  10:06pm Barkeep:

I work everywhere. It's like wireless drinkmastering.
  10:07pm ye interwebs:

Wheatfield Soul is the first Guess Who album, early 69, a year before American Woman.
  10:08pm ?:

It's always the radishes and daggers. Always!
  10:09pm Barkeep2:

And bleach. Any good bartender knows about bleach.
  10:11pm groupie:

I love me a bleach and tonic every now and then.
  10:13pm Ike:

But what happens if the scorpions get into the radish liquor? Or was it scorpion liquor? Don't let the scorpions brew their own beer!
  10:29pm fmuidiot:

Barkeep. I am guessing that the next time I post, you will assume I have had a few beers. Weather this is true or not. Thanks for the profiling.
  10:31pm Mr Spriggs:

You damn hippies! Ya'll know my meat falls off the bone, come n' get sum
  10:32pm Ike:

Dan, people around here ARE "making their own radio stations," particularly in Flatbush, Paterson, Newark, the Bronx, etc., often interfering with legit stations (even sometimes FMU), and that's why it's bad. The FCC can't keep up. It's mostly overmodulated Haitian shouting and Caribbean and Latin sounds. And one Slovak. When they mess with FMU's signal then I really wanna go put some scorpion-flavored radishes in their sorrel drink.
  10:44pm fmuidiot:

Ah... Mr your post was a little disturbing. If it is what it sounds,, than great. If it needs more explanation now is the time to give it.
  10:49pm ?:

OK. Folks, we have a little over an hour left of Stochastic goodness. The only question to ask is this: If an idiot speaks in a forum, and nobody pays attention, does he/she really say anything? This lovely show is too short to entertain agitators.
  10:50pm Ha!:

Stochastic Beth, meet Dave the Spazz :-P

love that ? and the mysterians organ work!
  10:52pm G:

two words, ? : flame bait :-P
  10:52pm Mr Spriggs:

Hey you started playing music again!
  11:11pm albino scorpion radish cocktail:

LOVE this new Richard Bishop, thanks for playing it Bethany!
  11:14pm gerardo:

hola, bethany!, tanto tiempo!
a big hi from -now rainy- santiago de chile
congrats for the +1 hour long :)
  11:51pm gerardo:

the name is pronounced /oogo feelio/, the album sounds something like /para'eeboo/, and the song should sound like /valsee para fa'breechee/
  11:54pm ooooooooo:

Shot down on the air, dude!!!!!
  11:56pm ???:

shot down, what are you talking about? are we really going to give her a hard time for not speaking a dozen languages,or am I missing your point?
  11:56pm Francophone:

I thought Iggy sang in French.
  11:58pm Francophone:

I thought Iggy sang in French.
  11:59pm Awkward Moment:

ooooooo was referencing a certain Awkward Moment on the air, if you missed it, well...
  10:11am Paul:

I must confess that 'Quark, Strangeness and Charm' had a little corner in my heart for the past 30 years. Then I heard again just now and I thought 'Oh No!', but perhaps that frees the space for something else!
  10:47pm Jon:

50% more later in the week.
  12:08am P.S. Mueller:

Thanks so much for playing Laminations a couple of weeks ago. Absolutely amazing! You're the best.

  2:40pm Gregory:

Sorry to post this a year late, but one possible correction. Bethany said that the difference between the Stones' and Beatles' version of "I wanna be your man" is the difference between Mick Jagger and John Lennon. However, wasn't the Beatle version sung by Ringo? (A: Yes, Wikipedia tells me it is so, and so I believe.) It had that 4-note range that was Ringo's sweet spot.
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