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Options October 4, 2009: 10 Taxonomical Movements and a 2 Foot Yard

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Stephan Moore  Bell, Wind, Fuse   Options To Build a Field  Deep Listening Institute  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Heiner Goebbels  Writing II   Options The Italian Concerto  ReR  0:06:21 (Pop‑up)
Taxonomy  III. / VII. / V.   Options 10 Taxonomical Movements  Actuelle  0:26:45 (Pop‑up)
        0:38:23 (Pop‑up)
Attaboy        0:46:36 (Pop‑up)
Carla Kihlstedt  Rooting for the Shy Librarian   Options Two Foot Yard  Tzadik  0:46:56 (Pop‑up)
Grizzly Bear  Dory   Options Veckatimest  Warp  0:49:27 (Pop‑up)
Kite Operations  Festival   Options Festival  "Actually, Records"  0:53:46 (Pop‑up)
Helen MIrra  Parquetry, Sticks, Rings   Options     1:14:35 (Pop‑up)
Lauzier, Martel, Myhr, Tetrault  Assemblage / electro-polissage   Options Disparition de l'usine ephemere  Actuelle  1:15:25 (Pop‑up)
Robert Ashley  In Sara, Mencken, Christ and Beethoven There Were Men and Women   Options 10 + 2 : 12 American Sound Pieces  Other Minds  1:25:17 (Pop‑up)
        1:33:43 (Pop‑up)
Traditional Chant from China  The Great Compassion   Options The Great Compassion    1:40:26 (Pop‑up)
Alex K. Redfern and the Seizures  Elzebet   Options Exterminating Angel  Corleone Records  1:47:54 (Pop‑up)
Ellery Eskelin with Andrea Parkins and Jim Black  For No Good Reason   Options One Great Night...Live  hatOLOGY  1:54:48 (Pop‑up)
        2:19:36 (Pop‑up)
Henry Dufort        2:20:00 (Pop‑up)
George Crumb  Eleven Echoes of Autumn (1965)   Options George Crumb Complete Edition, Vol. 12  Bridge  2:21:27 (Pop‑up)
Luciano Berio  String Quartet No. 1 (1956)   Options     2:38:48 (Pop‑up)
Luciano Berio  Glosse (1997)   Options     2:57:27 (Pop‑up)
Pierre Berthet        2:57:45 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:14pm texas scott:

hey bethany.i usually listen to your show as i fall asleep.
tonite,i'm staying up.
  9:17pm texas scott:

is his name really...heiner?
  9:27pm texas scott:

re: that first comment
i meant that as a compliment

i'll go away

you know your show is a cross between Bryce and Dj Trouble
  9:34pm and sometimes:

a little wm. berger thrown in for good measure
  9:35pm dave:

REALLY like this Taxonomy piece. the opening drony bit was so subtle i had trouble separating it from street/airplane noise. i love when that happens.
  9:35pm edzepp@yahoo.com:

Hello Bethany,
welcome back,. great show!
Anthony Braxton has written some string quartets..
  9:44pm Ike:

More like a cross between Bryce (and 1990s Wm. Berger) in a dress, with just some ethereal traces of DJ Trouble. No wait, that's not right. Damn it.

Seriously though, there is no comparing Bethany to anything else. The incidence of Bethany is stochastic. And aurally eternal.
  9:51pm texas scott:

as it should be,ike.

as it should be.
  9:56pm Andrei:

Hey, love the station. Could you play some of the earlier Dirty Projectors? This song reminds me of them.
Thanks! -Andrei in Rochester, NY
  9:56pm david:

nice call on Dory. people give knife way to much attention (its still wonderful though)
  10:03pm David P.:

Hi Bethany. These are all beautiful musics! What songs have you been playing for your talk over? 1st one and 2nd? Both excellent!
  10:05pm David P.:

Whoa! That's so funny. Helen Mirra is my cousin. It's true. Crazy!
  10:15pm jeb:

somebody need a gtr tuner? cool music.
just enjoyin' the harvest moon,some kine budz,
my gal pal snoring right along to the music
  10:18pm e:

tuning in from the great peach state of georgia. sounding fantastic, b . . .
  10:25pm bethany:

Ike, I'm definitely going to quote you on that.
(the check is in the mail, btw.)
  10:33pm David Pistash:

god, i'm thankful i am sober enough to listen to Rpbert Ashley (whoa, i think i just heard him say tw*t). Aren't loops fun? keep it going Bethany, you are kicking ass up and down the set list.
Once again, thanks for grizzly bear's "dory."
love your story with your mom. It sounds like a delicious dinner. haha
Harvest moon was really beautiful!
  10:40pm bethany:

David P:

Crazy coincidence that Helen Mirra is your cousin! Please mention to her that I'm interested in knowing what she's up to these days.

To answer your question: first talk-over piece was Radiohead, a bonus track from the OK Computer sessions. Was around a long time ago as a 'B-side' on a CD single, but is one of the bonus cuts on the deluxe editions recently released.
  10:57pm bethany:

...and to answer the second part of your question (sorry!), the secondmic break was supported by Brian Eno's "Deep Blue Day." And...why not?....the third break was Andrew Bird's "Skin" from the Album Weather Systems.
  11:10pm David P.:

Helen's teaching at Harvard - last time I saw her was in Berlin two years ago - she was showing art and teaching at one of the universities. I'll let her know you played Field Geometries. I know she's a fan of the 'MU.
  11:28pm David Pistash:

"Meeting In the Aisle" by Radiohead off of "Karma Police - EP" if anyone wants the song that was mentioned 3 posts up
  11:51pm Tony:

CYou remembered the Berrio and read my mind on the Crumb
ur awesome Bethany....
  6:44pm petey:

yours is the best show on wfmu.
loved the helen mirra track, hope i can find it to buy.
  8:55pm Pat Barrett:

Best radio program I've heard, that features new and unusual music, since the 1970's on KPFA, Berkeley where the music hosts were Charles Amirkanian, Henry Kaiser, Barry Scott and others. I look forward to your show every week. I'm a painter in the Portland (OR) metro area and the kinds of music you play are the same or similar to what I've been listening to since I was a student. It's the kind of music that works the best with how I work in my studio. Thank you for your interests and sensibilities.
  11:38am Jon:

I'm hoping to catch up on all the shows I missed while Bethany is out during 2010. This is the third so far.
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