Options Brian Turner: Playlist from January 5, 2010 Options

Order and disorder in a freeform haze of terribly-played guitars, shorted-out electronics, found audio detritus, strange sounds from strange lands all around. Psych-punk-junk, collage, even pop. Lots of in-studio live performances to boot.

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Options January 5, 2010

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Happy 2010 everyone. I don't get too caught up in retrospectives, but if you'd like to check out a list of some of my fave sounds of 2009, have a glance at my Beware of the Blog post.

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
Sandy Bull  Memphis, TN   Options Still Valentine's Day 1969  Water      0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Rowland S. Howard  in studio recording Jennifer's Veil, 1983   Options     RIP    0:08:14 (Pop‑up)
Fripp & Eno  The Heavenly Music Corporation   Options No Pussyfooting  DGM/Opal      0:11:31 (Pop‑up)
Adam Willetts  Untitled   Options split 7" w/Richard Francis & Clinton Watkins  Dungeon Taxis    *   0:34:05 (Pop‑up)
Ear Nose Throat  Untitled   Options Demo  No Label  Jason Willett, Max Eilbacher, MC Schmidt (Matmos)  *   0:35:13 (Pop‑up)
Girls On Fire  I Wash and Dry My Clothes at the Laundromat   Options I Think About Jackson Pollock  EEEEEEEE    *   0:40:04 (Pop‑up)
Murray Saul  Aircheck excerpt, Cleveland Radio   Options         0:49:27 (Pop‑up)
Butcher Cover  Modern Problems   Options Butcher Cover  Military Radio    *   0:53:52 (Pop‑up)
Extra Sexes  Untitled   Options Gash Bulb  Skrot Up    *   0:56:19 (Pop‑up)
H2O  Death of a Clown   Options Various: Cazumbi: African 60's Garage Vol. 2  Nosmoke    *   1:00:43 (Pop‑up)
Tarkus  El Pirata   Options Tarkus  Get Back      1:02:27 (Pop‑up)
Young Governor  25 With a Bullet   Options Hidden Love  Parts Unknown    *   1:05:33 (Pop‑up)
Floor  Figure It Out   Options Dove  No Idea      1:16:18 (Pop‑up)
No Balls  Subsequent Needs   Options No Balls  Release the Bats    *   1:20:27 (Pop‑up)
Carlton Melton  Digging In (FF Shite)   Options Pass It On...  Mid-To-Late    *   1:22:12 (Pop‑up)
Charalambides  Strangle the Wretched Heavens   Options Three Lane Blacktop  Two Lane Blacktop    *   1:28:52 (Pop‑up)
Vlor  Tolerate the Wicked   Options Six Winged  Silber    *   1:38:09 (Pop‑up)
Cheikha Remitti  Manabrache   Options Maghreb Soul - Rimitti Story 1986-1990  Because      1:41:20 (Pop‑up)
El-G  Capitaine Present 5 (excerpt)   Options Capitaine Present 5  Nashazphone    *   1:46:50 (Pop‑up)
Leonard Cohen  One of Us Cannot Be Wrong   Options Live at the Isle of Wight 1970  Legacy    *   1:57:24 (Pop‑up)
Sweat Talley  Looking for a Virgin   Options 7"        2:02:55 (Pop‑up)
Rat At Rat R  Land O' Milk and Honey   Options Stainless Steel  Purge Sound League      2:08:22 (Pop‑up)
The Horribly Wrong  C'mon and Bleed / Murder on My Mind   Options C'mon and Bleed with the Horribly Wrong  Eradicator / Shit in Can    *   2:11:42 (Pop‑up)
God's Gift  Clamour Club   Options Pathology 1979-1984  Hyped 2 Death    *   2:14:35 (Pop‑up)
Sonny & the Sunsets  Too Young To Burn   Options Tomorrow Is Alright  Soft Abuse    *   2:27:29 (Pop‑up)
Strapping Fieldhands  Lonnie Donegan's Mum's Tea Chest   Options Discus (reissue)  Shangri-La    *   2:30:39 (Pop‑up)
The Puritan  Why Did You Say That Summer Was Dying?   Options Lithium Gates  Spikefarm    *   2:35:48 (Pop‑up)
Hellvete  Vleermuisarmen   Options De Gek  Kraak    *   2:41:39 (Pop‑up)
Goslings & Warmth  Unleavened   Options Goslings & Warmth  Archive    *   2:44:36 (Pop‑up)
Slicing Grandpa  Double S Bladed Technology   Options Diaper Down  Scatological Liberation Front    *   2:53:18 (Pop‑up)
The Necks  Silverwater   Options Silverwater  ReR  coming back to NYC Jan 27/28 at Issue Project Room.  *   2:56:25 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:07pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Scuzzy New Year to 'ya.
  3:09pm J-Mar:

Thanks for playing Sandy Bull. He lived in Nashville for some years, and I had the honor of hosting him on the radio when I was a DJ for a spell (back when our college station would let folks from the community on the air). He played the oud. It was awesome.
  3:11pm boil:

Hi folks, I tuned in a little late--which was the song with the slide guitar n' tremolo, Sandy Bull or Rowland S. Howard?
  3:12pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

they both seemed to have trem, but I think you mean the first tune, by Sandy Bull.
  3:12pm BT:

Happy new year everyone.
  3:13pm boil:

Thanks, DCE.
Thanks, BT, you too.
  3:18pm da$:

Roland Howard was one wicked guitarist. I hadn't heard about him dying last week. RIP
  3:24pm Dave B:

just tuning in, and what a pleasant surprise to hear The Heavenly Music Corporation.

This station rules.
  3:27pm herr noiser:

the most recent reissue of No Pussyfooting contains a version of Heavenly Music Corp. with the tape run at half speed - haven't gotten around to playing it yet , but I'm convinced it's aweseome nontheless
  3:40pm BT:

Yep, and backwards (Eric, guessing that's you posting)....
  3:42pm herr noiser:

caught! that's me....happy new year Brian...
  3:43pm north guinea hills:

i have the said reissue of no pussyfotting, and yes, both the half speed and backwards versions are completely awesome!
  3:43pm BSI:

hey wow, the jackson pollock cassette...... Isn't this actually Psychodrama, or somehow connected w/Psychodrama? Or is this my old false-memory syndrome again?
  3:50pm Ike:

Salty savory new year!

Nice sounds.
  3:51pm ?:

"did you eat-y your sweet-y?"
  3:51pm Joe Yoga:

loving this aircheck excerpt
  3:55pm Ike:

Oh so THAT'S the guy who says, "It's Friiiiiiday! Yayza yowza wowza bowza!" Cool.
  3:55pm Grandpa Scorpion:

Interesting about NP. I had a cassette rip of a cassette that I played a lot. When I finally heard it on CD in the early 90's, it was a letdown. It sounded so much better in poor fidelity somehow.
  4:00pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Grandpa Scorp, not sure what you're referring to with NP, but I'm the same way with St Vitus--been listening to a poorly dubbed cassette for 20 years now, and am afraid to get the reissue!
  4:01pm Grandpa Scorpion:


Fripp and Eno: No P-Footing
  4:02pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

you can say PUSSY here.
  4:03pm joe yoga:

stick with the cassette! re-dub it before it dies!
  4:07pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

third-gen cassette, hmm...might be all I hear is HISSSSSSSSSS!
  4:09pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

shit, I just realized, I have cassettes dubbed from my folks' 8-track collection that i still listen to once in awhile (ie, Concert for Bangladesh and Janis Joplin's Pearl). Now they sound just awful, but it's such a part of my growing up, that sound.
  4:12pm joe yoga:

nothing i love better than the moment after pressing play when the hiss comes in.
  4:15pm 67tele:

speaking of cassettes, Brian I was wonderi
  4:18pm 67tele:

speaking of cassettes, Brian I was wondering if you got the casette "3 Legged Lunch" by the Shambles (Denver, CO - not the other guys) that I sent recently. It's DIY from the 90's
  4:20pm BT:

just scoped it today 67 but didnt check it yet...will do. was wrapped in a chocolate bar wrapper kinda? gold?
  4:23pm boil:

Thanks for no balls-filthy!
  4:25pm 67tele:

No, has a picture of a KFC like box with chrome bones and a big eyeball comin out, funky little illustrations in circles going down the left side (pretty sure designer did the drugs BEFORE he did that one), red background. Loud, garage rock -
Happy New Year BTW
  4:25pm north guinea hills:

I need to find some no balls. reminds me of some bands off of battlecruiser recs.
  4:30pm BT:

67 i didnt see that - will look out....
  4:44pm blacktooth:

fer real, from dirge rock straight to the tribal soul, I'm loving it...
  5:08pm Virgins:

You'll never find us if you keep singing like that.
  5:09pm BSI:

I once found an urchin (sea) after singing like that.
  5:10pm AnAnonymousParty:

I was in a band named the the Virgin Urchins once.
And that was enough.
  5:12pm Motherboy 30:

my mother was a virgin...she told me so.
  5:32pm Carmichael:

Hiya Brian and 2010'ers. Good to hear Sandy Bull again.
  5:59pm Looms:

Great show, Biran!
  6:01pm BT:

thx everyone. Take care....til next time
  7:00am Stu kaWOWski:

Dug it BT, will listen again now off MP3's, some crazy shit! Best, kaWOWski
  11:34pm tater bug:

girls on fire was leslie singer,ex- psycodrama. brett kirby, bubba, and fifi poop butt were not involved.
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