Options A440 / Stochastic Hit Parade with Bethany Ryker: Playlist from May 21, 2002 Options

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

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Options May 21, 2002: special with Jim Black's AlasNoAxis

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments New / Special
Dennis Alcaopne  Power Version   Options Studio One Dj's  Soul Jazz       
Burnt Sugar  Lunching with Mister Akhan   Options That Depends On What You Know  Trugoid       
Archie Shepp  Sophisticated Lady (Ellington)   Options Blase  BYC/Fuel 2000      *  
Maggie Nichols / Carloine Kraabel / Charlotte Hug  Undercurrents (For Paddy Ben)   Options Transitions  Emanem  2001     
Caetano Velsos  Doideca   Options Livro  Nonesuch  1997     
Flim  This is a Lush Life   Options Given You Nothing  Tomlab    aka Enrico Wuttke  *  
Wadada Leo Smith  Unity and DiversityIn the Secret Garden of Life   Options Red Sulophur Sky  Tzadik  2001     
Ornette Coleman Quartet  Kaleidescope   Options This is Our Music  Sepia Tone  1960/2002  with Don Cherry, Charlie Haden and Ed Blackwell   
Greg Goodman / Henry Kaiser / Lukas Ligeti  Riddled   Options Havy Meta  Ecstatic Yod  1996    *  
Jaap Blonk  Sea Horses and Flying Fish   Options from Live Session on Stochastic Hit Parade 11-13-01      Dutch sound poet Jaap Blonk recited one of Hugo Baal's 6 sound poems from 1916, written for performance at Cabaret Voltaire  ***  
Charlotte Hug and Pat Thomas  q.04   Options Certain Questions  Unit  2001    *  
Colongib remixes Marumari  [5]   Options Marumari  Carpark      *  
Mauricio Kagel  First Part   Options Acustica  Deutsche Gramophone    for experimental sound-producers and loud-speakers; realized by the Koln Ensemble for New Music   
Anthony Braxton  No. 138m   Options Solo (Koln) 1978  Leo  1978/2002    *  
Antonio Russolo  Corale, Serenata   Options Audio by Visual Artists  Tellus    ...of the Futuist movement   
Christopher Lee  Liebeslied   Options Experimental Musical Instruments: Later Years      played on Stroh Violin, and recorded on adn 2890s Edison "Triumph" Wax Cylinder Phonograph, giving new sound the unmistakable aural qualitiy of the 19th C.   
Mecamusique: Jacqus Remus and his mechanical instruments  Turkish March (Mozart) / Etude (Charles Mayer)   Options Experimental Musical Instruments: Later Years      instruments that play autonomously, from midi signals   
Gemuse Orchester Vienna  Radesky March   Options       sound made entirely by using vegetables as instruments: check out http://www.gemuseorchester.org   
Jim Black's AlasNOAxis  Nion, iCratic / Cheepa vs. Cheep, You Were Out, Maybe / Ble, Optical   Options LIVE Session on WFMU + interview with Mr. Black         

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