Options A440 / Stochastic Hit Parade with Bethany Ryker: Playlist from October 4, 2010 Options

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Options October 4, 2010: Megalomaniac Decorator's Quarterly

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Herbie Hancock  Naked Camera   Options BLOW UP soundtrack    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Foetus  Cirrhosis of the Heart   Options Flow    0:03:24 (Pop‑up)
Joao Erbetta  Malibu Nightmare   Options     0:09:55 (Pop‑up)
P. Miles Bryson  Subtler Polycutural Shades of Chinese Tiki Coromandel Screens   Options Megalomaniac Decorator's Quarterly    0:10:27 (Pop‑up)
        0:18:09 (Pop‑up)
Hans Apvelquist  Jag En Gök   Options     0:19:18 (Pop‑up)
Nonloc  Lost in the Desert, Near Death   Options     0:27:40 (Pop‑up)
Mice Parade  Tokyo Late Night   Options     0:27:59 (Pop‑up)
Brooklyn Rider  Second Bounce (C. Jacobsen)   Options     0:34:34 (Pop‑up)
Andrew Bird  The Water Jet Celice   Options     0:39:46 (Pop‑up)
Evan Miller  Spell for a Sweeter Past   Options Beeswax Ephemera  Preservation  0:43:57 (Pop‑up)
        0:58:08 (Pop‑up)
Gordon Mumma  Epifont   Options     0:58:26 (Pop‑up)
Carla Kihlstedt/Matthias Bossi/Shahzad Ismaily  Three Suitcases   Options Causing a Tiger    0:59:03 (Pop‑up)
Sir Richard Bishop  Ibn Arab   Options Knucklehead Freefall    1:03:58 (Pop‑up)
Dick Raaijmakers  Piano-forte (1959-1960)   Options An Anthology of Noise and Electronic Music, sixth a-chronology, 1957-2010    1:09:37 (Pop‑up)
Gareth Hardwick  [1]   Options Of the Sea and Shore    1:11:55 (Pop‑up)
Iannis Xenakis  Diamorphoses II   Options     1:20:44 (Pop‑up)
        1:39:35 (Pop‑up)
String Quartet        1:39:41 (Pop‑up)
John Roberts  Went   Options Glass Eights    1:40:20 (Pop‑up)
Larry Polansky  Preamble (for Jim Tenney)   Options The World's Longest Melody    1:46:05 (Pop‑up)
Gentleforce  The Desert Song   Options Sacred Spaces  Feral Media  1:58:57 (Pop‑up)
        2:03:18 (Pop‑up)
Seeing Ear Theater  Toxic Donut   Options     2:12:24 (Pop‑up)
Barbara Morgenstern  Juist: The Grass is Always Greener   Options     2:17:58 (Pop‑up)
Marc Ribot  Radio   Options     2:20:28 (Pop‑up)
Duke Ellington  East St. Louis Toodle-Oo   Options     2:25:39 (Pop‑up)
Hildur Gudnadóttir  Mount A   Options     2:43:45 (Pop‑up)
Eric John Eigner  Music for Faucet   Options NYFA 25 Year Compilation    2:47:31 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  12:08pm minnesota jeff:

Good morning
  12:09pm Ike:

Parade time! Welcome back.
  12:09pm lowmoralfiber:

Morn. Good stuff so far!
  12:14pm Parq:

So nice to hear you on the air again.
  12:15pm Ike:

Somebody said the Dusty Show was going to do this fill-in, so don't be surprised if you get requests for Chicago, Peabo Bryson, America, Bread, Neil Sedaka, and the like. ;) But not from me, that's for damn sure.
  12:16pm minnesota jeff:

Yeah could you play some Bloodrock or maybe Star Castle?
  12:18pm Mark from Poland:

good evening from Central Europe! Great show, especially that The Wire theme in the background.
  12:21pm Cecile:

Bread is actually one of the most creepy, unsettling groups there is. As creepy as the Carpenters.

D'you have some Freddie Hubbard around, Bethany?
  12:23pm listener james from westwood:

a most welcome return. happy to hear you and your music, bethany!!
  12:26pm kosta:

this is beautiful /hans apvelquist
  12:30pm Mike East:

Great mix. Very stochastic, indeed.
  12:42pm bethany:

hi all! glad to be here! - we might get to Freddie Hubbard. If not surely some of his cohorts! Glad you are all tuned in to FMU today
  12:55pm minnesota jeff:

Bethany: Was that bed music from Royal Tennenbaums or Life Aquatic? Or at least one of Wes Andersons movies?
  12:55pm Cecile:

thanks, bethany, and great to hear you on the air!
  12:58pm bethany:

Good ears, Jeff! It is Royal Tenenbaums - one of Mark Mothersbaugh's originals from the soundtrack, the Lindberg Palace Hotel Suite
  1:03pm minnesota jeff:

I guess its paid off having watched Tenenbaums so many times.
  1:04pm Marco:

Bethany! :-)
  1:05pm Marco:

I miss your show on Sunday nights:(
  1:07pm cha-cha charlie:

great show Bethany, you've made my day! I hope you'll be "filling-in" permanently soon.
  1:16pm Bruce:

Hacking away in the office and Bethany is in the house!
  1:29pm Mike East:

  1:32pm Mike East:

sorry, did I ruin the suspense?
  1:35pm Snortley:

Yellow is supposedly the color of madness; whatever that means.
  1:36pm bethany:

Well, that explains it all!!
  1:37pm Marco:

If yello is madness? What it black? I wear black all the time?
  1:38pm kosta:

your set will spookily contain something by the yellow magic string band... but you dont know that yet!
  1:38pm david:

hello from denver. thanks for the musick, bethany.
  1:39pm Brian:

Thank God somebody ID'ed that tune because it was driving me nuts...remembering I had heard it before somewhere and really liked it.
  1:39pm PMD:

This damorphoses is just what I needed. Thanks.
  1:43pm kosta:

yellow is a positive, happy colour. if it were a number, it be 11. if were were a chord, it be A7maj.
  1:44pm Looms:

I was ready to listen to Irene again but i'm happy to be a first time listener to you, Batheny. This show is delicious.
  1:45pm Mike East:

kosta - you're totally right - A7maj is definitely yellow
  1:47pm Skirkie:

Long time no hear, Bethany.
  1:47pm Ike:

Holy crap Looms, you've never heard Bethany before?!? Check out all the brilliant archives of this show!
  1:49pm kosta:

first time for me too: now feel like ive just hit the motherlode/found shangri-la.
bethany.... wow. thx
  1:50pm Ken Nordine in an interview:

'The Fuller Paint Company invites you to stare with your ears at yellow'
  1:50pm Looms:

@Ike: no i didn't, a matter of time zone i guess.
@Bethany: ooops, i scratched your name :(
  1:52pm kosta:

first track on this set: my dad used to play to me when baby. then, later on xenakis, as in the playlist. soon im gonna vangelis/pappas 's ODES and ill freak out....
  1:57pm agf:

hey there; great show; sorry to bust your mothersbaugh-tennenbaum-trainspotting link, but I'm pretty sure you're misidentifying Brian Eno's "Deep Blue Day." It was used in tspotting, on the soundtrack, but not on Tennenbaum's stk but maybe in flick. First used by "For All Mankind" doc (1989) for which Eno was commissioned, I think.
  1:58pm bethany:

your're one set behind, agf! Yes, the last was Eno from the Trainspotting soundtrack. The Mothersbaugh was earlier :)
  2:07pm Skirkie:

My cheap little office radio can't get you guys. Which is infuriating because I can practically see Jersey City from here.
  2:08pm dc pat:

iPhone app is great. It's like listening on a little transistor radio. Now I just gotta get an iPhone...
  2:12pm Parq:

Skirke, just think, if JC ever becomes a threat to US security, you'll be qualified to be vice president.
  2:13pm Mike East:

I use the app on an ipod touch. Thats how I listen at home these days instead of wearing my aluminum foil helmet standing in the middle of the room like I used to in order to get a clear signal.
  2:14pm Marco:

I also listen through the iPhone app
  2:18pm Cecile:

now I want a donut.
  2:24pm dc pat:

whoa, nice Marc Ribot.
  2:25pm kosta:

hey marco, you the marco with the teeth?
  2:28pm Parq:

"Marco With the Teeth" would be a good name for a band.
  2:28pm Bruce:

Duke = American Royalty!
  2:33pm kosta:

Marco With the Teeth™ ©Parq 2010.
there you go mate.
  2:40pm Parq:

@Kosta - Cool! Know a good bass player?
  2:41pm Skirkie:

I know a bad one.
  2:42pm kosta:

parq: thats a trick question...
bethany, wots the bg sounds on this speak over?
  2:42pm Bruce:

Yellow is the color evoked by light that stimulates both the P and F (long and medium wavelength) cone cells of the retina about equally, with no significant stimulation of the S (short-wavelength) cone cells.
  2:43pm Donovan:

Yellow is the color of my true love's hair.
  2:43pm Happy Listener:

Wikipedia has a great article on the colour Yellow.
  2:43pm Bruce:

In the metaphysics of the New Age Prophetess, Alice A. Bailey, in her system called the Seven Rays which classifies humans into seven different metaphysical psychological types, the fourth ray of harmony through conflict is represented by the color yellow. People who have this metaphysical psychological type are said to be on the Yellow Ray
  2:44pm kosta:

whoa there braniac.... this place is full of music heads, go easy
  2:44pm Bruce:

hey, anyone can cut & paste from wikipedia
  2:45pm Happy Listener:

Yellow is often associated with the western musical tonal value "A"
  2:45pm kosta:

(No HTML, please)
  2:46pm Happy Listener:

Yellow is the colour of elemental Air in Western mystical systems.
  2:48pm ? for happy listener:

Is there a color chart? or an approximate of one anywhere?
  2:48pm Bruce:

Far out, I just wanna get a dose of those Yellow Rays, baby.
  2:48pm Happy Listener:

A colour chart of what, exactly? Notes or elements?
  2:48pm kosta:

  2:49pm kosta:

sorry, couldnt resist
  2:51pm Happy Listener:

  2:51pm kosta:

  2:51pm ? for happy listener:

yeah - notes to colors -
  2:52pm Happy Listener:

I have one that I made years ago when I was into Qabala - the only one I've seen.
  2:53pm Happy Listener:

It was derived from researching Golden Dawn and Robert Wang.
  2:53pm dave in vermont:

i love this show; never heard it before-thanks Bethany
  2:56pm ? for happy listener:

interesting. you should post it somewhere.
  2:57pm kosta:

oh wow man, what a show! 3 of the most pleasant hours, thnx bethany, ill be diggin thru the archives for more!
  2:58pm Happy Listener:

It'll make its way to my flickr account eventually. Posting my artistic output from my "Crowley Kid" phase isn't a high priority.
  6:11am Steve:

I wasn't here for the live broadcast but after hearing the archive I remembered how much I missed your shows! Please fill-in when you get a chance, Steve (California)
  10:04am Domenic:

God I miss these shows...on a regular basis
  10:03pm Jon:

Listing later again. And working too much.
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