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Options November 22, 2010: tonight is such a long time.

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Bongwater  Porpoise Song   Options You Don't Love Me Yet 7-inch  Shimmy Disc  for Dick Van Dyke!  0:00:00 ()
Ted Hawkins  TWA   Options Watch Your Step  Rounder    0:04:27 ()
Link Wray  Tucson, Arizona   Options Be What You Want To  Polydor    0:05:14 ()
Tommy James  Draggin' The Line   Options   Roulette    0:09:40 ()
Ed Askew  Boy With A Hat   Options Imperfiction      0:12:22 ()
Richie Valens  Bluebirds Over the Mountain (demo)   Options The Lost Tapes  Del-Fi    0:16:07 ()
Beach Fossils  Distance   Options Face It 7-inch  Captured Tracks    0:17:22 ()
Fresh & Onlys  Tell Me What You Want To Know   Options   Hozac    0:19:48 ()
Wonderama  Cream Puff War   Options Everyday Should Be My Birthday 7-inch  Ajax    0:21:33 ()
 
Aias  Bali   Options A La Piscina  Captured Tracks    0:29:59 ()
Knit Prisms  Streams   Options Orbs cassette  Gift Tapes    0:32:19 ()
William Tyler  The Cult of the Peacock Angel   Options Behold the Spirit  Tompkins Square    0:39:00 ()
Barn Owl  Ancestral Star   Options Ancestral Star  Thrill Jockey    0:44:31 ()
Grasshopper  Calling All Creeps   Options Calling All Creeps  Priston Tatt    0:51:04 ()
Matt Weston  The Reward Has Got To Be That This Is What You Do   Options The Last of the Six-Cylinders  7272    1:04:52 ()
Glenn Kotche  Traducteur de Transmission   Options Tradi Mods vs. Rockers  Crammed Discs    1:07:34 ()
Gamelan Son Of Lion  Circular Thoughts   Options Complete Gamelan In the New World  Locust    1:10:55 ()
Sun Ra  Planet of Death   Options The Sub-Dwellers: Space Poetry Volume 2  Norton    1:19:06 ()
Imaginary Softwoods  #13   Options Imaginary Softwoods  Wagon    1:26:04 ()
Seu Jorge  Don't   Options Cru  Wrasse    1:29:51 ()
 
The Frogs  Whether U Like It Or Not I Love U   Options The Frogs      1:38:46 ()
Frank Zappa  Peaches En Reaglia   Options Hot Rats  Ryko    1:41:28 ()
Anworth Kirk  Side B   Options Anworth Kirk  Pre-Cert    1:45:20 ()
Concern  Truth and Distance   Options Truth and Distance EP  Digitalis    1:56:28 ()
John Sangster  Reel III   Options Marinetti  Roundtable    2:12:30 ()
Harry Smith  A Horse Named Bill   Options       2:24:39 ()
Billy Martin  Stridulations (miniatures for temple block ensemble)   Options Black Elk Speaks  Amulet    2:31:07 ()
Peter Gutteridge  Exhibition 1   Options Pure  Xpressway    2:38:53 ()
Solid Space  Contemplation   Options Space Museum cassette  In Phaze    2:42:09 ()
Beachniks  Chilly Kisses (Back of the Room mix)   Options       2:45:09 ()
Elvis Presley  Tomorrow Is Such A Long Time   Options From Nashville to Memphis: The Essential '60s Masters  RCA    2:51:32 ()
Kahimi Karie  The Way You Close Your Eyes   Options Kahimi Karie  Minty Fresh/Trattoria    2:56:21 ()

Listener comments!

  Mon. 11/22/10 3:06am Adam:

Nice version, sir. I am sorry it has taken me until now to listen to your show, but then again, I knew you in the before time, the long, long ago.
  Mon. 11/22/10 3:09am jj.:

g'morning everybody. g'morning, mr. ballin'!
  Mon. 11/22/10 3:11am coalhard:

it is not easy transitioning to new dj--but here goes--I LIKE IT!!!
  Mon. 11/22/10 3:13am Adam:

Don't know if I'll last all three hours, but I'm glad to tune in for a few, at least. Happy Thanksgiving, you budding media presence! Never knew this one was yet another record by Tommy James. Bubblegum and balls in your tastes, as always.
  Mon. 11/22/10 3:18am zigzag zither:

nice sad, sweet, ed askew! don't know this one..
  Mon. 11/22/10 3:24am Adam:

You even hooked us up with Cream Puff War! I could kiss you right now!
  Mon. 11/22/10 3:27am coalhard:

unlike NASA that hides all the good stuff --WFMU invades every crevice of the mind and leaves a receipt
  Mon. 11/22/10 3:42am Adam:

They sang the album title "A La Piscina," which could be roughly "To the Swimming Pool," although "piscina" could also refer to the place where sacramental liquids are disposed of. I couldn't discern too many lyrics clearly, but there was a somewhat church-derived quality to the sound.
  Mon. 11/22/10 3:47am jj.:

Thx for the translation, AWB!
  Mon. 11/22/10 3:51am ying yang wave:

Hello, Adam! Interesting insight into "swimming pool": I guess the Romans used to thro fish into them, when they invented the thing, and the word. Totally awesome knowing that basin began as a sacrament. If only our military forces did exercises with the fishes, right!?
  Mon. 11/22/10 3:55am Adam:

One can only hope? Band is from Catalonia, Spain, if I'm not mistaken. It is a Latin word originally, indeed, but they were singing in a younger tongue, like Spanish or Catalan, both proud descendents thereof.
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:01am yoyo wave:

When the latin descendents make their way into this local show scene--wherever "this" may be-- perhaps someone will yell from the audience-- "what is the origin of the swimming pool??! Or,, do you consider swimming pools holy"
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:04am coalhard:

shoplifting of swimming pools is always a bad idea--gets the floor mats wet
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:05am Adam:

It was a word for fish-pond, later applied, like so many words, to other things: other bodies of water, reservoirs, pools, etc. Rest assured I consider little or nothing holy, but I am pretty sure if we all work together, we could shoplift a swimming pool. Yes we could?
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:08am Ypsilon slingshot:

Oh, god. Let's start with the liquid...? BTW, you've gotta have your 'holy'
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:09am Adam:

Hell, we could even shiplift a church!
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:10am wilderness wave:

speaking of that, i've been avoiding caffeine late night for weeks, but maybe it's time to turn that tea-leaf
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:10am Adam:

..shoplift...
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:10am coalhard:

OMG--SECURITY--ADAM SANDLER IS ON HERE
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:11am Adam:

If only I had his funds!
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:12am inkblot algorithm:

oh, shiplift is much more beautiful! don't tell me you can steal a church without believing in the 'h' word,, our -- "h" -- word. ... okay, now 4 some tea
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:14am Adam:

Anything's possible. Tea for all.
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:16am anagram alias:

Oh, just had an idea: maybe you could use the DJ's iceberg to remove the church? <thinking of "shiplift"> It could be like an eclipse, perhaps only attributable to higher forces :-)
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:17am coalhard:

i have to go --love you guys!!--thanks jesse!!!!
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:17am pitter patter pounce:

And maybe Adam Sandler would do the honors?? Like riding a giant ice buffalo
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:18am Adam:

Eureka! The iceberg...perfect...quick thinking! Goodnight to you, coalhard! Until we meet again!
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:19am coalhard:

goodnight zohan
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:21am boomerang bounce:

i found some leftover white tea from like, a bunchof hours ago. (goes well with the gamelon.) will do for now. what kind do you guys drink?
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:22am Adam:

If it's good to you, it's good for you.
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:23am stepladder synesthesia:

when i first moved to nyc, i think sun ra was the first new thing somebody turned me on to. pretty sweet sonic emergence for anybody's mind
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:29am coalhard:

now that you mention it --there is sound coming out of my computer in surround sound
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:35am phantasm phorensics:

Awesome song! Nice squeaky reverb thang on there
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:44am Adam:

The frog and peach! I love you, Jesse!
  Mon. 11/22/10 4:44am greysoul:

Yes! Peaches!!!!!
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:05am wobble ascension.:

Oowee! Greysoul, let the sparkly drone deliver you! :)
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:15am <--->:

I had a cat once that ran away. Thank goodness I didn't try to follow it or reclaim it back, seeing what happened to this character in this Murakami book.
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:17am Kafka on the shore:

I am going mad - all because of WFMU
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:17am greysoul:

Cats always know when it's time to go. They're the ultimate dinner guests. You have to trust them.
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:20am dog:

i hate cats
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:21am Urban Spaceman:

do I exist?
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:21am jj.:

sorry to hear that, kafka. perhaps this experimental australian film soundtrack will help.
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:21am Lavatory Wall:

You might.
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:23am rorschach ricochet:

Yeah, R u ready for a wormhole?: my cat left 3 disparaging metaphors -- the most excruciating was tearing up the outline of a heart on a pillow & then depositing it on the bed overnight -- "breaking your heart" & it used to hide in my piano for hours, playing somber Monk-like slurs with its feet on the way in -- & it crouched over a book called "in times of peril" next to some dry thistles, & i think we mutually decided we'd had enough!
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:23am Lavatory Wall:

E-Nr number for my broken washing machine is WFR2866GB/01 come and fix it
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:25am greysoul:

... and they know how to make an exit, as well.
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:29am triangle wave:

Yes! This one seriously transpired through the walls without even an open door or window & made it back to its former abode. Perhaps the exit shouldn't 've been promulgated by giving it a bath. Poorrr Feline!
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:30am greysoul:

Ah - a clean exit.
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:32am square wave:

Eye, but not clean language in this late hour. Hour goe'st it, Greysoul?
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:34am greysoul:

Clomping the deck with one eye on the weather. (The other obscured by an eyepatch.)
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:35am sine wave:

And, JJ? I think my wormhole was brought on by this extended audio accompaniment...
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:36am jj.:

deep on the other side, dank you vedy much!
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:38am greysoul:

Oh - and before I forget: roast slowly and baste often for best results, everybody!
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:43am mime method:

Aye, you both!! Greysoul, are you fishing nautical turkeys off of starboard? Make sure you give 'im lots o' seeeaa salt
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:47am greysoul:

Dang.

I went to scratch my shoulder and gored my inflatable parrot with my hook.

There goes that.
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:50am migrating mirror:

O, no! Now you won't be the only one wearing a patch, G!
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:55am greysoul:

Good Lord - I never even knew this existed. Good one, Mr. DJ!

Boy ... I hope he does those low E-moans again on the fade.
  Mon. 11/22/10 5:59am goodnight wave:

fare thee well, Thanksgiving'ers!!
  Mon. 11/22/10 6:00am greysoul:

Ahh - he went high on the outro.

Leave it to the King to know how to make an exit.

Happy Birds to y'all.
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