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You see a blanket on the ground. It's your favorite color, smooth and soft. You can sit on it, or lie on it. It's a flying blanket, and you are the pilot. You are in control. You can fly anywhere you wish, just by thinking about it. You are the pilot.

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Options June 13, 2011: Understanding comes slowly and only with much assistance

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Brian Eno  The True Wheel   Options Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)  Astralwerks  0:00:00 ()
Judy Garland  Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland   Options Judy Garland  Metro  0:05:33 ()
Andre Patenaude  My God   Options My Life  La Salette  0:07:33 ()
Stratos & Styl. Keromytis  Tis Mastouras O Skopos   Options V/A: Rembetika 4: Vassilis Tsitsanis: The Postwar Years: 1946, CD A  JSP Records  0:10:01 ()
William Whitehead  Chorale in A Minor (C. Frank)   Options The Organ of the Philadelphia Academy of Music  Cameo  0:13:16 ()
Mark C. Muller, C.L.U. and Micheal P. Coyle, C.L.U.  The Path to the Million Dollar Round Table   Options The Path to the Million Dollar Round Table  M.C.K. Records  0:21:58 ()
Caedmon  Beowulf read by J.B. Bessinger, Jr.   Options Beowulf, Caedmon's Hymn, and Other Old English Poems  Caedmon  0:28:12 ()
Mia Theodoratus  Misirlou   Options 7"  Mia Theodoratus  0:30:38 ()
Spiro T. Agnew  The Responsibilities of Television/Confidence in America's Future   Options Speaks Out    0:40:18 ()
Music behind DJ:
The Necks 
Silverwater   Options Silverwater  ReR Megacorp  0:40:37 ()
Zazou Bikaye Cy1  Mama Lenvo   Options Noir et Blanc  Crammed  0:54:56 ()
Francis Bebey  Di Sengi   Options Akwaaba  Original Music  1:00:26 ()
Panda Bear  Slow Motion   Options Tomboy  Paw Tracks  1:08:04 ()
Herbert Brün  Futility 1964   Options V/A: Electronic Music from the University of Illinois  Heliodor  1:12:35 ()
Yellow Swans  Endlessly Making an End of Things   Options At All Ends  Weird Forest  1:22:56 ()
P. Kиплинг  MAУГЛИ   Options MAУГЛИ  Melodiya  1:26:48 ()
Daniel Menche  Feral two   Options Feral  Sub Rosa  1:31:53 ()
Levan Medoian  Hamset Ahgtchig   Options Folk Songs From Armenia  Westminster  1:40:05 ()
Scimhtyrue  Niaga Niar Eht Semoc Ereh   Options Hcuot  RCA  1:44:24 ()
Music behind DJ:
The Necks 
Silverwater   Options Silverwater  ReR Megacorp  1:48:53 ()
Anti-Social Music  Rut (comp. Ken Thomson)   Options Anti-Social Music Is the Future of Everything  Peacock  2:05:01 ()
Series  Undetermined Crescence of a Moon/Elephant March II   Options Series  Shrat Field  2:12:44 ()
Tower Communications  Tower Communications   Options Tower Communications  Jeppesen & Co.  2:21:47 ()
Robert Fripp & Brian Eno  Evening Star   Options Evening Star  Editions EG  2:23:49 ()
Spike Jones & His City Slickers  Cocktails for Two   Options The Best of Spike Jones and His City Slickers  RCA  2:30:53 ()
Roxy Music  Love is t Love i Love is the DrLove is Drug the Love   Options Roxy Music's Greatest Hits  Warner Bros.  2:34:44 ()
Group 180  Coming Together (comp. Frederic Rzewski)   Options 180-AS Csoport  Hungaroton  2:39:12 ()
Music behind DJ:
The Necks 
Silverwater   Options Silverwater  ReR Megacorp  2:57:19 ()

Listener comments!

  Mon. 6/13/11 9:10pm Richard from Venezuela:

Good evening Dan B.
  Mon. 6/13/11 9:15pm Dan B:

Hey Richard, welcome!
  Mon. 6/13/11 9:15pm Dan B:

OK everyone don't forget you can follow me at twitter -- @airborneevent
  Mon. 6/13/11 9:25pm Marmalade Kitty:

Evening Dan, this is great, I was thinking silent movie music october oktyabr
  Mon. 6/13/11 9:31pm b-minus:

i bought a copy of this record (Beowulf, Caedmon's Hymn, and Other Old English Poems) from FMU at a sale in the "parking lot" in jersey city
  Mon. 6/13/11 9:35pm Richard from Venezuela:

  Mon. 6/13/11 9:36pm molerat:

Enjoying the show.
  Mon. 6/13/11 9:42pm dave:

i'm an unrepentant nattering nabob of negativism.
  Mon. 6/13/11 9:53pm damien:

keep doing what you are doing, Sir
  Mon. 6/13/11 9:53pm PGB:

CLU = Certified Life Underwriter
  Mon. 6/13/11 9:59pm Tom Miller:

Hey Dan, I remember this! Hector Zazou was this crazy Frenchman who teamed up with Bony Bikaye from Congo.
  Mon. 6/13/11 10:00pm damien:

Bassekou Kouyate and Oumou Sangare. These should be household names. See them both in concert, if you can.
  Mon. 6/13/11 10:07pm Dan B:

I have to say: Best. Audience. Ever. You guys are always full of germane info and great tips. Thanks!
  Mon. 6/13/11 10:16pm Richard from Venezuela:

panda bear is a soccer fan?. Last song of tomboy is called Benfica. Like my favorite portuguese soccer team. Good one, panda bear.
  Mon. 6/13/11 10:17pm Kat:

oh man how do I get my mitts on this "Futility 1964" business.
  Mon. 6/13/11 10:21pm Richard from Venezuela:

Just check. Panda Bear lives in Lisbon. Awesome.
  Mon. 6/13/11 10:28pm Tom Miller:

Mowgli from The Jungle Book?
  Mon. 6/13/11 10:29pm Dan B:

Bonus points for anyone who can translate the title of this album -- it's a Russian play, I take it -- and tell me in English what it is. B/C the record's all in Cyrillic and I'm useless at that.
  Mon. 6/13/11 10:30pm Richard from Venezuela:

sound great this russian thing.
  Mon. 6/13/11 10:30pm Dan B:

Oh hell, that could be it Tom. Graphic on front of boy with wolf and panther, dressed in skin and carrying a spear.
  Mon. 6/13/11 10:31pm Richard from Venezuela:

wikipedia confirms Dan B. Maugli is the title.

  Mon. 6/13/11 10:31pm Tom Miller:

It's a children's story. "Mawgli" by R. Kipling. Perhaps you know it from the Disney version... with Louis Prima?
  Mon. 6/13/11 10:33pm Dan B:

Aha, yes of course...thank you Tom and Richard. Bonus points awarded (though you don't need them, you're already rolling in them.)
  Mon. 6/13/11 10:34pm Tom Miller:

Good to know the WFMU playlist can type in Cyrillic. But can the Bodah 9000 speechify it?
  Mon. 6/13/11 10:35pm Pete Galub:

P. Kиплинг is the Russian transliteration for "R. Kipling" (Rudyard Kipling),
  Mon. 6/13/11 10:40pm Tom Miller:

I always wanted to be Mowgli. When we took the family to Disney World he was my alter ego.
  Mon. 6/13/11 10:45pm PG:

"Here Comes the Rain Again" backwards?
  Mon. 6/13/11 10:45pm Richard from Venezuela:

Yes it is.
  Mon. 6/13/11 10:48pm 12539:

Drops flying up into the sky...
  Mon. 6/13/11 10:50pm damien:

I HIGHLY recommend double-tracking Daytripper. Play around with the delay times (milliseconds at most). so much fun.
  Mon. 6/13/11 10:52pm Kat:

I wish I made enough money to pay my marathon pledges upfront instead of on the installment plan. I really want to adopt the stunt turntable one year.
  Mon. 6/13/11 11:06pm Dan B:

  Mon. 6/13/11 11:17pm damien:

wow. Mr. DJ, you played Matthew Shipp on your first show. and, on Aug 22, 2001, you opened with Shakti/John McLaughlin. I am impressed.

I wonder when the first True Wheel appeared. ?? I propose an Airborne Event trivia contest!

The winner gets a package of Doctor Scholl's Corn Removers
  Mon. 6/13/11 11:21pm Dan B:

Good idea Damien! Haha. I'll buy the corn removers and ship them to the winners if you set up the trivia contest -- spend the week and then run it on the playlist next week and I'll take calls on the phone too. Sound good?
  Mon. 6/13/11 11:24pm damien:

dear heavens. what have i done! Gimme two weeks, Dan! i will try my best!
  Mon. 6/13/11 11:25pm Dan B:

@damien, sounds good -- just email me if you need another week. And I will send a bunch of CDs your way to make it worth your while. Are you up for it?
  Mon. 6/13/11 11:27pm damien:

The Pressure! The Pressure!

I will do it! I will study hard!

May it not be lame.
  Mon. 6/13/11 11:31pm damien:

the Airborne Event archive is a deep well. I may need Matlab to analyze the database. I may need to enlist CIA, NSA, TSA, MYA, and grandma
  Mon. 6/13/11 11:32pm Dan B:

@damien, you funny. just take a handful of tranquilizers -- like I do before my show every week -- and it will go very smoothly.
  Mon. 6/13/11 11:34pm Marmalade Kitty:

  Mon. 6/13/11 11:36pm Dr Scholl (rubbing hands):

What this will do for sales!
  Mon. 6/13/11 11:39pm 12539:

Bryan Ferry is probably fuming that (Fripp &) Eno didn't get this treatment.
  Mon. 6/13/11 11:41pm Dan B:

@12539 but I wanted to hear him say he nnneeeeddededded toscortoototoneeededtoscore. over and over again. Besides, Fripp & Eno gave their No More Pussyfooting reissue that kind of treatment without any help from me!
  Mon. 6/13/11 11:41pm Marmalade Kitty:

I love what you're doing there with love is the drug.
  Mon. 6/13/11 11:47pm Marmalade Kitty:

the bass in the reversed eurthymics track you played earlier reminded me of warning signs talking heads ..abit!!
  Mon. 6/13/11 11:47pm Tom Miller:

Attica! Attica!
  Mon. 6/13/11 11:50pm Marmalade Kitty:

..was there a reversed eurythmics track earlier? or, did i imagine it? ..angel?
  Mon. 6/13/11 11:51pm Tom Miller:

Oh man, I knew some of the guys from Group 180 in Budapest back before capitalism. By night they were secretly connected to dissident underground rock bands.
  Mon. 6/13/11 11:57pm damien:

sound like Quebecois Wire
  Mon. 6/13/11 11:58pm 12539:

Thanks, Dan.
  Tue. 6/14/11 2:25pm Looms:

I'm only halfway to the archive but it's so good that I had to check in. Keep up the good work, Dan!
ps: I still miss Francis Bebey after all these years, thanks for playing him. And I think I haven't realized yet how much I'm gonna miss Gil Scott-Heron
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