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Options August 15, 2011

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Patrick Victor  Danse Nous Moutia   Options Couleur Locale (Palme Records - Seychilles 1978)  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Blue-Eyed Soul  Happy Day   Options You Ain't No Weight [Truth 198x]  0:03:10 (Pop-up)
Alexander (Chief) Long Rifle  Hay-Co-Net   Options Taste of Everything (197?)  0:06:21 (Pop-up)
Abbas Mehrpooya  Soul Raga   Options African Jumbo (197x)  0:09:58 (Pop-up)
Bellvue High School Chorus  Prepare Ye   Options Godspell (197x General Records)  0:16:57 (Pop-up)
Charisma [Florida 1970's]  Alone No More   Options Is Raptured (197x Rite)  0:18:39 (Pop-up)
Jeff Harmon  To the Core - Making It Up To You   Options To The Core (1979)  0:21:46 (Pop-up)
Daniel Johnston & BEAM Orchestra  True Love Will Find You In The End   Options Beam Me Up! (2011)  0:27:29 (Pop-up)
Steve Douglas [Florida 1970's]  And the Boys Lazed on the Verandah   Options Reflections [Vesta 256975]  0:29:14 (Pop-up)
Peggy Healey Band  So What   Options Nerd Love 7" [1982 Galt Productions]  0:32:00 (Pop-up)
Picaninny Jug Band  Bottle It Up & Go   Options VA - Tub Jug Washboard Bands 1924-1932 (RIVERSIDE)  0:39:43 (Pop-up)
Ephram Carter  Sorrow Come Pass Me Around   Options VA - Sorrow Come Pass Me Around  0:42:12 (Pop-up)
Mardi Gras Indians  Red White and Blue Got the Golden Band   Options Music of New Orleans, Vol. 1. Music of the Streets Music of Mardi Gras (1958 Folkways)  0:44:43 (Pop-up)
The Perry Children  Glory Bound   Options Lord, It's Just Another Hill [PC-1001]  0:49:52 (Pop-up)
Danny Overbea & His Combo  Train Train Train   Options VA -The Train Kept a Rollin (A musical History of the American Railroad 1920's -50's)  0:51:40 (Pop-up)
[East York Alabama Students]  Stooping on the Window   Options VA - Negro Folk Music Of Alabama, Vol. 6 - Ring Game Songs And Others (1951)  0:54:39 (Pop-up)
The Expansives  Life With You (Vocal)   Options Life With You [Leader Records 1982]  1:00:10 (Pop-up)
Ursula 1000  Mondo Beyond   Options Mondo Beyondo (2011)  1:06:53 (Pop-up)
Ozo  Nite of the Black Mamba   Options Disco Town [1980 Skylark]  1:10:36 (Pop-up)
Part Time  She's Got The Right   Options What Would You Say? (2011)  1:15:32 (Pop-up)
Illaiyaraaja  Solla Solla feat. S.P. Balasubrahmanyam   Options Solla Solla: Maestro Ilaiyaraaja And The Electronic Pop Sound Of Kollywood 1977-1983 Vol. 1 LP (2011 Finders Keepers)  1:19:26 (Pop-up)
Compaore Issouf  Dambakale   Options Compaore Issouf [1980 Sacodis]  1:22:52 (Pop-up)
Axemen  The Mind   Options Krypton Ten: Christchurch 1981-87 (Unwucht 2011)  1:32:12 (Pop-up)
Jeich ould Chighaly  Wezin   Options VA - Wallahi le Zein!! Wezin, Jakwar, and Guitar Boogie from the Islamic Republic of Mauritania (2011)  1:36:32 (Pop-up)
Masaaki Jimbo and Mechanic Orchestra  [12]   Options Mechanical Sound Best 12 (196x)  1:40:17 (Pop-up)
Messer Chups  Cannibal Twist   Options 1998-2003  1:42:23 (Pop-up)
Baby Gherkhin vs. Bomis Premdin  The Giant Electromagnet   Options VA - Necroscopix 2 (2011 Artifacts/yclept)  1:45:12 (Pop-up)
Atila [Los Angeles]  Alone in My Room   Options Looking For Love [1985 Individual Records]  1:48:13 (Pop-up)
[25 Morrocan Women and 19 Morrocan Men]  Albazaoua   Options VA - Paul Bowles Morrocan Recordings [1950's Library of Congress]  1:55:16 (Pop-up)
Omar Souleyman  Ala Il Hanash Madgouga (The Bedouin Tattoo)   Options Jazeera Nights: Folk and Pop Sounds of Syria (2010)  1:59:40 (Pop-up)
Fritz Be  I Throw Punches   Options Hmmm... [Piglet Records SWEDEN 1981]  2:04:54 (Pop-up)
Mode I.Q.  I'm immune   Options Mind-Soul (1984 Modern Mode Music)  2:08:18 (Pop-up)
Unknown [Delinquent Girl Boss Soundtrack Composers]]  [9]   Options Delinquent Girl Boss - Zubek├┤ banch├┤: zange no neuchi mo nai (1971)  2:12:20 (Pop-up)
Phensi Phumchusi  Ngam Chai Hat   Options Fa Thalai Chon [Original Recordings]  2:14:14 (Pop-up)
High Mountain Peoples of Tawain  Beautiful womean song   Options Mountain Land of Sound (1968)  2:17:21 (Pop-up)
Abbas Mehrpooya  Ghalbam Shekast   Options African Jumbo (197x)  2:20:10 (Pop-up)
Deborah E. Lillygren  Jesus Gave Me This Song   Options Someday (1983)  2:28:55 (Pop-up)
Pattern (UK)  Gospel Changes   Options Pattern (1975)  2:32:55 (Pop-up)
J.C. the B's  Grandstand   Options 1st and 10 (1975)  2:35:57 (Pop-up)
Frock  Lovely Joan   Options Silkie (1978 Frock Music FM7838)  2:38:23 (Pop-up)
Mike Hay  There's a Place In the World For A Gambler   Options Mike Makes Hay With His Magic Sun [DAN-MAR 1979?]  2:41:02 (Pop-up)
Billy and the Rockets  Leggislate This   Options Sportz Arena (2010)  2:50:54 (Pop-up)
They Were Expendable  Stuck & Starved   Options Krypton Ten: Christchurch 1981-87 (Unwucht 2011)  2:55:29 (Pop-up)
Jimmy Vann & George Greer  Ten Is the Number - Liters   Options Songs of Metric Man OST (Metric Records 1975)  2:57:14 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  9:02pm 12539:

It's dark in here.
  9:03pm Noah W.:

That's "the say-shells", if you mean the islands off southeast Africa...
  9:04pm Jason The Bogen:

say shells by the see shore
  9:05pm Noah W.:

  9:07pm Richard from Venezuela:

Good evening Jason and all the listeners.
  9:18pm Wik E.:

An island nation, Seychelles is located to the northeast of Madagascar and about 1,600 km (994 mi) east of Kenya.
  9:21pm Frisco Kid:

Did "Soul Raga" sound like a TV Theme song or something to anyone else? Despite it being from 1976, it sure sounded familiar....
  9:31pm johN:

Digging all this.
  9:35pm 12539:

Will there be Chief Koofreh tonight?
  9:37pm Yenta:

Yer from Lon Gisland?
  10:02pm gregory:

I'm a white guy who grew up in South Africa during apartheidt and I remember picaninny being used for little black kids, but almost in an affectionate way, not malicious. But I don't know if the origin of the word is racist.
  10:03pm gregory:

ok, I looked it up and it's totally racist. whoops.
  10:04pm George of Troy:

Italo! Nice.
  10:09pm fred von helsing:

good stuff !
  10:10pm G:

It's from Portuguese for "little ones" (meaning kids, specifically used of black kids). -- Pretty much any word for Africans in slavery diaspora became tinged with that era and was subsequently jettisoned as pejorative, even if "little ones" used for children was originally descriptive, rather than deliberately derogatory.
  10:11pm T-Zero:

Yay for Alex Gimeno
  10:27pm david:

oh jason, you're doin it with this Tamil bolly and now ??? stuff
  10:45pm T-Zero:

Yah, theremin
  10:45pm fred von helsing:

seen Messer Chups live - they r00l
  10:51pm fred von helsing:

you're all over the musical landscape - am diggin' it
  11:00pm Neil Y.:

Keep on morrocan in the free form!
  11:01pm david:

I'll have to check out your archives, Jason... this was a damn fine hour of programming...
  11:33pm T-Zero:

Talk about pretentious
  11:34pm Jason The Bogen:

More pretentious than a christian band from the UK covering a John Denver song?
  11:36pm T-Zero:

I was thinking more regarding the lyrics
  11:39pm Jason The Bogen:


Maybe I'm splitting hairs, but are you confusing 'self-righteous' with 'pretentious'?
  11:40pm T-Zero:

No, I don't think so. Seemed to be making claim to a sense of self-importance
  11:50pm david:

embrace the hiss...
  11:52pm Alger:

I'm down with that.
  11:56pm 12539:

Thanks for taking care of business tonight, Jason.
  11:58pm T-Zero:

@Jason: Well, I'd agree with the sentiment of self-righteousness, in general, but in this instance I didn't get a sense of the lyrics being exceptionally judgemental or "preachy", as much as thinking herself of particular self-importance that some supreme being appointed her specifically to be the medium. Of course, there's nothing unusual about that either. As for the music itself, it was quite nice, aside from the lyrics irritating me, personally. Others probably took no exception to those at all. ;)
  11:59pm Theo Loggins:

Harcore Christians believe God gives them everything good. To them it's not about their individuality being superior or something, just a statement of fact based on their definition of what they think "God" means.

But I guess we're entitled not to understand them. They don't understand us, either.
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