Favoriting Strength Through Failure with Fabio: Playlist from October 6, 2011 Favoriting

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The Failure of Noise
The Failure of Sound
The Failure of Rock
The Failure of the Avant Garde
The Failure of the Space Age
The Failure of Jazz
The Failure of Psychedelia
The Failure of Krautrock
The Failure of Electronic
The Failure of Pop
The Failure of Free-form
The Failure of the 20th Century

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James Last  Mr. Giant Man   Favoriting Voodoo Party  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
jAMES Hoffs  How wheeling feels when the ground walks away   Favoriting How wheeling feels when the ground walks away  0:08:59 (Pop-up)
The Upsetters  Grumblin dub   Favoriting Lee Scratch Perry: Arkology  0:10:13 (Pop-up)
Cupol (Graham Lewis & Bruce Gilbert)  Kluba Cupol   Favoriting Like this for the ages  0:14:16 (Pop-up)
Keith Hudson  Hunting   Favoriting Flesh Of My Skin, Blood Of My Blood  0:30:19 (Pop-up)
Public Image Ltd.  Poptones   Favoriting Second Edition  0:32:34 (Pop-up)
Junior Murvin  Police And Thieves   Favoriting Lee Scratch Perry: Arkology  0:38:27 (Pop-up)
 
Gnod  Tony's first Communion   Favoriting INGNODWETRUST  0:51:31 (Pop-up)
Tony Conrad w/ Faust  From the Side of Woman and Mankind   Favoriting Outside the Dream Syndicate  1:02:55 (Pop-up)
David Bedford  Some Bright Stars For Queen's College   Favoriting Nurses Song With Elephants  1:12:25 (Pop-up)
Metal Rouge  Lucid dreaming at Bohemian Grove   Favoriting Then in Shadow  1:27:03 (Pop-up)
 
Scott McDowell  There is a change in the Air (Heavy Silence remix)   Favoriting WFMU reinterprets the Music of Sun Ra: Interplanetary Remixes  1:47:31 (Pop-up)
Hot Club  Lorsque Yvonne Descends   Favoriting Straight Outta Bagnolet  1:52:18 (Pop-up)
Opponents  Chapter 3   Favoriting Temple of Decadence  1:55:22 (Pop-up)
AGF & Craig Armstrong  Konstantinopolis   Favoriting Orlando  2:09:35 (Pop-up)
Opponents  Chapter 2   Favoriting Temple of Decadence  2:09:50 (Pop-up)
Stu Phillips/The Sandpipers  Beyond the Valley of the Dolls   Favoriting Beyond the Valley of the Dolls  2:10:30 (Pop-up)
 
Pacific 231  Live Data: archive 3   Favoriting 1983-86 Compendium  2:24:11 (Pop-up)
jAMES Hoffs  How wheeling feels when the ground walks away   Favoriting How wheeling feels when the ground walks away  2:30:06 (Pop-up)
Youngsbower  Eagle like a fly   Favoriting Relayer  2:30:30 (Pop-up)
Huntsville  The Appearance Of A Wise Child   Favoriting For the Middle Class  2:37:25 (Pop-up)
Mamuthones  10000 Voices   Favoriting Sator  2:44:05 (Pop-up)
Astral Social Club  star Guzzlers (excerpt)   Favoriting Star Guzzlers  2:51:25 (Pop-up)
jAMES Hoffs  How wheeling feels when the ground walks away   Favoriting How wheeling feels when the ground walks away  2:59:26 (Pop-up)
 


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Listener comments!

  3:09pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

viva la hangover
  3:09pm
hubba:

Let's do this... Fabio!
  3:11pm
earwax:

Viva la Failure
  3:12pm
Can Dialectics Break Bricks?:

ah, nostalgia... nostalgia for last nite at Zucotti park, that is. was anyone else there?
  3:12pm
Lester Moll:

Almost forgot to tune back to the station. Get tired eventually of three hours of garage/ bar band music.
  3:13pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

I get tired of it before it even starts
  3:14pm
BSI:

Viva everything!
  3:14pm
seang:

Vivas to those who have failed--Walt Whitman
  3:14pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

eternally?
  3:14pm
Looms:

What BSI & Earwax said.
  3:16pm
hubba:

Are we in for the long haul? yes, yes we are...
  3:17pm
stefica:

the only thing better than an email from fabio is FOUR emails from fabio!
  3:18pm
J J:

Ow. (turns volume back down to normal setting)
  3:22pm
fabio:

my apologies to anyone receiving multiple emails from me. had some screwy business with email client.
  3:25pm
Looms:

failure of email client :)
  3:26pm
BSI:

efail.
  3:29pm
stefica:

email failure is our gain
  3:30pm
J J:

Make sure to reply to each multiple email in a different tone of voice.
  3:30pm
Looms:

d@_@b
  3:31pm
95% dc pat:

Cupol is cool.
  3:32pm
Looms:

aaaahhhhh, so good!
  3:33pm
fabio:

but remember, if you are inclined to help out, we are having a fund raiser here and we do need your support....
  3:34pm
hubba:

stony militant music for the wet weather outside and for the citizen on the street...
  3:35pm
Marmalade Kitty:

Poptones-ah!!!!
  3:36pm
J J:

95% I sometimes wonder if I'm ever running at 100%. Not that I don't feel 100%, but what if all I've ever known is really like 85% because of my non-stringent eating and exercising habits.
  3:37pm
Looms:

@Kitty: Goodness yes!
  3:38pm
Cecile:

or in honor my afternoon snack: popcorn....ahhhhh!
  3:38pm
Marmalade Kitty:

PIL American bandstand! :)
  3:40pm
hubba:

there you go... paltry sum... Thank You WFMU!!!
  3:40pm
hubba:

OH YEAH!!!
  3:41pm
Dick Clark:

@MK - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZLhqTzjpUM
  3:41pm
hubba:

Fabio - any chance you might be able to dig up the Joseph Steiglitz Youtube audio from OWS?
  3:42pm
popo:

sweet failure
the anti-irwin
  3:45pm
95% dc pat:

Did I ever tell you about the time I went to see Junior Murvin while down at the shore?
  3:46pm
95% dc pat:

...turned out to be Junior MArvin, dammit.
  3:46pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

glad to see you're almost back to normal, pat!
  3:46pm
Looms:

Thanks Fab!
  3:47pm
Marmalade Kitty:

I feel bad/guilty etc..! I will pledge!
  3:47pm
95% dc pat:

getting there, thanks.
  3:51pm
Chris from DC:

Saw Dan Higgs cover the song from that space hippies episode once. Hilarious.
  3:51pm
BSI:

aw man, I wasn't sure who you meant until the JAW reference..... whoa...
  3:51pm
Chop Scott:

Meyer's "Good Morning and Goodbye"!!!
  3:53pm
Looms:

R.I.P. Gòskin Sipahioglu.
  3:53pm
das:

I went to see Steve Reich play a matinee at a small club once, turned out to be Steven Reich who sang Jewish folk songs during brunch.
  3:56pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

there is a band that is somewhat popular called Deerhunter and another significantly less popular band called The Dear Hunter. I wonder how many disappointed non-fans show up at their shows.
  3:59pm
still b/p:

Fun or Failure in translation:
"Göksin Sipahioglu who embodied the scoop in photojournalism makes the weapons at the respectable age of 84."
  4:02pm
Looms:

@still b/p: excellent! I think it comes from French topic "passer l'arme à gauche" = to pass away
  4:03pm
Cecile:

Roger Miller did a version of "King of the Road."
It was on electric piano. And was very noisy.
  4:03pm
hubba:

Tony Danza's Dream #214
  4:27pm
BSI:

...holy crap...
  4:30pm
Marmalade Kitty:

...the last track, had the intensity like holding breath on and on beyond comfort.....
  4:34pm
Cecile:

gnod used to be a kind of weird musical affiliation program that formed the basis of Pandora, Amazon, etc.
  4:35pm
Marmalade Kitty:

*not David Bedford, 70's marathon runner..
  4:36pm
J J:

Up! Soooo absurd.
  4:37pm
J J:

not the animated version, obviously.
  4:37pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

oh I just saw the Last Picture Show! yes!
  4:38pm
BSI:

Beyond the Valley of the Dolls takes the prize for this punk over here.
  4:38pm
Cecile:

Cybill Sheppard, too. And Cloris Leachman got the Oscar for her role
  4:38pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

Ellen Burstyn was hot in that...Cybil Shepherd!
  4:39pm
Cecile:

She's a good actress with the right material. I liked her sitcom in spite of itself.
  4:39pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

might I add, Cybil Shepherd standing naked on a diving board!
  4:40pm
Cecile:

crystal radio!
  4:40pm
Insane Clown Posse:

Magnets? How do they work?
  4:40pm
david:

FM magic!
  4:41pm
Sven:

Yes, science is the TRUE magic.
  4:42pm
Cecile:

one of my favorite ICP interviews was when the interviewer brought a copy of "How Things Work" with him. Spoiler: they already knew how magnets work.
  4:42pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

I have strong Desire to leave this place of My Employ early to-day.
  4:42pm
hubba:

Shoot butter... I missed Metal Rouge....
  4:44pm
david:

man it is so hard to duplicate that swing-on-top-of-swing comping that Le Son'y Ra does...
  4:45pm
hubba:

I think we got us an old fashion dialectical process goin on... OWS folks are being compared to the Tea Party... anyone read that?
  4:45pm
earwax:

Insane Clown Posse? How do they exist?
  4:46pm
tony:

From an AV Club 2009 interview with Charles Napier: I was dating some stripper, and she told me about a movie this guy wanted her to make, and she was scared to go in and talk to the guy. But I went along, and at that time, he was out in Santa Monica someplace, and I walked in, and he basically said “What the hell are you doing here?” And I said “Well, she doesn’t feel comfortable around you.” And he said, “Do you feel comfortable around me?” And I said, “About as far as I can fuckin’ throw ya.” And I wound up in a movie. He said, “Have you been in the military?” I go “Yeah,” and he goes, “Okay, I want you to play this role.” And that’s how I got in the movie with him.
  4:46pm
hubba:

my burrito so warm... my toes are so cold... idea...

mash burrito between my toes!
  4:48pm
tony:

Sorry, that was referencing Napier's relationship with Russ Meyer if it wasn't obvious.
  4:50pm
hubba:

What is happening to Bryan Ferry?
  4:51pm
J J:

The commentary track on the Beyond the Valley with Roger Ebert is one of my favorites.
What's his face, Jonathan Demme was a fan of Napier from Meyers movies, put him in his movies as well. He had that awesome old school movie star face.
  4:53pm
jz:

Sorry I missed the Bedford, he’s underappreciated tho’ appearing in Wire and Mojo recently. Much of his music sounds a bit like 2001: A Space Odyssey with ethereal children’s or women’s voices added
  5:02pm
hamburger:

awww yea drone in the housssssssssszzzz
  5:02pm
slugluv1313:

SPACE HIPPIES!!! :)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRewcZXEMb8
STILL love this in all its *painful* glory -- Mr. Napier will be missed :(
  5:06pm
andymorphic:

i gave you some money fabio but i love everyone at wfmu
  5:12pm
BSI:

okay that one deserves another holy crap.
  5:13pm
northguineahills:

Thanks for the quote, Tony.......

just made a nice enchilada...., potato, veggie chorizo, w/ salsa verde made w/ charred poblanos, habaneros, & tomatillos, complete w/ crema de azteca (even though I'm lactose intolerant) (actually my gf made it last night).
  5:14pm
BSI:

I found a CD of the Beyond the Valley soundtrack, coupled with tunes from another film called GROUPIE GIRL, which I haven't seen ....... sounds like an ideal double-feature based on titles alone....
  5:16pm
fabio:

Special show coming up at the end of the Month: Con:Tribute II. second installment with GenKen Montgomery covering some of the music and life of the late Conrad Schnitzler. w/ possible special call-in surprise guest!..details to come...
  5:20pm
Z Man:

I HAVE BOOBS!
  5:21pm
david:

I do enjoy my vague notion that Clay will have some kind of programming. :)
  5:26pm
Dickie Normus:

Beyond the Volley of the Balls?
  5:33pm
Earl Silas Tupper:

Beyond the Volition of Bowls
  5:36pm
esther:

beyond the voiding of bowels
  5:36pm
Hacksaw Jenkins:

Beyond the Pigeons of the Clay
  5:39pm
Brass Knuckles:

Russ Meyers or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Boobies
  5:43pm
Tura Satana:

Russ never worried when I was around, that's for sure.
  5:45pm
Julie:

Send Fabio your lire..um..euros
  5:47pm
Matt from Springfield:

@Julie: Fabio was born in Argentina--Argentinian Pesos would also work.
  5:53pm
Ike:

I like this a lot.
  5:53pm
Matt from Springfield:

Intense ambient. I love this as well!
Mashup idea: Star Guzzlers vs. Starcastle!
  5:54pm
Hacksaw Jenkins:

How dare you mash up the sacred cow that is Starcastle!
  5:54pm
nic:

yeah it was awesome
  5:55pm
Brass Knuckles:

Clay kind of looks like Z-Man. I could see him saying this is my radio show and it's freaking me out
  5:55pm
jaycjay:

Wild Wild West was Escape Club.
  5:55pm
Night Al:

Escape Club did Wild Wild West Clay.
  5:56pm
jaycjay:

Or vice versa.
  5:56pm
?:

Relayer is not Tales From Topographic Oceans!
  5:57pm
david:

The Man stripped pop culture out of '60s social movements for just that reason, IMO....
  5:57pm
Matt from Springfield:

Captain's Chair Radicals, Unite!
  5:57pm
Michael:

Hooray! It's a Triumvirate show!
  5:57pm
Night Al:

Timex Social Club was an American R&B/Hip hop group, formed in 1982 by students of Berkeley High School in Berkeley, California. They are perhaps best known for their 1986 hit single, "Rumors" and for being major forerunners to the soon-incipient new jack swing movement.
  5:58pm
tormato, not gradually going tornado:

Don't Kill The Whale!
  5:59pm
G:

Relayer is from a lyric in Tales that then became the name of the next album. Whatver!!!! :-)
  5:59pm
KC:

"Hear the one about Michael, some say he must be gay
I try to argue, but they say if he was straight he wouldn't move that way"
  6:00pm
Ike:

The mention of Timex Social Club causes me to bring up this video yet AGAIN:
http://youtu.be/yygrgcOtezM
  6:00pm
glenn:

i played risk all the time when i was a nipper.
  6:00pm
Cecile:

there are lots in the Midwest. My husband visits them often.
  6:01pm
?:

D. Boon was finished off for being political.
  6:02pm
glenn:

i thought your hubby's hobby was bettie page.
  6:04pm
?:

@G: Thanks, I'll look into it.
  6:07pm
dale:

there's some hardcore scale modelers out there. i used to work with a guy who scratchbuilt models. he'd turn his own engine pulleys and wheels and stuff on a mini lathe out of brass.
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