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Lullabies and reveilles. Something for the late nighters and early risers.

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Options November 12, 2011: Let the Traffic Pulverize It

Saturday 3am - 6am

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
Mark McGuire  Aima   Options Get Lost  Mego  *    
Leyland Kirby  No Longer Distance Than Death   Options Eager to Tear the Star  History Always Favours the Winners  *    
Charles Eric Charrier  12 From   Options 2011 Label Sampler  Experimedia  *    
Throbbing Gristle  AB/7A   Options Greatest Hits  Industrial  *   0:22:10 (Pop‑up)
Medikao  Detective   Options Des Jeunes Gens Modernes  Naive  *   0:26:45 (Pop‑up)
Zola Jesus  Vessel   Options Conatus  Sacred Bones  *   0:32:09 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
  Organs in Orbit      0:36:55 (Pop‑up)
Contagious Orgasm  In a Flow   Options Escape  Ant-Zen  *   0:44:22 (Pop‑up)
Serge Gainesbourg/Regine  Laisses-en un Peu pour les Autres   Options Gainsbourg Fait Chanter Regine  Mercury France  *   0:50:18 (Pop‑up)
East River Pipe  Shiny Shiny Pimpmobile   Options The Gasoline Age  Merge    0:53:44 (Pop‑up)
The Lost Domain  The New South   Options Blondes Chew More Gum  Negative Guest List  *   0:57:34 (Pop‑up)
Pheeroan ak Laff  Ayin of Love   Options House of Spirit: Mirth  Universal Sound  *   1:02:59 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
  Organs in Orbit      1:10:41 (Pop‑up)
Jimmy Ford & the Luzers  Mr Flying Saucer man   Options Lost Souls Vol 3: Arkansas Garage & Psycehdelic Rock  Psych of the South  *   1:17:01 (Pop‑up)
The Druids of Stonehenge  Six Feet Down   Options Creation  Sundazed  *   1:17:57 (Pop‑up)
Spinal Tap  Stonehenge   Options This is Spinal Tap  Polydor    1:20:40 (Pop‑up)
Status Quo  Spick and Specks   Options Pictures of Matchstick Men  EMI    1:25:30 (Pop‑up)
Sid Vicious  My Way   Options The Great Rock and Roll Swindle  Virgin    1:28:52 (Pop‑up)
Cramps  Mystery Plane   Options Songs the Lord Taught Us  IRS    1:31:35 (Pop‑up)
Fever Tree  Ninety Nine and a Half   Options Fever Tree  Sundazed  *   1:35:05 (Pop‑up)
Donald Woods and the Belairs  Death of and Angel   Options Lux & Ivy Vol 1  None    1:36:50 (Pop‑up)
Cozy Cole  Topsy Pt 1   Options Lux & Ivy Vol 2  None    1:40:48 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
  Organs in Orbit      1:47:12 (Pop‑up)
The Make Up  Free Arthur Lee   Options I Want Some  K    1:57:22 (Pop‑up)
Love  No Matter What You Do   Options Love: 1966-1972  Elektra    1:59:44 (Pop‑up)
Love   Maybe the People Would be the Times of Between Clark & Hilldale   Options Love: 1966-1972  Elektra    2:02:07 (Pop‑up)
Kourosh Yaghmaei  Tavalode Yek Seda   Options Back from the Brink  Now Again  *   2:05:44 (Pop‑up)
Bill Plummer and the Cosmic Brotherhood  Lady Friend   Options Bill Plummer and the Cosmic Brotherhood  Impulse  *   2:10:59 (Pop‑up)
Bump   Promises to You   Options 2  Shadoks  *   2:15:22 (Pop‑up)
Neil Michael Hagerty  Fortune and Fear   Options Neil Michael Hagerty  Drag City    2:18:54 (Pop‑up)
Spectrals  Many Happy Returns   Options Bad Penny  Slumberland  *   2:23:46 (Pop‑up)
Index  Turquoise Feline II   Options Black Album red Album Yesterday & Today  Lion productions    2:29:17 (Pop‑up)
Evangelista  Hatching   Options In Animal Tongue  Constellation  *   2:31:35 (Pop‑up)
Centimeters  If Only My Dog Would Barely Like Me   Options Delirious Music for Delirious People  None    2:38:36 (Pop‑up)
US Girls  State House   Options On Kraak  Kraak  *   2:40:49 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
  Organs in Orbit      2:42:14 (Pop‑up)
Jonti  Nightshift in Blue   Options Twirligig  Stones Throw  *   2:48:15 (Pop‑up)
Bob-B-Soxx and the Blue Jeans  Why do Lovers Break Each Others Heart?   Options Zip a Dee Doo Dah  Philles  *   2:53:14 (Pop‑up)
Tom Waits  Last Leaf   Options Bad As Me  ANTI    2:56:01 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  3:06am Jay/ London:

Good morning Bill another week gone looking forward to the show !
  3:11am Marmalade kitty:

G'morning Bill, Jay!!
  3:12am Martyn:

Good morning Bill and all.
  3:12am Jay/ London:

Morning Kitty still foggy here
  3:13am Andrew:

Hi Jay, Marmalade Kitty & martyn.
and of course Bill ^_^
  3:14am Bill Mac:

Hey Folks!!!!
  3:14am c moore:

hello from Austin !
  3:17am Jay/ London:

this sounds a bit like the music from the film the cars that ate Paris but i could be wrong as have not seen that film for a long time
  3:18am Ike:

I like this part of outer space a lot!
  3:27am Brian in UK:

Mornin' groovers
  3:32am Bill Mac:

Hope y'all had a good week.... the good news is I'm gainfully employed... the bad news is.... I'm gainfully employed!!!
  3:35am Martyn:

That's good Bill, or ... er, that's bad. Tell us more.
  3:35am Brian in UK:

I'm sorry to hear about your good news Bill.
  3:35am Andrew:

woohoo! ^_^ great for you!
will you still have time for the show though?
  3:36am Martyn:

My concern too.
  3:37am Jay/ London:

Bill glad the job worked out, hope its something you enjoy doing
  3:40am Jay/ London:

hey Andrew who has a paying job at 3am in the morning unless they have too
  3:40am Brian in UK:

You've got the Brits & Aussies attention. It was late night driving music.
  3:40am Michael Hanschmidt:

Hey Bill, good morning from cologne. Good luck for the new job. Work sometimes isnĀ“t hell...., ok. sometimes it is... anyway, were ready for the show.
  3:42am Andrew:

I have one of the Throbbing Gristle albums on vinyl. 20 great jazz hits, or something like that. Need to get a good spot to set up my turntable though.

hi Brian, Ike, C moore, & Michael
  3:42am Brian in UK:

....and Germans, Michael!! Pull up a chair & pour some coffee.
  3:43am Brian in UK:

Andrew. 20 Jazz Funk Greats?
  3:46am Andrew:

that's the one ^_^
I don't remember if I listened to it, cos it's years since I got it,. I tend to buy records & not listen for ages, cos I don't have a permanent turntable stereo set up. Only problem with records is they are a hassle to play, less portable than CDs. But then, when I play them, it's much more of an 'event' than just whacking a CD in.
  3:50am Brian in UK:

If I may be so bold something from East River Pipe's The Automobile Age, perfect for your time of night, Bill. Driving nowhere music.
Andrew let's face it CDs are the acceptable epidemic we have come to hate. Crystal cases, do not get me started.
  3:50am Jay/ London:

hey kitty any news on the mushroom front ?
  3:50am Bill Mac:

Let's give it a spin Bri
  3:53am Jay/ London:

@ Brian I have gone off cds big time I try and get vinyl when ever I can even the old 8 tracks have a better sound
  3:56am Andrew:

yeh, dropping the Cd case with disc in it & breaking most or all of the clips, grrr. or the hinge from lid to bottom. I've found a plastics glue that can glue them though.
though vinyl is hard to keep dust free. Unless you buy special slips to put them in which starts to add up to quite a lot. Then the needle wears out...
I listen to cassettes though, those were nice & small & fairly unbreakable.
  3:56am Brian in UK:

Thanks, Bill
  3:57am abby in france:

hey bill, hey andrew, hey kitty, hey everybody,
that's great bill!
  3:57am Marmalade kitty:

don't ya just hate it when cd case hinge snaps!!
  4:01am Marmalade kitty:

The Cramps should keep you awake Bill.. oh and Sid Vicious My Way ;p
  4:02am Andrew:

Hi abby!
that was a good track. not heard of East River Pipe before.
Yeh Kitty, but I use this plastics glue, Selley's Plastics Glue (no idea if you can get it over there) It has a primer pen & a tube of glue, works great on the hinges. Not so easy to fix the tabs that hold the disc in though. Who designed CD cases with brittle plastic?
  4:03am Jay/ London:

oh yeah you said you might play my way last week bill
  4:06am Andrew:

I like his version of My Way.
  4:06am Marmalade kitty:

Bonjour Abby!
  4:11am Bill Mac:

My Way and the Cramps.... we kin fit that in.... thanks for the reminder! Morning Abby!
  4:14am Brian in UK:

  4:15am Looms:

Hello Bill and everyone!
  4:16am Andrew:

oh also, vinyl albums = way more artwork & lyrics sheets & things, compared with CDs

Hi Looms!
  4:16am Brian in UK:

Ooops sorry, memory fade, Bill. All Fred Cornog's albums have a theme.
  4:22am Looms:

Ha Ha! I was just thinking of Spinal Tap!!!
  4:23am Andrew:

hehe ^_^
Sue played Cups & Cakes at 11.11 today ^_^
  4:23am Bill Mac:

I'm so obvious sometimes! What cheesy keyboards!
  4:24am Bill Mac:

Did she?! I should tie in some status quo!
  4:27am Andrew:

haha, i nearly chocked on my ice-cream when i remembered the mini stonehenge 'model 'they got for their stage show.
  4:29am Andrew:

wow, didnt know Status Quo did this song. I've onlt heard the Bee Gees one.
  4:31am Marmalade kitty:

20 year olds eh..? :)
  4:31am Bill Mac:

I know what you mean Andrew... I was chuckling during the "dancing" part...
  4:32am Jay/ London:

MY Way !!! thanks Bill :)
  4:32am Looms:

@Andrew: yeah, great sequence and very funny movie.
  4:32am Bill Mac:

I know the Bee Gees wrote it... Not a bad 1st album for the Quo
  4:32am Bill Mac:

My pleasure Jay!
  4:32am Martyn:

Sid and Syd, two great lost heroes.
  4:33am abby in france:

yeah this turns a crappy song into a good song.
  4:34am Bill Mac:

Now I feel like we're back on track
  4:35am Jay/ London:

and als0 the the cramps love them !!! :)
  4:38am Andrew:

I agree Bill ^_^
I do like the Cramps though, not heard enough of them.
  4:40am alberto:

thank you, thank you!!! there are no words to descibe my love for death of an angel.
  4:40am Bill Mac:

I should play more of them... I'll be talking about some of their musical cache after the set... great band that know where they're music came from.
  4:41am Bill Mac:

Wow, hey Alberto.... this is great stuff....
  4:42am Brian in UK:

Fever Tree eh. long time. Sundazed are doing a lot of work. Bob Irwin I believe. Did he used to be in The Sinceros over here?
  4:42am Marmalade kitty:

infectious crying boowahh.. wahaaaghh
  4:43am Bill Mac:

Calm down Kitty.... the sad lady is gone now...
  4:46am Brian in UK:

  4:46am Bill Mac:

The best I can do is corroborate your facts on the internet Brian... don't know much about the Sinceros....
  4:46am Jay/ London:

@Bill i have got lux and Lvy's faves great collection
  4:48am Bill Mac:

We have one thru eight here... I have a few on the ipod
  4:48am Andrew:

wow, this Topsy is great!
  4:48am Brian in UK:

From memory Mr Irwin was drumming. They had a cupla albums out. But as with my recall of album titles it is subject to checking!!!
  4:50am Jay/ London:

i have put all of them on my mp3 player :0 I listen to them alot
  4:51am Brian in UK:

What's an iPod?
  4:53am Brian in UK:

Do not get too excited about them, Bill.
  4:54am Jay/ London:

@ brian search me ? no idea
  4:56am Brian in UK:

Big Bottom.
  4:57am Marmalade kitty:

My way video..? Sid dances in his shorts in front of a full length mirror in a bedroom haha! Is it a clip from the killed bambi?
  4:57am Andrew:

talk about bum-cakes, my girl's got em...
  4:57am Jay/ London:

@ Brian it could be
  4:58am intergalactic lowriders association:

all your bass are belong to us!
  4:59am Andrew:

holy hell that bass line is awesome! O_O
  5:00am Jay/ London:

@ kitty it is from the great rock and roll swindle
  5:00am Bill Mac:

Glad you can hear it thru your PC
  5:01am Bill Mac:

Paid for by supporters of the intergalactic lowriders association
  5:03am Brian in UK:

Saw the great man Imperial College Feb 1970. Second incarnation of Love. Thought he would never appear over here. First three albums are peerless.
  5:04am Brian in UK:

It's fucking TIMELESS
  5:05am Bill Mac:

I get more requests for Love than pretty much anything else.
  5:07am Brian in UK:

Have you seen the footage at Glastonbury when he performs Forever Changes with strings? Voice is a bit strained but he still carries it off.
  5:09am Bill Mac:

No sir but I will check it out
  5:14am Brian in UK:

Here's a taster
  5:15am Brian in UK:

Bill, is this The Byrds' Lady Friend.
  5:16am Marmalade kitty:

Arthur Lee at Glastonbury 2003:
  5:18am Bill Mac:

Yep written by David Crosby
  5:19am T-Zero:

  5:19am Bill Mac:

Morning T!
  5:21am T-Zero:

I overslept! :(
  5:22am hamburger:

morning, I'm with T-Zero in the overslept crowd... better late than never I guess
  5:22am Bill Mac:

That's what archives are for!
  5:24am Bill Mac:

At least one of us is rested.
  5:24am T-Zero:

Yeah. The archives come in handy, but I enjoy the live interaction. :)
  5:27am Brian in UK:

It's that kind of weather for sleeping in. Change of seasons. Stay behind after class and help the DJ put the records away.
  5:30am T-Zero:

Yeah. It's gotten really cold here. :( I feel more achy than rested.
  5:30am Andrew:

Hi T-Zero & hamburger ^_^
You are just waking up & i feel like i need to sleep. it's 9.30pm here though.
  5:31am Jay/ London:

morning T-zero keep warm
  5:33am T-Zero:

Evening, Andrew. I'm on Bill's time.

Hi, Jay! Furnace is still working since it was fixed. PC is all sorted. All's good!
  5:37am Jay/ London:

@T- zero that' s all good so maybe that why you over slept now your place is warm
  5:38am Marmalade kitty:

time flew Bill! great show, thanks
  5:40am T-Zero:

@Jay... for some reason I've been feeling really fatigued all week. Have slept much more than usual.
  5:40am Brian in UK:

We're off th Brighton this weekend to see Richard Buckner. I seem to favour these laugh a minute singers!! He was playing London last Monday but we had the pleasure of seeing Aaron Neville that day. 70 years and still has a wonderful voice.
  5:41am Bill Mac:

Thanks MK! I'm glad you could all come by.... come back with a few more ideas, we should be able to get them in
  5:43am Jay/ London:

@ T-zero maybe its the change of season and daylight saving
  5:43am Marmalade kitty:

erm, the wedding present? :)
  5:45am Brian in UK:

This show has flown by today.
  5:46am Andrew:

hmm, me too T-Zero, slept about 15 hours yesterday....
Thanks for the show Bill! ^_^
  5:50am T-Zero:

@Jay: Could be...

@Andrew: Wow! 15 hours...

@Bill: Hope you enjoy the new job.
  5:51am Brian in UK:

Bye everyone.Look after yourselves. Good luck with work, Bill
  5:52am Marmalade kitty:

seeya Brian ;)
  5:52am Bill Mac:

Thanks all! Have fun seeing Richard Buckner Brian.... Oh yeah... SEE YOU GUYS in TWO WEEKS!!!
  5:54am Stanley:

Have a good day Brian. Didn't manage to crawl outa bed this morning. Til next week Bill, hope all goes well.
  5:55am Stanley:

Just read two weeks Bill. Anyway, til then brother.
  5:55am Brian in UK:

Like Jonti. Bit in the Kid Koala mould.
  5:56am Andrew:

two weeks? see you then! ^_^
bye everyone have a good week!
  5:57am Looms:

@Bill: nice show as always, Bill. Great to know you got a new job.
Bye all!
  5:58am Jay/ London:

bill who's filling in for you ?
  5:59am ?:

Thanks everybody.... yep, time to rejoin the living.... drat and double drat! hey Stanley! Catch you soon! PGB will be here next week!
  6:00am T-Zero:

Bye all. Think I may go back to bed lol
  6:00am Looms:

PGB! Great!
  6:06am Jeff In Hawaii:

Is it really true that it is all that good? Now I know. Thank you again for a great set. Mahalo
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