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

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Options December 10, 2011: All of Our Pets Heads Are Popping Off

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
Shane Perlowin  Buried Histories   Options Son of the Transcendental Maggot  Tsiguri  *   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Throbbing Gristle  Weeping   Options DOA  Industrial  *   0:03:27 (Pop‑up)
Robert Wyatt/Orchestre National de Jazz Daniel Yvinec  O Caroline   Options Around Robert Wyatt  Bee Jazz  *   0:07:52 (Pop‑up)
Raleigh Moncrief  Cast Out for Days   Options Watered Lawn  Anticon  *   0:15:26 (Pop‑up)
Dirty Beaches  Coast to Coast   Options Le Station Radar  Le Station Radar  *   0:19:38 (Pop‑up)
Ferdinand Rhytm  Narcotics   Options Orgelvark: En Stadig Samling Svensk Syntmusik  Neukoln  *   0:24:09 (Pop‑up)
Vilttiketju/Disgrace  Juomaripelle/Count Five   Options Hahmotushairio: Kokoelma  Kissankusi  *   0:27:47 (Pop‑up)
Zappa/Mothers  Cheepnis   Options Roxy & Elsewhere  Ryko    0:31:14 (Pop‑up)
Pierre Henry  Too Fortiche   Options Messe Pour le Temps  Phillips    0:37:44 (Pop‑up)
Jim & Jean  Time Goes Backwards   Options Soft Sounds for Gentle People  Pet  *   0:41:20 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Bill Blacks Combo 

Smokie Part 2   Options

Best of 



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Can  Paperhouse   Options Tago mago  Spoon  *   0:55:18 (Pop‑up)

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Organs in Orbit 



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Le Priet Vaha Chosmos E Bacon Maourian  El Bombero   Options Preietto Viaja al Cosmos con Mariano  Random  *   1:05:09 (Pop‑up)
Marc Bolan  Hippy Gumbo   Options Real Life Permanent Dreams  Castle    1:09:31 (Pop‑up)
Question Mark  Freaking Out   Options Be Nice to the People  Normal  *   1:11:58 (Pop‑up)
Witch  Tooth Factory   Options Groovy Tunes from the 70s:Martha's 2011 Premium  None    1:20:02 (Pop‑up)
Fanfare Ciocarlia  Born to Be Wild   Options TSPs Hour of Babel: Rob Weisberg's 2011 Premium  None  *   1:21:00 (Pop‑up)
Erkin Koray  Ask Oyunu   Options 2  Wpc  *   1:23:22 (Pop‑up)
Black Ox Orkestar  Stav Ya Pitu   Options Ver tanzt?  Constellation    1:26:21 (Pop‑up)
Kambar Kalendarov & Kutman Sultanbekov  Mezgil Jangyrygy   Options Jaw  Cantaloupe  *   1:29:59 (Pop‑up)
Huun Huur Tu  Ezir Kara   Options Where Young Grass Grows  Shanachie    1:34:41 (Pop‑up)

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Organs in Orbit 



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Sao Paulo Underground  Carambola   Options Tres Cabecas Loucuras  Cuneiform  *   1:44:06 (Pop‑up)
Mimi Goese & Ben Neill  If You Lie Awake   Options Songs for Persephone  Ramseur  *   1:48:55 (Pop‑up)
Fred Frith  Dancing in the Street/My Enemy is a Bad Man   Options Gravity  Fred    1:53:26 (Pop‑up)
Alain Bashung  C'est Comment Qu'on Friene   Options Play Blessures  Barclay  *   1:57:44 (Pop‑up)
Dead Moon  Out of the Blue   Options Strange Pray Tell  Music Maniac    2:00:39 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Adrian Belew 

Laughing Man   Options

Return of the Rhino King 



2:03:43 (Pop‑up)
Lightning Hopkins   Walking Blues   Options The Gold Star Sessions Volume 2  Arhoolie    2:09:29 (Pop‑up)
Little Caeser  Goodbye Baby   Options The Roots of hip Hop  harte recordings  *   2:12:07 (Pop‑up)
Louie Jordan & his Tympany Five  Hungry Man   Options Disc 5; 1949-1950  JSP    2:13:43 (Pop‑up)
Antonio Carlos Jobim  Stone Flower   Options Bossa Jazz: The Birth of Hard Bossa, Samba Jazz and the Evolution of Brazilian Fusion 1962-73  Soul Jazz  *   2:16:53 (Pop‑up)
Bob Dourough  Midnight Sun   Options This Time the Dreams on me:Monica's 2011 Premium  None  *   2:21:16 (Pop‑up)
Hollie Cook  Milk and Honey   Options This Time the Dreams on me:Monica's 2011 Premium  None  *   2:25:13 (Pop‑up)
The Crystals  Frankenstein Twist   Options Twist Uptown  Philles  *   2:27:49 (Pop‑up)
James Brown  What Kind of Fool am I?   Options Soul on Top  Verve    2:31:24 (Pop‑up)

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Organs in Orbit 



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Johnny Horton  Take Me As I Am   Options The Essential Johnny Horton  Sony    2:39:43 (Pop‑up)
Norma Jean  The Future Ex-Mrs Jones   Options Heaven Help the Working Girl  Omni  *   2:41:47 (Pop‑up)
Merle Haggard  Will You Visit Me On Sundays?   Options Prison  Capitol    2:44:02 (Pop‑up)
Rolling Stones  You Win Again   Options Some Girls  Universal republic  *   2:47:10 (Pop‑up)
Beach Boys  Heroes and Villains   Options Smile  Capitol  *   2:50:08 (Pop‑up)
Magazine   Burst   Options Real Life  EMI    2:52:17 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:10am T-Zero:

Morning, Bill. FYI: Today is Human Rights Day.
  3:17am Bill Mac:

Morning T! Duly noted. A bit of info about this can be found here
  3:17am Bill Mac:

Morning All!
  3:19am T-Zero:

Have a balloon http://www.ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Day2011/Pages/VisualDesigns.aspx
  3:20am Andrew:

Hi Bill & T zero ^_^
Interesting music today. I liked the Throbbing Gristle one.
  3:22am T-Zero:

Evening, Andrew. I've been enjoying all these tracks.
  3:22am Bill Mac:

Hi Andrew - yeah, me too. We recently got 3 or 4 TG releases simultaneously, which would explain the recent heavy airplay
  3:27am Andrew:

does the new section mean newly released or new to the station?
  3:29am Bill Mac:

Anything that's new to the station gets lumped into the "new" category
  3:30am Andrew:

I like this track by Vilttiketju
ohhh and this one...
  3:31am T-Zero:

Waiting to see what this week's Skoal Kodiak selection will be...
  3:32am Brian in UK:

Mornin' Bill. T-Zero, Andrew et al. How're you feeling T-Z?
Beautiful morning, cold as a witches tit.
  3:33am Bill Mac:

Hint hint
  3:33am Bill Mac:

Hasn't gotten tit-chilly yet here, but it's a matter of time.
  3:34am T-Zero:

Morning, Brian. Really cold, -8. Thanks for asking, I'm feeling 100% better. Just a bit of chest congestion, but feel good.
  3:35am Andrew:

I like this. I haven't heard a lot of Zappa.
I've not heard him talking before. I like the music too ^_^
Hi Brian ^_^
  3:36am T-Zero:

Oh! That was -8C (17F)
  3:36am Brian in UK:

Well it ain't North Dakota cold.
  3:37am Michael Kenyon:

Anyone want to come over to mine?
  3:37am Bill Mac:

Yikes, that is TOO cold! Hope the Skoal Kodiak track will wamr you, T. This is one of my favorite Zappa tracks, Andrew.
  3:38am Bill Mac:

where you at Mike?
  3:39am Michael Kenyon:

  3:40am Brian in UK:

Heard that MK is a pain in the arse!
  3:42am Bill Mac:

some of that cold is comin East this weekend
  3:43am T-Zero:

... and snow, Bill. None here though, it's all hitting north of the city here.
  3:43am Brian in UK:

J & J is this from around '65?
  3:43am Andrew:

Like these tracks ^_^
Never heard of Jim & Jean before, but they have that real 60s sound. It's good! ^_^
  3:44am Bill Mac:

What's the deal, Bri? Trying to draw someone out? As for J&J, it comes off of the a Psych comp... I'm diggin it
  3:46am Andrew:

Nice background music ^_^
  3:46am Brian in UK:

You never know who's out there, Bill!
  3:48am Brian in UK:

From dim memory was there a connection between Jim & Phil Ochs?
  3:50am Looms:

Hello everyone!
  3:53am Andrew:

Hi Looms & also Michael
Yep this music is equal to the organs in space ^_^
  3:53am Martyn:

Morning Bill and all.
Better late than never.
  3:53am Wiki:

Michael Hubert Kenyon (born 1944 in Elgin, Illinois) is an American criminal nicknamed the Enema Bandit. He pleaded guilty to a decade-long series of armed robberies of female victims, some of which involved sexual assaults where he would give them enemas. He is also known as the "Champaign Enema Bandit," the "Ski Masked Bandit", and "The Illinois Enema Bandit"
  3:57am T-Zero:

Any of you see the lunar eclipse?
  3:57am Bill Mac:

That's Right! You got me! I didn't realize the connection to Zappa.... excuse me while I go into a corner and feel lame for a few minutes.... Hey Martyn!
  3:58am Andrew:

Hi Martyn
Champagne? O_o
nope, it's meant to happen 10pm tonight here.
  4:00am T-Zero:

Oh! I thought you'd have already had it Andrew... too cloudy for me here
  4:01am Brian in UK:

Martyn, you have been having some weather?
  4:04am Brian in UK:

Bill, do not beat yourself up, pay someone to do it?
  4:04am T-Zero:

Wow. That first hour went quick
  4:04am Martyn:

You're right there Brian, Thursday was an 'interesting' day. Roof still on luckily.
  4:06am Bill Mac:

Time goes fast here for sure.
  4:07am Martyn:

Time goes fast everywhere Bill, at least in my experience.
  4:07am Andrew:

wow, didn't even notice an hour was up already.
It looked like it was going to storm heavily here, but we only got a little bit of rain & a bit of a breeze.. It was meant to come last night & didnt.
I like this El Bombero song a lot ^_^
  4:09am T-Zero:

Ever since you mentioned Divine and John Waters, now I've had that song Origin of Love stuck in my head from Hedwig and the Angry Inch. No connection to Waters so not sure what the association was lol
  4:10am Bill Mac:

Keep thinking it's a age thing Mart. It goes by fast all the time now
  4:11am Brian in UK:

Better bite the bullet & feed the chickens & walk el doggo.
Fuck the fourth dimension.
  4:12am Bill Mac:

Yikes... there's a movie that I remember nothing much about T.
  4:13am Andrew:

hehe, you need some kind of wireless headphone setup, so you can listen while walking them Brian.

only movie I've seen divine in was Lust In The Dust. It was fairly funny.
  4:13am T-Zero:

It's one of my favorite rock musicals lol
  4:14am T-Zero:

Pink Flamingos is my fave, Andrew
  4:14am T-Zero:

Oh, 4:13 was for Bill
  4:16am Jeff:

How nice to stumble across this show at its actual real live time... I habitually listen to it from the archives.

So the reason there can sometimes be kind of a 4AM vibe would that it's actually, like, 4AM. It all snaps into place.
  4:16am Bill Mac:

I liked Female Trouble...
  4:16am Brian in UK:

Might take my mp3, Andrew. See I'm at the cutting edge!!
We've got a pudding we make called pink flamingoes, got bits of meringue in a strawberry mousse.
  4:18am Bill Mac:

That's right Jeff, although some would say that I pander to the good folks across the pond.... it keeps me from thinking that it's 4 in the morning
  4:20am Andrew:

does seem 70% of the commenters here are from places other than the US.
I like this Question Mark track...are they related to Question Mark & the mysterons? I've only heard of them & not their music.
Hi Jeff ^_^
  4:20am Looms:

Bill mentionned John Waters... Hum... Maybe that's why I heard about eating dog stuff when I tuned in; I confess I was kind of perplexed by that.
  4:21am T-Zero:

Looms: Yeah. He was talking about waters lol
  4:22am Bill Mac:

Yeah, sorry bout that Looms... I try to do a class show, especially for the breakfast crowd...
  4:22am Looms:

I feel much better now :)
  4:23am Bill Mac:

To Andrew.... Question Mark is a 70s Nigerian band.
  4:24am Andrew:

I've not heard of a cover like this before O_o
Love this whole set ^_^
  4:24am Bill Mac:

Perplexed...... you are tooooooo kind, Looms....
  4:28am Jeff:

Pander away - it seems to make for a good show.

Although, yes, exploring Divine's feats of ingestion might be a pandering fail. Might not sit too well with folk across the waters who've just sat down before a giant plate overflowing with a Full English Breakfast. Might make them cast a jaundiced eye on the the blood pudding nestled there just past the beans.
  4:29am Bill Mac:

Now I'm not hungry anymore..... :P
  4:31am Martyn:

Not heard Erkin Koray before ... amazing!
  4:32am Wiki:

Ed Gein (1906- 1984) was a murderer and body snatcher. His crimes, committed around his hometown in Wisconsin, gathered widespread notoriety after authorities discovered Gein had exhumed corpses from local graveyards and fashioned trophies and keepsakes from their bones and skin. After police found body parts in his house in 1957, Gein confessed to killing two women. Gein told investigators he made as many as 40 nocturnal visits to three local graveyards to exhume recently buried bodies while he was in a "daze-like" state. He would dig up the graves of recently buried middle-aged women he thought resembled his mother and took the bodies home, where he tanned their skins to make his paraphernalia (bowls made from human skulls, human skin covering several chair seats, a belt made from human nipples, a pair of lips on a draw string for a window-shade, lampshade made from the skin from a human face).
  4:34am Looms:

Time to say "this track is killer", I guess.
  4:35am Bill Mac:

Erkin gets quite a bit of play down here.... I was pretty ignorant of the fact psych music was being played all over the place in the 60s and 70s, until I came here. Much of the psych template seems of have been stolen from other places, don't you think?
  4:35am dinobrad:

Wiki: which song does this comment refer to?
  4:36am Bill Mac:

hey Ed, is it my imagination or is your lampshade looking at me?
  4:37am Bill Mac:

It's just a thread to one of tonites on air babbles, dino...
  4:38am lampshade:

  4:38am Andrew:

refers to something bill said earlier.
yeh I am always surprised how many genres are global & also were around well before they became popular or well known.
I'd like to know how you make a belt of nipples...

also, it's gonna storm here I reckon, might have to go offline O_Q
  4:41am Bill Mac:

Later Andrew!
  4:56am Martyn:

Music, sweet music ...
  4:57am Bill Mac:

Fred always puts an interesting spin on what he does.
  4:58am T-Zero:

That's just weird
  4:58am Marmalade kitty:

thats a crazy cover take
  4:59am Bill Mac:

MK, how you doing?
  5:00am Marmalade kitty:

Hi Bill, just fine thanks! how's it going?
  5:02am Andrew:

Well im off before i get 'sploded. Good music tonight Bill, thanks ^_^
hi Marmalade Kitty ^_^
  5:03am Bill Mac:

Good I think.... I got work to gripe about again, so all is right with the world.
  5:03am T-Zero:

Take care, Andrew
  5:04am Looms:

Play Blessures is probably Bashung's best album; sadly it was a commercial failure at the time.
Hello Kitty!
  5:05am Looms:

Bye Andrew!
  5:12am Looms:

Alain Bashung had become one of the best French selling artists and is really missed.
From Wikipedia: "1982 : Bashung breaks with Boris Bergman, no success for the album Play blessures, in collaboration with Serge Gainsbourg ; Bashung is described by one critic as the « Johnny Hallyday New-wave »...
  5:18am Stanley:

Nuthin' beatsa piece a pizza! Good morning everyone
  5:19am Bill Mac:

Morning Stanley.... Pizza? really? or are you just bustin' breakfast rhymes?
  5:20am Bill Mac:

Or maybe you're quoting Hungry Man... anything is possible...
  5:27am Stanley:

A hungry man is an angry man....only kidding. Notice that its only in reggae music you hear the trombone featured?
  5:31am Bill Mac:

Very seldom do you hear it in pop music for sure...
  5:36am Marmalade kitty:

I love James Browns christmas songs
  5:51am Brian in UK:

Just brewing up some Mexican coffee beans that my daughter brought back. Trying to warm myself up after my perambulations.
I loves the toooba, specially in those east eurpoean gypsy toons.
  5:52am Bill Mac:

Just remember that Saturday is sposed to be a do-nothing day Bri
  5:52am Looms:

this BB is classic to me :)
  5:52am T-Zero:

I could go for a cuppa Guatemala Antigua ;)
  5:57am Brian in UK:

Wish it was, Bill. going to get the Christmas tree today.
These beans have a Turkish flavour to them. Let's all go to Istanbul.
Magazine - time warp
  5:57am Bill Mac:

Folks!!!!! Bye bye! Till next week!
  5:58am T-Zero:

Have a good week, Bill.
  5:58am Brian in UK:

Monica's premiums are copacetic.

Good work, Bill.
  5:58am Stanley:

Bye Bill. Bye all.
  5:59am Looms:

Bye, thx!
  6:01am Marmalade kitty:

Great show, Bill! thanks
  10:12am Andrew:

aw man, you played Dead Moon right after I switched off the computer! I love Dead Moon! (also the storm disappeared shortly after, grrr)
Looks like a good show, will listen after ^_^
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