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Options December 29, 2011

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Francis Bebey  Agatha   Options Fleur tropicale (SonoDisc 1976)  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Mr. Chop  Root Down (And Get It)   Options Switched On (2011)  0:06:16 (Pop-up)
Akademia  Na-Wyspach Bergamutach   Options Pana Kleksa (1983)  0:10:16 (Pop-up)
P. Willsher/T. Kelly  Astral City   Options Hubble Bubble [1979 DWS]  0:13:48 (Pop-up)
(Mark) Simpson & (Matt) Heck  Fair Shake   Options S.T. [no label 1972]  0:16:40 (Pop-up)
Lani Smith  Jesus and Satan   Options Jubilation (1972)  0:21:57 (Pop-up)
Barbara Pires  Do You Know Who You Are?   Options Do You Know Who You Are (1970 RPC)  0:25:55 (Pop-up)
The Eternal Rush East  Pass It On   Options Jesus Celebration (1971 Ray Lauver Recording&Sound)  0:29:55 (Pop-up)
Ankara Radio Folk Music Group  Genc Osman   Options VA - Folk and Traditional Music of Turkey (1953)  0:36:10 (Pop-up)
Yanti Bersaudara  Bunga Bangsa   Options Pepito / Bunga Bangsa / Surya Dan Dewi Malam / Nachoda EP [Phillips 196?)  0:38:55 (Pop-up)
Luigi Nicholas  Sweet Death   Options Sweet Death 7" (Zuma 1970)  0:41:21 (Pop-up)
Nettle  Empty Quarters   Options El Resplandor: The Shining in Dubai (2011)  0:45:25 (Pop-up)
Bunny Girls [Korea]  [trk 4]   Options Bunny Girls [1975 OASIS RECORDS]  0:47:49 (Pop-up)
John Littleton  Le Seigneteur Est Grand   Options Amen (John Littleton chante Odette Vercruysse)  0:50:27 (Pop-up)
[Itnerant Folk Singers from the Village of Chittuour]  Bhajan   Options VA - Lower Caste Religious Music from India (1973)  0:52:07 (Pop-up)
Lou Reed & Metallica  Mistress Dread   Options Lulu (2011)  1:01:04 (Pop-up)
Kourosh Yaghmaei  Hajme Khali (Empty Bulk)   Options Back From The Brink 3LP (2011)  1:07:57 (Pop-up)
Ophir State Marching Band  Sweat Stains on my Plillow   Options Ophir State Marching Band (1970)  1:10:40 (Pop-up)
Midnight Era  Soldier Boy   Options The Sound of the 50's, 60's, and 70's (1973 Sound House)  1:13:25 (Pop-up)
Frances Mary Hunter Gordon & Choir of Girls from the Convent of the Sacred Heart  Creed   Options The Woldingham Folk Mass (1968)  1:16:06 (Pop-up)
The Flying Fish  The Flying Fish   Options The Flying Fish (197x Recordorama SANTA ANA CA)  1:18:22 (Pop-up)
Gambler (UK)  It's A Boy   Options Tommy (1972 Spaceward Records SRS24)  1:27:38 (Pop-up)
Kim Choo Ja  가버린 사랑아 (A4)   Options ´Ê±âÀü¿¡ (1969)  1:28:36 (Pop-up)
Desmond McAnuff & Woburn Collegiate  Mr. Orban   Options Urbania - A New Rock Musical (PRP 124 - 1971)  1:31:47 (Pop-up)
Thra Kha Band ft. Keo Sokha  Oun Jong Prolung Saravan   Options Cambodia Rock Instensified Vol 3 (2011)  1:34:50 (Pop-up)
Star Number One  Mathiaky   Options Afrolatin Via Dakar (2011)  1:37:30 (Pop-up)
Lyttleton High School Band  Karanga Turanganui   Options Maori War Dance & Action Songs (1979 Olympic)  1:43:31 (Pop-up)
Steve Birch/Hainult HS Workshop  What We Gonna Do?   Options Rikky the Musical (1978 M-I-Y)  1:50:29 (Pop-up)
Barbara Lynn  I'm A Good Woman   Options A Good Woman: The Complete Tribe & Jet Stream Singles 1966-1979  1:58:39 (Pop-up)
Kim Jung Mi  담배꽁초   Kim Jung Mi - '74 ( Jigu Records)  2:01:01 (Pop-up)
กุงกาดิน (Gunga Din) / นริศ อารีย์ (Narit Ari)Gunga Din  Rak Ron Ying Kwa Det   Options รักร้อนยิ่งกว่าแดด (rak ron ying kwa det) / สายลม (sai lom) [Thailand 196x]  2:04:11 (Pop-up)
Oscar Young & The Apollo  [2]   Options Oscar Young & The Apollo [LIFE LFLP-947]  2:07:19 (Pop-up)
[Assorted Musicians from Oman/Yemen]  Slogans Des Masses Yemenites   Options VA - Chants Révolutionnaires Du Peuple D'oman (1972)  2:10:30 (Pop-up)
Chief Kooffreh  Mr. President We Have Seen Pains, We Have Seen Hunger   Options Mr President (2008)  2:15:58 (Pop-up)
The Boyles Brothers  Summertime   Options Across The Country (1973)  2:21:05 (Pop-up)
Junius Brutus  Sleight Of Hand   Options Sleight Of Hand (1982)  2:24:18 (Pop-up)
Richard Farmer & Friends  I'm Going To Live Forever   Options I'm Gonna Live Forever! (RPC 1976)  2:27:55 (Pop-up)
The Great Loose Band & Ok Chorale  Being Stoned   Options Stone Crow (A Tale Of Ore) [Blue Bong 1976]  2:30:52 (Pop-up)
Spheres  Shades of Silver Blue   Options Festivals and Suns (1978)  2:39:50 (Pop-up)
Lani Smith  The Sacrifice   Options Jubilation (1972)  2:42:26 (Pop-up)
[Assorted Musicians from Oman/Yemen]  Ia Jebel Safrit   Options VA - Chants Révolutionnaires Du Peuple D'oman (1972)  2:44:09 (Pop-up)
[Untraced Tibetan Musicians]  Rengoyegitawsheia (Dancing Song)   Options VA - Songs and Music of Tibet (1962)  2:46:39 (Pop-up)
Akademia  Wit   Options Pana Kleksa (1983)  2:52:06 (Pop-up)
Chim Chim Cheree!  Forever or Never   Options Serenade EP (1985)  2:53:03 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  3:06pm hamburger:

greetings jason! - we missed you oh, we missed you oh..
  3:07pm jason:

Thanks Hamster. I'm filling in for Fabio and I purchased a new Chief Koffreh album today for the show!
  3:08pm hamburger:

wonderful! :)
  3:09pm Richard from Venezuela:

Greetings Jason and all the listeners. Great hear you again.
  3:12pm fred:

Nice to hear you again, I'd totally vote for a Jason/Jason transitional moment on some future schedule, the bed music would be easy to select. But not to the expense of losing Meghan or Diane, always the issue with the FMU schedule. Alternate streams look promising.
  3:14pm Richard from Venezuela:

Hi Fred. Gimme the drummer radio stream is a cult alternative for me. Great shows and great music.
  3:15pm BSI:

I, for one, welcome our new Elbogenian overlords.
  3:18pm Looms:

Hey Jason and everyone.
Thanks for opening the show with Francis Bebey
  3:25pm BSI:

This Lani Smith track is the most brilliant thing I've heard in two thousand years.
  3:28pm Fact Checker:

Infants are not 2000 years old.
  3:28pm Fact Checker:

Including that Jesus phony.
  3:29pm BSI:

there's a REASON we gum our food.
Git offa my prawns! what?
  3:31pm jelbogen:

Wouldn't Jesus' teeth be eternal as well?
  3:33pm Jesus' Dentist:

One word: DENTURES.
  3:34pm pgw in mntclr:

c'mon! who let the dude sing?
  3:34pm Mark in DC:

OK, not getting this. Checking back later. Love to you all!
  3:37pm Louis Cypher:

I almost joined a cult
  3:39pm Carmichael:

Hey now, Jason! Hi, listenin' commenters. First time my ears have laid eyes on you. Play away.
  3:40pm fred:

Could this Jesus character get his paperwork in order after being written off as dead these days? Jesus vs TSA. There's a flopping show idea there, someone should call Andy
  3:42pm Robert de Flacque:

The first time...
..ever I sawwww....yourrrrr...playlist...
  3:46pm jelbogen:

Hey Carmichael. You're the namesake of a famed Christian-Rock composer from the 60's/70's ("Ralph Carmichael"). But maybe you know that, or maybe you're him? Or maybe you have found Jesus Dentures?
  3:47pm Louis Cypher:

Ah, "Sweet Death" ... this one always makes me cry.
  3:49pm Carmichael:

I wish it made that much sense, Jason. I'm named after the suburb of Sacramento where I work, live, play and suffer. Most people think "Hoagy" ...
  3:59pm Wimpy:

You were named after a sandwich?
  4:04pm Le Seigneur est grand:

The Lord is great
  4:06pm Mike East:

I think years from now, people will look back on the Lou Reed Metallica album and realize that this is what music is supposed to sound like.
  4:08pm ?:

But what do we do until then?
  4:08pm Louis Cypher:

#1 record of 2011
  4:09pm Carmichael:

Please turn off this musical waterboarding and play the Dylan Xmas album.
  4:09pm Rob Thornton:

I simultaneously admire and dislike this song. It's gratuitously cliched and surreal at the same time.
  4:11pm joli:

lou +bunny girls + mr chop + metallica
  4:12pm Carmichael:

This song is in the EXACT key of my Cisco phone's dial tone.
  4:12pm pgw in mntclr:

"Lulu" will soon be eclipsed by the inevitable Slayer/Scott Walker collaboration album
  4:14pm holi:

lou + shirley bassey sing bacharach
  4:18pm molli:

shirley bassey + lulu sing the best of lou
  4:21pm hamburger:

lou reed + lou bega sing lulu at the bodeega
  4:23pm Carmichael:

Hopefully, Lou Reed, Metallica and Dylan will all be on New Year's Rockin' Eve with Fergie and Seacrest.
  4:25pm farsee:

oooooooooo that seacrest is cuuuuuuuuuute
  4:26pm pgw in mntclr:

+2 to hamburger
  4:29pm Ben Drinken:

anyone ever had a skate? it is sort of a winged fish like a sting ray without the stinger thing and it flies into boats. It is tasty but kind of boney.
  4:33pm Ben Drinken:

skates do kind of have a stinger like tail but not like a sting ray. once you get past all of the crtilage/bone stuff the meat is pretty good and has a sweet/nutty flavor, I think.
  4:41pm still b/p:

Plenty of recipes online for skate cheeks.
  4:46pm Ben Drinken:

when I was a kid we lived in the bahamas for about a year. I was in thrid grade. we went out on deep sea fishing boats with my dad, brother and a bunch of guys from there work. There were flying fish. I remember a guy that worked with my dad on the electric power plants and he had a big mustache and ate vienna sausages from a can. He would look at me while he ate them and he smiled and went "heh, heh, heh!"
  5:06pm Carmichael:

My next band will be called Skate Cheeks.
  5:06pm Carmichael:

Kim Jung "Smokey" Mi & The Miracles.
  5:08pm Ben Drinken:

would it not be cool if Kim jung sun secretly love wfmu and decided to let all N Koreans listen to wfmu online, but would forbid shut up weirdo.
  5:09pm still b/p:

The next roller derby team I sponsor will be called Skate Cheeks.
  5:12pm Brass Knuckles:

This is good fun stuff you're playing. You should fill in more often at the station.
  5:14pm Ben Drinken:

I like roller derby skate cheeks. one of my favs about roller derby. the cheeks and the other is the beer garden
  5:15pm Carmichael:

He would instantly fall in love with Frangry, and think Andy was a wimp. He might even be calling now as "Spike".
  5:17pm ?:

  5:17pm hamburger:

Yay Chief Koofreh!
  5:19pm glenn:

uhh. how many roller derby teams have you sponsored to date, b/p?
  5:20pm seefer:

i want kentucky koofreh chickens
  5:20pm Ben Drinken:

have not been a late night wfmu listener for the many years been listening. I will need to check out Jason's show in the archives.
  5:21pm Dave in PA:

Jason - since you mentioned and played Chief Koofreh last week, I checked him out on YouTube and he won my heart imediately. The song was called "Prostitute" - Check out his Tribute to Indianapolis also on YouTube!
  5:27pm Ben Drinken:

when is Jason on I don't see him on the schedule but have seen him there in the past on the overnite schedule. I am deciding this new year to explore those overnite djs in the archives. I never really listen
  5:35pm Dave in PA:

How is it that every time I think you can't out-do yourself, I listen for another few minutes, and then it happens? Where do you find this amazing great stuff???!!
  5:40pm Jesse in AR:

This is pretty good.
  5:41pm Brass Knuckles:

Do we have any news on whether Richard Farmer is still living forever? I did a search. only 34 results and you're at the top of the listing.
  5:42pm Ben Drinken:

wouldn't it be weird if south carolina and north carolina were like the koreas.
  5:44pm Ben Drinken:

instead of Kim the names would start with Billy...followed by the second name.
  5:46pm Carmichael:

This sounds like the national anthem for Kim Jun Billy's country.
  5:48pm Brass Knuckles:

South Carolina would be the North Korea.
  5:50pm Looms:

Your french pronunciation is probably the worst I've heard on WFMU so far but your playlists are delightful; thanks man!
  5:51pm Ben Drinken:

I would say so, Carmichael. SC would be SK and NC would be NK. based on the level of backwardness.
  5:53pm Carmichael:

Ya, thanks Jason. Interesting, oddball, enjoyable music. How's that for a back-handed compliment??
  5:54pm Looms:

I think my tibetan pronunciation might be a total failure indeed :)
  5:55pm emmagineering:

Hey! The bed music Is a song called "Tezeta" which is on one of the ethiopiques sets. I love that song, nice and floaty.
  5:58pm seefer:

Operation Arc Light was the 1965 deployment of B-52D Stratofortresses as conventional bombers from bases in the US to Guam to support ground combat .
  5:59pm hamburger:

great show Jason! hope to hear you again soon
  11:47am Pittsburgh Steelers:

When does the music start?
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