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Options September 10, 2012: Live Music from Dan Friel!

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
Coda  sol   Options rem.  Free Music Archive  *   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Orinokoflo  Arnika (excerpt)   Options Unreleased  Free Music Archive  *   0:03:31 (Pop‑up)
Circular Keys  Eurogrand   Options   Free Music Archive  *   0:10:13 (Pop‑up)
Blues Control  Tangier   Options Live on WPRB  Free Music Archive  *   0:14:41 (Pop‑up)
Brainbeau  Frenchy   Options   Free Music Archive  *   0:23:16 (Pop‑up)
Godblesscomputers  Jugnor   Options Swanism  Free Music Archive  *   0:24:55 (Pop‑up)
Noisumon  002 (or dos)   Options For The Lovers  Free Music Archive  *   0:28:31 (Pop‑up)
Soft Power  You Came Ova Sleazy Hello, Hello, Hello   Options   Free Music Archive  *   0:33:44 (Pop‑up)
Dan Friel live on WFMU, engineered by Scott Williams
Dan Friel  Badlands   Options Live on WFMU      0:41:12 (Pop‑up)
Dan Friel  Scavengers   Options Live on WFMU      0:43:02 (Pop‑up)
Dan Friel  Thumper   Options Live on WFMU      0:45:48 (Pop‑up)
Dan Friel  Pink Helicopters   Options Live on WFMU      0:48:55 (Pop‑up)
Dan Friel  Intervention   Options Live on WFMU      0:53:36 (Pop‑up)
Dan Friel  Valedictorian   Options Live on WFMU      0:57:12 (Pop‑up)
Dan Friel  Ulysses   Options Live on WFMU      1:00:45 (Pop‑up)
Leather Feather  Attracted by Flowers   Options       1:13:07 (Pop‑up)
Interview with Dan Friel
Home Blitz  Secret Wave   Options Golden  Free Music Archive  *   1:30:31 (Pop‑up)
Swami Binton  Fliyn Off the Handle   Options Swami Binton and Fruitshop  Free Music Archive  *   1:33:18 (Pop‑up)
Straight Arrows  Two Timer   Options   Free Music Archive  *   1:35:44 (Pop‑up)
The Gooch Palms  What Year Is It?   Options R U 4 Sirius?  Free Music Archive  *   1:37:47 (Pop‑up)
Roger Robert  Sxy Folys   Options LIve à RosToK  Free Music Archive  *   1:39:24 (Pop‑up)
The Pin Group  Coat   Options Ambivalence  Flying Nun    1:44:10 (Pop‑up)
Spectre Folk  Please Come Home   Options The Ancient Storm  Vampire Blues  *   1:48:46 (Pop‑up)
Weird Weeds  Side A, Track 5   Options The Weird Weeds  Sedimental  *   1:52:36 (Pop‑up)
Jacco  Where Will You Go   Options Where Will You Go 7"  Trouble in Mind  *   1:57:52 (Pop‑up)
Sonny Smith / Zig Speck & the Specktones  Fruitcakes   Options 100 Records Vol. 3  Buenritmo  *   2:01:15 (Pop‑up)
1-800-band  Sex Offender   Options 1-800-Band  Slow Gold Zebra  *   2:03:25 (Pop‑up)
Household  Phases   Options Items  Dull Knife  *   2:05:55 (Pop‑up)
Hot Guts  Edges   Options Edges  Blind Prophet  *   2:14:38 (Pop‑up)
Moon Wiring Club  Feline Ascension Time   Options A Spare Tabby At The Cat's Wedding  Gecophonic  *   2:17:15 (Pop‑up)
XRay Pop  Alcool   Options The Dream Machine  Dark Entries    2:20:42 (Pop‑up)
C. Perraudin  Tremplin   Options Space Oddities, Vol. 2: A Psychedelic Journey Through Libraries (V/A)  Permanent Vacation  *   2:23:11 (Pop‑up)
Mighty Mo & The Winchester Seven  The Next Message   Options World's Funkiest Covers (V/A)  Cultures of Soul  *   2:26:36 (Pop‑up)
Domingo Cura  La Vieja (Chacarera)   Options Tiempo De Percusion: An Anthology, 1971-77  Em    2:30:35 (Pop‑up)
DJ Female Convict Scorpion  Blackwolf's Minions Attack   Options Wizards    *   2:35:17 (Pop‑up)
Mobius Collective  Gypsy Cab (Sujinho Moombahton mix)   Options The Wonderwheel Spins in 2012 (V/A)  Wonderwheel  *   2:38:52 (Pop‑up)
Apache Dropout  I-80   Options Bubblegum Graveyard  Trouble in Mind  *   2:46:25 (Pop‑up)
Wounded Lion  Walrus   Options Walrus 7"  Matador  *   2:49:19 (Pop‑up)
The Penetrators  Teenage Lifestyle   Options Teenage Lifestyle 7"  Windian    2:50:44 (Pop‑up)
Just Urbain  The End   Options Everybody Loves Just Urbain 7"  540 / Shake Music    2:53:10 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:01am fxo:

Liz, thanks again. Have a good show.
  9:02am DCE:

good morning WFMU, goo dmorni ngLiz
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:03am Liz B.:

Good morning everyone, and welcome to Monday!
  9:06am Cheri Pi:

Hi Liz, Hi Monday!
  9:08am pierre:

Good morning and bonjour Liz !
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:08am Liz B.:

You guys ready for an explosion of fun? Dan Friel is in the house setting up!
  9:10am oheejay:

likin this track
  9:10am pierre:

super ready
  9:15am duke:

Hi Liz ... Circular Keys track is very nice for Monday morning
  9:15am DCE:

give me a few minutes, I'll be ready for the explosion of fun...not quite there yet!
  9:24am fred von helsing:

Monday, *barf!*
  9:29am hamburger:

beep beep boop boop time
  9:31am oheejay:

ahhh something with a pulse. i'm slowly coming alive. need moar coffee
  9:33am B23:

B23 here! Hi WFMU fans and DJ!
  9:35am Cheri Pi:

Hey B23!
  9:35am mark vt:

Dan Friel! Amazing at the record fair last year.
  9:36am B23:

Hey CP!
  9:39am mark vt:

It is getting crisp out. The time of year I begin making the plans for the record fair. Going to try the sneezing at the sun thing again this year.
  9:42am B23:

Oh Dan, off to a good start!
  9:46am B23:

It's like having my brain flossed with barbed wire... but with a great melody
  9:46am Robert:

I don't know what it is, but it's full of cute little musical quotes, and with or without them, I like it!
  9:49am Cheri Pi:

Good stuff Dan!
  9:50am B23:

This is the music from an ice cream truck in some demented reality.
  9:53am DCE:

haha, B23, that's right on!
  9:53am Cecile:

Or from the Phil Spector of Robot World
  9:53am B23:

I want a fudge bar with bits of "real" broken glass.
  9:54am mark vt:

I think demented reality is an oxymoron.
  9:56am Cecile:

ha, you could do that with sugar. It would look like broken glass, but be a lot less hurty. Those molecular gastronomists need to get on that.
  9:58am BSI:

Present, but not in the biblical sense.
  9:58am Cheri Pi:

I want the ice cream implied by these beats.
  10:00am Cecile:

now this sounds like a fun theme to a teensploitation flick for a sorority house full of sassy androids.
  10:01am Cecile:

And, Dan, you should use half the comments posted here in your next press release.

You're welcome.
  10:01am Krypt:

Hi Liz Hi Dan, liking much, thanx.
  10:07am dcp:

what th-?
  10:10am Berg:

that's some good heavy stuff right there Liz - fantabulous!
  10:11am B23:

Wow, powerful way to start a Monday. This reminds me of when I did an 8 AM performance for the Music Appreciation class in the Tangamine Center of University of Cincinnati. From the looks on the audiences faces, they were not appreciating it very much. But the professor asked us to stay and play for the next class.
  10:11am BenG:

Liz, Dan, this Monday is one of the bestest in the history of many great Mondays. Dan, Liz has spoiled us for a long long time.
  10:12am Cecile:

This is a great way to start a Monday. I need some prickly energy to get the brain cells going.
  10:12am tim from champaign:

Speaking of sorority houses, I've seen a number of young co-eds on campus wearing their sorority t-shirts which have appropriated classic rock logos. One t-shirt co-opted the Dark Side of the Moon prism and another used the Stones lips and tongue. I'd love to see a Master of Reality sorority t-shirt!
  10:13am Cecile:

that sounds hilarious.
One funny one would be a cop on British Steel with a Venus razor.
  10:13am Mike:

This is definitely the first monday in a long time I'm weeping for pure aural joy rather than the week ahead of me.
  10:14am Cheri Pi:

That's hilarious Tim!
  10:14am B23:

I am doing the interweb equivalent of a standing ovation, Dan!
  10:14am Bas, NL:

Nice set by Dan Friel!
  10:14am BenG:

ps. Thanks Scott Williams!
  10:15am Krypt:

Dan's Ices serving cones of pure viscera.
  10:15am Cecile:

well played, Mr. Friel. Well played.
  10:16am Cecile:

hahahahhahaha Krypt.
  10:16am Cheri Pi:

Dan should spell his name in Blue Oyster Cult font on his next release.
  10:17am Cheri Pi:

although-Pac-Man font may be more apropos. Cecile-weigh in.
  10:18am tim from champaign:

The Dan Friel set was a creeper! Pretty kick ass.

Yeah, I was half tempted to ask one of the girls about the design but figured they'd think I'm a creep and I'd get a chaimochafraplatteaccino thrown in my face.
  10:19am Cecile:

you should say, HEY! I used to have that record...without the sorority letters on it.

And they might go, that was a record cover? Cool.
  10:20am Cecile:

Or more depressingly, "Oh my dad had that one."
  10:21am Cheri Pi:

I bet the Greek "swag" machine pays a heftty font-tax-license for those logos.
  10:23am Cecile:

Cheri, I think Baby Teeth would be a great font for Mr. Friel. I think BSI is right with me on that.
  10:23am dcp:

  10:24am Cheri Pi:

I want a quote from BSI now!!! hahaaha. Liz-ensure that Dan reads all the comments later so he can lol.
  10:25am Robert:

Cecile, considering your 10:01, I'm always conscious of the promotional value of these appearances. Terre T frequently has on acts that will perform that night nearby, and one time the pictures she posted here of them performing ended with a group shot with a pose that looked as if they were pleading with the audience for sympathy, after they had played well, and I wrote here the admittedly sarcastic remark, "At least they sound better than they look", which Terre didn't like, but I noticed that ever since then, she's always had the performers smiling -- and often she's had another photographer, with Terre in the picture. I think every little bit helps sell tickets.
  10:26am Cecile:

BSI: "My cerebral cortex is eating pancakes and MDA right now."
  10:26am Robert:

Or if not smiling, in a provocative pose...something that says they're proud of their accomplishment.
  10:28am BSI:

whoa, whut? Had to duck out & missed my cue for the magical quote. Pretty much anything involving insects, semi-solid foodstuffs, and weird body things is on the money...
  10:28am Cecile:

You know it does, Robert.
If you dont' have a big promo budget, you have to pile up little "promotable moments."
  10:28am Cecile:

you can vet the one I came up for you.
  10:29am Cheri Pi:

Robert-the power of the comment board is not to be underestimated, no band should take for granted that out there somewhere, a producer of concept albums is searching for his next muse.
  10:29am Cecile:

That was addressed to BSI.
  10:30am Cheri Pi:

[sproing!] BSI! BSI! BSI!
  10:31am BSI:

"Sounds like an army of pineal pancake omnivores on a feeding frenzy of the SKY! It's a solar breakfast apocalypse in my HANDS, man..."
  10:31am BSI:

"Too much too much, you took too much..."
  10:32am Krypt:

I would drive a Dan Friel Ice Cream to Burning Man next year anyone wanna join?
  10:35am DCE:

on the bus, or ice cream truck, or whatever modified burn vehicle you can dream up
  10:36am Cheri Pi:

OK-Liz-career path for Dan Friel has been defined, executed and will be managed by the board.
  10:38am dcp:

man, I missed most of the ice cream fun but this set is really making shit happen for me.
  10:41am paula pc:

gooch palms where have i been to not have heard ya before??
  10:43am dcp:

yeah that's the stuff!
  10:51am DCE:

I think this is the second time I've heard Spectre Folk and the second time it's elicited a comment of support from me.
  11:01am DCE:

and this Jacco!! hitting the right spot, certainly.
  11:02am Carmichael:

Good morning listeners and Liz.
  11:16am Lucas:

Hello dear listeners! Hola Liz!!
  11:29am Cheri Pi:

this is what I'm talking about right here.
  11:30am DCE:

fingers drumming, toes dancing, belly rumbling
  11:30am Lucas:

@Cheri Pi: I support you!
  11:30am BenG:

Move over rap. Funk is in da house.
  11:35am Cheri Pi:

Shakin' da rump!
  11:35am BSI:

Very hip. Spazz-dancing while setting my head on fire. Good for the blood.
  11:36am DCE:

trying to drum up cubicle dance party here? you may succeed!
  11:40am BSI:

It's been a grand show so far, but DJFCScorpion totally nails my nose to the navel of god. Well done. Sounds like a Realistic/Moog MG-1 in there. I swoon.
  11:40am Lucas:

Agree completely with BSI!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:42am Liz B.:

It was a grand dance party until I rested my hand on something sticky on the studio counter. Ewww. Grabbing the cleaning wipes now!
  11:45am Krypt:

Liz you're makin' me nostalgic for HotRod on Fri morns with this.
  11:58am mark vt:

This has been a very good Monday, considering. Thanks for having Dan Friel on. It was a nice treat today. I remember hanging out with him at the record fair. Really great guy. And talent!
  11:58am DCE:

have a great day, Liz. loved the show today!
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