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You see a blanket on the ground. It's your favorite color, smooth and soft. You can sit on it, or lie on it. It's a flying blanket, and you are the pilot. You are in control. You can fly anywhere you wish, just by thinking about it. You are the pilot.

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Options September 17, 2012: Live from Castello Plan with FRANKENPINE & LEXIE ROTH

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Eno  The True Wheel   Options Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)  Astralwerks 
Akira Ishikawa & Count Buffaloes  Pigmy   Options Uganda  Okinawa 
The Pink Floyd  Obscured by Clouds   Options Obscured by Clouds (sdtk to La Vallee)  Harvest 
Lexie Roth on Airbiorne Event LIVE from Castello Plan: Lexie Roth - guitar and vocals; Laura Jordan, backing vocals; Arlen Roth, lead guitar
Lexie Roth  Call You My Hon   Options    
Lexie Roth  Little One   Options    
Lexie Roth  Lost Memory   Options    
Lexie Roth  Forget All About Me   Options    
Lexie Roth  Stay or Go   Options    
Lexie Roth  Windfield   Options    
Lexie Roth  Girlfriend   Options    
Lexie Roth  Ghost of Childhood   Options    
Lexie Roth  I'll Be   Options    
Lexie Roth  Dreaming My Dreams With You (Waylon Jennings)   Options    
Lexie Roth  Crying Time   Options    
Lexie Roth  Vaya Con Dios (Les Paul)   Options    
The Fall  L.A.   Options The Wonderful And Frightening World Of The Fall   
Can  One More Night   Options Ege Bamyasi  Spoon 
Ana & Jaime  Es Largo El Camino   Options    
Tom Waits  Innocent When You Dream   Options    
Juaneco y su Combo  El Brujo   Options    
Leyton Balkan Band  Svadbena   Options    
Frankenpine LIVE on the Airborne Event from the Castello Plan: Kim Chase, vocals, rhythm guitar, mandolin & bodhran; Matthew Chase, vocals & banjo; Liz Bisbee, vocals, fiddle & mandolin; Ned Rauch, lead guitar & vocals; Colin DeHond, upright bass & vocals
Frankenpine  Anything That Shines   Options    
Frankenpine  Mr. Crook   Options    
Frankenpine  Blackwell Island   Options    
Frankenpine  Oh My Darlin'   Options    
Frankenpine  Appaloosa   Options    
Frankenpine  Place to Lay My Head   Options    
Frankenpine  Iron Road   Options    
Frankenpine  Floodline   Options    
Frankenpine  Wolf In the Door   Options    
Frankenpine  All Night Long   Options    
Frankenpine  Texas Outlaw   Options    
Frankenpine  John the Revelator (traditional / Blind Willie Johnson, arr. Frankenpine)   Options    
Beastie Boys  The Cousin of Death   Options    
Mr.Hopkin's Computer  Where Is My Mind?   Options    

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Listener comments!

Avatar Mon. 9/17/12 9:05pm Dan B:

evening all
  Mon. 9/17/12 9:07pm Richard from Venezuela:

Greetings Dan.
  Mon. 9/17/12 9:15pm doca:

hi dan, i love those castello plan sessions, make me wish to visit nyc.
Avatar Mon. 9/17/12 9:17pm Dan B:

@doca, why not? you're welcome to come on 10/22 for the next one!
  Mon. 9/17/12 9:20pm doca:

haha it also makes me wish i had the money, but thanks! someday i'll go.
  Mon. 9/17/12 9:21pm damien:

Dan, have you been recording these Castello plan shows...such as, with real mics and recording equipment (so, not just via the FMU archive)? just curious...
Avatar Mon. 9/17/12 9:25pm Dan B:

@damien, I've got to work on doing that. I haven't been, although we do record all the streams in mp3 and we usually cut the mp3 archives up into tracks and post them on the Free Music Archive when the guests sign a release to do so.
Avatar Mon. 9/17/12 9:26pm Dan B:

Our set up here at Castello involves real mics and so on, but it's then streamed to the station via the internet so if we wanted a better-than-mp3 recording, we'd need a dedicated machine here and it's kinda crowded.
  Mon. 9/17/12 9:27pm damien:

I understand. That's really nice what you do, though...a document
  Mon. 9/17/12 9:27pm VH:

Loving this song right now!
  Mon. 9/17/12 9:29pm PB:

Crowd noise is brutal. The musicians must really love that, much like the great jazz musicians of the 50s always having to play in front of a bunch of inattentive drunks.
Avatar Mon. 9/17/12 9:30pm Dan B:

@VH, yeah -- an @PB, yes. It's basically one table of drunken jerks.
Avatar Mon. 9/17/12 9:31pm Dan B:

But they're settling their tab now, phew
  Mon. 9/17/12 9:31pm VH:

Agreed about the crowd noise.
  Mon. 9/17/12 9:38pm damien:

i sense passive-aggressive "fake good vibes" tension
Avatar Mon. 9/17/12 9:38pm Dan B:

Well, that's live music. But man they have amazing voices. And Arlen's lead licks are so comfortable and soulful.
  Mon. 9/17/12 9:43pm Richard from Venezuela:

Another good artist that i discover for Dan and Wfmu. Loving voices.

I found their bandcamp, to stream her releases:
  Mon. 9/17/12 9:51pm Richard from Venezuela:

Crowd noise is gone. Thanks Yisus.
Avatar Mon. 9/17/12 9:52pm Dan B:

Yeah, it's peaceful in here right now. Gorgeous music, chill.
  Mon. 9/17/12 9:59pm Chop Scott:

Excellent job on the remote Ernie! Sounds great...
  Mon. 9/17/12 10:10pm Hugh:

Lovely stuff! Yes, kudos to Ernie!
  Mon. 9/17/12 10:17pm PB:

I think you mentioned that Arlen is Lexie's father. Can think of a lot of brothers who played together in a band but no father-daughter or father-son combos off the top of my head. Closest I can think of is Spirit where Randy California played with his step-father (I believe his name was Ed Cassidy and that he was the drummer).
  Mon. 9/17/12 10:18pm damien:

Frank and Dweezil?
  Mon. 9/17/12 10:20pm A:

Eddie and Wolfgang?
  Mon. 9/17/12 10:23pm Destroit:

hello D Bodah and all. Glad to be here.
  Mon. 9/17/12 10:42pm Hugh:

  Mon. 9/17/12 10:47pm Droll:

[Tuning in late]
Kudos to the engineer -- fantastic sense of space in the mix. And yes, 50's jazz records are smothered in room noise just like this, which might be what attracts me to it.

As far as audiences that come to a show only to listen, bands typically don't get to pick their audiences. But there's always prog rock and black-tie music...
Avatar Mon. 9/17/12 10:48pm Dan B:

Ned's playing a gorgeous silver resonator guitar. Liz is a classically trained violinist who gave it up until she discovered it could be a fiddle and she could play this kind of music on it.
Avatar Mon. 9/17/12 10:49pm Dan B:

Thurston & Kim's daughter has a band with Byron Coley's daughter. Does that count?
  Mon. 9/17/12 10:59pm Hugh:

There are quite a few classically trained musicians doing proggy bluegrass. (Crooked Still for one)
  Mon. 9/17/12 11:08pm hudgins:

i love 4-minor chords in bluegrass.
  Mon. 9/17/12 11:09pm Citizen:

Happy Anniversary Occupy Wall Street!
Avatar Mon. 9/17/12 11:10pm Dan B:

@hudgins, yeah, they do a lot of good in that territory -- prolly the source of my weakness for them! @Citizen, YES! I will never forget visiting Zuccotti during the height of the encampment.
  Mon. 9/17/12 11:41pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Good show tonight. Thanks for bringing the live music to the airwaves and the internet.
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