Options Strength Through Failure with Fabio: Playlist from January 31, 2013 Options

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The Failure of Noise
The Failure of Sound
The Failure of Rock
The Failure of the Avant Garde
The Failure of the Space Age
The Failure of Jazz
The Failure of Psychedelia
The Failure of Krautrock
The Failure of Electronic
The Failure of Pop
The Failure of Free-form
The Failure of the 20th Century

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Options January 31, 2013: It only takes one spark to ignite with Failure

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James Last  Mr. Giant Man   Options Voodoo Party  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Broadcast  A Breeze Through the Burford Spur, etc....   Options Berberian Sound Studio  0:25:05 (Pop-up)
Broadcast  The Equestrian Vortex   Options Berberian Sound Studio  0:25:34 (Pop-up)
Broadcast  Beautiful Hair   Options Berberian Sound Studio  0:36:35 (Pop-up)
Broadcast  Malleus Maleficarum   Options Berberian Sound Studio  0:25:51 (Pop-up)
Broadcast  Mark of the Devil   Options Berberian Sound Studio  0:34:57 (Pop-up)
Broadcast  Confession Modulation   Options Berberian Sound Studio  0:35:21 (Pop-up)
Broadcast  Monica's Fall   Options Berberian Sound Studio  0:35:52 (Pop-up)
Broadcast  Teresa's Song (Sorrow)   Options Berberian Sound Studio  0:37:13 (Pop-up)
Broadcast  The North Downs Dimension   Options Berberian Sound Studio  0:37:40 (Pop-up)
Goblin  Suspiria   Options Suspiria  0:38:02 (Pop-up)
Ennio Morricone  Sesso e Potere (version 2)   Options Macchie Solari OST  0:38:45 (Pop-up)
Krysztof Komeda  Main Titles   Options Rosemary's Baby  0:42:39 (Pop-up)
Ennio Morricone  Piume Di Cristallo   Options L'Ucello Dalle Piume Di Cristallo (The Bird With The Crystal Plumage - soundtrack)  0:43:17 (Pop-up)
Yoko Ono  You   Options Fly  0:45:29 (Pop-up)
Orchestra of the Upper Atmosphere  The Umbral Length of Shadows   Options Orchestra of the Upper Atmosphere  0:46:06 (Pop-up)
Kuupuu  Säteet   Options Lumen Tähden  0:55:33 (Pop-up)
Kuupuu  Hukka   Options Lumen Tähden  1:08:44 (Pop-up)
Butch Morris  Narobia (excerpt)   Options In Touch...But Out of Reach  1:09:23 (Pop-up)
Butch Morris  Current Trends in Racism in Modern America (pt.1) - excerpt   Options Current Trends in Racism in Modern America  1:21:49 (Pop-up)
Butch Morris  Tit for tat (part 2)   Options Conduction #70: Tit for Tat  1:29:48 (Pop-up)
Butch Morris  Dust to Dust, Second part and third part   Options Dust To Dust  1:24:46 (Pop-up)
Luc Ferrari  Presque Rien n.2   Options Presque Rien  2:00:34 (Pop-up)
White Noise Sound  Sunset   Options White Noise Sound  2:16:34 (Pop-up)
Dial  On Game   Options Dial Western Front  2:16:51 (Pop-up)
White Noise  The Black Mass: An Electric Storm In Hell   Options An Electric Storm  2:23:16 (Pop-up)
Laivue  Vedesta Nousee Metsa   Options Metsä  2:29:20 (Pop-up)
F/i  In The Garden Of Blanga   Options Blanga  2:42:28 (Pop-up)
Älgarnas Trädgård  Two Hours Over Two Blue Mountains with a Cuckoo on Each Side, of the hours... that is   Options Garden of the Elks  2:49:42 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 3:22pm chocolate monk:

hey Fab, you seen 'Berberian Sound Studio' yet?
Avatar 3:22pm kat330:

Haunting. Hi, Fabio.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:23pm Mike East:

rosemary's baby?
Avatar 3:23pm BSI:

Thanks for the Suspiria. Explains the stuff I found in my hairbrush this morning.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:24pm DCE:

Alive! it's... alive!
Avatar 3:24pm kat330:

@BSI: Thanks for the accuplaylist update! I was thinking it was something I'd seen, and we've seen Suspiria.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:26pm DCE:

wikipedia wants to say something:
Italian prog rock band Goblin composed most of the film's musical score in collaboration with Dario Argento. Goblin had previously scored Argento's earlier film Deep Red as well as several subsequent films following Suspiria. In the film's opening credits, they are referred to as "The Goblins".
Avatar 3:26pm steve:

i heart Suspiria
Avatar 3:27pm steve:

Deep Red is still my fav Goblin tho
Avatar 3:27pm hamburger:

So happy it's Strength through failure time.
Avatar 3:27pm BSI:

what do you know about............. witches?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:27pm northguineahills:

Suspiria does kill.
Avatar 3:29pm Loren:

I made it! How's life and such fair-weather failures?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:30pm rsj:

nice fabio, way to keep the satan theme going!
Avatar 3:33pm CripplingAlcholism:

Bird With the Crystal Plumage? Is that like a aviary remix of Girl With the Flaxen Hair?
  3:35pm mick:

failure of the accu playlist...haha.
i once tried to order a tape which didn`t exist, thanks to your playlist, fabio. it was quite embarassing...haha.
good start to the show......as always.
Avatar 3:35pm Looms:

What do I have to say? Urm... My fave movie by Polanski is The Tenant.
Avatar 3:36pm hamburger:

I liked how in the last few shows the music behind the mic breaks sounded like I was on a cruise ship captained by Fabio! and the music between the breaks sounded like I was on a space ship.
Avatar 3:36pm kat330:

Not Repulsion? Chinatown's the fave for me.
Avatar 3:37pm hamburger:

@Looms: I still haven't seen Repulsion. or many others :o/
  3:38pm Geoffrey Firmin:

I like left channel Yoko better than right channel Ono.
Avatar 3:38pm Looms:

@Hamburger: Repulsion is excellent.
Avatar 3:38pm glenn:

captained by fabio, tenilled by clay.
Avatar 3:38pm hamburger:

@kat330: I saw Chinatown when I was about 12 years old but not since. I guess that's another one to add on the list.
Avatar 3:38pm kat330:

From horor to noir: Anyone else seen Chabrol's "La Ceremonie" (sp?) -- Looms?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:38pm Andrew Waterloo:

@Geoffrey.. always the lefty...
Avatar 3:39pm BSI:

Funny, I was just thinking right-channel Yoko was doing it for me.
Avatar 3:39pm glenn:

macbeth, yo.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:39pm Andrew Waterloo:

I love Repulsion... but I have not seen the Tenant.
Avatar 3:40pm kat330:

@hamburger: Chinatown goes beyond being one of my fave Polanski's to being one of my fave films period.
Avatar 3:40pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

In the next version, you can favorite one channel of a song.
Avatar 3:40pm Looms:

Hi Kat! I've watched La Cérémonie several times, I'm a big fan of Chabrol too.
Avatar 3:40pm Looms:

He's a national pride.
Avatar 3:42pm Parq:

I worked in a movie theater that was screening "The Tenant" in the summer of 1976. (No, smart aleck, movies weren't only in black and white then.) I don't remember much about it now, but at the time I recall finding it really creepy and weird.
Avatar 3:43pm Loren:

I find The Tenant to be somewhat humorous... wigs make me giggle.
Avatar 3:43pm kat330:

@Looms: I enjoyed most all the earlier Chabrol I've seen, mostly with Audran, but thought La Cérémonie was rather weak. Huppert seemed far too old for her role. It was no "In Cold Blood" to explain it another way. I did like Cassel's line "One of them can't read at all, and the other one reads my mail!" [maybe you can post the proper French of that ;)
Avatar 3:43pm Looms:

Avatar 3:43pm βrian:

I loved The Tenant too. Exquisitely creepy.
Avatar 3:46pm glenn:

chinatown was nominated for 11 oscars, and won only one. the academy should have do overs.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:47pm Andrew Waterloo:

Repulsion grabbed me with the Chico Hamilton soundtrack, but it also really got to me on a personal level. Thanks to that movie if I'm alone in the dark I'm more afraid of my own mind.
Avatar 3:48pm Cecile:

hola, all.

Are we honoring Trish from Broadcast? Good!
Avatar 3:49pm Looms:

I don't agree with you, Kat. Huppert is to me really good in this movie; her character is "in between worlds" and constantly scheeming.

"L'une ne sait pas lire et l'autre lit mon courrier"
Avatar 3:50pm Cecile:

I'm not much of a movie person compared to you guys, but Chinatown was excellent.
Avatar 3:51pm kat330:

Merci, Looms! The line made me laugh and was perhaps the high point for me. :)
Avatar 3:52pm steve:

i saw Chinatown as a film student years ago and could not for the life of me figure out why its considered a classic...
Avatar 3:54pm Looms:

I haven't seen Chinatown yet :(
Avatar 3:56pm kat330:

For me it was how it managed to interweave so many personally intriguing elements: Film noir mystery with politics with incest and all in an exciting city at an exciting time.
Avatar 3:56pm BSI:

DC's chinatown isn't particularly "chinese," I'll say that much.
Avatar 3:58pm Parq:

When we saw "Le Ceremonie", I dug it, but my wife felt pretty much as Kat did. Maybe it's a gender call.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:59pm northguineahills:

I believe Chinatown is on Netflix.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:59pm DCE:

please let the dog out
Avatar 4:00pm kat330:

When I saw "There Will Be Blood," not only did I hear John Huston's voice coming out of Daniel Day Lewis -- ominous undertones -- but there was also the natural resource greed in common, just oil instead of water.
Avatar 4:01pm kat330:

@Parq: Philo had the same reaction I did. In fact, he noted that Huppert was too old before I did. She should have been nearer the other girl's age, because anyone that pathological could not have *not* again got in bigger trouble by her late 30's or early 40's (whatever she is).
Avatar 4:02pm Looms:

Oh yes, I've watched Chinatown years ago. Didn't remember it was a Polanski movie.
Avatar 4:02pm hamburger:

Desert Island WFMU shows: If I had to choose one. I think it would be Fabio's :o)
Avatar 4:03pm CripplingAlcholism:

We need some of Fabio's good old fashioned softcore porn tunes in honor Ron Jeremy's recent heart aneurysm
Avatar 4:05pm dcp:

Fly = "pretty damn good album." I agree. One of my favorite store-clearers when I worked in a hippie store.
Avatar 4:06pm kat330:

@Hamburger: I've not heard every DJ in the FMU firmament, but of those I have so far, Fabio may have the most pleasant mic break voice (to my ear ;).
Avatar 4:07pm johnforz:

doesn't John Zorn "conduct"?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:08pm northguineahills:

I saw Butch conduct my friends at the Stone a few times, but I believe the last time was 2006?
Avatar 4:11pm hamburger:

@kat330: in terms of mic break pleasantness, modern world with trouble has to take the cake
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:11pm Carmichael:

OK, just got back from luncheon. Ready for failure!
Avatar 4:13pm CripplingAlcholism:

I want a luncheon. It makes regular lunch sound so pedestrian.
Avatar 4:14pm kat330:

@hamburger: I'm only speaking of vocal tones/sounds, not necessarily pleasantness of content. ;)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:14pm DCE:

you know what's fun when the work is done but you're still at work? image search your own name. very, very surreal.
  4:19pm Jacques Laruelle:

Ah, my friend the Consul has become perfectamente borracho once again. So obvious.
Avatar 4:22pm hamburger:

@DCE: I can't relate! Because of my stupid name word combination. There is a prank I've seen where someone would send friend requests to people who had the same name as them on facebook, and dress up as close to the profile picture as possible.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:23pm tim from champaign:

Sheeeeeeeeeit......I missed the Broadcast set. I haven't heard much yet but I'm going to pick it up. I feel very fortunate to have seen Broadcast once.
Avatar 4:25pm BSI:

I've got a namesake somewhere who is (apparently) a popular religious/gospel singer, which led to a lot of strange friend requests back when I used the human name on FaceBooger.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:26pm tim from champaign:

Here's my favorite Chinatown dialogue:

Loach: What happened to your nose, Gittes? Somebody slammed a bedroom window on it?
Jake Gittes: Nope. Your wife got excited. She crossed her legs a little too quick. You understand what I mean, pal?
Avatar 4:27pm steve:

image searching my name returns some pictures of me and a reasonable number of nerdy, middle aged white guys. im kinda frustrated im not the first one though, but being the second aint too shabby.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:27pm Carmichael:

@BSI: Your real name is Mahalia Jackson?!?
Avatar 4:28pm kat330:

@tim: Choice indeed. SPOILER ALERT Of course, hard to top "She's my sister. She's my daughter. She's my sister and my daughter," all while being slapped by a most fetching Jack.
Avatar 4:29pm kat330:

I never bother with googling myself in any fashion. Name's too common.
Avatar 4:29pm hamburger:

@steve, but then think, each search is specific to whoever is doing the searching. :o
Avatar 4:29pm glenn:

bsi is really named after howlin' wolf.
Avatar 4:29pm BSI:

@Carmichael, I've been called worse...!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:30pm DCE:

ha! @ carm
Avatar 4:31pm kat330:

Yes, Carm, glad I hadn't just taken a sip of anything. :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:31pm tim from champaign:

@Kat - Yeah, I don't know if I should laugh, shudder or cry when I see that scene. Maybe I'll try all 3 next time I watch it.
Avatar 4:32pm BSI:

Needless to say, those facebooger "friends" didn't stick around very long.
Avatar 4:33pm kat330:

Well, the very first time you see it -- and no one's ruined it for you in advance -- it is like a smack in your own psyche. On subsequent views, yeah, the emotions felt are different.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:33pm DCE:

I'll have to try to find you, BSI...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:34pm DCE:

...as much as anyone can truly "find" you...
  4:35pm Marmalade Kitty:

oh dear.. what have I missed :/
Avatar 4:35pm hamburger:

@BSI: on the facebooger hatin', funny quote I saw was: checking facebooger* is like looking into a poorly stocked fridge. or something like that.
Avatar 4:35pm steve:

hamburger - i did signed out of my google account first to prevent getting just all pics of myself. im still the #2 steve... damn you respectable architecture critic steve #1!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:37pm tim from champaign:

Thanks for playing Butch Morris, Fabio. I am familiar with his name but not his music. I will seek it out now.
Avatar 4:38pm hamburger:

@steve :) but did you get rid of yo cookies!!? probably wouldn't have made a difference. if steve was a damned respectable architect.
Avatar 4:38pm glenn:

judging by the pics, steve has most excellent cats.
Avatar 4:39pm BSI:

HAH! Hamburger... AT BEST, a poorly-stocked fridge. Like a lot of folks, if it weren't for the ability to spam event info, I'd likely get off the thing...
Avatar 4:40pm BSI:

Also, thanks Fabio for the B.Morris material. I heard about the passing but never knew his stuff. Was curious... Lovely stuff.
Avatar 4:40pm kat330:

Not sure about the devil-horned avatar cat though. ;)
Avatar 4:41pm hamburger:

Avatar 4:43pm steve:

thanks glenn! now i gotta go...
Avatar 4:44pm CripplingAlcholism:

just like bill o'reilly
Avatar 4:44pm kat330:

@hamburger: Why are screamin' J ?!
Avatar 4:44pm the glowing one:

(he's not kidding!)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:45pm Andrew Waterloo:

So, there's still now way of knowing why Ken and Clay were staring in my window the other night...
Avatar 4:45pm kat330:

I didn't mean it, steve -- he's a cutie!!
Avatar 4:45pm Pine:

Maybe I'll put my real face on this, don't mind if wfmu folks find me
Avatar 4:46pm hamburger:

@kat330 hawkins?
Avatar 4:47pm kat330:

@hamburger: ssssssssshhhhhhhhhh.
Avatar 4:49pm hamburger:

Avatar 4:50pm kat330:

Avatar 4:51pm BSI:

Screamin Jay is alla our daddy, no?
Avatar 4:52pm kat330:

@Andrew: Where's your avatar from? Fits well with the Ono track played earlier.

OK, then if the cat's outta the bag, you can carry on, hamburger.
Avatar 4:52pm Philo Gristle:

Remember reading all about Jonas Mekas and Jack Smith and the Kuchar bros and all that cool NYC avant-garde cinema scene in the 80s but back then it was impossible to see any of it. GLad to see and hear he's still around.
Avatar 4:53pm kat330:

@BSI: Hoosier daddy for me.
Avatar 4:53pm BSI:

Alas, must break this umbilical & see how long I can stream via the App, which doesn't like the metro much...
Avatar 4:54pm BSI:

or rather, verizon doesn't. or something.
Avatar 4:55pm Philo Gristle:

Looking back, I'll second Tenant, Repulsion and Chinatown for Polanski..... Tenant is really underappreciated, and the ending is pure genius.
Avatar 4:55pm glenn:

hamburger - madisonadblog.wordpress.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:55pm Andrew Waterloo:

@Kat it's from a Daffy Duck cartoon where's he's reading comics, gets KO'd and dreams about performing for a lounge full of monsters.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:57pm Andrew Waterloo:

I have a version of it that is animated. A perpetually loop of him shuttering and feeding his coffee sugar cubes.
Avatar 4:57pm kat330:

Thanks, Andrew. That's a mighty amount of lumps he's adding to his cup.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:59pm Andrew Waterloo:

As long as he's not serving it to me, I'm cool with it.
Avatar 5:02pm Philo Gristle:

And Argento had 10 good years (a bit more if you count his screenwriting credits) from 1970 to 1980, then took a quick nosedive with occasional moments of clarity and genius afterwards....
Avatar 5:02pm kat330:

Finally I can favorite this track.
Avatar 5:05pm Philo Gristle:

It's nice to see Simonetti still scoring Argento films, though no idea if they're any better than his films.... his Tenebrae score was pretty good, but that was 30 years ago!
  5:14pm Che:

Avatar 5:14pm glenn:

anybody ever heard of helle nice? ife.nationalpost.com/2013/01/31/motor-mouth-promiscuous-bugatti-queen-was-a-racing-ace/
Avatar 5:15pm glenn:

oops. life.nationalpost.com...
Avatar 5:19pm Loren:

This Dial album keeps giving... impressive.
  5:19pm nic:

i like this !!!
Avatar 5:19pm Parq:

Back after an extended pause. Kat, that cartoon to which Andrew refers is called "Night of the Living Duck", and when Daffy is dreaming that he is on a nightclub stage singing to the monsters, he is voiced by Mel Torme. Yes, really.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:22pm tim from champaign:

I dig the Dial too. Kinda reminds me of 90s bands like Sun Dial and Hair & Skin Trading Co.
Avatar 5:22pm Philo Gristle:

@Parq Kat says she "loves Daffy Duck" from kitchen. I second that. All that sugar makes me think of Jeff Goldblum in The Fly.
Avatar 5:23pm Loren:

@Tim - maybe a little Loop as well?
Avatar 5:24pm Parq:

Philo, I'm pretty sure that the cartoonists were referencing "The Fly", although I don't know whether the remake or the original. The song Daffy/Mel sings is -- I'm not making this up -- "Monsters Lead Such Interesting Lives."
  5:25pm Rev. up:

This is winning.
Avatar 5:25pm Philo Gristle:

This reminds me of of some of the Boredoms Super Roots releases.... that echoey drum sound specifically.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:25pm tim from champaign:

@Loren - yeah, that too!
Avatar 5:26pm Loren:

Classic cut!
Avatar 5:28pm Philo Gristle:

@Parq A-ha! note that was made in 1987, one year after Cronenberg's Fly, so guess that's a match. Looks like it's available here: www.youtube.com... so we'll watch it later.
Avatar 5:29pm Parq:

Philo, you gunna love it. You and Kat are now officially my favorite suburban couple.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:30pm Carmichael:

Whoa. This guitar opening just caused my mind to alight on the Apocalypse Now opening. What a rush, when I'm trying to compose business e-mails.
Avatar 5:31pm Philo Gristle:

Thanks Parq!
Avatar 5:33pm Philo Gristle:

The title of this cut, "From water rises a forest" is a riff on an older song, "From Water rises a plant" by Kari Peitsamo Skootteri..... I think.
Avatar 5:34pm kat330:

@Parq: (just back in from the kitchen) Who you callin' "suburban"?! Them's fightin' words! ;) I've lived in (in order): Providence, RI; NYC; Louisville, KY; Boston; L.A.; and Chicago. Urban enough for ya? ;)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:35pm Carmichael:

This sure sounds David Gilmour-ish.
Avatar 5:35pm Philo Gristle:

@Glenn Hey, kat pointed me to a book cover design blog you'd mentioned. Loaded with gorgeous stuff, and coincidentally he was reading one of my favorite film books and one of my favorite graphic novels currently. Thanks!
Avatar 5:36pm kat330:

Though I've worked in Louisville at various times and for years at a time, I only actually lived over there about 6-8 weeks. And since I lived that long in Zurich, Switz, I'll remove Lullville out of that list.
Avatar 5:37pm Cecile:

you're not doing too bad, Fabs.
Avatar 5:38pm Parq:

Kat, i was just going on a reference you once made to hanging out clothes in the back, not something I associate with city life. But whatever, props to you, and your spouse, and the fabulous taste the two of you show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:38pm Ike:

On another note: onion.com...
Avatar 5:38pm Pine:

Dehlia Derbyshire is the name
Avatar 5:39pm Pine:

Though she wasn't on that second record
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:39pm Matt from Springfield:

Nice bed! Been enjoying the brass/marching band covers I've heard across WFMU lately.
Avatar 5:40pm Philo Gristle:

Delia was behind the fabulous Doctor Who theme, aussi.
Avatar 5:41pm kat330:

@Parq: Actually, it's suburban neighborhoods that really frown on clothesline usage. I'm the *only* one in this neighborhood of a -- yes, bedroom town -- that does so. You see films where urban environments have those zipline/pulley system of clothes hanging. Guess some in NYC do hang sheets and towels?
Avatar 5:42pm Loren:

Yes! Milwaukee's finest! Dropping proverbial dose right now...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:44pm Mike East:

I am currently living in the 'burbs, and I'm trying to figure a way out. I love the place that I live, and the woods around us, proximity to the city, etc. - but the people... MY GOD, THE PEOPLE! so lame.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:44pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: "Exurban" town? "Semi-rural"?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:46pm George of Troy:

Right on, Loren. F*#king/intense!
Avatar 5:46pm kat330:

It's a suburban environment, sigh, yes. Though we're in an old small homes neighborhood. Ours was built in 1928 and has that wonderful thick, heavy wood around windows and doorways.
Avatar 5:47pm glenn:

oh man. a suburb where everybody was creative, and listened to wfmu. throw in some free love and it'd be heaven.*
Avatar 5:47pm glenn:

* kidding.
Avatar 5:47pm kat330:

@Mike: Hey, I'll exchange you people ANY day! Can't be all that bad where you are by comparison.
Avatar 5:48pm Philo Gristle:

@Mike You said it! Even where I work (design stuff) it's old Sarah Palin stickers and hunting gear. A couple of people who I can talk about old scifi and monster movies, but that's about it. I'll keep mum on politics, bite my tongue and smile a lot.
  5:49pm Fredericks:

I like when Fabio rocks out.
  5:49pm Mark:

All you need is a few good friends, the rest of the people around you don't matter.
  5:49pm Mark:

Love this F/i stuff...
Avatar 5:50pm kat330:

This is / was one fertile Garden indeed.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:50pm Stanley:

Just thought I'd stick my head round the door and say hi.
Thanks for another great show, Especially liked the F/i track.
Avatar 5:50pm glenn:

i find it impossible to keep mum on politics. you're a better man than i, philo.
Avatar 5:50pm Philo Gristle:

F/i really has that Space Ritual vibe down.... miss the vox, though.
Avatar 5:51pm Philo Gristle:

@Glenn Dropped a note to you earlier with thanks in case you missed it. Thanks!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:51pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: A Gift from a Flower to a Garden of Blanga...

Here's a high class descrip then: "Bungalow Village"!
Avatar 5:51pm Parq:

Well, since I live next to the tracks just outside the 23rd Street "6" Station, I am officially in over my head in this discussion.
  5:52pm Mark:

I think I like this Algarnas Tradgard action even more. Sorry I don't have the umlauts and what-not on my keyboard.
  5:53pm Woodstock:

"we hafta git back to tha garden"
Avatar 5:54pm Philo Gristle:

@Matt non-sequiter: Didn't Wreckless Eric have an album called Bungalow Hi?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:54pm Matt from Springfield:

@Philo: "old monster movies"? I'm seeing one tonight! Live theater-cast of the MST3K riffing "Plan 9 from Outer Space"! They did "Manos Hands of Fate" in August, that was fun.
Avatar 5:54pm kat330:

Matt, as you already know, the best part about our neighborhood are the big beautiful trees. But some neighbors are systematically chopping them down. On the upside of that, those two beautiful sunsets I caught on camera recently would have been obscured by the trees most recently removed.
Avatar 5:55pm kat330:

@Mark: One easy trick for that is copying and pasting directly from the playlist entry.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:55pm Carmichael:

Mike, do what I do: don't ever talk to ANY of them. That's how I treat my old conservative neighbors.
Avatar 5:55pm Cecile:

hey, clay.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:56pm Matt from Springfield:

And @Philo: Hmm, he's one Stiff artist I don't know much about. Wiki says: "Bungalow Hi (2004)". But "Bungalow Lo" would sound like a stutter!
Avatar 5:56pm glenn:

yep. i saw it. you can subscribe to dan's blog if you want.
Avatar 5:57pm Cecile:

Fabs, did you hear That Dirty Clown yet?

One of the guys was in Die Kreuzen.
Avatar 5:57pm Philo Gristle:

@Matt Sounds fantastic! I only semi-jokingly say my two favorite films are "Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie" and "Attack of the Crab Monsters."
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:57pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: Photog tip: The best sunset photos have the pretty colors, but some trees w/ leaves, silhouetted black against the light.

Avatar 5:57pm Loren:

I like the idea of a "dusty sit-in..." sounds like bathroom jargon to me.
Avatar 5:58pm sFrances from VA:

Hand my mint julip & my fan, I've got the vapors!
Avatar 5:58pm Loren:

vapors = hot flashes?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:58pm Matt from Springfield:

"Attack of the Crab Monsters"! :)
I've seen the end of "Discreet Charm" before.
Avatar 5:58pm kat330:

Female thing? Yeah, vapors from your husband's socks or something?
Avatar 5:58pm Cecile:

In my understanding the vapors were when you got fainty.
Avatar 5:58pm Philo Gristle:

@glenn Did and done. I'll be sure to rip off some ideas for cover designs, too!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:59pm Matt from Springfield:

"Don't cry for me/ Fab Ro-ber-ti..."
Avatar 5:59pm sFrances from VA:

Vapors is a southern belle thang....
Avatar 5:59pm Philo Gristle:

@Kat that was cruel. True, but cruel. When I was younger, the scent was popcorn.
Avatar 5:59pm kat330:

@sFrances: Ha! :)
Avatar 5:59pm Cecile:

clay, that's my exact stand.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:00pm Matt from Springfield:

12 Gauges are like artillery! Massive recoil. But, you'll never miss!
Avatar 6:01pm Parq:

Great show, great conversation. Gotta go; it's rush hour.
Avatar 6:06pm kat330:

Thank you, Fabio! Wonderful afternoon of soundscapes!
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