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Options March 24, 2013

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Steve Coleman and Five Elements  Sinews   Options Functional Arrhythmias  Pi Recordings  0:00:00 ()
MFC Bruire  Come/Nonsense and Silence   Options Le Barman a Tort de Sourire  Ambiances Magnétiques  0:06:48 ()
Sorcerer Sessions  Fixed Point   Options Sorcerer Sessions  Thirsty Ear  0:10:48 ()
Alan Sondheim  771   Options Ritual-All-7-70  ESP  0:14:37 ()
 
Deux Filles  The Third Movement   Options Double Happiness  LTM  0:26:53 ()
Guru Guru  Woman Drum   Options Guru Guru  Brain  0:30:24 ()
Lemon Kittens  ...Not a Mirror   Options Spoonfed and Writhing  Biter of Thorpe  0:34:20 ()
Shelley Hirsch and Uchihashi Kazuhisa  Day in and Day Out   Options Duets 10 Years After  Innocent Records  0:40:53 ()
 
P.E. Hewitt Jazz Ensemble  Bullheads in My Shoes Blues   Options Winter Winds: Complete Works 1968-1970  Now Again  0:49:38 ()
Mariann Kafer  Pigreich II   Options Animalfarm  Furnace  0:54:22 ()
Joëlle Léandre & Barre Phillips  Atta Attal   Options A l'improviste  Kadima Collective  1:01:33 ()
Young Ho Shu  Jinyang 1   Options Ajaeng Sanzo  AkdangEban  1:06:08 ()
 
Ultramarine  Kingdom   Options United Kingdoms  Blanco y Negro  1:16:10 ()
Small Faces  I Feel Much Better   Options There Are But Four Small Faces  Immediate  1:20:47 ()
Ferdinand Richard  Télé, Apres la Météo   Options V/A: Change the Beat: The Celluloid Records Story 1979-1987  Strut Records  1:24:13 ()
Pete Brown & Piblokto!  Broken Magic   Options V/A: The Quiet Revolution (Mojo)  Mojo  1:28:29 ()
Bodo  She's a Woman   Options Hits Internacionales  Shadoks  1:34:32 ()
 
Leadbelly  Roberta Part I   Options King of the 12-String Guitar  Sony  1:43:38 ()
Robbie Basho  Dravidian Sunday   Options The Seal of the Blue Lotus  Takoma  1:46:43 ()
Christian Wolff  Percussionist 5   Options 8 Duos  New World Records  1:54:27 ()
Emerson Meyers & Associates  Rhythmus   Options Provocative Electronics  ABC Westminster Gold  2:02:38 ()
Julia Kent  Nina and Oscar   Options Character  Leaf  2:07:45 ()
 
Le Priet Vaha Chosmos E Bacon Maourian  La Semana de la Dulzura   Options Prieto Viaja al Cosmos con Mariano  Random  2:16:14 ()
Soft Circle  Whirl   Options Full Bloom  Eastern Developments  2:18:25 ()
Frank Bretschneider  All Summer in a Day   Options Rhythm  Raster-Noton  2:25:57 ()
Ches Smith and These Arches  Learned from Jamie Stewart   Options Hammered  Clean Feed  2:29:09 ()
 
Jacco Gardner  Puppets Dangling   Options Cabinet of Curiosities  Trouble In Mind  2:35:21 ()
Widowspeak  The Dark Age   Options Almanac  Captured Tracks  2:39:04 ()
Vashti Bunyan  Wayward   Options Lookaftering  Dicristina Stair Builders  2:42:30 ()
Aldo Brizzi  Orphéé   Options The Labyrinth Trial  Rara  2:45:33 ()
Kaada/Patton  Crepuscule   Options Romances  Ipecac   2:51:02 ()
 
Splatter Trio  SatUrN ReseArch   Options Anagrams  Rastascan  2:57:36 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:03pm Dave Mandl:

Evening, everyone.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:03pm doca:

hi dave m., is this new steve coleman?
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:04pm Dave Mandl:

Hey Doca. Yes indeed.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:06pm doca:

cool, i've liked it. great interplay between the bass and the reeds, as usual on his works.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:07pm Dave Mandl:

Yup, agreed. Very tight, as they used to say.
Avatar Sun. 3/24/13 9:08pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Hey Dave! I'm glad I'm home and doing some computer work so I can tune in. Happy Sunday to you.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:09pm doca:

what i like about contemporary jazz in general is that's like some sort of long argument (both a discussion and the exposition of an idea) and how the listener MUST have attention so to follow it and enjoy. even when the piece is not particularly difficult it always demands an intense listening.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:10pm Dave Mandl:

Hola, Wendy. Welcome back!
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:12pm BDR:

Hey, thanks for the head's-up on Deux Filles re-release. If you play a song, I'm curious which one you pick.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:14pm Dave Mandl:

@BDR: Sure. I plan to play something from it. Not exactly sure which track, though.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:14pm Dave Mandl:

@doca: Agreed. That Steve Coleman stuff moves fast. You've got to keep up.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:16pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- a couple favorite Zappa zaps :

...'Jazz isn't dead. It just smells funny'...


...'The manner in which Americans ''consume'' music has a lot to do
with leaving it on their coffee tables, or using it as wallpaper for their lifestyle'...
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:17pm Dave Mandl:

Good thing I don't have a lifestyle.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:24pm G:

June? Ritual? Mysterious titles?

Not hard. Le secret du printemps.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:28pm Pete from Boston (and NJ):

I have lifestyle paint for that.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:31pm Dave Mandl:

@G: You're smarter than me.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:31pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- Yeah - what I got from that Zappa is that for some of us Music is our very Center, not our peripheral Wallpaper (...& if it is, we call it 'Ambient')

- Wynton Marsalis emphasizes that Jazz is all about actually Listening to Each Other

- Cage makes point that How We Listen - which is what 'audition' really means - is (@ least?) as important as the What...

...There's the Painting, the Frame, the Room, the Museum~Architecture, the Community...

...Somewhere @ wfmu.org (Program header?) someone wrote that 'to God all Music is Crap' - but I dunno - I like to think of Shiva or Sarasvati digging it- because I don't have the discipline to Meditate! In Africa - Church is Dance...
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:34pm Droll:

Guru Guru is certainly not crap - and a fun surprise!
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:39pm G:

"Not hard." is what you say before you give the answer to an Old Irish riddle. I was really just joking. Unusual for me, I know...
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:40pm Dave Mandl:

@G: I don't think it is Le Secret de Printemps, but what I know? My french is rotten.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:42pm Andrew Waterloo:

“Why is it so difficult for so many people to listen? Why do they start talking when there is something to hear? Do they have their ears not on the sides of their heads but situated inside their mouths so that when they hear something their first impulse is to start talking? The situation should be more normal, don’t you think?”
this is attributed to John Cage, but I remember Roland Kirk saying it.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:44pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Well - we'll see what kind of dreams FMU indices tonight - !...
- America is a Cancer - 4th of July - even our stuffed animals have stuffed animals. Damned right we SentiMental.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:45pm Droll:

I forgot who said that -- I was trying to tell him something and he kept interrupting.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:46pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...well - lemme say this about that - !!!...
- Much ZenLaughter loitering around FMU Comments...
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:46pm ottovonbqe:

I went to see a string quartet last night and persons both in front and in back of me were texting / fbooking the entire time.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:47pm G:

If it's a ritual involving June and one can't puzzle it out, maybe it's not Le Sacre du Printemps but Le Secret du Printemps. I'm done footnoting, though :)
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:48pm Pete from Boston (and NJ):

Ha, I was having one of those "Is is WFMU, or is it broken?" moments for that whole song!
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:48pm G:

@otto: You coulda told 'em it wasn't audience participation percussion section night.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:50pm ottovonbqe:

It's funny, the one guy was banging out his texts so furiously, I think he thought it was.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:50pm Pete from Boston (and NJ):

A home page saying I'd like to see in the rotation is, "Go ahead, get your radio fixed. See if it does any good."
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:52pm G:

They did seem to freshen up the homepage slogan rotation right around marathon time, right Pete?
  Sun. 3/24/13 9:52pm P-90:

Hi Dave! So the CD player created a kind of random cut & paste remix of the track? Somewhere John Cage is smiling.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:53pm Pete from Boston (and NJ):

I don't know. I don't think I have noticed one way or another.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:53pm Droll:

Pete, Send that to ScottW - I had the same experience but have learned to trust FMU that even if it were an accident originally, it isn't after a while.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:54pm Pete from Boston (and NJ):

I have also listened to the noise of a radio station not coming in for an extended period of time without realizing it was not WFMU.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:54pm Pete from Boston (and NJ):

More than once.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:55pm G:

Yes, they added a lot of new slogans recently, and retired some of the old ones...
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:55pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Like your Assaultasaur doca!
...I think this fellow Hewitt & his band have heard of Coltrane too - which means I think it's tasty...
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:55pm Dave Mandl:

Hey P-90, Pete, Otto.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 9:58pm Uncle Michael:

Love is hot. Truth is molten. Greetings.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:00pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Okay- I should sleep to this? Music is probably like dreams in that it takes the sounds of life - whatever they may be - & tries to make aesthetic patterns w/ them - the way dreams help process our waking experience...
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:01pm G:

I guess this is Orwell-based?
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:03pm Uncle Michael:

Now that's a legal I.D.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:04pm Dave Mandl:

@G: I guess, but it sounded more like "1984."
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:04pm Dave Mandl:

@UM: Completely legal.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:05pm Uncle Michael:

Concise.
  Sun. 3/24/13 10:05pm P-90:

@Pete: The same thing happened to me once. The tuner wasn't set right, and I was listening to one of the nearby stations fading in and out with static and all the trimmings. I thought it was the just the Cosmic Cowboy or something...
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:06pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I was thinking Cage for that bit of dead air just now, yeah.
- When everybody was doing Kevin Ayers Tributes - one DJ's Playlist wan't updating - & after a moment I thot 'Oh! - Stupid! - It's like a moment of Playlist Standstill - like a Moment of Silence - DJ-intentional.' & then I thot no it wasn't intentional - & now I'm not certain - but it was a Moment of Playlist Standstill for Kevin Ayers either way.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:06pm Dave Mandl:

@UM: Trying not to disturb the mood.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:06pm FCC:

Jolly Good!
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:07pm Dave Mandl:

@FCC: Whew.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:08pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Like: Kevin Ayers' Playlist is now Finite. They are all Finite.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:13pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- North New England -

Kissed by sunlight
- then overcast

static on on the radio
is listening to clouds

standing here
I am inside the sky

- David Lewis Basso, 20th Feb., 2012
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:14pm doca:

two guys who are not really koreans, but two white men dressed as koreans.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:16pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...only one 'on' of course...
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:18pm Dave Mandl:

@doca: Haha. Could be.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:18pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Who was the FMU DJ who told about that Artist who did this whole long WorldMusic Travelogue Doc thing that was actually all stuff he made up - only says it in fine print if you look carefully?...
  Sun. 3/24/13 10:19pm P-90:

Melodious AND slightly disturbing.
  Sun. 3/24/13 10:20pm sweet cheri:

hey dave, thnx very much for the tunes tonight!!
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:20pm Dave Mandl:

@P-90: The lyrics probably disturbed some people at the time (19th century).
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:21pm Dave Mandl:

Bonjour, cheri.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:25pm Uncle Michael:

I sense that we're into the 2%.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:26pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Texting @ String Quartet is NOT @ ALL like Commenting to Music...
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:26pm Dave Mandl:

@UM: Yeah, hang in there.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:27pm Uncle Michael:

I love it.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:28pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I won't tell anybody if it hits 3% if you won't...
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:29pm Dave Mandl:

@UM: The Ferdinand Richard LP that comes from is just unbelievably great. If you see a copy grab it.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:29pm Uncle Michael:

I'll be seeking out that Celluloid comp.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:29pm Dave Mandl:

@RR: All percentages approximate.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:30pm Uncle Michael:

Top tip, DM, thanks.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:32pm Dave Mandl:

@UM: When that record came out (early '80s) I had no idea when it was recorded. Could have been '60s, '70s. A very unusual sound for a rock record.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:32pm Uncle Michael:

Is that the "En Forme" album?
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:33pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

2% is one in 50 tunes - ? -ignoring tune length...& distribution over Shows (dif. weeks) - & def. of 'Rock'n'Roll' (dif. from 'Rock' - starting w/ say Dylan lyrics & Who amps - ?)...Program blurbs all so Sarky anyhow...
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:34pm Dave Mandl:

That blurb must be 10 years old. I've been too lazy to change it.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:35pm Tome:

300 /10800 ( you played 3 seconds of Small faces == rock'n'roll ) ina 3 hour show == 10800 seconds is about 0.028 % if my calculations are correct ...,
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:36pm Dave Mandl:

So no RnR for, what, the next 8 shows?
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:37pm fleep:

Some blurbs can take years to develop in subterranean caverns before achieving their full taste and aroma.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:37pm Tome:

good one Dave ! and your show always great !!! hehe well done !!!
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:38pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I have that Mojo comp. Should subscribe again.
- Now we into WorldRawk - ! I loves 60's Punk.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:41pm Uncle Michael:

Boerenrock rocks.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:43pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Yes! Truly amazing how much 60's Punk there is - ! Freakin' Baby Boom - ! :
www.beyondthebeatgeneration.com
Mojo has CD's in bookstores too - it's the bookstores that are gone...
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:46pm Dave Mandl:

So the CDs are available by themselves? That's good.
  Sun. 3/24/13 10:48pm P-90:

Mojo's CDs rock!
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:49pm Uncle Michael:

There's at least one location that I know of that has all the Mojos collected in one place.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:50pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I mean the Mojo CDs come w/ the Mag in stores too (last I knew) - not just by subscription w/ mag.
- Of course, there's Used CD bins...
     Sun. 3/24/13 10:50pm 12539:

It's as good a time as any to poke my head up and let you know I'm enjoying the show.
  Sun. 3/24/13 10:51pm P-90:

@UM: You mean besides the WFMU Record Fair?
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:51pm Uncle Michael:

I mean online....if you're into that sort of thing.
  Sun. 3/24/13 10:53pm P-90:

@UM: I was hoping that's what you meant. Are there keywords to search to find this enchanted place?
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:55pm Uncle Michael:

I'm reluctant to bandy URLs in order to prevent takedowns. Googling would work but if anyone here wants to to the Friendship Society contact request thing, I'll mail the link.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 10:58pm Dave Mandl:

And...hello, 12539.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:04pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

It says 'No HTML' in Comments

- but people frequently Link
- & I'm presuming it's not FMU stylee to get Big Brother about there being a World Outside the FMUniverse

- but if I'm wrong, I hope I'm told Sooner rather than Later - !
- For all *I* know, a reason for no HTML is Technical rather than 'Political'/Netiquette...
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:07pm Ike:

My understanding is that by "no HTML" they mean "no < > tags, etc." Not "no links."

Great set, Dave.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:08pm Uncle Michael:

I don't mean to be coy, Rev. This stuff is on a most excellent blog that has had to start over numerous times and since links here have permanence, I could be responsible for providing the site with attention that could do it harm. So, I'll give anyone the link...I just want to be a little cautious with someone else' efforts.

Policy here wouldn't prevent me posting it.
  Sun. 3/24/13 11:08pm sweet cheri:

well g'night dave & all
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:09pm Uncle Michael:

night cheri
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:09pm Dave Mandl:

Night, Cheri.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:10pm Uncle Michael:

This is beautiful.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:10pm Dave Mandl:

Thanks, Ike. And yes, I think that's true. People post links here all the time. But be careful what you post because you never know who's reading it.
  Sun. 3/24/13 11:13pm P-90:

Dave: Yes this is really beautiful.
@UM: I understood exactly what you meant. I'll check out the Friendship Society, haven't used it yet.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:13pm Droll:

Kenzo fixed a link-mangling bug for me the other day. 1) Kenzo never sleeps. 2) Kenzo fixed the website live, in less than an hour. 3) If Wikipedia allows apostrophe in a URL, that's good enough for Kenzo.

I wonder if Kenzo treats his real-life employer as well as garden-variety WFMU listeners.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:14pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Bon Soir (spelling?), Cheri!

Makes sense - figured better to ask. That Link I posted above is even another stream...
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:15pm Uncle Michael:

When you join, you can view profiles and there's a contact request thing that will forward your email to someone you wish to invite to write back. If I get a request, I'll accept it.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:18pm Uncle Michael:

@Rev...I know that stream, it's a good one. It's rawer in some ways than what we do at Psychedelicized Radio....yet kindred.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:18pm Uncle Michael:

This reminds me of Joe Meek's demos.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:26pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I'm new enuff to FMU to still be discovering the Program roster & the dif. flavors - which after all are pretty varied - & lotsa heady stuff - ! Add the Archive option - & possibilities w/ Time are sort of exponentional!
...Looks like I discovered another rich & satisfying listen here...
  Sun. 3/24/13 11:26pm BR549:

"Ain't no money aove the fifth fret."
Buck Owens
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:28pm Dave Mandl:

@RR: Why, thank you. And welcome.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:29pm Uncle Michael:

I recognize that phone number.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:38pm Pete from Boston (and NJ):

RR, I have been listening to varying extents for over 20 years, and I am still discovering the different flavors. Even as it concerns shows that have been on 10, 20 years, that I just never quite got into until one day I did.

And some, like Dave's here, I've come back to after not having tuned into for a while.

This station really is a big ridiculous candy store and it's difficult to taste it all or even know which to try at any given time.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:39pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...my spelling~typing exponentially worse...

- UM: 'Psychedelicized Radio' is dif. from 'Psychedelic Jukebox'
- & Googlable - ??..
  Sun. 3/24/13 11:42pm P-90:

"...a big ridiculous candy store" Yay!
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:44pm Andrew Waterloo:

My first marathon went a long way in helping me find a foothold in the schedule.
     Sun. 3/24/13 11:45pm 12539:

"ridiculously big," perhaps, but otherwise, nothing ridiculous about it.
  Sun. 3/24/13 11:45pm P-90:

I had my first marathon bronzed.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:49pm Uncle Michael:

@Rev...yes, different. try psychedelicized.com
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:49pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- Thanx for that!: Not being an erudite Urban fellow - or a big financial success w/ greatest toys or understanding of tech options - nice to know it's not all me...

- As for the challenging side of Connectivity:
...'Got to be so carefull where you stand
- in the Digital Wonderland'...
- Harry Shearer
     Sun. 3/24/13 11:55pm 12539:

Thank you, Mr Mandl.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:56pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Thanx Mike - !
...Oh Geez - !: Another one - !...

...I think of George Harrison in 'Anthology' saying in Post-War Liverpool you couldn't get a cup of sugar much less a rock'n'roll record
- now it's like a firehose to try & control...
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:57pm Uncle Michael:

You're welcome. It was shameless of me, as I'm involved with that enterprise.
Avatar    Sun. 3/24/13 11:58pm Uncle Michael:

I've really been enjoying myself, Mr. Mandl. Thank you.

Night all. I will see you later.
  Sun. 3/24/13 11:59pm P-90:

Shameless but informative.
Avatar    Mon. 3/25/13 12:00am Dave Mandl:

Thanks, UM. And good night, everyone. Thanks for listening/typing.
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