Options Zzzzzzero Hour with Bill Mac: Playlist from November 2, 2013 Options

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Lullabies and reveilles. Something for the late nighters and early risers.

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Options November 2, 2013: Freelance Pallbearers

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Noah Chreshevsky  Circuit   Options The Tape Music of Noah Creshevsky 1971-1992  Em    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
David Grubbs  Third Salutation   Options The Plain Where the palace Stood  Drag City  *   0:06:53 (Pop‑up)
Mulatu Astatke  Mulatu   Options The Heliocentrics  Strut    0:14:08 (Pop‑up)
Last Exit  Prayer   Options Iron Path  Venture    0:18:18 (Pop‑up)
Unbecoming  Pink Sweaters   Options Cooked on Twizzlers  Palmeadow  *   0:23:13 (Pop‑up)
Kelompok Kampugan  Terlepas Dari Frustasi   Options Mencari Tuhan  Strawberry Rain  *   0:24:55 (Pop‑up)
Bobak, Jons Malone  Chant   Options Motherlight  Prog temple  *   0:28:02 (Pop‑up)
Lou Reed  Halloween Parade   Options New York  Sire    0:33:00 (Pop‑up)

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Organs in Orbit 



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Circle  Forbidden Steel Patriot   Options Golem  Ektro    0:47:28 (Pop‑up)
Strapping Fieldhands  Albacore Heart   Options Gobs on the Midway  Siltbreeze    0:51:44 (Pop‑up)
Ashtabula  Revolt of the Urchins   Options River of many Dead Fish  Siltbreeze    0:56:07 (Pop‑up)

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Gillian Hills  Tomorrow is Another Day   Options Tres Chic! More French Girl Singers of the 1960's  Ace  *   1:03:44 (Pop‑up)
Thee Oh Sees  Two Drummers Disappear   Options The Masters Bedroom Is Worth Spending a Night In  Tomlab    1:06:13 (Pop‑up)
the blind shake  I'm Not an Animal   Options Seriousness  Learning Curve Records    1:09:47 (Pop‑up)
Theoritical Girls  No More Sex   Options Theoritical Girls  Acute    1:13:07 (Pop‑up)
Oil Tasters  Emma   Options Oil Tasters  Lexicon Devil    1:15:41 (Pop‑up)
Mott the Hoople  Midnight Lady   Options Rock and Roll Queen  Atlantic    1:19:14 (Pop‑up)
Chrome  Reptile   Options Alien Soundtracks  Noiseville    1:22:40 (Pop‑up)
Neblung Price  Washed Ashore   Options Jewels of the Jetpack Malice    *   1:27:08 (Pop‑up)
Blue Tattoos  I Feel Like Debbie Boone   Options The Collection      1:29:30 (Pop‑up)
Bonzo Dog Band  Humanoid   Options Cornology  EMI    1:32:02 (Pop‑up)

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Rip Rig and Panic  It Dont' Mean a Thing if it Ain't got the Brrod   Options God  Cherry Red  *   1:44:50 (Pop‑up)
Bunny Lee  Forgive Me Dub   Options Dub Will Change Your Mind  Mcps  *   1:47:10 (Pop‑up)
Mobius & Beerbohm  Glucose   Options Synthaesthesia: Scott Williams 2013 marathon Premium  None  *   1:50:56 (Pop‑up)
The Numbers Band  About the Eye Game   Options Jimmy Bells Still in Town  Exit Stencil  *   1:54:35 (Pop‑up)
Lou Reed  Endless Cycle   Options New York  Sire    2:00:21 (Pop‑up)

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The Electric Peanut Butter Co  The Rain   Options Translantic Psyche Classic Vol 2  Ubiquity  *   2:10:43 (Pop‑up)
Claire Welles  Milk Teef   Options I Can't Believe It's Not Better    *   2:12:48 (Pop‑up)
Bird Radio  The Boy and the Audience   Options The Boy and the Audience  Strike Force Entertainment  *   2:16:11 (Pop‑up)
David Bowie  Rock and Roll Suicide   Options The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars  Virgin    2:18:18 (Pop‑up)
Abelardo Carbono  Muevela   Options El Maravilloso Mundo de Abelardo Carbono  Vampisoul    2:21:07 (Pop‑up)
keith Hudson and the Soul Syndicate  Nuh Skin Up   Options Nuh Skin Up  Pressure Sounds    2:25:09 (Pop‑up)
Finis Africae  Hassell, el Oso Hormiguero   Options A last discovery: the Essential Collection 1984-2001  Em  *   2:29:37 (Pop‑up)

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Wilson Pickett  Danger Zone   Options The Exciting Wilson Pickett  Atlantic    2:41:12 (Pop‑up)
Big John Hamilton  Big Fanny   Options The South Side of the Soul Street  Omnivore  *   2:43:07 (Pop‑up)
Merle Travis  Steel Guitar Rag   Options Best of  Razor & Tie    2:45:07 (Pop‑up)
Camper van Beethoven  Circles   Options II and III  Pitch a Tent    2:47:19 (Pop‑up)
Gary Lucas  Charlie Brown   Options Cinefantastique  Northern Spy  *   2:49:58 (Pop‑up)
Bob Dylan  Spanish is a Loving Tongue   Options Another Self Portrait  Legacy  *   2:52:10 (Pop‑up)
Lou Reed  Cremation   Options Magic & Loss  Sire    2:54:57 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 3:08am Looms:

Good morning Bill + ladies & gents.
Avatar 3:11am Andy in Berlin:

Good morning everyone! I woke up to find I had no more coffee. Everything under control now.
Avatar 3:13am Bill Mac:

Hey Looms. Happy November! Morning everybody! I've been apprised that people will be getting up to speed a little later than usual today cos of the time change. We should be back in parity tomorrow sometime. Anday!
Avatar 3:18am Bill Mac:

Coffee coffee, buzz buzz buzz.... got my own drink. Fine for now.
Avatar 3:21am Jay/London:

hey good morning bill our clocks went back last weekend so not sure why am up so early .. just got given a early birthday present the box set of the human rights concerts 1986 -1998 ... yes got me big mug of coffee
Avatar 3:25am Bill Mac:

Hi Jay! Who's on that box?
Avatar 3:26am Jay/London:

well you want a list it will be long
Avatar 3:28am Bill Mac:

I might need to look it up myself...
Avatar 3:29am Jay/London:

hers the list its a 6 dvd set www.humanrightsconcerts.com...
Avatar 3:31am Bill Mac:

A lot of that seems like it would be worth a listen.
Avatar 3:32am Jay/London:

last picture of lou reed www.loureed.com...
Avatar 3:37am Jay/London:

this is from the concents www.youtube.com... lou reed
Avatar 3:49am Bill Mac:

That's an awesome picture... way to go out....
  3:49am Benny Hill:

  3:49am michael and Birgit:

Good Morning from Cologne...on a full rain Saturday ! Winter`s near...
Avatar 3:50am Jay/London:

it is indeed Bill
Avatar 3:53am Bill Mac:

M & B, hey hey!!!
  4:02am andy in berlin:

you know Bill, except for Lou Reed, you haven't played one song I'd ever heard of. Tryin' to educate me, eh? :)
Avatar 4:03am Bill Mac:

Isn't that part of our contract? ;)
Avatar 4:07am Brian in UK:

Mornin' Bill, Andy, Looms, Jay M&B and Benny. Still on flaky telephone connection. Trust all are well
  4:08am michael and Birgit:

Everyone here awake now... by this track .
Avatar 4:09am Bill Mac:

Hey Brian! Just going through our Saturday morning ritual.
Avatar 4:10am Jay/London:

morning Brian .. get a cable connection so much better
Avatar 4:12am Bill Mac:

Some of this stuff is better suited for a crappy connection.
Avatar 4:13am Andy in Berlin:

@ Bill - clause 3, paragraph 2
Avatar 4:13am Andy in Berlin:

Hi Brian!
Avatar 4:13am Brian in UK:

Everything seems to be breaking down around me. Car computer body. Been hitting records around. 1971 this week like Loaded and Joni's Blue
Avatar 4:14am Bill Mac:

You can't have any pudding if you don't eat yr meat!
Avatar 4:15am Andy in Berlin:

Ok Bill, now you broke your streak. I've actually SEEN the Theoretical Girls.
Avatar 4:16am Brian in UK:

I have seen a few theoretical girls myself.
Avatar 4:17am Bill Mac:

@Andy I forgot the Girls were the Glenn Branca crew.
Avatar 4:18am Turnstone:

The Hot Chocolate revival starts NOW !
  4:18am Lamont:

Hey Man! Let's take a small horse out to the lake!
Avatar 4:19am Bill Mac:

@Brian Nudge nudge!!!
Avatar 4:19am Bill Mac:

@Lamont It was more romantic for me...
Avatar 4:19am Brian in UK:

Was it Glenn Branca that had many guitars playing at once?
Avatar 4:20am Bill Mac:

@Lamont - Are you also Benny Hill?
  4:22am Lamont:

No just me. Up earlier than ever to listen in some ... didn't hurt as much as I thought it might!
Avatar 4:22am Looms:

@Brian: G Blanca is indeed. btw one of the more boring concert I ever attended.
Avatar 4:23am Looms:

i meant "most" boring concert.
Avatar 4:24am Bill Mac:

What, the waking up early or waking up and listenin' in?
Avatar 4:25am Andy in Berlin:

@Brian, Glenn had his "guitar symphonies" but Rhys Chatham is the one who does the 100 and 200 guitar extravaganzas.
Avatar 4:26am Bill Mac:

What's the deal with Branca? Just no variation from one piece to another?
Avatar 4:27am Brian in UK:

@Looms like a wall of sounds but not as sexy as Spector or dull as Floyd.
Avatar 4:27am Andy in Berlin:

Well Evan Lurie once told me that after Glenn Branca did his 4th Symphony, he went on tour in Europe and played the same stuff and called it his 5th Symphony.
Avatar 4:28am Bill Mac:

Thanks to Artemii from Moscow for his donation to Zzzzzzero Hour and WFMU. Much appreciated!!!
Avatar 4:29am Looms:

Imagine 8 guitar players reading their scores and looking like being bored; and so was the audience.
Avatar 4:30am Andy in Berlin:

@ Bill - Theoretical Girls was actually the band of a guy named Jeff Lohn. Glenn Branca was one of the guitarists.
Avatar 4:31am Brian in UK:

Though the goalposts move the ball still hits the back of the net.
Avatar 4:32am Andy in Berlin:

@ Looms - go see Rhys Chatham then. The only complaint I had with his show was, considering the artillery, it wasn't as loud as one would have expected/hoped. Now Band of Susans, with only 4 people, basically had me deaf for 3 days.:)
Avatar 4:37am Looms:

Andy, I already saw Rhys Chatham and enjoyed the show. Way more spontaneous.
  4:37am Lamont:

Blue Tattoos!!! Feel Like Debbie Boon - geez haven't heard that for 35 yrs
Avatar 4:41am Andy in Berlin:

@Looms - yeah, he's great - I just was expecting the volume to literally blow me through the back wall and they were just being a bit too...cautious? :)
But what was particularly interesting was a) just seeing all the different kinds of guitars, and b) just all the different ways that all these people moved as they played. Nobody was bored on either side of the stage.
Avatar 4:45am Bill Mac:

it think one or two guys from the station might've been invited to play the NY shows.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:49am Stanley:

Mornin' all. Darn that hour thing.
Nothing like a bit of reggie to get me started.
Avatar 4:49am Bill Mac:

@Lamont Believe it or not I had every intention of playing that tonight. Reminded me of good times.
Avatar 4:50am Looms:

Andy, I agree, everyone on stage was happy to be here. Maybe they were just not allowed to play as loud as they wished.
Avatar 4:51am Bill Mac:

Stanley, ya slug!
Avatar 4:51am Andy in Berlin:

@ Looms - I saw it in a church, and maybe they were told to please not wreck the place :)
Avatar 4:52am Brian in UK:

Need some warm dub bass today. Keith Hudson's Brand is special.
Avatar 4:55am Bill Mac:

I wanna extend a special thanks to KP for once again upping his pledge!!! Appreciate all your support!!!!
Avatar 4:55am Bill Mac:

@Andy Love shows like that - have fun but pick up after yrself when yr finished.
@Brian - Keith Hudson you say?
Avatar 5:02am Looms:

@Andy: if they had wrecked it out, they might have had to go on with the tour under the name of Rhys Shathan and friends.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:06am Stanley:

I've thoroughly enjoyed the tributes to Lou and VU over the last week. Heard a lot of stuff not familiar with plus, I dunno, perhaps a dozen versions of Sister Ray. Tributes for some people should perhaps be aired while they are still alive!
Avatar 5:08am Brian in UK:

Totally agree Stanley, same happened for Kevin Ayres.
Avatar 5:14am Andy in Berlin:

@ Looms - much as I'd have liked to have seen it, shattering a couple of big stain glass windows is arguably not the way to go
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:19am Stanley:

Avatar 5:19am Bill Mac:

Avatar 5:20am Jay/London:

very nice YES !
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:22am Stanley:

Ziggy Stardust is some ways just a regular rock album. But its also a masterpiece.
Avatar 5:23am Jay/London:

this sounds a bit like i feel love
Avatar 5:24am Bill Mac:

It's been on my radar of late. I was reading a comment Gira from Swans made about it saying it's the best album ever made, but it's that song in particular that reminds of a buddy of mine.
  5:26am The Missus:

That Claire Welles song sounded like Ween. Hello to Lamont if you're still out there!
Avatar 5:28am Brian in UK:

Ah childrens favourites. Thanks Bill.
Avatar 5:28am Bill Mac:

Yeah, I'm diggin the Claire Welles thing. She wrote us last week thanking us for playing her stuff. woot!
  5:28am Fran:

Hey Bill

I've missed the show for a couple of weeks so how was the mighty Hawkwind and Goblin shows? Thanks for the wonderful Numbers Band track - reminds me of David Thomas's Mirror Man shows which the Kidney Bothers played in. Kidney brothers have a wonderful new CD on ReR called Coal Tattoo - very bluesy and worth checking out. Talking of Ol' Crocus - Pere Ubu in Preston on 12th November. Preston is the base for Claire Welles I think - I wonder if they play together as I Can't Believe Its Not Ubu? So many connections.....
Avatar 5:31am Bill Mac:

Hi Fran, hate to say it but Hawkwind cancelled. Band members are still fighting over the HW copyright, so Dave Brock decided to cancel til March. How old are these guys anyway? Ubu was great though, caught em last month!
  5:33am Lamont:

Hey Missus! Still here ...
  5:33am Binky:

Whoa that Finis Africae sounded like really good African Headcharge
  5:35am Fran:

Lawyers on the edge of time huh!
Avatar 5:37am Brian in UK:

Fran the Hawklords are playing London tonight
Avatar 5:39am Brian in UK:

Wanna buy a video, boss.
Avatar 5:42am Brian in UK:

Drive safely, Bill. Till next time.
  5:42am Fran:

Hi Brian

Caught them in Leeds a little time ago - good stuff
Avatar 5:43am Bill Mac:

Think I'll hold on to the tix til March
Avatar 5:50am Bill Mac:

@Brian - missed! Take it EZ!
Avatar 5:56am Jay/London:

thanks bill same time same place next week cool show
Avatar 5:57am Bill Mac:

Well folks, another one done... RIP Lou... til the next big shoe!
Avatar 5:57am Andy in Berlin:

Hey I actually made it to the end! This starting an hour earlier works for me! Too bad this is it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:58am Stanley:

Brilliant funeral song, Bill. You excel.
Take care, pal, til next week.
Bye everyone.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:15pm Parq:

Fine show, Bill. First day of standard time always kind of sucks for me. Glad to spend the afternoon with you. -KJ
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