Options Noise and Syrup with Jeff M: Playlist from January 18, 2014 Options

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On the way home, the view was beautiful.

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Options January 18, 2014: fill-in for Martha

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Loop  Forever   Options Heaven's End  Reactor    CD    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Darky Sunny Land  Reincarnation   Options Kon Taan Kor  Gulcher    CD    0:12:31 (Pop‑up)
Sean McCann  I've Seen Your Face Before   Options SIncere World  Amethyst Sunset    LP    0:17:52 (Pop‑up)
Thomas Koner    Unerforschtes Gebiet  Die Stadt    LP    0:28:23 (Pop‑up)
Caboladies  Space Ladder Spiritual II / Atomic Weekender/ Space LADder Spiritual III   Options Atomic Weekender  Digitalis Vinyl  2009  LP    0:59:27 (Pop‑up)
Jim Harold and Mathew Sampson  Side A   Options Last 30 Mins  Alt-Vinyl    LP  "consists of sound fragments taken from the last Iraqi Broadcasts to be picked up in the UK before radio signals were jammed by coalition forces in 2003"  1:12:27 (Pop‑up)
The Hafler Trio  Attachment / Aversion / Bewilderment   Options Regicide, Fratricide and Feneration for Dummies  Vinyl-On-Demand  2013  Boxed set  A Cure for Kenophobia: An Empowerment in 4 Easy Stages  1:25:21 (Pop‑up)
Neverworld  Thoughts Locked in Ice   Options Over the Summit  Glacial Movements  2011  CD    2:03:18 (Pop‑up)
Tim Caitlin  Hysterisis   Options Radio Ghosts  23Five  2007  CD    2:12:55 (Pop‑up)
Tim Caitlin  Zumbido   Options Radio Ghosts  23Five        2:20:48 (Pop‑up)
Graveyards  Untitled   Options Formless Music from a Coming Age  American Tapes   2007  LP    2:30:41 (Pop‑up)
Mumpitz  Oller Bloger RD   Options M: The Thirteenth Letter    2013  CD  Daniel Blumin 2013 DJ Premium  2:50:37 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

Avatar 12:16am Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

It is a very good sound indeed.
  12:28am P-90:

I like this. It's very modestly celestial.
Avatar 12:39am jeff-m:

evening all. was chatting with Pseu. Gonna be on the quiet side tonight.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:45am Tome:

quiet here too , only the sounds and "atmosphere"s of your show, always a nice surprise Jeff .
Avatar 12:51am Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Oh I miss your show
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:53am sinister dexter:

sounds good
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:55am Ike:

Good sounds.
Avatar 1:00am jeff-m:

thanks guys :)

i miss it too Kenzo
  1:13am Longtime Listener:

Hi I'm just tuning in. This sounds a lot like something you would hear in that film 2001:a space odyssey
Avatar 1:14am Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

It sounds like the last thing you'll ever hear
  1:16am Longtime Listener:

We'll:( a person like myself is somewhat hard of hearing. So? Who knows? I could go completely deaf at anytime
  1:20am P-90:

For some reason I usually love things that incorporate "radio chatter" sounds.
  1:27am P-90:

You can't understand what's being said if you don't speak the language, but being aware of the context makes it really spooky
Avatar 1:27am jeff-m:

same, especially if non-english
Avatar 1:28am jeff-m:

whoops, comment overlap
Avatar 1:37am Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

P-90: I recommend THX-1138...with such sounds acting as the precursor to sounds used in Star Wars.
(And treated in my sound collage in tribute to the 1971 sound artist: lastever.org...)
  1:51am P-90:

i'm actually a huge THX fan, have been forever. I can always startle Star Wars geeks by arguing that it could be considered the very best movie George Lucas has made. Thanks for the link to the archive, of course I've followed Murch's career closely as well, so that program will be a special treat. I'm sure you know that Murch continues to be a trusted all-around creative consultant to Lucas and Coppola as well, not just on sound, on everything. His collages for THX were truly avant guarde, very hip, witty and ahead of their time--particularly for a big-studio commercially released movie.
  1:54am P-90:

I see the show is from 2004, and includes MP3 for dial-up modems!
Avatar 1:59am Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

I've got some other shows with sounds of dial-up modems.
Avatar 2:01am Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

My very last show sampled Walter Murch's one and only directed film, Return to Oz. (wfmu.org...)
  2:01am P-90:

I was just thinking: dial-up modems themselves make some pretty cool lo-fi, "8 bit" sounds...
Avatar 2:03am Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

G'night, off to dream of the past future...
Meet back here for a screening of the laserdisc version of THX-1138, the closest available thing to the original.
Avatar 2:05am jeff-m:

later man. thanks for hanging out
  2:10am P-90:

@Kenzo: thanks again, see you soon on one of these data streams...
@Jeff M.: I'm here for the duration, rock on
Avatar 2:16am northguineahills:

This is good sound! Thanks!
  2:39am P-90:

@ Jeff M.: reminiscent of Wendy Carlos' Full Metal Jacket tracks, no?
Avatar 2:43am jeff-m:

have to confess- I don't know them. Will find them and take a listen when i get home. Or perhaps tomorrow.
  2:47am P-90:

There are brief snippets of music she did for the Kubrick movie that have a similar "shakuhachi flute and bending metals" sound
  2:51am P-90:

There's a prticular cue that's heard several times in the movie, I think you can probably find the trailer for the movie, it's prominent in that too
Avatar 2:54am jeff-m:

cool, thank you. is your name for the p-90 guitar pickup by chance?
  2:57am P-90:

Yeah, I used to type in different names, just whatever came into my head, the pickup thing stuck--you know what classic little piece of tech those were, lots of character
  2:59am P-90:

Thanks, catch you later I'm sure
Avatar 3:00am jeff-m:

yeah , great pickups.

thx for listening
Avatar 12:36am Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Re-experiencing on the archive...great, great stuff!
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