Favoriting Strength Through Failure with Fabio: Playlist from August 7, 2014 Favoriting

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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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Favoriting August 7, 2014: Failure is a full body and Mind contact activity

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
James Last  Mr. Giant Man   Favoriting Voodoo Party  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Churinga Canaries  Under Heavy Rent (edit)   Favoriting Churinga Canaries  0:06:02 (Pop-up)
People Band  soho Studio 5   Favoriting 69/70  0:15:14 (Pop-up)
Omit  Birth of Fade Out   Favoriting Quad  0:19:45 (Pop-up)
Anima Sound  Good Vibration   Favoriting Stürmischer Himmel  0:25:09 (Pop-up)
 
Extinct  open up and say Ahhhhhh   Favoriting A Choir in the Newsroom  0:37:47 (Pop-up)
Dylan Nyoukis  Secondary Seasoning (excerpt)   Favoriting Dylan Nyoukis/Fleshtone Aura Split  0:53:19 (Pop-up)
Cody Yantis  Of a Piece   Favoriting Place & Distance  0:53:55 (Pop-up)
Extinct  Submission to $$$$$   Favoriting A Choir in the Newsroom  0:55:58 (Pop-up)
Helm  Spiteful Jester   Favoriting The Hollow Organ  0:59:47 (Pop-up)
 
Robert Piotrowicz  Snakeboy Maximus   Favoriting When Snakeboy is Dying  1:19:31 (Pop-up)
Francisco Meirino  Techniques of Self-Destruction Part I   Favoriting Notebook (Techniques of Self-Destruction)  1:26:07 (Pop-up)
Jacaszek & Kwartludium  Circling (Le Pre)   Favoriting Catalogue Des Arbres  1:31:15 (Pop-up)
Grauton  Scordatura Air Guitar   Favoriting Wire Tapper 35 (V/A)  1:35:00 (Pop-up)
Rashad Becker  themes IV   Favoriting Traditional Music Of Notional Species Vol. I  1:37:39 (Pop-up)
Drowning the Virgin Silence  Head Cleaner   Favoriting Head Cleaner  1:48:53 (Pop-up)
 
Robert Piotrowicz  Lincoln Sea (excerpt)   Favoriting Lincoln Sea  2:03:24 (Pop-up)
Eduard Artemiev  Stalker (untitled)   Favoriting The Mirror/Stalker soundtracks  2:11:11 (Pop-up)
Francisco Meirino  Field Tests   Favoriting Notebook (Techniques of Self-Destruction)  2:12:21 (Pop-up)
Francisco Meirino  You Know Nothing   Favoriting Notebook (Techniques of Self-Destruction)  2:12:37 (Pop-up)
Extended Organ  Frankenstein   Favoriting XOXO  2:17:51 (Pop-up)
Eduard Artemiev  Stalker (untitled)   Favoriting The Mirror/Stalker soundtracks  2:27:34 (Pop-up)
 
Father Murphy  Despite all the Grief   Favoriting pain is on Our Side Now  2:37:32 (Pop-up)
Jar Moff  Financial Glam (excerpt)   Favoriting Financial Glam  2:40:43 (Pop-up)
Don Harper  Twisted Mind   Favoriting Coldworlds  2:47:13 (Pop-up)
 


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Listener comments!

Avatar 3:05pm
Cecile:

Did Donna tell you how nice we were to her last week?
  3:05pm
Ted:

aaaaaah....STF time. now i'm happy again
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:06pm
Ken From Hyde Park:

My strength is failing. Is this good or bad?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:06pm
DCE:

hey people
  3:07pm
Sam:

Hey hey hey
  3:08pm
P-90:

Thanks again to Donna and Ciao Fabio & Failurians!
Avatar 3:11pm
steve:

wahooo
Avatar 3:11pm
steve:

if this is the sound of failure, i don't want to succeed
  3:14pm
marmalade kitty:

..what steve said!
Avatar 3:16pm
Bayta:

yup
  3:17pm
Full Body Count:

Who & what Year is this C.Canaries?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:18pm
Whosondephone:

Sounds an awful lot like Pink Floyd.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:18pm
DCE:

Dave Gilmour was never that Sonny Sharrock
  3:20pm
marmalade kitty:

Wright/Barrett'ish
Avatar 3:20pm
Bayta:

Collab project of Phil Legard (Xenis Emputae Travelling Band), Alex Neilson (Scatter, Richard Youngs’ collaborator, etc. ), Tirath Singh Nirmala (formerly John Clyde-Evans of Hood) and Phil Todd (Ashtray Navigations)
  3:25pm
F.B.C.:

@Bayta Thanks I am familiar With Scatter & Ashtray N.
  3:28pm
marmalade kitty:

very floydy set the percusion similar to pow r toc h?
Avatar 3:31pm
steve:

we love Donna
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:32pm
DCE:

you are correct, sir
  3:32pm
Phillip.(Brooklyn):

You are correct Fabio
  3:32pm
Phillip.(Brooklyn):

Donna played almost the same kind of music you do
  3:33pm
Phillip.(Brooklyn):

But we still missed you Fabio
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:33pm
DCE:

and then she Bryce'd it up on Friday!
  3:34pm
Maria Dumlao:

listening now in Alberta Canada..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:36pm
holland oats:

can't help but pronounce omit with a soft o like vomit
  3:37pm
Lulu:

Kudos to Fabios
Avatar 3:40pm
Rev. Turnip Druid:

OH HELL YES. To this. This thing rat here. Hell yes to it.
Avatar 3:40pm
Rev. Turnip Druid:

and hello.
  3:40pm
totalsunconnection:

Donna's great. I especially enjoy her theme shows.
  3:42pm
marmalade kitty:

failure of a digi-box
  3:43pm
Phillip.(Brooklyn):

Don't leave us anymore Fabio we miss you too much
Avatar 3:44pm
Bayta:

@Rev - This is definitely deserving of more than a yay, so I heartily second your HELL YES.
Avatar 3:47pm
Rev. Turnip Druid:

Hell yes to what Bayta said.
  3:48pm
marmalade kitty:

Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh..
  3:50pm
totalsunconnection:

I am loving that wailing sound. I can only hope it is not an animal in pain. I hope it is copulating. :)
  3:50pm
Ted:

Fabio....does the station have a copy of John Oswald's new rerelease of Grayfolded? Let's get on that shit! I don't hear plunderphonics nearly enough on the mighty MU...which is odd.
  3:52pm
P-90:

Hell yes to the wail of the copulating animal.
Avatar 3:53pm
Bayta:

According to discogs, it is actually radio coverage of the 2004 presidential election, so copulating animal is close enough - www.discogs.com...
  3:56pm
P-90:

@Bayta: Thnx for the link
  3:57pm
totalsunconnection:

@ Bayta--wow
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:59pm
adrian in mpls:

then maybe not copulating animals, but yet another death wail in the democratic process.....
Avatar 3:59pm
Cecile:

this extinct makes me happy I'm not.
  4:05pm
P-90:

-not sure I agree with Fabio about the flute as a "not-favorite" instrument all-around, but "whole Lotta Flute" IS a dementedly lame track..
  4:06pm
totalsunconnection:

I like anything demented.
Avatar 4:07pm
glenn:

iris demented?
Avatar 4:07pm
shinola for brains:

Fitzcarraldo!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:08pm
adrian in mpls:

fitzcarroldo?
  4:08pm
Ted:

Nosferatu
  4:09pm
totalsunconnection:

I loved Woody Allen's latest, Magic in the Moonlight.
Avatar 4:09pm
Cecile:

Grizzly Man!
  4:10pm
dc waters:

My Best Fiend - Klaus Kinski -- a most informative and engaging documentary by Herzog about Kinski.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:11pm
Mike East:

I just referenced Bunuel this morning as I was discussing with a coworker the time he punctured his cornea.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:12pm
Mike East:

my coworker's cornea, not Bunuel's
Avatar 4:12pm
Rev. Turnip Druid:

YES, The Exterminating Angel is unbelievably awesome.
Avatar 4:12pm
steve:

ouch!
  4:13pm
dc waters:

"Exterminating Angel" -- wonderful!
  4:13pm
P-90:

The Avenging Angel is my all-time fave Bunuel also!
Avatar 4:14pm
Bayta:

Bunuel doesn't puncture corneas, he slices 'em.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:15pm
Mike East:

right, Bayta - but picturing both images grosses me out just the same.
Avatar 4:15pm
Sem Chumbo:

In rehearsal he was less precise.
Avatar 4:15pm
kirk from beer city usa:

Fabio is right! Double Indemnity is really good. Fred McMurray is awesome. I love how he lights a match with his thumbnail. Especially enjoyable if you only know him from My 3 Sons.
Avatar 4:16pm
Bayta:

Oh, but that shot of the cornea slicing intercut with the cloud slicing the moon is gorgeous.
Avatar 4:16pm
Rev. Turnip Druid:

Again with the HELL YES, re: the snakeboy track..
Avatar 4:17pm
Chris from DC:

Kirk, yeah it's up there with the best noir.
Avatar 4:17pm
Cecile:

Double Indemnity is pretty damn great.
  4:18pm
dc waters:

@P-90: Re: the flute, I don't care for its sound in the higher registers, generally speaking, but think it's very effective in the Middle C area.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:23pm
common:

fabio! friends!
  4:23pm
P-90:

D. Indemnity: one of, if not THE quintessential Noirs: the story, the visual design, the "hard -boiled" dialog, everything

Re: The flute: well, it's a classic instrument, incredibly expressive, unique timbre, etc, etc
BUT rarely EVER sounds right in a Rock context, you-know-who excepted, and some people don't like his stuff either
  4:23pm
ScottHaggart:

Has the new 1:17 failed on air yet..?
Avatar 4:24pm
Chris from DC:

Flute works so well with Bardo Pond, though, for me at least.
  4:25pm
dc waters:

@P-90: Unique timbre, precisely. I don't know how anyone can despise a well-played flute.
  4:26pm
mudman:

How do you feel about nails on a chalkboard?
Avatar 4:29pm
d¢ pät:

yeah but what about oboe?
Avatar 4:30pm
Rev. Turnip Druid:

OBOE you di'ent...
Avatar 4:30pm
Sem Chumbo:

Oboe? With a few matches makes excellent kindling for a bagpipe fire.
  4:30pm
P-90:

@dc: There's no other instrument that conveys the breath of the musician so intimately. The Japanese Shakuhatchi flute is amazing also, there are lots of "flutes" in world music. I can only take Herbie Mann in reasonably limited doses though...
  4:32pm
dc waters:

Take a hollow reed, and it was one of humankind's first musical instruments.
Avatar 4:34pm
d¢ pät:

double reeds are bitchin. My daughter played an oboe at school but hated it. Really bummed me out. But we ended up buying the thing so now I can ply improvisational jazz when no one's around.
  4:35pm
P-90:

The oldest flute found so far is about 43 thousand years old. They had no doubt been around for a while by then, that's just the earliest example dug up so far.
Avatar 4:37pm
d¢ pät:

that's pretty freakin old, p-90. Where was that found? Anthropilidgists say that the first instruments were probably the strings on bows.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:38pm
common:

always wanted a flute. my ex-father-in-law played the oboe in the orchestra. cool shit. made his reeds out of bird bones.
  4:40pm
dc waters:

Not everything had to evolve out of weaponry. I'd still bet on a flute-like instrument as first, excepting percussion of course.
  4:40pm
P-90:

I'm trained a little bit as a paleoanthropologist myself, and for many years flutes have been acknowledged as probably the first (non-percussion) musical instruments. They keep finding older and older ones, they're made from animal bones.
Avatar 4:40pm
Rev. Turnip Druid:

BECKER!
  4:41pm
dc waters:

Jinx, P-90.
Avatar 4:42pm
d¢ pät:

yeah, percussion seems more likely. But the San people of Botswana actually do play the strings on their bows even these days.

@P-90: huh.
  4:48pm
totalsunconnection:

Had to go away for a while. I thought Fred Murray was so good in Double Indemnity and wonder why he didn't have a bigger film career...
  4:51pm
dc waters:

Man, that's hatred that even talk about flutes is annoying.
  4:54pm
P-90:

Fred MacMurray was actually a major movie star in the 40's and 50's, then a TV star in the 60's. Double Indemnity is just the one we remember still, because it's such a classic.
He didn't always play good guys, he gave another first-rate performance as a real creep in "The Apartment" (1960) ALSO directed by the one-and-only Billy Wilder.
  4:56pm
P-90:

Oh yeah, and don't forget Fred also played one of the most vivid assholes of stage and screen in the movie version of "The Caine Mutiny", another classic.
  4:57pm
totalsunconnection:

Thank you P-90
Avatar 5:00pm
Fabio:

@ P-90: you are correct. Caine Mutiny is also quite good, and he is a total prick. The Apartment is a good movie, but MacMurray's part in that doesn't really take off. Anyway, he is an excellent actor regardless.
  5:03pm
nic:

this is great!!!
Avatar 5:04pm
Bayta:

Is the delay in playlist updating an issue on my end? I keep checking back when a track catches my attention only to find the playlist is still stuck on something played a while ago.
Avatar 5:05pm
Rev. Turnip Druid:

is cool, Bayta, we're all floatin' on Fabio Time...
  5:06pm
marmalade kitty:

Great, another hour Fab!
Avatar 5:08pm
glenn:

speaking of robert altman. torontoist.com...
Avatar 5:08pm
Bayta:

@Rev - Ah ok. Just checking. Maybe I should just favourite the whole episode and check back later for individual tracks.
  5:10pm
marmalade kitty:

I'm lucky to be here! I was cycling home and was struck on the head by the biggest moth ever! I held it all together somehow
Avatar 5:12pm
glenn:

that mothra focker.
  5:13pm
marmalade kitty:

actually i think it was a bat..
Avatar 5:17pm
Bayta:

Can I yay this Francisco Meirino?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:26pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...it's pronounced 'Frahnk-ehn-schteeen' - !!

...Ringo: I used to go out w/ his sister !
OldFred: His sister - ?!
Ringo: Yeah - Phyllis
...John: Ringo - I've just had the strangest dream...
Ringo: I told yuh not to eat on an empty stomach...
  5:29pm
V Priceless:

What the...? Brighton Rock?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:33pm
Mike East:

anybody mention our DJ is doing a talk on movie soundtracks in the city in a couple weeks? I don't want to blow up his spot and post a link if he's trying to keep it on the DL. Looked like a cool event to me.
  5:35pm
P-90:

@Mike: Fabio is constrained for sensible reasonds from promoting such events on the air, but we can post WHATEVER we want on this page.
So? more info?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:37pm
Mike East:

its this: clocktower.org...

Ken Freedman and Jason Siegel did a talk yesterday as part of the same series.
  5:38pm
totalsunconnection:

Is this a whole lotta flute?
  5:42pm
Dean:

Erich Wolfgang Korngold! Ernst Toch! (I work with the latter's grandson.)
  5:42pm
totalsunconnection:

I gotta say, I love that title, "Despite all the Grief"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:48pm
Marcel M:

Fabio, did you see Boyhood? Or you recommended it based on what you had heard? I saw it and am curious if you liked it...
  5:51pm
P-90:

Viva Sauerflaut!!!
Avatar 5:51pm
glenn:

bull moose jackson.
Avatar 5:52pm
glenn:

did my big 1o".
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:52pm
Marcel M:

Yes they used to say Jazzin, for the work prostitutes do.
Avatar 5:52pm
Cecile:

Actually I heard it was a synonym for the word "shit".
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:52pm
Marcel M:

I thought it came from the word Orgasm somehow. Thats what I heard at least. Jazz, I mean.
  5:54pm
ans:

jazz was short for jasmin, after the perfume the prostitutes wore in those dayls
Avatar 5:54pm
glenn:

was it the veld festival?
  5:55pm
Ted:

Electric Eclectics baby!
  5:55pm
V Priceless:

Vaporize baby!
Avatar 5:55pm
steve:

id like to know what this festival is
  5:56pm
Ted:

Since Fabio is not naming it, it was the Eclectric Eclectics Festival
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:56pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...interesting one ans
- 'Jazz' etymology wigkey :
en.wikipedia.org...
  5:56pm
V Priceless:

Boards of Canada?
Avatar 5:56pm
steve:

thanks Ted!~
Avatar 5:57pm
Sem Chumbo:

Oh, yes. In pencil, tho.
  👻 5:57pm
pj:

hey, i still have my fabio trading card, fabio!
  5:58pm
Ray:

Im your BIGGEST FAN DUDE.
Avatar 5:59pm
Rev. Turnip Druid:

Blue Sausage Infant is now The Rev. Turnip Druid.... we are one & the same! Success thru failure & schizophrenia!
  5:59pm
Ray:

I listen EVERY FRIGGING WEEK
  5:59pm
Phillip In Brookkyn:

Hey! What about me
  5:59pm
P-90:

Thanks, Fabio!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:59pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Fanbase Failure
...Failure Fanbase...
  6:01pm
Gee Lampa:

Hup hup hup!!!
  8:04pm
Ken aka Jedd X:

TREMENDOUS show my friend!
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