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Options September 7, 2014

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Kakashi  Animal House   Options Mountain Love  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Devonté Hynes  Teddy in the Library   Options Palo Alto OST  0:07:00 (Pop‑up)
The Bad Plus  Self Serve   Options Inevitable Western  0:08:57 (Pop‑up)
Lalo Schifrin  Melba   Options The Reel Lalo Schifrin  0:14:26 (Pop‑up)
Eric Dolphy  The Baron   Options Out There  0:21:53 (Pop‑up)
Shintaro Sakamoto  Future Lullaby   Options Let's Dance Raw  0:24:32 (Pop‑up)
Red Krayola  Old Tom Clark   Options Singles  0:26:38 (Pop‑up)
Kaleidoscope  A Hole in My Life   Options Kaleidoscope  0:30:58 (Pop‑up)
Signal Problems  Pogo Stick   Options Signal Problems  0:33:15 (Pop‑up)
Eric Siday  Pizzicato Piano   Options The Ultra Sonic Perception  0:38:23 (Pop‑up)
Steeleye Span  Black Jack Davy   Options All Around My Hat  0:47:41 (Pop‑up)
Kaada  Mainframe   Options Thank You for Giving Me Your Valuable Time  0:51:53 (Pop‑up)
Wanda Sa  Inútil Paisagem   Options Vagamente  0:56:24 (Pop‑up)
Giuseppi Logan  And Which to Avoid   Options ...And They Were Cool  0:58:46 (Pop‑up)
Twink  [Track 3]   Options Critter Club  1:06:48 (Pop‑up)
German Army  Sunken Wounds   Options Jivaro Witnesses  1:11:12 (Pop‑up)
Pulseprogramming  There Will Never Be   Options Pulseprogramming  1:14:31 (Pop‑up)
Hylozoists  newrealmsofvibrationtranslation   Options La Nouvelle Gauche  1:22:50 (Pop‑up)
Matteah Baim  Peach Tree   Options Falling Theater  1:27:31 (Pop‑up)
The Hit Parade  You Didn't Love Me Then   Options V/A: C86: Deluxe 3-CD Edition  1:35:33 (Pop‑up)
Kali Z. Fasteau  Roy's Wake   Options Piano Rapture  1:39:02 (Pop‑up)
io  [Track 1]   Options Flamenco Abstractions  1:46:07 (Pop‑up)
Igloo  Nightkitchen   Options Igloo  1:50:48 (Pop‑up)
Minny Pops  Night Visit   Options Sparks in a Dark Room  2:01:13 (Pop‑up)
Abdullah Ibrahim Trio  Duke 88   Options Yarona  2:04:03 (Pop‑up)
Lay Llamas  Ancient People of the Stars   Options Ostro  2:11:15 (Pop‑up)
Toshi Ichiyanagi  Electric Chant   Options Opera from the Works of Tadanori Yokoo  2:17:09 (Pop‑up)
Ralph Towne/John Abercrombie  Half Past Two   Options Five Years Later  2:26:04 (Pop‑up)
Augustus Pablo  Melodica Rocking   Options Heartical Chart  2:30:08 (Pop‑up)
Stop Motion Orchestra  Car Chase   Options Instant Everything!  2:34:03 (Pop‑up)
Chvad SB  People Keep Asking and I Say You're Well   Options Of Things Outside the Skin  2:37:23 (Pop‑up)
Christian Wolff  For Piano II   Options Pianist: Pieces  2:47:45 (Pop‑up)
Cody Yantis  A Cold Light   Options Place & Distance  2:55:16 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  Swag For Life Member 9:01pm 12539:

Hola, Dave.
Avatar 9:01pm Dave Mandl:

Evening, friends.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:02pm Uncle Michael:

Hi Dave.

Well this band rocks. Is this the 2%, out of the way?
  9:02pm P-90:

Namaste, Dave
Avatar 9:04pm Dave Mandl:

P-90, UM, 12539: Mahalo.
Avatar 9:06pm Dave Mandl:

@UM: This might be it for tonight!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:07pm I k e:

Greetings, humans!
Avatar 9:07pm doca:

Hi, Dave Mandl. I'm looking forward to hear Yes
Avatar 9:08pm Dave Mandl:

How's it going, Ike? @doca: Hmmm, that might not happen.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:09pm Andrew Waterloo:

Good evening
Avatar 9:10pm Dave Mandl:

Hey there, Andrew.
Avatar 9:11pm doca:

@Dave: I guess I'll have to try to live with that
  9:11pm P-90:

Guess Dave's Yes mood has passed already.
  9:11pm bloopy:

howdy dave !
Avatar 9:13pm Dave Mandl:

Hey, bloopy. @P-90: Yeah, it can be a fleeting thing.
Avatar 9:13pm doca:

Dave's Yes mood usually lasts less than an Yes song.
Avatar 9:16pm Dave Mandl:

@doca: So, around 14 minutes.
Avatar 9:16pm doca:

Avatar 9:17pm doca:

I'm gonna read a little bit. Thanks already for the show, @Dave.
Avatar 9:22pm Dave Mandl:

@doca: My pleasure.
  9:30pm HollyT:

Hi Dave, folks. I'm baaacck!
Avatar 9:30pm Dave Mandl:

Hey there, Holly.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:34pm Uncle Michael:

I think 2% made it to whole milk.
  Swag For Life Member 9:53pm 12539:

He really is saying, "She is a mainframe," isn't he?
Avatar 9:55pm Dave Mandl:

@12539: I think so. Or "the mainframe."
  Swag For Life Member 9:56pm 12539:

At first I thought it was a mondegreen.
Avatar 9:57pm Dave Mandl:

Probably not. That's the name of the song!
  10:00pm HollyT:

At first I thought he was saying, "She's the main freak."
Avatar 10:03pm Dave Mandl:

I guess it's a Rorshach Test.
  10:10pm rw:

Good evening everybody!
I feel like I heard just a couple days ago that twink is a word used in gay culture to describe a type of person. Can't remember what the type was though. I think it was twink.
In any case this band sounds way different from the Twink from Pink Faeries. Nice though...
  10:11pm rw:

Or is it Pink Fairies?
Avatar 10:12pm Dave Mandl:

Evening, rw. "Fairies," I think.
  10:18pm rw:

German Army. I saw them play at a place called The Echo and heard them played on a show called World of Echo. Weird.
Avatar 10:25pm Dave Mandl:

@rw: Haha.
Avatar 10:26pm JakeGould:

Hey there folks!
Avatar 10:29pm Dave Mandl:

Welcome, Jake.
  10:29pm rw:

How's it going JakeGould? Have you had any messages yet from that new social media thingy?
Avatar 10:30pm JakeGould:

rw, funny thing: A few days ago when I was really busy I did not feel my phone vibrate to tell me someone wants me to deliver a message in “Somebody” so I missed my first shot! Bummer.
Avatar 10:31pm Snortley:


Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:31pm Andrew Waterloo:

It's been awhile since I've had a normal Sunday night with Dave.
  10:40pm rw:

That is a bummer. It'll ring (vibrate) again.
So did somebody not get the message to pick up a dozen eggs on the way home from work? Something like that?
  10:44pm rw:

Thanks Snortley. Not a term I'm guessing I'll be using much in my day to day, but now I'll know what they mean if somebody calls me a twink.
  10:45pm P-90:

If Anyone Cares Dept: Twink (drummer)-
Twink has said he is on board to do a reunion project discussed by Steve Howe and Keith West, of their legendary London psychedelic band "Tomorrow"
  10:47pm rw:

P-90 Sounds awful. Or great. One of the two.
Avatar 10:51pm JakeGould:

Well, the way it works is if I wanted to send a message to you, I could. But then you would get a notification that I want to send a message to you, but you would only be able to choose the person who will deliver the message to you. Or something like that. or you can “float” the message so any random person can then say “Hey I can deliver that to them!” But then the recipient would be alerted saying, “Do you want this jabroni to deliver this to you?” Interesting concept.
  10:54pm P-90:

rw: They were a great English Blues band that became more psychedelic as the decade (60s) progressed, as a lot of bands did. Their song "My White Bicycle" was the source for the title of the recent book about that era, "White Bicycles: Making Music in the 60's"
But early on, they were one of the very best blues revival bands in England, at least as good as the Stones with Brian or any band you could name, no kidding...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:11pm Andrew Waterloo:

This Ibrahim is great.
Avatar 11:12pm Dave Mandl:

@Andrew: Agreed!
  11:12pm rw:

JG Sounds kind of complicated, but could be pretty fun. Keep us updated!
Avatar 11:13pm Dave Mandl:

@P-90: Well, not necessarily. White Bicycles were a phenomenon in Holland in the '60s, and the Tomorrow song was a reference to that.
Avatar 11:14pm JakeGould:

RW, it’s not that hard. It’s basically the recipient choosing an intermediary to deliver a message. Nothing more or less.
Avatar 11:14pm Dave Mandl:

(It was a hippie/communal thing. People would leave white bicycles on the street, and anyone who needed it could just take it, ride it, and then leave it for someone else.)
  11:18pm rw:

Oh... I know the song and always wondered about the reference. Now bicycles are painted white and locked to a pole near where a cycling fatality occurred. There's a pretty dangerous intersection of bike path and street near my house. There have been at least two of them in the past year or so. I always think of that song when I see them.
Avatar 11:19pm Dave Mandl:

@rw: Yeah, I think those are called "ghost bikes." Different thing, and a lot less happy than the Dutch '60s ones.
  11:20pm P-90:

The book's title is a reference to the Tomorrow song, the lyrics of which were inspired by the Dutch free bicycle program, an early forerunner of Citi Bike and other current programs.
  11:23pm rw:

P-90 Sounds like you're getting tickets for the Tomorrow reunion if it happens. Still not sure whether it will (if it happens) be awful or great, but something I would consider attending myself to find out.
Avatar 11:29pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Jake, you talking about the Miranda July thing?
  Swag For Life Member 11:35pm 12539:

I don't know if Jake is still around, but last night he was talking about the Miranda July Somebody app.
Avatar 11:36pm northguineahills:

My gf has the Miranda July app, and digs it.
Avatar 11:38pm JakeGould:

Kenzo, yup! The “Somebody” app.
  11:40pm rw:

We have a new BikeShare program in town with white bicycles near bus stops, etc. Now I can think of that song even more often and in a happier context.
Avatar 11:45pm JakeGould:

I like the bikeshare program in NYC. I don’t even use the bikes. But when I need a break from work I go to the nearest station, sit on one & pedal backwards for a while. Costs me nothing & calms me down.
  11:47pm rw:

Dave, I spent too much time conversing on this thing and not enough time listening to the music. I'm going to download the archive to my phone. Thanks as always. I might also look into that C86 box. Sounds like it might make a good Christmas gift for somebody. My dog's hounding me to take him out. Gotta go. Have a good week e'rybody!
Avatar 11:48pm Dave Mandl:

@rw: Thanks. Yeah, you're right, that would be a great gift for a pop fan. Have a good week.
  11:48pm rw:

Jake you DO use the bikes. You just don't PAY for them!
Avatar 11:49pm Dave Mandl:

If you pedal backwards, they have to pay you!
Avatar 11:50pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

They're run by Citibank, and I believe Jake lives in the US. So, yeah, he does pay for them.
Avatar 11:51pm Dave Mandl:

@Kenzo: Haha, very true.
Avatar 11:52pm northguineahills:

Love this Christian Wolff, thanks, gotta go!
Avatar 11:55pm Dave Mandl:

@ngh: Night!
  Swag For Life Member 11:56pm 12539:

Thanks, Dave.
Avatar 11:58pm Dave Mandl:

Thanks, folks. Nice seeing you all again. Have a great week.
  12:00am P-90:

Thanks, Dave!
Avatar 12:03am JakeGould:

Yeah, Citibank was too big to fail so we are all paying for those bikes. Also the area I work in SoHo has a station filled with bikes every 3 blocks or so. So I am not getting in the way of anyone’s needs.
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