Options Inner Ear Detour with David: Playlist from February 15, 2015 Options

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Sounds from the archive of the future, sonic drilling into the past, dissonant rumbling, lyrical melodies, noises (human, animal, mechanical, digital) inscrutable yet honest, desultory but consistent.

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Options February 15, 2015: Sounds Can Be Deceiving

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
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Sylvie Simmons  My Lips Still Taste of You   Options Sylvie  Light in the Attic    0:03:13 (Pop‑up)
Radian Vs. Howe Gelb  Return to Picacho Peak   Options Radian Verses Howe Gelb  Trost    0:06:28 (Pop‑up)
The Limiñanas  La melancolie   Options Costa Blanca  Trouble in Mind    0:13:00 (Pop‑up)
Margo Guryan  I'd Like to See the Bad Guys Win   Options 25 Demos  Franklin Castle    0:16:10 (Pop‑up)
Psychic TV  Are You A Boy Or Are You A Girl?   Options v/a: Silver Monk Time - A tribute to The Monks  Play Loud    0:17:56 (Pop‑up)
Knucklehead (John Moran)  Way to Be   Options   No label    0:22:03 (Pop‑up)
Billy Childish & CTMF  Acorn Man   Options Acorn Man  Damaged Goods    0:28:35 (Pop‑up)
Owen Maercks  60 Cycle Hum   Options Teenage Sex Therapist  Feeding Tube Records    0:31:11 (Pop‑up)
Destroy All Monsters  Bored   Options Destroy All Monsters  Munster    0:34:28 (Pop‑up)
Midnite Snaxxx   Pull Down the Shades   Options 7"  Total Punk    0:38:22 (Pop‑up)
          0:43:24 (Pop‑up)
Mountain Man  Buffalo   Options Made the Harbor  Bella Union    0:43:28 (Pop‑up)
Jessica Pratt  Game That I Play   Options On Your Own Love Again  Drag City    0:45:21 (Pop‑up)
Kris Kristofferson  Border Lord   Options Border Lord  Monument    0:49:11 (Pop‑up)
CeDell Davis  Turn on Your Light   Options Last Man Standing  Sunyata    0:52:53 (Pop‑up)
Nathan Bowles  Jonah / Poor Liza Jane   Options Nansemond  Paradise of Bachelors    0:59:03 (Pop‑up)
John Cage/Frances-Marie Uitti  Lecture on Nothing (excerpt)   Options Works for Cello/Lecture on Nothing  Etcetera    1:05:43 (Pop‑up)
Mike Cooper  Patterns of Islands   Options New Globe Notes  No-Fi    1:06:32 (Pop‑up)
Annea Lockwood  Buoyant   Options Ground of Being  Recital Seven    1:10:37 (Pop‑up)
Jacques Higelin & Brigitte Fontaine  C'est Pas d'Ma Faute   Options Chanson Avant le Deluge  Jacques Canetti Disques    1:21:38 (Pop‑up)
Musette Explosion  L'incomprise   Options Introducing  Aviary    1:22:37 (Pop‑up)
Dinah Washington  Everybody Loves My Baby   Options Original Queen of Soul  Fantastic Voyage    0:59:47 (Pop‑up)
Lincoln Chase  I Love Your Many Ways   Options v/a: Jukebox Mambo Vol 2  Jazzman    1:30:01 (Pop‑up)
Sun Ra & His Arkestra  Brainville   Options A Space Odyssey: From Birmingham to the Big Apple - the Quest Begins  Fantastic Voyage    1:32:23 (Pop‑up)
Art Pepper  Caravan   Options Friday Night at the Village Vanguard  Contemporary Records    1:36:55 (Pop‑up)
Nuiversum  Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered   Options Ballads of Now and When  Repeat Until Death    1:50:19 (Pop‑up)
Ghédalia Tazartès  Soul-4   Options Hysterie Off Music  Holidays    1:55:11 (Pop‑up)
Buckminster Fuller  speaks (1975)   Options v/a: Audio Arts Volume 2 Number 1  No label  here   2:05:56 (Pop‑up)
Jean-Luc Hérelle  Bells/Herd of Cows   Options Pastoral Bells  Sittelle    2:07:00 (Pop‑up)
Keith Moon  Isolated drum track from "Won't Get Fooled Again"   Options mp3  No label  here   2:07:30 (Pop‑up)
(Indian drone generator)  none   Options none  No label  here   2:15:08 (Pop‑up)
Charles Cohen  Velcro Dance   Options Retrospective  Morphine    2:17:56 (Pop‑up)
Harry Bertoia  Here and Now   Options Here and Now / Unkown  Sonambient  Kickstarter to preserve recordings of Harry Bertoia's sound sculptures here   2:20:37 (Pop‑up)
Henry Flynt  Jumping   Options New American Ethnic Music, Vol. 3: Hillbilly Tape Music  Recorded    2:25:37 (Pop‑up)
Spring Heel Jack  My Favorite Things   Options My Favorite Things  Tugboat    2:34:43 (Pop‑up)
David Lee Jr.  Second Line March   Options v/a: Black Fire! New Spirits! Radical and Revolutionary Jazz in the USA 1957-82  Soul Jazz    2:39:15 (Pop‑up)
Harold McKinney and the Creative Profile  In the Moog   Options v/a: Black Fire! New Spirits! Radical and Revolutionary Jazz in the USA 1957-82  Soul Jazz    2:41:08 (Pop‑up)
Malombo Jazz Men  Abie's Mood   Options v/a: Spirit of Malombo: Malombo Jazz Makers, Jabula, and Jazz Afrika 1966-1984  Strut    2:42:37 (Pop‑up)
The P.T.S.  Dragon Rock   Options v/a:Praise Poems: A Journey into Deep, Soulful Jazz and Funk from the 1970s  Tramp    2:46:44 (Pop‑up)
Ata Kak  Yemmpa Aba   Options Obaa Sima  Awesome Tapes from Afrika    2:50:31 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:07pm Ken From Hyde Park:

"Now ... which one's the real one again?"
Avatar 9:10pm Inner Ear Detour:

They're all "real"
  9:18pm ratty:

compared to what?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:21pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...she must've had the highway blues - you can tell by the way she smiles
...Good to have you fill-in - gonna listen horizontal in the dark now tho' (I work weekends) - ta...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:57pm maestroso:

Enjoying the show, DJ David. The board is quiet but we're out here listening.
Avatar 10:01pm Inner Ear Detour:

Right on. Glad to hear from you, maestroso
Avatar 10:01pm Mugsy:

yes we are
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:06pm Ike:

Gleeb gleeb glop!
  10:17pm P-90:

Waitaminnit! I LIKE my tighty trousers and narrow slacks...!
Avatar 10:25pm Inner Ear Detour:

I'll show you!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:28pm maestroso:

This whole cd (musette explosion) is really great...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:30pm maestroso:

getting well-deserved exposure here at fmu....
Avatar 10:35pm Inner Ear Detour:

It's good to have more musette flying around
  10:35pm Carmichael:

Oh hiya David and listeners.
Avatar 10:36pm Inner Ear Detour:

Hi Carm, others
Avatar 10:40pm JakeGould:

5 degrees in NYC. Also the real Mona Lisa is like college dorm room poster sized.
  10:48pm Carmichael:

80 degrees in Cali today, Jake. I want cold weather and seasons and all the other stuff i have heard about.
Avatar 10:51pm JakeGould:

This 5 degrees can eat me.
Avatar 10:51pm JakeGould:

I’ve never used this much lotion before.
  10:59pm P-90:

@jake: be patient, the basket's coming down with more
  11:04pm P-90:

Sounds like old Art went through quite a bit of lotion himself. And junk, apparently.
  11:07pm P-90:

Bucky! One of the all-time geniuses, but his diction wasn't 'always the best...
  11:12pm Wendy del Formaggio:

I'm so glad you're on the air, David.
  11:14pm Carmichael:

You're making me think David, on an impaired Sunday evening.
Avatar 11:15pm coelacanth:

hello David,Keith,Deviations and others
Avatar 11:16pm coelacanth:

i've got some catching up to do.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:23pm Uncle Michael:

I have a Bertoia chair in this room that I've had since 1968. I will now sit in it with renewed awe.
Avatar 11:27pm coelacanth:

Thank you David for those links....though i'd really like to hear an isolated drum track of the best drummer ever to grace "rock" music (though not really a rock drummer)...Mitch Mitchel. (in my so very humble opinion!)
  11:27pm P-90:

That is WAY cool, Pufnstuf Dude!
Hi coel, Carmichael, Wendy
Avatar 11:28pm Inner Ear Detour:

Thanks for checkin' in, folks! Uncle Michael, I envy your Bertoia chair.
Hi Wendy!
Avatar 11:33pm coelacanth:

Keith was brilliant!
Avatar 11:34pm coelacanth:

howdy P-90!
Avatar 11:36pm JakeGould:

I missed the Keith Moon track, but appreciate the link. Amazing stuff!
  11:46pm P-90:

Wow, never heard that "Favorite Things" before. The standard is a bit buried in the arrangement, especially at the beginning, the way bee-boppers used to do. Cool.
And if you asked me out of the blue what classic rock drummers' isolated tracks would make listenable compositions on their own, Moonie and Bonham would come to mind first. Thanks for that link, and for the do-it-yourself drone site. Again, cool. Way cool.
Avatar 11:49pm slugluv1313:

lovely fascinating show! good to hear you here again, David!
  11:52pm jt:

nice show just what i needed thankyou
  11:52pm jt:

Agreed Keith Moon was magic
Avatar 11:56pm cbk:

Right on David. This show is definitely in the solid top 10 music shows on WFMU this week. And that's saying something. Thank you. Christo.
  11:59pm P-90:

Agreed. Great show. Need more.
Thanks, DJ David, and come back SOON.
Avatar 11:59pm coelacanth:

Thanks David
  12:00am ScottC:

Paula B! Jackpot!
  12:00am ScottC:

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