Options Inflatable Squirrel Carcass with Rich Hazelton: Playlist from June 20, 2015 Options

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A yurt for the transgenred.

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Options June 20, 2015: "...sensible yet damp..."

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Artist Track Album Label
Mauricio Kagel (composer)/David Tudor (organ)  Improvisation Ajoutee   Options A Second Wind for Organ: David Tudor Plays New Pieces For Pipes And Reeds  Odyssey 
Gertrude Stein/Al Carmines  Side 1   Options In Circles  Avant Garde 
Care of the Cow  Eternally At Work   Options I Still Don't Know Your Style  Fame & Fortune Records 
Other Music  Compulsive Behavior   Options Incidents Out of Context  Flying Fish 
Samla Mammas Manna  Circus Apparatha   Options Maltid  Silence 
Jean Derome  Beau   Options Confitures De Gagaku  Victo 
Jacques Loussier  The Chase   Options Dark of the Sun  MGM 
Jenny Scheinman  Tango For Luna   Options Shalagaster  Tzadik 
Astor Piazzola  Cité Tango   Options Piazzollissimo: Astor Piazzola 1977-1978  Just A Memory 
Bida Sayao (soprano)/Puccini (composer)  Quando m'em vo soletta   Options La Damoiselle Elue  Sony Classical 
Calexico  Moon Never Rises   Options Edge of the Sun  Anti- 
Jimi Tenor & Umo  Ghost Warrior   Options Mysterium Magnum  Herakles 
Bomba Estereo  Soy Yo   Options Amanecer  Sony Music Latin 
Tipsy  Neon Tetra   Options Uh-Oh!  Asphodel 
The Phenomenological Boys  What Do You Take Me For   Options Melody, Melody, Melody & More Melody  Tomlab 
Amon Tobin  Marine Machines   Options Supermodified  Ninja Tune 
Four Tet  Ribbons   Options Ringer  Domino 
Ro Maron  Believe It Or Not - I Like It (Instrumental)   Options Collected  Musique Pour Danse 
Tino  Sunday Dub   Options Tino's Breaks Vol. 5  Tinocorp 
Ticklah  Nature Loving Dub   Options Ticklah vs. Axelrod  Easy Star 
Black Mountain  Don't Run Our Hearts Around   Options Black Mountain  Jagjaguwar 
Vockokesh  The Circle Is The Square   Options Ispepnaibara  Lexicon Devil 
Pete Brown and his Battered Ornaments  Dark Lady   Options A Meal You Can Shake Hands With In The Dark  Repertoire 
Groundhogs  Strange Town . . . alienness of a community   Options Thank Christ for the Bomb  Akarma 
East of Eden  Bathers   Options Mercator Projected  Progressive Line 
Pink Floyd  If   Options Atom Heart Mother  Capitol 
Pink Mountaintops  How We Can Get Free   Options Axis Of Evol  Jagjaguwar 
Lights  Branches Low   Options Bearded Ladies  B-Music / Finders Keepers 

Listener comments!

Avatar 12:09am JakeGould:

  12:12am rich:

good morning jake and anyone else tuned in, turned on, dropped out,
visuals for you this evening: un-gif-dans-ta-gueule.tumblr.com
  12:16am rw:

Hey! Tuned in. Turned on. Trying to visualize this work being performed and wondering how theatrical it might be.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:23am fleep:

Album cover, liner notes continuo.wordpress.com...
Avatar 12:37am JakeGould:

@fleep: Thanks! But since that site is from 2010 and has a questionable download link, here is the Discogs.com link for the cover and sundry info. www.discogs.com...
  12:37am cheri:

hello and goodnight rich!
  12:52am Stork:

The franchise is sounding good tonight, Rich.
Avatar 1:05am The Count of Al Dente:

This singer reminds me of the kid that was in a couple of Greenaway films.
  1:12am rich:

the kid in the cook, the thief, his wife, and her lover? that is a nice little soundtrack for a perverse little film. i got to see that on senior citizens day in the theater in millburn and watched all the elder ones slowly shamble out of the theater as the film got darker and weirder.
Avatar 1:14am JakeGould:

@rich: Wow! Senior citizens gave up on their seated air conditioning due to the film content? Never saw or experienced that before.
Avatar 1:18am The Count of Al Dente:

Yes, that and Prospero's Books.
  1:28am P-90:

Good morning Rich & Carcasians. Funny story about the Senior Citizens Day Exodus.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:28am Īke:

Gosh. is that the original Stork, from before some kid calling himself T. Storck came along and mooched off Stork's good name? (I kid, I kid, T. Storck is excellent. Though perhaps partially cloned from the original Stork in a sinister German mad scientist experiment to create armies of new DJs? Yikes, they'll conquer ALL the non-commercial stations around the world!)
  1:41am P-90:

...who was using this as bed music the other day...?
Avatar 1:53am Jeff:

Hey, Rich. See: sometimes I do tune in to your show.

(And when I don't, it's not because there's anything less than excellent about the show, it's just because I'm usually busy drinking, eating, drinking or sleeping when you're on. You understand.)
  1:58am rich:

drinking and eating are fine excuses, the sleeping thing's a bit weak as far as i'm concerned
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:09am Risky:

Go Rich!
  2:16am rich:

ike, yikes is the correct reaction
Avatar 2:27am Jeff:

As for Storks... I dunno if these pictures from the walled garden of Facebook will be generally visible, but this is a Stork:


...whereas this is a Storck:


Any questions?
Avatar 2:28am Jeff:

I am a battered ornament.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:28am Guido from Cologne:

Good morning Rich!
I'm getting up late.
But very much enjoy this last hour of your show!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:36am Guido from Cologne:

Esp. the toilet flush at the end of the trck ... hehehe
  2:37am Stork:

Sorry, Ike. It's THAT Stork. Yikes, indeed.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:42am Ike:

Well, tarnation, Stork, are you still in Deutschland lately? Is the Turkish food the greatest or what?

Jeff's pictures suggest that these two Stor(c)ks are unrelated and not clone-y, but I'm sure there must be a mad scientist's scheme hidden in this profusion of Stor(c)ks somehow.
  2:42am rich:

good morning guido.
  2:45am Stork:

Yup still in Germany. German food aint so bad either. Just finished the white asparagus season.
Into re-currant season now.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:52am Īke:

Ah yes, I noticed those big beautiful currants sold widely in NL when I was there several months ago. A pretty rare sight in the U.S. Also, counter to the stereotype that Europe is more expensive for everything, some food items were actually cheaper, esp. good chocolate.
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