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A weekly adventure in phonography: field recordings, brainwave therapy, rattling noises and other esoteric dance music.

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Options July 21, 2015: live from Jamaica Plain, MA

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Artist Track Album Label Year Images
Com Truise  Galactic Melt   Options        
Ike & Tina Turner  Mojo Queen   Options It's Gonna Work Out Fine  Sue Records  1964 
The Mojo  So Long Baby   Options Good Night Tokyo     
Wesley Willis  Mojo Nixon   Options Rock 'N' Roll Will Never Die  Oglio Records  1996 
Tommy Cash  I Didn't Walk The Line   Options   Musicor  1965 
Sturgill Simpson  Voices   Options Metamodern Sounds in Country Music  High Top Mountain Records  2008 
Andrew Pekler  Wichita Forever   Options Sentimental Favourites  Dekorder   2011 
Bromp Treb  Woke Up In a Glass Box   Options Nonfood Bespoke Innovation  Yeay!   2014 
Harpy  Pocket Response   Options Dragibus/Harpy  Lee V Cleef   1999 
Music behind DJ:
Lisa Carbon 
Rhumba Roland   Options        
OOIOO  Asozan   Options Feather Float     
Moebius & Plank  News   Options Rastakraut Pasta  Sky Records  1980 
Moebius, Story, Leidecker  Flathead   Options Snowghost Pieces  Bureau B  2014 
Cluster  Caramba   Options Zuckerzeit  Brain  1974 
OOIOO  Return To NOW!!!   Options Gold & Green  Polystar, Shock City, Trattoria  2000 
Music behind DJ:
Firehouse Crew 
Freedom Version   Options        
Kokushoku Elegy  Sun Stroke   Options Esoderic Mania  SSE Communications   1993 
Lightning Bolt  Horsepower   Options Fantasy Empire  Thrill Jockey  2015 
Predatory Light  Bathed in Tongues   Options Predatory Light/Vorde split  Psychic Violence Records / Fallen Empire Records  2015 
Kid Millions, Jim Sauter  Turkana   Options Fountain  Family Vineyard   2014 
Fat Day  Stub Billy   Options Bound For Glory  100% Breakfast!   1995 
Fab  Our Little Rendez-Vous   Options   Kythera  1966 
The Airboys  I Feel Alone   Options   AMI  1965 
Music behind DJ:
Nico Fidenco 
Sudden Ride (#2)   Options        
Crash Course In Science  Cardboard Lamb (Transducer Mix)   Options Cardboard Lamb  Planete Rouge Records  2007 
Cio D'Or  XLIV for Mike   Options All In All  Semantica Records  2015 
Prince of Denmark  Cut 2   Options The Body  Forum  2013 
Nolsli  XVI (Original Mix)   Options Wild 2  Sci-Fi & Fantasy  2015 
Music behind DJ:
Forsaken Dawn   Options        
Yannis Kyriakides & Andy Moor  This Summer   Options A Life Is A Billion Heartbeats  Discrepant  2015 
Carter Tutti  Lowlands   Options Feral Vapours of the Silver Ether  Divine Frequency  2007 
White Visitation  Permanent Swing   Options Ancestors  Styles Upon Styles   2013 
PP Night  Magic Poopers   Options Shock City Shockers  Trattoria  2000 
Pomassl  Osram Amalgam   Options Skeleton  Sex Tags Mania  2007 
Da Posse  In the Heat of the Night (The Black Madonna It's Called Acid Mix)   Options In the Heat of the Night Re-Edits  Freerange Records  2014 
Steve Poindexter & Mike Dunn   Born To Freak   Options Work That Mutha Fucker  Muzique Records  1989 
Sister Slut  Get The Dick   Options Jackmaster 3  Westside Records  1988 
State Of Art  Downtown   Options At Work  Killed By Disco Records    
Merrilyn Fox  For Ladies Only   Options   Shiva  1983 
Devin Dare  Bionic   Options Get to It  Stilove4music   2014 
Doctor's Cat  Feel The Drive   Options Feel The Drive  Il Discotto Productions   1983 
Pittsburgh Track Authority  Now's Tomorrow   Options Now's Tomorrow EP  The Harmony Society  2013 

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:02pm Doug Schulkind:

His name is Joey.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:05pm Doug Schulkind:

Avatar 7:05pm Jesse K:

Howdy Doug!
  7:06pm Dean:

Trying to figure what's shared with Doug's show. Pajamas? Sleeping in the nude?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:08pm Doug Schulkind:

Extra credit if you spin Segun Bucknor's "Gbmojo."
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:09pm Jeff Golick:

Insane in the intermembrane space!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:10pm Doug Schulkind:

Oh hell, you get extra credit automatically!
Avatar 7:12pm Jesse K:

ok, that's the short coattails set. just barely walkin the line
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:41pm Jeff Golick:

I'd like to check out her Golgi body, if you know what I'm saying.
(Please. Because I have no idea what I'm saying.)
Avatar 7:43pm northguineahills:

I was busy during Peter's set, but I look forward to someone who can play that variations of electronica. On WFMU, maybe only Jesse and Lamin touch that genre.

RIP Kyoko & Moebius.
  7:53pm Dean:

We vacationed on the Islets of Langerhans, where I reticulated her endoplasm.
Avatar 7:53pm Jesse K:

It was a good show, worth going back for if you have a chance. Looking forward to a solid block of Tuesday programs!
Avatar 7:54pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

pre-clickie'd, caramba...
Avatar 7:54pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

……………and yo, fokes.
Avatar 7:56pm Jesse K:

Hi Rev Turnip and everyone I missed! I'm a little underinflated over here if I forgot to say anything for a bit.
Avatar 7:56pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Inflation is over-rated.
Avatar 7:57pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

was that an accidental economy joke? Good grief. I shut up now. Please carry on.
Avatar 7:58pm coelacanth:

Greetings Jesse & All
  7:58pm Dean:

Take my balloon payment, please.
Avatar 7:59pm Jesse K:

Hi coelacanth!
Avatar 8:12pm Peter Nelson:

Lightening Bolt...awesome.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:12pm Ike:

Avatar 8:12pm Jesse K:

Hi Peter, great show today!
Avatar 8:13pm Peter Nelson:

Ta. Musically, I think we have things in common.
Avatar 8:14pm Jesse K:

Hi Ike! That Lightning Bolt record has been sitting here for months waiting to get played, what's wrong with me I don't know
Avatar 8:14pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

behold the dalIKE...
Avatar 8:15pm Jesse K:

Agreed! would be lovely to do a show together if we're ever on the same continent
Avatar 8:15pm Peter Nelson:

I have LB's first album. Not played it for years. Maybe time again.
Avatar 8:17pm Peter Nelson:

Where are you in the US? I'm in upstate NY next month.
Avatar 8:18pm Jesse K:

I'm in Boston but the show can travel, let's talk!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:19pm Ike:

RTD, your avatar reminds me of a Doctor Who monster from 2005, the empty child... great low-budget effect, just put a WWII gas mask on a kid and have him say creepy shit. They even had a bit of a real budget by then, but I like that they kept up the creativity to stretch it.
Avatar 8:19pm Peter Nelson:

OK. Email later. This could be beautiful!
Avatar 8:20pm Jesse K:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:21pm Ike:

Where in upstate NY? I miss going hiking up there. I haven't gotten out of the city in a while, except for Jersey City and that's almost a 6th borough of NYC.
Avatar 8:21pm Peter Nelson:

@Ike. What's with the Doctor Who thing? Actually, I remember the one you're talking about. Creepy shit indeed.
Avatar 8:21pm Peter Nelson:

Visiting a friend in Cairo.
Avatar 8:22pm Peter Nelson:

Just south of Woodstock.
Avatar 8:25pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Ike: hell, they didn't need no dang budget… I still see the chinese ventriloquist-dummy (the talons of weng-chiang, tom baker era) everywhere. Perhaps I'm hallucinating AT THIS MOMENT...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:29pm Ike:

I never really loved that one as much as other Whovians did, RTD, although it's unforgettable for Leela in a wet white shirt after getting attacked by a giant rat in a sewer. Too bad they wrote her out so quickly. Early Tom Baker was fantastic though.
Avatar 8:29pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

ike: for what it's worth, the gas mask dude was a stock image but the embryos/background/lens flare were additives. result: www.flickr.com...
Avatar 8:33pm northguineahills:

@Peter: My friends at the Wave Farm live in Cairo.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:34pm Ike:

Hey @Peter, IDK, I've been a fan of that silliness on & off since 1989ish. Bizarre to see its resurrection roar into popularity (despite remaining kind of weird) after being only a thing for weirdos and pariahs (at least here) in the 80s/90s. Nerds are mainstream now. Unthinkable.
Avatar 8:34pm Peter Nelson:

@northguineahills What's the Wave Farm?
Avatar 8:36pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Digging the crash-course. Huge yay.
Avatar 8:36pm Peter Nelson:

@Ike Have you seen the latest episodes with Capaldi as the Doctor? Best since Tom Baker, I'd say. ....Pretty weird having a Who discussion here. It's such an iconically British thing.
Avatar 8:39pm northguineahills:

It's a place w/ recording studios to either record music, sound/art installations, and they broadcast terrestrial radio (small wattage). They used to have experimental music festivals (for maybe 40 people), but even that amount of traffic annoyed the neighbors.

Oh, I agree, Capaldi is definitely the best nu Doctor.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:42pm Ike:

Oh yeah, I really enjoyed most of Capaldi's episodes so far. The writing really improved -- I wonder if Capaldi himself was involved in that a bit -- not sure why else the showrunner suddenly perked up. I liked Smith too, but the writing was really a mess towards the end of his reign, and everything seemed rushed. Glad to hear the new season will have more 2-parters.
Avatar 8:43pm northguineahills:

When many of us were kids, Dr. Who would run in syndication on PBS.
Avatar 8:43pm Peter Nelson:

Did you read that Jesse?...There's a recording studio/radio station rigth where I'll be.....hmmm. Re. Capaldi, here we also know him as Malcolm Tucker from The Thick Of It/In The Loop. Adds a nuance to the Who role. Fucking king of swearing.
Avatar 8:44pm Peter Nelson:

Avatar 8:44pm Jesse K:

Dr. Who was maybe the second tv show I ever watched. I was such a huge fan I made my parents drive 4 hours so I could meet Jon Pertwee when he came to Little Rock
Avatar 8:48pm Peter Nelson:

Dude...awesome tunes back to back.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:48pm Ike:

Yeah, w/basically no budget (because that would be SOCIALIST & PINKO if we had a real state TV net), PBS was pretty anemic most of the time -- Sesame Street, nature shows, painting instruction shows, British costume dramas, British detective shows... and this mind-blowing weird sci-fi thing with crazy paper-mache monsters. So almost every American kid in the 80s without cable TV stumbled across it at some point (depending on the area), though most didn't like it.
Avatar 8:49pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Avatar 8:50pm Peter Nelson:

We had Seame Street too. Now that was weird!
Avatar 8:53pm Peter Nelson:

So you don't know Capaldi as Malcolm Tucker? Oh man....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:55pm Ike:

I've only seen one episode of Thick of It. It's not very well-known here. Definitely want to see more. As for Sesame Street weirdness: www.youtube.com...
Avatar 9:01pm Peter Nelson:

That's nuts! Goes well with Jesse's tunes though. Ahhh TV of our youth. Drenched in lsd.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:07pm Jeff Golick:

In the Loop - a favorite movie.
  9:19pm doca:

Hey, Jesse! Great show today, it's good to catch the whole show live
Avatar 9:22pm Jesse K:

oh hey doca, I didn't see you there. Glad to have you this whole time!
  9:25pm doca:

Yeah I was silent here, have a lot to read actually, so I'll stay silent!
Avatar 9:26pm Peter Nelson:

So wired, so tired. After 2am here. Goodnight Jesse et al.
Avatar 9:27pm Jesse K:

ok Peter, glad you could stay up with us! Great show today, looking forward to many more to come!
  9:29pm doca:

I didn't know the stream had a new show. Great!
Avatar 9:31pm Jesse K:

Yeah, it's a solid Tuesday block from noon to 10pm now!
Avatar 9:59pm northguineahills:

Thanks Jesse, dope tunes!
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