Favoriting Strength Through Failure with Fabio: Playlist from October 1, 2015 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 October 1, 2015

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
James Last  Mr. Giant Man   Favoriting Voodoo Party  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Natural Snow Buildings  Twilight bells Terror's Horns   Favoriting Terror's Horns  0:12:23 (Pop-up)
Ataraxia (aka Mort Garson)  Séance (excerpt)   Favoriting The Unexplained: Electronic Musical Impressions of the Occult  0:25:00 (Pop-up)
Dan Froberg  Details were Correct...   Favoriting Stellar Burnout  0:26:36 (Pop-up)
Jean-Claude Eloy  Vastitude (excerpt)   Favoriting Shânti  0:28:02 (Pop-up)
 
Organum  Aurora   Favoriting Sphyx  0:48:36 (Pop-up)
Ashtray Navigations  Fog Bottle Morning   Favoriting A Shimmering Replica  0:56:27 (Pop-up)
 
Herbcraft  We're Gonna Make it   Favoriting Wot Oz  1:13:31 (Pop-up)
Gesellschaft Zur Emanzipation Des Samples  samplecredits (manipulated)   Favoriting Circulations  1:16:04 (Pop-up)
Verdun  Sky Column Presence (excerpt)   Favoriting Two Archipelagos  1:18:08 (Pop-up)
Verdun  Saudades do Verdun (excerpt)   Favoriting Two Archipelagos  1:18:36 (Pop-up)
Tore Elgarøy  Microspace   Favoriting The sound of the Sun  1:29:59 (Pop-up)
 
Richard Youngs  Advent, part II   Favoriting Advent  1:49:04 (Pop-up)
The Skull Defekts  Untitled   Favoriting Static in the Air  2:02:19 (Pop-up)
Huntsville  Serious Like a Pope   Favoriting For the Middle Class  2:06:16 (Pop-up)
Simon Scott  Holme Posts   Favoriting Insomni  2:10:48 (Pop-up)
Simon Scott  Relapse   Favoriting Insomni  2:11:05 (Pop-up)
 
Ashtray Navigations  Lord Mötör   Favoriting A Shimmering Replica  0:56:27 (Pop-up)
Sebastien Roux  Variation 2   Favoriting Inevitable Music Vol 1: Variations of Sol Lewitt's Wall Drawing  2:29:54 (Pop-up)
Gift Fig: Alfred 23 Harth / Carl Stone  Overberg   Favoriting Stellenbosch  2:33:48 (Pop-up)
John Chantler  The Long Shadow of Decline - Part II   Favoriting Still Light, Outside  2:42:51 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

Avatar 3:05pm
Claw!:

Hi-ho!
Avatar 3:07pm
Ultraseven:

what an angelic song
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:08pm
common:

fabio! all!
Avatar 3:09pm
Cheri Pi:

Allo!
  3:10pm
bloopy:

Good day Fabio
Avatar 3:11pm
chocolate monk:

hey,, i just wanted to wish Fabio AND Clay a very happy International Day Of Older Persons! Keep them joints warm and them nether regions moist.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:17pm
coelacanth:

hello Fabio & comrades in failure
Avatar 3:22pm
Rev. Turnip Druid:

Here's to regional moisture!
Avatar 3:22pm
Whooda:

Did so eone say "Failure?"I' here except for the " " of y keyboard
Avatar 3:25pm
Rev. Turnip Druid:

somewhat reminded of those mad scaling frequencies in Eloy's "gaku no michi" here.
  3:25pm
Hot Mess:

My own credo: The glory of failure, the shame of success.
  3:26pm
r i s k y:

ZOOOOING
Avatar 3:26pm
Chris from DC:

Yes, I thought maybe it was Eloy for a moment.
Avatar 3:27pm
Cecile:

hola!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:28pm
common:

creepy!
Avatar 3:29pm
Rev. Turnip Druid:

whoa. accurate.
  3:31pm
nic:

this is great !!!
Avatar 3:33pm
Chris from DC:

Well spotted.
Avatar 3:33pm
MacGuffin:

@Hot Mess: The Failure of Glory, the Success of Shame, the Failure of Strength...
Avatar 3:34pm
MacGuffin:

This sounds like some scene-change music from a Dario Argento film...I mean that in a good way
  3:35pm
Hot Mess:

MacGuffin -- yup, like 'em all!
Avatar 3:35pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...hokay - got my password thang worked out since the stopping of my beloved old Mac...good to be back...
Avatar 3:37pm
Rev. Turnip Druid:

Rabbit.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:38pm
Ike:

Greetings!
Avatar 3:41pm
Rev. Turnip Druid:

no-fly Ike!
Avatar 3:50pm
spidermank:

good to see you back from math chores Rev Rab
Hey Ike , thanks for the soundcloud link last night , got me all nostalgic for when I lived in Moss side , there was local pirate stations that blew MSM to smithereenage.
Avatar 3:51pm
Claw!:

VEGAN RAP:
www.youtube.com...
Avatar 3:53pm
Cecile:

hola!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:54pm
Ike:

Sure @Spidermank, and if you didn't notice, there are parts 2-4 as well. Part 1 only covered 88.1-91.9 on the FM dial. However a lot of them interfere with WFMU and other good non-commercial stations around here, so I'm not too keen on many of them myself, but it's interesting to listen to the airchecks.
  3:59pm
Fredericks:

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Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:02pm
chris:

No problems here, Fredricks... have you tried throwing your computer out the window? Kidding! How about a reboot? Other sites come up fine? Tell us more.
Avatar 4:02pm
spidermank:

Cheers Ike I will check out the rest.
Frequency hijacking of WFMU must be total shite biscuits.
I am propper diggin the sounds Fabio , cheers, its melting me out of work mode.
  4:05pm
Fredericks:

Tossed it out the window. Worked like a charm, Chris. I am typing in the backyard.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:09pm
common:

love phase IV
Avatar 4:10pm
Cecile:

Hail Saul Bass!
  4:10pm
Clay:

You know I LOVE Phase IV and Saul Bass. That movie is great. ... Let's try ... yellow.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:10pm
Rich in Washington:

I just recently rewatched Phase IV and it does have some unique, iconic imagery in it. It's kind of a shame he didn't do more films.
  4:12pm
Clay:

How weird. I asked to screen Phase IV some months back for movie night.... shunned.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:15pm
common:

wish i could stay, but must go to stupid work. good eve all!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:17pm
Rich in Washington:

I had to check to see if I'm still streaming WFMU. It sounded like my computer was complaining about my music library.
  4:17pm
Opus Fluke (listening in Scotland):

Phase IV... not seen it in years but what a film. What. A. Film.
  4:18pm
Clay:

At any rate, can't wait to see it! Also wishing for Vanishing Point, Ghost and Mr. Chicken, and Rambo:First Blood!
  4:24pm
gd:

I LOVE this organ! Organ on the rampage!
Avatar 4:24pm
Rev. Turnip Druid:

Vanishing Chicken Blood?
Are you MAD??!!?!
  4:28pm
Hot Mess:

WFMU channel on Roku! Someone digitally pinch me.
Avatar 4:32pm
Rev. Turnip Druid:

THE HELL YOU SAY, hot mess??!!!??!
It appears to be true: www.rokuguide.com...
Good lord. These are indeed magical times.
Avatar 4:34pm
spidermank:

these guitars , damn sexy
  4:39pm
Fredericks:

Thought it might have been a different Clay , but once I saw Ghost and Mr. Chicken, I knew it was the Pidge.
  4:43pm
marc15:

Desperately Seeking Susan, 1985
Avatar 4:44pm
chocolate monk:

85 MAN!
Avatar 4:45pm
chocolate monk:

she was already a big star before that film came out. over here in the UK anyway.
Avatar 4:54pm
Fabio:

At the time the film was being made her first album was just out and she was getting attention yes, but she wasn't as huge as she would get just a year or two later. This was very early in her career, and yes, I was off about the date. Kill me! Listen Monk, you better watch yourself man, Brighton isn't so far away man!
  4:57pm
gd:

more instruments gone mad!
Avatar 4:58pm
chocolate monk:

Fab, i just mean it was POST "like a Virgin", ya fanny. she was HUGE over here! I would be 10 or 11... thats all the reatrds in school wanted to listen too. i like that movie.
Avatar 4:59pm
MacGuffin:

It's the only good film She has ever been in.
Avatar 5:00pm
Fabio:

Yes yes, she had a huge hit. relax, don't get your knickers in a twist as you all like to say!
Avatar 5:01pm
chocolate monk:

what about that candle wax shit with the little man from Anti-Christ?
Avatar 5:01pm
Fabio:

...and yes, I agree, it's a pretty good movie...
Avatar 5:03pm
chocolate monk:

couple of HITS, baby! and the UK version had Into the Groove included, so it was a wowzer!
Avatar 5:04pm
chocolate monk:

mike watt singing "Burning Up" (demo version) on Ciccone Youth LP is the best madonna song ever.
  5:05pm
Linda Lee:

i'd always rather see Smithereens than DSS. they look the same, don't they. i have no use at all for Madonna either then or now. maybe because we're the same age.
Avatar 5:06pm
Fabio:

The "Sex" album man -- that was a concept album masterpiece! she went downhill after that!
  5:07pm
Linda Lee:

found Sex at the town recycling center this summer. maybe i should play it?
  5:08pm
Linda Lee:

beautiful piece here, Fabio. thanks.
Avatar 5:11pm
chocolate monk:

i thought "Sex" was a sleazy book??? anyhow, fuck Maddy.
  5:11pm
foofs:

Today's show is like being marooned in hyperspace. All these uncertain universes...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:11pm
Guido from Cologne:

Hello People!
Avatar 5:12pm
Fabio:

I agree: Ciccone Youth - Whitey album was the best thing SY ever did.
  5:12pm
Linda Lee:

believe it was a sleazy book too, monk. hola Guido!
  5:22pm
gd:

Back in the late 90s me and a few friends thought how the 80s had a lot of crummy music and fashion, and I think that is true. Pseu talks a lot about "nostalgia"
  5:23pm
gd:

I meant to write "late 80s"!
Avatar 5:23pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...quite the track w/ which to discover the Winamp visualizations have a desktop mode...
  5:30pm
nic:

love this_great show !!!
  5:32pm
Linda Lee:

when i think of the late 80s musically, i'm actually thinking 'spoken word' .. fashion, can't recall anything but resurgent black leather .. first waves of punk 'nostalgia' ..
  5:35pm
Linda Lee:

.. at least we were done with early 80s day glo .. & lost the big hair as well.
Avatar 5:37pm
Fabio:

Don't forget we are doing a "Silent" fund raising marathon all this month. Support freeform radio -- we need your help!
  5:39pm
Linda Lee:

& so you shall have it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:42pm
dale:

i've been listening through headphones while I cleaned my gutters and cut back some tree branches in prep for armegeddon. perfect soundtrack to a feeling of impending disaster.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:43pm
dale:

....oh, and i see you played dan fogelberg at the top of the show!
  5:44pm
JakeGould:

Been listening while napping. Now at that point where I am dinner deciding.
Avatar 5:45pm
Fabio:

@ Dale: How appropriate -- goes along with the title of this current piece.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:49pm
dale:

yes, dan fogelberg contributed to the decline of fm aor. rest in peace.
  5:50pm
nic:

bye
  5:51pm
Linda Lee:

@dale, i'd find it really difficult to cut brush with head phones on .. i like to be hyper alert to ambient sound .. in case something's breaking overhead
  5:52pm
Marcel M:

Yoyo
Avatar 5:52pm
cobradan:

Painted over a sol le witt wall drawing
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:52pm
dale:

sebastian cabot was in the film 'the time machine' - he said 'i'll be damned' at one point and i as horrified that mr. french swore.
Avatar 5:53pm
V Priceless:

Cheetah's gonna be @ Chiller Theatre Expo at the end of month in NJ. He's based in Nashville now.
  5:54pm
Marcel M:

Hes also playing Monty Hall with Rocket from the tombs...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:54pm
dale:

smokin' in the boys room!
  5:55pm
Marcel M:

I saw RFTT a few years ago... Was kinda sad honestly
Avatar 5:56pm
V Priceless:

@ Marcel - don't think he's in the current line-up of RFTT's, unfortunately.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:57pm
Uncle Michael:

Phil Keaggy is a Contemporary Christian artist now. He's a monster player.
  5:58pm
Marcel M:

Oh no? I think he was when they played Bellhouse?
Avatar 5:58pm
ironybread:

"Give me your seal of approval / Let's club it to death" - TISM
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:59pm
dale:

one of the painters was a guy - green acres was written by folks whacked out on acid, i swear to god.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:00pm
dale:

sid meltzer was the guy painter
Avatar 6:00pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...goodbye city life !
- Thx Fabio.
  6:00pm
JakeGould:

Arnold Ziffel tries to open a bank account, check into a hotel and woo a dog. www.youtube.com...
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