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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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Options January 21, 2016

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James Last  Mr. Giant Man   Options Voodoo Party    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Ramleh  Renaissance Warfare   Options Circular Time    0:06:41 (Pop-up)
SQÜRL  Diamond Star   Options Only Lovers Left Alive (soundtrack)    0:18:31 (Pop-up)
Raoul Bjorkenheim Ecstasy  A Fly in the House of Love   Options Out of the Blue    0:19:04 (Pop-up)
Gate  Needed All Words   Options The Dew Line    0:24:35 (Pop-up)
SQÜRL  Streets of detroit   Options Only Lovers Left Alive (soundtrack)    0:34:30 (Pop-up)
Jozef Van Wissem et SQÜRL  This is Your Wilderness   Options Only Lovers Left Alive (soundtrack)    0:46:29 (Pop-up)
Tony Tape  Space Station   Options Mark of the Devil I & II    0:52:21 (Pop-up)
Masahiko Sato  Andy Warhol   Options Belladonna of Sadness OST    0:54:11 (Pop-up)
Bo Hansson  Lothlorien   Options Lord of the Rings    0:58:14 (Pop-up)
Ami Shavit  Alpha 1   Options In Alpha Mood    1:01:12 (Pop-up)
Bo Hansson  The Old Forest   Options Lord of the Rings    1:07:07 (Pop-up)
Falter Bramnk  Continuo Unda Maris   Options Vagal    1:27:32 (Pop-up)
Ennio Morricone  Una Tromba e la sua Notte (#2)   Options Cosa Avete Fatto a Solange?    1:32:50 (Pop-up)
Ennio Morricone  Altre Cadenze (#2)   Options Cosa Avete Fatto a Solange?    1:32:20 (Pop-up)
Ennio Morricone  Raccapriccio (#2)   Options Cosa Avete Fatto a Solange?    1:33:25 (Pop-up)
Eric Griswold  Over   Options Pain Avoidance Machine    1:34:52 (Pop-up)
Yang Fan  The fly flies   Options What Happened After 1001 Nights?    1:39:24 (Pop-up)
Hoor-Paar-Kraat  Untitled 1   Options Hidden From the Profane: The Cement of the Teacher's Eye    1:42:58 (Pop-up)
Pekko Kappi  Vuonna '86   Options Vuonna '86    1:44:46 (Pop-up)
Tarotplane  Retourner au Soleil   Options First    1:51:15 (Pop-up)
Else Marie Pade  Afsnit III   Options Pioneers: The Beginning of Danish Electronic Music  1961  2:04:47 (Pop-up)
Else Marie Pade  Faust & Margrethes Kaerlighed   Options Electronic Works: 1958-1995  1962  2:06:47 (Pop-up)
Else Marie Pade/Jacob Kirkegaard  Cumulonimbus   Options Svaevninger  2014  2:09:08 (Pop-up)
Else Marie Pade  Faust Suite (Epilog)   Options Electronic Works: 1958-1995  1962  2:19:32 (Pop-up)
Else Marie Pade  Kong Vinter   Options Electronic Works: 1958-1995  1995  2:24:58 (Pop-up)
Else Marie Pade  Glasperlespil I   Options Electronic Works: 1958-1995  1960  2:31:34 (Pop-up)
David Bowie  Big Brother   Options Diamond Dogs    2:51:07 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  3:07pm ?:

Avatar 3:07pm Cheri Pi:

What's up?
Avatar 3:09pm Cecile:

  3:10pm P-90:

Bongiorno Fabio!
Avatar 3:12pm Chris from DC:

  3:28pm Ike:

Very fine sounds.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:29pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Ladeeez and gentlemen, start your failures!
  3:31pm Clay:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:32pm Whosondephone:


"My Milkshake."
  3:33pm bloopy:

howdy !
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:41pm Rich in Washington:

I'd put OLLA up there with Ghost Dog as being Jarmusch's more accessible films. Really great. I'd like to see it again.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:42pm coelacanth:

hello Fabio and comrades in 0-0 failure
Avatar 3:43pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

holy crap i'm finally back in the 'phones for the first time since Chris M. .. heavy..
Avatar 3:44pm emmagineering:

i knew that Gate track sounded like dead C
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:47pm Kat in Chicago:

Very happy I tuned in in time to hear you pay respects to Else Marie Pade, whose passing I didn't know of until someone mentioned it on the Sportsy Talk comments board, of all places.
Avatar 4:01pm Grok-o-matic:

Is this Pink Floyd?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:03pm redkayak:

Afternoon, all :)
  4:05pm The Disco King:

@grok-o-matic -- I don't know who it is, but I'm guessing its one of the krautrock / early electronic acts that Floyd borrowed from when they did WYWH (late to the party as they were).
  4:11pm kreplach:

I like the "leaving the Shire" track..love the lonely feeling it portrays.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:11pm Guido from Cologne:

Guten TZAG everyone
Avatar 4:11pm TDK60:

Hi Fabio, Thanks for the Bowie material last week.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:14pm Guido from Cologne:

beautiful album
  4:14pm P-90:

Did he say "Lord of the Rings 8-track?!?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:15pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Wigkey: en.wikipedia.org... :

' In 1966, Hansson saw American jazz organist Jack McDuff perform at Stockholm's Gyllene Cirkeln Club, and was so captivated by the performance that he decided to leave The Merrymen to expand his musical horizons. Encouraged by fellow Merryman Bill Öhrström, he eventually acquired his own Hammond organ. Öhrström became an A&R man and producer at Polydor Sweden, and introduced Hansson to other musicians, one of whom was drummer Janne Carlsson. Hansson and Carlsson immediately hit it off and were signed by Polydor under the band name Hansson & Karlsson, playing up-tempo Hammond organ based music and releasing three albums between 1967 and 1969. They became immensely popular in their home country and some parts of Europe, and even reached the ear of Jimi Hendrix, who took time out from his tour to jam with the duo, along with George Clemons on drums and Georg Wadenius on guitar, at the Klub Filips in Stockholm in late 1967. Hendrix went on to record a Hansson song, "Tax Free". '
  4:18pm MmmBop:

That's the oldest Hansen kid, right?
Avatar 4:18pm βrian:

Is library music a genre, akin to music for airports?
Avatar 4:20pm Chris from DC:

You probably do want to skip Miami Vice.
Avatar 4:23pm TDK60:

As a child, I loved those huge old theaters.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:31pm Ken From Hyde Park:

The dinky little theater where I went as a child: www.scenictheater.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:34pm Guido from Cologne:

The truth about libraray music is, that there are tons of horribly smooth 70ies/80ies throwaway-stuff, even by otherwise respected composers. Not so easy to sort out by the cover.
Avatar 4:34pm Cecile:

it is, Brian. It's the stuff that came pre-canned on records for you to use royalty-free on student audio and even commercial projects when you needed music but weren't able to commission any.
Avatar 4:35pm Cecile:

I liked Manhunter, directed by Mann. Is that going to be part of the festival?
  4:37pm dann baker:

Extremely cool piece, young man!
Avatar 4:37pm βrian:

Well, as a librarian, I'm disappointed.
  4:40pm Brian in New Orleans:

checking in from the Big Eazy......
  4:50pm Ross:

Fabio! You are on fire this evening! Loving all of these tracks. Thanks man.
  4:54pm Dean:

As a librarian, βrian, I take it where I can get it.
Avatar 4:58pm βrian:

Ach, I should've known, what with your medieval french flute music and all.
  4:59pm keelhaul:

Cool stuff today, Fabio. How about something new from Russia?
Avatar 5:01pm βrian:

Polonium isn't new, but would that work?
Avatar 5:02pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Pade's life story sounds fascinating. The war years, etc... The news on her passing sent me into quite a rabbit-hole of audio discovery. Lovely stuff.
Avatar 5:09pm Alejandroool:

Really glad to catch this Else set - wasn't aware of her work
  5:09pm mick:

else !
Avatar 5:14pm TDK60:

Never knew about Pade and D.E.M.
Avatar 5:16pm cory:

this is what i needed, thanks
  5:16pm squib:

Where's the Glenn Frey, man?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:16pm Guido from Cologne:

certain people have to pass in order to be heard.
  5:17pm squib:

pass what?
Avatar 5:19pm slugluv1313:

amazing! sadly, i was not aware of Pade either -- must find out more!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:20pm Guido from Cologne:

... and to have their music purchased ... hm ..
... better late than never ...
Avatar 5:22pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

yay this.
Avatar 5:37pm Cecile:

what's interesting is that the whole Frey vs Bowie thing has played out this way in my life:

Me: "I wasn't a big fan, but I knew a lot of people liked him. It's sad."
Bowie fan: "Thank you."

Me: "I wasn't a fbig an, but I knew a lot of people liked him. It's sad."

Avatar 5:38pm Cecile:

big fan
  5:39pm Dean:

My reply to Eagles fan: BECAUSE I'M A SNOB, THAT'S WHY!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:40pm Kat in Chicago:

I found out about Pade earlier last year when I was preparing a radio show on women in early electronic music. A happy discovery.
@Cecile: indeed!
Avatar 5:41pm Cecile:

I should, dean!
Avatar 5:43pm cory:

thankfully i don't know any eagles fans
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:43pm Kat in Chicago:

I couldn't pronounce Svaevninger on the radio either :)
Avatar 5:44pm ! I X Key !:

Pierre Boulez RIP
Avatar 5:44pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

For the first time in10+ years, living above ground-level. So DC can get snow-hammered... let it come down.
Avatar 5:44pm ! I X Key !:

Avatar 5:45pm ! I X Key !:

Avatar 5:45pm Cecile:

yeah, exactly, Clay, but I like the Mac a whole lot better
Avatar 5:47pm Cecile:

rheumatoid arthritis is a bitch. I wouldn't wish it on anyone. It, along with the meds, destroys your immune system.

Please take your antibiotics as directed. I'm not willing to return to pre-Alexander Fleming death levels.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:48pm asb:

Junior Mint?
Avatar 5:48pm Cecile:

grenadine and 7-up
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:48pm dale:

watched velvet goldmine on netflix after bowie died. they should have named it velvet turd.
  5:49pm Dean:

Push comes to shove, I really think it's Henley who irritates me, sort of like obnoxious-era Phil Collins Genesis, although that's not an airtight analogy. But even though I like the sound of Poco, early-mid Linda Ronstadt, Souther/Hilman/Furay and their ilk, I can't take to songs that wear their peaceful, easy feelings on their sleeves.
Avatar 5:49pm Cecile:

I'd like to hear Queen Bitch
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:51pm JohnEBGood:

Sweet Thing
Avatar 5:52pm Cecile:

well, gotta go home and try and avoid Snowmageddon. Bye, Clay
  5:52pm Dean:

Lord, is this Bowie channeling Roxy Music channeling Bowie or what?
  5:52pm V Priceless:

Thanks Fabio. Greatest DB track !!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:53pm Rich in Washington:

Jesus, I'm still not over Bowie.
  5:54pm V Priceless:

Me neither, Rich
  5:55pm V Priceless:

  5:55pm SeanG:

shake it up shake it up
Avatar 5:55pm Chud:

Keep the chant going, Fab!
  5:56pm V Priceless:

Talking over this is sacriledge
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:56pm Guido from Cologne:

dave dee dozy mick & tich
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:56pm Rich in Washington:

Diane played this part on a loop for like 20 minutes last week
Avatar 5:56pm tonyb:

lord buckley?
  5:57pm Dean:

There's a remedy for hot downloads.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:57pm asb:

Eagles talk: somehow thinking of the main Eagles as totally unsympathetic comic strip bad guys adds an interesting and fun dimension to enjoying "One of These Nights" or whatever the other Eagles song I like is. "I Can't Tell You Why."
  5:57pm Kees:

Count Viglione?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:58pm Mike East:

ha! davenport! Clay, I love you
  5:58pm V Priceless:

Yeah Rich that was great!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:59pm Santos L. Halper:

Sir Lord Baltimore?
  5:59pm mosquito:

Lord Baltimore
Avatar 5:59pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

lone perch?
git that fish a friend.
Avatar 5:59pm Alejandroool:

spock forever
  6:00pm mosquito:

Harry Mudd
  6:00pm Dean:

I like "I Can't Tell You Why," but that's because it is for all practical purposes a Poco song.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:00pm Santos L. Halper:

I, Mudd
  6:05pm mosquito:

  6:08pm mosquito:

Sad that we lost anyone from Mott.
  6:09pm mosquito:

My first concert was Mott the Hoople and Queen at the Uris theatre in 1974
  6:11pm mosquito:

Boz Burell was also in King Crimson
  6:13pm mosquito:

Don't forget their great song
"The wheel of quivering meat conception"
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