Favoriting Brian Turner: Playlist from May 3, 2016 Favoriting

Order and disorder in a freeform haze of terribly-played guitars, shorted-out electronics, found audio detritus, strange sounds from strange lands all around. Psych-punk-junk, collage, even pop. Lots of in-studio live performances to boot.

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Favoriting May 3, 2016

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
Flea  National Anthem   Favoriting       0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Red Hot Chili Peppers + Michael Rother  Live 2007   Favoriting       0:01:51 (Pop-up)
Neutral  Oktober / Ar   Favoriting Neutral  Om Lott  *   0:11:26 (Pop-up)
MacArthur  Generations/First Contact   Favoriting MacArthur  Out-Sider  *   0:14:08 (Pop-up)
Novak  Yummy Yummy Yummy (That's Life)   Favoriting Dumb Records: 1977-1979  Orion Read / Athena  *   0:19:57 (Pop-up)
Rathaus  Life of Party   Favoriting Rathaus  A Wicked Company  *   0:23:43 (Pop-up)
James Chance  Dish It Out   Favoriting Various: No New York  Antilles    0:25:16 (Pop-up)
Irr. App. (ext.)  An Electromagnetic Field Has Taken An Unnatural Interest In My Sister's Piano   Favoriting Materiaux Deplaces  Errata In Excelsis  *   0:37:30 (Pop-up)
I Know I'm An Alien  I am Hobo Shaman   Favoriting Still Alien, Still Dreaming (I Am Hobo Shaman)  No Label  *   0:39:10 (Pop-up)
Fast Forward  Crazy Little Thing Called Love   Favoriting Various: Dynamite With a Laser Beam  Three.One.G    0:42:21 (Pop-up)
EZ Minzoku  Beybey (feat. Taigen Kawabe from Bo Ningen)   Favoriting Foodman  Noumenal Loom  *   0:44:09 (Pop-up)
Maher Shalal Hash Baz  Dulce Juana   Favoriting Hello New York  No Label  *   0:47:35 (Pop-up)
Ye Junkies Bastards Harmonized          0:52:36 (Pop-up)
Spinning Coin  Albany   Favoriting Albany  Domino  *   0:53:52 (Pop-up)
Yoko Ono  Death of Samantha   Favoriting Approximately Infinite Universe  Rykodisc    0:56:03 (Pop-up)
Peder Mannerfelt  Elephant Feast   Favoriting The Swedish Congo Record  Archives Interieures  *   1:06:04 (Pop-up)
JT Whitfield  Crawling Home   Favoriting JT Whitfield  Rural Isolation Project  *   1:07:16 (Pop-up)
Agnes Denes  Excerpt   Favoriting Strength Analysis: A Dictionary of Strength (1965-1971)  Agnes Denes    1:14:22 (Pop-up)
F. Bretschneider  Dirigent   Favoriting Various: kLangFarBe: German Democratic Republic Tape Music 1983-1987  Mannequin  *   1:15:46 (Pop-up)
Greg Kelly montage          1:20:38 (Pop-up)
Stein Im Brett  Discoball   Favoriting Various: kLangFarBe: German Democratic Republic Tape Music 1983-1987  Mannequin  *   1:21:16 (Pop-up)
JJ Burnel  Crabs   Favoriting Euroman Cometh  United Artists    1:22:32 (Pop-up)
Wire  A Question of Degree   Favoriting 7"  Harvest    1:24:28 (Pop-up)
Wire  Numbered   Favoriting Nocturnal Koreans  Pink Flag  *   1:27:28 (Pop-up)
Visitors  Electric Heat   Favoriting Poet's End  Telephone Explosion  *   1:30:09 (Pop-up)
Higher Authorities  Abracadabra   Favoriting Neptune  Domino  *   1:38:04 (Pop-up)
Primary Mini-Band  Unknown   Favoriting Kimamanahibi  Branco  *   1:41:43 (Pop-up)
Dan Melchior  Reverse Twine Time   Favoriting Plays 'The Greys'  Ever/Never  *   1:43:55 (Pop-up)
Red Mass  Possession   Favoriting EP Rouge No. 2  Slovenly / Mondo Mongo  *   1:47:43 (Pop-up)
Robert Palmer  New Day Rising   Favoriting       1:51:04 (Pop-up)
Soupcans  Psychosomatic Rash   Favoriting Soft Party  Telephone Explosion  *   1:52:33 (Pop-up)
Blight  Prophet of Doom   Favoriting Detroit  Touch and Go    1:54:37 (Pop-up)
Red Square  Circuitry #4   Favoriting Rare and Lost Recordings  Galactic Archive  *   1:56:01 (Pop-up)
Marsh  Handsome Devil   Favoriting Lonesummer/Marsh split  Starlight Temple Society    2:04:24 (Pop-up)
The Fall  Before the Moon Falls   Favoriting JB's, Dudley UK 9/1/79      2:06:31 (Pop-up)
Teddy Fire  Vegetable Idol   Favoriting Chastity Revolution & the Submachine Girl  Feeding Tube    2:11:05 (Pop-up)
Venetian Snares  She Married a Chess Computer In the End   Favoriting Traditional Synthesizer Music  Timesig  *   2:14:09 (Pop-up)
Dufrene-Baronnet  U 47   Favoriting Various: Images Fantastiques  Limelight   *   2:17:35 (Pop-up)
The Singing Dogs  Pat-A-Cake / Three Blind Mice / Jingle Bells   Favoriting The Singing Dogs  RCA    2:20:55 (Pop-up)
King Gong  Excerpt   Favoriting Chang Fo Ji  Discrepant  *   2:23:54 (Pop-up)
Karel Appel  Le Cavalier Blanc   Favoriting Musique Barbare van Karel Appel  Sub Rosa  *   2:24:55 (Pop-up)
Daevid Allen  Pearls   Favoriting Divided Alien Playbax 80  Charly    2:47:15 (Pop-up)
Praed  Pyramids In the Sky   Favoriting Fabrication of Silver Dreams  Annihaya  *   2:50:23 (Pop-up)
Su Sous Toulouse en Rouge  Paradoxes In Which Faraday's Law Predicts Zero   Favoriting Il N'y a Pas de Texte Externe  Su Sous Toulouse en Rouge  *   2:54:40 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:02pm
tomasz.:

this makes me feel very patriotic
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geezerette:

WOW!
Avatar 3:03pm
greenlight:

hi Brian. how did you get to do a liner notes for Sonic Youth's Spinhead Sessions? found it interesting.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:04pm
tomasz.:

well i didn't expect this to happen
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:06pm
Stepchild:

Howdy BT folk
Avatar 3:06pm
Brian Turner:

Afternoon everybody. Got some good post record fair jams welcome
Avatar 3:08pm
Lopez:

Excellent rainy day start BT
  3:09pm
wild neil:

peace all. on my phone dont know how to sign in!! android phone. any ideas anybody?
Avatar 3:09pm
Brian Turner:

Greenlight, I was just asked by 'em while they tapes were being dug up and put out. The cover was also shot in Centralia PA not too far from where I grew up and Made In USA flick they score took place so was cool to see that....
  Swag For Life Member 3:10pm
BarbR:

For me, these are great post-Levitation Austin jams! ;-)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:11pm
tomasz.:

as a heartburn sufferer, i feel a great kinship with Centralia
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:12pm
tomasz.:

@wild neil i don't think you can sign in using the app.
Avatar 3:12pm
TDK60:

I heard the Faust live at Monty Hall gig via this show. Wow, really fine psych rock with audience participation. Haven't had time to see the vid yet.
Avatar 3:14pm
Brian Turner:

Thanks TDK our engineers went above and beyond on that zoner
Avatar 3:17pm
greenlight:

Brian that is so amazing. I never knew the story behind that pic, now it all makes sense. Also Thurston and Lee @wfmurecordfair stream. great stuff. had to be a good wknd. good evening.
Avatar 3:18pm
Brian Turner:

yeh the whole town smoldered thru the 80s, and then they moved everyone out. Dunno how safe it was sitting there for that cover pic haha. They were passing thru there between Pottsville PA gig and NYC with fIREHOSE in 86
Avatar 3:18pm
Lopez:

that pic made me nervous. Lots of carcinogens were breathed that day!
Avatar 3:19pm
Brian Turner:

hope not
Avatar 3:19pm
Lopez:

You should interview the kid who fell into the sinkhole on his grandparents lawn. He's gotta be 50 now
  3:19pm
Polyus:

This MacArthur song shouldn't work at all, but somehow it does.
  3:22pm
wild neil:

mac arthur reminds me of Styx in a good way...wait...yummy yummy yummy? this show is seriously demented. Bravo!
Avatar 3:23pm
greenlight:

late 80, Pennsylvania, coal mining town, can not imagine. cool pic!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:25pm
Ken From Hyde Park:

In case anyone is collecting votes on Flea's anthem for BT's weekly opening number, count my vote as a solid "Yes."
Avatar 3:26pm
Lopez:

ROCKING SAX
Avatar 3:26pm
TDK60:

I vote "nah". I like Flea and all; it's the tune I abhor.
Avatar 3:27pm
Eye_Eye:

JAMES CHANCE!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:28pm
Michael 98145:

good to hear him again
Avatar 3:30pm
Eye_Eye:

how was James at the recent record fair? anyone get a chance to see him? :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:33pm
Michael 98145:

Thanks to fellow listeners for directing us to this: www.youtube.com...
Avatar 3:33pm
Lopez:

Missed the fair due to working. Bummer I missed James Chance
Avatar 3:36pm
geezerette:

Agree with Ken about anthem.
Avatar 3:39pm
Cheri Pi:

click*
  3:48pm
Cliff:

Bye-bye, creepy Japanese robot voice!
Avatar 3:55pm
geezerette:

Hello hippy harmonies.
Avatar 3:56pm
geezerette:

Is that pot or patchouli?
Avatar 3:58pm
geezerette:

Love this Yoko album.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:58pm
tomasz.:

it's pot
Avatar 3:59pm
geezerette:

::::::::)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:59pm
coelacanth:

greetings Brian and sundry hooligans
...it only took me 15-20 minutes to prevail (temporarily) over my computer's shenanigans.

...Fast Forward made that song tolerable, even good!
Avatar 4:00pm
statoj:

I love this Yoko song too.
Avatar 4:02pm
Eye_Eye:

@coelacanth agreed.
Avatar 4:03pm
geezerette:

Comforting to discover she can actually sing.
Avatar 4:05pm
geezerette:

@Cliff: Did you watch any Casavettes films?
  4:06pm
Cliff:

No geezerette, why do you ask?
Avatar 4:09pm
geezerette:

Thought you might've,wondering what you thought if so.
Vague memory of old thread.
Avatar 4:10pm
Nucosme:

Hello hello
  4:11pm
Cliff:

I know of him but haven't gotten around to watching anything by him yet (I'm not much of a film buff anyway :)
Avatar 4:13pm
geezerette:

Oh well then! No reason to watch! Film is a last century medium anyway.
  4:17pm
Cliff:

A lot more interesting than most of this century's media though....
Avatar 4:19pm
Eye_Eye:

who's the guy in the background? reminds me a lot like alan vega/suicide ♥ :) does anyone know?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:22pm
common:

b.t. all
Avatar 4:23pm
TDK60:

Film so quaint. Radio so old. Yet I still listen to WFMU via the air 60% of time; by computer 40%.
Avatar 4:24pm
geezerette:

Well,I like lots of mediums & processes and my hierarchies change. I like visual lanuages and film is a great one,fun to go back to earliest & watch the vocabulary being built.
Avatar 4:25pm
Cheri Pi:

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Avatar 4:26pm
TDK60:

This Wire outfit has potential.
Avatar 4:27pm
Lopez:

Great Wire track!
Avatar 4:28pm
Carmichael:

Just back from meetings and off to more. Dammit, and Wire is on! Don't play anything good for a while, n'kay Brian??
Avatar 4:29pm
geezerette:

yeah this is great!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:32pm
coelacanth:

Hey! that's not fair! Brian, don't listen to him!
Avatar 4:33pm
geezerette:

sounds sorta Talking Heads/Devo
Avatar 4:34pm
Cheri Pi:

crazy!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:34pm
coelacanth:

a little wipers too, no?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:35pm
chris:

what a set, BT. holyfreakingyes!
Avatar 4:38pm
TDK60:

Yes, very musical vibrations; gotta exit.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:40pm
coelacanth:

ciao TDK
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:48pm
common:

wow! this is crazy. thought there was someone moaning in my house for a second. creepy.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:52pm
common:

oh man! greeeeeaaat cover! great video of this too
Avatar 4:52pm
Cheri Pi:

hahahahahahahahahahahahaha, whaa???
  4:53pm
Cliff:

Robert Palmer! Duuuuude!

geezerette: Virtual reality is making a comeback nowadays, if you're interested in seeing a new visual vocabulary being built....lots of challenges to overcome still in that medium
Avatar 4:54pm
Cheri Pi:

My mom is a yuge Robert Palmer fan.
Avatar 4:55pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Electric guitar is mid-20th Century stuff. Tubes? Nothing else like it...Completely unnecessary now - in a way...
Avatar 4:57pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I mean - everything's unnecessary now...just have digital simulations - & machines to experience them...
  4:59pm
Cliff:

Computers haven't become sentient yet... (and maybe never will, though don't try to tell an AI researcher that!)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:03pm
coelacanth:

but digital simulation of tubes does not sound like tubes. it's an unreasonable facsimile.
(i guess folks who didn't grow up with a beautiful fisher amp might not know that though.)
  5:06pm
Cliff:

Hey Brian, I looked up Kimamanahibi on discogs, if you give me the track # I can try to translate the title for you
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:06pm
coelacanth:

this guy's singing is much easier to take than Morressy's.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:07pm
Michael 98145:

it would appear meat is murder
  5:07pm
Cliff:

That's Morrissey, you heathen! :P
Avatar 5:08pm
Brian Turner:

sure Cliff, we have Mayuko on staff that I will prolly get on the case :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:09pm
tomasz.:

NWC that talks back
  5:10pm
Cliff:

Ok, no problem then :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:10pm
coelacanth:

Yikes! no offense. he is or was a Great lyricist; and the smiths' instrumentalists were impeccable...i just wish they had a good vocalist!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:13pm
coelacanth:

(i've got no glasses on and my hands are behind my back, if anyone wants to hit me in the face.)
  5:14pm
Cliff:

Nah, just messin' with you coelacanth...just found it funny to see someone rank Cookie Monster vocals over him, heh
  5:15pm
Cliff:

While misspelling his name besides
Avatar 5:17pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...well - he has a distinctive voice (he sounds like him) - which is half the battle in Pop/Rawk - & he's basically intelligible (I can tell the words - which helps in this case w/ the good writing, but isn't even a prime virtue in singing necessarily)...he communicates inflections (irony, what have you) - even as his style tends to a kind of spoken monotone, itself a certain effect...'cetera...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:18pm
coelacanth:

hey, i was pretty happy with myself for remembering the double double in his name!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Oh - I thot you were talking about MES...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:20pm
coelacanth:

anyway, Cliff, i half-jest as well. i don't like Morrissey's singing, but i've heard much better cookie monsters too.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

(?)...but much the same evaluations...
  5:21pm
Jeremy:

Yeah U 47! Feeling voxish
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:22pm
Michael 98145:

for those doggie avatars!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:22pm
tomasz.:

hell yeah
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:23pm
coelacanth:

hahaha! i've never heard this one!
  5:23pm
Cliff:

Well you are a prehistoric fish, so I'll give you credit for managing to spell anything at all...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:23pm
coelacanth:

(that one)
  5:23pm
B Z:

FIVE PAWS UP!!
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Cheri Pi:

Edith Megadeth is LOSING her shit!!!
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Cheyenne:

I like Jingle Cats better but this is purty good
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:24pm
coelacanth:

well, shit, Cliff - and typing on a keyboard!
  5:24pm
rw:

I really need to teach my dog to sing.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...a surprisingly pleasant range, if not perfect intonation...a primal instinctualism is manifest in the vocalizations...fine Art...yessir...
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Lopez:

God Bless the Singing Dogs
  5:25pm
Cliff:

I assume you evolved some sort of rudimentary appendages for that
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:25pm
coelacanth:

Rabbit, those particular dogs were culled from the mormon tabernacle choir.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:31pm
Michael 98145:

"If I paint like a barbarian, it's because we live in a barbarous age" - Karel Appel
  5:35pm
?:

Brian, can you play some fIREHOSE from Ragin' Full On?
Avatar 5:35pm
singing serpent glen:

If I sing like a dog...?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:36pm
coelacanth:

Cliff, no. why do you think my replies usually come about 20 minutes after the conversation ended?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:38pm
coelacanth:

Michael, i can use that.
Avatar 5:39pm
geezerette:

Hey there,that was unintentionally funny!
Kurt Schwitters though,now THERE was a vocalist!

Aware of strides in AI and Virtual Reality but haven't tried new devices yet. I'm more concerned about losing huge chunks of actual reality! Not a fan of algorithmic delivery systems either.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:44pm
coelacanth:

those dogs probably didn't receive a scent.
  5:53pm
Cliff:

I've been experimenting with a couple VR systems for a while now, the technology is quite impressive but nobody seems to have a good idea what to do with it yet (myself included :)
  5:57pm
Cliff:

Is this supposed to sound like untuned radio static, or is there a problem with the stream? Just wondering....

(And thanks for the show today Brian!)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:58pm
Michael 98145:

Woof (Moo)
  5:58pm
Cliff:

Haha, never mind, I can hear Brian talking just fine.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:59pm
coelacanth:

Thanks Brian!
later on people
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:00pm
Michael 98145:

Dzień dobry
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