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Options March 4, 2017: Mooning Glory

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Artist Track Album Year Comments New Approx. start time
Enno Velthuys  Morning Glory   Options The Microcosm: Visionary Music of Continental Europe, 1970-1986      *   0:00:00 ()
Old Fire  Deadhouse Dream   Options Songs From The Haunted South      *   0:10:00 ()
Steve Reich / Pat Metheny  Electric Counterpoint: 1.fast   Options Phases: A Nonesuch Retrospective        0:13:59 ()
The Magnetic Fields  I Have The Moon   Options The Charm of the Highway Strip        0:20:18 ()
Old Fire  Know How   Options Songs From The Haunted South      *   0:22:49 ()
Love Spit Love  St. Mary's Gate   Options Love Spit Love        0:26:42 ()
Philip Glass  Contrary Motion   Options         0:31:58 ()
Dominique Lawalree  Minimum II   Options First Meeting      *   0:40:53 ()
Helm  Strawberry Chapstick   Options Olympic Mess        0:42:55 ()
Sacred Paws  Nothing   Options Strike A Match      *   0:46:55 ()
Ty Segall  Break A Guitar   Options Ty Segall      *   0:48:56 ()
Ryan Huber  Horaj   Options Rule from Shadows      *   0:52:53 ()
Austra  I Love You More Than You Love Yourself   Options Future Politics      *   0:55:50 ()
Fossil Aerosol Mining Project   Napthol Impermanence   Options Revisionist History      *   1:04:01 ()
Mark Dagley  Doomed Stupa Dance   Options Collected Works 1978-2016      *   1:15:05 ()
Cavendish Sanguine  Botallack   Options Malpractice: A Fflint Central Primer        1:17:41 ()
Andrew Pekler  Pale Fyr   Options Strings & Feedback        1:18:35 ()
Coh / Dean Stockwell  Netmork / Long Day's Journey (excerpt)   Options Emre (Dark Matter) / Long Day's Journey Into Night        1:22:10 ()
Brian Eno  Hazard   Options The Drop        1:33:10 ()
The Gideon Leeches  Burra Folly II   Options Malpractice: A Fflint Central Primer        1:35:07 ()
Batur Sonmez  Flash Mental Experiment No. 23   Options An Anthology Of Turkish Experimental Music 1961-2014      *   1:37:49 ()
Neu!  Weissensee   Options Neu 1        1:41:45 ()
Nick Jaina  Not A Machine   Options Brutal Lives    FMA  *   1:47:34 ()
Bonobo  Second Sun   Options Migration      *   1:49:32 ()
Kid Koala  The Observable Universe   Options Music to Draw To: Satellite      *   1:52:59 ()
Vangelis  Creation Du Monde   Options The Microcosm: Visionary Music of Continental Europe, 1970-1986      *   2:01:25 ()
Cybotron  Ride To Infinity   Options Sunday Night Live at the Total Theatre        2:10:49 ()
Klaz  Tolik   Options Numerology    FMA    2:16:46 ()
Giuseppe Ielasi  Beautiful Child   Options Your Song, My Foot!—An Earrational Selection of Cover Songs 2011 Fundraising Premium    Daniel Blumin's 2011 premium    2:20:12 ()
Stephen Mathieu  A Bicycle for Max Matthews   Options New Music For Old Instruments (V.A.)        2:26:33 ()
Warning Light  Lumen Tracker   Options Inland Empires Disregard The Sea  2016      2:33:27 ()
Fortyone  Three Never Does Anything   Options Numerology    FMA    2:37:13 ()
Hugh Le Caine  Dripsody: An Etude for Variable Speed Recorder   Options EAR Magazine Presents: Absolut CD #1        2:41:52 ()
Mort Garson  Plantasia   Options Mother Earth's Plantasia        2:43:10 ()
Jean Jacques Perrey   E.V.A.   Options Moog Indigo        2:46:11 ()
Marijn  Meltdown   Options The Thirteenth Letter: Daniel Blumin's 2013 WFMU Marathon Premium (V/A)        2:50:43 ()
Tiny Hazard  Ink   Options Greyland      *   2:52:39 ()
Richard Butler  Breathe   Options Richard Butler        2:56:25 ()

Listener comments!

  Sat. 3/4/17 3:15am Mike tp:

Old fire will lull me to some slumber.
Avatar    Sat. 3/4/17 3:18am CarolCrow:

@ Mike: Shall I play a little something to wake you up? :) :)
  Sat. 3/4/17 3:48am Mike tp:

Last night dreamt of. Snake's n a small bird. What will happen tonight.
Avatar    Sat. 3/4/17 3:52am CarolCrow:

Hmmm...Tonight a peacock and a pterodactyl?
  Swag For Life Member Sat. 3/4/17 4:04am Kevin-san:

Good morning Carol! Lovely music, thank you
Avatar    Sat. 3/4/17 4:05am CarolCrow:

Good morning, Kevin-san! Thank you :) Glad you could be here :) :)
  Sat. 3/4/17 5:03am Chris in London:

Great set Carol thanks for kicking off my weekend so space-illy!
Avatar    Sat. 3/4/17 5:07am CarolCrow:

@ Chris: You are very welcome :) So happy you are liking what you are hearing :) :) How's the weather in London today?
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 5:08am pierre:

beautiful morning in Paris with your show !
  Sat. 3/4/17 5:12am Chris in London:

Sunny and fresh :0> I live opposite the park and the music fits perfectly!
Avatar    Sat. 3/4/17 5:12am CarolCrow:

@ pierre: Glad to hear that! :) :)
Avatar    Sat. 3/4/17 5:14am CarolCrow:

@ Chris@5:12: That sounds absolutely divine :) :)
Avatar    Sat. 3/4/17 5:16am CarolCrow:

@ pierre: ...and Paris sounds wonderful, as well! :) :)
  Sat. 3/4/17 5:16am Mark R:

Paris is nice and all, but it ain't no Jersey City
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 3/4/17 5:18am fred:

Good morning Carol and listeners
  Sat. 3/4/17 5:18am Chris in London:

Not used it in a while but your show is inspiring me to get my old Korg synth out for a play :0)
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 3/4/17 5:19am fred:

@Mark R: No contest: Paris doesn't have WFMU. I don't know more, I've never been to JC (but I went to see Satan yesterday)
  Sat. 3/4/17 5:21am Mark R:

Ah, but obviously Pierre is listening, so...
Avatar    Sat. 3/4/17 5:23am CarolCrow:

Good morning fred...Mark...Thanks for joining us on this fine Saturday :) :)
  Sat. 3/4/17 5:23am Mark R:

Happy to be up early enough to catch a little of your show live!
Avatar    Sat. 3/4/17 5:24am CarolCrow:

@ Chris@5:18: Any excuse to break out the Korg is cause for celebration...I hope you do! No sense it sitting in the corner (haha) :) :) :)
  Sat. 3/4/17 5:27am moose:

yay woke from bad dream in time for end of show
  Sat. 3/4/17 5:28am moose:

(in Jersey City too)
  Sat. 3/4/17 5:29am moose:

(with a Korg in the corner too)
Avatar    Sat. 3/4/17 5:30am CarolCrow:

@ moose: I hope the day is brighter than the night! :) :) Thanks for tuning in :) :)
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 5:30am pierre:

well Paris is rainy and grey, but the music played from New Jersey travel with internet to tear up the clouds and make a path for sunshine… in my head
  Sat. 3/4/17 5:31am Chris in London:

Korg on top of wardrobe is def coming down later :0) gotta go will tune in again soon many thanks again for the super sounds!
Avatar    Sat. 3/4/17 5:32am CarolCrow:

Oh, can today be "Break Out Your Korg" Day?? That, I think, would be a stellar "holiday" :) :) :)
  Sat. 3/4/17 5:43am Timothy Leary:

You forgot to say dropping out!
  Sat. 3/4/17 5:44am Timothy Leary:

Now everyone will just Tune In and Turn On and just stop there What is the point of that?
  Sat. 3/4/17 5:44am Mark R:

It's going to be bright and sunny in JC today but COLD. Best to stay inside and play your Korg while looking at the sunshine through your window.
  Sat. 3/4/17 5:45am Timothy Leary:

Did someone mention Orange Sunshine?
Avatar    Sat. 3/4/17 5:45am CarolCrow:

@ T. Leary: Agreed...I will instruct better next time around :) :)
Avatar Sat. 3/4/17 5:47am pierre:

WFMU and book reading, that's what i'm going to do :)
Avatar    Sat. 3/4/17 5:52am CarolCrow:

pierre, that sounds like a perfect day :) :)
  Sat. 3/4/17 5:53am Timothy Leary:

A microdot is LSD in form of a pill. There is no mescaline in microdots. Mescaline is active in the 400mg range, a microdot doesn't weigh more than 10mg. You'd be hard pressed putting any psychoactive into a microdot.
  Sat. 3/4/17 5:59am Mark R:

Timothy, I saw a documentary about the two guys who invented Orange Sunshine.
Avatar    Sat. 3/4/17 5:59am CarolCrow:

Many thanks to everyone for listening! Hope you all have a great day :) :)
  Sat. 3/4/17 5:59am Mark R:

This Richard Butler track is a perfect farewell track, Carol. Nice segue into Jeffrey's show, too.
  Sat. 3/4/17 6:01am Timothy Leary:

I see god!
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