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Options May 22, 2018: A Cello in Pajamas

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
The In-Theme          0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Smokey Robinson & the Miracles  Baby, Baby Don't Cry   Options Time Out  Tamla  1969  0:02:00 (Pop‑up)
Tommy James & the Shondells  (Baby, Baby) I Can't Take It No More (1967)   Options Anthology  Rhino  1989  0:05:56 (Pop‑up)
Marcel Aucoin Trio  No Sleep   Options Weird Cocktail  no label  2005  0:08:19 (Pop‑up)
Norman Durkee  Binaural Prototype   Options demo cassette      0:12:04 (Pop‑up)
Die Form  Re-Search   Options Die Puppe  Bain Total  1982  0:33:12 (Pop‑up)
Yximalloo  Catholic Ghetto 23 (1984)   Options The Best of Yximalloo 1  Sakura Wrechords  2017  0:38:30 (Pop‑up)
Mouvements  Nebel/Leben   Options Mouvements  RE: Mental Experience  1973  0:41:03 (Pop‑up)
Stan Kenton  A Cello (1953)   Options Stan Kenton Plays Bob Graettinger ‎– City of Glass  Capitol  1995  0:48:00 (Pop‑up)
Lustmord  Boneing of Men (1983)   Options A Document of Early Acoustic & Tactical Experimentation  Dark Vinyl  1993  0:53:00 (Pop‑up)
Marty Gold & His Organ Ensemble  Sentimental Journey   Options Organized for Hi-Fi  Vik  1957  0:59:15 (Pop‑up)
Von Zamla  Harujänta   Options Zamlaranamma  RE: Resource  1982  1:02:19 (Pop‑up)
Toots & The Maytals  Funky Kingston   Options Funky Kingston  RE: Trojan  1973  1:10:11 (Pop‑up)
The Topics  The Devil   Options Living Evidence  Topic  1970  1:18:46 (Pop‑up)
The Darryl Rhoades Orchestra  This Song Is Boring   Options Burgers from Heaven  No Big Deal  1980  1:22:15 (Pop‑up)
Weinstein & Stroll  You Can't Go Back There Anymore   Options Cook Me Up Your Taste  Chips  1970  1:23:53 (Pop‑up)
Richard Peaslee  The Dancing Phantom   Options Passage  Linear B  1979  1:26:35 (Pop‑up)
Jerry Tachoir Quartet  A Child's Game   Options Canvas  Iti  1984  1:34:04 (Pop‑up)
Tom Smith  Scampers Blues   Options Still Lifes  Lone Oak  1978  1:41:31 (Pop‑up)
Copperfields  Pamela Forever   Options Copperfields  Sunstorm  1972  1:45:49 (Pop‑up)
Christian Folk  Now Is the Time   Options Sweet Melodies  Faith  1978?  1:50:55 (Pop‑up)
Bonfield-Dickson  Gypsy Saviour   Options Portage  Ahmek  1976  1:52:30 (Pop‑up)
Mel Tormé  Blue Moon   Options Swingin' on the Moon  Verve  1960  2:00:49 (Pop‑up)
Alfred 23 Harth  Be Chamel di Funghi   Options V.A.: Hare-Hunter-Field  Johhny Blue  1992  2:04:00 (Pop‑up)
June Christy & Bob Cooper  Cry Like the Wind   Options Do-Re-Mi  Capitol  1961  2:07:25 (Pop‑up)
Bill Evans  Peace Piece   Options Everybody Digs Bill Evans  Riverside  1959  2:09:51 (Pop‑up)
Green Pajamas  One Monday   Options Happy Halloween!  RE: Green Monkey  1984  2:16:31 (Pop‑up)
Mouvements  7 Contre 4   Options Mouvements  RE: Mental Experience  1973  2:19:29 (Pop‑up)
Pierrot Lunaire  Gudrun   Options Gudrun  RE: RCA  1977  2:22:32 (Pop‑up)
Juan Crek  Las Montanas la Hacen Mas Delgada   Options V.A.: Noise Club Uno  Por Caridad Producciones  1994  2:33:54 (Pop‑up)
NSRD  Invalīdu Tramvajs (1983)   Options V.A.: Noise Reduction System  Cherry Red  2017  2:36:53 (Pop‑up)
Bene Gesserit  Walt's Waltz (live, 1991)   Options Tournai  EE Tapes  2018  2:40:55 (Pop‑up)
Roger Cochini  Chanson de Gestes (1977)   Options Chrysopée Électronique – Bourges: Roger Cochini  GMEB  1995  2:48:13 (Pop‑up)
The Out-Theme  Gelbart: My Favorite Vacation [part of] + Die Trip Computer Die: Airborn [part of]   Options       2:58:07 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:01pm Rich in Washington:

Hello Tony!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:01pm listener james from westwood:

How do, Tony and all!!
Avatar 12:01pm Tony Coulter:

Hey, hey, Rich and James!!
Avatar 12:02pm Sem:

I live where lobster costumes are de rigeur.
Not bragging. Hello, Tony, RichinWashington, lJfW.
Avatar 12:02pm Tony Coulter:

Hiya, Sem!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:05pm chris:

hello, Tony and lobster aficionados
Avatar 12:05pm Tony Coulter:

Greetings, Chris!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:06pm Rich in Washington:

Hello everybodeez!
Avatar 12:08pm Tony Coulter:

Baby babies were big in '69, apparently.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:09pm chris:

i'm a baby from '69, baby.
Avatar 12:09pm Tony Coulter:

Avatar 12:10pm Tony Coulter:

If you've got headphones handy, be sure to put 'em on for the next track -- it's a binaural wonderland.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:15pm Rich in Washington:

You're right. It is.
Avatar 12:16pm Tony Coulter:

Oddly, Norman Durkee, whose tape is on now, is best known for playing keyboards on Bachman-Turner Overdrive’s “Takin’ Care of Business.”
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:17pm Rich in Washington:

What if he was the heir to the Durkee sauce fortune?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:17pm Yvang:

Hello Tony, hello listeners!
Avatar 12:18pm Tony Coulter:

@ Rich: Not familiar with Durkee Sauce -- is it sauce you put on Durkees?
Avatar 12:18pm Tony Coulter:

Hola, Yvang!
Avatar 12:21pm Sem:

Wouldn't be a proper Durkee without the sauce, TC.
Avatar 12:35pm Tony Coulter:

By the by, there will be a basement records segment today, somewhere in the second hour.
Avatar 12:40pm Tony Coulter:

Skip to My Lou, Yximalloo
  12:43pm Dean:

Matt Warwick played Mouvements this morning. Different track, but still. Coincidence?
Avatar 12:44pm Tony Coulter:

Hey, Dean! Not a coincidence at all. Both tracks contain one half of a secret, coded message.
Avatar 12:44pm Tony Coulter:

It juts got reissued is the real reason.
Avatar 12:45pm Tony Coulter:

  12:45pm Dean:

Problem is...it's the same half!
  12:55pm Mark Williams:

think this Lustmord track may have originally been on the Elephant Table compilation. An old fave.
Avatar 12:56pm Tony Coulter:

Hey, Mark! It's an old fave of mine too -- so bright and sunny.
  1:00pm Mark Williams:

brighter and sunnier than his cave explorations on Heresy!
Avatar 1:06pm coelacanth∅:

greetings Tony, earthlings, others
Avatar 1:06pm northguineahills:

hola longostas!
Avatar 1:07pm Tony Coulter:

Great greasy greets, coelacanth∅ and NGH!
Avatar 1:08pm βrian:

Hommage à l'homard ?
Avatar 1:08pm Tony Coulter:

Hiya, βrian!
Avatar 1:09pm Tony Coulter:

Love song to the lobster, yes.
  1:10pm Mark Williams:

Toots. Ha.
Avatar 1:11pm Tony Coulter:

  1:11pm R.I. O. Lobster:

Now we are happily getting down!
Avatar 1:12pm northguineahills:

Toots (and hoots!)
Avatar 1:12pm Tony Coulter:

^ Rock in Opposition Lobster! I like it!
Avatar 1:12pm βrian:

That guitar spank to which we skank.
Avatar 1:22pm coelacanth∅:

speaking of l'homard, or something, ra few nights ago as i walked along a 55 mph main street (called "main street" once it gets into town) in the dark i somehow spotted what looked like a small (6-7"), shiny black lobster walking along the side of the road. i tried to tale a picture of it but my phone is shit. i'm very curious about this creature.
Avatar 1:25pm Tony Coulter:

I once saw a lobster crawling along the floor of a NYC subway car (not joking!)
Avatar 1:25pm βrian:

That lobster might well be the main character in a low-light black & white short film on existential ennui.
Avatar 1:25pm northguineahills:

As someone who loves and embraces all things boring, The Darryl Rhoades Orchestra is a revelation!
Avatar 1:28pm coelacanth∅:

βrian does that mean i'm gonna be in the movies?!
Avatar 1:33pm coelacanth∅:

okay Tony, that's weirder...though i don't live anywhere near an ocean, or even the hudson river, and there isn't even a river or other body of water near this stretch of road. if it escaped from the first of 2 diners that i passed, it still would've been a good 1/2 mile away when i saw it.
Avatar 1:33pm βrian:

@coel: I think you should direct this road movie.
Avatar 1:37pm coelacanth∅:

βrian i've long thought i stupidly ignored my calling as a movie director, but i think my main character got away - and didn't leave contact info.
Avatar 1:37pm Tony Coulter:

I can only assume my subway lobster had escaped from someone's shopping bag.
Avatar 1:39pm Tony Coulter:

This Jerry Tachoir Quartet thing reminds me a bit of Cos
Avatar 1:40pm Tony Coulter:

... or Turning Point
Avatar 1:41pm coelacanth∅:

i once walked into an asian grocery store at the moment that all hell seemed to be breaking loose; and part of the chaos was a fleet of crabs scurrying across the floor! exciting -and a little scary!
Avatar 1:42pm coelacanth∅:

...there were so many other things going wrong at that moment that the crabs seemed to be a low priority.
Avatar 1:44pm Tony Coulter:

This Tom Smith record seems like something Jeffrey Davison must have played on Shrunken Planet at some point.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:54pm Rich in Washington:

That Christian Folk lp is from 1978. I think I have or had it at one time.
Avatar 1:54pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, Rich! Didn't see a date on it, somehow.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:55pm Rich in Washington:

I traded off a bunch of homespun vanity and folk records a couple of years ago.
Avatar 1:55pm βrian:

I recall when guitar masses became a thing. They were supposed to appeal to the youngsters, I guess. Not a great success story.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:56pm Rich in Washington:

seems like I recall it being 1978 because it was so uncool that it was cool by late 70s standards.
Avatar 1:57pm βrian:

BTW, will we be hearing Rock Lobster today?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:57pm Rich in Washington:

I found this one by some solo Xtian folk rock guy from Portland that's so simple and stark in its presentation that it seems like something someone would do as a joke now, rather than the 70s.
Avatar 2:01pm βrian:

Tony's going above grade.
Avatar 2:01pm βrian:

Blue Velvet Fog!
Avatar 2:02pm Tony Coulter:

@ Rich: What record was it, do you remember? Sounds like something I would like!
Avatar 2:03pm Sem:

Oh, love to hear Mel any old time at all. Thanks!
Avatar 2:04pm northguineahills:

Judge Harry Stone swooning....
Avatar 2:06pm Tony Coulter:

Then, of course, there's Velvett Fogg: www.discogs.com...
  2:07pm Dean:

Mushroom white sauce?
Avatar 2:09pm david w:

Hello Tony and all! Smooth (with sauce)!
Avatar 2:09pm northguineahills:

The velvet frog: rlv.zcache.com.au...
Avatar 2:11pm Tony Coulter:

David! Heya!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:13pm Rich in Washington:

I'm trying to look it up now from work. It may not even be on Discogs. Really weird artwork on the cover. I think you would like it.
Avatar 2:15pm βrian:

59 years later, and we still dig Bill Evans.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:15pm Rich in Washington:

Oh, I found it. It's Tom Speed, Just Believe. Do you have it? www.discogs.com...
Avatar 2:18pm Tony Coulter:

@ Rich: I did have that one! It passed through my hands pretty quickly, though, so I can't say I remember it. Really like the Bob Desper album on that label, tho.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:22pm Rich in Washington:

It's fairly unremarkable as jesus music records go, but its rather spartan approach made it seem kind of interesting, almost like something you'd hear coming from a cult compound, so I kept it.
Avatar 2:26pm northguineahills:

Always loved Bill Evans
Avatar 2:26pm northguineahills:

Before moving to NYC, it reminded me of a a cool rainy night in NYC (evans)
Avatar 2:32pm northguineahills:

Nice Pierrot Luniare!
Avatar 2:33pm Tony Coulter:

Yep! This is my all-time favorite Italian prog record.
Avatar 2:38pm northguineahills:

NRSD reminds me of anne-james chaton
Avatar 2:39pm Tony Coulter:

They were from Latvia!
Avatar 2:40pm Tony Coulter:

I played the whole tape this NSRD track is from on Tape Hiss a while back.
  2:48pm Rio Lobster:

My Eye Talon fav Stormy Six -Cliche
Avatar 2:49pm Tony Coulter:

That one's definitely in my Italo top-10.
Avatar 2:50pm Sem:

Snapping my claws together rapidly, emulating what I imagine lobster applause to be. Thanks,Tony, large heaps of fun today. Hope to see you and all next time, provided there is a next time, natch.
Avatar 2:50pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, lobster boy Sem!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:51pm chris:

thanks, Tony!
Avatar 2:53pm βrian:

What's that koan? What's sound of one claw clapping?
Avatar 2:53pm βrian:

Thanks for dipping us in butter, Tony.
Avatar 2:54pm Tony Coulter:

or one wing flapping, one toe tapping, one bat napping, one rat crapping....
Avatar 2:55pm Tony Coulter:

One beat snapping....
Avatar 2:55pm david w:

Thanks, Tony. One pot boiling...
Avatar 2:55pm northguineahills:

Thanks Tony...

Why not Zoidberg??? Wooaaap Wooaaap Woooap Woooap (skitters away, claws castanetting...)
Avatar 2:56pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks much for showing up, everyone! See you next week, I hope....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:56pm Ike:

Thanks, Tony.
Avatar 2:57pm Tony Coulter:

Ike! Hello ... and goodbye!
Avatar 2:57pm coelacanth∅:

Thanks Tony!
Avatar 2:58pm Tony Coulter:

See yerz!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:59pm chresti:

Hello and goodbye
Avatar 2:59pm Tony Coulter:

Hiya, biya, Chresti!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:00pm listener james from westwood:

thanks, Tony!!
  3:44am malloo:

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