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Options October 6, 2018: Solos, Duos, Trios V
another year, another hour or solos, another hour of duos, another hour of trios (hour in this case meaning close to but not necessarily sixty minutes)

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Artist Track Album Label Format Comments Approx. start time
Glenn Gould (piano)/Ludwig Van Beethoven (composer)  Sonata No. 14 in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 27, No. 2, "Moonlight"   Options Beethoven Sonatas  Columbia Masterworks      0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Jessica Moss  Fractals (Truth 2)   Options Entanglement  Constellation      0:10:47 (Pop‑up)
Fursaxa  Freedom   Options Lepidoptera  ATP      0:15:02 (Pop‑up)
Janna Haimsohn  Song with a Gogo-Bell   Options Vor Der Flute: Hommage an einen Wasserspeicher  Eigelstein      0:21:04 (Pop‑up)
Forest Swords  The Light   Options Dagger Paths  Olde English Spelling Bee      0:25:45 (Pop‑up)
Escape Mechanism  Change   Options (Emphasis Added)  Recombinations      0:29:43 (Pop‑up)
Eric Copeland  Doo Whatcha Wah Wah   Options Goofballs  DFA      0:35:24 (Pop‑up)
DJ Rupture  Leech Wisdom   Options Special Gunpowder  Tigerbeat6      0:38:03 (Pop‑up)
Fennesz  Menthol   Options Field Recordings 1995:2002  Touch      0:40:47 (Pop‑up)
Jan St. Werner  Slipped Through Heaven   Options Felder  Thrill Jockey      0:44:34 (Pop‑up)
P.G. Six  Well of Memory Part II   Options The Well Of Memory  Amish      0:49:22 (Pop‑up)
Marissa Anderson  Lift   Options Cloud Corner  Thrill Jockey      0:52:55 (Pop‑up)
Meg Baird & Mary Lattimore  Damaged Sunset   Options Ghost Forests  Three Lobed      1:09:30 (Pop‑up)
Big Blood  A Spiral Down   Options Dead Songs  Time-Lag Records      1:17:20 (Pop‑up)
Charalambides  The Good Life   Options Likeness  Kranky      1:21:27 (Pop‑up)
Hanged Up  Junk The Clatter   Options Clatter For Control  Constellation      1:25:57 (Pop‑up)
Aaron Moore & Erik K. Skodvin  Furland   Options Instead Of Rain I Bring A Hat  Hands In The Dark      1:33:48 (Pop‑up)
Makigami Koichi/Anton Bruhin  Mojiri   Options Electric Eel  Tzadik      1:39:50 (Pop‑up)
Jonas Cambien/Adrian Myhr  Do   Options Simiskina  Clean Feed      1:45:26 (Pop‑up)
The Sounds of Tomorrow  Firefighters Theme   Options The Sounds of Tomorrow  RPM      1:48:11 (Pop‑up)
Perrey & Kingsley  Third Man Theme   Options The Essential Perrey & Kingsley  Vanguard      1:50:55 (Pop‑up)
Jarboe and Lary Seven  Bebe Marie   Options Beautiful People Ltd.  Atavistic      1:53:04 (Pop‑up)
Joana Gama, Luis Fernandes, Ricardo Jacinto  Sortie en forme de Panthee   Options Harmonies  Shhpuma      2:10:09 (Pop‑up)
Janet Lawson, Glen Velez, Jeff Kraus   Hush   Options Sleepers  Finnadar  Flexi  Doris Hays (composer)  2:17:23 (Pop‑up)
Tarangsawelas  Selalu   Options Wanci  Morphine Records      2:23:29 (Pop‑up)
Bobby Naughton/Leo Smith/Perry Robinson  Ordette   Options The Haunt  NoBusiness      2:35:16 (Pop‑up)
Brian Marsella Trio  Almost Like Me   Options Outspoken: The Music of the Legendary Hassan  Tzadik      2:38:11 (Pop‑up)
Dave Rempis/Tomeka Reid/Joshua Abrams  Sigu Tolo   Options Ithra  Aerophonic      2:44:06 (Pop‑up)
Daniel Lippel, John Popham, Nils Vigeland  Quodlibet: III. Senior Year   Options ". . . through which the past shines . . ."  New Focus Recordings      2:50:14 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:02am Scraps:

h’lo, h’lo h’lo, h’lo h’lo h’lo
  12:08am rich:

good morning all,

here for the eyes: http://cklein-studio.tumblr.com
  12:08am Dean:

Jesus. Gould isn't the best interpreter of Beethoven, but this is pretty intense.
  12:10am yippie:

yes I can hear him humming away as he plays
Avatar 12:11am northguineahills:

I don't know, I've always found Gould fun....
  12:11am Dean:

Even Beethoven hummed.
  12:12am yippie:

glenn Gould inspired me to smoke ganja out of drilled out ebony piano keys
  12:12am yippie:

I heard smoking out of ivory is unhealthy
  12:13am rw:

Avatar 12:14am Franco Twinkie:

Glenns brother Elliot taught me how to make a sling shot out of a coat hanger and a fan belt.
  12:17am Dean:

Respecting fractals, it occurs to me that a fundamental fractal is to be found in soap. Consider: when your cake of soap reduces to a sliver, you add it to a new cake. And so on. The fresh cake includes multiple (approaching infinite?) cakes upon cakes...
Avatar 12:19am Franco Twinkie:

I got a fractal of glass in my eye opening a bottle of beer with a roofing axe.
  12:19am rw:

I usually just throw the sliver away. I suppose the sliver gets added to a trash heap somewhere...
Avatar 12:20am coelacanth∅:

upon c-a-k-e-s
u-p-o-n ccccaaaaakkkkkeeeeesssssssssssss
  12:21am yippie:

what silver rw? I have been thinking silver is better than gold for last decade
  12:21am katharsis:

  12:23am rw:

Silver soap slivers.
Avatar 12:25am Franco Twinkie:

Quicksliver Massage Service
Avatar 12:26am coelacanth∅:

were you born with a silver sliver in your mouth?
Avatar 12:27am coelacanth∅:

-or was that only after you learned some profanity...
  12:27am Dean:

Janna Haimsohn brings to mind Jantina Noorman, an early music vocalist with a rather eccentric delivery.
Avatar 12:28am Franco Twinkie:

Sliver me timbers.no! I was born in a banana bin.
  12:29am rw:

Were we talking about fractals?
  12:29am Dean:

Nobody here uses soap? My apologies for assuming otherwise.
Avatar 12:30am coelacanth∅:

humming along with the flute flies?
  12:30am rw:

I've got a soap sliver in my shower right now. I keep wondering if it's ready for retirement.
Avatar 12:31am coelacanth∅:

i just hate getting slivers
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:31am Heavy Chevy:

do that
Avatar 12:32am Franco Twinkie:

Lard is a perfectly suitable substitute for soap. But the fractals don't want you to know that.
  12:34am katharsis:

That sounds like a serious sling shot, but let us not tarry on talk of coat hangers in this this late hour. Tis soap slivers all the way down
Avatar 12:34am coelacanth∅:

olive oil cleans really well, but then you have to wash the olive oil off with soap.
  12:35am Dean:

No, you don't, coel. You wash with olive oil and salt, and then you rinse. Easy, clean.
Avatar 12:36am coelacanth∅:

- true, or towel scrub the skin.
Avatar 12:36am Franco Twinkie:

Coel, if you use pancake syrup instead of olive oil you don't need soap.
Avatar 12:37am coelacanth∅:

- but i do use soap, and i like my soap! (though not every day or every time i shower) i just don't wait for a sliver to add the old soap to the new one.
  12:38am rw:

Mmmm. pancake syrup. I found a small jug on my coffee table this afternoon.
Avatar 12:38am coelacanth∅:

but, Franco, what if someone eats me?
  12:39am Dean:

I count the slivers. To date I've combined 15-16K slivers on bars of soap. I love the fact that the bar I'm using includes elements from the one I used decades ago.
  12:40am rw:

Dean, you're insane.
  12:42am rw:

I'm picturing a wall of hash tags over the bath tub. Like marking days spent in a prison cell.
Avatar 12:42am Franco Twinkie:

Naptha in a spray bottle eliminates the need for slivers, olive oil OR syrup.And Coel, do you object to been eaten?
Avatar 12:42am coelacanth∅:

  12:42am Dean:

...in the membrane.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:43am Scraps:

When I see “I count the slivers”, suddenly I hear Dean Venture.
  12:44am Dean:

My favorite Fennesz is his work with Polwechsel.
Avatar 12:44am coelacanth∅:


Avatar 12:45am coelacanth∅:

anyway it would take a LOT of maple syrup.
EVERYBODY knows that coelacanth is not palatable.
Avatar 12:48am coelacanth∅:

i love this Florian Fricke piece in the background
Avatar 12:55am Franco Twinkie:

RW! Your comment made me think of a friend of mine in high school who was dealing hash. One night he got pulled over, and rather than get caught holding he ate all his hash. The cops took him in anyway because he was a dirty hippy. Although it wasn't prison, jail was a real nightmare totally fucked up on hash.
Avatar 1:04am coelacanth∅:

a friend was driving east had a sandwich bag with some almost black thc-laden paste of some sort in it. pulled over in the middle of the country he told them it was an all natural energy food and they handed it back with a ticket for a tail light or something.
  1:08am rw:

Hash tags. Hash bags. Both good stories! Ah, the good old days.
Avatar 1:10am Franco Twinkie:

Usta be the country folks didn't know what the drugs all over the back seat were, but hey would haul you in if they didn't like your shoes. Now you drive into the county and everyone is psychotic and blazing on who knows what.
  1:13am rw:

Natural energy food. Maybe not such a huge exaggeration.
  1:14am rw:

By the country are you talking about San Bernardino?
Avatar 1:14am coelacanth∅:

my friend's experience was just a few years ago, but he was driving an old pick-up, and he kinda looks like a jock/car mechanic, even though he's generally up top his 3rd eye in herb.
Avatar 1:15am Franco Twinkie:

If the shoe fits....
Avatar 1:17am coelacanth∅:

("up to his 3rd eye")
- i need sleep. maybe i'll dream about a hash high augmented by pancakes with maple syrup, and beautiful fractals everywhere.
Thanks Rich!
tchau camaradas
  1:18am rw:

Night coel. Sweet dreams!
Avatar 1:18am Franco Twinkie:

Ghost Forest! What a great place to to get high. Good night Coel.
  1:21am rw:

Ghost Forest? We used to go out to a place we called The Artificial Forest. It was a small grove of trees that were grown to be transplanted but never transplanted. They were all lined up in a grid. They may still be there.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:39am chresti:

Hello! Listening remotely - and enjoying
Avatar 1:45am Franco Twinkie:

I dropped the ball, RW. Where was The Artificial Forest and did you and your chums pass the pipe there?
  1:57am rw:

Artificial Forest... not far from Irvine Park. My friend Martin's house was off Santiago Canyon Road and backed up to the park there. Good place to pass the pipe, etc. we spent a lot of time out there as teenagers.
Avatar 2:02am Franco Twinkie:

As you said earlier - Ah, the good old days! When we could spend the afternoon watching the breeze and getting blasted!
  2:26am rw:

I'm out. Thank you Rich! Looking forward to the animation soundtracks. I kind of miss those. It's fun to try to synch the radio to the YouTube links. Though I don't end up getting much work done. Good night Franco, and everyone else out there. Have a good weekend!
  2:55am rich:

thanks for listening everyone. have a good week. next week it's time for the inflatable world carcass.
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