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Options January 9, 2019: Wilting and Lilting

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
  Absolutely Real/Adult Entertainment/Transmission Begins     0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Moon Express  All This Do I Behold   Options Prophetic Spirit  0:04:13 (Pop‑up)
Michele Mercure  Antigone   Options Beside Herself  0:05:02 (Pop‑up)
David Bowie  A Small Plot of Land   Options Outside  0:06:25 (Pop‑up)
Ron Morelli  AM Downer   Options Disappearer  0:13:54 (Pop‑up)
Shayne Carter & Peter Jefferies  Randolph's Going Home   Options Tally Ho! Flying Nun's Greatest Bits  0:17:07 (Pop‑up)
Henri Texier  Quand le blues s'en ira   Options Varech  0:20:39 (Pop‑up)
Inner River  Arm Of The Sea   Options Inner River  0:24:43 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
Gas 1   Options Nah Und Fern  0:27:29 (Pop‑up)
Chris Petit And Mordant Muisc  The Man Who Fell To Earth (Remix)   Options In What's Missing, Is Where Love Is Gone  0:34:13 (Pop‑up)
Marie Davidson  Exces De Vitesse   Options Un Autre Voyage  0:42:11 (Pop‑up)
Vote Robot  Mtae Iroa   Options In Meorm NA  0:46:49 (Pop‑up)
Henning Christiansen, Ute Wassermann, Christoph Charles  Glucks-Spiral (Excerpt)   Options PPHC 5 Cass Box  0:49:00 (Pop‑up)
Gareth Flowers  Don't Worry   Options Beautiful Melancholy Or Music For Imaginary Films  0:57:27 (Pop‑up)
Shhpuma  Toad Of Light   Options The Holy Mountain  1:04:35 (Pop‑up)
Black Merlin  Mechanic   Options Void EP  1:11:31 (Pop‑up)
Circle Brothers  Art Deco   Options Molen  1:17:47 (Pop‑up)
Roy Montgomery (W/Jessica Moss)  After Vermeer   Options Last Years Man/After Vermeer EP  1:24:55 (Pop‑up)
Jan Nemecek  Organs   Options Recurrences  1:40:57 (Pop‑up)
Black Lodge  Bitter Blood   Options Bitter Blood (A Collection of Archival Recordings)  1:44:02 (Pop‑up)
Nu Creative Methods  Brikhebana   Options Nu Jungle Dances  1:47:53 (Pop‑up)
Moon Express  Awake and Love   Options Prophetic Spirit  1:54:18 (Pop‑up)
Kay Hoffman  Tempus Instat   Options Floret Silva  1:58:26 (Pop‑up)
Tashi Wada with Yoshi Wada and Friends  Moments Of Exhile (Coda)   Options Frkwys Vol. 14-Nue  2:08:00 (Pop‑up)
Rashad Becker  Themes VII   Options Traditional Music of Notional Species, vol. II  2:12:48 (Pop‑up)
The Dead Mauriacs  Souvenirs D'IKB   Options Soupirs Magnetiques.Bons Baisers Des Emeutes  2:18:36 (Pop‑up)
Joshua Abrams  Dolphin Cave Dazzling   Options Natural Information  2:23:18 (Pop‑up)
Mind Machine  Untitled   Options Snake Into Star Birth  2:28:34 (Pop‑up)
La Tène & Jacques Puech et Louis & Jérémie Suavage ety Guilhem Lacroux  Danse de l'Ortha   Options Abandonnée/Maléja  2:38:22 (Pop‑up)
Rattle  Signal (Excerpt)   Options Sequence  2:54:25 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:03am melinda:

Avatar 9:03am duke:

Good morning Jonathan. nice to hear you this AM
Avatar 9:04am ben abs:

Happy to be tuning in, always a treat to hear Blurred and Obscured on the airwaves!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:04am Krys O.:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:06am Vince Nifigance:

Always great to have Jonathan back.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:07am Yvang:

Hello always welcomed blurred and obscured sounds!
Avatar 9:07am Jherweg:

Hey everyone ! Good morning ! So glad to be here !
Avatar 9:08am fred:

Good morning Jonathan, strange to think you're broadcasting while the sun is up
Avatar 9:08am Nick S.:

Hey, Jonathan! Great set so far. This is one of my favorite Bowie songs.
Avatar 9:09am fred:

Outside is probably my favorite Bowie record
Avatar 9:10am TDK60:

Hi DJ JH. Never even heard the Outside album; David left much to peruse.
Avatar 9:11am Nick S.:

Outside is his best record after Scary Monsters, imo. Black Star was next.
Avatar 9:12am Chris from DC:

@Nick, I was going to chime n with those two and Low.
Avatar 9:12am Jherweg:

I think this is my favorite Bowie album also..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:15am Ken From Hyde Park:

Jonathan! It's been too long!
Avatar 9:16am Nick S.:

The Eno record Nerve Net is an excellent companion to Outside. NN informed Outside in a big way.
Avatar 9:18am Chris from DC:

Big clicky for Randolph's Going Home.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:19am Vince Nifigance:

I have a friend from Chicago who said he saw Bowie on the Outside tour, October 1, 1995. The New World Music Amphitheater in the Chicagoland, NIN supported and thousands of NIN fans left before Bowie came on. Imagine. He got to get the best seats in the house after that
  9:19am Monte:

Real-Time Listening, so excited! I've got tons of Photoshop work on my plate today, so very happy for the soundtrack
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:22am steveo:

good morning. sounds good to me.
Avatar 9:23am TDK60:

Nick: Never heard that Eno album either. Lots of stuff of his to still check out too!
  9:25am David Coverdael's Prick:

I need a piss
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:26am steveo:

you can have one of mine, David, if you like
Avatar 9:28am TDK60:

Vince: NIN never moved me in any way, so that's not surprising somehow..
Avatar 9:31am ben abs:

Isn't XTC perfect pop rock??
Avatar 9:33am Diezel Tea:

Dammit, gotta leave work. You've been doing fantastically, JH. Best wishes to y'all!
  9:35am Mr.taxi:

Avatar 9:37am TDK60:

Swindon, Wiltshire's best pop-rock band is...XTC! (was?) hi ben abs!
  9:37am liXiviated life:

XTC is sublime pop rock.
Avatar 9:37am Chris from DC:

Probably will have to catch up with large portions of this on the archive, but great show.
Avatar 9:38am Wild Neil||Peace All:

NIN is kinda a one-trick pony maybe. Bowie is all over the map, IMHO. Kinda like the Beatles. I don't DISLIKE NIN, but I only own one NIN CD because I found it in the basement of a house I bought. However, I did also find Monster Magnet Dopes to Infinity who ARE kind like more metal Led Zeppelin....
Avatar 9:40am TDK60:

..often willing to give something another chance (NIN) if pointed in the fun direction...
Avatar 9:40am ben abs:

Heyo TDK60, XTC definitely still is. I was at Swindon train station last night. Not a particularly inspiring place
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:40am steveo:

this is amazing
Avatar 9:42am TDK60:

ben abs: I've heard there's a pub in Swindon where XTCer Andy Partridge sometimes sings a few tunes.
Avatar 9:45am B/wad:

Rainy hello from Tel Aviv Jonathan, ben, TDK.
It's a very blurred and obscured day out here....and I dig XTC too
Avatar 9:49am ben abs:

@TDK - that's very cool! Although, unless it's one of the two pubs opposite the station I will probably never make it there. Hi B/wad
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:50am ɨkɛ:

As far as I know, NIN is something you appreciate more when you're an angsty, moody, angry and/or depressed teenager or maybe a young adult. That's when that really spoke to me. Their first couple of albums were huge. After that I either grew up too much or they weren't as good anymore.
Avatar 9:52am TDK60:

I guess, I'd already heard earlier, more "out" noise combos before NIN came long: Hunting Lodge, SPK, Throbbing Gristle.
Avatar 9:55am TDK60:

ben abs: We could look it up, may be online somewhere as to when/where Andy P stops in for a few ales..
  9:57am ike:

Early NIN was really (angry) synth-pop, not much noise (but influenced by Throbbing Gristle for sure).
  9:57am morphe:

Thanks JH.. There is? Is there? Are there night and day sounds at FMU???
I can feel that sometimes..
@Steveo: today was the 111 anniversary of the first Manhattan/Bklyn tunnel for the #4/5 trains -1908 cost.05c
Great article attached/great site. Thought of you and SpicyTuna:
Avatar 9:59am Jherweg:

It depends on what your definition of “is” is . And
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:00am steveo:

thanks morphe. that is cool. i'm also enjoying the macfarlane walking book. that stuff about the broomway is amazing (for the others, there are right-of-ways in England that are basically very shallow parts of the sea).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:02am Vince Nifigance:

@TDK60 @ɨkɛ I think the Ghosts I-IV stuff is the perfect distillation of what he's capable of, and could be appreciated by people who never really took to NIN.
Avatar 10:06am Nick S.:

Monster Magnet > NIN
  Swag For Life Member 10:07am destructo:

When did Phillip Glass get a drum kit?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:08am fleep:

I want to greet you like an animal.
Avatar 10:09am Wild Neil||Peace All:

As a hardcore right wing conservative, I can live without some of the overt strangeness of Throbbing Gristle/ Psychic TV. Still, a lot of bands have satanic influence to be sure (even The Beatles put Crowley on the cover of one of their albums, and Jimmy Page OWNED a house previously owned by A.C.)
@Nick S:
Monster Magnet-Black Sabbath=Rush.
Avatar 10:09am Jherweg:

Ha ha I thought the same thing destruco!
  Swag For Life Member 10:10am destructo:

He's not half bad!
  10:13am epz:

Survey: Which WFMU listeners wish to see the US become a communist country?
Avatar 10:15am Jherweg:

Most illegal immigrants flew here in airplanes and overstayed their visas, not sure how a wall helps that?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:19am Vince Nifigance:

@epz Maybe a socialist country, which is in no way as close to Communism as most Americans interpret it to be.
  10:20am morphe:

Phillip Glass got a drum kit when he signed on Mickey Hart???
Avatar 10:21am Wild Neil||Peace All:

@epz-LOL. Seriously, have you ever visited or read about what its like to live in a communist country? In Poland, a select few got obscenely rich and drove Mercedes while normal people had to waiting
in line for toilet paper, just like in Venezuela now. konicki.com...
I think Poland never made it to communism, they only got as far as socialism. Have no illusions, however on paper were are a republic, but in practice are almost a plutocracy. But at least we have toilet paper!
Avatar 10:22am Jherweg:

As my Dad always said, if you have a social security card , then you’re a card carrying socialist ..
  10:23am epz:

@Neil I am morally very conservative, politically indifferent, but since WFMU listeners appear to be hard-left, I'm just wondering what their ideal US looks like. Your thoughts?
  10:26am morphe:

As a person who grew cup in Bklyn from immigrant parents and later carried punk zines and music from A'dam to Berlin and Prague in the late 80s and also school and medical supplies to children in Cuba =
both sides are egoistic filthy systems of exploitation!!!
Avatar 10:27am Jherweg:

My ideal US looks a lot like Denmark in terms of how wealth is distributed how the country runs its healthcare system and Infrastructure .
  10:28am Harold Hellman:

@epz, have you ever seen Escape from New York? Something like that, but not if means we'll eventually have Escape from LA.
Avatar 10:28am JakeGould:

@Jherweg: Also, Denmark has a lot less ugly people than America.

Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:28am SSS:

To each according to their need..............
Avatar 10:29am Wild Neil||Peace All:

1. I think we should pull out of all the wars we have going on and take about 80% of the military budget (take it away at a rate of about 10% a year for 8 years) and ramp up spending on space travel to stimulate research and mine asteroids and cool stuff like that.
2. Re-establish trade schools for plumbers, mechanics and other trades, there is a severe shortage. Retrain people who want it. All for free through the public school system. Take a % of that former military budget for that.
3. Flat income tax. The more you make, the same they take.
4. Audit the Fed and then eliminate it, put money in the hands of Congress again. Keep the prime rate low, like around 2%.
5. Give tax breaks to all small businesses with less than 500 employees, they need it.
6. Hire more librarians. Make libraries have extended hours 7 days a week.
7. Allow interstate competition for health insurance.

Killing Joke use communism, they say it works for them. I really like their music, so perhaps for groups of ten or less, communism works?
Avatar 10:30am Wild Neil||Peace All:

8. Go back on a gold standard.
  10:31am morphe:

Let us revert to Groucho Marxism... and live in chaotic harmony..
Avatar 10:31am JakeGould:

9. Count all stray cats as registered voters.
Avatar 10:32am JakeGould:

10. Everyone gets to hang out in a safe, controlled environment with a type of person they hate for 1 hour.
Avatar 10:32am Chris from DC:

11. Double the tax credit for donations to WFMU.
Avatar 10:32am Jherweg:

A society is only as just or as equitable as how well it treats it’s poorest and weakest. I want less scary angry desperate uneducated people around me, and if that requires the rich pay more in taxes so be it , we are the richest country in the history of world we can’t give basic health care to all our people ? Of course we can, it’s greed that keeping the poorest among us so desperate .
Avatar 10:32am JakeGould:

12. CBD oil for all toddlers.
  10:34am morphe:

Not to sound like a retired school teacher "[coughing a bit..]I think we've covered that topic for today so lets, don't ye agree, move on to the next topic?"
Avatar 10:34am Wild Neil||Peace All:

I'm done.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:35am SSS:

I think the cats voting should be further investigated
  10:36am morphe:

Avatar 10:36am JakeGould:

Seriously, I met a “homeless” guy in Union Square a month or so back that was an interesting example. I quote “homeless” because he does have a place to stay. He gets benefits, has a part-time job working at the farmer’s market and has a few other hustles as well. But without revealing his income, in my mind he was basically $500 to $600 a month away from being stable enough to grow out of the mess he’s in. So social welfare works.

And anyone saying it doesn’t? It cost thousands of dollars to get a homeless person who is ill to a hospital and cared for. The math works towards giving people better benefits. But nobody acts on that.

Oh, this guy was 67 as well. So hey… It’s all effed up.
Avatar 10:38am JakeGould:

13. Smacks in the heads to all fools.
Avatar 10:38am Wild Neil||Peace All:

To be fair, I WAS ASKED for this information.
Avatar 10:39am Wild Neil||Peace All:

I love all of you.
Avatar 10:39am Stephen_Kang:

Hello from Canada!!
  10:39am Brendan:

14. More tater tots in the lunch tray. Oh and reinstate mini pizza bites or taco niblets on Friday
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:40am Vince Nifigance:

Maybe if left and right wing flap together you can really go somewhere.
Avatar 10:40am Wild Neil||Peace All:

I love tater tots also.
Avatar 10:40am Wild Neil||Peace All:

This sounds like Dirty Beaches.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:41am SSS:

I will tell you one thing, the CATS say yes to the cod liver oil
Avatar 10:41am JakeGould:

15. Taco trucks on every corner.
  10:41am Oregon Seth:

Haha pinko commie! Love the drone stuff I feel like I’m listening to Fabio!
Avatar 10:42am Chris from DC:

This Nemecek thing is great. Wow.
  10:42am morphe:

I like Stephen_Kang's: approach!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:44am ɨkɛ:

I actually really love Jake's "Everyone gets to hang out in a safe, controlled environment with a type of person they hate for 1 hour" one. In the far-distant future the government and/or NGOs will give you extra donuts and/or hard-drive space in the cloud if you do this because it will help with social cohesion.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:44am cklequ:

I missed the conversation.
Do cats finally have the vote?
Avatar 10:45am βrian:

@ɨkɛ: I *will* not hang out with Don Felder.
  10:46am meghan:

This show is awesome! Thank you!!! How often does it air?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:47am Nasty Les:

That Jan Nemecek was very nice, and reminded me a lot of Abul Mogard. They are both (apparently) from Belgrade so given the questions over Abul Mogard's real identity I couldn't help trying to join the dots :-D
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:47am Vince Nifigance:

@meghan Write your congressman (Station Manager) and demand he bring Jonathan back!
Avatar 10:48am Jherweg:

Meghan , I’m just filling in , but I have a lot of recent archives if you’d like to hear more of my show.
Avatar 10:49am Jherweg:

Interesting Nasty Les.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:50am ɨkɛ:

@βrian, good point. I hadn't thought of that horrifying risk. Neither will I. We'll just have to do without the extra cloud petabytes for backups of our uploaded consciousness.
Avatar 10:52am JakeGould:

Also, I did not recommend cod liver oil. That crap (ha!) is a violent way of treating constipation and was a kinda nasty joke in old “Little Rascals” shorts. And—if I recall correctly—Italian fascists punished political prisoners by force feeding them cod liver oil so their whole bowels would be a disaster.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:52am Vince Nifigance:

@IKE Japanese Made Fish Brain USB Flash Drive Explained -
www.tech-critter.com... www.tech-critter.com...
Avatar 10:56am JakeGould:

@Ike: Now that I think about it, that “1 hour with someone you hate…” idea sounds like some Robert Heinlein bullshit. So I am not for it.
  10:58am Brendan:

This music makes Spock irrationally horny
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:58am I am the Upsetter:

So where can my cat register to vote? Does he just go to my local library?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:59am I am the Upsetter:

Alway great to hear you on the internet Jonathan.
Avatar 10:59am βrian:

Trying to wrap my mind around the idea of being rationally horny, by contrast ...
Avatar 11:00am JakeGould:

Give your pet a human name and somehow get them on mailing lists… Then just wait and your cat and/or dog can be consumer!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:00am Nymor:

Cod liver oil is vile - was a period as a kid when I got a spoonful of it a day - in a time before stomach soluble capsules. Also had malt and molasses which thankfully took some of the taste away.
Avatar 11:01am Wild Neil||Peace All:

@Jake Gould-I lived in a rooming house in Buffalo for awhile. I think it was $75 a week, communal bathroom. I think I had a room that was 10'x 8' with a sloping ceiling and a 1 foot x 1 foot skylight for illumination. No fridge. So lotsa canned food for me. I had a car too. And a job after awhile.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:01am zopa:

Like the textures in Tempus Instat
Avatar 11:02am JakeGould:

@WildNeil: And with an extra social assistance boost you could have gotten back in gear sooner and better. You ever look at someone sleeping on a park bench or sidewalk and just rationally think about how their day/night must be?
Avatar 11:04am Wild Neil||Peace All:

@Jake-I got $400 a week Unemployement Insurance. That helped immensely. I paid into it, so I figured I should use it.
Avatar 11:04am βrian:

Unenjoyment, as it's also known.
Avatar 11:05am JakeGould:

@WildNeil: Fair enough.
Avatar 11:05am βrian:

What's this mattress music, anyway?
Avatar 11:07am JakeGould:

@Jherweg: Your bed music makes me feel I should be asleep already. Which is fine by me during the day!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:16am zopa:

Robotic Flying Insects!
Avatar 11:19am βrian:

14 degrees here this morning. Yikes.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:20am steveo:

Avatar 11:23am βrian:

Neither kelvin nor calvin. Good ole 'murcin Fahrenheit.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:25am steveo:

ah, so not too bad, then :)
Avatar 11:26am βrian:

Lovely listening, Jonathan. Now meetings call.
  11:27am Ghetto Pastrami:

any ideas to help me avoid an office meeting so I can continue sitting here listening to music?
Avatar 11:28am Wild Neil||Peace All:

@GP-fake a heart attack? Wait for 911 while you sit at your desk?
Avatar 11:28am Jeff Moore:

Apropos of not much of the current discussion: I've been enjoying this show WHATEVER time of the day on. Thanks, Jonathan.
Avatar 11:29am Wild Neil||Peace All:

Mind Machine is super trippy. Wow.
  11:30am morphe:

Jake: that is CASTOR OIL -for diahera and torture on ice cube blocks
Cod Liver Oil was/is given to poor children for protein: Ireland & UK were big fans..Protein but tastes horrible!!!
I thought you wrote CLO... Sorry ...Murphy
  11:32am morphe:

Ghetto Pastrami: ICAPEC and vomit on the floor in front of the meeting room..
Avatar 11:34am JakeGould:

@morphe: Okay, but children should be given CBD oil if they act up. It‘s more of a body high.
  11:39am morphe:

Thanks JH = hopefully Herr Friedman will not blame you for the politicization of the listeners!!! What are you doing 2019-2020????
  Swag For Life Member 11:41am destructo:

Great show, thanks!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:44am Passaic River Blues:

Scott played a track off this "Abandonnée" record on Monday, I believe. Really enjoy a good hurdy-gurdy drone march to Pleasure Island.
  11:45am Brendan:

This show is a quality product. I would definite consume it again.
Avatar 11:46am ben abs:

Thanks JH, great show
Avatar 11:47am fred:

Stupid meeting made me miss a chunk of the show
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:48am ɛɨk:

@Jake, so are Irish children tastier if roasted before or after given CBD oil?

Thanks JH!
Avatar 11:48am Jherweg:

Thanks everybody, it was so much fun!!
Avatar 11:49am JakeGould:

Avatar 11:51am Wild Neil||Peace All:

This La Téne sounds a lot like Velvet Underground. Or vice-versa?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:51am Doobois:

Fantastic set, man. It made my morning.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:52am Passaic River Blues:

I had to dip in and out of the show due to personal exigencies stemming from the demands of late capitalism, but I loved what I was able to hear. Excellent programming, Herr Herweg!
  11:52am hello:

I am so impressed with this station, consider better then pandora and Spotify and on par with radio paradise
  11:54am morphe:

Fred, next time use the ICAPEC!!! 20-30 minutes before.
It makes a spectacular show... They will not want you in the meeting..

Thanks again JH..
Avatar 11:54am Wild Neil||Peace All:

@hello-I concluded the same thing re:pandora a long long time ago BECAUSE you can only select the bands you already know and cannot predict new bands from different genres picked by a human instead of a machine. OF course there will be some music you hate too. I listen to shows I normally hate because 10% of the time I will LIKE it>
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:54am Rich in Washington:

Hey, Jonathan! Great to hear you on the air this morning!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:55am blee:

This show is WOW!
Avatar 11:56am fred:

@morphe: that was a conference call
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:57am steveo:

thanks jonathan! great show.
Avatar 11:58am fred:

@Wild Neil: La Tène are recent, but inspired by old music from central france (and maybe VU, why not)
Avatar 11:58am fred:

Thanks Jonathan!
  11:58am morphe:

Fred. oooppppsss!!! do not vomit onto the phone - messy cleanup, all those crevices!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:59am Ken From Hyde Park:

Funny how your show followed Mary Wing's for a time and today her show follows yours (on the Drummer stream).
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