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Options January 20, 2019: Mantra Being Of One Moon

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Source Vibrations  Quantum Cognition (285 Hz)   Options Solfeggio Harmonics Vol. 1  Source Vibrations  2009  There are 9 Solfeggio frequencies, which are thought to have healing properties / The 285 Hz tone is said to help healing & enhance the immune system. This frequency is believed to create positive shifts to those in proximity to them. Some of the supposed benefits of 285 Hz Solfeggio Music: heals and regenerates tissues; restructures damaged organs by sending message to tissues and bringing them to original form; influences the energy field around you & your home; & enhances the immune system.    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
David Hykes & the Harmonic Choir  Mantra Being Of One Mind   Options Harmonic Mantra  Fonix Music  2011  from Taos, New Mexico    0:04:11 (Pop‑up)
Beatriz Ferreyra   Un Fil Invisible   Options GRM Works  Recollection GRM  2015  orig composed in 2009 / born in Córdoba, Argentina, Ferreyra worked at Groupe De Recherches Musicales (GRM) from 1963-1970    0:10:26 (Pop‑up)
Michael Amidei  Finally, We Are Alone   Options Fortune & Blood  Michael Amidei  2019    *   0:27:33 (Pop‑up)
Autechre  32a_reflected   Options NTS Session 1  Warp  2018  Sean Booth & Rob Brown's April 2018 residency at London's NTS Radio  *   0:30:36 (Pop‑up)
Atrium Carceri  Black Needle   Options Metropolis  Cryo Chamber  2015  "Atrium Carceri" supposedly means "Prison Hall" / AKA Simon Heath from Sweden    0:37:18 (Pop‑up)
Bryce Dessner  Looking For Glass   Options The Revenant (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)  Milan  2016  American composer & guitarist based in Paris / member of Bang on a Can All-Stars, Clogs & The National    0:42:01 (Pop‑up)
Ryuichi Sakamoto & Alva Noto  Carrying Glass   Options The Revenant (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)  Milan  2016  Alva Noto (AKA Carsten Nicolai) met Ryuichi Sakamoto during his first tour in Japan    0:44:58 (Pop‑up)
Somei Satoh  Toki No Mon "A Gate Into Infinity"   Options       Tokyo-based composer of contemporary traditional music (gendai hōgaku). His compositions mix Japanese court music with European romanticism & electronic music    0:47:43 (Pop‑up)
 
Half Japanese  Swept Away   Options Invincible  Fire  2019  band orig. formed by brothers Jad & David Fair in Uniontown, Maryland / John Sluggett (guitar), Gilles-Vincent Rieder (drums), Jason Willett (bass), Mick Hobbs (guitar), & Jad Fair (vocals and guitar)  *   1:04:53 (Pop‑up)
Boy Harsher / Richard Pryor, Esther Sutherland, Pamela Poitier, Thomas Moore, Gene Wilder, et al.  Pain / This Is 65 African Gunjee From The Motherland!...One Joint Of This Put Southern California To Sleep Back in 65! / I Sentence You To Serve 125 Years   Options Lesser Man (EP) / Stir Crazy  Boy Harsher  2014  debut release from duo Augustus Muller & Jae Matthews from Northampton, Massachusetts    1:07:38 (Pop‑up)
The Telescopes / Gene Wilder & Richard Pryor  All The Way Around (Tout Est Dans Le Moment) / That's Right, We Bad   Options Exploding Head Syndrome / Stir Crazy  Tapete  2018  11th studio album / With the exception of "Until The End" (co-written with Chris Plavidal), Exploding Head Syndrome was created entirely by Stephen Lawrie while immersed in solitude deep in West Yorkshire / Exploding Head Syndrome is a phenomena described by Robert Armstrong-Jones in 1920 as "snapping of the brain" - a condition in which a person experiences unreal noises. / In the 1700s, William Herschel defined a telescope as an instrument through which a person may view "beyond the realm of natural vision"  *   1:15:22 (Pop‑up)
Untold / Edie McClurg & Cheech Marin / Franklyn Ajaye, Richard Pryor & Barry Corbin  The Curse / You Can Live In The Room Under The Stairs...Like A Troll...I Could Be A Troll Bridge! / Whatcha In For?   Options Echo In The Valley / Cheech & Chong's Next Movie / Stir Crazy  ORO  2014  AKA UK based producer & DJ, Jack Dunning, co-owner of Hemlock Recordings, as well as the founder of Pennyroyal    1:20:04 (Pop‑up)
Bastard Noise + Antennacle  7" side A   Options Kitty Play Sampler  Kitty Play  2006  Bastard Noise began as a combination side project and alter ego (with early releases often bearing both names) of the powerviolence group, Man Is The Bastard, in 1991. When M.I.T.B. ended, Bastard Noise continued, mostly through the use of so called "caveman electronics" (the term that Henry Barnes gave his homemade tube oscillators) and vocals. / Antennacle is: Eric Wood, Nathan Martin & Rick Gribenas    1:29:47 (Pop‑up)
Gottfried Michael Koenig / Gene Wilder, Mumbler, Richard Pryor, & Guard  Terminus II / I Left My Wallet In Solitary...No No, I'll Just Be Over Here   Options Acousmatrix 1|2 / Stir Crazy  Deutsche Grammophon  1970  this piece orig composed in 1962 & first appeared on the 1970 split album with Zoltán Pongrácz & Rainer Riehn, entitled "Terminus II · Funktion Grün / Phonothese / Chants De Maldoror" / born in Magdeburg, Germany / From 1954-64 Koenig worked in the electronic music studio of West German Radio at Cologne, assisting other composers, such as Stockhausen, Kagel, Evangelisti, & Ligeti, and producing his own electronic compositions (Klangfiguren, Essay, Terminus 1) & writing orchestral a& chamber music / In 1964 Koenig moved to the Netherlands, where he was director and later chairman of the Institute of Sonology at the University of Utrecht. During his tenure, the Institute acquired a worldwide reputation, particularly for its annual Sonology course. Koenig also lectured extensively in the Netherlands and other countries and developed his computer programs, Project 1, Project 2, & SSP, designed to formalize the composition of musical structure-variants & continued to produce electronic works (Terminus 2 & the Funktionen series) during this time.    1:32:33 (Pop‑up)
Tashi Wada with Yoshi Wada and Friends / Gene Wilder, Barry Corbin  Ground / Where's The Part Where I Go HeeHaw!   Options Nue / Stir Crazy  RVNG Intl  2018  Yoshi Wada (bagpipes, Prophet synth, audio generator), Corey Foge (percussion) & Julia Holter (Moog synth)  *   1:39:40 (Pop‑up)
Kamila Govorčin / Wole Soyinka  Underwaterlove / Lost Poems   Options El Mundo  Panal  2017  based in Chile / co-founder of Panal Records (w/ Elias Deepman)    1:44:54 (Pop‑up)
Hearm Gadbois / Gene Wilder, Julie Dawn Cole, Jack Albertson, Denise Nickerson, & Paris Themmen  Qlarbi Baba / Did You Say Everlasting Gobstoppers?   Options Arrhythmia II (V/A) / Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory  Charnel Music  1993  founder of the School of Rhythm in Prague / from group Saqqara Dogs    1:51:46 (Pop‑up)
Flying Lotus  Clock Catcher   Options Cosmogramma  Warp  2010  with Rebekah Raff on harp / 3rd studio album under this moniker from Steven Ellison from Winnetka, CA / founder of Brainfeeder Records / Flying Lotus name inspired by lucid dreaming, which is a dream during which the dreamer is aware that they are dreaming. During a lucid dream, the dreamer may gain some amount of control over the dream characters, narrative, & environment.    1:55:56 (Pop‑up)
Autumn  Synthesize   Options Synthesize  Minimal Wave  2011  Belgian trio Geert Coppens, Peter Bonne & Peter Koutstaal / orig debut release as 7" vinyl single in 1981 on Micrart label    1:57:05 (Pop‑up)
 
Soft Cell  Say Hello, Wave Goodbye   Options Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret  Sire  1981  debut album from duo Marc Almond (vocals) & David Ball (synth)    2:08:41 (Pop‑up)
The Fallout Club  Dream Soldiers   Options 7" single  Happy Birthday  1981  AKA Matthew Seligman (bass); Paul Simon (drums); Thomas Dolby (synth, backing vocals & producer); Trevor Herion (vocals & composer)    2:13:35 (Pop‑up)
Jodi  Loveseller   Options Pop Espontáneo  Out-Sider  2018  selection of previously unreleased recordings made in tthe 1970s from Paraguayan band started by brothers Jörn Wenger & Dirk Wenger, who built their own homemade studio (Jodi Studios) in Asunción and spent many hours recording songs and experimenting to create their own sound effects (echo, reverb, etc), using electric guitars, fuzz boxes, Moog synths, Mellotron, clavinet & Farfisa organ. They called their music "Spontaneous Pop"  *   2:17:34 (Pop‑up)
7Fo  Hou   Options Ryu no Nukegara  EM  2018  Osaka-based producer  *   2:20:05 (Pop‑up)
Kelly Moran  Helix   Options Ultraviolet  Warp  2018  5th album from this NY-based artist / of the group Cellular Chaos  *   2:25:45 (Pop‑up)
Kate Glavey / Jack Albertson, Gene Wilder & Peter Ostrum   I Watched You Run / So Shines A Good Deed...   Options In Winter / Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory  Kate Glavey  2011  based in Ireland / composed by Kate Glavey (AKA Burrows) / Players on the album include: John Haggis, Tommy Keating, Alec Brown Gerry Madden, John Kent and Colm Heylin / Abhainn Hession & Richard Bolhuis kindly contributed field recordings / For more Gene Wilder fun, check out the Nov 25, 2017 show (http://wfmu.org/playlists/shows/76051) for clips from "The Producers" & June 17, 2018 show (http://wfmu.org/playlists/shows/79728) for a little "Young Frankenstein" :)    2:33:41 (Pop‑up)
Geir Sundstøl  Leben   Options Brodlos  Hubro  2018  Norwegian artist / with Mats Eilertsen (acoustic bass & vocals); Erland Dahlen (Drums, Drum Machine, Frame Drum, Steel Drums [Steel Drum], Slit Drum [Log Drum], Tom Tom [Marching Toms], Xylophone [Xylophones], Dulcimer, Saw [Musical Saw], Bells [Handbells], Bells [Blossombells], Triangle, Percussion [Metal Plates], Vocals); Jo Berger Myhre (Electric Bass [Fender VI], Synthesizer [Moog Minotaur]); Geir Sundstøl (Pedal Steel Guitar [Pedal Steel], Resonator Guitar [National Duolian], Guitar [Shankar Guitar], Bass [Six String Bass], Timpani, Keyboards [Optigan], Harmonica, Cümbüş [Cümbüs], Guitar Banjo, Mandolin, Loops [Prime Time Loops], Organ [Lexicon Organ], Synthesizer [Moog Minotaur], Zither [Marxophone], Zither [Pianochordia]); David Wallumrød (Synthesizer [Minimoog], Synthesizer [Prophet 5], Synthesizer [Arp Pro Soloist], Synthesizer [Juno 60]); Sanskriti Sheresta (Tabla [Tablas], Vocals); &Nils Petter Molvær (trumpet)  *   2:41:13 (Pop‑up)
Evritiki Zygia  Fog   Options Live At Saristra Festival  Teranga Beat  2018  group called "Evritiki" because they are located in Evros, the region in the northeastern part of Greece, which belongs to the territory of Thrace, the homeland of Orpheus, the god of singing & the Thracian lyre / "Zygia" means "a pair" and suggests a traditional band or group of musicians performing together / The band utilizes ancient Thracian musical instruments, such as the bagpipe, the lyre, the kaval and the davul, and combines them with modern instruments, such as the analog electronic keyboard (farfisa) / Aggelos Stratos (davul & percussion), Alexios Partinoudis (Thracian lyre), Spyros Statos (bagpipe), Stratis Passopoulos (vocals & kaval) & Yiorgos Drikoudis (organ & accordian)  *   2:44:54 (Pop‑up)
Eiko Ishibashi  Tunnels To Nowhere   Options The Dream My Bones Dream  Drag City  2018  6th full-length album from this Japanese artist  *   2:51:14 (Pop‑up)
 

Listener comments!

  Swag For Life Member 6:03am upstate sean:

whatups Carol.
you go.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:04am fred:

Good morning Carol and listeners
  6:04am David in London:

Morning Carol and all those under the silvery glow of the serious moonlight.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:04am jkeigh:

Good Morning Everyone! (Back to sitting quietly and feeling the 285hz)
Avatar 6:07am CarolCrow:

Hello sean! Good morning, fred! Morning, David! Good morning, jkeigh! So happy to have you all here! :) :)
Avatar 6:09am duke:

Good snowy morning Carol and all
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:11am jkeigh:

Hi duke. Luckily we didn't get a lot here in Morris County. I'm worried about all of this rain freezing as the temps drop throughout the day though.
Avatar 6:12am Sem:

Good morning, Ms. Crow and all bathing in the serious moonlight.
Kick-ass storm on the way. Full moon tides today, with storm surges.
  Swag For Life Member 6:12am upstate sean:

wintery vibe, totally socked in up here
Avatar 6:18am CarolCrow:

Good rainy morning to you, duke!
Avatar 6:20am CarolCrow:

Good morning, Sem! Wish I could see the moon! But it's a perfect excuse to stay inside, though:)
Avatar 6:21am CarolCrow:

sean, how far upstate are you?
  6:31am David in London:

Hey Sem. You said the other day you’re heading this way soon, but I think my reply was too near the end of the show and you many not have seen it. Leisure or business I asked?
Avatar 6:33am Brian in UK:

Morning, very misty Sunday here in Shropshire.
Avatar 6:35am Sem:

Leisure, David. On the itinerary, for instance, is misty, mystical Shropshire.

Hello, BiUK.
Avatar 6:37am CarolCrow:

Good morning, Brian! A misty morning sounds delightful:)
Avatar 6:41am Brian in UK:

What-ho, Sem.

Carol, yes, that means indoor woirk. This track is appropriate.

Odd that NTS is classified under POP in this link. No Freeform section!
www.ukonlineradio.com
  6:45am David in London:

Sem, Shropshire, the Montana of the UK. Strong connections there myself. Absolutely amazing place, wild and ancient. Give me a shout if you make it to London at any stage.
  6:45am David in London:

Where in Shropshire are you Brian?
Avatar 6:48am Brian in UK:

David. We live in Munslow just by Wenlock Edge. On the road from Craven Arms to Much Wenlock. Just here.
www.google.co.uk...!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sYAz-lCt47zm9I2tf7ZK7qw!2e0!7i13312!8i6656?hl=en
Avatar 6:49am Sem:

Thank you, David, very kind.
  6:54am David in London:

Brian, lucky man. I spent plenty time in my childhood in Church Stretton and my wife’s from Bishops Castle, so I know the area reasonably well. I absolutely love Shropshire.
Avatar 6:55am Brian in UK:

David, funny you should mention Montana. This is one of my favourite songs. For later.
www.youtube.com...
Avatar 6:58am Brian in UK:

David, just round the corner from us. Moved from Watford early last year. The Long Mynd is a wonderment. Pre-Cambrian rocks, so very old.
Good pint in the Three Tuns in Bishops Castle.
Give me a shout if you are passing.
  7:01am David in London:

Watford to Salop, that’s a move of contrast and no mistake! My father’s ashes are scattered at Pole Bank on the top of the Mynd, so I do go back in remembrance every few years. I will definitely hold you to a pint in the Three Tuns next time I’m there.
Avatar 7:07am Brian in UK:

David, yes a contrast but we have been coming to Shropshire for 10-15 years so not a total shock..

Pole Bank. Some place to end your days.
Avatar 7:12am Sem:

Pryor, oh man.
Avatar 7:15am Sem:

Wilder reprising Leo Bloom. Would have killed to watch those 2 on the set.
  7:18am David in London:

Yeah, can you imagine the combined hysteria? They made such a great pairing.
  7:19am shangh1:

No moon for us in WA I think
  7:21am shangh1:

Hey Carol, Your not messin around I see.
  7:24am David in London:

Gotta leave the house now. Laters all. Thanks for a great show Carol.
  7:26am Neil M:

Waking up late = Stir Crazy. I'm in! Recently caught a line in that movie that haunts me. Gene Wilder explains that movies don't show what prison is truly like. "More people should spend time behind bars so they can see what it's really like." His lawyer responds, "Well, more people probably will." Director Sidney Poitier predicted our world.
Avatar 7:31am briania:

Fun stuff to wake up to this morning.
  7:34am Scuttle:

Ugh this is amazing!!!
I have work tomorrow but I always get hooked- the Misery was nuts last week.
I work at a casino + this’s always fitting
Avatar 7:37am CarolCrow:

Hey there, shangh1! Strange mooning this morning.... :)
Avatar 7:37am CarolCrow:

Hey Neil, that's great! Thanks fpr posting:)
Avatar 7:38am CarolCrow:

Glad you could join us, brianna:)
Avatar 7:39am CarolCrow:

@Scuttle@7:34: Glad you liked the Misery last week. Happy to have you here!
Avatar 7:41am CarolCrow:

Good morning, everyone!
Avatar 7:47am spamoni:

Good morning to all ! The White Death is among us and I am to weak to fight it !
Avatar 7:48am B/wad:

Good afternoon Carol & Crew, from my studio in Tel Aviv
Avatar 7:51am CarolCrow:

Welcome spamoni!
  7:54am Leelee:

Good day, all. Listening since kickoff, just checking in to say hello, and thank you for another great start to Sunday @CarolCrow :)
  7:58am Dave Conehead:

Nice!
Avatar 7:59am CarolCrow:

Good morning B/wad in Tel Aviv!
Avatar 8:00am CarolCrow:

Hello, Leelee! Thanks for being here! :)
Avatar 8:00am CarolCrow:

Hey, Dave!
Avatar 8:01am spamoni:

Carol, I am old and forgetful, but didn't i listen to you before shrunken planet at times?
Avatar 8:03am TDK60:

Hello Jersey City, DJ Carol of moonlight earnest.
  8:04am ignatatus666:

Good morning all
  8:11am Jeffrey Davison:

Hey Carol!
spamoni: yes, those were the good old days!
Avatar 8:12am spamoni:

Hello Jeffrey ! A pleasant surprise !
Avatar 8:13am dale:

good morning. only 4 inches or so up in orange county but now it's coming down rain at 28 degrees so it's landing as ice.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:15am Granny Spicy Tuna:

Salutations from the Salish Sea, folx!
Avatar 8:15am dale:

i was mentioning on a board yesterday that the last time gene pitney charted was probably his duet with marc almond.
Avatar 8:17am CarolCrow:

@spamoni@8:01: Yes, as Jeffrey said, I did the shift ahead of him on Saturday mornings:) Hey there, Jeffrey:)
Avatar 8:17am TDK60:

Met a guy from England yesterday, but he sounded Scottish; was from Carlisle; looked up a map, it's right near the border with old Scotland.
Avatar 8:18am CarolCrow:

Good morning, TDK60! Wish there were some moonlight! Will just have to keep the moon in our hearts:)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:19am Stanley:

Tuning in late but happy for what I can get. Good morning, Carol.
Avatar 8:22am CarolCrow:

Good morning, ignatatus!
Avatar 8:22am Brian in UK:

@TDK60 just down the road from Gretna Green.
www.gretnagreen.com...
Avatar 8:23am CarolCrow:

Good morning, dale! Sounds like a good day to stay inside:)
Avatar 8:23am CarolCrow:

Hey there, Spicy Tuna in the Salish Sea!
Avatar 8:24am CarolCrow:

Stanley! Glad to have you anytime!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:24am Matthew_London:

London says hi
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:25am Granny Spicy Tuna:

I just wandered out in the gloaming here on the west coast and saw the serious moonlight through a mysterious haze of clouds and Douglas Fir silhouettes, two owls calling to each other and some frogs croaking…
Avatar 8:28am CarolCrow:

Hi to London & to you, Matthew:) Welcome!
Avatar 8:29am TDK60:

Thanks Brian, never heard of Gretna Green, the marriage destination.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:32am Ken From Hyde Park:

Good morning, Carol and snow shovelers. If it's too cloudy to see the eclipse tonight, here's a video of one from last year.: apod.nasa.gov...
Avatar 8:36am dale:

granny - that sounds loverly.
Avatar 8:36am CarolCrow:

Thank you, Ken! Great video:) Good morning to you!
Avatar 8:37am Sem:

@GST: sure you weren't channelling Kate Bush?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:40am Granny Spicy Tuna:

ah, Sem, the Hounds of Love are hunting…
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:44am fred:

I wish I could channel Kate Bush
  8:44am ignatatus666:

My favorite line and often used quote
“You stole fizzy lifting drinks”!
Avatar 8:45am Ruth Booth:

Better late than never! Happy Good Morning!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:45am Matthew_London:

I must say Carol, your show teamed with live footage of the Masters Snooker final is providing a fine multi-sensory experience
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:46am Gavin in Bristol:

I must say Carol a very good range of music today.
  8:46am ignatatus666:

Another fine Sunday mix
Thanks Carol
Avatar 8:46am dale:

i love kate bush. but the mummenschantzy dance is a bit much for me.
Avatar 8:48am TDK60:

The G. Sundstøl was wild, and so is the E. Zygia - Thracian music, huh.
Avatar 8:48am Sem:

Grateful as always for Serious Moonlight on a Sunday morning. Thank you, Ms. Crow. Hope to see and hear you once again next week.
  8:51am hoeg:

yes thanks for ever Carol and wfmu :)
  8:51am bLeubombersune:

Awesome
Avatar 8:54am CarolCrow:

Hello Ruth! Hey Gavin! Thanks hoeg & bl.eubombersune for listening!
Avatar 8:55am CarolCrow:

Thank you ALL for listening this morning and on the archives!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:56am fred:

@dale: the dancing sucks, but mine is way worse
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:56am Stanley:

Thanks Carol
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:57am Ken From Hyde Park:

Thanks, Carol. Good day!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:57am jkeigh:

Thanks Carol for another beautiful 3 hours of sound! Be safe, especially after the afternoon freeze.
Avatar 8:57am TDK60:

thanks Carol.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:58am Granny Spicy Tuna:

thank you, Carol! stay cozy, everyone
Avatar 8:58am Brian in UK:

Au revoir mes amis. (fred for spell checking!!)
Avatar 8:59am duke:

Thanks Carol
Avatar 9:06am CarolCrow:

Thanks everyone!
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