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A yurt for the transgenred.

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Options September 28, 2019: sharing the slightest twitch of a dance

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Denis Frajerman  Clock Bird   Options Wastelands/Lawrence of Arabia  Klanggalerie  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Reiko Futing  eternal return (Passacaglia)   Options Distant Song  New Focus Recordings  0:05:42 (Pop-up)
Franco Battiato  Campane   Options Juke Box  BMG Ricordi S.p.A.  0:12:29 (Pop-up)
Carl Stone  Himalaya (with Akaihirume)   Options Himalaya  Unseen Worlds  0:14:54 (Pop-up)
Rachel's  4 or 5 Trees   Options Systems/Layers  Quarterstick  0:27:56 (Pop-up)
Ami Dang  Bopoluchi   Options Parted Plains  Leaving  0:33:53 (Pop-up)
Buck Young  Sonoma   Options Buck II: Where Do You Want It?  No Rent  0:38:19 (Pop-up)
180°  Equilateral   Options Submental  Splitrec  0:42:52 (Pop-up)
Erling Wold  knife 1   Options A Little Girl Dreams Of Taking The Veil  MinMax  0:45:38 (Pop-up)
Malka Spigel  Lost In Sound   Options Every Day Is Like The First Day  swim~  0:51:05 (Pop-up)
Pram  Thistledown   Options Across The Meridian  Domino  1:06:58 (Pop-up)
Wooden Shjips  Start To Dreaming   Options Volume 2  Sick Thirst  1:11:14 (Pop-up)
Wishbone Ash  Warrior   Options Argus  MCA/Decca  1:15:47 (Pop-up)
Headstones  Carry Me On   Options Brown Acid: The Fourth Trip  Riding Easy  1:21:25 (Pop-up)
Fugazi  Cassavetes   Options In On The Kill Taker  Dischord  1:24:26 (Pop-up)
The Work  Blind   Options See  Ad Hoc  1:26:54 (Pop-up)
Wire  Read and Burn   Options Send  Pink Flag  1:29:47 (Pop-up)
The Fall  Sons of Temperance   Options The Unutterable  Eagle Records  1:32:22 (Pop-up)
Woods  Sun City Creeps   Options City Sun Eater in the River of Light  Woodsist  1:36:07 (Pop-up)
Iggy Pop  James Bond   Options Free  Loma Vista  1:42:02 (Pop-up)
Elvis Presley  What'd I Say   Options Elvis at the Movies  RCA  1:46:32 (Pop-up)
The Black Keys  Lo/Hi   Options Let's Rock  Nonesuch  1:49:36 (Pop-up)
When People Were Shorter and Lived Near the Water  I Believe   Options Surprise Your Pig: A Tribute to R.E.M.  Staple Gun Records  1:52:39 (Pop-up)
The Monochrome Set  Eux Tous   Options Fabula Mendax  Tapete  2:04:21 (Pop-up)
Crystal Stilts  Electrons Rising   Options Nature Noir  Sacred Bones  2:08:18 (Pop-up)
David Kilgour and the Heavy Eights  Swan Loop   Options Bobbie's a girl  Merge  2:11:10 (Pop-up)
Shannon Wright  Fences of Pales   Options Maps of Tacit  Touch and Go  2:15:13 (Pop-up)
Marissa Nadler  Famous Blue Raincoat   Options Hallelujah: The Songs of Leonard Cohen  Ace  2:18:54 (Pop-up)
Aviva le Fey  Lang Vag Hem   Options Lovesick  The Long Road Society  2:23:09 (Pop-up)
Joan Shelley  Awake   Options Like the River Loves the Sea  No Quarter  2:26:08 (Pop-up)
Edith Frost  It's A Game   Options It's A Game  Drag City  2:29:15 (Pop-up)
Sarah Murcia  Anarchy in the U.K.   Options Never Mind The Future  Ayler Records  2:32:38 (Pop-up)
Quilt  Eliot St.   Options Plaza  Kemado  2:35:45 (Pop-up)
Spiritualized  Shine A Light   Options Lazer Guided Melodies  RCA  2:40:11 (Pop-up)
Loveletter  Dreamworld   Options Sombrero  Siesta  2:47:22 (Pop-up)
Moon Duo  In A Cloud   Options Shadow of the Sun  Sacred Bones  2:50:49 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  12:02am Marley Dogg:

Let’s burn it down! Cheers everyone
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:03am chresti:

  12:03am Jocelyn:

Hello everyone!
  12:08am rich:

good morning md, chresti, jocelyn, et al.
here for your eyes this evening: www.guliaev.com...
  12:10am s:

is this snack music? I don't know but I want some chips.
  12:12am rw:


S, just be quiet opening the bag.
  12:13am rich:

chips might be okay for this, i'm thinking something softer like craisins or cherries (it's not quite grape music)
  12:15am rw:

I was craving popcorn earlier. Should I make some?
  12:16am Jocelyn:

I have chocolate covered blueberries if anyone wants any
  12:17am s:

yes popcorn is best . salt pepper and olive oil
  12:19am s:

sick paintings btw I've seen something like that stuff but much older at museum
  12:20am s:

European like music though popcorn not European like
  12:22am rw:

Coconut oil is good too. Carl Stone is American as far as I know but I believe he's living in Japan now. I think his song titles are all asian restaurants.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:22am Franco Twinkie:

Thanks for the link, Rich! Pavel Guiliaev's mix of Flemish panel paintings with what appears to be more or less contemporary junk clipped from magazines is truly mesmerizing. These will take some careful scrutiny.
  12:24am s:

hahahaha Himalaya restaurant would have good dumplings
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:37am Franco Twinkie:

After closer inspection I realize that no one source of recognizable imagery is identifiable. Comparisons could be made, but I think they would miss the mark. He seems to exist in his own twilight netherworld.
  12:38am rich:

a good place to exist
  12:47am s:

I hear a dirigido
  1:02am yippie:

nice set
  1:19am rw:

The Inflatable Squirrel Carcass rocks.
  1:20am rich:

for a little while
Avatar 1:22am BEAVO:

Wow 2 songs from Argus in 2 days on FMU, Bill Mac played Blowin’ Free last night.
Avatar 1:24am BEAVO:

Great album. Saw them perform the whole thing live a couple years ago.
Avatar 1:26am Scraps:

yes, it’s very weird to hear Wishbone Ash twice in 24 hours without anyone dying. that i know of.
  1:27am rw:

Avatar 1:30am Scraps:

The Work! awesome
  1:36am rw:

The Sons of Temperance is making me want another drink.
  1:38am rw:

And the answers to my math questions for posting comments seem disproportionately to be ascending or descending sequences.
  1:39am rw:

456, 876, etc.
  1:42am rich:

has anyone ever gotten the math question wrong? what happens? does it give you another problem to solve? does it get more difficult?
  1:44am rw:

It says Try Again, then gives another question. So far I've never had to use a calculator.
  1:46am rw:

Math question is a three digit # plus a one digit #. I don't think the last digits ever add up to more than 9. 638 + 7 wouldn't appear, but 638 + 1 might.
  1:46am rich:

they are alway addition. i think if you get 221+2=? wrong you should at least get some subtraction or division, maybe a fraction.
  1:47am rw:

You mean as a filter to help keep the comments intelligent?
  1:49am Mark R.:

New Iggy sounds cool. I didn't know it was him til I looked at the playlist. I actually appreciated the song on its own merits.
  1:52am rw:

Oh, and the phone app; no math!
  1:53am rw:

ZZ Top-ish riff here!
  1:54am Mark R.:

I know it's not cool to like the Black Keys for some reason, but I always have. Their new album is great!
  1:55am rw:

I always get them confused with The Black Lips.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:56am coelacanth∅:

hey rich and squirrely folk
  2:05am rw:

Hey coela!

Mark R, you can talk about the Black Keys on Michele with one L's Guilty Pleasures show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:09am coelacanth∅:


...i like the black keys. i don't often go out of my way to listen to it but i've heard 5 albums and nothing i don't like and respect.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:13am coelacanth∅:

(correction: 6 albums)
  2:19am Mark R.:

I'm not a nut about the Black Keys, I think I've got I think two of their albums.
  2:20am Mark R.:

rw, a guilty pleasure on FMU is different from a guilty pleasure for a normal person.
  2:27am rw:

Haha! Distinction between FMU and normal. My son's considering about writing about his taste in music as the topic for his college apps. I can't figure out if it's a good idea, but I think it might be, depending on how he writes it.
  2:28am rw:

Please disregard that first about.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:29am coelacanth∅:

hey i played a Tom Petty song on the jukebox at the pub earlier.
Fuck all who pretend they're too "avant-guard" to listen to such things.
  2:30am rw:

Tom Petty could be my guilty pleasure, depending on the crowd.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:31am coelacanth∅:

(...meanwhile shit like "shittyflute", and space lady gets a standing ovation)
  2:33am rw:

Hmmm.... it may not be a popular stance in these parts but I may agree. Space Lady, maybe. I'd have to hear her again.
  2:35am Mark R.:

I've always loved Tom Petty, and he kept making great records right up to the end, but he fell into that "classic rock" box where those stations would play his songs from the 70s but none of his newer, equally great stuff, and stations like FMU generally avoided him like the plague. No, he wasn't avant garde, but he was also one of the best live artists I've ever seen, and the time I saw he and the Heartbrakers backing up Dylan was one of the greatest nights of music I ever experienced.
  2:35am Mark R.:

TREMENDOUS version of "Anarchy in the UK" here!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:37am coelacanth∅:

well, good for apace lady if she can make a few bucks. it's just nothing especially creative and not interesting to me.
shittyflute is probably Ken, or someone Ken knows... and it got old within minutes and it's gone on for a couple of years.
  2:38am rw:

Ha! Get pissed. Destroy.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:38am coelacanth∅:

yeah good version!
  2:41am rw:

Space Lady never struck me enough to where I remember what she sounds like nor even enough to look her up now. Rich, on the other hand never picks a clunker!
  2:42am rw:

Rich, you should pick a clunker. I bet you can't.
Avatar 2:43am Scraps:

My middle little brother Rob worships Tom Petty. I like Petty, like I like John Fogerty — they come up with hooks apparently automatically — but I don’t listen to him; he’s out there in the American culture, and I get enough of him just randomly
Avatar 2:45am pfanch:

nice set ,will be looking up some of these bands ...love Spiritualized
Avatar 2:48am Scraps:

When I was young (like forty years ago) and people were saying “guilty pleasures” without irony, I used to get mad at the very idea of Guilty Pleasures. Cool Ain’t Shit (I retorted).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:50am coelacanth∅:

yeah Scraps that's kind of it with me as well. i'm going to hear freefalling and refugee and all anyway so i don't play it; but there are a few songs i really want to hear now and then. (wont back down; american girl...
and an apparently very obscure one that i have on the b side of i don't even know what: "gator on the lawn" which is goofy and awesome!)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:52am coelacanth∅:

(@2.48) as Uncle Michael says "where there are no guilty pleasures".
  2:52am rw:

Gator on the Lawn? That one I may have to look up. I remember hearing The Heartbreakers on Rodney on the ROQ back in olden times.
  2:53am Mark R.:

Loooove Moon Duo, forgot about them!
Avatar 2:54am Scraps:

I’m very happy when “I Need to Know” comes on
  2:54am rich:

rw i have picked my fair share of clunkers but even a clunker can sound okay if you find the right place for it (as long as it doesn't sound like kenny g, john tesh or any of that horrible soft jazz sax crap)
  2:55am rich:

and that's it for me this week. have a great week folks. next week david toop is my guest.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:55am coelacanth∅:

when i was in high school and there were these girls who'd come around all the time they surprised me once as i was playing a 45 of an Olivia Newton-John song. 2 of them looked like i just fell off my pedistal because i was picking my nose but one (the youngest one) said it was cool.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:55am Ken From Hyde Park:

Been hanging a little while. Thanks, Rich.
  2:56am rw:

Ha! I was just trying to describe/explain smooth jazz to my son last night!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:56am Mike Sin:

Hi Rich! Looking at the moon listening to "Moon Duo"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:57am coelacanth∅:

if i had to explain "smooth jazz" to someone i think i'd just make an "ugh" sound!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:59am coelacanth∅:

Thanks Rich!
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