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Options November 26, 2019: Graveyard Goddess

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
The In-Theme          0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Die Førm  Are You Before   Options La Dimensione Umana  RE: Officina Fonografica Italiana   1982  0:02:02 (Pop‑up)
I'llbeonthefönetoyou  She Served Them No Food   Options I'llbeonthefönetoyou  C.I.A.  1982  0:04:35 (Pop‑up)
Black Lesbian Fishermen  To Sic a Goddess   Options The Metaphysics of Natron  AntiClock  2019  0:10:40 (Pop‑up)
Sylvie Chenard / Nicolas Letarte / Alexandre St-Onge / Martin Tétreault   Salle des Cultures Perdues   Options Projet de la Baleine 1998 – Musée des Survivantes, Montréal  Production Sylvie Chenard  1998?  0:19:20 (Pop‑up)
Tomografia Assiale Computerizzata  I Sette Piani dell' Esperienza   Options Tomografia Assiale Computerizzata  RE: Officina Fonografica Italiana   1983  0:30:34 (Pop‑up)
Quite Ridiculous Nonsense  Very Loud Silence   Options V.A.: Voices End Abruptly  Chimik Communications  1985  0:36:29 (Pop‑up)
R'K'TX of Fear  Graveyard Shift (1982)   Options V.A.: Awry label comp (untitled)  Awry  1982?  0:39:21 (Pop‑up)
Bene Gesserit  Marrow Bones Blues   Options recent unreleased track      0:42:26 (Pop‑up)
The Moldy Dogs  Baby Bones in the Basement (1976/1998)   Options Reflections from the House of Buttermilk: The Demo Tapes, Vol. 1 & 2  no label  2019  0:47:48 (Pop‑up)
The Common People  Land of a Day   Options Of the People / By the People / For the People  Capitol  1969  0:51:12 (Pop‑up)
Bourbonese Qualk  Freefall   Options Laughing Afternoon  RE: Klanggalerie  1983  0:55:00 (Pop‑up)
Erik Lindgren & the Frankenstein Consort  The True Wheelbase   Options Classical A-Go-Go  Sfz/Arf! Arf!  2006  0:59:11 (Pop‑up)
Granada  Es el Momento de Oir un Buen Rock'n'Roll   Options Hablo de una Tierra  Movieplay  1975  1:02:05 (Pop‑up)
Wolfgang and the Noble Oval  She Was Innocent (1971)   Options Reflections from the House of Buttermilk: The Demo Tapes, Vol. 1 & 2  no label  2019  1:12:42 (Pop‑up)
The Hooterville Trolley  No Silver Bird (1968)   Options V.A.: Get Ready to Fly: Pop-Psych from the Norman Petty Vaults  Big Beat  2007  1:16:31 (Pop‑up)
The Moldy Dogs  Shapes in the Night Sky (1976)   Options Reflections from the House of Buttermilk: The Demo Tapes, Vol. 1 & 2  no label  2019  1:19:10 (Pop‑up)
Creation of Sunlight  The Fun Machine   Options Creation of Sunlight  RE: Mystic  1968  1:22:27 (Pop‑up)
Módulos  Otoño en Cualquier Lugar   Options Módulos  Circulo  1978  1:24:55 (Pop‑up)
The Moldy Dogs  Bring Me Jayne's Head (1976)   Options Reflections from the House of Buttermilk: The Demo Tapes, Vol. 1 & 2  no label  2019  1:32:18 (Pop‑up)
James Gray  Final Road   Options Gray Matter  no label  1983  1:36:41 (Pop‑up)
American Taboo  60 Cycles   Options American Taboo  Forbidden Records  1983  1:41:59 (Pop‑up)
J.B. Lee  Just a Colour   Options Necronomicon: Electronic Music Inspired by the Stories of H.P. Lovecraft  Hidden Manna  1996  1:48:00 (Pop‑up)
Nick Carter  Abyss   Options Abstracts & Extracts  RE: Flashback  1979  2:02:14 (Pop‑up)
Bourbonese Qualk  Idiot Pain   Options Laughing Afternoon  RE: Klanggalerie  1983  2:06:39 (Pop‑up)
Tomografia Assiale Computerizzata  Cerco Lavoro   Options Tomografia Assiale Computerizzata  RE: Officina Fonografica Italiana   1983  2:10:07 (Pop‑up)
Smash  Look at the Rainbow (Flying in the Sky) (1970)   Options Todas Sus Grabaciones  Rama-Lama  2001  2:12:58 (Pop‑up)
Matt Johnson  Icing Up   Options Burning Blue Soul  4AD  1981  2:16:45 (Pop‑up)
The Common People  Those Who Love   Options Of the People / By the People / For the People  Capitol  1969  2:26:33 (Pop‑up)
Ashton, Gardner, Dyke & Co.  It's a Drag, I'm a Drag   Options What a Bloody Long Day It's Been  Capitol  1972  2:29:45 (Pop‑up)
Little Fyodor  Not Good Enough   Options Pithy Romantic Ballads  no label  2019  2:33:00 (Pop‑up)
Workshop de Lyon  Moulin Noir   Options Musique Basalte  Arfi Move  1981  2:37:22 (Pop‑up)
Tasaday  Lo Struggimento Vuoto   Options L'Animale Profondo  RE: Officina Fonografica Italiana   1986  2:39:48 (Pop‑up)
Stu Mitchell (with Wes Dakus' Rebels)  Acid (1967)   Options V.A.: Get Ready to Fly: Pop-Psych from the Norman Petty Vaults  Big Beat  2007  2:43:47 (Pop‑up)
White Stains  Man Created God   Options White Stains EP  Round Black Records  1984  2:45:51 (Pop‑up)
Debasement  Starkweather   Options V.A.: Voices End Abruptly  Chimik Communications  1985  2:49:40 (Pop‑up)
The Out-Theme  Gelbart: My Favorite Vacation [part of] + Die Trip Computer Die: Airborn [part of]   Options       2:58:25 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  12:01pm listener james from westwood:

How do, Tony and all!
Avatar 12:02pm Tony Coulter:

Hey Ho, Sir James!
  12:04pm chresti @griffith Park:

Howdy forks!
Avatar 12:05pm Tony Coulter:

Hiya, chresti!
Avatar 12:09pm V Priceless:

Tony! Hey!
Avatar 12:10pm Tony Coulter:

Hey, VP!
  12:14pm Dean:

Long ago, English literary historian Walter Jackson Bate bemoaned the expanding range of topics appearing at annual MLA conferences. He saw the expansion as symptomatic of "intellectual emptiness." One of the presentation topics he mentioned as an example: "Lesbian Feminist Poetry in Texas." The track on just now reminded me of this.
Avatar 12:15pm Tony Coulter:

Dean! Dean! Dean!
  12:19pm Dean:

I really like Bate's work. His biographies of Keats and Samuel Johnson are fun and illuminating. Perhaps he had a point about how the profession was evolving, but he was wrong to imply that the topic is somehow ridiculously over-specialized.
Avatar 12:19pm HollyRT:

Howdy, Tony C, fellow listeners!
Avatar 12:21pm Tony Coulter:

Holly? Holly! HOLLY!!
  12:21pm Dean:

Do you know St-Onge's work with Klaxon Gueule? Love their stuff.
Avatar 12:22pm Tony Coulter:

@ Dean: I don't, no. Have been meaning to investigate some of their releases.
  12:27pm Dean:

First heard them at the record store L'Oblique in Montreal. Been a fan ever since.
Avatar 12:30pm Nick S.:

Hey, Tony! Made it.
Avatar 12:31pm Tony Coulter:

You're a made man, Nick. (Heya!)
Avatar 12:32pm Nick S.:

Soon to swim with fishes!
  12:34pm Repeater:

Klaxon Gueule very cool! Nice set.
Avatar 12:37pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, Repeater! (Greetings!)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:41pm Uncle Michael:

Hey, Tony! Diggin' it as I prepare for Idaho.
Avatar 12:42pm Tony Coulter:

Greets, Uncle Michael! Your own private Idaho?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:44pm Uncle Michael:

I was waiting for that. No, there will be family.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:48pm Stanley:

"♫ most friends get to call him TC ♫"
Avatar 12:49pm Tony Coulter:

or ... Top Cat. (Hiya, Stan Lee)
Avatar 12:50pm Mr Fab:

Yo Tony! Back to working on Tuesdays. So i can once again be a captive audience to this fine prgramme.
Avatar 12:50pm Tony Coulter:

Mr Fab! That's fab. Glad to have you here!
Avatar 1:02pm Mr Fab:

For some reason, i preferred sleeping in on my days off, instead of getting up in time to listen to this show. I know, i really got to get my priorities straight.
Avatar 1:03pm Tony Coulter:

Avatar 1:03pm Nick S.:

Someone is playing the shit outta that vibraslap!
  1:05pm Repeater:

Very Zappaesque this!
Avatar 1:06pm Mr Fab:

definitely will tell Santa i want that Erik Lindgren & the Frankenstein Consort.
Avatar 1:08pm Tony Coulter:

They cover Edgar Winter's "Frankenstein"!
Avatar 1:09pm Mr Fab:

Heck yeah! My brother & I were just reminiscing about our old K-Tel albums - "Frankenstein" was one of our fave cuts off one of 'em.
Avatar 1:17pm Tony Coulter:

Forgot to mention on mic that Erik Lindgren was also a member of Birdsongs of the Mesozoic!
Avatar 1:19pm Tony Coulter:

Which was a particularly significant oversight, because "The True Wheelbase" was originally a Birdsongs tune.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:22pm Uncle Michael:

Heading out now. Thanks, Tony!
Avatar 1:24pm Tony Coulter:

See ya, Uncle!
Avatar 1:31pm coelacanth∅))):

greetings Tony and all
Avatar 1:33pm Tony Coulter:

Greets, coelacanth∅)))! (and, thank you cut-and-paste -- with a handle like yours, where would I be without it)
Avatar 1:42pm coelacanth∅))):

you have options
(coelacanth, coel, c, cc, coela, fish, coelacantho, coelacanthe...these all regularly used. and of course asshole, dickhead, etc. would work too...)

but if you have a mac you can press "alt-o" to get ø.
Avatar 1:44pm Tony Coulter:

Ø -- wadya knøw!
Avatar 1:52pm Mr Fab:

Is it pronounced "Necro-NOM-icon" or (as I used to say) "Ne-CRON-imicon"? Any Miskatonic U. alumni here?
Avatar 1:56pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, Fab. No doubt I'll keep on mispronouncing it.

To me, this track sort of sounds like Univers Zero played on a synth
Avatar 1:57pm Tony Coulter:

Oh, wait: you were asking a question, not schooling me! I think it's "Necro-NOM-icon"
Avatar 1:58pm Tony Coulter:

(that's what I get for reading a comment too quickly. was trying to grab a snack during this long cut.)
Avatar 2:01pm Tony Coulter:

I'm guessing it's "Necro-NOM-icon," because of what "necro" means: "death, corpse, dead tissue," from Latinized form of Greek nekros "dead body, corpse, dead person," from PIE root *nek- (1) "death."
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:03pm Jan Turkenburg:

Hi Tony, hi everyone!
Avatar 2:04pm Tony Coulter:

Oddly, my very first job post-college was working for an H.P. Lovecraft scholar (S.T. Joshi). The job had nothing to do with Lovecraft, though, sadly.
Avatar 2:04pm Tony Coulter:

Hey there, Jan!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:05pm Par Ubi:

The one pronunciation at forvo seems to agree: forvo.com...
Avatar 2:06pm Tony Coulter:

Hola, Par Ubi!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:10pm Par Ubi:

Hi Tony
Avatar 2:32pm Nick S.:

Ashton, Gardner, Dyke & Co. are great! Where have I been?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:33pm Stanley:

I'm liking this. Vague memory of this outfit
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:34pm Stanley:

The Ashton, Gardner, Dyke & Co. I was refering to
Avatar 2:35pm Tony Coulter:

To be honest, I don't like most of the Ashton, Gardner & Dyke stuff I've heard anywhere near as much as that great track.
Avatar 2:36pm Tony Coulter:

It's definitely the outlier on that album, anyway
Avatar 2:44pm Tony Coulter:

Speaking of which, I picked up a Wes Dakus' Rebels LP fairly recently, and it sounded nothing like the track on now.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:47pm Par Ubi:

Wasn't White Stains the title of an early collection of Crowley's poetry?
Avatar 2:48pm Tony Coulter:

Not sure! It sort of sound like it should be the name of a hardcore band, or something.
Avatar 2:51pm Tony Coulter:

@ Par Ubi: Google tells me you are right! It is the name of a Crowley book
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:51pm Par Ubi:

My useless bit of knowledge confirmed (from discogs): "Swedish band formed in 1987 by Carl Abrahamsson, who was later joined by Thomas Tibert. Named after an Aleister Crowley book of poetry. Their first release 'At Stockholm' was named after one of the poems in the book and featured Genesis P-Orridge reading it over their music. The album has be variously credited to White Stains with Psychick TV, Genesis P-Orridge and Thee Majesty. "
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:52pm Par Ubi:

Yes! I think I have the Book of Lies somewhere. Not a good poet, really.
Avatar 2:52pm Tony Coulter:

The White Stains we just heard is a different outfit, though, of course....
Avatar 2:53pm Tony Coulter:

(than the Swedish one you referred to above)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:54pm Par Ubi:

Oh, jumped the gun there. Wow, 4 bands named White Stains!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:57pm listener james from westwood:

It's "nec-ro-NOM-i-con" because most of the horrors described therein will NOM you given the chance!

Fabbo show, Tony—thanks!
Avatar 2:58pm Mr Fab:

More pronunciation fun: supposedly, his name's pronounced Cro-ley, like the bird the crow. Even tho most say it rhyming with 'how now brown cow.'
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:58pm Jan Turkenburg:

enjoyed the music very much, thanks, Tony!
Avatar 2:59pm coelacanth∅))):

Thanks Tony! take care
Avatar 2:59pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, everybody!! See you next week, I hope
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