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Favoriting March 16, 2009: wind-up birds.

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Invaders  No Money, No Honey   Favoriting Cazumbi: African Sixties Garage, Vol. 1  Nosmokerecords    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Ennio Morricone  Guerra E Pace, Pollo e Brace   Favoriting Drive In, Turn On, Freak Out  Finders Keepers    0:02:03 (Pop-up)
 
Vivian Girls  Where Do You Run To?   Favoriting Vivian Girls  Mauled By Tigers/In the Red    0:09:41 (Pop-up)
Joyce  See You In Rio   Favoriting Steve Shelley's 2008 Hanukah mix      0:12:45 (Pop-up)
Clara Rockmore  Song of Grusia   Favoriting The Art of the Theramin  Delos    0:16:15 (Pop-up)
Sandy Bull  Triple Ballade   Favoriting Inventions  Timeless Recordings    0:20:24 (Pop-up)
Hotel Alexis  Oh, the Loneliness   Favoriting Goliath, I'm On Your Side  Broken Sparrow  feat. "The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle," chapter 9, by Haruki Murakami  0:23:23 (Pop-up)
Fabio Orsi/Valerio Cosi  The Frozen Seasons of Lysergia (Part Two)   Favoriting Thoughts Melt in the Air  Preservation    0:30:45 (Pop-up)
Greg Davis and Jeph Jarman  First Strata   Favoriting Ku  Room40    0:39:25 (Pop-up)
Douglas Quin  At the Sea Ice Edge   Favoriting Antarctica  Miramax    0:41:11 (Pop-up)
Jana Winderen  Jana Winderen   Favoriting Heated - Live in Japan  Touch    0:48:39 (Pop-up)
Emeralds  Living Room   Favoriting What Happened  No Fun    0:54:38 (Pop-up)
Teeth Mountain  Side A   Favoriting Teeth Mountain cassette  Night People    1:10:05 (Pop-up)
Dan Deacon  Of the Mountains   Favoriting Bromst  Carpark    1:19:39 (Pop-up)
 
Karl Schiller  High   Favoriting The In-Kraut, v. 3: Hip Shaking Grooves Made In Germany  Marina    1:33:29 (Pop-up)
David Murray Octet  Dark Star   Favoriting Dark Star [The Music Of The Grateful Dead]  Astor Place  Happy 69th birthday, Phil Lesh.  1:38:59 (Pop-up)
Wolf Eyes and Anthony Braxton  The Mangler   Favoriting Black Vomit  Victo    1:53:53 (Pop-up)
Dick Raaijmakers  Ping Pong   Favoriting The Complete Tape Music of Dick Raaijmakers  Donemus    2:05:46 (Pop-up)
Milford Graves  Nothing 19   Favoriting Percussion Ensemble  ESP-Disk  feat. "American Boy" (a capella) by Estelle feat. Kanye West  2:08:06 (Pop-up)
Sun Araw  Hey Mandela   Favoriting Sun Araw/Predator Vision split LP  Not Not Fun    2:16:23 (Pop-up)
Sentieri Selvaggi  Sub Rosa (Gavin Bryars)   Favoriting Sentieri Selvaggi plays Bryars and Glass  Cantaloupe    2:34:29 (Pop-up)
Avey Tare and Kria Brekkan  Sasong (un-backwards)   Favoriting Pullhair Rubeye  Paw Tracks    2:42:09 (Pop-up)
Bob Dylan  Mama You Been On My Mind   Favoriting 17 June 1998 Forrest National, Brussels, Belgium      2:46:17 (Pop-up)
Gram Parsons  Love Hurts (alternate)   Favoriting Complete Reprise Sessions  Rhino    2:50:47 (Pop-up)
 
The Bangles  Manic Monday   Favoriting Different Light  Columbia    2:56:59 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  3:05am
marcus:

hi, i know that tune right now (ennio morricone) - but from the silver apples "the lady and the clown" :) - cheers from germany.
  3:11am
jj.:

Ooh, the Silver Apples cover that? Will have to check it out...
  3:31am
Joshua K:

Ahh thats a good book.
  3:33am
jj.:

Yeah, Murakami's one of my faves. He's got a new, huge one coming out this year. I'm way psyched: http://tinyurl.com/cv6zgv
  3:39am
Joshua K:

Ahh thanks, I have read The Wind-up Bird Chronicle, Sputnik Sweetheart, and Kafka on the Shore and liked all 3. Guess it might be a while till that one gets translated.
  3:41am
bryan:

Hard-Boiled Wonderland & The End of the World was really good at wintertime
  3:42am
Evan:

this is trippy. I'm very much digging it.
  3:42am
bryan:

though what worthwhile book isn't good at wintertime?
  3:45am
jj.:

He's got a big enough audience in the US that I bet it'll get translated pretty quickly. Sometimes his novels get a little samey (similar characters/themes/references), but they're all really enjoyable. I'd suggest "Wild Sheep Chase" next.
  3:48am
Joshua K:

Theres a BBC documentary about him that he doesn't appear in because he doesn't do interviews but its still pretty good: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1376275/
  3:49am
bryan:

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/08/books/review/Murakami-t.html?fta=y

I really liked this article about him
  3:49am
bryan:

by him*

talks about seeing art blakey and stuff. neat guy.
  3:51am
jj.:

He does do interviews occasionally. I interviewed him by email a few years ago (when "After Dark" came out; not online, alas). He does do face-to-face interviews, too. But, yeah, never seen a filmed interview with him. Still, sounds worth seeing.
  3:55am
Joshua K:

I should have posted the bbc page, imdb doesn't say much:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/imagine/episode/haruki_murakami.shtml
They interviewed him but off camera. They visit some of the places that inspired his books and interview other people on camera about his work.
  4:01am
bryan:

that was really engrossing. you just prevented me from studying for the whole length of that reading.
  4:02am
Evan:

emeralds. so great. solar bridge was one of last year's best.
  4:03am
jj.:

Glad it worked, at least like that. Rest of the show should be more studyable.
  4:03am
jj.:

Just heard Emeralds for the first time last night (great, great show at Glasslands). Pretty taken. I'm in.
  4:05am
Evan:

have you ever played bob l. sturm on your show? i think it would fit perfectly alongside some of these pieces.
  4:11am
jj.:

No, I haven't. Thx for the suggestion. Will check out.
  5:20am
bryan:

ooh, glad to hear this. haven't heard this cassette yet.
  5:24am
bryan:

oh, seems to be a split LP from what i can find. love sun araw's album art aesthetic. even the layout of the news update on their label's site is sick.
  5:26am
jj.:

So it is. ;).
  5:58am
bryan:

it was fun.
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