Options Woody: Playlist from March 23, 2009 Options

100-plus years of audio media with an emphasis on the ecstatic, the sorrowful, and hypothetical cosmologies.

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Options March 23, 2009: fill in for Irene

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New
Glockenspiel  When the Record Goes Around   Options Scattered & Smothered  Wifflefist     
Heldon  Back to Heldon   Options Musiques Electroniques en France 1974-1984 (V/A)  Gazul    *  
Cantata  Asadoya Yunta   Options No. 147  Far East    *  
Sham  S-H-A-M   Options Septembre  La Vilain Chien    *  
Har-You Percussion Group  Ngoma   Options Sounds of the Ghetto Youth  ESP-Disk    *  
  several found tapes   Jam Mix vol. 2 (v/a)      *  
Ram Teri Gang Malli  Mujhko dekhonge jahan tak   Options Raj Kapoor (s/t)       
P.O.S.  Goodbye   Options Never Better  Rhymesayers Entertainment    *  
Shannon  My Hearts Divided   Options Let The Music Play  Warner Bros     
Toy Killers  24 Handerkerchiefs for Roger Trilling   Options The Unlistenable Years  UgExplode    *  
ESP Kinetic  Absolute Relaxation   Options flecK-NOR  Music Mundane    *  
Miracles  Pioneers   Options Colony Collapse  Creative Capitalism    *  
Wavves  Rainbow Everywhere   Options Wavves  Fat Possum    *  
Larry Polansky  Four Voice Canon #3   Options The Theory of Impossible Melody  New World    *  
Cybotron  Eureka   Options Implosion  Aztec Music    *  
Group Bombino  Boghossa   Options Group Bombino vol 2.  Sublime Frequencies    *  
Chrissy Zebby Tembo & Ngozi Family  Trouble Maker   Options My Ancestors       
Magnetix  Mort Clinique   Options positively negative  Born Bad    *  
Ovo  Probblema   Options OvO Remixed by Daniele Brusaschetto  Blossoming Noise    *  
Prurient  months lengthening into years   Options the black post society  Cold Spring    *  
William S Burroughs    Real English Tea Made Here  Audio Research Editions     

Music behind DJ:
Christopher DeLaurenti 


Favorite Intermissions 



Pierre Bastien    Les Premieres Machines 1968 - 1988  Gazul    *  
  Balle (Give Him Room)   Carribean Folk Music Vol 1  Folkways     
Wary  Sallama   Options     from DJ Rupture's blog: http://negrophonic.com   
Mahmoud Ahmed  Kulun Mankwalesh   Options ethiopian urban modern music vol 1  L'arome  also on Ethiopiques... maybe vol 5 or 6?  *  

Music behind DJ:
Ethnic Heritage Ensemble 





Hartman's Heartbreakers  A Night in Carolina   Options Woodchips & Heartbreakers: The Blue Roots of Western Swing       
Roy Smeck  You Are My Lucky Star   Options The Haunting Hawaiian Guitar       
Bud Isaacs  Steel Guitar Rag   Options The Swingin' Steel Guitar       
John W. Summers  unnamed tune   Options The Art of Field Recording Volume 2  Dus-to-Digital    *  
Huun Huur Tu Feat Sainkho  Ovyur Hem   Options mother earth! father sky!  Jaro Medien    *  

Music behind DJ:
Pandit Pran Nath 

Raaga Bhoopali   Options

Earth Groove: The Voice of Cosmic India 



La Dusseldorf  Sentimental   Options Individuellos  Water     
Transmitters  Cow Clouds   Options Transmitters      *  
Smersh  Sweet Little Bishop   Options 3 Bangs 7"      *  
Bertin  Videorecorder   Options Videorecorder 7"  Ole    *  
Bruce Haack  Ok Robot   Options Listen Compute Rock Home  Dimension 5     
The Fly Girls  Love Hurts   Options da brats from da vile  Teen Action    *  
Kano  Now Baby Now   Options Disco Italia: Essential Italio Disco Classics 1977-85  Strut    *  
Lady B  To The Beat Y'all   Options Fly Girls! B-Boys Beware (V/A)  Soul Jazz    *  
The Nu-People  I'd Be Nowhere Today   Options Slurped 2 (v/a)       
Usha Uthup  Doston Se Pryar Kiya   Options Shaan (s/t)       
Hue Blanc's Joyless Ones  Down on ME   Options Split 12" w/ Pink Reason  Florida's Dying    *  
Oh Sees  Carol Ann   Options Carol Ann 7"  Slowboy     
Death  Freakin Out   Options For the Whole World To See  Drag City     
Kalyanji Anandji  Theme Music   Options Dharmatma (soundtrack)       
Master Musicians of Jajouka with Bachir Attar  L'arta   Options Live Vol. 1  Jajouka    *  

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Listener comments!

  3:08pm Doug from DC:

Woody, was just reminded of why I love WFMU.
  3:11pm Sëãn Dâîly the Süpërflúøüs Dîäcrïtìc Âvëngêr:

Second comment! Woo hoo!
  3:17pm Doug from DC:

Shouldn't that be Wøø Höö?
  3:23pm Bäd R☺nald:

Dât Trú!
  3:24pm Ike:

Wow, those Heldon and Cantata tracks were totally rad.
  3:27pm north guinea hills:

Hey woody, long time, no hear. I paid radio ruido a visit last week. Hope all is superb.
  3:28pm Woody:

Hey NGH and everybody else.... juggling the records (been a while) but going well!
  3:32pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

You got a good flow going so far, homes boy.
  3:32pm stingy d:

hi everybody... i got a question - does you guys know pony tail?
  3:33pm Woody:

Thanks Pearly.... you don't happen to be the piano playing Pearly Sweets of Chi-town?
  3:34pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I miss Irene...bye!
  3:35pm efd:

A Shannon deep cut! Nice!!
  3:37pm Pearly Sweets:

Alas, I am not the keyboardist pearly sweets.
  3:39pm anne:

love shannon! love P.O.S.!
  3:40pm Commie Perv:

I've got a Woody in my ear!
  3:44pm Sean Daily:

"Asadoya Yunta" video here. You MUST see it:


BTW, the band is Omodaka. "Cantata" is the album that "Asadoya Yunta" is on. (Info on "Asadoya Yunta" at http://www.okinawa.com/glossary.html)
  3:49pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

Great transitions.
  3:53pm still b/p:

Was't cross-talk shut the comments down on Lupica's playlist? I 'uz about to suggest rearrangement of "Golden Sours" to "Sun Dog Loser" and suddenly...smacko closo terminato!
  4:01pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

I was really enjoying the ESP Kinetic.
  4:02pm stingy d:

damn.. i thought pony tail was famous or something, oh well
  4:15pm stingy d:

oh it's prurient... i knew i liked it
  4:24pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

This opening kinda sounds like when I try to play my trumpet.
  4:24pm Art Smass:

Prurient is good.
Puerile too.

I'm diggin' the show!
  4:25pm stingy d:

yea! this is awesome!! bastien! YES!
  4:33pm Bäd R☺nald:


If anyone wants the Chrissy Zebby Tembo & Ngozi album I think the DL is still good here:

I recommend it!
  4:35pm Woody:

I love the auto-tune parts on this jam. Little long, but had to go here!
  4:36pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

Now if they could just work a "short-tay" in there...
  4:38pm Marshall Stacks:

Sounds like an Ethiopiques track... wonderful.
  4:39pm Woody:

just updated the playlist.... realized it's also from Ethiopiques
  4:44pm north guinea hills:

ethiopiques 8, i believe, but i could be wrong...
  4:44pm Garth:

I think it's vol. 3...
  4:46pm Wayne:

Totally 5.
  4:48pm Woody:

just googled it.... vol 3... who knows, maybe others?
  4:49pm north guinea hills:

I know i have that mahmoud ahmed track somewhere, but i only have ethipopiques 8. i have a few other random ethipian lps i've picked up over the years, but i couldn't tell you who they were w/o looking...
  5:06pm Wunde:

that track was for his dead grandma, now he is with her
  5:13pm awesome:

this show totally rules!
  5:16pm Rob W:

The Mahmoud Ahmed track was on Ethiopiques, Vol. 6. It also reminds me of Ahmed's sound as represented on the classic Crammed Discs anthology released in 1986, Ere Mela Mela (which features tracks recorded 1975-1978).
  5:17pm the intersea:

yeah, comment/exclamation, yeah!!!
  5:17pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

Was that the same Smersh that did Emmanuelle goes to Bangcock?
  5:23pm The Right Boy:

Dear Woody,
I am writing you this letter to inform you of an A+ show. Keep up with these great grades.
  5:23pm woody@wfmu.org:

I think it is the same Smersh... or the internet thinks so.
  5:24pm Woody:

Thanks RB.... the right boy doesn't sniff glue either, but maybe that's a dated thing now?
  5:27pm The Right Boy:

Yeah us right boys are all about sniffin' glue. At least when we have nothing to do.
  5:28pm Bäd R☺nald:

Carbona Not Glue.
  5:33pm woody:

Why do all hip hop folks always have some bit about Superman? Where does this come from?
  5:35pm Ike:

A+ indeed. And this is the real freakin' old school. When some people talk about old school, they mean mainstream crap from 1990 or even later. Funk that. Lady B kills all those fools with some kryptonite. I like how she makes herself sound like a supervillain, too, what with all the kryptonite-wielding.
  5:48pm Sean Daily:

Hey hey hey hey HEEEEEY! When did this become Joe Belock's show? (Not that I mind. I'm just wondering)
  5:49pm Well someone had to say it...:

Between us... I wish this show was always on at this time. I mean Irene's show is really good and all, BUT......
  5:52pm Pearlÿ Sweets:

This song kinda reminds me of the dickies. Only kinda. But enough for me to be like, "Hey. This song kinda reminds me of the dickies"
  5:55pm Sean Daily:

And Death rolls on through WFMU! (Probably an unfortunate way of putting that, BUT...)
  5:59pm Anonymous Frequent Commenter:

I can't disagree with Well's comment above. Irene is good but I can't listen to her show at the office because she'll relax me right into a coma. Woody is great.
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