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Options April 22, 2009: Fill In For Kenny G

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
P.E. Hewitt Jazz Ensemble  I'm Wondering Why   Options Winter Winds [1970]  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
The Continental Singers  It's Getting Late   Options It's Getting Late For the Great Planet Earth [Light-5606 1973]  0:04:46 (Pop‑up)
Ray Sunshine  I Am A Robot   Options Blue Skies Forever (1979)  0:08:19 (Pop‑up)
The Continental Singers  Sixth Prophet - 666   Options It's Getting Late For the Great Planet Earth [Light-5606 1973]  0:10:59 (Pop‑up)
Mariah  Fujiyu No Nezumi   Options Utakata no Hibi (1983)  0:14:37 (Pop‑up)
Pompeo Stillo & The Companions  He Was a Guitar Player and Now Plays Machine Gun In Vietnam   Options 7" (IFK 302)  0:23:05 (Pop‑up)
Henri Michel Raschle  The Dance Of The Demons   Options Daemonia: The Magic Trip Through Your Soul  0:25:43 (Pop‑up)
Ramond Smolover  Thirty Spokes   Options Where the Rainbows End [Covenant] 1972  0:28:50 (Pop‑up)
People With Chairs Up Their Noses  Go To Jail   Options Fast Forward Issue 008 [1981]  0:32:17 (Pop‑up)
Black Randy & the Metrosquad  I Wanna Be A Nark   Options Pass the Dust, I Think I'm Bowie  0:35:25 (Pop‑up)
Toby Laurie  One Boy Has Died In The War   Options Vietnam  0:36:55 (Pop‑up)
Alicia Mays  Summer Days   Options Skinnydipping in the Flowers [Golden Anchor '76]  0:44:20 (Pop‑up)
Prince Rama of Ayodhya  Beast of Jewels   Options Devotional [Demo]  0:47:10 (Pop‑up)
Chance  Just Yr Way Of Tellin' Me   Options In Search [1981]  0:52:01 (Pop‑up)
Shuggie Rodelle / Imbiblio Band  16   Options The Imbiblio Band 1966-1977 [cdr]  0:55:43 (Pop‑up)
Twins and Rig Veda  Big and Mean   Options Boy Saves Hedgehog [1984]  0:57:32 (Pop‑up)
Samuel Belay  Aynotchesh Yerefu   Options VA - Africa 100  0:59:19 (Pop‑up)
The Immortals  The Ultimate Warlord   Options The Ultimate Warlord [Moby Dick Records (US) 1981]  1:02:26 (Pop‑up)
4m International  Space Operator   Options Space Operator [good vibes ITA 1982]  1:13:54 (Pop‑up)
Sferic Experiment  Time Out of Time   Options Sci-Fi / Hi-Fi [1994 Drunken Fish]  1:18:04 (Pop‑up)
Brigth Engelberts Discogram Productions  Civilization in the World   Options The Danque !!! A Compilation of West African Funk [2003]  1:21:49 (Pop‑up)
Peter King  Mystery Tour   Options VA - Africa 100  1:27:58 (Pop‑up)
Kathy Viger  Have Faith   Options I Have a Song to Sing [Faith 1973]  1:36:12 (Pop‑up)
Cleoma Falcon  Prends Done Courage   Options va - I Don't Feel At Home In This World Anymore 1927-1948  1:39:59 (Pop‑up)
Paul Ott  Ole Blue   Options Gives "A Message to Mankind" 1970  1:43:01 (Pop‑up)
Vos Cantu Monemus  Barbarous   Options Words Never Said (1969)  1:45:30 (Pop‑up)
Mike Craig  Arionza On My Mind   Options Daughter of the Moon [MM Records 197x]  1:49:14 (Pop‑up)
George "Bongo Joe" Coleman  This World is in a Terrible Condition   Options VA - Field Recordings Vol. 6: Texas (1933-1958)  1:52:52 (Pop‑up)
The Carolinians  Bad Condition   Options VA - Charlotte N.C. Gospel (1920-1938)  1:57:59 (Pop‑up)
Alaska y Los Pegamoides  Bote de Colon   Options s.t. 1982  2:02:33 (Pop‑up)
2x4's  Alaska y Los Pegamoides   Options 1980 7"  2:04:47 (Pop‑up)
Foot Village  Bones   Options Foot Village  2:07:57 (Pop‑up)
The Better Beatles  Lady Madonna   Options Mercy Beat [2007 re]  2:10:39 (Pop‑up)
Jesus [JPM]  La Calvaire   Options s.t. 1969 EP  2:13:04 (Pop‑up)
Strong Heart  Mutant Love   Options S.T. 1992 Cassette  2:15:33 (Pop‑up)
Sferic Experiment  I Must...   Options Sci-Fi / Hi-Fi [1994 Drunken Fish]  2:19:00 (Pop‑up)
Harte 10  I Love You   Options S.T. 1983 [GER]  2:20:45 (Pop‑up)
Syntoma  Subliminal   Options No Me Puedo Controlar (Mexico 1984)  2:24:22 (Pop‑up)
Mike Fiems  How Will It Be?   Options I Would Dream (1974 Vermillion)  2:32:50 (Pop‑up)
Linda & Paul  This Train   Options Just Us 2  2:36:20 (Pop‑up)
Irene Christina Rut-Mari  Maria Magdalena   Options Jesus Är Vägen Sanningen Och Livet (Sweden 197x)  2:38:20 (Pop‑up)
Mme. Riviere's Hawaiians  E Mamma Ea   Options I Don't Feel At Home In This World Anymore 1927-1948  2:42:05 (Pop‑up)
Dave Porter  Where Do Clouds Go   Options s.t. 197x  2:44:43 (Pop‑up)
'Superrock'  Hush   Options A Columbia Music Treasury [Columbia Record Club 1969]  2:48:12 (Pop‑up)
Tim Callander  Watch Me Fly   Options Future (JTCM Records 1979 Minneapolis)  2:51:12 (Pop‑up)
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Listener comments!

  12:10pm tim:

This is MY kind of music. Nice going Jason!
  12:11pm PMD:

Innnnteresting so far - hi!
  12:12pm GP:

Sounds good so far Jason...however I need to go to lunch..so until then.....
  12:13pm Pearly Sweets:

Boom tiss da boom boom tiss
  12:14pm NS Andy:

Hooray for the End of Days!!!
  12:15pm stingy d:

kenny g is going to be extra upset next week.
  12:16pm stingy d:

ps - got any gospel yeh-yeh?
  12:16pm Ikhnaton and Eskaton:

This "6th Prophet" song reminds of something: the new presidential limo called "the Beast". Hmmm, even a lapsed Catholic shudders.
  12:17pm Beelzebub:

The Hell with KennyG
  12:17pm Cecile:

Hey, jason, glad you put up the comments!
  12:18pm Sean Daily:

Not even close to first comment! Woo hoo!
  12:19pm Beth:

Very good to listen to while eating moussaka.
  12:19pm Pearly Sweets:

How's this: boom boom ta boom boom ta boom boom ta badoomtisstiss boom boom ta...
  12:19pm Apoc' Folk:

Also, the cream in my morning coffee began to curdle violently in my cup during the inauguration speech. I'm just sayin'.
  12:20pm annie:

i want the bew-bew-bew
  12:21pm Lucifer:

The Continental Singers will play a gig in Paterson on July 24.

I will, of course, be there.
  12:22pm Cecile:

who put the bew in the bew-bew-bew?
  12:23pm jk:

hey jelbogen, glad to hear you on the radio again
  12:23pm annie-san:

ok let me get this straight: you want us to say it nastily? or something nasty? or say something nasty nastily?
  12:23pm Jason:

Never apologize, never explain.
Kenny never would
  12:23pm ?:

Fujiyuu no Nezumi - "rats of inconvenience"?
  12:24pm Bad Ronald:

the Bewley Brothers.
  12:25pm Larry Flint:

You actually want an explanation?
  12:25pm ?:

I want a translation.
  12:25pm Bewno:

  12:26pm Not Larry Flint:

Nasty is as nasty does.
  12:26pm Cecile:

mean-nasty or sexy-nasty?
  12:27pm KUMA:

>"rats of inconvenience"
  12:27pm still b/p:

Sounds like Big Blood backin' this guy.
  12:27pm Happy Listener:

Wow, this is some serious Hanoi Jane, "Yankee Go Home" balladry.
  12:28pm ?:

Doumou arigatou gozaimasu, Kuma-san!
  12:36pm Cjecileshimji:

Comment board! More accurate than wikipedia 40% of the time!
  12:39pm Douchy Promo Guy:

I think the Go-gos should open up for you, Black Randy. Or Tuxedomoon. They draw 300-400 people in San Francisco.
  12:40pm Pearly Sweets:

Hey, Randy, we are setting up a show with you and Tuxedomoon.
  12:41pm dragonflyjiards:

4outa5 doktors.....anyway-i usually get my info fromKISS-fm..(does that still exist?)
  12:49pm dragonfryjiards:

i think he likes your ass...Jason-its ok-its true-about overpopulation...anyway,vgotta do some work-'back ina bit...Thank you
  12:50pm Cecile:

Jason, can you turn off the comments?
Board hasn't been playing nice lately. It just takes 1-2 people.
  1:07pm Jason Elbogen:

Comments are reenabled.
Anyone making a comment that doesn't have to do with my show will get cancer.
  1:08pm Cecile:

I liked that Prince Rama a lot. Hadn't heard that one yet.
  1:10pm jon:

Nice vibes, Jason. I esp. enjoyed Twins and Rig Veda and Samuel Belay.
  1:14pm jon:

Oh L. Voag... I know that stuff. It's great.
  1:15pm Cecile:

where can I find that Shuggie Rodelle?
I remember reading an article on him years ago in OP magazine
  1:15pm Sean Daily:

I'm sorry, I was busy doing work and being a productive member of society (I know, it's a personality defect). How were people being nasty and calling each other boogerheads?
  1:17pm Sean Daily:

Did you hear that! Jason is shocked (pause) SHOCKED at your behavior, people. YOU DID THIS TO HIM! HOW CAN YOU LOK AT YOURSELVES IN THE MIRROR!
  1:17pm Sean Daily:

  1:18pm Cecile:

yesterday was rough on Joe's show. It was heading that way.
  1:18pm annie-san:

there is this tiny little baby mouse wandering around the floor, s/he has no idea .. he stops and wipes his little paws.. . just changing the subject, that's all.
  1:21pm Cecile:

aw, mousie! I'll bet mousie loves 4am International, too!
  1:22pm annieji:

cecile, the puppy is ready to come home to mama. and she is part husky. yeah i think the music is confusing the creature.
  1:22pm still b/p:

No fear of humans = rabid.
Get out, get out, Annie! Grab the seeds and the coffee cup and flee!
  1:23pm jon:

Jason: where do you find twins and rig veda recordings? I searched on the web and can't find them.
  1:24pm Cecile:

Oh, great! Now you can listen to WFMU with your cute pup at your feet. That should be pretty amusing. That is so exciting!
  1:26pm annie:

start that puppy right, no doubt! and i still have yet to arrive at a name. she can tear up the part of the garden i have dedicated to parq. for his dog/garden enjoyment.
  1:26pm holland_oats:

i'm likin this track
  1:27pm Cecile:

  1:27pm Jason Elbogen:

Jon-- The Twins and Rig Veda was just a cassette that came out in the 80's. But search for L.Voag/The Homosexuals and you'll find a bunch of other similar stuff that's available...
  1:29pm That guy called Parq:

Jason, I noticed a lot of new names in the posts for the first hour. You brought out lots of new voices, and good for you. But I guess they all said their pieces and shut up because now it's just what Mad Mag calls the Usual Gang of Idiots (like me).
  1:31pm dc pat:

right on, GoI!!!
  1:32pm annie-san:

parq, i putting a bench in the garden just for you. :)
  1:33pm AnAnoymousParty:

Way to paint us with a broad brush, I'm an imbecile, I'll have you know.
  1:34pm Cecile:

NO, Parq,

I asked Jason to shut it down because someone called someone else an ass. I dont' know what Jason's ultimate rationale was, but I felt it could get out of hand. just like yesteday. Joe didn't shut the board down cause of the commenters, per se, but it needed doin'.

I know, who died and made me moderator?
  1:34pm Bad Ronald:

Me cretin.
  1:35pm Cecile:

Anyway. Now I am going to get cancer. Great.
  1:36pm G.:

Comment cancer. Comment cancel. Same thing, if you have the right accent :-)
  1:36pm Pearly Sweets:

Today we mourn the memory of Bad Ronald who has passed away and made Cecile moderator?
  1:37pm Pearly Sweets:

Sorry. I am lost after lunch and just want to jump right into the foray! That Peter King song made me feel like I was in a 70's flick in which I was the good-to-be-bad hero.
  1:38pm holland_oats:

so 'brigth' wasn't a typo for 'bright'?
  1:38pm Bad Ronald:

No, no, no! I said "Me cretin" in response to AnAnoymousParty not "me, cretin" in response to Cecile...
  1:39pm jon:

thanks Jason
  1:39pm annieji:

i'm confused.
  1:39pm Cecile:

Yeah. I figured it out.

Anyway! Where do I find Shuggie Rodelle!

Think about puppies, Annie.
  1:40pm still b/p:

Cecile has great powers, can blink comments off, lives in bottle, Major Healy hot for her.
  1:40pm Parq:

Okay, idiots take the melody, cretins do the bass fill and imbeciles take the high, descending harmony. Everybody, now. A-one-two-three . . .
  1:40pm fishmonkeystew:

lurk lurk lurk.

Hello all! Thanks for the great show, Jason.

More beer!
  1:42pm AnAnonymousParty:

So what are the morons supposed to do, clap?
  1:42pm Bad Ronald:

  1:43pm Parq:

Clap for the morons, you gon' dig it 'til the day you die.
  1:43pm AnAnonymousParty:

Ah, what a fine photo we'd make, eh?
  1:44pm G.:

Did someone mention confusion? Apparently we should all simply sink into it, as into a warm tub. :-)

Great eclectic sound selections, Mr. Elbow :-)
  1:45pm GP:

Viger, no wait, Veger, OMG it's Voyager
  1:45pm annie:

hhmmm sinking into a warm tub of butter- noo, i meant confusion..
  1:46pm Cecile:

Parq, I was going to post that!
  1:47pm GP:

This is too good not to share:

YES, it is music related.
  1:48pm Parq:

If I tried to sink into a warm tub and found it full of butter, I'd be pretty confused.

Jason, finestkind music. All of these comments are about your show in some global, cosmic sense. Truly.
  1:48pm Sean Daily:

Blue's Clues?
  1:50pm Pearly Sweets:

That is true, Parq. Kinda like how, even though it is mostly the same people, from show to show the topics/conversations/etc. start fresh. Not just a continuation from the previous show.
  1:53pm A. Nonymous:

Cecile, maybe I read it wrong, but Joe B.'s anger yesterday seemed to have been prompted by some comments you posted.

ObCancerPrevention: this show is reminding me of Tony Coulter, and I mean that as a compliment.
  1:55pm Cecile:

I emailed and asked him that very question. He said it wasn't me.
  1:56pm Cecile:

See you on Irwin's show, guys.
  1:56pm see ya:

  1:59pm vc:

holy shucks....i like this track!
  2:00pm Parq:

I was out for much of the show, but this current off-off-mainstream Americana direction (that's Americana in the old sense, not as in a/k/a alt-country) is engrossing.
  2:00pm GP:

Man....the whistling portion of this song is amazing....would love to have a sample of that.
  2:04pm annie:

the feeling i have has been transferred to a deep tub of comfort
  2:05pm BSI:

I know I'd much rather be in a bad condition, vs. a terrible condition.
  2:10pm Pearly Sweets:

I'd rather be in an air condition?
  2:12pm GP:

Any other songs about metalworking come to mind?
  2:12pm G.:

If you're local to FMU, you will be thinking of a/c when it is 85 degrees every day Saturday to Monday. Or so they predict. Break out the ukelele CDs.
  2:12pm Pearly Sweets:

Hooray for Foot Village!
  2:12pm stingy d:

thinking fellers union?
  2:13pm BSI:

Scratch that.
I'd rather be in a rancid motel room on the outskirts of Foot Village.
  2:13pm fishmonkeystew:

Boy, it sound like I missed some fireworks yesterday. Fun fun.
  2:13pm fishmonkeystew:

Here's the missing s.
  2:15pm Pearly Sweets:

I liked the shitty beatles better. I saw them play with the Jolly Green Giants the other day. It was not just a clever name.
  2:16pm Pete Best:

That wasn't the Beatles?
  2:18pm Pete Worst:

More like the Beat To Hells.
  2:19pm Pete Okay:

I didn't mind it.
  2:19pm GP:

PW..to you sir:

  2:20pm PW:

Ta, ducks.
  2:22pm Parq:

I had thought about commenting as Pete Breast and saying something about the Teatles, but that would be out of line, wouldn't it?
  2:22pm GP:

I'm out..gotta go do some worjk.
  2:23pm GP:

worjk = work but not Bjork
  2:23pm Pearly Sweets:

I also had a breast comment, but felt it would have been out of line.
  2:24pm Cecile:

Ahhhhh, Harte 10!
I love them. I have this Moers LP by them, the most crazy, charming band.
  2:25pm Pearly Sweets:

I am really digging this jam. Cecile, we're quoting each other again, damn it all
  2:26pm Cecile:

yeah. We are joined at the brainstem, I think.
  2:27pm Pearly Sweets:

Does that mean one of us dies when we get the surgery?
  2:28pm Cecile:

I hope to hell not. I Iike you, but not that much.
  2:30pm Pearly Sweets:

The REMOVAL surgery so that we can go and live normal lives where people don't make the same comments at the same time on accuplaylists!
  2:32pm Cecile:

eh, any point worth making is worth running into the ground.
  2:34pm G.:

"Any point worth making is worth running into the ground."

I Smell Poster!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  2:35pm Cecile:

nah, is me.
  2:35pm rob w:

Watertown is indeed just a couple of miles from downtown Boston, Jason. It's a good neighborhood for Armenian food!
  2:40pm Parq:

I love this song. It takes me back to a bar in the Bronx in which I somehow ended up, where I met and befriended a folky duo that did a great version of it.
  2:41pm ~L:

Get your stuffed grape leaves at ARAX!
  2:42pm Parq:

It also brings to mind an old (I return to this topic) Mad Mag piece, in which it was turned into a protest song for bad restaurants: "This please got surly waiters, this place -- This place got surly waiters, moldy bread and rancid taters, this place to no one caters, this place."
  2:47pm ~L:

Eliza Dusku was born and raised in Watertown!
  2:47pm G.:

Hi *did* break out the ukelele CDs!!! :-P We're 48 hours from sundrenched August...
  2:49pm maria:

Like this. Who was/is Dave Porter? Never heard of him.
  2:50pm jeff:

hi this set is great, nut has there been a sched. change?
  2:51pm G.:

  3:00pm Genre Police:

"recorded between 1890 and 2009"

Thanks for narrowing it down for us.
  3:04pm mike:

Jason, it was good to have you back. great show.
  10:24pm stephen bram:

dear jason, fast forward came from melbourne australia.
not britain.
  10:32pm Maria:

was pleasantly surprised to hear the 45 by Pompeo Stillo. in "accented english"
since I have every single one of his CD's but in his native tongue Italian...
and those are on YouTube. He is an great author too. Thanks for playing the
probably one and only song in English.
  3:05am Charlie:

I don't know if this will still post in 2012, but what a cool site! I just listened to a recording I played bass on in 1974. I had no idea it was on the Internet! Thanks Jason for this site! What interesting music.
  4:24am Mike F::

I just saw an album I did in 1974 and saw a post from my Best friend and Bass player on that album, Charlie. He was incredible then, you should hear him now! We're still together all these years later although close to Two Thousand miles apart. Thanks for playing this music, thanks for the site and thank you for "I Would Dream" on Vinyl, just like yesterday in Tucson.
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