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Grand pianos in the surf, singing frogs, hyphenated psych, outtakes, live collaging, twangy drone, old folk, and ephemeral pop.

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Options December 7, 2009: special guest: famulus & his geiger counter.

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
The Wowz  Happy Today   Options Long Grain Rights  RIYL    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Henry Flynt & The Insurrections  Uncle Sam Do   Options I Don't Wanna  Locust    0:02:05 (Pop-up)
Chris Forsyth  Soft History   Options Dreams  Evolving Ear  feat. Christian Wolff, "The Long Piano" (excerpt) & Nicholas Collins (excerpt)  0:04:51 (Pop-up)
Bread & Puppet  Down By The Riverside   Options 5 December 2009 Theater for the New City      0:15:33 (Pop-up)
Grateful Dead  Black Peter   Options 7 December 1969 Fillmore West      0:16:56 (Pop-up)
Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem  The Parting Glass   Options In Person at Carnegie Hall  Columbia  Liam Clancy, 1935-2009  0:26:15 (Pop-up)
Art Museums  Sculpture Garden   Options Rough Frame  Woodsit    0:33:33 (Pop-up)
The Choir  It's Cold Outside   Options Nuggets: Original Artyfacts From The First Psychedelic Era  Rhino    0:35:25 (Pop-up)
Drug Rug  Haunting You   Options Paint The Fence Invisible  Black and Greene    0:38:14 (Pop-up)
Kurt Vile  He's Alright   Options Childish Prodigy  Matador    0:40:10 (Pop-up)
Jay Bolotin  Winter Woman   Options Jay Bolotin  Locust    0:44:39 (Pop-up)
The Trolleyvox  Mermaid Loop   Options Luzerne  Transit of Venus    0:51:19 (Pop-up)
Magik Markers  Bad Dream / Hartford's Beat Suite   Options Boss  Ecstatic Peace    0:53:35 (Pop-up)
Spider  Midnight on the Nile   Options The Way to Bitter Lake  Storyboard    0:59:01 (Pop-up)
The Abyssinians  Satta Massogana   Options Satta Massagana  Heartbeat    1:10:21 (Pop-up)
Sjob Movement  No One Cares   Options A Move in the Right Direction  Academy    1:15:12 (Pop-up)
  Eberline geiger counter       For more info: http://prometheusfusionperfection.com/ (courtesy @famulusfusion)  1:16:43 (Pop-up)
Phil Kline  The Milky Way   Options Unsilent Night  Canteloupe    1:23:50 (Pop-up)
Richard Crandell  Bells   Options Mbira Magic  Tzadik    1:30:12 (Pop-up)
Russell Haswell  Ant Colony (featuring Eurofighter Typhoon F2 Flyby)   Options Wild Tracks  Edition Mego    1:34:02 (Pop-up)
Penny Duff  Ghost Phone   Options       1:39:16 (Pop-up)
Aidan Baker  The Sea Swells A Bit   Options The Sea Swells A Bit...  A Silent Place    1:44:08 (Pop-up)
Hex Breaker Quintet  I'm Sorry, Officer (excerpt)   Options 4 December 2009 Glasslands      1:54:31 (Pop-up)
801  Tomorrow Never Knows   Options 801 Live  Polydor    2:01:05 (Pop-up)
The Mountain Goats  Ezekiel 7 and the Permanent Efficacy of Grace   Options The Life of the World to Come  4AD    2:13:42 (Pop-up)
Miles Davis  He Loved Him Madly   Options Get Up With It  Columbia    2:18:22 (Pop-up)
Peka Streng and Tasavallan Presidentti  Kylmä kaupunki   Options Magneettmiehen Kuolema  Love    2:49:13 (Pop-up)
Snooks Eaglin  Down By The Riverside   Options Fire In My Bones: Raw, Rare & Otherworldly African-American Gospel, 1944-2007  Tompkins Square    2:56:43 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  3:32am Toronto Jim:

Hi Jesse:

I've from time to time participated in these forums on WFMU, but I don't think your show. I've listened since you started tonight, and have been kinda-slowly zigzagging my head to your thread, if you will. That Clancy Brothers was the key. Nice touch! I'll keep listening...
  3:34am Toronto Jim:

Wouldn't mind some pop, me!
  3:36am Toronto Jim:

Never heard these Art Museums before. Glad I did now.

Got any of the Steppes?
  3:37am jj.:

Welcome, Jim! Glad I could zag to the thread!
  3:39am Toronto Jim:

How about Honeybus? Now there's some sweet pop (well, 1/3 of their oeuvre anyway).
  3:39am jj.:

Hmmm, dunno the Steppes.
  3:41am Toronto Jim:

Steppes? If I were to send it to you immédiatement (via an e-mail addy or some such), would ya play it?
  3:44am jj.:

Would love to hear, Jim, but I've already got too much to cram in tonight. But send away! jj1@wfmu.org
  3:48am Toronto Jim:

Great! (I was just composing a follow-up e-mail in case I'd been clumsy.)

I'll send it (or two, perhaps). I think you'll like them. You might play them on a later show! (I'll bet that you will, too.)

And man! I'm truly enjoying your setlist so far!
  3:49am Annie:

Hullo! We are streaming from Melbourne, Australia!
It' dusk and warm, and you are playing the perfect tunes to end the day. WFMU is so so ace - open all hours! CHEERS! X
  3:54am Toronto Jim:

Hi Annie (and the other part of "we"):

I can imagine how the tunes are fittingly meshing with your Melbourne warmth-dusk.

Odd thing is, it seems just as well suited to my approaching-dawn here in Toronto, where the winter has finally at last blown in.
  3:55am jj.:

Heya Annie! Welcome! I'd sort of planned for cold weather listening, but glad to know it works in warmer climes, too.
  3:57am Toronto Jim:

Unbelievably apt soundtrack. These Majik Markers are making an indelible stain just now. Very cool tunes here.
  3:59am Joshua K:

Hello night animals and europeans etc.
  3:59am Toronto Jim:

Ah -- see? jj meant cold-weather music!
  3:59am jenny colon:

it's cold and rainy in northern california, where nightowl students are just finishing up their homework, drinking tea and shivering in poorly insulated houses. kurt vile is just the thing. thanks!
  4:03am Toronto Jim:

And see! again? Jenny and her cohort halfway over to you, Annie, in N. Cal. also digging the same way as us all. Lovely. I too am drinking tea!
  4:06am Joshua K:

Hmm I have an arduino at home. Thats some open source hackery.
  4:06am Mr. Unpleasant:

The Temperature here in Missoula, in lovely Western Montanastan is a cool and comfortable -15 with the windchill factor taken into consideration. Was in NYC for Halloween. Kindda missing it tonight.
  4:09am tramshed:

Im totally callin bout some quantum, hook me up.
  4:09am Toronto Jim:

Mr Unpleasant: That sucks. I'm feeling for you tonight. Our time's coming too.

Ever noticed?: everybody always misses New York.
  4:10am tramshed:

never been there, im midwest psychotic
  4:15am Toronto Jim:

The plains always get winter first, and often the worst winters. Up here we get the "lake effect" which actually moderates winter a wee bit. (Still very cold, but damp) But Buffalo? Jeezuz, they get it bad every year -- something about the shallowness of Lake Erie...
  4:20am Toronto Jim:

What just happened there? Nothing but eerie clicks and buzzes...
  4:21am Toronto Jim:

Ah, yes -- the geiger counter!
Like it.
  4:22am Joshua K:

Its radiation. Its everywhere man.
  4:22am le doo:

that gieger sound made my hair stood up
  4:23am Toronto Jim:

True dat. Wish I had my own geiger counter -- love to see what's out the window meself.
  4:24am Joshua K:

I guess if you want to learn to solder...

  4:26am Toronto Jim:

This Kline sounds a bit Spiritualized-ish, eh?
  4:34am Toronto Jim:

...and so does this Crandell fella. I like them both!
  4:40am fbaube:

Fade away and irradiate...
  4:44am Toronto Jim:

Bye all. Still listening, but my main computer needs a reboot.

Jesse, I will send you a couple "Steppes" tunes... later!
  4:48am jj.:

Later, Jim!
  5:41am Mr. Unpleasant:

Good thinking peoples' music tonight.
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