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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 June 21, 2010: vuvuzelliscope.

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
The Chiffons  Nobody Knows What's Going On in My Mind But Me   Options Sweet Talkin' Guy  Collectables    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Kevin Dunn  Nadine   Options No Great Lost: Songs, 1979-1985  Casa Nueva    0:02:17 (Pop‑up)
Gene Clark  Is Yours Is Mine   Options Collector's Edition: Early L.A. Sessions  Columbia    0:06:41 (Pop‑up)
Link Wray  Tucson, Arizona   Options Be What You Want To  Polydor    0:09:04 (Pop‑up)
Carl Simmons  Walking Through the Valley   Options Honeysuckle Tendrals Bonus EP 7"  Sacred Bones    0:13:36 (Pop‑up)
Bob Dylan  Not Dark Yet   Options Time Out of Mind  Columbia    0:15:30 (Pop‑up)
Arcn Templ  Innocence and Ignorance   Options Emanations of a New World  Utech    0:27:10 (Pop‑up)
Richard Osborn  A Dream of Distant Summer   Options Beyond Berkeley Guitar  Tompkins Square    0:29:49 (Pop‑up)
Annea Lockwood  Floating World   Options Thousand Year Dreaming/Floating World  Pogus    0:38:55 (Pop‑up)
Rhys Chatham  Two Gongs   Options An Angel Moves Too Fast to See: Selected Works 1971-1989  Table of the Elements    1:10:28 (Pop‑up)
  vuvuzelas!         1:29:40 (Pop‑up)
The Moles  Wires   Options Untune The Sky  Flydaddy    1:39:36 (Pop‑up)
The Chords  Sh-Boom   Options Doo Wop Classics, v. 6  Rhino    1:51:36 (Pop‑up)
Velvet Davenport  Get Out   Options Get Out 7-inch  Shdwply    1:54:00 (Pop‑up)
Woods  Blood Dries Darker   Options At Echo Lake  Woodsist    1:56:11 (Pop‑up)
Barn Owl  Into the Red Horizon   Options The Conjurer  Root Strata  feat. "58 37' N 159 59' W" by Douglas Quin from "Fathom" (Taiga)  2:00:40 (Pop‑up)
Rafael Toral  Part III   Options Space  Taiga    2:13:34 (Pop‑up)
Makigami Koichi  Chakanzirme   Options Tokyo Taiga  Tzadik    2:26:38 (Pop‑up)
Bharat Karki and Party  A Trip to Khathmandu   Options International Music  EM    2:33:36 (Pop‑up)
Talking Heads  Girlfriend Is Better   Options Speaking In Tongues  Sire    2:36:13 (Pop‑up)
Wendy May Chambers  New York, New York   Options Gravikords, Whirlies, and Pyrophones  Ellipsis Arts    2:41:15 (Pop‑up)
Sein Hing Ensemble  Single Man With Kids   Options My Friend Rain  Sublime Frequencies    2:43:37 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:15am Look at the lake.:

makes you almost forget link wray started the 'power chord'...
  3:30am “teevee” vuvuzula:

yeah, stan's show has got a great dreamy wash! i herd it.
  3:33am jj.:

Better be prepared to get what you wish for in a screenname, Teevee. If I can call you that.
  3:35am bells "bees". rasta:

yikes, well you mean like the above??!
  3:41am jj.:

Perhaps all of the above!
  3:45am Sunset Park, Bright-on-Beach:

ohh sh!t! you know i got lost in the park tonight & a rasta man grabbed my wrist and said 'i know where your friends are. they're beneath the big tree in the moonlight.' and guess what it was no joke %@^!
  3:47am taste of russia/ mark it rate:

sorry about the profanities. on multiple accounts. especially in the context of this super kind audioscore.
  3:47am Garrett Dwight:

ha. Excellent use of field recordings. I can feel my psychogeography shifting.
  3:50am crawdad in yr crayfish:

i think it must be considered daily that that word 'psychogeography' is the bane of all nyrkrs.. ,yes?!
  3:54am jj.:

Y'think so, Crawfisherbrah? Because we live on unstable psychogeographic fault lines?
  3:56am In your sand:

Especially when the phone rings, after the sound of bees!!
  3:58am avenu U:

I dunno, dj. do you not agree?
  4:01am jj.:

Well, it's sometimes a silly term. But also sometimes useful. I'd rather see travel ads that trumpet changing one's psychogeography than one's, er, latitude.
  4:05am don't hold the doors' wonder wheel:

yeah that's what we've come to recently, those subversive-on-multiple-scores ads. i guess tho latitude is at least more straightforward.
  4:12am garrett dwight:

geography is largely a mythology of spatial reality, a fantasy about space
  4:17am lurch of surf:

hmm. i haven't heard any of this type of chatham piece. nice to hear a variation on those prevalent guitars!
  4:21am jj.:

Yeah, lovely piece. His first/oldest, if I'm not mistaken.
  4:25am watermelon willie nelson.:

oh cool. super submersive rhythm. dovetails nicely with the wave-like trend of the audio recordings. i think chatham is really into horoscopes, if i'm not mistaken.. thinking of the here and now solstice :-)
  4:33am garrett dwight:

drum circles and bon fires howling at the moon
  4:33am Firehydrate:

aaaahhh! run..... he heeeee
  4:36am garrett dwight:

for whatever reason. I feel like I know you
  4:36am manhattan ville geisserss.:

there's no attribution.. did you play these strange instruments, jesse?
  4:37am hamburger:

  4:37am greysoul:

Spin a long one, Mr. DJ, and go find yourself a copy of Tex & Molly In The Afterlife (by Richard Grant).

It's a fine sooouuullllstice adventure.
  4:39am jj.:

Playing from a few different sources.
  4:40am garrett dwight:

Yeah you must be a human. I've been outta the loop
  4:43am <end of poem>:

wow, is that looking through the wrong end of a vuvuzela?! funny, the 1st day of the world cup i listened to this song on the drive home. it's good!
  4:50am post poem1:

at least you don't have a vuvezwhateveritis as a ring tone. encountered that one already.
  5:35am greysoul:

You done good, Mr. DJ, you old salt, you.
  5:37am pp2:

it'd have to be the disco lights in the closet b/c it's incredibly bright out a'ready..
  5:37am garrett dwight:

we're still with ya
  5:37am garrett dwight:

not on the west coast it isn't
  5:39am pp2:

ok, sorry. no wonder you have such a positive take on psychogeography! as the rasta dude told me: "postive". "one love".
  5:42am annie:

enjoying the show very much!!! been here since 5..
  5:46am garrett dwight:

only if we're flyin' on a windy road with a belly full of grub doing back to back shots.... generating spontaneous revolutionary action like a preteen terror hyped up on skittles.
  5:48am pp3:

  5:48am jj.:

Electric. Thx for joining as always, all! Time to start gathering up the mess I made.
  5:50am pp4:

g'luck with the orderliness! fun to be disorderly, for a bit!
  5:56am garrett dwight:

postmodernity... what the hell..
  6:01am garrett dwight:

and the the mood shifts...
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