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Options January 4, 2011: Don't Call it a Comeback

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New
Hanno Leichtmann  The African Twintower Suite Theme   Options The African Twintower Suite  Dekorder    *  
Charis Xanthoudakis  Study II   Options Greek Electronic Music (v/a)  Creel Pone     
Max Noi Mach  Devil City   Options In the Shadows  White Denim    *  
Die Gesunden  Die Gesunden Kommen   Options s/t       

Music behind DJ:
Gold Panda 





Heavy D & the Boyz  Chunky but Funky   Options 12"  MCA     
Black Simon    Black Simon      *  
Liquid Liquid  Optimo   Options Optimo EP  99     
La Lupe  Jugando Mama, Jugando   Options Pur Teatro  Fania    *  
Milford Graves Percussion Ensemble  Nothing 19   Options Percussion Ensembe w/ Sonny Morgan  ESP     
Jimmy Hyacinthe  Yatchiminou   Options Ivory Coast Soul  Hot Casa    *  
Asha Bhosle  Peene Ke Baad Aati Hai Yaad   Options Bullet       
Jim Leonard  Beautiful Ohio   Options Super Saw  Em     
Khana Mai Sak  Khon Sueng Tueng   Options Kham Mueang Disco       
K-X-P  Aibal Dub   Options K-X-P  Smalltown Supersound    *  
Grauzone  Eisbar   Options        
Cold Warrior and the Mercenary Band  Vietnam   Options New Wave Underground: U.S. Artists 1980-83 (V/A)       
Bare Wires  Romantic Girl   Options Live on WFMU    on Evan Funk Davies show   
Gibson Brothers  Big Pine Boogie   Options Build a Raft  Columbus Discount    *  
The Cramps  Can't Hardly Stand It   Options Bad Music For Bad People  I.R.S.     
Chris Thompson  Hugo Spellman   Options Chris Thompson  Sunbeam    *  
Ananda Shankar   Kaziranga Beat   Options A Musical Discovery of India  Fallout     
Sexteto Tabala de Palenque  Esto es Candela   Options The Womexizer 10  Womex    *  
Duke of Iron  Undercover Man   Options More Bedbugs: Muriel's 2007 Calypso Treasure    Irwin's 2007 Marathon premium   
Archie Shepp  Hambone   Options Fire Music  Impulse     

Music behind DJ:





S. Piliso & His Super Seven  Kuya Hanjwa   Options Next Stop...Soweto: Township Sounds from the Golden Age of Mbaqanga (V/A)  Strut    *  
Rikki Ililonga & Musi-O-Tunya  Mpondolo   Options Dark Sunrise  Now Again    *  
Junior & the Classics  The Dog   Options Dr. Boogie Presents Wasa Wasa: Fabulous Rhythm 'n' Blues Shakers on the Dancefloor! 1958-1968  Sub Rosa    *  
Doug Bragg  Lovin' On My Mind   Options Dixie Rockabillies CD 3       
Modern Mountaineers  Dirty Dog Blues   Options Triomphes de La Country Music Vol. 14       
Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra  Second Hand Rose   Options Dance-O-Mania: Hot Orchestras and Bands of the 1920s    Mac's 2004 WFMU marathon premium   

Music behind DJ:
Chris McGregor & the Castle Lager Big Band 

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Giacinto Scelsi  Hispania (II Moderato)   Options Piano Works 4  Mode    *  
Mary Lou Williams  Dirge Blues   Options Black Christ Of The Andes  Smithsonian Folkways     
Dadwah  Run Come Rally   Options Peace & Love  Trojan     

Music behind DJ:
Robert Turman 


Way Down 



UTFO  Hangin' Out   Options 12"       
Dads  Dub Creek   Options Hat Creek 7"  Katorga Works    *  

Music behind DJ:
Chancha Via Circuito 






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Listener comments!

  12:22am Joey K:

Word up on dat Heavy D, boy
  12:23am Joey K:

Next up MC Lyte, yo!
  12:23am Woody:

Yep yep, he's "fat" with an "f".
  12:39am coalhard:

ป--i've been fishing for some good music-must be my lucky day
  12:40am osvi:

My dad took us to watch "Disorderlies" at the drive-in. Awesome. Oh, "Big Top Pee Wee" also played. Gigantically epic night.
  12:42am Woody:

Disorderlies was definitely quite bad. Heard one of the Fat Boys is now like a fitness guru or something although sounds like good urban legend...
  12:48am Joey K:

@coalhard: in case you like ephemera, the character before the "--i've" in your post is a consonant in the Thai alphabet.
  12:52am fleep:

nightly coalhard sighting, making note in the bird book
  12:56am fleep:

Ringo Starr School of Drumming
  1:01am coalhard:

for a minute there i thought i laid an egg
  1:02am Woody:

Had new respect for Ringo after watching the 1964 Washington concert on iTunes... not sure if they still have it up for free, but definitely kicks out the jamz.
  1:05am coalhard:

ringo was the eggman koo koo ka chew
  1:10am fleep:

Gary Numan Wannabe?
  1:13am Joey K:

Gary Numan does amazing industrial/electronica/weirdo DJ sets in London these days. Bet he knows Heavy D, too.
  1:18am Julie:

Gary is DJ'ing in London? Wow.
  1:26am Joey K:

He's alive! And pretty awesome. Been doing it intermittently for years now, mostly in London - but elsewhere, too! See you there.
  1:31am Yair Yona:

Great show so far Woody! I interviewed Chris Thompson for my blog Small Town Romance last year when his album was still unavailable. See smalltownromanceblog.com and search his name
  1:33am Woody:

Thanks for the props and the 411!
  1:37am Julie:

Oh I know he's alive, I think he was at Primavera and I didn't hear anything good about his show.
  1:41am bill:

man is this stuff powerful. Truly frightening
  1:43am Joey K:

He ain't no archie shepp, dats fer sure. i was torn at an early age between the schepp/cecil taylor school and goth......still torn. awesome, woody!
  1:53am coalhard:

i love those that post comments here--amazing people!!!--i learn something everyday!!
  1:57am Woody:

Joey, trying to think of any particularly goth-y free jazz type stuff but can't think of anything that would count. New genre? Any suggestions folks?
  2:04am Julie:

Ooh I'd like to know the answer to that one too
  2:13am coalhard:

BINGO---and i don't mean a dog's name
  2:19am Joey K:

If only Siouxsie & the Banshees and Art Ensemble of Chicago had accidentally been double-booked in the Reagan-Thatcher era.... Think this might be a genre for the future. Oh, wait - isn't the future now? I've been hitting the dehydrated water pretty hard and am getting confused...
  2:35am coalhard:

speaking of confused---there is breaking news out--i know this is not proper forum...we would rather talk about the music----but a plane was diverted a few minutes ago to canada because of nav problems--plus birds dropping out of air and fish die-off--i'm not religious but something strange is going on
  2:37am Woody:

Plane diverted for communication problems doesn't seem like Jah.
  2:40am coalhard:

somehow they got message to go to canada--believe was nav problem
  2:44am Julie:

Joey the future is NOW. Oops. Now it's the past. We missed it.
  2:49am coalhard:

julie maybe an alien sent here to calm the masses--i feel better just thinking about it
  2:49am Joey K:

Man, those frogs that freeze completely when touched and then come back to life after 15 minutes are great. I bet there's free-jazz goth in Germany. Somewhere in Germany it must exist. The amazing Sainkho Namtchylak used to roll with free jazz cats in her early days (and may still) - of course, she's far from goth, but not _too_ far....that throat singing stuff is always scary.
  2:56am Julie:

We're glad you're back, Woody!
  3:00am Joey K:

Fantastic show, thanks! Enjoyed it a lot!!
  3:17pm Looms:

Escellent soundtrack to our last vaycay dinner here. Happy 2011, Woody!
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