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Favoriting January 31, 2011: buffer bumping.

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Valby Vokalgruppe  Gogen Fra Kina   Favoriting De Syv Mundes Fest  Eget vaerelse/Labelkollektiv    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Salyu          0:01:39 (Pop-up)
Bachelorette  Little Bird Tells Lies   Favoriting My Electric Family  Drag City    0:03:33 (Pop-up)
エミー・ジャクソン/ジャッキー吉川とブルー・コメッツ  Angelfish   Japanese Rockin' Psyche & Punk '65-71: Psychedelic Man      0:05:36 (Pop-up)
Petula Clark  Donne Moi   Favoriting C'est Chic! French Girl Singers Of The 1960s  Ace    0:08:11 (Pop-up)
Mynah Birds  It's My Time   Favoriting Complete Motown Singles, v. 6: 1966  Hip-O    0:10:41 (Pop-up)
The Dentists  I Had An Excellent Dream   Favoriting Some People are on the Pitch They Think It's All Over It is Now  Spruck    0:12:49 (Pop-up)
Oscillating Fan Club  Potential Getaway Driver   Favoriting       0:16:52 (Pop-up)
Spectre Folk  The Blackest Medicine   Favoriting The Blackest Medicine, Vol. II  Woodsist    0:18:50 (Pop-up)
The Feelies  Should Be Gone   Favoriting Here Before  Bar/None    0:23:31 (Pop-up)
The Marvelettes  Strange I Know   Favoriting The Ultimate Collection  Motown    0:32:00 (Pop-up)
Puttin On The Ritz  Here She Comes Now   Favoriting White Light/White Heat  Hot Cup    0:34:39 (Pop-up)
Julia Kent  Ailanthus   Favoriting Green & Grey  Important    0:37:34 (Pop-up)
Planet Earth Rock & Roll Orchestra  Rounds (aka Eep Hour)   Favoriting PERRO Sessions      0:41:49 (Pop-up)
Barn Owl & the Infinite Strings Ensemble  Condensation   Favoriting The Headlands  Important    0:45:35 (Pop-up)
Jana Winderen  Isolation/Measurement   Favoriting Energy Field  Touch    0:53:47 (Pop-up)
Mist  #1   Favoriting Glowing Net  Pizza Wagon    1:01:46 (Pop-up)
Aphex Twin  Curtains   Favoriting Selected Ambient Works, v. 2  Warp    1:03:46 (Pop-up)
Deuter  Babylon   Favoriting D  Kuckuck    1:11:06 (Pop-up)
Matfield and the Pond  The Energy Crisis   Favoriting Not Qute 'It'  Distortion    1:24:52 (Pop-up)
MX-80 Sound  Crushed Ice   Favoriting Hard Attack  ILPS    1:26:24 (Pop-up)
Sex Mob  Dr. Yes   Favoriting Does Bond  Ropeadope  John Barry, 1933-2011.  1:29:28 (Pop-up)
Elizabeth Clare Prophet  Invocation for the judgement against and destruction of rock music   Favoriting The Sounds of American Doomsday Cults Vol 14      1:40:59 (Pop-up)
High Wolf  Bizarre Moonlight   Favoriting Incapulco  Sergent Massacre    1:52:33 (Pop-up)
Andreas Bick  Tikal Dawn   Favoriting       1:57:49 (Pop-up)
Sun Ra  I Am Not A Fantasy   Favoriting Strange Worlds In My Mind  Norton    2:01:36 (Pop-up)
The Son of P.M.  Manohraluifai   Favoriting Hey Klong Yao!  Em    2:04:29 (Pop-up)
The Okmoniks  Teenage Heartbeat   Favoriting Party Fever  Slovenly    2:08:43 (Pop-up)
Delicate Steve  Flyin' High   Favoriting Wondervisions  Luaka Bop    2:15:28 (Pop-up)
Visions of Trees  Waves, They Crash   Favoriting Sometimes It Kills EP  Republic of Music    2:18:30 (Pop-up)
Sonic Youth  Thème de Laetitia   Favoriting Simon Werner a Disparu  SYR    2:23:22 (Pop-up)
Rhys Chatham  Outdoor Spell   Favoriting Outdoor Spell  Northern Spy    2:28:59 (Pop-up)
Omit  Self-Seperation Through Dislocation (state one)   Favoriting Quad  Hermes    2:35:04 (Pop-up)
Winter Drones  Bongs Dream   Favoriting Blood In The Coffin  Weird Forest    2:43:24 (Pop-up)
Patrice Sciortino  Incendiairement   Favoriting Le Vitrail Eparpillé  Mondiodis    2:47:27 (Pop-up)
Tiny Tim  Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound   Favoriting Lost & Found: 1963-1974  Secret Seven    2:51:33 (Pop-up)
Ween  What Deaner Was Talking About   Favoriting Chocolate and Cheese  Elektra    2:53:39 (Pop-up)
David Boeddinghaus and Craig Ventresco  Ragtime Nightingale   Favoriting Crumb OST  Ryko    2:56:04 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!


Joined late, but glad to chime in! Hi, Jesse: I went to my first bris a few hours ago. Wow. Mynah Birds!
crunchy snow:

hey guys, well i didn't have a d.j. nightmare per se. did just watch the adaptation of william gibson's 'johnny mnemonic' & then fall asleep & dream of.. ponds??! i think. maybe not worth describing...
numbing feet:

also woke up with 'sunday morning' by the velvets in my head & here's the very pretty video i found to accompany it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YuM3SteeAgY
cumulous clouds:

woke up-- *this morning* -- that was.. how *r* you all?

hooray for cyberpunk nostalgia. sometimes i can't believe more william gibson novels haven't been adapted for screen. then i remember johnny mnemonic.

totally-- it was on net flicks on demand-- that was the only reason. and i was sitting around wtih artists & they were like 'oh there's that movie robert longo made (wha?? where did that come from???) maybe we should watch it. and near the end flaming volkswagens start falling from the underground fort and that was everybody's favorite moment :-)

holy PKD, robert longo directed that? wtf?! guess i saw it before i knew who he was.
under the bridge:

yeah-- i don't think i'd even heard of the phrase 'art world' when that movie was made-- '95? if you looked you could def. see his stamp-- like that a lot of the cyber deaths seemed to happen in baroque space, like his drawings generally do-- all flowy & loose & lost. but he def could've gotten more of a handle on continuity, character development et al.

let's also not forget the johnny mnemonic pinball game: http://www.wunderkammern27.com/2007/06/mnemonic_pinball_507.html
movie cameras:

ah, that's totally hilarious! i gotta say i think the graphics in the movie (actually pretty fun!) had to have meant coexistance with pinball, now that ya mention it-- just look at that 1st photo-- it says; 'keanu reeves. hollywood. in a diorama':-) nice. also, nice n' out-of-order
fake blood:

oh these guys are fun. i like that they started making this smooth jazz music only in 1998: is that right?

not sure i'd call them "smooth" precisely, but--yeah--sort of new york post-zorn downtown lounge stuff, though always got deeper/weirder when they played live.

You know, it's just like my Uncle Ned always said: "Smile and the whole dang world smiles with you. Stuttering works well, too."

yes, whoops-- i think i was blending the characters of the dudes with the music or something & came out with a misnomer: yeah. saw them play in meandering circumstances, like out on the streets, only, i think. good idea to go indoors to listen

brilliant stuff, the sound of art service, what wfmu is all about, great stuff. did negativland sample this. they did of course, christianity is stupid love it

escape from noise album. this stuff is incredible

...and the movie ghostbusters. yeah. they, negativland sure did sample. ca't believe it's real. and that weird al is on the list.

me too. to be honest ididnt realise this was real. i thought negativland had constructed it inhouse, amazing.

G! Your uncle taught you well. Guess those words of wisdom can also function like religion/cults?
Stutter over a grocery store list of 'Evil' & you will both be stuttered with and against (sampled).
'Liked the heightening appalachian vocal part.


In fact, Uncle Ned himself bought a 20 lb. can of electrode gel with royalties paid to him for samples of his own voice. I can't remember the recording project ... Mr. DJ probably knows.
pink snow:

Electrode gel... is that what one could use to safely convey the sample of one's own voice?

Ohh ... now, there's an idea.

Like, better than *without* the gel..., right?.

Exactly again.

Which almost reminds me of something else Uncle Ned said, but I can't remember it exactly right now.
salty breath:

Wow: such similarity to Dustin Wong on this. Instrumentation, style, time signaturin'

G: Keep a tab on that commentary & speak out when you recall!

Delicate Steve = layers of happiness!

It's ... it's almost ... nope - lost it. I can't remember the Uncle Ned quote.

To paraphrase an award acceptance speech Dylan once gave: "It's like my Uncle Ned used to say ..." [long, long pause ... rubbing of hat around on head ... focusing of eyes on award statue ... then lean back into the mic] "Well ... he said a lot of stuff, actually."
Now, I wish I could remember when that was from. I had a TV at the time. Jack Nicholson presented the award. He was the straightest of the two. That's all I can tell you.
sunny teeth:

'Prolly that was from '91? Grammy's: Lifetime Achievement Award but funny, in the link I watched Nicholson congratulates Dylan on basically being a lyrical human being & then all Bob says is "well"... before the clip ends.

Sums up the equation perfectly, no...?!

That'd be the clip - obviously recorded by a Jack fanatic. The "Well .." leads into the classic Dylan moment recounted above, more or less. Substitute "my Old Man" for "my Uncle Ned", as I recall.

Much, much, much rubbing of the hat around on the head during the long pause.
soupy tongue:

I think I am within that interstitial moment right now: tried to remove sweater like half hour ago but it's still around my neck.

Maybe an imagined Uncle Ned can collectively tell us a bed time story now. A very quiet, figeting one ;-)

Oh, man - you couldn't mention sweaters around Uncle Ned, either. He'd go right into the cold sweats. I never knew why. Something from his Vaudeville days, I always thought.
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