Favoriting Dark Night of the Soul with Julie: Playlist from May 3, 2011 Favoriting

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Familiar & forgotten gems from 50-plus years of music on the darker side, shoegaze, synthpop, goth, psychedelia, darkwave, with unapologetic detours into 70s pop. In a dark night of the soul, it's always 3 o'clock in the morning.

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Favoriting May 3, 2011: Francophonic Spree

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Prince & The Revolution  Let's Go Crazy   Favoriting Purple Rain OST  Warner Bros.  1984  LP    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Saint Eombre  Abigail   Favoriting Contes es Chatiments  Nomad Audio  2009      0:04:15 (Pop-up)
Lee Aaron  Whatcha Do To My Body   Favoriting Bodyrock  Attic  1989      0:08:49 (Pop-up)
Niagara  Assez!   Favoriting Quel Enfer!  Polydor  1988  LP    0:13:41 (Pop-up)
Stereotaxie  On Dira A Personne   Favoriting Stereotaxie  Elgrodisques  2005      0:17:22 (Pop-up)
Galaxie 500  J'Vois Ben   Favoriting Le Temps Au Point Mort  Musicaction  2006    the French band  0:22:25 (Pop-up)
Peter Schilling  The Noah Plan   Favoriting Error In the System  Elektra  1983      0:24:46 (Pop-up)
Berlin  The Metro   Favoriting Pleasure Victim  Geffen  1982  LP    0:28:59 (Pop-up)
Payolas  Eyes of a Stranger   Favoriting No Stranger to Danger  A&M  1982  LP    0:33:06 (Pop-up)
Carole Laure  Baci Baci   Favoriting Alibis  RCA  1978  LP    0:37:57 (Pop-up)
Leonard Cohen  I'm Your Man   Favoriting I'm Your Man  CBS  1988  LP    0:41:02 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Favoriting

Angel Sanctuary OST 

 

 

 

 

0:45:28 (Pop-up)
Chiasm  Formula   Favoriting Disorder  Cop International  2001      0:57:56 (Pop-up)
Fluxious  What a Waste   Favoriting Filles et Riffs Vol. 1  Savage Prod        1:02:29 (Pop-up)
Inkubus Sukkubus  May Queen   Favoriting Away With The Faeries  Resurrection Records      Happy belated Beltaine  1:05:09 (Pop-up)
Mira  Truly   Favoriting Mira  Projekt  2000      1:09:07 (Pop-up)
Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions  For The Rest of Your Life   Favoriting Through the Devil Softly  Nettwerk  2009      1:13:53 (Pop-up)
Moonchild  Never More   Favoriting T.H.I.R.D.  Blank Your Mind  1996      1:19:28 (Pop-up)
Marquis Moon  Edge of Time   Favoriting Gothic Compilation Part I          1:24:08 (Pop-up)
Epica  Solitary Ground (Soundtrack version)   Favoriting Solitary Ground (single)    2005      1:28:14 (Pop-up)
Butterfly Messiah  Eternal Undone   Favoriting Priestess  Fossil Dungeon  2001      1:32:17 (Pop-up)
An April March  Daylight Falters   Favoriting News From Nowhere  Plan 11 Records  1998      1:39:16 (Pop-up)
Spell  There's No Blood in Bone   Favoriting Seasons in the Sun  Mute  1993      1:44:15 (Pop-up)
Muriel Moreno  Pres Du Lac Vert   Favoriting Tout Suele  Henry Productions  1996      1:47:10 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Favoriting

Angel Sanctuary OST 

 

 

 

 

1:50:54 (Pop-up)
The Kinks  Two Sisters   Favoriting Something Else  Reprise  1967      1:57:15 (Pop-up)
The Cake  Medieval Love   Favoriting The Cake  Rev-Ola  1967      1:59:18 (Pop-up)
Tori Amos  Smells Like Teen Spirit   Favoriting Crucify EP  Atlantic  1992      2:02:38 (Pop-up)
Suzi Quatro  Intimate Strangers   Favoriting Oh, Suzi Q  Bellophon  1991      2:05:49 (Pop-up)
Donovan  Ballad of a Crystal Man   Favoriting Fairy Tale  Pye  1965  LP    2:09:22 (Pop-up)
Le Cinq Saisons  Vert   Favoriting Harmonium  Celebration  1975  LP    2:12:38 (Pop-up)
Les Miladys  Sugar Town   Favoriting Sugar Town  Tradition  1967  LP    2:18:14 (Pop-up)
Vicky Leandros  N'y pense plus...tout est bien   Favoriting L'Amour est Bleu  RCA Victor  1967  LP    2:20:58 (Pop-up)
Monique Brunet  En Silence   Favoriting Monique Brunet  RCA Victor  1966  LP    2:23:25 (Pop-up)
Edie Brickell  What I Am   Favoriting Shooting Rubberbands At The Stars  Geffen  1988      2:26:39 (Pop-up)
Ariane Moffat  Sur Ton Parellele   Favoriting Aquanaute Les Disques  Audiogramme  2002      2:31:29 (Pop-up)
Louise Attaque  Tu Dis Rien   Favoriting Comme On A Dit  Atmospheriques  2000      2:36:31 (Pop-up)
The Birthday Massacre  Looking Glass   Favoriting Walking With Strangers  Metropolis Records  2007      2:38:54 (Pop-up)
Jacques Da Sylva  Fou   Favoriting Psychegaelic French Freakbeat          2:43:19 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Favoriting

Angel Sanctuary OST 

 

 

 

 

2:45:59 (Pop-up)
Nation  Waterloo   Favoriting A Tribute To Abba  Nuclear Blast  2001      2:50:05 (Pop-up)
Kate Bush  Violin   Favoriting Never For Ever  EMI  1980      2:53:01 (Pop-up)
Banamou  Rock and Roll with Me   Favoriting     2011    Side project of Ana from The Girls at Dawn  2:56:19 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Favoriting

Angel Sanctuary OST 

 

 

 

 

2:58:53 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  3:03am
ausmanx:

hey julie, good evening from the antipodes. am very much looking forward to the sounds of General Franco...
  3:04am
Julie:

Generalissimo Francisco Franco is still dead!
  3:06am
Matt from Springfield:

Hi Julie!
All français tonight? I hope Pierre is stopping by, then!
  3:07am
Matt from Springfield:

I guess Purple Rain wasn't...unless they had a French version of that album out?
  3:08am
Julie:

No. Not doing all French, just a nice sprinkling.
  3:08am
Julie:

Wouldnt' that be AWESOME though
  3:11am
Matt from Springfield:

If there were alternate French-language versions of 80s soundtracks, I would trust FMU to play them!
  3:12am
Julie:

I shall task you to seek them out, Matt of Springfield.
  3:13am
Matt from Springfield:

As you wish, Lady Julie of the Bonus Track!
  3:16am
Matt from Springfield:

That 70s Show! You can't fool ME--Joe Flaherty as a Mountie kicking Chong and the guys out of Canada...I remember that one.
  3:16am
Julie:

Hmm..I don't think I've got any bonus tracks tonight! Oh wait..I do have a cool "b-side"
  3:17am
Matt from Springfield:

B-sides are appreciated as well...
And LPs! I'm guessing Niagara is a recent find from Montreal?
  3:21am
Julie:

Yup yup
  3:21am
Matt from Springfield:

@ausmanx: "The Antipodes", the Brits referred to Aus/NZ by that, meaning the total opposite point on the other side of the world. What state are you in? My own antipode is in the Indian Ocean, about 1000km southwest of Perth.
  3:21am
Julie:

How many legs does an antipode have?
  3:23am
Matt from Springfield:

Either more, or less than a regular pode. In any case different, or against the pode...
  3:24am
ausmanx:

yes, we humble colonials defer to whatever it is the mother country wishes to call us. except when it comes to royal wedding coverage when, i am pleased to say, Aust TV was the only program banned by the BBC for satirical content. and as i am originally manx, i would claim to have three legs... and i do hope there's some johnny halliday coming up (even if he is belgian)
  3:24am
Julie:

no! I looked at his records but I didn't get him. Now I am sorry. I will check the library if I have a longer track.
  3:28am
ausmanx:

johnny would fit in with your singing actor theme too, and your photo today... he was wonderful in THE MAN ON THE TRAIN... no Francophone listerners logged on yet?
  3:29am
Julie:

I don't know. Perhaps Pierre will check in later.
  3:29am
Matt from Springfield:

Wow! English Peter Schilling...and he seems to be singing about geomagnetic reversal! Now that's a theme I can get behind: Electro-pop with Scientific background!
We can continue with Timbuk 3--
  3:32am
Matt from Springfield:

@ausmanx: Hey, didn't know you were Manx! (I thought your handle read as "Aus Man X", just like I thought Bas, NL was from the town of Bas, Newfoundland and Labrador. You learn somethin' new all the time here!)
  3:33am
Julie:

The Halliday hunt is not looking good. I knew I should've bought one, but his were all pricey!
  3:33am
Julie:

@Matt I also thought "aus man x"
  3:33am
Matt from Springfield:

This was from when Berlin was a great electro-pop band, long before Top Gun's "Take My Breath Away".
  3:35am
ausmanx:

the ambiguity of hash tags! johnny's always worth the money, of course. funny how the biggest French singers are Belgian... Jacques Brel too, not to mention Plastic Bertrand...
  3:38am
Brick Van Dee:

This track is SMOOTH!
  3:38am
Julie:

It's a weird lack in the library to have no Johnny, I will find some another time!
  3:40am
Matt from Springfield:

@ausmanx: The Chaser's War on Everything. I've heard that before - apparently it's a well-regarded satire on news shows (and now I remember hearing about their pranks at the international conference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Chaser_APEC_pranks)

Still, even if permission to do a live "MST3K" of the wedding was denied, anyone can still post a Youtube version--maybe one will "appear" on an personal Australian channel :)
  3:42am
Matt from Springfield:

@Brick: The Payolas are always smooth! And Canadian!

And so is Carole Laure, I'm digging her style! And Julie...she's an actress! Add that to your singing actors list!
  3:43am
Julie:

Yep. I had this on cd but found it on record in Montreal. Lovely Carole.
  3:44am
Julie:

I found no Payolas in Mont. Even though I have it all, but didn't even see their records at all. Very odd. I wonder which province they are from.
  3:44am
ausmanx:

hey, that's impressive, Matt! the guys would be pleased that word has spread! it's a great show, and the APEC stunt was dangerous indeed - bin laden impersonators have obviously been serious targets!
  3:46am
Matt from Springfield:

Wow, Sir Leonard Cohen sounds lower and raspier than his early records. That's inevitable I guess...but thanks for playing Leonard's 80s stuff, I'm not too familiar with that, even though he went through somewhat of a revival around then.
@Julie Vancouver! BC!
  3:46am
fred:

OK, I'll out myself as the token french listener, if only for a short while (I have to leave for work).
And I'm so pleased to hear the library does not have any Johnny Halliday (then again, that would help with my leaving)
  3:50am
jaycjay:

If we're French-outing ourselves, I'll out myself as once being named an "honorary Canadian" by the then-mayor of Montréal-Nord, back when that was a separate city.
  3:51am
Colm:

Hello from Montreal...Bonjour I mean!
  3:56am
helsingfred:

When I think of Québec I think of Molson Brador ale
  4:00am
Matt from Springfield:

Makes for an exclusive record fair--not only no signs, but disguised behind a funeral! Are they trying to be an "off-the-grid" hipster event? Well at least you're cool in their eyes if you found it Julie!
  4:02am
Julie:

Bonjour Colm & Fred! @Jay Honorary Canadian, how'd you manage that?
  4:05am
helsingfred:

Hey Fluxious is cool !
  4:06am
Gav Bo:

I imagine Steve Buscemi selling records oout the back of his garage ala Ghost World.
  4:07am
Julie:

It was very cool to flip through 60 & 70s era French & Quebec music. I may have to see when their next one is!
  4:08am
Julie:

@Helsing I think that's a comp I'm going to be playing a lot of!
  4:09am
jaycjay:

Heh. It was a high school program, I was there for a semester. Somehow ended up meeting the mayor before an event he was about to speak at... so he made this kind of unofficial "proclamation" that I've been very proud of ever since.
  4:11am
helsingfred:

It so cute how America lets Canada pretend it's a country ;-)
  4:11am
Julie:

That is awesome. Do you get to go and get free healthcare!
  4:12am
fred:

Au revoir Julie, I'm really off for work this time. I should try and see if there's any underground French stuff I know that could fit in your show.
  4:12am
Julie:

@Helsing When I was there I kept remembering that line they use for Texas, "it's like a whole other country!"
  4:12am
Gav Bo:

I'm travelling to Vancouver from UK on 13th May! ANyone got any hot tips?
  4:12am
Julie:

Enjoy, Fred! Thanks for checking in!
  4:13am
Julie:

Gosh I really want to go to Vancouver. But I'm lazy about places you can't drive to.
  4:14am
jaycjay:

Unfortunately, he was just a mayor. And not only that, but mayor of a city that no longer exists! (It became part of Montreal about a decade ago). So,,, sadly, no.
  4:15am
jaycjay:

Hey Fred, seen this?
http://www.theonion.com/articles/perky-canada-has-own-government-laws,19927/
  4:15am
jaycjay:

Helsingfred, I meant that for...
  4:17am
helsingfred:

@jaycjay Yup that one's a classic! Actually I like to explain to people that Canada is very much like the USA, with the important difference that it actually has civilization...
  4:26am
Matt from Springfield:

You've played Marquis Moon before, this is a very Garlands-style bass and drums beat here!
  4:26am
helsingfred:

Moonchild reminds me... I have a band for you! Check out Strange Boutique, from the 80s DC scene. The singer was Monica Richards, who's been in Faith & the Muse (among others)
  4:27am
Julie:

@Helsing I know her :) I think I've played Faith & The Muse, not Strange Boutique yet
  4:28am
helsingfred:

The Onion: "It even has its own currency, various denominations of 'dollars' that can be exchanged for the many products manufactured in Canada, including Canadian bacon and ice." LOL
  4:28am
Julie:

I play marquis moon before? Gosh hope it's not the same track.
  4:30am
Matt from Springfield:

I don't think so--just something else by the band.
  4:33am
jaycjay:

WHile it's hilarious, at times that Onion article sounds exactly what people in parts of the US might actually write about Canada.
  4:36am
Julie:

Gosh I just got a phone call from a darkwave dj. That was fun!
  4:37am
Julie:

@Matt I don't think I did, I don't see it in the WFMU search. I just got it off a comp
  4:37am
Matt from Springfield:

You mean there's more than one darkwave DJ out there??!

Was it in praise of something you played?
  4:38am
DJ TM5 / Pete:

Hi Julie, I am the darkwave DJ who just called
  4:38am
Julie:

Hi Peter! Good to see ya.. the tone is going to change soon though!
  4:38am
Julie:

@Matt yes indeed! Who knew!
  4:39am
DJ TM5 / Pete:

I am really digging what u are playing now
  4:39am
Julie:

Peter email me later okay, julie@wfmu.org
  4:40am
Julie:

and thank you! People get so quiet when the dark stuff comes on, I really wonder.
  4:42am
DJ TM5 / Pete:

you most welcome, I have such a passion for this music and always have. This is April March now?
  4:42am
Julie:

An April March: we're back to Canada
  4:42am
jaycjay:

Gotta cut out, but Julie I am loving this... will have to catch the rest on the archive.
  4:43am
Julie:

Yep. Not to be confused with April March who sings in French.
  4:43am
Julie:

Thanks for listening, Jay!
  4:43am
helsingfred:

The dark is A-OK! And speaking of Canadia, got any Birthday Massacre? The live version of Video Kid is dynamite
  4:44am
Julie:

Nope sorry not tonight. I don't think I have their live stuff, will have to look!
  4:45am
DJ TM5 / Pete:

Julie, I am looking on Facebook but there are so many of the Dark Night Of The Soul groups
  4:46am
DJ TM5 / Pete:

Ok, I found it
  4:46am
Matt from Springfield:

I love the dark stuff -- if we "go quiet" it's because we're entranced by the lovely sound of it.

Hi DJ TM5!
  4:46am
Julie:

Ah. Good!
  4:47am
Julie:

@Matt I try to convince myself of that. I did one show with lots, and I got hardly any comments.
  4:47am
helsingfred:

Wot's the URL for the FaceBorg group?
  4:48am
Matt from Springfield:

Rose McDowell!
And your FB page--congratulations on getting >100 fans!
  4:49am
Julie:

100? Some are clones, no doubt.
  4:51am
DJ TM5 / Pete:

Is your last name Vixx? I just clicked "like" on your music page
  4:51am
Julie:

nope Jenn Vix is a singer
  4:52am
Matt from Springfield:

103! Thanks TM5!
Btw, which station are you at?
  4:53am
Matt from Springfield:

Quebec or no, Muriel was cool regardless.
  4:53am
DJ TM5 / Pete:

8 of my friends from QXTs are friends with her. I thought she looked familiar
  5:00am
DJ TM5 / Pete:

Matt am on 103.3 WPRB Princeton My show is called Transitional Soundscapes
  5:01am
DJ TM5 / Pete:

I meant to say "Matt I am on......"
  5:02am
Julie:

Matt sent me Marty-Wilson Piper stuff, which I've yet to get to.
  5:02am
Matt from Springfield:

@TM5: Cool, nice to hear about another dark wave show.

@Julie: Where oh where's cheri when her Cake is finally on! Maybe she'll listen to the Archive and be delighted :)
  5:02am
Julie:

Yes I dug it out just for her.
  5:04am
Matt from Springfield:

Wow, didn't know Tori sang this!
Loved her "A Case of You" version, btw.
  5:05am
Julie:

I never heard the words to this song till I heard her version. This EP also has her doing Angie, and Zep's Thank You
  5:12am
Matt from Springfield:

Always love Donovan, this sound early, '65 era.
  5:13am
Julie:

Yeah one of his first records, if not his first.
  5:20am
helsingfred:

Wow, a slight gear change from the dark wave :-D
  5:21am
Julie:

Haha yeah just a SLIGHT
  5:23am
Matt from Springfield:

Don't Think Twice, It's Alright
  5:25am
Julie:

Freeform, baby!
  5:28am
Matt from Springfield:

Hey, what happened to the Old Bohemians?
They're the people still in the Czech Republic, I guess.
  5:29am
helsingfred:

I saw a great new band this weekend, I'll see if maybe I can get a couple of MP3s for you!
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/fbx/?set=a.10150231372188885.370021.583353884&l=4ef09ebec3
  5:34am
helsingfred:

And it's back to dark wave! I think Dark Night of the Soul with Julie might be Basement Cat's favorite radio show
  5:34am
Julie:

Yay for Basement Cat!
  5:40am
pierre:

Bonjour Bonjour Julie
  5:40am
helsingfred:

Yeay! Basement Cat and Birthday Massacre, purrfect together :)
  5:41am
DJ TM5 / Pete:

i am still listening and i so need to get to sleep. I love this music!!!!! Julie is an awesome DJ What is playing now?
  5:41am
Julie:

The birthday massacre,Canadian band
  5:41am
Julie:

Pete, you know it IS archived. You are allowed to sleep!
  5:42am
Julie:

@DJ TM5 I think we need to introduce my music collection to yours.
  5:43am
DJ TM5 / Pete:

I was just thinking the same exact thing. LOL Great DJ minds think alike
  5:53am
helsingfred:

Hah! The year Waterloo came out, it was a year dominated by dinosaur rock (very pre-punk) and I remember thinking wow, Waterloo is the rock and roll song of the year! Of course the rest of Abba's stuff was mostly lamous...
  5:53am
Matt from Springfield:

I love my Kinks too!
Already the end of the night! I woke in the middle of night so I'm going to sleep another hour. A great free-form show! Heavy on Canadian, heavy on French, heavy on darkwave, but not exclusively!
  5:54am
Julie:

@Matt I got one more song left, hang in there!
  5:54am
Matt from Springfield:

Oh YESSSS!!
Kate and her Vi O LIN! I LOVE this one!
  5:55am
helsingfred:

There is a video of an entire Kate Bush show at the Hammersmith Odeon and it is absolutely wonderful. She did all the choreography and it weelly weelly woools !
  5:56am
DJ TM5 / Pete:

Julie, this is AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :) An ironically inverted darkwave violin
  5:56am
Matt from Springfield:

Thank you, duly hung in there!
"Violin" is like Kate Bush doing her own style while channeling Patti Smith to me.
  5:56am
Julie:

Yes! I saw it..it's awesome. They invented that face mic JUST for her. Now everyone uses it.
  5:58am
helsingfred:

Really? Cool..
  5:59am
helsingfred:

And so we bid fond farewell to our Fearless DJ Leader !
  5:59am
Matt from Springfield:

It's true, helsingfred! So Kate could move around and dance as she prefers--only one tour in '78 but that's one I would love to have seen.
  6:00am
Julie:

Poor Ana! but the archive cuts me off at 559
thanks everyone!
  6:04am
Matt from Springfield:

Thanks for the great show Julie!
And nice to meet new fans, TM5! You can check out ALL of her shows on the Archives. It's a treasure trove, here on WFMU!

And Julie, I ALWAYS listen to your shows, at least in the Archives! Dark Night is one of a few shows that I stay caught up with, every week!
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