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Options June 17, 2011: Radical Dads live set

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Grachan Moncur III  Hipnosis   Options       0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
monks  Genyen Gi Topa in Praise of Ge-Nyen   Options Tibetan Buddhist Rites from the Monasteries of Bhutan: Rituals of the Drukpa Order  Lyrichord    0:11:11 (Pop‑up)
monks  Nyule Drelwa   Options Tibetan Buddhist Rites from the Monasteries of Bhutan: Temple Rituals and Public Ceremonies      0:16:34 (Pop‑up)
Pascal Nichols  Hello   Options Empty Bell Tower  Rayon    0:18:11 (Pop‑up)
Hard-Pan  Sonar Ball   Options Untitled  Beartown Records    0:19:52 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Walter De Maria 

Cricket Music   Options

Drums and Nature 

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0:29:10 (Pop‑up)
Gamelan Gong Kebjar  Tumililingan   Options Bali: Golden Rain  Nonesuch Explorer Series    0:50:30 (Pop‑up)
Lukas Ligeti  Pattern Time   Options Pattern Time  Innova    1:02:39 (Pop‑up)
Stephen Vitiello  #3   Options Listening To Donald Judd  Sub Rosa    1:12:29 (Pop‑up)
Yo La Tengo  Everyday   Options And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out  Matador    1:23:34 (Pop‑up)
Ghost  Soma   Options Snuffbox Immanence  Drag City    1:33:51 (Pop‑up)
Galaxie 500  Summertime   Options Copenhagen      1:39:00 (Pop‑up)
Beach House  House on the Hill   Options Beach House  Carpark    1:45:58 (Pop‑up)
Religious Knives  The Message   Options Smokescreen  Sacred Bones    1:49:39 (Pop‑up)
Brightblack Morning Light  Black Feather Wishes Rise   Options Brightblack Morning Light  Matador    1:54:10 (Pop‑up)
Radical Dads LIVE on WFMU
Radical Dads  Little Tomb   Options Live on WFMU    Engineered by Ruaraidh Sanachan. Thanks, Ruaraidh!  2:07:15 (Pop‑up)
Radical Dads  Alondra Rainbow Under Attack   Options Live on WFMU    http://radicaldads.com  2:09:43 (Pop‑up)
Radical Dads  Walking Wires   Options Live on WFMU      2:12:11 (Pop‑up)
Radical Dads  Recklessness   Options Live on WFMU      2:15:49 (Pop‑up)
Radical Dads  Hurricane   Options Live on WFMU      2:18:24 (Pop‑up)
Radical Dads  Harvest Artist   Options Live on WFMU      2:23:28 (Pop‑up)
Radical Dads          2:28:14 (Pop‑up)
Radical Dads          2:28:21 (Pop‑up)
Radical Dads  New Age Dinosaur   Options       2:28:43 (Pop‑up)
Sebadoh  Magnet's Coil   Options Bakesale (Reissue)  Sub Pop    2:41:10 (Pop‑up)
Thurston Moore  Circulation   Options Demolished Thoughts  Ecstatic Peace!/Matador    2:41:42 (Pop‑up)
Vetiver  Wonder Why   Options The Errant Charm  Sub Pop    2:44:37 (Pop‑up)
Smith Westerns  Weekend Still New   Options Dye the World      2:47:38 (Pop‑up)
Ty Segall  I Can't Feel It   Options 7"  Drag City    2:51:17 (Pop‑up)
The Fall  Totally Wired (A capella)   Options 7"      2:55:07 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:05am pierre:

bonjour bonjour !
sweet sound is back in my ears !
  9:08am postmanpaul:

Hi Scott and pierre, I'm done for the day, not back at work 'till Tuesday. Yeah baby it's playtime!
  9:10am Scott:

  9:10am Jay/ London:

Afternoon everyone hi again Pierre
  9:10am pierre:

Headphones helps a lot while at work.
  9:11am pierre:

Hi Jay, glad to see you back on TLR
  9:12am BSI:

Yes. This. I need this. A whole effing lot of this.
  9:14am 15M-Spanish revolution:

Sorry to disturb but deeply think this needs to be known:

You just have to see what's going on in Spain, almost everyday since the 15th of may and in every city.

... and so many more. Police violence, polititian corruption facts, bank frauds evidences,... People's in the streets and power backin fascist actions.

'This is Inside Job exposed, lived in real time.'

Get informed and spread the info, please.
  9:14am Jay/ London:

well i am on holiday .. and its raining here in London so cleaning the place up to, good music and uploading music to my tube account
  9:15am William:

I'm hearing brooding, ferry-boat like sounds.
  9:16am hamburger:

hi hey bon salut noonies
  9:17am max:

this is awesome
  9:18am pierre:

Its raining in Paris to :(

Thanks to keep everyone aware Spanish Revolution, even though, we are not far, the news don't talk a lot about this in France. :( x 2
  9:26am 15M-Spanish revolution:

News are even hidden in Spanish media. That's why we have to talk about it in Internet. It's is very easy to find in the web for anyone who wants.

I'm not afraid of sayinng this is close to a new way of civil war, if not a real revolution. Power to the people. We're people, aren´t we?

I hope all this will have a happy end.
  9:28am Jay/ London:

I did not know monks played this kind of stuff
  9:29am postmanpaul:

Hey pierre, do our cousins listen to fip, I wonder?! While vaguely similar to 'fmu in concept but not in content and philosophy, like bbc radio it's an advertising free zone. In Brighton UK, we can just pick up the terrestrial signal which is pumped up to full strength by a 'concealed' transmitter here.
  9:32am Jay/ London:

@ postmanpaul is that station on the web ... and where would i find it on the radio
  9:33am clyde stubblefield:

you would think this program should be called "Give the drummer some!"
  9:38am postmanpaul:

Hi Jay, and if I may, Scott... FIP is a Radio France (their BBC) station...you'll get there.. It has a 'cult' following down here and for 5 or so years The Prince Albert pub has featured fip evenings.
  9:41am Scott:

Please by all means.
  9:47am Jay/ London:

@ postmanpaul You can listen to fip on the web
  9:51am Jay/ London:

in london we have reelrockradio been going now for just over a year
  9:53am yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

I made it just in time!
  9:56am pierre:

yeah ! i love FIP to !
created in 1968, ad free, and with lovely woman voices speaking.
(it stand for France Inter Paris) > it is not as eclectic as fmu though, and not as funny to listen to, but its a great radio.
  9:56am pierre:

there you have their website : http://sites.radiofrance.fr/chaines/fip/accueil/
  10:00am Jay/ London:

sorry got the name wrong its called ( reel rebels radio )
http://www.reelrebelsradio.com/ like wfmu but not so good they are woring on it
  10:03am William:

Sometimes the music is slow, sometimes it's not so slow.
  10:07am yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

My cousin works inFIP , nice station indeed
  10:14am pierre:

Could i meet your cousin Yair !
if he is looking for somebody to work with at the radio.
  10:15am yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

Pierre, not sure she is in a position. To make a hiring decision ...
  10:21am pierre:

yeah, no worries, i tried
  10:23am Drummer Some:

Clyde, I heard that.
  10:25am other david:

Awesome transition into YLT :)

Loving this show
  10:26am Dead Corporate Eyes:

happy Friday to everyone.
  10:27am yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Earth):

Sorry Pierre
  10:32am βrian:

Ah yes, France Inter. I love it and have to check in from time to time.
  10:33am Cecile:

I should check it out.
  10:33am Cecile:

Bali: Golden Rain is a classic.
  10:43am Cecile:

I think "Down by the River" would sound good about now...:D
  10:44am Dead Corporate Eyes:

it always does, no matter the occasion
  10:48am Cecile:

I loved that Joe Belock suprised us all with something quite provocative and kinda avant garde.
  10:50am pierre:

France inter is interesting,
you'll have also ; France musique, France Culture; FIP…
it's all part of the same house
(although, sometimes they have strange ways to do things, some shows are reallly awesome)
  10:53am βrian:

I like the fact that frequent interruptions are not required for station ID, etc. It's possible to let a program develop at it's own pace.
  10:54am Cecile:

i can also brush up on my awful "menu French".
  10:54am Minnesota Jeff:

Belock never gave any reasoning behind his random Neil Young meditation either.
  10:55am pierre:

"menu french" ?
  10:55am Maria T:

Hi Scott! Tuned in! Sounds great (as always).
  10:56am Dead Corporate Eyes:

kind of forgot about Brightback Morning Light...good stoner music
  10:59am Cecile:

MN Jeff, that's what was beautiful about it.
Pierre, I cook for fun and read menus. I know lots of French food words.
  11:01am Handsome Harry:

  11:02am pierre:

all right that's (filet) mignon !
  11:02am Maria T:

I ♥ PSEU - glad to hear she's back on the air!
  11:04am Cecile:

LOL! Yeah. I even got a joke in Montreal - they had a map of restaurants called "Montreal a la carte." And I felt proud of myself for getting it...
  11:07am Maria T:

  11:07am βrian:

I find it amusing when American menus include words from multiple languages, as in: Confit de canard alla bolognese, with roasted potatoes.
  11:07am pierre:

"Montreal a la carte." sounds good, any ways of learning a language is a good way, but trough food , its funnier, i think. btw there is a Monochrome Set song called R.S.V.P. with only french word that english speaking persons use ! It is very funny, and don't make a lot of sense.^^
  11:09am other david:

radical dads sounding great
  11:09am Cecile:

Ah, like that song Ken plays with Italian people singing like what they think English sounds like.
  11:10am Cecile:

Brian, I know. Or everyone calling mayonnaise "aioli". it's the same thing!
  11:12am pierre:

yeah kind of, only more accurate ^^
there you have it : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rv0gjzGgJhU
and the lyrics : http://www.lyricstime.com/the-monochrome-set-r-s-v-p-lyrics.html

(lots of food talk)

actually i pretty sure Aïloli and mayonaise are different, Aïoli, is mayonaise with garlic.
  11:12am βrian:

But I think aioli requires copious amounts of garlic. Anyway, I love the stuff.
  11:13am pierre:

(sorry for sounding "know-it-all" here)
  11:16am hip:

allioli means 'garlic and oil' in Catalan language and despite looking similar to mayonnaise, it is another sauce.
Allioli is (should be) only oil and garlic (and lots of patience
  11:17am Cecile:

No, that's true. Except there's a lot of menus here that call all mayonnaise like substances "aioli". A mayo can have no garlic in it, and red peppers, and suddenly it's red pepper aioli. Silly.
  11:17am hip:

@pierre. no egg, sorry.
  11:17am pierre:

it goes astoundlngly well with fish
  11:18am Cecile:

Yeah, hip, but that ain't the case. A lot of stuff here is mayo in aioli clothing...:D
  11:18am βrian:

Yeah, monsieur je sais tout ! (And traditionally, it requires a mortar and pestle to grind the garlic.)
  11:18am Cecile:

now, I'm hungry. Well, hungrier.
Don't some people put bread in it, or am I thinking of a Greek sauce?
  11:19am pierre:

you are totally right hip,
are you from Marseille or something ? ^_^
@Brian : that really not my will, sounding "je sais tout"
  11:19am hip:

I used to live in Catalonia, where it is from. Sorry for looking so pecky.
  11:20am hip:

I'm actually from Spain, and fighting in the riot streets latelt.
  11:22am pierre:

that makes sense
(for the aïoli knowledge and the riots)
good luck to you !
  11:22am hip:

lately. It's kind of dirty war from the government and against the people lately. I bet you don't have an idea out there.

Blame the media! Big coprporations they suck! Love freeform style.
  11:24am Cecile:

hey, that's fine. I like tha fact I am RIGHT ABOUT THAT. LOL! It's a good feeling.
  11:24am βrian:

I think of it as a Provençal dish and it definitely has egg. I've had it served as a finish to bouillabaisse. Yum.
  11:27am Parq:

This great set by the RadDads, and all you guys can talk about is food? Um, it is pretty close to lunch time, isn't it ...
  11:29am Maria T:

Sorry to interrupt the food discussion, but this Radical Dads set is great.
  11:30am pierre:

this should help
(i'm from the north, so don't know a lot about south food traditions, still love to eat it though)

The Radical Dads'sgreat indeed !
  11:32am ?:

Glad you're enjoying it. Hey Maria T!
  11:33am Maria T:

Hello, Question Mark!
  11:33am Scott:

Ha that ? was me.
  11:36am Dead Corporate Eyes:

Missed most of this set...work keeps intruding, rearing its ugly head.
  11:39am Maria T:

@Scott: Ha. I thought that ? and the Mysterians had stopped by the listener chat.
  11:41am Cecile:

Isn't the bouillabaise "mayo" called rouille?
  11:41am miketp:

can i call you dad? easy money
  11:41am Cecile:

and it was a great set.
  11:42am pierre:

you are right Cecile (again ^^)
but you can also eat bouillabaise with aïoli.
  11:50am Cecile:

I would love some bouillabaise. But thanks to my budget and where I'm at, it will probably be a tuna salad sandwich today.
  11:50am Marmalade Kitty:

Great show today, Scott! :)
  11:53am hip:

Nice food can be low budget. Now, some places make a difference. :-(

Love music and food! ;-) yummi
  11:54am Scott:

You all are making me HUNGRY.
  11:54am Parq:

@Maria T: I've heard ? (as in "and the Mysterians") on FMU, and trust me, if he was here, you would *know* it was him. The guy is six different flavors of flamboyant.
  11:55am Dead Corporate Eyes:

enjoying the pop ending to the show. Have a great weekend, Scott.
  11:56am hip:

nice weekend Scott. And sorry for the menu side conversation. ;-)
  11:56am pierre:

i've ate a "steack Tartare" today !
with bearnaise sauce and french fries…
it was partying in my mouth.
  11:57am Scott:

Thanks everyone! See you next week.
  11:57am Maria T:

@Parq ONLY SIX flavors of flamboyancy? NOT FLAMBOYANT ENOUGH FOR MY TASTE. I prefer 32 flavors!
  11:58am hip:

I had some tartare in Nantes a few months ago and loved it. Here we just it raw meat as 'jambon' :-)
  11:58am J J:

  11:59am Swami:

Loved what I caught of the show. Sadly, i had to sit through an hour presentation on how Seniors in NY are gonna get more of the shaft in regard to prescription drug assistance through EPIC. or what was known as EPIC.
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