Options The Long Rally with Scott McDowell: Playlist from September 9, 2011 Options

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Drawing an endless knot. Improvised, international, American, old, abstract, other.

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Options September 9, 2011: Adnos (cont.)

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Grachan Moncur III  Hipnosis   Options Mosaic Select #1  Mosaic  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Eliane Radigue  Adnos III   Options Adnos I-III  Table of the Elements  0:11:29 (Pop‑up)
Isengrind  Ver Sacrum   Options Modlitewnik  Blackest Rainbow  0:23:23 (Pop‑up)
Julianna Barwick & Ikue Mori  Rain and Shine At The Lotus Pond   Options Julianna Barwick & Ikue Mori  RVNG Int'l  0:26:17 (Pop‑up)
Alex Neilson & Richard Youngs  Mute Kestral   Options Lotus Edition  VHF  0:37:32 (Pop‑up)
Fuke Shakuhachi  Ajikan   Options Japanese Traditional Music: Noh/Biwa/ Shakuhachi  World Arbiter  0:51:49 (Pop‑up)
Meian Komuso  Chosi   Options Buddhist Drums, Bell & Chants  Lyrichord  0:52:22 (Pop‑up)
Kohachiro Miyata  Akita Sugagaki   Options Shakuhachi: The Japanese Flute  Nonesuch  0:55:02 (Pop‑up)
Part Wild Horses Mane on Both Sides  Full Left Hand Cocoon   Options Bataille de Battle  Chironex  1:06:09 (Pop‑up)
Garth Brooks  Wild Horses (Karaoke version)   Options Karoake Smash: Karaoake Country 3  Studio  1:17:23 (Pop‑up)
Dolphins into the Future  Ko'okika Moku'aina   Options Ke Ala Ke Kua  Kraak  1:17:23 (Pop‑up)
Onde  Eb   Options Purple  Ondemusic  1:25:41 (Pop‑up)
Keith Fullerton Whitman  Disingenuousness   Options Disingenuity b/w Disingenuousness  Pan  1:28:45 (Pop‑up)
Photek  Minotaur   Options Modus Operandi  Astralwerks  1:39:20 (Pop‑up)
Superpitcher Vs. The Congosound  Say I'm Your Number One (Superpitcher remix)   Options Total 9  Kompakt  1:43:45 (Pop‑up)
Sub Version  Soul Jah Boogie   Options Box of Dub 2  Soul Jazz  1:51:32 (Pop‑up)
Aphex Twin (Seefeel rmx)  Time To Find Me (AFX Fast Mix)   Options 26 Mixes For Cash  Warp  1:57:24 (Pop‑up)
Steve Birchall  Music of the Spheres   Options Reality Gates  no label  2:12:44 (Pop‑up)
Neu!  Negativland   Options Neu!  Astralwerks  2:17:50 (Pop‑up)
Hertta Lussu Ässä  Cocktail of Life Fluids   Options Hertta Lussu Ässä  De Stijl  2:24:46 (Pop‑up)
C.S. Yeh  In the Blink of an Eye   Options 7"  de stijl  2:30:50 (Pop‑up)
Phillipo Scrooge  Love is a Tractor   Options Homework #3  Hyped2Death  2:34:03 (Pop‑up)
Scritti Politti  Bibbly-o-tek   Options Early  Rough Trade  2:37:28 (Pop‑up)
Conrad Schnitzler  Con-Struct 8   Options Con-Struct  m=minimal  2:46:43 (Pop‑up)
Mind Over Mirrors  Barely Spun   Options The Voice Rolling  Digitalis  2:50:22 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:05am pierre:

Bonjour Scott McDowell!
paris checking in !
  9:06am eric:

Morning Scott! Looking forward to a great show!
  9:07am bruceleh:

oh, good, I haven't missed anything yet.
  9:09am fred:

Good morning Scott. The (literal) underground of Paris is checking in too
  9:10am Scott:

Good morning faithful listeners.
  9:11am Scott:

fred-----what do you mean literal underground, like really on the metro or something?
  9:12am T-Zero:

Morning. Take a deep breath, Scott. You may know you were running late and feel a bit frazzled, but WE wouldn't know that. :) Even so, we'd go with your flow.
  9:13am Scott:

Putting that all behind me now. Going with the present.
  9:13am fred:

I mean that my office is actually two floors beneath street level
  9:16am Scott:

Wow! That sounds... dark.
  9:16am bruceleh:

sounds good since you got that motor repaired
  9:27am fred:

@scott: not really, I'm only of the lucky ones who do get some sunlight. I found this photo: http://tinyurl.com/3qu2gwu
Whoever took it was probably standing a few steps in front of my office door
  9:29am Scott:

What you work at IRCAM!? Cool!
  9:32am fred:

@scott: I'm not involved in the music side at all, I'm just a software developer working for the researchers there
  9:32am pierre:

The IRCAM looks great fred !
  9:39am Scott:

Right on! I heart the centre pompidou.
  9:52am Woggy:

yeah - flute! r youngs is a pretty interesting guy - what kind is it? reminds me of what great soundspace sam rivers carves out with a flute, too.
  9:54am pierre:

if you ever come to Centre Georges Pompidou, we should grab a drink there Scott, with fred, and all french fmu-ers, should be fun.
  9:56am Scott:

Next summer I'll be there for a short visit :)
  9:57am Chris from DC:

Saw Pita at the Pompidou when I was there. Cool place.
  9:58am Scott:

Woggy.... Sam Rivers------ that's a good idea. Was thinking Dolphy.
  10:01am hamburger:

ah. the lone shakuhachi player.. very solemn
  10:06am bruceleh:

Scott, note that many corporate web proxies don't allow connection to social sites, like Facebook. (Not that I would ever go to Facebook)
  10:08am fred:

@scott and pierre: if such a meet-up can be arranged, I'll be there
  10:08am Scott:

And yet here you are listening to WFMU... those corps are crazy!
  10:10am pierre:

cool !
meet ups are fun
  10:22am Dead Corporate Eyes:

morning everyone! can't seem to wake up at all this week with the gloomy weather all 'round.
  10:23am Dead Corporate Eyes:

wait...Garth Brooks has gone all experimental/ambient on our asses?
  10:24am Dead Corporate Eyes:

that makes more sense Scott
  10:25am Mike East:

I agree DCE - I was just singing to my wife this morning - "They say that waking up is hard to do..." She thought this was hilarious. That's why I married her.
  10:27am Dead Corporate Eyes:

you're a lucky man, Mike. Every time I try to joke with my wife she just gives me the cold stare. She never really got my sense of humor.
  10:30am Cecile:

I noticed the past tense in there, DCE.
  10:31am Dead Corporate Eyes:

no, we're still together, should have said she never really "gets" my sense of humor. It's understandable. I'm a complete goofballdoofus.
  10:32am Cecile:

Do you laugh together, though? That's important in a marriage.

Not that it's any of my business, I'm just in den mother mode.
  10:36am Mike East:

deep down, I'll bet she appreciates the goofball in you. Some people just play the part of thinkin they're too cool to laugh at silliness. But who doesn't love a doofus?
  10:36am Dead Corporate Eyes:

we're good and getting better, actually. thanks, den mom!
  10:37am Dead Corporate Eyes:

hell, we got 15 yrs of marriage comin up later this month, plus we dated 5 years pre-marriage.
  10:38am bruceleh:

Who doesn't love a doofus?
Uptight anal-rententive WASPs, for sure.
  10:39am das:

I just listened to the last 20 minutes without my headphones plugged in and didn't notice. Is it tomorrow yet?
  10:40am Cecile:

Oh, good! whew!
  10:42am Dead Corporate Eyes:

get das some coffee, stat!
  10:43am Dead Corporate Eyes:

loving the beats, Scott!
  10:48am das:

It's too late for me, save yourselves
  10:49am Sarah:

Nice groove - takes my mind off of the data entry!
  10:49am Cecile:

I love that Kompakt sound. It soothes me without putting me to sleep.
  10:51am Wild Neil:

Excellent beats!
  10:52am Cecile:

  10:54am Hugo:

Exactly, Cecile. Scott, got some Shackleton? Bought a lot of stuff while in London recently.
  11:01am powiva:

seefeel ya
  11:07am dave:

woah, on the topic of upcoming events, just saw this tweet: Pauline Oliveros performs in NYC today @ The Kitchen, 8pm w/ Rhys Chatham Tony Conrad, Joan La Barbara & Laurie Spiegel thekitchen.org
  11:08am dave:

looks like tomorrow's tony conrad, laurie spiegel and rhys again.
  11:10am huh?:

good stuff, i'll listen more often...
  11:18am hubba:

Hello Scott, radical listeners, and mom, if you're out there, hello to you too!
  11:18am Wild Neil:

Brian Jonestown Massacare-ish?
  11:21am Hugo:

Not exactly "neu", but still very good ...
  11:27am Cecile:

ah, another fine Destijl recording. Label owner Clint has a knack, for sure.
  11:29am hubba:

Scott, based on your selections, I've had to open the old pocket book... current selection a must, thanks for jamming the goods (also, Helm thumbs up, way up, okay down a little, there you go!)
  11:31am Dead Corporate Eyes:

yes, I must agree, this rules and I need to find this track at 2am tomorrow morning for guidance.
  11:37am Dead Corporate Eyes:

flavored with a nice dose of Syd
  11:37am dave:

when you're C. Spencer Yeh, you have to make a fairly straightforward (if awesome) pop track to really shock people.
  11:39am Cecile:

I like Green and his pop-subversive era a little better. Can't mistake that voice, though.
  11:43am Cecile:

Songs to Remember is brilliant.
  11:44am hubba:

Songs to Remember is on constant rotation at home... with the Paul Simon solo record of 1970 and Aztec Camera's High Land Hard Rain as bookends.
  11:45am hubba:

The b-side of The Band's In Cahoots occasionally intervenes
  11:46am Cecile:

For me it's Was/Not Was's first album and Bubba Sparxxx's Deliverance with some Captain Beefheart for spice.
  11:50am Scott:

Songs to Remember is so disappointing. Is it subversive?
  11:53am hubba:

I think what I find appealing about Songs to Remember, and I waded cautiously, as I am a fan of the Early era tracks, is the inversion of what was going with production and incorporation of "othering" music. I don't know if it is subversive; what would that audience be?
  11:56am hubba:

Okay, post-Songs to Remember, my favorite thing about my collection of scratchy 12"s I salvaged from dollar bins is the fact that they play slo-mo style on 33... versions work as edits, but that is about it.
  11:57am hamburger:

ze sprockets are in place..
  11:59am pierre:

this is cool.
  11:59am Dead Corporate Eyes:

gorgeous build there...bye bye Scott
  12:00pm ken of brooklyn:

  12:03pm fred:

thanks Scott, this was another keeper!
  12:04pm Wild Neil:

Good show! Thanks Scott!!!!
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