Options Miniature Minotaurs with Kurt Gottschalk: Playlist from September 16, 2011 Options

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Options September 16, 2011: Do You Know Me (with special guests George Lewis and Morton Subotnick)
~Animation by Minnesota Jeff

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Jimmy Ruffin  Do You Know Me   Options   Chess  1974  45     
Either/Or  2   Options Target  Starkland  2011  CD  Composed by Keeril Makan  0:03:06 (Pop‑up)
Larry Polansky  #4   Options Four-Voice Canons  Cold Blue Music  2002  CD    0:31:40 (Pop‑up)
Larry Polansky  Trio Canon for Christian Wolff   Options Four-Voice Canons  Cold Blue Music  2002  CD    0:26:49 (Pop‑up)
Sonic Youth  Burdocks   Options Goodbye 20th Century  SYR  2000  CD  Composed by Christian Wolff; Performed by SY with Christian Marclay, Christian Wolff, Jim O'Rourke, Takehisa Kosugi and William Winant  0:36:39 (Pop‑up)
Vincent Royer / Gerard Causse  Lux Animae II Op. 97   Options Intimate Rituals  Sub Rosa  2006  CD  Composed by Horatiu Radulescu  0:58:01 (Pop‑up)
George Lewis  interview   Options           1:01:30 (Pop‑up)
Ensemble Erik Satie  Les Exercises Spirituels: solos   Options Les Exercices Spirituels  Tzadik  2011  CD    1:15:12 (Pop‑up)
George Lewis / Morton Subotnick  interview   Options           1:32:31 (Pop‑up)
Morton Subotnick  A Sky of Cloudless Sulphur: Dance   Options The Electronic Works Vol. 1  Mode  2001  CD    1:37:49 (Pop‑up)
George Lewis / Morton Subotnick  interview   Options           2:08:50 (Pop‑up)
George Lewis  Linseed Flowers   Options Sour Mash  Innova  2010  CD    2:12:49 (Pop‑up)
Morton Subotnick  The Key To Songs (excerpt)   Options The Key to Songs / Return  New Albion  1986  CD    2:15:43 (Pop‑up)
Mauricio Kagel  Blue's Blue   Options Zwei Atke / rrrrr...  Montaigne  1991  CD    2:23:33 (Pop‑up)
Kurt Schwitters  zweiter teil: largo   Options Ursonate  Wergo  1993  CD  Recorded 1922-1932  2:50:45 (Pop‑up)
Petula Clark  The Show is Over   Options Beautiful Sounds: The Petula Clark Songbook  Castle  2000  CD    2:54:32 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:06pm northguineahills:

George Lewis and ol' Morty! This will be a kick-ass show!
  3:07pm 37:

this is sexcellent!.. and excellent too!
  3:09pm Civilian:

Can I get this at Walmart, too? or only at Target?
  3:10pm Looms:

Welcome back, Kurt! Hope you enjoyed the "old continent".
  3:14pm DJ KG:

thanks! and thanks for tuning in!
  3:17pm Parq:

Much like with the Kamikaze-to-Brian switch on Tuesdays, the segue from Bryce to Kurt often happens without my noticing it. Welcome back, KG, with kudos to David S for some fine fill-ins.
  3:18pm DJ KG:

even with the scratchy 45, parq?
  3:24pm Looms:

David did an excellent job indeed.
  3:24pm Civilian:

the scratchiness on 45s can sound a lot like an art noise overlay
  3:28pm Carmichael:

Hi Kurt, hi everyone. I concur with the prevailing David opinion.
  3:30pm northguineahills:

I always thought Larry Polansky and Paul Lansky should collaborate some time.
  3:40pm Civilian:

I bet this is burdock roots music
  3:41pm cjm_bklyn:

I think we need an equivalent to the Burdocks Festival in VT right about now
  3:45pm northguineahills:

I always loved Goodbye 20th Century, but it seemed at the time I was in the minority.
  3:48pm Looms:

@NGH: do you really wanna know what the majority is listening to? ;)
  3:53pm Mike East:

Welcome back, Kurt. Interesting sounds so far.
  3:54pm cjm_bklyn:

Opened last night dude
  4:05pm cjm_bklyn:

true that
  4:14pm Randy in NC:

Just wanted to say, I have Silver Apples of the Moon, Wild Bull, Touch, and 4 Butterfles on their original vinyl. They were among my favorite records back in the 70's. Thanks!
  4:15pm northguineahills:

@Randy in NC: as well do I.
  4:17pm bruceleh:

To George Lewis:
I'm about half-way through "A Power Stronger Than Itself", enjoying it very much, many thanks for this tour-de-force!
  4:18pm northguineahills:

My only problem w/ the new Roulette, is the separation between the front row seats ($100) and the other seats ($35). This isn't 1900 Vienna. I abhor such fissures. However, not too much, b/c I can't pass up an opportunity to see Anthony Braxton again.
  4:22pm mordred:

This is very Frank, Inca Roads period. Bruce Bickford animation!!
  4:28pm northguineahills:

@bruceleh: I need to fetch that book myself.
  4:37pm Looms:

Nice job, Morton!
  4:38pm Randy in NC:

Wish I was still living in NYC to see this...
  4:42pm LP:

Harry Partch on Red Bull !!!
  4:52pm Inner Ear Detour:

Kurt -- A great homecoming, this show. I had a delightful time usurping Friday afternoons while you were gone.

For Morton: Can you talk about the influence of McLuhan's Understanding Media back in your SF days?
  5:01pm Julie OBX:

It's Kurt! he's back!
  5:29pm Kees, Nijmegen (NL):

northguineahills:: "This isn't 1900 Vienna."

No, it IS.
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