Options The Long Rally with Scott McDowell: Playlist from September 30, 2011 Options

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

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Options September 30, 2011: We All Love Peanut Butter

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Grachan Moncur III  Hipnosis   Options       0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Tirath Singh Nirmala  Screened By the Sky   Options Slimp Tench Depth      0:10:39 (Pop‑up)
Liberez  Exercise Restraint (Part Two)   Options The Letter  Alter    0:20:15 (Pop‑up)
Led Zeppelin  Going to California   Options 4  Atlantic    0:25:55 (Pop‑up)
Jack Rose  Cathedral et Chartres   Options I Do Play Rock and Roll  Three Lobed    0:29:31 (Pop‑up)
Yoshi Wada  Lament for the Rise and Fall of the Elephantine Crocodile   Options Live 1979      0:42:45 (Pop‑up)
Nick Drake  Tomorrow Is a Long TIme   Options Family Tree      0:56:50 (Pop‑up)
Nick Drake  Cocaine Blues   Options Family Tree      1:00:38 (Pop‑up)
Angel Olsen  So That We Can Be Still   Options Strange Cacti  Bathetic    1:03:57 (Pop‑up)
Led Zeppelin  Bron-Y-Aur   Options Physical Graffiti  Swan Song    1:18:19 (Pop‑up)
Gunn-Truscinski Duo  Taksim II   Options Sand City  Three Lobed    1:18:40 (Pop‑up)
Charles Mingus  Track B-Duet Solo Dancers   Options The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady  Impulse!    1:26:25 (Pop‑up)
Rev. Charlie Jackson  You Got to Move   Options You Got To Move: Live Recordings, Vol. 1  50 Miles of Elbow Room    1:32:34 (Pop‑up)
John Lee Ziegler  If You Ever Change Your Mind   Options The George Mitchell Collection, Volume 5    `  1:37:47 (Pop‑up)
Van Morrison  Don't Look Back   Options Best of Van Morrison Vol. 2      1:40:16 (Pop‑up)
Decimus  b   Options #1  Kelippah    1:43:19 (Pop‑up)
Oliver Messiaen  Bryce Canyon et les rochers rouge-orange   Options 1908-1992  Naive    2:03:22 (Pop‑up)
Bee Mask  Deducted from Your Share in Paradise   Options Elegy for Beach Friday  Spectrum Spools    2:11:59 (Pop‑up)
Mark McGuire  Aima (Reprise)   Options Get Lost  Mego    2:14:40 (Pop‑up)
Biosphere  Ikata-I   Options N-Plants  Touch    2:17:56 (Pop‑up)
Gusgus  Over (Life and Death Remix)   Options Kompakt Total 12  Kompakt    2:22:07 (Pop‑up)
Bob Blaize/Jeph Jerman  Enter Risk   Options Rythumation  Ilse    2:28:43 (Pop‑up)
Michael Hurley & Betsy Nichols  Knockando   Options 7"      2:37:39 (Pop‑up)
Harry Nilsson  Together   Options Aerial Ballet      2:41:40 (Pop‑up)
Bill Orcutt  Lost They Book   Options How the Thing Sings  Mego    2:43:31 (Pop‑up)
Jim Ford  I'm Gonna Make Her Love Me   Options Harlan County      2:46:15 (Pop‑up)
Cheater Slicks  We All Love Peanut Butter   Options 7"      2:49:26 (Pop‑up)
Mellow Candle  Sheep Season   Options history of UK underground folk v.1      2:53:00 (Pop‑up)
Barn Owl  Pale Star   Options Lost in the Glare  Thrill Jockey    2:56:55 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:04am pierre:

sweet friday to you Scott!
Bonjour listeners
  9:11am Cheri Pi:

Bonjour à tous!
  9:12am scott:

Bonjour pierre et cheri!
  9:20am wildneil:

Hello Scott! Thank you for coming today.
  9:23am scott:

Thank you wildneil.
  9:29am Bad Ronald:

  9:31am wildneil:

Sounds similar to "Hangman" by Led Zep...
  9:38am pierre:

your french is good, Scott.
  9:39am Bad Ronald:

"Bron-Y-Aur Stomp"
  9:40am wildneil:

Led Zeppelin liked "world music" after hearing it on a shortwave radio as a child...
  9:40am wildneil:

Led Zeppelin 3 is really really good...as is "The Object" a very very underrated effort on their part...
  9:41am wildneil:

Well, John Paul Jones anyway...droney folkie is what you want I think....
  9:42am yair yona (tel aviv, Earth):

hey Scott, wha happening?
  9:44am Lee:

Not Bron-Y-Aur Stomp but just "Bron-Y-Aur" perhaps? Great Zeppelin instrumental, would be great to hear that on air.
  9:45am wildneil:

amazing sounds...hammond organ? Or middle eastern bagpipes?
  9:45am scott:

morning yair! Or afternoon where you are.
  9:46am Bad Ronald:

"Hats Off To (Roy) Harper"?
  9:47am scott:

wildneil, bagpipes, this: http://www.emrecords.net/photo_various/YoshiWada2.jpg
  9:48am scott:

maybe it's from the movie Song Remains t he Same? Is there a folky montage? It's been a long time.
  9:49am wildneil:

Once, back in the early to mid 90's I saw a guy in central park playing 5 or 6 different types of bagpipes including an incredibly cool sounding Eyptian or African bagpipe...
  9:50am Lee:

Yes I believe the song in "The Song Remains The Same" you're referring to is "Bron-Y-Aur."
  9:51am wildneil:

Gallows Pole?
  9:52am Bad Ronald:

I think Lee's right, the limo ride to the Garden...
  9:55am yair yona (tel aviv, Earth):

the track in Song Remains is Bron-y-Aur, the instrumental tune.
the Stomp one is from LZ3, which is has vocals and a bass drum.
  9:56am scott:

Hmmmmmmm, that might be it!
  9:56am Bad Ronald:

"Bron-y-Aur" is featured on Physical Graffiti as well.
  9:59am pierre:

i love this Scott, many thanks.
I'm surrounded w/ people that talks about fashion, clothes, money, and i don't give a sh*t about it, THE LONG RALLY is really my favourie fellow.
  10:00am scott:

  10:00am yair yona (tel aviv, Earth):

Bron-Y-Aur is quite a challenge to play, I tell you that.
  10:00am pierre:

who's on that pic?
  10:01am Bad Ronald:

Ha ha, nice photo of Plant!
  10:02am yair yona (tel aviv, Earth):

BTW, I just finished reading Richie York's biography of LZ, it's quite a great book, recommended.
I learned that of all albums, it was Presence that was Jimmy Page's fav album, which is interesting as it's so far away from their early five albums. it's a killer album though I'm a sucker for Physical Graffiti..
  10:04am pierre:

i didn't recognize him, i was like "eh… how weird that Scott has a picture of my uncle"
  10:04am wildneil:

For some droney, science fictiony bluegrass try The Horseflies, they are on myspace...also The Warsaw Village Band,...they sing songs about sex (sometimes) in traditional , bluegrassy/complex hypnotic house music style...its really pretty interesting, actually! http://warsawvillageband.net/
  10:05am Bad Ronald:

Yeah it's a tough call although I tend towards Presence myself. Classic rock radio ruined a couple of tracks off of Physical Graffiti for me...
  10:06am Dead Corporate Eyes:

umm...hello..why is he wagging his finger at me??
  10:07am Bad Ronald:

cuz yer chekin' out his speedo...
  10:07am Dead Corporate Eyes:

my eye was drawn to that silver Dodge van instead!
  10:09am Bad Ronald:

My mistake. I think I see a Mustang and Plymouth too...
  10:14am pierre:

but what's the brand of that speedo then?
  10:15am wildneil:

  10:15am wildneil:

Oh its Polish, made by Stanislaw Kielbasa,,,
  10:16am Robert:

my friend runs a rehearsal studio and the guy who owns the building claims to have known nick drake but never knew he was a recording artist. my friend took in some CDs and the guy was blown away. true story
  10:18am yair yona (tel aviv, Earth):

Niiiceee.... hope you'll leave Down By The Seaside playing afterwards
  10:19am Chris from DC:

A picture of Wada's bagpipe contraption here

  10:19am scott:

Bron-Y-Aur was totally IT! Thanks everyone.
  10:20am jamesie:

Nicely reflective and gentle show, a real treat; lots of love to you Scott and to those listening...
  10:23am scott:

cool, thanks!
  10:23am yair yona (tel aviv, Earth):

Funny, was listening to the Gunn-Truscinski album yesterday, Steve Gunn is half god (nels cline is a whole one)
  10:24am scott:

Steve Gunn here on the show next week!
  10:26am yair yona (tel aviv, Earth):

GREAT! will listen to it!
  10:30am slugluv1313:

excellent show, Scott!

@ Pierre re: people who surround you -- MY THOUGHTS/FEELINGS EXACTLY!!! too many folks out there way too concerned with transitory materialistic STUFF

@ Bad Ronald: i totally agree, "classic rock" radio ruined many songs i really loved as a kid :)
  10:33am pierre:

@ slugluv1313 : yeah, i mean that's their job, but i just can't bear to hear talks about shoes, and how much it will sale, or stuff like that, i mean there is THINGS happening outthere in the WORLD
  10:35am Lee:

That was kind of reminiscent of Bernard Herman's Taxi Driver theme,,,
  10:37am harveyjohn:

Diggin' the laid back ambiance!!!!
  10:37am harveyjohn:

Diggin' the laid back ambiance!!!!
  10:37am wildneil:

Well, most people are completely ignorant of the rampant corporatacracy (national socialism) that is rising globally....government inextricably entangled with private companies using the private company's techology to spy on all of us...librarians asked to report those reading "dangerous books"...etc....all in an effort to stamp out "pre-crime"!
  10:43am pierre:

@ Wild Neil : yeah that's it, i feel like R. Plant's agreeing with us.
  10:44am Mike East:

thanks for the Van Morrison, Scott. Happy Friday everyone!
  10:46am Dead Corporate Eyes:

happy Friday, Mike East...now just TRY to get these images out of your head!
  10:47am G.G.:

  10:53am Mike East:

I haven't allowed myself to look for very long for fear that they'd be burned into my retina
  11:02am yair yona (tel aviv, Earth):

it can also be White Summer, btw. but this one doesn't have vocals as well...
  11:27am hubba:

Whatcha doin?

Eatin chocolate...

Where'd you find it?
  11:31am slugluv1313:

@ Pierre -- EXACTLY! i have known people in the fashion world for years who basically got into it as a means of creativity, self-expression, etc. and they cannot stand the consumerism OVER-KILL!
  11:37am pierre:

@ slugluv 13 13 : fashion is an industry, as well as a very ranked business, everybody doing small tasks, but nothing really strike me as being part of the world. I mean i like easy and futile, but who would have thought that creating futile, would be soooo boring…
  11:41am FRED:

will betsy be back this fall? Hope so
  11:43am Bad Ronald:

Harry! - I love Moonies' cover of this with Ringo.
  11:46am Dead Corporate Eyes:

weird, I was just browsing through a review of this record on Pitchfork (8.0)!
  11:48am scott:

Oh so Pitchfork jumped the shark.
  11:49am Brian in UK:

Your man Plant is wearing a Wolverhampton Wanderers shirt. Well just sbout.
  11:54am Cecile:

Hola, all! Working from my fave location today, Chez Cecile.
  11:57am Cecile:

As for fashion, to me the epitome is Ralph Rucci- wearable art, one piece at a time, items to be loved and treasured and worn while living a great life. Mass-market fashion is fun, but too transient.
  11:57am Cecile:

As for fashion, to me the epitome is Ralph Rucci- wearable art, one piece at a time, items to be loved and treasured and worn while living a great life. Mass-market fashion is fun, but too transient.
  11:58am Cecile:

And yair, I love Presence. First Zep LP I encountered in present tense as a budding music fan.
  11:59am Dead Corporate Eyes:

going out in a great way, Scott!
  11:59am Mike East:

My wife just bought me a pair of fancy leather boots. For me, they'll fit into your category of "wearable art, one piece at a time, items to be loved and treasured and worn while living a great life." I'm very excited about them. She's picking up today.
  12:00pm Bad Ronald:

Great show Scott, thanks!
  12:00pm Cecile:

That's the same with my industrial kilt...when it finally gets finished.
  12:01pm pierre:

yeah this was/is great, thx Scott
  12:04pm Mike East:

Oh, nice Cecile. I was also thinkin' about gettin one of those.
  12:29pm scott:

Thanks everyone! See ya next time...
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