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Options November 18, 2011: Hip Hop Be Bop (with special guests Christian Marclay and Otomo Yoshihide)

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Mann Parrish  Hip Hop Be Bop   Options   Importe/12  1982  45     
Greg Carr  Tuning In   Options Technological Retreat: Mixes Vol. 1  Innova  2005  CD    0:06:24 (Pop‑up)
Jeremiah Cymerman  Opening   Options Fire Sign  Tzadik  2011  CD    0:07:12 (Pop‑up)
Eric Glick Rieman  What's Said, Reinterpreted by Future Hearers   Options In My Mind, Her Image Was Reversed  Accretions  2011  CD    0:08:53 (Pop‑up)
Franklyn McCormack  Restful Sleep   Options Mind Development: A Sleep Teaching  Stanford Institute    LP    0:09:50 (Pop‑up)
Aki Onda & Alan Licht  Tick tock   Options Everydays  Family Vineyard  2008  CD    0:16:12 (Pop‑up)
Jean Jacques Perrey & David Chazam  Loop   Options Elecktronics  Basta    CD    0:21:36 (Pop‑up)
    Sounds of a Tropical Rainforest in America  Folkways    LP    0:22:50 (Pop‑up)
Edmundo Ros & His Orchestra  Maria My Own (Maria La O)   Options The New Rhythms of the South  London    LP    0:24:58 (Pop‑up)
Los Indios Tabajaras  Maria Elena   Options Sweet and Savage  RCA Victor  1958  LP    0:26:57 (Pop‑up)
Nun's Chorus  Maria   Options The Sound of Music: An Original Soundtrack Recording  RCA Victor    LP    0:30:12 (Pop‑up)
            a bunch of locked grooves  0:42:50 (Pop‑up)
Merzbow  Eucalypse (3)   Options Eucalypse          0:44:39 (Pop‑up)
Pauiline Oliveros & Reynols  The Invisible Flag Points to the Sun   Options The Minexcio Connection: Live! At The Rosendale Cafe  Roaratorio  2003  LP    0:51:38 (Pop‑up)
Kansanturvamusiikkikkomissio  Kalinka   Options More Arctic Hysteria/Son of Arctic Hysteria - The Later Years of Finnish Avant Garde  Love Records    CD    1:10:18 (Pop‑up)
Otomo Yoshihide            Live at WFMU. Thanks to Mark Triant for engineering!  1:17:09 (Pop‑up)
Christian Marclay / Otomo Yoshihide  Distant Trip   Options Moving Parts  Asphodel  2000  CD    1:39:57 (Pop‑up)
Christian Marclay / Otomo Yoshihide            interview  1:40:09 (Pop‑up)
Alvin Curran  Toto Angelica   Options Toto Angelica  I Dischi Di Angelica  2005  CD    2:08:33 (Pop‑up)
Alessandro Bosetti  Exposé #10   Options Exposé  Die Schachtel  2007  CD    2:35:06 (Pop‑up)
Petula Clark  The Show is Over   Options Beautiful Sounds: The Petula Clark Songbook  Castle  2000  CD    2:58:54 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:01pm wildneil:

Dudes! Kurt! Dude! YOUROCK!
  3:02pm still b/p:

  3:03pm Vicki:

  3:11pm BodegaMan:

MN Jeff, wanted to let you know I have been e-mailing a link to the comment page to a few friends who appreciate your .gif skills. Consistently excellent.
  3:13pm hamburger:

harrow - is that a joaquin phoenix goat?
  3:16pm Clinical Diagnosis:

Multiple picturality disorder (425.9 a )
  3:22pm Vicki:

I did a gig with Aki Onda last night :)
  3:43pm still b/p:

If you grab and drag from the gif, it's like flipping a coin -- you get a still image, sometimes goat, sometimes guy. I can't ID guy, though.
  3:43pm Looms:

Be Bop Boo Doop Peedoo! Hello!
Wonderful guests today :)
  3:45pm Michiel:

Yeah, this is when I stop listening to WFMU. This is just stupid noise.
  3:46pm Mike East:

The two WFMU greetings messages that consistently crack me up: "We'll Never Leave your Cake out in the Rain" and "We care if Jimmy Crack Corn." Hi Kurt and everybody! Bye Michiel!
  3:46pm Michiel:

Sounds great when you turn it off, though!
  3:47pm Michiel:

What's the point of this? Reducing the network load?
  3:48pm nat the parker:

I am freakin out to this song... I wonder how it sounds autotuned?
  3:48pm Looms:

@Michiel: catharsis!!!!
  3:48pm Mike East:

I think the point is FREEform.
  3:50pm hamburger:

I love the chorus on this one :D
  3:52pm BodegaMan:

still b/p nice coin flip trick. Looking for an office wager to put it in use.
  3:56pm Carmichael:

I always get goat. Have tried 50 times ... Boo hoo.

Hi everyone.
  3:56pm BSI:

I'll have the Stupid Noise, please. And the goat. Thanks...
  3:58pm BodegaMan:

With some song selection angst on the comment boards, I think it's the perfect time for...."A series of photographs of two people..."
  3:58pm goat:

deliver me from BSI please.
  4:00pm Waiter:

BSI - the goat doth protest...
  4:02pm hamburger:

yes I agree with the 'make a series of photographs of chance encountered people sharing a set of headphones listening to music one of the earpieces in one person's ear, the second in the others'
  4:04pm BSI:

I forgot all about the series of photographs..... thingie...
Much more important than goat waiters. Holy crap.
  4:05pm Hod:

I'm craving a bowl of lime Jell-o™ with carrot shavings suspended within.
  4:09pm still b/p:

OK -- Eeeeeeat!
  4:10pm DJKG:

hi everyone!

'make a series of photographs of chance encountered people sharing a set of headphones listening to music one of the earpieces in one person's ear,' will happen!
  4:12pm Jennique:

Listening to this makes me feel like a replicant.
  4:14pm Carmichael:

Pondering the phrase "Finnish Avant Garde" ....
  4:18pm Minnesota Jeff:

I've always hoped my .gifs would be used for gambling. Thanks still b/p! Thanks BodegaMan! Also, the man you see if Mann Parrish himself.
  4:25pm Parq:

<shows his age> I'm sure you all recognize this lovely melody, 'A Stranger In Paradise.'
  4:27pm Cheri Pi:

this is awesome!
  4:29pm Mike East:

Do we know what equipment is being used for this?
  4:30pm Cheri Pi:

What kind of axe is being ground?
  4:32pm Carmichael:

He'd be a fisherman if he could. But he can't because he's a f($)@&! GENIUS!
  4:35pm Picky:

It's Oh-to-mo Yo-shi-hi-day, not Yoshihida. At least you're not announcing him as Otome Yoshihide like some other DJs I could mention...
  4:38pm Picky:

"Otome" means maiden, btw.
  4:53pm Cecile:

Ask Christian what he thought about the Walker a while back when he accompanied Merce Cunningham's dance troupe. I think it was in the mid 90s. and it was outside and broiling hot.
  4:53pm Cecile:

Walker Arts Center in Minneapolis, sorry.
  4:54pm Cecile:

but it was a really unique and cool show.
  5:01pm Listener Dave From Seattle:

That show was one of the coolest things I have ever seen live.
  5:02pm Cecile:

  5:02pm Cecile:

I was freaked out by the sweater.
  5:02pm Carmichael:

Nice, Cecile!
  5:02pm Listener Dave From Seattle:

I of course was wearing all black as well.
  5:05pm Cecile:

I must have drank at least two litters of water and still barely made it home w/o dehydrating.
  5:06pm Listener Dave From Seattle:

Was that the show with the silver balloons or was that another show?
  5:08pm Cecile:

I don't remember? Maybe?
  5:09pm Listener Dave From Seattle:

That might have been another really hot show.
  5:12pm Cecile:

Oh! maybe that was the Stereolab/Sonic Youth show at the Walker? (back when Rock the Garden was interesting?)
  5:12pm Norman:

I don't get this
  5:13pm Listener Dave From Seattle:

I have never gone to a rock the garden. For some reason I remember it as a Phillip Glass thing. I could be wrong.
  5:16pm andymophic:

is that some zorn horn in there?
  5:17pm Greg from Va:

My patience has been maxed, this music just makes my nerves on edge and jangled, life is tough enough already, don't need to be reminded of it at this moment, off to the archives.
  5:18pm tonyc:

Don't know if I should admit this, since it kind of defeats the purpose, but I bought Marclay's "Record Without a Cover" right after it came out, then immediately put it in a jacket. There's not a scratch on the thing.
  5:19pm Robert in Seattle:

Agreed. I love WFMU about 50% of the time, so that's not too bad, I guess. But my blood pressure sky rockets when I log on, about 50% of the time and hear this crap.
  5:20pm andymophic:

this stuff just gets my mind racing. i am doing some pretty complex stuff and it really helps me.
  5:20pm Robert in Seattle:

Agreeing with Greg from Va, that is.
  5:23pm Listener Dave From Seattle:

I am enjoying this show. I try to tune in every week.
  5:23pm Picky:

Disagreeing with Robert and Greg. Keep the experimental noise going, 60%, 80%, even 99% of the time!
  5:23pm Brass Knuckles:

People think there is sexy going on at my computer.
  5:24pm Cecile:

I went to one, Dave. It was really good, but I never felt the urge to go to another. I don't know, i wasn't at the Philip Glass show, if there were balloons, sorry I missed it!
  5:24pm Greg from Va:

I love FMu too Robert, I imagine it offers such diversity to match the various expressions of the DJ's, sometimes it clicks with that inner vibe we have, other times it challenges, then there is the time you run as fast for your CD's, iPod or FMU archives. The musical roulette that the station offers is unique though, can't find this any where else.
  5:27pm Cecile:

Yeah, Greg, I've run for the hill sometimes myself. If I wasn't in a fairly calm mood, I might have tuned out already. But since I'm working on layout projects, it's like hearing crazy factory noise and it kind of fits.
  5:29pm Picky:

WFMU needs more Merzbow.
  5:31pm Greg from Va:

Cecile, love the idea that music influences your designs and creative spirit and I can see how this music as background textures may indeed spur you on. Channeling your inner Sagmeister!
  5:32pm Listener Dave From Seattle:

The thing about WFMU is that there are so many different kinds of shows. I tune in for the shows I really like and some I don't listen to. I would rather have than than a station that might play a song a like every once in a while.
  5:32pm Norman:

Is this what the average joe has on his/her ipod on their way to work??
  5:33pm Cecile:

well, I'm really just dumping the unit progress reports into Publisher, but it makes it exciting.
  5:34pm Robert in Seattle:

Don't get me wrong - totally love the free-form diversity. And the archives are amazing. So, while this show is on I'm listening to the October 26 Evan "Funk" Davies show (for about the 50th time, a particularly good show that day!) This is the only station I listen to!
  5:34pm john:

that boiled my gourd. Fun!
  5:36pm hamburger:

thank you kurt!
  5:37pm Parq:

My thanks also for the request for Expose # 10 -- always gald to hear this.
  5:37pm Brass Knuckles:

Damn, didn't you play this song last month?
  5:38pm john:

and this! this is BEAUuuuuutiful
  5:38pm Tristram in Brooklyn:

yes, I love it....
  5:39pm Parq:

With due respect to Norman, if this average Joe had Expose # 10 on his iPod, it would be set on repeat and played for hours.
  5:39pm Greg from Va:

Yeah Dave, I usually listen to shows I know and like too, and I don't usually listen at this time on Fridays, so it is new to me, but I have to be in a mood for it, yet though, it is growing on me. I guess I tuned in just as their was high pitched screaming accompanied by high pitched industrial sounds, like stepping into hell night in my old industrial neighborhood in Detroit all of a sudden, just was not expecting to go there again, yeah, the power of music is amazing.
  5:39pm Cecile:

I think this weekend I will make series of photographs of chance encountered people sharing a set of headphones to listen to music...
  5:40pm Cecile:

I can be very suggestible.
  5:40pm DJKG:

cecile! do it!

thanks for tuning in,everyone. sorry i've been too busy to type at you.
  5:41pm Tito B.:

Between noon and 6 on Fridays I usually forget there's "music" playing.
  5:41pm Greg from Va:

Cecile, sounds like a worthy project indeed!
  5:43pm hamburger:

I don't know why, but this is so amazing
  5:44pm Cecile:

either that or I'll watch my TiVod episodes of Sweet Genius
  5:44pm Tristram in Brooklyn:

the Elvis goat helps a lot.....
  5:45pm Cecile:

DJKG, ha, I'm so glad Christian remembered that. It was a great show, but it was like being inside a blast furnace.
  5:45pm Crazy Dave:

I doing that now with my dog, Alfred, we always share earphones when we ride on my Harley.
  5:46pm DJKG:

the same record has "make videos of people singing a single long fixed note while a stream of water is squirted into their mouths. the video portrays the people in profile. you only see the person's open mouth and the stream of water. you don't understand where the stream is coming from. you make various videos in which different people sing different notes to show later on different monitors in the same room. the sound of the different notes ends up being harmonious."

this one seems much more practical to me, tho.
  5:47pm Cecile:

I had a fun day today. I was interviewing a lovely co-worker who loves hard rock for the company newsletter, and for the accompanying article, I photoshopped her head over Lou Reed's in this pic where he posed with Metallica. She loved it.
  5:49pm ya ya:

Make a series of photographs of chance encountered people sharing a set of headphones to listen to music. One of the ear pieces in one persons ear. The second in the others.
  5:49pm Greg from Va:

Alessandro Bosetti gave a performance and talk at the University of Virgina last year, a very creative soul indeed.
  5:50pm Tristram in Brooklyn:

Good for you....C
  5:51pm DJKG:

i REALLY love bosetti's work. like a lot. he has a new band called 'trophies' that kills. similar approach to Exposé #10 but written for a trio with electric guitar and drums. he's been on my show a couple times as well. he is bold genius man.
  5:52pm Looms:

It was a great show, thanks Otomo, Christian & Kurt. Tuning out because this Bosetti track bores everyone here, including me ;)
See y'all!
  5:52pm Cecile:

We decided to have her make the goofiest, most un-Lou face possible. And she had her head in the same position as Lou's so with a couple of filters it looks like she's in the picture.
  5:53pm jpk:

i'm still awaiting instructions on what i do with these photographs now...
  5:54pm john:

i gotta get this album kurt
  5:54pm DJKG:

jpk: once you've made them, you're done.
  5:55pm hamburger:

what would these chance encountered people be listening to at the same time via these headphones?
  5:55pm jpk:

ok. i will say that it was a worthwhile experience!
  5:56pm Mike East:

Have a great weekend Kurt and commenters!!!!
  5:56pm Carmichael:

Man, I now love Bosetti as well. I'm pounding away on my keyboard and got lost in the notes. Too cool!
  5:56pm Cecile:

They would be listening to Alessandro Bosetti's Expose #10
  5:56pm Stanley:

From Julie Andrews to Alessandro Bosetti. Free form at its best. Thanks Kurt for a great show. WFMU does it as usual.
  5:56pm Cecile:

bye mike!
  5:57pm seang:

billy jam filling in tonight!!
  5:59pm hamburger:

thank you Kurt G - that was sumptin else
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