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Familiar & forgotten gems from 50-plus years of music on the darker side, shoegaze, synthpop, goth, psychedelia, darkwave, with unapologetic detours into 70s pop. In a dark night of the soul, it's always 3 o'clock in the morning.

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Options November 29, 2011: Feeling the Night with a Live Set from Lydia Ainsworth

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
T. Rex  20th Century Boy   Options Tanx (Reissue)  Demon Records  1997        0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Jefferson Airplane  Aerie (Gang of Eagles)   Options Long John Silver  Grunt  1972        0:03:00 (Pop‑up)
Syd Barrett  Milky Way   Options Opel  EMI  1988        0:06:49 (Pop‑up)
Chirleison  A Whisper   Options A Whisper  Fossil Dungeon  2004        0:09:59 (Pop‑up)
The Moody Blues  Lost in a Lost World   Options Seventh Sojourn  Decca  1972        0:13:25 (Pop‑up)
Kate Bush  Lake Tahoe   Options 50 Words for Snow  Fish People  2011        0:18:10 (Pop‑up)
Circus Maximus  The Wind   Options Circus Maximus With Jerry Jeff Walker  Vanguard  1967        0:29:13 (Pop‑up)
Hannah Fury  My Next Victim   Options Subterfuge  Mellow Traumatic Recordings  2006        0:37:16 (Pop‑up)
His Name is Alive  If July   Options Always Stay Sweet  4AD  1999        0:40:51 (Pop‑up)
Pink Floyd  One of These Days   Options Meddle  Harvest/EMI  1971  LP      0:44:25 (Pop‑up)
In the Nursery  Temporis   Options Sense: To Cure the Soul by Means of the Senses  Third Mind Records  1991        0:49:30 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Options

Angel Sanctuary OST 

no label 





0:53:57 (Pop‑up)

Lydia Ainsworth
Live on Dark Night of the Soul
Engineer:Stu Rutherford
Lydia Ainsworth  Menaced Assassin   Options Live on WFMU  no label  2011   

Menaced Assassin by René Magritte
  1:03:54 (Pop‑up)
Lydia Ainsworth  White Shadows   Options Live on WFMU  no label  2011        1:05:55 (Pop‑up)
Lydia Ainsworth  All I See   Options Live on WFMU  no label  2011        1:10:33 (Pop‑up)
Lydia Ainsworth  Night Time Watching   Options Live on WFMU  no label  2011        1:15:57 (Pop‑up)
Lydia Ainsworth  The Truth   Options Live on WFMU  no label  2011        1:20:05 (Pop‑up)
Lydia Ainsworth  Before the Earthquake   Options Live on WFMU  no label  2011    New score for 1906 film shot in San Francisco days before the earthquake, you can see entire film at http://www.lydiaainsworth.com    1:23:35 (Pop‑up)
Lydia Ainsworth  Interview   Options Live on WFMU  no label          1:27:47 (Pop‑up)
Lydia Ainsworth  Score for Fugue Nefesh   Options No Album  no label  2011    Film directed by Sol Nagler, view at http://www.lydiaainsworth.com    1:37:19 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Options

Angel Sanctuary OST 

No label 





1:40:52 (Pop‑up)
Dave Davies & Russ Davies  Blessed of All Nights   Options The Aschere Project: Two Worlds  Modus Records  2010        1:44:41 (Pop‑up)
Charles Mingus  The Chill of Death   Options Let My Children Hear Music  Columbia Legacy  1972        1:49:07 (Pop‑up)
Atrium Animae  Psalmus 57   Options Dies Irae  Projekt  2011      *   1:56:43 (Pop‑up)
Nerdkween  3 Haiku   Options Synergy  Stickfigure Recordings  2008        2:01:00 (Pop‑up)
Jillian Ann  Don't Know Where To Go   Options No Album  Jillian Ann          2:05:56 (Pop‑up)
Void Vision  Not Much Of Anything   Options Void Vision EP  Blind Prophet  2010        2:08:30 (Pop‑up)
Excession  Desire   Options Forever  Celestial Records  2002        2:11:45 (Pop‑up)
Austra  Lose It (Yound Galaxy Remix)   Options Sparkle  Domino  2011        2:16:15 (Pop‑up)
Tubeway Army  Down in the Park   Options Replicas  Beggars Banquet  1979        2:20:34 (Pop‑up)
Death in June  To Drown A Rose   Options Brown Book  NER  1987        2:24:49 (Pop‑up)
Tamaryn  Golden Song   Options Led Astray, Washed Ashore  Troubleman Unltd.  2009        2:29:14 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Options

Angel Sanctuary OST 

no label 





2:33:08 (Pop‑up)
The Beatles  Within You WIthout You   Options Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band  EMI  1967        2:38:13 (Pop‑up)
The Bee Gees  Turn of the Century   Options 1st  Atco Records  1967  LP      2:42:45 (Pop‑up)
Apryl Fool  Tomorrow's Child   Options Love, Peace & Poetry: Japanese Psychedelic Music  QDK Media    MP3      2:45:11 (Pop‑up)
Donovan  Hempstead Incident (demo)   Options Mellow Yellow (deluxe)  EMI  2005        2:49:34 (Pop‑up)
The Overtones  Home Type Girl   Options Psychedelic States Volume 3: New York In The 60s  Gear Fab  2011      *   2:53:23 (Pop‑up)
Syd Barrett  Gigolo Aunt (loop)   Options Barrett (Partial song)  Capitol  1970        2:56:36 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:02am fred:

Good morning Julie!
So when is your show on the new schedule?
  3:11am Julie:

same crazy time! No sleep for me!
  3:14am fred:

I know I'm being selfish, but that's good news for me.
  3:18am fred von helsing:

yes, good for european worker drones like us chained to our desks !
  3:19am fred:

This part of the schedule is now officially endorsed by the fred society
  3:20am Julie:

You think I'd be used to it by now!
  3:20am fred von helsing:

well now, there ya go ! btw www.fredsociety.com for your fred merch needs
  3:21am Julie:

Dark Night of the Freds
  3:22am fred von helsing:

Har !!
  3:25am fred von helsing:

gotta head out to work. Fred, please carry on until I can rejoin
  3:27am fred:

no worry, fred
  3:28am Julie:

oh no we're going to have a fred deficiency
  3:30am fred:

not for long, he'll be back in no time
  3:33am Julie:

We have a funky spinning strobe in here now, and I just turned it on :)
  3:35am Sam:

Hi, I'm here. I'm not Fred. How's that for diversity?
  3:35am Julie:

All celebrate the arrival of Sam!
  3:37am fred:

Welcome Sam. Don't worry, this is an inclusive playlist, you won't have to change your name
  3:44am Sam:

But maybe I will gradually become more Fred-like
  3:48am fred:

Ssshhh. That's our secret. There used to be many more names here, but they've all been absorbed by the fred hive-mind.
  3:48am Julie:

Embrace your inner Fredness
  3:48am pierre:

is there a place for a wee pierre around here?
(non-listeners listeners this morning)
  3:49am Julie:

Bonjour Pierre! I hope you still listen sometimes :)
  3:51am pierre:

i do more often, actually, but two to three times a week i can't, the rest of the time i'm tuning in. i've miss you, therefore i'm happy to "see" you there.
  3:52am Julie:

Miss you around here!
  3:53am Julie:

And just in time to not hear something French too
  3:55am pierre:

thanks, well, as i was spending more time on the Crapola Central (3 shirt and a cap + my pledge) i'm also trying to tweet more than i use to, soon i'll have a device to have the FMU app.

Good i love to (not)hear my language :) Cheers !
  4:00am fred:

Salut Pierre! There's a good one @instants Friday: TG, the dreams, animals & men. And it's cheaper than usual
  4:03am pierre:

i know Fred, i'm quite sad about this… i'm already taken for an evening of boringness
  4:05am fred:

Well you can get another G from Brussels the next day: el-G @Olympic, with tomuttontu, id m theft able, and helm
  4:08am pierre:

El-G is so on my schedule !
  4:11am fred:

Unfortunately I can't make it, but Lucas might be there
  4:13am Matt from Springfield:

Morning Julie!
This is quite the trip-pop! I can see why Lydia is looking forward to the new Kate album--she's kinda like that style in a trippy remix!
  4:14am Matt from Springfield:

Morning pierre, freds!
  4:14am Julie:

Morning Matt!
  4:17am pierre:

hi Matt
  4:17am Matt from Springfield:

Are you going to be playing the Stone Roses?
(re: today's photo) :)
  4:17am fred:

I like this set. But she doesn't seem to tour much, is that correct?
  4:17am Julie:

Hadn't thought about it. I really don't know them at all.
  4:18am Julie:

She's getting there. She's working on an EP. She's played two dates in NYC that I know about, and did an LA show based around a film she scored.
  4:23am fred:

That's a start. But as for getting here (as in Paris) this might take a while... that's where the live sessions come in handy
  4:24am Julie:

I was afraid she wouldn't get back into the US! (you'll hear in interview)
  4:26am Matt from Springfield:

A new score for a silent film? That's pretty cool. In film class we viewed several silent films with creative, modern scores like this.
  4:26am Julie:

I recommend going to watch it later on, it's really a nice film
  4:31am Gavin.:

Oooh can you ask Lydia if she is planning on touring the UK any time?
  4:32am Julie:

I will try to find out
  4:36am fred von helsing:

aw heck I missed the live set ???
  4:37am Matt from Springfield:

Archives! FMA!
Morning FvH! :)
  4:37am Dave B:

Waking up to go to sleep. Just wanted to stop by and say good nightmorning
  4:37am Matt from Springfield:

Lydia has no Wiki page, but is IMDB-able:
  4:39am fred:

Welcome back fred. It's my turn to leave for work, now that I know I'm not leaving Julie fred-less
  4:40am Julie:

Hiya Dave! Yes definitely check out the archives, I think she's very unique. When her album is ready, I hope to have her back with her string players and drummer
  4:42am Gavin.:

Julie she reminds me of Julianna Barwick! Very good stuff and an interesting interview. Thanks!
  4:43am Matt from Springfield:

See you later fred!
(Though as you point out, this is a Fred-influenced culture, you can't REALLY leave your influence behind...)
  4:44am Matt from Springfield:

Speaking of which, we had more of a David demographic in shows past, but I haven't seen david lately. other david checks in frequently.
  4:46am Julie:

Thank you Gavin! I will have to give Julianna another listen then.
  4:47am Matt from Springfield:

Wow, another one from Dave Davies!
I didn't imagine Dave to be "hippy-dippy" like this, but it's true, hear for yourself!
  4:52am Dave B:

These are the Dave's I know
  4:54am Matt from Springfield:

@Dave B: Ha ha, I remember that Kids In The Hall song! Nice absurd little rock number!
  4:58am fred von helsing:

Today's Fredland Security Alert Status is: Beige
  4:59am Van in Dallas:

Exceedingly rare pleasure to stop in and say hi live during the show. Hi Julie and everyone. Have a wonderful night/morning. *yawn* back to bed for me.
  4:59am Julie:

Van wait! I've got Monica next
  5:00am Matt from Springfield:

Hi Bye, Van! :)

Though, maybe you want to stay for Monica next, join in the LIVE chat...yeah, you'll be hooked soon enough. :)
  5:02am Matt from Springfield:

Ah, Nerdkween!
  5:03am Julie:

Nearly time to turn off the strobes
  5:10am Julie:

Void Vision may be coming in soon!
  5:10am Matt from Springfield:

But not yet! Leave on the strobes for this one!
  5:10am fred von helsing:

VV seems to be a crowd fave lately eh
  5:11am Matt from Springfield:

@Julie: Did you select any George Harrison? It's 10 years ago today.
  5:13am Julie:

Maybe something Beatle in a bit, I don't really play him on his own.
  5:14am Gavin.:

  5:16am Matt from Springfield:

@Julie: Thanks! After this "club vibe" ends, of course!
  5:17am Julie:

not that I know which songs are his...within you without you?? Norwegian wood?
  5:17am Matt from Springfield:

Wow, people are doing Austra remixes!
  5:18am Julie:

They put out a whole album of remixes! I also think they had some kind of contest
  5:19am Matt from Springfield:

"Within You, Without You" is an excellent choice! "Love You To" is also Indian, but surprisingly dance music. "Long Long Long" if the White Album's handy.

Norwegian Wood is John, btw :)
  5:20am Julie:

Beatles albums are FAR away, will see what i can do
  5:21am Matt from Springfield:

I know you said the Beatles weren't on Spotify...the FMU mp3 library?
  5:24am Julie:

got it
  5:31am fred von helsing:

super dark night of the soul vibe going out over the airwaves today
  5:34am Matt from Springfield:

@FVH: It's a chill, excellent club in here right now!
Liked that Death In June!
  5:35am fred von helsing:

how 'bout a bit o' Shampoo to shake things up :-P
  5:38am fred von helsing:

While my sitar gently weeps
  5:39am Matt from Springfield:

Many thanks Julie!! This will keep the ethereal, trippy vibe going on a bit longer!

You are loved and missed George.
  5:39am Sam:

Oh god, every time I hear this kind of music it makes me crave Indian food! It's almost lunch time. I'm thinking of chick peas floating in spicy oil.
  5:39am Matt from Springfield:

@FVH: Good one! I never thought of it like that before!
  5:40am Julie:

Sorry no Shampoo handy I left my hard drive at home :(
  5:41am Matt from Springfield:

Chana Masala, Sam!
  5:41am Sam:

It was exactly 20 years ago today
  5:41am Sam:

That Sergeant Pepper taught the band to play
  5:42am fred von helsing:

I can send you "Trouble" :-D
  5:42am Sam:

Was he Sergeant Black Pepper? Was he hot? Or green?
  5:44am fred von helsing:

Was he a Doctor ?
  5:44am jamesie:

I have this BeeGees CD box set to Sexton Ming, he really liked it.
  5:45am Matt from Springfield:

Bee Gees rockin' the retroness Kinks style, complete with harpsichord and brass!
  5:45am jamesie:

  5:45am fred von helsing:

  5:47am Julie:

I blame you Matt for my ending my show in the 60s YET again
  5:49am Matt from Springfield:

Hey don't blame me, the end of this show suffers from institutional 60s ness! ;)
  5:49am fred von helsing:

  5:52am Matt from Springfield:

That's a nice Donovan, never heard this before.
  5:53am Sam:

Just what the sergeant ordered
  5:54am Andy in Berlin:

this is a different Donovan song, no?
  5:56am Julie:

Yes Andy I fixed the name
  5:56am fred von helsing:

Set the controls of the Wayback Machine for 1962, Sergeant. We have a mission to change the course of music history!
  5:57am corduroy moccasins:

I feel alive!
  5:57am Matt from Springfield:

"Gigolo Aunt"--here we end, once again!
Amazing show Julie! Thanks!
  5:58am fred von helsing:

yes great show thank you !
  5:58am Sam:

jm in the am on the fm
Very clever
  5:58am Julie:

stolen from Therese!
  5:59am Julie:

Thanks for listening everyone!
  5:59am Sam:

Was it 20 years ago today?
  5:59am Matt from Springfield:

Have a great Tuesday everyone!

Upside-Down Vampire Bats, unite!
  5:59am Matt from Springfield:

@Sam: 10 years ago today.
  9:35am Van in Dallas:

Aww...this show isn't archived yet? :( Okay, good things come to those who wait :)

I JUST missed Monica, earlier when I popped in for a micro-second.
  12:19pm Van in Dallas:

Okay, diving in!
  12:38pm 12539:

Lovely set from Lydia, Julie! Nice work.
  2:44pm Van in Dallas:

Just really through first set. Always love hearing KaTe...and this was brand new just-released-last-week KaTe! :) I HAVE listened to the entire album and I think the comparison to The Ninth Wave is not an unjust one! Now if my pre-ordered KaTe CD would finally get here, grrr...

Really love that old Floyd song from Meddle!

Enjoyed that first set Julie.
  3:47pm Van in Dallas:

Is it just me or does Grace Slick & Buffy Sainte-Marie actually sound eerily similar? (That's a good thing though :) )

Enjoying the Lydia songs
  11:34am Van in Dallas:

AUSTRA! My request! THANKS Julie! :)

Loving this last set :)
  11:40am Van in Dallas:

Oops. Make that next-to-last set. I try not to look at the playlist until after hearing a set so that I can be surprised by what's next :)
  4:08pm Van in Dallas:

Really nice show Julie. Many thanks again, as always.
  8:11pm Marmalade kitty:

checking in for archive dark night of the soul..!
  8:14pm Julie:

Yay Kitty! :)
  8:49pm Marmalade kitty:

Hey Julie!
  10:07pm Marmalade kitty:

Nice live set and interview, Lydia is very talented. I just love the SanFrancisco film footage, that is a time machine right there. very interesting indeed. I'm blown away to hear Mingus!
  10:13pm Julie:

I'm not a jazz fan, but I thought that number was really interesting.
  11:20pm Marmalade kitty:

Great show Julie! Goodnight
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