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Favoriting August 31, 2012: Natural High (With a Top 40 Request from Laura Kaminsky)
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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Bloodstone  Natural High   Favoriting   London  1972  45     
Steely Dan  Black Friday   Favoriting A Decade of Steely Dan  MCA  1985  CD    0:02:39 (Pop-up)
Third Eye  Black Friday   Favoriting Negru Voda / An Impulse of Fear  Crowd Control Activities  1998  CD  split with Raudive Experiments  0:06:03 (Pop-up)
Gog  Gasp In a Fifty Pound Claw   Favoriting Mist From the Random More  Utech  2009  CD    0:12:37 (Pop-up)
Bassoon  Flight of Hektor   Favoriting Bassoon  Ultramarine  2012  CD    0:21:19 (Pop-up)
 
Gian Luigi Diana and Jimmy Johnsen  Fukushima Blues   Favoriting MU  Setola DiMaiale  2011  CD    0:32:44 (Pop-up)
Mark Wastell & Jonathan McHugh  Eventide   Favoriting Fukishuma!  Presqu'ile  2012  CD    0:37:04 (Pop-up)
Steffen Schleiermacher  Electronic Music for 2 Pianos   Favoriting John Cage: Complete Piano Music  MDG  2012  CD  Composed by John Cage in 1964; This recording originally released in 1998  0:43:30 (Pop-up)
Claire Bryant and Idith Meshulam  Duo for Piano and Cello   Favoriting   forthcoming release  2012  WAV  Composed by Laura Kaminsky in 2002  0:58:13 (Pop-up)
Laura Kaminsky  interview   Favoriting           1:15:56 (Pop-up)
Stevie Wonder  Signed Sealed Delivered   Favoriting Looking Back  Motown  1977  LP    1:27:52 (Pop-up)
The Delfonics  A Lover's Concerto   Favoriting La La Means I Love You  Ace Records  2007  CD  Originally released in 1968  1:29:48 (Pop-up)
Rotary Connection  Let Them Talk   Favoriting Aladdin  Raven  1998  CD  Originally Released in 1968  1:31:55 (Pop-up)
Brian Eno  The Fat Lady of Limbourg   Favoriting Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)  Asphodel  2004  CD  Originally released in 1974  1:36:20 (Pop-up)
Mark Dresser  Prophecy of the Somnabulist   Favoriting The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari  Knitting Factory Works  1994  CD    1:41:17 (Pop-up)
Erdem Helvacioglu  Blood Drops by the Pool   Favoriting Eleven Short Stories  Innova  2012  CD    1:49:02 (Pop-up)
Ross Bolleter  Goya's Dog   Favoriting Night Kitchen: An Hour of Ruined Piano  Emanem  2010  CD    1:52:52 (Pop-up)
 
Larry Polansky  #18 (2002) Trio Canon for Christian Wolff   Favoriting Four-Voice Canons  Cold Blue Music  2002  CD    2:06:37 (Pop-up)
Eberhard Blum / Nils Vigeland  For Christian Wolff (excerpt)   Favoriting For Christian Wolff  hatNOW  1992  CD  Composed by Morton Feldman in 1986  2:11:40 (Pop-up)
Tom Johnson  Mersenne Numbers   Favoriting Music for 88  Experimental Intermedia  1992  CD    2:29:36 (Pop-up)
 
Glasgow Improvisers Orchestra  Impreocherto (for HB)   Favoriting GN82: Impreocherto (for HB)  Iorram  2012  CD    2:42:21 (Pop-up)
Petula Clark  The Show is Over   Favoriting Beautiful Sounds: The Petula Clark Songbook  Castle  2000  CD    2:54:09 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  3:05pm
DCE:

were you projecting onto Bryce back there?
  3:05pm
pierre:

Bonsoir Kurt !
Glad to be here live from Paris.
i love this song.
  3:06pm
hamburger:

I enjoyed that banter
  3:07pm
Cheri Pi:

I'm one of the few in my peer group who love Steely Dan.
  3:07pm
common:

hell yea Steely Dan! Where's the coke?
  3:09pm
hamburger:

that gif looks dirty. or I have a dirty mind.
  3:10pm
Art Smass:

Loving the show down here in Muswellbrook!
  3:11pm
DCE:

dirty? hmm...now that you mention it, the back and forth thrusting of the blue and green squares into the pink area...umm...
  3:12pm
common:

dirty
  3:14pm
Woofers:

Luvin the Third Eye!
Avatar 3:17pm
DJKG:

good afternoon, everyone!
  3:22pm
davo:

I have some music that fits your program- please check it out-
http://soundcloud.com/dju-6/braindub-edit
cool sounds your'e playing :)
  3:23pm
DCE:

nice and noisy today, DJKG. I say well done old chap.
  3:26pm
fred:

Good afternoon Kurt and listeners
Nice start to this show, hence to my weekend
  3:27pm
Carmichael:

Hiya, Kurty boy.
  3:29pm
Carmichael:

And a nice Journey-themed landscape, Jeff!
  3:31pm
bryce:

kurt, really good show!
  3:31pm
northguineahills:

Where's the Bassoon, I don't hear one!

Ultramarine recs has some good stuff!
  3:32pm
DCE:

bryce likes your show!
  3:33pm
northguineahills:

Ninni Morgia (Aquamarine is his label), was here in Brooklyn, but the last I spoke to him, he was back in Italy.
  3:33pm
DCE:

that's it. I refuse to do any more work today.
Avatar 3:37pm
DJKG:

no kidding, ngh! i didn't know that was ninni's label!
  3:39pm
common:

this is great!
  3:45pm
BSI:

deep.
me likey.
  3:46pm
northguineahills:

From the other room, this Wastell/McHugh sounded like Biosphere.
  3:51pm
Caryn:

Hello all!
  3:55pm
Cheri Pi:

Hi Caryn~ bliss out w/ us
  3:55pm
Carmichael:

This is some broodong Cage music. Hard to edit documents by, as I get too involved in the music.
  3:57pm
northguineahills:

I found it interesting that they had a Cage score at MOMA.
  3:58pm
fred:

Good evening Caryn, it's been a while
  4:00pm
Carmichael:

*brooding* ... Brew dong happens at my local pub.
  4:03pm
Caryn:

Hi Cheri! Yeah, fred, been away on holiday, most of it on a little island. No WFMU for almost 3 weeks. Good to be back!
  4:06pm
hamburger:

there's some weird thing going on at MOMA, photos of people crying whilst the artist is just sitting in a chair staring at them... http://marinaabramovicmademecry.tumblr.com/
  4:32pm
tim from champaign:

Great interview! I never noticed the sitar-y sound in this song before.
  4:37pm
Carmichael:

I didn't realize that Denny Randell was involved in the writing of Lover's Concerto. He worked with Bob Crewe and ultimately wrote some good Four Seasons numbers.
  4:41pm
Caryn:

The post-interview set is really coming out swinging!
  4:53pm
Mike East:

sounding good today, DJKG!
  4:57pm
common:

Happy weekend everyone!!~!!! Beer beer beer!!!!
  4:58pm
Mike East:

I'll take one of those, common!
  5:01pm
fred:

This is really nice. I'm going to miss this show when I resume my regular schedule -- being at a gig on Friday nights.
  5:01pm
Carmichael:

Beer is so close, but yet so far ....
  5:04pm
kat330:

Here for the last hour at least. Hi, Kurt and ready-for-the-weekend listeners!
  5:04pm
Caryn:

Speaking of film music, spent most of the day racking my brain after watching a movie with a Michael Nyman score, only to recognise one bit as originally coming from another movie, and more specifically, a scene where someone committed suicide. Just couldn't remember what. Drove me nuts until I googled the track...
  5:09pm
M:

Love your show
Listen regularly
We love WFMU
And many thanks all your support
One Dj at KUSF in EXILE
  5:13pm
hamburger:

so which movie was it Caryn?!
  5:13pm
kat330:

Hey, Caryn! I don't believe I've seen you on MM, at least not in recent months. You might enjoy checking out Kurt's playlist here when you have a moment: http://wfmu.org/playlists/shows/46503 for some Gristle-y Kat sounds sent in. :) [TrisKaideKaphobic MonKs]
  5:16pm
Caryn:

@kat: ooh, will have to check that out! Yeah, I tend to somewhat lurk during MM, as I tend to just zone out on the music and not write that much on the comments board.
  5:17pm
kat330:

Oh, then maybe you already heard it. And speaking of films, did you ever see "Iron Sky," Caryn?
  5:25pm
Caryn:

@kat: not yet (couldn't afford to see it while it was in theatres), but will undoubtedly check it out at some point.
  5:37pm
hamburger:

woa
  5:37pm
fred:

I really like Tom Johnson. Galileo is amazing live; even though you quickly know what's next, it's still new. And it's both physical and intellectual
  5:37pm
kat330:

This is fascinating. I have 2 streams just the tiniest bit off-sync making it -- mind-blowing.
  5:37pm
hamburger:

seems david lynch-y today
  5:38pm
hamburger:

spooky ragtime
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DJKG:

yeah, johnson's crazy! do you know his "lecture on repeating" (or a title similar to that)? the audience yells to get him to either repeat the last sentence or move on to the next one after each line. it's amazing and hilarious! i heard him do it and was half the room was on the floor laughing because it's so absurd and he's so stone-faced doing it.
  5:40pm
Prog Police:

I checked the "Math" box for Tom Johnson, but unless there's an arrangement with flute playing the solo line, this is not going to be reported to The Central Scrutinizer.
  5:44pm
fred:

@DJKG: I didn't know that one. But he lives in Paris and has ties to both my favorite venue (instants chavir├ęs) and where I work. I've had chance sightings quite a few times, asking "hey, isn't that Tom Johnson?" to people nearby, getting blank stares in return...
Avatar 5:46pm
DJKG:

oh, you should go chat him up! i've only spoken to him briefly but i think he'd be very approachable. ask him to do some math problems for you!
  5:52pm
fred:

What I love most about Johnson's music is that you know the structure, but you really don't know what will fill it, and it's actually quite open within that framework

I know he's open-minded and approachable, but it's kinda tricky in my situation
Avatar 5:53pm
DJKG:

very well put. you know the structure but still can't see what it'll be. i like that.

if you don't mind my asking, what situation?
  5:56pm
kat330:

Good luck next Wednesday, Kurt! Thanks for the fascinating sounds heard today.

Have a good one, people!
  5:57pm
fred:

Well, when I see him at Ircam, he's with high ranking researchers, and I'm just a technician, I can't just go and interrupt.
  5:58pm
northguineahills:

Great set Kurt! See you next week!
  6:00pm
fred:

Nice show Kurt! I'll be at a gig next week... hear you later then
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