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

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Options January 20, 2014

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Grachan Moncur III  Hipnosis   Options       0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
MLK, Jr./John Coltrane  Alabama   Options Tell Me How Long Trane's Been Gone    Steve Rowland radio documentary  0:14:33 (Pop‑up)
John Coltrane  Alabama   Options       0:14:43 (Pop‑up)
Archie Shepp  There Is a Balm in Gilead   Options Blasé      0:19:31 (Pop‑up)
Tom Carter and Christian Kiefer  Will the Circle Be Unbroken   Options From the Great American Songbook  Preservation    0:25:15 (Pop‑up)
Martin Luther King, Jr.  Address To Civil Rights Marchers In Washington D.C.   Options Speeches of the Century      0:36:44 (Pop‑up)
Revolutionary Ensemble  Collegno   Options The Psyche  Mutable    0:37:57 (Pop‑up)
George Harrison  All Things Must Pass   Options       0:54:07 (Pop‑up)
Joyce  Feminina   Options A Trip To Brazil Vol. 2: Bossa & Beyond  Universal    1:00:45 (Pop‑up)
The Fall  Middle Mass   Options Slates EP      1:12:06 (Pop‑up)
The Fall  Winter (Hostel-Maxi)   Options Hex Enduction Hour      1:15:12 (Pop‑up)
The Fall  Winter   Options Hex Enduction Hour      1:19:36 (Pop‑up)
Brigitte Fontaine  Comme a la Radio   Options Comme à la Radio  Saravah    1:24:29 (Pop‑up)
Ed Curran Quartet  Cire   Options Elysa  Savoy    1:40:45 (Pop‑up)
Devin Gary & Ross  Ebow My Mind   Options Honeycomb of Chakras      1:44:13 (Pop‑up)
Arp  Gravity (for Charlemagne Palestine)   Options       2:03:51 (Pop‑up)
Charlemagne Palestine  Jamaica Heinekens in Brooklyn   Options Drone Zone: Fabio's 2009 Marathon Premium      2:09:51 (Pop‑up)
Dewey Redman  Tarik   Options Tarik      2:21:27 (Pop‑up)
Taco Bells  Vadelma   Options Vadelma/Hawaii  Ikuisuus    2:26:18 (Pop‑up)
Penny Penny  Ndizihere Bhi   Options Shaka Bundu  Awesome Tapes from Africa    2:46:57 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 9:03pm doca:

Hello, Scott! It's always nice to see you around
  9:06pm PB:

As much as I love Dan's show, I am really looking forward to this show. Checked out some of your recent playlists and I really like a lot of the artists that you regularly play: Body/Head, Wooden Shjips, Cian Nugent, etc. etc. You even throw in some great dub stuff. Very cool.
Avatar 9:06pm duke:

Nice to hear hipnosis and scott
Avatar 9:08pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

  9:08pm P-90:

Hi Scott. Your playlists are tasty and your skull-and-crossbones logo always brings a smile and a chuckle
Avatar 9:11pm doca:

So I heard the rumor that in 2014 the day will be officially expanded to 36 hours just to accommodate all the goodies WFMU has to offer to its listeners
  9:12pm Anon.:

Ah yes, the Saxophone of Important Racial Truths
Avatar 9:12pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...oh yeah - this is from 'How Long Has Trane Been Gone' - ? It's been posited that 'Alabama' is measure-for-measure from King's speech...
Avatar 9:12pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- yeah - here it is...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:14pm Scott McDowell:

Good evening, good people
  9:15pm P-90:

Wow, side-by-side
Avatar 9:15pm duke:

Alabama is an amazing piece of music. Guernica in sound.
Avatar 9:17pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- seems evident that it was - just as Trane did for his own text for 'Love Supreme'. Well - I'm alone - but not a dry eye in my house...
  9:17pm P-90:

Solemn and swingin
  9:18pm P-90:

No, not a dry eye
Avatar 9:21pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- shit...they say even whale song was better in the 60s....
  9:23pm P-90:

Was just studyimg that last semester--- their styles definitely evolve from decade to decade, like Pop
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:26pm BDR:

I guessed right!
Avatar 9:26pm doca:

is that true about whale songs?
Avatar 9:27pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- received information on my part...
  9:29pm P-90:

Yeah, you gotcher Duane Eddy whale songs, Chuck Berry whale songs, Martha and the Vandellas whale songs, Mamas & Papas whale songs, Byrds whale songs (example of interspecies symbiosis)...
Avatar 9:30pm doca:

  9:33pm P-90:

Yes those "songs" are considered a form of culture, transmitted from generation to generation, and they change over time.

There were a lot of musical performances that day, before King spoke. Tryin to remember if Sister Rosetta was there
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:35pm fleep:

Whale songs aren't what they used to be, they use a lot of autotuna now.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:39pm BDR:

Avatar 9:40pm doca:

hahah! again
  9:41pm P-90:

"The whirlwinds of revolt......."
"...you have been veterans of creative suffering....
"Sweltering with the heat of oppression...................
  9:43pm P-90:

The dreaded autotuna raises its ugly scaly head!
Gold Star, Fleep
Avatar 9:47pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Mercy - do need to hear that from time to time...50 years ago...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:47pm Tome:

..(makes a jazz noise.. here..) Hey Scott Hey Listeners !
  9:48pm P-90:

Tim, this is like the best possible observation of King's Day
  9:49pm P-90:

Sorry, Scott!! Thnx anyhoo
  9:49pm Carmichael:

Heya Scott, my first live listen to you in a while. Nice set thus far.
  9:51pm look,anbird!:

Nice interpretation of "free at last", though I'm not sure King was looking for this kind of free...
  9:52pm P-90:

Oh now Im really gonna cry
  9:52pm PB:

Nice segue to the great George (or at least from his one great album).
  9:56pm Joe Schmoe:

Thank you
  9:58pm P-90:

It's the Joe Schmoes of the world that really bring the kind if change MLK was speaking of
  10:00pm P-90:

When Joe Schmoe internalizes the message, that's when the tide really turns
  10:07pm P-90:

@Scott:Excellent, perfect segue to a lighter tone
Avatar 10:12pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- yeah great track
Avatar 10:14pm tuna buzz:

Is there enough room under the covers for one more? That Bossa & Beyond got me Brazilian all over.
  10:16pm Carmichael:

Sure! Cuddle up and pass the tuna!
  10:18pm P-90:

Hey there, Tu Bu
Did you hear "I have a Dream" here a few mins ago?
Avatar 10:21pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...going horizontal but still listening...
  10:23pm P-90:

Cuddle up and pass the tuna. Bump!
Avatar 10:26pm four felonies a day:

I am sorry I missed the speech (mash-up?) Maybe it's a good thing, I want to cry in my tuna right now.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:27pm sinister dexter:

awesome song! i know it from Asa-Chang and Junray! i love it!
  10:28pm P-90:

Gotcha salty enough already.
Check the archive: Brilliant
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:28pm Andrew Waterloo:

There's something fishy about this conversation.
  10:31pm P-90:

Actually, "cuddle up and pass the tuna" really encapsulates the whole Love/Sex thing, in one compact double entendre...
  10:35pm P-90:

Like Jim Morrison writing a children's song
Avatar 10:36pm chin pad:

@P-90 I'm not touching that one with a 10" fishing pole.
  10:37pm John:

Joe Farrell. Fill in yr gaps boys.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:38pm Scott McDowell:

There you go!
  10:38pm P-90:

10' ?!?! You lie!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:38pm Scott McDowell:

Thanks. Is your name really Chick?
Avatar 10:58pm Droll:

Odd... that conversation went crickets before any codpiece jokes.
  11:00pm CuaPtT-90:

Where were you w/the codpiece material?
Avatar 11:01pm Droll:

Hangin' w/Cameo.
  11:07pm CuaPtT-90:

Sounds like a happy version of the Psycho shower scene...
  11:15pm jeff-m:

Evening. Sounds extra nice
Avatar 11:15pm Droll:

I thought "Jamaica Heinekens in Brooklyn" was my favorite on this CD, but my player says I listened to Aalap waaaay more. That's vocal tag-team gymnastics beyond compare...
  11:18pm CuaPtT-90:

Fabio's premium, huh? Havent caught it yet, have to find a Fabio fan who got it
Avatar 11:25pm Droll:

[ Searching YT fruitlessly ]
Apparently being on a FMU premium is insurance against being posted on YT.
Avatar 11:26pm Kurt Gottschalk:

just totally failed the dewey remain listener challenge. punctuation sad face.
  11:29pm CuaPtT-90:

Well, they're supposed to be exclusive, right?
So I figure I' ll just find a Fabio fan and let that person listen to the sounds of the sea in my shell collection, while that person lets me listen to his/her Fabio conpilation....
  11:31pm CuaPtT-90:

...and yeah, if ever a post deserved a sad face emoticon...
  11:39pm CuaPtT-90:

And now I'm kinda liking the name "Dewey Remain"
..while this ecstatic cadenza just keeps building! Yowza
  11:42pm CuaPtT-90:

BRAVO Taco Bells
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:45pm sinister dexter:

Professor Dum-Dum!!!! woohoo!!
  11:45pm CuaPtT-90:

to each his own, I guess...
  11:50pm jane:

Just listening to this great show without reading playlist and had to find out who was playing because I thought I had heard that sound live.
Wow, even today those times of hearing Dewey Redman play resonate. Once, I was the live in baby sitter or child care person, whatever, for an artist's children and Dewey practiced in the loft. Whoa and now I am reminiscing- Also, David Murray, Chico Freeman and others rehearsing. Such a fantastic experience for a new to nyc teen.
And along the way met & heard Charlemagne and other composers and artists. Sort of just fell into it...looking for something better than rural suburbia
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:51pm Scott McDowell:

Lovely! That could change your life I would imagine!
  11:52pm CuaPtT-90:

  11:53pm jane:

great show, Scott. Will have to listen to archive for everything before Arp...and of course will listen to it all.
  11:57pm CuaPtT-90:

@Scott. What do you call that logo?
Jolly Spindle Adapter? 45 and Crossbones?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:58pm Ken From Hyde Park:

OK...kids in bed; things put away. Let's see what's on The Long Rally. Crud, missed the whole thing. May need to visit the archive.
  11:58pm CuaPtT-90:

Do it
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