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Options February 5, 2014: suite two.

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
The Olivia Tremor Control  Suite Two: Frosted Ambassador, Green Typewriters, The Princess Turns The Key To Cubist Castle, Looking For Meaning   Options Peel Sessions  Chunklet    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Pip Proud  Purple Boy Gang   Options Purple Boy Gang 7"  Em    0:06:53 (Pop‑up)
Tuxedomoon  Joeboy the Electronic Ghost   Options Punk 45: Kill The Hippies! Kill Yourself! The American Nation Destroys its Young  Soul Jazz    0:09:21 (Pop‑up)
Circuit des Yeux  Glosolalia   Options Overdue  Ba Da Bing!    0:12:13 (Pop‑up)
Four Tet  Crush   Options Beautiful Rewind  Text    0:15:20 (Pop‑up)
Brigitte Fontaine  Il Se Passe Des Choses   Options Est Folle  Superior Viaduct    0:17:41 (Pop‑up)
New Bums  Town On the Water   Options Voices In A Rented Room  Drag City    0:21:08 (Pop‑up)
Thee Oh Sees  Wait, Let's Go   Options Singles Collection, v. 3  Castle Face    0:24:45 (Pop‑up)
Dwight Yoakam  A Heart Like Mine   Options 3 Pears  Warner Brothers  produced by Beck  0:28:07 (Pop‑up)
The Ex  How Thick You Think   Options How Thick You Think 7"  Ex    0:37:23 (Pop‑up)
The Wimps  Stop Having Fun   Options Live on WFMU's The Evan Funk Davies Show - August 14, 2013    via Free Music Archive  0:40:45 (Pop‑up)
Vlasta Popić  Vampiri   Options Za očnjake    via Free Music Archive  0:42:42 (Pop‑up)
Dot Wiggin Band  Just Another Crazy Day at the Farm   Options Ready! Get! Go!  Alternative Tentacles    0:45:06 (Pop‑up)
Distant Correspondent  Department   Options Distant Correspondent  Old Flame    0:47:59 (Pop‑up)
The Space Lady  I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night)   Options Greatest Hits  NightSchool    0:53:58 (Pop‑up)
Nurse & Soldier  Sailing   Options you are standing behind the curtain  Trifectaa    0:58:28 (Pop‑up)
of Montreal  Colossus   Options Lousy With Sylvianbriar  Polyvinul    1:01:12 (Pop‑up)
Pete Seeger, 1919-2014.
Pete Seeger  Mexican Blues   Options Circles & Seasons  Warner Brothers    1:15:00 (Pop‑up)
Pete Seeger  Down By THe River Side   Options Waist Deep in the Big Muddy and Other Love Songs  Columbia    1:18:49 (Pop‑up)
Pete Seeger  Little Boxes   Options Headlines and Footnotes: A Collection of Topical Songs  Smithsonian Folkways    1:20:10 (Pop‑up)
Pete Seeger  Fare Thee Well   Options Sings Little Boxes (Broadside Ballads, v. 2)  Broadside    1:22:37 (Pop‑up)
Pete Seeger  Bye 'n Bye   Options Golden Slumbers: Lullabies From Near and Far  Caedmon    1:25:13 (Pop‑up)
Pete Seeger and Arlo Guthrie  Sweet Rosyanne   Options Together In Concert  Warner Brothers  wouldn't be a Pete Seeger tribute without a singalong.  1:27:02 (Pop‑up)
Rima Kato  Open Mind   Options Rec and Play session  (no label)    1:37:17 (Pop‑up)
Mitsu Harada  Yes I Remember You   Options Codomo News  Branco    1:41:14 (Pop‑up)
Greg Fox  Dance Performance   Options Mitral Transmission  Data Garden    1:46:14 (Pop‑up)
David First  Pulse Piece   Options Electronic Works, 1976-1977  Dais  plus, excerpts form "Flee Past's Ape Elf" by Orchid Spangiafora (Feeding Tube) and "Dogs and Boats and Airplanes and Choir" by Bill Burns (Bennifer Editions)  2:04:10 (Pop‑up)
Lee Ranaldo and Noveller  Live at Roulette   Options     via Bandcamp  2:08:30 (Pop‑up)
John Oswald  Side C   Options Grayfolded  Important    2:10:19 (Pop‑up)
Lee Ranaldo and Noveller  Live at Roulette (continued)   Options     via Bandcamp  2:24:08 (Pop‑up)
John Oswald  Side F   Options Grayfolded  Important    2:30:24 (Pop‑up)
Lee Ranaldo  Briars and Brush   Options El Blues De La Revolucion 7"  El Segell Del Primavera    2:35:47 (Pop‑up)
Carton Sonare  Mexican Roads   Options You Don't Have To Be Fashionable Vol​.​2  With A Messy Head    2:42:35 (Pop‑up)
John Davis  Upon A Train   Options Spare Parts  Shrimper    2:45:38 (Pop‑up)
Pete Seeger  So Long, It's Been Good To Know Ya   Options Live at the Village Gate, v. 2  Folkways  EVERYBODY!  2:54:01 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 9:02pm Holly in NC:

!! Love this. had NO idea OTC did a Peel Session!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:04pm jj.:

glad to bring you the good news! it's great. it's got (to me) the definitive "not feeling human" & two great song-suites.
Avatar 9:05pm cbk:

Hello Frow Show....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:09pm Santos L Halper:

Wow. Frow! Was not expecting that...but was just wondering today when i might hear it again. (After Irwin played some Bobby Ace this afternoon)
Avatar 9:14pm Holly in NC:

And Pip Proud?! And Tuxedomoon? !! Getting ready for 30 min. commute, back as soon as possible.

btw, I happily, gladly, purchased hardcover Big Day Coming (I have the receipt!) but later also dled free epub version. What are your thoughts?
  9:16pm Marmalade kitty:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:19pm jj.:

totally fine with it, and thanks!, though had no idea either a hardcover or a free epub existed! (but not supposed to talk about work-type matters through WFMU channels.)
Avatar 9:25pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Nice sprize, this Frow Now.
And belated yay, Olivia Tremor Peel Session. It's a lovely thing.
Do please continue...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:28pm Stevel:

Greetings non efd show with awesome opening set.

Frow Show!
Avatar 9:29pm Holly in NC:

ooof, so embarrassed re hardcover mention, was thinking of Will Hermes - but was not lying re SOFTcover of BDC. Both above-referenced books live in shelf directly above my head, once I get home.

Yeah, free epub exists.

No more talk. Zip!
  9:37pm P-90:

Nice to see (hear) you pop up in this spot Jesse J. Onward!
  9:39pm Marmalade kitty:

who is like the australian syd barrett, I missed that..?
Avatar 9:40pm Holly in NC:

@MarmeladeKitty - that w/b Pip Proud
  9:41pm JakeGould:

Banjo Kazooie Barret
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:41pm jj.:

ah, the australian syd barrett = pip proud. can't wait to dig deeper myself.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:45pm Stevel:

Where in the name of Vlad the Impaler are Vlasta Popić from?

Going to FMA tonight!
  9:47pm koto:

good evening Jesse. i like your show.
  9:49pm pfcidb:

this don wiggin band is my favorite one so far tonite!
  9:57pm JakeGould:

Vlasta Popić. From Prague. On Basecamp. vlastapopic.bandcamp.com
Avatar 9:58pm Holly in NC:

Space Lady reissue is reissue of the year, I can't imagine anything w/b very close. Assuming Space Lady counts as 2014 reissue?
  9:59pm Marmalade kitty:

tuned indeed! goodnight frowskateers!
  10:07pm pfcidb:

1. *dot wiggin band
2. ahhhh that is the new bobby matador's new shit! nice, i liked it.
Avatar 10:09pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- glad to hear you in Lebanon, NewHampshuh (if not Freemont) - but must listen horizontally now...
  10:12pm P-90:

"Mar-lay-na Dee-trickt
  10:22pm PB:

Just as relevant today as when it was first recorded.
Avatar 10:23pm Holly in NC:

OK, really driving home now. Meantime, go Canada:

Avatar 10:35pm EzSezz:

Anybody remember when Pete Seeger's banjo was stolen and then the thief returned it?
  10:36pm Marmalade kitty:

Thanks for the pete seeger set!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:38pm jj.:

yay! glad you appreciated it! was worried it was too corny for WFMU. but, hell, we probably wouldn't be here without pete.
  10:43pm Marmalade kitty:

I'm only learning of Petes body of work since his passing..respect.
  10:45pm Marmalade kitty:

Pete Big heart! :)
  10:49pm P-90:

@jj: Lotsa FMU Dj's did Pete tributes this week, no one thought it was too corny. You're right about none of this being here - not in quite the same form anyway - without him.
Interested to hear how important he was to you when you were a lad.
  10:59pm koto:

it was first time to me listening Pete Seeger. but it didn't sound corny at all. i did very quick study about him and i could imagine how he influenced people. i also respect him.
  11:00pm KP:

Jesse! Good to see you
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:00pm Santos L Halper:

Not waiting for the closing bell...enjoying the show NOW
  11:04pm koto:

please play the show little more longeeeer!
Avatar 11:05pm Holly in NC:

When poorly educated, scared, sick, hopeless flag-waving nitwits are all about "Amurica" - I weep, as in my world, Pete S.speaks for that America, and I cannot parse how things have gone so wrong.
Avatar 11:08pm Droll:

The electronic birdsong is beautiful.
  11:10pm P-90:

@Droll: roger that. " Live at Roulette" is way cool
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:12pm jj.:

"live at roulette" *is* way cool, but there it was never quite playing by itself, always with stuff mixed on top of it. recommended: noveller.bandcamp.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:13pm Santos L Halper:

Grayfolded vinyl, eh?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:14pm jj.:

yup! out in april. on temporary loan from the label.
  11:15pm pfcidb:

oh man i haven't listened to grayfolded in forever
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:17pm Santos L Halper:

Seems like the kind of thing that would benefit from the CDs extended time, but maybe it divides up nicely...
  11:20pm P-90:

jj: thanks for clarifying!
Avatar 11:23pm Pete from Boston (and NJ):

Still snowing.
Avatar 11:23pm Droll:

I also think it's odd to be anachronistic about LP -- it had a maximum running time, but you always got a second side with the same running time for free...
  11:25pm nate:

haven't heard this in forever, not really something I would want to have to keep flipping over though...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:25pm jj.:

for the record, we're back into ranaldo & noveller here...
  11:29pm P-90:

@Drool: Ha! that's one way of looking at it. It gave musicians a standard "frame" or format of 22 mins, a distinct "break" or intermission, and another 22. So they thought in terms of how to fit that format. Sometimes a "limitation" like that is actually liberating. In the Cage/Eno sense of having an arbitrary rule imposed that you have to work with giving you focus. I miss the age of vinyl LPs for a few reasons
  11:30pm P-90:

jj: thnx for update
Avatar 11:31pm Holly in NC:

@Santos L Halper - whenever I see your avatar I grin wildly - thank you.
  11:32pm P-90:

As soon as those little guitar squiggles turn up in the J. Oswald, it reminds me of a Dead "Space" set
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:34pm Santos L Halper:

That's the best way to grin holly : )

P-90: there's a reason for that...
and agreed about rules being useful, along w/the occasional oblique strategy
  11:36pm P-90:

Yeah, I caught that, right after I posted, the "resemblance" became more explicit
  11:36pm KP:

They're playing my song
Avatar 11:36pm Holly in NC:

" @drool" = major belly laugh here. @droll, I hope you also thought funny!
Avatar 11:37pm Pete from Boston (and NJ):

There is an unhung, framed Lee Ranaldo poem staring me in the face here in the dining room. it is apparently incumbent on me to hang it.
Avatar 11:41pm Droll:

P90, The 23 minute limit is both cause and effect. Eno's Oblique Strategies is a way more interesting framework!
  11:47pm P-90:

@Droooll: Just thinking the "one or more disks of 22/22" format meant that whatever anyone was doing, they were at least all confined to that same single constraint. A universal shape for everyone's version of the ritual, an enforced community, in that one respect. "We all liked THAT album, looking forward to hearing YOUR album, meanwhile here's MY album"
Avatar 11:54pm Droll:

P-90, With streaming we've hit infinite length, which is the degenerate case of using up other people's time. On YT you've only got about 15 seconds to make an impression. Having said that, one of the best-selling albums of all time (Dark Side of the Moon) spends the first 25 seconds as a near silent thump-thump -- nothing happens.
  11:54pm P-90:

Pete recap in the Coda, a must
  11:54pm KP:

So long, Jesse!
  11:55pm KP:

It's been good to hear you again
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:56pm Santos L Halper:

Drifting along into the night...thanks Jesse!
Avatar 11:56pm Droll:

Thanks, JJ, for all the Pete (and other goodness).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:58pm Tome:

Great set Jesse ,, peace !!
  11:58pm P-90:

Sure, that was a statement itself at the time, DSOM's "long" heartbeat-only intro was a daring deconstruction of the whole way pop records were done, that kind of thing at the beginning is a head's-up that what comes after is gonna break some rules, wants to be listened to differently than the typical LP
  11:59pm P-90:

Thanks, jj
catch you next time, be good
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