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Listener comments!

Avatar 3:11am jeff-m:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:24am kimgland:

  3:43am gustaf:

dear Stan - thanks for vibration my eArs with wondrous sounds,
many times I wish you had the time-energy to write playlist,
for me WFMU is so educational....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:00am kimgland:

chris forsyth ?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:05am coelacanth:

olá Stan & others

this has been Lovely; but i am fading
Avatar 4:06am Sem Chumbo:

Good morning, Stan, and all. Sounds----wonderful this morning.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:29am Tome:

... the definitive late night free form == Stan
Avatar 4:34am the Canterbury wood-elf:

I wonder if there's some way we Stan-heads could volunteer to update Stan's playlist during the show, remotely (presumably just a login/password would be necessary). There's software that can ID tracks (wouldn't get everything, in which case the volunteer would have to pay close attention to Stan's mic breaks!)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:43am coelacanth:

anybody have the station phone# handy?! (not the marathon one- it may not be hooked up in the studio.)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:44am coelacanth:

(...or is it just my system?)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:47am coelacanth:

oh hell 201 ___ 9368...anyone?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:48am coelacanth:

i guess it's just my computer.
Avatar 5:05am bibi:

hi all.
stan, id really like to know whats yr statement about not filling the setlist tab up.
is it to make it seem like more 20th century radio ?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:06am coelacanth:

elf- i appreciate that,as a knowledge junkie & music geek; but -Stan just wants to do a radio show,for the beauty of what a radio show is.(or should be) which should be a fun task. Dave (the spazz) only succumbed last year,and now it's a dying art.
...remember 2 minutes ago when we just listened and Loved it; and if we were really into something listened very carefully at mic breaks...and if we didn't catch it called the station to ask what it was..(?)
i know it is dying, but i miss that. it's gotten more interactive yet less personal,as a multi-media,multi-sensory event.
i'm making assumptions her (i'm a wee bit drunk!) but i think the beauty of radio is being compromised by all the other activity involved now.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:07am coelacanth:

...that's my statement,coincidentally.
Avatar 5:10am Sem Chumbo:

Well said, coel.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:15am coelacanth:

Thank you Sem.

i really do need sleep though.
have a great night/day
Thanks Stan...and i appologise if my assumptions are incorrect!
Avatar 5:19am bibi:

well, assumptions are never incorrect, they can be agreed or not.
not being a fluent english listener, i like getting a written hint about what's happening(and then wfmu created clicky stars and sem melted the whole nova scotia)... anyway i know this is damn capricious from me and doesnt prevent me from enjoying the show !
Avatar 5:20am the Canterbury wood-elf:

@coel Indeed, well said. I swing between wanting the interactive instant-knowledge thing, and enjoying the magic of late night freeform radio where you sometimes hear something stunning and then it's gone forever and you'll know what it is.
Avatar 5:21am the Canterbury wood-elf:

Sorry, that should be "...you'll never know what it was"
Avatar 5:30am bibi:

@elf, yep. true, we know too much. afx said something about the fact that we knew much less and much more back in preinternet times. it necessarily sounds nostalgic but discovering a band (in an encyclopedic way) at that time was something big. now it is daily life.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:31am coelacanth:

Thank you. i'm glad i was understood! i do also Love having all that info at my fingertips.
i guess it's that i've listened to radio my whole life & kept a notebook handy to write down everything i liked or hated...(i only got on this internet thing about 2 years ago when my receiver antenna failed.)
true- sometimes it was frustrating when the dj didn't say,or speak clearly...but,such is Life,hey? i still enjoyed the program.
okay then! goodnight good people!
(i really am exhausted.)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:33am coelacanth:

(well said too...what you both have said here,by the way!)
Avatar 5:35am pierre:

here, loving the radio, interactive or not
Avatar 5:36am bibi:

AFX 2015 : "For years, I could listen to jungle and nick things from them, but they didn't know I existed. It was a separate world. But that world doesn't exist any more. It's all merged into this global Internet world. It's a real shame. I really don't like that. But that's just globalization. It's got good sides as well. But scenes aren't allowed to develop on their own any more. Everyone knows about everything."
Avatar 5:37am bibi:

bonne nuit coelacanth btw.
  5:44am gustaf:

part to dig deeper into the journey of sounds - part to give credit to artist
Avatar 5:58am Sem Chumbo:

Thanks, @bibi. Found the interview you quoted ^. An insightful read.
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