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I play music that is old and that is new. Some of it is digital while some is analog. It is from many different countries; sometimes it is loud and at other times it is quiet.

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Options March 4, 2017: The Time Is Nigh

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Kazuo Ohno, Dancer, Yokohama, Japan, 1988 Eikoh Hosoe


Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Approx. start time
Fushitsusha 不失者  Magic I   Options Guiteki na gokai 寓意的な誤解 [Allegorical Misunderstanding]  P.S.F  1993     
Cinorama  A Lantern Procession ランタン行列   Options Three Lies And A Ding-A-Ling Five 3つのウソと5時の鐘  P.S.F  1994    0:02:39 (Pop‑up)
Che-SHIZU  Syuri (1987/10/27 Crocodile, Tokyo)   Options Nazareth = ナザレ  P.S.F  1993    0:06:46 (Pop‑up)
D!O!D!O!D!  M   Options Ghost Temple  P.S.F  2006    0:13:58 (Pop‑up)
High Rise  Monster A Go Go   Options High Rise II  P.S.F  1998  Original 1986  0:15:03 (Pop‑up)
Gaseneta ガセネタ  Ameagari no Ballad 雨上がりのバラード   Options Sooner or Later  P.S.F  1991    0:20:30 (Pop‑up)
Michio Kadotani 角谷美知夫  Aoi saikai 青い再会   Options Kusatteiku Telepathies 腐っていくテレパシーズ  P.S.F  1991    0:23:14 (Pop‑up)
Musica Transonic  Unseen   Options Musica Transonic  P.S.F  1995    0:26:51 (Pop‑up)
Tamio Shiraishi 白石民夫  2008-12-16 63Drive   Options Chikatetsu 地下鉄  P.S.F  2010    0:28:55 (Pop‑up)
Azul  Ocean   Options Split  P.S.F  2009    0:38:32 (Pop‑up)
Ghost  I've Been Flying   Options Ghost  P.S.F  1990    0:41:24 (Pop‑up)
Ai Aso 朝生愛  Nasumeya なすめや   Options Aida あいだ  P.S.F  2009    0:45:44 (Pop‑up)
White Heaven  The Way We Were   Options Strange Bedfellow  P.S.F  1993    0:49:01 (Pop‑up)
 
Doo-Dooettes, Keiji Haino, & Rick Potts  Blueprint For The Shimmering Quivers Of The Deep Purple Ultraviolet Tuning Fork   Options Free Rock  P.S.F  2002  Original 1982  1:12:11 (Pop‑up)
            1:46:53 (Pop‑up)
阿部薫 Trio  1970.3.15-1   Options 1970年3月, 新宿  P.S.F  1997    1:50:26 (Pop‑up)
Toho Sara 東方沙羅  Eastern Most 3   Options Mei Jou Tan Sho 冥鄭蛋廠  P.S.F  1999    2:08:20 (Pop‑up)
Kim Doo Soo  Wind Sound   Options 10 Days Butterfly  P.S.F  2007    2:13:53 (Pop‑up)
Suishou no fune 水晶の舟  Todokanu soko ni 届かぬ底に   Options Your Tears おまえの涙  P.S.F  2011    2:18:27 (Pop‑up)
Shizuka 静香  Crystal wings   Options Heavenly Persona 天界のペルソナ  P.S.F  1994    2:30:07 (Pop‑up)
Satoshi Sonoda 園田佐登志  Funeral   Options 耳抜き mimi-nuki ~ Secondary Works of Satoshi Sonoda,1982-1989  P.S.F  2012    2:34:20 (Pop‑up)
 
Kazuki Tomokawa 友川カズキ  Aoi Mizu Akai Mizu (Blue Water, Red Water) 青い水 赤い水   Options Aoi Mizu Akai Mizu 青い水 赤い水  P.S.F  2008    2:52:56 (Pop‑up)


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Listener comments!

Avatar 12:00pm fred:

Good afternoon Mayuko. I love the cover art for Rob's premium. Is that your work?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:02pm listener james from westwood:

Afternoon, Mayuko and all!
Avatar 12:05pm fred:

So fitting that a show starting with Fushitsusha would have a black background
Avatar 12:09pm fred:

Unfortunately, I never got to see Kazuo Ohno. I had a ticket for a performance maybe fifteen years ago, but he had to cancel due to health issues (he was in his nineties at the time)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:10pm Ike:

Hi!
Avatar 12:12pm Mayuko:

Hello, fred, james, and Ike! Thanks for tuning in!
That's REALLY too bad you missed Kazuo Ohno, fred. I didn't "get" Butoh until pretty recent to be honest. I think I felt something ambivalent about it.
Avatar 12:20pm fred:

To be honest, I'm not a fan of Butoh. By now I feel it is actually very codified, and I tend to lose interest in such dance forms after a while. Though the mix of that with its immediate physicality remains powerful, I rarely go these days. Not even once a year, which is probably not enough
Avatar 12:22pm Mayuko:

Just in case any of you haven't seen the news:
www.factmag.com...
Avatar 12:23pm fred:

I hadn't heard. What a loss
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:24pm Scraps:

h'lo h'lo
Avatar 12:27pm Mayuko:

Welcome on board, Scraps!!
Avatar 12:27pm fred:

Speaking of dance, there will be a weird show/performance at MOMA at the end of the month: www.moma.org...
My favorite choreographer drawing out a piece over nine hours. I did see pieces of it last year (it was right in front of where I work, I took a lot of breaks on these days)
Avatar 12:33pm Mayuko:

Oh this looks interesting, thanks for the info fred!
Avatar 12:35pm Dave B:

HEY!
Avatar 12:36pm Mayuko:

Hola Dave B! Glad to have you here!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:39pm Doug Schulkind:

Hi, Mayuko and hello all Playverts!
Avatar 12:40pm fred:

Hey Dave! Nice to "see" you again
  12:41pm P-90:

Good Afternoon Mayuko, fred, and everyone.
Enjoying the excellent selections.
Sorry to learn of Mr. Ikeezumi's passing.
  12:43pm P-90:

"...Playverts"? Hmm, I guess I can go with that
Avatar 12:44pm Mayuko:

Good afternoon, Doug! And P-90, thanks for tuning in!!
Avatar 12:45pm northguineahills:

I'm still pleasantly surprised to see Mayuko on Saturdays.

I once had the pleasure to see Ghost open for Damon & Naomi. At the end of the show, they played a 40 minute show together. It would have been around 2004. Magick.
Avatar 12:48pm northguineahills:

I wish I knew art and music when I was in Japan in the late 80s. I wouldn't have my musical renaissance for 3 years after I got back to the States. To think of all the shows I missed, that even as a child, I was allowed to roam Tokyo-Yokohama, as long as I was home before the trains stopped, even though I was 10-13 years old.
Avatar 12:51pm Mayuko:

Always fun to have a little surprise, if it's not a bad one, ngh! Thanks for tuning in!
Speaking of Ghost, I once had an unusual pleasure to play a puppet show with the bass player of Ghost, haha. Not the bass player from that album, but Moriya san who played in the band in later year, but.
Avatar 1:01pm fred:

reuniting?
Avatar 1:02pm Brian in UK:

Hello Mayuko, is that a platypus on the woman's head?
Avatar 1:16pm Mayuko:

Hi Brian! ... a platypus?!?!?!
Avatar 1:17pm Mayuko:

@fred I totally forgot to answer, yes, I did that Rob's premium cover, I'm glad you like it! I wasn't sure what to think of it right after I finished it. Which is often the case.
Avatar 1:18pm Brian in UK:

Yes on the head of the woman in your poster.
Avatar 1:19pm Mayuko:

Rick Potts is having an art opening TONIGHT in NY, West Village, if you're around! greenspongallery.com...
Avatar 1:20pm Mayuko:

Ah! It's her hair, but now I see why you see a platypus! haha!
Avatar 1:22pm Mayuko:

Black Edition has been reissuing PSF stuff: www.theblackeditions.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:26pm Doug Schulkind:

Platypus Vertigo!
Avatar 1:26pm Mayuko:

I should do a Platypus themed premium next year!
Avatar 1:29pm northguineahills:

This Keiji Haino et al is amazing. From a hard drive I received back in 2012, I've been going through it alphabetically. I've been stuck on Keiji Haino since Halloween. He has an extensive back catalog!
Avatar 1:32pm fred:

@Mayuko: I think that cover captures something about Rob's show. The easily identified parts but also the unifying connection, and another layer underneath that shuffles it all
Avatar 1:33pm Mayuko:

@ngh He does! and sometimes it's hard to tell which cover I should put the disc back in, haha.
I think this track is amazing too, it doesn't lose intensity the entire time. I think that often happens when I see improvised performance in general, which is understandable, it can't be ALWAYS successful.
Avatar 1:35pm fred:

Keiji Haino will play in Paris in late May, a collab with Merzbow and Balazs Pandi. Exciting enough? Afrirampo is opening!!! I so need to get a ticket to this show
Avatar 1:37pm northguineahills:

Yeah, 90% of his album covers are a thick black border w/ a back and white photo of him.
Avatar 1:40pm Mayuko:

@fred thanks! I tried...
It's pretty great that people from that generation are still so active. I had a chance to see Tamio Shiraishi performed in a church in Brooklyn the other day, and was amazed that he's still very energetic.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:41pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Good afternoon, Mayuko and Vertigloids. TIL that P.S.F is Psychedelic Speed Freaks.
Avatar 1:41pm Mayuko:

Good afternoon to you too, Ken! Thanks for tuning in.
Avatar 1:47pm fred:

One very awkward moment was when a friend introduced me to Keiji Haino at a show. Neither of us seemed to be remotely interested. I love his music, but I don't see what I could possibly bring to him. Interaction was pointless
Avatar 1:47pm northguineahills:

I wish I was was a psychedelic speed freak. All I need is speed and psychedelics.
  1:49pm Jeff g.:

Look at the studio door....
Avatar 1:52pm fred:

I saw Keiji Haino eight times, and it was always completely different. He's a legend
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:57pm listener james from westwood:

w00t—3-hour show!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:01pm Doug Schulkind:

LOVING this.
Avatar 2:03pm fred:

@james: Mayuko's show should always last three hours. It shouldn't take a death for it to happen. That makes it sound like human sacrifice is the way to go
Avatar 2:04pm Mayuko:

haha! well, it takes a death or Disneyland.
Avatar 2:09pm Mayuko:

I think I can see that you don't really have a way to interact with Keiji Haino unless you work with him, maybe. When I met Tori Kudo (just as an event staff) I didn't know what to say either, and therefore I didn't say anything. I just helped stuff.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:16pm Scraps:

I know Misha Mengelberg died this week, but didn't realize another important jazz pianist also died last week: Horace Parlan. Among lots of important albums, he did the piano of Mingus Ah Um: my favorite jazz album, period. (Also Mingus' Blues and Roots.) Dismayed!
Avatar 2:22pm fred:

@Mayuko: I guess I'm just not much of a fan, generally. I don't feel a need to meet people I admire, it seems besides the point. I even skipped a couple of opportunities to meet Cynthia Loemij. In her case it might be because I know my mind would just melt and I wouldn't be able to do more than bow before her
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:27pm Doug Schulkind:

Horace Parlan also performed on the magnificent Langston Hughes/Mingus collaboration, The Weary Blues. He played on key early Roland Kirk records, and he made some fantastic sides with Booker Ervin. What a brilliant and wonderful musician.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:33pm Doug Schulkind:

I have to go do some studying. Like all others, this Play Vertigo is a treasure, Mayuko!
Avatar 2:35pm Mayuko:

Thank you for being here, Doug! Have a great rest of the weekend.
Avatar 2:43pm fred:

I thought P.S.F was a Japanese label, but this last set proved it's a world-wide treasure. I don't known the right word for what I mean
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:44pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Gustav Metzger, whose concept of "auto-destructive art" inspired The Who's Pete Townshend to smash his guitars, died on March 1.
Avatar 2:54pm Mayuko:

Thank you all for listening! I'll see you all next week.
Avatar 2:55pm fred:

You did play Hy4_4yh, so don't get too highbrow about making sense
Avatar 2:55pm Mayuko:

Haha! "Stop Making Sense" is still relevant!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:26pm Gary:

Listening now -- didn't realize you were doing a PSF special ... super-thrilled
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:46am Jeff Golick:

Likewise! I think we burst in during Abe, which was wonderful.
Avatar 5:39pm Mayuko:

Yes, it was the Abe moment which allowed me to relax, haha. It was great to see you, Jeff G & Gary!
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