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Options November 25, 2017: Affairs on the Streets of Mystery and Melancholy

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Autumnal Meditation, Giorgio de Chirico (1911)

Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Approx. start time
William Eggleston  Introduction DCC 05.19 / Untitled Improvisation FD 1.10   Options Musik  Secretly Canadian  2017    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Viv Corringham, Stephen Flinn, Miguel Frasconi  #2   Options Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens  Creative Sources  2017    0:03:38 (Pop‑up)
Duendecitos  Pawtucket Ri - Rip   Options Heavy Storyteller  Spooky Tree  2017    0:07:08 (Pop‑up)
Jerry Solomon   Denied   Options Paul Major: Feel The Music Vol. 1  Anthology Recordings  2017    0:13:04 (Pop‑up)
M.B.  Untitled #2   Options Atomique Tape  Urashima  2014  Original 1980  0:17:59 (Pop‑up)
Giacomo Balla  Discussione, et. al.   Options Dada for Now: A Collection of Futurist and Dada Sound Works  ARK  1985  Original 1914  0:21:25 (Pop‑up)
David Maranha  Cai-Bem - side a   Options Cai-Bem  Tanuki  2017    0:24:03 (Pop‑up)
Matti Bye  Forest In The Sea   Options The Wire Tapper 45  The Wire Magazine  2017    0:44:34 (Pop‑up)
Robert Haigh  Portrait with Shadow   Options Creatures of the Deep  Unseen Worlds  2017    0:46:07 (Pop‑up)
Chassol  Pipornithology, Pt. I   Options Big Sun  Tricatel  2015    0:48:07 (Pop‑up)
Chassol  Pipornithology, Pt. II   Options Big Sun  Tricatel  2015    0:51:36 (Pop‑up)
Carla Morrison  Buena Malicia Los Amparito rmx   Options Radio WORM 129  Worm  2010    0:54:07 (Pop‑up)
Amephone  Sumire スミレ   Options Esquisse 3/3  Golden Collette  2003  Cover of "Das Veilchen" ("The Violet") by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart  1:13:06 (Pop‑up)
Antonio Russolo  Corale e Serenata   Options Dada for Now: A Collection of Futurist and Dada Sound Works  ARK   1985  Original 1921  1:17:09 (Pop‑up)
Luigi Russolo  Veglio di una Citta   Options Dada for Now: A Collection of Futurist and Dada Sound Works  ARK  1985  Original 1914  1:21:36 (Pop‑up)
Dan Powell  Cable Hut 14   Options At Cuckmere  Crónica  2017    1:25:20 (Pop‑up)
Frak  The Truth Is Outside My Door   Options Examiner  Börft  1991    1:31:58 (Pop‑up)
Charles Cohen  Water   Options A Retrospective  Morphine  2014  Original 1976  1:38:09 (Pop‑up)
M. Zalla (Piero Umiliani)  Crisi   Options Mondo Inquieto  Black Sweat  2016  Original 1974  1:43:29 (Pop‑up)
Raymond Scott  Night On A Calm Sea   Options Three Willow Park: Electronic Music From Inner Space 1961–1971  Basta  2017    1:45:25 (Pop‑up)
Vladimir Ussachevsky   Wireless Fantasy   Options OHM+: The Early Gurus Of Electronic Music  Ellipsis Arts   2000    1:49:01 (Pop‑up)
John McCormack  Nearer My God To Thee   Options     1913  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkGqXF2HvtY  1:53:53 (Pop‑up)
Nicola Ratti  L2   Options The Collection  Room40  2017    1:56:59 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 12:00pm fred:

Good afternoon Mayuko and listeners
Avatar 12:02pm Mayuko:

Good afternoon, fred!
  12:03pm listener james from westwood:

Afternoon, Mayuko and all! For once I don't have to work during your show!
Avatar 12:06pm Mayuko:

Hello james! Happy thanks giving day-off Saturday to you!
Avatar 12:06pm Brian in UK:

Quick hello Mayuko before my daughter and I go to see Jim White.

I was listening to Lionel Rogg playing Bach on an old organ at high volume earlier this week.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:09pm Ivan:

Hi Mayuko, everyone. Have a great show!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:09pm Jeff Golick:

Hello, Mayuko, and fellow vertigans.
  12:10pm Rickwaukee:

Howdy, Big M!
I had a classmate in high school whose name was Luman Eggleston - it was the most exotic name I'd ever heard
Avatar 12:10pm Mayuko:

Thanks for stopping by Brian in UK! I'll check out Lionel Rogg! Always looking for good organ recommends. Hope you have a wonderful weekend with your daughter!!
Avatar 12:12pm Mayuko:

Hey Ivan! Thank you! Hallos Jeff G!
How are you, Rickwaukee? What kind of first name is Luman? European name??
Avatar 12:15pm Brian in UK:

Mayuko here is his website.
Avatar 12:16pm Mayuko:

@Brian in UK ah thank you! I'll check out the link after the show!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:20pm coelacanth∅:

olá Mayuko and all
  12:21pm rbrt:

I swear I might be losing it, but I could swear I hear the kinks "you really got me" in the beg of this Untitled #2 track lol
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:22pm Webhamster Henry:

Hi Mayuko, I'm listening live for a change!
  12:22pm rbrt:

hi everyone too, hope everyone had a good holiday :D
  12:24pm Rickwaukee:

Luman is an altered spelling of German Luhmann or Lohmann. Luman family rooted in Britain - name comes from baptismal name for the 'son of Leman' which was taken from the personal name Liefman (runner-man, operator-man).
  12:27pm Rickwaukee:

My tinnutis has competition!
Avatar 12:27pm Mayuko:

Hi coelacanth∅, thanks for tuning in! Happy post thanks giving to you too, rbrt! Glad to have you listening live, Webham Henry!
Avatar 12:30pm fred:

Mayuko, I saw Badaboum again yesterday and I think your might like them. No idea how they sound on record though
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:34pm iiiikeikeikeikeike:

Happy Purple Saturday! Or is it Muddy Brownish-Black Saturday? Shopping Hangover Saturday? It's TOO QUIET here at my parents' place.
Avatar 12:35pm fred:

Though this set is closer to the amazing concert of Tom Johnson's music I saw two days ago
Avatar 12:37pm fred:

@Ike: Happy taupe Saturday?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:38pm eikekieikeki:

@Fred: Perfect! I'm going with that!
Avatar 12:40pm Mayuko:

@Rickwaukee that's interesting, cos the last name Eggleston sounds super British to me rather than German though I have no idea. I guess it makes sense if Luman has origin in Britain anyway.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:41pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Hi, Happy Finish-the-leftovers Day!
Avatar 12:41pm Mayuko:

@fred Looks like the station has something of Badaboum, I will search for it.
  12:48pm rbrt:

Portrait with Shadow sounds like a great song to wander around outside
Avatar 12:48pm fred:

@Ike: where is your parents' place?
Avatar 12:50pm fred:

This Chassol track is a lot of fun
Avatar 12:51pm Mayuko:

Hallo, Ike! & Ken! Hope your organs are doing fine after huge meals etc.
Avatar 12:53pm Mayuko:

I wish I understand what he was singing, fred.
Avatar 12:56pm Mayuko:

@rbrt & a great song to wander into de Chirico's streets!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:57pm iiiiiiiiiiikeeeeee:

@Fred: Rural Maryland. It's very flat and there are endless strip malls. The folks are probably going to make me go to Walmart later. Bleh.
Avatar 12:59pm fred:

@Ike: maybe there's a thrift store with amazing records within range?
  1:00pm rbrt:

"The founder of the Metaphysical art movement, Giorgio de Chirico was an Italian (Born in Volos,Greece)surrealist painter..." is this the Chirico? I don't know about him
  1:09pm Rickwaukee:

You're one of us now, Mayuko
Avatar 1:12pm fred:

It would be like sculpture, removing stuff to get to to what you're aiming for
  1:14pm listener james from westwood:

The next step after the American-style beer consumption is to buy a 65-inch TV and develop an unreasonable allegiance to a floundering sports franchise, like the New York Giants.
  1:16pm rbrt:

you know how they say you don't really use a huge part of your brain, maybe that's where all the untapped knowledge is (my totally un-scientific theory lol)
Avatar 1:17pm fred:

@james: floundering? Tell that to Cleveland fans
  1:20pm Rickwaukee:

I like a recording that's not afraid to show its age.
Avatar 1:20pm Mayuko:

@rbrt yah, that Italian man. Think this is the most famous painting of his? called "mystery and melancholy of a street." pbs.twimg.com...
  1:21pm rbrt:

embrace the hiss and pops
Avatar 1:21pm fred:

Someone told me we're born with the ability to hear everything, but then we lose much of it, and that loss is a big part of learning language, as in separating meaningful stuff from noise. That boundary being cultural
  1:21pm rbrt:

oh thanks Mayuko!
  1:22pm Rickwaukee:

Like 20s 30s movies when the silence between lines of dialogue is filled with a ssshhhhhhhhhh
  1:23pm rbrt:

fred: sounds plausible!
Avatar 1:25pm fred:

@rbrt: then language would be about forgetting as much as sculpture is about throwing away
  1:27pm rbrt:

fred: that's a very interesting point of view
  1:29pm Rickwaukee:

Tangent: I remember hearing a report on radio (thought it was RadioLab but search empty) that said your brain needs chaotic input from which to distill sound - organized uniform stimulus confounds one's interpretation.
  1:31pm rbrt:

rickwaukee: I feel like I've heard this too
  1:31pm Rickwaukee:

Similar to why stars seem to move if you stare fixed at them - brain needs image to change or star 'disappears'
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:33pm ike:

@Fred: Somehow I've lost my taste for (musical) physical media over the years. The selection of books at the local Goodwill thrift store is pathetic but I'm not sure about records. Fortunately there's a decent park to go take a long walk. How about you, do you go anywhere else in France during major holidays or such?
  1:35pm rbrt:

well the visual cortex makes all sorts of weird processing errors, that's how you get those optical illusions (again not a scientist lol)
Avatar 1:35pm Mayuko:

I read that even as adults human ears still receive so much but brain eliminates them as meaningless "noises' and so you don't "hear" them. If you start hearing them then the world would be filled with too much meanings and literally drive you crazy. Your brain cannot process all of them, generally speaking. Funny enough it was in Ryuichi Sakamoto interviewing someone who studied brain, in the early 90's. That was quite fascinating!
  1:35pm Rickwaukee:

@rbrt: I spent a good couple hours one day trying to track it down - "stochastic" was part of the discussion I believe. I would love to re-listen to it - was a real eye opener.
  1:36pm rbrt:

Rickwaukee: if you track it down post it next show
Avatar 1:36pm Mayuko:

@Rickwaukee I wanna hear that thing! the report.
  1:37pm Rickwaukee:

I may have to hire a Private Investigator!
  1:37pm rbrt:

  1:38pm Rickwaukee:

It almost HAD to have been RadioLab or This American Life but I got nowhere in my search
  1:39pm rbrt:

I was thinking radiolab, because I feel like I've heard this, but who knows everything blends together
  1:41pm Rickwaukee:

@Mayuko, yes about human's need to filter/be selective or else get swept away - We don't realized how much work we're doing all day in this regard - no wonder we sleep so much - we are wiped out after 16 hours of intense labor.
Avatar 1:41pm Mayuko:

@Rickwaukee I hope it wasn't broadcasted in your own brain, if a brain possibly knows all the answers then it's possible.
  1:41pm rbrt:

Mayuko has a point maybe I'm imagining hearing it lol
  1:41pm Rickwaukee:

@Mayuko TWIST!
Avatar 1:42pm fred:

@Ike: I never go anywhere unless I can walk from there. I hate to have to rely on someone else, it feels like a burden on whoever promised to drive me back home. Anything else would require spending money out of what I give to the station. Which is why I'll never get there
  1:44pm Rickwaukee:

In report, I recall audio of electrical stimulation of the brain that sounded like a Geiger counter
  1:49pm Rickwaukee:

I wonder if Beatles' George Martin ever heard Raymond Scott - reminds me of Sgt. Pepper
Avatar 1:56pm fred:

@Mayuko: looks like your Zombie T-Shirt is out of print in sizes that would fit inquiring friends. Do you plan to make another T-shirt as a premium?
  1:56pm Rickwaukee:

Wow, from over 100 years ago - imagining people listening to audio from 1000 years ago - time travel.
  1:56pm rbrt:

I love these old victrolas
  1:57pm listener james from westwood:

This is from 1923, according to Discogs, or I'd that wrong? Sounds like it could've been recorded on the Titanic itself!
  1:57pm listener james from westwood:

/is that (whoops!)
  1:58pm rbrt:

maybe we'll have special hearing power in 1000 years, and they'll laugh how we weren't even using all the frequencies
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:58pm Webhamster Henry:

Acoustic 78s are pretty survivable if you don't drop them!
  1:58pm Rickwaukee:

@listenerjames: Titanic, yes indeed
  2:01pm Rickwaukee:

I have put off lunch to hear show - now I am going to do a Thanksgiving flashback plate and get STUFFED - beers were last night. Thanks, Mayuko for another excellent selection of sounds. You make my week.
  2:03pm listener james from westwood:

So it does date back to back then! Huh!
  2:03pm listener james from westwood:

Goddamn autocorrect.
  2:04pm listener james from westwood:

I'll take that as my cue to thank Mayuko, and exit stage right!
  2:04pm rbrt:

that's crazy how old that is
Avatar 2:05pm fred:

Thanks a lot Mayuko, great show again
  2:05pm rbrt:

I got spoiled with the 3 hour shows
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:05pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Computer science projects of the future will include experiments to correct the output of autocorrect.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:06pm Webhamster Henry:

20 years of acoustic recording, c/o DJ MAC: wfmu.org...
  2:06pm rbrt:

tree trafficking lol
  2:06pm rbrt:

thanks mayuko!
  2:07pm rbrt:

have a great weekend everyone
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:07pm Webhamster Henry:

Thanks Mayuko! a few stars in there!
  2:07pm Rickwaukee:

Outlaw tree stands - barbaric!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:07pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Thanks for the musical adventures today, Mayuko.
Avatar 2:11pm Mayuko:

@fred hmm, that was the station's premium, not my personal prize so I can't make that decision. I'll ask Joe McG if they plan to re-order. would be cool to make T-shirts again - it's just so expensive to produce them!
Avatar 2:12pm Mayuko:

Thanks again everyone for listening!! See you all again next week!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:13pm Jeff Golick:

Belated thanks, @Mayuko!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:15pm Ken From Hyde Park:

@Mayuko - If it's helpful to the cause, I would order one in size large.
Avatar 2:18pm fred:

@Mayuko: I was thinking of maybe having a T-shirt as your premium next year. But yeah, it's expensive
Avatar 2:35pm Mayuko:

Thanks Jeff!

@Ken @fred I'll see if I have enough funds to do a T-shirt - probably not next year - but hopefully sometime near future!
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