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Options November 24, 2018: The Ears Went Traveling

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
Izabela Dłużyk  Young great tits and approaching rain   Options Soundscapes of summer  LOM  2016  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
AGF  Falling - 室生犀星 Muro Saisei (1889-1962)   Options A Deep Mysterious Tone  AGF Producktion  2015  0:01:53 (Pop‑up)
Anne Leilehua Lanzilotti  Leap Year   Options Wanderweg  Self-released  2017  0:04:56 (Pop‑up)
Satoshi Sonoda 園田佐登志  Noise Rose   Options 耳抜き / mimi-nuki ~ Secondary Works of Satoshi Sonoda,1982-1989  P.S.F.   2012  0:12:08 (Pop‑up)
Richard Beresis  Wall Printer   Options China 5  Self-released  2016  0:15:25 (Pop‑up)
Beijing Sound Unit  After Dinner   Options China - The Sonic Avant-Garde  Post-Concrete  2003  0:16:37 (Pop‑up)
Juanjo Palacios  Deshielo en Riolapiedra, San Martín del Rey Aurelio   Options   Mapa Sonoru  2018  0:18:12 (Pop‑up)
Steve Roden  When Stars Become Words   Options When Stars Become Words  Self-released   2018  0:20:21 (Pop‑up)
Bill Fontana  Installation Version, 1981   Options Landscape Sculpture With Foghorns  KQED-FM  1982  0:30:35 (Pop‑up)
Lieven Martens  Culatra Island   Options Songs of Gold, Incandescent  Edicoes CN  2018  1:14:28 (Pop‑up)
Andrew Pekler  Theme From Tristes Tropiques / Avian Modulations / Life In The Canopy   Options Tristes Tropiques  Faitiche  2016  1:18:39 (Pop‑up)
Artificial Memory Trace  Macro And Micro Bats   Options Ultrealith  Gruenrekorder  2012  1:29:11 (Pop‑up)
Tod Dockstader & David Lee Myers  Horsefly   Options Pond  ReR Megacorp  2004  1:38:42 (Pop‑up)
Geir Jenssen  Palung: A Yak Caravan Is Coming   Options Cho Oyu 8201m: Field Recordings From Tibet  Ash International  2006  1:44:37 (Pop‑up)
Amephone  On This Time Without Reason   Options Retrospective  360°  1998  1:49:32 (Pop‑up)
Harae Nagoshi  3B-lp1107   Options Lp01-l  630  2018  2:00:00 (Pop‑up)

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Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:37am Jack Tourette:

Auricularia auricula-judae is commonly known as Judas's ear .Jelly Mushroom ear. Edible?
Avatar 12:03pm fred:

Good afternoon Mayuko and listenerds
Avatar 12:04pm Mayuko:

Hi, Jack! I didn't know these "ears" belong to the specific person. Not sure if I want to eat them!
Avatar 12:07pm Mayuko:

Hola, my radio family fred!!
  12:08pm P-90:

My ears are happy to be eating Play Vertigo today!
  12:08pm rw:

Good morning! Young great tits are birds. I had to look that up.
Avatar 12:08pm Mayuko:

Hi P-90! Glad to have your ears join the tour!
  12:10pm Ivan:

Hi Mayuko! Tuning in from Iqaluit, Nunavut
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:13pm listener james from westwood:

How do, Mayuko, listeners, and fungal log-ears alike!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:13pm listener james from westwood:

Context would be critical for reading the name of that first track on the FMU air signal! ;D
Avatar 12:14pm Mayuko:

@rw haha! we have tit-mouse here in NYC (maybe live in California too?) which I thought was funny. Why did they have to name birds that?!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:18pm Doug Schulkind:

Good day, Mayuko!
Avatar 12:19pm Mayuko:

@Ivan Hi Ivan, thanks for tuning in! I don't know where that is but those name sounds like a COLD PLACE!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:20pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Hello, Mayuko and decomposers.
@Ivan - I see you have 5 hours 46 minutes of daylight today. www.timeanddate.com...
  12:21pm rw:

According to a quick search on the internet tit means small. I don't know if we have them around here.
Avatar 12:21pm Mayuko:

Welcome on board, james! And Doug!!! Hope you all had wonderful Thanksgiving.
  12:23pm Ivan:

Yep shibareru yo. It’s the northernmost territory of Canada. The capital Iqaluit is just south of the arctic circle.
  12:23pm rbrt:

♡ When Stars Become Words
Avatar 12:24pm Mayuko:

@Ken wow, less than 6 hours daylight!!! Not sure if I can handle that.
(& thanks for tuning in!)
  12:26pm rw:

And please be careful searching for young great tits on the internet. Hey! I know Steve Roden! He lives in a circular house with a musty bomb shelter.
  12:26pm Joe B:

Hello Mayuko and ears! Morning, rw!
Avatar 12:26pm Mayuko:

@rw Ha! those tit-mice are indeed very small so I guess that makes sense. and they're cute. kind of glad they're not boob-mice.
Avatar 12:28pm Mayuko:

@Ivan しばれる!!!!I guess the Northern Japan expression is very appropriate there! Must be beautiful there though?
Avatar 12:28pm Mayuko:

Hey rbrt! Glad to have you here!
  12:29pm rw:

Hey Joe B! Did you have a good Thanksgiving?
Avatar 12:29pm fred:

This Steve Rosen track is pretty great
  12:29pm rbrt:

  12:32pm Ivan:

@ken From 8:30 to 2:15 I’m trying to enjoy the sun while it lasts on my day off of work
  12:32pm Joe B:

@rw Yes, in a cabin on a mountainside near Mt. Baldy no less! You?
Avatar 12:36pm Mayuko:

@rw a BOMB SHELTER??? To record something in there, or just to... be prepared?
  12:37pm Df:

Love the Bill Fontana! Reminds me of home...
Avatar 12:37pm Mayuko:

Hey Joe B! Glad to have your ears here!!
  12:37pm rw:

Joe, Your friends' place. That sounds cool. And yes. Very nice. I made three pies and gained three pounds.
Avatar 12:38pm Mayuko:

@Df Thank you for bringing your ears here! You must be from a very nice place.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:40pm listener james from westwood:

Re: this Fontana—Feel like I've got a window onto a busy port, or maybe I'm in a lighthouse!
Avatar 12:40pm fred:

KTL once did an outdoors show with artificial fog and alphorns. Sadly, I missed it even though it was right across the street from work: I was at another show
  12:40pm Df:

San Francisco, which is where these foghorns were
  12:40pm rw:

Mayuko, I don't think he's been in the thing for a while. It's a musty leftover from the cold war. Small. I don't know how if I could stand being in there for more than a day or two.
Avatar 12:42pm Mayuko:

@Df oh yeah! I just learned about this music and saw that in the article! Says the recording mic was set in Alcatraz too. Hope THAT's not where you from!
Avatar 12:43pm Mayuko:

@james Or your ears went traveling to a bay!
  12:46pm Df:

No, lol, not Alcatraz. The foghorns were great to fall asleep to. Love your show, as always.
  12:47pm mzmzzz:

Hi Mayu, listening in Japan! 3am here...
Avatar 12:48pm Mayuko:

@rw Sounds like it could come in handy only when Steve wants to torture a friend of his.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:48pm Doug Schulkind:

@Listener Ivan
How did you come to learn of WFMU and the Drummer Stream in Iqaluit?!
Avatar 12:50pm Mayuko:

Hey, mzmzzz! Are you jet-lagged?? How's the weather there?
Avatar 12:52pm Mayuko:

@Df ah! they must have been! I used to hear Long Island Rail Road horns in my previous apartment and I always loved it hearing them at night. So I think I can imagine how that feels.
& Thank you for listening and kind words!
  12:55pm rbrt:

it's kind of awesome that we're all listening to foghorns and enjoying it lol
Avatar 1:01pm fred:

@rbrt: "we're all listening to foghorns and enjoying it" would have made a nice random quote for the old homepage
Avatar 1:13pm Sem:

Hello and good afternoon, Mayuko. Greets to Play Vertigo devotees across the time zones.
Avatar 1:16pm fred:

@Sem: I was thinking of you earlier today as I'm reading a collection of short stories by Alistair MacLeod called "Island". I guess you're familiar with the places he wrote about
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:17pm Webhamster Henry:

Hi Mayuko! This sounds warm and natural!
Avatar 1:17pm Mayuko:

@rbrt I agree! I think that's one of the awesomest things!!!
Avatar 1:20pm Mayuko:

Hi Sem! Happy to have your ears here!!!

Hi Henry! I hope you had a wonderful thanksgiving day!!
Avatar 1:21pm Sem:

Hi, fred. Well, almost certainly, Cape Breton being really not that big a place. Hope the stories are bringing you some pleasure.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:23pm listener james from westwood:

I like the bleeps and bloops on this one.
Avatar 1:24pm fred:

@Sem: So far so good, and thanks for recommending this writer to me
  1:25pm mzmzzz:

Didn't know the last Friday here JPN was holiday mixed up all the plans and schedule....
Avatar 1:25pm Sem:

My ears tell me they are delighted w/ all of these sounds you are filling them with, or, with which you are filling them.

Copy editor, please.
  1:25pm rw:

That foghorn piece was nice. Everything's been nice but that foghorn's sticking. I hadn't known of it either.
Avatar 1:25pm Mayuko:

@james it's such a fun track! I want to find more stuff with manipulated field recordings like this, not only straight-forward field recordings.
Avatar 1:26pm fred:

Sem is right: where's Ike?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:28pm Webhamster Henry:

The band my band plays with, Andes Manta, does a credible imitation of the rainforest. After Play Vertigo, of course, zip in about 17 minutes of the first track on this page to hear it:
  1:30pm rbrt:

oh these are interestinnggggg, sounds like natural but then it's not
Avatar 1:31pm fred:

@Mayuko: have you heard Brokenhearted Dragonflies, a field recording-based record put out by Sublime Frequencies years ago? It sounds more processed than it is
Avatar 1:31pm Mayuko:

@Sem @fred I think we have several copy editors on WFMU listener community but Ike is the grammar police.
  1:34pm P-90:

Mmmmmmm, good bats
Avatar 1:35pm Mayuko:

@rw oh I'm glad I played it then! I really liked it too but I had been hesitating until right before I started my show, just because it was very long. Though the track needs that length!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:35pm Dave in Vermont:

Good day all, been listening and very much enjoying most of the way along and just now joining in comments.
Mayuko, I thought I heard your name mentioned on a show this morning as being FMU's new music director. Did I hear that correctly?
Avatar 1:35pm Sem:

There is a place for tough editing love, provided no truncheons are employed, Mayuko ;-D
Avatar 1:37pm Mayuko:

@Henry That sounds fun! I'll check that out, thank you!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:40pm coelacanth∅:

greetings Mayuko & others
Avatar 1:42pm Mayuko:

Hi Dave in Vermont! Thank you for listening!!!
Radio Ravioli Olivia is our new music director! I am looking forward to checking out the future new bin at the WFMU mothership music library.
Avatar 1:44pm fred:

Olivia! I loved her show when I could listen to it, so this is good news for me
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:44pm Webhamster Henry:

If you haven't heard Olivia's how (Thursday afternoons) it sometimes veers into the Mayuko zone.
Avatar 1:46pm Mayuko:

Hi coelacanth∅! Happy to have you here!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:47pm Dave in Vermont:

Thursdays couldn't be better..Trouble>Olivia>Fabio>Adriene but then how do you decide between the GTDR live shows...good problems.
  1:49pm rw:

Nice! I think Olivia will be great music director!

Hey coelacanth, you missed some bird talk earlier.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:52pm Dave in Vermont:

ooh wait..is this the first Saturday with the new show on after this?
Avatar 1:53pm fred:

Going back to the brain being a part of hearing, I'm very aware of that, because my left ear doesn't work (or maybe it's been traveling for a few decades). So I reconstruct a lot, sometimes comically wrong. And when it does hear better because of an infection, I can't understand much, everything sounds distorted
Avatar 1:54pm Mayuko:

@Dave not yet, as far as I know.
  1:58pm rw:

I don't know how interested anybody may be but this show and the comments made me think of this sculpture: https://www.weho.org/community/arts-and-culture/visual-arts/urban-art-program/steve-roden-with-an-ear-to-the-earth I think it was the ear mushrooms that triggered my memory of it.
Avatar 1:59pm Mayuko:

@fred That does sound like a unique hearing experience. I think it's really fascinating how our brain dictates/adjusts/put bias/sort our hearing perception of the world and not the ears. Maybe none of us will ever get to hear things 100% AS IS.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:00pm coelacanth∅:

it's always subjective, just as what you see is.
Avatar 2:01pm fred:

@Mayuko: it kinda turns everything into a noise show. Which sounds good at first but gets old quick
  2:02pm rw:

fred that's kind of fascinating that your ear does better when it's infected. And that your brain has compensated like that!
Avatar 2:02pm Mayuko:

@rw oh it looks so cool! I wanna try that in real. I love what he does, would love to learn more about his work!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:03pm coelacanth∅:

when i was little i didn't want eye glasses, so i passed eye exams by strategy. then when i was about 12 i wanted to look different, so i let myself fail the eye exam. then when i was getting a driver license i didn't want to be required to have them, so i fooled the eye examiners again.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:04pm Michael 98145:

thank you for the voyage ♫
  2:05pm rw:

Thank you Mayuko! Always a pleasure. Have a great weekend everyone.
Avatar 2:05pm fred:

@rw: it's only because fluid fills my middle ear and stands in for my missing eardrum
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:05pm Webhamster Henry:

Here's Dr. Pauline Oliveros on Hearing and Listening:
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:06pm Webhamster Henry:

She would have loved these tree-ears! She died two years ago today.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:06pm Doug Schulkind:

@Dave in Vermont
The new Saturday show is not quite ready...
  2:07pm rw:

Ear yoga!
Avatar 2:07pm fred:

Thanks Mayuko!
Avatar 2:07pm Sem:

Delightful aural pleasure, Mayuko! See you next time.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:07pm coelacanth∅:

Thanks Mayuko. i hear that this will be an archive to be checked out.
  2:11pm rbrt:

lol I tried to google this Harae because I loved it and I got all these Purification Ritual results
  2:11pm rbrt:

  2:12pm rbrt:

thanks Mayuko! really loved the show today!
  2:13pm Joe B:

Thanks for the ear journey Mayuko! Have a great week everyone!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:13pm listener james from westwood:

Always a wonderful journey, Mayuko!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:13pm paul b:

I read a Nikoli Gogol short story once about a nose that left its person’s face and set off on its own. So I can easily accept that ears could as well
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:14pm Ken From Hyde Park:

See you next time, Mayuko.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:14pm Rich in Washington:

Thanks, Mayuko!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:14pm Doug Schulkind:

What a glorious afternoon with Play Vertigo!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:16pm paul b:

I read a Nikoli Gogol short story once about a nose that left its person’s face and set off on its own. So I can easily accept that ears could as well
Avatar 2:17pm Mayuko:

Thank you so much everyone for comments & listening!!! Hope to see you next week!

(and @paul b - I seem to remember that nose story being quite funny and pretty weird!)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:49pm coelacanth∅:

i really like this episode, Mayuko!
and about what you said about talking with someone in a crowded restaurant i've had trouble understanding the person i'm trying to listen to in that situation for as long as i remember and i wonder if it's because at some point long ago i decided all sounds were worth listening to so i am always dividing my attention. i guess it may offend someone but i'm not trying to do it!
hearing tests suggest my hearing to be comparable to the average person less than 1/2 my age, so it's not that.
anyway i thought you might find this interesting.
i read that it was common for Robert Johnson to be at a busy party, talking with people, while somewhere in the background a little radio was playing some song he'd never heard before, and you'd never notice any lack of attention to the conversation; but then the next day he could play the whole song that played. maybe i need to make a deal with a devil to acquire such ability!
anyway take care and Thank you.
Avatar 11:36am Mayuko:

Thanks for listening & comment coelacanth. Your ears & brain are open to the world! Also explains why you're a fmu listener! :) I heard people do go crazy when they start finding more meanings in all the sounds than their brain can handle though - so be careful!
That is a very interesting episode re Robert Johnson, sounds like when there's music his brain would just tuned to it automatically or something. Thanks for sharing this story!
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