Options Circle Time with Mark R.: Playlist from October 6, 2019 Options

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Options October 6, 2019: Let's raise some hell! (And some bread, baby)

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments New
Alabama Harp Singers  Present Joys   Options v/a Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music  Folkways       
Prefab Sprout  Don't Sing   Options Swoon  Sony Entertainment  1984     
Ceremony  We Can Be Free   Options In the Spirit World Now  Relapse Records      *  
The New Pornographers  Falling Down the Stairs of Your Smile   Options In The Morse Code of Brake Lights  Concord Music Group      *  
Matthew Sweet  Looking at the Sun   Options Girlfriend  Zoo  1991  b. 10/6/64   
HTRK  You Know How to Make Me Happy   Options Venus In Leo  Ghostly International      *  
The Replacements  Portland (Alternate Mix, Bearsville Version)   Options Dead Man's Pop  Rhino      *  
Pyramid City Band  Get Your Freak On   Options v/a Blues Mix Vol. 28: Dance Party Soul  Ecko Records      *  
Jai  Sr8 Outta Mumbai   Options Leak 04-13 (Bait Ones  XL Recordings      *  
Moodymann  I Think of Saturday   Options Sinner: KDJ48  Moodymann      *  
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib  Situations   Options Bandana  Cool/RCA Records      *  
Mathematik  Painted Thoughts   Options ReAL/iS-HiM  URBNET      *  
Blood Orange  Baby Florence (Figure)   Options Angel's Pulse  Domino      *  
The Hold Steady  Denver Haircut   Options Thrashing Thru the Passion  Frenchkiss Records      *  
The Get Up Kids  The Problem Is Me   Options Problems  Polyvinyls      *  
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard  Mars for the Rich   Options Infest the Rats' Nest  Restless Records      *  
Trash Kit  Bed   Options Horizon  Upset the Rhythm      *  
Boogarins  Dislexia ou Transe   Options Sambrou Duvida  OAR      *  
The Muffs  Get Me Out of Here   Options Hamburger  Sympathy for the Record Industry    R.I.P. Kim Shattuck (guitar, vocals, composer) d. 10/2/19   
Clairo  Impossible   Options Immunity  FADER      *  
Tomb Mold  Beg for Life   Options Planetary Clairvoyance  Buck Spin      *  
Elizabeth Colour Wheel  Pink Palm   Options Nocebo  The Flenser      *  
Sheer Mag  Steel Sharpens Steeel   Options A Distant Call  Wilsun RC      *  
Taiwan Housing Project  Vessel Creep   Options Sub-Language Trustees  Ever Never Records      *  
Titus Andronicus  No Future Part IV: No Future Triumphant   Options The Most Lamentable Tragedy  Merge    At Monty Hall Saturday, October 12, $20--all proceeds go to WFMU!!!  *  
Pink Sky  Dark Sky   Options Meditations  Pink Sky      *  
Mark Whitfield  The Blues, from Way Back   Options The Marksman  Warner Bros.   1990  b. 10/6/66   
Bon Iver  Faith   Options i, I  Jagjaguwar      *  
Shana Cleveland  Don't Let Me Sleep   Options Night of the Worm Moon  Hardly Art  2018     
Telefon Tel Aviv  Standing at the Bottom of the Ocean   Options Dreams Are Not Enough  Ghostly International      *  
Oleg Akkuratov  Piano Sonata #8 in C Minor, Op. 13, "Pathetique"--I.Grave--Allegro di molto e con brio   Options Beethoven: Sonatas No. 8, 14 & 23  Melodiva      *  
Montserrat Caballe, soprano; Fiorenza Cossoto, mezzo-soprano; Placido Domingo, tenor; The New Philharmonia, Riccardo Muti, conductor  Aida, Act IV, scene iii ("Tomb Scene")   Options Verdi: Aida  EMI    Montserrat Caballe d. 10/6/18   
Laurie Anderson/Tenzin Choegval/Jesse Paris Smith  Heart Sutra Song - Gone Beyond   Options Songs from the Bardo  Smithsonian Folkways      *  

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Listener comments!

Avatar 3:05am Scraps:

h'lo hey
  3:06am Jan-Willem:

Goodmorning Mark! Casting out the evil spirits? :)
  3:07am BEAVO:

Bob Dylan
  3:09am BEAVO:

Now we’re living in the new weird America
  3:10am Diezel Tea:

Hey kids, greetings from no longer Yerevan, but from Mayakovski, Armenia! Now we have a house, so we can blast FMU without bothering our neighbors!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:15am coelacanth∅:

hey markr & all
  3:16am markr:

Hey you guys! I was a little frantic getting in here but I'm chill now.
  3:20am markr:

Turn it up, Diesel! Congratulations!
Avatar 3:33am Scraps:

love "Looking at the Sun"; I think that's one of three or four best Sweet songs
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:35am coelacanth∅:

Avatar 3:37am Scraps:

October 6 is when my stroke hit, eleven years ago, when I was 44.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:37am coelacanth∅:

they still make lsd. pure lsd.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:51am coelacanth∅:

off to bed i am
Thanks Mark
  4:32am neil in london:

Listening in the UK. No church me for me :)
  4:34am markr:

Welcome, Neil!
  5:00am Julia:

Hey from Tacoma ohma ohma ohma
  5:01am Julia:

Found your echo
  5:07am markr:

Hey, Julia!
  5:08am Julia:

Nice bouncy beat
  5:10am Julia:

Now we're talking, blues me baby
  5:11am markr:

Yeah, this is groovy, isn't it?
Avatar 5:12am Scraps:

Hey Julia from Pierce County, I’m in Snohomish County, with only King County between. Cheers.
  5:12am Julia:

I found you by accident, I was googling, cockadoodlebe
  5:13am Julia:

I used to live in Everett, love it up there. What a happy accident
Avatar 5:14am Scraps:

I’m literally half a block from Everett.
  5:15am Julia:

Cool. I am heading up that way on the 26th for a workshop
Avatar 5:16am Scraps:

Find us again; this is a great station. Maybe the best (seriously)
  5:18am Julia:

Yeah it's a good mix so far
Avatar 5:22am Scraps:

Night of the Worm Moon?? Oh-kay.

Maybe she’s a fisher.
  5:25am Julia:

Registered. Ewe this is A dreamy drippy song
  5:26am Julia:

Do I have to do math for every post, I thought we would never have to use math in real life
Avatar 5:27am Scraps:

If you register, you should not have to do math
Avatar 5:30am Scraps:

Maybe you need to reload the page
  5:31am Julia:

downloaded the app
  5:32am Julia:

pretty snazzy
Avatar 5:37am Scraps:

Love the Pathetique sonata. Well, pretty much love all Beethoven.
  5:37am Julia:

oh I am not "activated"
Avatar 5:38am Scraps:

Grew up as Schroeder. Except no piano.
  5:41am Julia:

you are hoot Mark. thanks for the tunes.
  5:44am Julia:

pass the rigatoni Scraps
  5:45am markr:

There's nooooo more Rice Kriiiiiiiispies.
  5:46am Julia:

oh no, now I want Buca De Beppos
  5:46am markr:

This is really crackly. I apologize, it just proves how much we love this record at my house.
  5:49am markr:

Come to New York, we'll take you up to Arthur Avenue in the Bronx, where all the Italians moved when Little Italy became Chinatown West. You'll never be able to eat at Buco de Beppos again. Even the pizza will knock your socks off--very, very thin crust. None of that Chicago deep dish shit.
  5:50am tullius:

This is magnificent.
  5:50am Julia:

nice choice Mark, very beautiful
  5:52am tullius:

Hey, the last voice breaks have sounded like a blown out speaker. Is this just on my end?
  5:54am Julia:

Yeah, a perfect ending.
  5:54am markr:

You know, I noticed that when I was listening to the previous show back in our library. Were you listening earlier, Tullius, did it sound like that through the whole show?
  5:56am tullius:

At least the last two voice breaks for sure. I've been listening the whole show. Thought my brother might have blown my speakers last night. But the music is fine. I think it's your mike.
  5:56am Julia:

Heart sutra song , perfect ending. I am currently exploring The Bhagavad Gita. Loving this song.
  5:56am markr:

Damn, we'll check it out. Thanks for the feedback.
  6:00am markr:

Thanks for listening, everyone. If you can find it in your hearts to contribute a few sheckels toward our October Hellraiser, it would mean a lot to us. We want to keep bringing you interesting, challenging programming, and we're fully supported by our listeners--that's you guys. So if you can spare a few dollars--a Swag for Life pledge can be as little as $10 a month. Most people spend that in a week at a coffee shop. Visit out home page for all the details, OK? Thanks, and have a great week!
  6:00am tullius:

Sure thing. Great show, man. Sorry to hear about Kim, first I'm hearing of that.
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