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January 13, 2012 Options
Gonna keep chewin', y'all!
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
Sarah Webster Fabio 
Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues   Options Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues
(Folkways 1976)
ECD  In Tempo   Options Major Force: The Original Art-Form
(Mo' Wax 1990)

Joe's Acadians  Il y a Pas la Claire de Lune   Options Le Gran Mamou:
A Cajun Music Anthology
Adam Trehan  The Waltz of Our Little Town   Options Cajun: Rare & Authentic
(JSP 1928)
Davous Bérard  Mes Amis, Je Suis Gris   Options Cajun & Creole Music II 1934/1937
(Rounder 1934)
Blind Uncle Gaspard  Natchitoches (French Town)   Options Early American Cajun Music:
Classic Recordings From the 1920s: Blind Uncle Gaspard, Delma Lachney & John Bertrand
(Yazoo 1929)
Lawrence Walker  Country Waltz   Options Cajun Honky Tonk:
The Khoury Recordings
(Arhoolie )
The Balfa Brothers  Je Suis Content D'etre un Cajun   Options J'ai Vu le Loup, le Renard et la Belette '75
(Rounder 1975)

Talkover Music:
Clark Kessinger 
Wednesday Night Waltz   Options The Legend of Clark Kessinger
(County 1964)

The Copper Family  Shepherd of the Downs   Options Come Write Me Down:
Early Recordings of the Copper Family of Rottingdean
(Topic 1963)
Peter Bellamy & Louis Killen  Spender the Rover   Options Won't You Go My Way?
(Argo 1971)
Jeannie Robertson  Handsome Cabin Boy   Options Sailormen and Servingmaids:
Folks Songs of Britain, Volume 6
(Topic 1959)
Louis Killen  The Dalesman's Litany   Options Gallant Lads Are We:
Songs of the British Industrial Revolution
(Collector 1980)
Meic Stevens  Traeth Anobaith   Options Gwymon
(Sain 1972)
Mike Cooper  I've Got Mine   Options Trout Steel
(Dawn 1970)

Talkover Music:
Nino Rota 
The Clowns (Part 2)   Options The Clowns (OST)
(CAM 1971)

Stan Tracey  Little Klunk   Options Little Klunk
(Vogue 1959)
Don Friedman  Dream Bells   Options Metamorphosis
(Prestige 1966)
Andrew Hill  Ode to Von   Options Smoke Stack
(Blue Note 1963)
Steve Kuhn  Little Old Lady   Options 1960
(Polystar 1960)
Horace Tapscott  Bibi Mkuu: The Great Black Lady   Options Thoughts of Dar Es Salaam
(Arabesque 1996)
Mal Waldron  Strange Fruit   Options Blues for Lady Day
(Black Lion 1972)

Talkover Music:
Joe Henderson (w/Alice Coltrane) 
Water   Options The Elements
(Milestone 1973)

Hugh Maskela  Ox Drivers Song   Options Trumpet Africaine
(Mercury 1963)
Cambridge and Portia w/The Souls  It's a Mad Mad World   Options Office Party Mix #1
(Electric Jive 1968)
Jabula  Baleka - Run Away   Options Thunder Into Our Hearts
(Virgin 1975)
Dudu Pukwana  Ubaqile   Options Diamond Express
(Freedom 1975)
Almon's Jazz 8 & the Sweethearts  Love Is Strange   Options b/w My Sweet Baby
(HMV 1972)
Izintombi Zesi Manje Manje  Bana Bame   Options African Renaissance: Volume 3
(SABC )

Talkover Music:
Roy Brooks 
The Free Slave   Options The Free Slave
(Muse 1970)

Zhou Xuzn  Night in Shanghai   Options Shanghai Nights
(Pathé )
Lilis Surjani & Orkes Krontjong Bintang  Bujuj Bulan   Options Krontjong Warna-Warni
Kim Jung Mi  Cigarette   Options Kim Jung Mi
(World Psychedelia Ltd. )
Buppa Saichol  Kon Chob Pluk (Waker)   Options Thai Funk ZudRangMa,
Volume 2
(ZudRangMa )
Rosnah & The Siglap Five  Gembira Ria   Options Steam Kodok: 26 A-Go-Go Ultrararities from the Sixties Singapore & South-East Asia Underground
(Grey Past )
Grace Lee & the Stylers  Why Are You Not Smiling?   Options Singapore A-Go-Go
(Sublime Frequencies )
Akiko Nakamura  Tengoku Rock ( Rock Heaven)   Options De Luxe
(King 1968)
Ros Sereysothea  Superstar   Options Rare Cambodian Tracks
(Courtesy of Bodega Pop )

Talkover Music:
Oliver Sain 
Night Time   Options St. Louis Breakdown:
The Best of Oliver Sain
(AVI )

Lee Rogers  I Want You to Have Everything   Options b/w Our Love Is More
(D-Town 1964)
Gus "The Groove" Lewis  Let the Groove Move You   Options b/w Together
(Tou-Sea 1967)
Mystic Minds  It's Real   Options Mind Over Matter
(SMOA 1975)
Lynn Day  Bit Off More (Than I Can Chew)   Options b/w I'll Understand
(Big Hit )
Sons of the Kingdom  Modernization   Options Keb Darge's Legendary Deep Funk,
Volume 2
(BBE 1974)

Closing Theme:
John Lee Hooker 
Stand By   Options I Feel Good
(Jewel 1971)

Listener comments!

  Fri. 1/13/12 8:41am glenn:

aren't all karen carpenter covers kinda eerie?
  Fri. 1/13/12 8:43am Doug Schulkind:

You make a strong point. Morning Glenn!
  Fri. 1/13/12 8:45am glenn:

g'day mate, as the pommy bastards say.
  Fri. 1/13/12 8:52am dc pat:

isn't everything associated w/ karen carpenter eerie? she creeps me right the fook out.
  Fri. 1/13/12 8:53am Doug Schulkind:

While Karen's voice was a freak of nature, I actually found Richard way creepier.
  Fri. 1/13/12 8:55am dc pat:

let's get some good cussing into the show today Drummer..
  Fri. 1/13/12 8:55am listener james from westwood:

good friday the 13th all!
  Fri. 1/13/12 8:56am glenn:

also snowing here, although flaky.
  Fri. 1/13/12 8:58am Doug Schulkind:

Go fuck yourself, dc pat! Ooops, should've said it on the air. My bad.
  Fri. 1/13/12 8:59am glenn:

take it outside, you two.
  Fri. 1/13/12 8:59am ndbob:

morning Doug and everyone!
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:00am ndbob:

-2 and clear here
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:00am Doug Schulkind:

Big warm fuzzies to you LJFW and you, too, ndbob.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:02am listener james from westwood:

-2?! Get some hot coffee and a parka to ND stat!
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:03am Brain in KU:

BOLLOCKS.

glenn fyo g'day mate is the aussies affectation, old boy.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:03am still b/p:

Good morning.
When she was in the long vest and the white ruffled-collar shirt, and I was 13 years old....Karen kinda did something for me....just a little somethin', but somethin'.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:04am Doug Schulkind:

We were ALL 13 once, still b/p. Tipee yi yo, Brian in UK!
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:05am Brain in KU:

Please gennelmen, let's leave Les Carpenters where they belong. Karen's voice notwithstanding. Oh yus.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:06am dc pat:

fuck, it's not snowing here. I need some sled time.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:06am Brain in KU:

Still a man sees what he wants to see and ......
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:06am glenn:

hmmmm. i may have been wrong, brian. i thought pommy meant prisoner of mother england, ie australian, but apparently not.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:07am ndbob:

much nicer then normal so far this year.. this is the coldest it's been - actually an average low for mid-January.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:09am still b/p:

..and disregards the vest.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:10am Parq:

Tish, that's French! Well, sort of.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:10am Brain in KU:

Aussies call us pommy bastards. Do not know the origins.

ndbob, it's us poms who are supposed to be obsessed with talking 'bout the weather.

Thanks still p/b
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:12am glenn:

apparently it's from pomegranate. same idea as limeys.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:13am seang:

Cajun Style!
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:17am ndbob:

weather obsession is rampant in North Dakota as well:)
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:17am Doug Schulkind:

A big mamou to you, seang!
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:21am Maggie:

digging all this Cajun stuff, mon fils! Merci for playing it!
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:21am listener james from westwood:

i had a lucky streak recently where, each time i fired up the 24-hr drummer stream, it was playing a vintage cajun cut.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:22am Doug Schulkind:

Bonjour, Maggie dear!
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:23am ndbob:

Cajun music makes me hungry
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:25am Maggie:

i'll probably bring a big ole pot of etouffe to the next marathon dinner!
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:25am glenn:

hell, i'm sure your local corner store carries andouille sausage and profiteroles, ndbob.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:26am Maggie:

OK, twice in a row the answer to my math question is 666. WTF?
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:26am Parq:

Whoa. I'm volunteering for whatever night that is, Maggie.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:26am Doug Schulkind:

Remind which is your day, Maggie (you Devil you!)
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:26am listener 108365 in bushwood:

my wife plays fiddle in a cajun trio and they won't accept my idea to call themselves the Special O Cajuns
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:26am ndbob:

due to North Dakota's large Cajun population:)
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:27am Maggie:

usually when Irene and Scott are on - last year Doug was there too!
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:32am listener james from westwood:

The Drummer Some role of devil travels from user to user, depending on who gets the 666 checksum. Like the baby in a king cake.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:32am Brain in KU:

James, as I mentioned previously I have been reading Poe's poetry recently. How is he perceived these days by the GAP, popular, otherwise, no thoughts at all?
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:34am Brain in KU:

J'ai vu le fuckin' reynard
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:35am dc pat:

crap, I like this.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:35am listener james from westwood:

Poe's got his adherents through thick and thin. (GAP = General Amer. public?) Not sure how often he's taught in school, but he has several gateways: pop culture, those classic Vincent Price movies, comic book renditions of his work, even other classic American horror writers like H.P. Lovecraft, for whom EAP was an early influence.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:36am dc pat:

How's Squirrel Hell treating you Drummer?
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:37am glenn:

don't forget the hilarious house of frightenstein, also with vincent price, not to mention billy van.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:40am Andrew:

Don't forget Lou Reed for a fairly recent Poe cultural injection.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:40am Brain in KU:

Yes to GAP. He is hardly laugh a minute. Cannot get an angle on him. The library book has illustrations by W Heath Robinson years before his fascinating construction phase that continued to the end of his life. Mainly with fey damsels after Aubrey Beardsley.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:41am Brain in KU:

SPENDER?
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:42am Doug Schulkind:

The house next door really is a squirrel hell. There's a hole in the eaves into which, it seems, the entire neighborhood's worth of rodentry scrambles. I have a cat with a ridiculously bushy tail. I'm absurdly bushy. He looks out the window at the squirrels ponderously. (He thinks we moved here for him.)
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:42am glenn:

i loved that show. whatever happened to jimmy nail?
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:43am dc pat:

Ah, good to hear all is in order...
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:45am Brain in KU:

Assume they are grey variety.

This music is just perfect for todays beautiful sunny day.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:48am dc pat:

we have the black variety here in DofC
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:51am Doug Schulkind:

We had this one black squirrel in our old Carroll Gardens nabe in Brooklyn. Saw him darting around for years and years. (Don't tell me it could have been different squirrels. It was the same one, damn it!)
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:51am Brain in KU:

Rough translation 'Hopeless Beach'. Go figure.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:53am Doug Schulkind:

Google Translate had the "beach" but not the "hopeless." Thank Brain! Gwymon is of course "sea weed."
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:55am Brain in KU:

Ever had laver bread. It's not laver nor bread. It's seaweed. Luvverly. Get it around Swansea in South Wales
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:55am Hugo:

Ah, Mike Cooper!
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:57am glenn:

wow, youse guys is soooooo smrt.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:58am Doug Schulkind:

Coop's singing is a treasure. Then there's his guitaring. I simply adore him.
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:59am doug:

loving this lovely folk set, doug!
  Fri. 1/13/12 9:59am Doug Schulkind:

I quite agree, if I do say so, er, myself!
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:03am Parq:

@Doug, 9:42-- didn't you?
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:07am monica:

that 9:59 post was me. dunno why it came up as your name. as you were.
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:10am ndbob:

looking forward to that Doug - never heard that show
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:12am Hugo:

I've gotta blog that Coop record. Doug, you have a cd-r version of it, I believe?
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:13am Doug Schulkind:

You're welcome in any guise, Monica! That Blind Uncle Gaspard track I played earlier made me think of you and that haunting number of his you shared with me. Thanks for that!
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:15am dc pat:

Who's on drums on this Stan Tracey track?
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:16am Doug Schulkind:

@dc pat
Tracey's drummer is Phil Seamen
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:17am dc pat:

huh, don't know him--shades of Art Blakey
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:17am Doug Schulkind:

Hugo, I do indeed. I'll email you an DL link after the show.
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:18am Doug Schulkind:

I played a track from this Don Friedman record a few weeks ago. I just stumbled on it and am in deep infatuation with it. Atilla Zoller (one of the great names in jazz) is on guitar.
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:25am pgw in mnctlr:

i dig this album's "piano trio plus a 2nd bass player" thing
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:27am Doug Schulkind:

I betting Richard Davis could've played both parts but the union wouldn't let him.
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:29am Brain in KU:

Hoagy, my first jazz record, Coltrane Jazz. I'm seventeen, right now.
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:31am Doug Schulkind:

Well then Happy birthday, Brain!
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:32am Brain in KU:

You know when you hear something for the first time and feels that you have known it for what seems like forever and will be listening for the longest time.
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:32am glenn:

gtdr is restricted to those 18 and older. you'll have to leave, sir.
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:33am Doug Schulkind:

No, glenn, you read the fine print wrong. It's 18 months!
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:34am glenn:

i sawwy.
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:34am Brain in KU:

This may be the tired body of 59 years but behind these eyes............ I've forgotten what I was going to write.
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:36am ndbob:

I will be 59 for two more days
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:38am Brain in KU:

'52 was a good year. No they make tyres. (Tires)
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:42am Hugo:

Nice piano set. No Cecil Taylor, though. You'll need another hour for that ...
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:52am Doug Schulkind:

I played a record of Cecil Taylor dancing around his piano. You just couldn't hear it.
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:53am Hugo:

The Masakela was exotically weird.
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:54am Carmichael:

Man, you guys are old ... Hi everyone. Hi Doug.
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:55am ndbob:

I agree Hugo
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:55am ndbob:

hello Carmichael!
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:56am Doug Schulkind:

Hello Carmichael! Get off my lawn!
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:57am Mark in VT:

I sometimes use my Roku box to stream wfmu on the tunein channel. But GTDR is not on it. But the UBU and Ichiban streams are on there.
  Fri. 1/13/12 10:59am Doug Schulkind:

@Mark in VT
Not sure what you're referring to. Email me the details. From where are you accessing UBU and Ichiban?
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:00am Paul Sherratt:

Brain of Britain,

' 52 was a very good year ...
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:01am Carmichael:

I'll be 55 in August. Only 20 years till retirement!
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:02am Doug Schulkind:

I bum-rushed the big 5-0 last year. Now I can't remember why I'm standing in front of the fridge.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:04am Carmichael:

Worst of all, the young girls look at me sympathetically, and not leeringly. A sad milestone.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:05am david:

what'd I miss?
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:06am fishmonkeystew:

Awwww, yeah. This is some fine sound.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:08am Carmichael:

Doug, you got me hooked on the whole African Jazz scene. Brand new sound for me.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:09am joe:

LOVE this Love...
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:09am Doug Schulkind:

Greetings David and FMS!

Then my work is done, Carmichael!
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:12am glenn:

at our age, hot chick means menopausal.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:14am Brain in KU:

The monkey is still on the back to probably misquote George Melly.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:16am Brain in KU:

Carmichael, well there's always a new beer to taste.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:17am Mark in VT:

Tunein is a web based thing that you can stream radio stations from all over the world. And wfmu is on it too with the regular stream plus some of the others. It is really of no use to wfmu listeners since you can stream it from the wfmu website. Unless you want to use your entertainment system and go through the web using a roku box or other streaming device. I can email the details. Tom Sharpling even has his archived shows on tunein. so maybe it is something that a dj could add if they want.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:20am trishh:

I use my entertainment system + wfmu. No middle man req'd.
Output input. Easy.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:23am Doug Schulkind:

Would love to get the details, Mark. I will forward them to the good people at the WFMU mothership. I'm sure they can handle it.

Hi Trish!
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:25am ndbob:

nice one here - from where?
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:25am trishh:

Hi Doug! Snowy morning music cheers to you.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:26am Doug Schulkind:

That was from Indonesia, ndbob.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:27am Brain in KU:

I'm guessing this is Bandung, not snowy there but it feels right.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:27am Doug Schulkind:

Y'all know that you can get the GTDR stream via the WFMU app on your smartphones, yes? Look for the bongos icon!
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:29am Brain in KU:

Smartphone? You are from the land of the Jibber.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:33am Carmichael:

I'm still using my princess phone with a rotary dial.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:34am Doug Schulkind:

C'mon, Brain, we gotta join the 20th century already. Wait a minute, shit!. It's the 21st. I need an aspirin.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:34am trishh:

'you've got a scythe!?! we're still using wooden scissors'
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:36am Brain in KU:

Doug, I just want a telephone for that very purpose.
Aspirin is that product placement?
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:36am still b/p:

I'm writing this in cuneiform on a clay tablet and someone else translates and posts it.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:38am Doug Schulkind:

My college roommate sophmore year was a cuneiform major.

Listen for Akiko sing "Mamas and Papas" !!
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:38am glenn:

i love a man in cuneiform
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:40am Mark in VT:

I remember a New Yorker cartoon years ago that had an ancient Roman guy chiseling out a document and it was the first year AD. He said there I go writing BC again. As in how it takes people a while to get used to writing the new year like writing 2011 on checks when it is now 2012
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:40am Hugo:

This Singapore pop is ... err ... interesting. I say no more.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:40am Carmichael:

I dig this.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:40am ndbob:

this is great!
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:41am still b/p:

Give the Drummer Sumer.

That one was awful/good, glenn.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:41am Doug Schulkind:

OK, here is your Karen Carpenter cover. Obviously.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:41am Shalmaneser 111:

Doug, got any early Mesopotamian folk.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:42am Doug Schulkind:

Now appearing on ESPN4: Give the Drummer Sumo
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:42am glenn:

hey, the eerie karen cover.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:42am Doug Schulkind:

That's folked up, Shalmaneser 111.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:43am ndbob:

There was a guy who recorded Elvis songs in Sumerian.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:43am Brain in KU:

Have a good day on Sunday ndbob.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:44am Hugo:

I can help you with some Filipino crooning (or perhaps not) ...
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:44am Brain in KU:

It's winterian over here.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:49am Carmichael:

I like ANY song where the singer says, "Ugh!"
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:51am trishh:

'Ugh!' connotes disgust doesn't it ? I hear 'ungh!'
Tomato tomato.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:52am Doug Schulkind:

Carmichael, do you have my James Brown wannabes marathon premium It's a James James James World?? Ugh indeed. Or Ungh will work.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:52am Mark in VT:

After that Asian set there are some videos on youtube that have surfaced from the 90's of James Brown doing noodle commercials in Japanese. Anyone seen these? He sings in Japanese.
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:52am trishh:

Or, uh, exasperation?
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:54am ndbob:

ty Brian
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:56am Doug Schulkind:

Gonna keep chewin', y'all!
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:57am trishh:

the rainbow of groans and grunts. uh-huh
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:57am Hugo:

Matter over mind ...
  Fri. 1/13/12 11:59am ndbob:

excellent show of course Doug!
  Fri. 1/13/12 12:00pm Carmichael:

No I don't, Doug. If you make it available this year, I'll grab it as part of my annual mouse pledge.
  Fri. 1/13/12 12:00pm Brain in KU:

Thanks for your estimable show, Doug.

Chou en-lai some euphemism going on.
  Fri. 1/13/12 12:00pm Hugo:

I never thought I live to see a tune called "Modernization". Huh?
  Fri. 1/13/12 12:02pm Doug Schulkind:

It's my best premium evah, Carm.

Thanks ndbob. I had a blast

Stick with me, Hugo. I'll show you a world of retrograde funk you never knew existed.
  Fri. 1/13/12 12:02pm Brain in KU:

Kevin Darjeeling takes some beating, Hugo.
  Fri. 1/13/12 12:04pm Carmichael:

Thanks, Doug!
  Fri. 1/13/12 12:04pm listener james from westwood:

helluva musical trip today, doug. i need a new passport! will return with the proper papers come this tuesday.
  Fri. 1/13/12 12:08pm Doug Schulkind:

Thanks Listener James. It's been my pleasure. (Please get on the end of line 3 for the correct visa.)
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