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John S. Apperson (1878 - 1963)


Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Approx. start time
Naïm Amor & John Convertino  Rye Grass Waltz   Options The Western Suite And Siesta Songs  LM Dupli-Cation  2016     
Yann Tiersen  Lok Gweltaz   Options Eusa  Mute  2016    0:02:05 ()
Tod Dockstader  First Target   Options From The Archives  Starkland  2016  Original 2008  0:05:52 ()
Bernard Fort  Exaltation: Lalouette des champs   Options Le miroir des oiseaux (The Mirror of the Birds)  Chiff-Chaff   2009    0:11:56 ()
a Yao hunter call a honeyguide          http://www.audubon.org/news/meet-greater-honeyguide-bird-understands-humans  0:16:18 ()
Jennifer Veillerobe  A1   Options Luftlöcher  senufo edition  2012    0:16:54 ()
Ghédalia Tazartès, Pawel Romanczuk, & Andrzej Zaleski  Wolves and Birds   Options Carp's Head  MonotypeRec  2016    0:22:24 ()
Sourdure  Joana D'aime / Lo Mes De Mai Lo Mes D'abrieu   Options La Virée  [ tanzprocesz ]  2015    0:31:48 ()
Marta Lorena  Parrot Talking   Options         0:37:34 ()
Fossil Aerosol Mining Project   Principles Of Shallow Water   Options Revisionist History  Afterdays Media  2016    0:38:24 ()
Taiji 胎児  Orgasmusique   Options Musique Concrete  Tainai 胎内  1986    0:42:23 ()
 
Shostakovich - Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra  Jazz Suite No. 1: I Waltz   Options The Jazz Album  Decca  1999    1:08:16 ()
Harry Dean Stanton  Bluebird (a poem by Charles Bukowski)   Options         1:11:00 ()
Moondog  Lament I, "Bird's Lament"   Options Moondog  Columbia Masterworks  1969    1:11:55 ()
Moondog  Enough About Human Rights   Options H'art Songs  Kopf  1978    1:13:44 ()
Joel Gordon  Harmonics in the Wind   Options Tuva, Among the Spirits; Sound, Music and Nature in Sakha and Tuva  Smithsonian Folkways  1999    1:17:15 ()
Grigori Mongush  Sonic Landscape   Options Tuva, Among the Spirits; Sound, Music and Nature in Sakha and Tuva  Smithsonian Folkways   1999    1:20:04 ()
Arthur Russell  Let's Go Swimming   Options World of Echo  Rough Trade   1987    1:22:11 ()
Gabor Szabo  Ferris Wheel   Options Dreams  Skye Records  1968    1:24:35 ()
Devonwho  Andthentherewas   Options Luz  Leaving   2016    1:30:00 ()
808 State  Pacific State   Options Quadrastate  Rephlex  1989    1:32:55 ()
Laurie Anderson  O Superman (for Massenet)   Options Big Science  Nonesuch  2007  Original 1982  1:39:20 ()
Nico  One More Chance   Options Drama Of Exile  Aura  1981    1:47:29 ()
Shintaro Sakamoto 坂本慎太郎 x VIDEOTAPEMUSIC  A Night in Bangkok バンコクの夜   Options A Night in Bangkok  Em Records  2016    1:53:10 ()
 

Listener comments!

Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 1:30am Mayuko:

Today's image is a photograph by John S. Apperson, a Lake George conservationist (1878 - 1963.) goo.gl...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/17/16 11:55am listener james from westwood:

Morning, Mayuko and all! That scene looks very cozy.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 12:01pm fred:

Hello Mayuko. I'm so happy to hear this show live again!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/17/16 12:01pm listener james from westwood:

Hope you're doing well, fred!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/17/16 12:02pm northguineahills:

Ahh, forgot you were here, but somehow stumbled o'er here anyways.
  Sat. 12/17/16 12:02pm P-90:

Holiday Greetings, DJ Mayuko and Vertigo Friends!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 12:03pm fred:

Thanks James. Well is, well, a bit further away, but this show is sure to bring me much closer
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:08pm Mayuko:

Thank you for tuning in, james, fred, northguineahills and P-90! So happy to be back on the radio and listen to music with all of you.
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:09pm Mayuko:

Must be feeling good to be back home after a month, fred. Hope you get well soon!
  Sat. 12/17/16 12:11pm P-90:

@fred: Glad to hear the health trend is pointed up, at least. We're beaming good vibes to you from North America!

@Mayuko: Yes! That is a very beautiful and soulful photograph by Apperson. It has crystallized the mood for the rest of my day, Thank you!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/17/16 12:11pm Jeff Golick:

Hi. Made it here via the email...
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 12:17pm fred:

I did get a "play vertigo" moment in physical therapy, when I got on a treadmill for the first time ever. I walk fast, so they warned me I might feel dizzy stopping and should bring the speed down over a couple of minutes. Of course I didn't, and had to grab something to avoid crashing down when I stepped away. The very same vertigo thing you talked about. I did slow down later, but not to much, getting that rush was the reward for 30+ minutes of boredom
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:19pm Mayuko:

P-90, I made a short trip to Lake George this past summer and learned about him at a small local history museum there. I somehow very strongly got attracted by his photos. Glad you like it too!
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:20pm Mayuko:

Hi Jeff! Email worked, hooray.
Avatar    Sat. 12/17/16 12:20pm ifny:

Yuppudi! Ohio gozaimasu Mayuko-san!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 12:21pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Hi, Mayuko. Glad you're back, but happy to report that Bill Mac did excellent fill-ins in your absence.
Anyone ever experience vertigo when driving in a snowstorm at night? It's kind of wild.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 12:22pm fred:

Local history museums can be hit or miss, but most hits are home runs. We don't have enough of these over here
Avatar    Sat. 12/17/16 12:23pm ifny:

@Ken yep. The only thing that got me through the night were the logging truck tail lights which gave me a drishti point.
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:23pm Flash Strap:

Hi mayuko and all! been listening for a while, just now got a chance to comment. love the honeyguide call

what a great show
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/17/16 12:24pm Ike:

Here! Wow, snowstorm vertigo sounds wild. Never had that.
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:24pm Doug Schulkind:

Joy to the world, and joy to all Playverts! Welcome back, Mayuko!
Avatar    Sat. 12/17/16 12:24pm ifny:

@Flash Strap mooorning!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/17/16 12:24pm northguineahills:

Another Tazartes & friends I haven't come across...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/17/16 12:25pm Scraps:

h'lo h'lo!

Finally!
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:25pm Mayuko:

fred, I hope you didn't sacrifice too much of your health and energy to have that fun.
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:26pm glenn:

hey doug, clicking on the link in the email takes me to mayuko's 19 november playlist.
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:26pm glenn:

and hello, from snowbound trawna.
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:26pm geezerette:

Surreal listening to this in LA with sun shining and sky blue and clear from rain.
Vertigo for sure!
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:27pm geezerette:

Hi Mayuko! Hi radio pals!
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:27pm Mayuko:

Ohio, ifny! Thank you for tuning in!

Ken! I just drove a bit in mist in upstate recently, that was already pretty scary to me, let alone snowstorm + vertigo. You could be taken to somewhere out of this world (literally)
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:28pm Mayuko:

So happy to have you drummer stream comrades, Flash Strap and Doug!!! And hallos Ike!!
Avatar    Sat. 12/17/16 12:29pm ifny:

Wow, this music is just what the Dj ordered. I feel better already.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/17/16 12:29pm coelacanth∅:

hi Mayuko and all
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:30pm Mayuko:

oh, and hello Scraps, glenn and geezerette! thanks so much for tuning in!
glenn, that was my fault, apparently I set a wrong URL for the newsletter!!! sorry.
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:30pm Mayuko:

coelacanth∅! you're a different animal now!
Avatar    Sat. 12/17/16 12:30pm ifny:

@coelacanth∅: Morning! How's life in the living fossil world?
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:30pm glenn:

well, i'm here, so it isn't the end of the world.
Avatar    Sat. 12/17/16 12:31pm ifny:

Whoa is that an ocelot?
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:31pm geezerette:

coel! ocelot! :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/17/16 12:32pm coelacanth∅:

Mayuko - yeh, people say that!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 12:33pm fred:

@Mayuko: I was already pacing myself because of the weird setting, staying at an easy 4mph. I can easily reach 5mph for a while, as the huffing and puffing therapists learned in outdoor walks over wooded hills. I was mean enough to attempt small talk with them then. Then again, I had to get clearance to get out (to see a dance show), and they supported my bid
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:36pm Mayuko:

@fred I like small local history museums, I wanna travel visiting more of those. Even when it's not spectacular, I still like em. It's usually not crowded or often you could be the only visitor at the time, and somehow feels quiet in a particular way like time has stopped or something.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 12:37pm doctorjazz:

Hi Mayuko and all!
This Sourdure is cool.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 12:38pm fred:

Sourdure is pretty great live. His set at Sonic Protest was marred by technical difficulties, but something (ahem WFMU) seems to have made me tolerant of that. The Nihilist Spasm Band will be here next year, I'm very happy to see them again. And Phew will play too! I've never seen her, so that's the main event for me
Avatar    Sat. 12/17/16 12:39pm ifny:

If anyone is ever near Durham/Chapel Hill North Carolina, one of my favourites is the low brass collection jammed into a wee yellow house (including bolted to the ceiling). It's worth a pilgrimage. simonettitubacollection.com
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:39pm glenn:

oh, mayuko. i LOVE small town museums. quirky, fun, and done with pride and whimsy, for the most part.
Avatar    Sat. 12/17/16 12:41pm ifny:

It's the most extensive low brass museum I know of. More Sousaphones than you can shake a stick at. Because there's no room to shake a stick in there, it will fall down a bell for sure.
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:43pm Mayuko:

That tuba collection looks fantastic, ifny!!!!!!!
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:44pm Mayuko:

Hi doctorjazz! Glad to have you here!
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:44pm Flash Strap:

I live right by that, Ifny, but have never been

YET
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 12:45pm Ken From Hyde Park:

The town here is renowned as the home of FDR. Besides the National Park site at his residence, the town has a little historical museum. www.townofhydeparkny-historicalsociety.org
Avatar    Sat. 12/17/16 12:46pm ifny:

@Mayuko It really is. I shot a lot of film in there. And just kind of meditated. There's something humbling about standing next to a ton of sousaphones. They're like brass pachyderms.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 12:46pm fred:

@glenn: I think that whimsy is what me miss here is France. We're always pleading for approval from the powers that be, even in villages with a few dozen people. No room for quirkiness
Avatar    Sat. 12/17/16 12:47pm ifny:

@Flash Strap: let me know what you think of it!
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:47pm Mayuko:

Someone should make an map app to navigate travelers to all the local museums gathering all these information. It probably exists already.
Avatar    Sat. 12/17/16 12:47pm ifny:

And if you're there, it's a short jaunt over to the International Museum of Civil Rights in Greensboro. Maybe too big to qualify as a smalltown museum, but it is rife with local history (Greensboro being 1st successful sit-in in 1960 - they've got a replica lunch counter in there and some mind-blowing ephemera). Lavish curator love and hands-on, lived experience vibe. The museum's website: www.sitinmovement.org
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 12:47pm Brian in UK:

@ifny Wow, if they could get people in to play all of those at once.

@glenn whimsy is what is missing today.
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:49pm Mayuko:

Welcome on board, Brian in UK!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 12:49pm Brian in UK:

@fred great to 'see' you again. Would it be fair to say that Boris Vian had his share of whimsy.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 12:49pm fred:

That Taiji track is amazing
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 12:50pm Brian in UK:

Mayuko where are my manners. Good afternoon to you.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/17/16 12:50pm Ike:

Apparently there is a Museum of Russian Art around the corner from WFMU, surprisingly. I had no idea it was there until I saw it on Google Maps while examining the area for restaurants.
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:50pm glenn:

whimsy is not something that can be programmed. it just is.
Avatar    Sat. 12/17/16 12:51pm ifny:

@Brian in UK Some of them aren't so playable any more. But actually that would still sound amazing and edgy now that I think about it.
Avatar    Sat. 12/17/16 12:52pm ifny:

Let me just say that I was sufficiently moved to make sure that Trombone Suicide got its own entry in Wikipedia.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 12:52pm Brian in UK:

@ifny your avatar would be perfect for Mayuko.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 12:53pm fred:

@Brian: He probably had his share of many things, and then some. Orchestre Tout Puissant Marcel Duchamp used to tour with a working pianocktail, if they still do it that's worth checking out. They're worth checking out anyway
Avatar    Sat. 12/17/16 12:55pm ifny:

@Mayuko, doozo! Demo ne, Mayuko no avatar wa stekki.

@Brian I think Mayuko's avatar is far cooler than mine, sharper even!
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:55pm glenn:

for what it's worth, the museum in st. pierre et miquelon has a functioning guillotine. it's behind 2 inch thick acrylic, mind you.
Avatar    Sat. 12/17/16 12:56pm ifny:

@glenn what a bunch of killjoys.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 12:57pm fred:

So how do you know it's actually functioning?
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:57pm glenn:

i know. i was hoping for a demonstration while i was there, but alas.
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 12:58pm glenn:

ummm. that's a good point, fred, but according to the little blurb, it is.
Avatar    Sat. 12/17/16 12:59pm ifny:

Oh, and it's massive, but the Computer History Museum in Mountainview California is amazeballs. They have a working Babbage machine (it's unclear if it's going to be running Lady Lovelace code anytime soon). computerhistory.org
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 12:59pm Brian in UK:

Fred I saw Mood Indigo a couple of years ago. A good attempt at making a film of the unfilmable. They had a pianocktail in it ofcourse. Will keep a lookout for the Orchestre.
Avatar    Sat. 12/17/16 1:00pm ifny:

I know it's working because I got to turn the wheel and calculations came out!
Avatar    Sat. 12/17/16 1:01pm ifny:

Perhaps not as attention-grabbing as amputating heads, but that's how I roll.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:02pm Brian in UK:

You want boring/vaguely interesting we have a Bakelite museum over here.
www.bakelitemuseum.net
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:03pm fred:

Call me skeptical, but running Ada Lovelace code looks like a litmus test to me. I saw enough people lose hair over porting music code from the 80's to realize code and hardware go together
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/17/16 1:06pm northguineahills:

Here's an IRCAM quote for you Fred: "The studio pioneers of Cologne (NWDR) and Paris (IRCAM) were conscientiously and meticulously laying the foundations of what today constitutes the vast majority of modern music, mainstream or otherwise, pop or academic, from Kylie Minogue to Can, from Ricardo Villalobos to the Mnemonists, from Kraftwerk through hiphop auteurslike Jay Dee aka Dilla." (David Stubbbs, 'Fear of Music: Why People get Rothko but Don't Get Stockhausen', 2009)
Avatar    Sat. 12/17/16 1:07pm ifny:

@fred Well, the Babbage machine was just designed to do differentials. I think it would come down to a hardware limitation.
Avatar    Sat. 12/17/16 1:08pm ifny:

Ok you wonderful people, I need to put myself on mute. Deadlines deadlines.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:10pm Brian in UK:

Dead Lines.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:11pm fred:

@NGH: I buy the meticulous side. The conscientious side is post-hoc BS. Even Boulez knew it was a long shot, but worth taking. I don't think he had a choice, it was his calling. Their influence in tech was huge, but unintended
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:15pm maestroso:

Hallo Mayuko! Really enjoying the show.
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 1:16pm Mayuko:

Ike, Museum of Russian Art near WFMU?! I need to go see!
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 1:16pm Mayuko:

Good afternoon, happy to have you join here, maestroso!
  Sat. 12/17/16 1:18pm Irene:

Love the Moondog!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/17/16 1:19pm coelacanth∅:

ciao, ifny.

...i have to back up and hear your micbreak, Mayuko. i was cooking, loudly, but i need context.
- something about bees?
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:19pm fred:

I had been trying for a couple of years to push a pet project on an IRCAM bigwig, but he just left. I have to start again, and I don't know who to annoy. That pet project is having them offer a residency to Daniel Menche
  Sat. 12/17/16 1:20pm P-90:

"Harmonics in the Wind": great title, very poetic
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:22pm fred:

Nice to see Sakha in the title, they usually get no mention at all
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/17/16 1:23pm northguineahills:

That would be brilliant, Fred!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:24pm Brian in UK:

Mayuko these Apperson shots put me in mind of Eadweard Muybridge, not because he was a conservationist. He took many pictures in places like Yosemite but was not averse to chopping down a tree that was spoiling a good view for the shot. He beat the rap on justifyable homicide and then took those famous horse shots that prempted the moving pictures.
www.eadweardmuybridge.co.uk
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:25pm fred:

@NGH: I think IRCAM needs him more than he needs them, but he could do wonders with the resources. I'm not giving up
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 1:26pm Mayuko:

Hello, me too, Irene!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/17/16 1:27pm northguineahills:

Hosestly, correct me if I'm wrong, I can't remember hearing anything from IRCAM that sounded relevant to my ears that has been recorded since the early 80s...
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 1:28pm Mayuko:

I did speak some incoherent thing about bees and man and bird in Mozambique, coelacanth∅, it'll be all clear if you read this article: www.audubon.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:28pm fred:

That Gabor Szabo track just drove out some of the cold
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 1:30pm Doug Schulkind:

@glenn
Yup. We are an imperfect species. I will try to do better.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:31pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Coincidentally, a bee reference in the funnies today. www.gocomics.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:31pm Brian in UK:

fred it has been misty and damp over here all day. Kind of draws you in when walking the dog in the woods but after a while you crave sunshine.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:33pm Brian in UK:

Doug, hope you and yours are doing OK.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/17/16 1:36pm northguineahills:

808 State!
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 1:36pm Mayuko:

@Brian in UK Thanks for the link. Eadweard Muybridge's photography does look something I'd like, I'll look into the collection after my show!
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 1:36pm Doug Schulkind:

@Brian in UK
Thanks for your concern, friend.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:37pm fred:

Wow, this was almost 30 years ago
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 1:37pm Mayuko:

808 State feat. Loon duck!
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 1:40pm Mayuko:

I got some pretty great links provided on today's comment board. Thank you all for that!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:40pm Brian in UK:

I think the title Language is a Virus is so TRUE.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/17/16 1:40pm listener james from westwood:

Oh boy did I need Laurie. Word crashed and ate 90 min of reference-section edits. Urge to kill now decreasing....
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:41pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Time machine! I remember hearing this Laurie Anderson song years ago.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:41pm Brian in UK:

james count up to one hundred in Spanish.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:42pm fred:

I should have seen a good or great dance show set to O Superman by now. But I haven't. It beats anything Glass ever did, so I don't understand how it didn't happen
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:46pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Sorry if I missed the announcement. Two or three hours today, Mayuko?
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:48pm fred:

Speaking of links, I went on a deep dive into Ballets Russes over the week. They were more influential than I thought. Comes with the territory of being self-taught. That would have been an art school reference
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/17/16 1:48pm northguineahills:

I found Laurie's box set "United States" at classic rock record store, and got the 7 LPs for $12. Those days are probably long gone...
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 1:48pm Mayuko:

It's two hours today, Ken. Next track will my last track for today.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:50pm fred:

You should go three hours more often, every week sounds about right
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:51pm Brian in UK:

@ngh no probably about it. All this BS about records coming back. Record companies trying to screw the last drop.

fred yes three hours. Best with the recovery.

Mayuko. Thank you for a wonderful mix.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:53pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Going up on the roof to knock snow off the solar panels. I'll have to wait for next week to file my vertigo and/or accident report. Have a good week.
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 1:55pm Mayuko:

I'll need to look into Ballets Russes more too! Only did some image search so far. So many interesting things all over the world, so much to learn, so little time.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/17/16 1:55pm northguineahills:

Souper duper sounds, Mayuko, danks!
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 1:55pm Mayuko:

Thank you everyone for listening! This is my last track today.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:55pm fred:

A listenable "night in Bangkok", nice parting track, Mayuko
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 1:56pm Brian in UK:

@Ken this is for you.
www.youtube.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/17/16 1:59pm listener james from westwood:

Many thanks, Mayuko! May your bird count be bountiful!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 2:00pm fred:

I missed this show so much, I'm so glad the wait is over
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/17/16 2:03pm northguineahills:

Ecocentrism vs anthrocentrism.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 2:04pm fred:

Tomorrow will be the first day in close to two months that I don't have to wake up before 7am. I might sleep until noon
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/17/16 2:05pm northguineahills:

Sleep, fred, you deserve it!
Avatar Sat. 12/17/16 2:06pm Mayuko:

northguineahills, thems were the indeed terms I learned in the book! Thanks for the reminder!!
Thanks again all for listening, stay warm and have a beautiful week!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 12/17/16 2:07pm fred:

"Deserve" isn't the word. I just can get away with it, and I will
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/17/16 2:30pm coelacanth:

(belated) Thanks Mayuko!

tchau
  Sat. 12/24/16 9:01pm zzz:

I have Nico /Drama Of Exile CD. Apparently $$$.
Avatar Mon. 12/26/16 10:52pm Mayuko:

Thought there have been a couple of reissues though. Maybe still expensive? (Thanks for listening!)
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