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I never miscue a record. I am punctual, well-prepared, and dislike clutter. Outgoing and helpful, I'm always appropriately dressed. I do not behave erratically and have excellent penmanship. My CD's never skip, and I am in good health. I like all the notes, in any order.

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Options January 7, 2011

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Artist Track Album Comments
Talip Özkan  Topal, Sipsi, Teke Zotlatması   Options L'Art Vivant de Talip Özkan   
Talip Özkan  Taksim – açış / Suivi de Havada Durna Sesi Gelir   Options    
  Gurbet Havası      
  "Chant"   Turkey: The Sipsi of the Yayla   
  Ondort Binyil Gezdim Pervanelikde   Turkey: Bektashi Music. Ashik Songs   
Moğollar  Karsıki Yayla   Options    
Traffic Sound  Meshkalina Sonido   Options   danke, erma! 
Erkin Koray  Korkulu Ruya   Options    
Erkin Koray  Yalnizlar Rihtimi   Options    
Okay Temiz  Penguin   Options Drummer of Two Worlds   
Okay Temiz  Galaxy Nine   Options Drummer of Two Worlds   
David Moss  Niche   Options    
Jaap Blonk  Plokkel   Options Avers¢huw   
Jaap Blonk  Onge   Options Avers¢huw   
Dokaka  Tadokas   Options The Dokaka Discography   
  Doohi et Jimi Rewɓe de Soboullé   Burkina Faso: The Voice of the Fulbe   
  Doohi et Jimi Rewɓe de Filifili   Burkina Faso: The Voice of the Fulbe   
Tanya Tagaq  The Sounds of Throat Singing   Options   canadian sainkho 
Tanya Tagaq  Improvised Performance   Options    
  Melodic Katajjait   Canada: Inuit Games and songs   
  Song of a Halak'a Festival   Ethiopia: Polyphony of the Dorze   
  Musiqe Maji   Ethiopie: Polyphonies Vocales et Instrumentales   
  Musiqe Guji   Ethiopie: Polyphonies Vocales et Instrumentales   
  Roromera (Cradle the Child) & Keni Ni Mato (The Earth-Woman)   Solomon Islands: 'Are'are Intimate and Ritual Music   
  Rain Dreaming (Ngapa) Ceremony   Australia: Aboriginal Music   
Jud-Jud  [side A]   Options The Demos   
Furious Pig  I Don't Like Your Face   Options   a favorite of Pseu 
Het  Poisons   Options   they evolved from Furious Pig 
Berthet - Le Junter  Balancement   Options Le Junter - Berthet   

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Listener comments!

  12:20pm Vicki:

that's not you
  12:20pm Ed:

  12:21pm jk:

  12:21pm annie:

  12:21pm bryce:

  12:22pm Hugo:

  12:24pm aaron ın chıcagö:

  12:26pm dc pat:

  12:28pm Vicki:

this music sounds a bit flustered
  12:29pm bryce:

eşşoğlu eşek!!!
  12:29pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

you don't say?
  12:31pm Vicki:

I had to look that up, and it was delightful.
  12:37pm Vicki:

  12:37pm bennett4senate:

  12:39pm bryce:

  12:39pm bryce:

  12:40pm Vicki:

  12:41pm bryce:

i hope so!!
  12:47pm Carmichael:

Splunge, everyone.
  12:48pm bennett4senate:

glacieurs du broice
  12:49pm bennett4senate:

  12:55pm Carmichael:

Bryce, if you have Aisha Kandisha's Jarring Effects (AKJE), could you give the ol' disc a spin?
  12:55pm luke:

dropping into the show for first time: WONDErFUl! thanks
  12:57pm Looms:

Hey everyone! Love these Turkish tunes.
  12:58pm bryce:

thx, luke! hi looms! good idea, b4s
  1:00pm Vicki:

brrrrrrrrnnng brrrrrrrrnnnngggg
  1:01pm bennett4senate:

hey this thing is pretty responsive... hrmmm... let me try something else... how about A Hot Fudge Sundae or A New Car?
  1:01pm dc pat:

Bu eşek başladı!!!
  1:02pm bennett4senate:

sıcak çikolata dondurma ağzımda lütfen
  1:04pm dc pat:

Hiçbir şey yerim ve like it!
  1:05pm dc pat:

oops, didn't translate all the way dangit
  1:06pm Vicki:

I <3 Erkin
  1:06pm dc pat:

Sorry should have been "Hiçbir şey yerim ve zevk."
  1:07pm Hugo:

iz mir übel
  1:08pm dc pat:

Ne? Eğer Türk adam bilmiyorum ...
  1:08pm Vicki:

I'm sure these translations are all very helpful
  1:09pm BSI:

holy crap!
  1:10pm duff:

Turkish tunes totally shred. How do I get one of those double-string instruments that sound like a bass 12-string guitar?
  1:10pm Vicki:

hit one guitar with another one really hard
  1:10pm bryce:

ETSY! i'll make you one out of yarn
  1:11pm Carmichael:

Are you sure this isn't Celtic?
  1:11pm jk:

  1:12pm bennett4senate:

umut dünyanın doğu turuncu dağ geniş
  1:12pm Carmichael:

This is the point where we start about vindaloo and masala.
  1:13pm glenn:

celts originally came from the middle east, so they're very similar. i think it's fantastic stuff as well.
  1:13pm dc pat:

bennet4: size söylemek için kolay
  1:15pm bennett4senate:

da. peace god
  1:16pm dc pat:

In that book Salt, the author sites a case where they found the body of a dude wearing a tartan from the iron age buried in a salt mine in Asia. The Celts invented ham too. Am I off topic?
  1:16pm Vicki:

this track's really mongy
  1:16pm Vicki:

I think you'll find that pigs invented ham
  1:17pm bryce:

i know, my plizzuns got urffled
  1:18pm glenn:

by mark kerlansky?
  1:18pm βrian:

What does any of this have to do with Tavuk Dolmasi?
  1:18pm Vicki:

sometimes google doesn't help
  1:18pm Vicki:

sometimes google doesn't help
  1:19pm BSI:

Soon as I stick my nose in here, it goes all vindaloo. I love you goddamned people.
  1:19pm Vicki:

I seem to have said that twice
which is rather worrying
  1:19pm Marshall Stacks:

Mongy? How would the Turks say that?
  1:19pm Vicki:

  1:20pm Vicki:

  1:20pm Vicki:

  1:20pm glenn:

mmmmmm. vindaloo.
  1:20pm BSI:

now of course I need me some curried anything.
  1:20pm Vicki:

  1:20pm Vicki:

Mongy? Durvy maybe.
  1:21pm βrian:

Who was that kid who crawled to the window with a megaphone and began screaming, "J'ai faim !"?
  1:22pm Looms:

It may be me: i'm starving.
  1:23pm βrian:

Found it: Argent de Poche / Small Change. (Truffaut)
In any case, j'ai faim.
  1:24pm bennett4senate:

guys where did I put the tape measure?
  1:25pm dc pat:

yeah and where the hell are the GOOD scissors??
  1:25pm bryce:

fell to the bottom of the fondue
  1:26pm Vicki:

this track sounds like my head
  1:27pm bryce:

that's a shock
  1:28pm Looms:

Sounds like a 1st grade classroom.
  1:29pm βrian:

Drop your bread in the fondue, down a glass of wine. But drop your scissors? : a whole bottle.
  1:31pm Carmichael:

Now THIS track sounds like my mental decision-making process in action.
  1:32pm dc pat:

is Jaap getting out of the vocalization business?
  1:33pm dc pat:

oh, phew!
  1:34pm Vicki:

actually there's nothing going on in my head except little kittens jumping through chocolate hoops with ribbons on
  1:35pm Hugo:

Temiz is Okay to me. Really.
  1:36pm Vicki:

this sounds like dokaka
  1:37pm Vicki:


  1:38pm tom:

whooooo talk about "Bent on Tarkus" !!
  1:38pm bryce:

wrong, it's dokaka
  1:38pm bryce:

he was supposed to come visit in november, but didn't work out. :((((((((
  1:39pm dc pat:

hey is this dokaka?
  1:39pm tom:

  1:39pm bryce:

  1:39pm Carmichael:

Ya baby.
  1:39pm Vicki:

wasn't he supposed to come and visit in November? Did it work out?
  1:40pm Hugo:

Temiz with Mbizo and Mongezi is even better than Okay. Bryce knows that.
  1:42pm postmanpaul:

Enjoying your selection of field recordings of glove-puppet moonmunchkins very very much Mr Bryce.
  1:42pm bryce:

hahaaa :)
  1:43pm dc pat:

  1:44pm Carmichael:

Manhattan Transfer on 78 spedd and LSD.
  1:44pm Looms:

looks like ZZ Bryce.
  1:46pm Vicki:

  1:46pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

wow, just realized what this was!
  1:46pm Bad Ronald:

Love the Tarkus cover!
  1:46pm Parq:

Oh man, does Clay Pigeon know about this version of Tarkus?
  1:47pm tom:

Clay would be freaking out right about now !!
  1:47pm BSI:

Holy crap! Again!
  1:54pm Looms:

THIS is f#cking trippy!
  1:54pm bryce:

if we got dokaka to do starcastle, clay pigeon would turn into a salad
  1:55pm glenn:

well, vicki, the fire hero thing was pretty impressive stuff.
  1:55pm bryce:

looms, i know! brian turner pointed me toward this a few years ago. thx, bt
  1:57pm Vicki:

Hooray for fire heroes
  1:57pm steve:

wonder if i could comission dokaka to cover georgio moroder's the chase... that would pretty much turn me into salad
  1:58pm Looms:

Not in print :(
  1:59pm Vicki:

yes, laughing alone with salad
  2:00pm Marshall Stacks:

Vicki, back in university days I had a pal in the fine arts dep't who built something very similar and hooked it up as the ringer on his standard boring black desk phone.

I will never forget the demonstration he gave me - indoors, in a cluttered office. Hilarious! In a life-threatening way.
  2:01pm postmanpaul:

Hope the Fulbe fellows had their loin cloth securely fastened.
  2:01pm Cheri Pi:

Just figured it out, this is the human beatbox show!
  2:02pm coelacanth:

oh my...
  2:02pm glenn:

i love how super smart science nerds still listen to black sabbath.
  2:02pm Vicki:

I knew someone who built a light sensitive switch into a light switch, so when you switched the light on it turned the light off again.
  2:03pm coelacanth:

she's amazing!
  2:03pm Miami David:

I think I've got it!
  2:03pm BSI:

Dokaka vs. Nick the Bard doing Hawkwind's SPACE RITUAL in its entirety. There: now I'm a salad.
  2:03pm aaron in chicago:

my goodness
  2:04pm coelacanth:

i'm scared
  2:04pm jk:

this is awesome!
  2:05pm Miami David:

Bet she's great in bed.
  2:05pm coelacanth:

...and ,now i'm getting excited...
  2:05pm Richard from Venezuela:

Hi all.
  2:05pm aaron in chicago:

I'm going to learn this to get back at my cat when he makes that about-to-puke noise
  2:07pm Miami David:

Oh Habibi!
  2:07pm coelacanth:

(god i want this woman)
  2:07pm glenn:

um....... vicki, why do i need to know how to apply makeup like natalie portman?
  2:08pm Lunch:

I feel left out
  2:10pm glenn:

leave our canadian women alone!! aren't there enough women in the states? geeeeez.
  2:10pm Vicki:

OH!!!! She's playing at the festival I'm doing!!!! ARRGHHHHHH!!!
  2:11pm Vicki:

  2:12pm Vicki:

:) :) :) :)
hey bryce, come up for it
  2:13pm Miami David:

That was pretty amazing. The mouth has got to be the most versatile instrument we have.
  2:13pm coelacanth:

glenn -i've only met one here who made sounds like this, and she exploded.
  2:13pm glenn:

it's in kitchener. home of the blackberry.
  2:15pm glenn:

hey vicki, i'm going to make a wild stab in the dark - are you in the princeton laptop orchestra?
  2:16pm Vicki:

they can't use my laptop
  2:17pm coelacanth:

Bryce i haven't heard your show in months,due to ...stuff... You're still king.
  2:18pm bryce:

  2:22pm bryce:

V.....that's a pretty good idea
  2:22pm Vicki:

who the hell is princeton laptop orchestra?
  2:23pm Vicki:

I just asked the promoter what night it's on
  2:24pm glenn:

Princeton Laptop Orchestra
Co-presented by NUMUS, PLOrk takes the traditional model of the orchestra and reinvents it for the 21st century; each laptopist performs with a laptop and custom designed hemispherical speaker that emulates the way traditional orchestral instruments cast their sound in space. Founded in 2005, they have performed with the likes of Zakir Hussain, Pauline Oliveros, Matmos, So Percussion and the American Composers Orchestra. Featured in this concert will be a new work by Waterloo native Jascha Narveson.
  2:25pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

  2:25pm Vicki:

she's playing the Friday night - manageable

yes I was joking about the laptop orch :)
  2:27pm Vicki:

figured you realised I wasn't in that orch, Glenn, sorry... hurumph
me People Like Us
  2:27pm glenn:

john oswald is performing too - years ago he made a recorded called greyfolded, it's solo piano / electronica versions of grateful dead songs.
  2:28pm aaron in chicago:

great stuff, unfortunately 'are'are is somewhat difficult to google
  2:28pm Miami David:

These songs are like an afternoon lullaby. Beautiful!
  2:30pm glenn:

well, i like satirical social commentary, too.
  2:31pm BSI:

Great steaming mother of hell! I used to have a copy of this Australia recording, haven't heard it in ages. Love this bit......
  2:31pm Miami David:

for glenn: http://www.amazon.com/Solomon-Islands-Are-Intimate-Ritual/dp/B000003IB0/ref=cm_lmf_tit_7
  2:32pm Miami David:

Sorry, for aaron
  2:32pm aaron in chicago:

1 used from $68.20
  2:33pm glenn:

you like aaron more than me :(
  2:34pm Miami David:

I didn't see that! Look for the mp3s on a blog then. Holy Crap!
  2:34pm Looms:

@Aaron: yeah, these used copies are veeeeery expensive, unfortunately.
  2:35pm bryce:

m david, thx!!

yeah, there are or were, 3 releases of solomon islands stuff, recorded by hugo zemp, on le chant du monde, including a double-disc of mindblowing panpipe ensembles. some of my favorite music in the world.
  2:35pm Miami David:

But I had you in mind.....
  2:36pm bryce:

oh shit, are they out of print??
  2:37pm Vicki:

  2:37pm Miami David:

Could be. Those chant du monde discs are becoming rare.
  2:37pm Looms:

many are (some are in my library, he he)
  2:38pm aaron in chicago:

maybe i'll drop by dusty groove this weekend, they've got http://bit.ly/eRev8j in stock for $4
  2:39pm aaron in chicago:

thanks vicki
  2:39pm Vicki:

I just gave you the link up there
link seems to work - http://rapidshare.com/files/4733092/PDISall.zip
  2:40pm Miami David:

What's this group's name?
  2:40pm bryce:

nice!! wow, different waters is still going??!!

excellent, something is good in the world
  2:40pm Vicki:

sure is!
  2:42pm BSI:

This is why the old selectric typewriters rocked like beasts.
  2:42pm Vicki:

Is Lord Of The Yum Yum coming next?
  2:43pm Looms:

Nice link, Vicky!
  2:43pm Vicki:

and yes, Boston Typewriter Orchestra
  2:44pm Miami David:

Reminds me of the Residents' Eskimo album. Thanks, Vicki!
  2:44pm Looms:

oops! Vicki
  2:45pm Vicki:

this is donkey riding music
  2:45pm Giraffe:

What's for lunch?
  2:46pm bryce:

hahaaaa :)))
  2:47pm Mike East:

fried calamari and meatball parm!!!!! with a very strange soundtrack...
  2:47pm Giraffe:

I'm hungry in here
  2:48pm Giraffe:

Somebody let me out
  2:48pm bryce:

  2:49pm Giraffe:

  2:50pm Giraffe:

I'd love a salad right now.

  2:50pm Miami David:

Still quite furious.
  2:51pm BSI:

Haven't several of us become salads by now?
  2:51pm Viv Stanshall:

. . . the sweet essence of Giraffe.
  2:51pm Giraffe:

will somebody be my eyes?
  2:52pm wild man of borneo:

  2:53pm Vicki:

ha ha ha
  2:54pm Vicki:

I almost heard that
  2:55pm Giraffe:

I think I'm in under lots of other... giraffes, or something. I feel... weighed down and I c-c-c
  2:57pm bryce:

WHAS UP, G????
  2:57pm glenn:

why would anybody facebook when they can wfmu? (i promise to never use either of those as verbs again)
  2:58pm bryce:

heyyyy.....love to all of you!!

i go bye. next week.....
  2:58pm Giraffe:

  2:58pm aaron in chicago:

A+ show today
  2:58pm Vicki:

ta ta
  3:00pm and:

too, too
  3:00pm Giraffe:

  3:01pm Vicki:

  3:01pm paul and john:

i don't know why you say goodbye, i say hello
  3:01pm βrian:

The local Turkish restaurant couldn't understand whey they were suddenly so busy. Bryce, I said.
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