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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 August 19, 2011

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Mofou people from the village of Zob  Walay Mépli Sla   Options Cameroon: Flutes of the Mandara Mountains    "fogwom" wooden flutes and some transverse horns  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
  Horn Ensemble   Central African Republic    Banda-Linda people playing "Ongo" horns  0:14:09 (Pop‑up)
  Asirbalə   Waza: Blue Nile — Sudan    Berta folks playing "Waza" trumpets made from conical sections of calabash that fit together like a telescope  0:15:29 (Pop‑up)
  If You Say My Name, I'll Fuck You!   Waza: Blue Nile — Sudan      0:28:52 (Pop‑up)
  Dandale / Al-Harib / Zozei   Waza: Blue Nile — Sudan      0:29:09 (Pop‑up)
  'Au Paina: Ensemble of 8 panpipes   Solomon Islands: 'Are'are Panpipe Ensembles    the 'Are'are of Malaita island  0:24:47 (Pop‑up)
  'Au Taka'iori: Ensemble of 10 panpipes   Solomon Islands: 'Are'are Panpipe Ensembles      0:31:50 (Pop‑up)
  Bundle Panpipes, 'au po'o   Solomon Islands: 'Are'are Intimate and Ritual Music      0:36:15 (Pop‑up)
  Bundle Panpipes, 'au waa   Solomon Islands: 'Are'are Intimate and Ritual Music      0:38:31 (Pop‑up)
  Khajoane / Makhoroane / Litsoanya   Tswana and Sotho Voices    Southern Sotho people "The lesiba is a wind-blown string instrument....Along one side is strained a string, sometimes of horse hair or sinew, to one end of which is attached a section of fowl's quill. This isheld in place by placing it between small double wedges held firmly in a small hole drilled into that end of the stick."  0:42:21 (Pop‑up)
Kebaakantse Dikhudu & 19 guys with "ditlhaka" reedpipes  Nkwe E Jele Rantshilane   Options Tswana and Sotho Voices    Lete folks from Botswana  2:09:50 (Pop‑up)
  Home on the (Mountain) Range   Tuva, Among the Spirits      0:50:23 (Pop‑up)
  Ang-men Mal-magan Öttüneri   Tuva, Among the Spirits      0:51:42 (Pop‑up)
Sainkho Namtchylak  Night Birds   Options Lost Rivers      0:53:46 (Pop‑up)
Sun Wen-Ming  A Shiny Qin   Options Special Collection of Contemporary Chinese Musicians      1:01:11 (Pop‑up)
Lois V. Vierk  Simoom   Options Simoom      1:04:56 (Pop‑up)
Iannis Xenakis  Syrmos (for 18 strings)   Options Iannis Xenakis  Ed. RZ    1:25:34 (Pop‑up)
Udo Kasemets  Part One: Astrosonomics   Options Timetrip to Big Bang, Big Bang and Back      1:37:15 (Pop‑up)
Udo Kasemets  Harmonices Mundi of Johannes Kepler   Options Timetrip to Big Bang, Big Bang and Back      1:37:54 (Pop‑up)
Udo Kasemets  Lun(h)armonics   Options Timetrip to Big Bang, Big Bang and Back      2:13:36 (Pop‑up)
Udo Kasemets  Cometallics   Options Timetrip to Big Bang, Big Bang and Back      1:48:18 (Pop‑up)
Udo Kasemets  Stell(h)armonics   Options Timetrip to Big Bang, Big Bang and Back      2:03:19 (Pop‑up)
Udo Kasemets  Messiermusics with Galactiquasarics   Options Timetrip to Big Bang, Big Bang and Back      2:06:18 (Pop‑up)
Udo Kasemets  Part Two: Big Bang or Turning the Timeglove Inside Out   Options Timetrip to Big Bang, Big Bang and Back      2:17:42 (Pop‑up)
Udo Kasemets  Part Three: Chaosmosis   Options Timetrip to Big Bang, Big Bang and Back      2:19:21 (Pop‑up)
Udo Kasemets  Quarkanon   Options Timetrip to Big Bang, Big Bang and Back      2:21:21 (Pop‑up)
Udo Kasemets  Hadrondo   Options Timetrip to Big Bang, Big Bang and Back      2:26:43 (Pop‑up)
Udo Kasemets  Nuclearia   Options Timetrip to Big Bang, Big Bang and Back      2:34:55 (Pop‑up)
Udo Kasemets  Nucleotidings   Options Timetrip to Big Bang, Big Bang and Back      2:38:05 (Pop‑up)
Udo Kasemets  Helixong with Proteonations   Options Timetrip to Big Bang, Big Bang and Back      2:47:07 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  12:15pm βrian:

Liking the honkophony.
  12:16pm Looms:

Hello Bryce, ladies and gents!
  12:16pm Alluring:

Me so horny!
  12:17pm Carmichael:

I'm picturing clowns. Lots of clowns. On bicycles.
  12:17pm hamburger:

honk if you like honks
  12:17pm BSI:

clowns syndrome?
  12:18pm bryce:

hello o
  12:20pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

sounded like Syd Barret's BIKE for a second there!
  12:22pm Bridget:

  12:23pm bryce:

  12:23pm dave:

this transition from the dirashe tribe stuff at the end of scott's program is some mighty fine dj'n, ayup.
  12:24pm bryce:

it's all hockety up in here
  12:26pm hamburger:

there's a neat documentary about refugees from sudan who come to america 'god grew tired of us'
  12:35pm I say:

A hick, hock, the hicky hocket hock ya don't stop!
  12:36pm bryce:

interlock till u drop
  12:42pm King John:

Peeps to aid Deluise's passage into heaven. Beautiful, Bryce.
  12:43pm bryce:

hey, you!!! :)
  12:48pm King John:

  1:06pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

who let a zombie on the mic??
  1:07pm George of Troy:

More brains . . .
  1:07pm I say:

You need backup singers to do call and response with those city/state names.
  1:07pm Looms:

Brrrrrr.... Creepy!
  1:08pm βrian:

You could tell because he dropped the 't' in Mount Hope. A sure sign
  1:08pm bryce:

no one wants to party with me
  1:14pm bryce:

yet i know where all the thunderstorms are
  1:14pm Van in Dallas:

This is like being deep in the ocean, swimming along with a bunch of whales
  1:15pm Emily:

this is really good
  1:24pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

music to squirm to
  1:24pm Van in Dallas:

Sort of like St. Martin in the Fields post Zombi Apocalypse :)
  1:32pm Carmichael:

Have we reached the lunch discussion portion of the show?
  1:34pm bryce:

but it's ramadan
  1:40pm Cecile:

Yes. I think I am getting either Singapore noodles or bi bim bap for lunch.
  1:43pm Cecile:

I have a funny story. This guy comes into my old job and wants to know the status of his application. I told him that it was incomplete and we'd sent him a letter. he said he forgot the paperwork because of Ramadan. I reminded him that Akeen Olajuwon won back-to-back NBA Championships while fasting during Ramadan so that wasn't an excuse.. He proceeded to ignore me and plead his case to my co-worker who was stifling laughter, but gave him the same bad news.
  1:44pm Cecile:

  1:44pm yum:

  1:44pm Cecile:

I can be adorably insufferable sometimes.
  1:45pm βrian:

I miss Bi Bim Bap. It's pretty scarce in WI, so I make my own version with grated beets. Fer yummy.
  1:45pm Cecile:


No big Asian supermarket in Milwaukee or Madison?
  1:46pm bryce:

cecile, hahahaaaaaaaa
  1:46pm nic:

this is great
  1:47pm Cecile:

Also everyone else who was fasting for Ramadan in the room (an off-duty driver and an applicant) also started snickering.
  1:47pm bryce:

hey, nic!

you're in luck....it goes on FOREVER
  1:47pm βrian:

Precious little, but then I'm limited to Madison.
  1:48pm GimmeShelter:

I'm just glad it's not an air raid siren.
  1:49pm Cecile:

that's not good.

Another reason why Hakeem is cool:
"Olajuwon, who endorsed a sneaker made by Spalding which retailed for $35, is one of the very few well-known players in any professional sport to endorse a sneaker not from Nike, Reebok, Adidas, or other high-visibility retail brands. As Olajuwon declared: "How can a poor working mother with three boys buy Nikes or Reeboks that cost $120?...She can't. So kids steal these shoes from stores and from other kids. Sometimes they kill for them.""
  1:50pm Cecile:

If you make it to Minneapolis, I highly recommend United Noodle. They have 3-4 aisles of Korean stuff alone. And they make Korean, Japanese and Taiwanese food in their deli.
  1:52pm GimmeShelter:

Dear me. I spoke too soon.
  1:53pm bryce:

i hope you bought waterrrr
  1:56pm cubicle carl:

This sounds like the track from Smile that freaked out Brian.
  1:56pm Wild Neil:

I sit near the door to the rest of the plant, so factory whooshing noises (flowing chemicals, pumps, etc) blend right in with this , so I can listen to this on speaker!
  1:58pm bryce:

if only johannes kepler could be there...
  1:58pm βrian:

My plant has aphids. The music makes them restless.
  1:59pm Looms:

A neighbor has just come by to ask what I was listening to :(
  2:00pm bryce:

tell them, "the heavens."

it's always best to be honest.
  2:00pm βrian:

Gotta get those headphones fixed.
  2:01pm amh:

Hey look! Bryce has played more than three tracks!
  2:02pm Looms:

Oh fuck, I'm a fake!
  2:03pm bryce:

did you at least offer them some drugs?
  2:04pm Looms:

No drugs, no alcohol, no sex here! (please believe me)
  2:05pm Wild Neil:

Vicks? Cough syrup? I have gaufenesin...and decaf green tea...
  2:07pm bryce:

okay, guess i'll give interpol BSI's IP then....
  2:08pm Looms:

Interpol? :(
Oh please, not again!
  2:13pm BSI:

Hey now. That fingerprint transplant was a very expensive procedure. It's opened lots of doors. Literally. I've seen things that would curl your aphids like a dayglow vortex of couscous. On fire, yet.
  2:15pm Looms:

I love couscous (just saying)
  2:15pm Ike:

Interpol is not a bad band, but I wouldn't want them at my IP address.

"Dayglow vortex of couscous on fire"... I have to figure out how to work that into a romantic text message.
  2:16pm bryce:

see what i mean?
  2:17pm Looms:

No I don't, I'm a blind fake. Jeez, I suck!
  2:20pm nic:

yeah awesome!!!!!!!!!!!
  2:24pm northguineahills:

Actually woke up early enough for Bryce this week!
  2:25pm Looms:

Has "Timetrip to Big Bang, Big Bang and Back" been released on LP or CD?
  2:25pm Looms:

It's great.
  2:28pm Carmichael:

I'm having either cough syrup or falafels for lunch.
  2:28pm bryce:

hey, ngh!

looms, it's a cd from '94. only know of two other cds of his music.....
  2:28pm Looms:

Really great...
  2:29pm Looms:

Don't find it anywhere so far.
  2:31pm Looms:

Another frustrating show, thx to Bryce ;)
  2:32pm bryce:

hahaaa :) i know.....it was on a tiny label from ontario, Artifact Music. Found it in a discount bin right after it came out.

this one ( http://bit.ly/nULGnW ) is really lovely too. it might also be out of print, but may be easier to find
  2:34pm Looms:

ok, I forgive you.
  2:36pm Looms:

Another question to every gentle souls round here: is the Musicworks magazine interesting?
  2:37pm amazon.com:

Timetrip to Big Bang, Big Bang and Back is available as an mp3 download (whole album or single tracks)
  2:38pm bryce:

oh wow!
  2:39pm amazon.com:

mp3 download "currently unavailable"
  2:40pm Looms:

In France anyway.
  2:43pm murph:

Looms: Musicworks is a great litlle magazine! They would release a cassette or a cd with each issue. The John Cage issue was pretty good, and i remember another one about pitfalls of sonic weaponry...
  2:44pm G:

Maybe it's currently licensed for download only in certain countries??? The album's product page on the US amazon.com site says it consists of mp3s from the 1994 CD. -- Note: That's on amazon.com, not amazon.fr (I often can't get amazon.fr to ship me things at a US address :-) )
  2:45pm iTunes:

I've got it! Can I be cool again?
  2:45pm Looms:

@murph: thx you, sir! There are a few # available over here, will check it out.
  2:48pm Looms:

@G: hey, where is globalization!? :)
  2:49pm G:

@Looms: Being fitfully indeicisve, pending the next big economic hiccup :-(
  2:50pm bryce:

udo kasemets in musicworks..... http://www.metamkine.com/?monlabelrec=24
  2:51pm Looms:

Ain't this mailorder great, Bryce?
  2:52pm bryce:

£36.36 http://bit.ly/ol3wVQ :(

more info... http://bit.ly/hByVUY
  2:54pm bryce:

have a good week, everyone!
  2:55pm Looms:

Thank you!
  2:55pm nic:

hey you 2_awesome show
  2:55pm Looms:

Back at ya.
  2:56pm Marmalade kitty:

Great show bryce! Have a nice weekend everybody!!
  2:56pm BodegaMan:

Thanks Bryce, great show.
  2:57pm Van in Dallas:

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