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Options December 28, 2012

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Artist Track Album New Approx. start time
Tin Penny  Cycles 2   Options Cycles (Silver Crest Custom 1971)    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Johnny Sablan  Lelulelulelule   Options Hafa Adai, Todo Maulick, How Are You? [1971 HAFA ADAI Records]    0:07:35 (Pop-up)
Koncz Zsuzsa  Kis Virag   Options Kis Virág (1971    0:10:09 (Pop-up)
Pani Bharatha and Troupe  Pancha Turya Nada   Options VA - Songs and Rhythms of Sri Lanka (Sooriya 1972)    0:18:41 (Pop-up)
Gulab Panjab Band  Mere Range Mem Ramgnevali   Options VA - Wedding Bands from Rajasthan (1994)    0:20:19 (Pop-up)
Ahmad Zahir  As Dozdida Chasm Ax Ahoo   Options Volumes 2 & 3: The King of 70's Afghan Pop! [2012]  *   0:25:31 (Pop-up)
[Various Musicians from Oman]  Riah Ach-Chark   Options Chants Révolutionnaires Du Peuple D'oman (1972)    0:28:55 (Pop-up)
Mpouet Zalebi Reggine  Babame Kwaga Djougou   Options ST (Africana Star 197x)    0:36:45 (Pop-up)
Virgie Williams and Washington Jamb Band  I Just Want To Bolo   Options Your Love Is Wrecking My Mind/I Just Want To Bolo 7" (1979 Leo Records)    0:43:10 (Pop-up)
N'Draman Blintch  Sainger-L'Afrique   Options Cikamele' (1979)    0:46:20 (Pop-up)
Fatoumata Diawara  Makoun Oumou   Options Fatou (2012)  *   0:54:38 (Pop-up)
Elusive Diplomats  Twist and Run   Options VA - Rupert Preaching At A Picnic (UK 1981)    1:01:21 (Pop-up)
Amaryllis  [3]   Options 世紀末だよ全員集合 (Captain Records 1987)    1:04:30 (Pop-up)
Biota  Flee and Wonder   Options Cape Flyaway (2012)  *   1:08:36 (Pop-up)
Don Cherry & Krzysztof Penderecki  Humus - The Life Exploring Force   Options Actions (1977)    1:10:10 (Pop-up)
Shalom Chaverim  By My Side   Options We're Happy We're His [1974 Triple Crown Records]    1:35:54 (Pop-up)
Francoise Moreeau & Francois Imbert  Pivoines   Options chansons pour tisser le temps (Discques BAM 197x)    1:39:53 (Pop-up)
Jim Sarkissian  So Many Times   Options Shadows on a Windmills Wall (1970)    1:42:32 (Pop-up)
Shawn Elliot  Bambi In My Arms   Options ST (197x Tomorrow Records, Fifth Avenue, NY)    1:45:58 (Pop-up)
Theresa Edell  Summer Love   Options Prophesy's Child (1970 Kenneth Recording)    1:49:10 (Pop-up)
Mahara with The Maha Genii  Cast Your Bread   Options Cast Your Bread [AndrOgenii 1982)    1:56:29 (Pop-up)
Joseph Shlisky  Omor Rabi Elozor   Options Mysteries Of The Sabbath: Classic Cantorial Recordings: 1907-47    1:58:59 (Pop-up)
[Tuberculosis Patients at Wildwood Sanitarium]  Adrift   Options Trails of Wildwood (196x)    2:02:16 (Pop-up)
The Voices of the Atolls; The Zizou Bar Trio  Tautahi Hei Otohetohe E Rori   Options VA - Ta'u Tahiti (Mon Tahiti) [1957 Tiare Tahiti Records]    2:04:29 (Pop-up)
Charles & Effie Tyus  Dad's Ole Mule (rec 1927)   Options Let's Get Loose : Folk & Popular Blues Styles from the Beginnings to the Early 1940s    2:07:00 (Pop-up)
['Productions House Limited' Hong Kong Musicians]  Track 3   Options [Unknown 'Production House Limited' OST [Hong Kong 1977]    2:18:02 (Pop-up)
Travellers (CHINA)  Track 4   Options [?CHINESE?] [197x Jubilee JL 6015]    2:19:29 (Pop-up)
[Anonymous Middle Eastern Group]  Asmer el Lown   Options Dances for Festive Nights - Ash-Shark Records (1972 SLPO-152)    2:20:11 (Pop-up)
Aadesh Shrivastava  Thanda Paani   Options Going Crazy (2002 C&P Padmini Music)    2:27:36 (Pop-up)
Siren (Brighton UK)  Pin-Up   Options Siren Plays [1982 Siren Scst 003]    2:34:58 (Pop-up)
Variety-Pak  Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves   Options Pop Rock and Soul Songs (197x PSR1)    2:38:14 (Pop-up)
Modo [Latvia]  Zozefino   Options VA - Soviet Disco Uncommons (1978-83)    2:40:40 (Pop-up)
Graham Gouldman  No Milk Today   Options The Graham Gouldman Thing (1968)    2:44:21 (Pop-up)
Bona Dish  Actress   Options VA - Rupert Preaching At A Picnic (UK 1981)    2:46:34 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 6:09am DJelbogen:

Good. Morning.
  6:23am Ernest (NL):

good afternoon!
  6:24am Looms:

Hello from France.
  6:25am slugluv1313:

YAY HUNGARY!!!!!! where my family is from too :)
  6:26am Ernest (NL):

Nether means down or low in Dutch => Netherlands becomes Lowlands.
  6:46am Christopher UK:

Great show. I'm really grateful for your efforts on the playlist, but come on "Riach Ach Chark"!
Avatar 6:48am DJelbogen:

Christopher - I was only one (unnecessary) letter off!
  6:58am kat330:

Hi, Jason and all!
Had to comment: love the keyboards on this, but wonder if the singer could hear the key of the instruments properly. :)
  7:06am Madi:

You did the right thing.
Avatar 7:21am DJelbogen:

Madi--I feel a little 'unclean' for playing (even two minutes) of bland Afropop that I'm making it up to myself (and some of you) with this noisy 19 minute Cherry/Penderercki track.
Avatar 7:22am DJelbogen:

(which I think is really good, in fact) [the Cherry/Penderecki song, that is, not that I feel the need to 'make up' for my mistake]
  7:37am Madi:

It wasn't that bad but was ruining the integrity of the set.
  8:04am hamburger:

hey yo - eyes very heavy this morning, partly due to adjusting body clock and partly due to 4am loud people - never really yelled at someone for being loud when it's late before, but the adrenolin rush meant I couldn't sleep for another hour
  8:04am Bruce:

Female is Françoise (franswahzeu)
Male is François (franswah)
  8:06am kat330:

Maybe Mahara is of the Bahá'í faith?
  8:08am kat330:

From the 'pedia: "its religious history is seen to have unfolded through a series of divine messengers, each of whom established a religion that was suited to the needs of the time and the capacity of the people. These messengers have included Moses, Buddha, Jesus, Muhammad, and others.
  8:21am kat330:

No, no, no!! Bahá'í from the Wikipedia, not Hare Krishna.
  8:25am BSI:

hah! I know that Krsna place in Tucson well... Govinda's... lived out there for a spell...
Avatar 8:27am DJelbogen:

BSI--Yes, 'Govinda'!!! Totally mediocre, no?
  8:28am Madi:

I like the idea of international soundtracks, that way you could mix in some old favorites.
  8:30am BSI:

I was there in the '90s. "Indian food day" was thursdays I think... and yep, very mild stuff. I preferred Ghandi further south for a decent veg. vindaloo..
  8:33am kat330:

IOW, Jason, I have no idea what Mahara's faith is. Just offering a speculation about it and showing how one particular faith blends a lot of ingredients into the mix.
  8:34am Ernest (NL):

Jason: did you know Elbogen means elbows in Dutch? just so you know...
  8:52am kat330:

Gee, this sure takes me back to my milk-drinking childhood. :)
  8:56am kat330:

The track to best describe my morning here today is "Please Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood"! :) Not vegan, just don't like milk. Actually didn't care for it in childhood either, but was made to drink it.

Thanks, Jason, and Happy New Year to all!
  8:58am Madi:

Bye for now Mr. Elbow
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