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Options January 9, 2013: 2hrs of mudd

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Lau Nau  Valloittajan Laulu   Options Valohiukkanen  Fonal  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Emeralds  Search for Me in the Wasteland   Options Just To Feel Anything  Editions Mego  0:03:29 (Pop-up)
Tim Hecker & Daniel Lopatin  Instrumental Tourist   Options Instrumental Tourist  Software  0:09:54 (Pop-up)
Four Tet  128 Harps   Options Pink  Hostess Entertainment Unlimited  0:13:49 (Pop-up)
Mexicans With Guns  Hummingbird   Options     0:17:44 (Pop-up)
M. Geddes Gengras  Waldorf (pt 1)   Options Test Leads  Holy Mountain  0:21:28 (Pop-up)
Andy Palacio  track 2   Options Belice    0:26:25 (Pop-up)
Julia Sarr + Patrice Larose  Yitte   Options Set Luna    0:31:17 (Pop-up)
Meredith Monk  Gotham Lullaby   Options Dolmen Music    0:33:34 (Pop-up)
Ali Farka Toure with Ry Cooder  Diaraby   Options     0:35:29 (Pop-up)
Scarab  Telesp   Options Crooklyn Dub Consortium Certified Dope Vol. 2  Wordsound  0:42:33 (Pop-up)
Darkstar  Timeaway   Options Timeaway  Warp  0:47:50 (Pop-up)
Lau Nau  Kuoleman Tappajan Kuolema   Options Valohiukkanen  Fonal  0:51:29 (Pop-up)
Nass El Ghiwane  Mahmouma   Options     0:54:58 (Pop-up)
Lijadu Sisters  Erora   Options Horizon Unlimited  Knitting Factory  1:03:30 (Pop-up)
Camayenne Sofa  Makitara   Options Attaque vol. 2    1:08:33 (Pop-up)
Steve Shehan and Blay Othmani  Eilan Akabar Warigazaz   Options Desert Blues, Vol. 1 - Ambiances du Sahara  Network  1:15:55 (Pop-up)
? (Moroccan)        1:24:05 (Pop-up)
Hassan Hakmoun and Adam Rudolf  Ma'bud Allah   Options Gift of the Gnawa  Flying Fish  1:32:37 (Pop-up)
The Dynamic Four  Let's Make Love   Options Studio One Roots - The Original Vol. 3  Soul Jazz  1:37:23 (Pop-up)
Vin Gordon  Babylon Rock   Options Studio One Roots 2  Soul Jazz  1:40:23 (Pop-up)
Andy Palacio  track 1   Options Belice    1:44:11 (Pop-up)
Houcine Slaoui  ?       1:48:09 (Pop-up)
Estrella Morente  Zambra   Options Mujeres    1:50:34 (Pop-up)
Tinariwen  Arawan   Options Amassakoul    1:55:14 (Pop-up)

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Avatar 7:07pm Philo Gristle:

Was the first one Lau Nau, maybe?
  7:08pm anne:

bird activity of today: 35 bald eagles and one pileated woodpecker, all big badass birds. now for 2 hrs of muddup, couldn't b more pleased. it's migration time everybody, look to the sky everyday
  7:09pm /r:

yes 2 Lau Nau. 35 bald eagles!!!!
  7:11pm anne:

hanging out & feeding over the mississippi river, north illinois. i just got back. @ certain times over winter migration it can be 100s. hudson river north of the city, you can see them too. maybe not that many but they be floating on the ice floes fishing.
Avatar 7:12pm kat330:

@anne (my middle name, by the way ;): This beauty was on the fence in Philo's and my backyard: tinyurl.com...
Avatar 7:13pm kat330:

We have tons of greedy sweeties on our feeder every day, eating us out of house and home. I don't think anyone for blocks -- maybe miles -- has a feeder, so we're it.
  7:18pm Baby Copperhead:

Feel better Lamin! Sounding great /r:)
  7:19pm other david:

beautiful opening set

hey folks
Avatar 7:20pm kat330:

@other david: Happy New Year!
Avatar 7:20pm Philo Gristle:

Greets, OD! Sounds lovely, indeed.
  7:20pm anne:

@kat330 what a badass bird!! they're so agile whipping thru the trees

feel better Lamin and welcome back Rupture. happy new year to all!
Avatar 7:22pm kat330:

@anne: Since that photo was taken in early March, a neighbor has taken down TWO huge beautiful trees for no good reason. Some years ago I'd spotted a peregrine falcon pair in those trees. :/ I don't know where all the squirrels and birds go to as they lose more and more habitats.
  7:23pm other david:

Hey Philo & Kat! Random, but does Tuusniemi mean anything to either of you - was yapping to a guy who lived there a few days back via morse code
  7:23pm Kat in Chicago:

Hi DJ/Rupture! It's nice to stretch out, isn't it? Anne, I've been enjoying your bird photos on (appropriately) Twitter. Was wondering where you were taking those.
Avatar 7:24pm Philo Gristle:

@anne even besides what kat said, it's a rare treat here in indiana to get any big birds....
Avatar 7:25pm Philo Gristle:

@od I think it's a place name in finland, not sure where. Niemi is the word for peninsula, and tuus is a common prefix indicating (possibly) 'windy.'
Avatar 7:26pm kat330:

Yeah, we saw bald eagles down in the Everglades a couple of years ago. But we also had a huge pileated woodpecker on a tree at a previous property, no more than 20 feet from our window viewing point. So beautiful.
Avatar 7:27pm Philo Gristle:

@od I guess I'm skimming!! No, don't know the place, but sounded familiar.
  7:29pm northguineahills:

And I was excited when I was in FL at my parents and saw a pair of hawks courting in their backyard. My parents didn't seem to care.
Avatar 7:29pm kat330:

@od: And I've only been to Finland once for about 12 days in May 2002. Only caught Helsinki, Turku, Hyvinkaa and Kangasjarvi (umlauts, fahgeddaboutem!).
  7:30pm anne:

@Kat in Chicago, thanks!! those were taken locally sometimes on a walk/ride up lakeshore from hyde park up to downtown, sometimes in the cook cnty forest preserves. today I trekked out to the Mississippi River cuz the bald eagles gather this and next month out there and other rivers nearby.
  7:32pm /r:

good to be back! I was in Finland once. they had reindeer sandwiches backstage
Avatar 7:32pm kat330:

@ngh: Hawks we have aplenty in southern Indiana. Can't drive anywhere toward the rural areas without seeing the circling above of hawks surfing the thermal updrafts.
  7:33pm other david:

@Philo - thanks! Yeah I've only had a chance for a quick glance on wikipedia which mentions it has "5.19 inhabitants per square kilometre", so it aint a sprawling metropolis :)

@kat: knowing absolutely nothing about the Finnish language, it's very weird copying down the letters whilst your anglophone brain is saying they doesnt read right - chaps name was "Erkki"
Avatar 7:33pm Philo Gristle:

/r bet those came with beer.
Avatar 7:34pm Philo Gristle:

@od ...---...
Avatar 7:35pm kat330:

@anne: I've got to go now, but please send a photo link to your bird pics? and @kat in chicago: I used to live in Park Ridge and then Evanston back in the early '90s.
  7:35pm other david:

"they doesnt", yikes, I've had two beers.

Philo, yep this is a time for an SOS :)
Avatar 7:35pm Philo Gristle:

@od s'all I know.... Erkki is a common name. A lot of male names are female names in US. My brother is named Kari and Joni is another common male name.
  7:36pm anne:

@Philo Gristle & @kat330, yes big birds are a treat, always a thrill. there should def be some nice big birds where you at, especially that state forest near you. I worked @Indiana Dunes this summer and we saw owls, hawks, falcons. Check out this website for local bird reports (it takes a little time to fully load) and input Indiana: http://birding.aba.org.
  7:37pm other david:

@Philo - thanks mister :)
  7:40pm northguineahills:

Always love Meredith Monk. Gotta bounce, bye y'all!
Avatar 7:40pm kat330:

Yep, we belong to the Audubon Society and get all the local info. We have graceful cranes at the local park areas, too.

Thanks DJ/Rupture, for the lovely sounds and the fine company you attract here! (like birds of a feather at a feeder) G'night everyone.
  7:40pm Kat in Chicago:

hi @kat330! Never lived as far north as you, but I was in Rogers Park for 11 years, worked in Evanston briefly and shop there occasionally.
Avatar 7:40pm Philo Gristle:

This was my intro to Toure, like I'm sure many others.....

@anne thanks! Certainly more birds here than in Finland. Almost rode my bike to a ugly vulture picking some roadkill a few years back. It'd be crows at worst back there.
Avatar 7:40pm Philo Gristle:

@ngh Night!
  7:41pm /r:

yes a little Toure rewind!
Avatar 7:42pm Philo Gristle:

And g'night everyone else. Logging offline, will need to catch the rest off the archive. Really have enjoyed the show, thanks /r!
  7:54pm George of Troy:

Good evening all. Gorgeous set this evening, DJ/r!
  7:57pm /r:

thanks! crazy day so i had very little time to prep...
  8:02pm deep curtains:

loving this in toronto
  8:19pm Christopher in Chinatown:

dude great stuff! is that a guitar on this current track or some other stringed instrument?
  8:21pm /r:

oud is the main instrument! browsing fast, here's a blog post on the performer babeblogue.blogspot.com...
  8:24pm other david:

  8:26pm Christopher in Chinatown:

@other david haha.. thanks for the tunes rupture. very entrancing, these desert blues.
  8:26pm /r:

:) enjoy!
  8:28pm Chris:

Rupture - what's the best comprehensive Nass El Ghiwane album to start listening to for the first time?
  8:31pm deep curtains:

I know it's not a request line but could I hear some Omar Souleyman?
  8:33pm Crito:

This track is sick! Happy new years, /r!!!
  8:33pm /r:

Chris -- that's a good question whose answer should be simple but isn't. aaahhhh. see Transes if you can. I need to digitize some NeG cassettes and round up my favorite tracks
  8:37pm /r:

yo Crito!!
  8:43pm brian:

please keep this line of thought going!
  8:46pm Chris:

Thanks - will check that out. He's one of those people I hear about often but never know where to start or find his best music
  8:52pm /r:

i love 2hour shows.... great for following lines of thought (thanks brian!)
  8:57pm other david:

Great show
  8:58pm submarine:

wow qué es esta rola? padrísima!
  11:30pm anne:

@kat330 the bird pics are posted on twitter @newtsnshrooms
  11:19am RjK in Ireland:

Amazing show! You killed it /rupture
  12:54pm Gurldoggie:

So happy to come into my Seattle office on Thursday morning and find 2 hours of Mudd. I'm about an hour into it so far and loving every second. Thanks!
  12:55pm Gurldoggie:

(BTW, I vote in favor of 2-hour shows every week.)
  10:44am nordine:

Mustapha Oumguil - samhi samhi ? (Moroccan)
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