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Favoriting March 19, 2014: Rogue States
Agitpop, punk, folk, rap, disco and all manner of "Dear God, what was that?!?" from the Axis of Evil, Beyond the Axis of Evil and the Outposts of Tyranny.

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Artist Track Album Year Comments
INTRO: K. Wylin  Welcome to the Bodega   Favoriting The Bodega  2010   
THEME: Nellie McKay  ¡Bodega!   Favoriting Home Sweet Mobile Home  2010   
Xenia Degelko  I Am a Leader   Favoriting Patriotic Belarusian Rap Video  2012  Belarus 
Fuck It All  Minsk City Hardcore   Favoriting Fuck Lukashenko - DIY Punk Belarus Compilation    Belarus 
Pesnyary  Mowed Yas Konyushin   Favoriting Penyary  1972  Belarus 
Lyapis Trubetskoy  Kapital   Favoriting Kapital  2007  Belarus 

Music behind DJ:
Litvintroll 

Bald Sparrow   Favoriting

Rock 'n' Troll 

2009 

Belarus 
Big Bag  Sate Pyat Sa Yar Gyi   Favoriting AD3000    Burma 
Unknown Burmese Rappers  For the Punk   Favoriting single    Burma 
Mar Mar Aye  Bone Ka Htein Pwe Taw   Favoriting Radio Songs    Burma 
Unknown Burmese Singer  Unknown Burmese Song   Favoriting Unknown Burmese Album    Burma 

Music behind DJ:
Unknown Burmese Artists 

Sabe (Jasmine Flower)   Favoriting

White Elephants & Golden Ducks: Enchanting Music Treasures From Burma 

2005 

Burma 
Estrellas de Chocolate  La Brucha   Favoriting Cuban Gold 3: the 60s  1960  Cuba 
Orishas  Que Bola?   Favoriting Antidiotico  2007  Cuba 
Abelardo Barroso & La Orquesta Sensación  En Guantànamo   Favoriting Afro Cuban Roots Presents Cuba's Big Bands  2008  Cuba 
Elio Revé Jr  Changüí en la Casa de Nora   Favoriting Changüí en la Casa de Nora  2000  Cuba 
Silvio Rodriguez  Al Final De Este Viaje   Favoriting Al Final De Este Viaje  1978  Cuba 

Music behind DJ:
One Voice 

Lord I Lift Your Name on High   Favoriting

Worship in Havana Cuba 

2002 

Cuba 
Alookal  Dar   Favoriting The Persian New Waves: Underground out of the Republic of Iran    Iran 
Googoosh  Bavarkon   Favoriting Googoosh Vol. 1    Iran 
Yellow Dogs  New Century   Favoriting No One Knows About Persian Cats  2010  Iran 
Abjeez  Khastergari (Arranged Wedding)   Favoriting Hameh  2007  Iran 
Mohsen Namjoo  Roo Sar Beneh Be Baalin   Favoriting Toranj  2007  Iran 

Music behind DJ:
Mahsa + Marjan Vahdat 

Golden Straws of Wheat   Favoriting

Twinklings of Hope 

2013 

Iran 
Mulla Abdussaheb  Ya Yuma Weya Baba   Favoriting Give Me Love: Songs of the Brokenhearted, Baghdad 1925-1929  2008  Iraq 
Unknown Iraqi Artists  Unknown Iraqi Song   Favoriting Choubi Choubi!: Folk and Pop Sounds from Iraq  2005  Iraq 
Kazem Al Saher  Meen Qassak   Favoriting Ba'ad al Hob  2009  Iraq 

Music behind DJ:
Ensemble al-Tchâlghî Al-Baghdâdî 

Muqaddimat Khanabât   Favoriting

Chants de Baghdad 

1996 

Iraq 
Ahmed Fakroun  Soleil Soleil   Favoriting Love Words  1983  Libya 
Mashytek Ghizilani  Salam Qadri   Favoriting Unknown    Libya 
Abdu El-Hanid  Keyf Ansak   Favoriting Arabian Delight! Music from Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco  1991  Libya 

Music behind DJ:
Abdu El-Hanid 

Rak el Seyoff   Favoriting

Arabian Delight! Music from Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco 

1991 

Libya 
Various North Korean Artists  Pride of the Nation   Favoriting Radio Pyongyang: Commie Funk and Agit Pop from the Hermit Kingdom  2005  North Korea 

Music behind DJ:
Korean People's Army 

I Know Only You   Favoriting

Beautiful Music of North Korea 

 

North Korea 
Asalah Nasri  Khalleek Hena   Favoriting A Night at the Opera    Syria 
Faiza Ahmed  Hammal el Asseya   Favoriting Faiza Ahmed  1992  Syria 

Music behind DJ:
Syrian Instrumental Trio 

Hujaz Tahila   Favoriting

78 rpm disc 

 

Syria 
Mhuri Yekwa Makonese  Shanje   Favoriting Mbira Singles Collection    Zimbabwe 
Talking Drum  Moyo Wangu Uri Kuchema   Favoriting Red Sun  1989  Zimbabwe 
The Green Arrows  Hurungwe   Favoriting 4 Track Recording Session  2007  Zimbabwe 
Amelia  Number One   Favoriting single    Zimbabwe 
Divided Kingdom Republic  Revolutionary Psalms   Favoriting Rhythm & Prose    Zimbabwe 
Phrench Vanilla  Lyrical Murder   Favoriting Zimbabwe Hip Hop  2007  Zimbabwe / USA 
OUTRO: Catrina  Hei La Bodega   Favoriting Hei La Bodega - Carnaval!  2000   


Listener comments!

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ndbob:

evening Gary and everyone!
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Gary:

Hey there, NoDa Bob!
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Gary:

A track from the sublime Sublime Frequencies album I Remember Syria is playing right now before we get going ...
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glenn:

wait.. how can you have a theme AND an intro? i think you're double dipping.
  6:59pm
Jill B.:

Hey Gary! Back to enjoy an evening of music with you!!!
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ndbob:

Heya Glenn and Jill!
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Gary:

We've gone rogue, Glenn ... double-dipping for everyone!
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glenn:

indibob!
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Gary:

Hi Mom!
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northguineahills:

The North Korean Army download you put on your blog, was surreally nice.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:03pm
Uncle Michael:

¡Bodiggit!
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Holly in NC:

Hi Gary, Jill, ndbob, & Glenn! And northguinea hills!

Y'all need to add North Carolina to your axis of evil :-( At least there's lots of great music to choose from!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:04pm
Gary:

Michael! NGH! Holly!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:05pm
Gary:

Send me some thrilling NC music someday, Holly !
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davex:

Good evening - interesting theme tonight...
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northguineahills:

Let's see, Belarus: Azarenka, Lukashenko, Minsk. (that's 40% of all I know about Belarus.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:06pm
Gary:

Hey Dave! And, NGH, I think we've got all that covered tonight, if I'm not mistaken
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:08pm
Gary:

What's for dinner, everyone?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:10pm
Gary:

Here's an article about that first song we heard: www.dailydot.com...
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ndbob:

Indian tomato curry - not homemade - nothing ever is here
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ndbob:

wow Gary - quite set of lyrics as well:)
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carol:

just got in from a 4 hour drive from portland!
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davex:

It was pasta with a nice veggie-tomato sauce. Simple enough for kids to eat, but delicious.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:14pm
Gary:

You're 4 hours from Portland, Carol? Somehow I pictured you much closer than that!
  7:14pm
Jill B.:

Nothing very special for dinner tonight....leftover spaghetti made with fresh tomatoes, basil, lots of garlic and onions, great quality ground beef (of course!) a generous splash of olive oil and hearty red wine! We're adding some fresh mushrooms that have been sauteed in olive oil and some olives.
Avatar 7:14pm
northguineahills:

I made yakisoba earlier w/ scallions, jalapenos, and egg. (and my secret sauce).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:15pm
Gary:

Jalapeno yakisoba, mmmm :)
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davex:

"My PR manager is Karl Marx", funny.
  7:15pm
Jill B.:

Gary, send your pot pie recipe, please. The cookbook is not available at our local library, and I have way too many cookbooks to make purchasing the book worthwhile!
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Uncle Michael:

leftover sloppy joes...and I couldn't be happier...unless we weren't out of dill chips
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carol:

nope - central oregon coast
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Holly in NC:

Still full from lunch from my kickass local butcher shop : Garlic Ramen w. Pork Jowl, Soft Cooked Egg, Maitake Mushrooms, Garlic Chips and Black Garlic Oil. I'll be paying for eating the noodles later, but so worth it!

Dinner will likely be eggs or sardines or clam chowder.
  7:16pm
Jill B.:

NGH your yakisoba sounds wonderful!
  7:17pm
Jill B.:

Carol, where are you on the Oregon coast.......I'm in Corvallis!
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glenn:

spaghetti and plain tomato sauce. if she-who-must-be-obeyed ever gets home.
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Uncle Michael:

I've been making jars of sesame sauce for soba.
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northguineahills:

I use agave, curry, fish sauce, cumin, soy sauce, hon tsuyu, corriander, and smoked dried chilies for my sauce.
Avatar 7:19pm
carol:

@ jill b - scottsburg. it's near coos bay. i grew up in portland but have been down here for a few years. @ gary - im prob gonna get booed but im having KFC for dinner
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northguineahills:

Thanks Gary & Jill!
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northguineahills:

I'm best at Mexi-East Asian fusion cuisine.
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northguineahills:

I need to do that, UM.
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Holly in NC:

Hi Carol! No boo, people who boo other folks' food choices suck.
If I were currently closer to our local Church's chicken emporium I would be sorely tempted.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:23pm
Gary:

Just scrolling up to read y'all's dinners now ... jeez, Holly, that sounds insane-great!
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Uncle Michael:

I can boil a couple bundles of soba and they last a few days in the fridge...I just cut up some fresh cuke, scallions...carrots...whatever...toss it with the sauce for a quick cold snack. It all started when I found sesame paste that wasn't tahini.
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Uncle Michael:

Are these the Minions?
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northguineahills:

For years, the only chicken emporium w/in walking distance was Crown Fried Chicken (ghetto KFC, and greasier). Luckily, a restaurant/bar just open up around the block that does non-greasy fried chicken and awesome biscuits. Best I've had since I've left the homeland.
  7:25pm
Jill B.:

For the Punk is too funny!
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Gary:

LOL ... I have no idea who these krazy rap kidz are, UM
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Holly in NC:

@Gary - It was. Also purchased beef tallow. Since I'm already overcarbed I'm thinking about making real french fries - as in 1970s McD's style, before they switched to nasty veg oils.
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Gary:

I totally stumbled onto that song, Mom, doing a search for "Burma" + "punk"
  7:29pm
Jill B.:

Hey Everyone......let's all give a huge shout out to Rattana for keeping Gary company and making him happy!!!
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glenn:

yay rattana! woot!
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carol:

@ holly - i totally agree!! i would never do it either!
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Uncle Michael:

A prog rocker
will not dangle
safety pins in
the golden triangle
Burma-Punk
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glenn:

i'm making chicken and waffles for the first time on saturday. i'm askeered. actually, i don't have a waffle iron, so they'll be frozen, but i'm doing everything else.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:33pm
Gary:

I remember Mad Magazine parodies of Burma shave signs
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:33pm
davex:

Burma/Myanmar has actually relaxed its policies quite a bit recently, and this singer (Mar Mar Aye) has been able to return from exile.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:33pm
Gary:

How did they come up with the name Burma Shave, anyway?
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carol:

@northguineahills - im totally familiar with Crown Fried Chicken. i lived in both Brooklyn and Queens and there was one somewhere near where i got off the subway. and yes - super greasy -(er than KFC)
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Gary:

Yes, Dave -- I saw a video of her performing while she was there ... I think last year?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:34pm
Uncle Michael:

Burma-Shave was introduced in 1925 by the Burma-Vita company owned by Clinton Odell. The company's original product was a liniment made of ingredients described as having come "from the Malay Peninsula and Burma."[1] Demand was sparse, and the company sought to expand sales by introducing a product with wider appeal.
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glenn:

Burma-Shave was introduced in 1925 by the Burma-Vita company owned by Clinton Odell. The company's original product was a liniment made of ingredients described as having come "from the Malay Peninsula and Burma."[1] Demand was sparse, and the company sought to expand sales by introducing a product with wider appeal.
  7:36pm
Jill B.:

Burma-Shave was introduced in 1925 by the Burma-Vita company owned by Clinton Odell. The company's original product was a liniment made of ingredients described as having come "from the Malay Peninsula and Burma."
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glenn:

i'd like to credit wikipedia for that.
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Gary:

Jinxes! Cokes owed all around
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glenn:

haha.
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davex:

You all owe each other a coke.
  7:36pm
Jill B.:

Same here, Glenn!
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northguineahills:

I want to do fried chicken, but A: My gf is a veggie. B: I'm not allowed to deep fry w/o her supervision (I'm a very messy chef, but at least the final product kicks ass!)
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glenn:

if you have a wok, you can deep fry.
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Uncle Michael:

I'm DJ cool...but I dunno if I'm Trader Joe's DJ cool.
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northguineahills:

I need a new wok. The crappy Ikea one I have rusted quickly. I mainly use it now for dumplings.
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Uncle Michael:

I don't have one because I don't have a burner hot enough for a wok. I have a Joyce Chen pseudo-wok.
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northguineahills:

(believe me, I make a mess boiling water for my mate. chaos follows me everywhere, but good results follow w/in its wake.)
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northguineahills:

(I have a bamboo steamer thingy for my dumplings)
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glenn:

the best woks are the cheap carbon steel ones that you can buy for 10$ in chinatown.
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glenn:

at least, they're 10$ in toronto's chinatown. they're probably 3$ in n.y.c. chinatown.
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Gary:

Oh, it looks like dinner is being prepped here now ... I think we're having chili of some kind ...
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Gary:

To me this sounds almost Brazilian ...
  7:53pm
Jill B.:

Wouldn't it be great if we (US) opened up travel to Cuba. I love their music. The Buena Vista Club is one of my favorite groups!! They are close, but.........
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Holly in NC:

Ooh! Here'a a picture of my lunch! And it really did look like this!
instagram.com...
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Gary:

I know someone who is a filmmaker/film academic who goes to Cuba, or used to, fairly regularly
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glenn:

i can go to cuba. gloat gloat.
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Gary:

Holy crap, Holly! That looks amazing
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ndbob:

Indeed Gary
  7:57pm
Jill B.:

Wow Holly, that looks great! Gary, do you mean Michael Moore????
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ndbob:

Excellent first hour Gary! Catch the rest on the archive
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Gary:

No, no, Mom -- just someone who teaches film and I think was maybe writing about Cuban film
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Gary:

Have a great night, Bob!
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glenn:

that embargo hasn't done much. it's been in effect 50 years, and cuba's still there.
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carol:

oh wow holly i just saw your lunch! damn!
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northguineahills:

Later pals! I need to hit the grocer. I might be back before 10. Adios!
  8:02pm
Jill B.:

Glenn, yes, isn't that the most ridiculous thing! How could such a small country truly be a threat to the big old US of A? I have never gotten that.......Cuban misile crisis my foot!
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davex:

The trema (or umlaut) makes it Chan-goo-ee instead of Chan-gee.
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davex:

And now the wiki-explanation: Changüí is a style of Cuban music which originated in the early 19th century in the eastern region of Guantánamo Province, specifically Baracoa. It arose in the sugar cane refineries and in the rural communities populated by slaves. Changui combines the structure and elements of Spain's canción and the Spanish guitar with African rhythms and percussion instruments of Bantu origin. Changui is considered a predecessor of son montuno (the ancestor of modern salsa), which has enjoyed tremendous popularity in Cuba throughout the 20th century.
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Mike East:

there's some really loud cuban music competing with my computer speakers coming from the studio next to my office.
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Gary:

Aha, thank you Dave!
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Gary:

Howdy, Mike!
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Mike East:

Hola, Gary!
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glenn:

when i saw zucchero last week, he did a rockin' verdsion of guantanamera. in italian.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:12pm
Gary:

Hey Mom, if you're reading this, I think you can see a documentary on this woman via Netflix ...
  8:13pm
Jill B.:

I will check that out Gary. She has a great voice!
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Gary:

I wrote about these guys in 2012 after seeing them live for the first time at Brooklyn Bowl: opencitymag.com...
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Holly in NC:

Iranians all kicking butt :-)
  8:15pm
Jill B.:

From Netflix...where I just aded Googoosh to my queue: Once Iran's most famous pop singer, Googoosh was forbidden to perform or record music as a result of the 1979 Islamic Revolution. Filmmaker Farhad Zamani tells her story in this documentary and examines how the revolution transformed Iranian culture.
  8:16pm
Jill B.:

From Netflix...where I just aded Googoosh to my queue: Once Iran's most famous pop singer, Googoosh was forbidden to perform or record music as a result of the 1979 Islamic Revolution. Filmmaker Farhad Zamani tells her story in this documentary and examines how the revolution transformed Iranian culture.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:16pm
Gary:

Yes! That's the film. It's a little weird, in that there are a number of filmic "triple takes" that sort of begin to drive you crazy, but otherwise it's great
  8:17pm
Jill B.:

OOOOps...sorry for the double post! My bad!
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Gary:

Mohsen wins Best Hair Award for the evening: www.mohsennamjoo.com...
  8:25pm
Jill B.:

Gary, there are numerous women that would kill for hair like his........me included!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:28pm
davex:

Khastegari: en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:31pm
Gary:

Aha! Mystery solved by Dave, again!
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davex:

Yep, I should make a career of this. Or maybe I already do as a translator.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:33pm
Gary:

Next track's from my all-time favorite label ...
  8:35pm
Jill B.:

Hal really liked Ya Yuma Weya Baba!
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davex:

Actually, I have no idea how translators used to work without search engines and wikis. They must have spent days in libraries and frustration.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:36pm
Gary:

Yay! Happy Birthday to Hal, by the way. My stepfather, who just turned 80 this month
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:37pm
davex:

Happy birthday, Hal, from the other side of the world.
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Gary:

And this next guy is probably my favorite living male singer
  8:37pm
Doug Schulkind:

Hey Gary! Been away from my computer for hours. Had to borrow an iPhone to hear you. So far: Rougelicious!
  8:38pm
Jill B.:

Yep, and we celebrated with the best cioppino feed ever, complete with 10 fresh live crabs caught by dear nephew, Isao, in the San Francisco Bay!
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Gary:

Doug!
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Holly in NC:

@Jill B. - Wow! That must have been amazing! And happy birthday, Hal :-)
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Gary:

I'll trade you recipes, Mom -- chicken pot pie for cioppino
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Gary:

I see I've misspelled Kazem's name ... will fix after the break
  8:41pm
Jill B.:

Gary, you're on! Actually it is Beth's recipe! If you make it don't forget to make some of your wonderful bread to sop up all the goodness!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:44pm
Mike East:

been thinking about making cioppino for a while now. I think maybe its time.
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davex:

Man, now I have to look up cioppino.
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Mike East:

I can offer a great chicken paprikash recipe in exchange for cioppino tips.
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Holly in NC:

All over cioppino AND chicken paprikash tips...
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Uncle Michael:

Lots of wine, Mike.
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Ike:

Hello! I made it here again this week! Sounds good.
  8:47pm
Jill B.:

Gary, cioppino recipe has been sent along with a photo of your's truly slicing up a loaf of your bread!
  8:50pm
Jill B.:

Holly, have Gary forward the cippiono recipe to you! It's actually from a Sunset magazine sometime in the '60s. Mike, a full bottle of good white wine does the trick!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:51pm
Gary:

Hi Ike!
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Holly in NC:

Gary. listen to your Mom! ;-)
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Gary:

Will do after the show!
  8:53pm
Doug Schulkind:

This track is deeply wonderful.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:55pm
Mike East:

@Jill B - thanks! that's a good tip...will have to make sure to get two bottles, then. cooking makes me thirsty :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:56pm
Gary:

@Doug, if you don't have it: kefir80s.blogspot.com...
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Mike East:

@Holly - use thighs; season with salt pepper paprika (and I use turmeric, too, cuz why the hell not). brown the chicken, remove from pot, add butter a whole bunch of sliced onions, and some garlic if you want, season, saute until translucent, add the chicken back in, add stock, simmer for about an hour. remove the chicken, thicken the gravy with corn starch if necessary and whisk in sour creme to taste. serve over egg noodles. delicious.
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Doug Schulkind:

@Gary
Unbelievably (believably), I have it! Buried in the vinyl nether reaches. Can't say I ever cued up that beauty, though. Thanks for (re)acquainting me!
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Holly in NC:

@Mike - Thank you! All over the turmeric, esp fresh - I've been grating it into everything, it's very carroty, very different than dried. Garlic definite.
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carol:

i didnt! thanks gary!
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Gary:

Damn, I should have known you'd not only have it, but have a physical copy :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:05pm
Gary:

Check your email, Holly!
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Mike East:

oh man, never had fresh! I gotta find that. I was just thinking this morning how happy I am that things like thyme and bay leaves are much easier to find fresh than they used to be. BTW- add thyme and bay leaves to the paprikash...I forgot that.
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Holly in NC:

Must get in car & go home, cats (and leaky roof buckets) are waiting, have a great rest of show. And thank you, Gary!!! xo

@Mike - thyme, bay leaves, check. A neighbor got a bay leaf wreath for Christmas & let all of us come over and pick leaves, flavor difference is astonishing.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:08pm
Mike East:

So much better than dried, for sure. later, Holly
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:11pm
Gary:

Have a great night, Holly!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:13pm
davex:

Ever bombastic...
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Uncle Michael:

She's singing "please don't feed me to the dogs."
  9:15pm
Jill B.:

Good night Holly. Happy cooking!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:16pm
Gary:

LOL
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:18pm
Gary:

Only a minute left to go of this ... can't take much more
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davex:

So I guess no punk recordings from North Korea?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:18pm
Gary:

I didn't even try to Google it, Dave :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:22pm
davex:

Just wondering: Couldn't you go over the three-hour slot, assuming that you wanted to?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:23pm
Gary:

@Dave ... maximumrocknroll.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:24pm
Gary:

@Dave, I suppose I could, but at a certain point the archive recording would be cut off, I think?
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Uncle Michael:

@davex; We can go over if no one follows us but it's not preserved for the archive....at 8 minutes after.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:26pm
davex:

@Gary: That is funny - reminds me of this: dangerousminds.net...

@UM: Thanks, that explains it. I suppose that would be a shame for later listeners.
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Gary:

I do have a couple of very dear friends who are only able to listen to the archives, yeah
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Uncle Michael:

I usually exploit that eight minutes pretty hard. I've had to rush the last mic break a few times.
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Gary:

@Dave ... LOL, great article -- thanks for that!
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Doug Schulkind:

@Gary
Uncle Michael is exactly right. The archive recording machine cuts off at 8 minutes after the hour. You could OF COURSE go an extra hour or two OFF THE GRID. I don't think any of your assembled droolers would complain.
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davex:

@Gary: Yeah, people were debating that hoax for a while, but it was actually quite far-fetched for any number of reasons.
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Gary:

@Doug, my other boss would, though, when I wandered in to work hours late with dark circles under my eyes
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Uncle Michael:

I have wondered if that "East German Olympic" music is connected with the "Soviet Space Program" music.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:34pm
Uncle Michael:

Wait...that's "East German" too!

www.discogs.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:36pm
Uncle Michael:

(some people believe both albums are rather brilliant hoaxes)
  9:39pm
Jill B.:

I LOVE this one!
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Gary:

One of my all-time favorite poets was a hoax (link to come)
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Gary:

www.ernmalley.com
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davex:

That East German link is not a hoax, but more of a compilation of GDR science fiction film music and the like, it would seem.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:42pm
davex:

@UM: I mean the one you posted at 9:34.
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northguineahills:

back!
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Gary:

NGH! Just in time for Zimbabwe
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davex:

@Gary: The portrait is convincing, though!
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LATE FOR DINNER:

Hey hey baby.
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Mike East:

we've been on quite a journey this evening
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Gary:

There's a book about the Ern Malley hoax, which is one of the greatest books I've ever read ... The Ern Malley Affair, I think it was called
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:46pm
Gary:

Simon! There's a bit of chili left, if you're hungry ...
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northguineahills:

No MDC-ZANU reconciliation songs?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:46pm
Uncle Michael:

In any case...it's a good listen, Dave.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:47pm
davex:

Thanks, I'll look for it!
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Gary:

I was going to play Divided Kingdom Republic, but then decided on the next two rappers instead ...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:48pm
pacific standard simon:

I hope you didn't leave it sitting out all this time -- I want to be chili'n, not ill'n.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:49pm
Gary:

It was made DURING THIS BROADCAST believe it or not, so dig in!
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Uncle Michael:

Hi Simon
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Gary:

I read somewhere that this girl -- 16 years old when she rapped this -- died soon after. Haven't done more detective work to make sure, or find out what happened ...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:52pm
Gary:

Oh what the hell, here's Divided Kingdom Republic
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:52pm
Doug Schulkind:

Notice to Our Dear Listeners:
WFMU is not liable if overnight you happen to be grabbed by the CIA for some black-site interrogations. We deny EVERYTHING.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:52pm
pacific standard simon:

Hey there, Michael. Once again, I'll have to leave for work during your show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:54pm
Uncle Michael:

We specialize in enhanced interrogation techniques.
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Uncle Michael:

I'll only play crappy stuff after you leave.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:55pm
pacific standard simon:

Got a Thursday off to hang out with my bad apple adopted punk, Matt, but I hear chickened out and is leaving a stuffed scarecrow in his place this week.
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northguineahills:

Didn't Dead Prez sample Divided Kingdom?
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Gary:

I dunno, NGH ... find the song! I'd love to hear it ...
  9:56pm
Jill B.:

Doug Schi;lomd......yep, that's one of my greatest fears...being snatched in the dead of night for expressing my opinion on line.
  9:57pm
!.!:

THANK U GARI SILLIVAN U R GR8 N YOU SHOW IS GR8 TOO, !!!
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Doug Schulkind:

@Jill B
That's right. You just tell the CIA that Doug Schi;lomd sent you. Perfect.
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northguineahills:

I have a Dead Prez mixtape CD from 2004 that I swear has that sample. I could be wrong.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:58pm
Gary:

Thanks !.! !
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:59pm
Uncle Michael:

Thanks for the show, Gary.
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northguineahills:

Awesome shit, Gary! Thanks!
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davex:

Great work tonight, Gary! Thanks!
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carol:

thanks again gary! fab show!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:01pm
Doug Schulkind:

GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO PROGRAMMING ALERT...
Matt Fiveash is off tomorrow, but the great Ted Barron will be filling in for him. Ted will be live on the stream tomorrow afternoon, 2-4pm (ET).
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pacific standard simon:

I'm sure the show was kick ass tonight, be checking up on you later, Gary.
  10:01pm
Jill B.:

Doug......sorry I messed up the spelling of your last name....my bad!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:02pm
Mike East:

great show, Gary.
  10:03pm
Jill B.:

Good night my dear Gary!
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Doug Schulkind:

I've been spelled worse, Jill.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:03pm
Gary:

Thanks, everyone! See you all later!
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