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Sounds ripped from cassettes & CDs found in immigrant-run mom & pop stores. Deconstructed icons. Field recordings. Sonic mayhem from the far corners of the internet.

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Favoriting August 20, 2014: Palestine
Ataba, dal'ona, grunge and rap; sahja, mejana, folk and trap: This is al-musiqa al-filastaniyya.

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Artist Track Album Year Approx. start time
INTRO: K. Wylin  Welcome to the Bodega   Favoriting The Bodega  2010   
THEME: Nellie McKay  ¡Bodega!   Favoriting Home Sweet Mobile Home  2010   
Unknown Palestinian Artists  Yama Moweil el Hawa   Favoriting     0:04:13 (Pop-up)
Sana Moussa  Tallat El Baroudeh   Favoriting Ishraq    0:07:48 (Pop-up)
We7 (Wlad el 7ara, “Sons of the Hood”)  Soou ' o'ukath   Favoriting Sout el Samt    0:11:57 (Pop-up)
Nai Barghouti  Yumma Mweil Al-Hawa (Oh Mama, the Breeze Bends)   Favoriting     0:15:24 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Sabreen Group 

Dance of the Resistance Inst.   Favoriting

Death of the Prophet 

 

0:18:31 (Pop-up)
Asala Yousef  Mawal Belyla Wad3k   Favoriting Ajml Almwawel    0:24:24 (Pop-up)
Kazz al Oman  Cheta   Favoriting Athar al Ghorab    0:28:43 (Pop-up)
Shadia Mansour  El Kofeyye Arabeyye   Favoriting     0:31:49 (Pop-up)
DAM  Mama, I Fell in Love with a Jew   Favoriting Dabke on the Moon  2012  0:36:14 (Pop-up)
Sabreena da Witch  Beit (Home)   Favoriting A Woman under the Influence    0:39:40 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Samir Joubran 

Khiyanat Mariha   Favoriting

Tamaas 

2003 

0:43:01 (Pop-up)
Samir Joubran  Taqsim   Favoriting Sou' Fahm (Misunderstanding)    0:48:00 (Pop-up)
Sabreen Group  Khayyal Al-Mzaghirtat   Favoriting Death of the Prophet    0:52:26 (Pop-up)
Kazamada (Tamer Ab, vocal)  Yehsal Eh   Favoriting     0:56:24 (Pop-up)
Kamilya Jubran  Mira'at Al Hijarah   Favoriting Palestine in My Heart    0:59:22 (Pop-up)
Mahmoud Darwish + Trio Joubran  On This Earth   Favoriting In the Shade of the Words    1:04:19 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Stormtrap 

Lamma tshawweb Palestine   Favoriting

 

 

1:08:21 (Pop-up)
Firmin Muguruza  Yalla Yalla Ramallah   Favoriting Checkpoint Rock  2009  1:13:19 (Pop-up)
Cedar Zaitoun  Ya Khofi   Favoriting     1:17:45 (Pop-up)
Shafeq Kabaha  Jafra   Favoriting     1:21:26 (Pop-up)
Terez Sliman  Sawt al Jaras   Favoriting     1:27:31 (Pop-up)
Khalas  Shokran   Favoriting Ma Adesh Feeha  2007  1:32:56 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Khalas 

Enta Omri   Favoriting

Ma Adesh Feeha 

 

1:36:55 (Pop-up)
Unknown Palestinian Artists  Track 16   Favoriting Wedding Music    1:41:46 (Pop-up)
Mhareb Deeb  Track 4   Favoriting Mghtaribeen (Expatriates)    1:44:15 (Pop-up)
Shadi Zaqtan  Gaza   Favoriting Ghanna' ala al Hagiz    1:52:34 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Shadi Zaqtan 

Kartushka   Favoriting

An Balad 

 

1:56:08 (Pop-up)
Amal Ka'awash  Wade3 Tare2   Favoriting     2:01:33 (Pop-up)
George and Salem  Father Does Not   Favoriting Haile    2:03:08 (Pop-up)
Mais Shalash  Gaza el Badaea   Favoriting Beautiful Songs    2:07:41 (Pop-up)
Mustafa al Kurd  This Country   Favoriting Al Makam    2:12:07 (Pop-up)
Huda Asfour  Lastou Shay'aa   Favoriting Mars (Back and Forth)    2:20:02 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Unknown Palestinian Artists 

Track 14   Favoriting

Wedding Music 

 

2:27:20 (Pop-up)
Unknown Palestinian Artists  Track 15   Favoriting Wedding Music    2:28:40 (Pop-up)
Milad As-Soudy  Risala ila Mona Lisa   Favoriting Musiqa Soudwa'yya    2:31:05 (Pop-up)
Ranin  Habibi Me   Favoriting Sweetheart of My Heart  2005  2:33:33 (Pop-up)
MWR  Orobetna Bkhatar (Arabs in Danger)   Favoriting Because I'm an Arab  2013  2:37:06 (Pop-up)
Safaa Arapiyat  Paka, Paka   Favoriting Checkpoint Rock  2009  2:40:22 (Pop-up)
Abna2 Al G'adab, Sameh "SAZ" Zakout, Abeer Alzinati  Born Here   Favoriting Slingshot Hip Hop  2008  2:43:13 (Pop-up)
Next Team  Actually Not   Favoriting We Worked  2013  2:46:32 (Pop-up)
Mahmoud Jreri + Shadia Mansour  I Want Peace   Favoriting Slingshot Hip Hop  2008  2:49:53 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
OUTRO: Catrina 

Hei La   Favoriting

Hei La Bodega - Carnaval! 

2000 

2:53:44 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

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ndbob:

evening Gary and everyone!
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Gary:

Howdy, Bob!
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listener james from westwood:

Hey hey, ndbob, Gary, and all!
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ndbob:

Heya James!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:01pm
Gary:

Heya, James!
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Holly in NC:

Can't listen in real time - but heya Gary, ndbob, ljfw and all friends who've decided to be fashionably late tonight :-)

BTW Gary, very glad you're featuring Palestinian artists this fine evening.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:09pm
Gary:

Hi Holly!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- evening ! - starting off beautifully...
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Gary:

RevRab!
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hyde:

hi all, I'm fashionably late
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:11pm
Gary:

Hyde!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:11pm
Gary:

Alas, I think I would get in trouble if I were late, fashionably so or not :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:16pm
Gary:

I think the girl singing the version of this song (which I played a different version of to open the set) was 16 at the time of this recording
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- & alas; cannot think of Palestine w/out thinking of Eno's recent insightful - but very grim (note) letter - brought to our attention on Trouble's latest 'ModernWorld' show :
www.independent.co.uk...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:20pm
Doug Schulkind:

Gary Sullivan, now more than ever!
Avatar 7:21pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- 16 ?! : holy crow that was gorgeous...
Avatar 7:22pm
hyde:

was that her playing flute on that tune too? I see pics of her with a flute out there. Also: 8tracks.com...
Avatar 7:23pm
hyde:

that's the lazyproductions link, fwiw
Avatar 7:23pm
ndbob:

i found the one sided support for Palestine here upsetting - of course I understand it in this music - which is great to listen to _ agree with many things Eno says - but some things he says are deplorable
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:26pm
Doug Schulkind:

Asala Yousef, courtesy of the Bodega Popmaestro: bodegapop.blogspot.com...
Avatar 7:27pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Both sides have been accused by level-headed outlets of war crimes in the recent conflict. I find it hard to dismiss Eno's point about how asymmetrical it all is - but this is perhaps the World's most intractable conflict? Respect.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:27pm
Gary:

Howdy, Doug! Thanks for that link!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:28pm
Doug Schulkind:

You're thanking ME?!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...nor is 'America's' position really entirely one-sided: I think most of us support a two-state solution...
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ndbob:

I sure support a two state solution
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:32pm
Doug Schulkind:

North and South Dakota, Bob? It'll never work.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:32pm
Gary:

LOL
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ndbob:

@Doug North Dakota is more buffalo-centric so maybe it will:)
Avatar 7:33pm
glenn:

north dakota = southern alberta.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:33pm
Gary:

Glenn! I wish my sis was here tonight to weigh in on the ND/SD controversy
Avatar 7:34pm
ndbob:

I was thinking that Gary
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:35pm
Gary:

Given how far north she lives, I think she's sucking in all the sun she can before the winter hits
Avatar 7:36pm
glenn:

also, if y'all like a good mystery novel, and set in north dakota to boot, i wholeheartedly endorse jamie harrison's blue deer series. she's jim harrison's daughter, and a great writer in her own right.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:37pm
Gary:

I used to love Jim Harrison -- haven't read him in a while. Would love to check out his daughter's work
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ndbob:

Sounds great Glenn!
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glenn:

dalva is my fave jim h. book, i think, although i haven't read them all.
Avatar 7:39pm
ndbob:

@Gary one thing that alleviates the depth of winter is Jamestown is that it's at the Western end of the time zone, so that the sun never set before 445 - even though it didn't rise until 830
Avatar 7:41pm
hyde:

@glenn huh, I never knew that. Thanks for the rec, though I'm almost at the end of my summer mystery/crime novel reading for the season...
Avatar 7:42pm
ndbob:

I've been reading lots of classic mysteries from the 30s and 40s
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glenn:

in todays' heart warming news, meet turbo roo. www.thestar.com...
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hyde:

@ndbob. any good ones in particular? I haven't gone that far back this go-round, though I did read The Blonde on the Street Corner by David Goodis from the 50's. The best one I read this summer was The Ax by Donald Westlake, which was flat out brilliant.
Avatar 7:50pm
glenn:

oh, don't get me started on donald e.. the man was a genius.
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glenn:

also, try anything in the hard case crime imprimatur.
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glenn:

oh, and brad smith. he's canadian, but sets a few books in upstate new york.
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ndbob:

I have read several David Goodis novels.... as far s noir fiction goes I've read a couple by Dorothy B Hughes, who wrote Ina Lonely Place - most of the rest have been more standard mysteries - Marjery Allingham, John Dickinson Carr, etc.
Avatar 7:52pm
northguineahills:

Wow. I actually have an album that Gary has played. (Samir Joubran)
Avatar 7:53pm
ndbob:

@Glenn Didn't Hard case just issue a Sam Fuller novel?
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Gary:

NGH! It's a terrific album, yes?
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hyde:

@Glenn yeah, I've read a whole slew of those Hard Case Crime books, will make a note of Brad Smith...

@ndb love Dorothy B. Hughes. I think I've only read one Carr book many many many years ago...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:55pm
Gary:

Hey Glenn & Bob, what is the name of that unpublished Charles Willeford manuscript that was going around for a while in the 80s? A friend who worked at Green Apple Books in SF gave me a copy in the late 80s. Was it ever published? I don't have my copy anymore, alas
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glenn:

i vaguely remember hearing of it, but have no idea what it was called.
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ndbob:

hmm - not sure Gary - and Hyde - the Carr books are decent - although he was American he lived in the UK and his books have the feel of British mysteries
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northguineahills:

'tis is is, Gary. There used to be a Palestinian chicken/hummus place on Graham Ave in Williamsburg, and the proprietor was also an oud musician, and had a lot of CDs by the front counter. That's where I found it.
Avatar 7:57pm
glenn:

brainquake by sam fuller. badassdigest.com...
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hyde:

@Gary I dunno, but Willeford is great--both the earlier novels and the later Florida ones. I really wish someone would re-publish the western he wrote (The Hombre from Sonora) which sounds amazing but costs a dang fortune.
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ndbob:

that's what i was thinkng of glenn
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Gary:

Glenn, I just saw that book today and almost bought it (but got Amanda Petrusich's book on 78 collectors and Gina Arnold's on Exile in Guyville instead
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Gary:

Damn, NGH, I bet that place is long gone.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I have more affinity for Noir - which is like Mystery - but unlike in not really being about Plot
...This Music really makes it for me Gary !! ; I hate to be the fuddy - but Traditional stuff (any week) often resonates more for me - but not exclusively or anything (you mix it up of course)...
Avatar 8:00pm
ndbob:

@Gary Amanda's book is great!
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hyde:

@Gary oh! let us know how the record collector book is. I almost tossed for that the other day.
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ndbob:

particularly enjoyed the Joe Bussard chapter - having spent a day in Joe's basemenr
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:01pm
Gary:

Grimhaven!!!!!!
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glenn:

i can't remember the last time i bought a book. one of the perks of having my g.f. work for penguin / random house.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:03pm
Jeff Golick:

How-do! A rare live Wednesday night listening experience for me!
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Gary:

Well, howdy, neighbor to the south Jeff!
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hyde:

hey everyone, it's Jeff Golick!
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Jeff Golick:

Also: BOOKS! Love Westlake and have been dying to read The Ax. Also The Hook, @hyde. The Parker titles are mean and wonderful.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:06pm
Gary:

Speaking of books, this man was one of Palestine's greatest writers of all time
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ndbob:

excellent show Gary!- I need to go - catch the rest on the archive - going to lave the chat window open though
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Gary:

Have a great night, Bob!
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glenn:

start with kahawa, if you haven't read it. westlake's best, i think.
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hyde:

@JG The Ax was really great. I also read The Score this summer, which was only OK for a Parker novel but still fine. The Dortmunder books are really good too, esp. The Hot Rock
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- Peace ndbob.
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Jeff Golick:

Just read a crime novel by Frank Lentricchia, THE DOG KILLER OF UTICA. Melville House had a big sale recently, and they have a mystery line. Sort of Lawrence Block meets William Kennedy. + Italians.
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northguineahills:

@Gary: yep, it's now a seafood place
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Jeff Golick:

Y'all may already know this link, but Ethan Iverson (pianist of the Bad Plus) ran down all of Westlake's books here: dothemath.typepad.com...
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hyde:

man, now I sure feel like starting the Ross Macdonald book I have sitting here
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Jeff Golick:

Derek Raymond! That's what I was *hoping* to find at the Melville House sale, but it was pretty picked over by the time I got there (fortunately?). Among my fave series book cover designs, for one thing...
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glenn:

also ROSS THOMAS. that is all.
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ndbob:

I subscribe to Oyster - which has a great back catalog lots of classic noirs and mysteries
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Gary:

Melville House sale? Hey, Jeff, you know the Brooklyn Book Fair is coming up, yeah? They'll definitely be there -- they're there every year
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hyde:

@JG thanks! I had never seen that. I also never knew that a) he wrote a western/caper/ comedy with Brian Garfield of Death Wish fame and b) that he, Garfield, Joe Gores and Lawrence block had a running poker game. That must have been some table.

@Glenn I love The Seersucker Whipsaw and The Cold War Swap
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:23pm
Gary:

I had to google "subscribe to oyster," Bob, but now I see what it is ...
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ndbob:

@Gary It's great - so many great books
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Jeff Golick:

@Gary: yeah, the BK Book Fair is right up my alley, and right in my backyard, and yet I've never been! It's actually my business -- I publish audiobooks -- so I should probably give it a go, though busman's holiday etc etc.

This is lovely, btw.
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Gary:

Me + my GF will definitely be there this year, Jeff. Sayin'.
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Jeff Golick:

off-topic: there appear to be many Sir Richard Bishop albums for (legit?) free d/l here: deliradio.com... -- ?
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Jeff Golick:

@Gary: would be great to make that work -- and there's also Queens!
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hyde:

@JG whoa. thanks for that RB link!
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Gary:

Queens is King!
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Jeff Golick:

Yeah, cuz audiobooks NEVER have pronunciation mistakes in them...
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Jeff Golick:

@hyde: can only vouch for Salvador Kali, but digging in more...!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:46pm
Gary:

Ha ha. I found this insanely great vocal/rababa album in Bay Ridge many, many years ago. I am a criminal for not having posted it to Bodega Pop yet.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:47pm
Jeff Golick:

BLEARGH: buzzer rings > think it's one of my kids > down two flights > it's FRACKKIN' NYPIRG > blah blah blah > back up two flights, poorer and missing the show!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:55pm
Gary:

These are totally the Don't Fear the Reaper chord changes
Avatar 8:56pm
hyde:

Romeo and Juliet
Are together in eternity...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:08pm
Gary:

This is yet another Bay Ridge score
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Ike:

Hello hello hello! Late as usual, but here here here.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:39pm
Gary:

Ike!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:47pm
Gary:

Most brilliant sample of Edith Piaf?
Avatar 9:54pm
hyde:

well, I wandered away there for a bit trying to catch up on my Lucky Peach backlog (I'm still back in the Street Food issue, for god's sake). The Palestinian stuff was a nice backdrop. Thanks!
  9:56pm
Doug Schulkind:

A 3-hour "like."
  9:58pm
Doug Schulkind:

Jeff #2 is Jed Jackson.
  9:59pm
Doug Schulkind:

Um, make that Jeff Jackson.
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northguineahills:

oh shit, it's 10! Thanks Gary!
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Gary:

Street Food issue, I gotta get that!
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Gary:

Nighty night Doug, Hyde, NGH, Ike, and everyone else!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:02pm
Jeff Golick:

(Jed would make things a little easier.)
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