Favoriting Ridgewood Radio with David Weinstein: Playlist from June 15, 2016 Favoriting

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Ridgewood Radio features concert recordings by adventurous bands and experimental musicians and restored archival tapes from private and institutional collections captured at venues large and small across the five boroughs of New York. It is produced by David Weinstein and Outpost Artists Resources operating out of the Ridgewood section of Queens, NY, where you'll find more yellow bricks than on the road to Oz and the cemetery of your choice is never more than a few blocks from home.

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Favoriting June 15, 2016: New Synth Smell

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Suzanne Ciani on a Buchla device circa 1971

Artist Track Album Year Comments

Music behind DJ:
assorted african 




Beds, Interstitial music: pre-show opener and bed 1: song: Manotolo Trombo, artist: Monja, album: Marovany Solo theme: song: Kulira Kwambewa, artist: Malawi Mouse Boys, album: Forever is 4 You, label: Omnivore Recordings, 2016 bed 2: song: Dumbumayimayi, artist: LAnga Traditional Singers, Album: Lockshini Songs from the township of Langa,2000, label: Colophon bed3: song: Arabe Vita GodrĂ´, artist: Feo-Gasy, album: Ramano, Madagascar, 2000. label: Daqui bed 4: Manotolo Trombo, artist: Monja, album: Marovany Solo bed5: song: Raha tsy ao aminoa ny fanahy, artist: Senge, album: Fatedra, 2003, label: Cobalt Meoldie 
Dewanatron (Brian and Leon Dewan)  Live at MoMA PS1   Favoriting PS1 Warm Up series 2007 produced by D.Weinstein    Brian and Leon Dewan, handmade electronic instruments known as Dewanatron 
Dafna Naphtali/Chuck Bettis  Live Set Produced by D.Watson   Favoriting Live set curated/produced by D.Watson  2016  Live set recorded 12/16/2016 from the Lock It Down series at the Sump/Poppers Locarno Dafna Naphtali,voice,electronics, Chuck Bettis, electronics, throat 
George Cremaschi & Matthew Ostrowski  Live at The Sump   Favoriting Recorded 3/15/2016 as part of David Watson's Lock It Down series    Cremaschi contrabass and feedback, Ostrowski custom software ad electronics 

Music behind DJ:
Hans Tammen/Miguel Frasconi 

Live Set Produced by D.Watson and D.Linton   Favoriting

Live set curated/produced by D.Watson and D. Linton 


live set recorded 12/23/2015 from the Lock it Down Series at the Sump Poppers Locarno Hans Tammen and Miguel Frasconi, Buchla modular electronsic music systems 

Listener comments!

David W:

Hello Ruth!
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Hi Mr. Weinsttein
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listener james from westwood:

How do, Ridgewood!

Hi Ridgewood!
David W:

Greets from the streets!
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Weinstein & ruth:

Greetings ike!
David W:

The Dewans are serious musicians but not without humor. They describe the instruments as "hazards" but also "ideal for home, church, school. or the laboratory."
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listener james from westwood:

Looking at the Dewanatron website. Such beautiful instruments.
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Isn't the PS1 Warm-Up series mostly dancier stuff, or am I mistaken? I wonder if this audience was bored with these lovely but relatively quiet and modest sounds.
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Doug Schulkind:

@Weinstein & ruth
Your playlist isn't Live! If you don't make it live, the artist/song info won't be fed to iTunes, the WFMU app and homepage!
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Webhamster Henry:

Thanks for playing a little Dewanatron ! Brian is the other experimental autoharpist here in the Hudson Valley.
David W:

Sorry Doug. Fixed it.
David W:

We have an experimental autoharpist here at Outpost!
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weinstein & ruth:

Hamster so you're an experimental autoharpist too? Do tell.
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It's the first time I listen to this show, certainly not the last. Though I'm not often home at this hour
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Doug Schulkind:

I think "experimental autoharpist" is my new favorie two-word phrase in the English language.

Greetings, fred!
David W:

News Flash: It seems to be confirmed that Ruth and I will do an all African hour (or two) on June 28 at 6 filling in for Doug!
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listener james from westwood:

I like the sound of that upcoming hour, David!
David W:

Yeah me too. Ruth's amazing music collection is going to make her a (reluctant) radio star.
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Webhamster Henry:

Diggin' the ring modulators
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Webhamster Henry:

Hey Mr. W: Check out this web page for the 1995 internet autoharp:
The autoharp tuning page:
and PolyHarp, my upcoming extended autoharp app:
David W:

A harp on your tablet! I love it!
David W:

I had no idea this had advanced so far. And I am always interested in tuning schemes. Goes back to my Harry Partch infatuation from early 70s!
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Great show! I'll try to tune in often, and hopefully see some of these people live
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listener james from westwood:

Thanks a bunch, folks!! Enjoyed the don't-call-them-synths show!
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Webhamster Henry:

It's only advanced for me! There are other Autoharp and chord-orient apps out there, but I wouldn't say a lot of them want to simulate strumming damped strings or purposefully making them out of tune. Or in tune, but in some whacked out system. See ya next week! Great show!

oh gee thans for the autoharp resources...
Benton C Bainbridge:

love this radiocast! Naphtali/Bettis set is full of bleepy goodness
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