Options Vocal Fry with Dan Bodah: Playlist from September 25, 2017 Options

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Music with vocals weird & wonderful -- beatboxing, yodels, auction chants, Tuvan throatsinging, & eerie polyphonies.

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Options September 25, 2017: 100: Wolves howling at the house all night

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Dorzé singers  Song of a Halak'a Festival   Options V/A: Ethiopia: Polyphony of the Dorze  Le Chant du Monde  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Abdul Karim Khan  Malkauns   Options V/A: Strings of Pearls  Canary  0:04:20 (Pop‑up)
Martin Lau  Lautpoesie/Soundmapping of the Mouth/Improv - VI.   Options Numen  Atemwerft  0:09:49 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
The Necks 

Silverwater   Options


ReR Megacorp 

0:17:51 (Pop‑up)
Toshi Tsuchutori  Natural Voice with Harmonium and Wind   Options Breath    0:27:34 (Pop‑up)
Ari musicians  Alla Geyscha   Options V/A: Ethiopie: Polyphonies Ari  Ocora  0:43:12 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
The Necks 

Silverwater   Options


ReR Megacorp 

0:47:09 (Pop‑up)
Overtone Choir Spektrum  Villarosa Sarialdi (excerpt)   Options None  None  0:58:49 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 7:04pm Froggie:

Good evening Dan!
Avatar 7:07pm Dan Bodah:

@Froggie, good evening!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:11pm Rich in Washington:

I googled Martin Lau and came up with a financial sector executive.
Wouldn't that be something?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:12pm Michael 98145:

At least Martin would be doing something creative.
  7:13pm jessicafallible:

These are just the sounds you make after a long day of finance work...
Avatar 7:13pm Dan Bodah:

@Rich, that's great. I found a race car driver and a tree groomer. Look here: atemwerft.bandcamp.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:14pm Uncle Michael:

Dan, have you gone completely mad?
Avatar 7:14pm Dan Bodah:

@jessicafallible, reminds me of Incapacitants, who both work in banking...www.youtube.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:15pm melinda:

@UM haha
Avatar 7:15pm Dan Bodah:

@Michael, um. OF COURSE.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:16pm Uncle Michael:

I *like* it!
Avatar 7:17pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

I'm trying to get some intricate editing work done. This Martin Lau probably isn't the ideal background music, but hey...
  7:18pm Ike:

Sounds like you let Gollum have WAY too much coffee again!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:20pm Uncle Michael:

This Lau needs to be mashed up with some Barry White.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:21pm chris:

hey, Dan and all. listening and enjoying muchly.
  7:30pm Mike tp:

nice to hear of another important character if never known!! Shoobie Taylor
  7:31pm Mike tp:

baba lou
Avatar 7:34pm Dan Bodah:

Here's the link for Shooby's releases: cosmicspy.bandcamp.com... Tune in 10/16 to hear Irwin here on the show talking about how they came about.
Avatar 7:38pm Dan Bodah:

"Not everyone seems as enamored of ... Coltrane’s later performances in general. Geoff Dyer, writing at the New York Review of Books site, describes the music as 'shrieking, screaming, and wildness.' He loves Coltrane—the works of the classic quartet, featuring Elvin Jones and McCoy Tyner. But Dyer calls late Coltrane 'catastrophic'; and Dyer is an honorable fan. He tells the story of Coltrane’s musical transformations around 1965, and, demeaning the recording of 'Offering,' cites approvingly Jones’s view of them:

Well, the sleeve notes by Ashley Kahn are extremely informative, but I would question the assumption that there is something 'spiritual' about this last phase of Trane’s musical journey. If it’s there I can’t hear it. What I do hear is the momentum of what he’d done before—and a situation he’d helped to create—carrying him towards a terminus, a brick wall, a dead-end or, in the cosmic scheme of things, some kind of interstellar void. Or, to bring things back down to earth with Elvin’s reasons for quitting, 'a lot of noise.'"
From www.newyorker.com...
Avatar 👄 Swag For Life Member 7:47pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Ari Musicians sound like they're having a good time.
  7:54pm cat:

right before coltrane passed away, his free jazz sax skill was able to surpass the transcendence of a yoik
Avatar 7:56pm david_:

fantastic tunes as usual
Avatar 7:58pm Froggie:

Ahh, beautiful!
  7:59pm cat:

i used to live in a newark warehouse and yoik it up every single night so i know that shoobys a legend
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