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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.
October 3, 2018: Popol Vuh
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|Popol Vuh||OM Mani Padme Hum 1||For You and Me||Milan Records||1991||For You and Me is the seventeenth album by Popol Vuh. The origin of Popol Vuh is a document of ancient Mayan mythology and culture (now Guatemala). Written in K’iche’ (a Mayan language) mid 16th Century, it chronicles the creation of humankind.|
|Malawi Mouse Boys||Kulira Kwambewa (The Crying of the Mouse)||Forever is 4 U||Omnivore Records||2016||Ridgewood Radio Theme https://lovesupportunite.org|
Music behind DJ:
Ridgewood Noise Library
A buzzy bed created from the Nascita track off the Popol Vuh album Revisited & Remixed 1970-1999.
|Popol Vuh||Affenstunde||Affenstunde||Liberty Records||1970||Affenstunde (Hour of the Monkey) is the first album by German band Popol Vuh. It is a notable early example of the Moog synthesizer being used for the production and composition of popular music. Florian Fricke – Moog synthesizer; Holger Trülzsch – percussion; Frank Fiedler – Synthesizer mixdown; Bettina Fricke – tablas.|
|Popol Vuh||Train Through Time||Affenstunde||SPV||2014||A bonus track on the Affenstunde re-release.|
|Popol Vuh||Hosianna Mantra||Hosianna Mantra||Pilz||1972||Hosianna Mantra is the third album by Popol Vuh.|
|Popol Vuh||Einsjäger und Siebenjäger||Einsjäger und Siebenjäger||SPV||2004||The fifth album by Popol Vuh. It was originally released in 1974 on Kosmische Musik. The album's title is a German translation of the names of two characters in the Popol Vuh legend, Hun-Hunahpu and Vucub-Hunahpu (One-Hunter and Seven-Hunter).|
|Popol Vuh||Aguirre I||Aguirre||PDU||1975||Aguirre is the seventh album by Popol Vuh. It contains music used in the soundtrack to Werner Herzog's film Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972).|
|Peter Kruder||Aguirre I/II (Lacrima Di Rei Edit)||Popol Vuh: Revisited & Remixed 1970-1999||SPV||2011||A Peter Kruder (Kruder & Dorfmeister) remix, part of a project by the son of Popol Vuh founder Florian Fricke, Johannes Fricke, to remaster the entire 19 album collection and commission artists influenced by the work.|
|Alex Barck||Haram Dei Raram Dei Haram Dei Ra||Popol Vuh: Revisited & Remixed 1970-1999||SPV||2011||Alex Barck (Jazzanova) remix. Original track 1976 on album Letzte Tage - Letzte Nächte, United Artists.|
|Popol Vuh||They danced, they laughed, as of old||Agape – Agape / Love – Love||Uniton||1983||From the fourteenth album by Popol Vuh.|
|Popol Vuh||Nachts: Schnee||Cobra Verde||Milan Records||1987||From the soundtrack to Cobra Verde (featuring Klaus Kinski), the final collaboration between Popol Vuh & director Werner Herzog. This is the sixteenth album by Popol Vuh.|
|Mika Vainio||Nachts (Schnee) Remix||Popol Vuh: Revisited & Remixed 1970-1999||SPV||2011||A highly regarded remix by Mika Vainio (Pansonic) of the Cobra Verde soundtrack piece.|
|Popol Vuh||Wanderer am Himmel||Popol Vuh/Florian Fricke||Bell Records||1991||Recorded 1979, but released later as part of this compilation disk.|
|Popol Vuh||Am Tor||Popol Vuh/Florian Fricke||Bell Records||1991||At this point, if you are trying to keep track as we move into these anthems, the 1991 personnel is Florian Fricke / piano, vocals; Daniel Fichelscher / guitars, percussion, drums; Djon Yun / vocals; Al Gromer Khan / sitar; Bob Eliscu / oboe; Ted de Jong / percussion.|
|Popol Vuh||For You and Me||For You and Me||Milan Records||1991||For You and Me is the seventeenth album by Popol Vuh.|
|Popol Vuh||Strofa 1||Messa di Orfeo||Spalax Music||1999||Florian Fricke died in Munich in 2001, at the age of 57. His son Johannes Fricke provided much of the music in this program. Thanks to Johannes.|