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

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Options May 2, 2016: All khoomei special

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Artist Track Album Label Images Approx. start time
Oorjak Hunashtaar-ool  Bayan-kol   Options V/A: Melodii Tuvi: Throat Songs & Folk Tunes from Tuva  Dust-to-Digital 
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0:00:00 ()
Tarbagan   Lullaby-opei Yry   Options Taigam  Booxbox Inc.  
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0:04:52 ()
Ay-Kherel  Morgel (Prayer)   Options The Music of Tuva: Throat Singing & Instruments from Central Asia  ARC Music  
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0:07:52 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Shu-De 
Igil Solo   Options Kongurei  New Tone (Italy) 
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0:10:27 ()
Altai-Hangai  Naariits Biilye (Let's Dance!)   Options Naariits Biilye (Let's Dance!): Mongolian Khuuryn Tatlaga  PAN Records (Netherlands) 
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0:16:11 ()
Huun-Huur-Tu  Dyngyldai   Options Where Young Grass Grows  Shanachie 
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0:18:19 ()
Egschiglen  Huurhun Haliun   Options Gereg  Heaven & Earth (Germany)  
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0:22:10 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Shu-De 
Igil Solo   Options Kongurei  New Tone (Italy) 
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0:27:17 ()
Hanggai  Vagabond (Yuan Zou De Ren)   Options Hanggai  China Records  
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0:33:48 ()
Altai Khairkhan  Bogd dunjingarav magtaal   Options Whistle in the Wind: Mongolian Overtone Singing  Noord Azië Instituut Tengri/Window to Europe (Netherlands) 
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0:37:33 ()
Yat-Kha  Her Eyes are a Blue Million Miles (Captain Beefheart cover)   Options Re-Covers  Yat-Kha 
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0:41:46 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Shu-De 
Igil Solo   Options Kongurei  New Tone (Italy) 
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0:45:59 ()
Alash  Sygyt in the stuyle of Maxim Dakpai (feat. Ayan ool Sam)   Options Buura  Alash 
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0:48:44 ()
Ondar  Kargyraa Rap   Options Back Tuva Future: The Adventure Continues  Warner Nashville 
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0:52:01 ()
Värttinä  Mieleni Alenevi (feat. Albert Kuvezin & Aldyn-ool Sevek)   Options Vihma  Wicklow 
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0:54:24 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Shu-De 
Igil Solo   Options Kongurei  New Tone (Italy) 
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0:58:18 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 5/2/16 7:01pm Marcel M:

Evening, Dan.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 5/2/16 7:02pm common:

good eve
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 5/2/16 7:04pm Carmichael:

Great start, Dan!
Avatar Mon. 5/2/16 7:06pm Dan Bodah:

Greetings all. Wow that Hunashtaar-ool sygyt was searing!
  Mon. 5/2/16 7:08pm miketp:

The super sounds of soosunny
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 5/2/16 7:24pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Has occurred to me listening to Rob Weisberg's 'Transpacific Sound Paradise' Saturdays here 6-9 P.M.
- that a lot of the true 'Folk' music of the world conveys both gravitas & a deep soul seriousness & determination
- w/ a collective celebration.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 5/2/16 7:25pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

(i.e. - these guys are both heavies & communicate fun.)
  Mon. 5/2/16 7:26pm bodahcar:

Hi Dan, been looking forward to this today!
     Mon. 5/2/16 7:29pm Listener Robert:

Dan, did you say tonight's show was going to "hone in on" a certain style? I 1st hears that phrase 20-25 yrs. ago by Howard Stern, and have yet to figure out whether it's correct. At 1st I took it as conflating "home in" with "horn in", because of the context. But then people said that in honing a blade, you could approach a certain desired edge by degrees, thus "honing in" on it.
Avatar Mon. 5/2/16 7:36pm Dan Bodah:

@Robert: www.merriam-webster.com...

TL;DR: It's correct, but often taken as incorrect and thus better to avoid in formal contexts.
  Mon. 5/2/16 7:45pm adam_nspy:

This is great
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 5/2/16 7:45pm chris:

once again, Yat-Kha, FTW! love these dudes
Avatar Mon. 5/2/16 7:45pm Dan Bodah:

@RevRabb - yeah, that makes sense, though I wouldn't necessarily generalize to *all* world musicians. Rob definitely bends in that direction when choosing what to play on TSP (one of my favorite WFMU programs). Some of these groups are definitely more "serious" or "heavy" that others. I'm not touching it much tonight, but there's a whole subgenre of Mongolian nationalist stuff that seems deadly serious about bringing back the glory of Genghis Khan.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 5/2/16 7:49pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& the Tribal traditional collective thing is key to it. It struck me about some Klezmer actually - it's about heavy stuff - but so celebratory too...It moves me.
     Mon. 5/2/16 7:52pm Listener Robert:

Wow, I'd no idea there was such a discussion of home/hone there, though I might've expected one at alt.usage,english . Thanks.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 5/2/16 7:54pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Nationalism is another thing - reminds me of Barbara Ehrenreich's two books 'Dancing In the Streets' about Collective Joy - & 'Blood Rites' about Collective Violence...
Aim on home - hone your focus - & they happen to be but a phoneme apart...
Avatar    Mon. 5/2/16 7:55pm tomasz.:

hey Dan. love this stuff
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 5/2/16 7:56pm Rick from SC:

great finish to the show. I love this group
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 5/2/16 7:58pm maestroso:

My goodness, I was just thinking about Varttina, whom I saw at Summerstage some years ago with The Chieftains and Yat-Kha.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 5/2/16 7:59pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Really enjoyed the Tuvan music tonight. You can do another hour of it any time.
  Mon. 5/2/16 7:59pm bodahcar:

Thanks Dan, great job as usual!
Avatar    Mon. 5/2/16 8:00pm slugluv1313:

thank YOU, Dan, for a wonderful show!
Avatar    Mon. 5/2/16 8:04pm slugluv1313:

ODNAR is awesome! saw him years ago, as part of the "Ghengis Blues" release tour -- @ the French Alliance, i think???
Avatar    Mon. 5/2/16 8:05pm slugluv1313:

oops, typo, make that ONDAR!
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