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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Approx. start time
          baby drummers for Milford Graves, via YouTube  0:00:00 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Milford Graves  Nothing 13   Options Percussion Ensemble with Sunny Morgan  ESP-Disk'  1965  Milford Graves, 1941-2021. https://milfordgraves.bandcamp.com/album/percussion-ensemble  0:02:31 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Greg Fox  Dance Performance   Options Mitral Transmission  Data Garden  2014  https://gregfox.bandcamp.com/album/mitral-transmission  0:06:53 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Matmos  Circle of Shivers   Options The Consuming Flame: Open Exercises in Group Form  Thrill Jockey  2020  https://matmos.bandcamp.com/album/the-consuming-flame-open-exercises-in-group-form  0:21:40 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
JD Emmanuel  Sunrise On A Tibetan Hillside   Options Echoes From Ancient Caves  Sun Ark  1981/2021  https://sunarkrecords.bandcamp.com/album/echoes-from-ancient-caves  0:24:57 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Van Dyke Parks  Souvenir de la Havan   Options Reflective: A Dublab Covers Compilation  Dublab  2015  https://dublab.bandcamp.com/album/reflective-a-dublab-covers-compilation  0:29:56 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Tom Zé  Silêncio de Nós Dois   Options Raridades  Warner Music Brazil  1971/2020    0:32:16 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
The Premiers  When You Are In Love   Options When You Are In Love 7"  Fortune  1957  feat. Alice McLeod/Coltrane on keys  0:35:23 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Lester Young And His Orchestra  A Foggy Day   Options A Foggy Day  Clef  1953  happy Presidents Day!  0:38:28 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Jiving Juniors  Sweet As An Angel   Options If I Had A Pair Of Wings: Jamaican Doo Wop, Vol. 3  Death Is Not the End  1960/2020  https://deathisnot.bandcamp.com/album/if-i-had-a-pair-of-wings-jamaican-doo-wop-vol-3  0:41:17 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
 
The Supremes  All I Want   Options Produced and Arranged by Jimmy Webb  Motown  1972  Mary Wilson, 1944-2021.  0:53:02 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Matt Sweeney & Bonnie "Prince" Billy  Hall of Death   Options Superwolves  Drag City  2021  https://mattsweeneybonnieprincebilly.bandcamp.com/album/superwolves  0:56:27 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Steven  Room Full of Mirrors   Options Steven Does Hendrix  (no label)  198?  https://archive.org/details/04-steven-who-knows  1:00:01 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
L-Seven  No One   Options L-Seven  Third Man  1980?/2020    1:03:46 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Akiko Yano  Rose Garden   Options Tadaima  Japan Record  1981    1:06:48 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
David Byrne  Puzzlin' Evidence   Options True Stories demos  (no label)  1986    1:10:28 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Dougie Poole  Toshiba Sky   Options Toshiba Sky  Looking Glass  2020  https://dougiepoole.bandcamp.com/track/toshiba-sky  1:15:05 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Rose City Band  Lonely Places   Options Earth Trip  Thrill Jockey  2021  https://rosecityband.bandcamp.com/album/earth-trip  1:18:08 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
The Moving Pictures  Loved Ones   Options Fake Books  K  2021  https://mov-pix.bandcamp.com/album/fake-books  1:21:55 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Wet Tuna  Walk On   Options Eau'd To A Fake Bookie Vol. 3  (no label)  2020  https://wettuna.bandcamp.com/album/eaud-to-a-fake-bookie-volume-3  1:26:09 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Mark and Suzann Farmer  I'll Remind You (Who You Are)   Options We've Been There  Numero Group  1978/2021  https://fromthestacks.bandcamp.com/album/we-ve-been-there  1:41:57 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
 
Dida & Ssaliva  Cave Puzzle   Options BRICOL  Van Dank  2021  https://vandank.bandcamp.com/album/dida-ssaliva-bricol  1:52:21 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Gil Trythall  Harper Valley P.T.A.   Options Country Moog (Switched on Nashville)  Athena  1972    1:53:46 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Toiret Status  #70   Options surf000  Surf  2020  https://surf.bandcamp.com/album/surf000-2  1:56:29 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Fuuka ASMR  Silky 9   Options Hyperpop 2 (Part 2)  HRR  2021  https://hrrecordings.bandcamp.com/album/hyperpop-2-part-2  1:59:11 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Simon Chioini  Réservoir III   Options Climat Avenir  Anòmia  2021  https://anomia-prod.bandcamp.com/album/climat-avenir  2:01:41 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Tomoko Kina  Ink   Options Heisei No Oto - Japanese Left-field Pop From The CD Age (1989-1996)  Music From Memory  199?/2021    2:06:50 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Kendra Amalie  Haunted My House   Options 2008-2014  (no label)  2021  https://soundcloud.com/kendraplex/sets/2008-2014a  2:12:22 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Collin Walcott/John Abercrombie/Dave Holland  Night Glider   Options 19 January 1976 Village Gate, NYC  (no label)  1976    2:16:45 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Ralph Towner & Gary Burton  Goodbye Pork Pie Hat (Theme For Lester Young)   Options Match Book  ECM  1975  happy Presidents Day, continued!  2:25:54 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Ronnie Wood & Bob Dylan  King of Kings   Options Not For Beginners  Steamhammer  2001    2:30:11 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
 
Circle  Quartet Piece no. 2   Options Circulus  Blue Note  1970/1978  Chick Corea, 1941-2021.  2:42:27 (MP3 | Pop‑up)


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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:00pm Aitch:

Frowdy doody.
Avatar 9:03pm chresti:

How de frows!
  9:04pm Carmichael:

Frow now, brown cow?
Avatar 9:04pm TDK60:

How-do DJ Jesse, skeleton Scott, and the Showed-up.
Avatar 9:05pm chresti:

All showered and showed.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:05pm PaulRobeson1920:

Present and hello at this late hour
Avatar 9:07pm slugluv1313:

good evening, Jesse and Skeletons and Frowsters!
hope everyone is staying warm and safe, it is crazy cold ICE-Y out there!
Rest in MAGNIFICENCE, Milford Graves
  9:07pm vlad the inhaler:

Frownnichiwa!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:10pm Jesse Jarnow:

callooh callay, radio friends.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:10pm Ken From Hyde Park:

I say, is this the right bus to Frow Town?
  9:11pm bob dublon:

i was a drummer with the band Plasticland..milford graves ...what a loss 😣
  9:12pm J Gilla:

Hello from a volcano
  9:13pm yen:

so satisfying
  9:18pm mazudog:

Greg Fox is such an ethereal being
Avatar 9:19pm ifny:

I fall in love on FMU every five minutes.
Avatar 9:24pm TDK60:

That G. Fox sounded like a koto, or the Chinese instrument ___? maybe..
  9:26pm Kpx:

🎼Frow frow frow your boat gently down the show, Merrily merrily merrily, life is but a frow show♪.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:26pm PaulRobeson1920:

“No day comes back again:
One inch of time is worth
A foot of jade.”
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:28pm Richy4619:

s/o to my friends at the ICA Philadelphia who pulled off what appeared to be a beautiful exhibition of Milford Graves life & work just before he passed away
Avatar 9:29pm chresti:

Ha Kpx!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:29pm Mr. Pumpy:

Hello, Jesse and everyone! Long live Milford Graves...in music & memory!
Avatar 9:30pm slugluv1313:

Sunrise On A Tibetan Hillside -- SO BEAUTIFUL!!!
Avatar 9:32pm ifny:

Just when I thought it couldn't get any more poignant. I'm wrapping this show around my shoulders like a giant love slug.
  9:33pm Kpx:

Yo Chresti: \\//are you still brushing them up with crest?
Avatar 9:35pm chresti:

\\//heh, colgate actually.
  9:35pm Kpx:

If it isn't there Groove man himself TDK 60.[oo]
  9:37pm Kpx:

Dang! 'THE' Groove man himself.
Avatar 9:41pm slugluv1313:

heya Mr. Pumpy! hope all is well with you!
heat FINALLY got fixed & came back on this afternoon . . . then power went out about two hours ago, hah! (just came back on a little while ago)
and yeah, Milford Graves -- a true creator
(& wracking my brain, trying to figure out if i have somehow crossed paths with him at some point??? not just the music, but the martial arts, herbalism, paintings, etc.)
  9:41pm mazudog:

if I were president, I would give every single FMU DJ and volunteer a Medal of Freedom
Avatar 9:43pm TDK60:

Hi there, kpx. Rumor round town is that it is indeed in the groove, man.
  9:43pm Kpx:

Get back on the bus Ken, we don't want no high and mighty folk from Hyde Park Here in Frow town. Just kidding of course, it's my first time here. I think I might be lost, when's the next bus to funky Town?
  9:44pm P-90:

Greetings Jesse and Frow Crowd. Thanks for the excellent Presidents Day tweet about The Prez himself.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:48pm Nardo:

I'm snapping my fingers like a beatnik in approval of that first setlist since chat doesn't support video.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:48pm mariano:

Hey JJ, Crew, friends! Lurking and working. Just found this fascinating article on Kim Novak. I didn't even know she was still alive. Look at her artwok though, they're definitely not Dubya's paintings of dogs: www.theguardian.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:49pm PaulRobeson1920:

Good night. Happy Presidents day! Good Free’K lore on wake today! The Pidge sends warm greetings!!

Baby, whoooze your favorite president
“...we shall do our part to build a world of peace...Confident and unafraid, we go on...”
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:51pm mariano:

'Night, PaulRobeson.
Avatar 9:51pm ifny:

For anyone in New Orleans on a nice weather Sunday afternoon, Congo Square is the place to be if you want a chance at seeing babies jamming on the drums.
Avatar 9:51pm ifny:

At least that's what happened to me.
Avatar 9:53pm ifny:

Happy Family Day and Louis Riel Day as well everyone :) en.wikipedia.org...
  9:54pm Kpx:

@paulRobeson: Right on Man, Right On!
Avatar 9:56pm briania:

This is good post-Diana Supremes. RIP MW.
Avatar 9:58pm slugluv1313:

good night, PaulRobeson1920!
  9:59pm Kpx:

I'll check that site out Mariano, but I better not see a couple of dogs and a man in a row boat, where one dog's going one way, and another dog is going the other way. And the guys sitting there looking like what do you want from me.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:05pm mariano:

ifny: I'm in New Orleans, but this week at least my ass is staying in, brrrr ;) In the 18th and 19th centuries, Congo Square was a place where free and enslaved people of color were allowed to play their traditional music and socialize on Sundays, so it's seen as the cradle of NOLA music, and by extension much of American music. i.pinimg.com...

Kpx: With the guy who looks like somebody we know?
  10:11pm headcleaner:

of course that 'vaxnyc.nyc.gov' site has to repeatedly crash when I try to load it
  10:11pm headcleaner:

er. 'vax4nyc'
  10:12pm headcleaner:

it's some dumbass certificate issue
Avatar 10:13pm mb:

Hey Jesse and regulars.

Milford finally ran out of beats. A life well lived and I'm grateful to have been in the same room as him a few times and and felt his energy. Respect DJ and Rest in Beats MG.
Avatar 10:14pm slugluv1313:

@mariano -- WOW had no idea that Kim Novak is this incredible painter! really digging her art -- and her ATTITUDE! amazing lady :) -- thank you!
and geez you still have no heat??? freaking ICE STORMS here -- but thankfully heat finally came back on this afternoon
Avatar 10:14pm ifny:

@mariano Yes indeed, it is a special place with an important history. The Sundays are put on by the Congo Square Preservation Society www.congosquarepreservationsociety.org... The day I was there there was a Santeria ceremony, a drum circle with babies and adults, and a story/banjo tribute to Buddy Bolden <3 Then the banjo player and I played costume-no costume.
Avatar 10:15pm slugluv1313:

@kpx -- HAHAHAHAHAHAHA one dog goes this way, the other dog goes that way :)
Avatar 10:19pm ifny:

I remember one of the kids fell asleep drumming while we all just carried on. So special. I got there a bit late -- had just come from hours in searching multiple cemeteries for Buddy Bolden's grave. Not complaining, the search was held meaning and beauty in and of itself. And found him eventually. Now it's much easier to find as people have put up a big individual tombstone right at the cemetery entrance.
Avatar 10:24pm tak:

was listening in bed, had to get up again. great set
  10:26pm MONEYBAG$:

With a band name like this you would expect a Rush tribute
Avatar 10:27pm ifny:

I want a poster saying 'Wet Tuna opening for Captain Beefheart'
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:27pm mariano:

slugluv: Still? I've never had heat in my apartment, it's an old place. Central air/heat is pretty standard here, but not in my old building. My hood has barely left my head, and I've been under my comforter with a space heater 80% of the time.

ifny: Sounds like quite the adventure! It's a great city for that type of quest. There's a Bolden biopic that came out last year, it's really interesting: www.youtube.com... And apparently available for free on Tubi: tubitv.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:29pm Aitch:

Sweaty bum-cracks in Sydney, steamy.
Avatar 10:31pm chresti:

Sydney is having the opposite of a polar vortex, sounds like.
  10:33pm Kpx:

Okay I'm back, definitely no dogs or white hair old man there Mariano. There was a lot to read so I gave it a quick run through. Wow, who knew any of that about kim Novak. 88 and still going strong. She had a lot of trials and tribulations growing up. And you were right about her paintings.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:33pm Aitch:

Feb always steam month here, summer with a dash of monsoon
Avatar 10:33pm slugluv1313:

@mariano -- yeah, heat fixed & came back on this afternoon -- but power went out for about 2 hours, around 7:30pm -- what fun!
and yow! no heat at all, not even radiators? or was it just assumed that New Orleans would never get that cold?
Avatar 10:36pm ifny:

@mariano Thank you!!!! I hadn't heard about the biopic. You are right about quests. It was a really hard town to leave, I miss it a lot. I hope everyone down there is making it through okay. I haven't listened to WWOZ lately but I will check in there soon.
Avatar 10:38pm TDK60:

Reminds a bit of that Gratitude Mortuary style.
  10:39pm Kpx:

This wet tuna is sounding a bit grateful deadish.
  10:39pm PortsmouthJay:

Jorma!!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:40pm jj.:

wet tuna's drummer is more emotionally/rhythmically stable than the dead's rhythm section, though.
Avatar 10:41pm briania:

Took me a while to hear this Wet Tuna as a Neil cover.
Avatar 10:42pm slugluv1313:

@ifny, @mariano -- Congo Square looks/sounds AMAZING! one can still find drum/similar gatherings in NYC area -- Marcus Garvey Park, Central Park, some of the smaller parks -- but not as plentiful as years ago . . . on the other hand, the recently *fancy* Grove Street area in Jersey City has these festivals in the Summer (well, during "normal" Summers!) -- and i was SO HAPPY to see Segunda Quimbamba performing there a couple of years ago, and thrilled to learn that they are still thriving in JC :)
Avatar 10:42pm tak:

wet wet tuna
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:43pm mariano:

slugluv: It occasionally gets this cold here, but rarely for this long. It even snows from time to time. North Louisiana got a nice blanket. A friend sent me a pic from Monroe. Glad your power and heat are back, it's a good bit colder up by you. Right now it's 28 (-2C), high tomorrow of 40, but a high of 60 on Wednesday. Then Highs in the high 40s again. Kind of glad it's this cold though since Carnival/Mardi Gras was canceled.

ifny: Yeah, everyone's hanging in there like everyone else. We haven't had any anti-mask drama or anything like that, thankfully.
Avatar 10:50pm ifny:

@mariano I'm glad. NOLA carries precious cargo.
  10:52pm admiral crisp:

Wake listener here. Love your show! I should be sleeping but you’re playing too good of music to turn it my off
Avatar 10:53pm ifny:

@sluglu Drum circles are fun. There are some great par;
/ beachfront drum circles on the West Coast too, but I wouldn't call Congo Square Sundays a drum circle example. They're in a class of its own, and not a free-join jam per se, unless you are invited to play. It feels more like an invocation and invitation to the ancestors, and the future.
Avatar 10:53pm TDK60:

Thanks Jesse, skeleton, all. Off to the fields of sleep.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:54pm mariano:

ifny: Thanks, yeah, quite a legacy to preserve. People here are really invested in the preservation though, thankfully.

'Night, TDK60.
Avatar 10:54pm chresti:

'Night, TDK60.
Avatar 10:54pm tak:

YE WOOO! MY TUNE
Avatar 10:55pm ifny:

@mariano thanks for bringing some personally profound memories back to top of mind for me.
Avatar 10:55pm ifny:

@Jesse and company: Enjoyed the show and chatorama immensely, thank you so much!
  10:55pm Kpx:

I have a pressing question, what do you set your iron on when pressing a polyester cotton blend. And should I use steam.
Avatar 10:56pm chresti:

I think it's low iron for polyester.
  10:57pm PortsmouthJay:

Enjoyed this show immensely
Avatar 10:57pm ifny:

You can put a teatowel on top if you are worried. Steam is fine.
Avatar 10:58pm ifny:

@chresti we may have been had, but just in case hey? :P
Avatar 10:58pm slugluv1313:

@mariano -- YIKES! it is actually "warmer" here, a whopping 34º -- yeah i hope it does not stay that cold for too long! saw news clips earlier of Texas, Tennessee -- both got hit pretty hard too
and i WISH i could remember this, but when my family lived in Atlanta (1960 to 1962/3 i think? my younger sister was born there in '62) there was a HUGE snowstorm, my Mom told me that the city really did not know what to do, they had to get snow plows sent down from NYC, etc. . . . i have old photos, though, of our German Shepherd leaping and frolicking in all that snow!
Avatar 11:00pm anomalee:

i once was caught in a blizzard when i was a teenager down in Vienna VA. my late uncle and i must have shoveled over 4 feet of snow. i am Forty Six now. these soundscapes are opening my brain receptors.
Avatar 11:02pm chresti:

What PortsmouthJay said. Thank you Jesse and crew.
Ha ifny, I can't remember the last time I ironed anything-probably an iron-on.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:03pm mariano:

At your soivice, ifny ;)

slugluv: Yeah, it's supposed to be the worst winter in generations not just here but for the whole country.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:03pm jj.:

thanks @PortsmouthJay & @chresti. i'm pretty iron deficient & perpetually ruffled, sorry!
Avatar 11:04pm ifny:

@chresti Me either haha. I guess it's like riding a bike. Or an iron horse.
Avatar 11:04pm anomalee:

this track is definitely something Thom Yorke would consider remixing.
Avatar 11:04pm ifny:

@jj Not to mention that you're on a roll!
  11:05pm Kpx:

@ifny/Chresti: thanks, I'll remember that if I actually ever get an iron and an ironing board.
Avatar 11:07pm ifny:

My motto is, if they don't love me wrinkled, they probably didn't love me much in the first place.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:08pm Ken From Hyde Park:

I bought an iron a few years ago and to my recollection, the only time I've ever used it was to apply patches to some pants.
Avatar 11:08pm ifny:

But then I wear play clothes most of the time. I do make a stink about lint, but then that's because most of my wardrobe is black and the world refuses to follow suit.
Avatar 11:10pm ifny:

I also tend to cut collars off if they refuse to sit evenly au natural.
Avatar 11:10pm slugluv1313:

@ifny -- true! yes there are drum circles all over the place -- the gatherings i am remembering are in public, but not just anyone can jump in
Avatar 11:10pm ifny:

This Tomoko Kina piece is luxurious.
Avatar 11:11pm ifny:

Ah gotcha. I'll keep my sticks to myself :)
Avatar 11:12pm slugluv1313:

holy crap just hearing that the power outage in Hoboken was due to some explosion further uptown -- ???
and Johnny Pacheco is gone :(
Avatar 11:12pm slugluv1313:

good night, TDK60!
Avatar 11:13pm anomalee:

do u remember a fellow named Joseph Phillips from Hyde Park?
Avatar 11:15pm ifny:

Oh dear, RIP Johnny Pacheco!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:16pm Ken From Hyde Park:

No, sorry. Does not ring a bell.
Avatar 11:17pm slugluv1313:

@ifny -- oh i can so *relate* re: EVIL LINT! or more accurately, CAT HAIR! i wear mostly black clothing, and OF COURSE any cat who has lived with me just LOVES to waltz all over my stuff
Avatar 11:17pm anomalee:

i was college classmates with him. he was affected with Tourettes syndrome.
Avatar 11:19pm ifny:

@sluglu I recommend black cats.
Avatar 11:19pm anomalee:

i'd like the link to Kim Novak's art paintings. thanx. stay safe now.
Avatar 11:19pm slugluv1313:

@ifny -- more like invocations, as you describe -- but, friends have been invited :)
Avatar 11:20pm slugluv1313:

@ifny -- hahahahaha somehow the black cats' hair shows up the MOST, it is like . . . they KNOW!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:28pm mariano:

Ohhh, I love "Pork Pie Hat"! Haven't heard it in ages, love hearing it on vibes too, one of my favorite instruments.
Avatar 11:28pm ifny:

Hmmm I suspect they want you all to themselves. Human-hoarding.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:30pm mariano:

anomalee: You talking about this link? www.theguardian.com... She also has a site: www.kimnovakartist.com
  11:31pm Kpx:

I seem to have a vague memory of putting on a freshly iron shirt. The fresh smell and the warm felling of it.that was sweet!.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:32pm mariano:

Putting on an iron shirt is also great for chasing the devil out of Earth ;)
Avatar 11:35pm ifny:

Yes ironed clothes smell fabulous. But I wonder if it's the same reason that clothes hung in the sun smell fabulous -- because all the little micro-critters are freshly cooked.
Avatar 11:36pm ifny:

I only have a laundry line so get to enjoy the scent of freshly cooked micro-critters all summer long.
  11:36pm Kpx:

I haven't heard that one before, but I'm all done with chasing the doovil out.
  11:39pm Ummmm:

Ummmmmmmmmmm
  11:40pm Kpx:

Crap, take two. I'm all DOWN with chasing the doovil out!
  11:47pm Kpx:

Have you ever heard of this one, when there's a sunshower that means the devil's beating his wife. Don't know why that is? but I've heard it.
Avatar 11:47pm anomalee:

thanx M.

Kim is a very courageous woman. her style of art is wholly her own. i never realized she never had any children. i can relate to mental illness. i've had my share of tribulations.
Avatar 11:57pm ifny:

That's terrible @Kpx
Avatar 11:57pm mb:

Thanks Double J and SW!
Avatar 11:57pm ifny:

In Japan a sunshower means the foxes are having their weddings.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:57pm mariano:

Kpx: It's a reggae song by Max Romeo, look it up, real classic.

Thanks, JJ and Crew, bye everyone!
Avatar 11:57pm ifny:

Thank you everyone! Happy ironing!
Avatar 11:59pm anomalee:

Thanx Frowsters. it's been a whole another place, time, space, and dimension.
Avatar 11:59pm slugluv1313:

thanks so much, Jesse and Skeletons, for another fantastic beautiful nourishing show!
be well, everyone -- stay warm, stay safe!!!
  12:00am babycopperhead:

Thanks Jesse!
Avatar 12:00am anomalee:

sayonara.
Avatar 12:00am slugluv1313:

YES i like the Japan take on sun showers -- FOXES! <3
Avatar 12:05am ifny:

Oyasumi nasai, mina-san!
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