Options Airborne Event with Dan Bodah: Playlist from August 23, 2009 Options

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You see a blanket on the ground. It's your favorite color, smooth and soft. You can sit on it, or lie on it. It's a flying blanket, and you are the pilot. You are in control. You can fly anywhere you wish, just by thinking about it. You are the pilot.

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Options August 23, 2009: With guest Thomas Ross Miller

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Velvet Underground  Sunday Morning   Options The Velvet Underground with Nico  Polydor    0:00:00 ()
Thomas Ross Miller  The Shaman's Journey   Options       0:06:04 ()
Thomas Ross Miller/William Pope L.  I Do Not Love You, Dr. Brilliantine (Pt. 1)   Options       0:15:26 ()
Music behind DJ:
Thomas Ross Miller 
Drone   Options       0:17:35 ()
Thomas Ross Miller/Kevin Nathaniel Hylton  Ripples in the Water   Options       0:24:43 ()
Kira Kira  Boat   Options Skotta  Smekkleysa    0:26:58 ()
Kira Kira  Bless   Options Our Map to the Monster Olympics  Smekkleysa    0:28:44 ()
Unknown Cambodian Musician  Shke-diev   Options       0:32:12 ()
Music behind DJ:
Birds and Baboons recorded in Senegal by Thomas Ross Miller         0:35:21 ()
Unknown Micronesian Musicians  Stick Dance   Options       0:42:15 ()
Micronesian bands  Battle of the Bands   Options       0:45:15 ()
Music behind DJ:
Christoph Zoeckler 
Mosquitoes   Options Birsounds of Northern Siberia  birdsounds.nl    0:51:01 ()
German & Klavdia Khatylaev  On the Bank & Vision   Options The Blessing Songs of Nature  German Khatylaev    1:06:59 ()
Vassily Shalugin  Ilu ilu   Options       1:13:21 ()
N.M. Likhachev  Yukagir Song   Options       1:16:45 ()
Ivan Tretyakov  Shaman song   Options       1:20:54 ()
Zinaida Ivanova-Unarova & Vladimir Inovov-Urarov  Interview   Options       1:19:09 ()
"Uncle Vanya"  Kamlanie song   Options       1:22:50 ()
Athanasy Fyodorov  Kamlanie drumming   Options       1:25:56 ()
Thomas Ross Miller  The Shaman's Journey - Nine Worlds   Options     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yv-EQtrL7Ik  1:34:03 ()
Music behind DJ:
Thomas Ross Miller 
The Shaman's Journey walkthrough recording   Options       1:39:08 ()
Thomas Ross Miller & William Pope L.  Aunt Jenny Machine   Options       1:53:16 ()
Thomas Ross Miller  The Tower: A History of Hidden Voices and the State   Options       1:58:37 ()
Music behind DJ:
Thomas Ross Miller 
Bells from Anchorage, AL Russian Orthodox Church   Options       2:15:03 ()
Peliatan Gamelan  Legong Dance   Options       2:19:34 ()
Thomas Ross Miller  Frogs   Options       2:23:37 ()
Music behind DJ:
Dan Bodah 
Cicadas   Options     from http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/29880  2:32:57 ()
Unknown Nepali Musicians  Recordings from the Rato Machchhendranath festival   Options       2:36:21 ()
Unknown Nepali Musicians  Nepali brass band   Options       2:41:01 ()
Unknown musicians  Siberian brass band   Options       2:42:50 ()
Music behind DJ:
Street sounds of India         2:46:17 ()
Thomas Ross Miller  The North Pole (excerpts)   Options       2:49:28 ()
Music behind DJ:
Scratching Woman 
The Shaman's Journey   Options       2:56:42 ()

Listener comments!

  Sun. 8/23/09 6:26am Bas, NL:

Good morning Dan! What an interesting show already. Best respects to Mr. Miller and his fine sound collages.
  Sun. 8/23/09 7:08am mike cooper:

Hi there - perhaps the correct English name for the instruemnt is in fact JAWS HARP as its played in the mouth?
  Sun. 8/23/09 7:11am Dan B:

Hi Mike

That's true, though Tom and I suspect jaws harp was a back-formation from jew's harp in an attempt to make the term more palatable.
  Sun. 8/23/09 7:19am Bas, NL:

While listening a question is creeping up: why is there such a -seemingly- universal need in humans to listen 'bestranging' sounds and music?
  Sun. 8/23/09 7:53am mike cooper:

Could you pass me a link to your thoughts about 'every true story should contain an un-true one' please
  Sun. 8/23/09 7:56am Dan B:

@Mike -- from a post on Facebook: "* Last week, I decided to start beginning my show with the Velvet Underground's 'Sunday Morning' and ending it with Sonic Youth's 'Sunday.' I think each show probably also needs a heartfelt but possibly untrue story told in the middle somewhere as well. What do you think?"
  Sun. 8/23/09 8:00am mike cooper:

Absolutely - Im a great believer in this theory and often pursue it when writing articles and even transcribing interviews - I would like to e mail you a recent example - a piece i wrote about Kraig Grady - if you are interested?
  Sun. 8/23/09 8:02am Dan B:

Sure Mike -- danb at wfmu dot org
  Sun. 8/23/09 8:46am Bob G:

Thanks Dan and Tom . Great show! Something akin I've been pondering..
...how syncretic is reality? if that's the right word for it.
  Sun. 8/30/09 6:59am the Grabber:

  Sun. 8/30/09 7:33am The Grabber:

99 phone problems will try you after i "deal" with customer service..,.
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