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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
your DJ on MIDI controlz  Good Vibrations   Favoriting       0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Brian Eno  Small Craft On A Milk Sea   Favoriting Small Craft on a Milk Sea  Warp    0:03:28 (Pop-up)
Silje Nes  Silver > Blue   Favoriting Opticks  Fatcat    0:05:03 (Pop-up)
Shugo Tokumaru  Linne   Favoriting Port Entropy  P-Vine    0:09:53 (Pop-up)
Shonen Knife  Fruit Loop Dreams (acoustic version)   Favoriting The Birds and the B-Sides  Virgin    0:13:44 (Pop-up)
Flo & Eddie  Keep It Warm   Favoriting Moving Targets  Columbia    0:16:29 (Pop-up)
Grateful Dead  New Speedway Boogie (alternate mix)   Favoriting Workingman's Dead  Warner Brothers    0:20:35 (Pop-up)
Caitlin Rose  Own Side   Favoriting Own Side Now  101 Distribution    0:24:38 (Pop-up)
The Bubble Puppy  Hurry Sundown   Favoriting Never Ever Land: 83 Texan Nuggets from International Artists Records 1965-1970  Snapper    0:32:02 (Pop-up)
Os Haxixins  Noites Brancas   Favoriting Noites Brancas  13 O'Clock    0:35:54 (Pop-up)
Krokodil  Blue Flashing Circle   Favoriting Psych Bites, v. 2  Past & Present    0:38:08 (Pop-up)
Alex Chilton  Windows Hotel   Favoriting Dusted In Memphis      0:41:36 (Pop-up)
Chenley Duffus  Good Night My Love   Favoriting Lee 'Scratch' Perry: The Wonderman Years  Trojan    0:44:14 (Pop-up)
S.E. Rogie  Man Stupid Being   Favoriting Palm Wine Music  Cooking Vinyl    0:47:51 (Pop-up)
Emsitka  Autotune   Favoriting Music From Saharan Cellphones, v. 2  SahelSounds    0:53:12 (Pop-up)
Snapper  Used To Know Her   Favoriting A.D.M.  Flying Nun    0:58:33 (Pop-up)
Opponents  Opposition 2   Favoriting Together We Will End the Future  Prison Tatt    1:04:15 (Pop-up)
HHY and the Macumbas  Houmfort   Favoriting Legba  Soopa    1:11:25 (Pop-up)
Alice Coltrane  Jai Rama Chandra   Favoriting Turiya Sings  Avatar    1:16:19 (Pop-up)
Michael Stasis  Air of Happiness   Favoriting Michael Stasis cassette  Natural Resources    1:28:26 (Pop-up)
Heavy Times  No Plans   Favoriting No Plans 7-inch  HoZac    1:31:35 (Pop-up)
Ralph White  Unwound   Favoriting Trash Fish  Terminus    1:34:12 (Pop-up)
Josiasi Yemba Mate  Sitima Senda Na Moto [the train goes with fire]   Favoriting African Instruments 2 - Mbira  Folktracks    1:38:18 (Pop-up)
Neokarma Jooklo Trio  Holy Freedom   Favoriting Peaceful Messages  Qbico    1:40:13 (Pop-up)
Michiyo Yagi, Ingebrigt Håker Flaten, Paal Nilssen-Love  Monsoon - Ai no Corrida   Favoriting Live! at SuperDeluxe  Idiolect/Bomba    1:49:38 (Pop-up)
Bernhard Gal  Xuan Zhuan   Favoriting Same Difference  Gromoga    1:58:47 (Pop-up)
Noveller  Happiness Can't Make You Happy   Favoriting Noveller/UnFact split 12-inch  Ox-Ghost    2:04:20 (Pop-up)
John Fahey with Daniel Shervington  untitled   Favoriting 20 September 1999 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds, UK      2:12:10 (Pop-up)
Pine Smoke Lodge  All Heal   Favoriting Shallow Breath  Existential Cloth  feat. "Good Vibrations," track 1, as ocean waves.  2:20:33 (Pop-up)
Ann McMillan  part 2   Favoriting Whale-Wail, in peace, en paix  Folkways    2:33:26 (Pop-up)
Maurizio Bianchi/Siegmar Fricke  Distrofia Atonale   Favoriting Stroma-Konkret  Monochrome Vision    2:38:45 (Pop-up)
Floating Flowers  Johsho kiryu   Favoriting 1st + 2nd  Black Plastic Sound    2:44:48 (Pop-up)
Peter Howell and John Ferdinando  Setting Sun   Favoriting Tomorrow Come Someday  Acme / Lion    2:51:26 (Pop-up)
Kenji Sazanami  Big Girls Don't Cry   Favoriting Wonderland  Toshiba    2:53:59 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!


Tally ho, Jesse on the sound machine, and audience comrades out there! Some like kind for the quality, some like schwag for the price, but you, boychik, love that MIDI!

G'morning, d00d.

Good morning, Walter, Donny, Smokey, Stranger....

Volman, Kaylan and that Boomer paranoia--beautifulous West Coastable satire, Jesse Vladimir.

hey guys, yes perty, and sometimes satirical, intro..

o can i share with you guys my favorite alex chilton video? it's filmed by william eggleston:
"my rival"

rad! will check it out when the sound from my computer isn't going over the air!

yeah i'd like to watch it agin too but my internet connex. is once again TOO SLOW.

i am a big fan of these palm wine things. this man rogie is incredible. have you guys read the palm wine stories? like the book 'palm wine drinkard' by the nigerian writer amos tutuola??

no, but the wikipedia description sounds pretty magical. added it to my queue.

there are also some especially amazing surrealist automatic writing type things happening in tutuola's ' my life in the bush of ghosts', not to overwhelm your platter :-)

i remember when autotune came out: it was totally one of the only types of music that totally had to be happening THEN.. it was like 'NOW': i was really excited about it!

this autotune's got a really nice slow pace. nice kind of mellow, faded mix

ohhhhh, bush of ghosts. that's why dude's name sounds familiar.

yea: that one might take the cake. kind of scary but totally, totally great & meaningfully otherworldly. there are some impossibly magical moments in the story.

..like a skeleton man from a market who returns his rented physical components of self to various bushes as he treks back into his own 'bush', until he's basically all gone.. it's like the wildest children's story

wow, i wouldn't have recognized this as alice at all: totally surprising track: great, w endemic early 80s stringy-synthy production values.. nice low husky voice, lady coltrane!

oh i think that guy was great! super nice bridging of so many styles & nice voice, lyrics! (this sounds so naive..)

Anyone seen my pith helmet?

sincerely hope you're not lisping.

Ha! Anyone seen my crash cymbal?

greysoul! was it last seen in a garden or a hen house??

um, not the cymbal, that is.. are you making a playful nuisance for your neighbors at this late hour? er, staging a theatrical insurrection?

call in the monsoon: this is gorgeous

Heavens, no. Just wanted to add a Vaudeville sort of accent to Mr. DJ's typically-witty lisp remark.

As a young lad, I was taken with a 60 Minutes interview with the original staff of Mad Magazine. They had a small drum kit RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE OFFICE and every time someone said something funny, whoever was handy would hit the cymbal.

"That," I told myself back then, "is how all adults should live."

Okay maybe we should add a MIDI cymbal feature to JJ's program & live like true adults?!

Too bad I missed that MAD episode from my childhood: it's now copyrighted footage.

MIDI cymbal? Sure! Even one of those "please ding for service" counter bells that could be tapped appreciatively ... it would have the same effect.

"Copyrighted footage"? It should be available on a continuous loop for all.

Do you mean this 60 Minutes clip, greysoul: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-P6en1Ua0aQ

Huh huh heh: 'please ding for service' haha.
JJ: will you install that for the next episode?!

The footage might actually be seeable: i'm running on a 2500 second delay here & the only one that vaguely started stated it as such.

Hmm: bleh.

Wow - it must be. But ... but ... 1987? Wow.

I've been living with a memory of watching it at a much younger age. By 1987, the voices in my head were much more entertaining than anything on television. Plus, the Mad crew were much more manic in my memory.

Don't show me any more. I'm not even going to begin to discuss my early National Lampoon daydreams.

Greysoul: 1987 I hear you. I think I was acting up in ballet class about then, we used to have to do routines until we were 'stumped'. i feel like there might've been a tv in studio, but maybe it was my head? he hee.

National Lampoon for next time!

Lovely show, JJ! Tight mix of so many nice things.
G'night, peoples
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