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I never miscue a record. I am punctual, well-prepared, and dislike clutter. Outgoing and helpful, I'm always appropriately dressed. I do not behave erratically and have excellent penmanship. My CD's never skip, and I am in good health. I like all the notes, in any order.

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Favoriting January 20, 2012

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Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
Aphex Twin  Mᵢ⁻¹ = −∂ ∑ Dᵢ[n] [∑ Fⱼᵢ[n−1] + F extᵢ[n⁻¹]]   Favoriting Windowlicker single  continued from the long rally  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Plastikman  Kriket   Favoriting Musik    0:04:26 (Pop-up)
Holger Hiller  Gut und Böse   Favoriting As Is    0:10:06 (Pop-up)
Black Dice  Smiling Off   Favoriting Broken Ear Record    0:15:06 (Pop-up)
Sejayno  Laity / Cemetary Rose   Favoriting The Laity    0:24:25 (Pop-up)
Leprechaun Catering  Night In Amnesia   Favoriting Kumquats, Lychees    0:39:32 (Pop-up)
Leprechaun Catering  Poulet, Poulet-Poulet, Poulet! 2   Favoriting Kumquats, Lychees    0:39:32 (Pop-up)
 
Lifetones  Distance No Object   Favoriting For a Reason    0:56:49 (Pop-up)
African Head Charge  Depth Charge   Favoriting Drastic Season    1:03:44 (Pop-up)
African Head Charge  In A Trap   Favoriting Environmental Studies    1:07:44 (Pop-up)
Keith Hudson  Hunting   Favoriting Flesh of My Skin Blood of My Blood    1:12:00 (Pop-up)
Automaton  Astral Altar   Favoriting Dub Terror Exhaust    1:14:25 (Pop-up)
Kit Clayton  Nuchu / Nia-Ikala   Favoriting Nek Sanalet    1:26:01 (Pop-up)
The Nazgûl  Shelob's Lair   Favoriting The Nazgûl    1:37:53 (Pop-up)
H.N.A.S.  Schliesslich Kamen Wir Zu   Favoriting Abwassermusik    1:50:02 (Pop-up)
 
P.D.  Progressive Disco I   Favoriting Ingwelos Ingwelos    2:09:43 (Pop-up)
Thoeung Son  ?   Cambodian Cassette Collection  CDR Mark Gergis burned for FMU...some of which was later released on Sublime Frequencies "Cambodian Cassette Archives"  2:12:54 (Pop-up)
Lý Ngựa Ô  Vợ Chồng Làm Biéng   Favoriting Hò! #1 – Roady Music From Vietnam (2000)    2:16:16 (Pop-up)
Đàn Bầu Việtnam  Rider In The Sky   Favoriting Hò! #1 – Roady Music From Vietnam (2000)    2:19:30 (Pop-up)
Ahmad Baki & H. Fadil  Usah Dikenang   Favoriting Folk and Pop Sounds of Sumatra, vol. 2    2:23:15 (Pop-up)
Elvy Sukaesih  Sengaja   Favoriting Music of Indonesia 2: Indonesian Popular Music    2:29:19 (Pop-up)
Idjah Hadidjah  Hiji Catetan   Favoriting Tonggeret  reissued on Nonesuch as "West Java: Sundanese Jaipong and Other Popular Music"  2:32:38 (Pop-up)
?  Panceng Ora Disedya   Street Music of Java    2:40:52 (Pop-up)
?  Hai Cium Dong   Street Music of Java    2:44:13 (Pop-up)
musicians based in Nanga Sangkai on the Ambalau river in West Kalimantan  Tumbang Gaya'   Favoriting Music of Indonesia 13: Kalimantan Strings    2:47:11 (Pop-up)
?  Solo de Clarinette double murali   Inde: Rajasthan: Musiciens Professionnels Populaires    2:53:11 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  12:03pm
G:

Not exactly Aphex Twin, but Etta James' death was just announced...
Avatar 12:05pm
bryce:

oh shit.... :(
  12:10pm
Marmalade Kitty:

RIP Etta
  12:10pm
Cecile:

both Johnny Otis and Etta in two days. Very sad.
  12:11pm
Cecile:

Got any Sten or Oxia?
Avatar 12:12pm
bryce:

oo, not sure! if i can run, i'll look
  12:14pm
bruceleh:

Hi Bryce,
Are you going to be at Roulette Monday night for the Messiaen?
  12:15pm
Cecile:

Messiaen Roulette. Good name for a band.
Avatar 12:16pm
bryce:

ugh, i wish!! they changed my work hours to 2–10pm......
  12:17pm
still b/p:

Doug played At Last and today it had extra... everything.
Just read that in the 70s, when Etta was in rehab, Keith Richards wrote her and said she could tour with the Stones if she stayed clean. Kind of like Evel Knievel saying "you can work with me if you're a safe, courteous driver."
  12:19pm
tim from champaign:

Dlack Bryce?
  12:22pm
Ken From Hyde Park:

Also dead is the SOPA bill, I hear.
Avatar 12:25pm
bryce:

for NOW......
  12:27pm
Nathan:

It'll pop up in the back seat wielding the knife of internet censorship before you know it...
  12:27pm
channeling Keith R.:

Some people can handle self-abuse, some can't. She was in rehab. Weakling! :-)
  12:29pm
hubba:

The always wonderful, bright faced, and saccharine sweet Bryce... what is going on today?
Avatar 12:29pm
bryce:

hahaaa! :)
  12:30pm
Guessing:

He's in his happy place.
Avatar 12:30pm
bryce:

i had my diapers changed
  12:30pm
Guessing:

someone ask him to rock out lmao
  12:31pm
hubba:

better late than never... although, there is something to be said for open sores
  12:32pm
B z:

Etta James: Out in the Street . 1000% SOUL!
  12:32pm
BSI:

everyone needs a "change agent" now and then.
  12:33pm
BSI:

I'm in my mid-forties already. It's getting a bit dumpy down there.
  12:35pm
Dr. to top DJs:

Bryce's open sores are open source and shareable.
  12:36pm
Zman:

Diggin these horns
  12:38pm
Horns:

I'm diggin you!
  12:40pm
Old timer:

Found any gold?
  12:42pm
BSI:

This "office" thing aint cuttin' it. I want my dog. I want beer. Poutyface.
  12:46pm
Cheri Pi:

This has a nice beat, I can pound my fists to it.
  12:47pm
Cheri Pi:

@BS-we want the same things.
  12:47pm
Cheri Pi:

@BSI (snorksnork)
  12:48pm
Clock:

I'll help y'all out. When I get around to it.
  12:48pm
BSI:

...always just one I away from total BS...
  12:50pm
Noise Receptacle:

Maddox has the correct take on SOPA - "There have been many bills attempted (and some passed) like SOPA before it. There's the DMCA act of 1998, PRO-IP Act of 2008, the 2011 Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, and now the PROTECT IP Act of 2012. Think this victory means anything? A new bill gets introduced every year or two like clockwork. Check back in a few years, and there'll be another SOPA or Protect IP Act being squeezed down the lower intestinal tracts of congress."
  12:50pm
Self-Esteem Coach:

@BSI -- defining your handle as "BS + I" is not healthy math!
  12:55pm
Bridie O'Farrell:

Just tuned in! I hope this is a pro-Irish tune, otherwise...You know what will happen.
  12:55pm
D in Miami:

Damned incontinent congress!
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bryce:

BRIDIE! THIS FLOOR IS FILTHY!
  12:59pm
G:

Popular cultural stuff is one of the few areas where the US remains dominant with mass audiences worldwide for now. Huge companies that make money from that activity (movies, tv, music, books, etc.) would prefer to game the governmental system to protect and perpetuate their dominance, rather than making the effort required to compete and adapt.

The railroads did the same thing when they were peaking and declining in the 20th century, and instead of adapting or competing with other transpotation modes, they became dysfunctional wards of the government. Nice work, guys.

Culture-selling companies need to work harder at figuring out how to make a smoother, easier delivery mode (the internet) work for them, rather than bribing the government to protect them from having to do so. They just can't order the tide not to come in. If they ruin the open internet here, other countries will come in to fill that gap, and they (and we) will be worse off than before.
  12:59pm
Bridie:

does congress need their diaper changed? does brycie? Darn it all. I'll get to work on it right away, but I can make one call to Dublin, you understand!
  1:00pm
liquid:

rest in peae,Etta...one the greatest soul singers to walk the planet.Period.
  1:03pm
D in Miami:

I don't think Bryce and most of his listeners are affected greatly by that popular culture stuff, but we do suffer the consequences of it in the trickle-down. No pun on congresses incontinence there. Or was it?
  1:06pm
Noise Receptacle:

Poster child for "Dysfunctional ward of the government" - The airline industry.
  1:06pm
BSI:

Lifetones was a nifty surprise. Gonna have to dig up some old Power Steppers & suchlike. Haven't indulged in that vibe in ages.
Avatar 1:07pm
bryce:

somehow i'd never heard it till just the other day!
  1:11pm
G:

@D in M: That's right, non-mass things like FMU are affected by having to follow and be affected by the same national laws and rules that might be driven by out-of-control mass-culture companies seeking to avoid adapting successfully to the internet.

It's been obvious since the mid 90s that information/entertainment delivery was going to switch to the internet. And even that long-term shift is just the most recent step in the vast development of improved transportation and communication that has been ongoing since the early 1800s. It shouldn't be any kind of news to these big blundering mass-culture behemoths.

If big companies haven't figured out how to make the internet work for them by now without demanding it just be ruined, they should be firing their big-salary "strategists" and finding better ones.
  1:11pm
andymorphic:

adrian sherwood!!!
  1:14pm
G:

@Noise: The more transportation and communication improve, the more skeletons there will be of companies that outlasted their time or didn't adapt well. "skeleton" = either bankruptcy ( = people don't want their service any mopre) or political protection ( = bribing politicians with the aim of avoiding option 1)
  1:14pm
northguineahills:

Audio Sports would fit in nicely about now.
  1:17pm
Sue:

Awesome tunes!!!!!
  1:20pm
BSI:

Okay that does it. Scientist listening party to commence at 5:01pm.
  1:22pm
Mark Williams:

it's not this group's normal bailiwick, but given the last 15 mins of tunes, a word of acknowledgement for Jamaican singer/producer Winston Riley, who passed away.
Avatar 1:23pm
bryce:

:(
  1:24pm
Hugo:

Any King Tubby?
Avatar 1:25pm
bryce:

hey, hugo! i have no idea......there's so many buttons.....
  1:29pm
marty:

ahhhh..... i forgot about this, love this album
  1:30pm
George of Troy:

Good stuff, Bryce!
  1:31pm
B z:

Big up, big ups Bryce-mahn
  1:32pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

Up with Bryce!
  1:32pm
Joe Voltage:

Don't touch the dump button. It makes a real mess!!
  1:32pm
Dump Button:

Too late!
  1:33pm
dc pat:

up yours Bryce
  1:33pm
dc pat:

I jes keeding!
  1:34pm
navigator:

Dump button, then Panic Button, which calls for Dump Button again.
Avatar 1:34pm
bryce:

hahaa :)
  1:35pm
dc pat:

I'd like to stay but NOBODY's in the house right now--time to play drums!
  1:38pm
Joe Voltage:

There should be a toilet paper button.
  1:38pm
Van in DC:

Sorry I'm late, I had a huge archive of Jim Price shows to catch up on.
Avatar 1:41pm
bryce:

i've put in a request for a barium shake button
  1:44pm
BSI:

meet every situation butt-on.
  1:44pm
Norman Cakes:

African Head Charge!!! Please please please play Elastic Dance!!!
  1:46pm
Sue:

No please play einstein
  1:48pm
Norman Cakes:

You need to say please 3 times. It's a rule.
  1:50pm
Sue:

Einstein,please please please!!!!!
Avatar 1:50pm
bryce:

i'm trying! something's wrong with this damn thing
  1:54pm
Norman Cakes:

You know I keep waking up thinking, it could be worse, I could be the Captain of that cruise ship.
  1:54pm
Joe Voltage:

You breakin' stuff over there Bryce?
  1:55pm
chuck e. jesus:

long time no hear...going to have to check out the whole show later, good stuff!
  1:55pm
Norman Cakes:

Schliesslich Kamen Wir Zu doesnt do it for me at all
  1:56pm
Carmichael:

It's about damn time I got here. What's for lunch?
Avatar 1:57pm
bryce:

you can't really just listen to it. it's more of a dance record
  1:59pm
Norman Cakes:

African Head Charge's Elastic Dance is a dance record. Bit like Thriller.
  2:00pm
plastiquejesus:

the deer which are not on the sofa - love these folks.
  2:03pm
Norman Cakes:

I'd like it to stop now please
  2:03pm
Nathan:

I for some reason keep expecting to hear "FLASH! AAH-AHH SAVIOUR OF THE UNIVERSE!" cropping up soon...
  2:04pm
Hostess:

Care for another deviled egg?
Avatar 2:04pm
bryce:

there's a very easy way to make it stop :)
  2:05pm
Frenchman:

Non, merci, one egg is already an oeuf.
  2:06pm
Deviled Corporate Eggs:

nice one!

hey, the paprika is spoiled!
  2:06pm
nic:

super
  2:07pm
Norman Cakes:

I prefer pork pies over scotch eggs
  2:09pm
BSI:

I'd prefer just the pie & scotch.
  2:09pm
Cecile:

Sounds like Miss Piggy being mic'd on a trampoline.
  2:09pm
matt:

really digging this song
  2:10pm
Carmichael:

Hold the pie.
  2:11pm
Norman Cakes:

oh I like this song
  2:11pm
Toto:

No, hold the line
  2:14pm
Norman Cakes:

anyone hold any strong views about pork scrathings?
  2:14pm
matt:

wow what a great show, sad I didnt know until now.. unfortunately i will have class during this slot i guess ill have to archive it but i cant figure out how the archive works because am so lazy haha.
  2:15pm
Norman Cakes:

scratchings
  2:15pm
Frenchman:

Please play L'arry & The Baguettes!
  2:15pm
matt:

oh nvm i see where it is. DUH
  2:16pm
asjon:

this song's such a jam, cambodia rocks
  2:17pm
Van in DC:

Well I think that if the little porkers have itchings then they should be allowed to do some scratchings.
  2:17pm
Carmichael:

Left Eye Lao?
  2:19pm
Hugo:

mai pen lai ...
  2:21pm
Hugo:

Vietnamese ...
  2:23pm
mick:

ugh....killer version of ghost riders....
not that i thought one existed
  2:26pm
robyn:

really enjoying the show. wish i had tuned in early enough to catch the aphex twin/hiller/black dice! oh well that's what the archive is for.
  2:28pm
Hugo:

http://trikont.de/shop/compilations/ho-roady-music-from-vietnam-2000/
  2:28pm
Cecile:

Bryce has coins on his hips.
Avatar 2:29pm
bryce:

hahaaa
  2:31pm
Cecile:

his show is a lush and sweetly perfumed oasis for the brain
  2:33pm
Yalc:

Would like to know the names of the two tracks before Ghost rider, would like to download, perhaps, even purchase
  2:34pm
chuck e. jesus:

does that Prog Disco tune have anything to do with P16D4?
  2:34pm
chuck e. jesus:

it's like the Freebird of WFMU
Avatar 2:36pm
bryce:

yalc, sorry, running around! but def. check back a bit after 3:00 — i'll go back and fill in the deets

charles, YES! P.D. morphed into P16D4
  2:38pm
Zman:

I would love to see shadow puppets acting out that "ho!" track
  2:43pm
Hugo:

Any Hetty Koes Endang?
  2:45pm
dc pat:

that Idjah Hadidjah is easily the best thing I've heard all week..
  2:45pm
dc pat:

actually maybe it was "?" that was sounding so good...
Avatar 2:48pm
bryce:

hugo, not sure! don't know her (her?).
  2:53pm
Marshall Stacks:

Aces, Bryce.
  2:56pm
Carmichael:

Endang has done much in the 1980s to revive the historic form kroncong, which is a blending of Indonesian and Portugese styles. Kroncong is performed by a diverse ensemble of instruments and is fronted by female singer who performs in a lazy, saccharine style.
  2:57pm
Carmichael:

cut and paste. No brainwork done.
  2:58pm
Hugo:

bryce, just wondering. I have two cassettes from Indonesia and one cd from Malaysia (where she's moved).
  3:00pm
Hugo:

kroncong is popular with older people, dangdut with younger. Again, stuff picked up on cassettes in jakarta. nice set.
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