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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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Kamalesh Maitra  Raag Bhupal Todi   Favoriting     0:00:00 (Pop-up)
  "Raga du Soir"       0:09:16 (Pop-up)
  Solo de monocorde Bhapang       0:12:51 (Pop-up)
  Les Tambours de Pondichéry       0:17:02 (Pop-up)
  Solo de Flûte Nar       0:20:03 (Pop-up)
Shivkumar Sharma  Raga Jog: Alap – Jor   Favoriting Raga Jog    0:24:28 (Pop-up)
Shivkumar Sharma  Raga Jog: Jhala   Favoriting Raga Jog    0:56:18 (Pop-up)

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Roshan Ara Begum  Raag Kidara   Favoriting     1:33:33 (Pop-up)
Kunnakudi Vaidyanathan  Entha Nerchina   Favoriting     1:55:30 (Pop-up)
Venu  Vakulabharanam   Favoriting Vintage Music from India    2:04:32 (Pop-up)
Venu  Raga-malika   Favoriting Vintage Music from India    2:04:32 (Pop-up)
V. Kandaswamy  Rag Todi   Favoriting     2:08:16 (Pop-up)
  Popular Naubat Shahnā'ī   Music from the Shrines of Ajmer and Mundra    2:11:07 (Pop-up)
  Mashak   Music from the Shrines of Ajmer and Mundra  yup, bagpipes  2:21:35 (Pop-up)
  Popular Naubat Shahnā'ī   Music from the Shrines of Ajmer and Mundra    2:23:21 (Pop-up)
 
M.S. Gopalakrishnan  Samaja Vara Gamana   Favoriting Le Violon de M.S. Gopalakrishnan  raga Hindolam  2:29:31 (Pop-up)
  Ballade d'Amar Singh avec vièles sarangi       2:47:29 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  12:08pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

are there any Scots with us today?
Avatar 12:10pm
bryce:

nae
  12:10pm
Anson, age 5:

I like it Raag Bhupal because it sounds like they are playing a music scuplture. ane I like the cowbell.
Avatar 12:11pm
bryce:

:) hi anson!
  12:11pm
stefica:

what a lovely beginning!
  12:14pm
dc scot:

hi
  12:15pm
pierre:

Bonjour bonjour !
  12:16pm
Ike:

I can dig it!
Avatar 12:16pm
bryce:

allo allo
  12:16pm
BSI:

nobody but us cheekens. buk.
  12:19pm
Cecile:

hola!
  12:20pm
Jeff:

Your show makes the dog bark.
Avatar 12:22pm
bryce:

it makes irwin's cake puke too!
  12:23pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

somebody microwaved something really smelly
  12:23pm
Ike:

Cakes can puke?
Avatar 12:24pm
bryce:

wait, what the hell?? hahaa
  12:24pm
Parq:

Ike, if anyone's cakes can puke, Irwin's can.
  12:25pm
Jeff:

If they had some gluten in them, their stomachs would be less twitchy.
Avatar 12:26pm
bryce:

please excuse me; i'm having a stroke.
  12:27pm
Ike:

Did you mean Irwin's CAT? Ha ha ha, don't you DARE go back and edit that. ;P
Avatar 12:29pm
bryce:

someone let irwin's cat out in spain
  12:31pm
bruceleh:

Irwin Schrödinger's cat?
  12:32pm
fdgdfga:

I saw Shivkumar Sharma with Zakir Hussain last year.. amazing!!
  12:33pm
Scotty:

I am sauntering in Joshua Tree, Bryce, spin the ambients
  12:33pm
Marin, age 2:

I like this song because it sounds like Uncle Bryce and pehhhh.
  12:33pm
Mike East:

the cat is both puking and not puking at the same time.
  12:35pm
Mike East:

the cat is also a cake.
Avatar 12:35pm
bryce:

marin! can you do my taxes?
  12:36pm
Marin, age 2:

Yes beacuse I want a pen.
  12:39pm
Anson, age 5:

One of the instruments sounds like a bell. What is it?
Avatar 12:41pm
bryce:

one of these —>
bit.ly...
bit.ly...
  12:44pm
Anson, age 5:

I really like the santoor. Do you have one I can play with?
  12:45pm
fdgdfga:

Shivkumar Sharma/Zakir Hussain: http://youtu.be/6rG3Rpv78DA
Avatar 12:46pm
bryce:

i wish! i keep checking craigslist.....
  12:47pm
G:

Can I have another order of garlic naan? Thanks!
  12:47pm
pierre:

Is TestosteRone Weasley, a valuable joke?
  12:48pm
fdgdfga:

there was a serial killer baiting victims on craigslist by posting an ad for a used santoor.
  12:49pm
Ike:

That's not true. If it were, then Bryce would already be dead.
  12:52pm
stefica:

used santoor? how unsanitary.
  12:53pm
G:

I'd prefer a fresh to a reheated santoor, tx! when you have a chance, can I also have a sweet lassi? and raita.
  12:53pm
fdgdfga:

not that unsanitary. they is played with sticks
  12:54pm
G:

Nice musics, by the way. my compliments to the DJ
Avatar 12:56pm
bryce:

yeah, i pushed that play button REAL hard :)
  12:57pm
arvin:

@G
why is it ok in america to be stereotypically racist about indian and pakistani people
if the dj was playing music by afro-carribean people , like ..er.. reggae for example, would you be ordering jerk chicken on the fucking peanut gallery board?
  12:57pm
Parq:

@Pierre, 12:47 - not sure. The problem with Ron W always seemed to be a *lack* of testosterone, n'est pas?
  12:58pm
Cecile:

Yes, probably.
  12:59pm
Anson, age 5:

I like when the santoor gets quiet and loud again. Can you play this on the piano?
  12:59pm
Cecile:

I also want hamburgers and beer during Joe Belock's show.
  1:01pm
pierre:

@Parq : en effet, that's why i thought it would have a bit of irony in it. But i trust your instinct.
  1:01pm
G:

@arvin: Why in highly developed countries like the US do half-educated people with attitudes think ordinary experiences of life are offensive? Answer: Because it is easier to try to one-up 300 million people's experience with a sentence or so of superficial criticism than it is to think up something that is both original and useful. The latter could take a lifetime of effort. The former is formulaic and *constantly* encountered. :-)

Does that help?
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bryce:

hey arvin, it's totally true -- it seems curiously more okay to stereotype south asians than other groups!

but in g's defense, we talk about food every week during this slot. it's kind of a running joke. and several of the regulars are constantly eating indian food.....
  1:02pm
BSI:

Hell, i usually bleat about curry depletion no matter what the show. Since y'all mentioned it, I could do with a fix.
  1:03pm
Cecile:

When Wendy is here, we talk about cheese.
  1:03pm
DON'T order food using the WMFU message board:

It won't come
  1:04pm
Cecile:

that tears it, BSI, I'm getting Singapore rice noodles for lunch.
  1:05pm
Cheri Pi:

Brian Turner's show always makes me want to drink lots of beer
  1:05pm
fdgdfga:

This music transcends food.
  1:06pm
Cecile:

me too, Cheri. And eat Cheetos
  1:06pm
pierre:

This morning i had soup while listening to HotRod.
  1:06pm
Cecile:

tell my stomach that.
  1:06pm
B:

http://victory-light.blogspot.com/
  1:06pm
G:

that's right, i was wondering where the customary lunch discussion was as one o'clock came up, and suddenly the answer suggested itself. the places i hear south asian music are on my own music player and in restaurants. i bet that's true of nearly everyone here.

chrrhonically angry people: you can eat away at *yourselves* for lunch :-)
  1:09pm
Cecile:

can you play Me Hungry by King Kong, Bryce? Some week. Not this week.
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bryce:

hahaa! :)
  1:10pm
Ivor Cutler:

I think I will eat some gruts for tea
  1:11pm
stefica:

mmm, cheetos. crunchy, not puffy.
  1:11pm
dio genesis:

How come just about every Indian restaurant I've ever been to seems to serve only Indian food and seems to be run by Indian people?
Avatar 1:12pm
bryce:

YOU SUCK, IVOR
  1:12pm
Dumbass Attempts to Answer:

because they know how to do it well?
  1:15pm
I just like their music, okay?:

I guess food like this would need.... noise music?

http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/sideshow/mcdonald-confirms-no-longer-using-pink-slime-chemicals-171209662.html
  1:15pm
Mirror Hat Guy:

Yay, made it to another week
  1:18pm
northguineahills:

In north Brooklyn, in order to get decent Jamaican you have to go to Crown Heights or Bed-Stuy. T'would be nice if someone would remedy this situation (Golden Crust doesn't count). There was once a vegan Jamaican place on Graham Ave, but it turned into a burger & beer joint (Mothers) 3 years ago.
  1:20pm
G:

@I just like: But so far, the US government is sticking with it (which means school lunches, the military, etc.).

Pink slime means processed meat sterilized with ammonia etc. to kill the e. coli and other microorganisms before it's added back into ground meat. Any meat that has been in contact with entrails, or their contents, somehow has to be sterilized before using it, or people would get sick.
  1:21pm
Ivor Cutler:

And to think I was going to let you near my damn wall
  1:21pm
northguineahills:

Heck, there wasn't even an Indian restaurant in my neighborhood until 2 years ago, and they're alright at best.
  1:22pm
I just like their music, okay?:

exactly, G. I'll have a side of Merzbow with that burger, please.
  1:23pm
I just like their music, okay?:

btw, any Mike Kelley music available?
  1:23pm
northguineahills:

Oh shit, I just remembered the news about Mike Kelley, damnnnnnn! :(
  1:23pm
bruceleh:

Chinese restaurateurs have been offering 'Tex-Mex' for quite a while.
It's just a matter of time before they move into Indian.
What are some other cross-ethnic restaurant types?
In NYC, especially in Manhattan, you have Albanians running pizza shops (e.g. Familgia).
  1:25pm
Cecile:

We have a great Afphan pizza place in Minneapolis. It's a combination of American ingredients and Afghan flavors.
  1:26pm
I just like their music, okay?:

More italian restaurants should play Scelsi. And Romanian joints should jam the Dumitrescu more often.
  1:26pm
G:

Yep, just like we think of 1912 as really primitive, I'm sure the year 2112 will marvel at pink slime.

Now that the cat is out of the bag about pink slime, the meat processing industry will come up with a less yucky sterilizing method in the next few years. They're probably already work on it now that pink slime is getting "outed".

Let's hope the next method is actually progress.

Happy lunches, all!
  1:28pm
bruceleh:

Next method will be irradiation.
If it wasn't harmless, the military wouldn't have been using it for like the past 30 years.
But people are scared of the word 'irradiation', ignorant of what it really means.
  1:28pm
kat330:

@G: "the year 2112"? Good to know you're such an optimist. If you have children, I suppose that's the only choice.
  1:29pm
northguineahills:

There's a Salvadorean place on Grand that has Salvadorean and Italian cuisines.
  1:30pm
Tamar:

Thank you, Bryce. This is perfect.
  1:30pm
G:

About Indian moving toward being a cuisine well made by people from outside that ethnic background: In an Indian restaurant I used to go to before I moved a couple of years ago, the cooks in the kitchen were actually almost all Mexican. There's nothing impossible to make about any ethnic cuisine. It's just a learned skill. I assumed that the Indian/Pakistani cooks on staff had showed them how to make various dishes or do prep etc.
  1:30pm
kat330:

Hi, Bryce and all! [horse before the cart].
  1:31pm
bitterhorse:

everyone puts that damned cart before me.
  1:32pm
G:

no one wants to be right behind a horse
  1:32pm
Cecile:

We have a Lebanese-Spanish place. They speak Spanish and English and serve hummus and paella.
  1:32pm
bitterhorse:

got a point there, buddy
  1:32pm
Horsefly:

Ain't that the truth?
  1:33pm
cart:

oh god NO
  1:34pm
kat330:

There's more to be bitter about than that. I'm doing something sacrilegious -- er, Sinful -- at the moment: Reading this playlist but listening to last night's Sin fill-in. Where do you guys find the time to have your cake (cat) and eat it, too?!
  1:34pm
kat330:

Guess I really stepped in it.
  1:36pm
hip:

I'm Spanish, cooked mexican in Berlin and indian + jamaican + north and central african in London... and I'm not even a (school) cook.

I guess we all can learn to do things, no matter what your birthplace nor family culture was.
  1:37pm
BSI:

this explains all the cart droppings.
  1:37pm
anne:

this is wonderful Bryce! i am painting ducks.
  1:37pm
Horsefly:

Exactly, hip.
I cooked a great lamb curry recipe I got recently from the Internet recommended by an Indian living in Australia using a cookbook from FoodTV's Tyler Florence! Talk about cross-culture!
  1:38pm
Horsefly:

annie!
  1:38pm
Cecile:

horsefly was me, I must admit.
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bryce:

annie! tamar! wow, this is like family reunion
  1:40pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

geez, how do you keep the ducks still while you paint them??
  1:40pm
anne:

not annie, but anne. didn't want to impersonate and get her in trouble for the duck activity.
  1:40pm
anne:

gentle restraint
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bryce:

oh. hi anne.

i guess.
  1:41pm
anne:

oh, hi-o
  1:42pm
βrian:

Speaking of painting ducks:
http://www.interiordesign.net/photo/287/287953-idx090801_inter01_2.jpg
  1:42pm
Cecile:

sorry, anne.
Are you watercoloring or painting wooden decoys?
  1:42pm
wild neil:

@DCE....I was told I may be Scottish....
  1:42pm
jk:

ohio?
  1:43pm
G:

@kat: I just go by observed history. If you compare century to century going forward, often there are times where things, overall or net, got worse or knowledge was lost. But more often things move in a better direction, net or in the aggregate.

The 20th century had a lot of negative stuff (most of all big and small wars that didn't have to happen, but had to be dealt wiith somehow after they got started). Still: overall, there was more progress than not.
One example: In 1900 the life expectancy in the US was 55, now it's near 80. Because of actual improvements in nutrition, hygiene, medicine, etc., people overall have only aged about 75 years in the last 100 years. Unless people prefer being dead or living shorther lives to being alive and living longer lives, that's progress.

Do people do good things with their extra time? That's a much fuzzier discussion. But the extra time and opportunity are definitely there, with 80 years against 55.
  1:43pm
anne:

watercoloring the life cycle of a female lesser scaup in comic form
  1:45pm
kat330:

@G: The extra lifespan is only a positive if this planet -- ensemble -- gets to a zero population factor, and fast.
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bryce:

:)
  1:45pm
Cecile:

holy cow! that's cool
Are you using tube watercolors or pencils? I just got some watercolor pencils and love them.
  1:46pm
kat330:

But apologies all for the drive-by by cart. I will come back when I'm properly listening! Moi!
  1:47pm
BSI:

The word "archipelago" is strangely cool.
  1:48pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

(actual archipelagos may vary in strange coolness)
  1:51pm
anne:

this will be coming soon. http://www.chhandayan.com/concerts/at-ccim-in-nyc/?id=91&eid=19

@Cecile, using tube watercolors. watercolor pencils are pretty cool indeed
  1:52pm
G:

@kat: Yes, malthusianism has been around for several hundred years now. :-)

Again, going by historical observation, societies go through a demographic transition as they move from poor and rural to developed and urban/suburban. European countries already have *below-replacement* birth rates (which is also a problem in various ways, as much as overpopulation would be).

Unless something that is not currently occurring starts to occur soon, other countries will be going through that transition to replacement-only durng the century we've still just started.
  1:53pm
BSI:

Also fond of "adenoidal" but for now, "archipelago" is floating my boat like a god-damned house on fire.
  1:53pm
Cecile:

I am really liking how you can be imprecise with watercolors, but it somehow looks more realistic. They are forgiving - in the right situation.
  1:55pm
hip:

Love how a malthusian discussion can be found within an archipielago of watercolors. :-)

Got to love WFMU!
Thanx u all
  1:57pm
hip:

not to mention the stir frying ;-)
  1:57pm
Cecile:

Bryce and board, recommend a typeface to me for a title on a flyer.
It needs to be white on a sky blue background.
Funky, but not too gimmicky.
Also, has to be pretty easily available.
And Comic Sans is right out.
  1:59pm
Cecile:

I'm leaning toward Cooper Black at this point.
  2:00pm
BSI:

Dunno about your perfect typeface Cecile, but I'm still waiting for the inevitable return of BABY TEETH.
http://containerlist.glaserarchives.org/index.php?id=138
  2:01pm
Cecile:

DAMN. That would be perfect.
  2:02pm
BSI:

I used to have dozens of Chartpak (dry-transfer lettering) sheets of Baby Teeth -- Those were the days.
  2:03pm
Cecile:

I know Chartpak well.
I had Broadway Engraved and Cooper Black.
I used them for everything.
  2:04pm
Cecile:

I'm throwing caution to the wind. I'm using Pupcat!
  2:06pm
Cecile:

http://www.dafont.com/pupcat.font
  2:08pm
Joe Voltage:

Hi Bryce. Diggin the sounds. I went back to work last week. Off today and yesterday.
  2:11pm
cart:

hey, that's my brother!
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bryce:

Joe V! that's....i don't know what to feel.
  2:12pm
BSI:

That cart just shat a cake. I saw it.
  2:12pm
Carmichael:

Great setlist today, Bryce. I'm going to Udupi Cafe shortly for samosas and dosai.
  2:12pm
cart:

he ain't heavy
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bryce:

hey, carmichael!
  2:13pm
Joe Voltage:

It's good. Same shit different year. Old boss called me back.
  2:15pm
Caryn:

Nice music. Nearest Indian restaurant I know is about 2 hours drive away... Not a single one anywhere nearby.
  2:17pm
dio genesis:

someone left a cake under the wagon
  2:18pm
jk:

this is the show I needed for to end my week, thanks Bryce!
  2:18pm
G:

@Caryn: I've successfully made chicken tikka masala at home from a recipe. It's doable.

But then again, that's actually not an Indian recipe, it's a British recipe. :-)
  2:21pm
northguineahills:

lultz, BSI...
  2:21pm
Cecile:

I'm off to lunch. Have fun!
  2:22pm
BSI:

DC is good for the Indian restaurants, but terrible on the shops for groceries. Gotta schlep out to MD suburbs to get goodies for kitchen. sigh.
  2:23pm
Caryn:

@G: yeah, I've tried to do some recipes at home, but you can't even get the ingredients in the shops here. You probably could in the capital, but here in the sticks... Then again, even in Helsinki, you can't get the proper fish to make kedgeree (another British/Indian recipe), so I am somewhat doubtful about even some of the ingredients.
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bryce:

chin-chin
  2:24pm
Ike:

I have some round Thai eggplants (bought at an Indian grocery in JC) and I'm going to put them in the rotisserie. I wonder if I should cut them in half first.
  2:26pm
Mike East:

Ike - I think yes, cut them in half first.
  2:28pm
raga:

carnatic bagpipes
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bryce:

:)
  2:29pm
dio genesis:

Finally some Scottish music
  2:30pm
G:

@Caryn: i sometimes have to order less accessible (even in NYC) ingredients. why commute to a store if someone can bring the same or better to your door? most spices are small volume to value and ship well. the interwebs can be your friend. when it's not otherwise occupied with being your bully. :-)
  2:33pm
I just like their music, okay?:

we'll take another round of Guiness over here, lass
  2:33pm
I just like their music, okay?:

GUINNESS
  2:34pm
Caryn:

@G: well. see, the spices I can get my hands on. But anything else? Forget about it.
  2:34pm
Cecile:

spices are light, so the shipping isn't as dear.
Penzey's is an excellent spice shop in the US that I think ships internationally.
  2:36pm
northguineahills:

Kalustyan's on E 27th & Lex has pretty every spice you can imagine. It's pretty sad it's the only place in NYC w/ a decent selection of hot sauces.
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bryce:

wow, kalustyan's is fun....
  2:39pm
kat330:

Was that cart there all along? I'm back on "trac" and loving the Indian here in Indiana!
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bryce:

oh my god, i'm SURROUNDED by hoosiers, you have no idea...
  2:40pm
BSI:

Holy ghee-chucking batman, Bryce, this violin performance is the ultimate.
  2:41pm
kat330:

@Caryn & G: I took on an ambitious dinner party for my first foray into Indian cooking. Fortunately Lullville has a couple of great Indian groceries.
  2:41pm
G:

i've bought in kalustyan's many a time, before or after indian dinner somewhere up the street. but if i don't feel like schlepping there and back on public transit, or even taking a shower, ye olde inderwebbs is always there waiting.
  2:41pm
kat330:

@Bryce: Whaddaya mean?
  2:43pm
kat330:

Are the Hoosiers circling the Conestogas there in the studio?
  2:43pm
hip:

@Ike
no need to half 'em (if not too late). They cook in their own steam when placed (whole) in the oven. Add peppers (thick and meaty), sliced onions, cloves of garlic and some oil (+white wine or stock at will) and... yummy!!! :-)

make me hungry
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bryce:

ha! sorry, i was just thinking out loud. :)

i know and keep meeting so very many people from indiana. i'm beginning to suspect a past-life incident...
  2:47pm
kat330:

Bryce, I saw that edit flash before my eyes, heh! Well, most Hoosiers of interest migrate elsewhere, and after a year at college, next stop Greenwich Village for me.
  2:48pm
kat330:

Seriously, I don't recall that cart photo when I did my earlier drive-by. My comment was completely subconscious if it were.
  2:49pm
Caryn:

Oh lord, just read about an upstate NY bakery that is offering as a Super Bowl snack, wait for it... chicken wing cupcakes. A cornbread cupcake with blue cheese frosting and a whole chicken wing plonked on top. Don't look particularly appetizing, gotta say. I believe the Pacific Northwest still wins with its bacon & maple syrup donuts.
  2:50pm
kat330:

[though I wound up back here anyway, sigh]
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bryce:

:) nah, there's just an extra laptop with photoshop sitting here....
  2:52pm
kat330:

Well, folks, don't all be so Malthusiastic! How's it going, Caryn?
  2:52pm
Ike:

Thanks @Hip. However I might spear them and put them in a rotisserie oven that I was unexpectedly given for Xmas. (Not sure what else to do with this rotisserie since I am not a big meat eater.) Unfortunately no veggie cage or cooking basket came w/it.
  2:53pm
Caryn:

"We Are the Champions" is playing on tv. The combo with the Indian drums is enjoyable.
  2:54pm
G:

indiana wants him, lord he cant go back there. he prefers india.

great music for three hours. aabhari (thank you), as they say in the Marathi of Mumbai, fourth largest city in the world, and main answerer of end-user computer questions in the US, where math class is held to be tough.
  2:54pm
northguineahills:

Ah, I forgot to add fresh garlic. I ran out of huitlacoche (made some excellent huitlacoche potato soup (w/ fresh habaneros Sunday), so I guess I just make habanero mashed potatoes.
  2:55pm
Caryn:

@kat: oh fine, cold as hell, though. Spent the morning getting my mixtapes ready for Meghan and then walked to the post office to send them. Oh, and ran into my presidential candidate. He was in town for a rally.
  2:55pm
kat330:

Did he just say "arigato"?
  2:56pm
Brett:

OMG I loved the Indian music!!! What was the stringed instrument- violin or sarod?
  2:57pm
kat330:

Well, at least you and eastern Europe are killing the insect population properly. A stock tip in too-warm-of a-winter America: Buy big in insect repellant companies, because we're in for a buggy spring/summer.
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bryce:

hey brett! it was a violin
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bryce:

guid efternuin, all. have good weeks!
  2:58pm
kat330:

The up side is perhaps it will boost the bat and bird populations with enough food.
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bryce:

moikka
  2:59pm
kat330:

Bye, Bryce! Thanks, and I'll make it on time next week hopefully!
  3:00pm
Caryn:

Bye, all! And: hei hei, Bryce!
  3:11pm
Marmalade Kitty:

Beautiful.. far out!
  3:15pm
pierre:

fantastique
  3:18pm
pierre:

@Bryce : i found this recording as part of this collection "Ocora—Radio France" is that where it came from ?

great collection of musique and radio material by the way
http://sites.radiofrance.fr/radiofrance/kiosque/liste.php?trier=date&ac=0&support=0&theme=0&collection=21&chaine=0
  3:20pm
pierre:

(i'm talking about the Ballade d'Amar Singh avec vièles sarangi)
  3:22pm
andymorphic:

why is everybody's show starting late/going long????
  3:37pm
bryce:

hi, pierre! sorry, still need to finish the playlist :s

yup, ocora! it was on "inde: rajasthan: musiciens professionnels populaires"

man....france has done such an unrepayable favor for our species, putting such huge resources into documenting its disappearing musical output
  3:39pm
Marmalade Kitty:

I'm glad the show is running long. meat puppets!
  3:39pm
Marmalade Kitty:

I'm glad the show is running long. meat puppets!
  3:43pm
Marmalade Kitty:

Oops.. I was following Kurts show on your playlist!?great show bryce!
  6:17am
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