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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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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Mofour from the village of Zob  Walay Douroum / Walay Mépil Sla   Favoriting Cameroun: Flûtes des Monts Mandara  Ocora / Radio France  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Banda-Linda people  Whistle Ensemble   Favoriting Central African Republic  UNESCO Collection  0:12:45 (Pop-up)
Habib Bin Seliman  Mugasha   Favoriting Tanzania Instrumentals  ILAM / SWP  0:15:48 (Pop-up)
Habib Bin Seliman  Lukiza   Favoriting Tanzania Instrumentals  ILAM / SWP  0:18:39 (Pop-up)
?  Hymne avec beganna   Ethiopie: Polyphonies Vocales et Instrumentales  Ocora / Radio France  0:21:38 (Pop-up)
?  Musique de Tej Beit   Ethiopie: Polyphonies Vocales et Instrumentales  Ocora / Radio France  0:24:47 (Pop-up)
?  Wub Allem "Beautiful World"   Ethiopian Urban and Tribal Music, vol. 1  Rounder Records  0:27:57 (Pop-up)
Toni Iordache  Baladă Haiducească   Favoriting Souffles de l'Âme: Balkan Blues  Network  0:32:47 (Pop-up)
Vasile Vasilescu  Cântec de Masă   Favoriting Souffles de l'Âme: Balkan Blues  Network  0:32:47 (Pop-up)
Ion Petre Stoican  Hora de la Costanţa   Favoriting Souffles de l'Âme: Balkan Blues  Network  0:32:47 (Pop-up)
Sándor Déki Lakatos  A Pacsirta   Favoriting Hungary: Gypsy Violins  Quint Records / Harmonia Mundi  0:42:57 (Pop-up)
Taraf de Haïdouks  Tambal Solo   Favoriting Dumbala Dumba  Crammed Discs  0:47:37 (Pop-up)
Taraf de Haïdouks  Ardeleneasca   Favoriting Musiqe des Tziganes de Roumanie  Crammed Discs  0:51:57 (Pop-up)
Ion Manole, Constantin Sandu, Gheorghe Manole, & Marin Sandu  De Lamandicǎ   Favoriting Romania: Wedding Music from Wallachia  Auvidis Ethnic  0:57:00 (Pop-up)
 
Vintilă Budilică, Daniel Căta, Lulică Budulică, Ion Boca, Ionel Budulică  Cântec de Nunta, Caluşul Oltenescă, Sârba   Favoriting Romania  Silex / Auvidis  1:05:03 (Pop-up)
Dan Vainicu  Foaie Verde de Salcuţă   Favoriting Romania  Silex / Auvidis  1:08:02 (Pop-up)
Nicolae Guţă  Pale Amende Si Abeau   Favoriting Romania  Silex / Auvidis  1:10:21 (Pop-up)
Tchavolo Schmitt  Haïde Tchavolo   Favoriting Gypsy Swing  World Music Network  1:12:55 (Pop-up)
Szászcsávás Band  Cigány Csárdás És Szökő   Favoriting Instrumental Folk Music from Transylvania  Quint Records / Harmonia Mundi  1:16:13 (Pop-up)
Szászcsávás Band  Cigány Asztali Hallgató És Mulató   Favoriting Instrumental Folk Music from Transylvania  Quint Records / Harmonia Mundi  1:20:30 (Pop-up)
Vielleux du Bourbonnais  Conscription   Favoriting Hurdy-Gurdies and Bagpipes  Auvidis Ethnic  1:28:14 (Pop-up)
Efisio Melis & Antonio Lara  Fiuda Allegra e Punt'e organu - part II   Favoriting Italia 2: Atlante di Musica Tradizionale  Felmay  1:32:19 (Pop-up)
Third Ear Band  Ghetto Raga   Favoriting Alchemy  BGO  1:35:47 (Pop-up)
Deuter  Krishna Eating Fish and Chips   Favoriting D  Kuckuck Schallplatten / E.R.P. Musikverlag  1:46:56 (Pop-up)
 
Et Cetera  Raga   Favoriting   Long Hair Music  1:57:46 (Pop-up)
N.A.D.M.A.  Dabya   Favoriting Uno Zingaro di Atlante con un Fiore a New York  Alga Marghen  2:14:06 (Pop-up)
Insieme Musica Diversa  Consequenza 1 / Per Quaranta   Favoriting Insieme Musica Diversa  Die Schachtel  2:20:57 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  12:15pm
βrian:

When flutes go pronking ...
  12:15pm
George of Troy:

Hola Bryce and listeners!
  12:16pm
Marmalade kitty:

hello Bryce! great start! love this
  12:16pm
Mr Donut:

If fairies had traffic jams ...
  12:19pm
D in Miami:

Hi Bryce! I was just listening to that Sacred Flutes of New Guinea collection last night. So flutes it is!
  12:20pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

D in Miami, can one have too many flutes in one's life?
  12:22pm
BSI:

I lost my place on the lyric sheet.
  12:23pm
Miss Slimslacks:

This sounds like me when I wake up and yell out the window at the people
  12:24pm
Miss Slimslacks:

This show is rockin and knockin the socks off all the good people in the retirement home and beyond!
  12:24pm
WFMU Transcriptionist:

Screw this, I quit.
  12:24pm
Miss Slimslacks:

Me too
  12:25pm
D in Miami:

Never too many flutes. Flute Loops for breakfast, flute salads, passion flute for dessert. So many flutes!
  12:25pm
Miss Slimslacks:

That seems gourmet.
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bryce:

loobaloobaloobaloobaloooo
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Thom Yorke:

Is The Record Skipping, Please?
  12:28pm
Looms:

Hello there! Dig these sounds :)
  12:29pm
D in Miami:

Beganna: http://img124.imageshack.us/img124/1961/krarethiopiaya8.jpg
  12:30pm
pierre:

Bonjour Bryce ☕
  12:31pm
W in NJ:

Go Bryce!
  12:32pm
D in Miami:

I think this is the same recording from that Passion:Sources album based on P. Gabriel's Last Temptation of Christ.
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bryce:

hey, pierre! hey, allll
  12:36pm
D in Miami:

Do all Tej Beits in Ethiopia have this cool of music?
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bryce:

i bought some bootleg tej in DC once.....it was pretty, uh....brut
  12:40pm
βrian:

Pierre, you may ward off Mitt with your "hot drink" glyph.
  12:42pm
BSI:

You scored tej on the wrong block, Bryce. That was the stuff they cut for English majors and taxidermists. I was gonna say something, but, you know...
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bryce:

totally cured my tapeworms!
  12:49pm
Dead Corporate Eyes*:

Instrumentals are like songs without words
  12:50pm
D in Miami:

You should dust your tape collection a little more often and those pesky tapeworms won't have time to multiply.
  12:51pm
Farmer Giles:

Get orf my land gypos!
  12:53pm
Sokratis Papastathopoulos:

The first 3 letters of the Greek alphabet are IOU
  12:57pm
perrin:

I'd eat warthog anus for some traditional music in 11/8 time
  1:00pm
perrin:

I had a dream where I was playing tabla and I was happy since I had two beta57a's and I had just stabbed the harmonium with a sharpened stature of buddha.
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bryce:

perrin!!!
  1:02pm
Sokratis Papastathopoulos:

I love my goat
  1:03pm
perrin:

bryce!!!! glad your stil around. don't know why I would have thought otherwise, but things happen.
  1:04pm
Horseplay:

I'll Have Another scratched for the Belmont. Owner's stated reason: swollen leg came back. There are many alternate speculative theories...
  1:06pm
Carmichael:

Hey Bryce! I saw Taraf De Haidouks a few years ago, along with Bireli Legrene. Fabulous evening.
  1:07pm
perrin:

for a rather large donation to WFMU can you compel KenzodB to make sure that everytime I post a comment the two numbers I add together are all from the Perrin integer sequence http://goo.gl/gZqi1
  1:08pm
Canine:

I'd prefer the perro sequence.
  1:08pm
still b/p:

Ahhp. I missed Taraf de Haidouks. Take me out beyond the paddock and shoot me.
  1:09pm
Valerie:

The Perrine sequence is a knockout.
  1:11pm
perrin:

canine - you are an idiot. try checking your integer sequence ideas at http://oeis.org/ before opening your oddly misshapen mouth which is too small for your Neanderthal head
  1:12pm
Canine:

arf!
  1:13pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

math may be important, but it sickens me.
  1:15pm
D in Miami:

I choose the dutch windmill graph.
  1:16pm
perrin:

DCE - if you are in anyway good looking (in a traditional western female heterosexual framework) I would be beyond myself with joy to share the intellectually orgasmic mind f*ck that is math. If not, well, I've heard toilet cleaning does not require much math skill.
  1:17pm
Canine:

I adore bitches :)
  1:18pm
Carmichael:

One of the famous Schmitt family. I saw Dorado and his son Samson at the same concert. Gypsy jazz!!
  1:21pm
northguineahills:

I prefer mathematical paradoxes. Such as Painter's Paradox (Gabriel's horn). An object that has infinite surface area but finite volume. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Painter%27s_paradox#The_Painter.27s_Paradox
  1:22pm
perrin:

DCE - I will gently rub oil gently squeezed from the pituitary glands of dead anthropologists all over your sick body, using sacred fractal geometry and the non-linear fluid dynamics of a low R fluid mixing interface in order to not only cure your sickness but make you fertile for an ever increasing diet of advanced mathematics which will allow you to get a job on wall street as a hedge fund trader and then you can purchase that house in rye and the audi convertible that you have always wanted. free your math, and your ass will follow.
  1:23pm
Carmichael:

Make sure to rub in a Brownian motion.
  1:25pm
perrin:

http://goo.gl/YRpXA
  1:26pm
?:

@perrin: u r HOTT!!!
  1:28pm
too much coffee:

actually that Garbriel's Horn thingy isn't a "paradox"
  1:28pm
D in Miami:

I'm a painter and I have never run into that pair a docks.
  1:28pm
too much coffee:

but I think everyone here knew that already
  1:31pm
stefica:

any Lajko Felix on deck?
  1:32pm
northguineahills:

yeah, it's just a special case.
  1:35pm
pierre:

sounds like some french folk music, is that right ?
  1:35pm
Canine:

Math bitches split infinitives. Free your writing skills, and your ass will follow :)
  1:36pm
D in Miami:

Careful you should fall while playing Gabriel's horn.
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bryce:

hey, stefica! pierre, yes!
  1:37pm
Blowzabella:

Wonderful music right now!
  1:37pm
pierre:

Then i think it would be spelled "Vielleux" instead of "Vielleyx"
  1:38pm
too much coffee:

and please don't play leapfrog with Gabriel's Horn, either
  1:38pm
fridaythen:

Hi Bryce, I know you already have your playlist worked out
('cough'), but anything by Michala Petri would be ok. Great show, as always.
  1:38pm
Sokratis Papastathopoulos:

I hate portmanteus. Anyone who uses one is a twunt.
  1:39pm
D in Miami:

I guess since it goes to infinity, you wouldn't feel the first part pass through the back of your head.
  1:41pm
northguineahills:

lawl, D in Miami.
  1:41pm
Pinard:

I think portmanteus is a cheap portuguese export wine for the grocery store market ...
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bryce:

whoopsidoodle...rubber fingers.....
my ass has barely known chair today
  1:42pm
Canine:

that's "portmateus"
  1:42pm
Blowzabella:

Picard, excellent!
  1:42pm
Lost Portmanteus Player:

Twun't there when I looked.
  1:43pm
Hugo:

Third Ear Band! When was the last time you heard that on the radio? Don't answer ...
  1:43pm
Blowzabella:

Oops, that's Pinard.
  1:44pm
northguineahills:

watching Poland-Greece right now. Some Rembetika or other music from either place would be apropos.
  1:44pm
perrin:

ghetto raga. hella rad. you rock hard, bryce too bad about the unfortunate bath salt chain saw Orchiectomy episode in florida
  1:45pm
perrin:

remember back in the old days when "greek" meant something else entirely. god I'm old. I keep waiting for the meteor with my name on it.
  1:45pm
Pinard:

Poland-Greece. Now there's a portmanteau for you.
  1:48pm
D in Miami:

Portman's Toe?
  1:48pm
da poleece:

I'll be watching you, Pinard.
  1:49pm
Hugo:

Portland Grease?
  1:49pm
Pinard:

Greece your Poland call it good.
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bryce:

bath salts, "A POTENT NEW FORM OF LSD"!!!!!!!
  1:49pm
D in Miami:

Pole And Grease.
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bryce:

hey, hugo!
  1:50pm
old timer:

when I was young, bath salts were salts you put in your bath to soften your tough hide.
  1:51pm
bruceleh:

as if the old form of LSD wasn't potent enough?
  1:51pm
D in Miami:

I don't know why he had to use bath salts, when we've got plenty of saltwater here to soften his tough ass.
  1:53pm
the next dining fad:

"naked lunches": eyeballs and noses served al vore
  1:54pm
Mike East:

Lunch? Did someone say lunch?
  1:55pm
the next dining fad:

...and the endless cycle continues...
  2:00pm
northguineahills:

Just made myself some udon w/ wakame, egg, fish sauce, sesame oil, hon tsuyu, ichimi togarashi, and serrano chilis. it's good!
  2:02pm
Hugo:

@bryce: Recommended if you don't have it.

http://s.dsimg.com/image/R-728266-1301552596.jpeg
  2:07pm
perrin:

I just thought of good name for the band I'm putting together for burning man:

In leu of agreed upon cash payment how about I shove this SM58 so far up your cunt I can hear the dying gurgles of the last leper you fucked in the backstage portopotty"
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bryce:

i don't have it! but i've been dying to hear more of his buchla stuff. "In The Beginning" isn't on that, is it?
  2:07pm
perrin:

oddly, sometimes indian raga's do not put me in the best of moods.
  2:08pm
Canine:

arf!
  2:08pm
Canine:

perrin's on the raga
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bryce:

hahaa, i've never seen aggro perrin before :)
  2:09pm
Pinard:

Grilled squid with lemon grass, lettuce, tomato, mint leaves, onion, lime juice and ... spices.
  2:11pm
Hugo:

http://www.discogs.com/David-Rosenboom--Donald-Buchla-Collaboration-In-Performance/release/728266

The long piece on the second side is wonderful. Very Terry Rileyish ...
  2:11pm
Hugo:

Word food ...
  2:13pm
perrin:

every now and again I see buchla wandering around like a catatonic smurf mumbling to himself in the north berkeley hills. What is the question you want me to ask him?
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bryce:

ask him if he can lower the price on his modules
  2:15pm
perrin:

I'll pretend its 1967 and I'll steal them from his garage. seriously, tell me what you need and I'll get a good price from him (I trade him speakers for gigs every now and again, really)
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bryce:

hugo,....seeing the song titles is joggin my memory...it might be in the library?

do you know if that piece, "in the beginning," was released on another album? a bit of it was included on "gravikords, whirlies, & pyrophones," if you ever came across that comp.
  2:15pm
asparagus:

Wolfgang Dauner! Amazing
  2:15pm
asparagus:

Wolfgang Dauner! Amazing
  2:17pm
northguineahills:

Pinard, I think you just inspired me to buy some squid to cook this weekend.
  2:17pm
Hugo:

Don't know. I'll make a note of it.
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bryce:

it's really nice, counterpointy, but harmonically interesting, sorta dissonant. apparently, performed by mr. moog and mr. buchla. something about it tickles my brain
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bryce:

hola, spargel
  2:20pm
amazed:

we all need a buchla-broker
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bryce:

perrin, uh...........one of everything?
  2:23pm
Hugo:

This one?

http://www.discogs.com/Various-Gravikords-Whirlies-Pyrophones-Experimental-Musical-Instruments/release/626936
  2:24pm
bruceleh:

Ah, the music of my people...
  2:27pm
kat330:

@horseplay: Rigged!!
This kind of sounds like a horse snorting on my system.
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bryce:

hugo, yeah, that's the one!

bruceleh, you're italian?!
  2:29pm
perrin:

bryce -- sure, since I have missed your birthday since, well, I don't think I ever knew when your birthday was, and you made me the fucking coolest wedding gift ever, next time I see buchla I'll ask him how much he would sell me a rig for and then I'll very gently shove a lubricated SM58 up my ass until he lowers the price to a reasonable abount. If memory serves you are turing 35 in a couple of years, so hold on to your horns!
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bryce:

hahaa, you must have a line on cardioids too

blew past 35 3 years & two weeks ago, FOR THE PUBLIC RECORD
  2:32pm
seang:

i'm sure it's around here somewhere
  2:35pm
Carmichael:

No time for Nepalese today, dammit. Settle for some street tacos.
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bryce:

hugo, that rosenboom piece...
wfmu.org...
  2:36pm
bruceleh:

Hell No!
Native NYer Jewboy!
"music of my people" = music that weirdos like
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bryce:

hahaaa, that's what i thought! thought i had to audit the SECRET HISTORIES I KEEP ON ALL WFMU PLAYLIST COMMENTERS for a minute there
  2:41pm
Hugo:

Thanks, Bryce. I'll check it out.

Got this thing in the post:

http://bit.ly/LtTHiX

Now gotta figure out how to use it ...
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bryce:

UH OHHHH
  2:46pm
northguineahills:

I've never had Nepalese before. I've had Tibetan. Carmichael, where is your Nepalese restaurant?
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bryce:

a bunch in jackson heights!
  2:48pm
Ken From Hyde Park:

Insieme Musica Diversa = Insane Clown Posse ?
  2:54pm
Hugo:

@ngh: Had dhal bat in Biratnagar a few years back (for lunch).
  2:54pm
Marmalade kitty:

wfmu on the blink
  2:54pm
Carmichael:

It's here in Sacramento, called Namaste Nepal. I don't understand the difference betwen Indian and Nepalese. It must be very subtle.
  2:55pm
Traffic Cop:

I clocked you at over 38. Do you know the speed limit in New York City?
  2:56pm
Commenters:

We thought Ken sits in his office all day updating those secret histories???
  2:57pm
George of Troy:

This posse of insanely musically diverse clowns is really quite good.
  2:58pm
Dead Corporate Eyes:

I love the passing of the baton between these two shows.
  2:59pm
Commenters:

For Kurbrycest's sake!!!
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