Favoriting Bryce: Playlist from November 30, 2012 Favoriting

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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 November 30, 2012

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Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
Robbie Basho  The Hajj / Khatum   Favoriting Song of the Stallion    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Jack Rose  Red Horse   Favoriting Red Horse, White Mule    0:07:07 (Pop-up)
Paul Metzger  Gedanken Splitter   Favoriting Gedanken=Splitter    0:23:14 (Pop-up)
Joe Morris  Plexus   Favoriting Elsewhere    0:42:35 (Pop-up)
Grachan Moncur III  Tiny Temper   Favoriting Aco Dei de Madrugada    0:50:58 (Pop-up)
 
Bernard Parmegiani  Jazzex   Favoriting Pop'eclectic    0:58:29 (Pop-up)
Miya Masakoa, Tom Nunn, & Gino Robair  One / Two   Favoriting Crepuscular Music    1:15:19 (Pop-up)
Toshi Ichiyanagi, Michael Ranta, & Takehisa Kosugi  part 2   Favoriting Improvisation Sep. 1975    1:31:05 (Pop-up)
Toshi Ichiyanagi    Opera from the Works of Tadanori Yokoo    1:54:41 (Pop-up)
 
Thuja  Fable 2   Favoriting Fable  Jewelled Antler Library, vol. 10  2:17:16 (Pop-up)
Loren Chase  Green Laughter   Favoriting   Jewelled Antler Library, vol. 1  2:29:41 (Pop-up)
Uton  Zwuij 1   Favoriting Zwuij  Jewelled Antler Library, vol. 7  2:47:48 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  12:11pm
Carmichael:

Hi Bryce. Make that ax talk, Robbie!
  12:11pm
andymorphic:

its like the first footprint in freshly fallen snow
  12:12pm
andymorphic:

aww
  12:12pm
DCE:

that snow's gonna be all different colors by 3pm!
  12:12pm
pierre:

I'm opening a beer a s I type this.
Bonsoir Bryce !
Et santé tout le monde !
Avatar 12:14pm
bryce:

hi, all!
  12:15pm
G:

nice segue from scott's last track...
Avatar 12:16pm
bryce:

never know which way scott's gonna steer the ship...
  12:16pm
BSI:

Pierre: that procedure takes at least three hands! Thou art super-human!
  12:17pm
DCE:

well, he could be using his teeth to open the bottle, and his toes to type...thus requiring no hands. But I agree, that is still super-human!
  12:18pm
pierre:

@BSI : I must say, it is beer in a can, therefore one hand's typing, while the other's openning. But then i'm using both hands to pour the beverage in a glass, as it must always be done.
  12:18pm
G:

yeah, scott puts the "c" *and* the "t" in eclectic...
  12:23pm
DCE:

gotdamn that's some nice pickin'
  12:28pm
Mike East:

really digging this track. I got nervous for a minute that I was listening to Irene's show and this whole week had been a hallucination.
  12:29pm
ERD:

Got any of that Sandy Bull thing where he talks to the drum machine?
Avatar 12:31pm
bryce:

hahaa rhythm ace!
  12:34pm
ERD:

I like how he treated Rhythm Ace like a real person. If Sandy wouldn't have died in 2001, he would have been totally set when the robots take over.
  12:36pm
ERD:

(take note Metzger!!!!! !!! !!)
  12:41pm
pierre:

"Rasho Bobbie", would be a cool name
  12:51pm
Cheri Pi:

Damn Bryce, this is your "Bitches Brew" show..
  12:52pm
Cheri Pi:

Let's talk about lunch, I just had a delicious Vietnamese vermicelli noodle dish w/ tofu, as well as a vegetarian Banh Mi sandwich. I am so gastronomically pleased tight now. I just wish I could drink beer in my cubicle at this very moment.
  12:53pm
DCE:

5th day in a row of spinach/tortellini soup. I grow weary.
  12:54pm
DCE:

we are getting a new Thai restaurant right down the street from my house soon. also, KFC (where I held my very first employment) is being converted to Chipotle. Not that I'll ever go THERE.
  12:55pm
Husband Man:

I just had a peanut butter and honey sandwich. I have had two a day off and on for most of my life. I can drink beer in my office, but I think I'll hold off.
  12:55pm
tim from champaign:

Cheri - Sounds great. there's a Vietnamese joint in my town that also offers veggie style Viet dishes including veggie pho on the weekend. The owner also has a ramen shop a few blocks away from where I work. Fresh ramen now comes with all the dishes.
  12:57pm
tim from champaign:

Tonight I'm going to make couscous with sauteed veggies, fried tofu and kim chi. I'm not sure if it will work but sounds good to me now.
  12:58pm
DCE:

(Joe Morris track was an absolute inspiration)
  12:59pm
Marmalade Kitty:

@Pierre; It's wise not to take too many chances near the keyboard! Thats why I cover mine with cellophane wrap ;)
  1:01pm
Cheri Pi:

Oh how I'd love a ramen shop here with veggie options, here's an article you may find amusing from my homeland targeting lady ramen lovers.: http://blog.japantimes.co.jp/japan-pulse/new-style-ramen-targets-female-noodle-lovers/
  1:02pm
pierre:

@ MK : I hear you, that's some good advice. Fortunately, I have a desk and (sort of) drinking station, where I come and go by rolling on the floor on my desk chair. Which is practical and fun !

And for diner, I'm consedering home made tomato sauce and pastas.
  1:02pm
Marmalade Kitty:

Howard Hughes style!
  1:02pm
Andrew Waterloo:

love Grachan Moncur III
  1:05pm
northguineahills:

Ughh, I haven't been to the grocer's in nearly 3 weeks (was gone for a week). I don't even have udon (which I crave right now). I have some refried beans, an egg and some suspiciously old tortillas. oh, and some potatoes that have sprouted eyes. I guess I'm going to the store after my appointment in an hour.
  1:05pm
Marmalade Kitty:

Mmm! Pierre :)
  1:08pm
tim from champaign:

Cheri - that is amusing. Those soups wouldn't appeal to my carnivorous wife. She likes her ramen with lots o pork and beef out of a steaming styrofoam cup.
  1:11pm
Cheri Pi:

She's the real deal Tim!!
  1:12pm
Marmalade Kitty:

drink! drink! wherever you maybe!
  1:21pm
Mike East:

I made a fantastic minestrone last week with the turkey stock I made from thanksgiving. Lots of veggies. Also started it with some pancetta and jamon serrano, though. Frying up some tofu this weekend sounds like a good idea.
  1:26pm
northguineahills:

Stop talking about food until I go to the store! I'm already hungry!
  1:26pm
Keepin' It Real:

"veggies" is baby talk :)
  1:34pm
dcp@:

I hear you Cheri π -- I eat miso soup with noodles almost every morning made with a veggie dashi: porcini mushrooms+kombu. You can't find good veggie noodles out though...
  1:41pm
DCE:

oh flash where u go now girl?
  1:45pm
Cheri Pi:

that' sounds delish dcp@!
  1:48pm
still b/p:

Just ate strudel for lunch! Only strudel!
  1:53pm
Loren:

love this, thanks!
  1:54pm
DCE:

gotta have a nice hot caffeinated beverage with strudel, still b/p; it's the law.
  1:57pm
dcp@:

I make a batch of dashi and freeze it in cup portions with tofu and green onion in it. So I thaw in the microwave, cook up some ramen or whatever, add some miso, and watakshi wa inu des!
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bryce:

no prob, loren! :)
  2:01pm
amEdeo:

Oh jeez the people downstairs are playing the James Bond theme on their piano and I'm running out of beans upstairs.
  2:01pm
tim from champaign:

Ramen for breakfast sounds so great. I'm going to try that this upcoming week. A number of Chinese restaurants around town have been making their authentic menus available to the general public. I've been totally digging mala dishes - dry spiced dishes with szechwan peppercorns.
  2:01pm
Cheri Pi:

good idea, I always make veggie stock to freeze, must try your method this weekend.
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bryce:

there is a hidden connection in all things, amEdeo
  2:03pm
dcp@:

make the dashi like fish version but when you take the kombu out, cook the porcinis for a while. It ain't no bonito dashi but it works.
  2:03pm
dcp@:

..I feel like I've said too much...
  2:06pm
amEdeo:

If I reenact scenes from "Goldfinger" using my remaining beans, will the people downstairs go out and get groceries for me?
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bryce:

you can never say too much about umami
  2:07pm
amEdeo:

Or is the truth far more heinous and legume-filled?
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bryce:

i just think that piano has too few beans
  2:10pm
amEdeo:

Oh I can fix that. Just like me to overcomplicate things with bean reenactment. All I need is something to distract them with.
  2:13pm
green mountain man mark:

We are going to have a new plower this winter. He is a black belt in karate. He is also one of the instructors at my daughter's karate studio. She is testing for her own black belt this weekend. I need to take down the clothesline ropes so he can have a clear path to push the snow. I also need to move our little cargo trailer to the back of the yard. I also need to finish building an outdoor pen for our roosters. They are fine in the garage pen I have for them but I am sure they would like to be outside to get some sun at times. How is that for a non food comment posting and stream of consciousness writing?
Avatar 2:14pm
bryce:

that was very good!
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bryce:

it still made me think about food though
  2:16pm
?:

"applesauce."
  2:18pm
amEdeo:

Oh that was me. Hey there, Swan Lake.
  2:19pm
βrian:

This music makes me think of brussel sprouts braised in soy, honey, ginger, and lime. (Little glazed alien heads.)
  2:20pm
amEdeo:

yes. Yes. YES! YESSS! YESSSSS!!!!
TAKE THE CARROTS AND DRILL THEM RIGHT INTO MY TEMPLES!
  2:20pm
G:

Black Swan Lake
  2:20pm
Marmalade Kitty:

think about eating food off of someones head, should put you off for a while :)
  2:21pm
amEdeo:

Do they have hair, MK?
  2:21pm
radiobelly:

fuck, good stuff
  2:22pm
βrian:

The dog's tail wags; what of the cow's?
  2:23pm
green mountain man mark:

I got a guinea hen a couple of weeks ago from a coworker. I was planning on cooking it for a party. I had never experienced a guinea hen before. It turns out they are very fats and wild like. Not like chickens at all. Chickens will usually let you pick them up and be slow. The guinea took off as soon as I opened the cage and it flew off. I tried to chase it but failed to catch it. I called neighbors and let them know to be on the look out for a guinea hen. Nobody has reported back to me about a sighting. Someone may have found it and cooked it. Or a skunk may have attacked it.
  2:25pm
Guinea Hen:

Better than the chopping block and the pot. With a skunk I have a fighting chance :)
  2:28pm
Jeff:

When the cow's tail rises, you don't want to be too near.
  2:28pm
Cow:

Pie , anyone? :)
  2:29pm
βrian:

That's wealth redistribution. A good thing. It makes the grass grow.
Avatar 2:29pm
bryce:

tell that to the masa'i
  2:30pm
green mountain man mark:

One time, early in the morning, say 3am, I happened to be awake and downstairs in our living room. I heard the two roosters in the garage making quite the fuss and clucking as if being plucked alive. I went out there and guess what I saw? A skunk was in there and walking around. I don't think the skunk even knew about the chickens. But the chickens sure knew about the skunk.
  2:31pm
βrian:

One doesn't need to teach a skunk to suck eggs.
  2:32pm
Guinea Hen:

Are the chickens still alive?

Yes? Point proven.
  2:38pm
amEdeo:

.
  2:39pm
radiobelly:

bryce, you are changing my mood from yuck to yes!
Avatar 2:44pm
bryce:

hot damn!
  2:44pm
green mountain man mark:

I like to get raw milk from local farms. Jersey cow milk is my preference. Sometimes I get goats milk. It is not as easy as it should be to get raw milk. Now the farm I have been getting the milk from has decided not to do it. Yesterday I drove about 12 miles away to get a couple of gallons of raw Jersey cow milk. Whilst there I noticed a little sign on the table you where you pay (the honor system kind of paying where the farmer is not around) that said bulk milk deal 4 gallons for $15. Ask Bob first. Next time I go I will be asking Bob about this bulk milk deal.
  2:46pm
Soul Patch:

I'm awake, bro!
  2:46pm
Just sayin:

Oh man, if this keeps up I'm going to have to switch over to FUV.
  2:47pm
βrian:

Wisconsin has outlawed the sale of raw milk. It displeases corporations.
  2:47pm
Soul Patch:

Yo I'm going to a wicked awesome show at the Barclays Cener bro!
  2:47pm
radiobelly:

bryce did you hear NPR today on Peony Pavillion, it will play at the MET, lots of bird garden stuff
  2:48pm
βrian:

I like my laughter green.
  2:49pm
Just sayin:

You know what you're problem is, Brian? You're happy.
  2:50pm
green mountain man mark:

Yes. I can go to any grocery store and find/buy raw chickens and many other raw meats but can't get raw milk. The FDA trusts people to be able to understand how to cook raw meat properly but for another reason it thinks that raw milk is way beyond the ability of citizens to handle safely.
  2:50pm
βrian:

I hate it when that happens. Or I try to ...
  2:51pm
radiobelly:

tonights the live HD webcast
  2:57pm
dcp@:

guess what. I have to go to a meeting. Great noise bryce, thanks.
  2:58pm
βrian:

a late winter's thaw
the outhouse softly rumbles
brown pillar falling
  2:58pm
Mike East:

do you cook raw milk when you buy it raw, or just drink it straight?
  3:00pm
green mountain man mark:

You can cook the milk by boiling it and make cheeses. Or drink it raw. The same freedom you may have when buying raw hamburger meat. Cook it or eat it raw.
  3:01pm
Soul Patch:

WHAT!
  3:02pm
dave:

Kurt's not here, man
  3:02pm
still b/p:

Did the piano finally get beans of the right type and quantity?

http://tinyurl.com/d4ucycl
  3:02pm
G:

There's a technique to microphones?
  3:03pm
DCE:

"bile beans", you say
  3:03pm
Looms:

WFMU DJs = "very wise guys"?
  3:16pm
radiobelly:

get you opera on!
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