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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 December 21, 2012

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Pork Queen  Strang Four   Favoriting Strang  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Allan Bryant  Space Train   Favoriting Space Guitars  0:16:59 (Pop-up)
Yoshi Wada  Off The Wall   Favoriting Off The Wall  0:29:16 (Pop-up)
 
Blacklight Braille  Yuletide Greeting / Tonight the Mummers   Favoriting Greet the Fool  1:10:07 (Pop-up)
  Blancas Novidades     1:13:26 (Pop-up)
Hybrid Kids  Deck the Halls + Go Tell It on the Mountain   Favoriting Claws  1:20:56 (Pop-up)
Träd Gräs och Stenar  All Power to the People   Favoriting Träd Gräs och Stenar  1:29:28 (Pop-up)
Pärson Sound  One Quiet Afternoon (In the King's Garden)   Favoriting Pärson Sound  1:36:09 (Pop-up)
Brast Burn  Debon part 1   Favoriting Brast Burn  1:48:05 (Pop-up)
Caetano Veloso  De Conversa   Favoriting Araçá Azul  2:10:24 (Pop-up)
Walter Franco  Me Deixe Mudo   Favoriting Ou Não  2:15:58 (Pop-up)
Phil Ochs  The Crucifixon   Favoriting Pleasures of the Harbor  2:22:43 (Pop-up)
Diane Cluck  Hold Together   Favoriting Oh Vanille Ova Nil  2:31:50 (Pop-up)
Arvo Pärt  Fratres for Violin, Strings and Percussion   Favoriting The Silence of Being  2:37:16 (Pop-up)
Taraf de Haïdouks  Tot Taraful   Favoriting Dumbala Dumba  2:47:58 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  12:08pm
Carmichael:

Pork Queen, mmmm ... I shall dine upon pork for my luncheon.
  12:10pm
Miss Piggy:

HANDS OFF, YOU!
  12:10pm
Ike:

There's nobody else at work, so I'm blasting this.
Avatar 12:11pm
bryce:

they can hide a camera in grout
  12:12pm
Marmalade kitty:

Libertines?
  12:13pm
amEdeo:

I kneel at your alter. Bring forth the beans. My can opener is magnificent and its name is Nat Kang Coal.
  12:15pm
BSI:

Gnat Kinkos?
Avatar 12:16pm
bryce:

thanks for joining my rock-n-guitar xmas party!
Avatar 12:32pm
bryce:

*bagpipe party
  12:33pm
George of Troy:

How is everyone's apocalypse going?
  12:35pm
Sandy in Houston:

I liked the last apocalypse better.
  12:42pm
Carmichael:

It's 9:45 in the morning and still dark here. How am I supposed to see the bloody thing?
  12:42pm
oule:

...no more wine: it's apérocalypse
  1:00pm
Mike East:

can you play Wind of Change by the Beegees? I woke up with that in my head. Otherwise, these bagpipes will be just fine. Thanks.
  1:03pm
still b/p:

Adding the word "party" to "bagpipe" is redundant, I'm sure.
  1:05pm
BSI:

Whereas adding "bagpipe" to anything = PARTY.
Avatar 1:07pm
bryce:

eczema BAGPIPE!
  1:08pm
still b/p:

That's one of the two equations describing how the universe works.
  1:09pm
jdelz:

the time is just flying by
  1:11pm
Carmichael:

It started raining like a bastard here about 5 minutes ago. Dark clouds, huge thunder and the sounds of bagpipes.
  1:11pm
Cecile:

I would like to hear Mele Kalikamaka or bagpipes.
  1:15pm
Cecile:

also, the King by Steeleye Span was a traditional carol that accompanyied carollers carrying a dead robin in a box as a token of winter
  1:15pm
Thom Yorke:

Is This A Genre?
  1:16pm
BSI:

gah, Cecile, earworm now deployed.
Avatar 1:17pm
bryce:

stop making bee gees jokes!
  1:17pm
Cecile:

the Cherry Tree Carol is also darkly hilarious. Shirley collins does a great version
  1:18pm
Cecile:

it's the Hawaaian way of driving you insaner, BSI.
  1:18pm
BSI:

sew up your horse's hide, and bring some drink to me...
  1:19pm
BSI:

not the same thing but equally festive(?)
  1:24pm
chris m.:

"Tracy! Stop putting those drumsticks up your nose! You don't know where they've been."
  1:30pm
common:

this is nice and insane
  1:33pm
steve:

bryce Xmas show delivers!
  1:36pm
steve:

do you have any Christmas music made exclusively with cheese or vegetables?
  1:37pm
still b/p:

Any Williams used to do this number every year on his Christmas specials.
  1:38pm
still b/p:

Andy...not just Any...
  1:38pm
Carmichael:

Just before he gave the cookie to the bear.
  1:39pm
(dead?) Looms:

12-21-2012, 19:38 PM
OH MY GOD! IT'S THE END OF THE Week and work for me now.
HOLIDAYS!!!! :)
  1:43pm
Looms:

aoutch! meant 7:38 PM (when will the 24 hours finally used on clocks in the US?)
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bryce:

steve, people that make music exclusively on vegetables or cheese seem mostly secular. it makes no sense.
  1:44pm
Carmichael:

We can't figure out the metric system, Looms. Don't ask us to count past 12.
  1:45pm
Looms:

he he, I knew that ;)
  1:47pm
Cecile:

Looms, police, computers, media traffic contol people, internet bulletin boards and the military in the US use the 24 hour clock.
  1:47pm
Carmichael:

Aren't Parson Sound and Trad Gras och Stenar basically the same people?
Avatar 1:47pm
bryce:

youtu.be...
youtu.be...
Avatar 1:49pm
bryce:

carmichael, yeah, more or less
Avatar 1:50pm
bryce:

ditto "harvester"
  1:53pm
Carmichael:

Oh yeah, international harvester.
  1:54pm
Cheri Pi:

I missed commenting on Pärson Sound ! "Pärson Sound!!"
  1:55pm
steve:

damn... those veggies sound incredible.
  1:55pm
Cheri Pi:

Yes Carms, they're the same.
  1:56pm
Looms:

@Cecile: I didn't knew that. AM means "after midday", right? PM could mean "past midnight" so it's kind of a problem for brainless francophone dudes like myself.
  1:57pm
DCE:

ante meridium and post meridium, I believe, Looms
  1:58pm
Cecile:

No, AM means ante meridian - before noon. PM means post meridian - after noon.
  1:58pm
DCE:

I spake Anglishish
  1:58pm
Looms:

I'll keep it in mind. Let's cook...
  1:59pm
Cecile:

meridium, I stand corrected.
it still means noon.
  2:00pm
DCE:

I'm in the very awkward position at work of having lots to get done by the end of the year but having to wait on everybody else before I can go any further.
  2:01pm
BSI:

OR, "Articulate Marmoset" and "Palpable Mayonnaise," if you want to live in my head for a minute.
  2:02pm
Andrew Waterloo:

I was at work but after running into some issues my boss turned around and said, well then lets just go home.
  2:03pm
northguineahills:

Brast Burn, how did I miss that!
  2:03pm
nic:

crazy great show_glad the world is still here
  2:04pm
DCE:

BSI, that's my favorite kind of mayonnaise! I don't like the stuff you can't feel.
  2:18pm
Sartre:

@DCE: Hell is other people.
  2:19pm
BSI:

Mayonnaise must be felt to be believed. Bryce knows this instinctively. To this day, bewildered sandwiches follow him in a trance, like desert nomads guided by a star, intoxicated by the mammoth promise of DESTINY.
  2:19pm
BSI:

I have no idea what I'm saying. It's clearly time to go.
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bryce:

*sitar
  2:22pm
G:

Me Deixe Mudo = I'm Left Mute/Speechless
Avatar 2:25pm
bryce:

oh man, that whole record!....
Avatar 2:26pm
bryce:

oh wait, that's a translation, hahaaa
  2:26pm
G:

Ou Não (Or Not) :P
  2:27pm
northguineahills:

Phil Ochs on Bryce, I shouldn't be surprised. Awesome!
  2:32pm
Ike:

BSI, you get a sparkly gold star for typing about bewildered sandwiches. That is true poetry that should be entacle into stone for the oozing tentacled alien archeologists to find in the unimaginably distant future in their futile search for more info on Mae West and Pope Innocent III.
  2:34pm
Irwin:

Electronics on the Ochs recording by Joseph Byrd of the United States of America (Columbia recording artists, 1968).
  2:36pm
Cecile:

those sounds sounded familiar, Irwin!
  2:38pm
northguineahills:

That does explain a lot, Irwin!
  2:39pm
Irwin:

Pleasures is Och's weirdest album, and includes contributions by several arrangers. It's not a "folk" album in any generic sense of the word. Might also be his best-seller because of the topical song "Small Circle of Friends," which got lots of airplay back in the day.
  2:40pm
phat:

What? A freak-folkie I don't hate? Amazing.
Avatar 2:40pm
bryce:

love that song too
  2:40pm
Irwin:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pleasures_Of_The_Harbor
  2:41pm
phat:

I <3 WFMU
Avatar 2:42pm
bryce:

:)
  2:43pm
Irwin:

And Bryce, baby — will you fix that typo already (The Crucifixopm)? It's making me agitated because I can't go in and fix it myself.
  2:45pm
still b/p:

Connection failing repeatedly. Listening to Everyone's Gone to the Moon on an AM radio. Holidays ruined.
Avatar 2:45pm
bryce:

TOO MAN Y COOKIES
  2:45pm
northguineahills:

I read the Schumacher bio on Ochs about 4 years back, and didn't recall the Byrd contribution. Must turn 180 degrees in my chair to reinvestigate.
  2:46pm
northguineahills:

My favorite Estonian holy minimalist!
  2:47pm
Ike:

Speaking of typos, I typed "entacle" for "etched" above. So, happy h3typdys!
  2:49pm
BSI:

Also, Bryce, belated thanks for playing that J-C Eloy piece last time. It did something catastrophic to my head, & I'll be happily sifting through the wreckage up there for a long time. Bless y'all.
Avatar 2:51pm
bryce:

thank the label for sending those discs to us! 4-disc set in a post-promo era.....
  2:52pm
Honey Water:

Klezmer bluegrass?
  2:53pm
still b/p:

Damn! Can't hear Taraf de Haïdouks and I love 'em! Krampus really krapping on konnection!
Avatar 2:53pm
bryce:

kinda! romanian gypsies
  2:55pm
Honey Water:

Lively, whatever it is. Raising the heat on a cold solstice Friday here.
Avatar 2:56pm
bryce:

bye, all. don't strangle your loved ones....
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