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Favoriting April 26, 2013

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Hassan Abou Seoud  Assouan   Favoriting This Is Orient [1974 Voice of Stars]  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Mamechiyo (uta), Toyokichi Kotomo (shamisen)  Harusame   Favoriting Japanese Traditional Music: Shamisen and Songs 1941 [World Arbiter]  0:06:12 (Pop-up)
Baby Dodds  Swanee River (Drum Solo)   Favoriting Baby Dodds 1945-46 [Louisiana Music Factory 1993]  0:09:22 (Pop-up)
Two Abakwa Society Male Singers (with Iya Drum and Atchere)  Lucumi Song   Favoriting VA - Cult Music of Cuba 1949-66 (Ethnic Folkways 4410)  0:11:26 (Pop-up)
 
Maiden Voyage  Eli's Comin   Favoriting in New York (Live at Americana Hotel) [1973]  0:17:58 (Pop-up)
Sundown [Armenia]  Mi Lar My Rig   Favoriting Hishadagner, Sundown, Mtnshagh [1977]  0:21:34 (Pop-up)
Matt Vincent (vocals) Jimmy Sheen (lyrics)  I'm Feeling Blue   Favoriting VA - Hit Songs of The Future (Royal Master RM4141)  0:26:13 (Pop-up)
Evelyn & Co  I've Been Set Free   Favoriting I've Been Set Free [1981 Selah Records]  0:28:36 (Pop-up)
Brenda (Nelson)  Nothing Is Impossible   Favoriting Nothing Is Impossible [Sound House 196x]  0:31:51 (Pop-up)
 
Afrika [JAPAN]  Devil's Night   Favoriting Funk City [1985 King Record Co]  0:43:10 (Pop-up)
Onra  Move   Favoriting 1.0.8 [2008 Bo Bun Records]  0:47:57 (Pop-up)
Calling Hearts  Return To Base   Favoriting Return To Base (1981 7'')  0:49:04 (Pop-up)
Paul Vanase  Hopeless Case   Favoriting In The World of Baby Bones [Bone Productions 1978]  0:52:38 (Pop-up)
Manufactured Romance  Time of my Life   Favoriting VA - Fresh Records - The Punk Singles Collection (1982)  0:55:28 (Pop-up)
 
I.S. 25 Concert Chorus [Adrienne Block Middle School, Flushing NY]  The Creation Parts 6,7,8   Favoriting The Creation a Rock Cantata [197x]  1:06:05 (Pop-up)
Yapoos  Kiss O   Favoriting Daitenshi no you ni [1988]  1:16:07 (Pop-up)
Helene & Marc  The Costume Ball   Favoriting The Beginning (Veritable US 1971)  1:20:26 (Pop-up)
Smoky Joe  Broken Dreams   Favoriting A Question of Love (1977 No Label)  1:25:56 (Pop-up)
Barbara Garneau  Song of Blessing   Favoriting Only In God (1978 RPC)  1:28:23 (Pop-up)
 
Meireles e Sua Orquestra  Also Sprach Zarathustra   Favoriting Brasilian Explosion (1973 Odeon-Emi)  1:37:02 (Pop-up)
Curha  Beverly Avenue   Favoriting Selected C-Sides (2013)  1:41:01 (Pop-up)
'Cambodian Guys and Gals'  Track 2   Favoriting SK29 Cassette  1:45:41 (Pop-up)
Alexey Rybnikov  Pesn' Gonschikov   Favoriting Bol'shoe Kosmicheskoe Puteshestvie (1973 USSR)  1:49:24 (Pop-up)
Saniye Can  Ince Giyenim Ince   Favoriting Hoppala Yarim Yaz Geldi / İnce Giyerim İnce 7" (1972 Diskotür)  1:52:16 (Pop-up)
 
Yapoos  Barbara Sexaroid   Favoriting Daitenshi no you ni [1988]  1:57:53 (Pop-up)
Bronx Irish Catholics  Auto Erotic   Favoriting Eponymous (1987 Small Time Austin)  2:02:06 (Pop-up)
Steppin' Lazer  The Game   Favoriting Plain Wrap EP (1983)  2:04:29 (Pop-up)
The Wall  Ghetto   Favoriting VA - Fresh Records - The Punk Singles Collection (1982)  2:08:39 (Pop-up)
Come On  Don't Walk On The Kitchen Floor   Favoriting New York City 76-80  2:10:58 (Pop-up)
 
Hassan Abou Seoud  Assouan   Favoriting This Is Orient [1974 Voice of Stars]  2:18:08 (Pop-up)
Onra  Haterproof   Favoriting 1.0.8 [2008 Bo Bun Records]  2:20:27 (Pop-up)
Alexey Rybnikov  Mlechnyj Put'   Favoriting Bol'shoe Kosmicheskoe Puteshestvie (1973 USSR)  2:22:15 (Pop-up)
Sundown [Armenia]  Yereg Kisher   Favoriting Hishadagner, Sundown, Mtnshagh [1977]  2:25:08 (Pop-up)
Madame Hafize & Selim  Sta Triya   Favoriting Don't Trust Your Neighbours:Early Albanian Traditional Songs & Improvisations 1920s-30s  2:29:56 (Pop-up)
 
A Fleeting Glance  Fly to the Moon   Favoriting A Fleeting Glance (1970 UK)  2:37:18 (Pop-up)
Yo La Tengo  Sudden Organ   Favoriting Painful (1993)  2:46:03 (Pop-up)
Strange Men In Sheds With Spanners  5   Favoriting Strange Men In Sheds With Spanners (1984)  2:50:43 (Pop-up)
 


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Listener comments!

Avatar 6:07am
Jason Elbogen:

Hey, you(s)
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Andrew Waterloo:

good morning
Avatar 6:08am
ausmanx:

are you suspecting there's more than one listener out here, j? this sounds almost like arabic theremin. i bet they discovered the theremin first too
Avatar 6:10am
Jason Elbogen:

I'm open to the possibility of more than one listener. When I used to DJ on East Village Radio there sometimes were (literally) zero.
Avatar 6:11am
ausmanx:

it's the quality of the listening, not the quality. andrew and i are very attentive
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:12am
Sem Chumbo:

Another listener. Good morning, Jason, Andrew W and Ausmanx.
Avatar 6:20am
ausmanx:

shamisen's that really beautiful string instrument you see in so many japanese films. i've just booked a koto player to do a gig at my house in november... you should come over!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:20am
JasonDBN:

Morning all.
JasonE, IIRC The Shamisen is an instrument... of some kind, a lute maybe?
Avatar 6:21am
ausmanx:

you gotta love this... duelling shamisen! www.youtube.com...
Avatar 6:37am
ausmanx:

brenda, i assume, is accompanying herself on the joanna...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:50am
maestroso:

Still another listener. G'morning all.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:20am
maestroso:

Yapoos! First time on FMU?
Avatar 7:22am
Jason Elbogen:

first time in three years, looks like.

but they've been played before.
Avatar 7:27am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...wakey wakey & we're off to the ball...my Id is Awakin'...
Avatar 7:30am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...seems maybe 8 A.M. is when more people approach their keyboards?...
Avatar 7:35am
Jason Elbogen:

they find my sensuous voice and between song chatter so intimidating that it takes about two hours to build up the courage to type, RR
Avatar 7:39am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

ausmanx: Thx for giving me an opening to vent on Politrix yesterday A.M. on UnderwaterThemePark board. Wasn't implying I wasn't interested in your opinions
- but the opposite: was interested enuff to engage
- altho' I'm sure there are limits to how much political discussion makes sense on FMU CommentsBoards...
Avatar 7:42am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

JE: I mean 8 A.M. for Programs generally - altho' I take your point...
Avatar 7:44am
ausmanx:

i find the sensuous voice and chatter quite alluring, to be honest. and djelbogen is someone not afraid to launch into the fray of controversy, though definitions of terrorism are more fraught than intolerance of Brooklyn, i guess. i can be disappointed with the reluctance of FMU listeners to comment on serious things, but i suppose i'm always up for provocation, and nowhere seems inappropriate to me. everything is political, esp music.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:45am
maestroso:

@Jason,
I've been surfing the j-pop youtubes for a while, hence my familiarity with Yapoos and Jun Togawa (and my avatar).
Avatar 7:51am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- I've said before: I don't know if Posting another stream address is a big faux pas here
- but if it is, I claim dibs!:

Big B Radio - JPOP | The Hot Station for Asian Music

199.241.187.194

...the part after the last colon doesn't make part of the Link - so you have to Copy it I guess...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:51am
fred:

Good morning/afternoon/evening. I see I missed Yapoos and some shamisen, but these "Cambodian Guys and Gals" is nice
Avatar 7:53am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...How do you say 'paddle faster, I hear banjos' in Japanese? Lost in Translation, likely...
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vanya moscow:

nice stuff jason! it`s racers song, people. haven`t heard this track!
Avatar 8:02am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

http:
//199.241.187.194:8070/
Avatar 8:05am
vanya moscow:

rybnikoff is the composer (awesome), i wonder who`s the band/arranger. the movie`s name translates "great space trip". always excited to hear russian/soviet stuff on wfmu, you guys there always pick best!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:06am
fred:

Jason, I finally found something about the Tibetan long song. Not much, but it seems to be from Kham. I've seen it referred as "Kham Lu", but I suspect it just means "song from Kham". I even got the name of that singer I saw last year: Gazom Lhamo. So I'm making progress in that quest
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:06am
maestroso:

@RR: I'll have to return to the comments later when I'm home... work blocks those links
Avatar 8:07am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...sexaroids in the mornin'...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:09am
fred:

And thanks for letting me hear Yapoos, I'm a big fan of Jun Togawa
Avatar 8:09am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...it's the Stream Address for that J-Pop so maybe just put it in a Player (when can/if want)...
Avatar 8:09am
Jason Elbogen:

Fred--
Thanks--seems like there's lots of Gazom Lhamo videos/music online. I'm going to look into it when I get home.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:14am
fred:

Jason, some feature questionable arrangements, but I'm sure you're familiar with that particular pitfall. I'll be seeing Gombodorj Byambajargal again next month, I just can't wait. I'll be seeing Jandek for the first time two days before, but I just can't get properly excited about it with Byambajargal coming to town
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:18am
fred:

Is that "Come On" track new? It sounds so no-wave to me, but this sound is making a comeback these days
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:24am
fred:

There was a Enta-Omri-ish vibe to this Hassan Abou Seoud track
Avatar 8:25am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...apparently the homepage for stream :
www.bigbradio.com
...I know nothing about it...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:29am
fred:

and this Rybnikov track was delightfully Gainsbourgish
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:33am
fred:

I saw a great Uyghur show this week. I hadn't expected much from it, but it was Dolan, so I learned something precious
Avatar 8:34am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...fun & varied picks, JE!...
Avatar 8:37am
ausmanx:

are you suggesting that Armenians shouldn't record in Australia???
Avatar 8:38am
northguineahills:

It was Wednesday night, just saw that Daily Show yesterday. He was hilarious!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:40am
KevinfromBayRidge:

A non-contentious good day to all!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:40am
fred:

It makes sense though, Aussies may want to record that while in Armenia it may just not have occurred to them. So much music needs an outsider to be captured, and that's just not about trad stuff
Avatar 8:41am
ausmanx:

armenia has BRILLIANT recording studios, i'm sure. however, some discriminating armenians have chosen to relocate to our magnificent brown land and good on them for supporting the local recording industry. the australian diaspora in armenia i'm sure records in Yerevan
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:41am
Sem Chumbo:

The Albanian song/album title: "Don't Trust Your Neighbours" reminds me of a harrowing travel book about Albania: "The Accursed Mountains."
A well-named piece, according to the authors observations.
Avatar 8:42am
northguineahills:

During the Nagorno-Karabakh war in the 90s, many Armenians fled for lands abroad.
Avatar 8:43am
northguineahills:

Same w/ Azerbaijanis....
Avatar 8:44am
Jason Elbogen:

As a coincidence, Ausmanx: that daily show episode with Bassem Youssef also featured John Oliver going to Australia to demonstrate how completely insane some of us Yankees are about guns.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:45am
fred:

@NGH: fleeing war makes a lot of sense to me. Then again, I'm french, so it's no surprise
Avatar 8:45am
ausmanx:

now that does seem perverse, and a long way to come to demonstrate American gun fetish?
Avatar 8:47am
ausmanx:

ngh, i guess the Armenians have had lots of reasons to flee for many, many decades; they're probably one of the most widespread diaspora
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:49am
fred:

@ausmanx: that gun thing is just puzzling to me. And either that's a great Pink Floyd cover, or the playlist isn't catching up
Avatar 8:51am
northguineahills:

Yeah, the Turks and Soviets weren't too kind to the Armenians, to put it mildly.

I love this YLT!
Avatar 8:52am
Jason Elbogen:

Yeah, this is one of my favorite Yo La Tengo songs.
Avatar 8:54am
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- the French didn't flee war in WWI - & Lafayette helped the American Revolution a lot (I got French DNA)...
- Some in the U.S. say 'gun control' means using two hands. I am not one of them. It's completely out of hand: The gun enthusiasts think the answer is everybody should be like them & be armed better than any challenger - to basically live in the Wild West. For real. That other countries exist perfectly well w/out guns is irrelevant to these sorts...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:54am
fred:

Can someone please tell me why I didn't go to that YLT show? I since heard that the opening band cancelled, so they took over. (banging head on nearest wall, though it wasn't part of it, life is indeed unfair)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:57am
Andrew Waterloo:

The 'gun nuts' in the US run on a bizarre mix of nihilsm and tough guyism. Where it is every solution to every problem is met with an exasperation of hopeless futility unless of course you're kicking someones ass.
  8:58am
common:

94 was painful for me.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:58am
maestroso:

Great show this morning Jason; I'm glad I was able to pay more attention than usual.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:59am
fred:

That was a good one Jason
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