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Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
Emily Faryna  Doomed to Fail   Options Tape Works 1984-1990 (2013)    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Roy Finch  Buildings   Options Fiction Music (1982)    0:06:03 (Pop‑up)
Chen Yi  Rug   Options ''The'' 1978-1983    0:11:01 (Pop‑up)
Charanjit Singh  Jab Andhera Hota Hai (Transicord) {from ''Raji Rani''}   Options Instrumental (Film Tunes)    0:15:04 (Pop‑up)
Vincent Gémignani  Ophis le Serpentaire   Options Modern Pop Percussion (Concert Hall 1970)    0:18:07 (Pop‑up)
The Turner Eight  West Virginia Smile   Options The Turner Eight (1969 Studio 5 Records)  The Turner Eight - The Turner Eight  0:27:58 (Pop‑up)
Dock Reed & Vera Hall Ward  What Month Was Jesus Born In   Options Spirituals (1953)    0:28:04 (Pop‑up)
The Singing Ambassadors (Central Assembly of God, Boise Idaho)  The Happy Side of Life   Options The Happy Side of Life (No Label 196x)    0:32:14 (Pop‑up)
St. Thomas More Parish (Happauge NY)  Turn Back O Man   Options Presents Godspell (Factory Records 197x)    0:34:40 (Pop‑up)
Synchrony  Long Long Time   Options Our Album (1971 Signet ST-71041)  Synchrony - Our Album  0:38:35 (Pop‑up)
The Stylers (Malaysia) & Nam Hong (Singapore)  The Lost Smile   Options The Stylers (Malaysia) & Nam Hong [RLP-2007]    0:41:57 (Pop‑up)
Mickey Turner  A Time For Us   Options This is me...Mickey [1975 Mickey Enterprises]    0:44:37 (Pop‑up)
City Boys Band  Osu A Meresu   Options Nya Asem Hwe (1977)    0:56:02 (Pop‑up)
Abdulgafur Ashameeri [Yemen]  Zafa (03)   Options Zafa Cassette [Unknown Year/Label]    1:01:01 (Pop‑up)
[Wife of Paramount Chief - Dinka Tribe, Sudan]]  The Age Set of Deng   Options VA - Music of the Sudan, Vol. 2. The Role of Song and Dance in Dinka Society. Women's Dance Songs (1976)    1:11:16 (Pop‑up)
Samaon Sulayman  Patentek   Options Kulintang and Kudyapiq: Gong Ensemble and Two-string Lute among the Magindanaon in Mindanao, Philippines (1980)    1:13:58 (Pop‑up)
Fernando Arrabal  Musique Folklorique Du Tibet, Document   Options J'irai comme un cheval fou [Disques Festival ‎1973]    1:19:28 (Pop‑up)
Barbara Briggs  Je Ne Sais Voire Une Jeune Fille En Pleurs   Options '70 / Plays on the Philicorda (Golden Music 1970)  Barbara Briggs - '70  1:27:12 (Pop‑up)
Fredrique Sand  Columbo   Options ST (1976 PG Records Paris Geneva)    1:30:11 (Pop‑up)
Independent Folk  Marco Polo   Options Independent Folk (1977)    1:33:37 (Pop‑up)
Droitwich High School Blues Band  The Good, The Bad and the Ugly   Options What Is There To Say (1977)    1:37:04 (Pop‑up)
Amanda Ambrose  Gimme Shelter   Options Laughing (1973)    1:42:57 (Pop‑up)
Marc Levin Ensemble  Birth of the Dove   Options Songs Dances And Prayers [Sweet Dragon 1973]    1:43:47 (Pop‑up)
Exray's  Ways to Stop Time   Options Ammunition Teeth Cassette (Howells Transmitter 2010)    1:54:36 (Pop‑up)
Mande Dahl  Gasafaction   Options Mande Dahl EP (1979 Rak 'n Rol Rekordinjz)    1:58:45 (Pop‑up)
[Unknown P.K.S. Recording Artists]  Thank Your Lucky Stars   Options The P.K.S. Publishing Preview [197x]    2:01:20 (Pop‑up)
Les Contretemps  Jazz-Cafe   Options Chô-Fret (1972)    2:05:37 (Pop‑up)
Norma Minyard  Three O'Clock in the Morning   Options Miss Norma's Birthday Party [Rose Records 1987]  Norma Minyard - Miss Norma's Birthday Party  2:08:24 (Pop‑up)
Steve Fortgang  I'm Alright   Options The Number One Bar Mitvah Band (No Label 1981)  Steve Fortgang - The #1 Bar Mitvah Band  2:10:24 (Pop‑up)
Chris Swansen  Pulaski Skyway 1   Options Pulaski Skyway (1972 Badger Records)    2:17:00 (Pop‑up)
Sir Guy  Love Me Tonight   Options and this is MY WAY (1970 St. George International)    2:27:55 (Pop‑up)
Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle & Chorus   Taxi Ka! Raat Sadak Pe ek Ladki   Options Chhailla Babu (1977)  Laxmikant Pyarelal - Chailla Babu  2:30:40 (Pop‑up)
Love Live Life  Mama Wo Koroshite Naze Warui (Why Bad Do I Kill A Mom?)   Options Satsujin Juushou ('10 Chapters of Murder') [1972]    2:37:09 (Pop‑up)
Stara Rzeka  Nachtlich Spaziergang Durch Klinger   Options Cień chmury nad ukrytym polem (2013)    2:41:37 (Pop‑up)
Barbara Briggs  Little Baby   Options '70 / Plays on the Philicorda (Golden Music 1970)    2:48:20 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

Avatar 6:08am Jason Elbogen:

Hell! Oh...
Avatar 6:14am CDToaster:

Hi Jason, really nice start! Looking forward to a continuing good show.
Avatar 6:16am Jason Elbogen:

Hey Toaster. I just clicked onto CDtoaster.com. My time's a little short right now, so I can't really figure it out. What do you do there?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:20am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

HappyHappyJoyJoy Friday Y'all.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:23am ausmanx:

evening jason and everyone... i am imagining a big Barry White voice kicking in some time on this one... Jason's getting saucy in the darkened studio...
Avatar 6:27am CDToaster:

Wow, thanks Jason for visiting my site. I produce custom CDs and trade them for donations which I forward to fmu, supplementing my yearly marathon donation.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:28am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- Garrison Keilor gives account of a similar thing - not realizing for some time he wasn't broadcasting from a school station. Don't know if he was telling tales - as he does that too...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:39am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...bothered to Search D.Reed & V.Hall - so I gonna Link to it :
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:43am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- oh - Godspell tune...'c'mere Gheezus I got somethin' to show ya'...
  6:43am ?:

i like this
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:47am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Synchrony such an interesting arrangement...making the most of a few instruments...she got some pipes & phrasing - & they rushing it...music communicates so many contexts so compactly
...think I'll start a personal gospel recording service & call it 'Vanity All Is Vanity'...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:53am Lyme Regis:

i like this too, good morning....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:54am InStudio AxeWeilder:

...I don't like this...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:55am in the office behind you:

Avatar 6:55am CDToaster:

I like everything Jason plays.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:58am Lyme Regis:

no more scary stuff, just little ol me checking in from the jurassic coast, england
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:00am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- speaking of Music communicating contexts compactly JE
- have you read 'This Is Your Brain on Music' ? :
...I wonder if you'd like it or not. Your review would be interesting!
Avatar 7:01am Jason Elbogen:

City Boys were from Ghana, by the way.
Listen to DJ writes, not what he says (after spending 2 hours to get to the station).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:04am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- we admire your dedication.
...I can never say Thx enuff for the life assist FMU provides in hours between waking & work. Well, I could, but I hope I don't.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:05am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...support group for people who perseverate: On&OnAnon.
Avatar 7:10am Jason Elbogen:

I haven't heard of that book, although for a moment I thought you were linking me this article that an old friend emailed me with the subject heading: "YOU ARE LIVING A LIE". The
article itself is titled: We Don't Like Unfamiliar Music, Even Though We Claim We Do
Check it out--
Avatar 7:15am CDToaster:

Left the chat room but will continue listening until my head explodes.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:15am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- Levitin addresses the familiarity thang - & earworms too. What's interesting is w/ scans & other things we can actually learn something about what's happening w/ the Brain & Music now - altho' what's between our ears remains the most complex thing we know of (!) - & a big takeaway from the book is that Music uses more dif. parts of the brain perhaps then anything else we do (!).
- Will check your Link...
Avatar 7:21am Jason Elbogen:

I think that although Dr. Goodman might be right--in general--there are plenty of people who find novel sounds appealing.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:26am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Hope I ain't drove you off w/ blahblah CDT!
...Levitin does address the Familiar/Novel issue - & concludes the *Balance* is critical. What would be interesting would be to test FMUheads against a sample group! Seems to me what's Familiar &/or Novel will depend on how much you listen to - but given background music more & more people hear - maybe that means less than I think by sheer 'hours'...Some get to a point where they're more interested in where the Stones got the stuff than hearing the Stones again - & some never care...I think of stuff Zappa (I think) said about many just want aural wallpaper...&tc. ...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:33am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...i.e. - if accepting that Familiar/Novel Balance is critical in what makes sounds Music we wanna hear (&/or choose) - which seems to me to make great sense (you need to relate to it yet not be bored)
- then what's 'familiar' &/or 'novel' has to mean different things to dif. people
...it just shifts the question, or leads to another Q of what makes these people dif. from each other...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:34am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...playing great stuff btw : ) ...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:45am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I find comparing Musical Diet to Food Diet to be a very serviceable metaphor.
- Relating to your Link - I consider myself having 'Eclectic' tastes obviously - but come back often to Favorites (Hendrix-Who-Beatles, Coltrane-Monk, others)
- just like one might have staples in food diet one eats often - partly for basic nutrition - partly because of budget
- but feel the need for variety & new spices...even in terms of where the food is!...
Avatar 7:50am Jason Elbogen:

The food analogy works very well for me. My diet's radically different now than when I was young, but I still enjoy burgers/fries/pizza.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:58am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- which touches on the issue of adolescent imprinting - yerknow - often said yer stuck w/ what you liked in HighSchool. Partly because of an older sibling, I was into Music even earlier. It happens Eclecticism is one of the things I was 'taught'.
...On Meghan's UTP yesterday, she announced her next theme was cheezy 80s & I got to talking about how people around here where I am (NH) who are just a little (to a bit...) younger than me are reallly into this MTV 80s Top40 - which leaves me utterly dumbfounded...
Avatar 8:16am Cheri Pi:

OMG! Good morning peeples
  8:23am common:

it is morning. but it's friday!
  8:24am ?:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:26am ??:

mysterious goings on today
Avatar 8:28am fred:

Hello Jason and everybody.
I don't listen much to what I liked in high school (New Order and early REM being the only ones I still listen to, and occasionally at that). As for my college favorites, Juliana Hatfield and Kathleen Hanna are still on my playlist, but that's it.
Avatar 8:28am PKNY:

This Moog record is amazing!
Avatar 8:29am northguineahills:

I still listen to SY, Dinosaur Jr, and MBV from my HS years.
Avatar 8:30am northguineahills:

Is this Chris Swansen track a 'Jersey represent' song?
Avatar 8:30am Jason Elbogen:

I lost the auction for Pulaski recently, but this is from a creel-pone 'reissue'
Avatar 8:32am PKNY:

@Jason - did a quick Google search on it...yeah, it seems to go for a bit of coin. Is the rest of the record of this quality?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:33am UnknownPerseverator:

...there's many things! General population expansion is dif. than the BabyBoom of the late 20th Century - less uniform age & marketwise somehow ??
- @ the same time, Corporate Media Consolidation has massively effected Music society is exposed to (- as such finance has in fact effected everything in our lives - including the functioning of our Government)
- & of course changing technology...

...Oh - you mean mysterious today on this Show...

...Friday is my 'Tuesday'. Meh...
Avatar 8:34am PKNY:

@northguineahills - must be, but I can't imagine anyone writing nothing but hateful music about the Pulaski Skyway, I despise driving on that thing. All my friends moved out of Hoboken, so I have no need to drive on it this days, thank goodness.
  8:43am common:

that's quite a song title
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:54am KevinfromBayRidge:

Hello Jason & friends, Enjoying the tail-(or is it that rabbit's tale?) end of the show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:56am Perseverator:

- hmm! - that LittleBaby is the tune used for 'Mr. Paul McCartney' :
Avatar 8:57am Cheri Pi:

Japanese and Chinese share the chinese characters, meanings preserved. I'm doing a japanese translation right now!
Avatar 8:57am fred:

@Jason: touchy subject there...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:58am Perseverator:

- @ one point, did the characters get turned sideways??
  8:59am arne:

"Nachtlich Spaziergang Durch Klinger" means "nighttime walk through klinger" where klinger could be some place, dont know. its a name, anyway. Its also gramatically incorrect, it should be "Nächtlicher Spaziergang..."
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