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Options May 9, 2014

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
James Blackshaw  Celeste, part 1   Options Celeste      0:00:00 ()
James Blackshaw  Celeste, part 2   Options Celeste      0:19:29 ()
Band Teleu Nekaf  Kolo Kot Matani   Options Music of Indonesia 20: Indonesian Guitars    Meto people from Ti mor  0:33:47 ()
Group Tradisional Anreguru-e Lacombong  Pajalenje'na   Options Music of Indonesia 15: South Sulawesi Strings      0:40:42 ()
Jurabeg Nabiev et l'Ensemble Dorrdâne  Chapandâz   Options Maqam d'Asie Centrale: Tajikistan, Tradition de Boukhara      0:47:32 ()
Monâjât Yultchieva  Ushshâq   Options Maqam d'Asie Centrale: Ouzbékistan, Ferghâna      0:55:35 ()
Hossein Alizâdeh & Madjid Khaladj  Forud, sepehr parvâneh   Options The Art of Improvisation      1:04:10 ()
Bahram Mansurov  Mugam Chahargah   Options Le Mougam d'Azerbïdjan      1:12:45 ()
Shuxrat Razakov  Qāradali   Options Ouzbékistan: Musique du Khorzem      1:21:47 ()
Ali Ekber Çiçek  Ondört Bin Yıl Gezdim Pervanelikte   Options Turquie — Musique Bektachi. Chants des Achik      1:24:42 ()
Talip Özkan  Koca Arap Zeybegi   Options L'Art Vivant de Talip Özkan      1:29:53 ()
Hayri Dev  Gurbet Havası   Options Turquie (sud-ouest): Musiques des Yayla      1:35:42 ()
Ali Tekin, Mehmet Ali Kayabaş, & Servet Takin  Suite de danses   Options Turquie: Le sipsi des yayla      1:44:47 ()
Matrasul Matyakubov & Abād Latipov  Hafif-i segāh   Options Ouzbékistan: Musique du Khorzem      1:50:51 ()
.  Sayur matua   Sumatra: Musiques des Batak      1:55:40 ()
.  Haro-haro   Sumatra: Musiques des Batak      1:59:02 ()
 
.  Simalungun Rayat   Music of Indonesia 4: Music of Nias & North Sumatra      2:04:25 ()
.  Chant et rina plung   Orgues-à-bouche: Rituels des Murung      2:11:11 ()
Kim Byung-ho  [sanjo on a kayagum]   Options [Robert Garfias' Korean field recordings]      2:25:04 ()
.  [sanjo on the chulhyun gum]   [Robert Garfias' Korean field recordings]      2:25:04 ()
.  Chongsun Arirang   Korea  UNESCO    2:48:20 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 12:16pm Carmichael:

Bryce! Turn on the drone machine and let the tubes get warm.
  Fri. 5/9/14 12:21pm fascinoma:

afternoon, Bryce! hiya, Carmichael!
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 12:27pm Bryce:

hellooo
  Fri. 5/9/14 12:29pm Sem Chumbo:

Hello, Bryce. An order of notes, please. A tasting menu, I see, is the special. And some liquor, fiery, dense, with the afterburn of a noise adventure gone sideways. There's a big tip in it, natch.
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 12:31pm common:

firey, dense. i like it, sem! BRYCE!!!
  Fri. 5/9/14 12:34pm That Bipolar Guy:

Afternoon Bryce
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 12:35pm Bryce:

good afternoon
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 12:37pm TDK60:

I'd assumed Blackshaw was US-American. I looked him up, from Hastings, UK.
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 12:37pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

...what's all this then?
  Fri. 5/9/14 12:38pm That Bipolar Guy:

Very nice. Sounds a bit like led zeppelin. Without words
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 12:38pm common:

the reverend has appeared once again.
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 12:40pm Bryce:

the reverend appeared in my congee
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 12:40pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

...floated in on a fluffy cloud of NO CURRY.
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 12:44pm DCE:

has your vindaloo been vindicated?
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 12:49pm common:

he's always appearing in my newest season of Quincy, that rev.
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 12:50pm Carmichael:

Look out da vindow.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 5/9/14 12:59pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Lunch plan: Eat rice & listen to Bryce.
  Fri. 5/9/14 1:01pm BriJet:

Hoiiiii
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 1:01pm Bryce:

hello, lou
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 1:18pm zeer:

bryce! I'm dying! :D thanks for the vibes
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 1:20pm Bryce:

:)
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 1:22pm Carmichael:

I am trying the new tandoori naanwich from the local food truck.
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 1:26pm slugluv1313:

good afternoon, Bryce and listeners!!!
and THANK YOU, Bryce! excellent, "soothing" yet ENERGIZING vibes :)
just what the proverbial soul-doctor ordered!
WFMU has been great comfort during a really difficult week!
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 1:28pm slugluv1313:

there is an Afghan dish i want to try -- pumpkin and vegan too!
ahhhh Bryce is that the magickal effect you have on the listeners? craving excellent food with the excellent music??!! :)
  Fri. 5/9/14 1:32pm !.!:

fab show my man brYce,,,!!!
  Fri. 5/9/14 1:32pm Бїll:

finally, some metal!
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 1:37pm Carmichael:

You can tell its metal from the umlauts. Dead giveaway.
  Fri. 5/9/14 1:39pm Sem Chumbo:

@Carmichael: ah, so this is YOUR Wikipedia entry "A metal umlaut is a diaeresis that is sometimes used gratuitously or decoratively over letters in the names of hard rock or heavy metal bands—for example those of Queensrÿche, Blue Öyster Cult, Motörhead,"
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 1:43pm Bryce:

hi, allyizalll
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 1:46pm Carmichael:

There you go, Sem. And if you put umlauts over your name, you BECOME a metal rocker. A known fact.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 5/9/14 1:56pm cöelacanth:

Hi Bryce and Bryceters everywhere.
  Fri. 5/9/14 2:03pm Mike Fun:

Great show. Makes me want to buy a launeddas.
  Fri. 5/9/14 2:05pm Circus Dog:

You got somthing against East Asia? Play some piri!
  Fri. 5/9/14 2:08pm fascinoma:

starvin' for some saenghwang, personally
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 2:11pm Bryce:

oh yeah! don't think i've looked at much koirean stuff here in the library. i'll have to take a little dive
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 2:11pm Bryce:

could go for some sanjo too....
  Fri. 5/9/14 2:14pm Circus Dog:

Good idea. Ajaeng sanjo seems like it could fit
  Fri. 5/9/14 2:23pm fascinoma:

oh, amazing. something so hypnotic about an underlying pulse that is so perceptibly connected to the breath
  Fri. 5/9/14 2:25pm Marc:

What language is that?
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 2:26pm common:

good stuff, as usual, bryce. I'm floating around my desk.
  Fri. 5/9/14 2:27pm Circus Dog:

beautiful piece
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 2:30pm HarktheUmpire:

Are you really, common?
Or is the desk actually floating around you?
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 2:30pm ranjit:

I love everything you're playing this afternoon!
Avatar Fri. 5/9/14 2:32pm northguineahills:

Info about Orgues-à-bouche: Rituels des Murung would be nice, pretty please (if available)
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 5/9/14 2:33pm Ike:

Auditory banchan!
  Fri. 5/9/14 2:33pm 118664:

GET SANJO HERE: http://www.socsci.uci.edu/~rgarfias/sound-recordings/sanjo.html
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 2:34pm Bryce:

hahaaa, guess what this is.... :)
  Fri. 5/9/14 2:38pm fascinoma:

@northguineahills found a post on the 'FMU blog from a while back: blog.wfmu.org...
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 2:39pm Bryce:

ngh, the Murung are hill people that live in the tropical forest hills of.....bangladesh! not bengladeshi, though — they just wound up on that side of the border. more on the tibeto-burmese tip.
Avatar Fri. 5/9/14 2:44pm northguineahills:

I suppose more related to the Assamese.

Thanks Fascinoma & Bryce.
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 2:44pm common:

@hark: pretty sure it's me, but i can't tell. There is a glowing rhombus where i am. I know that much.
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 2:46pm Bryce:

ah! thanks, fascinoma! :)

the other 2 pieces on the cd are mind-blowing. they have a large ensemble of "mouth-organs" of different registers, and (if i remember) just one piece for it, which is a single melodic phrase, repeated in unison, trance-like, alternating with long sections of drone on the lowest and highest instruments, while everyone else does ascending and descending melodic runs in NON-unison, for an incredible liquid texture.
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 2:47pm HarktheUmpire:

@common: The things coffee will do to you...

I'm off for a beer. Thanks for beautiful, hypnotic music, Bryce!
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 2:48pm HarktheUmpire:

*the (beautiful, hypnotic music)
  Fri. 5/9/14 2:49pm Oogie Woogie:

Simply wonderful..
  Fri. 5/9/14 2:49pm Sem Chumbo:

A fine repast this afternoon, Bryce, mind a-tingling, earholes sore from trying on sounds never before tried on. All good. Bye now!
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 2:51pm Cecile:

Do you have the Fujii?
  Fri. 5/9/14 2:51pm fascinoma:

James Blackshaw all the way to Kim Byung-ho on the sanjo...almost like you planned the entire thing, Bryce. wonderful show today...
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 2:56pm common:

@hark: enjoy the beer! I can't wait.
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 2:57pm Bryce:

:)

byeee
Avatar Fri. 5/9/14 2:58pm northguineahills:

Crap, it's three? Thanks a bundle Bryce, souper douper awesomeness, and then some!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Fri. 5/9/14 2:58pm cöelacanth:

Thanks Bryce...Most Excellent!
  Fri. 5/9/14 3:27pm 118664:

you can also WATCH the sanjo players here:
http://www.socsci.uci.edu/~rgarfias/films.html
i do say, it's a spectacular art form
Avatar    Fri. 5/9/14 4:08pm mythopeic_industries:

Jaap!!
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