Favoriting Neighbors Noise with Jesse Kaminsky: Playlist from November 3, 2015 Favoriting

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A weekly adventure in phonography: field recordings, brainwave therapy, rattling noises and other esoteric dance music.

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Favoriting November 3, 2015: live from Jamaica Plain, MA

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Com Truise  Galactic Melt   Favoriting        
Rita Chao  Wooly Bully   Favoriting   Colombia   
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Grace Chang  Mambo Girl   Favoriting      
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Yvonne  Sweet Dreams   Favoriting Let's Go Gay  Magpie Records   
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Lashio Thein Aung  You Got What You Got   Favoriting Guitars Of The Golden Traingle: Folk And Pop Music Of Myanmar (Burma) Vol. 2  Sublime Frequencies   
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Mai Le Huyen  Tint Yeuva Than The   Favoriting   Vietnam   
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Duc Minh  Saigon Thu Bay   Favoriting   Sōng Hnac   
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Van Shipley  Bago Mein Bahar Hai   Favoriting Man With Golden Guitar Instrumentals  Odeon   
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Pole  Kautz   Favoriting Wald  Pole  2015 
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Music behind DJ:
Lisa Carbon 

Rhumba Roland   Favoriting

 

 

 

 
Mavi Işıklar  Gul Dah   Favoriting Light My Fire  Batı Plak  1969 
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Okay Temiz  Denizaltı Rüzgarları   Favoriting   Yonca  1975 
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Hank Jackson  Deposit   Favoriting   Mister Saturday Night Records   2013 
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Henry Threadgill And Very Very Circus  Come Carry the Day   Favoriting Carry the Day  Columbia   1995 
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Don Slepian  Glimmerings   Favoriting Computer Don't Breakdown  Don & Judy Records  1981 
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Pandit Pran Nath  "21 VIII 76 NYC" Raga Malkauns   Favoriting Midnight (Raga Malkauns)  Just Dreams  2003 
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Putih Putih Saput Anduk  Jangér group of Abian Timbul   Favoriting The Roots of Gamelan: Bali 1928 , New York 1941  World Arbiter  2003 
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Music behind DJ:
Umberto 

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C Section 8  Banter   Favoriting Urban Music  Trd W/D  2010 
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Hieroglyphic Being & the J.I.T.U. Ahn-Sahm-Bul  Fuck The Ghetto / Think About Outer Space   Favoriting We Are Not The First  RVNG International  2015 
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Wolf Eyes  Twister Nightfall   Favoriting I Am A Problem: Mind in Pieces  Third Man Records  2015 
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Cripure S.A.  Oryctolagus Cunniculus   Favoriting Trois Lapins  Underground Productions   1988 
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Nomadico  Mental Fog   Favoriting Interstellar Fugitives 2 - Destruction Of Order  Underground Resistance  2006 
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Kangding Ray  Serendipity March   Favoriting      
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Faze Island  Solar Return   Favoriting Faze Island  Night People ‎  2014 
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Henry Grimes Trio  Flowers for Albert   Favoriting The Wire Tapper 12     
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The Skatalites  Flowers For Albert   Favoriting Hi-Bop Ska  Shanachie   1994 
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Naphtali  Hole Up Your Hand   Favoriting   Vibes Sounds ‎  1987 
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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:02pm
Doug Schulkind:

Play some Bedouin music, Jesse!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:03pm
listener james from westwood:

Evening, Jesse and all!!
Avatar 7:05pm
Mayuko:

Hallo Jesse!
Avatar 7:05pm
Jesse K:

Hi everyone!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:06pm
Doug Schulkind:

Mayuko, you flow magnificently (referring to earlier comment on previous playlist).
Avatar 7:15pm
Mayuko:

Doug, I often find it difficult to shift from old stuff to 2000's electronic music because the texture of the sounds are often quite different (unless there are samplings from old music involved, etc.) But that Melvin Jackson track merged into Vikter Duplaix so smoothly! I guessed the key was the drum beats, but I need to study those transitions more.
Avatar 7:18pm
Mayuko:

Not only that one segue, but that last set esp amazed me.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:23pm
Doug Schulkind:

@Mayuko
That segue with Melvin Jackson was a complete accident! I hadn't planned on playing that track until seconds before I realized I had enough time to fit it in.
Avatar 7:26pm
Jesse K:

Please pardon the skipping around here
Avatar 7:27pm
Mayuko:

@Doug I know! You mentioned that. That's why I was even more amazed! I always have to think of segues beforehand sometimes for like a couple days, haha. I guess as I get more experienced, I will be able to make spontaneous decisions that work. Or maybe it's just the matter of being bold.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:29pm
Doug Schulkind:

Another way of saying be bold is just trust your instincts.
Avatar 7:30pm
Jesse K:

Hear hear!
Avatar 7:30pm
Mayuko:

I just saw an illustration of "zodiac man" in an old anatomical book whose body parts are explained with 12 zodiacs. it's interesting to see these images showing people have many different ideas about human body.
  7:40pm
Alf from Upstate:

I dig those records Okay Temiz did with the South Africans. Very very great.
Avatar 7:41pm
Jesse K:

@Mayuko, yes! I've been digging for images of anatomical and botanical models and such, some of these images are old Tibetan anatomical drawings.
Avatar 7:43pm
Jesse K:

@Ali, welcome! He made some great records, I think I played one he did with Johnny Dyani once
  7:47pm
Alf from Upstate:

Yes. And the trumpeter Mongezi Feza. Music for Xaba is the record.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:20pm
listener james from westwood:

Mmmm ... raga ...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:34pm
Uncle Michael:

Good evening.
Avatar 8:36pm
Jesse K:

Hi Uncle Michael!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:37pm
Doug Schulkind:

Raga Against the Machine
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:37pm
Uncle Michael:

Raga n'Roll
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:38pm
Uncle Michael:

Doug, you've heard about my uncle Jim, ad nauseum. As a film maker, he made the Pran Nath documentary among his achievements.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:41pm
Uncle Michael:

Producer and video editor for this:

vimeo.com...
Avatar 8:43pm
Jesse K:

hey, looking forward to watching that Uncle Michael, I hadn't heard of it before. Love that Ian Nagoski is on the comments with factual corrections on that vimeo
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:46pm
Uncle Michael:

Jesse, Jim also produced Sun Ra's "Space is the Place."
Avatar 8:47pm
Jesse K:

wowsers, I may have heard that before but forgot it. Fantastic! Did he live in Kansas?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:48pm
northguineahills:

A friend of mine just gave me a bunch of Pandit Jasaaj, Ustad Vilayat Khan, Ustad Rachid Khan cd (a dozen total). I was so happy!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:49pm
Uncle Michael:

No...Nebraska to San Francisco by way of Oberlin. He's in his '80s and going like gangbusters.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:49pm
northguineahills:

Still waiting for a ragga raga.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:50pm
Uncle Michael:

My people are from Omaha, Jesse.
Avatar 8:51pm
Jesse K:

Ah, you've strayed form the ancestral homelands then.
@northguineahills, hey! CDs are actually amazing for long tracks like this. Could not have been released on vinyl
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:51pm
Uncle Michael:

This is Jim's too...he's emeritus now.
en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar 8:57pm
Jesse K:

Amazing! He was everywhere according to wikipedia
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:59pm
Uncle Michael:

He's definitely my cool uncle. He retired a few years ago from playing bari sax in the Junius Courtney big band. Though the site still has a band photo with him standing second from the left.

Second photo.

www.juniuscourtneybigband.com
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:07pm
Uncle Michael:

This is just lovely to listen to.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:28pm
Doug Schulkind:

Cunnilingus? Oh, never mind.
Avatar 9:31pm
Jesse K:

What difference a couple of leters make
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:32pm
Doug Schulkind:

Dental frog? Oh forget it.
Avatar 9:42pm
Jesse K:

Henry Grimes birthday as well, not that this is a birthday type of show...
  9:47pm
Melinder:

Grimes is such a fine player and gentleman.
Avatar 9:47pm
Jesse K:

I was lucky enough to see a show on his big comeback tour
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:48pm
Doug Schulkind:

WFMU is now under $3,500 away from 100%. Someone drop a pledgebomb and blow this Crunchy Puppy up already!

Blow the pup here: www.wfmu.org...
Avatar 9:48pm
Jesse K:

This song is a direct challenge to Peter's assertion of this afternoon that everything sounds better reggae
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:55pm
Doug Schulkind:

Live from Plain Jamaica, it's Tuesday Night!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:57pm
Uncle Michael:

Thanks for the music Jesse.
Avatar 9:59pm
Peter Nelson:

Well, I did say 'almost'....
Avatar 10:01pm
Mayuko:

Good night all, thanks Jesse!
Avatar 10:01pm
Jesse K:

Night everyone, thanks for hanging!
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