Options Inflatable Squirrel Carcass with Rich Hazelton: Playlist from October 13, 2018 Options

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Options October 13, 2018: Inflatable World Carcass
three hours of traditional and traditional-like music from around the world.

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Les Filles de Illighadad  Tende   Options Fatou Seidi Ghali & Alamnou Akrouni  Sahel Sounds  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Moussa Baho, Rabiou Moussa, Abdou Adamon  Al Fulani   Options Folk Music of the Sahel, Volume 1: Niger  Sublime Frequencies  0:17:23 (Pop-up)
Bomberi Willoho  Warri   Options Burkina Faso: Volume 2  Sublime Frequencies  0:21:38 (Pop-up)
Etienne Ngbozo/Joseph Samba  Naa-Woro   Options Centrafique: Musique Gbaya, Chants A Penser (2)  Ocora  0:26:30 (Pop-up)
Alemu Aga  Abba Gran Mota (Death of the Left-handed)   Options Ethiopia: Three Chordophone Traditions  Auvidis/Unesco  0:29:38 (Pop-up)
Baka Pygmies  The "Water Drum"   Options Cameroon: Baka Pygmy Music  Auvidis/Unesco  0:34:58 (Pop-up)
The Broto  Orchestra de Trompes   Options Musique Centrafricaine  Ocora  0:39:16 (Pop-up)
Yalawapiti Indians  Taquara clarinets   Options Bresil: Musiques du Haut Xingu  Ocora  0:43:41 (Pop-up)
Two adults using toreukuri (voice distorters)  Dialogue of Voice Distorters   Options Bresil: Enauené-Naué et Nhambiquara du Mato Grosso  VDE-Gallo  0:47:57 (Pop-up)
The Kayapo-Xikrin  Nhiok: Okkaikrikti   Options Ritual Music of the Kayapo-Xikrin, Brazil  Smithsonian Folkways  0:50:55 (Pop-up)
Pavan Das and Gadadhar Das  "Only the fakir knows the mind of the fakir..."   Options Bengale: Chants des <<fous>>  Le Chant Du Monde  1:07:26 (Pop-up)
Hiralal Yadav and party  Kajri   Options India: North Indian Folk Music  Auvidis/Unesco  1:13:42 (Pop-up)
Girls and boys  Two ghotul songs   Options Inde: Musique Tribale du Bastar  Le Chant Du Monde  1:18:06 (Pop-up)
Deori Adivasi Singers  Mosaia   Options Voices For Humans, Ancestors and Gods  Topic  1:22:02 (Pop-up)
A men's group from Pariangan  Talempong Pariangan Padang Panjang   Options Music of Indonesia 12: Gongs and Vocal Music from Sumatra  Smithsonian Folkways  1:26:02 (Pop-up)
Gambang Kromong Slendang Betawi  Balo-balo   Options Music of Indonesia 3: Music from the Outskirts of Jakarta (Gambang Kromong)  Smithsonian Folkways  1:30:30 (Pop-up)
Rab Ban (vocals), Mon Hai (Kann)  Phnom Domrey Trom ("Where the Elephants Go to Die")   Options Khmer Rouge Survivors: "They Will Kill You If You Cry"  Glitterbeat  1:35:49 (Pop-up)
The Lisu  Bel Oiseau   Options Musiques DeL'Asie Traditionelle Vol. 8: Thailande  PlayaSound  1:37:34 (Pop-up)
Nhac Le Ensemble  Boong 4 - Boong 3 - va Titet   Options Nhac Le - Ritual Music Of Vietnam  World Music Library/King  1:41:05 (Pop-up)
Ca Hue Ensemble  Tuong tu   Options Viet Nam: Musiques De Hue  Inedit  1:43:53 (Pop-up)
A Tang-Ak Ensemble  Manpa Jungshi Ji Kok   Options Korea  Auvidis/Unesco  1:47:38 (Pop-up)
The Murung  Danse De Sacrifice   Options Orgues-À-Bouche Rituels Des Murung: Bangladesh  Inedit  1:51:40 (Pop-up)
Ozoda Ashurova  Shunidam   Options Music of Central Asia Vol.4: Bardic Divas - Women's Voices in Central Asia  Smithsonian Folkways  2:13:08 (Pop-up)
Djamala Suparova, chant; Akmurad Chariev, dutar  Dhulpum thienem   Options Turkmenistan: Chant des femmes bakhshi  Inedit  2:19:10 (Pop-up)
The troupe of Khodapanah Berdov  Falak song on the setayesh rhythm: "I went out into the meadow where the flowers were in bud..."   Options Tajik Music of Badakhshan  Auvidis/Unesco  2:24:50 (Pop-up)
Nath tribal women  Mare Dolari Paro Sane song   Options Rajasthan Street Music  Sublime Frequencies  2:31:04 (Pop-up)
Raja Ali  Hom Bel Hawa Ya Nas Walaoni (They Made Me Fond of Love)   Options Qat, Coffee & Qambus: Raw 45s from Yemen  Parlortone  2:34:45 (Pop-up)
Talip Ozkan  Boziak, au divan saz   Options Turquie: L'Art Vivant De Talip Ozkan  Ocora  2:39:05 (Pop-up)
Orchestra of folk instruments of the Forest Industry of the Transcarpathian region  "The Shepherd Departs"   Options Ukraine: Traditional Music  Auvidis/Unesco  2:48:43 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 12:02am Scraps:

hey h’lo beeble bobble
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:03am coelacanth∅:

holy crap did all my eyeball capillaries just burst?!
  12:06am rich:

morning all,

here be your visuals for this week: cargocollective.com...
  12:07am chresti:

  12:23am chresti:

My dad’s eyeballs would go in different directions when he got is blood pressure up, for a brief time...
  12:25am rich:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:36am coelacanth∅:

i knew a guy who's eyes weren't in sync. opposite of cross-eyed. he said it was cool; he had a wider range of reasonably good focus than most people and could effectively focus in 2 different directions at once.
  12:42am rw:

¡Hola roja!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:02am grtyvr:

hey folks. Glad we don't have to listen to circumcision ritual chanting
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:02am grtyvr:

Avatar 1:15am Andrew S:

Is that a genre?
Avatar 1:15am Andrew S:

lacking that on my shelf
Avatar 1:31am Andrew S:

theres some percsussion. love the sound of whatever they are tapping on, hypnotic
Avatar 1:45am Andrew S:

Went to see a prayer before dawn a few days ago. It was good. Only so much you can do with a prison movie that hasnt been done but it convinced me never to do drugs in Thailand
Avatar 2:01am Andrew S:

I kill the chat, I dont mean to. I just really like the music
Avatar 2:02am Scraps:

i hear you
Avatar 2:25am Andrew S:

I wish i knew more about Canadian traditional music, like ancient, not Stan Rogers or Gordon Lightfoot. Despite living here and trying to be in tune, the only Innu (for instance) music I hear is throat singing. I feel like Im missing a lot more.
  2:52am rich:

the problem with traditional is the way it's presented. so much of it was presented in a spirit of nationalism or tourism or education so there's a lot that is missed. the thailande record i played earlier on playasound has a piece that is so different from anything else on the record that it doesn't even sound like it could possibly come from the same country. i think there's way more of that than we can imagine. there's such a divide when you listen to a lyrichord record versus an ocora record (for the most part) that you can imagine that they are recorded on different planets; sometimes it's the technology, usually it's the ear of the person behind the mic
  2:55am rich:

thanks for listening everyone. next week it's dj husband vs. dj wife for singles going steady. remember to pledge to the station if you can (and thank you if you already have). stay tuned for joe.
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