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From Bowie to Beethoven and all the crevices in between...A musical soundtrack to accompany you as you journey to the stars & over the moon!

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Options September 15, 2019: Some Moon Saved My Life Tonight

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments New Approx. start time
Wiener Philharmoniker  Introitus   Options Requiem (by W.A. Mozart)  Deutsche Grammophon  1987  In the summer of 1791, Mozart accepted a commission to write a Requiem Mass for the wife of Count Franz Walsegg-Stuppach, an Austrian landowner, who had died in February. Being that the Count was an amateur composer with a penchant for using other men's music under his own name. Mozart had only fully completed the score for Introitus & Kyrie before his death, with the rest being fragments or uncompleted. Mozart's wife, Constanze, entrusted the remainder of the work to Mozart's pupil, Franz Xavier Sussmayr    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Wiener Philharmoniker  Kyrie   Options Requiem (by W.A. Mozart)  Deutsche Grammophon  1987  conducted by Herbert von Karajan    0:06:46 (Pop‑up)
Scott Walker  Opening   Options The Childhood Of A Leader (Original Sountrack)  4AD  2016  AKA Noel Engel    0:07:51 (Pop‑up)
Mamiffer / Circle  Kaksonen 1   Options Enharmonic Intervals (For Paschen Organ)  Sige  2013  Mamiffer: duo Faith Coloccia & Aaron Turner / Circle: Finnish duo: Jussi Lehtisalo & Mika Ratto    0:12:41 (Pop‑up)
Akira Yamamichi  Topography I to V   Options Chiky​(​u​)​u (V/A)  Ash International  1997  Japanese artist    0:20:02 (Pop‑up)
Damian Catera  deComposition USA   Options Radio Action III (V/A)  Free103Point9  2008  Catera is an interdisciplinary sound and media artist, and an electro-acoustic composer and improviser. He has performed solo improvised “decompositions” using computer-manipulated live radios as instrumentation in such venues as the New Museum of Contemporary Art and The Kitchen in New York City, the ZKM institute in Germany, and the Institute for Contemporary Art in Prague.    0:23:55 (Pop‑up)
Folke Rabe  Swinee River   Options Whispers From The Forests, Screams From The Mountains: New Suggestions For the Swedish Flora & Fauna (V/A)  The Wire  2007  Swedish composer    0:27:52 (Pop‑up)
DJ Pure  Dekon 3   Options Chill Out (V/A)  Sabotage  1998  AKA Vienna-based Peter Votava    0:29:45 (Pop‑up)
Piipstjilling  Unkrud   Options Wurdskrieme  Experimedia  2010  2nd full-length album from Netherlands quartet Mariska Baars, Jan Kleefstra, Romke Kleefstra, & Rutger Zuydervelt    0:33:08 (Pop‑up)
Jordan Christoff  Iron Goddess / Life Is Fine (by Langston Hughes) / Annabel Lee (by Edgar Allan Poe)   Options Liminal  Past Inside the Present  2019  synthesizer programming & field recordings by Christoff with additional field recordings by Emily Thiessen    0:38:58 (Pop‑up)
 
Alexa Raine-Wright  Flute Sonata In E Minor, Op. 3, No. 3: I. Allegro   Options Platti: Flute Sonatas, Op. 3  Leaf  2019  Alexa Raine-Wright (baroque flute), Rona Nadler (harpsichord), Camille Paquette-Roy (cello) & Sylvain Bergeron (lute) / Italian composer Giovanni Platti was born in late 1600s in Padua & was an oboist & composer  *   1:07:54 (Pop‑up)
Alicia de Larrocha  Suite Española, Op. 47 - Asturias (Leyenda)   Options Albeniz: Iberia; Navarra; Suite Española  Decca  1988  Isaac Albéniz was a Spanish virtuoso pianist, composer, & conductor. He is best known for his piano works based on Spanish folk music idioms. His "Suite Española, Op. 47," is a suite for solo piano. It is mainly composed of works written in 1886 which were grouped together in 1887, in honour of the Queen of Spain. These pieces depict different regions (in this case, Asturias) and musical styles of the dance of the region in Spain (Leyenda). / Alicia de Larrocha was born in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain & began studying piano at the age of 3. Both her parents were pianists and she was also the niece of pianists.She gave her 1st public performance at the age of 5 at the International Exposition in Barcelona. She performed her 1st concert at the age of 6 at the World's Fair in Seville in 1929, and had her orchestral debut at the age of 11.    1:10:04 (Pop‑up)
Matthew Barley  The Song Of Separation And Waiting (by Pandit Sultan Kahn)   Options The Protecting Veil  Signum Classics  2019  with tabla player Sukhvinder Singh / cellist Barley was born in London and trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London & the Moscow Conservatoire.  *   1:15:43 (Pop‑up)
Laurie Anderson, Tenzin Choegyal, Jesse Paris Smith  Jigten   Options Songs From The Bardo  Smithsonian Folkways Recordings  2019  album was created to be a sonic journey through "The Tibetan Book Of The Dead"  *   1:26:52 (Pop‑up)
Ali Farke Toure & Toumani Diabate  Kadi Kadi   Options In The Heart Of The Moon  World Circuit  2005  1st collaboration between Malian guitarist Toure & kora player Diabate    1:32:31 (Pop‑up)
Sufjan Stevens  Movement III (Linear Tableau With Intersecting Surprise)   Options The BQE (The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)  Asthmatic Kitty  2009  "The BQE" is a suite inspired by the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway & the Hula-Hoop. It was commissioned by the Brooklyn Academy of Music and was originally performed in the "Howard Gilman Opera House" in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the "Next Wave Festival" in October of 2007.    1:35:52 (Pop‑up)
Cold Warrior / Mabel King, Steve Martin, Helena Carroll & Richard Ward  Yellow Square / You Mean I'm Gonna Stay This Color?   Options Yellow Square / The Jerk  Alphazone  1996  AKA Richard H. Kirk of Cabaret Voltaire    1:39:55 (Pop‑up)
Arp / Richard Ward, Steve Martin, Mabel King, et al.  Nzuku / The Lord Loves A Working Man, Don't Never Trust Whitey, See A Doctor & Get Rid Of It   Options Zebra / The Jerk  Mexican Summer  2018  AKA Brooklyn-based Alexis Georgopoulus, who took his moniker from the legendary synthesizer    1:47:03 (Pop‑up)
Lou Turner  A Flickering Protagonist   Options My Body, 'Tis Of Thee (V/A)  Centripetal Force  2019  Turner is based in Nashville / Organized in response to states (Alabama, Ohio, Missouri, among others) passing restrictive and unconstitutional abortion legislation - and driven by the need for an immediate response with tangible results - Centripetal Force reached out in hope of finding allies to partake in this important project. The result is a collection of ten artists and bands, all of which are led by women or feature women in prominent roles within the band's lineup. All profits from this endeavor will be donated to NARAL Pro-Choice America & their fight to keep abortion safe and legal for all women.  *   1:54:13 (Pop‑up)
James Plotkin  Plunge   Options A Strange, Perplexing  Discreet  1996  debut solo album / born in NJ / from groups: Atomsmasher, Flux, Hygiene, Jodis, Khanate, Khlyst, Lotus Eaters, Namanax, O.L.D. (old Lady Drivers), Phantomsmasher, Regurgitation, Solarus, Trifid Project, & Ubik    1:56:08 (Pop‑up)
 
Danny Paul Grody / Julie Christie / Samuel West / Chris Watson  Sunrise, Looking East / World Wheel XXVII (by Frithjof Schuon) / The Lesser Celandine (by William Wordsworth) / The Bee Symphony   Options no album / The Protecting Veil / Poems Of Natural Beauty / Cross-Pollination  Longform Editions  2019  from the artist: Grody is a founding member of both San Francisco based bands Tarentel & The Drift. He is a self taught guitarist, and the melodies at the core of Danny’s songwriting bring to mind his love of West African kora, Takoma style fingerpicking and all things minimal, repetitive & hypnotic.  *   2:18:41 (Pop‑up)
Peter Broderick  Conspiraling   Options Partners  Erased Tapes  2016  Oregon-based artist from groups: Allred & Broderick, Flash Hawk Parlor Ensemble, Greg Gives Peter Space, Horse Feathers, Loch Lomond, Norfolk & Western, & Oliveray    2:35:21 (Pop‑up)
Cornell Kinderknecht  Freeflying   Options Into Stillness  Little Greyhound Music  2019  Dallas-based artist  *   2:39:38 (Pop‑up)
Masayoshi Fujita  Old Automation   Options Book of Life  Erased Tapes  2018  Berlin-based vibraphonist    2:43:35 (Pop‑up)
Elton John  Someone Saved My Life Tonight   Options Captain Fantastic & the Brown Dirt Cowboy  MCA  1975  The song "Someone Saved My Life Tonight" concludes Side 1 of the album's narrative, chronicling the early history of John and lyricist, Bernie Taupin, and their struggles to find their place within the music industry. Taupin's lyric refers to a time in 1968, before John was popular as a musician, when John was engaged to be married to girlfriend Linda Woodrow. John and Woodrow were sharing a flat with Taupin in Furlong Road in Highbury, London, hence the opening line "When I think of those East End lights." John did not love his girlfriend, and felt trapped by the relationship. Feeling desperate, John contemplated suicide, and even made a half-hearted attempt at asphyxiating himself with a gas oven in his home. He took refuge in his friends, especially Long John Baldry, who convinced John to abandon his plans to marry in order to salvage and maintain his musical career. His parents arrived the next day, in a van, to take him home. As a sign of respect and gratitude to Baldry, Taupin wrote him into the song as the "someone" in the title, and also as "Sugar Bear."    2:50:06 (Pop‑up)
 

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:09am Nulsh:

Goooooood mornin'!!!
  6:09am David in London:

Morning Carol and all Moonfaces out there this fine morning.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:10am Nulsh:

Woah! I wuz first!
Mornin' David!
Avatar 6:11am CarolCrow:

Gooood morning', Nulsh!
Avatar 6:11am CarolCrow:

Morning, David in London!
  Swag For Life Member 6:14am Manana:

This is an early adrenaline rush. Guess the coffee can wait... Morning, Carol.
  6:15am David in London:

Hey Nulsh. How’s tricks?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:17am fred:

Good morning Carol and all
Avatar 6:18am CarolCrow:

Morning, Manana! Yes. Weird week.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:18am Nulsh:

I am grand David thanks. Et vous?
Avatar 6:18am CarolCrow:

Good morning, fred!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:19am Ken From Hyde Park:

Classes at the Mooniversity are now in session!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:20am crateslinger:

this is good prep for my sunday sunrise at the bushwick laundromat/homeless shelter
  6:21am David in London:

Yeah, good thanks man. Revelling in the Indian Summer which seems to have set in now.
Avatar 6:22am CarolCrow:

@Ken@6:19: HaHa! A good morning to you!
  Swag For Life Member 6:23am Manana:

‘Welcome to Story Time with Hieronymus Bosch!’
Avatar 6:23am CarolCrow:

Good morning, crateslinger! Ha!
  6:24am Dave Conehead:

Checking in
Yay Carol
Avatar 6:27am CarolCrow:

@Manana@6:23: :) :)
Avatar 6:27am CarolCrow:

Hey there, Dave Conehead!
Avatar 6:28am duke:

Hello Carol and Moonlighters
  Swag For Life Member 6:30am Manana:

Bosch is my boy. Sorely regret not buying a pair of boots decorated with scenes from Garden of Earthly Delights few years ago.
Avatar 6:32am CarolCrow:

Hello duke!
  6:33am David in London:

Carol, you clearly like playing tracks with pig noises on...
Avatar 6:35am CarolCrow:

@David@6:33: Yes. I am taking pills and seeing a therapist. Is there any hope for me?
Avatar 6:35am TDK60:

Morning.
  6:35am Buddha of Suburbia:

Hello Carol! Hello Sonata-teers!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:36am Nulsh:

TDK60!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:36am Nulsh:

BOOOOODAAAAH!
  6:37am Buddha of Suburbia:

Hello Nulsh!!!
Avatar 6:37am CarolCrow:

Morning, TDK60!
Avatar 6:37am CarolCrow:

Hello Buddha!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:37am Nulsh:

Where are ya' spamoni?!
Hope yer' well amigo.
  6:38am David in London:

I think it’s just a slight case of swine fever Carol. Nothing to be alarmed about.
  6:40am ignatatus666:

Carol
It doesn’t make you a bad person. That’s for damn sure.
Headed home
I’ll check I from 2 Mountain ms away
PS
Anyone near the Hudson watch that moon setting
Gorgeous as the sun comes up behind you
I need a drone for cool pics. iPhones are terrible for night and distance pics.
  Swag For Life Member 6:40am Manana:

I find this show therapeutic. Not to make light of anything.
Avatar 6:43am CarolCrow:

@David@6:38: Haha. Okay then!
Avatar 6:44am CarolCrow:

@ignatatus@6:40: Thank you! Safe drive! And yes, the moon was something last night:)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:48am fred:

I think spamoni said yesterday he was planning to visit his brother
Avatar 6:50am CarolCrow:

thank you, fred!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:53am Nulsh:

Ah that's right fred! Thanks!
  Swag For Life Member 6:55am Manana:

Liminality really has been having a moment. Appealing idea.
Avatar 6:56am John from NP:

Good morning Carol and fellow Loonie Moonies
  6:58am ignatatus666:

Home is where your dog is
Home safe
Good Morning all.
Avatar 6:59am CarolCrow:

Good morning, John from NP!
Avatar 6:59am dale:

good morning. sorry i missed the oscar mayer philharmonic
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:00am Stanley:

Good mornington Carol and everyone.
  7:04am Buddha of Suburbia:

Wish i didn't take that shower..as I missed so much! Would have loved to hear Langston Hughes! Hi Dalegroggio!
  Swag For Life Member 7:09am Manana:

Sweden: Bergman, lingonberries, ice skating for miles. Good stuff.
Avatar 7:09am dale:

hello quaaluda of superbia. i say that because you're a rush, then you're relaxing...
Avatar 7:11am dale:

this is a nice way to wake up. can you come to my house and deejay every morning carol? we have maxwell house coffee and muffins...
  7:12am Buddha of Suburbia:

Dalcardo, well played. Such lovely. dramatic music..i feel like leaving my significant other while running in the rain wearing a cloaked cape.
Avatar 7:13am dale:

now i want to hear some renaissance after this. mother russia will do...
Avatar 7:15am CarolCrow:

@dale@6:59: Ha! Good morning!
Avatar 7:15am CarolCrow:

Good morning, Stanley!
Avatar 7:15am TDK60:

Morning. Oh, I said that already.
Avatar 7:16am Sem:

Less than five feet tall and with small hands for a pianist, in her younger years she was nonetheless able to tackle all the big concertos (all five by Beethoven, Liszt's No. 1, Brahms's No. 2, Rachmaninoff's Nos. 2 and 3, both of Ravel's, Prokofiev's No. 3, those of Bliss and Khachaturian, and many more), as well as the wide spans demanded by the music of Granados, Albéniz and de Falla. She had a "long fifth finger" and a "wide stretch between thumb and index finger" which helped make her more technically gifted.
Alicia de Larrocha, via wikithingy.

Good morning, Ms. Crow, Moonlit ones everywhere.
Avatar 7:21am CarolCrow:

@dale@7:11: haha:) Can I hang out with the kitty, too?
Avatar 7:21am Brian in UK:

Greetings Carol and Sunday snoozers.

Bosco rules the triptych world.
Avatar 7:22am CarolCrow:

@Sem@7:16: Hey, thank you for posting that info! Good morning to you!
Avatar 7:23am Brian in UK:

Good to see that A440 / Stochastic Hit Parade is back with us.
Avatar 7:23am CarolCrow:

Greetings, Brian! :)
  7:23am John from Florham park:

Good morning fellow moonlight sonata listeners
Avatar 7:23am CarolCrow:

Good morning, John from Florham Park!
  7:24am Buddha of Suburbia:

What lovely music this morning, Carol. It's delightful.
  Swag For Life Member 7:24am Manana:

Turns out Justin Christoff is not an uncommon name. If curious about the musician, save a moment and go straight to Bandcamp. Yr welcome.
  7:25am John from Florham park:

@carol not only do the DJs know their music but the people on this chat board are pretty knowledgeable too
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:25am Stanley:

Howdy-do Sem and Brian. How are ya?
Me too, very happy to see Bethany back on the schedules.
Avatar 7:25am Brian in UK:

@Sem how's things? Need to get the old rotavator out soon and load up with some manure, better check out the local stables.
Avatar 7:25am CarolCrow:

@Buddha@7:24: So glad you are liking:)
Avatar 7:26am CarolCrow:

@John@7:25: Agreed!
  7:26am Buddha of Suburbia:

I think classical guitar pieces always work best with a little sadness.
  7:26am John from Florham park:

Hello Buddha nulsh dale John from np
Avatar 7:26am Brian in UK:

Stanley, just having a quiet day what with the MotoGP and cricket.
Avatar 7:27am Brian in UK:

Stanley, I tried to fire up the old Howard 350, after several gos and expletives it started.
Avatar 7:28am Sem:

Hello, Brian, Stanley. Winding up the last 4 Markets of the year, harvesting potatoes and tomatoes at a brisk pace, and planning a few trips. All well where you are?
  7:29am Buddha of Suburbia:

Hi JFP! Anyone seen Spamoni?
  7:30am John from Florham park:

@buddha spamoni was my n yesterday
Avatar 7:30am Brian in UK:

Sem, the toms are still green trying to ripen them up off the plants. More courgettes than you need. Courgette (zuccini), Feta and Mint soup anyone.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:31am Aaron Working In Newark:

CarolCrow, I love when you try to talk all serious and end up laughing, it warms my heart <3
Avatar 7:33am dale:

carol - peanut passed long ago. but fraidy and squeakers are a blast. they love company.
  7:34am John from Florham park:

@Boods meant spamoni was on yesterday
  7:34am Buddha of Suburbia:

I think this musician has been inspired by Ber Ber Andalusian middle eastern music
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:34am Stanley:

Brian, sounds like the old beast doesn't like to be woken up.
I heard that green tomatoes make good chutney?
  7:37am Buddha of Suburbia:

Thanks JfP. Hope he's ok.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:38am Stanley:

Sem, it's all fine at The Grove but Mrs Stanley is in her beginning of term hell realm. I'm sitting here putting a few gigs in the diary. Deciding on the Delines, Phil Manzanera, Moon Duo and/or Sunn o)))
  7:39am John from Florham park:

@me too Buddha
Avatar 7:40am Sem:

Lovely, Stanley. Big city Scotland gets its share of compelling music, I see.
I do not envy Mrs. Stanley's situation in the slightest.
Avatar 7:40am Brian in UK:

Stanley, true but there is only so much you can eat.
Are the Delines coming your way? Out in the sticks it is hopeless. I love Amy's voice and Willy's sensibilities. Great selfless band.
  7:41am Jeffrey Davison:

Listening at work. I didn't know about this Sufjan Stevens soundtrack!
  Swag For Life Member 7:41am Manana:

And now, my interpretive dance titled “Summer Accident Gridlock.”
Avatar 7:41am CarolCrow:

@Aaron@7:31: You're funny! Thanks for being here!
  7:42am tonyb:

Carol! When I hit the doldrums I usually pull out FJ Haydn’s 104th or WA Mozart’s 41st. Requiem & Gould’s Variations are also in my tool box for other mood modifications. Best regards, tonyb.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:42am fred:

@Stanley: No Malawi Mouse Boys tour stop nearby?
Avatar 7:43am CarolCrow:

@dale@7:33: I am sorry to hear about peanut. I am glad about your 2 kitties:) :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:44am Stanley:

Brian - Salford, is that within striking distance?
Avatar 7:45am dale:

the jerk!
  7:46am adrian elaine in mpls:

good morning everyone!
Avatar 7:47am dale:

thanks carol. she was a runt and always had medical issues but she made it to 15 and outlived her brothers and sisters. became vegan because of her too. when you spend so much time trying to keep one animal alive you begin to wonder why you eat others without a thought....
  7:47am ignatatus666:

Hahaha
The jerk
Avatar 7:48am Brian in UK:

Stanley, only two hours. You would have thought that Birmingham would have a show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:49am Stanley:

fred - their name is from a rodent kebab sold at the side of the road in Africa.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:49am Nulsh:

JohnfFP! Mornin' squire!
Apologies, I had to drop out there for a bit.
Avatar 7:50am dale:

'....all i need is this ashtray....this chair...."
  7:50am ignatatus666:

Don’t ever never trust Whitey!
Avatar 7:51am TDK60:

Nulsh, how's Glasgow?
  7:52am Dave Conehead:

This works so good!
Avatar 7:52am spamoni:

Good morning Carol and fellow Moonberries. I guess being late is better than not showing up !
  Swag For Life Member 7:52am Manana:

Another classic movie to add to the catchup list...
Avatar 7:53am TDK60:

..very fashionable Spamoni.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:56am Nulsh:

All good in Glesga' TDK60! Cheers. How did it go yesterday?
Avatar 7:56am Sem:

Hey, spamoni!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:56am Nulsh:

spamoni!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:59am fred:

@spamoni: glad to "see" you. I thought you were having beers with your brother
Avatar 8:00am TDK60:

Nulsh, oh, very well. The songs I chose were appreciated.
Avatar 8:01am spamoni:

I just read the board, thank you all for your thoughts !! I did visit my brother yesterday and it was nice seeing family although i consider all of you my extended family !!!
Avatar 8:01am CarolCrow:

@Jeffrey D@7:41: Yes! And it's about a NYS highway! Haha! :) :)
Avatar 8:02am CarolCrow:

Hey tonyb! Yes, mood is very important! :)
  8:02am adrian elaine in mpls:

@spamoni - my dad likes to say ‘You’re never late as long as you arrive.’ so yr right on time!
Avatar 8:03am CarolCrow:

Good morning, adrian elaine in mpls!
Avatar 8:05am CarolCrow:

Good morning, spamoni! Glad to have you here anytime:) :)
Avatar 8:05am spamoni:

@adrian elaine in mpls and in my case " arive alive" LOL
Avatar 8:08am spamoni:

@fred i did have a few beers and a nice greasy cheeseburger ,that kind of was a mistake !
Avatar 8:09am spamoni:

Nulsh ,how's everything amigo ?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:09am Stanley:

Hi Nulsh
I don't know what your bag is, but if you're up for any of these in Glasgow:
Phil Manzanera (16/10)
Sunn o))) (25/10)
Moon Duo (31/10)

Give me a shout
  8:10am LiXiviated Life:

Good morning all
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:11am fred:

@spamoni: Making mistakes and being alive are pretty much the same thing
Avatar 8:12am spamoni:

@fred amen to that !
Avatar 8:12am Sem:

How wise of you to say, fred. My experience precisely.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:15am Buddha of Suburbia:

Hello folks, I am baaack! Why LOOK WHO'S HERE!!! SPAMONI!!! Good to see you, buddy!
Avatar 8:16am TDK60:

Fred - I made a mistake once and decided to never let that happen again. Hee.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:17am Nulsh:

I am great spamoni! Thank ya'! fred reminded me you were off to yer' boro's. Beer and burgers sounds like a good shout!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:19am Nulsh:

Hey Stanley! Thanks for the heads up there. I'll check them out.
I was due to see Stephen Malkmus on Friday but mate made an arse of getting tickets!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:19am Nulsh:

TDK60, such an amazing thing to do. Can I ask what songs you selected?
Avatar 8:20am CarolCrow:

Good morning, LiXiviated Life!
Avatar 8:25am TDK60:

Nulsh, why not? They are: Dylan's Drifter's Escape, Buffy Sainte Marie's Cripple Creek, Fairport Convention's Meet On The Ledge, Donovan's The Summer Day Reflection Song. There were 6 visitors and patient, so a mini concert I guess. They liked it a lot!
Avatar 8:33am spamoni:

Hellooooo Buddha of Suburbia !!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:34am Nulsh:

TDK60! I doff my cap amigo! Kudos!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:38am Buddha of Suburbia:

Hello Spamoni! Good to see you! Have a great day everyone! Bye Carol! Great SHOW!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:42am Nulsh:

Bye Buddha! Have a top day!
Avatar 8:44am Jewelia:

Carol. I am loving your selections today :-)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:47am Buddha of Suburbia:

Bye Nulsh!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:50am Aaron Working In Newark:

Thank you for another amazing Sunday CarolCrow! <3
Avatar 8:50am TDK60:

Yes Carol, fab sound choices.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:52am fred:

@Carol: Do you know Kuniko Kato? She's a marimba player / percusionist
Avatar 8:52am CarolCrow:

@Jewella@8:44: So glad! Thanks for tuning in!
Avatar 8:53am CarolCrow:

@fred@8:52: No, but I will definitely check out! THANKS!
Avatar 8:54am Sem:

Thank you, Ms.Crow, for this morning's musical adventures. See you and all again next time, provided hurricane season does not intervene once again, as it did last Sunday.
Avatar 8:54am dale:

never noticed the heavy drums on this. good toe tapping.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:55am Stanley:

Gotta fly, fly away.
Well, only as far as the mountain of washing up in the kitchen.
Thanks Carol and bye all it's been fun.
Avatar 8:56am CarolCrow:

Thank you all for listening today! Enjoy your Sunday:)
Avatar 8:56am Sylvia (France-NYC):

What a great song to end your set with...
Thank you, Carol
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:57am Nulsh:

Bye Carol! Bye folks!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:57am Ken From Hyde Park:

Thanks, Carol. Have a waning gibbous week.
  8:58am agav:

peace er' one...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:00am BVP:

the was why i listen to y'all. thank you.
Avatar 9:03am CarolCrow:

Many thanks to everyone listening today and on the archive! Hope you have a great week:) :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:57pm Pablexa™:

Sorry I missed ya Carol! A bunch of us were out entertaining a guy from ATL - Great night, but I missed ya!
  11:55pm Cornell Kinderknecht:

Thanks for playing my tune Freeflying, Carol. Sorry I missed the live show!
Avatar 10:33am Avrilinmay:

YAS Carol yas! that classical music for the intro!
best way to start the sunday (and serious moonlight sonatas )!
And best way to start a sunday *is* Serious Moonlight Sonatas
(listening to the archive, but still, I feel like my morning hasn't started until that opening)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:27pm jkeigh:

Sorry to hear that you had a bit of a week. This was my catch up listen (pt 2) on Friday. I've really been enjoying all of the classical music and ambient music that you've been playing lately. Thank you again! On to part 3 (last week's show) in a little bit.
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