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I never miscue a record. I am punctual, well-prepared, and dislike clutter. Outgoing and helpful, I'm always appropriately dressed. I do not behave erratically and have excellent penmanship. My CD's never skip, and I am in good health. I like all the notes, in any order.

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Egisto Macchi  La Sporca Guerra   Favoriting Parliamo Di... Nº1   
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Gino Marinuzzi Jr.  Maranatha   Favoriting Risonanze/3   
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M. Zalla  Produzione   Favoriting Problemi d'oggi   
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Alessandro Alessandroni  Suor Omicidi: Seq. 1   Favoriting Suor Omicidi / Lo Strangolatore Di Vienna / Lady Frankenstein   
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Bruno Nicolai  Seq. 3   Favoriting ...E Poi, Non Ne Rimase Nessuno   
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Elisabeth Chojnacka  Phrygian Tucket   Favoriting Energy  composer: Stephen Montague 
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Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov  Ivanovo Detstvo   Favoriting Ivanovo Detstvo   
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Hermann Nitsch  Sinfonie für Mexico City   Favoriting Sinfonie für Mexico City   
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Toshio Hosokawa  Ans Meer   Favoriting Solo Concertos, vol. 1   
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Georg Friedrich Haas  ... Und ...   Favoriting Works for Ensemble   
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Krys O.:

Good afternoon!
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duke:

Today is a special day at Hinky Dinky
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Crudbringer:

time to bryzzolate the braynpan
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p20:

i feel like this is going to be epic
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karlward:

Get ready for rage
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karlward:

Soothing, soothing rage
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Crudbringer:

p20! you're back! how was your weekend?
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Crudbringer:

cool, a utensil-themed show
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Handy Haversack:

Hello, Bryce and all the Blended Ones!
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coelacanth∅:

hey Bryce and all
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duke:

I was on the wrong playlist. I'll stay here instead.
  12:04pm
Ramblin' Ray:

"La Sporca Guerra" = The Dirty War
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:05pm
Rory:

Bryce, listeners! Squawk!!!
  12:05pm
ami ad:

Hello D.J. Hello all.Got the incense,the spliff,the juice.Let's get going away.Cheers.
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p20:

@crudbringer: New show, so I have another 20 comments (I think that's how it works). Oops, now 18.
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p20:

although i've lost all track of time.... it could be monday ... i don't know ... space and time are all relative and possibly constructions of our brains
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:08pm
Handy Haversack:

All comments are one comment, p20. There are just different expressions of it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:08pm
Ike:

WFMU is the only reason I have any idea which weekday it is. Bryce is on? Yay, it's Friday!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:12pm
Rory:

The Killer Nun
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Sem:

Helloooo, Bryce, Brycelettes, and problem doggies everywhere.
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p20:

Just looked up this movie - I've never seen the word "Nunsploitation" before but of course it had to exist.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:16pm
dave wuz here:

my favorite 'sploitaition
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:17pm
Crudbringer:

A joke my FiL invented in English, his second language: What's the highest position a woman can achieve in the Catholic church?
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Sem:

*rimshot standing by*
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p20:

flying nun?
  12:20pm
ami ad:

*the missionary flip*
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dave wuz here:

nun of the above
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Handy Haversack:

I don't know, Crudbringer, what IS the highest position a woman can achieve in the Catholic church?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:21pm
Crudbringer:

"Nun."
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Sem:

*cowbell*
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:22pm
Michael 98145:

"Mary" ?
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Itzall Hear:

*slide-whistle*
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Bryce:

hey, all! sorry, bloodying up my fingers trying to find artwork, hahaaa
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:23pm
Crudbringer:

The pun is a lot more impressive when you hear how thick his accent is. Although, I accidentally did the same thing once to my MiL, listening to (some version of the classic) _Perdida_. I was like, "that word doesn't make sense in that usage, they should just call her "Ho-dida" and MiL heard me say "jodida" and lost it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:23pm
Crudbringer:

@Michael 98145 wins.
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p20:

@Crudbringer: I'm always happy to learn some new Spanish vocabulary, thanks for that word!
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Carmichael:

This guy plays better than Lurch!
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Blues Mandinga:

Ea!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:27pm
Krys O.:

Arpeggio City!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:28pm
Crudbringer:

take me down to arpeggio city, where the foreheads are tall and the mansion is gritty
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:29pm
Handy Haversack:

Arpeggio City: The Next Step

(Brought to you by the Arpeggio City Chamber Music of Commerce Music)
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Bryce:

what the hell did that harpsichord ever do to her??
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:30pm
WoodsOfNH:

Is this the part where she flips the harpsichord over and shoots flames over the audience?
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p20:

NICE!
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Jim the Poet:

That was amazing, Bryce
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:33pm
Crudbringer:

Between the metal sensibility and the title "Phrygian Tucket" that track would not be out-of-place on any Longmont Potion Castle release.
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p20:

I had no idea that 20th (and 21st) century harpischord music was even a thing. I learn so much here at WFMU Music School.
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Bryce:

oh man, i heart her. she's a really amazing performer
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:37pm
Handy Haversack:

Show sounds fantastic so far, Bryce. Hope the kities are enjoying.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:37pm
Krys O.:

My fave TV themes as a kid featured harpsichord.
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p20:

@Krys: What show(s)?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:41pm
Krys O.:

Danger Man, Addams Famiily
  12:42pm
ami ad:

The other day I watched Iran:People of The Flame with David Adams,the most Mystical,musical,Brycetastic episode of the series.
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Lixiviated Life:

Whats this?
Not a single bzzzzzz ?
ok I'll just wait right here.
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p20:

@Krys: Oh, that's a harpsichord in the Addams Family theme, of course! Never really thought about it. And I've never heard of Danger Man. But I loved McGoohan in The Avengers, so I'll have to check it out.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:46pm
maestroso:

Danger Man was called "Secret Agent" in the States.
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Carmichael:

Danger Man was the precursor to Secret Agent (Man).
  12:49pm
Top Nun:

Settle down, children!
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Krys O.:

An interesting article on the harpsichord revival: cstonline.net...
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p20:

"Instrument of death"? You have my interest! Thanks Krys!
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Ken From Hyde Park:

Hi, Bryce, mortals and immortals.
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Bryce:

i once saw a beautiful modern black gloss electric harpsichord in a mid-century shop in montclair, nj. i really considered being a hit man for a month, just a month....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:56pm
Rory:

@Bryce - I’ll be your hit man, Bryce! Whatcha need bro?
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maestroso:

@Bryce - there was a clear lucite electric harpsichord in Robbie's Music City in Totowa for a long time in the '70s. I wonder if it's still there.
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Krys O.:

Simply divine...
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Bryce:

i'll take 'em all! and a clavichord with restored pads please
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:57pm
Rory:

On it! ;)
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p20:

AHA!! "The mechanism of a harpsichord does not sustain the notes, leading to it being called the ‘instrument of death’"..... (is that why metal guitarists use so much palm-muting?)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:59pm
Booz:

Artimiev!
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Crudbringer:

Solaris
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p20:

Eduard Artemyev
  1:00pm
Zetti:

cool set, thanks.
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Barney Grubbs:

when I was in college there was a music course where you built a clavichord over the course of a year (www.latimes.com...)--doesn't look like it's on the books any more
  1:04pm
JakeGould:

Hello!
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Krys O.:

Need a Magnus chord organ. Had one as a kid. My next pandemic impulse buy.
  1:07pm
JakeGould:

My pandemic impluse buys are old New Directions poetry books.
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Sem:

So, I'm guessing no blood-letting in this one, eh, Bryce?
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Bryce:

oddly not!! i just noticed video of this entire performance is on youtube. there's nothing naked or disembowled at all. huh!
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Bryce:

i got a magnus in the next room.
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Crudbringer:

cicadas
  1:10pm
WM:

@JakeGould: New Directions published a lot of Ezra Pound - my favorite poet.
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Bryce:

i love when you push a key like halfway down, the not starts at a lower pitch than it's supposed to and bends up as you keep going
  1:11pm
luther blissett:

good afternoon
  1:12pm
JakeGould:

@WM: Mainly getting Pablo Neruda and William Carlos Williams books. Also, they give me some deep positive nostalgia for the college bookstore I worked in because they pretty much all have that college bookstore specific charcoal price stamp inside as well as those security tag strips randomly placed inside of them.
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Carmichael:

Pete Townshend busted into a common Lowry organ, stole the marimba rythmn track and twisted it up into the intro of Baba O'Riley.
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Bryce:

carmichael, fmu actually has that very (model of) organ in the love room! it's crazy the first time you randomly hit the right "stop" and it goes baba
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Carmichael:

I'd love to break into an old Wurlitzer and make it work out until it has a heart attack. I could get some killer tones out of it.
  1:19pm
JakeGould:

I know you guys are talking about analog synths, but I am fascinated by this — effectively — modular synth programming language mentioned on another playlist, Chuck: chuck.cs.princeton.edu
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Krys O.:

My brother showed me how to circuit bend on transistor radios in the early 70s. Those sounds were amazing.
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Hubig Pie:

I had a Casio keyboard that did a pretty good Wesley Willis
  1:22pm
The old pooperoo:

Drive the tubes into clipping, maybe? That's what the guitarists do. Wonder if anyone has tried screwing around with bias? If Cage(?) wrote pieces for a prepared piano, there could be a prepared Wurlitzer
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WoodsOfNH:

@JakeGould Because of PandemicScatterbrain, I haven't spent enough time with Chuck but I like that I can write plain text. The first thing I did was a program that read and played random chunks of a sound file. And it was maybe 15 lines long!
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Bryce:

oh wow, ChucK has a lot of modules. on the sort of opposite tip, being purely visual, Audulus is a lot of fun. it'll run on your phone too!
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Krys O.:

Still have my Casio PT-30 from 1984.
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Carmichael:

There's a group that breaks into the Nintendo Gameboy and manipulates the synth. They crank out some odd songs. Every Xmas I play the 8 bit version of Let It Snow.
  1:26pm
WM:

@JakeGould: New Directions was founded by James Laughlin who knew WCW and EP personally. He also published many works by Octavio Paz.
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Bryce:

LSDj
  1:27pm
JakeGould:

@WoodsofNH: Yeah, I know that pandemic scatterbrain feeling… For me I have cleared up my GitHub repo after seeing what a bloated disaster it was and have decided to experiment with OpenCV stuff. ChucK looks cool, but I just need to find my own cycles.
  1:28pm
JakeGould:

@WM: Quality stuff.

@Bryce: LOL! I like how on WFMU there are many DJs who never refer to themselves as DJs.
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stefica:

pandemic scatterbrain is real
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Krys O.:

Standing in the kitchen blankly
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stefica:

@KrysO I am sure you were about to do something
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Mister Dobalina:

These sounds are really helping with this headache I have at the moment.
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Krys O.:

I know! Have a conversation with my cats.
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p20:

@JakeGould: I have done some motion tracking stuff with OpenCV... it's a nice library
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stefica:

My cats get annoyed when I wake them up to interact, though they don't mind waking me up to interact.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:34pm
Krys O.:

Going back to work on Monday and I'm sure my cats will hardly notice the difference since they sleep 20 hours a day.
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Chris from DC:

Yay, Hermann!
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Carmichael:

@Jake, do they have examples of sounds written in Chuck? The site looks like it was written by programmers, i.e. indecipherable ..
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Bryce:

LSDj = the Gameboy music software!
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Crudbringer:

Did you guys know that "Hermann" is German for "Mister Man"?
  1:40pm
alan r:

Just tuned in from Mexico City! Nice surprise !
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WoodsOfNH:

@Carmichael If you install the programming environment miniAudicle (which will install Chuck) you can browse examples via File-Open Example. And yeah, the site looks like it was written by programmers because it was!
  1:42pm
JakeGould:

@Carmichael: This video shows how you can use Chuck to process a pre-existing sound file: www.youtube.com...

As far as pre-existing sounds go, there are sound generators in the programming. But you need to be able to program them to create output. But the video I show is nice in that it shows how you can take a simple WAV file and do cool stuff with it in a small amount of code.
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TDK60:

Hello, I put this radio station on by mistake, but I see it wasn't.
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Booz:

My daughter keeps passing my office and hassling me about The Nitsch. Makes me love it even more. Seriously, so evocative of DF.
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Rev. Turnip Druid:

Got here just in time to scratch mah chronic Nitsch Itch!
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Ken From Hyde Park:

Sinfonie = German :: Symphony = English ?
How's come the "n" and the "m" got changed?
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TDK60:

I hope to get to Mexico City someday..
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Crudbringer:

Sin is Sin but Senf is mustard, "nie" is "never" - "Sinfonie" is "never dirty mustard".
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Crudbringer:

in America we eat ketchup, so it is called a "sym"-ulated (or "phony") condiment.
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Sem:

KfHP: have look here, the bolded block of text about 5 'graphs down. www.talkclassical.com...
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TDK60:

Never heard of H. Nitsch. This is immediately attention-calling.
  1:50pm
JakeGould:

Catsup
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Hubig Pie:

Music to deep clean a greasy kitchen by.
I loves Lowensenf moutarde
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WoodsOfNH:

I can't figure out if I should clicky-star this or just go hide in the corner.
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Sem:

www.etymonline.com...
Less didactic, more on point:
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Booz:

Love the album cover with the corner of a Baroque Mexican painting. That grinning dude really digs Mexico.
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Crudbringer:

@Hubig the green-cap (green peppercorn) Pommery ain't bad on a sammich neither.
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TDK60:

Ha! Woods..
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Bryce:

TDK60, wait'll you image search him.....
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Booz:

Jesus, just cranking it waaaay up now
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Hubig Pie:

Gonna give that one a try Mr. Crud
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Rory:

WAKE UP!
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Booz:

I am having an experience
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Krys O.:

That was a grand parade.
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Dave in Vermont:

oh, he's a painter too
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common:

fantastic, bryce!
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Bryce:

and a........butcher
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Booz:

Apparently the live Aktion that this was composed for was canceled due to protests of animal cruelty (?)
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TDK60:

Booz, Oh? The plot thickens.
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Ken From Hyde Park:

Thanks, Sem. TIL the Denver boot has a link to the symphony.
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Rev. Turnip Druid:

a Butcher of Consciousness. And a fine one, at that.
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Booz:

Allmusic: In 2015, Nitsch was scheduled for a major Aktion at the Museo Jumex in Mexico City. After an online petition garnered more than 5,000 signatures in protest (because of alleged animal cruelty) the exhibit was suspended. What remained was the score, Sinfonie Für Mexico City, performed by Ensemble, Students of the Conservatorio Nacional de Música, directed by Andrea Cusumano and recorded at Museo ExTeresa Arte Actual.
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Handy Haversack:

Scatterbrain: The dog and I were both just sitting outside, staring blankly at nothing while cottonwood sores built up on us in drifts. He has an excuse, at least.
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Booz:

(One of today's better rabbit holes)
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Ken From Hyde Park:

@Handy - Show your dog how you break a cottonwood twig at just the right spot and you can see a star in the cross-section. That'll pique his interest.
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common:

complicated dude, he is.
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Krys O.:

I love cottonwood trees.
  2:12pm
WM:

Bryce: I admire your courage in being willing to play long tracks. You are patient and indulgent to a fault. But I think you've given Nitsch more than his fair share of air time.
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Handy Haversack:

It's a summer winter wonderland out there, Krys O.
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Booz:

That was awesome.
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sphere:

Whoh.
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common:

creepy as shit. lovely
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Jeff Moore:

Woooo!
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maestroso:

Bravo!
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Booz:

Growing up we had a cottonless cottonwood in the backyard that was endlessly tall and I still think of it as the umbilicus of the world.
  2:18pm
WM:

The audience was probably applauding because it was finally over.
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WoodsOfNH:

Not sure how Bryce managed to play a 7-hour track in just over two hours.
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Handy Haversack:

My black WFMU shirts are all turning white.

That sound was how people clicky-star at live events!
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Summer and Michael and Sylvia:

Great piece, great set, Bryce!
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TDK60:

Doesn't sound like my kinda partee.
  2:19pm
The old pooperoo:

The Nitsch piece was something similar in spirit to Pines of Rome. I don't know why he needed to resort to all the blood and guts shit. I guess the guy takes transubstantiation way too seriously.
  2:19pm
JakeGould:

Sounds like a hell of a roommate.
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coelacanth∅:

getting to non-computer-related work now Thanks Bryce it's been Excellent
...though i'm not positive the others here agree but fuck them!
tchau
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Itzall Hear:

"Father figure"
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Ike:

They should have disemboweled a nice vegetarian papier-mâché cow instead.
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Carmichael:

Or performed tofu sculpturing.
  2:23pm
The old pooperoo:

Or, they could re-enact that Beatles album cover.
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Bryce:

seeya, coel! hi, summermichaelsylvia and all!

WM, if you liked that, you'll loooooove:

www.discogs.com...
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Bryce:

ike, there IS a vegetarian alt nitsch festival! i think i'd be a bit more down with tomatina

www.google.com...
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Carmichael:

That looks like it would smell disgusting.
  2:30pm
JakeGould:

I wish we could still throw tomatoes at performers.
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common:

@carmichael: but i just read that the acid from the tomatoes cleans the streets. but, i bet you are correct.
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Rev. Turnip Druid:

HAAAAAAAAAAASSSSSSSSSS!
  2:35pm
WM:

Perhaps Nitsch should have read On the Abstention of Animal Food by Porphyry third century neo-platonic philosopher who explains that animal sacrifices are unworthy of the gods.
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Rev. Turnip Druid:

Fickle damed gods... they supposedly made these things yet they're unworthy. Pfft.
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Booz:

Speaking of Haas, it is very hard to catch his avocados at perfect ripeness.
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Handy Haversack:

I was at a festival once where one was supposed to throw hazelnuts at the object of one's affection. There were like a million hazelnuts on the ground. The soundscape was intense.
  2:42pm
ami ad:

@Booz:So many unripened avocado toasts have been consumed it's unreal.
  2:45pm
JakeGould:

The longer you stare at an avocado, the less it ripens.
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Handy Haversack:

Great show today, Bryce! Thanks for all!

Thanks, Skeleton!
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TDK60:

Thanks Bryce, in this tense cluster of days....
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Krys O.:

There is a nest of starling chicks in the wall of my bathroom. It's the second year that a starling has come through a vent and done this. The sounds drive my cats nuts. It sounds like aliens to me.

Thank you for the lovely soundscapes, Bryce! Take care and be well, everybody!
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Handy Haversack:

Yeah, starlings make some wild sounds!
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Mister Dobalina:

Really feel'n today's show. Good job, as always, B.!
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Rev. Turnip Druid:

i can HAAS archive?
  2:53pm
ami ad:

Thanks D.J.Thanks Crew.
  2:55pm
JakeGould:

Thanks Bryce!
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juan:

Thanks for another wonderful show today, Bryce!
Be well everyone
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Sem:

Bryce, thanks for the Nitsch, there's always a niche in my heart for a madman, and a bigger one for a Hermann. Later.
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Ken From Hyde Park:

Thanks, Bryce. Not a single miscued record today, as per usual.
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Bryce:

thanks, you all!!
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Crudbringer:

No, Bryce: Thank *you*.
  6:01pm
WOOOOOOOOO:

THANKS BRYCE. AMAZING AS ALWAYS. sorry for all caps i just get excited
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