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Options July 23, 2020: Tinyacuy / Santiago

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Approx. start time
Conjunto Jatun Huaylas / Santos Jesus Berto  Huachhuita   Options Puro Tayta Shanti  Little Axe / Discos Shaki  2019  Compiled by Rick Omonte ; rec. 1973  0:01:47 (Pop‑up)
Unknown Artist  Song Of Lake Titticacca 3 Women   Options Mountain Music of Peru  Folkways  1966  Aymara Music rec. in Chicuito and Chimu  0:04:12 (Pop‑up)
Unknown Artist  Song For A Dead Baby - Charanga And Man And Woman   Options Mountain Music of Peru      Aymara Music rec. in Chicuito and Chimu  0:05:30 (Pop‑up)
Unknown Artist  "Que Vamos Al Lago" (Let's Go To The Lake) Charanga, Woman And Man   Options Mountain Music of Peru      Aymara Music rec. in Chicuito and Chimu  0:06:58 (Pop‑up)
Unknown Artist  Singing, flutes and drums at lake shore, Chimo   Options Mountain Music of Peru – Volume II  Smithsonian Folkways  1994  Aymara Music rec. in Chicuito and Chimu  0:09:00 (Pop‑up)
Miguel Flores  Iranpabanto   Options Primitivo  Buh Records  2015  rec. 1981  0:10:06 (Pop‑up)
Orq. Hurácan del Mantaro  Que Chevere   Options Puro Tayta Shanti  Little Axe / Discos Shaki  2019  rec.198?  0:31:04 (Pop‑up)
Banda Sinfonica Provincial Anchucaya  Mi Santiago   Options Huayno Music Of Peru Vol. 2  Arhoolie Records  1991    0:33:43 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:

Les Metiers et Borneo  





0:35:29 (Pop‑up)
Duo Las Perlas De Huancavelica  Vaca Ratay   Options Puro Tayta Shanti  Little Axe / Discos Shaki  2019  Compiled by Rick Omonte ; rec. 1969  0:51:22 (Pop‑up)
Rosa de Larmenta / Peregrinos de Larmenta  Pisuy Rumi   Options Puro Tayta Shanti      rec. 1976  0:53:13 (Pop‑up)
Conjunto Los Luceros de Huancavelica / Canario Andino  Patuchay Pato   Options Puro Tayta Shanti        0:56:02 (Pop‑up)
Yolanda de Carhuamayo  Taita Shanti   Options Puro Tayta Shanti      age 17  0:58:36 (Pop‑up)
El Violin de Bahuer  Mama Cushta   Options Puro Tayta Shanti        1:01:52 (Pop‑up)
Flor Pucarina / Orq. Los Alegres De Huancayo  Mana Yupa   Options Puro Tayta Shanti      rec. 1973  1:04:27 (Pop‑up)
Conjunto Nativo / Kukuli del Mantaro  Flor de Zura Zura   Options Puro Tayta Shanti        1:07:26 (Pop‑up)
Banda Santa Rosa de Huaricolca  Piña Huaca   Options Puro Tayta Shanti        1:09:56 (Pop‑up)
Unknown Artist  Trumpet of Cow Horns (Corneta De Cachu) Trumpet of Meta ... Recorded in Marketplace, Huancayo   Options Mountain Music of Peru  Folkways  1966  Santiago Music rec. in Huancayo  1:13:18 (Pop‑up)
Unknown Artist  Women Sing in Quechua ... Recorded In Sacsamarca (Near Huancavalica)   Options Mountain Music of Peru        1:14:17 (Pop‑up)
Unknown Artist  Women Sing In Spanish (And Quechua) "Cherimoia" ... Sacsamarca   Options Mountain Music of Peru        1:15:45 (Pop‑up)
Unknown Artist  Long Wooden Tube (Trumpet) And Woman Beats Drum And Sings ... Pucara Near Huancayo   Options Mountain Music of Peru        1:17:50 (Pop‑up)
Unknown Artist  Flutes And Singers At Concourso At Radio Broadcast ... Arena In Huancayo   Options Mountain Music of Peru        1:18:56 (Pop‑up)
Unknown Artist  Guitar, Fiddle And Men Sing At Concourso   Options Mountain Music of Peru        1:22:12 (Pop‑up)
Unknown Artist  Fiddle And Young Girl Sings At Concourso   Options Mountain Music of Peru        1:24:21 (Pop‑up)
Unknown Artist  Trumpet, Woman Sings, Fiddles, Dancers At Concourso   Options Mountain Music of Peru        1:27:45 (Pop‑up)
Unknown Artist  Fiddle And Saxaphone At Concourso   Options Mountain Music of Peru        1:31:10 (Pop‑up)
Unknown Artist  Street Band With Clarinets, Saxaphones, Harps, Etc. ... Recorded At Night In Streets Of Huancayo   Options Mountain Music of Peru        1:32:27 (Pop‑up)
Unknown Artist  Women And Drum "Belaunde And Haya Dela Torre" ... Recorded At Night In Streets Of Huancayo   Options Mountain Music of Peru        1:35:01 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:

Volcanic Activity  





1:38:26 (Pop‑up)
Arturo Ruiz Del Pozo  Clarinete Cajamarquino   Options Composiciones Nativas: Music For Native Peruvian Instruments and Magnetophonic Tape  Buh  2015  rec. 1978  1:48:53 (Pop‑up)
Miguel Flores  II   Options Lorca: Lost Tapes (1989-1991)  Buh  2019    1:51:40 (Pop‑up)
Tomás Tello  La Danza Elegante / Danza del Monito   Options Cimora  Discrepant  2020    1:56:56 (Pop‑up)
Juaneco Y Su Combo  La Danza del Pacurro   Options Aqui Estan... Los Reyes De La Selva  Infopesa  1978    2:02:52 (Pop‑up)
Los Destellos  El Marcianito   Options Clase Aparte  Odeon Del Peru   1971    2:06:29 (Pop‑up)
Los Wembler's de Iquitos  Bola Bola en el Tres   Options La Danza del Petrolero  Decibel  1975    2:09:34 (Pop‑up)
Los Orientales de Paramonga  Chiquilla en Onda   Options Con Sabor Tropical  Sono Radio  1972    2:12:00 (Pop‑up)
Los Juniors  Tercera Piedra En El Sol   Options Back To Peru Vol. II (The Most Complete Compilation Of Peruvian Underground 1964/1974)  Vampi Soul  2009    2:14:44 (Pop‑up)
El Polen  Concordancia   Options Fuera De La Ciudad  Virrey   1973    2:17:36 (Pop‑up)
El Polen  Secuencias De Organillo Y Poliphon   Options Cholo (Música Original de la Banda de Sonido)  Virrey   1972    2:25:07 (Pop‑up)
Lucho Neves y Su Orquesta  Caymeñita   Options ANDINA: Huayno, Carnaval and Cumbia - The Sound of the Peruvian Andes 1968-1978  Tiger's Milk / Strut  2017    2:26:30 (Pop‑up)
Manolo Avalos  Rio de Paria   Options ANDINA: Huayno, Carnaval and Cumbia - The Sound of the Peruvian Andes 1968-1978  Tiger's Milk / Strut  2017    2:29:45 (Pop‑up)
Típicas Roncadoras  "Andina" Huayno   Options Mountain Music of Peru  Folkways  1966  LP1: Peru-Folk And Popular Music  2:31:52 (Pop‑up)
Conjunto Los Chankas Apurimac  Urpichallay   Options Huayno Music Of Peru Vol. 1 (1949-1989)  Arhoolie  1989    2:34:01 (Pop‑up)
Young Girl in Huancavalica  Song of Marriage   Options Mountain Music of Peru Volume 1  Smithsonian Folkways  1991    2:36:06 (Pop‑up)
Q'ero Man  Man   Options Mountain Music of Peru Volume 1      Chants and Narratives at Ceremony for Marking of Llamas  2:38:57 (Pop‑up)
Q'ero Family Party  "Palcha-Cashui-Taiki"   Options Mountain Music of Peru Volume 1      Songs from Q'eros  2:39:53 (Pop‑up)
Two Young Q'ero Girls  Two Girls in Wayuna Pampa   Options Mountain Music of Peru Volume 1        2:40:45 (Pop‑up)
Q'ero Man / Group Of Q'eros Women  Conch Shell Trumpets / Carnaval At Plaza Of Hautun Q'ero, Singing "Serena"   Options Mountain Music of Peru Volume 1        2:43:39 (Pop‑up)
Centro Social Conima, Siku Ensemble  Centro Social Conima, Siku Ensemble, rec. in Lima 1986   Options Mountain Music of Peru Vol. 2  Smithsonian Folkways  1994    2:45:57 (Pop‑up)
Los Solitarios del Ande  Mi Pachito A Muerto   Options Puro Tayta Shanti  Little Axe / Discos Shaki  2019    2:48:50 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:

Borderline Montuna  





2:52:54 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 6:27pm Flash Strap:

hello explorers! really good to be back
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:56pm chresti:

Hi Flash and future explorators!
Avatar 6:57pm Flash Strap:

wonderful to see you again chresti!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:00pm Franco Twinkie:

Flash, does the chavalo have chicha in that pitcher?
Avatar 7:02pm Flash Strap:

Hi Franco! one likes to think
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:04pm doctorjazz:

Welcome back from your exploration, Flash! And hi to all the rest of the explorers out there!
Avatar 7:05pm Flash Strap:

Hi Doc! great to be back, thanks for having me
Avatar 7:05pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Reminded of in 'On the Road' they finally get out of the USA...
Avatar 7:07pm Flash Strap:

Hiya Rev!
Avatar 7:10pm Flash Strap:

liner notes for this wonderful composition by the great Miguel Flores: img.discogs.com...
Avatar 7:12pm Flash Strap:

this whole record is pretty outstanding
Avatar 7:13pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Wow liner notes.
Avatar 7:15pm Flash Strap:

Buh just came out with another set of Flores pieces, I've only just discovered it but we'll hear a wonderful piece a bit later on
Avatar 7:16pm Little Danny:

Welcome back Flash!
Avatar 7:16pm Flash Strap:

Hi LD! very glad to be back, missed everybody
Avatar 7:17pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

A kind of ghost dance. Or the ghosts of one.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:18pm WR:

Hi. Interesting sounds. Hi all.
Avatar 7:18pm Flash Strap:

@LD: will be missing you later though! The Knave is filling in for the Blue Flame tonight, explorers
Avatar 7:19pm Flash Strap:

Hi WR!
Avatar 7:19pm Little Danny:

Indeed. I'll be here all night packing 45rpm packages for export.
Avatar 7:20pm Flash Strap:

what's the rumpus LD? you moving?
Avatar 7:21pm Little Danny:

Nope I was actually being literal! I just wrapped up a large eBay record auction list (100s of 45s), and am packing 'em up for shipment
Avatar 7:22pm Flash Strap:

wow congrats on the big account! glad to be your soundtrack
Avatar 7:28pm Flash Strap:

would love to see the dance this was composed for
Avatar 7:31pm Flash Strap:

outrageous Santiago w/ big echo from Orq. Hurácan del Mantaro. I love this one
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:39pm melinda:

Hi friends!
  7:46pm Quinn:

Hello! It’s my birthday! I’m making my family listen to this show all night!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:46pm chresti:

some dance...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:47pm chresti:

Alright Quinn! Birthday boss! Happy birthday!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:48pm chresti:

Hi melinda!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:48pm Aitch:

That's mighty, Quinn
  7:50pm Guy Parodi:

Lecture? Or Music? Spin the platter.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:51pm melinda:

Happy birthday Quinn!
@aitch haha
Avatar 7:52pm Flash Strap:

Hello Quinn! Happy birthday! happiest birthday!
Avatar 7:52pm Flash Strap:

Hi Melinda! Hi Aitch!
Avatar 7:53pm TDK60:

Golly it's Explorer's Room night.
Avatar 7:53pm Flash Strap:

I'll lecture as much as i like GP
Avatar 7:53pm Flash Strap:

Avatar 7:54pm TDK60:

We're in Chile? ¿Estamos en Chile?
Avatar 7:54pm Flash Strap:

in the image below you can see the yungor, a bugle-like instrument made from a hollowed out tree
Avatar 7:54pm Flash Strap:

@TDK: Peru
Avatar 7:55pm TDK60:

..vale, DJ Flash. Good to be settling in.
Avatar 7:57pm Flash Strap:

this one has a real Nathan Abshire vibe, somehow
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:58pm chresti:

What a sight watching someone play the yungor must be.
Avatar 7:58pm Flash Strap:

the blessed Yolanda is only 17 here - a sparkling performance imo
Avatar 8:00pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Crazy. It ends up sounding like a harpsichord but only sort of.
Avatar 8:01pm Flash Strap:

@Rev: that never occurred to me but now I totally hear it
  8:01pm passiflora:

listening outside :)
Avatar 8:01pm Flash Strap:

really high and wild instrumental from El Violin de Bahuer
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:01pm coelacanth∅:

greetings Flash and Explorers
Avatar 8:02pm Flash Strap:

Passiflora! very good decision! great to see you
  8:02pm Doug Schulkind:

Great glorious sounds are happening here!
Avatar 8:02pm Flash Strap:

hi Coelacanth!
Avatar 8:04pm Flash Strap:

Hi Doug! we're giving the drummer some that's for sure – I love that the tinya is almost always played by women
Avatar 8:05pm Flash Strap:

Flor Pucarina a very important figure, almost a kind Loretta Lynn folk hero to women in Peru if you'll forgive my reductive analogy
Avatar 8:06pm Flash Strap:

if your heart doesn't soar when you hear that "WAI WAI WAI" I don't know what to tell you
Avatar 8:12pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Crazy thots : compare to mountain musics of Switzerland or Tibet...
Avatar 8:13pm Flash Strap:

comparisons can be made, also to Appalachian music
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:14pm chresti:

Mountain music.
Avatar 8:14pm Flash Strap:

lyrics to this song (3rd from Mountain Music Peru - Santiago): "I have eaten Cherimoia and the seeds I have spit out"
Avatar 8:15pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Or Balkan...
I wonder how much is retained from the Pre-Colombian - a fair amount I reckon.
Do you know that last part of 'On the Road' ?
Avatar 8:16pm Flash Strap:

This differs from the recordings on Puro tayta Shanti, which were all recorded for commercial purposes, 45s & LPs. these were recorded onsite during Santiago and thus may feature less professional, certainly less elaborate, musicianship
Avatar 8:17pm Flash Strap:

@Rev: haven't read it in ages i have to say
  8:18pm Quinn:

“This is very weird music” says my 6-yo
  8:18pm Quinn:

So he is now BANISHED
Avatar 8:18pm Flash Strap:

all music is weird, child
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:19pm coelacanth∅:

5 minutes after turning this show on my nephew spread something on his sandwich that was slightly green. i asked him, expecting wasabi mayonnaise or something but he said "ahi sauce"... peruvian green sauce. he says they put it on everything there.
  8:19pm passiflora:

I looked up when I heard the cow. It couldn't be, but animals did roam here from a nearby stable 300 years ago
Avatar 8:19pm Flash Strap:

@C: it's really good from what i've had at the peruvian chicken joint
Avatar 8:21pm Flash Strap:

I know the feeling passiflora, I hear cows all the time where i am but i'm never sure if they're real or part of some music I'm playing
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:21pm chresti:

I'm thinking about their voices and people living at high altitudes have a tolerance for less oxygen.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:22pm chresti:

Avatar 8:22pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Right. Its funny cause Kerouac means a lot to me - but not necessarily for the famous change agent that "On the Road' was for everybody... But as soon as this episode started it brought back the final road trip when they go South from Colorado & finally really get out of the U.S.mindspace - everything of course thru Kerouac's subjectivity & spirituality...
  8:22pm Martinibomb:

hey flash strap!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:23pm coelacanth∅:

it smells good...familiar somehow. he said he wouldn't be surprised if it has chicken stock in it -because they put meat in everything. it doesn't smell like it to me.
...i mentioned peruvian music emanating from my laptop but he kept his headphones on.
  8:23pm passiflora:

that makes me think of their wind instruments
Avatar 8:23pm Flash Strap:

@chresti: interesting, i hadn't considered how that might bring certain qualities to mountain music generally
Avatar 8:24pm Flash Strap:

Hey Martini!
Avatar 8:24pm Flash Strap:

@C: get this nephew With the Program, sir
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:25pm chresti:

Animals roam around in Tibet, too, I heard. Cows, etc.
Avatar 8:26pm Flash Strap:

@Rev: that moment is so real... when you go somewhere else and you're still you, alas, but something about it feels so much better and you realize the US headspace is not inevitable or universal and you're suddenly breathing different mental air
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:27pm chresti:

yaks in Tibet.^
Avatar 8:28pm Flash Strap:

I love this one, the way you can hear the people moving toward and away from the mic
Avatar 8:28pm βrian:

When I lived in VT, I heard cows all the time. But since living in WI, I rarely even see them. They're all locked up in CAFOs.
Avatar 8:28pm TDK60:

This would make me stop and dance or get hypnotized, in the public square.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:28pm coelacanth∅:

it's possible, some day, maybe. sadly he doesn't listen to music much, apparently.
he's likely listening to a court proceeding or some other law-oriented crap.
Avatar 8:29pm Flash Strap:

Avatar 8:30pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Interwebz says aji with a J - sounds good!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:31pm coelacanth∅:

wasted spongebrain. hopefully it won't always be the case.
Avatar 8:34pm Flash Strap:

This final selection involves adjusting traditional lyrics to celebrate the Aprista party, a Peruvian socialist project that aimed to go continental & had a big influence on Venezuela and Chile, among others
Avatar 8:34pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...variations apparently - a kind of garlic cilantro mayo - some say cheese...
Avatar 8:35pm TDK60:

And what era was that Aprista, Flash?
Avatar 8:36pm Flash Strap:

Avatar 8:36pm Flash Strap:

This was recorded 1964
Avatar 8:37pm Flash Strap:

Aprista still exists in Peru, as well
Avatar 8:37pm Flash Strap:

however, i wish i knew more about it
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:40pm coelacanth∅:

oh yeah it's probably spelled with a j. i forgot.
(pronounced "ah-he") i said that sounds hawaiian; he said he thinks "ahi" is parot in hawaiian.
it smells too light to have animal broth, lard or cheese in it.
no ingredients listed.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:41pm coelacanth∅:

(...but he's wrong about ahi)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:42pm chresti:

How old is your nephew, coel?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:46pm coelacanth∅:

22 chresti
Avatar 8:48pm Little Danny:

Wow. Did this originate at a university?
Avatar 8:49pm Little Danny:

the Arturo Ruiz Del Pozo that is
Avatar 8:50pm Flash Strap:

I believe he did this while studying in London at Royal College of Music: buhrecords.bandcamp.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:51pm WR:

Have been loving the festival music. Busy finishing a carne guisada so can't keep up with the comments. Will check in later.
  8:52pm Quinn:

What is this instrument?
Avatar 8:52pm TDK60:

I'd play this for my guests, if I ever have a partee here at the cassette castle again.
Avatar 8:53pm Flash Strap:

I have no idea, it's some electronic effect or instrument but it's pretty striking
Avatar 8:55pm Flash Strap:

@LD: there's a lot of great stuff on that Arturo Ruiz Del Pozo, I played a short one but there's an long one called Kanon Expansivo that's rather special
Avatar 8:57pm TDK60:

A roommate once had a pre-Columbian Mexican music album, maybe academic. It sounded like the vox humana instrument voicing trumpet sounds, etc., with drums. Been looking for it since, don't know the name.
Avatar 8:58pm Flash Strap:

I remember you mentioning it before, and I went looking for it a bit but nothing turned up
Avatar 8:58pm Flash Strap:

I'd love to hear it
Avatar 9:03pm Flash Strap:

real blast of TNT from Juanecho here
Avatar 9:04pm Little Danny:

This is so massive
Avatar 9:04pm Flash Strap:

juicy & explosive
Avatar 9:07pm Flash Strap:

damn, only just realizing that i've played this track in the last year... when there were so many Destellos tracks to choose from, too. Alas!
Avatar 9:08pm Flash Strap:

i just really like that wacky beginning and these clean guitar lines, I guess
Avatar 9:08pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Love how they share parts of the beat - & that Bass (?) tone...
Avatar 9:08pm Flash Strap:

on to murkier stuff now
Avatar 9:09pm Flash Strap:

damn, I played this one too - i need a better system for identifying repeats. but it's not all bad when it's this good
Avatar 9:10pm Little Danny:

This is sick. Crazy echo dimensionality
Avatar 9:11pm Flash Strap:

one of the best cumbia records for that reason
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:12pm Doug Schulkind:

I am fiercely committed to preserving the surplus and superfluous apostrophe of Latin American band names.
Avatar 9:13pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Totally. Such interesting arranging with what has to be next to no means. I think of Peruvian woven designs if that's not too precious : simple geometries but interesting patterns with great color....
Indio Garage ...
Avatar 9:13pm Little Danny:

Doug! Swooning over here.
Avatar 9:13pm Flash Strap:

haha I know, I was just keying in the next group and instictively typed "Los Junior's" before going and double-checking if they have that apostrophe ... they dont
Avatar 9:14pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Avatar 9:15pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Hendrix reference.
Avatar 9:15pm Flash Strap:

i thought you'd dig this one Rev
Avatar 9:15pm Little Danny:

The most deconstructed version of "Third Stone from the Sun" ever
Avatar 9:16pm Little Danny:

Such a great lick.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:16pm coelacanth∅:

holy frijole batman!
i clickystarred it even before i knew it was 3rd stone!
Avatar 9:17pm Flash Strap:

take a minute to dig the pics of our guys in El Polen: www.discogs.com...
Avatar 9:18pm Flash Strap:

@C&LD: i know, so good
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:18pm Franco Twinkie:

We will smoke the mota and trip out Los Juniors, no?
Avatar 9:18pm TDK60:

Groovy looking grupo, Flash.
Avatar 9:19pm Flash Strap:

@Franco: tripping out to Polen, now: img.discogs.com...
Avatar 9:19pm Flash Strap:

@TDK: highly groovy i agree
Avatar 9:22pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Staggering what FMU exposes me to..
Avatar 9:23pm TDK60:

Here's a chair, RevRab. I'll wave my kerchief on you.
Avatar 9:23pm Little Danny:

@RRN63: nice avatar/music alignment!
Avatar 9:24pm TDK60:

..it's a clean kerchief I keep in a plastic bag for such.
Avatar 9:25pm Little Danny:

These are the trippiest bells
Avatar 9:25pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Well I scoff @ air conditioning @ home - it's not an unpleasant awe despite the heat...
Avatar 9:27pm Flash Strap:

adore Lucho's sound on this! I think this recording may actually be from 1964, unless I'm wrong (very possible)
Avatar 9:28pm Little Danny:

Almost Esquivel-ian
Avatar 9:28pm Flash Strap:

love how in this more urban band sound that Huayno comes through on the piano melody in such a strong way
Avatar 9:28pm Little Danny:

All new to me
Avatar 9:28pm Flash Strap:

@LD: yes! i agree
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:29pm Franco Twinkie:

Fish burrito and a Red Stripe makes me want to......zzzzz
Avatar 9:31pm Flash Strap:

my man's sleepin again, they call him rip van twinkle
Avatar 9:31pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Its like a piano arrangement from pipes & strings...
  9:31pm passiflora:

I hear carupuyo torrecita in there
Avatar 9:31pm TDK60:

Franco, today I was down in the East Village and got a really cold coffee soda from a bodega. It was so damn hot out.
Avatar 9:33pm Frog Mover:

Greetings everyone! Last one up the mountain tonight
Avatar 9:34pm Flash Strap:

hey Frog Mover!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:38pm Doug Schulkind:

Music from this region is so relentlessly unmooring. Projecting a discernible "center" seems not so much consciously eschewed as it is simply not considered.
  9:40pm passiflora:

love this
Avatar 9:40pm TDK60:

Avatar 9:41pm Little Danny:

I would have placed some of these vocals in Tuva if I didn't know better
Avatar 9:42pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Well said you guys.
Charming as hell too.
Avatar 9:43pm Little Danny:

Avatar 9:43pm Flash Strap:

really incredible music, first time i heard it i was weeping instantly, i knew i was being shown something true even though i could hardly understand anything in my ignorance
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:46pm coelacanth∅:

that vocal music before reminded me more of burundi -but yeah tuva as well
Avatar 9:46pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

When I was in a little school basement band five years ago - our drummer would project DVDs on a wall - & one was old footage of a Tibetan village - peasants spinning & little kids - just this incredible community. Reminded of it.
Avatar 9:46pm Flash Strap:

either one, totally
Avatar 9:48pm Flash Strap:

ok last one!
Avatar 9:51pm Flash Strap:

this is apparently a pretty slick studio band specializing in Santiagos, c. 1970s. a phenomenal recording
Avatar 9:52pm Little Danny:

It reminds me a bit of Moondog
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:52pm Doug Schulkind:

A real treat is in store for all who keep listening. Following this miraculous episode of Explorers Room will be a special presentation of FIVE MILES TO MIDNIGHT, coming to you live from Melbourne, Australia! Join your host, the Knave, for another two hours of sonic pleasurements!

Avatar 9:52pm Little Danny:

Yes! Go Logan go!
  9:53pm slawooy:

What an experience tonight ..! Thank you
Avatar 9:53pm TDK60:

Interesting music Flash, a lot of new-to-me sounds! Gracias y hasta...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:53pm chresti:

I hear that Little Danny @9:52
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:54pm coelacanth∅:

Danny- technical difficulties?
Avatar 9:55pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Remarkable. Transporting. Thanks so much.
Avatar 9:55pm Little Danny:

@coela: eh?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:56pm chresti:

Thanks Flash, very enjoyable trip out!
Avatar 9:56pm Little Danny:

Thanks Evan!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:59pm coelacanth∅:

Thanks Evan!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:59pm Doug Schulkind:

Spectacular radio, Flash.
Avatar 10:00pm Flash Strap:

Thanks all! see you next week
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:11pm WR:

Thank you Evan!
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