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Sounds ripped from cassettes & CDs found in immigrant-run mom & pop stores. Deconstructed icons. Field recordings. Sonic mayhem from the far corners of the internet.

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Favoriting September 30, 2020: Cassette Culture
Newly ripped tracks from Burmese, Cambodian, Cuban, Ecuadoran, Egyptian, Iraqi, Moroccan, Sudanese, Syrian, Turkish, and Yemeni tapes

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Artist Track Album Year Comments Approx. start time

Music behind DJ:
Bodega Pop 

Intro   Favoriting

Bodega Pop 

2020 

 

0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Saif Al-Jameh and Ghada سيف الجامعه و غاده  Asahan Tus'al عشان تسال   Favoriting Layla    Sudan | Thanks to Tim of Moroccan Tape Stash for help with the title!  0:04:38 (Pop-up)
Muna Ali مني علي  Side A Track 1   Favoriting Wedding Procession زفة    Yemen  0:12:02 (Pop-up)
Hefny Ahmed Hassan حفني احمد حسن  Day of Eid يومالعيد   Favoriting Day of Eid يومالعيد    Egypt  0:21:12 (Pop-up)
Spice Ray  Mama Mia   Favoriting Spice Ray    Morocco | Tim did the translation of all of the tracks on this one, super thanks!  0:25:53 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Spice Ray 

Instrumental   Favoriting

Spice Ray 

 

Morocco 

0:31:29 (Pop-up)
Unknown Cambodian Artists  Side A Track 1   Favoriting Cassette with Metallic Blue Lettering    Cambodia  0:35:42 (Pop-up)
Unknown Cambodian Artists  Rock and Roll   Favoriting Sayonara Sound Production 19    Cambodia  0:39:32 (Pop-up)
Mar Mar Aye မာမာအေး  Padauk Road   Favoriting Mar Mar Aye မာမာအေး    Myanmar | Thanks to Peter Doolan of Monrakplenthai, who first took me to Thiri Video in Elmhurst, where I found this cassette  0:43:22 (Pop-up)
Unknown Cambodian Artist  Side A Track 3   Favoriting Recitation of Kaek Baul ​ក្អែក​បូល  1999  Cambodia (or USA?)  0:49:26 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Cambodian Traditional Artists 

Excerpt   Favoriting

Sayonara Sound Production 10 

1999 

Cambodia (or USA?) 

0:59:34 (Pop-up)
Fatma Türkan  Bağda Güller Açıyor   Favoriting Fatma Türkan    Turkey  1:05:56 (Pop-up)
Siltan Sexmus  Excerpt   Favoriting Heci Sexmus | ilahiyen kurdi -1    Turkey  1:08:34 (Pop-up)
Şenay Şenses  Günahkâr Kadın   Favoriting Günahkâr Kadın    Turkey  1:15:25 (Pop-up)
Kenan Temiz  Kaderin Tuzakları   Favoriting Kenan Temiz    Turkey  1:21:14 (Pop-up)
Neşe Karaböcek  Beni Bana Ver (Take My Breath Away)   Favoriting Arkadaş / Amerika  1987  Turkey | Recorded right here in beautiful Astoria, Queens  1:25:29 (Pop-up)
Yilmaz Kurt  Mevlam Bir Cok Dert Vermis   Favoriting Ayirdilar Sevenleri    Turkey  1:29:59 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Yilmaz Kurt 

Instrumental   Favoriting

Ayirdilar Sevenleri 

 

Turkey 

1:34:24 (Pop-up)
Ali Al-Issawi علي العيساوي  Yabu Hadi يابو هادي   Favoriting Yabu Hadi يابو هادي    Iraq  1:39:06 (Pop-up)
Ali Al-Haggar علي الحجار  Qamar al-Aghani قمر الأغاني   Favoriting Rama Rimsha رمى رمشه    Egypt  1:43:28 (Pop-up)
Khaldoun Soudan خلدون سودان  Kifayat Alayek كفاية عليك   Favoriting Kifayat Alayek كفاية عليك    Syria  1:48:27 (Pop-up)
Malika Ayoub  Side A Track 2   Favoriting Malika Ayoub    Morocco  1:53:27 (Pop-up)
Unknown Artist  Unknown Track   Favoriting Unknown Sound of Al Hafez Cassette    Unknown  1:58:31 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Orchestra Zeitouni 

Instrumental   Favoriting

Orchestra Zeitouni 

 

Morocco 

2:00:43 (Pop-up)
Abd El Baset Hamouda عبد الباسط حمودة  Side B (unedited)   Favoriting Crazy Party حفلة مجنونة    Egypt  2:04:45 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Julio Atahualpa Poalasin 

When the Sun Is Hot   Favoriting

Classics of the World 

1988 

Ecuador 

2:34:36 (Pop-up)
Julio Atahualpa Poalasin  Cascade   Favoriting Classics of the World  1988  Ecuador  2:39:08 (Pop-up)
Cheb Aarab & Les Frères Bouchnak  Side A Track 1   Favoriting Cheb Aarab & Les Frères Bouchnak    Morocco  2:41:41 (Pop-up)
Orchestra Zeitouni  Side A Track 2   Favoriting Orchestra Zeitouni    Morocco  2:47:53 (Pop-up)
La Lupe  Ultimo Adios   Favoriting La Lupe Es La Reina  1969  Cuba / USA  2:52:44 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Catrina Paslaru 

Hei La Bodega   Favoriting

Hei La Bodega - Carnaval! 

2000 

 

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Listener comments!

Avatar 6:55pm
LambdaCalculus:

Evening, Gary!
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Gary:

Hey there, LambdaCalculus!
Avatar 6:59pm
LambdaCalculus:

Can't wait to dive into the cassette collection and hear what you've digitized!
  7:00pm
mmmz:

csstt show, yey!
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listener james from westwood:

Evening, Gary, LambdaCalculus, and all!
Avatar 7:00pm
βrian:

The closest thing I had to a bodega when I was growing up was an all-purpose hardware store.

And the pop was grape.

Glad to be here.
  7:00pm
mmmz:

csstt show, yey!
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listener james from westwood:

Evening, Gary, LambdaCalculus, and all!
  7:00pm
RetroHawk:

evening folks
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listener james from westwood:

Hoooo, the post so nice it went up twice!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:01pm
Gary:

Evening, mmmz, James, Brian, & RetroHawk!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:02pm
WR:

I called in sick today just so I could give wfmu my full attention this afternoon and evening. Better make it worthwhile, no pressure.
Avatar 7:03pm
LambdaCalculus:

Hey RetroHawk!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:03pm
chresti:

Hi Gary with Bodega Pop show! Hi attendees of show!
Avatar 7:04pm
βrian:

I like calling in "great."

"Hey, I feel pretty damn fine today, so I won't be in."
  7:05pm
mmmz:

I envy for Turk csstt! if you want to save money in this pandemic time, ditch car ride bike! yey!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:05pm
Franco Twinkie:

Gahweee!(Jerry Lewis voice)
  7:06pm
RetroHawk:

nice music tonight
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WR:

Once upon a time βrian, once upon a time.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:07pm
Gary:

WR! Chresti! Franco Twinkie! Nice to see you all!
  7:11pm
peter:

woo-hoo!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:12pm
Gary:

Peter!
Avatar 7:20pm
spodiodi:

greetings, Gary Sullivan and Bodega Poppers!
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Gary:

Spodiodi!
Avatar 7:21pm
spodiodi:

Franco, your newspaper... lol
thanks for the first legit laugh for me today <3
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:26pm
coelacanth∅:

hi Gary and all
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Gary:

coelacanth∅!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:27pm
Gary:

I just saw Franco's newspaper, and now also want to know about his sandwich
Avatar 7:29pm
spodiodi:

the sandwich looks delicious 8^O ~

aloha, coelacanth∅
Avatar 7:31pm
spodiodi:

the colors on those cassettes in the picture at the top of today's playlist feel very comfortable
Avatar 7:32pm
spodiodi:

i didn't think i'd like this song when it began , but it grew on me (Spice Ray -- Mama Mia)
Avatar 7:32pm
LambdaCalculus:

I love the selection of cassette labels Gary picked!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:33pm
WR:

Agreed, The Sandwich!
  7:35pm
peter:

did you get that Tascam deck you were looking at? (probably missed this announcement at the opening!).. sounds great!
Avatar 7:38pm
spodiodi:

another catchy tune here |^)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:38pm
Gary:

Yes, it's a Tascam 202MKVII -- so far, so good
Avatar 7:38pm
spodiodi:

get it! nice synth solo!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:38pm
Gary:

Did you mail the Persian cassettes yet? Should I order them?
Avatar 7:43pm
tim abdellah:

Hi Everyone!
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Gary:

Timmm!
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Gary:

Peter, I got this one at Thiri Video, thanks to you!
  7:52pm
mmmz:

imo, csst sounds best playing it back by mono speaker walkman. I have two of'em (one's still in sealed package). low-fi riles on csstt.
Avatar 7:54pm
LambdaCalculus:

Is Thiri Video still around?
  7:55pm
peter:

maaan, Thiri Video, what a magical place!
  7:55pm
peter:

oo i remember this cassette from your old blog post, i think?
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Gary:

I'm not 100% sure, but I have a bad feeling they are no longer operating, although Zaw may still live in the same apartment, I dunno. He was moving into the sushi business, last I talked with him
  7:56pm
peter:

i haven't mailed them yet, have to get my act together! but i did buy them all :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:56pm
Gary:

Peter, yes! I reposted it a couple of days ago in FLAC: bodegapop.blogspot.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:58pm
Gary:

Email me so I can PayPal or Venmo you for whatever you spent!
  7:58pm
rw:

Afternoon! Holy crap. I just got that same tape deck. Hooked it up today. So far so good here too! Seems pretty nice, actually!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:58pm
Gary:

RW! Yeah, I think you're going to be very happy
  7:59pm
mmmz:

ohhh dis track is magical
  7:59pm
rw:

Of course, Gary, I'm sure your cassette collection kicks my cassette collections ass! No question about it.
  8:00pm
peter:

ohh, re-downloading now!
  8:06pm
Dave in St Albans UK:

Wonderful Cambodian music! I visited Cambodia last year but I didn't have time to explore the local music shops during my travels. This is a real treat. Thanks.
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Doug Schulkind:

Much enjoyment happening here!
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Gary:

Dave! Doug!
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chresti:

Tascam 202MKVII, I want one of those, are there any good budget versions?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:12pm
Gary:

Well, you could find a used one, maybe
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:13pm
Gary:

They've only been in production since 2018, so even a used one would be relatively new
Avatar 8:13pm
spodiodi:

seriously, chresti. that looks like some serious equipment! (sounds great, Gary!)
Avatar 8:13pm
LambdaCalculus:

I wanted a Nakamichi cassette deck but they're too pricey.
  8:14pm
mmmz:

mine's Tascam W890R
  8:16pm
peter:

@LambdaCalculus, I use a Nakamichi! you can find pretty good deals locally sometimes; craigslist, etc.. I got a mid-line model for 100 dollars (and another $100 for repairs around the 3-year mark)
  8:17pm
mmmz:

and have couple of sealed SONY MetalMaster C90
http://www.c-90.org/catalogue/tapes/Sony/Sony%20Metal%20Master/0
Avatar 8:17pm
spodiodi:

i might still have a have a gran prix TR-OLL still, in a box i.ebayimg.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:18pm
Franco Twinkie:

Spodiodi@7:21. Anything to make you laugh. And yes, the sammich was excellent!
Avatar 8:18pm
LambdaCalculus:

peter, if not a Nakamichi, I'll even go for a Pioneer deck.
Avatar 8:19pm
spodiodi:

FRANCO! thanks, man :) and the sammich has garnered our collective attention, i believe
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:22pm
coelacanth∅:

a collective coveting, as it were
  8:22pm
mmmz:

bur siriusry try it on walkman mono speaker should sound like where csstt was come from
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:23pm
Franco Twinkie:

I might be courting a horrible death by going outside to have lunch, but I think it's the air that's going to kill me.
  8:23pm
rw:

Franco! It's HOT out there! You have a newspaper?
Avatar 8:25pm
spodiodi:

we just want to know what's in it! (please?) hope the reaper is far away from us all
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chresti:

Aye, spodi.
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Franco Twinkie:

RW, an actual physical Los Angels Times no less!
Avatar 8:26pm
spodiodi:

how have things been at work, chresti?
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coelacanth∅:

i brought home a techniques (dual) cassette deck last week. it was in my sister's house for an estate sale and a few people asked about it but i told them $30. and no one would pay that.
idiots.
but i'm glad because i wanted it -even though i don't need it. (i have 5? cassette decks now!)
and i doubt i'll have to pay for it.
Avatar 8:27pm
spodiodi:

did you see any confused loking youth trying to figure out what it was, Franco? (the newspaper, that is?)
Avatar 8:27pm
spodiodi:

score, coel!
Avatar 8:28pm
tim abdellah:

This song sounds great with Turkish vocals!!
  8:28pm
rw:

Ha! I get one of those every morning. Orange County edition.
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alanr:

OMG! why is this so awesome?
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Gary:

AlanR!
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coelacanth∅:

definitely better than the version i've heard before
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:30pm
alanr:

youtu.be...
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chresti:

A btl sammich, I think twas.

spodi, hot, otherwise okay, thanks. Last day was today hooray! It's an early shift, so sleepy..
  8:30pm
rw:

alanr, I think it has something to do with the tape hiss, but it's much much more than just that.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:32pm
chresti:

Hi rw! How's your Tascam 202MKVII?
Avatar 8:33pm
spodiodi:

chresti, glad to hear it's manageable.

i was going to guess blt, but i wasn't sure if the white part was an egg white or tofu or something
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:34pm
coelacanth∅:

right i thought it might be an elaborate egg salad
-which i'm totally down with
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chresti:

We got the paper delivered for years, now we read it online.
Avatar 8:35pm
spodiodi:

the only time i've eaten scrambled egg whites only was when i was in LA, per my host's rec.
  8:37pm
rw:

chresti! It seems nice. Literally arrived yesterday and hooked up today. I missed the first part of BPL because I was messing around with it. Now I have to figure out where to get blank cassettes! Part of the decision to get it was to make tapes for my son's car while he's away at college.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:40pm
coelacanth∅:

i've had less than desirable results with 3 (out of 3) tascam devices; but these are all digital ("analogue-digital"?)
one cost me 4-500 $ new c.2011, i used it maybe 40 times and now it's useless. cost as much to fix as a new one (now $300)
the guy at tascam said that's about the expected life, regardless of how much it's been used.
bullshit. on MY planet they'd give partial credit toward a new one.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:41pm
Franco Twinkie:

Spodiodi @8:27: Actually, no. The kids who work at this cafe seem pretty aware. Anyway, I'm the nutty old man who comes in and starts sputtering about surveillance capitalism when they insist I can't pay in cash and have to stick my Visa card in the devils asshole.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:42pm
coelacanth∅:

...tascam has a reputation built upon tape machines though, so hopefully those have a better longevity.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:42pm
chresti:

I've been wanting something where you can upload old cassettes onto a flash drive.
  8:42pm
rw:

Ha! Thanks coel.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:43pm
chresti:

Haha Franco.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:44pm
chresti:

Feeding the Devil Asshole^
Avatar 8:45pm
spodiodi:

indeed! Franco, i hope your fingers are ok, and your tarjeta de credito is still functional as well
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chresti:

^devil's
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coelacanth∅:

sorry! but ...(see coel@842)
the rw900 it's the cd drive that failed; and dp-02s the buttons stick. so these are entirely different mechanisms than that cassette deck has.
  8:47pm
rw:

coel, I still have a tape deck from the early '80s that I loved but stopped using years ago because the repair bills became more expensive than buying a new one.
Avatar 8:48pm
spodiodi:

(indeed was in agreement w/chresti's Haha)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:48pm
Gary:

This model gets glowing reviews everywhere I looked, so I'm crossing my fingers that I can rip through my tape collection w/out incident
  8:48pm
Dean:

Cool cafe near us prefers cash.

Tascam is the "pro" line of TEAC (or of what once was TEAC). My last two CD transports have been Tascam. Dirt cheap and just fine, while my DAC is more, uh, precious. My dream transport would require a second mortgage.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:49pm
Gary:

Dean!
  8:50pm
rw:

And thank you Franco! The devil's asshole is now permanently etched.
Avatar 8:52pm
spodiodi:

i walked out of the USPS yesterday morning when what i wanted to accomplish couldn't be done there (they were out of the paper form i needed), but online via devil's posterior ... i'm waiting to find the form elsewhere

what rw said. that's not going anywhere
  8:53pm
rw:

Gary, we're all crossing our collective fingers.
  8:53pm
rw:

Thanks as always to you too!!
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Ike:

Sounding great!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:55pm
Gary:

Ike!
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chresti:

Ripping, that's what I want to do, to before our tapes vaporize.
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coelacanth∅:

rw i know what you mean. my first (sort of) cassette deck was an akai with mic/line mixing and elaborate features (like manual calibration for every different tape being used, to get the best sound)- $500 in 1979. my mother was really pissed off that i bought a tape deck before a car after getting my first job. fortunately there was an akai repair facility not far. (actual akai employees). i took it for a rebuild 2-3 X but after a few decades there were too many things wrong.
the thing was beautiful though.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:02pm
chresti:

Thanks for the info Dean, coel, Gary, rw, mmmz...Lambda, spodi,...peter...
  9:02pm
Dean:

I had a great Nakamichi for a short while, later a good NAD, which I retain, barely used, in its box.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:03pm
coelacanth∅:

Dean tascam is called that, but they also pioneered home recording devices.
i'll never buy a teac again though. i haven't sworn off tascam.
  9:03pm
rw:

coel, Wow. Sounds amazing. I remember how hard it was to make good sounding tapes. Weirdly, I just hooked up this new deck and played a couple old tapes and I could hear the sound of my old machine. Took me back and a little aback.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:07pm
Gary:

RW, you can get rid of tape hiss (if you want to) using the noise reduction on the deck and/or in Audacity -- I've found it best to leave the noise reduction off and just clean it up in Audacity
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:08pm
Gary:

... assuming you're going to rip your cassettes, that is
  9:08pm
Dean:

Some of us, a la Tony Coulter, like to swig tape hiss straight.
  9:08pm
Dean:

I mean, if you're not into high fidelity, don't pretend you're into high fidelity.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:10pm
coelacanth∅:

nice, rw!
i should add that these devices that ultimately let me down are wonderful machines, in design and function. there're just issues with wear/time. i love love love the tascam dp-02. if it weren't for that machine i possibly wouldn't have ever gotten stuck on the east coast, making noise!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:11pm
coelacanth∅:

i prefer tape hiss to high-end loss
Avatar 9:11pm
spodiodi:

well said, as always, Dean -- "swig tape hiss straight" :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:13pm
coelacanth∅:

in the 80s i used dolby (b or c) sometimes and sometimes not. the sound of the tapes i didn't use dolby on held up much better. most of 'em still sound great.
  9:16pm
rw:

Gary, that may be too finicky for me at this point in my life. But thanks! If I get to that point I'll give that a try. Life seems to shift this way and that as it goes along.
  9:18pm
rw:

Or... maybe finicky isn't the word. Mostly I wanted the player to play existing tapes and make some mixtapes. Not so interested in ripping at this point.
  9:20pm
rw:

YOU'RE the one with the amazing tape collection!
  9:21pm
mmmz:

i record early johnny cash and ornette coleman CDs onto tape enjoying hiss, warp and distortion makes the overall music sounds better
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:22pm
Gary:

I dunno how amazing it is, but there're maybe juuust enough items to justify gettin that deck
  9:23pm
Dean:

rw: You're in Fullerton, right? I acquired in 1994 (!) the amplifiers I use to this day from a superb stereo gear shop on Imperial in Brea. I was disappointed when he left to head to Brooklyn. Good gear.
  9:23pm
mmmz:

most surprising result was Mozart Requiem on tape playing it back on walkman mono speaker made my spine shiver.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:25pm
Gary:

My earliest cassette memory is one of those mono players with the sort of metal meshy flat area (covering the speaker) and finding, I can't remember where, The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour and listening to that late at night, smelling the electronics smell of the cassette player ... ahhhhhh
  9:25pm
rw:

Dean, yes, Fullerton. Weird how recent and far away 1994 is. I may have bought something from Best Buy on Imperial at Harbor, but I'm pretty sure we're talking about two different things!
  9:29pm
rw:

Gary, I remember carrying one of those under the seat of the car because all I had was an AM radio. I'd play tapes I made of Van der Graff Generator records. Ah... memories. Now that I think of it. I LOVED that smell too!
  9:29pm
mmmz:

on the other hand I can play back 192Khz high Res properly. Haven't used it for a while.
  9:31pm
Dean:

Indeed. This was nearby, in a tiny strip mall not far from that Best Buy. South side, near the Randolph intersection, in the mall where now resides a Subway.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:35pm
Gary:

Stick around after this Crazy Party for Sam Segal's always already sublime If You Lose Your Horse. Tonight's Episode: Horseplay Poetics 101: wfmu.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:36pm
coelacanth∅:

panasonic or lafayette?!
  9:38pm
rw:

Dean, I don't know that store. I lived in La Habra in the early '90s but didn't have money to spend on anything like that at the time. Do remember (and miss) the old-school stereo store though.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:39pm
WR:

Learning a lot hanging at the bodega today. Devil's asshole, swig tape hiss straight, and generating consideration if i am going to get an appropriate device for ripping some of my old tapes. Some live music and some bodega cassettes.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:41pm
Gary:

+ harp
  9:43pm
Chris Farrell:

Nice tunes Gary, good contrast to a paper about Under Armour.
Avatar 9:44pm
tim abdellah:

This Bouchenak is cool!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:44pm
Gary:

Chris! Welcome
  9:45pm
Chris Farrell:

It’s nice to be hear. I’ve been tuning in to other shows on MU and it’s been great!
  9:46pm
mmmz:

central america has some crazy harp music. Zoe played this other day: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=693m7iCh-TE&list=FLXI0luwABbirg3tekkKUxuw&index=2&t=0s
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:48pm
chresti:

Almost all my cassettes are mixtapes that I or friends had made, from lps and radio, in the 80s, and early 90s.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:49pm
chresti:

Some late seventies too.^
  9:50pm
mmmz:

then why you want play them back by prestine audio set?
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WR:

I have some mix tapes from a friend who was buying from Chin Randy in the mid 70s. Hope they would play at least one more time, 45 year old cassettes...
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tim abdellah:

Gary - this Zeitouni is nice. Was this posted on your blog?
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LambdaCalculus:

YES!!! Our QUEEN, La Lupe!!
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WR:

Yes, not high end audio mmmz, but wanting to get as good as reasonable playback for digitizing.
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Gary:

I haven't posted it yet, Tim, but I will make an effort to do so this weekend!
  9:55pm
rw:

Adios Gary! Thanks again. Glad you got that tape deck. We're all enjoying it!
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chresti:

Not exactly pristine, upload onto non cassette players, like at work, also to have back-up copies, do not have a working cassette player, mmmz.
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tim abdellah:

Awesome - thanks! I liked the loud bendir :)
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LambdaCalculus:

Thanks for the great tunes, Gary!
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chresti:

Thank you, Gary, fantastic as always!
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spodiodi:

thanks, Gary! great show
  9:56pm
Chris Farrell:

Thanks Gary!
  9:56pm
mmmz:

telling you I've ripped every EP and sonosheetes but since then I haven't played but. it was just for my content.
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chresti:

And what WR said.
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chresti:

Yes, exactly mmmz.
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chresti:

My brain is running on a quarter tank..
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WR:

Thank you so much Gary, time flew past, spent part of the show commiserating on the phone with my brother about allergies and raking leaves. Laters all. Onward.
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coelacanth∅:

Thanks Gary! Excellent!
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Gary:

Have a terrific evening, everyone, and thanks for hanging out!
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