Options Vocal Fry with Dan Bodah: Playlist from February 15, 2016 Options

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Music with vocals weird & wonderful -- beatboxing, yodels, auction chants, Tuvan throatsinging, & eerie polyphonies.

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Options February 15, 2016: 22: Oh say can you say

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Luciano Berio  Sequenza III für Stimme solo (perf. Cathy Berberian)   Options Luciano Berio: Circles • Sequenza I • Sequenza III • Sequenza V  Wergo  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Yma Sumac  Malaya! (My Destiny)   Options Voice of the Xtabay  The Right Stuff  0:08:16 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Lubomyr Melnyk 

Remnants of a Man   Options

Continuous Music 

Bandura Records 

0:12:05 (Pop‑up)
Coro a Tenores  Tenores a sa Nugoresa   Options V/A: La Sardegna: Nel Canto e Nella Danza  GTA Records  0:17:42 (Pop‑up)
G. Lovicu, G. Grissantu, C. Sorighe, A. Musina  Su Tenore   Options V/A: World Library Of Folk And Primitive Music – Volume XVI: Southern Italy & The Islands  Columbia Masterworks  0:21:00 (Pop‑up)
F. Pittalis, P. Sistu, G. Montesu, Gaudio Oneddu  Su Tenore a Ballu   Options V/A: World Library Of Folk And Primitive Music – Volume XVI: Southern Italy & The Islands  Columbia Masterworks  0:21:45 (Pop‑up)
Ba-Benzélé Pygmy villagers  é Yimba é   Options V/A: Africa: The Ba-Benzélé-Pygmies  Rounder  0:23:34 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Lubomyr Melnyk 

Remnants of a Man   Options

Continuous Music 

Bandura Records 

0:38:25 (Pop‑up)
Hakurotwi Mude, Cosmas Magaya, Luken Pasipamire, & Thomas Kwaramba  Dande   Options V/A: Africa: Shona Mbira Music  Nonesuch Explorer   0:37:32 (Pop‑up)
"Tbilisi" State Folklore Ensemble; Artistic Director Robert Gogolashvili  имерули надури (Imeruli Nadur)   Options State Folklore Ensemble "Tbilisi"  Melodiya  0:36:40 (Pop‑up)
Natur Pur mit Bernhard Betschart  Dr Naegelibaergler   Options Naturjuuz  Natur Pur  0:40:10 (Pop‑up)
Eriya Bakwasa  Rwakyesiga ensolima   Options V/A: Secular Music From Uganda  SWP  0:42:03 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Lubomyr Melnyk 

Remnants of a Man   Options

Continuous Music 

Bandura Records 

0:43:56 (Pop‑up)
Leon Thomas  Umbo Weto   Options The Creator 1969-1973: The Best Of The Flying Dutchman Masters  BGP/Flying Dutchman  0:50:36 (Pop‑up)
Cathy Fink  Yodeling Lesson   Options V/A: The Rough Guide to Yodel  WMN  0:59:41 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  7:03pm penelope:

first! Hi dan!
  7:03pm bodahcar:

Hey Dan!
  7:03pm Carmichael:

Heya Dan and fryers.
Avatar 7:04pm Cliff:

Hello to Dan and everybody
  7:05pm purple haze:

that yodeling sounds scary.
Avatar 7:05pm glenn:

broilers, fryers, roasters.
Avatar 7:05pm Dan Bodah:

Good evening all
Avatar 7:07pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...well - this is a tidy little performance...
  7:07pm George from PA:

Had to say say thank you for starting the show with Berio. One of my favorites and his work not heard nearly enough on radio or in concerts.
  7:08pm JakeGould:

I was going to do “Dog or Frog” on “Dr. Gameshow” but mine would be about a kid who has to dissect a frog for science class, decides to let the frog live, and together to go on an adventure across where they run into dogs and learn about anatomy—since the kid was in a science class right—through roadkill. After the journey the kid becomes a scientist, kisses the frog and it becomes a person!
Avatar 7:08pm Dan Bodah:

Yes, Berio is wonderful -- and he wrote that specifically for Cathy Berberian
Avatar 7:11pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Stoned out of my mind in High School - supposed to very carefully whittle away frog skull to reveal brain: teacher just looks @ me & says 'all I can say is you better do it very very carefully'...I don't believe it happened...Hey teachers - leave them frogs alone...
Avatar 7:11pm glenn:

that sounds like heart of a dog. errrr, frog.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:13pm Marcel M:

Hello Dan and friends.
Avatar 7:14pm Linda Lee:

~ Yma was truly fantastic. ~
  7:14pm Listener Robert:

Someone sent to a Facebook page that I operate a Facebook video of a style of singing I wasn't aware of. I wanted to forward the video to Mr. Bodah, but couldn't see a way to link directly to it. It's called kulning, ancient Swedish herding call. I'll continue to look for ways to relay this.
Avatar 7:15pm Linda Lee:

@Listener Robert ~ maybe email the link?
  7:15pm JakeGould:

@ListenerRobert: Just post the link to the video here. Sometimes the videos on Facebook are viewable without login.
Avatar 7:15pm glenn:

today in cat gifs. media.giphy.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:16pm Marcel M:

I like the imagery that vocal fryer evokes..
Avatar 7:16pm Linda Lee:

@glenn~ truly magnificent cat gif!
  7:18pm Listener Robert:

OK, Jake, here's the link from the person who sent the video:


That way it's isolated on the page, as opposed to Jonna Jinton's page where it came from.
  7:20pm JakeGould:

@ListenerRobert: Eh, the link does work but it seems like Facebook permissions prevent us non-group members from viewing. Check the captions/comments beneath the video. Sometimes there is a YouTube link there since that’s how some people post links.
Avatar 7:21pm Cliff:

I took an advanced bio class in high school, we had 4 dissection projects: a giant earthworm, a giant grasshopper, a live frog (ok, technically that one's a vivisection), and a fetal pig. I was the only one in the class who had to redo the pig dissection, because when I opened up the first one I couldn't find the liver, and there were chunks of red and blue latex and also some mysterious brown chunks all throughout the abdominal cavity. Showed it to the teacher, she said, "Hmmm, they must have pumped in too much latex in the arteries and veins and blew up the liver inside in the process. Well, good job otherwise, but unfortunately you need to do another one with an intact liver so you can see where it's supposed to be."

I haven't eaten very many hot dogs since then.
  7:21pm JakeGould:

@ListenerRober: Maybe this one? youtu.be...
  7:23pm Listener Robert:

Thanks so much, Jake, you found it. It wasn't identified on the Facebook page as being hosted by YouTube; I think it was uploaded to separate hosts.
  7:24pm JakeGould:

@ListenerRobert: You’re welcome! I found it by just doing a Google search for “kulning, ancient Swedish herding call.” And that’s that!
Avatar 7:31pm Cliff:

RevRabbit: did you manage to fish out the lens from the frog's eye? It's a small gelatinous sphere and when it dries out it looks and feels like a clear marble.
Avatar 7:37pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

@Cliff: No distinct memory.
  7:39pm Mr. Joe Bob McFred:

I'm cold
Avatar 7:39pm Cliff:

Ah right, as you'd mentioned before you were pretty blazed in those years
  7:44pm Mr. Joe Bob McFred:

I'm remnants of a man too!!
Avatar 7:47pm Cliff:

Well most of us in that class kept our fish eye's lenses, and carried them around in our pockets for the rest of the semester as a mark of pride. Though thinking back on it now it all seems a bit barbaric to me :/
  7:49pm The Banana Train:

@glenn i like your cat gif
Avatar 7:52pm steve portland:

this rules
  7:53pm purple haze:

Vocal Fry hi die lie cry
Avatar 7:54pm Dan Bodah:

Thanks for the tip about kulning, I'll follow up on that...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:55pm Philthy woman:

Love this one, so much good stuff on this show, as always, I don't usually check in here and say it but I love it every time I get the chance, thanks DB
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:57pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Pretty good fry tonight, Dan. Good job!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:57pm Marcel M:

Great show Dan.
Avatar 7:57pm ranjit:

I'm gonna have to find and listen to a whole bunch more Leon Thomas.
Avatar 7:58pm Cliff:

Thanks for the show today Dan, it's a good counterpart to how my mind feels right now after a weekend of being snowed in and getting very little sleep the past couple nights :)
  7:59pm JakeGould:

Thanks Dan! Stay warm!
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