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This is where all of culture and all of time are collapsed into one seductive portal and viewed through the panoramic lens of the exotic. Come and embark on an armchair-travel virtual-voyage to the heart of timeless darkness and beyond; embrace the numinous monolith of the exotic immensity. Let us find that place where hybridization meets its destiny as pure fantasy. Let us become observers observing those others who are ourselves. You wear your mask and I'll wear mine.

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Options April 21, 2016: Visages et Chants du Monde

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments
Pedro Santos  Advertência   Options Krishnanda  CBS  1968   
Orchestre de Gamelan et Chanteurs de Pliatan  Side A: Ketiak, Djanger   Options Musique de Bali  Disques BAM    (under the direction of A.A. GDE Mandera) 
Fon  Side B   Options Collection Radiodiffusion Outre-Mer: Rythmes et Chants du Dahomey  Disques BAM    Danses Royales D'Abomey Avec Chant En Langue Vieux Fon; Musique Populaire Fon 
Music behind DJ:
Pedro Santos 
Dual   Options        
Unknown  Side B Musique de Bali   Options Musique de Bali  Visages du Monde    B1-Gamelan B2-Seruling B3-Gengong B4-Priere Indo-Balinaise B5-Bumbung 
Pedro Santos  Ritual Negro   Options Krishnanda    1968   
Pedro Santos  Agua Viva   Options Krishnanda    1968   
Unknown  Side B Au Coeur du Soudan   Options Au Coeur du Soudan  Le Chant du Monde    Bobo Oule, Bambara, Peul, and Songhai music 
The Fleetwoods  Mr. Blue   Options Mr. Blue    1959   
Music behind DJ:
Frantz Casseus 
The Fleetwoods  Outside My Window   Options Outside My Window 7"    1960   
The Fleetwoods  Graduation's Here   Options Graduation's Here 7"    1959   
The Fleetwoods  The Great Imposter   Options The Great Imposter 7"    1961   
Los Fronterizos  Kyrie, Gloria, Credo   Options Misa Criolla    1965  composed by Ariel Ramirez 
Pedro Santos  Savana   Options Krishnanda    1968   
Baden Powell  Sorongaio   Options O Melhor de Baden Powell    1973  composed by Pedro Santos 
Pedro Santos  Flor de Lotus   Options Krishnanda    1968   
Baden Powell & Jimmy Pratt  Coisa N° 1   Options O Melhor de Baden Powell    1973   
Pedro Santos  Um Só   Options Krishnanda    1968   
Pedro Santos  Sem Sombra   Options Krishnanda    1968   
Baden Powell  Canto   Options É De Lei    1972   
Music behind DJ:
Pedro Santos 
Aranbindu   Options        
Prince Buster  Ten Commandments   Options Prince Buster Sings His Hit Song Ten Commandments    1967   
Prince Buster   Is Life Worth Living   Options Prince Buster Sings His Hit Song Ten Commandments    1967   
Horace Andy  Mamie Blue   Options Skylarking    1972   
Lennie Hibbert  Village Soul   Options Creation    1969   
Desmond Dekker & The Aces  Coconut Water   Options Intensified    1968   
Barrington Spence  Contemplating Mind   Options Clement "Coxsone" Dodd: Musical Fever 1967-68    1989   
Scotty  Monkey Drop   Options The Crystalites / Scotty ‎– Trinity / Monkey Drop 7" single    1972   
Nora Dean  Barb Wire   Options Nora Dean / The Brons ‎– Barbwire / Calypso Mama 7" single    1969   
Lennie Hibbert  Chinese Beauty   Options More Creation    1971   
Prince and Princess Buster   Ten Commandments From Woman To Man   Options Prince Buster Sings His Hit Song Ten Commandments    1967   
Music behind DJ:
Herman Chin Loy 
  Aquarius Dub       
The Andrews Sisters  Hula-Ba-Luau   Options     1941  from the 1941 film "In the Navy" 
The Chordettes  Moonlight on the Ganges   Options Moonlight On The Ganges / Let The Rest Of The World Go By    1951   
Johnnie Ray  Lotus Blossom   Options The Big Beat    1957   
Les Troubadours Du Roi Baudouin  Sanctus, Benedictus, Agnus Dei   Options Missa Luba    1958   
Music behind DJ:
Les Baxter 
Deep Night   Options Caribbean Moonlight       
The René Paulo Group  How Deep is the Ocean   Options Tropical Heat Wave  LIFE     

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:50pm listener james from westwood:

Here I am thinking those records are Marathon prizes we can win for pledging! Ah, we still win big by hearing them tonight. Howdy all!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:51pm Gary:

Avatar 6:53pm Flash Strap:

Hey there! you fine fellows are a little early, what a pleasant surprise! come on in and make yourselves at home
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:56pm Gary:

I'm going to be on the couch with a book
Avatar 6:58pm hyde:

i'm going to be in the shower. but i can hear you in there!
Avatar 6:59pm ndbob:

evening Evan and everyone!
  7:00pm Ed:

Avatar 7:00pm Flash Strap:

Hyde, Gary, Bob, James

so great to see you all
Avatar 7:05pm Flash Strap:

Hi Ed!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:06pm listener james from westwood:

I do love this style of chant.
Avatar 7:08pm Flash Strap:

It's such a wild musical concept
Avatar 7:08pm Little Danny:

Evening, all. Gorgeous album covers, Flash.
Avatar 7:09pm Flash Strap:

Hey there Danny! How you doing?
Avatar 7:11pm Flash Strap:

I just found these, and some others, two days ago. at a thrift shop that draws from a community which, y'know, is generally unlikely to have these kinds of records around. so it felt extra special
Avatar 7:11pm Little Danny:

Good, man! Hoping that next Thursday's gonna inaugurate some shit for the one-two radio punch.
Avatar 7:14pm Flash Strap:

that's great news, but it tears me up that i won't be there for that first one-two! I'm off the air for the next two weeks, alas
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:14pm listener james from westwood:

Always be searching!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:15pm Stepchild:

Hiya everyone! And BIG thanks for sharing those covers along with the music, Flash...
Avatar 7:15pm ndbob:

Heya Danny
Avatar 7:16pm Flash Strap:

Hello and welcome Stepchild. Glad you appreciate these covers, they really excite my sensibilities. Such lurid, visceral design
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:20pm Stepchild:

BAM! indeed
Avatar 7:24pm Little Danny:

I remember when I first D/L'd the Pedro Santos from yer blog. Magic.
Avatar 7:29pm Flash Strap:

it's sooooo good. i wish i had a better copy, mine sounds sort of crummy. relatively crummy for something so good i mean
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:30pm Stepchild:

Flash I've got to keep a discogs window open while I listen to your show. I've just got to! And it's saying the catalog number following the Bali 7", LD 340, is also a 7" and it dates it to 1957, FWIW.
Avatar 7:33pm hyde:

did you say your Musique du Bali label was trashed? there's clean scans of a copy in the Bibliotheque Nationale: gallica.bnf.fr... de France
Avatar 7:33pm Flash Strap:

oh interesting, i wasn't able to discern the date. 57 makes sense
Avatar 7:34pm Flash Strap:

no, the label's fine, it's just in french and i was a little bamboozled trying to sort it all out
Avatar 7:37pm Flash Strap:

@Stepchild: i do that too, by the way. it's pretty fun using discogs to dig deeper on anything you hear
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:39pm Stepchild:

Now /that/ is an amazing resource, hyde! I am keeping that one.
Avatar 7:39pm Flash Strap:

yeah i gotta explore that !
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:41pm Stepchild:

Wikipedia en Francois knows a bit about the BAM label some of which hasn't made its way to discogs... fr.wikipedia.org...
Avatar 7:42pm hyde:

the French are good about their libraries and film archives.
Avatar 7:48pm Flash Strap:

This record has some wild stuff. I like how it's recorded, lots of ambient noises
Avatar 7:53pm ndbob:

Incredible that you found these at a thrift shop Evan
Avatar 7:55pm Flash Strap:

I've found some really unbelievable things in thrift shops–some funk and jazz LPs that I still can't believe I paid less than 50 bucks for, let alone 50 cents–but these are certainly among the most unlikely, literally exotic in every way, thrift shop finds of my life
Avatar 7:56pm Flash Strap:

these beautiful birds
Avatar 7:57pm ndbob:

I found some interesting records in North Dakota - not a lot there but minimal competition
Avatar 7:58pm Flash Strap:

that counts for a lot!
Avatar 7:58pm ndbob:

Time to go - excellent show Evan - so you will be off the next two weeks?
Avatar 7:59pm Flash Strap:

that's how i've found so many great exotica records i think. just less competition for the genre in general
Avatar 8:00pm Flash Strap:

hate to see you leave, bob! yeah, next two weeks I'll be gone. But Danny will be debuting, so don't miss that!
Avatar 8:00pm hyde:

the thrift store finds are the best, because you know the chances are so low in among all those Perry Como, Foghat and 101 Strings lp's
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:00pm melinda:

howdy Flash & explorers!
Avatar 8:01pm ndbob:

I won't - i love Danny's blogs
Avatar 8:01pm Flash Strap:

Melinda! wonderful!
Avatar 8:01pm ndbob:

Heya Melinda!
Avatar 8:02pm Flash Strap:

me too bob, me too
Avatar 8:02pm ndbob:

There's one great 101 Strings record actually
Avatar 8:02pm Flash Strap:

there's a couple!
Avatar 8:02pm Flash Strap:

which one do you love bob?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:03pm melinda:

hi bob!
Avatar 8:03pm hyde:

@Flash i remember hearing you say that once before. i'm still a little skeptical, heh.

hi Melinda!
Avatar 8:04pm ndbob:

both - Office Naps and the exotica 45s blogs?
Avatar 8:05pm Flash Strap:

well, Les Baxter did two of them I think... not his best two, but interesting. then there's a few with great lurid value
Avatar 8:05pm Flash Strap:

@bob: i meant which 101 strings
Avatar 8:05pm ndbob:

the space pop one
Avatar 8:06pm ndbob:

Music from 2001? can't remember the exact title
Avatar 8:08pm hyde:

i'll allow that i have never dove deep enough into 101 strings to say there aren't good ones. but what i've heard i haven't liked. i could change my mind someday!
Avatar 8:09pm ndbob:

@hyde the one I mentioned is realy different form their usual schlock
Avatar 8:10pm hyde:

Little Danny's blogs are all good. I really love the Lonely Beat one, myself.
Avatar 8:10pm hyde:

@ndb noted!
Avatar 8:13pm ndbob:

astro sounds from beyond the year 2000 -
on youtube
Avatar 8:15pm Flash Strap:

101 really does usually do nothing for me, but there's so many that they just had to do a good one occasionally. haven't heard 2000 before, Bob, but I'm going to
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:15pm melinda:

I like the Fleetwoods.
Avatar 8:17pm ndbob:

@Evan well worth hearing @Melinda me too - so many good records
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:18pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...the years between Elvis & the Beatles are sort of haunting...a David Lynch thing almost...
Avatar 8:18pm hyde:

Gary Troxel of the Fleetwoods married his high school sweetheart in 1960, and they're apparently still hitched!
Avatar 8:19pm ndbob:

there was an important Supreme Court case over grandparents rights - where Troxel was the plantiff
Avatar 8:20pm Flash Strap:

Fleetwoods are blowing my mind right now... I could play them all night
Avatar 8:20pm Flash Strap:

Troxel is turning out to be an interesting fellow
Avatar 8:20pm hyde:

@ndbob wow!
Avatar 8:20pm ndbob:

@Rev my favorite era maybe
Avatar 8:21pm Flash Strap:

oh and hi, Rabbit!
Avatar 8:23pm hyde:

i went through a big doo wop phase a long time ago. i should dust off some of those records. Flamingo Serenade comes out a lot (i mean, how could it not? that record is a mind blower), but so many I haven't played in years....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:24pm melinda:

I heard 'Tragedy' by the Fleetwoods on Bob Brainen's show a while back and bought the song but didn't explore further, so it's nice to hear more of them tonight.
Avatar 8:25pm ndbob:

Avatar 8:25pm Flash Strap:

I'll play some more of theirs another night, I'm still sort of working my way through. I really love so much of it... and I think i'm due for another doowop phase myself
Avatar 8:26pm ndbob:

I'm always ina doowop phase - Tragedy is a cover of the Thomas Wayne song
Avatar 8:26pm Flash Strap:

that's an intense case, bob
Avatar 8:28pm ndbob:

@Evan indeed - it's hard to pick a favorite genre - bit maybe doowop
Avatar 8:30pm coelacanth:

hello Evan and all
Avatar 8:32pm Flash Strap:

Hi there, C
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:34pm melinda:

Avatar 8:34pm Flash Strap:

drums are so cool on this one
Avatar 8:35pm hyde:

picking a favorite genre of music? i'm passing on even trying to think that one through!
Avatar 8:35pm Flash Strap:

@ Hyde:me too.
Avatar 8:38pm ndbob:

Not that I don't like a vast number of genres - but it terms of time doowop I think wins out
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:39pm Stepchild:

doowop concret tossup
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:40pm Stepchild:

this, though!!
  8:41pm David in Cleveland:

Hi, folks..

Favorite genre.. I'm torn between Japanese pop music
and '60s-'70s African rumba..
Avatar 8:43pm Flash Strap:

Hey there David with the interesting taste!
Avatar 8:44pm hyde:

all i know is, i'm not picking Gregorian chants.
Avatar 8:46pm Little Danny:

God this Pedro Santos track RIGHT NOW. (and thanx all for yer kind comments)
  8:46pm David in Cleveland:

Thanks.. there's a lot.. Bollywood, Indian classical, SE Asia..
Avatar 8:48pm Flash Strap:

@Danny: I actually had other stuff planned for this moment, but the Santos took me over like a mania
Avatar 8:48pm Flash Strap:

@Hyde: no way that's white people music
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:49pm melinda:

@hyde: t's easier to exclude categories than to picks faves, isn't it?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:49pm melinda:

that was supposed to be 'it's' but t's works.
Avatar 8:50pm Flash Strap:

t's better than 'tis, even
Avatar 8:51pm ndbob:

It's hard for me to exclude any category though - maybe slick 70s and 80s R and B ballads
Avatar 8:51pm Flash Strap:

this track is too good, i don't think we're gonna make it
Avatar 8:52pm Flash Strap:

I feel wonderful excluding cali punk bands post-ska-revival

even the good ones, who cares

maybe even pre ska-revival
Avatar 8:53pm Flash Strap:

also Aerosmith
Avatar 8:54pm ndbob:

I could exclude the post 1970 Grateful Dead
Avatar 8:57pm hyde:

i would exclude Spyrogyra style jazz fusion. but i'm afraid if we start naming all our exclusions, someone's gonna get their toes stepped on. i'm already looking a little bit askance at that cali punk thing ;)
Avatar 9:00pm ndbob:

I don't mind having my metaphorical toes stepped on:)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:04pm Stepchild:

well, music was all I ever dug about church. I see it was intentional on their part...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:05pm melinda:

I don't like metal. Maybe a few things here and there.
Avatar 9:05pm Flash Strap:

haha truly sorry Hyde! nobody defending Aerosmith though, I see
Avatar 9:06pm Flash Strap:

"a funny man" I love that
Avatar 9:06pm hyde:

haha, i can take it. it wouldn't be any fun if we all didn't love & hate some different things
Avatar 9:07pm ndbob:

Exactly Hyde - GTDS couldn't be what it is if we did
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:07pm melinda:

I hate many things but not sure how to categorize them.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:08pm Stepchild:

"Let's agree to disagree"

"I don't agree to that"
Avatar 9:08pm Flash Strap:

i DON'T hate the perfect harmonies on this track, I'll tell you that
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:09pm melinda:

Yeah, Prince Buster is good stuff!
Avatar 9:10pm hyde:

i should make it clear i'm not standing up for Green Day
Avatar 9:10pm Flash Strap:

I would never think that of you, Hyde. Or wish it upon your enemy
Avatar 9:11pm Flash Strap:

i seriously don't understand how Horace Andy's voice can sound like this.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:12pm melinda:

One time I was playing the Carpenters at work and a customer expressed sympathy, thinking I had been forced to play them. I let them know it was my choice and they felt bad but I thought it was funny.
Avatar 9:12pm coelacanth:

i respect the members of green day much more than i like their music.
Avatar 9:13pm Flash Strap:

boy, i know that exact sort of moment, Melinda
Avatar 9:13pm ndbob:

I really like the Carpenters - I really disliked them at the time - took decades to appreciate them
Avatar 9:14pm northguineahills:

I love this Lennie Hibert. I first got it on a Soul Jazz Studio One comp.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:14pm melinda:

Bob I probably would have felt the same way had I been an adult during their peak popularity.
Avatar 9:15pm Little Danny:

@Melinda - Man, I have massive love for the Carpenters, though, like ndbob, it took some deprogramming to get there. So much humanity in Karen's voice.
Avatar 9:15pm Flash Strap:

NGH! Hey there pal

Whole LP's incredible if you've never heard it, tho i'm sure you have by now
Avatar 9:15pm hyde:

@Melinda that's hilarious. i'm with ndb on this one--i hated the Carpenters for a long time,then got on board. when i was in a bad lounge band we used to cover "Close To You" and after awhile i really started to dig it.
Avatar 9:16pm ndbob:

@melinda some of it was what I associated them with - kids who voted for Nixon, etc - though looking back that seems really silly
Avatar 9:16pm Flash Strap:

she really is tremendous at times, and they did some pretty well-composed songs
  9:16pm David in Cleveland:

Just stepped out for a minute.. Sirius XM playing a Prince
tribute right now on their '80s channel.. people calling in
with stories..
Avatar 9:17pm Flash Strap:

hard to compete with a Prince tribute on a night like this

dammit what a year
Avatar 9:17pm ndbob:

I think Richard Chamberlain dd the original "Close to You"
Avatar 9:17pm hyde:

i'll say, i've heard some pretty amazing Prince stories today
  9:18pm David in Cleveland:

Flash! Dude, you just played Horace Andy, that's my guy!!
I collect Horace Andy albums!!
Avatar 9:18pm coelacanth:

not just Prince...
Avatar 9:19pm Flash Strap:

He's amazing, David!
Avatar 9:20pm hyde:

yeah. i love that Horace Andy Skylarking record you posted. i had never heard it before.
Avatar 9:20pm Flash Strap:

I think that this is basically a perfect song, and I marvel at it
Avatar 9:20pm coelacanth:

i once had a formal complaint brought against me for playing too much reggae!
  9:20pm David in Cleveland:

Under appreciated. Sleepy is still doing stuff in the studio.
I've been his fan since 1980.. his was my first reggae record
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:21pm melinda:

I love playing vintage smooth tunes in the store where I work. It's generally not what people expect to hear, yet it doesn't cross over into 'inappropriate for a retail environment', which much of my taste could. It's hard to know and I tend to push the boundaries. I once got a positive customer response to the Langley Schools Music Project, so I played it again, only to have another customer get mean and contemptuous and leave the store.
Avatar 9:21pm hyde:

@coelecanth ok, that is also hilarious
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:22pm melinda:

coelecanth we can't please everyone. I would think reggae would be fairly safe.
Avatar 9:22pm ndbob:

Ah the Langley Schools - great stuff - I remember when Irwin played it for the first time - announcing it as a major discovery.
Avatar 9:23pm Flash Strap:

@Melinda: that's really funny

@C: that's even funnier because it involves a formal complaint, the ultimate indignity
Avatar 9:25pm ndbob:

I got asked to take off music I was playing a few times when I worked in a video store - but I could usually get away with some pretty odd stuff.
Avatar 9:25pm Flash Strap:

@bob: that's crazy to think about. seems like when i was coming up that was long-established legend, foundational stuff
Avatar 9:26pm hyde:

@melinda The Flamingoes' aforementioned Flamingo Serenade would be perfect for that sort of thing. it's so smooth, and yet at bottom is so very strange sounding
Avatar 9:26pm Flash Strap:

totally hyde
Avatar 9:27pm ndbob:

@Evan it was on the Incorrect Music Show - the second FMU show I ever listened to after Charlie
Avatar 9:27pm coelacanth:

kinda funny then. definitely funny now!
...i did try to be democratic. i'd wait after each tape and no one ever played anything, so i chose again. it wasn't always reggae, but i guess all that world music shit sounded the same to them!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:30pm melinda:

I learned of Langley Schools long before I started listening to WFMU, and when I started listening to more programs here and learned that Irwin was the producer it made me even more excited about WFMU.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:31pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

What a great set.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:33pm Stepchild:

even if there was too much reggae!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:33pm melinda:

The couple who liked the Langley Schools at first thought there was a chorus of children practicing in the next room when they heard it. Which tickled me.
Avatar 9:34pm coelacanth:

some of the earliest svengali moves wfmu made with me were negativland. (the earliest was balanese gamelan music in 1977)
...now, after 2 members last year, another has moved on. (2 days ago, on his birthday.)
Avatar 9:36pm hyde:

@c right, negativland. that was the other guy who checked out today. i saw those guys play live once, it was wild.
Avatar 9:37pm coelacanth:

that was only the second time i've heard Nora Dean. the other song is "mojo girl". good to hear the rare rootsy reggae with a female vocal.
Avatar 9:39pm coelacanth:

man, hyde. i'm a tad envious! 'never saw them.
Avatar 9:43pm hyde:

it was great. they did this thing with a toaster--they came out, put two slices of bread in it, popped it down and just left it while they played. it created more smoke than any dry ice show i've ever seen in my life, just totally filled the club.
Avatar 9:44pm coelacanth:

hahaha! that's perfect!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:45pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& how far is The Andrew Sisters in 1941 from Chuck Berry really?...
Avatar 9:46pm Flash Strap:

seriously rabbit!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:46pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...well - it's Boogie...
Avatar 9:48pm coelacanth:

and now to reveal my stupidity...when i first heard negativland on fmu, c. 1980, i thought it was a bunch of samples being mixed live by the dj! i was very impressed!
Avatar 9:51pm ndbob:

excellent show Evan - glad I could stick around!
Avatar 9:51pm Flash Strap:

me too Bob!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:51pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Well - talk of FreeForm Radio - some college radio used to be pretty out there before the 'Republican Revolution' took the funds away for everything & the universe had to be monetized & therefore mainstreamed...much as HipHop used to be more adventurous before Sampling rights laws came down hard...
Avatar 9:53pm hyde:

@c you know the Internet Archive has the full Over the Edge Radio archive, yes?
  9:53pm David in Cleveland:

After "Explorer's Room" I recommend
"Music of Africa" on KBCS Seattle, 10pm-midnight
Avatar 9:54pm coelacanth:

- where have i been all my life?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:55pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

'Do or DIY with People Like Us' is a related species to those:
Avatar 9:56pm northguineahills:

Thanks Flash!
Avatar 9:56pm hyde:

@c yeah, 941 shows. it's here: archive.org...

thanks Mr. Flash Strap!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:56pm listener james from westwood:

Many thanks, Evan--enjoy your time away!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:57pm melinda:

Do or DIY is one of those I keep meaning to check out more of. I was won over by The Muppet Christ Superstar in December.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:58pm melinda:

Have a good expedition, Flash!
Avatar 9:58pm coelacanth:

hyde, i blurrily recall a mention of that when Don or Ian died. i think i was such a wreck that i never followed up.
...Thanks for that link.
  9:59pm David in Cleveland:

Enjoy your exploring, sir
Avatar 10:00pm coelacanth:

Thanks Evan and enjoy your time away.
ciao explorers.
Avatar 10:00pm Flash Strap:

Thanks all! Great being here with you tonight, and I look forward to being with you again in two weeks. Au revoir
Avatar 10:04pm coelacanth:

(rest in peace Richard Lyons.
rest in peace Prince Rogers Nelson.)
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