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I play music that is old and that is new. Some of it is digital while some is analog. It is from many different countries; sometimes it is loud and at other times it is quiet.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Approx. start time
Frankie Reyes  Flor de Azalea   Options Boleros Valses y Mas  Stones Throw  2016     
Ramayana Soul  Rhaksasa   Options Sabdatanmantra  Guruguru Brain  2016    0:02:16 (Pop‑up)
Vaudou Game  Meva   Options Apiafo  Hot Casa Records  2014    0:06:29 (Pop‑up)
Ama Maïga & Les Almamy du Melodie Volta  Keleya   Options Deny Tologuelen / Keleya 7”  Volta Discobel  1975    0:09:58 (Pop‑up)
Orkes Sunda Aneka Kota Kembang, Ros Rosita & Koko Komara  Kaduhung   Options Aksi  Asmara Record      0:15:57 (Pop‑up)
L'harmonie Voltaique  Kulig Runde   Options Ouaga Affair : Hard Won Sound Of The Upper Volta 1974-1978  Savannahphone  2009    0:19:51 (Pop‑up)
Maher Shalal Hash Baz  Shibireruyouna nyuwasa しびれるような柔和さ   Options Return Visit To Rock Mass  Org Records  1996    0:22:46 (Pop‑up)
Hamako Watanabe 渡辺はま子  Kaze wa umi kara 風は海から   Options Ryoichi Hattori - Boku no ongaku jinsei 服部良一 僕の音楽人生  Columbia Music Entertainment  2006  Original 1943  0:25:29 (Pop‑up)
Genji Kuniyoshi 国吉源次  Shougatchi no ayagu 正月のあやぐ   Options Okinawa / Matsuri, Uta, Hourougei (Festival, Songs, Street Performance) 沖縄 / 祭り・うた・放浪芸  Sony Music Direct  2003  Original 1975  0:29:03 (Pop‑up)
Richard Beresis  PSA Vocal   Options China 5  Self-Released  2016  Recorded in 2014-2015  0:30:58 (Pop‑up)
Marcos Blater / Greg Saunier  Meltdown Upshot - Credo / Parallel Spaces   Options Deerhoof & Ensemble Dal Niente  New Amsterdam Records  2016    0:35:20 (Pop‑up)
Function  Disaffected   Options Anticipation 12"  Sandwell District  2008    0:42:18 (Pop‑up)
Pépé Bradock & The Grand Brûlé's Choir  Deep Burnt   Options Burning  Kif Recordings  2016  Original 1999  0:50:04 (Pop‑up)
Central African Republic  Bells And Pots   Options Music Of The Former Bandia Courts  Le Chant Du Monde  1996    1:14:21 (Pop‑up)
Akaten 赤天  PET bottle ペットボトル   Options Chateau Du Akaten シャトー・ドゥ・アカテン  Magaibutsu  2001    1:17:25 (Pop‑up)
Yayah Ratnasari  Abdi Nyorangan   Options Break Pong  Gita Record       1:19:14 (Pop‑up)
Motor Combo  Me Gusta   Options El Avión  La Olla Expréss  2012    1:25:30 (Pop‑up)
Vice Versa  Camille   Options Music 4  Neutron Records  1979    1:29:01 (Pop‑up)
8 1/2 Hakka nibun no ichi  Odorenai 踊れない   Options Technoloid : Japanese 80's New Wave Sampler  Tokuma Japan Communications  2006    1:31:44 (Pop‑up)
Akiko Futaba & Columbia Nakano Rhythm Boys 二葉 あき子 & コロムビア・ナカノ・リズム・ボーイズ  Birohdo no tsuki ビロードの月 (Velvet Moon)   Options Ryoichi Hattori - Boku no ongaku jinsei 服部良一 僕の音楽人生  Columbia Music Entertainment  2006    1:34:27 (Pop‑up)
Gulshabu  Sio dashimaki 塩出巻   Options Gulshabu  Kumaru Records   2011    1:37:47 (Pop‑up)
Benyamin S  Kompor Meleduk   Options Benyamin S Dalam Irama Rock & Blues, Vol. 2  GNP  2014  Original 2007  1:39:57 (Pop‑up)
Clark Naito クラーク内藤  Melody wa iranai メロディーはいらない   Options Owatteru uta 終わってる歌  DOCCA  2014    1:42:45 (Pop‑up)
Buffalomckee  Michikusa part2   Options Michikusa 道草  Self-Released  2011    1:43:53 (Pop‑up)
Jiri.ceiver  Poke (Digested Rmx)   Options Jig, Amble & Lisp  Harthouse  1997    1:56:07 (Pop‑up)
Choki Fukuhara & Tetsuko 普久原 朝喜 / 普久原 鉄子  Hantabaru ハンタ原   Options         2:17:25 (Pop‑up)
Tatsuko Touyama 当山達子  Natsukashii Kokyo 懐かしき故郷   Options         2:19:56 (Pop‑up)
Yuki Yamasato Minyo (folksong) Group 山里ゆき民謡グループ  Sah-sah bushi サーサー節   Options         2:23:52 (Pop‑up)
Genji Kuniyoshi 国吉源次  Nariyamaayagu なりやまあやぐ   Options         2:27:47 (Pop‑up)
Keiko Kaneshiro 金城恵子  Umui 想い   Options         2:32:12 (Pop‑up)
Kim Doo Soo 김두수  River Crossing 강 건너기   Options Dance of Hunchback 곱사무舞  RhythmOn  2015    2:36:16 (Pop‑up)
Skip James  Crow Jane   Options         2:41:37 (Pop‑up)
Mouiha/Quessab/Jelloum/Driss  Dhikr   Options Jilala Confraternity        2:43:44 (Pop‑up)
Senyawa and Arrington de Dionyso  Track 5   Options Senyawa and Arrington de Dionyso    2016    2:48:50 (Pop‑up)

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Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:48am Gary:

Avatar 11:50am fred:

Hi Gary, I'm early today, but the Drummer stream happens to feature some Cambodian and Thai goodness so that's a good thing
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:52am Gary:

Doug's got a fancy collection
Avatar 11:54am Mayuko:

Hi Gary and fred!!! Glad to have you guys here already!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:55am Gary:

It's a stay and home and work Saturday :)
Avatar 11:57am fred:

Today was swagmas for me, and it included that lovely notebook of yours, I guess that's why I can't wait for your show to start. Maybe I'll have to write with a pen again (though nobody can read my tiny handwriting, even I struggle)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:01pm Webhamster Henry:

Hi Mayuko! I remembered to tune in today!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:01pm listener james from westwood:

Good Saturday, Mayuko and all! A tropical beach with the associated breezes sounds really good right about now.
Avatar 12:05pm Mayuko:

yay Webhamster Henry! hallos james!!! Thanks for tuning in!
Avatar 12:05pm fred:

Simoon isn't a sea wind, but it might fit the climate in studio C
Avatar 12:08pm Mayuko:

So happy you got the notebook, fred! Thank you!! Hope you can take the advantage of it capable of being written from both sides.
Avatar 12:10pm fred:

Wow! This Vaudou Game track is great! I thought it had to be from Ethiopia but it turns out this band is from Togo
Avatar 12:11pm Jeff:

Hey, Mayuko! Eventually I had to start remembering your new day and time!
Avatar 12:15pm Mayuko:

Studio C is not too bad today, yet. Vaudou Game I think based in France now?, must be fun to see them live!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:15pm Gary:

No AC in C?
Avatar 12:17pm Mayuko:

Hi Jeff!!! Thanks always helping me out on weekends!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:17pm Doug Schulkind:

Such fantastic sounds. Such Play Vertigo.
Avatar 12:18pm Mayuko:

No AC in C, Gary...... I'm feeling the temperature getting higher a little by little.......
Avatar 12:18pm Mayuko:

Avatar 12:19pm fred:

I need to check them out then. They're playing a couple of weeks from now but opening for Seun Kuti, and that show's too expensive for me
Avatar 12:26pm fred:

Looks like they'll be playing in October in a smaller venue, I think I'll go. Thanks for the heads up!
Avatar 12:28pm Mayuko:

I'm jealous! but you're welcome!
Avatar 12:29pm fred:

Avatar 12:34pm fred:

Funny, that PSA vocal reminds of the Doomsday Auctioneer, Elizabeth Clare Prophet
Avatar 12:36pm Mayuko:

That Okinawa song is a new year song, so it's totally off-season, haha. but there were ocean waves, so...
Avatar 12:37pm fred:

Is that Satomi singing on that Blater/Saunier track?
Avatar 12:40pm Mayuko:

It's gotta be her, sounds like her and the album credits Satomi as vocals. No credits for each individual songs.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:42pm Gary:

It's beautiful
Avatar 12:43pm fred:

There's something of Steve Reich's more vocal compositions too in this, like Tehillim or Desert Music
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:45pm listener james from westwood:

This Function track is nice and low key.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:45pm Ike:

  12:51pm Ivan:

Avatar 12:52pm fred:

This Function/Pépé Bracdock segue was a thing of beauty
Avatar 12:57pm Mayuko:

Thanks, james and fred! Welcome on board, Ike, and Ivan!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:00pm listener james from westwood:

Agreed, fred!
Avatar 1:01pm fred:

Here comes the poison wind
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:01pm Webhamster Henry:

A lovely set!
Avatar 1:05pm fred:

Yeah! Great idea!
  1:06pm Jeff g.:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:11pm melinda:

hi Mayuko!
  1:12pm Jeff g.:

Wasn't Lee Perry fond of using crying baby sounds?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:13pm Webhamster Henry:

Kurt can play those really long cuts!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:13pm Gary:

I think Kurt starts the second Tuesday in September?
  1:13pm Jeff g.:

"Regularly" is my least favorite word to say aloud.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:14pm Gary:

September 13 (checked my email :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:15pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Hey, all! My daughter went on some fair rides this week and still complains of vertigo. Read up a little about BPPV and found it takes a few days for the crystals in the ears to get back to normal.
Avatar 1:16pm fred:

@Jeff g: mine is "intersectionality". I'm regularly called on to explain what it is at work, and I have a hard time not mouthfumbling it. Totally ruins my cred, which is a good thing
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:16pm Webhamster Henry:

That cartoon background is probably by Maurice Noble, who did all the cool WB cartoon layouts, especially with Chuck Jones. But I'm not sure if he was doing that in 1943.
Avatar 1:19pm fred:

Is that the Akaten project that is part of the Japanese New Music Festival tours? These shows are so much fun
Avatar 1:22pm Mayuko:

Hi Jeff G, melinda! Welcome! Hallo Ken!!
Thanks for the Kurt info Gary!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:24pm Ken From Hyde Park:

@WH - Yes, the image seems to be from the Wackiki cartoon from 1943. youtu.be...
Avatar 1:27pm fred:

Mayuko, did you see Prince Rama at Monty Hall?
Avatar 1:31pm Mayuko:

No, I missed Prince Rama - I missed Senyawa too - all these interesting things I've missed!
Avatar 1:33pm Mayuko:

I didn't know Akaten was part the Japanese New Music Festival tours, fred, did you see their show too?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:35pm listener james from westwood:

Ken: Did someone mention benign paroxysmal positional vertigo? I have that now and again! I had it last week!! Did you or the doc (if you visited one) mention anything about the Epley manuever? Her case is her case, not mine, to be abundantly clear, but it works for me in case it's been posed as a solution or came up in your research.
Avatar 1:40pm fred:

I saw 3 editions of Japanese New Music Festival; It's basically Yoshida Tatsuya, Tsuyama Atsushi and Kawabata Makoto, playing solo, duo and trio sets, having fun and doing whatever they want. The last time I saw them (a couple of years ago), that ended with a silent encore miming a AMT shredding set. Very fun shows
Avatar 1:43pm fred:

I guess I didn't answer you question (or mine): if that's the Tsuyama/Yoshida Akaten project, I saw them there, and it was very fun. But I never saw them outside this weird setting
Avatar 1:46pm Mayuko:

oh yes! it's Yoshida Tatsuya & Tsuyama Astushi indeed! Did they really bring in all the toothbrush and pet bottle and cicadas and all to the stage?
Avatar 1:49pm fred:

I don't remember the cicadas, but toothbrush action was involved. Vegetable slicing and even hacking too, so maybe sensitive souls should abstain
Avatar 1:53pm fred:

Clark Naito/Buffalornckee was another great segue
Avatar 1:57pm Mayuko:

Thanks fred!
Avatar 2:00pm fred:

Best vegetable slicing show: Stefania Pedretti, amplified cooking ends with a lucky audience member invited to share the end result
Avatar 2:01pm Mayuko:

haha! a music show coming with a meal sounds pretty great!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:05pm listener james from westwood:

And on that note, I'm hungry. Thanks for the musical smorgasbord, Mayuko!
Avatar 2:05pm fred:

Liat Dror and Nir Ben Gal had a dance show where the dancers made bread on stage and shared it with the audience at the end of the show, that was in the late 90's. I'm biased, but I think dance is often ahead
Avatar 2:11pm fred:

Actually, I think this has a lot to do with Akaten
  2:18pm david:

This is great!
Avatar 2:20pm fred:

What a treat! You should chat with DJ ALF, he's a friend of Billy Jam, and was stationed on Okinawa for a while. I only got to know this because it shows in is music
Avatar 2:22pm Mayuko:

Thanks james, have a great week! hello david!
Avatar 2:23pm fred:

This Tatsuko Touyama song is so beautiful
Avatar 2:25pm fred:

This song reminds me so much of Asadoya Yunta
Avatar 2:27pm Mayuko:

Yah, that chorus. These are all amazing.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:29pm ἶkε:

My laptop crapped out during the mic break. So we're going overtime? Cool.
Avatar 2:30pm Mayuko:

I wish DJ ALF was around at the station, or come to some meetup or something so that I can see him.
Avatar 2:31pm Mayuko:

It's basically just me listening to new cds just arrived from Japan, Ike, not even really an overtime hour.
Avatar 2:32pm fred:

@Mayuko: Just tell Billy Jam, he makes things happen
Avatar 2:35pm fred:

Five cliicky stars in a row, this might be a record, to be broken with the next song
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:36pm Ken From Hyde Park:

@ljfw - Hi...I was out mowing the lawn (weeds?) for a bit. I can tell her about the Epley maneuver. It can't hurt for her to try it. Thanks for pointing that out.
Avatar 2:43pm Mayuko:

oh! I should have kept going on with Okinawa music to break that record, haha! I felt like I wanted to go somewhere from there, can't help as a DJ I guess.
Avatar 2:46pm fred:

I think I'll use that notebook to write down interesting dreams. It looks like an engineer's book, so it would be nice for a dream diary
Avatar 2:48pm Mayuko:

Oh that's wonderful, fred! That's kind of what I was saying to Joe McG the other day - you can start real diary from one end, dream diary from the other end.
Avatar 2:52pm fred:

I once had a very weird dream of mine told on the air, on Amedeo's show, hearing it was weird squared
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:59pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Have a good week, Mayuko. Thanks for today's selections.
Avatar 2:59pm Mayuko:

A real dream you had and Amadeo broadcasted it?! That must feel surreal to have someone speaking about your dream on the radio.
Avatar 3:00pm Mayuko:

Thanks Ken and everyone, have a great week!
Avatar 3:00pm fred:

See: you can pull it off. Don't plan anything, just have this 0 to one hour space to play whatever you want
Avatar 3:02pm Mayuko:

haha, half of this extra set is like cheating though! but thanks for staying til the end with me fred!
Avatar 3:14pm fred:

That dream broadcast felt disappointing because the intense feeling didn't get through. It's told around 14:30 there: soundcloud.com...
The real weird thing is that someone on the playlists told me about the "angelics" before I knew it had been aired. I knew right there it was my dream he was talking about, but didn't know what to do with that
Avatar 3:28pm Mayuko:

Just had a quick listening, I guess it all kinda sounded a little too awaken? Hard to beat "The Dreams" by Delia Derbyshire, I love that piece too much... that feeling of diving into subconsciousness/unconsciousness... some people know exactly how to put such intensity and essences expressed in the form of sound, I have no idea how they do it and I think it's amazing.
  2:50pm mzz:

Hi Mayu, Could you ell me the CD of "当山達子/ 懐かしき故郷 "? Is it
Avatar 3:53pm Mayuko:

It's this one, mzz!
I like her voice too! Played a track of her from Ryukyu Rare Groove before.
But don't know much about her. Will try find some more of her stuff!
  4:10pm mzz:

You mean this?
  4:11pm mzz:

Thanks for prompt reply. I am getting them.
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