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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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Options May 20, 2017: Matsuri on the Dance Floor

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Dancing Fox, Japan, 1766

Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Approx. start time
Haanees Sarahama ハーニーズ 佐良浜  Amagui nu Uta 雨乞いぬ唄   Options Myahk 宮古多良間古民謡1 Miyako Tarama Kominyo  Aby  2009  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3eay6dvIK2w  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Brother Ah  Spirit World   Options Meditation (Divine Music)  Manufactured Recordings  2017    0:03:16 (Pop‑up)
Unknown Peul(Fula) person  Chant Et Flûtes (Song and Peul flutes)   Options Guinée: Récits Et Épopées (Narratives and Epopees)  Ocora  1992    0:06:58 (Pop‑up)
Asakusa Sanja-matsuri 浅草三社祭        2014  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fv1ILrr_zdI&t=117s  0:12:35 (Pop‑up)
Meireles y sua Orquestra  Ritmo   Options Brazilian Beat vol. 2  London  1967    0:16:51 (Pop‑up)
Alcione  Novo amor   Options Alcione  Philips  1981    0:18:29 (Pop‑up)
Tribilin Sound  Negroide   Options Future Sounds Of Jazz Vol.13  Compost  2017    0:21:33 (Pop‑up)
New Manuke  Fastest Motor   Options Kuknacke / NEW MANUKE  birdFriend  2017    0:25:20 (Pop‑up)
Kraftwerk  Computer Love (Computerliebe)   Options Computer World  Kling Klang  1981    0:30:18 (Pop‑up)
Sterac  Astronotes Pt.1&2   Options Secret Life Of Machines  100% Pure  1995    0:37:17 (Pop‑up)
Thomas Brinkmann  It Never Was You   Options Tina / Argo  Max Ernst   2003    1:04:11 (Pop‑up)
33.10.3402  13   Options Mecanica No.1  L.I.E.S.  2016    1:09:21 (Pop‑up)
Patricia  Four Fingered   Options Body Issues  Opal Tapes  2013    1:22:27 (Pop‑up)
Aoki Takamasa  Rhythm-Variation 05   Options RV 8  Raster-Noton  2013    1:26:46 (Pop‑up)
Soulphiction  Soul Brother No.2 (Original Mix)   Options Drama Queen  Philpot  2014    1:34:05 (Pop‑up)
Yarn/Wire & Tyondai Braxton  Music For Ensemble And Pitch Shifterdelay   Options Yarn/Wire Currents Volume 0  Self-Released  2017    1:39:37 (Pop‑up)
Joshua Abrams & Natural Information Society  St. Cloud   Options Simultonality  Eremite  2017    1:48:13 (Pop‑up)
Moebius  Sinister   Options Tonspuren  Bureau B  2010  Original 1983  1:52:25 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:50am Gary:

Your show today is helping us pack for moving.
Avatar 11:51am Mayuko:

Hi Gary! Good luck with the moving! I saw your cat not doing too great job helping you pack.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:56am listener james from westwood:

Sneaking in early to say hey!
Yikes, Gary, sending all the moving mojo!
Avatar 11:57am Mayuko:

Good afternoon, james! Thanks for being here.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:01pm Gary:

Ezra tries.
  12:12pm Jesse k:

Avatar 12:14pm Mayuko:

Jesse! Hallos!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:28pm tmoyo:

Loving the beats & the fox Mayuko! You made me think of one of my classmates when i was learning Portuguese who was a samba dancer. She said she was a regular in the Asakusa Samba Festival...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:31pm listener james from westwood:

Mmmm, Kraftwerk....
Avatar 12:33pm Mayuko:

Oh that's cool, tmoyo san! I wish I had at least a slightest clue in reading Portugues.
I actually don't know why they started Samba festival in Asakusa, but it kinda makes sense to me. Fits that neighborhood.
Avatar 12:38pm Mayuko:

Something sentimental about festivals, cannot explain clearly, but like that happy but a little lonely feeling when looking at sun going down at the end of a beautiful day. I hear that both in Samba music and Kraftwerk.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:41pm tmoyo:

True! A bit of sentimentalism to a steady beat.
  12:52pm \zzm/:

Hi Mayu, made it!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:57pm doctorjazz:

Hi, checking in.
  1:01pm Joe McG:

I'm enjoying listening to you bang your own drum today, Mayuko! I wish I could go to that festival!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:05pm Doug Schulkind:

Hello, Mayuko! Hello, drumbangers!
Avatar 1:08pm Mayuko:

Hola, zzm, and doctorjazz, thanks for tuning in! McGasko san, I wish I could bring everyone to the festival, it's really great.
Avatar 1:08pm Mayuko:

Doug!! Great to have you here!
Avatar 1:19pm northguineahills:

Yaye, I made it!
Avatar 1:19pm Mayuko:

drumbangers is a good word.
Avatar 1:20pm Mayuko:

Glad you made it, northguineahills!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:33pm Dave in Vermont:

greetings, heard some driving around, but missed some running around, what i've heard and what i haven't heard has been sounding great
It was nice to hear about the Okinawan music. I had a professor whose parents were from there and we studied some Okinawan literature.
Avatar 1:41pm Mayuko:

@Dave in Vermont Okinawan literature!!! That's amazing! I have to confess despite of my love for Okinawa music, I am totally ignorant about literature. From which period were the books you read with the professor?
Avatar 1:45pm Mayuko:

I've been discussing with Rob Weisberg about doing a guest DJ with him on Transpacific Sound Paradise - planning to do all Okinawa music sets. I hope it will happen soon! It might be interesting to you too, @Dave
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:48pm Dave in Vermont:

The class was about Japanese literature that related to WWII. When we focused on Okinawa there was lots of short stories from the '60s through the '90s, some of which my prof translated. Our main focus was on a novella by Medoruma Shun.
Let me know the date and I will pass it on to my professor. I am sure he would be interested too.
Avatar 1:53pm Mayuko:

oh no! that would be so much pressure!I'll do my best. & I'll announce the date once we figure it out!
Wish I could take that course too. More and more I feel the need for learning about WW2 this past couple of years. Good to look at it from as many point of views as I can, from Okinawa, from main island, from minorities, etc, literature should be a great way to learn those.
Avatar 1:53pm Mayuko:

This is my last track today - thank you all for listening!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:54pm Dave in Vermont:

The class was really eye opening for me.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:55pm Dave in Vermont:

Thanks, Mayuko. By the way I had your water bottle from last year and I was so bummed when I lost it.
Avatar 1:58pm northguineahills:

Even though it was a vassal of the Satsuma Domain and by 1872 the Japanese Empire, the United States had diplomatic relations w/ Lew Chew (The Ryukyu Kingdom) since 1854 until it was fully absorbed by the Empire of Japan in 1878. Yes, that is what I was reading about this morning....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:58pm listener james from westwood:

Thanks, Mayuko!
  1:58pm Ivan:

Great show Mayuko!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:02pm Dave in Vermont:

Also interesting to note is that historical linguists say that Okinawan is it's own language, that evolved from Proto-Japonic just as Japanese did, not a dialect of Japanese.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:02pm Doug Schulkind:

Listening to Play Vertigo = In joy
  2:03pm Ivan:

that sculpting sample was quincy jones.
it's from an interview with herby hancock in one of his studios. http://www.ethanhein.com/wp/2009/synth-and-axe/
Avatar 2:05pm Mayuko:

@Dave Yes! Some vocabularies we share btw Okinawa and main island, and people in Okinawa pronounce them a bit differently (which I refer as dialect) but it is fascinating about their own language being unique.
Avatar 2:06pm Mayuko:

wow! cool, thanks re: the sampling source, Ivan! & thanks for listening!
Avatar 2:06pm Mayuko:

Thanks again for listening everyone, see you next week.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:07pm tmoyo:

I have to learn more about the Okinawan & Ainu languages... Thanks Mayuko for another great show
Avatar 2:33pm fred:

Was the one you talked about in the first set sometimes transliterated as Quan Yin? I remember a Mariko Mori video about her. And I also have a small cheap plastic figure of her on one of my stereo's speaker (given to me by a Laotian friend) and a bigger mask on a wall (also a gift). For some reason, people have associated me to her for years
Avatar 3:11pm fred:

The Soulphiction track was great, and the Yarn/Wire track even better (I love them, I wish I could see them)
Avatar 3:27pm fred:

Belated thanks for that show, and of course I totally endorse the idea of an all Okinawa show. You know how much I love this music
Avatar 1:47am Mayuko:

@fred I didn't know what she's called in China, but it does look like Quan Yin is the Chinese version of Kannon, since they both write 觀音. It would be interesting to learn what buddhism is like in Laos, since I read that animism is often mixed up with buddhism there. That sounds kinda similar to Japan.
Thanks for listening! I hope you had a great time at the performance show you went to see.
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