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Options August 5, 2017: The Probable Consequence of Swallowing a Soul

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Kwaidan / Yuki-onna (The Woman of the Snow), Masaki Kobayashi, 1965

Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Approx. start time
Toru Takemitsu 武満徹  Kwaidan: Main Title / The Black Hair 怪談: 黒髪 (Kurokami)   Options Film Music By Toru Takemitsu (1)  Victor  2006  Original 1965  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Kinshi Tsuruta 鶴田錦史  Dan-no-ura 壇の浦   Options The Art of Kinshi Tsuruta 鶴田錦史の芸術  Ocora  1991    0:06:04 (Pop‑up)
Art Of Primitive Sound  Eagle Bone For The Ghost Dance   Options Musical Instruments From Prehistory  Hic Sunt Leones  1993    0:17:43 (Pop‑up)
John Cage  Excerpt From Voiceless Essay   Options Ghosts And Monsters: Technology And Personality In Contemporary Music  Leonardo Music Journal  1999    0:19:10 (Pop‑up)
Delia Derbyshire  The Delian Mode   Options BBC Radiophonic Music  BBC  1971    0:23:00 (Pop‑up)
Stephen Vitiello  Marfa mix   Options An Anthology Of Noise & Electronic Music / Fourth A-Chronology 1937-2005  Sub Rosa  2006    0:28:33 (Pop‑up)
Hermann Kopp  Cerveau D'Enfant   Options Cerveau D'Enfant  Galakthorrö  2010    0:32:36 (Pop‑up)
Pauline Oliveros  Fragments   Options Ghostdance  Deep Listening  1998    0:35:02 (Pop‑up)
Sugai Ken  Awai   Options 鯰上 - On The Quakefish  Lullabies For Insomniacs  2016    0:39:08 (Pop‑up)
Mamoru Fujieda 藤枝守  The Fourth Collection: Pattern XV   Options Patterns Of Plants  Tzadik  1997    0:54:56 (Pop‑up)
Seiji Tsurusawa 鶴澤清治  Yuki 雪 (Snow)   Options Hitobachi Isshin 一撥一心  Columbia  2010    0:57:25 (Pop‑up)
KenYa Kawaguchi 川口賢哉  Accessing Mysteries 2 (Excerpt)   Options Solo Shakuhachi Improvisation - 雨露 URO  ChapChap  2016    0:59:27 (Pop‑up)
Eliane Radigue  Onward 76   Options Vice Versa, Etc …  Important Records   2009  Original 1970  1:17:38 (Pop‑up)
Pancreas  SONNET CIV   Options Mitose  Self-Released  2016    1:20:12 (Pop‑up)
Karlheinz Stockhausen  Mikrophonie II   Options Mikrophonie I / Mikrophonie II  CBS  1967    1:26:26 (Pop‑up)
Arca  Child   Options Arca  XL Recordings   2017    1:40:56 (Pop‑up)
Eduardo Polonio  Un Flu For Fru   Options Proprio Motu  Maria de Alvear World Edition  2007    1:44:27 (Pop‑up)
Toru Takemitsu 武満徹  Kwaidan: In a Cup of Tea 怪談: 茶碗の中 (Chawan no naka)   Options Film Music By Toru Takemitsu (1)  Victor  2006  The beginning of "In a Cup of Tea" - the last story of Kwaidan: http://www.tcm.com/mediaroom/video/214412/Kwaidan-Movie-Clip-In-a-Cup-of-Tea.html  1:51:05 (Pop‑up)
Talking Heads  Once In A Lifetime   Options Remain In Light  Sire  1980    2:10:39 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:00pm listener james from westwood:

Afternoon, Mayuko and all!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:01pm coelacanth∅:

good morning Mayuko, l james f w, sundry virtiglings
Avatar 12:01pm fred:

Good afternoon Mayuko, james and other listeners
  12:02pm P-90:

Greetings, DJ Mayuko and V-Players
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:03pm coelacanth∅:

i really like that (<) picture
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:04pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Vertigo intensifying, I guess Mayuko is on!
Avatar 12:07pm Mayuko:

Hello everyone! Glad to have you all here!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:07pm doctorjazz:

Hi from Eastern Kentucky, pretty place for a quick vacation... Heading out for KFC soon, seems required.
Avatar 12:11pm Mayuko:

This is a track that illustrates the battle of Dan-no-ura, the bloody final sea battle in a civil war in 12th century. The samurais of the losing clan are all killed and the women and children jumped into the sea so that they wouldn't get caught by the enemy.
Avatar 12:11pm fred:

I like this Kinshi Tsuruta track. Now that I have a new computer, I can see the kanji characters! Not that I can read them, but that's still an improvement
Avatar 12:12pm Mayuko:

Hi doctorjazz! how is the temperature like there in Kentucky?
Avatar 12:14pm Mayuko:

Congrats on the new computer, fred! How are you health-wise?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:14pm coelacanth∅:

i have an album with a song called "kurokami" which is very different...pretty sure traditional song. (?)
Avatar 12:16pm Mayuko:

Hoichi the earless, a blind genius Biwa playe were taken away by ghosts, and performed this track in a cemetery for those dead people to relieve their souls. In the film Kwaidan & the old folklore.
Avatar 12:19pm fred:

I had two weeks off work, so that threw the whole blood-thinner thing into a roller-coaster. Two blood tests a week, that sucks. But I feel good, so it's only annoying
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:19pm doctorjazz:

Really varies in the few days I've been here, now 60 degrees, high 78, yesterday really hot and muggy with short showers of and on (mostly off)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:20pm coelacanth∅:

Thankful you're okay fred.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:21pm doctorjazz:

Sorry to hear it, Fred, glad your doing better.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:23pm coelacanth∅:

...i don't eat chicken, but i wonder if "kentucky fried chicken" is better in kentucky, or worse
  12:23pm Rickwaukee:

Maybe when these folks get done hissing and shushing each other, we'll get to hear Mr Cage play
Avatar 12:25pm fred:

Playing Takemitsu, Cage, and traditional Japanese music in the same set makes a lot of sense
Avatar 12:26pm Mayuko:

@coelacanth∅ yup you're right, there is a Nagauta song titled Kurokami, which is indeed a traditional thing. The one we heard was from the first story in this 1965 film called Kwaidan directed by Masaki Kobayashi.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:27pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Kentucky Bourbon Fried Chicken?
  12:29pm P-90:

I remember Kwaidan, the Snow Lady was really spooky and mysterious
  12:29pm Gary:

Yay, I was looking for ghost tracks this week
Avatar 12:31pm Mayuko:

@Rickwaukee that one said it's only an excerpt, the hissing and shushing must have gone on for a pretty long time.
Avatar 12:38pm Mayuko:

@P-90 The snow lady story was a sad one.

Gary!! Glad to have you here!
  12:39pm Gary:

Glad to be here!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:41pm Webhamster Henry:

Pauline is doing a Ghost Dance right now! She (posthumously) and Ione received a "Red Goat" award at the Midtown Arts District Celebration on Thursday. part of the little park that it was held on is being renamed for her and Deep Listening.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:43pm Webhamster Henry:

BTW, up here in Kingston tomorrow, it's Youko Yamamoto's Bon Odori festival, featuring anti nuke prayers and stories, music, dancing, and more.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:44pm Webhamster Henry:

Sorry if it looks like I'm trying to get you all to move to Kingston.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:44pm listener james from westwood:

In the past 45 min I've had my upstairs neighbor, mistaken re: his location, attempt to key my door open, AND my smoke alarm shriek out of nowhere (it's evidently dying). So this show has been a fine baseline of calm for me to get my heart rate back down each time.
  12:45pm Rickwaukee:

Ghost stories and a spritzer bottle - haw
Avatar 12:46pm fred:

Ice cream works too, but beware of the fake Mr Softees
Avatar 12:48pm fred:

"cerveau d'enfant" means "child's brain"
  12:48pm Rickwaukee:

Unusually chilly for August here in Wisconsin - usually the "dog days" of summer now, which is Tokyo-miserable
  12:50pm Gary:

He's famous here
Avatar 1:03pm Mayuko:

Welcome, Webhamster Henry! Must be nice to be in upstate this time of year.
Avatar 1:05pm Mayuko:

@Gary oh good! I wasn't quite sure how well-known he was.

Many of Yakumo Koizumi/Lafcadio Hearn's books are available for free here:
  1:05pm Lukas:

Hey Mayuko, thank you so much for playing KenYa's piece. It was a pleasure to meet you few weeks back when he performed in Brooklyn.
Avatar 1:07pm Mayuko:

If you're visiting Tokyo in August you can check out this large ghost painting collection in Yanaka: matcha-jp.com... This show happens every year...
Avatar 1:09pm fred:

Kikagaku Moyo are playing here in a few weeks.Has anyone seen them live? Should I find a way to get a ticket?
Avatar 1:11pm Mayuko:

Lukas! Thank you for listening!! Glad I went to Share and got to hear them perform. That was really cool. That's when I bought this from him!
  1:22pm rbrt:

ohhh ghosts this week
Avatar 1:25pm Mayuko:

Hey rbrt! thanks for listening!
  1:27pm Jeff g.:

Hi all. I'm working on a folklore project at work now, including Hearn. I'm in over my head, but it's a rich vein. Thanks for this show, Mayuko.
Avatar 1:29pm Mayuko:

@fred never seen Kikagaku Moyo, but seems like they're kind of band that's good live?
Avatar 1:30pm Mayuko:

Oh my god Jeff G! You got the best job!! I'd love to hear more about it next time I see you!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:31pm coelacanth∅:

Mayuko @1.03 kingston ny isn't far enough upstate to be much cooler than jersey city. new paltz, just 15 miles south of kingston, was between 90-105 degrees F for 6 weeks straight a few summers ago. (& humid)
  1:34pm Jeff g.:

There are worse jobs. But there are also better jobs for paying the bills. You'd have more to tell me than I, you, I'm sure.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:34pm coelacanth∅:

(although we do have hiking spots that are 10-20 degrees cooler, sometimes with water to get into.)
Avatar 1:38pm Mayuko:

@coelacanth∅ oh! I just assumed anything above Westchester would be upstate, haha. Nobody had defined it for me, now that I think!
Avatar 1:39pm Mayuko:

@Jeff g. there are EASIER jobs for paying the bills, I'm sure about that!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:42pm coelacanth∅:

people call it "upstate"...technically it is; but new paltz is 1-1/2 hour drive from jc at most. kingston maybe another 25 minutes.
  1:43pm Jeff g.:

@mayuko: do tell. I'm always looking for those.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:44pm tmoyo:

The air is humid and heavy at night time in Yokohama. The ghostly frequency of today's show matches the insect sounds outside my window.
BTW I used to live really close to that temple in Yanaka but have never seen the ghost painting collection... Must find the time this year!
Avatar 1:48pm Mayuko:

Finally, a listener from a location with appropriate temperature! Good evening, tmoyo!
  1:50pm Rickwaukee:

Heard they're broiling in Portland - v strange
  1:56pm Rickwaukee:

"cobweb edge of nothing" - story of my life
  1:58pm rbrt:

  2:01pm Gary:

That's a great family story
  2:03pm Rickwaukee:

Maybe afraid it might have been a "dark" power or prankster trick
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:07pm coelacanth∅:

CIV would be 104, i think
  2:07pm Rickwaukee:

C = 50, IV = 1 less than 5, so 54
Avatar 2:07pm Kurt Gottschalk:

Friday, October 20th, ISSUE presents a public performance celebrating the work of pioneering French composer Éliane Radigue, presented as a part of The Austrian Cultural Forum’s Moving Sounds Festival. The evening spans her acoustic and electronic compositions and features the world premiere of OCCAM RIVER XVI.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:08pm tmoyo:

interesting story... my friend in college said her mom acquired healing powers after her home burned down. apparently kannon-sama appeared in her dream after the fire and gave her the power. I met her once and she was a funny lady giving healing sessions to a golf teacher for free lessons.
  2:08pm Rickwaukee:

I was sick out of school when they taught Roman numbers - was clueless for decade+
  2:10pm Rickwaukee:

Another pleasure cruise today, thank you, Big M
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:10pm listener james from westwood:

Many thanks, Mayuko!
Avatar 2:10pm fred:

Thanks Mayuko
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:10pm tmoyo:

Thanks Mayuko! ill try not to have nightmares...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:11pm coelacanth∅:

Rickw - C= 100.
  2:11pm Rickwaukee:

  2:11pm Jeff g.:

Magical, @Mayuko!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:11pm coelacanth∅:

Thanks Mayuko! Brilliantly scary program

tchau peeps
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:12pm Ike:

Roman numerals: an area where Romans were clearly and blatantly inferior to the Near East/South Asia and their awesome Hindu-Arabic numeral system that we use today.

Have a good one, Mayuko.
Avatar 2:12pm Mayuko:

Ah Kurt! That's the thing that I didn't even really read yet! Thank you for the info!!!
Avatar 2:16pm Mayuko:

@tmoyo TYPICAL Japanese person who takes supernatural things as everyday life thing! haha. That is interesting!
Avatar 2:16pm Mayuko:

Thank you all for listening!! See you next week!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:30pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Zats, missed the tail end, since I walked into town to the farmers' market. Going to chill out now with a dish of mango ice cream and fresh (real fresh!) blueberries. Have a good week, Mayuko.
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