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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 May 23, 2019: Songs for Ritual & Ceremony, Calypsos, Sacred Music

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments
G. Verdie Band  Una Lacrima Sulla Tomba Di Mia Madre   Options Sicily: Music for the Holy Week  UNESCO/Auvidis  1993   
John "Buddy" Williams  Man in Dey   Options Le Jazz Primitif  Cook  1961   
Bamboo-Tamboo  Is A Burial Today   Options Bamboo Tamboo – Bongo & The Belair  Cook / Road Records  1956   
Unidentified Panamanian Street Musician  Diablitos of Los Santos   Options Street Music of Panama – Cumbias, Tamboritos, Mejoranas  Original Music  1985   
Jorge Teresina  O Boi (Piaui)   Options The Lighthouse, the Rooster, the Tears: Mid​-​20th Century Brazilian Folk Recordings  Oma333  2015   
Ignacy Podgorski i Jego Nadzwyczajna Ork  Polka go Lwowa (Polka from Lviv)   Options I Wouldn't Sell You To Anyone: Eastern European Immigrant Musics in the U.S., 1917-29  Canary Records  2019   
Bagpipe Orchestra & Choir (Bulgaria)  Subrali Sa   Options To Drive Away the Vampires: Balkan Folk Musics, 1930s-1980s  Canary Records  2013   
Ensemble Rustavi  ერქომაიშვილი = Guruli Naduri   Options ქართული ხალხური სიმღერები = Georgian Folk Songs  Мелодия  1978   
Ensemble Rustavi  მივალ გურიაში = Mival Guriashi   Options ქართული ხალხური სიმღერები = Georgian Folk Songs  Мелодия  1978   
Ensemble Rustavi  წინწყარო = Tsintskaro   Options ქართული ხალხური სიმღერები = Georgian Folk Songs  Мелодия  1978   
Music behind DJ:
Sergasen: Ghost Dance; Gerasen: Funeral Dance (Brunei, Borneo)   Options Funeral Dances in the Mountains: Rural Percussion (& Vocal) Ethnographic Recordings from Southeast Asia  Oma333  2015   
S.O.S.  Calypso   Options S.O.S.  Ogun  1975  Alan Skidmore, Mike Osborne, John Surman 
Lancelot Layne  Dat Is Horrors   Options Dat Is Horrors / Kaiso for Mout' Band 7"  Jumbie Bead  197?  with Charmaine Yates 
Mighty Sparrow  Ah Diggin' Horrors   Options Calypso Maestro  Ra  1974   
Joe Harriott Quintet   Calypso Sketches   Options Free Form  JAZZLAND  1961   
The Roland Kirk Quartet Featuring Elvin Jones   Slippery, Hippery, Flippery   Options Rip, Rig & Panic  Limelight  1965   
S.O.S.  Cycle Motion   Options S.O.S.  Ogun  1975   
Dickie Landry  15 Saxophones   Options Fifteen Saxophones  Northern Light Records  1977   
Stan Kenton and His Orchestra  Etude for Saxophones   Options Chronological Classics 1940-1944  The Classics Chronological Series  1995   
John Surman  Obeah Wedding   Options John Surman  Deram  1969  wr. Mighty Sparrow 
Music behind DJ:
Sergasen: Ghost Dance; Gerasen: Funeral Dance (Brunei, Borneo)   Options Funeral Dances in the Mountains: Rural Percussion (& Vocal) Ethnographic Recordings from Southeast Asia       
Nicolas Kedroff, Evgeny Evetz, Nicolas Evetz  Liturgical Polyphony with 3 voices with dissonant harmonies (17th century)   Options Encyclopédie des Musiques Sacrées – Chants Liturgiques de la Tradition Russe  ERATO / Editions Labergerie  1968   
Rustavi Ensemble   შენ, ბიჭო, ანაგურელო = Shen, Bicho, Anagurelo   Options ქართული ხალხური სიმღერები = Georgian Folk Songs  Мелодия  1978   
Sava Negrean  Băte Vint De La Oradea (Cîntec De Joc)   Options Roumanie - Roemenië: La Vraie Tradition De Transylvanie  Ocora  1981   
C. Genco  Gloria   Options Sicily: Music for the Holy Week  UNESCO/Auvidis  1993   
Tempvs Fvgit  Miserere   Options Nebbiu: Sacred Songs  Long Distance  2003  Corsica 
Jacky Micaelli  Sanctus   Options Corsica Sacra  Auvidis  1996   
Les Troubadours Du Roi Baudouin  Dibwe Diambula Kabanda   Options Missa Luba  Phillips   1958   
Les Petits Chanteurs-Danseurs De Kenge  Ayi Komema - Mono Kivonga   Options La Vie En Brousse - Young Congo Sings  Phillips   1967   
Baka Pygmy  "Orycterope and Pangolin", Sung-Fable   Options Cameroon: Baka Pygmy Music  Odeon / EMI  1977   
Nossi-Bé  Musique Sakalava   Options Valiha Madagascar  Ocora, Office de Radiodiffusion-Télévision Française  1963   
Unknown Uyghur Artist  Dulan Muqam   Options Silk Road: China – Xinjiang  Playa Sound  1994   
Unknown Artist  Ritual Music (Annemite Mountains, Southern Laos)   Options Funeral Dances in the Mountains: Rural Percussion (& Vocal) Ethnographic Recordings from Southeast Asia  Oma333  2015   
Gamelan Gong Sekar Anjar And Gendèr Wajang Quartet Under The Direction Of Dr. Mantle Hood  Selir   Options The Exotic Sounds of Bali  Odyssey  1972   
Unknown Artists, David Fanshawe  Cook Islands: Imenetuki (Mangaia Island)   Options South Pacific: Island Music  Nonesuch Explorer Series  1987   
Big Field Villagers (Papago - Arizona)  Green Rainbow   Options An Unseen Cloud: Commercial American Indian Recordings of the late-40s to mid-50s  Canary  2015   
Los Fronterizos Chorus and Orchestra (Directed by Ariel Ramirez)  Gloria   Options Misa Criolla  Phillips Connoisseur Collection  1965   
Los Fronterizos Chorus and Orchestra (Directed by Ariel Ramirez)  Agnus Dei   Options Misa Criolla  Phillips Connoisseur Collection  1965   
Los Fronterizos Chorus and Orchestra (Directed by Ariel Ramirez)  La Peregrinación   Options Misa Criolla  Phillips Connoisseur Collection  1965   
Music behind DJ:
Marimba Tecun Uman  
Virgencita Del Rosario   Options Folklore Maya Vol. 2  Dideca  19??  Guatemala 
The Lion   Ancient Carnival   Options Trinidad Loves To Play Carnival (Carnival, Calenda And Calypso From Trinidad 1914-1939)  Matchbox  1991   

Listener comments!

Avatar 4:29pm Flash Strap:

once again, playlist image from the amazing 50watts: 50watts.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:28pm chresti:

Hi Flash! Just going to sit quietly with my coffee...
Avatar 6:36pm Flash Strap:

Hi Chresti! make yourself comfortable while I putter around
Avatar 6:59pm Flash Strap:

ok here we goooooo
Avatar 7:00pm hyde:

one froggy evening
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:00pm listener james from westwood:

Evening, all!
Avatar 7:02pm quinn:

I already love this
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:03pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Avatar 7:03pm Flash Strap:

Hello Hyde! James! Quinn! welcome, welcome and a fond hello!
Avatar 7:03pm Flash Strap:

Hi RevRab!
Avatar 7:07pm Flash Strap:

I had this show mostly cobbled together last night but it was a struggle for whatever reason and then watched Mr. Arkadin (which I'd never seen) to unwind and was really laughing at the penitente scene because of this (also the scene is very funny, Bob Arden is awful)
Avatar 7:09pm Flash Strap:

i will never tire of playing songs from Le Jazz Primitif for you all
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:10pm fleep:

This looks like a good place to unlurk. Greetings Evan and explorers
Avatar 7:11pm Flash Strap:

hello father fleep! extremely nice to see you swim on in
Avatar 7:11pm hyde:

i've actually never seen Mr Arkadin.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:12pm chresti:

Me neither
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:13pm chresti:

That 50 watts site is great.
Avatar 7:13pm Flash Strap:

i watched the ballyhooed "comprehensive" version that criterion did. only version i've seen. it certainly had some great elements, though it was a bit of a letdown i have to admit... robert arden is nauseatingly bad in it. Welles of course is good, and so are the shots
Avatar 7:14pm Flash Strap:

@chresti: every image a treasure there
Avatar 7:16pm hyde:

i looooove 50 watts
Avatar 7:16pm Flash Strap:

re: Arkadin - there is a very funny scene where Arden is a giant fucking dunce while watching a Penitente procession in Spain
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:16pm Gary:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:17pm passiflora:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:18pm Gary:

I can see -- er, hear -- I've come to the right place!
Avatar 7:20pm Flash Strap:

Hi Gary! wonderful to see you hear me!
Avatar 7:21pm Flash Strap:

Passiflora! hello and yesss
Avatar 7:21pm Flash Strap:

this is such a wild comp, love it (I Wouldn't Sell You To Anyone)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:22pm Gary:

I hear -- er, see -- what you did there!
Avatar 7:24pm Flash Strap:

insanely huge sound from this ensemble
Avatar 7:26pm TDK60:

Hello explorers.
Avatar 7:28pm Flash Strap:

Avatar 7:28pm TDK60:

Somebody said there's a ceremony?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:29pm fleep:

What a pretty alphabet, makes ours look dorky
Avatar 7:29pm Flash Strap:

learned of this wonderful example of Georgian polyphony only recently, here: music-republic-world-traditional.blogspot.com...
Avatar 7:31pm Flash Strap:

@fleep: really is, does
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:31pm chresti:

I'm having a coffee ceremony
Avatar 7:33pm TDK60:

chresti: I'm having a yerba mate ritual.
Avatar 7:35pm Little Danny:

Hey Evan, hey all!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:35pm Doug Schulkind:

Good thing your on the stream Flash. Not sure the FCC would permit you saying მივალ გურიაში on a family broadcast.
Avatar 7:36pm Flash Strap:

Hey LD! Hey Commissioner Doug!
Avatar 7:37pm Flash Strap:

this track featured in Herzog's Nosferatu btw. or this song, might be a different recording
Avatar 7:37pm Flash Strap:

(plague scene)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:41pm passiflora:

as a child, the bocklin painting 'plague` haunted me, from the guinness book's section on the black death. I didn't know it was a painting, but admired his (other) works later in life.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:41pm chresti:

Haha Doug
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:42pm chresti:

A-list DJs in the house!
Avatar 7:43pm Franco Twinkie:

Hi Flash. That churchy music was real nice on this day that winter has returned to Southern California.
Avatar 7:44pm Franco Twinkie:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:45pm Gary:

Music Republic! Great blog
Avatar 7:46pm Franco Twinkie:

I'm typing in the dark. I should buy a light bulb.
Avatar 7:49pm hyde:

oh, i'm a big fan of this record
Avatar 7:50pm Flash Strap:

@Gary: really great! I need to dig deeper into it tbh
Avatar 7:50pm Flash Strap:

@passiflora: that's a spooky painting for sure
Avatar 7:51pm Flash Strap:

@hyde: i just got into it actually! really good!
Avatar 7:51pm Flash Strap:

Hi Franco! six more weeks of winter, 12 more days of darkness
Avatar 7:53pm Flash Strap:

this track is just in constant rotation in my life at the moment, i feel it lends me clarity and purpose
Avatar 7:53pm quinn:

Yes please
Avatar 7:54pm Flash Strap:

haha I thought this one might be up your alley Quinn!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:55pm passiflora:

love this
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:57pm Doug Schulkind:

This is making me monstrously happy this is. Mike Osborne is one of the most beloved of my beloveds.
Avatar 7:59pm Flash Strap:

@Doug: I've been listening to a lot of him and John Surman recently, but I'm mostly unfamiliar with a lot of that crowd
Avatar 8:00pm Little Danny:

This is fantastic! ("Dat Is Horrors")
Avatar 8:00pm Flash Strap:

@LD: Lancelot Layne is a king man
Avatar 8:00pm Little Danny:

Avatar 8:01pm Flash Strap:

calypso heads can guess what's comin next
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:02pm Doug Schulkind:

Bali hai, Little Danny!
Avatar 8:03pm Little Danny:

99% of Caribbean music is new to me, alas, tho I've been dipping my toe into it in the last two or three years...
Avatar 8:03pm Flash Strap:

one of the alltime top Sparrow songs if you ask me & from an incredible LP
Avatar 8:03pm Little Danny:

Dammit Doug that is exactly the perfect return greeting
Avatar 8:03pm Flash Strap:

recommend the new sort of recent Lancelot Layne comp, Blow'Way – until that came out, his stuff very hard to get ahold of
Avatar 8:04pm TDK60:

.. /thee/ calypsonian.
Avatar 8:04pm Flash Strap:

Doug is a master, just a total sniper on the boards
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:05pm chresti:

Wow, the lyrics.
Avatar 8:06pm Little Danny:

He really is. I maintain a strict no puns policy in my house next door but Doug is too good to refuse
Avatar 8:06pm Flash Strap:

the way he says "more laws & wars" is a masterclass by itself
Avatar 8:06pm Jeff Moore:

Um, uh oh – I had to do some maintenance on our primary stream server, and I carefully checked to make sure nobody was in the process of doing a live show when I started and swapped stream server DNS, but I forgot to check again when I swapped back.

So... I think our DJ is feeding the backup stream server which was briefly the primary while I was doing the work, and people who've been listening from the beginning will still be hearing him, but people who connect fresh now won't hear the right thing.

Hmm... I think I need to change back and leave the backup in front until after 10PM, that's probably the least disruptive thing.
Avatar 8:06pm Flash Strap:

no one has delivery like sparrow he's better than sinatra
Avatar 8:07pm Flash Strap:

hi Jeff! do the right thing i trust you
Avatar 8:07pm hyde:

glad i got on at the beginning!
Avatar 8:08pm Flash Strap:

don't think i'll ever hear this Joe Harriott track enough times in my life but i'm trying
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:09pm chresti:

I got that, at first, JM. I got Flash by clicking the link in the playlist
Avatar 8:09pm Little Danny:

Oh shit, I just remembered I have a Harriott-Mayer-related track to play for you, Flash
Avatar 8:10pm Jeff Moore:

Yeah, that's the ticket... I swapped things back and I'll just tiptoe out of here and dick with the servers again later tonight.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:10pm Doug Schulkind:

Harriott perfection.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:10pm chresti:

Actually, listening via iphone had no issues, it was different on the desktop.
Avatar 8:11pm Flash Strap:

@LD: consider me curious, piqued
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:11pm passiflora:

I'm afraid to go get a banh mi! ^
Avatar 8:13pm hyde:

mmmmm, banh mi
Avatar 8:13pm TDK60:

there's that 1965 again!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:14pm melinda:

hi freinds
Avatar 8:14pm Flash Strap:

hi Melinda!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:15pm melinda:

I left that misspelled on purpose, to mix things up
Avatar 8:15pm hyde:

@melinda haha
Avatar 8:17pm Flash Strap:

bored of the constrictions of conventional language she began experimenting with typos, on her way to harder rush of compulsive glossolalia
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:22pm melinda:

Avatar 8:23pm hyde:

huh, Dickie Landry took cool photos of Phillip Glass and Moondog etc in the 70's
Avatar 8:24pm TDK60:

this does feel a like a ceremony...
Avatar 8:24pm Flash Strap:

@hyde: that sounds very cool
Avatar 8:24pm Flash Strap:

@TDK: Sax Magick
Avatar 8:25pm hyde:

he has photos of Bruce Nauman and Phillip Glass playing badminton
Avatar 8:26pm Little Danny:

My dad when I was growing up (like, 8 or 9 y.o.) would refer to my "friends" very deliberately as "fiends." Probably apt. Still, though, weird household
Avatar 8:28pm Flash Strap:

just looked those up Hyde, pretty cool. love playing badminton esp. with members of the avant garde
Avatar 8:28pm Flash Strap:

@LD: depends on the delivery i guess
Avatar 8:28pm quinn:

Ugh why are saxophones the best instrument
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:29pm melinda:

Reminds me of the Herzog film My Best Fiend
  8:29pm passifloral:

Avatar 8:34pm Flash Strap:

this whole Surman solo LP is pretty much calypso jazz
Avatar 8:36pm Flash Strap:

Mike Osborne on this as well
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:40pm doctorjazz:

Hi, Flash and Explorers, been enjoying the sounds!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:46pm 23 Wolves:

Good show like pretty much always, been working my way through some archives and you play top tunes. I like hearing the records.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:47pm chresti:

I liked that ghost dance in the background.
Avatar 8:50pm Flash Strap:

Hi Doc! Hi 23 wolves, thanks for the kind words
Avatar 8:51pm Flash Strap:

me too chresti, tbh it's probably too good for bed music
Avatar 8:52pm northguineahills:

I was about to say this reminds me of Georgian sacred chorale music....
Avatar 8:53pm Flash Strap:

hi NGH, right on the money
Avatar 8:54pm Flash Strap:

what a voice
Avatar 8:56pm Flash Strap:

buncha goats on this one
Avatar 9:00pm northguineahills:

Ok, Corsican sacred music is new to me! Digdug!
Avatar 9:02pm Flash Strap:

i suspect the only things i know about Corsica come from the Asterix comic where he visits Corsica
Avatar 9:04pm TDK60:

..I think Corsica is Italian-language-culture but ruled by France. I think there was a separatist movement once.
Avatar 9:05pm Flash Strap:

that much i learned from Asterix i do have to say
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:05pm passiflora:

Avatar 9:07pm Flash Strap:

huh, I guess there's a lot of the Greek language in Corsican liturgical traditions as well
  9:07pm Dean:

Enjoyed the company many years of ago of exchange students from Corsica.

Winter & Winter has at least one Sardinian religious music. Similar.
  9:08pm Dean:

"...Sardinian religious music release," I mean^
Avatar 9:11pm Flash Strap:

Hi Dean, i'll check that out
  9:11pm Dean:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:12pm passiflora:

so nice
Avatar 9:12pm northguineahills:

Corsican, like Sardinian, is usually considered a separate language from standard Italian (Tuscan). Don't get me started on the various dialects of Sardinian and Corsican, it's maddening for such small geographies....
Avatar 9:15pm Flash Strap:

the fable here involves a pangolin and an orycterope (aardvark) stumbling across an abandoned woman who's just given birth only moments before, and deciding to help her and care for her. nice story i have to say
Avatar 9:16pm northguineahills:

You are correct, Evan, much Greek influence in almost Mediterranean island due to first, Greek colonies, and later, Byzantine Empire possessions. There is still a few small Greek speaking communities in south Italy (on the south mainland).
Avatar 9:18pm Flash Strap:

very very interesting, NGH. i'd love to see Corsica i think
  9:21pm Dean:

I'd love to see Corsica, and I declined a chance to do so when I visited France after meeting one of the students I mentioned above. But mostly I plan to live my last few years on Cyprus. Never been there. Doesn't matter. It's where I'll be composted.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:23pm passiflora:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:23pm chresti:

Why Cyprus?
  9:24pm Dean:

It's stuck in the middle.
Avatar 9:25pm Flash Strap:

looking at the map, I think you picked a pretty good spot Dean
Avatar 9:26pm Little Danny:

Huh. I'm hearing a relationship to the music of Tuva here. Minus the biphonic singing of course.
Avatar 9:26pm coelacanth∅:

hey Evan, Explorers
Avatar 9:26pm Flash Strap:

i know what you mean LD
Avatar 9:27pm Flash Strap:

Hi Coelacanth!
Avatar 9:27pm northguineahills:

also, the British military presence also makes many Cypriots know English (the British military zones in Cyprus makes the US's look small in Japan).
Avatar 9:28pm Flash Strap:

Tuva and Uyghur country aren't so far apart that there wouldn't be some fair amount of cultural crossover
Avatar 9:30pm Little Danny:

Right! I was just looking at a map outta curiosity
Avatar 9:31pm Flash Strap:

me too, me too. until then, I couldn't have placed Tuva on a map with any remote accuracy at all
  9:31pm Dean:

I'm gonna guess: it's up there near Mongolia?
Avatar 9:31pm Little Danny:

@Evan: You read any Mircea Eliade (Sacred and Profane, Shamanism, etc.)? This show is really making me flash on his writings
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:32pm passiflora:

I miss geosense www.youtube.com...
Avatar 9:32pm northguineahills:

Mongol and Turkic people originally were nomadic and spread from the Pacific to Europe on the Eurasian steppe, so, yes, many similarities b/tn Uyghurs and Tuvans.....
Avatar 9:33pm northguineahills:

(Uyghurs are Turkic, Tuvan, Mongol).
  9:33pm Dean:

I had a Mongolian neighbor who waxed nostalgic about Mongolian throat singing.

Heh, was just thinking about Eliade yesterday. Yes, Sacred and Profane, Patterns in Comparative Religion, Myth of the Eternal Return...
Avatar 9:33pm Flash Strap:

@LD: no, sounds like i really need to!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:36pm passiflora:

can feel the sunshine on this cook islands track
  9:37pm Doug Schulkind:

Wax Nostalgic would be a killer radio show name.
  9:37pm Dean:

Better, Whacks Nostalgic
Avatar 9:38pm Little Danny:

stop it Dean
  9:40pm Doug Schulkind:

Crack is whack?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:41pm melinda:

I just recently started saying whack. I like it.
  9:42pm Dean:

As an adjective, noun, or verb?
Avatar 9:42pm Flash Strap:

this harpsichord, my god
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:43pm chresti:

Wax N' Cracks
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:44pm chresti:

..or, Wax N' Crax
  9:48pm Dean:

You want harpsichord? I recently picked up Kenneth Gilbert's Harmonia Mundi double LP of Handel's grand suites, pristine condition, ten bucks. I could bathe in the sound. Then there's the Michel Kiener recital of the Goldberg Variations on a double Cercle Kallistos (Yves Bernard Andre) LP, the sound of which is scary real.
Avatar 9:48pm Flash Strap:

sounds great, I wanna get scared
Avatar 9:49pm coelacanth∅:

i once had a friend who referred to mcdonald's as "whackdonald's"
so when i refer to the scumbag-in-chief as
ronald mcdonald trump
inside i'm thinking
"ronald whackdonald trump"
  9:50pm Dean:

For me, same effect from Kavi Alexander's Water Lily Acoustics LP featuring Hamza el Din. I had to look up when he hit that drum...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:51pm doctorjazz:

Say it ain't so!
Avatar 9:51pm Little Danny:

thanks for le voyage fantastique, Flash!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:52pm chresti:

  9:52pm Doug Schulkind:

Hello all you lovely people, I urge and encourage you to tune in to the Drummer Stream on Saturday evening as we will be premiering a brand-new radio show!

Gina Bacon hosts Someday Matinee, live from Delgado Guitars in Nashville, Tennessee! Gina will have wonderful artists, bands and other characters on the show for live performance and conversation.

The show will air every Saturday, 5-7pm (eastern).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:53pm chresti:

Thanks Flash, superior supreme!
Avatar 9:53pm Little Danny:

Please. Everyone. Let's keep the party going! wfmu.org... Doors open to all.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:54pm passiflora:

one for the ages
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:54pm passiflora:

  9:55pm Dean:

LD, does the party feature twelve kegs? Buddy of mine wanted to name his band 12 Kegs, so the fliers would read, "Party with 12 Kegs!"
Avatar 9:57pm northguineahills:

Happy thanks, Flash!
Avatar 9:57pm coelacanth∅:

i'd rather have 3 pints of good brew than 12 kegs of what's usually in party kegs
  9:57pm Dean:

Of course, the other approach is to name the band Live Nude Girls.
  9:59pm Dean:

I'd take a keg or twelve of Pliny the Younger.
Avatar 9:59pm Flash Strap:

@Doug: ah shit! I really should have mentioned that on-air
Avatar 9:59pm Flash Strap:

thanks, all! good night
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:59pm chresti:

I knew someone who made a movie with that title (or similar)@Dean
Avatar 10:00pm coelacanth∅:

only once did i go to a party with kegs worth tapping. one was mother's milk and the other, another fine keegan brew.
Avatar 10:00pm coelacanth∅:

Thanks Evan!
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