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[framework] playlist #303: 2010.10.31

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well folks, we avoided the problematic situation of feeling obligated to
make a halloween-themed program by completely forgetting that it was
halloween – it is much less apparent here in estonia than in any of the
other places i’ve lived, and the streets, houses, and shops are
pleasantly free from cheap plastic skeletons and light-up pumpkins.
estonia has two of it’s own dress-up-and-go-house-to-house
celebrations, so when asked about halloween, my friends here look at me
quizically and ask, what do we need another one for?



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in any case this program was dominated by a collage of recordings from
central china, where (correct me if i’m wrong) i doubt halloween is much
more strongly observed that in estonia. along with that work by *edwin
lo*, we got around to many submissions that have been waiting patiently
a very long time, both cds and mp3s, including a couple that available
as free downloads (*daniel del rio* and *james wyness*).

this all began with a /*framework*/ introduction recorded for us, again,
by *martin clarke*. now: although martin’s intros are always exquisite,
and i will continue to air every single one he sends me, it’s becoming a
bit of a one-man show people! keep them coming martin, but the rest of
you, let’s go, send me some intros! in a folder of the 5 unused intros
i’ve got waiting for airplay, there is 1, yes *1*, that is /not/ by
martin. /and/ he’s left a shiny red apple on my desk…

again, we are always looking for material for the show, whether raw
field recordings, field recording based composition, or introduction
submissions. we are also now accepting proposals for full editions of
our guest curated /*framework:afield*/ series. send proposals or
material, released or not, on any format, to the address below. if you
have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch!

framework
tartu mnt 41
63710 ahja
polvamaa
estonia

info@frameworkradio.net
*(time / artist / track / album / label)*

00:00 – 05:16 / martin clarke / framework introduction
http://www.rockscottage.net

02:50 – 14:52 / edwin lo / /[extract 1]/ / rabbit travelogue:
central region / rabbit travelogue edition
http://www.rabbit-travelogue.com

06:36 – 12:10 / daniel del rio / sant feliu (resonant hill) /
resonant / green field recordings
http://www.cimaural.net/danieldelrio,
http://greenfieldrecordings.yolasite.com

12:18 – 22:50 / yann novak / /[extract 1]/ / the breeze blowing
over us / infrequency
http://www.yannnovak.com, http://www.dragonseyerecordings.com/

13:37 – 23:51 / james wyness / /[extract 1]/ / traquair fair 2003
/ table shaker
http://www.wyness.org, http://blog.wyness.org

17:36 – 19:47 / daniel del rio / sant feliu (resonant rocks) /
resonant / green field recordings
http://www.cimaural.net/danieldelrio,
http://greenfieldrecordings.yolasite.com

19:25 – 32:33 / jeph jerman / prayer / prayer*tactus / semperflorens
http://www.jerman.littleenjoyer.com, http://www.semperflorens.com

25:02 – 30:26 / edwin lo / /[extract 2]/ / rabbit travelogue:
central region / rabbit travelogue edition
http://www.rabbit-travelogue.com

28:24 – 47:01 / yann novak / /[extract 2]/ / the breeze blowing
over us / infrequency
http://www.yannnovak.com, http://www.dragonseyerecordings.com/

31:48 – 33:00 / daniel del rio / turbulence (resonant cab) /
resonant / green field recordings
http://www.cimaural.net/danieldelrio,
http://greenfieldrecordings.yolasite.com

33:24 – 40:44 / james wyness / /[extract 2]/ / traquair fair 2003 /
table shaker
http://www.wyness.org, http://blog.wyness.org

37:54 – 56:25 / jeph jerman / tactus / prayer*tactus /
semperflorens
http://www.jerman.littleenjoyer.com, http://www.semperflorens.com

39:11 – 40:52 / daniel del rio / berber women association of argan
oil / resonant / green field recordings
http://www.cimaural.net/danieldelrio,
http://greenfieldrecordings.yolasite.com

55:49 – 57:00 / daniel del rio / ferryboat / resonant / green
field recordings
http://www.cimaural.net/danieldelrio,
http://greenfieldrecordings.yolasite.com

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