08 June 2011

Did they laugh at you in Prague? Did they belittle you in Budapest? Did they ridicule you in Rome? Did your ideas go over the heads of the Academy in Aarhus?

Well, you're invited to discuss your theories on the air during the Komodo Dragon Show this Wednesday, June 8th, in celebration of UMFM Open House Week.

Listeners are invited to drop by the station on the 3rd floor of University Centre or to call the broadcast studio at 204-269-8636 between 8-11am Central Time on Wednesday, June 8th. Your input will preempt three hours of traditional Laplandish moss-gathering chants.

The only pre-requisite is to have something interesting to say. I am a fair man, but I am also the final, pitiless arbiter of what gets aired on my show. Here's the bed for my interview with you:

Set #1 - 8:00am - 9:00am

Dan Gibson's Solitudes Vol.10
Solitudes, CCDG 10

Played simultaneously with:

Dan Gibson's Solitudes
Solitudes, CCDG013

Set #2 - 9:00am - 10:00am

2A. Brian Eno: Music for Airports (1978)
Ambient 1
Virgin, EEGCD 17

Played simultaneously with:

2B. Brian Eno: Music for Airports (rec. 1998)
Bang on a Can All-Stars
Point Music, 314 536 847-2

Set #3 - 10:00am - 11:00am

3A. The Bagpipe of Turkey (rec. 2002)
Bülent Bekar - bagpipe
Earthcds, nn

Played simultaneously with:

Murat Avhan - bagpipe, Yaşar Çorbacioğlu - bagpipe
Earthcds, nn

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