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Postby DJ Droood » 03 Oct 2005, 16:09

Radio Druid is down today for some electrical contrating work...should be back up this evening.
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Postby Ki No Ronin » 05 Oct 2005, 23:17

I just heard Potia-San on RadioDruid Singing a Song that I have never heard her Sing before.

It was called "Year Wheel Turns".

Sugoi! Bonzai!!!


Utsu Kushii Ongaku Desu! Bonzai!!!


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Postby Ki No Ronin » 13 Oct 2005, 21:34

I thought that I would like to listen to Ancient Japanese Court Music, which is called "Gagaku", so I plugged "Gagaku" into my Google and found that every website on Gagaku listed information on it, but would not let you download any, or listen to any. You had to either register with their website, or had to buy a CD across the Internet.

I tried many, many websites, but got nowhere.

Bonzai!!!

I finally found a Piece of Gagaku Music for RadioDruid!

Its URL is at:
http://real.irc.uci.edu/rgarfias/gagaku4.ram


Its called "Shinto Drums at the Break of Day".

:grin:

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Postby Ki No Ronin » 13 Oct 2005, 21:48

:grin:

Also, here is a Song of Japanese Flutes called: "Oshiki-cho Jussuiraku", which is at:

http://real.irc.uci.edu/rgarfias/gagaku7.ram


And another piece of Japanese Flutes called: "Komagaku. Kitoku-kyu. Koma Ichikotsu Cho", which is at:

http://real.irc.uci.edu/rgarfias/gagaku8.ram



I cant wait to hear those pieces played on RadioDruid!
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Postby Ki No Ronin » 13 Oct 2005, 21:58

I Lucked Out and Found a some more Music for RadioDruid! :grin:

I was out back and noticed that someone had thrown out a whole bunch of Music Cassette Tapes in the Dumpster. One of the Tapes is of a Singer Named: "Leslie Phillips". The Cassette Tape has Two Whole Albums on it. I Googled her name, but found no record of any Female Musical Artist by that name.

I have finally gotten around to sending Ambariius-San the Tape I found. He can concider this my Samhain Gift to him and everyone else.

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My favorite song on the tape is "Song in the Night", as it has lyrics that speak about the Night, which is appropriate for Samhain.

The Tape should show up at Ambariiu-San's place by next Monday, or Tuesday at the latest.

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Postby Ki No Ronin » 14 Oct 2005, 16:08

The Leslie Phillips Cassette Tape is now in the Mail, but the Clerk at the Post Station said that if would take about 7 days for it to be Delivered to Ambariius-San.

So everyone will have to wait a few more days before anyone will be able to hear the music that this Mysterious Unknown Artist called "Leslie Phillips" plays.

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Postby Ki No Ronin » 14 Oct 2005, 18:04

Actually, I have taken to leaving RadioDruid playing in my apartment when I go out as part of my Personal Security Routines.

I leave RadioDruid playing in order to make my place Sound Occupied as well as a few Lights on in order make it look Occupied.

I also figure the Tenants might like hearing it as they walk by my Apartment Door.

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Postby Selene » 14 Oct 2005, 23:27

I was out back and noticed that someone had thrown out a whole bunch of Music Cassette Tapes in the Dumpster. One of the Tapes is of a Singer Named: "Leslie Phillips". The Cassette Tape has Two Whole Albums on it. I Googled her name, but found no record of any Female Musical Artist by that name.
KNR, try this: http://www.answers.com/topic/sam-phillips-singer
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Postby Ki No Ronin » 15 Oct 2005, 05:29

Domo Arigato to You Selene-San. You have cleared up my Confusion.

Bows Politely


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Postby Ki No Ronin » 16 Oct 2005, 17:20

Here is something that can be put on RadioDruid that Azrienoch-San submitted into the Eisteddfod Competition.

I laughed sooooo hard I almost got sick.

:-)

Here it is: http://azrienoch.home.comcast.net/peoplejerky.mp3

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Postby Ki No Ronin » 27 Oct 2005, 03:18

How about including these Songs as a Playlist for RadioDruid during Samhain:

1) Roger Webb - Theme From Hammer House of Horror
2) Black Widow - Come To The Sabbat
3) Venom - Don't Burn The Witch
4) Ozzy Osbourne - Bark At The Moon
5) Meat Loaf - Wolf At The Door
6) Bodycount - Voodoo
7) Christian Death - Church Of No Return
8) Fuzztones - She's Wicked
9) Deep Purple - Demon's Eye
10) Beach Boys - Monster Mash
11) Boney M - Voodoo Tonight
12) Pogues - Worms
13) Pogues - Sick Bed Of Cúchulaínn
14) Noel Anthony - Zombie Jamboree
15) Elvis Presley - You're The Devil In Disguise
16) AC/DC - Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be
17) Eagles - Witchy Woman
18) Charlie Daniels Band - The Devil Went Down To Georgia
19) TV Theme - Bewitched
20) TV Theme - Tales Of The Unexpected
21) Electric Six - Electric Demons In Love
22) Simpsons - End Credits (Addams Family Homage)



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Postby DJ Droood » 27 Oct 2005, 11:32

Good suggestions, KNR, I will try to get some on...sigh...I just wish had more hours in the day to dedicate to this hobby....maybe OBOD can set me up with a comfortable endowment and I can sit at home in my underwear programing tunes and watching CNN....it is a dream....
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Postby Ki No Ronin » 28 Oct 2005, 16:35

Aleister Crowley is now making his "Hymn to America".

I must say that his Voice was very much similar to that of Winston Churchill.

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Postby Ki No Ronin » 01 Nov 2005, 19:13

After Registering with The Druid Network, I discovered they did not know of RadioDruid.

So I posted a thread on their message forum with information and links to RadioDruid so that they could start listening to Amberiius-San's splendid programming.

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Postby Ki No Ronin » 09 Nov 2005, 22:29

Also, here is a Song of Japanese Flutes called: "Oshiki-cho Jussuiraku", which is at:

http://real.irc.uci.edu/rgarfias/gagaku7.ram


And another piece of Japanese Flutes called: "Komagaku. Kitoku-kyu. Koma Ichikotsu Cho", which is at:

http://real.irc.uci.edu/rgarfias/gagaku8.ram

So when are you going to include these pieces into the play list?

KNR

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Postby DJ Droood » 10 Nov 2005, 03:17

Also, here is a Song of Japanese Flutes called: "Oshiki-cho Jussuiraku", which is at:

http://real.irc.uci.edu/rgarfias/gagaku7.ram


And another piece of Japanese Flutes called: "Komagaku. Kitoku-kyu. Koma Ichikotsu Cho", which is at:

http://real.irc.uci.edu/rgarfias/gagaku8.ram

So when are you going to include these pieces into the play list?

KNR

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I downloaded them...lovely...but they are in .ram format and I can only play mp3s. If I can find a free ram to mp3 converter I will put them up.
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Postby Ki No Ronin » 10 Nov 2005, 16:30

I downloaded them...lovely...but they are in .ram format and I can only play mp3s. If I can find a free ram to mp3 converter I will put them up.

Kore wa Damedene Desu! Kamisama no Kirau Desu! :x

I guess I will just have to play them on my Real Player program in order to get my occasional dose of Gagaku Music.
:shrug:

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Postby Ki No Ronin » 14 Nov 2005, 03:27

Konnichi Wa to Ambariius-San (bowing politely):

Ok, I Googled "Gagaku MP3" and got a bunch of pieces in MP3 format.

Here is one of them:
rtsp://media.nacs.uci.edu:554/rgarfias/japan/netori-ichikotsucho-1930s.mp3

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Postby Ki No Ronin » 14 Nov 2005, 03:49

I really loved this piece of Gagaku Music:

http://mp3.nash.jp:8000/pick_up_mp3/39_japan.m3u?play=1

and here is another, which was Simple but Elegant:

http://www.gagaku.tv/hitiriki.mp3

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Postby DJ Droood » 14 Nov 2005, 05:59

KNR, I put 39 Japan into the playlist (it was the only one I could download), although to my ear it sounds like several different pieces of music..sort of like a medley.
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