Chinese folk song I just put up; having recorded it in 1998 off Radio Taiwan.I featured Rufus in the post where rh comments. He continues:
Maybe somebody knows the recording, I was thinking. YouTube goes everywhere, unless they've banned it.
It's been through four transcodings, as well as being off shortwave in the first place; but the original has a nice bass line. Video is of transcoding 3 from real audio to mp3. Transcoding from mp3 to wmv was still to come.
Beats Rufus Wainwright.
I may set the backyard bird microphone to record the midnight gunshots before bed, though, if the wind is quiet and the grain elevators shut down for a while.We look forward to the gunshots recording, to more information about "At the Faraway Place - Love Song of the Plain" by Zai Na Yao Yuan De Di Fang, and to all the other recordings and photographs that rh might bestow upon us in the coming year, capturing the mystic essence of Ohio.
The shots last for about a half hour; and some guy always starts five minutes early. The clocks are not good out here.
It's the Ohio way.