Annual SCARAB Dance: Night in a Kuchie

Annual SCARAB Dance: Night in a Kuchie

Postby waltsnipe » Fri Apr 06, 2007 12:41 pm

Just a brief note that this year's annual SCARAB Tues. night world music dance will be "Night in a Kuchie: World Reggae." Skanking sounds from Africa, Brazil, India and other far-flung locales, as well as from ground zero in Jamaica. As in the past 5 years, the first 50 dancers get a CD of the night's mix.

Come join us as we pass it on the left hand side.
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Postby Lorgasm » Sun Apr 08, 2007 6:18 pm

Where will you be? Sounds great.
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location for '07

Postby waltsnipe » Sun Apr 08, 2007 6:24 pm

Don't know yet, but we'll be a registered theme camp, so just look for us in the book under "SCARAB."

We'll have our first fire art project ever out front: The Green Man Yellow Justice Project. It will feature a 6ft. tall Man in green, with a long arc of yellow e-wire pee falling down upon a custom steel globe, on fire, with "ExxonMobil" embedded into it.

If it all works out, we should be hard to miss :-)
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Postby Lorgasm » Sun Apr 08, 2007 6:31 pm

Awesome! Can't wait. Thanks for the info.

In the meantime, I wish you and yours a safe journey home and lots of strong, positive vibes.

Peace,
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a smattering

Postby waltsnipe » Sun Apr 08, 2007 7:06 pm

Here's a little taste of the playlist:

6. Kaissa--"O Si Keka" (Cameroon)
7. Mad Melon & Mountain Black--"Sensimilla" (Nigeria)
8. Inka Inka--"Brainwash" (California)
9. Forty Thieves--"Balkan Babylon" (UK)
10. Sultan Tunc w/Selda Bagcan--"Bir Yol Hikayesi" (Germany/Turkey)
11. Baba Zula--"Free Spirit--Mad Professor dub mix" (Turkey)
12. Kocani Orkestar--"L'Orient est Roots--Bigga Bush remix" (Macedonia)
13. Gnawa Diffusion--"Ya Laymi" (Algeria)
14. Intik--"Notre Devoir" (Algeria)
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Postby DustDr » Sat Jun 02, 2007 3:48 pm

We look forward to jammin' at your place on tuesday night!
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Postby Moon Puppy » Sun Jun 03, 2007 12:12 am

Beware of the Zombies on Tuesday!!!!! Uuuuuuggggghhhhhh!
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Postby waltsnipe » Mon Jun 04, 2007 2:44 pm

I'm sure the Zombie Shuffle could turn into easy skankin' with minimal prompting......
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Zombies? Eh?? I wanna dance!

Postby Jenr8r » Tue Jul 31, 2007 12:39 pm

Potential threat of the undead aside....now that placements are out, can you give us the deets as to where the dance is going to be?
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Postby sputnik » Tue Jul 31, 2007 1:03 pm

It's going to be alright.
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Postby Jenr8r » Fri Aug 10, 2007 7:22 am

Thanks for the link! I would've figured it out eventually...

BTW, what's a "Kuchie?"
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Postby EvilDustBooger » Fri Aug 10, 2007 7:29 am

Still lovin` the Cajun flavored CD ya`ll gave us in `05 waltsnipe . . .

thanks!
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it's all about the bowls, ya see....

Postby waltsnipe » Fri Aug 10, 2007 9:05 am

No problem! Come on by to get your tunes this year, too. We've upgraded the audio gear, and the software I use to make the discs, so the dancing should be smooth sailing all the way through.

ps. A famous old reggae lyric is "Pass the kuchie on the left hand side". When those little kids in Musical Youth in the '80s remade the song, I guess a blatant (to Jamaican ears, anyway) reference to the ganja pipe was considered a little too much in the "just say no" decade, so the lyric was changed to "pass the duchie...", which I think is a bowl of food. And it was a huge hit.

But we're all about the kutchie at SCARAB ;-)
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SCARAB Camp address

Postby waltsnipe » Mon Aug 13, 2007 9:27 am

SCARAB Camp will be located at Coral Reef and 7:30 this year.
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Postby waltsnipe » Thu Sep 06, 2007 2:55 pm

Thanks to all of you who came Tuesday night to our world reggae dance. Unfortunately (as many of you may have noticed with other events), the BMORG had a printing error for Tuesday events in the "What, When....." booklet, that duplicated Tuesday events for Thursday as well.....so, we're sorry that all of you who came by Thursday, thinking the dance was that night, missed us on Tuesday. I hope there weren't too many other events that were hosed by the printing error.

The layout of the "What, When, Where" this year was almost unusable, on top of the printing errors. I hope more care is given when this is printed up next year.
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dance playlist

Postby waltsnipe » Wed Sep 12, 2007 2:14 pm

Night in a Kuchie: World Reggae Dance, Vol. I; BM 2007
1. Chris Bottomley "Belize City Bakin" (Canada)
2. Cheikh Lo "Bamba Mo Woor" (Senegal)
3. Alpha Blondy "Lalogo" (Ivory Coast)
4. East African Reggae Bashment Crew "Africa Unite" (Kenya/Uganda)
5. Leo Muntu "Wachita Over" (Ivory Coast)
6. Kaissa "O Si Keka" (Cameroon)
7. Mad Melon & Mountain Black "Sensimilla" (Nigeria)
8. Inka Inka "Brainwash" (California)
9. Forty Thieves "Balkan Babylon" (UK)
10. Sultan Tunc w/Selda Bagcan "Bir Yol Hikayesi" (Germany/Turkey)
11. Baba Zula "Free Spirit Mad Professor dub mix" (Turkey)
12. Kocani Orkestar "L'Orient est Roots Bigga Bush remix" (Macedonia)
13. Gnawa Diffusion "Ya Laymi" (Algeria)
14. Intik "Notre Devoir" (Algeria)
15. Gnawa Diffusion "Grass A L'Herbe"
16. Sprawl "Blue Green Slime" (Houston)

Night in a Kuchie: World Reggae Dance, Vol. II; BM 2007
1. Apache Indian "Om Numah Shivaya" (India/UK)
2. Ale Muniz "Maguinha do Sa Viana" (Brazil)
3. Farofa Carioca "A Carne" (Brazil)
4. Rico Rodriquez "What You Talkin' "Bout?" (Jamaica)
5. Tiken Jah Fakoly/Tribo de Jah "Baba" (Ivory Coast/Brazil)
6. Burning Spear "Estimated Prophet"
7. Black Uhuru "Sinsemilla"
8. Michael Franti & Spearhead "Light Up Ya Lighter"
9. Walter Ehresman "Too Many Dudes" (Austin)
10. Joe Cocker "The Man in Me"
11. Toots Hibbert "Maggie's Farm"
12. The Slickers "Johnny Too Bad"
13. The Maytals "Pressure Drop"
14. Lloyd Charmers "Shaft"
15. Nasio "Armed and Dangerous" (Dominican Rep.)
16. Bob Marley "Coming in from the Cold"
17. Brazilian Girls "Pussy" (US)
18. Jehro "Everything" (France)
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