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The Sugarcane Recordings June 25, 2010

Posted by Elisa Hough in Music.
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Out in the country in Sashiki, the buzzes and drones from nocturnal critters was enthralling. So on our last night there, I convinced Jojo to sneak out of the house with me around 1 a.m. We sat in the middle of a dark sugarcane field and recorded some new songs with atmospheric accompaniment.

“International Cutie Pies”

“Moe Meguro”

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1. okidu - June 26, 2010

brings back wonderful memories of Okinawan sounds.
Thanks!

2. Laserbeak - June 26, 2010

gamelan

Elisa - June 26, 2010

eh?

3. Laserbeak - June 27, 2010

pronounced gah meh lon

4. John - July 18, 2010

Great stuff, I love Okinawa!

5. mygreencafe.com - August 11, 2010

Brazilian automakers make vehicles will be flexible with gasoline and ethanol blends. Ethanol from sugar cane in Brazil has been created in the twenties and thirties, with the introduction of the car. Output fell by the wayside until the seventies when oil again threatened. At that time ninety-seven percent of ethanol produced in the United States is from corn. There are no current plans to produce ethanol from sugar cane or beet sugar in the United States.


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