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January 18, 2008 Options
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
Sarah Webster Fabio 
Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues   Options Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues
(Folkways 1976)
ECD  In Tempo   Options Major Force: The Original Art-Form
(Mo Wax 1990)

Super Mazembe 

Lukasi
(Listen: Real)
  Options
Giants of East Africa
(Earthworks mid-1970s)
F. Kenya's Guitar Band  Memia (I Am Too Broke)   Options Electric Highlife
(Naxos 1985)
Ofege  Sorrow   Options The Last of the Origins
(EMI 1974)
The Big Beats  Mi Nsumoo Bo Donn   Options


Big Beats,
Sweet Talks &
Psychedelic Aliens

(Voodoo Funk ca. 1971)
Les Amazones de Guinée  Samba   Options Au Coeur de Paris
(Bolibana 1983)

Talkover Music:
DJ Food 
Dub Lion (Remake)   Options Stop and Listen, Volume 1
(BBE 1994)

Los Relámpagos del Norte 

Hay Quien
Dice de Jaén
(Listen: Real)
  Options
Guitar Mood
([none] 1965)


(click)
 
Esencialmente Asi No Mas   Options Del Volar de las Palomas
(Normal 1971)
Los Yorks  Justo a Mi Gusto   Options Sons of Yma: A Collection of
Peruvian Garage and Instrumental
Bands from the '60s!

(Yma 1960s)
Way y Los Arrrghs!!  Te Yov a Odiar   Options Cantan en Español
(Voodoo Rhythm )
Orishas  Atrevido   Options A Lo Cubano
(Universal Latino 1999)
Luis Towers  El Poeta   Options

Champeta Criolla
Volume 2: Visionary
Black Music From
Underground
Columbiafrica

(Palenque )
Coffee Makers  Las Calles de Medellín   Options Mestizo Music:
Rebelión en América Latina
(Trikont 2003)

Talkover Music:
Flevans 
Mr Bundle   Options Make New Friends
(Tru Thoughts 2004)

Jackson C. Frank 

Yellow Walls
(Listen: Real)
  Options
Blues Run the Game
(Sanctuary 1965)
Blackburn & Snow  Yes Today   Options Something Good for Your Head
(Big Beat 1966)
Forest  Hawk the Hawker   Options The Full Circle
(EMI 1970)


(click)
 
Raven   Options Fly on Strangewings
(DJM 1970)
Trader Horne  Here Comes the Rain   Options Morning Way
(Dawn 1970)
Lavender Diamond  Oh No   Options Imagine Our Love
(Matador 2007)

Talkover Music:
Thai Elephant Orchestra 
Heavy Logs   Options Thai Elephant Orchestra
(Mulaata 2000)

Howard McGhee Sextet 

Fuguetta
(Listen: Real)
  Options
Howard McGhee Introducting the Kenny Drew Trio
(Blue Note 1950)
George Russell Sextet  You Are My Sunshine   Options Things New: Unissued Concerts 1960 & 1964
(RLR 1964)
Jackie McLean  Action   Options



Action

(Blue Note 1964)
David Murray  Last of the Hipman   Options Last of the Hipmen
(Red 1978)

Talkover Music:
Organic Grooves 
Gold Weave   Options Black Cherry
(Aum Fidelity 2002)

Bob Dylan 

Girl From the
North Country
(Listen: Real)
  Options
Nashville Skyline
(Columbia 1969)
Lucinda Williams (and Gurf Morlix?)  Sundays
(Record live on Dierdre O'Donoghue's
SNAP radio show on KCRW)
  Options
Lucinda Williams
(Koch 1989)


(click)
 
The Hobo and the Rose   Options Shit Happens!
(Bear Family 1965)
Willie Nelson  Opportunity to Cry   Options Crazy: The Demo Sessions
(Sugar Hill early 1960s)
Eddie Hinton  Come on Home Baby Lee   Options



Cry and Moan

(Bullseye 1991)
Shelby Lynne  Thought It Would Be Easier   Options I Am Shelby Lynne
(Island 2000)
Razzy  I Hate Hate   Options Country Got Soul, Volume 1
(Casual 1974)

Talkover Music:
Joe Claussell & Kerri Chandler 
Escravos de Jo   Options Copa Mundial Muzique
(Guidance 1998)

Billy Lamonte  Country Boul
(Listen: Real)
  Options
Wild and Frantic


(click)
 
Bloody Tears   Options Downtown Rockin' at the Striptease Club 500
(B-Sharp )
Charlie Booker  Walked All Night Long   Options Let's Drink Some Juice and All Get Loose
(Charly )
Buddy Johnson  Walk the Chalk Line   Options Black Rock 'n' Roll, Volume 2
(Savage Kick 1950)
Pervis Lavawn & the Commanders  Crossin' Over   Options Buttshakers! Soul Party Volume 1
(Mr. Luckee )

Closing Theme:
John Lee Hooker 
Stand By   Options I Feel Good
(Jewel 1971)

Listener comments!

  Fri. 1/18/08 9:20am Paul Sherratt:

Elecric Highlife .. on the Naxos label ( budget classical outfit )

Must investigate further
  Fri. 1/18/08 9:45am Steev:

that Los Relámpagos del Norte track was sweet -- but very short. Great start Doug -- Happy Friday!
  Fri. 1/18/08 9:48am Stan:

Les Amazones de Guinee sure be funkee! Killer, killer cut! This show rules!
  Fri. 1/18/08 9:55am Steev:

Doug -- I can't find 'Guitar Mood' anywhere on the net. Is that the name of the album you played the
Los Relampagos Del Norte track from?
  Fri. 1/18/08 10:09am Steev:

Thank u Doug. Ur the man!
  Fri. 1/18/08 10:14am Doug:

Steev, I snatched that "Guitar Mood" comp from the terrific blog Twilightzone! Go to the following link and search for "Guitar Mood" (it was posted in November '07)

http://rideyourpony-twighlightzone.blogspot.com
  Fri. 1/18/08 10:27am Steev:

Thank you for the link Doug!
  Fri. 1/18/08 10:52am Sur:

Doug, you know, I love love LOVE your show! But I winced today when I heard you pronounce the name of a certain coastal Colombian city! That's a common mistake made by English-speakers, to say 'kar-tah-hen-ya'. But there is no 'enye' in Cartagena, that's just a regular 'en' in there so it's pronounced 'kar-tah-henna'. Que viva la champeta y que viva Colombia!
  Fri. 1/18/08 11:00am Steev:

I'm Lovin' it -- Jackie McLean
  Fri. 1/18/08 11:03am Doug:

Sur,
I'm sure I make everyone wince at least once per show. I'm so glad yours is out of the way. I am a notorious butcher of languages -- English especially -- but delight in receiving stern corrections from the better informed. So thanks!
  Fri. 1/18/08 11:13am Cecile:

Yay! Johnny Dyani!

"Johnny Dyani, what do you see?"
"I see the rainbow over the bamboo forest!"
  Fri. 1/18/08 11:22am Paul Sherratt:

Ooooof .. Lucinda Williams. You know somewhere out there I'm sure there's a Terry Allen with Lucinda Williams song
  Fri. 1/18/08 11:23am Cecile:

I bought a Webb Pierce album for my dad long ago, and he goes "you can't beat an old shit-kicker." LOL!
  Fri. 1/18/08 11:24am Brian S:

It's raining & just starting to get dark here in the UK though hardly been light all day. What with & a streaming cold then Lucinda;s voice comes on & makes my day that little bit brighter.
  Fri. 1/18/08 11:24am Sur:

Doug, so sorry, I didn't mean to sound stern -- I'm really very sweet, it's just hard to hear that in a typed message! ;-( Let me say once more, I LOVE your show!!! You are the best!
  Fri. 1/18/08 11:30am Kev:

Brian - Your not wrong. Proper down tools moment here in London.
Great show Doug.
  Fri. 1/18/08 11:31am matt:

"Opportunity to Cry" made me want to cry at my desk. What a great tune!
  Fri. 1/18/08 11:32am Paul Sherratt:

" ... opportunities to cry " and THEN along comes Eddie Hinton.

Oh boy.


" Back to Black " is the T. Allen/ L Williams song on Terry's 'Human Remains' cd ( Sugar Hill )
  Fri. 1/18/08 11:36am Doug:

Sur,
No, honestly, I LIKE being corrected. The last thing I wanna do is sound like a knowitall. I appreciate your gentle offering. (I didn't mean to imply that YOU were being stern. Oh no no!)
  Fri. 1/18/08 11:43am Julie:

Oh man, Lucinda Williams followed by Webb Pierce, complete with spoken interlude, followed by Willie Nelson's achingly beautiful "Opportunity to Cry" and all on a sunny Friday morning. Thanks for taking me home for awhile ...
  Fri. 1/18/08 11:47am Cecile:

Can you play Smiley Lewis's "Country Boy"?
  Fri. 1/18/08 11:50am Wes:

John Littlejohn? It gets very little, if any, better than this. This is what Samuel L Jackson wished he could have done in Black Snake Moan
  Fri. 1/18/08 6:32pm mike njtp:

hi doug afro stuff cookin. jackie with billy higgins.areal burner on my list of big time bob drum masters elvin max tony buddy art blakey pphilly joe jo jones art taylor roy haynes joe chambers dannie ricchmond. given the drummers some. good weekend brother.
  Fri. 1/18/08 8:04pm mike njtp:

god bless fmu archive . so many great cuts jade makes me think of pearls before swine. this show is a keeper. wowie zowie.
  Fri. 1/18/08 11:40pm star Black:

You turned the day around, especially with the African police women. Thanks so much!
  Wed. 1/23/08 6:09pm Marie:

Grreattt show!
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