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December 12, 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)

Mary Jo Chelette 

Cat Fishing
(Listen: )
  Options
You All Come! East Texas Honky Tonk
(Jasmine 1953)
Jimmy Kelly, the Boy With the 3-D Voice  Dunce Cap   Options Boppin' Hillbilly, Volume 25
(Collector 1954)
Cowboy Jack Derrick  Can't Find the Keyhole   Options Cincinnati Bound
(Cattle Compact )
Bill Franklin  Mr. K. and Mr. D.   Options



Loyal Records:
I Saw the Light

(HBR )
Al Rogers  The Hydrogen Bomb   Options Hillbillies With X Appeal
(HBR 1954)

Polly Possum &
Joe Wolverton
with the Dog Patch Boys
 
Sit in Satin   Options Polly Possum & Sunny Joe Wolverton
(HBR 1952)

Talkover Music:
Bud Isaacs 
Boing!   Options Bud's Bounce
(Bear Family )

Daisy Martin 

Everybody's Man Is
My Man
(Listen: )
  Options
Daisy Martin & Ozie McPherson
(Document 1921)
Andy Razaf  Hot Tamale Baby   Options Jazz and Blues on Edison,
Volume 1
(Document 1924)
The Mills Brothers  Some of These Days   Options Sweeter Than Sugar
(ASV 1934)
Eddie South  Fiddle Blues   Options Eddie South 1937-1941
(Classics 1937)
State Street Swingers  Chicago Rhythm   Options



State Street
Swingers

(RST 1936)
Basie's Bad Boys  Live and Love Tonight   Options America's #1 Band! Count Basie & His Orchestra
(Columbia/Legacy 1939)

Talkover Music:
Sabu Martinez 
High Tension   Options Sabu in Orbit
(SMC 1960)

Conjunto Colonial 

Mas Daño Me Hizo
Tu Amor
(Listen: )
  Options
A Burujón Puñao
(Tumbao 1951)
Melcochita y Su Conjunto  El Chico Sabrosón   Options Con Sabor a Pueblo
(Caballos 1986)


(click)
 
Tu no Estás en Nada   Options La Tigresa de la Salsa
(Toboga 1982)
Monguito  Chimbombo   Options ¡El Unico!
(Toboga 1984)
Rafael Cortijo y Su Bonche  Que Se Pare la Bola   Options Sorongo
(Tico 1968)

Talkover Music:
Muslimgauze 
How Rustem, the Thief, Moves Through Fire   Options Sufiq
(Soleilmoon 2000)

Stranger Cole 

Burn Caesar
(Listen: )
  Options
"Forward" in the Land of Sunshine
(Ron Lew 1976)
Desmond Riley  Tear Them   Options Reggae in Your Jeggae:
British Reggae 1968-1972
(Trojan 1969)
Scotty  Draw Your Brakes   Options High Explosion: DJ Sounds from 1970 to 1976
(Trojan 1971)
Greyhound  Move on Up   Options Trojan Reggae Party Recorded Live!
(Trojan 1971)
Davd & Ansel Collins  Are You Sure?   Options



In the Ghetto

(Trojan 1975)
Al Campbell  Going the Wrong Way   Options Phil Pratt Thing
(Pressure Sounds 1977)

Talkover Music:
Obeng Ungu & Jalan Buntu 
Rabu: Sakit Tangani   Options 1951: Sumatran Ladies Wearing Hats as Outlawed by Goverment
(Hot Air 2001)

Rainman (Frank Nuyens) 

They Didn't Feel
(Listen: )
  Options
Rainman
(Fallout 1970)
Afterglow  Dream Away   Options Afterglow
(Sundazed 1968)




The Third
Estate
 
Useless Things   Options Years Before the WIne
(Lion 1974)
Neutral Spirits  Flying   Options Neutral Spirits
(Gear Fab 1972)

Talkover Music:
Jimi Hendrix 
Born Under a Bad Sign   Options Blues
(MCA 1969)

Bob & Ron Copper 

The Birds in the Spring
(Listen: )
  Options
Early Recordings of the Copper Family of Rottingdean
(Topic 1964)
Martin Carthy  Byker Hill   Options This Is Martin Carthy:
The Bonny Black Hare and Other Songs
(Philips 1971)
The Watersons  Swarthfell Rocks   Options For Pence and Spicy Ale
(Topic 1975)
Shirley Collins & The Albion
Country Band 
Murder of Maria Marten   Options



No Roses

(Pegasus 1971)
Joanna Newsom  Monkey & Bear   Options Ys
(Drag City 2006)
Roy Harper  My Friends   Options Sophisticated Beggar
(Strike 1966)

Talkover Music:
Joe Henderson feat. Alice Coltrane 
Water   Options The Elements
(Milestone 1973)

Horace Parlan 

Low Down
(Listen: )
  Options
Headin South
(Blue Note 1960)



(click)
 
Beatwiz   Options Modern Art Trio
(Deja Vu 1970)
Quincy Jones  Hummin'   Options Gula Matari
(A&M 1970)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 12/12/08 9:02am annie:

probably not the first comment
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:03am scott:

WOO HOO..morning all!
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:04am fishmonkeystew:

First comment from another dimension! Hoo Woo!
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:06am PMD:

Annie, oh so pessimistic this morning!
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:07am annie:

well, i didn't want to get my hopes too high up there... and i had to retype ... so..
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:07am Bad Ronald:

!ooH ooW .tnemmoc sdrawkcab tsriF
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:09am Paul Sherratt:

Gee, It's Tough To Be Thirteen " .. Chelette, M. J.
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:10am gumby:

Mornin all! a hillbillie highball is always a pleasant way to star tthe day
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:14am Paul Sherratt:

Is Cowboy Jack the chap who wants a woman .. who can cook ?
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:21am Mac:

RIP Betty Page....in sin and satin.
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:22am cosmic:

morning doug, hey everyone, im on the worst stoneage library computer that could ever exist. i cant get any sounds and each page takes a year to load.
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:23am cosmic:

hey bad ronald
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:24am cimsoc:

dlanor dab yeh
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:27am Bad Ronald:

!elur uoy cimsoC yeH
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:31am Parq:

Fittingly, a Google-Image search of "Hot Tamale" yields a pic of the Bettie Page lunch box. Yes indeed.
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:34am Marko:

This music reminds me of a song I have recorded on my first ever cassette tape "compilation", made in the early 70s. Poor quality, recorded through the air off an AM radio. Fun times! Anyway, not sure what the song title is, but here's how it starts:

Goodbye trouble
I'm leaving on the double
I'm going where you'll never, never find me....

Anyone ever hear of it? It has to be from the early 1930's or earlier.
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:38am Cecile:

I'm sorry to hear that, mac.
DH will be sad. But at least she lives on in fine art!
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:41am Cecile:

dear husband, I mean
not designated hitter
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:45am dc pat:

I thought you meant DH Lawrence..was wondering about that connection...
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:46am Cecile:

I get get my comment boards mixed up sometimes...
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:47am Bad Ronald:

I thought she meant Doogie Howser!
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:50am dc pat:

annie, you getting dumped on up there?
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:51am Cecile:

Doogie Howser is gay, silly.
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:53am Bad Ronald:

Hah!
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:53am scott:

Great show,Doug.Everybody...give Doug some ,too!!!
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:55am Doug:

Just call me Doogie already and get it over it with.
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:56am Ugly Betty:

Bad Ronald, I thought you didn't exist. ......Nice Christmas song BTW
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:57am Bad Ronald:

Give the Doogie Some!
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:57am Cecile:

Aw, Doug, didn't mean to hit a nerve there.
  Fri. 12/12/08 9:57am GP:

Hey all...a good...no make that GREAT morning to everyone.
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:00am Bad Ronald:

Thanks UB, I do exist!
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:01am Deaf Dave in Delaware (DDD):

Doug, your show is so good that just looking at your playlist in total silence is satisfying to this dedicated WFMU listener, er, looker
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:04am David Herskovits (Manu's dad):

finally a friday morning when I have some free time to listen to your great show. Ahhhh!
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:04am C:

Doug, great show as always. Wanted to let you know about an incredible jazz pianist that I saw last week. Chuchito Valdes, son of the great Chucho. You gotta check him out live if you get a chance. I think a lot of people who like your show will also like him.
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:06am GP:

Doug, since I actually have to work this morning this is perfect set to start with.
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:08am Cecile:

I'm glad that I'm not the son of a famous salsa musician, because then my name would be Duaneito.
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:12am Doug:

Deaf Dave in Del:
Check back with my playlist about 24 hours after the show. I add a ton of graphics, album cover art and links galore leading to more info about the music/musicians.

C:
Thanks for the word about Chuchito. You aren't the first person to tell me he's a gas. I will keep my nose wide open.

David:
Your time is rarely free, but I'm sure it's very reasonably priced.
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:20am Cecile:

I'm off to actual work.
Have a great show!
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:21am gumby:

Doug speaking of extra tidbits. Thanks for the link to the Mankuku show, Soul Jazzmen thing last week. That was a lovely version of Love for Sale.
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:24am dc pat:

I like when we go to Jamaica.
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:24am g:

doug, I'm getting a sinking feeling that this here set is going to put a big dent in my wallet . . .
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:24am Paul Sherratt:

Fine stuff that Stranger Cole - but has anyone out there heard anything off this Queen Patsy / Stanger Cole album ?

http://www.rock-a-shacka.com/img/patsy_stanger_cole_dbcd-015.jpg
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:26am GP:

Uncle Desmond!! Who hoo. You got me moving now DOug
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:28am Simon:

Listening in Southend Uk and loving every second of this vibe. Hello from the people of England....
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:29am Paul Sherratt:

Lovely radio moment a few years back when Scotty's ' Cocaine In My Brain' got aired on the BBC Radio 3 .. our mainly classical music station !
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:31am paulthepostman:

Hi Doug and Reggae Rousers - Cold and damp here in Brighton UK and I'm out of puff...!
Lovely set Doug.
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:33am annie:

i'm really here, really; just cutting and pasting my little heart out. great show so far doug...
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:34am gumby:

PTP, we just go tdone with a deluge here, hints of sun through the gray now. Hey Paul Sherratt aren't you in Texas? Did you get snow?
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:35am paulthepostman:

...I'm out of puff and out of puff!
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:36am Brian C.:

Diggin the Dave & Ansel--I'd only heard the "Doublebarrel" LP before. This is great!
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:38am GP:

Got snow in East Texas all the way down to Houston..crazy
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:39am GP:

P the P out of puff cause of the new "run your route" campaign? I think ya'll will qualify for marathoners after this shakes out.
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:42am Hugo:

Fine set of Trojan comps there, Doug. Played the "Tenement Yard" comp the other day. Some ultra-fine 12" mixes thrown in there for good measure. Wicked!

Got snow here in Bergen, too, which is slightly to the east of Bergen Country, NJ ...
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:42am Hugo:

that should be Bergen County ...
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:43am paulthepostman:

Have a good one, one and all. I'm off to join Santa's helpers for an hour or two at the sorting office grotto!
GP - yeah, WHAT is management about these days?
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:44am GP:

P the P tell Santa Hello from me. Put me down for a personal bailout!
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:46am dc pat:

Ran across this gamelon video the other day--this is the tightest band I've ever seen:
http://tinyurl.com/gamelon
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:47am paulthepostman:

Gotcha GP, count it done!
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:48am Paul Sheratt:

Hugo !

Have you got that Queen Patsy ? If anyone is going have a copy, etc etc ..
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:49am dc pat:

hey ptp, what do you do with all the Dear Santa letters??
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:53am Bad Ronald:

Awesome vid DCP, thanks!

Hey PtheP, tell Santa he left his socks at my place last year!!!!
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:57am Parq:

PtP, send 'em down to Foley Square.
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:57am dc pat:

yeah, I was kind of blown away with their precision.
  Fri. 12/12/08 10:57am Parq:

The letters, that is, not Ron's socks.
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:02am Hugo:

Paul,

found one Treasure Isle single with patsy and cole and another tune which is not annotated. Your link looks like a Sonia Pottinger comp on cd, though, but should be from the same period, I would think. That single shall of course be added to the collection.
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:03am Carmichael:

Good day, all, from the fogged-in West Coast.
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:06am Paul Sherratt:

Martin Carthy, The Imminent Grandfather!
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:07am PMD:

Doug, you know of Julie Fowlis? Look her up.
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:07am Carmichael:

Cecile, got your antennaue up? This set is for you!
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:08am Crmichael:

Or Anne Briggs?
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:08am Mark:

Tuning in late, but it sounds wonderful (as usual). Thanks Doug
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:09am gumby:

I could go for a spicy ale right now.
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:10am Doug:

PMD, I'm not familiar with Julie Fowlis. Tell me about her. On the other hand Anne Briggs is to die for. Over and over again.
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:12am Carmichael:

June Tabor would also be mui bueno, but that would be stretching my request rights.
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:12am Paul Sherratt:

... or The Oldham Tinkers !
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:13am PMD:

From her myspace page: "BBC Radio 2 Folk Singer of the Year 2008". Saw her at a small coffee house in VA a couple months ago. Really amazingly beautiful voice. Fowlis grew up in North Uist, a small island in the Outer Hebrides, in a Gaelic speaking community, and has been involved in singing, piping and dancing since she was a child.
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:13am Carmichael:

Gumby,

There's a micro brewery about 4 blocks away, and I've been thinking about it since I woke up. Celtic Amber Ale.
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:14am Hugo:

not to mention Maddy Prior ... or any early Steeleye Span
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:16am Carmichael:

PMD, I'll bet she's a brilliant Sean Nos singer. A rare art form these days.
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:16am Paul Sherratt:

Hugo !
Don't mantion Maddy, you might put our DJ off his stride !
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:16am annie:

maddy prior, to me one of the best performers on this planet.. loved steel eye span since 71
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:19am Hugo:

Paul,
I know! Naughty chap, am I ...
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:20am gumby:

Hey sun just came out here! Whaaa-Hooo! One of those magic times when high clouds are going one way and low clouds another. Earth, still my favorite planet!
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:21am Zorg:

mmmmm. Earth
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:21am Paul Sherratt:

And not to be forgotten in these brief dispatches - Bert Lloyd.

Carmichael, did I post up a Sean Nos link here a few weeks ago. The one which contained a fascinating hair piece ?
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:23am Doug:

Oh my, Maddy. I can't think straight, can't breathe...

Gotta thing for Ms. Prior, as Mr. Hugo well knows (naughty chap).
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:23am Carmichael:

Paul S, I don't recall seeing one but would love to. And Dead Can Dance is a more modern traditional band, Sean Nos and everything.
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:28am Paul Sherratt:

Carmichael,
Here you are.Something for later :
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=3pxDmAdozxk&feature=related
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:29am GP:

Joanna Newsom is like listening to a dream unfold.
sorry...she reminds of an old flame
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:29am Carmichael:

Brilliant Paul, thanks!
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:34am GP:

Ba da bing! Doug
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:44am Paul Sherratt:

The Copper Family of Rottingdean,
Just wondering if they've ever been in one of paulthepostman's rounds ?
  Fri. 12/12/08 11:54am Paul Sherratt:

Carmichael,
Actually THIS is the one I intended for your later pleasure:

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=eXwkjFKhmxM
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