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January 20, 2012 Options
Does it, can it, will it ever get any better than Mind Train?
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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)

S.B.B. du Congo  Barou Barou   Options L'International Orchestre Populaire
(EMI )
Mujos et L'Orchestre OK Jazz  Linda-Linda   Options OK Jazz Authenticité
(African )
K.Z. Morogoro Jazz Band  Waache Waseme   Options Wanawachezea Mfululizo wa Muziki
(Polydor 1972)
Bavon Marie Marie et L'Orchestre Negro Succes  Bilamba! Mbongo ya Mani?   Options L'Intrepide
(African 1970)
Vicky et OK Jazz  En Memoire de Bayon   Options Vicky et OK Jazz
(EMI/Pathé Marconi 1971)

Talkover Music:
The Dream Makers 
Funky Band Instrumental   Options The Rustler Presents:
Because You're Funky
(Lo )

Shukar Collective  Na Da Ra   Options Bear Tamer's Music
(Sub Rosa )
Nani Ajdinovic Orchestra  Cocek Zora   Options Golden Brass Summit:
Fanfares en Délire
(Network )
Kočani Orkestar  Solo Tapan   Options Une Fanfare Tsigane
(Long Distance 1994)
Fanfare Ciocărlia  So Te Kerau?   Options Iag Bari: The Gypsy Horns
from the Mountains Beyond

(Piranha 2001)
Slavic Soul Party  Indinski   Options Bigger
(Barbès 2005)
Shukar Collective  The Wind   Options Urban Gypsy
(Riverboat/World Music Network 2005)

Talkover Music:
The Martells 
Broadway Exit   Options b/w In the Mornin'
(A La Carte 1968)

Wilton "Bogey" Gaynair  Africa Calling   Options Africa Calling
(Tempo 1960)
Edward Vesala Trio  Joiku   Options Nana
(Blue Master 1970)
Paul Jeffrey  Minor Scene   Options Watershed
(Mainstream 1973)
World Saxophone Quartet
(vocal: Carolyn Amba Hawthorne) 
Amazing Disgrace   Options Political Blues
(Justin Time 2006)

Talkover Music:
Sir Stan & the Counts 
Soulin'   Options

John Carter & Russ Alquist  The Laughing Man   Options The Electric Lemonade Acid Test #4
(Tenth Planet 1968)
The Barons  All I Ask   Options The Fort Worth Teen Scene
(Norton )
West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band  Unfree Child   Options Volume 2
(Reprise 1967)
The Impacts  Don't You Dare   Options b/w Green Green Field
(Lavender )
Paul Parrish  Dialogue of Wind and Lover   Options The Forest of My Mind
(Music Factory 1968)
The Wind in the Willows  My Uncle Used to Love Me But She Died   Options The Wind in the Willows

Talkover Music:
Four of Clubs 
Funkity   Options

Akemi Misawa  Shima No Blues   Options
Morita Doji  Sentimental Street   Options Good-Bye
(Atlantic 1975)
Kazuhiko Katoh  Jiraiya   Options Super Gas
(Capitol 1971)
MOBS  Gekkou Kamen   Options
Yoko Ono  Mind Train   Options Fly
(Apple 1971)

Talkover Music:
Curley Davis & the Uniques 
Black Cobra (pt. 1)   Options

Jean Knight  Do Me   Options b/w Save the Last Kiss for Me
(Stax 1972)
The Barons  Love Power   Options b/w Gypsy Read Your Cards for Me
(Chimneyville 1971)
Bonnie & Sheila  You Keep Me Hanging On   Options
(King 1971)
Dorothy Morrison  Rain   Options b/w Rain (mono)
(Elektra 1972)
Etta James  I'd Rather Go Blind   Options
( 1967)
Etta James  At last   Options

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 1/20/12 8:40am earwax:

Good morning GTDS folks
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 8:41am Doug Schulkind:

Hey earwax. Always glad when you stop by and clog things up!
  Fri. 1/20/12 8:45am Paul Sherratt:

http://29.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_kuprxrdXco1qzci65o1_500.jpg

Just going to get that coffee ...
  Fri. 1/20/12 8:45am earwax:

Nothing a little musical irrigation won't fix
  Fri. 1/20/12 8:46am earwax:

Digging this Nathan Davis tune on the stream
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 8:50am Doug Schulkind:

Nathan Davis is, coincidentally, the head of the jazz program at the Univ. of Pittsburgh. Has been for over 30 years. Who knew?!
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 8:51am Doug Schulkind:

Nice one, Paul Sherratt!!
  Fri. 1/20/12 8:52am glenn:

i'd prefer to think that jackson played a telecaster, but oh well.
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 8:57am Doug Schulkind:

Pollock was a pussy (a generic, non-gender-specific pussy)
  Fri. 1/20/12 8:58am ndbob:

morning Doug and everyone!
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 8:59am Doug Schulkind:

Hi ndbob! It was 6°F when I woke up this morning. I bet that's hang-out-by-the-pool weather for you.
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:00am ndbob:

lol - It's 3 right now and cloudy - was -15 yesterday morning.
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:01am ndbob:

It keeps the tourists coming though:)
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 9:03am Doug Schulkind:

Ha ha! Maybe you should get Dakota Fanning to do some publicity shots.
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:04am still b/p:

"North Dakota -- We never Capsize!"

Good morning.
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 9:05am Doug Schulkind:

One of my favorite singer/songwriters, Tom Brosseau (he's appeared live on my show several times) is from Grand Forks, ND. Did a whole song cycle about the flooding of the Red River.
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:06am ndbob:

I'm familiar with him, but don't think I've ever heard him.
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:08am glenn:

it floods every year. he's got a lot of material to work with.
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 9:09am Doug Schulkind:

In my FAVORITES OF 2003 list, here is how I described Tom Brosseau:

"The old-timey music of the '20s and '30s was actually a revival of the music of an era half a century before. Tom Brosseau, a 27-year-old North Dakota native, sings songs of lost love that shimmer like aural tintypes, harkening back to that earlier time. His guitar is lovely, a harmonica adds color, the pump organ is a masterful touch. But the ingredient in this mix that will flat out give you chills is Brosseau's voice, which sounds eerily like a high-lonesome reincarnation of Jeff Buckley—with faint echoes of Karen Dalton."
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:09am Hugo:

That's nicely coincidental. I just found one Nathan Davis called "I am a fool to want you" with Grover Washington guesting.
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 9:11am Doug Schulkind:

I have a magnificent Nathan Davis performance he recorded at a Benedictine monastery in Sweden. Gorgeous.
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:11am ndbob:

This year looks less flood prone - not very much snow so far.
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 9:14am Doug Schulkind:

I hope you've all been food prone and gotten some breakfast (or lunch). 'Cause I'm not stopping the car.
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:16am Van in DC:

Howdy there Doug and all you fine folk out there
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:16am jill:

hey drummer - thanks for the Obama post this a.m. - sweet!
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:16am glenn:

are we there yet? are we there yet? are we there yet?
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 9:18am Doug Schulkind:

Hey there relocated Van!

I still love my president, Jill (to echo the Nixon '72 campaign), Now More Than Ever.
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:20am Paul Sherratt:

ndbob,
Some of Tom Brosseau's work has become timeless imo. He sent me his first recordings before he had a label - and even after countless hearings I love them still - even ( or especially ) the titles - ' I Tune My Guitar To The Hum Of The Train '
Paul ( new K Z Morogoro fan .. )
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 9:21am Doug Schulkind:

I should have remarked that I learned about Mr. Brosseau from our foreign correspondent, the Bloke from Stoke, Paul Sherratt. Thanks eternally, Paul.
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 9:23am Doug Schulkind:

This Bavon Marie Marie record is from 1970, the same year he died in a car accident. The song coming up next is a heartbroken memorial to him.
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:24am seang:

killer guitar licks
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:24am glenn:

it seems like a good time to recommend a great book, that being kahawa by donald e. westlake. mercenaries steal a ugandan coffee train from under idi amin's nose. hijinks ensue.
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:25am ndbob:

I will have to check him out - wonder if he ever performs here.
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 9:26am Doug Schulkind:

Under Idi Amin's nose — or anywhere near his mouth — is not a place I'd have wanted to frolic.
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:26am bruceleh:

Hi Doug, any opinion on megaupload getting busted?
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:26am Hugo:

Fine African set there. I find that the music coming out of Africa these days is less disntinctive, at the least the sort of stuff they play on "Destination Africa" on BBC One Extra which might as well be European or American. Blame it on globalisation, me thinks.
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 9:28am Doug Schulkind:

Hey Bruceleh, just "saw" you over on Scott's playlist! Megaupload's demise is a horrible thing, but I imagine the blogs will roll with it and shift over to other sites. You have to say that Mega was really asking for it.
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:33am ndbob:

I'd agree Doug, from reading many stories about it, It will be interesting to see how things work out legally.
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:43am el thatchmo:

Baba Ram Doug always delivers.
In this case to the Amtrak train!
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 9:44am Doug Schulkind:

Buon giorno, Thatchmo!
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:47am el thatchmo:

John Giorno? You gonna play him?
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:47am Hugo:

Well, all is not bad. The hackers are already at work:

http://news.cnet.com/insecurity-complex/?tag=mncol;bc

More power to their elbows! Let the buggers taste their own medicine!
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:48am monica:

good morning, doug. nothing like a little brass to get my ass in gear! good sounds on this frigid morning.
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 9:50am Doug Schulkind:

Monica, how brash of you! Welcome aboard the Macedonian Express.
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 9:55am Doug Schulkind:

There's a buncha Giorno Poetry Systems I could play on the stream that ol' FCC-scared WFMU couldn't. Ha!
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:55am david:

I just turned on my computer and the volume was WAY up so I got blasted with this. perfect! who needs coffee?
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 9:56am Doug Schulkind:

Dial the coffee up to 11, David.
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:57am el thatchmo:

I know those poems "don't you like blowjobs". Going on Rancho Thatchmo for sure!
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:57am david:

the coffee is the free sludge at work so it only goes up to 7 or 8 tops.
  Fri. 1/20/12 9:58am Paul Sherratt:

The UK ( well Nantwich, Cheshire ) is now starting to see an influx of Romanian buskers - so far so good
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 10:00am Doug Schulkind:

Rancho Thatchmo, everybody:

www.wgxc.org...

"A good listen." -- Doug Schulkind
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:06am Paul Sherratt:

" Let the buggers taste their own medicine! "

Hugo ! That's fine language for a peace observer !!!
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:06am chris back in durban:

late arrival quick check in - good weekend all
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:07am david:

You crying over Brooklyn sounded like The Biz singing, Doug.
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:08am Hugo:

Agree about Sub Rosa. Howzabout some Schäl Sick Brass Band?
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:11am listener 108365 in bushwood:

Doug, In the for-what-its-worth category, The Washington Post, in its hipper-than-thou annual New Year's Day list of what's In and What's Out: Out=Portland, In=Pittsburgh.
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 10:11am Doug Schulkind:

Hello Chris! Any vinyl discoveries in, where, Accra?

@David
The Biz better watch out

@Hugo
Methinks you turned me onto the Schäl Sick Brass Band. Included them on my Brass Bands marathon premium a few years ago.
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:12am pgw in mnctlr:

Primanti Brothers for everyone!
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 10:13am Doug Schulkind:

@listener 108365 in bushwood
Yes, I heard about that. There was actually a rather pointless article in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette pondering whether it is good for Pittsburgh to be considered "hip." In this shitty economy, you take what you can get, I say.
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:14am chris back in durban:

ooooh doug - you wont believe - fela chop & quench single I bin hunting, and a pile of hghlife 78s ... and some surprise congo 78s on the ngoma label - happy bunny on an afternoon off from work - a ghana extravaganza to be brewed for electricjive, for sure
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 10:15am Doug Schulkind:

Keep your earballs peeled here, folks:

electricjive.blogspot.com/
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 10:16am Doug Schulkind:

Anyone ever hear of the Finnish sax player Juhani Aaltonen? Well he is fantastic. And next!
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:18am Paul Sherratt:

For those in need you should be able to get hold of Wilton's ' Africa Calling ' from Honest Jons ( true )
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 10:20am Doug Schulkind:

Or maybe you can find the Gaynair here: bit.ly...
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:22am Hugo:

Paul: So much of policy, in particular, foreign policy, consists of declaring war on something or other. You had the cold war, then there was the war on drugs and more recently, the war on terror. Personally, I believe war OF terror is a more accurate description. Given all that agression, a little resistance is in order. These Megaupload blokes are being charged with organised crime! In my book, states are the main makers of organised crime. No competition whatsoever.

Doug: Of course I've heard of Juhani Aaltonen!
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 10:22am Doug Schulkind:

Harry Reid just pulled the plug on the PIPA vote in the Senate (for now): bit.ly...
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:23am Paul Sherratt:

>>Or maybe you can find the Gaynair here

Ha ! On vinyl ?
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 10:25am Doug Schulkind:

@Hugo
Biologists could discover some ancient fossilized worm carcass deep within the arctic sub-permafrost. If it blew a saxophone, you've heard of it.

Actually, I would PAY to hear that worm.
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:27am Paul Sherratt:

Hugo,
>>I believe war OF terror is a more accurate description.

It is indeed

Doug @ Hugo etc < lol >
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:28am david:

makes me think uh the Ohio Players and their Funky Worm...
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:28am glenn:

sopa vote also postponed
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:29am Paul Sherratt:

david, not forgetting Wilf Carter ( Montana Slim ) and his ice worm
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 10:31am Doug Schulkind:

Every country artists in the '50s-'60s did a version of "As the Worm Turns."
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:31am Paul Sherratt:

Mr DJ, will there be a slot in today's programme where I can get some work done ?
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:32am Brian en Angleterre:

Je parle francaise et vous Mitt?
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 10:33am Doug Schulkind:

Excuse, but I don't understand your dialect. What is this "work" you speak of?

Good afternoon, Brian Brain in UKKU
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:33am Hugo:

Off that link provided by Doug:

"We live in a country where people rightfully expect to be fairly compensated for a day’s work"

You don't say?
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:34am glenn:

yeah, that made me laugh too.
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:34am Carmichael:

Checking in from finally-rainy NorCal. Thought of you Doug, when I saw the documentary last night on Oscar Brand, Jr.
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:36am Paul Sherratt:

Brian en Angleterre,
Romney's just a marsh to me
http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/01405/romney-marsh_1405092c.jpg
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 10:42am Doug Schulkind:

Hi Carmichael, was that Oscar Brown Jr or Oscar Brand — or really Oscar Brand Jr.?!
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:46am Paul Sherratt:

Odd box. I once took some photographs of Russ Alquist's father-in-law ..
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:47am Carmichael:

Whoops, what the hell am I talking about?!? It was Oscar BROWN Jr.. The Chicago singer, poet, playwright, activist .... Very enlightening and interesting.
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 10:49am Doug Schulkind:

You say Brand, I say Brown, let's call the whole thing off.
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:51am Carmichael:

Maybe you were playing some piano piece while I was caffeinating. Could happen to anyone. Except Mitt Romney, who doesn't drink coffee, wink wink nudge nudge ...
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:52am glenn:

another reason to hate the smarmy little douchebag.
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 10:55am Doug Schulkind:

In South Carolina you can cross party lines to vote in the primary. I hear that what few Democrats live in the state are going to pull the lever for Newt. His continued success will only damage the ultimate nominee Romney all the more. YOU GO, SOUTH CAROLINA DEMS!
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:57am Carmichael:

I love a good Roger Miller song.
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:57am ndbob:

I've never thought that was a good idea - can easily backfire. Remember when many thought that Reagan was too conservative to get elected?
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:57am glenn:

what about that whole "if you vote for them in the primary, you have to vote them for president" oath thingy?
  Fri. 1/20/12 10:59am ndbob:

Another show I listen to had a 20 minute discussion over how to pronounce "reprise". There was no resolution.
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:00am ndbob:

Often doesn't work that way Glenn.
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:03am Carmichael:

As a registered Independent, I get to vote for whomever the fuck I want to. And I never get robo-calls either. It's a wonderful world.
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:03am jmr3:

I'd like to be able to get the Drummer stream on my Roku - I can get some of the other streams, but not this one - do you know what's up with that?
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:04am ndbob:

Robo-calls are illegal in North Dakota.
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:08am Leigh:

Mornin' Doug!
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:09am jmr3:

I'm not at home right now, I think thorugh one of the many radio apps they've got. I'll check it out and check w/ Ken - thanks
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:10am Leigh:

Wow, a full show of 60's 70's jams, can't wait to listen to this in the studio soooonnnn
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:10am glenn:

i gotta say, i don't envy you guys. choosing between obama, who has been a major disappointment, or whichever batshit crazy ratfucker the gop finally decides on, who will inevitably be a disappointment AND a fascist ain't gonna be pleasant.
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 11:10am Doug Schulkind:

You can get Give the Drummer Radio via WFMU's iphone app. There is a separate selector for this stream. Look for the bongos.

Hi Leigh!
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:12am glenn:

i realize obama was hampered by a lot of the stupid stuff bush did, but still.
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:13am Leigh:

We should ask WFMU to someday put GTDS on the iphone app as a saved show option, perhaps when they update the app. Would be divine & compete my existence in many ways.
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:15am Van in DC:

Oh hey, speaking of SOPA (were we? ;) ) https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-zvOvB4rBstg/TxgTmg4GUTI/AAAAAAAADCc/DrKqzykTxeY/s800/lamarsmiththescumbag.jpg
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:18am Leigh:

I am drafting the email to-day
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 11:20am Doug Schulkind:

It does NOT get any better than MIND TRAIN people. Get the fuck on board and let's play cards or something. Bliss.
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:22am david:

man i love me some yoko. she really gets picked on way too much. i sure hopes she ends up finding that hand of hers in the snow.
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:22am Leigh:

!!!
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 11:27am Doug Schulkind:

A ROUGH MIX by Steinski, coming up at Noon.

Like all the shows on Give the Drummer Radio, Steinksi has put together a KILLER premium for the upcoming WFMU marathon. Tons of rare, exclusive, unheard mixes by the man himself and others. A huge trove packed onto a DVD-R. I'm just sayin'.
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:27am Van in DC:

Yowzie, this is something else
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 11:30am Doug Schulkind:

There was a DJ on WFMU for a short while (embarrassedly, I can't remember who) who used an excerpt of Mind Train as an opening theme. Nice!
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:30am raissa:

greeeaat!
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:31am david:

Fly is an absolute masterpiece. flip the record and let's hear mind holes next?
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 11:32am Doug Schulkind:

Hi Raissa, how've you been?!

I'd love to, David, but my program director (cough, cough) would kill me! Actually, with Steinski now following this show, I will endeavor not to go much past noon.
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 11:34am Doug Schulkind:

Word is now spreading that Etta James has died.
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:35am Artie:

Just woke up in the caboose of a Mind Train. Disoriented, happy.
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:36am Artie:

RIP Etta. You left behind some beautiful music.
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:36am raissa:

been good. sorry i missed the sugar pie desanto show at bell house on nye though :( thanks for all the great music doug.
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:37am don:

bringin the heat doug
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 11:41am Doug Schulkind:

G'morning Artie. Just trying to chill, Don. Failing.
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:42am david:

Jean Knight is awesome. never heard this track. too sexy.
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:46am Van in DC:

Sad news indeed in the music world about Etta passing.
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:46am Paul Sherratt:

Etta James following Johnny Otis ..
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:49am Paul Sherratt:

Something for later perhaps - this from Etta James with Dr John never fails to tear me up
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyMd19sE6U4
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:53am david:

why do i get the feeling it's supposed to rain?
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:55am Brian en Angleterre:

Running around like a blue arsed fly, get me a double, s'il vous plait. Another one gone. Hells teeth.
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:56am Paul Sherratt:

It's raining, alright.
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:56am GUMBY:

RIP Etta
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:57am Brian en Angleterre:

Does everyone REALLY appreciate what is happening each time this occurs. It will not come round again.
Avatar Fri. 1/20/12 11:58am Doug Schulkind:

Please get ready to join me over on Steinski's playlist:

wfmu.org...
  Fri. 1/20/12 11:59am Van in DC:

Loving these
  Fri. 1/20/12 12:00pm earwax:

Great show. On to Steinski
  Fri. 1/20/12 12:00pm Van in DC:

Many thanks Doug
  Fri. 1/20/12 12:00pm ndbob:

Great show Doug!
  Fri. 1/20/12 2:04pm Van in DC:

I had to stop back in and give a re-listen to that Yoko Ono track (Mind Train)....wild! Somehow I had never heard of it before.

For those looking to find Mind Train on this archive, fast forward the popup player to just after 2 hours, 19 minutes (2:19:13 or so)
  Fri. 1/20/12 2:22pm Van in DC:

(Oh, and the Etta James mini-tribute starts at 2:54 or so)
  Tue. 1/24/12 12:48pm Van in DC:

Just popping in to gaze lovingly at the playlist again
  Tue. 1/24/12 12:58pm Doug Schulkind:

You are always welcome, Van! On tonight's Give the Drummer Some (January 24, 2012) a jazz guitar special in honor of Django Reinhardt's b-day.
  Tue. 1/24/12 1:12pm Van in DC:

Why thanks Sir Doug! :)
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