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April 20, 2012 Options
Say Cheese!
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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)

Conjunto Tipico Ladi  Un Jibaro en Nueva York   Options The Music of Puerto Rico 1929-1947
(Harlequin )
Orquesta Típica Victor  Carillon de la Merced   Options Coleccion 78 RPM
(BMG Argentina 1930s)
Banda el Recodo  El Abandonado   Options El Sinaloense
(RCA Victor 1958)
Tito Rodriguez y los Lobos del Mambo  No Cuentes Conmigo   Options Mambo Mona
(Tumbao 1950)
Conjunto Martínez  Cumbia Fonsequera   Options The Original Sound of Cumbia:
The History of Colombian Cumbia & Porro as Told By the Phonograph 1948-79
(Soundway )
Orquesta Aragón  Angoa   Options Danzones de Ayer y de Hoy
(Discuba 1959)
Chocolate Armenteros  Trumpet en Montuno   Options En el Rincon
(Salsoul 1976)
Little Joe & the Harlems  On My Knees   Options b/w To You Makes No Difference
(Tina 1963)

Talkover Music:
Augusto Pablo 
Drums to the King   Options Blowing With the Wind
(Greensleeves 1978)

Unidentified  Dance of the Morning Dove   Options Les Garo de la Forêt de Madhupur
(Ocora 1994)
LaFrance Belvue  Èzilie Wèdo   Options Folk Music of Haiti
(Folkways 1952)
Unidentified  Song Tale: The Bird (Nyodi)   Options Central African Republic:
Musical Anthology of the Aka Pygmies
(Ocora )
Paddy Killoran  The Scotchman Over the Border / The Tenpenny Bit   Options From Galway to Dublin:
Early Recordings of Traditional Irish Music
(Rounder )
Manzoor Khan Langa & Pathan Khan  Khari Neem Ke Nich   Options The Sound of the Desert:
Traditional Folk Tunes of Rajasthan
(Saregama )

Talkover Music:
Bud Powell 
Comin' Up   Options The Scene Changes
(Blue Note 1958)

Ido Bukelman  Nechodi Bird   Options Cracked Song
(Out Now 2011)
Jumala Quintet  Weighing of the Heart   Options Turtle Crossing
(Clean Feed 2005)
Tubby Hayes  TIn Tin Deo   Options Tubby's Groove
(Tempo 1959)
Keiko Midorikawa  Transit   Options Five Pieces of Cake
(Offbeat 1975)
Gianluca Petrella  Femtosecond   Options X-Ray
(Auand 2001)

Talkover Music:
Gianfranco & Gian Piero Reverberi 
Sequence 3   Options Le Malizie di Venere (Soundtrack)
(Beat 1969)

Blue Sky Boys  Will You Miss Me?   Options Farm & Fun Time Favorites, Volume 2
(Copper Creek )
Allen Ginsberg  Slack Key Guitar   Options First Blues: Rags, Ballads & Harmonium Songs
(Folkways 1972)
Townes Van Zandt  Why She's Acting This Way   Options Our Mother the Mountain
(Tomato 1969)
Catalpa Boys  Hole in Our Hearts   Options Catalpa Boys
(Anyway 2004)
Wayne Scott  In the Mountains   Options This Weary Way
(Full Light 2005)
Steve Earle & the Del McCoury Band  Pilgrim   Options The Mountain
(E Squared 1999)
Charlie Haden  Oh Shenandoah   Options Rambling Boy
(Decca 2008)

Talkover Music:
Rajery 
Embona   Options Resting Place of the Mists:
New Valiha and Marovany Music from Madagascar
(Shanachie 1996)

Houndeffo Anatole (alokpon)  Hè Djè Gboto   Options Houndeffo Anatole
(Akiyo et Fils )
Toe Niongui  Mapaboya   Options Mapaboya
Guehi Jean et Son Ensemble  Essemon Moupoh   Options Guehi Jean et Son Ensemble
(Badmos 1970)

Talkover Music:
Jimmy Takeuchi & His Exciters 
Soul Francisco   Options

Pat Powdrill & the Powerdrills  Together Forever   Options b/w They Are the Lonely
(Downey 1966)
Stormy  Devil in Your Heart   Options Legendary Labels of Louisiana: Best of Spinett
(Night Train )
The Quarter Notes  The Interview   Options b/w Punkanilla
(RCA 1958)
Curtis Lee  Is She in Your Town   Options b/w Sweet Baby
(Mira 1968)
Creations Unlimited  Corruption Is the Thing   Options Boddie Recording: Soul Kitchen
Paul Jackson  Quack Quack Quack   Options b/w You're My First Love
(Hollywood )
Chet "Poison" Ivey & His Fabulous Avengers  Poo Poo Man   Options b/w Soul Is My Game
(Bee Cee )

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 4/20/12 7:51am Brian in UK:

Sad to see Levon Helm & Bert Weedon passing on the same day.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-17781762
'We are normal & we dig Bert Weedon' Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band.
  Fri. 4/20/12 8:07am annie:

morning all... today is a sad day for me, i'll have to forgo the show for this job i got. !! archives it'll have to be! .. work is good, though, no complaints..
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 8:18am Doug Schulkind:

Congrats on the job, Annie! (I will forgive you.)
  Fri. 4/20/12 8:20am glenn:

and dick clark. all on the same day. all i can say is i hope don mclean doesn't find inspiration.
  Fri. 4/20/12 8:29am annie:

:) gee, thanks. he said i play the radio, though, so i may figure out if the place has wireless
  Fri. 4/20/12 8:31am Brian in UK:

Good luck annie.
  Fri. 4/20/12 8:39am annie:

it's a pretty fun job, i sell fresh roasted nuts..they're not organic, but the owner has a nice set-up and uses no oils at all. so, it's a job. ..and i love the open farmers market style of selling, and i can schmooze.. hehe
  Fri. 4/20/12 8:45am listener james from westwood:

Good Friday, all! And congrats, Annie, on scoring the job!
  Fri. 4/20/12 8:45am Merv:

@Annie- in Asheville, right? Are you set up on umm... that walking mall type thing, Grove Arcade or something like that? My sister's up there-- what a town!
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 8:54am Doug Schulkind:

You gotta be nuts to take that job, Annie. (OK, I apologize.)
  Fri. 4/20/12 8:55am chris in durban:

Glad you could make it out of your darkened room Doug
  Fri. 4/20/12 8:55am Wendy del Formaggio:

Hey Annie! nuts go well with cheese. :-)
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 8:56am Doug Schulkind:

Oh no, Chris. The room is a murky as ever. At least it was the last time I opened my eyes.
  Fri. 4/20/12 8:58am ndbob:

morning Doug and everyone!
  Fri. 4/20/12 8:58am Brian in UK:

Wendy, nuts go well with this programme. Ever tried to make your own cheese?
Quit sniggering at the back.
  Fri. 4/20/12 8:58am ndbob:

glad you got a job Annie!
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 8:59am Doug Schulkind:

Hey Merv and ndbob, welcome aboard. Hang on 'cause I'm about to floor it.

You too, Wendy dear.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:00am Parq:

Tightening my gloves and adjusting my goggles ...
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:01am annie:

hey wendy!! i already have some ideas on how to incorporate some recipes.... mmwahahahah...the only drag is missin the drummer and saturday morning!! ouch!!
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:01am Parq:

Wait, Annie got work? All reet!
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 9:03am Doug Schulkind:

High octane all the way, Parq.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:03am Van in DC:

Well hi there Mr. Drummer Doug and all ya'lls
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 9:04am Doug Schulkind:

It is the man with the Van!
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:04am annie:

yeah, parq!!! no more sitting on my ass listening to radio.....
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 9:05am Doug Schulkind:

Annie, your ass and my radio resent that remark.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:06am dc pat:

people! It's just 9:06! Kindly hold off chatting until the appointed hour!! SHeesh!
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:06am Wendy del Formaggio:

Brian, I have not tried to make my own cheese. well, last month I did pitch in making cheddar with the cheesemakers here at work. That was HARD WORK. Cheddaring is probably the most labor-intensive cheesemaking process. Oy vey!
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:07am Wendy del Formaggio:

Annie, I'd love to know the recipes! But really, for lazy people all you have to do is eat a piece of cheese and some nuts alongside, and there's a nice snack for ya.
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 9:09am Doug Schulkind:

Good morning, dc pat. I have just one word for you: HOLT-BY! HOLT-BY! HOLT-BY! OK, that's three words.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:09am T in London:

"blessed are the cheesemakers"
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:10am annie:

i'm going to take my ipod with me and see if i can get internet... man are spoiled or what? yeah word up wendy, i hear ya.. there's a cheese stall right next to us. and to our left is a yerba mate stall.. he also sells a chili flakes-infused honey.. hmm.. not too bad really..
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 9:10am Doug Schulkind:

Cheddaring as a verb? You are a baddass, Wendy!
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:11am Brig. Gen. Anthony McAuliffe:

NUTS!
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:11am annie:

wendy someone has to go to some effort to actually place the nut ON the cheese.. i say a small toaster oven, assorted nuts, cheddar.. boom! oh!! i so miss my manouri cheese, no one around here knows what it is.. boohoo!
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:11am Brian in UK:

Sticking copper rods into Stilton would be my preferred option. Stiltonesque.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:12am Parq:

Wen, are they sending you up to the factory in Grafton? Damn, I love that little town.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:12am dc pat:

way to go annie, sounds like a nice gig--outside and all.

"HOLT-BY?" a quick googling tells me that is a sports reference...

Nazi captain: "Nuts? Was ist 'nuts?'"
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:12am still b/p:

I heard that
Mama don' allow no reckless cheddarin' round heah,
Mama don' allow...
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 9:13am Doug Schulkind:

At ease, General. No need to salute everyone in the bar.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:14am triish:

go annie! go! Congrats on the job that doesn't fall into the "Deathray Developer (Downtown)" folder.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:15am Brian in UK:

Nuts at ease. In these slacks, I doubt it.
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 9:15am Doug Schulkind:

triish, you'll always be triiish to me.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:15am Van in DC:

News came out yesterday, also, that Jonathan Frid died a week ago, on Friday the 13th. Not familiar? He was the original "Barnabas" on Dark Shadows. Someone wryly commented that it was the remake trailer that killed him. He was 87.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:16am dc pat:

only problem with Asheville is, it's in the south...
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:18am Van in DC:

Saw a funny card: Dick Clark has died. We can no longer ring in the New Year. Well played, Mayans. Well played.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:19am annie:

pat, it's not that bad, really, already moogy, but well. what the hell...
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:20am triish:

iii's got ears.
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 9:21am Doug Schulkind:

My sister had such a crush on Barnabas. I should send her a condolence note.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:22am annie:

well, i have to shut this thing down and go grab a bus! see you all around; thanks to everyone one of you for your support and best wishes.. i love you all!! what a nice group to have as family!
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:23am Brian in UK:

Good long album title, Doug. Great set. Schmooze on, annie.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:24am dc pat:

the weather's one thing but you're also surrounded by insanity. It's funny Asheville does seem like a little town in Vermont or something.
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 9:24am Doug Schulkind:

Have fun Annie!
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:25am Wendy del Formaggio:

Doug: Yup, cheddar is a verb!
Parq: No sir, we make nearly all our block cheddars here in the Brattleboro plant, where I'm at. Up in Grafton they make some block cheddars, but those vats are mostly used for our new cave-aged line, since we put the caves up in Grafton.
Oh, and these are cheese caves, not caves where bears and bats live, people! :-D
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:25am still b/p:

Send a photo of yourself workin' your nut station, annie, and see who'll post it in a playlist.

My folks were pretty strict with TV rationing. So it was strange to suddenly have an allowed Dark Shadows habit for a while at 4:00 PM weekdays.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:27am Van in DC:

My mistake. Typo. "Barnabas" Irene played his "I, Barnabus" on her last Halloween show.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:27am Parq:

Glad you brought it up, Wen. I've seen signs for cave cheese in Union Square, and wondered what the heck that is. As for Jon Frid, I say it was those posters with Mr Depp looking like a skinny Lou Reed that killed him.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:27am Paul Sherratt:

Quick note. The 4am finish has paid off already.
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 9:29am Doug Schulkind:

Thank you (yawn) Brother Paul.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:30am Wendy del Formaggio:

Parq: Cave-aged means the cheese was aged in a room with a temp and humidity specific to the type of cheese it is. If a cheesemaker is making different types of cheese -- washed-rind, soft-ripened, natural rind or clothbound, blue -- there will be different caves for each type because they require different environments, and each has specific molds and bacteria that shouldn't be introduced to the other cheeses. Dig?
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 9:31am Doug Schulkind:

I fixed your typo, Van. This is a full-service comments board!
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:31am joe:

'ello folks
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:32am Van in DC:

Thanks :)
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:33am Brian in UK:

Wendy, it's not a Roquefort 'cave'.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:35am Brian in UK:

Washed-rind in anything specific?
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:36am Wendy del Formaggio:

Brian, no. Roquefort is aged in an actual limestone cave. And there's some Emmentaler and Gruyere that's being aged in the Kaltbach caves, but usually a "cave" is just a temp/humidity-controlled room. There are a few cheesemakers who build or maintain stone caves, but keep in mind: any indigenous molds, yeasts and bacteria will jump right on the cheese.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:36am listener james from westwood:

johnny depp throws a mean ian curtis vibe in his barnabas makeup. just me or anyone else? would make sense w tim burton's goth eye guiding things.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:36am monica:

Roll dem R's, Doug! Good morning, Drummer Some peoples.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:37am Wendy del Formaggio:

Brian, washed-rind cheeses are washed in a solution that changes the surface pH. Brine, booze, that sort of thing.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:38am Parq:

Dig it the most, Wen. Could you find some aging preppie and age cheese in his Man Cave? And Good Good AM to the marvelous Miss Monica.
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 9:38am Doug Schulkind:

Hi LJFW and howdy Monica!
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:38am Van in DC:

Wendy, is this stuff true? Being overblown maybe?

http://www.rodale.com/gross-food?page=4
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:38am Ben:

Gigli?
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:39am Artie:

G'morning all! I haven't measured my surface pH yet this morning, but this is radio and that shouldn't matter.
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 9:40am Doug Schulkind:

An opera joke! Well played, Ben(iamino).
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:41am Brian in UK:

I think Roquefort happened by accident originally. Too many natural yeasts in the air maybe hence sourdough bread.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:42am Paul Sherratt:

Have to admit, I'm a huge fan of ' Unidentified '
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:43am Brian in UK:

Artanoon Mr Sherratt, shower dodging with the dog walking?
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:44am Hugo:

Anyone for brunost?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brunost
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:44am ndbob:

My cheese knowledge is rapidly increasing:)
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 9:44am Doug Schulkind:

This one's for you, then, Paul.
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 9:46am Doug Schulkind:

Morning Artie!
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:46am Wendy del Formaggio:

Van, partly overblown, partly true. The headline is sensationalistic. rennet is harvested from the lining of the calf stomach (I think the 4th stomach?), it's true. But yes, most "microbial enzymes" in this country are GMO. Not all, though.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:47am Artie:

The cat's versatile. I'll give 'em that.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:47am Brian in UK:

Hugo, do like gjetost, nice whey/fudge taste.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:47am Artie:

Yay - Toast!!!
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:48am Wendy del Formaggio:

Hugo, I NEVER see Brunost (brown cheese) in the US, at least in the NYC market. Always Gjetost or Ekte Gjetost.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:49am Wendy del Formaggio:

Artie: hahaha, yeah!
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:50am Wendy del Formaggio:

This Paddy Killoran is GREAT. My feet are dancing under my desk.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:51am Brian in UK:

A Cheddaring Reel.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:51am ndbob:

this is great Doug!
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 9:51am Doug Schulkind:

Wendy, your feet remind me of a joke.

What did the German wine makers say at the end of a long day stomping grapes?
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:53am Wendy del Formaggio:

Doug, I dunno.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:54am Hugo:

I think brunost may be hard to find.

For expats, bringing brunost from home is the most precious present you can think of.

You do see this one, though, I would think.

http://www.jarlsbergusa.com/our-cheeses/
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 9:54am Doug Schulkind:

"Our feet are stained." (say it out loud)
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:55am Brian in UK:

Doug, you seem to have been a bit slack on the Greenland ear trumpet selections recently.
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:55am Artie:

Alternate ending - "I just flew in from Berlin and boy are my Gewurztraminer."
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:56am Wendy del Formaggio:

Hugo: Jarlsberg is EVERYWHERE!

Doug: UGH! hahaha
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:56am monica:

Hey there, Parq! It's so great to have a certified cheese-monger onboard. Wendy, are you familiar with ash-coated Beekman 1802 Blaak from ? A friend told me that the ash irreperably stained his counters and cutting boards. More here: http://bit.ly/HXUBUb
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:56am Wendy del Formaggio:

Artie: good one! hahaha
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 9:56am Doug Schulkind:

Brian in UK, can I just through the nose flutes first, puh-lease!
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:57am Hugo:

And these ones, of course.

http://www.norseland.com/Products/?catid=3
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:57am Wendy del Formaggio:

Monica, I do know that cheese. I wanted to like it more than I did. Cutesy t.v. designer boys should stick to what they know. *snap* Oh yes I did!
  Fri. 4/20/12 9:59am Van in DC:

all-Irish would be just fine by me :)
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:02am T in London:

All Irish fine by me too, especially when coffee is involved
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 10:03am Doug Schulkind:

Maybe an all-Irish Tuesday evening coming soon?!
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:04am monica:

wendy - confirms what i was told. and that the ash rind did nothing to enhance the flavor.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:04am triish:

Drumming cheese http://goo.gl/bBgsw
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:04am Van in DC:

Santana-ish?
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 10:06am Doug Schulkind:

And can I say, I think I've put on a few pounds just reading these comments.

Spot on, triish!!!
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:06am Alex in Illinois:

Back in St. Louis, my sister and I had the term, "The U-City Beard People", to describe the kind of people who live in University City, are often politically progressive, often Washington University faculty or grad students, usually wear glasses and whose male members usually have full facial hair.
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 10:07am Doug Schulkind:

Visit Bukelman: on.fb.me...

Tell him I said shalom.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:08am Hugo:

Han Bennink, of course. Didn't bring any the last time I saw him, though.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:09am Van in DC:

The comments here have me STARVING. :)
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 10:10am Doug Schulkind:

Check out (later) my Han Bennink birthday boomshplatt: bit.ly...
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:10am Holly in NC:

Hi Doug & all! Happy Friday!
@Wendy del Formaggio - You don't know me, but I am a cheese fanatic & am going to come back & voraciously read all your comments.
Do you like Harbison? That's my current fave, when I have $$. Of course I love well-aged Cheddars too...
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:12am still b/p:

Hungry...I think I'll try the new potato donut shop in town this weekend. However, I will not have the bacon cheddar donut they offer.
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 10:16am Doug Schulkind:

I think I saw a can of chicken 'n' cheddar cat food in the store the other day. Can I haz cheez?
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:16am joe:

My Co-Workers love it when the sax starts to get a bit skronky :)
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 10:19am Doug Schulkind:

Say it IS so, Joe.
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 10:20am Doug Schulkind:

Favorite headline of the day (so far):

"Tomato Causes Man To Fly Into A Rage, Cops Say"
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:22am joe:

It is so It is so.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:23am Van in DC:

I have GOT to go get more coffee. Please pause the show. This is wonderful stuff.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:23am Holly in NC:

@Doug - My cats favorite junk food - their McDonald's french fry equivalent, if you will - is Friskies SHREDDED Turkey & Cheese (purple can). A very special treat for my beasties. They can has cheez.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:24am Wendy del Formaggio:

Doug: Some people really just don't like tomatoes.
Holly in NC: Hi! I don't know Harbison. I'll have to look it up.
Monica: Ashing the rind is an old French trick -- you'll see it on some smaller goat cheeses, but usually ones that aren't meant to be cut. It's not supposed to add to the flavor at all. I don't think the Beekman Boys gave much thought to cheesemongers when they made their cheese. I have no idea what they were thinking, but I'm confident it wasn't anything really cheese-related.
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 10:27am Doug Schulkind:

I used to ash the rind when I was younger and drunker. But never with smaller goats.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:28am Artie:

On Sunday mornings we like to take a stroll down to the Ash Rind Temple.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:29am marcury:

Good Morning
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 10:31am Doug Schulkind:

Morning Marcury. As a chef, you will appreciate the culinary leanings of today's comments.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:31am ndbob:

I love the flavor of tomatoes, but I hate the texture.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:32am Van in DC:

I'm kind of that way with coconut
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 10:34am Doug Schulkind:

Absurd and ridiculous story in a local blog from my old neighborhood: bit.ly...
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:34am still b/p:

Even when they provoke you, doooon't provoke them...!

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0080391/
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:37am Van in DC:

Wow, that really IS ridiculous Doug. And what in the world is "311"?
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:38am ndbob:

311 is a non-emergency number for complaints, etc.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:38am Wendy del Formaggio:

Doug: Oy vey. While I love my town, we have people like that here, too. Living in NYC, they should be glad coffee roasting is the strongest thing they can smell. :-D
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:38am ndbob:

amazing Doug... I do have to admit that I've never been in Brooklyn.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:39am northguineahills:

Just jumped over from Scott's show. So, hard to tear myself away.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:39am glenn:

"Feed all things with food convenient for them, -- that is, if the food be procurable. The food of thy soul is light and space; feed it then on light and space. But the food of thy body is champagne and oysters; feed it then on champagne and oysters; and so shall it merit a joyful resurrection, if there is any to be".
herman melville.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:41am Van in DC:

Ah, okay, thanks ndbob
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:41am marcury:

Yeah, noticed the cheese talk, very timely for me as I'm about to start exploring the local cheese producers for the restaurant.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:43am Wendy del Formaggio:

Marcury: an enviable position! I don't know where you're located, but I bet you'll have fun finding new cheeses wherever you are.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:47am Van in DC:

Got a good laugh out of this

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  Fri. 4/20/12 10:48am Webhamster Henry:

Hi Doug: Will You Miss Me is an old Carter Family tune .. I know it because it was reworked by Larry Polansky in a microtonal composition.
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 10:48am Doug Schulkind:

The smell of coffee roasting at D'Amico's in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, was one of the reasons to live in the neighborhood. And I am not a coffee drinker.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:48am northguineahills:

Just got some fresh Oaxaca cheese from the Pueblan Mexican market, going to make an egg, ajecito, jalapeno, chorizo, y brussel sprout burrito. Thank hades I have lactaid.
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 10:49am Doug Schulkind:

Hello Hamster Harry! I am happily honored that you're here.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:50am marcury:

Wendy, I'm in the Mid-Hudson valley around New Paltz
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:52am northguineahills:

Good one, Van.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:54am Brian in UK:

Talking of cheese & ash puts me in mind of Morbier. Ofcourse ash is no longer used.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:54am Wendy del Formaggio:

Marcury: lots of good cheeses within a few hours' drive! I'm in SE Vermont.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:55am Wendy del Formaggio:

Brian, whaddaya mean ash is no longer used in Morbier? Where'd you hear that?
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:55am Brian in UK:

ngh we used to have a nightclub near us called 'Shades' then one day the 'S' fell off.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:57am marcury:

Brian, I'm a Morbier lover.
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:59am Brian in UK:

Wendy. Rance page 399 para 2
  Fri. 4/20/12 10:59am Van in DC:

Brian, there is a Shell gas station right by where I live. And of course the "S" doesn't light up at night.
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:00am Paul Sherratt:

There should be some form of gentle audio warning before Townes arrives ...
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:00am Brian in UK:

'Most fillings for today's Morbier sandwich is a harmless and characterless vegetable product.'
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:01am Corneilius:

3rd Sat in April (tomorrow) is http://www.recordstoreday.com/Home.
Support your local record store.
Happy Earth Day too!
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 11:01am Doug Schulkind:

Or a double-shot of whisky, Paul.
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:02am Brian in UK:

marcury I'm a 'more beer' lover.
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:02am marcury:

Ha!
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:03am marcury:

Good Day all, off to make the doughnuts, no really.
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:03am Wendy del Formaggio:

Brian, since I don't have the book I can't confirm. but Rance is gonna have to fight it out with the EU. Their PDO requires a line of charcoal to bisect the cheese.
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 11:04am Doug Schulkind:

You're gonna miss the Charlie Haden, Marc. Can you wait five minutes?
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:05am marcury:

Five works.
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:05am Webhamster Henry:

@marcury I'm in New Paltz myself. What's for lunch? There's some nice artisanal cheese in Ulster County.
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:07am marcury:

Henry, I'm Chef at Market Market in Rosendale. Ever been? We have Korean BBQ Short Ribs and Shrimp tacos with Avocado Lime Cream for Dinner.
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:08am Brian in UK:

Well I can only quote what he saw in 1987. There were still a few still making it in the traditional way. Though, traditional happened by accident according to hearsay, the cheese was left out overnight waiting for the next days curd by the fire when soot fell down the chimney.
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:10am Webhamster Henry:

@marcury: Sure I've been there - you have that tasty Bahn Mi and Bi Bim Bap. I also play there - I'm in Mamalama. http://www.mamalamaband.com .
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:10am jill:

just checking in, hello all. Marcury, is Bywater Bistro still up and running? Fabulous place.
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:10am Van in DC:

You know how they say don't go shopping on an empty stomach...? This show/comments is kind of like that. Yeah. :)
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:10am Wendy del Formaggio:

Brian, cheese myths are always so funny. The legend I always heard was that the ash was put on the evening's milking to keep flies off of it. About as appetizing as the chimney detritus. :-D
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:12am marcury:

Henry, very cool, I'll check out the band tonight after work, and yes we do have both those delicious items.

Jill, yes as far as i know.
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:12am Andy S.:

Charlie's own "Oh Shenandoah" and his daughter's "Fields of Athenry" are my favorite tracks on this album. I interviewed Charlie for the press bio I wrote at the time of RAMBLING BOY's release.
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:13am Brian in UK:

marcury, what time do you close?
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:13am holland oats:

better late than never? h'lo folks
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:13am Paul Sherratt:

Doug, gentle warning together with a double-shot .. but after Mr Earle's ' Pilgrim '. What do you take then ?
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:15am marcury:

Brian, 10:00 Friday and Saturday, 9: Weds, Thur and Sunday.

Doug, of course worth the wait, Thanks!

Have a great day all!
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:15am Brian in UK:

Absinthe, Paul.
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:17am northguineahills:

I never knew Charlie did an Americana record. I know his daughter's music is closer to that.
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:17am glenn:

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/technology/tech-news/german-court-rules-youtube-must-stop-users-uploading-music/article2408683/
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:18am ndbob:

I remember hearing gone of those young Charlie Hayden recordings.. from the 365 Days Project maybe?
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:19am Van in DC:

Good luck with that, Germany.
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 11:20am Doug Schulkind:

There is one known recording of Charlie at age four or so singing as "Cowboy Charlie" with the Old Haden Family Show. The track is included on Haden's "Rambling Boy."
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:23am triish:

You know, I never knew I enjoyed music from Benin before this here radio show. I didn't even know of Benin.
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 11:24am Doug Schulkind:

At 12pm, I will switch over to hosting today's rebroadcast of Steinski's A ROUGH MIX. The playlist/comments for that show will be here:

bit.ly...
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:25am Brian in UK:

These are the known unknowns.

Best apples to eat with cheese?
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 11:26am Doug Schulkind:

triish, I believe the modern Benin comprises much of the territory of the old kingdom of Dahomey. Does that help?
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 11:27am Doug Schulkind:

This Toe Niongui can be found here:

bit.ly...
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:31am Brian in UK:

triish, Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou seen these boys live, tops. They can play all styles Afrobeat, soul etc with a brass section you could slice cheese with it was so sharp.,
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:32am triish:

hm. Interesting.
(and confusing -- there's a Dahomey Nat'l Wildlife Refuge just southwest of Cleveland, Mississippi)
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:32am Van in DC:

Oh hey, by the way Doug, is that Cumbia album the same one that was one of your giveaways during the marathon?
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 11:33am Doug Schulkind:

I'll have to go back and check, Van. There are a number of stellar Cumbia compilations that have come out the past few years.
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:34am Van in DC:

Oh no worries. I'll find out when my stuff arrives ;)
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 11:43am Doug Schulkind:

Van, I just checked my old playlist. No, the Cumbia prize I gave away was a 3-CD set.
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:44am ndbob:

This is one of several good records Pat Powdrill made.
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:45am Van in DC:

Ah, okay, thanks. :)
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:47am joe:

Sorry had to step away for a few minutes to hear Willie Nelson's new single for 4/20.
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:48am Holly in NC:

@Doug - That horrible grinchy neighbor in your old 'hood needs to find a who or 2 to melt his/her nasty heart! What an a#hole.

@Wendy (going way back) - Harbison is a bark-wrapped not-quite runny round of slighty funky rindy deliciousness made/caved at Jasper Hill. Who do you work for? (I was guessing Cabot, Grafton or Shelbourne) And if y'all have bad blood with Jasper Hill I apologize in advance. ;-)
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:49am Van in DC:

I may have to catch the next show (Steinski I mean) on archive. I'm too freaking hungry now from this show :)
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 11:50am Doug Schulkind:

Maybe some cheese, Van?
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:50am Brian in UK:

Van nibble some toes they grow back. Honest.
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:51am Wendy del Formaggio:

Holly, no bad blood w Jasper Hill. I like their cheeses and I've had pleasant chats with Mateo in the past. Harbison sounds like Winnimere, another cheese of theirs which I ADORE. I'll seek out Harbison, thanks :-)
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:52am Brian in UK:

Don't have to be yours.

Drummer, excelled yourself today.
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:52am Van in DC:

oh noes toes!

Definitely, there shall be cheese involved.
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:53am Brian in UK:

Toe jam football.

Time to go, methinks.
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:54am Holly in NC:

@Wendy - Winnimere is the washed rind version of Harbison! :-)
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:55am ?:

is this Paul Jackson, as in, the bass player that played with Herbie Hancock? Or is that someone else?
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:56am Artie:

@Holly: Pray tell where this Harbison is retailed in NC?
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 11:56am Doug Schulkind:

The subject of the final song may put the kibosh on your appetites.

@?
No, different Paul Jackson.
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 11:58am Doug Schulkind:

STEINSKI SHOW PLAYLIST....STEINSKI SHOW PLAYLIST

Is here: bit.ly...
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:58am Van in DC:

ha ha Doug. You have done that on purpose methinks. ;)
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:58am ?:

consider my appetite kiboshed
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:58am Wendy del Formaggio:

Poo Poo Man?!?! hahahahaha. What on earth was he thinking when he cut this track? Oh wait, I don't wanna know...
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:59am listener james from westwood:

i prefer to think of it as puu puu and chase my cheese lunch w a chinese dinner.
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:59am Van in DC:

Enjoyed the show! Thanks Doug!
  Fri. 4/20/12 11:59am listener james from westwood:

much love for the fine show and the cheese-tacular comments!
  Fri. 4/20/12 12:00pm ndbob:

excellent show as always Doug!
  Fri. 4/20/12 12:00pm Artie:

Thanks Doug!
  Fri. 4/20/12 12:02pm Van in DC:

Bringing up the rear...I see what you did there.
  Fri. 4/20/12 12:02pm ?:

hey, Doug, just tuned in (for the first time in many moons). great show, and the mic sound has improved from the last time I listened . . .
Avatar    Fri. 4/20/12 12:02pm Doug Schulkind:

Thanks everybody!
  Fri. 4/20/12 12:02pm Brian in UK:

Amazing how much louder the stream is than Scott's show. I know it has been said before.

Good week everyone.
  Fri. 4/20/12 12:02pm Van in DC:

Peace. Love. Trombone.
  Fri. 4/20/12 12:06pm Holly in NC:

@Artie - Whole Foods (& I assume Southern Seasons if you're near Chapel Hill). Our WF doesn't always take good care of their artisan cheeses, so keep your receipt. But if all is well it should be *delicious* !!!! :-)
  Fri. 4/20/12 2:09pm Artie:

Thanks Holly, from Artie in Raleigh.
  Fri. 4/20/12 4:57pm Bob in Charlottesville:

I'm listening a few hours behind because of a busy morning, but wanted to point you to my favorite version of Tin Tin Deo, featuring the song's author, a bass player, and no one else: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHQaUNeErVM
  Fri. 4/20/12 5:19pm Doug Schulkind:

Bob, that is stunning, thanks. A little Googling reveals that this bass player went on to perform with...Grandmaster Flash, in the '70s.
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