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June 8, 2012 Options
It's good to feel good when you know you're good, you know?
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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)

The Mississippi Moaner (Isiah Nettles)  It's Cold in China Blues   Options Mississippi Blues, Volume 1 1928-1937
(Document 1935)
Lucille Bogan  Changed Way Blues   Options The Piano Blues, Volume 6: Walter Roland
(Magpie 1934)
Jimmy Lee Williams  Hoot Your Belly Give Your Backbone Ease   Options Georgia Blues Today
(Flyright )
Big Chief Ellis  Louise   Options Big Chief Ellis
(Trix 1974)
Big John Wrencher  Love You Tonight   Options And This Is Maxwell Street,
Volume 2
(Rooster 1964)
Hosea Leavy  If You Love Me Like You Say   Options You Gotta Move
(Fedora 1997)
Ted Hawkins  Big Things   Options The Next Hundred Years
(DGC 1994)

Talkover Music:
Earl Hooker 
Can't Hold Out Much Longer   Options The Moon Is Rising
(Arhoolie 1969)

Mohd. Rafi & Asha Bhosle  Chhotisi Mulaqat   Options Chhotisi Mulaqat (OST)
(Odeon 1968)
Shankar Jaikishan  Title Music   Options April Fool (OST)
(HMV 1964)
Asha Bhosle  Main Choron Ki Rani   Options Nehle Peh Dehlaa (OST)
(HMV 1976)
Mahendra Kapoor  Khada Hua Hai Ashiq Tera   Options Doctor X (OST)
(World 1971)
Nahid Akhtar  Mera Mehbob Hai   Options Uf Yeh Beevian (OST)
(EMI/Finders Keepers 1977)

Talkover Music:
Melvin Jackson 
Funky Skull (pts. 1 & 2)   Options Funky Skull
(Limelight 1970)

Herbie Nichols  Cro-Magnon Nights   Options The Art of Herbie Nichols
(Blue Note 1955)
Abbey Lincoln  I Concentrate on You   Options Max Road + 4: Moon Faced and Starry Eyed (Mercury 1961)
Coleman Hawkins & Sonny Rollins  Just Friends   Options Sonny Meets Hawk!
(RCA/Victor 1963)
Booker Little  Minor Sweet   Options Booker Little Quartet
(Time 1960)
Lorez Alexandria  Show Me   Options Alexandria the Great
(Impulse! 1964)
Ted & Dick Nash  Night Soliloquy   Options Juntos
(Fresh Sound 1956)

Talkover Music:
Freddie Hubbard 
The 7th Day   Options The Artistry of Freddie Hubbard
(Impulse! 1963)

Ibrahima Gaya  Sourougueï   Options Touareg du Mali: Teharden et Mzad
(Prophet )
Etran Finatawa  Gaynaako   Options Desert Crossroads
(Riverboat/World Music Network 2006)
Terakaft  Iswegh Atay   Options Akh Issudar
(World Village 2008)
Izanzaren  Tilas   Options Izanzaren
(Arphone mid-1970s)
Malik Adouane  Shaft   Options The Orient Meets Funk Brothers & Soul Sisters
(EMI 2006)

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

Sam Phalang Sao  Na Nao Phu Bao Bo Apnam   Options Lam Phloen Won Chao Pho Phalan Chai
Thongcharoen Dalao  Tam Ha Khun Nai Tin Poem   Options Khui Khueang Rueang Sa U
Chai Mueangsing  Thon Ba Thon Thon   Options Phi Pai Lai Wan
Thanin Intharathep  Khon Cha Rak Kan   Options Pan Din Hai Pen Dao
Yodrak Salakchai  Thahan Ruea Ma Laeo   Options Thahan Ruea Ramluek

Talkover Music:
Sonny Simmons 
Cosmic Funk   Options

Melvin Van Peebles  Tenth and Greenwich (Women's House of Detention)   Options Brer Soul
(A&M 1968)
Nancy Holloway  Hurts So Bad   Options
The Second Thought  Slingshot   Options The Rustler Presents: Because You're Funky
(Lo )
Pat Hunt  Super Cool (You're Just a Super Fool)   Options b/w Everybody's Somebody's Fool
(Early Bird 1968)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 6/8/12 7:57am duke:

Nice shoes Doug!
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 8:17am Doug Schulkind:

Tall enough to reach the floor, Son.
  Fri. 6/8/12 8:34am annie:

those shoes are giving me vertigo. good morning everyone!!
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 8:36am Doug Schulkind:

At the shoes aren't giving you Psycho or The Birds!
  Fri. 6/8/12 8:42am Van in DC:

Ah, we continue the clown theme I see ;) Good morning Doug and all.
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 8:44am Doug Schulkind:

The kids do seem to love them, Van.
  Fri. 6/8/12 8:56am listener james from westwood:

whoa! that guy better duck—telstar's heading his way!
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 8:57am Doug Schulkind:

That guy better duck, Venus is transitting his way!
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:00am Parq:

Mom?
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:01am Paul Sherratt:

I need those shoes - the Atlantic is raining down on us right now, can hardly get out of the drive - and they'll also be perfect for the wedding we're going to tomorrow
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:02am annie:

just peeked at the new schedule, not much has been shaken up.
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 9:02am Doug Schulkind:

Perfect for climate-change induced sea-level rise!
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:02am Brian in UK:

Afternoon Doug and fashionistas everywhere.
Just blew in from the windy city, the windy city is mighty ....windy.
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:03am listener james from westwood:

i liked that faye got a regular daytime shift this summer!
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 9:03am Doug Schulkind:

Annie is referring to the Summer broadcast schedule over at the WFMU mothership:
www.wfmu.org...
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:04am Brian in UK:

Hey Paul we are going to one next Friday at Hever Castle, very la-de-da.
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 9:05am Doug Schulkind:

Hallo there Parq and Brian. ("Parq & Brian" sounds like a Monty Python skit.)
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:05am listener james from westwood:

doug, congrats on the huffpo/motherlode cross-linkage. may the stream's listenership swell like the mighty mississip'.
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:07am Brian in UK:

Doug, it could be Parq um Brain in the slow lane.
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 9:07am Doug Schulkind:

Thanks LJFW. I can't wait to go broke even faster!
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:11am ndbob:

Heya Doug and everyone! here for a few, then I need to go out for a while, but I'll be back for about the last hour
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:11am Paul Sherratt:

Lah de da Brian ? Sounds like a Jake Thackray song ...ours is in North Yorkshire neither lah de di da nor lardy !
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 9:14am Doug Schulkind:

Hiiya ndbob!
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:15am Brian in UK:

There might be Lardy Cake or Curd Cake & lots of ale, Paul. Fingers crossed for good wevver. Thee nost.
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:15am Paul Sherratt:

Brian,
That is indeed very la-de-da http://www.weddingvenues.com/images/listing_photos/3823_infront-jp.jpg

This JImmy Lee is magical, Doug.
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:16am ndbob:

My friend was here for a few days and just left - he's off to a record show of course:)
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:17am Parq:

Brian, you can be Cleese if you'll let me be Idle. Actually, with the weekend looming, I plan to be as idle as possible.
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:18am Holly in NC:

Morning! I'm in the throes of shoe lust, need to go take a shower to cool off!

Huffpo link?
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:19am Paul Sherratt:

Brian,
Curd tart it's called in Yorkshire. A counterfull of from Betty's Teashop would seriously help Greece with its finances. Lovely stuff - as is Lardy Cake !
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:20am Parq:

Generating Internet content for no pay? Welcome to the 21st Century. Here's a really cute commercial to help you make crucial health care decisions ...
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 9:23am Doug Schulkind:

G'morning Holly! Nothing on HuffPo yet. Sometime this week they will be crossposting my Motherlodes.
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:24am Brian in UK:

Paul Best I had was in Ripon but who's counting & Masham (silent h) for the ale.

Parq can I be Palin & do the travelling?
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:26am listener james from westwood:

i think i'm more the terry jones type. sink into some medieval literature and get lost in the 12th century for a few days.
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:26am holland oats:

mornin' drummer, mornin' world
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 9:27am Doug Schulkind:

The world is smiling back atcha, Holland Oats.
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:27am Brian in UK:

Shame the man with the slight overbite is not wearing plusfours.

LJfW bit smelly in those days, unlike our purified world.
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:28am Parq:

I suppose I really ought to be Gilliam - Yank with a pushed in face, and all that.
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:34am Paul Sherratt:

Ted Hawkins ... I took the pic on his Dock of The Bay LP !
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:36am listener james from westwood:

very true, brian. oddly, they might consider today smelly in different ways, having been inured to their contemporary scents.
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:37am Parq:

Doug, pot up your mike a little.
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 9:39am Doug Schulkind:

Oh, thanks Parq. My headphones just blew and I was instinctively cranking it down. Too much down, it seems. I will call you and re-create that last mic break.
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 9:40am Doug Schulkind:

Paul Sherratt — PLEASE explain!
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:41am Parq:

Well, if you're going to let something drown you out, Earl Hooker's a fine choice.
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 9:47am Doug Schulkind:

I've been drowned out by worse, to be sure.
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:53am listener james from westwood:

this bollywood blast is delightful.
  Fri. 6/8/12 9:55am still b/p:

Arriving late to a South Asian welcome.

re: playlist pic man -- Only Quay Lewd could dance with a man of such elevated character:
http://tinyurl.com/bsxwbuu
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 9:58am Doug Schulkind:

Now THOSE are some pumps, still b/p! Tough on the bunions though.
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:01am listener james from westwood:

ah, very good point b/p; as doug just pointed out, my bollywood guess was a smidge too narrow. could also be from lahore or the tamil film industry. big region!
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:03am Holly in NC:

More elevated shoes, of sorts!
http://pinterest.com/pin/121526889915157339/
http://pinterest.com/pin/121526889915157334/
my fave: http://pinterest.com/pin/121526889915157334/
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:03am Paul Sherratt:

Sorry Doug ... niece Alice just arrived from London to dog sit, so we've had to open a bottle of something ! Yes I took pics for Ted's LP during the sound check of his gig at the then Town & Country Club. Just one of those odd things that used to happen back then. Gave Nappy Brown a lift in to town the next day who needed to buy a dress for his wife ( so he said )
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 10:07am Doug Schulkind:

This is your handiwork, Paul?!

bit.ly...
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:10am Paul Sherratt:

That's the very one Doug.
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:14am monica:

morning, doug. lovin' this abbey version and all that has preceeded. look forward to the huffpo pieces!
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 10:16am Doug Schulkind:

Goodest morning, Monica! A nice Lorez Alexandria ditty coming up. I think you'll approve.
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:18am still b/p:

I did both, so I saw the picture, but if you search that address -- http://bit.ly/MhGPei -- instead of entering it in the address field, and then go to the site that the Google search returns...you get some non-vital, non-secret, Wall St. voodoo spells instead of musician imagery. Which dimension do....you...choose?
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 10:23am Doug Schulkind:

Three of the four musicians on that last track:
Booker Little died at 23
Scott LaFaro died at 25
Wynton Kelly Died at 40

Brutal.
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:26am annie:

love this cover of "show me"!!!!
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 10:27am Doug Schulkind:

Who did the original, Annie?
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:27am annie:

barbara?
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:28am annie:

i was racking my brain to remember, imho, a good cover is one that makes you forget the original performer
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:28am listener james from westwood:

i need to see a film set to this ted & dick nash track.
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:30am Van in DC:

Wow. That was a great first half of this show!
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:31am annie:

totally wrong, it was the divine miss hepburn, herself from my fair lady, so there are tons of versions i'm sure.. julie andrews, for one
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:32am annie:

and Liza was singing it to freddy einsford hill...
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:39am annie:

as an aside: i noticed the passing of ray bradbury went largely by the wayside this week..
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:41am Brian in UK:

Ah yes, I remember it well.

annie Mr Bradburys death did not set the world on fire. Burning Kindles. Very prescient novel.
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:41am still b/p:

This Gaya track is great!
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:42am Van in DC:

I'm only catching every third word of this or so ;)
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 10:44am Doug Schulkind:

I saw a ton of Bradbury coverage, actually.

@Van
We'd love a translation. Heh heh.
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:44am monica:

did someone say liza?
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:45am annie:

monica, i mentioned eliza doolittle of My Fair Lady fame. the cover of the song "show me", which doug played.
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:45am Michael:

hey everyone - yeah, this track is something!
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:46am Brian in UK:

It only hit the dare I say high-brow programmes.
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:46am annie:

i'm glad to hear that mr bradbury's passing was more than quiet, doug.. i gobbled up his stuff.
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:47am Brian in UK:

Still playing last years premium, Monica. Love it.
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 10:47am Doug Schulkind:

I went through a voracious sci-fi phase in my early teens. Arthur C. Clarke was my fave.

Morning Michael!
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 10:48am Doug Schulkind:

Monica + marathon premium = great happiness
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:48am holland oats:

i was surprised to find bradbury all over 'how to wreck a nice beach'
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:48am Brian in UK:

This set reminds me of Mali's Festival ni the Desert.
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:52am Matt from Springfield:

Hi Drummer Doug, hi everybody!
Busy now during the "big show", but quietly listening at the back of class.
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 10:53am Doug Schulkind:

Hey Matt!
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:53am Van in DC:

Hey Matt!
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:54am Matt from Springfield:

Hey Matt! (x3! Oops!)
Hey Doug and Van!
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:55am monica:

aha, annie. liza with an e!
doug, so glad it wound its way to you.
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 10:57am Doug Schulkind:

Izanzaren translates, apparently, as "sunbeams."
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:59am Matt from Springfield:

Pretty imagery in this music, "sunbeams", pretty word for it too.
By "North African" I assume that most of this is not even Arabic, but Berber and Tamazight and other native languages.
  Fri. 6/8/12 10:59am Brian in UK:

Matt, we are all witholding homework this week until the Boss instates? a four hour show.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:01am Holly in NC:

Doug! There was a SPIDER in my SHOWER!!!!! In my FACE!!!!
What exactly is a yardarm, where is it in relation to the sun in North Carolina RIGHT NOW, & can I have a stiff drink????
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:03am Holly in NC:

@annie - Mr. Bradbury meant (means) more to me than most people I've actually met.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:04am Brian in UK:

Holly, you need to talk to BSI over on Scott's show around 9:18..
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:04am still b/p:

Enjoyed a Bombino show close to home a couple of months ago, but Tinariwen dates within practical traveling distance keep eluding me due to schedule clashes or sumthin'. Brooklyn next week is the closest upcoming.

Holly -- was it a fanged jumper?
http://io9.com/5916410/group-of-jumping-spiders-attacks-people-in-india
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 11:05am Doug Schulkind:

I am never going to India or to Holly's shower.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:05am ndbob:

and I'm back
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:06am listener james from westwood:

love this "shaft! cover!
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:07am duke:

You say this cat Shaft is a bad mother--
(Shut your mouth)
But I'm talkin' about Shaft
(Then we can dig it)
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:08am listener james from westwood:

my last post sounds like a condom ad!
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:08am seang:

hell yeah!
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:08am ndbob:

this is great!
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:10am Matt from Springfield:

@Brian: Once Steinski episodes run out, demand that Doug take GTDS into another hour!

Or else, host another tape-only Blast from the Past and bring it into the digital realm.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:10am Holly in NC:

@still b/p - I am VERY aware of those Indian spiders - in fact, I warned Doug earlier in the week. Can't start planning spider-proof bunkers too soon!

@Brian in UK - heading over right now
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:14am lewis:

Dilemma: Is it wrong to listen to one stream and comment on another? Friday mornings can be quite a challenge of riches.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:17am Brian in UK:

lewis, clue: Noah kept his bees in this during the flood (7)
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:17am Van in DC:

Phalang - that's the Thai word for foreigner is it not?
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:17am Matt from Springfield:

The obligatory Indochinese turn!
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 11:19am Doug Schulkind:

Holly is Drummersome Industries' VP in charge of early arachnid detection.

@Lewis
You can listen to one show and comment on another, but not the reverse.

@Van
We are counting on YOU for an Thaislation.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:19am seang:

love this stuff
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:19am Matt from Springfield:

@lewis: Comment boards are here for our socializing convenience and pleasure. Even if you're not listening (or *can't* listen), you're always free to comment, even if listening to another program. Just be honest however, don't claim to be listening if you're not.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:20am Hugo:

Farang - white (western) foreigner
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:20am northguineahills:

Darnit, missed a lot. But I feel good after some late night biking.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:22am Matt from Springfield:

I don't think I've double-commented, but I do "diligently monitor" other playlists that are open and active.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:22am Van in DC:

He seems to be singing something about his wife and is shocked over something. Forgotten too much and it's way too fast.
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 11:22am Doug Schulkind:

@NGH
Wear a freaking helmet! (My dear Jessie is recovering from being Subaru-ed off her Schwinn.)
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 11:23am Doug Schulkind:

The famed "Man City Lion" (Chai Mueangsing) next.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:24am annie:

(hey ndbob, glad you like that photo, she had such a vibrant air about her...just had some of that broccoli for breakfast, sweet, tender leaves.. yum)
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:24am Matt from Springfield:

@Doug: I apologize on behalf of Subaru owners--we're normally much nicer and alert people.
@Van: Do you know Thai? Can you speak it as well?
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:24am Another old man:

Why would one "monitor" playlists? Seems odd.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:25am Brian in UK:

The title of the last bed track reminded me of the beautiful Rustem Pasha mosque in Istanbul. Fabulous mosaics.
https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=rustem+pasha&hl=en&prmd=imvnso&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=yRfST6agPMTW8gPmqNy4Aw&sqi=2&ved=0CHIQsAQ&biw=1080&bih=690
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 11:25am Doug Schulkind:

Don't get me wrong, Matt. I love Subarus. Just not ones with my wife as a hood ornament.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:25am northguineahills:

I always wear a helmet (and lights). The helmet saved my life in 2003 when I was going full speed down the Williamsburg bridge and I hit one of the rumble strips that used to be there and my front wheel popped off. My helmet shattered, i lost a lot of skin off my face, and shattered a lot of my teeth. I woke up being carried to an ambulance. w/o the helmet, I would have been a vegetable.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:25am ndbob:

heya Annie! .. I just had fried eggs and whole wheat toast - my standard high cholesterol breakfast:)
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:26am Carmichael:

Happy Friday everyone. Off for some tea. BRB.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:26am Matt from Springfield:

The problem with Google Translate is it doesn't work for Romanized Thai, so it's hard to type what you see and expect a translation.

Really Thai "can't" be Romanized anyway, what with 44 consonants and 15 vowels, and five series of tones.
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 11:27am Doug Schulkind:

OMG NGH!
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:27am Van in DC:

@Matt - never was fluent. But had a Thai wife for 8 years and diligently studied it precisely because she didn't WANT me to know what she was saying to her girlfriends right in front of me :) But I've forgotten soooo much. I started being able to read just a bit, like saying, "Oh, they have Pepsi!" in a restaurant in Thailand.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:27am annie:

mine also included some most excellent sausage and two eggs, MY standard
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 11:27am Doug Schulkind:

Aloha Carmichael!
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:28am jk:

Man City Lion! show sounds great this morning Doug!
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 11:28am Doug Schulkind:

@Annie
"Most Excellent Sausage" sound like a great band name.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:28am The Authorities:

@Another old man: We monitor playlist looking for troublemakers
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:29am Matt from Springfield:

@Another old man: Ha ha, nothing sinister about "monitoring", if there's info posted I think should be shared with the board I'm commenting on, I'll cross post a link (much like Brian referred Holly to Scott's board earlier). Someday I might add a comment to the show I'm not listening to, if something is posted that really strikes my fancy.
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 11:29am Doug Schulkind:

Hey hey jk. Who do you have in store for the next Kaminsky Kamoutsky?!
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:30am northguineahills:

So, Doug, I missed the status of Jessie. How is she?
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:31am Holly in NC:

@brianinuk: ark hives ! ha! ha!
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:32am Matt from Springfield:

Sawatdee krap, Van! :)

I went to Thailand almost 2 years ago, first time in Asia. LOVED it! But I just know a bit, and in terms of speaking I just memorize existing phrases because I can't do tonal languages yet. (They say Thai is actually easier than Chinese and other languages, as far as tones go.)
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:34am jk:

Hey Doug,
Next tuesday I'll have as cohost my friend, musician and producer, Ryan Davies. We'll be around the Jamaica Plain area of Boston for next couple of weeks. I think he'll bring a fair amount of disco and contemporary uk club music, though I can never be sure with these things.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:34am Matt from Springfield:

@Van: Do you get this Thai joke?
"New wood doesn't burn, does it not?" ;)
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:34am Brian in UK:

Thank you Holly. That could have been my wife writing 'bout spiders earlier. Totally irrational and uncontrollable fear. I've learned to live with it. The fear that is!!!!
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 11:35am Doug Schulkind:

@NGH
Doing really well. Thanks. She will be stiff, swollen and achy for a few more months, but nothing beyond that.

Speaking of most excellent sausage, with my vegetarian daughter away on a school trip, Jessie and I had MEAT for dinner last night. Ohmygoditwassogood. I made a nice bolognese sauce. Can't wait for leftover lunch...
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:35am jk:

thanks for letting me butt in to your comments.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:35am Van in DC:

Indeed. My wife's nickname was "Tui" but there are five different ways to pronounce that word, and each means something different. The intonation to say her name correctly was very hard for me. Gosh, the Land of Smiles. I love it, miss it.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:36am Van in DC:

@Matt - nope, I don't get that joke
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:37am Matt from Springfield:

@Van: "Mai mai mai mai mai?" with different a tone each! :)
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:39am Van in DC:

OHHH. Mai for "no" I know. :)
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:39am Matt from Springfield:

@Doug: If I had a vegetarian family member, I would respect their moral/preferred choice, but I would shift a lot of meals to stir fry--I could cook one pan with meat, another without!
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:40am duke:

Really like the Sonny Simmons talkover music
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:40am Holly in NC:

@Brian in UK - Yes, anyone who lives with me has to be understanding of my irrational fear.
But oddly, like Doug, if I have to act brave for a spider-phobic child I can cope. Otherwise - I can't. Just can't.

Apparently I need either a knight in shining armor OR a child. OR a psychiatrist. Any takers?
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 11:43am Doug Schulkind:

@Duke Yes, really really great.

@Matt Not when your vegetarian family member is a 12-year-old who demands the same adherence to moral/ethical values. We don't go complete meatless, but honestly, it is easier than being picketed in your own kitchen.

@jk My comments are an open book. Spill your guts.

Everyone be sure to tune in to the next Kaminsky Kamoutsky with Jesse, live here on the stream, Tuesday from 7-9pm.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:43am northguineahills:

My gf is a veggie. So, it's rare that I cook w/ meat. I'm an excellent cook w/ all things veggie, barely break the skin w/ meats.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:44am Matt from Springfield:

Brer Soul--this is a FMU classic! Is this album considered eccentric for Melvin Van P, or does he normally deliver this eccentric brand of soul?
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:45am Brian in UK:

Sorry Holly my armours at the cleaners. I do worry that my wife has passed on the spider paranoia to our three daughters. But Hey life goes on.
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 11:45am Doug Schulkind:

Is this pretty much straight-ahead stuff from Brother Van Peebles.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:45am ndbob:

Glad Jessie is doing OK Doug!..... with company in town, went out for a nice steak this week
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:46am Van in DC:

Gosh I love vegetarians. Means more bacon for me. bwaa ha ha
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:46am annie:

i'd be miserable if meat were not part of my diet.. i'd have to be paired with someone who isn't squeamish about a burger now and then.. and some nice scallops which i picked up at the tailgate market this week yum!
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:47am jk:

thanks Doug!
As someone who converted to vegetarian at 12, I had no idea what I was asking of my parents. It wasn't that easy in arkansas at the time, lots of cheese sandwiches (not really vegetarian, in retrospect)
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:48am Brian in UK:

Doug, think you have pitched this show perfectly with the photo.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:49am Holly in NC:

@Doug! IMNOTHO I make the best bolognese sauce in the world - I'll send you recipe to play with ;-)
@Matt, I'm with you. I very much limit my intake of pasta, rice, potatoes, most beans & all grains so.... (bolognese sauce is wonderful on shredded cabbage, for real) :-)
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:49am Van in DC:

NOOOOO! I'll Have Another apparently just got injured and is OUT of the Belmont! No triple crown winner again! At least that is what twitter seems to be blowing up about right now... :(
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 11:50am Doug Schulkind:

I would love a bolognese recipe, Holly. Thanks! Of course, I won't get a chance to try it until daughter goes to summer camp.

I'll Have Another had one too many, apparently.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:51am Carmichael:

Oh BTW, the first sighting of "Show Me" was Julie Andrews (on the stage) in My Fair Lady. Don't know if she actually recorded it 1st.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:52am Artie:

The horses they give. And the horses, they take away.

Howdy all. Late today. Archives for me...
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:53am Hugo:

No veggies in the family, but only one true appreciator of a single malt whisky!
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:53am ndbob:

hey Artie.. yep no Triple Crown this year
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:53am northguineahills:

I've corrupted my gf to being a pescatarian. But since I'm lactose intolerant (i still do dairy if I feel the pain is worth it), a lot of our meals are vegan, unless we cook the odd shellfish.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:53am Holly in NC:

I am a VERY ethical/moral meat & fish eater so I think I could have a lovely lively debate/discourse with Lincoln ! It'd be fun!

And I ABSOLUTELY respect the eating habits of all my friends, even the utterly pain in the arse vegans. I have 3 friggin grills.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:54am Brian in UK:

Rains stopped, wellingtons on, let's walk the dawg.
Enjoy the meat, Doug & Jessie.
Happy weekendings all.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:54am annie:

carm, we played that album over and over when we were kids... irma la douce, too(sad to see that elizabeth seal never went further than that performance)... silly me for not remembering that!!
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 11:54am Doug Schulkind:

In you, Holly, I've met the grill of my dreams.

Woof woof, Brian.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:55am Holly in NC:

@Hugo - now THAT is sad
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:55am northguineahills:

I feel all carnivores should at least once slaughter an animal they're going to eat at least once. To be fair, I've only slaughtered chickens.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:56am annie:

holly, the two tailgate markets i went to here in asheville were rife with locally produced meats and cheeses!! whoo!
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:56am Spencer:

Woof!
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:57am Van in DC:

Thanks Doug!
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 11:57am Doug Schulkind:

Steinski's playlist is here:

bit.ly...
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:57am listener james from westwood:

aw, mama, is this really the end?
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:57am Hugo:

I will never ever give up on seafood of any kind - to go with an exquisite white wine.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:58am Matt from Springfield:

@NGH: I've seen deer being prepared, I could probably do that. But I'm an acknowledged hypocrite when it comes to chickens--I love chicken, but could I slaughter one? Chickens are gross, with the feathers, fat and bones, I don't know if I could "process" one for eating.
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:59am Matt from Springfield:

Wonderful show as always! Thanks Doug!
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:59am ndbob:

excellent show Doug! I'll catch the part I missed on the archive
  Fri. 6/8/12 11:59am Van in DC:

@ngh - I have spent time in an actual slaughterhouse and it is grim. But they are so tasty.
  Fri. 6/8/12 12:00pm listener james from westwood:

this programme hit the spot. loved it!
  Fri. 6/8/12 12:01pm Holly in NC:

@Van = trying to get my head around not being able to pronounce 1's spouses name - I guess that why (& I just realized this!) *all* the men in my life - from 6th grade Scott on - have had 1 syllable anglo-saxon names! ;-)
Avatar Fri. 6/8/12 12:01pm Doug Schulkind:

Thanks and hugs to all y'all!
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