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July 27, 2012 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)

Black Beats Band  Anokwa Edomi   Options b/w Agoogyi
(Decca )
Daniel H. Acqaah  Obu Kesi   Options Early Guitar Music from West Africa 1927-1929
(Heritage )
Banda Linda Horns of Central Africa  Tchebou Ganza Tché Gate   Options Ongo Trogodé
(Buda )
Sami Kamara & His Black Diamonds  Kisiyade   Options Songs and Rhythms from Sierra Leone
(Afro Request )
Super Boiro Band  Nanibaly   Options En Super Forme
(Syliphone 1976)
Tabu Ley Rochereau  Basi Basalaka   Options Le Seigneur Rochereau
(Africa 1969)
Victor Uwaifo & the Titibitis  While the Sun Shines   Options 5 Days a Week Love
(African 1977)

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

Hasil Adkins  Miami Kiss   Options Chicken Walk
(Dee Jay Jamboree )
Sir Robert Charles Griggs  In L.A.   Options The Legend of Sir Robert Charles Griggs
(Capitol 1973)
Charlie Tweddle  Untitled   Options Fantastic Greatest Hits
(Companion 1974)
Wayne  Prea's Song   Options At Last!
(private press ca. 1996)
Baby Gramps  Let's All Be Fairies   Options Same Ol' Timeously
(Grampophone )
Peter Grudzien   Holding Court   Options The Unicorn
(Parallel World 1974)
Don Edwards  Coyotes   Options Grizzly Man [OST]
(Lions Gate Films 2005)

Talkover Music:
East Texas Serenades 
Sweetest Flower Waltz   Options East Texas Serenades 1927-1937
(Document 1937)

Roswell Rudd  Maine   Options Maine
(Bhvaast 1976)
Friedrich Gulda  Theme from "Dropout"   Options The Air from Other Planets
(MPS 1954)
Mike Osborne  Awakening Spirit   Options The Birmingham Jazz Concert
(Cadillac 1976)
Bill Coleman  Blues at Noon   Options Bill Coleman 1940-1949
(Chronological Classics 1949)

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

U. Srinivas  Jagadanandakaraka   Options
Jodha  Rajastahni Rasiya #1   Options Sapera: Snake Charmers of North India
(Bona-Fi 1999)
Pandit Shivkumar Sharma  Bhairavi Dhun   Options First LP Record
(Saregama 1967)
Ranu Mukherjee & Lona  Come On Come On   Options Paapi (OST)
(HMV 1975)
Piyush Mishra  Aarambh   Options Gulaal (soundtrack)
(T-Series )

Talkover Music:
Sohail Rana 
Soul Sitar   Options Khyber Mail
(EMI 1970)

Bo Diddley  Better Watch Yourself   Options Bo Diddley Is a Gunslinger
(Checker 1961)
Geater Davis  You Made Your Bed   Options The Lost Soul Man
(Aim )
Paul Kelly  Hooked, Hogtied & Collared   Options Hooked, Hogtied & Collared
(Warner Bros. 1974)
Johnny Jenkins  Sick and Tired   Options Ton-Ton Macoute!
(Capricorn 1970)
King George Discovery  Love Emotions   Options Peace of Mind
(Shadoks 1968)
Chubby Checker  He Died   Options Goes Psychedelic!!
(Underground Masters 1971)
Dr. John  You Lie   Options Locked Down
(Nonesuch 2012)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 7/27/12 8:43am texas scott:

Howdy,Doug.
Glad to see you back in the saddle.
  Fri. 7/27/12 8:44am Van in DC:

Yay! Studio P is back on the air! Great to have you back Mr. Drummer
  Fri. 7/27/12 8:44am holland oats:

drummersome is a gunslinger
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 8:46am Doug Schulkind:

Good morning Texas Scott, Van and holland oats! Great to have you at the rodeo. I'll distract the bull while you make a run for it.
  Fri. 7/27/12 8:50am listener james from westwood:

welcome back to friday morning, doug! howdy all!
  Fri. 7/27/12 8:51am duke:

Welcome back to Friday morning Doug. Hope you had a great vacation.
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 8:52am Doug Schulkind:

Hey there LJFW! If I yell duck, get your mug in the mud, pronto.

I did indeed, Duke. But I am glad to be back in my natural habitat.
  Fri. 7/27/12 8:56am kat330:

Yeah, like I thought I'd be one of the first to post, heh!
Welcome back in the saddle, Doug! Yeah, I see now that was already taken, but what the hey. Hi, everyone!
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 8:57am Doug Schulkind:

It's a big-ass saddle, kat330. Hop aboard!
  Fri. 7/27/12 8:58am kat330:

Bareback's fine, too.
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 8:59am Doug Schulkind:

About to yank the reins. Hang on everybody.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:00am Van in DC:

Giddy up!
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 9:03am Doug Schulkind:

Yeeeeee hawwwww (he blurted, maniacally, to no one in particular).
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:05am kat330:

Don't scare the cats, Doug!
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:08am listener james from westwood:

oh. gods, i remember that accidental olympics dove-incineration. '88 iirc.
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 9:09am Doug Schulkind:

Our cats are thrilled to have us home. Well, except for Oreo, is seriously pissed that Lincoln is away at camp. You may hear some yowling in the background.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:11am kat330:

Yikes, I'd forgotten -- or never known -- about "La paloma en llamas"!
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:13am Aurélie:

midnight right here in New-Caledonia and listenning to ur show right now ! what a perfect night !
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 9:14am Doug Schulkind:

Welcome Aurélie! I promise to keep you awake until 3am! A double espresso for the ears.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:14am Van in DC:

Fast forward to the 3 minute mark - bwaa ha ha - instant roasted dove

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C59g38TLG_0
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:15am Brian in UK:

'Singing Cowboy,
Got a lasso in your hand
will you ever understand
It's a do or die boy'.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:15am kat330:

@Doug: I so fondly remember the equal parts ecstatic and scolding reception I'd get whenever arriving home to my cats. Whenever I go away now, I miss having that to look forward to.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:16am listener james from westwood:

Aurélie, welcome. and say hello to Saturday for me. I could really use that day right now!
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:16am kat330:

Thanks in advance (I, um, think), Van!
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:16am duke:

This horn stuff is amazing. Never heard african horns music like this before
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:18am kat330:

Oooh, Van, that was fowl...
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 9:18am Doug Schulkind:

Hallo to you, Brian in UK!

@kat330
Better to be scolded by a cat than a kat330

@duke
I have some mesmerizing wooden trumpet music from the Sudan. Like wow!
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:18am Aurélie:

@doug YAY !!! Merci, je vais resté éveillée dont worry !
@listener james: thank you
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:19am kat330:

Right. My voice isn't raspy at all. :)
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:20am Brian in UK:

Hey Doug. Welcome home.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:20am kat330:

I'm really grooving on these African sounds.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:22am Brian in UK:

Are Super Boiro from Guinea 'cause the singer sounds like a More Kante.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:22am el thatchmo:

Here's to my friend Satan!
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 9:23am Doug Schulkind:

Yes indeed, Brian. Super Boiro Band is named for Camp Boiro, an infamous concentration camp for political prisoners within Conakry, Guinea.

en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 9:24am Doug Schulkind:

Congo and Nigeria are to follow...
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:30am Brian in UK:

The guitar seems to become lighter the further east you travel in Africa 'till you hit Zimbabwe & The Four Brothers. Then it just floats in the ether.
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 9:32am Doug Schulkind:

A lovely observation, Brian. I have occasionally described the guitars of soukous as "shimmering."
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:32am Brian in UK:

Looking forward to hear your pronounciation of this one, Doug.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:33am kat330:

What happens to love the other two days?
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:34am trish:

Good to hear your show again, Doug.
Great listening, this.
Hope you enjoyed the coast.
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 9:35am Doug Schulkind:

I endeavor to stick the landing with each pronunciation. Usually, I sprain my verbal ankle. Happy Olympics everyone. What was your favorite Olympic moment?

For me:

#1 Bob Beamon's long jump in Mexico City.
#2 Tommie Smith and John Carlos giving the Black Power salute on the medal stand.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:37am kat330:

Ali lighting the torch and the first Olga "10" stick in the mind. But I do love the track & field events that get less coverage: High jump, pole vault, long jump, etc.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:41am kat330:

Banned? They oughta kiss Victor where the sun *doesn't* shine!
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:43am Brian in UK:

I cannot think of a braver event than Jessie Owens in Berlin '36.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:44am listener james from westwood:

whoops, bounced off the haz and into the stream, it sounds like.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:44am kat330:

Yep, the only loose screw is the stream.
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 9:45am Doug Schulkind:

And I bounced my azz back on. Noticed some choppiness on the stream connection this morning. I'll keep an eye on it. Please report back when things get screwy.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:45am duke:

This sounds more like Hasil
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:46am listener james from westwood:

ah, that's the haz. thanks, doug!
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:46am listener james from westwood:

the subject of the compilation that has my favorite name ever: white light/white meat.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:47am kat330:

Hey, Doug, did you all get storms last night? I think the radar showed them stretching from us through PA.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:48am kat330:

Hasil's heading for a raspy voice....
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 9:48am Doug Schulkind:

The worst of the storms happened before nightfall. Some heavy gusts and Biblical rain. Overnight was just the wet stuff.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:49am Holly in NC:

Hi Doug & all!
Doug DID you see any moose? I've been obsessively watching the Alaskan brown bear/salmon live cam:
http://explore.org/#!/live-cams/player/brown-bear-salmon-cam-brooks-falls
- completely addictive!

Re Olympics - my love for Dorothy Hamill caused me to ruin my hair, forever. And Eric Heiden was my first huge "non-threatening boy" crush.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:50am kat330:

The same timeline for us, so I guess sometimes our weather is simultaneous and takes no time to travel to you.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:50am Artie:

Welcome back Doug! Had really been missing the shows and our little communal gatherings. Can't listen live today, but will check it out after the fact. Cheers.
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 9:51am Doug Schulkind:

Oh hey Holly! Not one dammed moose. I'm beginning to think it's all a hoax.

Greetings Artie! Happy archiving.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:52am kat330:

@Holly: Guess reminiscing on winter Olympics in this weather is a sweet relief.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:53am kat330:

[Listening all the way but gotta leave the keyboard for a bit -- catch up later]
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 9:54am Doug Schulkind:

My favorite Winter Olympics moment was when the Russian hockey team crushed the dreams of those macho piss-ant Americans. Um. Nevermind.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:56am Holly in NC:

@kat330 - For sure! We're back in hell down here. Blessedly working in AC. And I don't say "blessedly" lightly ;-)

Liking this melancholy set, Doug.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:56am trish:

re biggie storms: You can see the last 48 hrs animated here : http://is.gd/Lwpfu6
I opt for infrared over radar because temp is an index of cloud height. Cumulus blossoms.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:57am holland oats:

birds, heh
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 9:58am Doug Schulkind:

Trish! Say hi to your friends triiish and tr:sh.
  Fri. 7/27/12 9:59am listener james from westwood:

it got apocalyptically dark here in bergen, wind blowing and lightning, but the storm passed without dropping as much rain as i'd thought. no evident damage around, not like irene or the halloween snow.
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:01am holland oats:

she's just not that into you, wayne
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 10:01am Doug Schulkind:

Since you're in Bergen, LJWF, you should do a tin-can-and-string hook-up with Hugo in Bergen, Norway. (Can I l listen in? I used to live on Bergen Street in Brooklyn.)
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:01am trish:

and trrrr;sh
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:03am el thatchmo:

Prea: Ridiculous.
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 10:05am Doug Schulkind:

G'day, el thatchmo. Prea may be ridiculous, but she gets 800 miles a gallon. (Wayne drinks the gallon, of course.)
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:05am listener james from westwood:

a live bergen-bergen-bergen hookup? will get the engineers on it!
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 10:06am Doug Schulkind:

Not sure if the links is still good, but here is the magnificent Wayne:

bit.ly...
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:10am Aurélie:

the link works thanks i want this
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 10:12am Doug Schulkind:

I'm pretty sure I linked to Wayne's "At Last!" in a past Mining the Audio Motherlode.
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:16am david:

and timothy treadwell is gone.....
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 10:18am Doug Schulkind:

And his girlfriend with him.
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:24am Alex in Illinois:

This Coyotes song reminds me: Yesterday morning, while walking the dog, my wife spotted a coyote, and we do NOT live out in the boondocks. This was one block west of the West Side of Chicago.
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:25am erella inToronto:

So happy to hear you today.
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:25am Brian in UK:

Scotts playing The Baird Sisters. Sneak.
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:29am duke:

Thanks for playing Maine! One of my favs.
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:30am Aurélie:

wow
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 10:31am Doug Schulkind:

Wow indeed, Alex. A Cub I could see, but not a coyote.
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:34am Alex in Illinois:

A Cub? I married into a Sox family.
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:35am kat330:

Re: that previous set: As I pumped and jumped around, I was thinking "hand me down the can o' beans" and longing for a draught of cool, cool water (which is in hand now gratefully). Great fun, Doug!
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:37am Matt from Springfield:

The Drummer is BACK in da house! His own house anyway...

Glad to have you back in cozy Studio P, possibly with cat calls!
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:38am Brian in UK:

Another one for the 'Relentless' file.
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 10:38am Doug Schulkind:

Forgot to say HELLO to erella in Toronto. Next time, more pronto...

Welcome Matt! (I bet you hear that all the time.)
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 10:39am Doug Schulkind:

@kat330
Beans and water. Two of the major food groups.
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:39am Carmichael:

Hi Doug, hey everyone. It's my turn: leaving for lovely Lake Tahoe tomorrow for a few weeks of quiet bliss. I'll get there faster than Bo can shoot that Gretsch!
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:40am kat330:

Ooooh, Carmichael!! I'm so envious! Loved my time at that cool, deep, beautiful drink of water.
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:41am Matt from Springfield:

Hi Carm! Hope you have a great time there!
Plan on checkin' in @WFMU?
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:42am kat330:

[and IN it, too]
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 10:43am Doug Schulkind:

I've been to Lake Tahoe once. The Nevada side, however. It's a long story. Saw a guy in the cafeteria of one of the casinos at 3am who looked a helluva lot like Garrison Keillor. It may not have been him, but I've always said it was. When I tell the story, that is.
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:45am kat330:

@Doug: Long story? Didn't kill a guy in Reno just to watch him die I hope. We did drive a bit on the Nevada side, but our tent was pitched on the CA side. Gambling holds no intrigue for me whatsoever.
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:46am Brian in UK:

Thanks Hugo.
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:48am northguineahills:

I was cat sitting last for a neighbor, and I've come to the conclusion that cats really just don't like Edgar Varese.
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:48am Van in DC:

Loved that trombone in Maine!
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:48am Matt from Springfield:

Hey Brian--saw your observation earlier about guitar in Africa becoming lighter, the further east you go. Did you mean acoustic guitaring? Zambia rock has some pretty heavy electric guitaring, that's one of the first types of African rock I heard on WFMU.
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:49am Matt from Springfield:

@Van: Seems awfully far to travel just to purchase a trombone, don't you think? :)
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 10:49am Doug Schulkind:

I had no interest in the gambling. It was an "anthropological" visit. A friend at the time sold subscriptions to the Oakland (Ca.) Tribune. When his unit sold the most in a particular quarter, he was awarded an all-expenses paid weekend to Lake Tahoe. I was visiting then and he took me along.

@NGH
But the cat adored Varese and now you are marked for a slow and painful death. I wouldn't sleep if I were you.

@Brian in UK
Yes yes yes — all praises to Brother Hugo.
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:51am kat330:

@NGH: An owner who gets a sitter for the cat(s) just for a night? That's one dedicated and protective owner.
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:52am Van in DC:

Matt - ha!
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 10:53am Doug Schulkind:

OLYMPICS UPDATE
That legally blind archery dude just broke the world record. That is impressive.
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:55am northguineahills:

It's for 2.5 days before one of their brothers come in. I drop the cat back next door before I sleep b/c that's where the litter box is located.
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:57am Van in DC:

Wow, regarding archery dude
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:57am Carmichael:

@Matt: I'm not sure if I will be able to check in. If I'm not doing anything and can nick the computer from the kiddos for a few minutes, sure. And I don't have a smart phone, just the kind that connects to Sarah at the Mayberry switch, and she patches me through to my party. And listens in.
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:57am kat330:

A good idea in that case. But the cat might be more freaked by being in a different space than the music. IIRC, cats are more attached to places than, say, dogs.
  Fri. 7/27/12 10:59am Matt from Springfield:

Nice! Im Dong Hyun must have great balance and hearing to tell where his arrows are going, and to keep shooting in that direction!
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:01am Matt from Springfield:

@Carm: Oh well, enjoy your vacation, and check in on a playlist if you ever miss the experience!

Can the old Mayberry switchboard receive and transmit GTDR? I'm sure the operators would love to listen in on that.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:02am northguineahills:

Nah, the cat was fine until I fired up the ol' gramophone. And he was fine when I was playing Indonesian light rock.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:03am Van in DC:

Tony Levin?? LOVE that guy! Did AWESOME work with Peter Gabriel if I remember right!
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:05am listener james from westwood:

envying carmichael's tahoe trip. lots of beautiful country around that area. enjoy it!
i've only ever been to las vegas in nevada. but i have made it out to red rocks at the western edge of the city. stunning landscape and you'd never imagine sin city's just a few miles away.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:05am Aurélie:

yeah u did it :)
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:05am Brian in UK:

Fair comment Matt about Zambia just throwing the thought out there.

Did Lord Buckley drop acid at Lake Tahoe or was it Lake Arrowhead? They say he rapped for twenty four hours.
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 11:06am Doug Schulkind:

You are ON IT, Van!
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:07am Brian in UK:

ngh gramophone. Love it. soon be time for luncheon.
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 11:07am Doug Schulkind:

@Brian in UK:

According to some old friends of his, Lord Buckley's most extraordinary performance may have occurred during a Thanksgiving weekend retreat in the late 1950s at Dr. Janiger's Lake Arrowhead vacation cabin. The result of that performance - Buckley is said to have delivered a non-stop monologue that lasted more than 18 hours - is one of this storys more mysterious elements. "I have never seen a creative process as remarkable as that thing that happened," Janiger said of Buckley's soliloquy. 'I've never seen a human being continuously expound on a variety of subjects in such a refreshing, interesting way over such a long period of time without ever repeating himself. It was a virtuoso performance."
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:08am kat330:

Actually time for a spot of tea for you.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:08am Carmichael:

@james: I'll technically be staying on the California side, but it's less than a mile to the State line. I'll play a little 21, but I'm not much of a gambler. I'll swim in that ice-cold lake and my voice will rise an octave or 2.
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 11:10am Doug Schulkind:

OLYMPICS OPENING CEREMONIES SPOILER ALERT...
At some point during the proceedings, Paul McCartney is going to lead the crowd in a massive, communal singing of "Hey Jude."

Not my idea of a good time, but then again, I don't have a TV.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:10am Matt from Springfield:

All right ""Jagadanandakaraka"! It's a magical word, whenever you manage to say it correctly, the song will start playing wherever you are!
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:11am Brian in UK:

Doug, Oh to have been there. I think!!

kat tea pot at the ready, homemade scones made with buttermilk & homemade apricot conserve. (jam with bits in it).
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:13am Brian in UK:

McCartney is singing na na na nanana in 264 languages.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:13am still b/p:

It would be a better time if they miked hundreds of individual people in the stadium, and kept switching to different ones or a few at a time in turn to be the load vocalists.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:14am Matt from Springfield:

@Brian: What's also impressive is that someone apparently listened to all 18 hours of Lord Buckley and confirmed that he didn't repeat himself!
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:15am david:

now i'm def getting halal food for lunch.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:16am trish:

I'm thinking 'pear preserve with ginger bits'. Good by the spoonful.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:18am Carmichael:

BTW, the guitar in the Diddley pic is a Gretsch Jupiter Thunderbird, 1959.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:20am Brian in UK:

david it is Ramadan.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:22am Brian in UK:

trish I can recommend the rhubarb & ginger, might get mushed in the post.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:22am Paul Sherratt:

Just wondering if this is the first GTDS message direct from WOMAD ? Afternoon all ..
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:22am northguineahills:

When I lived in Gainesville, FL, I saw Bo Diddley twice in the local Oaks Mall (w/in a four year period).
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:25am kat330:

Apricots, yum.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:26am Holly in NC:

This is quite sultry!
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 11:26am Doug Schulkind:

@NGH
I saw Bo Diddley open for the Clash in 1978

@Paul Sherratt
Believe it or not I think you are NOT the first direct message from Womad. But maybe you are.

@trish
Is there a better two-word phrase in the English language than "ginger bits"?
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:26am Mary Ann Kennedy:

Greetings from Womad ... Perfect place to be listening in!
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:27am kat330:

Hey, are you guys giving out Olympics spoilers for us no-cable luddites??
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:27am Brian in UK:

Hey Paul, WOMAD not WOMUD?
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:27am trish:

Hm-mm. Sounds good, Brian.
And oo, lime and ginger goes nicely on fish. I don't think of ginger much outside of winter.
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 11:27am Doug Schulkind:

Hello to you Mary Ann Kennedy! Give Womad my love.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:28am david:

maybe i shouldn't be eating then, brian......
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:28am Brian in UK:

Doug you have BBC Radio 3 listening in. Respect. Mary Ann Kennedy.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:29am Mary Ann Kennedy:

Brian, it's hot and dry and hot
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:29am still b/p:

Burlesque name...Ginger Bitz.
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 11:31am Doug Schulkind:

GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO PROGRAMMING ALERT...
Don't forget to stay tuned to the stream for the hour-long A Rough Mix show from Steinski. It airs immediately following Give the Drummer Some (Noon, Eastern).

The link to the playlist for that show is here:
bit.ly...

Switch over to Steinski's show at noon and keep the conversation conversating.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:32am Brian in UK:

Sounds good, Mary. I'll be catching up later in the week.
Here's a link for the future.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01l8vrv
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:33am Matt from Springfield:

"Soul Sitar"! A classic bed for sure.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:34am northguineahills:

When I saw Bo Diddley, he wasn't playing, he was just shopping.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:35am Carmichael:

You've a fine Irish name, Ms. Kennedy. But you know that.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:35am kat330:

@Brian: Thanks for that link. I'm in the habit of listening to BBC 5 Fridays (9-11 am here) for Kermode & Mayo. It's always a struggle between GTDS and the MaKer guys. But now they're off for a few weeks, so I can be of one mind. :)
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:38am Carmichael:

I've never seen Bo. But I HAVE seen Albert King, Albert Collins, Johnny Copeland, Gatemouth Brown, Professor Longhair. Hmm, others?
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:39am Brian in UK:

kat check the Radio 3 site there are bound to be other programmes like this.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006tp52

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01l1h4q
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 11:39am Doug Schulkind:

@kat330
I can take Kermode & Mayo with one turntable tied behind my back. Ha!
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:39am Aurélie:

ow i Love Geater Davis thanks for this one !!
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:39am Matt from Springfield:

@kat: Seriously? Now the BBC guys are off for a few weeks? Wow, you're either very lucky, or Doug and the BBC are coordinating vacations! ;)
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:39am Brian in UK:

Carmichael have a great break. Is Spencer going along?
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:40am kat330:

Thanks again, Brian, and Doug, I just bet you *can*! :)
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 11:40am Doug Schulkind:

The pleasure is mine, Aurélie!
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:42am kat330:

Yeah, Matt, it worked out so well! Unfortunately, though, while Doug was gone, their broadcasts were endlessly interrupted by -- eeesh -- *football news*, or some breaking news.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:43am Carmichael:

@Brian: yes he is, his 1st vacation. Should be lots of other dogs for him to bristle at.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:44am kat330:

@Carmichael: I got to see Albert King in a really intimate blues club in Chicago. A very memorable, full-moon night it was, too, driving home along the lake.
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 11:45am Doug Schulkind:

@kat330
Carefull, I have a synchronized swimming report coming up... :-)
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:45am Matt from Springfield:

@Aurélie: Still going strong into the early morning hours!
(I actually know where New Caledonia is! How's the weather there right now?)
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:46am Matt from Springfield:

@Doug: ALL CAPS comments ALERTS are much better however, than interrupting the programming!
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:47am kat330:

With the zooming I must do in order to see the typing field, I can easily avoid your spoiler, Doug.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:49am Brian in UK:

I would love to see the Brownlee brothers come 1st & 2nd in the Triathlon. Alistair got his uni Blue at the same time as my daughter got hers.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:50am Van in DC:

So was any of today's program content courtesy of your recent WFMU mothership visit Doug? I think Amanda mentioned you were busily loading up at one point :)
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:52am Aurélie:

@Matt from Springfield attend je regarde dehors.. well it's warm outside, I can see the stars & a little wind shakes the palms :)
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:53am Carmichael:

Boy, does he sound like Hendrix!
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:53am Brian in UK:

Back on mid season form, Doug.
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 11:54am Doug Schulkind:

@Brian
Yes, but I pulled an ear-lobe muscle on that last track. I should have stretched more.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:55am joe:

'ello folks.
Ah able to skate in just in time to say hi
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:55am northguineahills:

New Caledonia has one of the most awesome flags in the world. (Why yes, I am a geographer).
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 11:55am Doug Schulkind:

@Van
I love how closely you listen! I was indeed snarfing up CDs from WFMU's "new bin" during my visit. But no, none of those gems made it onto today's playlist. Soon come!
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 11:56am Doug Schulkind:

'llo Joe!
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:56am kat330:

From wherever and however, been a joy this morning, Doug! Bye everyone! See some of you on the flip side.
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:56am Aurélie:

@northguineahills yeah it's the flag of the pro-independence movement :)
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:57am listener james from westwood:

playlist loaded for the steinski-fest. really enjoyed these past 3 hours. nice to have a normal friday again!
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 11:58am Doug Schulkind:

STEINSKI PLAYLIST LINK...

bit.ly...
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:58am Brian in UK:

This is an amazing story, guess you have seen it already.
http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/searching_for_sugar_man/
  Fri. 7/27/12 11:58am Van in DC:

THANK GOD my Fridays are back to normal, thanks to the Drummer being back! Happy happy joy joy - many thanks Doug! :)
Avatar    Fri. 7/27/12 12:00pm Doug Schulkind:

The joy is a two-way street, Van. I'm yanking on my air-horn right now. Hoooonk hooonk!
  Fri. 7/27/12 12:00pm trish:

gtds - a navigational fix in the ocean of wfmu
  Fri. 7/27/12 12:01pm Matt from Springfield:

'Nother great Drummer edition Doug! Thanks!
  Mon. 8/6/12 7:35am kat330:

Re: my comment above on Fri. 7/27/12 9:37am: Must apologize for my Olympics inaccuracy there! Why I thought Olga garnered a "10" before Nadia, I dunno. Chalk it up to a parallel universe of True Expectations. She SHOULD have been awarded a 10 (or two).
  Mon. 8/6/12 7:44am Doug Schulkind:

@kat330
You're right. Olga *should* have gotten a 10 for that back flip and catch off the top of the uneven bars. Did you know they Olympics have now banned that move?
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