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August 3, 2012 Options
The Laird O' the Drummer Some
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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)

David Houston  Nashville   Options My Elusive Dreams:
Epic Country Hits 1963 - 1974
(T-Bird 1971)
Dick Miller  World's Champion Fool   Options b/w Back Into Your Past
(Toppa 1961)
Charlie Monroe  It's Only a Phonograph   Options Souvenir Songbook
(Golden Country )
Jim Eanes & the Shenandoah Boys  They Locked God Outside the Iron Curtain   Options Jim Eanes & the Shenandoah Boys
(Bear Family 1952)
Jimmy Martin & the Sunny Mountain Boys  Guitar Picking President   Options Jimmy Martin & the Sunny Mountain Boys
(Bear Family 1965)
Danny Dill  He's Biding His Time   Options b/w He Ain't Gonna Study War
(Cub 1959)
Daisy Mae & Old Brother Charlie  I'm Hongry   Options The Pure Hillbilly Sound of...
(Cattle Compact 1948)

Talkover Music:
Arkie Shibley & His Mountain Dew Boys 
Hot Woodpecker Rag   Options Hot Rod Race
(Collector )

Cascatinha e Inhana  Ìndia   Options Ìndia, Volume 1
(Revivendo Músicas Comérico de Discos )
Wilson Simonal  Você Abusou   Options Jóia, Jóia
(Odeon 1971)
Elza Soares  Convite Ao Samba   Options Na Roda do Samba
(Odeon 1964)
Merlin's Message  Requiem a Brian Jones   Options Baby Baby
(California 1969)
Arnaldo Antunes / Edgard Scandurra / Toumani Diabate  Se Você   Options A Curva Da Cintura
(A Curva Da Cintura 2012)
Yumbala (feat. Circuito Feixado)  Yumbala (feat. Circuito Feixado)   Options Batida
(Soundway 2012)

Talkover Music:
Nicola Conte 
Forma 2000   Options Bossa Per Due
(ESL 2000)

Richard Felciano  Glossolalia   Options Richard Felciano/Lou Harrison
(Cambridge )
Tomutonttu  Luominen Jäi Kesken   Options Elävänä Planeetalla
(New Images 2011)
Francis Bebey  New Track   Options African Electronic Music 1975-1982
(Born Bad 1982)
Andromeda Mega Express Orchestra  Hektra Mumma Gulla   Options Bum Bum
(Alien Transistor 2012)

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

John Jacob Niles  Little Mattie Groves   Options The Boone-Tolliver Recordings
(L.M. Duplication 1950s)
Mairi Morrison & Alasdair Roberts  The Laird o' the Drum   Options Urstan
(Drag City 2012)
John Doe & Exene Cervenka  Beyond You   Options Singing and Playing
(Moonlight Graham 2010)
Leonard Cohen  Sing Another Song, Boys   Options Songs of Love and Hate
(Columbia 1970)
The Lonesome Sisters  Long Time Sun   Options Deep Water
(Tin Halo 2012)

Talkover Music:
Thai Elephant Orchestra 
Heavy Logs   Options Thai Elephant Orchestra
(Mulatta 2000)

Astley Dixon  Put No Blame on the Master   Options Put No Blame on the Master:
Jamaican Gospel Volume 2
(Social Music )
Shirley Ann Lee  Medley: Consider Me
You've Been So Good to Me
Blessed Assurance
How Can I Lose   Options

John Gary Williams  The Whole Damn World Is Going Crazy   Options b/w Ask the Lonely
(Stax 1974)
Homer Banks  A Lot of Love   Options
Brother Bill  Wha's Happ'nin   Options Boddie Recording Company: Bounty
(Numero Group )

Talkover Music:
Jackie Mittoo 
Death in the Arena   Options

The Real Sounds  Osweli Ngaimbanda   Options Harare
(Zimbabwe ZML 1984)
Witch  Chifundo   Options Lukombo Vibes
Ebo Taylor  Abonsam   Options Appia Kwa Bridge
(Strut 2012)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 8/3/12 8:44am Van in DC:

Bang Bang! Hiya Doug, hope you have lots of ammo today!
  Fri. 8/3/12 8:46am Brian in UK:

Hello Doug, Van. Pistols @ Dawn. Lovely girl.
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 8:47am Doug Schulkind:

Good morning, Van! I am armed to the ears!

And hallooooo Brian on Mount Olympus.
  Fri. 8/3/12 8:48am duke:

Draw pardner!
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 8:49am Doug Schulkind:

Hiya there Duke.
  Fri. 8/3/12 8:50am Brian in UK:

I think it is you that is going for the record today, Doug. Hope that training camp in Maine delivers.
  Fri. 8/3/12 8:50am holland oats:

morning sirs
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 8:51am Doug Schulkind:

Why go to Holland when holland comes to us?
  Fri. 8/3/12 8:52am listener james from westwood:

that record's got the drop on me!
mornin', doug, and happy friday, all!
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 8:53am Doug Schulkind:

You think maybe this Thai record label translates as "Shooting Star" ??
  Fri. 8/3/12 8:53am listener james from westwood:

brian, i have a reply to your daughter's proofreading query in the works. it's been delayed b/c i keep adding to it as more information comes to mind. it'll be in her hands soon!
  Fri. 8/3/12 8:54am Michael:

Hey now Doug. Hey now all. Hey now Friday!
  Fri. 8/3/12 8:54am Van in DC:

You'll probably have to tell US Doug...all I can tell is that the word "Pepsi" isn't on it ha ha :)
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 8:56am Doug Schulkind:

Oi oi oi, Michael!

@Van
Your translation made me thirsty.
  Fri. 8/3/12 8:59am Van in DC:

It was the only word I learned how to read in Thai. Seriously :)

Nice tunage on the stream by the way, enjoying this
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 9:01am Doug Schulkind:

And awaaaay, we go.
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:01am listener james from westwood:

and this is when the volume on the computer goes UUUUUUP
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:01am Brian in UK:

Thanks James.

Van I was enjoying the rock 'n roll too.
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 9:02am Doug Schulkind:

@LJFW
If a conference call shows up, let me talk to the little bastard.
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:05am listener james from westwood:

I'm leaving the phone off the hook. Interruptions have plagued my GTDR diet this week. This show I'm eating from snout to tail. With Steinski for dessert.
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 9:07am Doug Schulkind:

I always knew you were offa the hook, LJFW.
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:08am Van in DC:

This tune doesn't need more cowbell, it needs more power saw :)
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 9:08am Doug Schulkind:

What the world really needs is a power cowbell.
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:08am listener james from westwood:

oh, chik-fil-atio. you so crazy.
to quote something i saw on fb, mike huckabee declared homosexuality a public health problem, yet he's calling for people to eat a shitload of fast food. ??!
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:09am kat330:

'Mornin', Doug! A nice steady rain's a-fallin' here finally. If you need it, then sending it on to P-burgh.
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 9:11am Doug Schulkind:

That is mighty fine news, kat330. We will take it. Good morning!
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 9:13am Doug Schulkind:

Daily Kos presented their Tweet of the Day:

"Black first lady asks Americans to eat healthy: Socialist. Heavy white Gov asks Americans to eat crap to hate gays: Hero."
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:15am joe:

'ello folks
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:16am Paul Sherratt:

Great distracting and calming tunes, thanks Doug. Just popped out to the Post Office where the person serving didn't know the price of regular 2nd class stamp.. and got back to find that the 20 week old pup had got up and emptied the sink of knives , mugs and a former wine glass ..
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 9:17am Doug Schulkind:

Keep calm and carry on, Paul Sherratt!
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 9:17am Doug Schulkind:

Say it IS so, Joe.
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:17am joe:

I think They Locked God... is my new favorite song :)
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:18am listener james from westwood:

@paul, if the pup's that keen on doing dishes, i'll put him or her to work over here in a trice!
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:18am listener james from westwood:

ah, the grand tradition of recruiting god for anticommunism. notably not consulted: god.
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:19am joe:

It's so It's so
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:21am Paul Sherratt:

james,

A deal. He'll love that - spends as much time as possible in the dishwasher as it is ..

' Kos ' ... as in lettuce ?
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 9:22am Doug Schulkind:

Daily Kos: www.dailykos.com

Consistently excellent leftist political commentary
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 9:23am Doug Schulkind:

This next song by Daisy Mae and Brother Charle: At first I thought it was a novelty number. Then I decided it was deadly serious.
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:26am Parq:

Hey all. DrumSum, somehow that last song was bringing me down, I dunno ...
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:28am kat330:

OK, finally fixed a nagging problem with my soundcloud site and am back. Now, where are we... hm, dishwashing dogs and leftist lettuce?
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:28am listener james from westwood:

i've probably said it before, but that piano break in the arkie cut is one of my very favorites.
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:29am kat330:

Parq! Where you been lately? Etched in memory is your reaction to my hanging clothes way back when I first joined the commenting community. :)
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:29am joe:

"Ain't going to study war" that is commie talk from Danny Dill
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:33am Parq:

Have been on vacation and sleeping late. Today's my last day off, but I'm up a little early waiting for the super. Long story.
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:33am kat330:

Ah, sweet harmony.
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 9:34am Doug Schulkind:

Parq and Recreation!
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:36am kat330:

Ha, Doug! YOUR vacation certainly sharpened your wit. :)
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:36am Paul Sherratt:

Needed to see what that couple looked like
http://tinyurl.com/c523f84
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 9:37am Doug Schulkind:

@kat330
Ouch! Just pricked myself.
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:41am kat330:

@Paul: That was several hours in the beauty shop, I'd wager.
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 9:43am Doug Schulkind:

Nice for Brian Jones to get mentioned in the same breath as Martin Luther King, Jr. in this number!
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:47am ricardo montalban:

Cool show, Doug!
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:48am Van in DC:

new bin find?
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:48am kat330:

As was yours on Tuesday, Rich!
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 9:50am Doug Schulkind:

Hola Ricardo! You were mighty fine on Tuesday.

@Van This Batida and the Arnaldo Antunes are indeed BOTH from WFMU's new bin.
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:52am kat330:

Noticed the FMU community is trending to Spanish and going Latinate of late. What's up with that?
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:55am ricardo montalban:

@Doug: Gracias, Doug. Was lots of fun. Hope everybody dug it!
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:56am kat330:

@Ricardo: Yep, as I said just above Doug.
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:57am ricardo montalban:

:)
  Fri. 8/3/12 9:59am Paul Sherratt:

kat,
Several hours at the very least. Here's one they made earlier: http://tinyurl.com/c3lmk2y
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:00am ricardo montalban:

You should show us a pic of the new bin, Doug. I'll bet it's drool-inducing.
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:03am kat330:

Oooh, I like that one much better! Thanks, Paul!
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:04am Paul Sherratt:

ricardo
Flick over to this : http://bit.ly/T6oiUA
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:05am Van in DC:

I was just going to say that I remember seeing the new bin picture on FMU's flickr before
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:06am kat330:

Doug, is there an errant "i" in Richard's surname?
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 10:07am Doug Schulkind:

@Paul Sherratt
Thanks for the photo detective work!

@kat330
I noticed an influx of Spanish-language discs in the WFMU new bin. Oddities from Peru and Colombia amongst other things. The new bin is a huge influence on WFMU's general programming. I actually have always felt it was TOO MUCH an influence. Many years ago, I conceived and implemented at WFMU an OLD BIN — a place to pull out old gems from the library and give them new prominence.
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 10:09am Doug Schulkind:

I mispronounced Felciano's name as "Feliciano." When I looked at my notes, I figured I made a typo and self-corrected incorrectly. Whoops! Apologies to Mr. Felciano (who I bet gets that all the time.)
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:10am kat330:

Good on ya for that, and though I'm still too new to the overall programming to make that claim, I've also noted a bias to the new.
Ah, then good on that non-typo, too! :)
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:12am Michael Pollak:

Loving Glossalalia. Any cool anecdotes?
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 10:14am Doug Schulkind:

At most stations, a "bias to the new" (as you wonderfully put it, kat330) would result in an emphasis on newly recorded sounds. At WFMU at least, the "new" includes all records that are new to the library, which includes old records in the mix. Still though, in it's way, the new bin is kind of a commercial product placement in the middle of WFMU. Labels get prominent placement for their "product" in return for sending it in for free.
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:14am northguineahills:

Well, this is a different drummer. Would love to hear the Lou Harrison side.
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:14am duke:

Maybe everyone has already seen this, but I just stumbled on a great interview with Mr. Drummer himself: http://exm.nr/LxXmqo
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 10:14am Doug Schulkind:

@Michael Pollak
bit.ly...
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:15am Paul Sherratt:

Given only one choice I would select 'The Old Bin', everytime.
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:15am Parq:

I had long felt that there was too little Hispanic music in the FMU mix. As I rejoiced when country music made its big FMU come-on in the late 80s, so am I rejoicing to hear so much Spanish nowadays.
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 10:16am Doug Schulkind:

@NGH
The Lou Harrison tracks (there are two in addition to the one from Felciano) are lovely gamelan-tinged numbers. One, "In Celebration of Golden Rain," is particularly enchanting.
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:16am kat330:

Finland in the house, yay!
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 10:18am Doug Schulkind:

@Parq
The (re)discovery of the chicha scene in Peru has been a big part of the move to scour the Latin American music universe, new and old.
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 10:18am Doug Schulkind:

@kat330
Nice catch on the Finnish connection. Then again, you are an expert.
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:19am kat330:

Say, thanks for the link, Duke!
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:19am Michael Pollak:

Thanks for the glossalalia URL. BTW, I'm running into odd problems with your comments column -- the right side cuts off instead of wrapping unless I expand to the entire screen -- which then seems to stumble over itself when my comment gets checked. Is it a known problem with a known fix? My browser is Safari, on an Apple running Lion. If not, I can deal, just curious if there is a better way.
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:21am Michael Pollak:

IGNORE LAST COMMENT. I finally got the knack for gently grabbing the left edge and expanding it that way. Didn't seem like an option before.
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 10:21am Doug Schulkind:

@Michael
I am having the same wrapping issue with the comments. And I am using Safari, too. Not sure what the deal is. My guess is, quitting and restarting Safari might work. I am too chicken to do it in the middle of the show.
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:23am northguineahills:

I have the same problem w/ Chrome. It just started this week.
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:23am Van in DC:

Literally "New Track"?
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:24am Van in DC:

yep, guess so :)
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 10:24am Doug Schulkind:

I just looked under the hood of the playlist page and its comments function, and everything looks nornal and unchanged. Maybe the alien invasion has begun?

@Van
Yup, literally!
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 10:25am Doug Schulkind:

At list it was new in '82.
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:26am kat330:

Love the Billie Holiday anecdote in the DS interview. And the Alan Watts' lectures: I caught all of those between Boston and L.A. Wonderful!
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 10:27am Doug Schulkind:

This Andromeda Mega Express is piping in record surface noise, just for fun. I LOVE the sound of scratchy records on digital sources.
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:28am kat330:

This AMEX Orchestra, as I've dubbed it, is a fave play of Irwin in recent weeks.
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:30am Brian in UK:

No problem on Scott's comments column. Nyah!
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 10:31am Doug Schulkind:

@kat330
I sent Irwin this record after discovering that one of the tracks sounded a lot like Raymond Scott (whose estate Irwin represents).
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:32am kat330:

Well, I'm not having a comments column problem, and my PC + Firefox seems prone to problems others never have. Shows to go ya.
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 10:32am Doug Schulkind:

@Brian in UK
Maybe Scott's listeners aren't as long-winded as those gathered here. (The more wind, the better methinks.)
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:32am Van in DC:

Sounds like a caseette tape being pressed over and over...? :)
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:34am joe:

I love the photo of Andromeda Mega Express Orch on their website of them in the empty pool playing.
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:37am trss:

re: wrapping
Oh hey, same same. Doesn't look like a a wrap issue so much as a fixed width issue. width: 676 px; ? wtf

Hiya.
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:38am kat330:

http://tinyurl.com/cospb58 for those such as myself who hadn't seen it.
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:39am ricardo montalban:

Fun show, Doug! I gotta drive to work (I'm too dumb for a smarty phone), but I'll try to catch the rest of the show when I land at my desk.
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:40am kat330:

Bye, Rich! [And I'm too cheap for a smarty phone]
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:41am Brian in UK:

That thought did cross my mind, Doug but being Ingerlish one would never be so crude as to mention it like what I just did. Oh bugger. That must be the Irish bit coming out.
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:41am Van in DC:

@kat - thanks!

@Doug - loving the surface noise :)
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:41am jill:

Good morning Drummer, etal.
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 10:41am Doug Schulkind:

Happy landing, Ricardo!
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:43am trss:

(Quick individual fix is to hover your cursor over the left edge of the comments until the cursor changes and click+drag to the left to expand it to fit the 600px+ width of the comments. aka resize the frames)
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:45am Van in DC:

I heard it the first time, not the second ?
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:48am holland oats:

there was somewhat riveting footage of niles on one o' them pbs thingies once, no? scorsese's blues maybe?
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 10:48am Doug Schulkind:

Hi Jill!

and

Hi trss!
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:49am holland oats:

...of them pbs docs, scorsese's blues maybe?
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:49am Michael Pollak:

FWIW, this is my first John Jacob Niles, and I like it immediately.
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 10:49am Doug Schulkind:

@holland oats
I remember that Niles footage, too. Might it have been on a Bob Dylan doc? I know Bobby counts JJN as an early influence.
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:49am Parq:

I'm running Firefox on Mountain Lion and all's fine. But I was having the over-size problem on my work puter, running MSIE on a 12 or so year old version of Windows for networks.
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:49am holland oats:

oops my window is scrolling left/right, meh
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:50am holland oats:

yeah scorsese's bob, yup
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:51am holland oats:

why is my window doing this?!?
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 10:51am Doug Schulkind:

Found this: bo.st...

"The scene was fleeting, barely more than a minute, but it lingered long after the film ended. In “No Direction Home,” Martin Scorsese’s 2005 documentary about Bob Dylan’s journey, Appalachian folk musician John Jacob Niles is seen in archival footage performing presumably in the 1950s. Dylan recalls hearing Niles’s music early in his life, and it’s hard to imagine you ever forget Niles’s voice. He sang in an operatic falsetto, acting out the various perspectives, both male and female, of the traditional ballads he wrote and collected as a storyteller. He was the embodiment of the Old Weird America before that term even existed. “The Boone-Tolliver Recordings” is as good as any place to start in Niles’s slim discography. Released on L.M. Duplication, a small label founded by Jeremy Barnes and Heather Trost of the band A Hawk and a Hacksaw, the album compiles the two EPs Niles recorded at home in the ’50s, accompanying himself simply on dulcimer. In their stark intimacy, the songs — just Niles’s voice — impart the same sensation: They transcend time and place."
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:51am Brian in UK:

When will that dumb Matty ever learn?
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:54am duke:

I had only heard Fairport Convention's version of this. I'm going to track down more Niles.
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:55am duke:

Looks like there's a bunch of Niles' stuff on Youtube.
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:56am holland oats:

miles of niles
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:57am Brian in UK:

Martin Simpson does a great version in what you might call more trad style. No hand over ears though. He is a top notch guitarist too.
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:57am holland oats:

srsly, is anyone else getting a right/left scrollbar in comments window?
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 10:57am Doug Schulkind:

@Brian in UK
Okay, I'll ask: Who is dumb Matty?
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:58am kat330:

Backing up: Doug, if you ever want backup beep sounds, I've no shortage in my neighborhood. I'll send them along with our morning rain.

And regarding Mattie Groves: I learned the Joan Baez version -- ALL the many verses -- around the same time I committed Dylan's first several albums to memory. It was so nice to have a sponge-mind in my youth.
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 10:59am Doug Schulkind:

Ah! Dumb Mattie!
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:59am Paul Sherratt:

2012 has been Alasdair Roberts Year in this house. ( Just sent you a pic, Doug )
  Fri. 8/3/12 10:59am kat330:

Now I rely on my dear Finn's sponge-mind. :)
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:00am northguineahills:

I first came across Mattie Groves via Fairport.
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:01am Paul Sherratt:

My hand is over the ears is for most folk, Brian !
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:03am El Thatchmo:

Cohen and his Quaaludes!
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:03am Paul Sherratt:

My hand is over the ears for most folk, Brian !
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:04am jk:

morning everyone! I overslept and missed most of the show. good lookin record up there, Doug.
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:04am Van in DC:

Leonard Cohen is always most welcome....GREAT SET Doug!
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:06am Brian in UK:

Know what you mean, Paul. Mr Simpson is an honourable exception. Nowt as queer as folk.
Was Womad good?
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 11:08am Doug Schulkind:

@jk
Sleep trumps all. Good morning to you.

@Van
Thanks man. One more coming after this sublime Leonard.

@Thatchmo
Leonard Cohen on quaaludes? Should I segue into Coltrane on acid ("Live in Seattle")?
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:08am Brian in UK:

@El Thatchmo The Honda Quaalude, such a smooth car you can sleep whilst you drive.
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:10am kat330:

This "Long Time Sun" is borrowing melody from "Wild Mountain Thyme," a favorite folksong of mine.
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 11:10am Doug Schulkind:

I still sing my daughter to sleep with this song, albeit with the original melody, not this gorgeous re-working. I miss my girl. She's at summer camp for another 9 days.
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:12am Van in DC:

Nice find, this :) I may have to go dig this one up
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:13am Paul Sherratt:

El Thatchmo :
http://tinyurl.com/cfd9jev
Brian,
I eventually entered in to swing of WOMAD on Sunday ! Actually really enjoyed the Robert Plant set but got the impression that several thousand others were not over-keen. Omar Pene and his guitarist were a highlight.
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 11:13am Doug Schulkind:

GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO PROGRAMMING ALERT...
Don't forget, Steinski's A Rough Mix show follows GTDS immediately after.

Playlist for Steinski here: bit.ly...
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:13am El Thatchmo:

Paul Anka on Viagra:
http://bit.ly/OvQBbR
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:16am kat330:

Had to climb down off my trampoline to thank you for the shoutout, Doug! And the sun just came out from behind a cloud, too. :)
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:18am kat330:

@Paul, at both 11:01 and 11:03: Similarly I had to put hands to ears yesterday when Liz Phair appeared on the GTDR stream.
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 11:22am Doug Schulkind:

@kate330
Liz Phair was on the stream? Must have a track on a compilation I loaded.
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:23am Paul Sherratt:

kat, Doug, Wild Mountain Thyme, do you have The McPeake Family album with that title ?
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:24am kat330:

@Paul: [Now off the tramp. for good.] Again, it was Baez' version I learned it from. Did Judy Collin cover it, too? I'll check.
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:25am Van in DC:

Wait. Doug, you have Liz Phair on the stream but apparently no Kate Bush? This is a travesty.





;)
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:25am kat330:

Yep, Judy Blue Eyes did, too. Now I'm unsure where I heard / learned it first.
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:26am kat330:

I'm sorry, Doug, not THE stream -- specifically on Chazaloo's BDN.
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 11:28am Doug Schulkind:

@kat330
Aha! Thanks for clarifying about the Liz Phair "fiasco."
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:29am northguineahills:

Bill Doss of Olivia Tremor Control, Apples in Stereo, etc, died Monday, just found out.
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:29am kat330:

:) Hope I wasn't been unPhair.
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 11:30am Doug Schulkind:

Give the Drummer Radio: "Phair and Balanced"
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:32am kat330:

Doug, for someone draggin' on 5-6 hours sleep, you're still whip-quick with a quip. :)
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:34am Alex in Illinois:

Of course I am having the left/right scrolling width issue like most. Fairport's version of Mattie Groves was the first one I heard. This John Jacob Niles one is out of this world! Thanks for the article on Niles, Doug!
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 11:34am Doug Schulkind:

@Kat330
I am on auto-pun-pilot. The thing operates complete independently from me. In fact, I am currently fast asl....
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 11:35am Doug Schulkind:

Hi Alex!
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 11:36am Doug Schulkind:

R.I.P. Bill Doss. Much loved. Outrageously missed.
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:37am holland oats:

great show as always doug - catch ya "on the flipside" as the kids say!
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:38am kat330:

@Paul: Just searched up the McPeake Family to find out Rod Stewart covered WMT, too?? Yikes, he's another hands-on-ears artist for me, heh!
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 11:40am Doug Schulkind:

Seeya, holland oats! I hope you stay strong in your weekend condition.

@kat330
I love old Roddy. "You Wear It Well" is a personal all-timer for me.
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:40am kat330:

None of the other track titles ring a bell -- maybe "Cock Robin"? -- though probably I'd recognize (recognise for you ;) "The Derry Hornpipe" and "Juanita" if it's the well-known one.
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:42am Kenzo (lastever):

Clearly I need to auto-shrink URL's in the future...
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:42am kat330:

Oooh, ooooh, I've now GOT to hear the Mark Knopfler cover of Wild Mountain Thyme!
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:43am Paul Sherratt:

kat,
I'm sure Rod once had a career boost with a spin on GTDS ..
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:43am Kenzo (lastever):

(Super-long URL's are sending the column into ultra-wide scroll mode in most browsers.)
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:44am duke:

@kat330 I really liked Ol' Rod's first couple of solo albums, especially Gasoline Alley. I was recently in the car with my mother-in-law and she put in a Rod CD with him singing standards. I almost had to jump out of the car. His recent stuff is definitely hands over ears.
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:44am kat330:

@Paul: Heh! And here's the Knopfler: http://bit.ly/MD3uAy
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:46am kat330:

Oops, Kenzo -- I'm very guilty of posting the long URLs, though my browser (Firefox on Windows Vista) is not having the problem
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:46am listener james from westwood:

no conference calls made for a very lovely trip thru drummerland. tho' i did have to admit building maintenance for a look at the loo. didn't stop the music!
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:47am Paul Sherratt:

kat, ' Juanita ' is an instrumental on that album.
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:47am kat330:

@Doug: I've held this Rod the Mod convo before on FMU. It's not just the sore-throat inducing vocals, it's something to do with the personality he projects. Different strokes, as the saying goes.
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:49am Paul Sherratt:

Sorry Kenzo ! How do you shorten 'em ?
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:49am kat330:

That last should have been for duke -- but Doug, too.
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:50am Van in DC:

I also have no URL issues Mr. Kenzo. (Firefox on Win 7)
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:55am kat330:

Van, I think I mistyped above. I also have Windows 7, not Vista. Must be some connection between Win 7, Firefox and moving a lot. :)
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 11:55am Doug Schulkind:

Ha!! I shortened all the URL and now no wrapping problem. Kenzo is a genius (but we knew that). Thanks Kenzo.
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:55am joe:

I love this Witch I'm going to have to track more down.
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:55am kat330:

Sir Douglas, thanks for a mighty fine audio pathway to the weekend! On the flip, after victuals!
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:57am duke:

Another fine show. Thanks Mr. Drummer
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 11:58am Doug Schulkind:

Paul, go to a URL shortener page (Google it) like Tinyurl or Bitly. You cut and paste in the long URL and it feeds you a shortened version. Works like charm.
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 11:58am Doug Schulkind:

THANKS for hanging with me gang! Stay tuned for Steinski:

bit.ly...
  Fri. 8/3/12 11:59am Van in DC:

Thanks Doug! Happy weekend to everyone!
  Fri. 8/3/12 12:01pm Paul Sherratt:

Was thinking about Ebo Taylor this only am - to include him on a Ghana tunes tape for an eighty something chap I met yesterday who'd spent a few years in Accra as a banker. What does the team think ? !
  Fri. 8/3/12 12:01pm listener james from westwood:

always fun going over the falls in a drum!
  Fri. 8/3/12 12:02pm Paul Sherratt:

Thanks Doug, for the the show and the shortening ..
  Fri. 8/3/12 12:03pm joe:

Thank's Doug great job as usal see you down the block in a bit.
  Fri. 8/3/12 12:04pm Ricardo Montalban:

Thanks, Doug! Lotsa fun!
Avatar    Fri. 8/3/12 12:04pm Doug Schulkind:

Woo and hoo everyone!
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