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August 10, 2012 Options
¡Rrrriapatopo!
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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)

Celia Cruz con la Sonora Matancera  La Danza del Cocoye   Options La Guarachera De Cuba
(Tumbao )
Latin Playboys  Viva La Raza   Options Latin Playboys
(Slash/Warner Bros. 1994)
Ismael Rivera y Sus Cachimbos  Magoo's Boogaloo   Options De Colores
(Tico 1968)
Los Corraleros de Majagual   Rrrriapatopo   Options ¡Grito Parrandero!
(Discos Fuentes 1966)
Coco Lagos y Sus Locos  Pancho Foo   Options Así... No...
(Centenario 1974)
La Tigresa del Oriente y Sus Tigrillas  Anaconda   Options De la Selva, Su Cumbia
(Silbando )
Kon Ohmura, Gannosuke Ashiya & Kogan Ashiya  Decchi Mambo No. Kakkun (Shopkeeper Mambo Nr. Spasm)   Options
Los Hermanos Rivera  Por Culpa de Ella   Options Lost Classics of Salsa, Volume 2
(Libertad )

Talkover Music:
Emil Richards 
Turquoise (December)   Options New Sound Element "Stones"
(Uni 1966)

Tom Hiona  Kū 'oe i ka'u wahi 'Ōhelo   Options Hawaiian Drum Dance Chants: Sounds of Power in Time
(Smithsonian/Folkways 1989)
Miss Ninja & the Sweet Java Islanders  Terang Boelan   Options Rhythm of the Islands: Music of Hawaii 1913-1952
(Harlequin )
Kanui & Lula  Pue Carnation   Options On a Coconut Island: Music of Hawaii
(Harlequin )
Sol Hoopii  Radio Blues   Options Honolulu to Hollywood: Jazz, Blues & Popular Specialties Performed Hawaiian Style
(The Old Masters 1927)
Jenks "Tex" Carman  Sweet Luwanna   Options Hillbilly Hula
(Bear Family 1954)
Kilima Hawaiians  Nur Ein Lied Seiner Gitarre   Options Es Hängt Ein Pferdehalfter an der Wand
(Bear Family 1953)
Jimmie Tarlton (w/Tom Darby)  My Little Blue Heaven   Options Slidin' on the Frets: The Hawaiian Steel Guitar Phenomenon
(Yazoo 1930)
Jay Epae  Putti Putti   Options Rock-a-Hula Bop
(Doji 1961)
The Uptown Hawaiians  Hawaiian Bathtub   Options The Uptown Hawaiians

Talkover Music:
Glenn Lee 
Joyful Sounds   Options Sacred Steel Instrumentals
(Arhoolie )

Tia Blake & Her Folk-Group  The Rising of the Moon   Options Folksongs & Ballads
(SFP 1971)
Gisela May  Der Graben   Options Gisela May Singt Tucholsky
(Amiga 1967)
The Downtown Sister, New Heaven  What Are They Doing in Heaven   Options Gospel and Spirituals
(Joker 1971)
Ângela Maria  Lembranças   Options Presença de Ângela Maria
(RCA Victor )
Gabi Lunca  Suparata Sunt Pe Lume   Options Sounds From a Bygone Age, Volume 5
(Asphalt Tango )
Hongthong Daoudon  Mai Mi Nam Ta Chak Sieow   Options Phu Chai Saraphat Phit
(T. Express )

Talkover Music:
Ziad Rahbani 
Second Introduction   Options Bennesbeh Labokra...Chou?
(Relax-In 1978)

Maneri Ensemble  Before the Sermon   Options Going to Church
(AUM Fidelity 2000)
Joe McPhee  Cosmic Love   Options Sound on Sound: Solo 1968-1973
(Corbett vs. Dempsey 1970)
Nathan Davis, Akagündüz Kutbay & Emin Findikoglu  Çeçen Kizi   Options TRT: Ara Müzikleri
(Yonca 1977)
Chet Baker / Art Pepper / Phil Urso  For Minors Only   Options Picture of Heath
(World Pacific 1957)
Count Basie & His Orchestra  Japan   Options Afrique
(Flying Dutchman 1971)
Donald Harrison Jr.  Hu-Ta-Nay   Options Indian Blues
(Candid 1992)

Talkover Music:
Odell Brown & the Organ-izers 
Tough Tip   Options Ducky
(Cadet 1968)

Abdel Halim Hafez  Touba   Options b/w Ahwak
(Cairophon 1961)
Abu Sultan  Your Love Made My Head Hurt   Options Dabke: Sounds of the Syrian Houran
(Sham Palace 2012)
El-Abranis  Athedjaladde   Options Waking Up Scheherazade:
Arabian Garage Psych Nuggets from the 60s and Early 70s, Volume 1
(Grey Past 1972)

Talkover Music:
Milt Jackson 
Olinga   Options Olinga
(CTI 1974)

El Pauling & Royal Abbit  Now Baby Don't Do It   Options b/w Everybody Knows
(Federal 1960)
Oscar Bishop  Oscar's Dog   Options b/w (Gonna Have To) Put You Down
(Maxine 1969)
George Byrd & the Dominoes  It Ain't No Harm   Options Hall of Fame: Rare and Unissued Gems from the Fame Vaults
(Ace )
George Pepp  The Feeling Is Real   Options For Millionaires Only, Volume 3:
The Rarest Norther Soul 45s
(Goldmine/Soul Supply )
Famous George  Last Night   Options Twistin' Rumble, Volume 2
(TR )
Darrell Banks  You Better Go   Options Darrell Banks Is Here!
(Atco 1967)
Sugar Pie DeSanto  Go Go Power   Options
(Checker )

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 8/10/12 8:33am Brian in UK:

Howdy Doo Dee Doug. Ah, the slide trombone.
  Fri. 8/10/12 8:40am duke:

In other news:
Woman defends herself against horn attack with trombone slide.
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 8:42am Doug Schulkind:

@Brian in UK and Duke
No female trombonists were harmed during the making of this broadcast.
  Fri. 8/10/12 8:50am Matt from Springfield:

Hiya Doug! Hiya Brian, duke!

I'm off work because I'm leaving for a family reunion in PA today--stopping by to wish everyone a wonderful show and wonderful weekend!
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 8:52am Doug Schulkind:

@Matt
Your family in Pittsburgh is waiting with open arms and stewpots overflowing with kielbasi!
  Fri. 8/10/12 8:55am Matt from Springfield:

Unfortunately I'm not near Studio P (Bressler, central PA), but you've got the rest of that vibe down! Say hello to any Slovenians/Croatians in the Pittsburgh area for me!
  Fri. 8/10/12 8:56am Matt from Springfield:

Hurry Doug! Keep a bottle of Purell if there's no time to wash your hands!
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 8:57am Doug Schulkind:

Sorry Matt but central PA scares the kielbasi out of me. I gotta wash my hands just thinking about it.
  Fri. 8/10/12 8:58am Matt from Springfield:

Listening from home, which is *civilized*--you can listen to any stream, on any software here. I can even say that the African piece before this was "Alhaja Queen Salawa Abeni - Ere Iawa se" -- because I can SEE that with Winamp!
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:00am Matt from Springfield:

9:00 -- ready for takeoff.
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:01am Brian in UK:

Hey Matt, Ain't life grand.
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:01am listener james from westwood:

happy drummer day, all!
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 9:02am Doug Schulkind:

And awaaaay we go. You may only smoke on board if you share it with the pilot.
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:02am Matt from Springfield:

Life's grandness is only going up, at least in the short term!
Happy Drummer Day, LJFW!
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 9:04am Doug Schulkind:

Oi oi oi, LJFW!
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:05am monica:

morning, doug! lovely pic there.
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:07am still b/p:

You may feel like a Mars rover as your promo notifimicationism says this morning....I'm feeling like this dingus here:
http://tinyurl.com/c8vql8v
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 9:08am Doug Schulkind:

Oh hey Monica!
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:09am ?:

If I do say so myself, it was with near-olympic synchro timing that the final brush-stroke of the second coat of paint was applied to the porch. Just as the opening theme cranked up. Afternoon all and sunny.
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:09am Michael:

Morning Doug and fellow travellers - ready to be primed for the weekend with Drummer Some.
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 9:09am Doug Schulkind:

Get the bucket brigade for still b/p!! I'll try to play some extra wet music.
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:11am Matt from Springfield:

Gotta finish getting ready but will keep the sound blaring, so consider me a silent partner to the rest of the proceedings. A rare catch of the opening and pre-chat for the early Friday show! Have a wonderful weekend all!
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:11am seang:

yeah man, love this track
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 9:12am Doug Schulkind:

Greetings to you ? and to you, too, Michael. And even to you, seang! No, especially to you.
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:13am Paul Sherratt ?:

Answers on a postcard. I have this fine Latin Playboys - thanks to a former Brooklyn inhabitant.
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:14am still b/p:

Yes, yes, Sons of the Pioneers: Cool Water.
Or in case of more intense emergency, Louis & Keely...'only your kiss...put out the fire!"
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 9:15am Doug Schulkind:

Howdy Paul!
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:18am Brian in UK:

We guessed it was you Paul. I dream of owning a Porsche.
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:20am Paul Sherratt:

Good afternoon, Sir Doug! ( It's nearly 80F here )
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 9:21am Doug Schulkind:

My friends all have Portches and I'm stuck with a Mercedes Bench.

@Paul
I am a man of the world. You can give it to me in Celsius.
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:22am Paul Sherratt:

Brian, if you get one, best not to ask me paint it ..
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 9:22am Doug Schulkind:

Wait a minute. You call me "Sir Doug." Is the Queen there with you? (I am curtseying just in case.)
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:22am kat330:

Hello!! Doug, Matt, Brian, LJfW, Monica, Michae, seang, Paull & sb/p!
Been listening while I did my morning constitutional, but now that's done.
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 9:24am Doug Schulkind:

Hail! Hail! kat330 is here!
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:24am kat330:

Ooops, the typos are still haunting -- um, take Paul's extra "L" and give it to Michael. :)
[And I just pulled your nice note, Matt -- thanks, and have a great family reune!]
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:25am kat330:

Reminds me, I went back to Amanda's list after the fact and saw you kindly deleted a horrific grammar error -- many thanks for having my back, good sir! :)
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:26am Brian in UK:

Paul, never even had a Corgi model, did have James Bonds' Aston Martin though.
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:27am still b/p:

If the Queen's aboard, no one can speak until she does, eat until she eats, or drum until she drums. And doooon't touch her!
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:28am Paul Sherratt:

She's not about at the moment, probably getting some drink in for the weekend. No, citizens of this Isle can suggest honours recipients and now that Mr Sahm has left us, well, there's a gap that needs filling ..
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 9:30am Doug Schulkind:

@kat330
My pleasure. I am an out-of-work copyeditor What the hell else is there for me to do?
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:31am Brian in UK:

still b/p she is very small though not as small as the 4' 11" Korean weight lifter who lifted THREE times his own weight. Well not his own weight but metal things on a bar.
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:31am kat330:

And thanks also, Doug, for the Latin Playboys.

For fans of Pete Seeger: The superhuman 93-yr-old was interviewed and performed on Monday's (08-06-2012) "Colbert Report." I hadn't known about it until I went back to watch it yesterday. Excellent.
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:36am Paul Sherratt:

Brian, never wanted one - bit useless when transporting the queen's corgis. Neighbours have a vintage champagne coloured convertable. It really is a sweet thing to look at.
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:38am still b/p:

"Her majesty's a pretty nice girl,
But when tucked in my pocket..she won't stay."
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 9:40am Doug Schulkind:

I'm pretty sure this performer's name is pronounced "Ninya," but I am thinking "Ninja" all the way.
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:42am Brian in UK:

Beulah, peel me a coconut.
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:48am duke:

I asked my wife to put on a grass skirt and dance to this but she said she was too busy.
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 9:48am Doug Schulkind:

@Brian in UK
Sorry, it is Ferris Beulah's day off.
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:50am kat330:

Hillbilly Hula -- yet another genre I never knew of.
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 9:50am Doug Schulkind:

Buckle in, kat330, it's a long sweet ride!
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:51am they say:

You can carry coals to Newcastle, but think twice before you take Ashtabula.
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:52am kat330:

I recall a lovely Hawaiian number in one of my mother's big popular songs books (of the 30s, 40s, 50s) -- "Sweet Leilani" which I used to croon.
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:52am duke:

German Hula? Next, German Hillbilly Hula?
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:52am kat330:

And now Hawaiian Oom pah! :)
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 9:53am Doug Schulkind:

These folks are Dutch. But don't let that stop 'em!
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:54am kat330:

Other tunes that called to me from those books were Honeysuckle Rose, Brother Can You Spare a Dime, East of the Sun & West of the Moon, to name but a few.
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:54am kat330:

And this title, too, AAMOF!
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:57am still b/p:

In the Goodwill vinyl piles, there are ALWAYS some Hawaiian records...some of them looking like the shmaltz and lightweightishness are turned up to 11. Everybody had 'em in their day?
  Fri. 8/10/12 9:57am Brian in UK:

Funny you should mention that kat. Beck seems to be of a similar mind except it is new songs.
http://www.beck.com/
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 9:58am Doug Schulkind:

Nicholas "Jay" Epae was (is?) a Maori from New Zealand.
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:00am holland oats:

don't get yer ukelele wet
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:00am kat330:

Wow, cool, Brian -- thanks for that! Yeah, those big songbook collections were manna for me. From them I taught myself guitar (well, the bass uke to start) from those fret symbols over the chords.
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 10:02am Doug Schulkind:

Hiya holland.
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:02am kat330:

On my own purchases, I bought "Great Songs of the '60s" and the wonderful Judy Collins Songbook, but guess I lost heart beginning in the '70s. ;)
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:05am lewis:

been present but silent for some time this and previous weeks... The talk over track is on a fmu comp from the past perhaps "drunken guitars" or one that Ken did with the nose drop exceprts in it...
greetings all!
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:06am kat330:

Hi, Lewis!
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 10:12am Doug Schulkind:

Hi Lewis! Ken and I have both been using that Glenn Lee number to talkover for a few years. Great minds music bed alike.
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:16am Artie:

I've no idea what Gisela is proposing, only that I'm behind it all the way.
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:17am trish:

Guten morgen, everyone.
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:18am kat330:

Can't be certain, Artie, but maybe this from Wikipedia? "Der Graben (German, literally, "the trench") is one of the most famous streets in Vienna's first district, the city centre."
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:19am holland oats:

this 'downton sister' sounds alot like sister rosetta tharpe
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 10:21am Doug Schulkind:

@holland
Ever since I downloaded this (and shared in this week's Motherlode), I've been thinking it's GOT to be a pseudonym. There is simply NO info about this record online, other than the closed eBay sales, of course. I will investigate the Rosetta notion!
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:22am Artie:

There are risks in that trench, but pleasures also. And afterwards, a gospel choir to lift me towards redemption. All before 11:00 AM. Ooh sweet music, where can't you take me?
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:22am holland oats:

get on it inspector drummersome!
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 10:23am Doug Schulkind:

OK, I've just discovered that Sister Rosetta did in fact record "What Are They Doin' in Heaven." The plot thickens.
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:25am kat330:

Is it actually Downton, as in Abbey, and not Downtown?
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:26am kat330:

@Artie: My journey's been like a moviescape: We had South Pacific there for a set, then Gisela's song evoked The Third Man.
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:27am holland oats:

i think kat has it right, it's downtown and it's srt
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 10:27am Doug Schulkind:

Just a typo, tho Downton would be WAY more interesting.
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:29am kat330:

Yeah, like WHICH Downton sister: Mary? I'd wager the youngest, whose name escapes me.
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:30am still b/p:

Is there a Downton Abbey theme? ...if there is, they shoulda put a lyric to it and got Pet Clark to sing it for a laff.
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:31am lewis:

what an *outstanding* show today...
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:31am kat330:

Or Shirley Bassey.
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:33am lewis:

the cuts from SE asia make it clear that dengue fever and the sublime frequency folks really capture the sound - pretty cool
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:33am kat330:

Now this must be the Daoudon Sister.
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 10:34am Doug Schulkind:

@Lewis
I am outstanding in my field. Hauled all my equipment out in the field with me. Damned crickets.
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:35am lewis:

@Doug - gonna be in your neck of the woods (plot in the field?) next weekend as I drop my kid off at CMU...
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:36am listener james from westwood:

you read my mind, doug; one of my fave bits o' bed music.
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:37am Jon:

Verbal typo = verbo
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:39am kat330:

Mental typos = Mentos?
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:41am Artie:

Pants mistakes = Pantso's
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:42am kat330:

Um, what sort of pants mistakes might occur? White ones after Labor Day? Downtown zipper?
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:43am Artie:

Mistaking leggings for pants is one common error.
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:44am kat330:

It's a match and the board goes back, Jack!
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:44am trish:

good ears
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:44am kat330:

Yes, Holland, you should be feeling your Oats!
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:45am duke:

spandex when you're a plus size could be considered a pantso
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:46am Hugo:

Der Graben? I'll be in Vienna in about a month's time. A very up-market shopping street (or Einkaufsstrasse). You should definitely get a Sachertorte there.

http://photos.eisenbach.at/bilder/thebest/_vienna_graben.jpg
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 10:46am Doug Schulkind:

@Lewis
Email me as the date approaches. I'd love to convince my daughter to go to CMU. I've got five years to work on it.
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:47am lewis:

@doug - will do!
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:47am still b/p:

crib-note errors = cheetos
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:49am kat330:

I just knew s b/p would have a clever contribution. :)
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:49am lewis:

@Still b/p - most excellent!
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:51am kat330:

@Hugo: I truly loved Vienna when I was there. So happened the weather was perfect, which always puts the locals in a good mood.
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:51am marcury:

Here's to Joe Maneri, one of the great unsungs, singing his heart out!
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:53am still b/p:

Out of work and lookin' in a couple of weeks. Who's payin' well for idle nonsense?
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 10:54am Doug Schulkind:

@Marcury
You can say that again. And again. And again. And...
  Fri. 8/10/12 10:54am kat330:

I sure dunno, s b/p, but if you find any takers, send them my way afterwards please? [And I'll do the same.]
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:01am Brian in UK:

Turkish jazz?
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:01am Hugo:

Always a pleasure to hear Joe McPhee. Saw him in town in late May.
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:02am jk:

morning doug, soothing sounds for my hangover this morning.
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 11:04am Doug Schulkind:

@Hey there jk
You had a(nother) brilliant show last Tuesday:

bit.ly...
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:06am kat330:

No shoes, no shirt -- great service?
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 11:07am Doug Schulkind:

@Brian in UK
Yes, Turkish jazz! Recorded for a television soundtrack I think. Haven't gotten the story straight on that LP. Maybe listener Holland Oats can solve that one, too.
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:09am Hugo:

Speaking of Joe McPhee, Brooklynites should get this one:

http://www.cleanfeed-records.com/disco2.asp?intID=394

Just sayin'
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:10am Brian in UK:

Steady Doug you will have him on the meaning of wife next.
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 11:11am Doug Schulkind:

Brian, THAT is essentially and eternally unknowable.
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:13am kat330:

That as a question is incomprehensible to me. ?
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:14am Alex in Illinois:

I thought I heard him say something about Saint Louis and "Wake up the Dead" in that invocation. Oh wait! This is "Mardi Gras Indian" music!
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:14am duke:

Dr. John on vocal?
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:15am Brian in UK:

Was the Count's geography a bit dodgy?
You are really mixing it up today. Nice
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 11:16am Doug Schulkind:

@duke
Dr. John is IN the mix!
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:16am jk:

thanks Doug, youre too kind
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:18am kat330:

This artist's name on jk's playlist jumped out at me: Gidigidi Majimaji
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 11:24am Doug Schulkind:

Positively giddy!

bit.ly...
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:25am jk:

two musicians from Kenya, they sometimes spell it gidigidimajimaji. I'm a big fan
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 11:28am Doug Schulkind:

Hey, what's it with all the fluorescent yellow running shoes in the Olympics? Did I miss something?
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:30am kat330:

Thanks for the link and info!

I wondered about that myself. We saw one runner wearing two different colors of shoes.
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:33am Artie:

Sprinters are just flashy like that. The trumpet players of track and field.
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 11:34am Doug Schulkind:

GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO PROGRAMMING ALERT...
Dontcha forget that coming up next on the stream, immediately follow Drummer Some will be A Rough Mix with Steinski.

Playlist here: bit.ly...
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:35am lewis:

gotta love the title of this cut (or the translation at least)
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:38am kat330:

Even on an hour's sleep, you still have such attention to detail, Doug. Copy editing tools of the trade. :)
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:39am kat330:

@Lewis: Which is ?
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:40am kat330:

Oh, Lewis, I was speaking of the last one -- I gather you were talking about the already translated title prior. :)
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:40am lewis:

your love made my head hurt (wondering whether that is a too literal translation...)
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 11:46am Doug Schulkind:

Ahem, I wonder which head the singer is speaking of.
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:49am kat330:

Ah, a Little Village ref? Leaving the keyboard for the usual noontime phoning from Philo and lunchmaking -- soooo, thanks, Doug, and commenters for a fine Friday of fun!
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:51am Brian in UK:

Nice work, Doug. Perhaps a quick nap might be in order.
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 11:53am Doug Schulkind:

Cheerio kat330! I will stick around for the next hour, hosting Steinski's A Rough Mix. I won't doze off. I promise.
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:56am listener james from westwood:

my absence from the chat was part crazy work pile, but part silent awe. a joy to see you all, and many thanks, doug, will be in for the bulk of steinski before i'm called away.
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:57am jessie:

what a beautiful last set.
  Fri. 8/10/12 11:57am duke:

What a loss to soul music when Darrell Banks was shot.
Avatar    Fri. 8/10/12 12:00pm Doug Schulkind:

Thanks Jessie! So damn true, Duke.
  Fri. 8/10/12 5:38pm Luis:

I love today's photo. Who is it and where did it come from?
  Fri. 8/10/12 6:30pm Doug Schulkind:

Luis, the image is cropped from an old album cover. Unfortunately, I can't remember which album! I will report back here if I come up with it.
  Sun. 8/12/12 2:15pm Rob in SAV:

Listening to the archive but ... "Spleen-palpitating!" That's awesome.
  Sun. 8/12/12 2:21pm Doug Schulkind:

What's a little deep organ massage between friends?
  Sun. 8/12/12 3:11pm Rob in SAV:

It's the right way to start your day!
  Sun. 8/12/12 3:18pm Doug Schulkind:

Who said this music should be spleen and not heard?
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