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August 17, 2012 Options
Penis Riot
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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)

Pedro Bento e Zé da Estrada  Tens Que Beber   Options Pedro Bento & Zé Da Estrada e Suas Rancheiras
(Chantecler 1960)
Quarteto em Cy & Tamba Trio  Zambi   Options Som Definitivo
(Forma 1966)
Trio Irakitan  Tarde Na Serra   Options Os Sambas Que Gostamos De Cantar
(Odeon 1964)
Elza Soares  Se Acaso Você Chegasse / Mulata Assanhada /
Edmundo (In the Mood)   Options
Um Show de Elza
(Odeon 1965)
Novos Baianos  Vagabundo Não é Facil   Options Novos Baianos F.C.
(Continental 1973)
Simone  O Que Será   Options Face a Face
(EMI 1977)
Dori Caymmi & Chico Buarque  Sampa   Options Contemporáneos
(Universal 2001)

Talkover Music:
Thelonious Monk 
Introspection   Options Monk Alone: The Complete Columbia Solo Recordings 1962-1968
(Columbia Legacy 1965)

Kink Gong  Woman Song 1   Options Krung Brataneul in Cambodia
(Kink Gong 2010)
Reyog Ponorogo  Irwan Sukadi   Options Gending Tari Dan Tembang
(Fajar )
JeongHyun Chu  Slow Jajinmori   Options Gayageum Sanzo
(AkdangEban 2010)
Supaap, Thonghuad Faited, Prayang Cheunyen & Petch Burapa Band  Lam Plearn Isan Samakkee   Options Diew Sor Isan: The North Eastern Thai Violin of Thonghuad Faited
(EM )
Kan Mikami  Aomori-ken Kitatsugaru-gun Tokyo-mura   Options Yuyake no Kioku Kara
(Victor 1977)
Chen Bao-Zhu  Do Re Mi   Options Superstars, Part 1
(Pathé Marconi/EMI )

Talkover Music:
Gender Wayang Pemarwan 
Gending Pemungkah   Options Music for the Balinese Shadow Play "The Mahabharata"
(CMP 1989)

Martin Schütz & Hans Koch  Unnecessary Noise Prohibited   Options Approximations
(Intakt 1990)
School Days  Get on the Plane   Options Crossing Division
(Okka Disc 2000)
John Fischer & Lester Bowie  I Love You Mama   Options Duos for a New Decade
(Reentry 1980)
Maggie Nicols / Peter Nu  So Many Changes   Options Don't Assume
(Leo 1987)

Talkover Music:
The Soul Brothers 
Fiddler on the Roof   Options Hot Shot
(Studio One 1967)

13th Floor Elevators  Slip Inside This House   Options Easter Everywhere
(International Artists 1967)
Can  Waiting for the Streetcar   Options The Lost Tapes
(Spoon/Mute 1968)
Yoko Ono  Mind Train   Options Fly
(Apple 1971)

Talkover Music:
Organic Grooves 
Funky Not Stinky   Options D'Afro Disco • Garri Mix
(Codek 2002)

Getatchew Mekurya  Track #7   Options Getatchew Mekurya
Docteur Nico & Orchestre African Fiesta Sukisa  Yokolo (pts. 1 & 2)   Options Yokolo
(Ngoma/Sukisa late 1960s)
Cardinal Rex Lawson & His Mayor's Band  Osuala Oru Enene   Options Highlife Time Volume 2:
Nigerian & Ghanian Classics from the Golden Years
(Vampisoul )
Orchestre Les Volcans de Porto-Novo  Jomido   Options b/w Mi Kple DOgbekpo
(VG 1977)
John Lee Hooker  Stand By   Options I Feel Good
(Jewel 1971)

Listener comments!

  Fri. 8/17/12 8:28am ?:

This time it wasn't Bill who dropped his pants!
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 8:34am Doug Schulkind:

Bill is clearly making mental notes here. ("That guy is good!")
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 8:52am Doug Schulkind:

"That guy" is, of course, the father of video art and Fluxus genius Nam June Paik. Bless him forever
  Fri. 8/17/12 8:55am Brian in UK:

Hello Doug & ?. Just sent you an email picture with the same protagonist. Trust you got some sleep before the show.
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 8:58am Doug Schulkind:

The picture Brian in UK is referring to is here:

bit.ly...
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 8:59am Doug Schulkind:

@Brian in UK
Thank you kind Sir!
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:01am Brian in UK:

The stream is full of flutey juiciness.
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:02am duke:

"That guy" really was something else. He was doing stuff with old tube TVs that still amaze.
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:03am duke:

@Brian Good one!
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 9:04am Doug Schulkind:

"Flutey juiciness" is a phrase that just may never have ever been uttered before. In English, of course.
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:06am Paul Sherratt:

Both boxes clicked. Seeing and hearing ! Good afternoon, morning, etc. So Mr Nam didn't get wrapped in the flag ..
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:07am monica:

morning, doug! dropping trou?
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:08am lewis:

morning all - 1/2 day today and most of that accompanied by Drummer Some Radio. An excellent way move into the weekend...
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 9:09am Doug Schulkind:

Howdy Lady Monica! And you, too, Reverend Sherratt and Colonel Lewis.
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 9:10am Doug Schulkind:

Cover art for this Brazilian stunner: bit.ly...
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:12am Brian in UK:

I raise my titfer to you Monica. That's not rude.
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:14am lewis:

check out the photographer diving for the floor at the beginning of the clip...
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:14am monica:

And a tip o'the turntable to you, Brian in UK!
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:15am Parq:

'Llo, all. Fresh out of witty remarks, I fear.
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 9:17am Doug Schulkind:

@Parq
I'm sure you'll get your mojo back.
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 9:20am Doug Schulkind:

Paik was always cagey when asked if he staged the incident. "Was I embarrassed," he responded to the obvious question. "Of course not!"
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:20am still b/p:

Willie be naughty,
Willie be slick,
Willie meet Willie,
And learn a quick trick.
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:21am lewis:

@doug - was this post-monica?
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 9:22am Doug Schulkind:

So how many years hard labor would Nam June Paik have received in Putin's Russia?

@Lewis
Yes. Trouser dropping in the White House was old hat by then.
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:24am dcp:

I'm not feeling whitty either...
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:25am Brian in UK:

.....and old hats were tit for tat.

This is a great set.
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:26am lewis:

@Doug - indeed. if the Russians want to portray justice they could keep their guilty verdict and have the sentence be "time served": but I am not optimistic.
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:30am Artie:

Moving, powerful closing statement by Yekaterina Samutsevich. http://bit.ly/RChJuR
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 9:30am Doug Schulkind:

Artists being jailed in Russia, laborers being slaughtered by police in South Africa. Just like old times.
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:32am trish:

Hey, remember that time when those who were responsible for an oil spill were sentenced to jail? It was all people ever talked about... what with the emphasis on justice and all.
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:38am dcp:

"just like old times" is right. There was a protest outside the Russian embassy this morning. Guess it didn't work.
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:39am Parq:

Can I just drop in here and say that the segue from the Brazil set to this Monk was really cool?
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:40am dcp:

No there's no time for that Parq!
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 9:43am Doug Schulkind:

@trish
That kind of seditious talk will get you in trouble.
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:43am Brian in UK:

I am of a similar kidney to you, Doug regarding Brazilian sounds. Still working on it.
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:44am dcp:

oh man, Reyog Ponorogo is just what I needed...
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 9:46am Doug Schulkind:

From Wikipedia:

"Reog is a traditional Indonesian dance form. There are many types of Reogs in Indonesia, but the most notable ones are Reog Ponorogo (East Java) and Reog Sunda (West Java). Although both share a similar name, there is no connection nor similar theme among these traditions. Reog Ponorogo seems to be the kind of dance drama that demonstrate physical strength and extravagant lion-peafowl mask and costumes, while Reog Sunda is a lot more like a traditional musical dance drama and comedy."
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:49am dcp:

Indonesia is at the top of the list of music places to visit for me.
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:51am Hugo:

Lovely piece of music. East Java, then? Sunda music is very fine, too. I have a box of seven cassettes with an actual flute inside!
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:52am trish:

Indonesia. A land of islands.
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 9:55am Doug Schulkind:

Always shocking to remember that Indonesia is the world's 4th most populous country.
  Fri. 8/17/12 9:56am Brian in UK:

dcp you might like this as a taster
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vC4eSThYnR0&feature=youtu.be
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:00am kat330:

Hey, Hey, what's shakin'? Hi, Doug, and all good folk!
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:01am dcp:

Brian in UK: thanks, will check out...
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 10:02am Doug Schulkind:

@kat330
Top o' the morning to you.
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:02am Dr Watson:

Ah Holmes do you remember the Giant Rat of Sumatra?
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:02am kat330:

Nice video! Is that the pants-less response to the topless activist I heard on a mix just before show's start?
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:03am holland oats:

drumma et al!
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:04am trish:

Singapore, to the north, ranks 3rd in density.
It's a city sized country NYC is both more populous and more dense
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:04am kat330:

The view that diving photog must have had -- eeeesh.
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:05am holland oats:

punk'd potus
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 10:05am Doug Schulkind:

@kat330
That topless activist will be a guest on the next Seven Second Delay on WFMU, Wednesday at 7pm.
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:06am kat330:

Actually, Doug, I'm so tardy to the party it's middle of the morning. What I've already accomplished since 6 am would put a Marine to shame. [not really, just keeeding]
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 10:07am Doug Schulkind:

@kat330
I hear you have shamed countless marines. I consider you a great patriot.
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:09am kat330:

And yes, we heard that on 7SD Wed. eve. One of her points -- and yes, I realize she has two -- was that men are allowed to go topless so women should, too. However, many men wisely choose not to, and many more *should* wisely choose not to. The same ratio of who should and shouldn't would apply to the female population. :)
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:10am trish:

NYC as a nation is larger than Singapore - area, density and pop'n.

'Do you have a flaaag??'
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:11am Dr Watson:

Bring on the yodelling coypus.
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:11am Parq:

"Were".
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:13am Hugo:

My memories of Isan are hot and dry. Having a Singha at hand does help, though. As this was during Thai New Year clebrations, drenched farangs were a common sight, not something to raise local eyebrows. One guy entering the hotel we were staying at in Nong Khai was literally dripping.
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:17am Brian in UK:

Scott has just played some Kink Gong.
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:18am duke:

Unnecessary noise allowed here.
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:19am ?:

Pussy Riot sentenced to two years in prison for hooliganism motivated by religious hatred
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 10:21am Doug Schulkind:

Thank you question mark (question Marc) for the Vladimir Putrid update.
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:24am dcp:

god dammit that sucks!
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:25am Hugo:

I think of him as Desputin.
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:26am marcury:

yes
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 10:27am Doug Schulkind:

@Hugo
Is Singha your Asian beer of choice?
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:27am Ras Putin:

I swear I am no relation to Vlad.
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:27am marcury:

Gary Kasparov was arrested at the trial too.
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 10:27am Doug Schulkind:

Marcury!!
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 10:28am Putin on the Ritz:

Super duper!
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:28am marcury:

Drummer!
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:29am duke:

Free Pussy Riot!
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:29am kat330:

Some nicely necessary noise going on here.
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:32am Hugo:

@Doug: Pretty high up on the list, yes. Thanks for Ken V.
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:32am The Devil Wears Pravda:

Kasparov is a mere pawn of the subversives and the authorities will keep him in check.
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:34am kat330:

This is great! I just recorded what I call my "Warm Up Mix Up" yesterday -- some overlap here minus instrument.
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 10:34am Doug Schulkind:

I changed the title to today's playlist (it was "Nam that tune") in honor of today's verdict in Moscow.
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:35am kat330:

Heh! Appropriate on all fronts!
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:38am Hugo:

The closing statement by one of the defendants in the Russian court case referred to above was quite good, I thought, and correctly predicted the verdict. Not that it takes much to do that.
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 10:38am Doug Schulkind:

This spectacular Maggie Nicols/Peter Nu record is here:

bit.ly...
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:39am kat330:

I thought this was Minnie Driver before I saw the playlist entry.
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:41am duke:

'We are freer than all those who sit opposite us on the side of the prosecutor' Nadezhda Tolokonnikova
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:45am ricardo montalban:

this is amazing, Doug!
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 10:46am Doug Schulkind:

Agreed, Ricky!
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:47am ricardo montalban:

Sorta reminds me of Kathy Berberian
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:48am Hugo:

Doug, you're on to something. Read this:

Was the act of Pussy Riot cynical? There are two kinds of cynicism: the bitter cynicism of the oppressed which unmasks the hypocrisy of those in power, and the cynicism of the oppressors themselves who openly violate their own proclaimed principles. The cynicism of Pussy Riot is of the first kind, while the cynicism of those in power — why not call their authoritarian brutality a Prick Riot — is of the much more ominous second kind.

http://bit.ly/NhjM34
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:49am ricardo montalban:

Love Slavoj!
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 10:49am Doug Schulkind:

I LOVE it when this happens: nyti.ms...
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:50am Carmichael:

Good morning, maestro Doug, musical dissidents and musical dissonance.
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 10:52am Doug Schulkind:

Yo yo yo, Carmichaelangelo.
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:52am cultural biass:

Even the penises on show are more for men than for women. But I digress.
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:53am kat330:

@Hugo: Doug's clever renaming works on both the Russian front and the exposed front in the clip. :)
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:54am kat330:

And there Maggie's another Minnie -- Ripperton.
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:55am lewis:

@Doug - and it has happened more than once: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phineas_Gage
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:57am still b/p:

Lewis beat me to the Phineas reference. Interesting that just a few years ago a Daguerreotype of him was freshly identified.
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:58am ricardo montalban:

I still have yet to hear what Pussy Riot's music sounds like. I'm just too lazy to look up a YouTube video or something. Maybe I'm cynical, but I imagine it being really bland Eastern European rock.
  Fri. 8/17/12 10:59am lewis:

@sbp - yes the daguerreotype is in the wikipedia link - a bit haunting...
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:00am Brian in UK:

You might like the opening of this check 27:50 for the Brazilian effect
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAzm9yBfoHM&feature=related
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:00am dcp:

ricardo: actually a lot more punk. I checked out months ago but they sounded alright to me
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:01am ricardo montalban:

I'm also really surprised that Madonna hasn't attempted to make hay PR wise with their plight. She's really slipping.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:04am holland oats:

elevators on drummer radio? egads!!
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:04am Elton:

Everything on her and about her is slipping.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:04am Carmichael:

Hugo, what do you think of Saigon beer? Or Tsingtao?
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:05am ?:

Madonna already did.

"Pop star Madonna last week performed Pussy Riot-style in a face mask and with the group's name on her back during a packed Moscow gig.

"Everyone has the right to free speech, everywhere in the world. Maria, Katya, Nadia, I pray for you," Madonna said at Tuesday's concert, according to RIA Novosti. "They did something brave with their action. And I am praying for their freedom.""
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 11:05am Doug Schulkind:

@Lewis
I remember reading about that OTHER rebar-through-the-head story. If this doesn't scream "Intelligent Design," I don't know what does.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:06am Carmichael:

@holland: Just proof that Doug is musically well-rounded.
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 11:07am Doug Schulkind:

@Holland
According to my notes (yes, I keep notes) I've played a track from this LP every two years since 2008. See y'all in 2014!!
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:10am ricardo montalban:

@?: Thanks! I was starting to worry.
I think the first female popstar to come out on their behalf was MIA, then Peaches. Not that lots of folks haven't been supportive.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:11am holland oats:

and now can? drummer what's got into you?!?
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 11:12am Doug Schulkind:

Greetings to our last mystery commenter "?" I am particularly delighted that you are here. (You know who you are.)
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 11:14am Doug Schulkind:

If you Google search "Waiting for the Streetcar" and "Can," you get directed to sites with the lyrics!!!
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:14am kat330:

@Brian: Thanks for the Spike (not through the head)! Another pantsless situation.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:16am Hugo:

@Carmichael: Haven't tried any Saigon beer. Tsingtao is an alright lager. In the Phillipines, you can get San Miguel eveywhere.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:16am dewey spiderwebs:

greetings, drummer and fellow listeners - i understand Karen Findlay is doing something tonight in NYC for the Pussy Riot. Lots of protests going on about the Rioteers.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:17am holland oats:

alec baldwin will be doing something soon (sez the cynic)
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:18am Hugo:

Can w/Malcolm Mooney on vocals? Sounds like it.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:19am Brian in UK:

Do I detect The Stones' Satisfaction?
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 11:20am Doug Schulkind:

Hello Dewey! (Love your decimal system, by the way.) Karen Finley is authorized to speak for me, for sure.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:20am holland oats:

damo
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:21am Carmichael:

@Hugo: Thanks for the opinion, not knowing specifically where you reside. Saigon is a dry lager, I think closer to Asahi than Tsingtao. OTOH, I almost exclusively drink ales for some reason. IPAs and pale ales.
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 11:22am Doug Schulkind:

Couldn't resist playing "Mind Train" even though I just played it (7 months ago).
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:24am Webhamster Henry:

I met Nam June Paik a few times, but he kept his pants on.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:24am Hugo:

I will be sipping Kenyan beer (and South African wine) for the next two weeks. Not too bad.

IPAs are fine. I've been enjoying Belgian trappist beer lately. Exquisite!
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:26am Holly in NC:

Mind Train, yay !
Putin & court verdict very big BOO. So angry.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:29am Brian in UK:

Those trappists knew how to design ceilings. Have a safe trip Hugo.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:29am Artie:

So, a guy walks into a bar...
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:30am dcp:

Fly is a great album. Used it as a "store clearer" when I worked in a head shop...
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:30am kat330:

Yeah, Holly. I dunno how the Russians put up with Putin.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:30am dcp:

Artie: why? was he blind?
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 11:30am Doug Schulkind:

@Web Ham
He must've (should've) been very honored.

@Hi Holly
The Pussy Riot verdict is, in some ways, a huge win. Three courageous activists will lose their liberty for some portion of two years, but the world has gained something huge in the bargain. They will emerge from prison with more power than they entered.

@Artie
Ding ding ding ding, we have a winner... Please stop by the studio after the show for your GTDS Kewpie doll.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:32am kat330:

A grasshopper goes into a bar. The 'tender says, "Say, we have a drink named after you!" The 'hopper reples: "You have a drink called Bob?"
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:33am kat330:

[not after the Kewpie, Artie, you just brought that old chestnut to mind -- train ]
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:33am ricardo montalban:

@Doug: in some ways, I think you're right re; Pussy Riot, in that it sort of shines a big spotlight on Putin as the dictator that he is.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:34am Brian in UK:

This is a new one on me.
Igor Kim, told the BBC News website from Moscow: "Shouting and screaming and spreading hate in Church is unacceptable and is contrary with Christian ethics."
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:35am Alex in Illinois:

Soo s p ac ey! I'm glad the streetcar never arrived, because it probably was not as much fun as this Mind Train. But that house was not such a bad place to wait for it.
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 11:36am Doug Schulkind:

Alex in Illinois, you're hired.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:40am dcp:

crap. Missed the elevators...stupid work..
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:40am Carmichael:

The penis mightier than the sword.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:41am still b/p:

Pussy Riot suppressed by Pecker Rite.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:42am Brian in UK:

....but no match for the gun
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 11:42am Doug Schulkind:

I wonder how the Scotus would rule on a Scrotum Riot here. Unfavorably, is my guess.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:44am Jeff G:

GETATCHEW!


Ok, carry on...
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 11:46am Doug Schulkind:

Shout it from the mountaintops, Jeff G!
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:46am dcp:

can some one please figure out how many times Nam June Paik dropped his drawers during this show?
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:48am Brian in UK:

Well look at you too Jeff.

Where has the time gone.
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 11:48am Doug Schulkind:

GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO PROGRAMMING ALERT...
Coming up in 13 minutes here on the stream, another edition of A Rough Mix from Steinski. Continue the conversation on the playlist over

here: bit.ly...
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:49am Brian in UK:

dcp that reminds me of an old expression from this side of the water. Drop your drawers and the moneys yours.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:50am Van in DC:

Good show, thanks for Mind Train Doug! As you asked seven months ago, "Does it get any better than Mind Train?" Have good weekend.
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 11:51am Doug Schulkind:

There are a number of compilations that have Docteur Nico's "Yokolo, pt. 1," but apparently Part 2 is exceedingly rare. All hail the blog Likembe for delivering the goods!

bit.ly...
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:51am Jeff G:

GETATCHEW NEW RECORD ALERT: His (last?) record with The Ex (and Friends), just out this year on Terp, and just picked up by yours truly, IS TOTALLY GREAT. There's a bonus CD with Getatchew playing with the ICP.

Also just picked up: my pants.
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 11:51am Doug Schulkind:

Hey Van, so glad to hear from you!
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:53am kat330:

Have a good weekend! Thanks, Doug! Will try to get on the same page as everyone (anyone!) next time!
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 11:53am Doug Schulkind:

@Jeff G
Terp Records can do no wrong.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:55am Brian in UK:

@Jeff G he was pretty darn good at the Barbican a few years ago with Ethiopiques.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:56am Hugo:

Excellent set! Personally, I will be looking for Awesome Tapes from Kenya!
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 11:56am Doug Schulkind:

Speaking of terps, my old landlord in Brooklyn (R.I.P.) had a pet turtle as a kid that, as of a few years ago, was still alive more than 50 years later.
  Fri. 8/17/12 11:57am Brian in UK:

Thanks as always, Doug.
Avatar    Fri. 8/17/12 11:59am Doug Schulkind:

Great good fun hanging will all y'all today. Shift on over to the Steinski playlist for the next hour.

Go here: bit.ly...
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