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Three hours of adventurous jazz drawing on the Destination: Out archives and other planes of there.

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Options October 22, 2012: 1987ish

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments
Roscoe Mitchell  Tatas-Matoes   Options Congliptious  Nessa  1968   
John Tchicai  På Tirsdag   Options Solo  FMP  1977   
 
Music behind DJ:
Sun Ra 
The Perfect Man   Options The Singles  Evidence  1974/1996   
Marilyn Crispell  Lazy Bird   Options Labyrinths  Les Disques Victo  1987   
Cecil Taylor  Olim   Options For Olim  Black Saint  1987   
Andrew Hill  Darn That Dream   Options Verona Rag  Soul Note  1987   
Steve Lacy & Mal Waldron  To the Bitter   Options Sempre Amore  Soul Note  1987   
Peter Brötzmann & Alfred 23 Harth  Disformale Studien   Options Go-No-Go  FMP  1987   
Bill Laswell & Peter Brötzmann  Locomotive   Options Low Life  Celluloid  1987   
 
Music behind DJ:
Michel Sardaby 
Welcome New Warmth   Options Gail  Disques Debs  1975   
Wadada Leo Smith & Ed Blackwell  Selassie-I   Options The Blue Mountain's Sun Drummer  Kabell  1986   
Steve Lacy & Evan Parker  Nocturnal Chirps 1   Options Chirps  FMP  1986   
Tristan Honsinger  Television / Pineapplesass   Options This, That, and the Other  ITM Records  1987   
Louis Sclavis  Mariendorf Totalisator   Options Transition  FMP  1987  w John Lindberg & Heinz Becker. 
Dave Holland  African Lullaby   Options Triplicate  ECM  1988  w Steve Coleman & Jack DeJohnette. 
Don Pullen  Warriors   Options New Beginning  Blue Note  1988  w Gary Peacock & Tony Williams. 
Geri Allen  Etude II   Options Etudes  Black Saint  1987  w Charlie Haden & Paul Motian. 
 
Music behind DJ:
Michael White 
Go with the Flow   Options Go with the Flow  Impulse!  1974   
Paul Motian  Crepuscule with Nellie   Options Monk in Motian  JMT  1988  w Bill Frisell & Joe Lovano. 
Anthony Braxton  Reflections   Options Six Monk's Compositions (1987)  Black Saint  1987   
World Saxophone Quartet  Nemesis   Options Rhythm and Blues  Nonesuch  1989   
Eight Bold Souls  Through the Drapes   Options Eight Bold Souls  Sessoms  1987   
David Murray Octet  Morning Song   Options New Life  Black Saint  1987   
Henry Threadgill  Spotted Dick Is Pudding   Options Easily Slip Into Another World  RCA/Novus  1987   
Sean Bergin and M.O.B.  Monkey Woman   Options Kids Mysteries  Nimbus West  1988   
 
Music behind DJ:
The Skatellites 
Fidel Castro   Options The Legendary Studio One Records  Soul Jazz  2011   
Tim Berne  Federico   Options Fulton Street Maul  Columbia  1986  w Bill Frisell & Alex Cline. And Hank Roberts. 
Lounge Lizards  Tarentella   Options Voice of Chunk  Strange & Beautiful Music  1988   
Kip Hanrahan  The First and Last to Love Me (2, December)   Options Days and Nights of Blue Luck Inverted  Pangaea  1987   
John Carter  Moon Waltz   Options Dance of the Love Ghosts  Gramavision  1987   
 
Music behind DJ:
Dudu Pukwana & Spear 
Flute Music   Options Flute Music  Caroline  1975   
David S. Ware  Processional 3   Options Live at JazzFestival Saalfelden 2011  AUM Fidelity  2012  w Cooper-Moore, William Parker, & Muhammad Ali. 

Listener comments!

  Mon. 10/22/12 12:00pm listener james from westwood:

been looking forward to this all weekend. good monday all!
  Mon. 10/22/12 12:01pm duke:

Hi Jeffs, Doug, Home sick. I think this is what the DOctor ordered
Avatar Mon. 10/22/12 12:01pm Jeff G:

Awesome, ljfw! Good Monday to you, sir.
  Mon. 10/22/12 12:02pm Carmichael:

Now's good a time as any. Hiya, Jeff(s).
Avatar Mon. 10/22/12 12:04pm Jeff G:

duke: musical vitamins headed your way...
Carmichael: hello and welcome!
  Mon. 10/22/12 12:04pm listener james from westwood:

duke, fear not: the drummer stream hath charms to soothe the savage microbe.
  Mon. 10/22/12 12:05pm Doug S.:

Go go go go! Pledge to D:O RADIO! Only $310 to go to reach the goal. This program, a caretaker of national treasures, is itself a national treasure.

That's a lot of treasure!
Avatar Mon. 10/22/12 12:07pm Jeff G:

PLEDGE ALERT: Massive thanks go out to Oliver T. of Brooklyn, NY, who came in with a pledge before the show even started!
  Mon. 10/22/12 12:10pm Richard from Venezuela:

Greetings Jeffs and all the listeners.
Avatar Mon. 10/22/12 12:11pm Jeff G:

Howdy, Richard from Venezuela. How're things?
  Mon. 10/22/12 12:14pm Richard from Venezuela:

Good for the moment.
  Mon. 10/22/12 12:15pm northguineahills:

Tschicai, damn....
Avatar Mon. 10/22/12 12:18pm Jeff G:

Glad to hear it. If no one related to this show can die during the next three hours, we'd really appreciate it.
  Mon. 10/22/12 12:29pm Doug S.:

Dare I say... I hear that Cecil Taylor may be ill. He had to cancel a few shows recently on the west coast.
Avatar Mon. 10/22/12 12:34pm Jeff G:

YES. I saw that, too, Doug, but....um...yeah.
  Mon. 10/22/12 12:36pm green mountain man mark:

I will hang in there until the end.
  Mon. 10/22/12 12:39pm listener james from westwood:

i've got a message out to my facebook gang to (a) listen to d:o and (b) pledge like the wind!
  Mon. 10/22/12 12:40pm duke:

Cecil should listen to DO. It's making me feel better.
Avatar Mon. 10/22/12 12:41pm Jeff G:

I'm not going to promise anything, but I'm pretty sure that if D:O Radio makes its goal today, no one will EVER DIE AGAIN AND WE'LL ALL BECOME IMMORTAL.
Avatar Mon. 10/22/12 12:42pm Jeff G:

Elated to hear it, duke.
Avatar Mon. 10/22/12 12:43pm Jeff G:

@green mountain man mark: hope it's not a bitter end, and welcome!
Avatar Mon. 10/22/12 12:45pm Jeff G:

This CT record, FOR OLIM, is one of his very best solo jams, in our humble view. Hard to go wrong, really. But it's really good. And the next year, 1988, found him in Berlin for that ridonkulous FMP "In Berlin" series of records.
  Mon. 10/22/12 1:06pm Doug S.:

A pledge of only $10 will up the pledge total to a happy 25%. We're counting on you double-eared bi-peds for even more, but we gotta crawl before we, um, ped.

PLEDGE NOW TO THE D:O CREW!
  Mon. 10/22/12 1:17pm Doug S.:

Remember that any pledge of $75 automatically gets you any one DJ premium from the spring fundraising Marathon. If you didn't come away with Destination Out's premium back in April, DO NOT miss your opportunity now to get your copy. Just pledge $75 in the box above, then claim your booty!

Here is the D:O premium:
http://bit.ly/WDTdMp
  Mon. 10/22/12 1:22pm Carmichael:

Why does jazz always fit a rainy morning so well?
Avatar Mon. 10/22/12 1:26pm Jeff G:

Good question, Carmichael. Another question: where on Earth are you?
  Mon. 10/22/12 1:29pm Carmichael:

I'm in the Capitol city of the great state of California, which is in not too great a state these days.
  Mon. 10/22/12 1:31pm Richard from Venezuela:

So groovy this Don Pullen track.
Avatar Mon. 10/22/12 1:31pm Jeff G:

Ah, yes. Sac-town. Do people call it that? I spent a creepy night in a hotel right by the Sacramento airport once.
  Mon. 10/22/12 1:33pm Doug S.:

Half way through the last D:O RADIO in the month of October! We need to raise $310 in the next 90 minutes to get the total to 100%. All of the shows on the Drummer Stream want to make a strong showing.

Give the Drummer Radio has the full support of the WFMU bigs, and that is surely in part because the Stream has done well so far in past fund-raisers. PLEASE help keep us on track for another good showing.

It would mean a lot to us.
Avatar Mon. 10/22/12 1:35pm Jeff G:

It would!
  Mon. 10/22/12 1:36pm Carmichael:

Ha! Sounds intriguing, Jeff. Yes, some people do call it Sac-town.
  Mon. 10/22/12 2:10pm northguineahills:

Hmmm, I have that Braxton Monk tribute LP.
Avatar Mon. 10/22/12 2:15pm Jeff G:

Yes, northguineahills? And?
  Mon. 10/22/12 2:20pm northguineahills:

I wasn't a fan of it at first, but it grew on me.
  Mon. 10/22/12 2:26pm Doug S.:

ALL IT WOULD TAKE would be for one shining knight of a listener to come through with a full "Mouse of Today" pledge, right now, right here on D:O Radio.

Make that pledge of $365, a dollar a day, and you will get a veritable ton of amazing goodies from WFMU (you can pick once you make the pledge). Plus, you have the option of paying the pledge off in monthly installments. Plus you will have the enormous satisfaction of putting D:O Radio over the top — past the 100% fundraising goal level.

"Mouse of Today" pledges are earmarked for WFMU's online projects just like this Drummer Stream, so you pledge will even more directly benefit your own listening pleasure.

Give the Drummer Radio is an entirely volunteer operation. All the DJs volunteers, of course, and the folks behind the scenes at DRUMMER STREAM central are 100% laborers of love.

So come through for us all, listeners and practitioners alike and push this great show INTO THE BLACK with your pledge.

Make it happen. Make you happy.
  Mon. 10/22/12 2:41pm Doug S.:

And here is where I trot out the old story of how, once at a long-ago party, John Lurie turned and asked my future wife: "Jessie, we're starting a new band. We're thinking of calling it either The Lounge Lizards or the Eels. Which do you like better?" "The Eels is way better," came the reply.
Avatar Mon. 10/22/12 2:43pm Jeff G:

That's a good story, grandpa.
Avatar Mon. 10/22/12 2:43pm Jeff G:

Show runs long today, btw.
  Mon. 10/22/12 2:45pm duke:

@Jeff I doubt you'll get complaints about that.
  Mon. 10/22/12 2:52pm Doug S.:

GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO PROGRAMMING ALERT...
Wishing all the Jeffs at Destination Out a Happy 25th Showiversary! I suppose in two weeks we'll get to hear an in-depth sonic exploration of 1989! (If it's half as good as '88, it will still be damn good.)

Please keep listening and pledging to the Drummer Stream and WFMU!

Coming up at noon, tomorrow on the Stream will be filler-inner extraordinaire Rich Lindsay subbing for Tony Coulter (who is over in Finland dredging up rare vinyl from the bottom of the fjords). Tune in, you can't affjord not to!

Coming up next here on your 24-hour Give the Drummer Radio will be these fine artists who tightened their cummerbunds and spit-shined their spats for your entertainment:

Naftule Brandwein
Joe Bushkin
John Hlope & Co.
Bezunèsh Bekele
Kyerematen Atwedie Stars
Jean Guehi
Mika Nohira
Akiko Nakamura
Chaloemphon Malakham
Mohd. Rafi
Gavino De Lunas
Dorothy Morrison
Eddie Wood
The Platters
T.C.I. Section Crew
Little Willie Littlefield
Arizona Dranes
The Holmes Sisters
and more
and more
and eternally more...
  Mon. 10/22/12 2:54pm listener james from westwood:

yes indeed, happy 25th! many many more!
Avatar Mon. 10/22/12 2:55pm Jeff G:

Thanks, listener james!
  Mon. 10/22/12 2:59pm northguineahills:

Thanks for the Ware!
Avatar Mon. 10/22/12 3:02pm Jeff G:

Of course! Thanks for tuning in, northguineahills!
  Mon. 10/22/12 3:02pm Doug S.:

There are still 6+ minutes left of the show. Still time to squeeze in one last pledge. Sweet Coltrane, I am literally on my knees praying for your sheets of sound thinking!
  Mon. 10/22/12 3:08pm northguineahills:

I has a sad now, have a great afternoon everyone!
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