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December 7, 2012 Options
Oscar Niemeyer is finally airborne
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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)

Bat'ya w/"Bumps" Blackwell & Orchestra  Main Theme of Exodus   Options
(Chelan ca. 1961)
Elisabeth Waldo & Her Concert Orchestra  Festival of Texcatlipoca   Options Rites of the Pagan
(GNP 1960)
Martha Raye w/Phil Moore Orchestra  Lotus Land   Options b/w The Boy Next Door
(Discovery 1949)
Rita Moss  Zatika (pt. 1)   Options b/w Zatika (pt. 2)
(Rozell 1960)
Carmen Lesay  Sunset Mood   Options b/w Oo-La Oo-La-La
(Kal 1960)
Miriam Burton  Congo Lament   Options African Lament
(Epic 1961)

Talkover Music:
Rajery 
Embona   Options Resting Place of the Mists: New Valiha and Marovany Music from Madagascar
(Shanachie 1996)

Noboru Kirishima  Reijin no Uta   Options
( 1946)
Dick Mine  Yogiri no Blues   Options
( 1947)
Masako Kawada  Tongari Boushi   Options
( 1947)
Shizuko Kasagi  Old Man River   Options
( 1951)
Hamako Watanabe  San Francisco Chinatown   Options
( 1950)
Frank Nagai  Tsuma o call Uta   Options
( 1965)
Mina Aoe  Ikebukuro no Yoru   Options
( 1969)

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

Elton Britt  Chime Bells   Options
( 1952)
Fred Lowery  Sleepy Lagoon   Options Walking Along Kicking the Leaves
(Decca 1957)
Muzzy Marcellino & His House Party Group   Heap Big Chief   Options Cocktail Capers:
Ultra-Lounge Volume 8
(Capitol )
Jere Sanford  Jere Sanford's Yodeling and Whistling Specialty   Options
(Edison Amberol 4M-523 1910)
Jack Zimmermann  Rio Rita   Options b/w The Whistler and His Dog
(Golden Crest 1956)
Whistling Jack Smith  I Was Kaiser Bill's Batman   Options
( 1967)
Art Coates  Fascination   Options Whistling Like the Birds
(Dot 1967)
Roger Roger & His Champs Elysées Orchestra  Dalilia   Options Blast Off
(Chappell 1962)
Slim Whitman  Indian Love Call   Options Rose Marie
(Bear Family 1951)

Talkover Music:
Joe Henderson (feat. Alice Coltrane) 
Water   Options The Elements
(Milestone 1973)

Ray Anderson  La Vie En Rose   Options It Just So Happens
(Enja 1987)
Ken Hyder's Talisker  He Mandu   Options Dreaming of Glenisla
(Reel Recordings 1975)
Chet Baker & Lee Konitz  Body and Soul   Options In Concert
(India Navigation 1974)
Derek Bailey & Henry Kaiser  Battle in the Clouds   Options Wireforks
(Shanachie 1993)
Marc Ribot & Spiritual Unity  Spirits   Options Spiritual Unity
(Pi 2004)

Talkover Music:
Timothy McNealy 
Sagittarius Black   Options b/w Funky Movement No. 2
(Shawn 1972)

Tak Shindo  Watusi Drum Dance   Options Mganga
Gruppo D'Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza  Bambù #2   Options Niente
(SIR 1971)
Kenny Graham & His Satellites  Fog on the Hudson (425 W 57th Street)   Options Moondog and Suncat Suites
(MGM 1956)
Tony Iglio  Marijuana   Options Drug Store
(Try )
Patrice Sciortino  Kuklos I   Options Chronoradial
(PSI 1970)
Vincent Gémignani  Condylura   Options Modern Pop Percussion
(Concert Hall 1970)
Scotty McKay  Black Cat   Options Beat Jazz: Pictures From the Gone World
(Pesky Serpent )
Les Tambours du Bronx  Le Crepuscule des Crapules   Options Monostress 225L
(Uniembal 1991)
Cults Percussion Ensemble  Two Jubilee Pieces   Options Cults Percussion Ensemble
(Highland Recording Studio/Trunk 1979)

Talkover Music:
Cults Percussion Ensemble 
Autun Carillon   Options Cults Percussion Ensemble
(Highland Recording Studio/Trunk 1979)

Dave Brubeck & Palghat Raghu  Raga Theme for Ragu   Options b/w Do Not Fold, Staple, Spindle or Mutilate
(Columbia 1967)
Joe Harriott / Amancio D'Silva Quartet  Hum-Dono   Options Hum Dono
(Columbia 1969)
Yvette Mimieux & Ali Akbar Khan  To a Passer-By   Options Flowers of Evil
(Connoisseur Society 1968)
Shankar Jaikishan  Raga Bhairav   Options Raga Jazz Style
(EMI 1968)
T.K. Ramamoorthy  Rasikapriya   Options Fabulous Notes and Beats of the Indian Carnatic-Jazz
(EMI/EM 1969)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 12/7/12 8:03am Uncle Michael:

I like getting places early.
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 8:17am Doug Schulkind:

Uncle Michael gets the worm!
  Fri. 12/7/12 8:22am Uncle Michael:

scrambled eggs with diced hebrew national salami, rye toast and ice cold skim milk...no worms today
  Fri. 12/7/12 8:23am Uncle Michael:

a meal that will live in infamy
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 8:30am Doug Schulkind:

I'll be right over...
  Fri. 12/7/12 8:32am Uncle Michael:

I'll leave instructions at the gate.
  Fri. 12/7/12 8:41am chris in durban:

Ahoy Doug - alas, I cannot dwell much on your wonderful spaceship today, but had to check in and say thanks for the WFMU t-shirt received today (which I am now wearing) .. and also a heads up to check EJ on Monday for the full 90 minutes of the Kippie Moeketsi recording. Cheers
  Fri. 12/7/12 8:46am Bob in Cville:

Listening to the stream before the show starts always reminds me of hearing music over the PA before a concert starts. The anticipation mounts; soon the lights will come down and the crowd will roar...
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 8:50am Doug Schulkind:

@Chris in Durban
Kippie Kippie Joy Joy!

@Bob in Cville
Cameras are allowed during the show, just no flash please...
  Fri. 12/7/12 8:54am uncle michael:

I played this on the Thursday before the election
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 8:54am Doug Schulkind:

Vote Mudd!
  Fri. 12/7/12 8:55am listener james from westwood:

lousy news on the rapidshare download-throttling front.
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 8:56am Doug Schulkind:

Rapidshare was the one file-hoster I actually paid to have a premium account. Good thing my obligation ended just prior to this latest nonsense. Never doing that again.
  Fri. 12/7/12 8:57am chris in durban:

not sure if the rapidshare quota applies if you are a paying account holder Doug? Received no such notice from them ... but either way, I am sure you will always manage to be upfront in the queue. Cheers
  Fri. 12/7/12 8:58am ndbob:

morning Doug and everyone
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 8:59am Doug Schulkind:

@Chris in D
Rapidshare is limiting the number of GB that can be downloaded per day. Having a premium account as a downloader makes no difference.

Howdy ndbob!
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:00am holland oats:

mornin' drumma & then some
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:02am chris in durban:

just checked on rapidshare site doug - rapidpro account holders have a limit of 30GB of public downloads per day ... free acount holders have a daily limit of 1GB of public downloads
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 9:04am Doug Schulkind:

Holland and Oats, perfect together.

@Chris
Even with my premium account I was getting over-quota messages.
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:07am Paul Sherratt:

Good day all,

Sales Tax ( VAT ) return day today. You'll know when ( and if ) I get done.
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 9:09am Doug Schulkind:

Brother Paul S! A bubbling VAT of aural goodies awaits.
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:10am chris in durban:

I get it Doug - effectively, this means a daily limit of 10 x 100mb files for free accounts, and 300 x 100mb dl's for account holders ... mmm - sucks
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:10am uncle michael:

Hebrew National
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:12am ndbob:

a great LP here
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 9:12am Doug Schulkind:

Yes, Uncle Michael. Bat'ya WAS a Hebrew National!
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:13am Hugo:

@chris: That's exactly right.
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:16am Hugo:

which means that I have about 80 per cent left of daily downloads (at three in the afternoon)
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:17am holland oats:

loving this ethereal drift, moon gas anyone?
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:18am Uncle Michael:

Participating in the drum circle with a smart phone on the stationary bike is a pain in the ass.
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 9:19am Doug Schulkind:

@UM
You need a stationary phone and a smart bike.
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:20am Hugo:

Thinking of Yma Sumac ...
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:20am Uncle Michael:

You guys are having much better luck with Rapidshare than I do. I couldn't find enough valid links to break the quota on a bet anymore.
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:21am Uncle Michael:

I need less stationary ass.
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:22am Aurélie:

I've got the perfect mood for a "Congo Lament" super nice
Hi everyone from New-Caledonia
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:24am Uncle Michael:

Rapidshare is the only file sharing service I've ever paid, as well. Time to put a stop to that.34
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 9:25am Doug Schulkind:

Aurélie!
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:25am ndbob:

Love these wordless vocals - and a good way to start the morning
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:25am Uncle Michael:

New Caledonia, New Caledonia, what makes your new big head so hard?
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:26am listener james from westwood:

interesting how almost all of those cuts were in a 2-year span. the high age of exotica?
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:33am Uncle Michael:

I think Dick Hyman's name doomed the genre.
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:34am Aurélie:

@Doug you're right "exotica" is such a weird word, almost a damned word for Pacific Islanders
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 9:35am Doug Schulkind:

It's like the absurd term "far-flung," Aurélie. Who gets to say who is far from whom?
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:38am Aurélie:

@Doug oww that's right :)
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:39am Uncle Michael:

The far-flung islets of Langerhans?
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:40am ndbob:

lol Michael
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 9:41am Doug Schulkind:

Near or far, as long as your flung, you're OK.
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:41am Aurélie:

loooool Just had to google it to get that
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 9:44am Doug Schulkind:

Thanks again to Monica (wfmu.org...) for sending me this one!
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:44am Dominick:

Old Man Liver!
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:45am Uncle Michael:

astonishing....like December 7th all over again
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:46am tr`sh:

And what a great show Monica had last Sunday.

G'morning.
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 9:48am Doug Schulkind:

Good morning tr`sh!

I swear this set was created with absolutely NO thought of today's date. That's kinda creepy.
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:49am Aurélie:

@doug Old Man River + SF chinatown saved my night Finally
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:50am Uncle Michael:

Your brain may no longer be the boss.
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 9:51am Doug Schulkind:

My brain gave up control long ago (and far away).

@Aurélie
Glad!
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:53am Brian in UK:

Hello Doug alas, 'tis but a brief stop on a yearning sunny day.
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 9:54am Doug Schulkind:

Speaking of far-flung exotica. Can anyone identify the image gracing today's playlist page?
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:56am Brian in UK:

It's the mediacentre at Lords. OK no ones perfect.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lord's_Media_Centre
  Fri. 12/7/12 9:56am Aurélie:

une création de l'architecte brésilien who died today ?
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:01am Uncle Michael:

got a really good japanese oldies blog to recommend, Doug?
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:01am Brian in UK:

Scroll down
http://tastygumbo.com/2012/11/20/101-year-old-brazilian-icon-oscar-niemeyer/
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:04am Uncle Michael:

I'm working on a theme show playlist for 12/12/2012. Any guesses?
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:06am tr`sh:

Eggs?
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 10:08am Doug Schulkind:

I'm trying to find the site where I lifted most of the Japanese tracks I just played. Will share it when I find it.
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:08am Jeff G:

Sing me a song, Drummerman. Playing hooky today.
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:08am Uncle Michael:

They're in...everyone's eggs.
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 10:10am Doug Schulkind:

R.I.P. Oscar Niemeyer bit.ly...
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:12am Aurélie:

@Brian Thanks! I wasn't sure it was Niemeyer
@Uncle Michael: The unique cinema in Noumea is making a big campaign about the release of "Bilbo the hobbit" the 12/12/2012, sometimes it's a curse to live near NZ
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 10:12am Doug Schulkind:

Hallo Jeff G! What delicacies do you have simmering for Monday's D:O RADIO?
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 10:15am Doug Schulkind:

Give the Drummer Some earwax dislodging. No extra charge.
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:15am Jeff G:

Funny you should ask, Doug. That's on today'a agenda. You familiar with Son of Bitches Brew?
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:15am Uncle Michael:

I think I need a Slim Whitman/Frank Ifield/Gerry Monroe/Jay & the Americans set on my show soon. Not yodeling but pyrotechnic falsettos.
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:17am seang:

Howdy folks! Nice tunes this morning
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 10:17am Doug Schulkind:

Sons of Bitches brew. Sounds like a new boutique beer.
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:17am Jeff G:

Got a mini-cache of Vinny Golia lined up, too. New Brotz Tentet. A couple from a lovely CD we were just sent by a Canadian musician, called Duets for Abdelrazik. Open to requests!
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:17am Michael:

Hi Doug, listerners. Lovin' the show this morn.
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:18am Jeff G:

Sorry: Son of A Bitches Brew. I wish they went with Sons of Bitches instead.
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:19am duke:

@Jeff are you going to throw in any Brubeck?
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 10:20am Doug Schulkind:

You'll hear one Brubeck performance coming up. And some Slim Whitman, though not consecutively.
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:21am Uncle Michael:

Here's a whistling themed show I did...mainly familiar pop songs/artists. http://ebs-radio.com/2012/02/08/ebs79/
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 10:21am Doug Schulkind:

Greetings seang. And Michael (who I assume is not related to Uncle Michael).
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:21am Jeff G:

@duke: Good question. Probably so, though we're not sitting on a huge pile of DB stuff.
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:21am duke:

bridge over the river kwai theme up next?
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:22am Uncle Michael:

That would be Colonel Bogey's Theme.
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 10:22am Doug Schulkind:

Guess we're on the same, er, wavelength, UM.
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:24am Uncle Michael:

I always say there's no such thing as a bad theme when you have to find one every week. I did kazoos one week.
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:25am Uncle Michael:

Did an all talk-box show once.
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:25am duke:

when i was a kid, there was a local guy who did a whistling ventriloquist act. He didn't move his lips, but you don't exactly any when whistling
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:26am Dominick:

(head explodes)
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:27am Uncle Michael:

Women are from Venus, Dominick is from Mars.
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:28am Jeff G:

Ok, gotta run -- this Park Slope Food Coop shift isn't going to make itself up. Nice as that would be. Catch ya in the archives -- or on Monday!
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:28am Dominick:

Ack!
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:29am Paul Sherratt:

Slim Whitman was playing the local theatre in Crewe, Cheshire in his eightieth year, I think. He survived the experience.
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:29am Jeff G:

BTW, this Henderson/Alice track --- as under-mic music? DO NOT AGREE.
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:30am listener james from westwood:

i saw jim brown at cleveland hopkins airport once. not sure if he had just punched out 7,000 martians out on the tarmac before that, but i wouldn't put it past him.
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:31am ndbob:

@Doug sometime you should play "bird imitator" records from the 1920s
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:31am listener james from westwood:

see ya (hear ya!) soon, jeff! hey, that's 2 gtdr personalities who work at food co-ops. who will be next?
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:32am Uncle Michael:

Yes, Doug...bring back vaudeville!
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:38am Aurélie:

@Doug I love Ray Anderson, I love your pronunciation, I love this Radioshow
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 10:47am Doug Schulkind:

@Jeff G
I always feel guilty about relegating certain tracks as "music bed" songs. That's why I periodically do shows where I play nothing but my music beds tracks and no talking over.

@Aurélie
For once I didn't choose the most insane Ray Anderson song on the record! (Do I get bonus points?)
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:50am Uncle Michael:

I want to hear the insane one.
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:52am still b/p:

I'druther've been listening, but hadda go get all Trader Joed and Whole Fooled. Now, need to be all Drummered.
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 10:54am Doug Schulkind:

You get way more anti-oxidents here than anything Trader Joe's and Whole Foods serves up. Welcome still b/p!
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:57am Uncle Michael:

The Fishin' Hole is still my favorite Henry Kaiser track.
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 10:59am Doug Schulkind:

The track I *almost* played from the Ray Anderson record: "Fishin' With Gramps"
  Fri. 12/7/12 10:59am Brian in UK:

@ Uncle Michael my favourite yodelling pop song is The Vogues 'Five O'Clock World'
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:01am Uncle Michael:

Thanks a lot Brian...ear now *wormed*.
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:03am Uncle Michael:

Man...Ribot is just a monster.
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 11:03am Doug Schulkind:

@LJFW
You saw Jim Brown at Hopkins Airport? That's like seeing the Pope at the Vatican (or at least at the Vatican's airport).
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:03am Hugo:

Nothing beats DeZurick sisters imho.
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 11:05am Doug Schulkind:

@Hugo
Yes, you are correct.
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:12am listener james from westwood:

@doug: i did indeed. i'm not a hugely football-aware guy, but brown i recognized. was quite a thrill. the coworker i was visiting cleveland to see was most envious.
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:14am dcp@:

New name I picked up for American football yesterday: throwball.
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:14am listener james from westwood:

true story: my mom crisscrossed manhattan to find a record store that carried tak shindo records after hearing his music on the radio back in the day.
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:15am Carmichael:

Good day of infamy to Doug and the Sums.
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 11:18am Doug Schulkind:

@dcp@
They should call it RG3ball.

@LJFW
I am so completely gobsmacked by the two Tak Shindo records I have.

@Carmichael
Good DOI to you, too. Tak Shindo was held with his family at a Japanese internment camp in the '40s. So happy DOI to him, too.
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:20am listener james from westwood:

i don't think she actually ever found any. she asked me to look at the boston tower records when i mentioned there was one up there during my college years; no dice. she does, however, have an impressive collection of martin denny and les baxter vinyl.
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 11:23am Doug Schulkind:

@LJFW
Would she like digital copies? (For Xmas maybe, hint hint.)
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:24am Carmichael:

James, your mom is totally cool.
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:24am Brian in UK:

infamy, infamy they've all got it in for me. (Carry on Cleo?)
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:26am dcp@:

wow, great tune: Black Cat
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:26am Uncle Michael:

This Scotty McKay is neato.
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 11:28am Doug Schulkind:

Scotty McKay info: bit.ly...
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:29am listener james from westwood:

thanks, carmichael! she's also got a range of original-case broadway albums that could make a tadpole tap-dance.
doug, i do believe she would. you'd be a bona fide saint if you were to point the way to such a thing. thanks!
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 11:31am Doug Schulkind:

@LJFW
I have to go only so far as my hard drive. Keep an eye on your email.
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:31am lewis:

ok now I am hooked, but I really have to go!

cheers everyone!
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:33am Brian in UK:

Cults sound like a soundtrack to a Czech cartoon.

Doug, what would happen to the albums?????
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:34am listener james from westwood:

this bed music is the very definition of "scintillating."
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:34am kat330:

Hi, Doug, and *all* here or listening! Feel guilty not having heard enough of the program live today to be on the comments fairly, but I wanted to wish a Happy Hanukkah to any and all for whom that has meaning! :)
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 11:35am Doug Schulkind:

@katt330
So glad you're on board. Now we can kick this thing into gear!

See-ya, Lewis!
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:37am ndbob:

Hi kat!
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:37am tr`sh:

Hm! Helluva percussive mix this Scottish thing.
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:37am kat330:

Unfortunately my gear is still stuck in chore-world -- vacuuming (which can't compete with the Squeezebox) et al -- but maybe I'll get in another comment before noon.
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:41am Uncle Michael:

Happy Hannukah, Kat!
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 11:46am Doug Schulkind:

@kat330
My old WFMU colleague Uncle Matty O (Matt Ostrowski) once played vacuum cleaner in a band back our college days.
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:47am kat330:

Thanks, UM! :) OK, the loudness is over. Rereading my rushed mess up there, I should amend that it's the Squeezebox that can't compete with the Dyson. And I should have said any special religious meaning, since I imagine Hanukkah has meaning to most everyone.
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:48am kat330:

Hi, Bob! Geez, gotta scroll backwards to see what else I'm missing.
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:49am monica:

lovin' this set, doug!
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:49am listener james from westwood:

hell, my vacuum can't compete w/ the dyson either!
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 11:49am Doug Schulkind:

Hey Mo! Thanks again for that Shizuko Kasagi!
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:50am Hugo:

Beautiful Harriott-D'Silva. Still not rereleased.
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:51am kat330:

What I'm hearing now is very nice indeed.
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:52am Uncle Michael:

My Dyson was no match for my Squeezebox this morning. This is a great show today, Doug. I'm working my way towards the door...if you remeber the Japanese blog, remember me!
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:52am Carmichael:

Was that rhythm or lead vacuum, Doug?
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:53am Hugo:

I'd recommend Prasanna. Plays carnatic ragas on electric guitar. True!
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:53am ndbob:

I remember seeing this record in a store when it came out and being rather suprised
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:54am kat330:

@James: I saved my pennies for years to get this Dyson, and even then put it on a 0% interest payment plan. It's sweet though!
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:54am Hugo:

He's also done his take on Hendrix. Called Electric Ganesha Land. Of course.
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 11:55am Doug Schulkind:

@Hugo
Amancio D'Silva's son told me that "Hum Dono" was slated for a CD reissue. That was maybe seven years ago.
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:57am listener james from westwood:

there's a good reason bed bath & beyond doesn't let you use their coupons on the dysons. i fantasize about dysons every time i haul my battered reagan-era hand-me-down vacuum around the joint.
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 11:57am Doug Schulkind:

@Carmichael
Oh, lead vac definitely. That band's big hit was "Sigmund Freud Was Right, I Want to Fuck My Mother."
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:57am kat330:

Gotta love having "the proper amount of suction"!

This raga set is so appropriate for a customer service phone call I had to make earlier, routed to India, bocoors.
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:58am duke:

wonderful show!
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:59am ndbob:

excellent show Doug!
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:59am Uncle Michael:

Bye drumheads...see you later! Thanks Doug.
  Fri. 12/7/12 11:59am kat330:

I'll try to catch the archive -- such a busy, busy time, December is.

Have a great weekend, everyone, full of light!
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 12:00pm Doug Schulkind:

Thanks Duke! We're going over about 5 minutes. Pull that barrel lid on tight and let's plunge!
  Fri. 12/7/12 12:02pm dcp@:

This Rasikapriya is up there with Black Cat, great stuff.
  Fri. 12/7/12 12:04pm Aurélie:

That was Super awesome, thanks Doug, bye everyone
  Fri. 12/7/12 12:05pm listener james from westwood:

loved the show, doug! have a fine weekend, all!
Avatar Fri. 12/7/12 12:09pm Doug Schulkind:

Peace and love everyone! Especially those of you whose names I mispronounced!
  Wed. 12/12/12 8:16am Van in DC:

Playing more catch up. But having a new-to-me GTDS show midweek is never a bad thing! Yay!
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