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Options December 3, 2013: Big Tin God

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
The In-Theme          0:00:00 ()
Michael Henry Martin  Little Tin God   Options 7"  SSS International  1969  0:02:03 ()
Fikret Kizilok  Insanmiyim Mahlukuyum Otmuyum (197?)   Options Anadolu'yum  Pharaway Sounds  2013  0:05:19 ()
Cem Karaca  Deniz Ustu Kopurur   Options Cem Karaca'nın Apaşlar, Kardaşlar, Moğollar, Ferdy Klein'a Teşekkürleriyle  RE: Pharaway Sounds  1974  0:09:28 ()
Earlywine  Along the Skyline   Options The Long Journey Home  Award  1977  0:13:39 ()
UFO  Silver Bird   Options 2: Flying – One Hour Space Rock  RE: Repertoire  1971  0:19:23 ()
 
The Tropics  Talking 'Bout Love (196?)   Options As Times Gone  Guerssen  2013  0:29:11 ()
Carol Stromme  Inside, Out   Options The Soft Sounds of...  Pete  1970  0:31:35 ()
Claude Lombard  Sleep Well   Options Chante  Palette  1969  0:34:05 ()
Fairport Convention  I Don't Know Where I Stand   Options Fairport Convention  Polydor  1968  0:37:45 ()
Lou Reed  The Bed / Sad Song   Options Berlin  RCA  1973  0:41:32 ()
 
Gavin Bryars  Ramble on Cortona (2010)   Options Piano Concerto (The Solway Canal) w/ Ralph van Raat, piano  Naxos  2011  0:57:00 ()
Jean-Claude Eloy  D'une Etoile Oubliée (1986)   Options Etude IV / etc.  Hors Territoires  2012  1:09:36 ()
 
X-Ray Pop  Le Fils de l'Homme   Options Pirate! The Dark Side of the X!  RE: Cache Cache  1985  1:32:27 ()
Pierre Bartholomée  Fancy (1974)   Options Francette Bartholomée: Harpe Chromatique / Harpe Diatonique  Cypres  1996  1:34:44 ()
Christopher Hobbs  Seventeen One-Minute Pieces #7 (1992)   Options V.A.: The Edge of the World  Black Box  2000  1:41:32 ()
Darius Milhaud  Chanson Créole; from “Le Bal Martiniquais" (1944)   Options Scaramouche; etc.  EMI  1988  1:42:40 ()
Stackridge  Friendliness   Options Friendliness  RE: Angel Air  1972  1:45:18 ()
Darius Milhaud  Le Corso; from “Le Carnival d’Aix” (1926)   Options Scaramouche; etc./ George Pretre, conductor  EMI  1988  1:47:36 ()
Spike Jones  Powerhouse (Raymond Scott) (1961)   Options Spiked!  Catalyst  1994  1:48:44 ()
Darius Milhaud  Montparnasse; from “Paris” (1948)   Options Scaramouche; etc.  EMI  1988  1:52:21 ()
Bisca  Inquetianti Relazioni II   Options Bisca [12' EP]  Materiali Sonori  1982  1:54:40 ()
 
Roberto Colombo  Metronomo 138   Options Sfogatevi Bestie  Ultima Spiaggia  1976  2:02:20 ()
Baris Manco & Kurtalan Ekspres  Ham Meyvayı Kopardılar Dalından   Options Yeni Bir Gün  RE: Guerssen  1979  2:10:51 ()
Larry & Alfred Collinsworth  Waiting for the Show   Options V.A.: Homespun  WKQQ  1978  2:15:02 ()
The Tropics  Toy Soldier (196?)   Options As Times Gone  Guerssen  2013  2:18:15 ()
Toni Vescoli  Dying Land   Options Information  RE: Guerssen  1971  2:21:09 ()
Real Eyes  Visions of Obscurity V   Options Real Eyes  Wizard  1981  2:25:41 ()
Myke Jackson  In Search of a Home   Options Alone  Yi Yi  1975  2:27:16 ()
 
Lem  Children of Mu   Options demo (197?)      2:35:19 ()
Lee Farmer  To a Western Sky   Options To a Western Sky  Soliloquy  1977  2:47:11 ()
Stephen Whynott  Altitude   Options From Philly to Tablas  Music Is Medicine  1977  2:48:28 ()
Ron Geesin & Roger Waters  Breathe   Options Music from The Body  Harvest / EMI  1970  2:48:53 ()
Henri Pousseur  Figures Enlacées (1999)   Options Electronic, Experimental and Microtonal, 1953–1999  Sub Rosa  2008  2:52:02 ()
Pierre Bartholomée  Pastorale (1981)   Options Francette Bartholomée: Harpe Chromatique / Harpe Diatonique  Cypres  1996  2:57:32 ()
 
The Out-Theme  Gelbart: My Favorite Vacation [part of] + Die Trip Computer Die: Airborn [part of]   Options       3:03:44 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 11:56am pacific standard simon:

HI-YI-YI!
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 11:58am Tony Coulter:

Hey there, PS Simon! And everyone else too....
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 11:58am Carmichael:

Well yee HAW, Tony and pss!
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 11:59am Tony Coulter:

Heya, Carmichael!
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:01pm Ike:

Are all systems a go this week?
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:01pm Doug Schulkind:

Annnnnnd.... he's back!
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:01pm DCE:

hello hello
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:01pm holland oats:

those unsoothing sounds can only mean one thing
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:03pm Tony Coulter:

Hey Ho Ike, Doug, DCE & Holland Oats! All systems are a-go-go!
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:03pm Carmichael:

Are we hissing today Tony, or is it just randomized musicality?
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:04pm pacific standard simon:

Cat just knocked over the Christmas tree.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:05pm Tony Coulter:

@ Carmichael: Randomness
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:05pm pacific standard simon:

Is this REALLY last week's show?
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:06pm DCE:

OMG I'M SO CONFUSED NOW
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:06pm listener james from westwood:

happy december, all!!
simon, my mom once knocked our xmas tree onto herself while pushing it into a corner. so many swears.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:07pm Uncle Michael:

My musical day has peaked with "Little Tin God."
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:07pm Tony Coulter:

Hola, James!
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:07pm Carmichael:

Oh, it's the start of the month. I plum forgot to say "Rabbit Rabbit Rabbit!"
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:08pm Kay:

Will next week be this week's show?
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:08pm pacific standard simon:

It's only Dec. 3rd, and already that cat has gotten into so much trouble that it will forever be known as The Cat Who Ruined Christmas.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:08pm Tony Coulter:

and Uncle Michael too!
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:09pm northguineahills:

wait, this isn't tape hiss?!! When and where am I?
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:09pm DCE:

sounds like one bad kitty, pss
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:10pm Tony Coulter:

Heya, Kay! Just too keep you completely off balance, next week's show will be a fill-in. (DDDJJJ666 & Magnolia Bouvier)
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:10pm Tony Coulter:

Greets, NGH! The next Hiss-fest will be two weeks from today.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:11pm Gary:

Am I late for Turkey?
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:11pm Kay:

So the week after that will be the hissing of winter lawns once again?
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:11pm pacific standard simon:

Pure evil, DCE. Wrapped in fluffy, adorable fur.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:11pm Tony Coulter:

Hey, Gary! Yes -- these are my Thanksgiving leftovers.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:12pm Tony Coulter:

@ Kay: Yessum.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:14pm Kay:

All is right in the world, thank you Tony and Doug!
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:15pm pacific standard simon:

Damn! Thought the whole show was going to be in Turkish.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:17pm Tony Coulter:

Having to pronounce two Turkish titles in a row is all I can handle, I'm afraid.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:18pm pacific standard simon:

Google Translate is your friend -- record audio output and insert.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:19pm Ike:

Careful, saying "rabbit rabbit rabbit" at the beginning of every month is a demonic scam. Don't do it. It helps summon an 80,000-mile-wide red-eyed rabbit from another dimension. Admittedly instead of eating planets, all the rabbit really wants to do in our dimension is send Nigerian e-mail scams, so it's not as bad as it sounds at first.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:20pm Carmichael:

I was not aware, Ike. Perhaps "Ocelot Ocelot Ocelot" would bring the intended results?
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:20pm pacific standard simon:

The Earth IS the dropping from a gigantic, demonic rabbit.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:20pm Rich in Washington:

I did an Anatolian/Turkish rock show once and a really nice, older Turkish gentleman called in to give us Turkish pronunciation lessons.
My attempts to pronounce Cem Karaca and Barış Manço were ludicrous.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:21pm Tony Coulter:

Hey there, Richollar!
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:23pm DCE:

that kind of biting-guitar tone always gets me
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:23pm Tony Coulter:

@ Ike: Your icon appears to be dancing wildly to this UFO track.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:23pm Carmichael:

According to the intertubes, Michael Henry Martin just recently passed, at the age of 68.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:24pm Ike:

Oh yeah, he knows all about UFOs.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:24pm pacific standard simon:

The most reliable way I've found to summon demons is to mention the computer game Snood in a public forum -- that usually summons up a demonic former Snood addict who had to blow up his computer to end the addiction.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:28pm Ike:

@Carm, I like how you think. "Ocelot Ocelot Ocelot" is much better. Not too many downsides: demonic ocelots are usually too lazy to cross over from their dimension and even if they do, they never do anything worse than eat all of the leftover turkey out of your fridge and then throw it up on your hallway rug.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:34pm Tony Coulter:

I always liked the full name of the label this Carol Stromme is on: not "Pete Records," but "Records by Pete." Sounds like a label a hairdresser would found.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:34pm pacific standard simon:

This Carol Stromme thing is a classic of "heavy" easy-listening.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:35pm Tony Coulter:

Almost unbelievably -- given how good she is -- Claude Lombard was a Eurovision Contest winner in the '60s.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:37pm pacific standard simon:

This set is not only making up for your re-run last week, but also for the absence of Uncle Michael.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:38pm Jeremy N:

Amazing too how much this Claude Lombard track sounds like Broadcast.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:39pm Tony Coulter:

Hey Jeremy!
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:40pm Tony Coulter:

Broadcast is a band I really don't know. But if they sound like Claude Lombard, maybe I should check them out.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:42pm Jeremy N:

Hi Tony! Broadcast are fantastic. They do wear their influences on their sleeve, The United States of America being a major one.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:43pm Carmichael:

Yay, Fairport!!
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:45pm Brian in UK:

Hello Tony

'Pinch punch first of the month' does it for me, must be before midday on the 1st.

How do you titilate an ocelot?
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:46pm Brian in UK:

Carole Lombard won the Eurovision?
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:48pm Tony Coulter:

Hey Brian!
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 12:51pm Carmichael:

The classic Reed guitar lineup of Dick Wagner and Steve Hunter. My ears spot those licks a mile away.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:52pm Tony Coulter:

"Somebody else would have broken both of her arms" -- a romantic line for the ages.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:55pm northguineahills:

Off to lunch, see ya!
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 12:57pm Tony Coulter:

See yerz. Happy chewing!
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:00pm pacific standard simon:

I had to step out to make a mug of tea, but I'm delaying breakfast until lunch so I can listen.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:06pm Carmichael:

I'm gettin' some culcha ...
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 1:07pm Tony Coulter:

Eat yer culcha.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:09pm Uncle Michael:

Dear Mom,

My lunch is nothing to write home about.

All my love,

Uncle Michael
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:12pm pacific standard simon:

Wait, your Mom is your niece?
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:13pm Uncle Michael:

Relationship status: It's complicated.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 1:20pm glenn:

so.....if worcester (as in worcestershire) is pronounced wooster, why isn't rochester pronounced rooster? just wondering.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 1:20pm Tony Coulter:

Hors Territoires has released a torrent of Jean-Claude Eloy CDs over the last couple of years. Will have to investigate further.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 1:21pm Tony Coulter:

Hey Glenn! Good question. We demand an answer.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 1:22pm Tony Coulter:

My favorite town name pronunciation: Sequim, in Washington, is pronounced "Squim." I love saying "Squim."
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:27pm pacific standard simon:

And then there's Enumclaw, WA, which my brain always translates to "Enemalaw". Washington is full of weird-ass names. Home of the geoduck clam.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 1:29pm Tony Coulter:

Of course there's also Braintree, MA. That's an old fave of mine.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:31pm pacific standard simon:

Wow, short set! ;)
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:31pm listener james from westwood:

"braintree" conjured an interesting image the first time i saw it on a T map during orientation week @ boston college.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:31pm listener james from westwood:

smashing first half, tony!
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 1:32pm glenn:

i'll see your braintree, and raise you one head-smashed-in-buffalo-jump.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:33pm pacific standard simon:

Visit beautiful Humptulips, WA.
en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 1:34pm Tony Coulter:

@ James: Thanks, Sir James!
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:36pm pacific standard simon:

I just downloaded an episode of the Spike Jones show featuring Harpo Marx.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:38pm Brian in UK:

Try this one for size.
Woolfardisworthy pronounced Woolsery.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 1:38pm Tony Coulter:

There's some Spike Jones ahead, actually! A Spike Jones right through the Braintree.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:39pm Uncle Michael:

Harpo on squeeze horn solo?
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:39pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Late to the party, as usual.
I see I missed a 1971-era Repertoire thing. Bugga!
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 1:40pm Tony Coulter:

@ Brian: Well, my ancestral home town of Coulter, in Scotland, is apparently pronounced "Cooter." Yikes!
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:40pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

...AND a J-C Eloy piece! Doublebugga!
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:40pm Brian in UK:

Did not have the harp to tell him he was in the wrong show.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 1:40pm Tony Coulter:

Hey Turnip!
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:41pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

EH? Whassat? SPEAK UP, man, sounds like you have a harp murmur!
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 1:42pm glenn:

i JUST realized that a rotovator is really a rototiller. silly brits, the next thing you know, a hood will be a bonnet.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:42pm Stanley:

Hi Tony. Reminds me that 'when I was a younger man' Braintree was a destination on the Underground (subway) in London of a train I would catch. Another was Barking and after a few drinks after work standing on the platform if Barking got displayed, inevitably, me and my pals would shout Woof Woof. We used have a lot of fun when drunk, back then.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:42pm Brian in UK:

@glenn a tiller is what a boat has.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:43pm Stanley:

Also, Tony, just thought I'd add that today I drove through a village in Scotland called Coulter.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 1:43pm Tony Coulter:

@ Stanley: Ha! (and greets.)
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:45pm Brian in UK:

A scotch bonnet is a chili. Go figure.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:45pm Brian in UK:

@Stanley did you see Tony's castle.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 1:46pm Tony Coulter:

@ Stanley: That village is the place I mean -- my name is derived from there.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 1:46pm βrian:

And a Scoville is a measure, not a place.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:49pm Stanley:

@Tony - cool. You'll have to visit the old ancestors one day. But the 'castle' Brian mentioned is just a mound of earth, I think.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 1:49pm Tony Coulter:

And here's the Spike Jones you ordered. (Even if it is a Raymond Scott cover!)
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:49pm Uncle Michael:

More Raymond Scott covers, por favor.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:51pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

It's a pretty straight cover, for Spikey.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:52pm listener james from westwood:

heh, rev, was just gonna say the same! great cover, tho'.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:53pm pacific standard simon:

Anyone know how Raymond and Spike felt about each other?
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:53pm Brian in UK:

Tony you could be a laird not a lad.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 1:55pm Tony Coulter:

Both are better than being lard.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:56pm pacific standard simon:

He leered.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 1:57pm Uncle Michael:

PSS, ask Irwin.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:02pm Brian in UK:

Was Alice Munro's A View from Castle Rock set around Ettrick in the same Border region near Coulter. She is of Scottish origin.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 2:03pm Tony Coulter:

I'll have to ask the clan chiefs.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:04pm Stanley:

Edinburgh Castle, or the thing it stands on, is sometimes called Castle Rock. I think it was also the name of a Scottish film company.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:05pm Brian in UK:

I read it a couple of years ago. Memory is vague.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:06pm Brian in UK:

To the kitchen, nice work Tony, thanks.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 2:07pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks! Enjoy your haggis.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 2:07pm glenn:

The View from Castle Rock[edit]
This story narrates the voyage of James Laidlaw and his family to Canada. The title stems from the event when James took his ten-year-old child Andrew to the top of the Rock of Edinburgh Castle to show him the coast of America (actually Fife). James Laidlaw (Old James) had one daughter, Mary, and 5 sons, Robert, James, Andrew, William, and Walter. Robert and William had moved to the Highlands before the move, while the others followed in the voyage. Andrew's family is composed of his pregnant wife Agnes and their infant son (Young) James. Agnes gives birth to a girl during the ocean crossing. Mary is very attached to Young James: she takes care of him and panics when he disappears. Young James dies shortly after their landing. Walter writes down an account of the trip in his journal. He meets a rich girl suffering from tuberculosis; her father suggests he follow them and get a job in his business, but Walter declines.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:08pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Home is where the haggis.™
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:08pm Stanley:

Fife is often confused with America.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:09pm Brian in UK:

Stanley did you get near here
www.traquair.co.uk...

Well it is trout my neighbour caught. Recommend the book.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:11pm Brian in UK:

The Kingdom of Fife. Ian Rankin was in the second or third best band in Fife.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 2:12pm glenn:

not according to alexander mccall smith.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 2:13pm Tony Coulter:

I still have a bit of left-over Turkey for you.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:13pm holland oats:

drumstick no doubt
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:14pm Brian in UK:

Never trust an amateur bassoonist or was that balloonist.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:20pm pacific standard simon:

What, no "Istanbul, Not Constantinople"?
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:21pm Stanley:

Brian - I know it well and one of the daughters of the family that own it. Have you been there?
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:24pm Brian in UK:

No Stanley bit of a trot but one day (he sighed) Nearly got there on our Fear and Loathing trip in '77 but never got over the border. Got as far north as Seahouses.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 2:27pm Tony Coulter:

@ Pacific Standard Simon: "Istanbul, here I come" doesn't have the same ring as "Constantinople, here I come," somehow....
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 2:27pm glenn:

i'm reminded here of letters from a small island, and the old geezers discussing the best route to take to go about 20 miles. not that i'm suggesting anything.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:28pm Stanley:

@Brian - By then the locals were turning into man-eating lizards, I imagine.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:30pm pacific standard simon:

Well, there's a bridge at one end of my small island, and a ferryboat at the other, so the options for traveling 20 miles are limited.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:31pm Brian in UK:

Hadrians Wall was fun. All in an Austin 1100. Better get cooking, this bluudy radio station is such a distraction.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:31pm Carmichael:

Boy, does this sound like Caravan or what!?
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:35pm Stanley:

Get yourself gone, Brian. You've got other fish to fry.
Shlater.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:36pm pacific standard simon:

Mmm... fried fish.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 2:36pm Tony Coulter:

@ Carmichael: Now that you mention it....
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:41pm Rich in Washington:

this is fantastic.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 2:50pm Tony Coulter:

Ack! The accuplaylist was just freezing up on me. Seems to happen once a show, probably due to the creakiness of my computer. Sorry for the titular confusion.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 2:53pm Doug Schulkind:

GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO PROGRAMMING ALERT...
Filed under "Riches, Embarrassment of" is the reality that the Drummer Stream has TWO MORE Tuesday radio shows waiting in the wings:

At 6pm (ET), it's Give the Drummer Some, which will be celebrating Nino Rota's 102nd birthday.

and

At 7pm, Jesse Kaminsky is just back from the Arizona Outback (in almost one piece) in time to perpetrate another Kaminsky Kamoutsky show. Tune in and confound your cochlea!

Of course, Give the Drummer Radio runs 24 hours a day, so you can keep listening until those shows are rolling. Coming up next on the Stream will be these left- and right-handed artists:

Gene Sisco
Harumi
Iva Bittová & Pavel Fajt
Soulsistics
Danny Freeman & the Soul Superiors
Mohd Rafi & Asha Bhosle
Cleo Brown
Don Redman
Jabbo Smith
Irene & the Sweet Melodians
Xavier Cugat
Fruko y Sus Tesos
Charles Bradley
The Delteens
Terry Knight & the Pack
Savannah Churchill & the Four Tunes
Black Santiagos
NaHawa Doumbia
Merle Kilgore
Skeets Bonn
and more
and more
and eternally more...
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:54pm listener james from westwood:

w00t! rota fest!
loved loved loved the show, tony! enjoy your week off!
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 2:55pm Tony Coulter:

AND *ANOTHER* GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO PROGRAMMING ALERT....
Next week DDDJJJ666 and Magnolia Bouvier fill in for me. Treat 'em good.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 2:55pm glenn:

jeez. i would have sworn nino rota was 101, tops.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 2:56pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, James! Don't go away everybody -- there's one more track coming up.
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:56pm Stanley:

Wonderful show Tony.
Enjoy your break, wherever you are.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 2:57pm Tony Coulter:

Thanks, Stanley!
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:57pm pacific standard simon:

Thank you, Tony -- a pleasure, as always. Now, to FOOD!
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 2:59pm Tony Coulter:

Ha! Thanks Simon, and everyone else for tuning in. See you in 2 weeks, with a Tape Hiss. Now, to FLEA BOMB.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 2:59pm northguineahills:

palabara, antonio!
Avatar    Tue. 12/3/13 2:59pm Carmichael:

Thanks, Tony.
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 2:59pm Tony Coulter:

Capybara, NGH!
Avatar Tue. 12/3/13 3:00pm Tony Coulter:

Yer welcomes. See you everybody!
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