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March 11, 2014 Options
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
James Brown 
Cold Sweat (pt. 1)   Options b/w Cold Sweat (pt. 2)
(King 1967)

Syl Johnson  We Did It   Options I Get My Groove
Dan Greer  Thanks to You   Options Can't Be Satisfied: The XL and Sounds of Memphis Story
(Ace )
Bettye Swann  You Gave Me Love   Options b/w Don't Look Back
(Money 1967)
The Emperors  Togetherness Brings Happiness   Options Karate
(Funkadelphia )

Talkover Music:
Dwight Sykes 
Good Times   Options Songs, Volume 1
(Peoples Perpetual Understanding 1981)

Ted Daniel Sextet  Congratulations   Options Ted Daniel Sextet
(Ujamaa 1970)
John Lindberg Revolving Ensemble  Common Goal   Options Relative Reliability
(West Wind 1988)
Harry Beckett  Flow Stream Flow   Options Flare Up
(Philips 1970)

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

Blue Sky Boys  Radio Station S-A-V-E-D   Options Precious Moments
Floyd Smith with the Montclairs  This Is a Miracle   Options b/w Grandpa's Gully Rock
(Fortune 1960)
Anita Tucker  A Million Thanks   Options I Hate Cherries
( 1954)
Louis Brooks and His Hi-Toppers  It's Love Baby (24 Hours a Day)   Options b/w Chicken Shuffle
(Excello 1955)
The Harmonizing Four  Well Done   Options
Specks Williams  We Gave the Drummer Some   Options b/w Specks' Blues
(Jax 196?)

Listener comments!

Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 5:57pm Jeff Golick:

S'up drummasomes?
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 5:57pm hyde:

you're welcome, Ernest!
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 5:58pm Doug Schulkind:

Big Tubb of love to you all!
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 5:59pm Doug Schulkind:

@Jeff Golick
It has been scientifically proven that Stream listeners have an extra X and and extra Y Drummasome.
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:00pm ndbob:

evening Doug and everyone!
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:00pm listener james from westwood:

That would explain my calico coat!
Good later-on-Tuesday, Doug and all!
  Tue. 3/11/14 6:00pm Gary:

Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:01pm Doug Schulkind:

Tis a lovely evening, ndbob! A grand one, in fact, Listener James!

Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:02pm Jeff Golick:

Drummasome: rhymes with rhizome?
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:02pm Carmichael:

My late father-in-law's favorite musician. Heya Doug and drummees.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 3/11/14 6:04pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Thanks, Doug, for your comments Sunday night. It was cool to ID the folks in the old videos.
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:04pm Doug Schulkind:

Sorry about that crummy alignment, Gary.

Hey der bruddah! Did you see that there IS a video archive of Sunday night? The link was on the WFMU homepage.
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:05pm ndbob:

Certainly a lovely day here - sunny and 71
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:05pm listener james from westwood:

That'll give a body hope for spring, that 71.
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:06pm Carmichael:

Yes I did, Doug, thanks. It will be thoroughly scrutinized many times over!

Hey, did Bas get hold of you regarding an obscure Congolese (perhaps) song ID? I told him you were knowledgeable in that area.
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:08pm Doug Schulkind:

Nope not yet. I have yet to converse with the ubiquitous and extraordinary Bas.
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:08pm Doug Schulkind:

NWS says we're getting 4 inches of snow tomorrow night. Hahahaha! That's a funny one.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 3/11/14 6:12pm Stanley:

Hi Doug and fellow listeners.
Funny it was a fine Spring day here in Edinburgh, too.
Maybe the good marathon vibes are spreading around the world!!
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:13pm Gary:

It's 64 here and the app on my phone says "feels like 64," which makes me think they need to factor in the previous week or two's temps for "true" "feels like."
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:13pm Doug Schulkind:

Fine meeting you here, Stanley!

Take a screenshot of that, Gary, or no one will believe you.
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:23pm Doug Schulkind:

In addition to trumpet and flügelhorn, Mr. Daniels blows into a French hunting horn and Moroccan bugle on this record. Just thought you'd want to know.
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:28pm listener james from westwood:

I keep expecting to hear that the record we're hearing will be up as a prize for a pledge of $15 or more!
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:29pm Doug Schulkind:

The rest of this song is a prize going out to all who pledge $0.
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:29pm hyde:

this ted daniel tune is fantastic, though it needs more Moroccan bugle
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:30pm Doug Schulkind:

Or at least some Moroccan bügle.
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:31pm Jeff Golick:

Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:32pm Doug Schulkind:

Speaking of French hunting horn, here's a fun fact: Laurie Anderson's family was a wealthy lot the used to go on old-time fox hunts (with the red jackets and the beagles and such) in the Illinois countryside. My wife once went on a hunt and said it was A GAS. (No foxes were harmed in the making of this comment.)
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:33pm Carmichael:

Is there a Moroccan cowbell?
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:34pm Doug Schulkind:

And a Moroccan dog whistle. Both are rocking the top of this playlist.
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:35pm ndbob:

wow Doug!
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:36pm Doug Schulkind:

The fabulous drummer Thurman Barker was just playing marimba. Marty Erlich is handling all the woodwinds. Lindberg is solo across the Atlantic on bass.
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:38pm hyde:

@Jeff Golick by the way, the stream dropouts during your show yesterday were mildly annoying but also led to some spectacular dada jazz moments
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:40pm Carmichael:

I've always wondered about vibraphonists: would their background be in percussion or keyboards? Both?
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:43pm listener james from westwood:

That Beckett was bloody amazing.
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:43pm hyde:

Flare Up is a live link if anyone's interested:
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:44pm Jeff Golick:

@hyde: Well, thanks for hanging tough. I tried listening to the archived version of the show -- ostensibly to see if the glitches carried over to the recorded version -- and couldn't last very long myself. (Sadly, those audio hiccups are all over the archived show.)

@Carmichael: my unscientific, totally anecdotal and faintly remembered sense of vibraphonists is that they are more likely to double on drums/percussion.
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:45pm Jeff Golick:

@hyde: sweet link -- thanks!
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:47pm Doug Schulkind:

Thanks hyde! I had no idea that was available!
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:48pm Carmichael:

This sounds suspiciously like "(I Want to Marry) A Fine Irish Boy". Remember it from my choldhood.
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:51pm Carmichael:

My cold childhood ...
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:51pm Doug Schulkind:

Vibes players are more often drummers than pianists.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 3/11/14 6:51pm Uncle Michael:

Avatar Tue. 3/11/14 6:52pm northguineahills:

Whoo, got here for the last few minutes after din-din.
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:53pm ndbob:

Hello UM!
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:53pm hyde:

@Jeff yeah, it was the archived one I listened to. But I'm a surrealist at heart.

@Doug I also saw there was once a Mining the Motherlode link to the Beckett in my search! (p.s. I miss the Motherlode)
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:53pm Doug Schulkind:

What are we having, northguineahills?!?
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:54pm Doug Schulkind:

Hello Brother Uncle!
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:54pm Jeff Golick:

This show always makes me late in getting home...
A MILLION THANKS, Doug and fellow Drummers!
Avatar Tue. 3/11/14 6:55pm northguineahills:

Leftover Thai seafood noodle soup of some sort.
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:56pm Doug Schulkind:

Leftovers? I'll be right over!
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:56pm ndbob:

I had Burmese shrimp tonight - definitely not homemade
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:56pm Gary:

Where did you get Burmese shrimp, ndbob?
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:57pm Doug Schulkind:

Ride home safe, Jeff!
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:58pm ndbob:

@Gary there's a food delivery service here in Bloomington that picks up form lots of restaurants
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:58pm ndbob:

definitely not available in North Dakota
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:59pm ndbob:

excellent show Doug!
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:59pm Gary:

We only have one Burmese place in all of NYC, and it's on the upper east side, a ways away from me ... :(
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Tue. 3/11/14 6:59pm Holly in NC:

Pisser! Missed show :-( Love to Doug & YAY WFMU MADE GOAL!!!!!!
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:59pm Doug Schulkind:

Kaminsky Kamoutsky:
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 6:59pm hyde:

thanks Doug!
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 7:00pm Gary:

See you in the other realm ... Holly!
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 7:00pm listener james from westwood:

Dug it the most, Doug!
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 7:00pm ndbob:

This one is pretty good - when I lived in Jamestown only Domino's Pizza delievered
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 7:01pm ndbob:

Heya Holly!
Avatar    Tue. 3/11/14 7:01pm Doug Schulkind:

  Fri. 3/14/14 10:20am heinz:

Hello Doug,
I have not visited you place for some time. I feel at home right away though.
I am going to read your . I have been listening to '70-'76 Zappa last couple of weeks. With George Duke, Napoleon Murphy Brock, Ruth Underwood, Jean Luc Ponty etc. Much is on youtube that I never heard before.
Do you like that stuff?
Avatar    Fri. 3/14/14 10:23am Doug Schulkind:

Hi Heinz! I am doing a live show right now over here: Come on by!
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