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March 18, 2014 Options
On the march
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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)

Joseph Cherniavsky's Yiddish American Jazz Band  Yiddisher March   Options Jewish Songs: Traditionals 1911-1950
(Documents )
The Lion  Kalenda March   Options Caribbean Connections:
Black Music in Britain in the Early 1950's, Volume 2
(New Cross )
Lucius Smith  The Death March   Options Traveling Through the Jungle:
Negro Fife and Drum Band Music from the Deep South
(Testament 1974)
Mamica  March   Options Echoes of Africa: Early Recordings
(Wergo 1947)
Jimmie Patton  Hut-Horp Rookie's Marching Song   Options b/w Okie's in the Pokie
(Hilligan 1960)
Bashful Brother Oswald  Hilo March   Options Banjo & Dobro
(Tennessee )
Erik Satie  Marche de Cocagne   Options Dada et la Musique
(Muza 1919)
Dick Gaughan  The John MacLean March   Options No More Forever
(Trailer 1972)

Talkover Music:
Thai Elephant Orchestra 
Heavy Logs   Options Thai Elephant Orchestra
(Mulatta 2000)

Willie Smith & Sidney Bechet  Marche du Colonel Bogey   Options Sidney Bechet 1938-1940
(Jazz Classics )
Clefs of Calvary  Keep on Marching   Options b/w Whosoever Will
(HOB 1967)
Salah Ragab & the Cairo Jazz Band  The Egyptian March   Options Black Butterfly
(Arab Republic of Egypt 1974)
Henry Mancini  March of the Cue Balls   Options Mr. Lucky (Soundtrack)
Bill Barron  Playhouse March   Options Hot Line
(Savoy 1962)

Talkover Music:
DJ Gregory 
Block Party   Options Hi-Life: An Uplifting Selection of Afro-House Grooves
(Fuego 2002)

San Lucas Band  Marcha Número Seis   Options Music of Guatemala
(ABC 1975)
Altamiro Carrilho  Marcho do Centenário   Options Altamiro Carrilho e Sua Bandinha na TV
(Copacabana 1957)
Faustino Santalices  Marcha Procesional (Século XVI) Santa Lucía Para Rairo   Options Gravaçións Históricas de Zanfona (1927-1949)
(Columbia 1976)
Juan Carlos Calderón  Marcha de Aida   Options Atenshion! Refleshion!
Spanish Psychedelic Grooves 1967-1976
(Hundergrum 1969)

Talkover Music:
Specks Williams 
We Gave the Drummer Some   Options b/w Specks' Blues
(Jax 196?)


Listener comments!

Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 5:54pm Virgil Starkwell:

That was a rough gig.
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 5:55pm Doug Schulkind:

Take the cello and run, eh Virgil?
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 5:57pm hyde:

i have a gub
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 5:57pm Gary:

Cello, everyone!
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 5:58pm Doug Schulkind:

Hi hyde and Gary! Who said there's too much gratuitous violins on radio?!
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 5:59pm Gary:

Or sax, for that meter.
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:00pm Doug Schulkind:

OMG, here we go over the falls! Hope I nailed your barrels shut!
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:00pm Jeff Golick:

Just trying to abt natural...
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:03pm ndbob:

I love capybaras!
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:04pm Doug Schulkind:

Sorry to let you down, then, ndbob!

@Jeff Golick
You couldn't abt your way out of a paper bag.
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:05pm ndbob:

Then again I love marches too:)
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:05pm Doug Schulkind:

I'll try to remember to repost this later, but here is the link to Jesse Kaminsky's playlist for Kaminsky Kamoutsky: wfmu.org...
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:06pm Jeff Golick:

...and inside of a paper bag it's too dark to read?
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:09pm ndbob:

Kind of speechless here... www.shapeways.com...
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:13pm Jeff Golick:

Makes perfect sense to me, @ndbob.

On the other hand, please to explain "Femal Si-Fi woman": www.shapeways.com...
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:14pm ndbob:

@Jeff maybe Cruz will buy that
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:17pm Doug Schulkind:

Way less scary than your basic feral Wi-fi woman, of course.
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:21pm Andrew Waterloo:

The "Feral Wi-Fi women Crossing" signs get stolen more than the turtle crossing signs around here.
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:23pm Gary:

It could be "plentiful market"?
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:24pm Jeff Golick:

I like the early African stuff, before they went all commercial in 1302.
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:26pm hyde:

and it's about darn time for that lamb to show up, as far as I'm concerned
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:27pm Doug Schulkind:

Jeez, Andrew Waterloo! Then how do they know where to cross?!
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:28pm glenn:

they follow the turtles.
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:29pm earrie:

Walk of plenty?

Market has an accent aigu on the e, marché pushing the silent-e into an 'eh'.
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:30pm Doug Schulkind:

You don't seh, earrie!
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:31pm Holly in NC:

Hi Doug & all!

Speaking of action figures...
www.pinterest.com...
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:31pm ndbob:

Heya Holly!
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:32pm Doug Schulkind:

Hey Holly! I don't like the looks of that redhead being held hostage! Looks more like Jeff Golick than yours truly, at least.
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:33pm hyde:

poor beaker
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:33pm Holly in NC:

Not a Muppet Show aficionado in your youth, Doug>
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:34pm Jeff Golick:

I think I'm starting to get Stockholm Syndrome.
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:35pm earrie:

A walk that nourishes the soul is how I interpret it.
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:37pm Doug Schulkind:

Holly, I've told the story before about how Jim Henson was the paperboy for my neighborhood when I was an infant. He was at the University of Maryland and earned some extra cash delivering the Washington Star in the very earliest 1960s.
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:37pm Doug Schulkind:

A 23-year-old Andrew ("Andy" !) Cyrille on drums on this 1962 LP.
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:38pm Gary:

I like your translation, earrie
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:39pm Doug Schulkind:

Oh, hey, hi up there, glenn!
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:40pm Holly in NC:

@Doug - That is an excellent, excellent story!
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:41pm hyde:

wow, love Cyrille. Some good stuff by him lately on either Darker Shade or Different Perspective, I forget wish treasure trove it was offhand...
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:41pm earrie:

(And like that Brotzmann/Hopkins/Ali track, It is solved by walking - the latin: Solvitur ambulando)
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:41pm Doug Schulkind:

Twin tenor saxes here. The first solo was by Booker Ervin. The second was by our headliner, Bill Barron (older brother of pianist Kenny Barron, who is now ivory tickling.)
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:47pm hyde:

OK, the San Lucas Band is AMAZING
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:47pm Doug Schulkind:

Oh I KID! They are not peyote-besotted at all. This is the way their ancestors in the hills have been playing this music for centuries. (With maybe a teensy bit of fermented tree sap to get things going.)
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:48pm ndbob:

this is great Doug!
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:49pm Gary:

Yay These Guys!
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:50pm Doug Schulkind:

This 7-minute beauty is the SHORTEST of the marches on the record!
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:52pm Doug Schulkind:

Here again is the link to the playlist for Kaminsky Kamoutsky, which kommences in 9 minutes here on Give the Drummer Radio: wfmu.org...
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:55pm ndbob:

excellent show Doug!
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:55pm Doug Schulkind:

Get ready for some hurdy-gurdy, people. Don't make me warn you again!
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:57pm hyde:

thanks for the musics!
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:58pm Doug Schulkind:

On your march, get set! That's it. Nothing after get set. You can go or not. It's up to you. Who am I to tell you what to do?
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:58pm northguineahills:

Lousy Smarch weather!
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 6:59pm Holly in NC:

Dang, this was like a comment drive-by, will listen to whole show later, playlist looks awesome & what little I heard was amazing. Thanks, Doug!
Avatar Tue. 3/18/14 7:00pm Doug Schulkind:

My devout, pleasure, Holly and all! See you over there >>>>>>>>

on Jesse's playlist page!
Avatar Wed. 3/19/14 6:01pm Parq:

Here to dig the archive. Laughed out loud for nearly 10 seconds at the Woody Allen gif.
Avatar Thu. 3/20/14 11:37am bobdc:

I was going to suggest (a bit late, obviously) Art Blakey's Blues March, but Playhouse March was pretty close. Great show!
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