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April 29, 2014 Options
Happy 97th, Marjorie Allen
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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)

Abe Schwartz  Tantz, Tantz, Yiddelach (Dance On, Dance On)   Options Master of Klezmer Music Vol. 1: The First Recordings, 1917
(Global Village 1917)
George H. O'Connor  Ephraham's Jazbo Band   Options b/w Arthur Fields: Everybody Loves a Jazz Band
(Columbia 1917)
Bainão  Pelo Telfone   Options Pequena História do Samba
( 1917)
Irving Kaufman  The Ragtime Volunteers Are Off to War   Options b/w Won’t You Say a Word for Ireland ? (Mr. Wilson)
(Columbia 1917)
Clara Gold & Gus Goldstein  Mendel Shiker   Options b/w The Yid in Romanian
(Victor 1917)
Harry C. Browne & the Peerless Quartet  Carve Dat Possum   Options b/w Climb Up! Ye Chillun, Climb!
(Columbia 1917)
Eubie Blake Trio  Hungarian Rag   Options b/w American Jubilee
(Pathé 1917)

Talkover Music:
George Gershwin (piano roll) 
Whispering   Options

Collins and Harlan  The Ghost of the Saxophone   Options b/w Mammy Blossom's 'Possum Party
(Victor 1917)
Original Dixieland Jass Band  Livery Stable Blues   Options b/w Dixie Jass Band One Step Introducing "That Teasin' Rag"
(Victor 1917)
Gene Greene  From Here to Shanghai   Options b/wRuff Johnson's Harmony Band
(Victor 1917)
Bert Williams  No Place Like Home   Options b/w Twenty Years
(Columbia 1917)
Wilbur Sweatman & His Jazz Band  A Bag of Rags   Options b/w Joe Turner's Blues
(Pathé 1917)
Amelita Galli-Curci (soprano), Minnie Egener (contralto), Enrico Caruso (tenor), Marcel Journet (bass), Giuseppe De Luca (baritone), Angelo Bada (tenor)  Chi Mi Frena from "Lucia di Lammermoor"   Options
(Victor 1917)

Talkover Music:
George Gershwin (piano roll) 
Whispering   Options

Golden and Heins  The Death of Towser   Options
(Victor 1917)
Michiele Lentine-Antonio Papariello  Tarantella   Options Folk Music in America, Volume 5:
Dance Music: Ragtime, Jazz, Etc.
(Library of Congress 1917)
The Savoy Quartet  Down Texas Way   Options
(His Master's Voice 1917)
Frisco "Jazz" Band  Night-Time in Little Italy   Options
(Edison )
Earl Fuller's Famous Jazz Band  Slippery Hank   Options b/w Yah-De-Dah
(Victor 1917)

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

Listener comments!

Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 5:53pm hyde:

is this thing on?
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 5:54pm Doug Schulkind:

Still streaming, hyde. About to switch over to Drummersoming.
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 5:56pm Doug Schulkind:

There we go. See you in 5...
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 5:57pm Listener Gary back in Astoria:

Safe! <------[Robert Klein reference]
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 5:58pm hyde:

I went to crank up the stream the other night, and there was nothing. Nothing! Thought it was down. Turned out I didn't have the volume on the player turned up. Crisis averted.
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 5:58pm Doug Schulkind:

I think the catcher nicked you're posterior with his glove, Gary. Maybe we should ask the umps for a video replay?
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 5:59pm ndbob:

evening Doug, Gary, Hyde, everyone!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 5:59pm listener james from westwood:

Howdy, all, and happy birthday to Doug's M-I-L!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:01pm Doug Schulkind:

Howdy ndbob and LJFW!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:03pm davex:

Happy birthday! Looking forward to 1917...
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:03pm Bas NL:

Hi Doug & streamers!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:04pm Doug Schulkind:

Oi oi oi, davex!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:04pm Gary:

I just read the FB post and now I understand ...
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:06pm Doug Schulkind:

Greetings, Bas NL! Thanks for staying up late!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:06pm Monica:

hey there, dougeleh and faithful drummer-ites. oy, abe!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:06pm davex:

Great track to begin a celebration - mazel tov!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:07pm Doug Schulkind:

MONICA! Hey-O!

How obvious is it that Mr. O'Connor is singing in blackface? Disgustingly obvious.
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:11pm davex:

This one (Bainão) in no way sounds 97 years old.
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:11pm listener james from westwood:

Just looked up the vote in the headline. Sad to see the 3 Progressives in the House all voted for conscription. (Both La Follettes—both Repubs, altho' Senator Robert would later switch to Progressive—voted against.)
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:12pm Doug Schulkind:

@davex
I actually have this Bainão on two different records. Both claim 1917!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:12pm Doug Schulkind:

@Listener James from Westwood
Plenty to get depressed about if you read too closely.
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:13pm davex:

It sounds amazingly modern.
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:15pm Doug Schulkind:

@davex
Yes yes absolutely!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:18pm Doug Schulkind:

Take a gander at the wild cover art accompanying the sheet music for Carve Dat Possum: en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:20pm Doug Schulkind:

Some more extremely modern sounds coming up, courtesy of Eubie Blake's piano (pronounced PY-anah)
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:20pm Gary:

^Wow
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:21pm Gary:

["Wow" meant for cover art, not pronunciation.] [FYI]
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:21pm Doug Schulkind:

Lose yer appetite, Gary?!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:21pm listener james from westwood:

Heh, good music to cook by, that!
  Tue. 4/29/14 6:22pm ?:

I'm pretty sure I bought that possum t-shirt on Etsy
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:23pm hyde:

this eubie blake is killer
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:23pm listener james from westwood:

I will never not be a sucker for tunes that quote Lizst.
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:23pm earrie:

'evening. Carved for possum pizza? Gah. The leek pizza was excellent. I did oil/garlic base instead of cream. And ++mushrooms. Thanks again for that.
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:23pm Doug Schulkind:

Either a t-shirt or a "Home Sweet Home" style embroidered pillow.
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:23pm davex:

Wow, Eubie Blake. He was still playing into the 70s and 80s.
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:24pm Doug Schulkind:

Before you head out to the market, LJFW, don't forget your Chopin Lizst.
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:24pm ndbob:

indeed James - and good music to microwave by as well:)
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:31pm hyde:

i thought you said "goats of the saxophone"
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:31pm ndbob:

I wonder how many Collins and Harlan records there are - hundreds I'd bet
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:31pm northguineahills:

Sounds excellent, earrie!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:31pm Doug Schulkind:

Too bad the drummer couldn't stay on the bleat.
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:33pm Doug Schulkind:

@earrie
I made the leek pizzza, too. A BIG family fave. I will make again this Friday and just shove the prosciutto (used instead of bacon) off to the side for my vegetarian daughter.
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:33pm still b/p:

I'm late, but in time to report this freaky bit: a good friend gave me a newspaper two days ago, The Tri-Weekly Constitution from Atlanta. The date: March 23, 1917!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:34pm Doug Schulkind:

Getting into openly racist territory with this next one from Gene Greene.
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:35pm davex:

The goats just slipped into the livery stable.
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:36pm ndbob:

I don't think I know what a leek looks like
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:38pm ndbob:

Bert!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:38pm Doug Schulkind:

Oh how silly of all of you to think I'd forget to include some Enrico Caruso. He'll be singing in all-star sextet, song after next.
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:38pm earrie:

Sorta looks like a giant green onion.
Flat leaves, not hollow.
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:39pm ndbob:

@earrie TY!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:47pm davex:

Like the piano rolls!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:55pm northguineahills:

Thanks Doug, fun times (1917)!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:57pm Doug Schulkind:

My pleasure, NGH!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:57pm davex:

Great collection - looking forward to 1919, now, and any other years you happen to have...
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:57pm Gary:

Worth the nearly century wait to hear these!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 6:59pm Doug Schulkind:

See you in 2111, Gary!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 7:02pm Gary:

Now I feel like making a pilgrimage to Woodlawn to pay respects to Williams
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 7:03pm listener james from westwood:

2111 sounds like a plan. Another retro show will steel us against the next year's worth of squee from the Rush fans.
Simply divine throwback, Doug! My absolute best to Ms. Marjorie!
  Tue. 4/29/14 7:03pm jessie:

life is long crazy and hard -- can't wait to play this for my mom.
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 7:04pm Doug Schulkind:

I'll get you out of here by 7:08. I promise!

Without you, Jessie, none of this would have been possible. Or at least likely!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 7:06pm Gary:

^Awwwww ...
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 7:06pm ndbob:

excellent show Doug!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 7:07pm Gary:

Yes, super-loved it!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 7:08pm Bas NL:

Thanks Doug; very interesting hour!
Avatar Tue. 4/29/14 7:10pm Doug Schulkind:

Happy birthday, everyone!
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