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January 18, 2019 Options
For the love of Joseph
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Artist Selection / Approx. start time 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)

Joseph Jarman  Non-Cognitive Aspects of the City 0:07:44 )   Options Song For
(Delmark 1966)
Art Ensemble of Chicago  One for Jarman 0:21:26 )   Options Certain Blacks
(America 1970)
Joseph Jarman & Anthony Braxton  Together Alone 0:28:30 )   Options Together Alone
(Delmark 1971)
Art Ensemble of Chicago  Theme de Celine 0:34:06 )   Options Les Stances à Sophie (OST)
(Nessa 1970)

Talkover Music:
Roy Brooks 
The Free Slave 0:37:02 )   Options The Free Slave
(Muse )

Joseph Jarman  Little Fox Run 0:44:43 )   Options Song For
(Delmark 1966)
Joseph Jarman  Song for Christopher 0:51:37 )   Options As If It Were the Seasons
(Delmark 1968)
Art Ensemble of Chicago  Illistrum 1:12:35 )   Options Fanfare for the Warriors
(Atlantic 1973)

Talkover Music:
Joe Henderson feat. Alice Coltrane 
Water 1:20:51 )   Options The Elements
(Milestone 1973)

Frank Lowe  Thulani 1:27:36 )   Options Black Beings
(ESP 1973)
Joseph Jarman & Don Moye  Nke Ala (The Earth) 1:49:43 )   Options Egwu-Anwu (Sun Song)
(India Navigation 1978)
Joseph Jarman  Song for Eric 1:52:43 )   Options Sunbound, Volume One
(AECO Recordings 1976)

Talkover Music:
Alice Coltrane 
Ptah, the El Dauod 1:57:36 )   Options Ptah, the El Daoud
(Impulse! 1970)

Joseph Jarman and Don Moye feat. Johnny Dyani  Black Paladins 2:02:46 )   Options Black Paladins
Joseph Jarman & Don Moye  Sun Spots 2:10:42 )   Options Earth Passage/Density
(Black Saint 1981)
Muhal Richard Abrams  Ja Do Thu (Dedicated to Jarman, Douglas & Thurman) 2:21:41 )   Options Lifea Blinec
(Arista/Novus 1978)

Talkover Music:
Sonny Simmons 
Cosmic Funk 2:30:00 )   Options Jewels
(Boxholder 1991)

Joseph Jarman  Oh Sensei Ni Sasageru 2:33:13 )   Options Inheritance
(Baybridge 1983)
Equal Interest  Rondo for Jenny 2:42:36 )   Options Equal Interest
(OmniTone 1999)
Yosuke Yamashita  For J 2:49:56 )   Options First Time
(Frasco 1979)
Art Ensemble of Chicago  Hail We Now Sing Joy 2:57:51 )   Options The Meeting
(Pi 2003)

Closing Theme:
John Lee Hooker 
Stand By 3:02:40 )   Options I Feel Good
(Jewel 1971)

Listener comments!

Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 8:52am listener james from westwood:

Good Friday, Doug and all you saxy folks!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 8:54am Doug Schulkind:

If you want my body (of work) and you think I'm saxy,
come on, sugar, tell me so...
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:00am listener james from westwood:

We keep things sax positive on this side!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:00am Webhamster Henry:

Hey Doug! I dreamed I was in Pittsburgh last night! No Maidenform bra though.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:01am thedunkel:

Good Morning Mr. Drummer!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:01am Doug Schulkind:

Calgon, take you away, Webhamster Henry!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:01am Doug Schulkind:

Greetings, thedunkel!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:02am Granny Spicy Tuna:

Uh oh, hold me back on the sax jokes!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:02am Stanley:

Honk, honk, wakkawakkawakka, parrrrrrp!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:03am βrian:

A new head cold and a new 5-year old. We're listening in. Good morning.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:03am Sem:

Hello, is this the right chat board for an argument?

Greets, Doug, and all inclined to give the drummer some, and then, some more.

Stanley, thanks to you 'cocorico" is a deeply embedded earworm.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:03am Doug Schulkind:

I'm down with GST!

Way to make an entrance, Stanley!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:04am mauri:

Hey Doug and all!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:04am Doug Schulkind:

Hello, heady βrian! Ahoy, Sem!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:05am Uncle Michael:

Hey, that's me!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:06am βrian:

"Mon Oncle de Topeka."
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:06am Stanley:

Sem - I fancy myself as some sort of French rooster
  Fri. 1/18/19 9:06am Rusty:

Long Live Joseph Jarman and the Art Ensemble of Chicago and AACM
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:08am Granny Spicy Tuna:

Let us wallow in these feelings of love and loss and respect and beauty together…
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:08am Doug Schulkind:

Pleasure to read you, mauri! Hello, brother Uncle Michael! Man you said it, Rusty. Welcome!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:11am Doug Schulkind:

Non-Cognitive Aspects of the City:
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:12am βrian:

@Stanley: "Cocorico !"
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:14am Uncle Michael:

If I weren't committed to Pufnstuf, I'd consider a Jacques Tati avatar.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:17am Doug Schulkind:

Mon Oncle Michel!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:19am still b/p:

Sometimes, going about this and that here in my apartment, I try to pull off the Tati walk and posture for a minute.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:23am Doug Schulkind:

b/p eternal!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:24am βrian:

Jaques Tati: "Ceci est bien une pipe."
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:25am Scott:

Present! Love the Certain Blacks album.
  Fri. 1/18/19 9:25am Mark R:

Morning Doug! Nice Joseph Jarman tribute you have going here. Foortnote: I played "Non-Cognitive Aspects of the City" on the very first radio show I ever did, on WCBN in Ann Arbor.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:26am Doug Schulkind:

And it loves you, Scott. As do we all!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:26am Doug Schulkind:

You are a man of wealth and taste, Mark R! Well, a man of taste, certainly.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:28am Stanley:

@βrian: next door at our house in France had a rooster that went 'cocorico'.
Until he 'mysteriously' disappeared.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:28am Doug Schulkind:

Chicago Beau and/or Julio Finn on harmonica here. Also heard on the phenomenal Archie Shepp/Philly Joe Jones LP on America.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:29am Scott:

I have a soft spot for free jazz harmonica. Frank Lowe pulls it out sometimes, and I have a duo record where Charles Tyler plays harmonica.
  Fri. 1/18/19 9:31am Mark R:

Wonder if Joseph and Anthony were having a poke at Dave Mason's "Alone Together" or was it just a coincidence?
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:31am Doug Schulkind:

Franke Lowe on his "Fresh" album, yes, Scott?
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:32am Doug Schulkind:

It would not surprise me in the least if Mr. Braxton was a big Dave Mason fan.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:32am Doug Schulkind:

  Fri. 1/18/19 9:34am Jeff g.:

Greetings from Jamaica. Where there is snow on the ground. Much love for Jarman; Doug; and all listeners of distinction.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:35am Doug Schulkind:

Love and hellos, Jeff G!
  Fri. 1/18/19 9:35am Mark R:

There is snow on the ground in NJ, too. Although the big stuff is supposed to hit Saturday afternoon.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:36am Sem:

Stanley, the other day when you wrote 'cocorico", I naturally ran the word through a translating service. Result: it means coconut, in Catalan.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:36am βrian:

I discovered that hens can learn to crow.
  Fri. 1/18/19 9:37am Jeff Conklin:

Tuned in, perfect jams for this grey day. Rest in power, JJ.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:39am Scott:

Does Lowe play harmonica on Fresh? I can't recall, but I know he plays it on that Out Loud set.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:48am Doug Schulkind:

Respect, Avant Jeff Conklin!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:48am Doug Schulkind:

Just check the Fresh lineup. No harmonica in sight.
  Fri. 1/18/19 9:49am Artie:

Nothing and everything that Mr. Braxton does or likes is yet another delightful surprise.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:50am Doug Schulkind:

Another delightful surprise: Artie! (Not really a surprise.)
  Fri. 1/18/19 9:51am Jeff Conklin:

Harmonica wouldn’t have at all been out of place on Chu’s Blues though! Love that record, gonna pull it out for later listening.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:51am Doug Schulkind:

The death of Christopher Gaddy, heard on marimba here, hit Jarman and his fellow Chicagoans hard. The next selection is "Song For Christopher."
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:52am alanr:

Here is the link to some of the interview with Jarman that was included in "Inside Out In The Open." (wait until the program is over to watch it, please)
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:53am alanr:

Thank you a million for programming this memorial, Doug.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:57am βrian:

Five-Year Old is having a little trouble with this music. I don't know *what* her problem is!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:58am Doug Schulkind:

There is nothing else I could do, alanr.

I urge everyone to follow Alan's link to watch the brief filmed interview segment with Joseph Jarman. Then be sure to watch the entire film. It is extraordinary:
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 9:59am Doug Schulkind:

Tell your five-year-old that these guys were making music to bug grown-ups. Maybe she can connect via solidarity.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:00am Scott:

Conklin, I heard there's a Mo' Jiggs free jazz record somewhere.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:00am Doug Schulkind:

Sheri Scott singing here.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:03am alanr:

Here is a link to Inside Out In The Open in its entirety:
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:06am Jeff Conklin:

@Scott: !?!?
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:06am listener james from westwood:

It takes exquisite skill and practice to create this wild and glorious sound.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:07am βrian:

Furrowed brows: "Well ..."
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:07am Doug Schulkind:

Oh WOW, Alan. I didn't realize! The film is splendid and vital thing.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:08am Doug Schulkind:

@listener james from westwood
It is hard to imagine just how incredibly FUN it must have been—it must continue to be—to participate in such a collective creation.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:11am alanr:

while that film is being screened in front of audiences more than ever this year (China, Portugal, and coming up Germany) it also needs to be available to a wider audience. It's a challenge to get social screenings!!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:12am Doug Schulkind:

Along with Christopher Gaddy, another performer from Jarman's "Song For" lineup passed away in 1967. Bassist Charles Clark.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:12am Scott:

Yeah Jeff, I swear I think Byron Coley told me that, but it's kinda fuzzy! Sorta makes sense tho.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:13am βrian:

Do I hear a zither?
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:14am Doug Schulkind:

You must have it screened at City of Asylum here in Pittsburgh. An amazing space. I will hip you to this place. It is right in their wheelhouse.
  Fri. 1/18/19 10:14am chresti:

Good morning some drum!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:16am Doug Schulkind:

Good morning, entire chresti!
  Fri. 1/18/19 10:28am holland oats:

drumma! assembled ensemblers! lovely tribute doug
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:28am Doug Schulkind:

Here is a remembrance of the wonderful Larayne Black I wrote back in 2008:
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:29am Jeff Golick:

Love hearing about those connections, @Doug. Just was reading about Thulani Davis, and learned that she is a cousin of composer/pianist Anthony Davis, with whom she's collaborated.
  Fri. 1/18/19 10:29am Jessie:

I did not refuse! (to take the horn) I took it and kept it until I saw him again, or he came to collect it. (I think the party was at Laura's house). Funny, I think I never got to that point in the story, so you assumed a different ending.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:29am Doug Schulkind:

holland oats!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:31am Doug Schulkind:

Holy moly! I thought you politely declined! Whenever I've asked you to tell that story, I think I got so overexcited, I forgot to hear the ending.

My apologies, darling.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:32am Doug Schulkind:

Breaking news, everyone. Jessie DID take Jarman's horn home with her! (OK, I'm getting overexcited again.)
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:36am Doug Schulkind:

William Parker is on bass here, with Frank Lowe. On January 26th, William Parker will be the first guest ever on the new Give the Drummer Radio broadcast, Music For a Free World with Dave Sewelson:
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:36am Scott McDowell:

Great ending to the story! : )
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:36am Jeff Golick:

Frank Lowe was not fooling around.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:38am Doug Schulkind:

The violinist on this track, billed as "The Wizard," has long been misidentified as Leroy Jenkins. It is Raymond Lee Chang.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:40am Doug Schulkind:

I am more fascinated by the very likely possibility that it was my wife's friend's mother, Larayne Black, who first connected Jarman to Buddhism.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:41am Stanley:

Why do I like stuff like this?
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:41am Doug Schulkind:

I love listening to Jarman singing sweetly on his horn in the background here whilst Frank Lowe blows his beautiful brains out.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:42am Stanley:

Seriously, I love this but it's so wild.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:42am Doug Schulkind:

Because you are the proud owner of a human heart.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:43am Stanley:

You make me laugh, Doug.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:46am Doug Schulkind:

The pleasure is mine, Stanley!
  Fri. 1/18/19 10:49am Mikey_B:

man this frank lowe track split my mind open. love it.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:51am fred:

Good morning Doug and listeners
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:51am Doug Schulkind:

The love is palpable. It's a song Jarman wrote for his then wife (the wonderful poet, writer, playwright, journalist) Thulani Davis.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 10:51am Doug Schulkind:

Almighty fred!
  Fri. 1/18/19 10:57am Mikey_B:

didn't know that going in but the inspiration makes perfect sense. so much passion. didn't know much about jarman or the ensemble but this show will remedy my grievous miscalculation..
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:01am Jeff Golick:

@Doug: it's correct on the playlist -- it IS AECO Recordings. I've been wondering about that last O recently, but that's apparently where it goes.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:01am Jeff Golick:

(No, I don't get out much, why do you ask.)
  Fri. 1/18/19 11:02am holland oats:

last weekend's MFAFW beta-broadcast was fantastic
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:04am Doug Schulkind:

@Jeff Golick
My mistake was my only mistake. Thanks for having my back.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:04am fred:

I foolishly hoped I'd be able to listen to the whole show after dealing with a tax issue. Then a health insurance problem threw me hours off schedule. On a positive note, I follow closely the path of the Art Ensemble of Chicago box set slowly getting closer (maybe tomorrow, probably early next week)
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:06am Doug Schulkind:

I have that beautiful box in my clutches, fred. It's a thing to be/hold.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:09am Doug Schulkind:

@holland oats
It's only gonna get better and more better!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:10am Doug Schulkind:

Jarman on baritone sax here. A treat!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:13am Doug Schulkind:

Craig Harris on trombone here.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:15am Doug Schulkind:

Careful everyone. You know what happens when I make five comments in a row. You all owe me a back rub!

Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:19am dutchtheo:

Howdy! one for Jarman, one for eternity, one to come back to
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:20am Doug Schulkind:

It will always be here, ready to serve, dutchtheo!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:22am still b/p:

Give the Drummer Some Shiatsu.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:23am Doug Schulkind:

Now you're talking!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:24am Doug Schulkind:

Thurman Barker on drums here. We heard him at the top of the show playing on Jarman's earliest tracks from 1966.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:26am Doug Schulkind:

Very thrilled and excited to learn recently that past AACM leader Nicole Mitchell is becoming the new head of the vaunted jazz program at the University of Pittsburgh. An inspired choice!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:30am fred:

@Doug: do you think you could get her to make an appearance on your show? Interview, guest DJ, anything?
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:31am Jeff Golick:

I read it as LIFE LINE with ABC inserted in there.
  Fri. 1/18/19 11:32am Dean:

Anagram for "beneficial"
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:34am doctorjazz:

Late check in, but have been loving the sounds since the beginning!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:35am Doug Schulkind:

Jeff Golick, I love you. Dean, you too.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:36am Doug Schulkind:

That is a wonderful thought. I'm not sure that she has even arrived in town yet. I can put out feelers.
  Fri. 1/18/19 11:37am Dean:

Olive you, too, Doug.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:39am Doug Schulkind:

Geri Allen is playing piano and synth on this record. She had been the previous director of the jazz program at the University of Pittsburgh until her unexpected death in June of 2017.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:41am Doug Schulkind:

So glad you've been catching it, doctorjazz!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:43am Sem:

Extraordinary morning of music, Doug, just the thing for those of us chained to a keyboard, or similar. Thank you for all of the Friday mornings.
p.s. I envy anyone's ability to put out feelers.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:45am Doug Schulkind:

Actually, I just open up the hatch and let the feelers go under their own free will.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:45am burke:

I ordered a set of feelers online. They're in the closet most of the time. But I've been known to put them out.
  Fri. 1/18/19 11:45am Dean:

Myra Melford on this one, yes?
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:46am Doug Schulkind:

Myra Melford on piano/harmonium.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:46am Doug Schulkind:

Oh boy! Jarman on oboe!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:47am Granny Spicy Tuna:

Sem, as a flaming giraffe, you have two excellent "feelers" on your head.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:47am Doug Schulkind:

GTDS will be going about three minutes past noon today. Blessings upon Uncle Michael for letting me rupture the Hinky Dinky Time/Space Continuum.
  Fri. 1/18/19 11:47am Dean:

Speaking of great musicians ensconced at research universities, she is Professor of Composition and Improvisational Practices here at Berkeley.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:48am Doug Schulkind:

burke is here! burke is here!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:48am Sem:

Ossicones can be a hindrance as well, GST. But thanks for pointing out the upside!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:49am Doug Schulkind:

Well, she appears to be trading the Berkeley Bowl for a place that puts fries and coleslaw on its sandwichdes.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:50am Jeff Golick: any reasonable person would, @Doug!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:51am Jeff Golick:

Am really enjoying this set, btw, of lesser-known-to-me Jarman.
  Fri. 1/18/19 11:51am Dean:

Is she moving to Pittsburgh?
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:52am Uncle Michael:

I'm loving this show. I could easily listen to 11 more minutes of this!
  Fri. 1/18/19 11:53am Dean:

Anyway, Berkeley Bowl is pretty amazing in some respects. Produce, beer, beer, bulk foods, beer... Did I mention beer? Saw Justice Kavanaugh there a week or two ago.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:53am Uncle Michael:

The, you little thing:
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:53am fred:

@Dean: a former coworker will be starting as assistant professor at CNMAT soon. They got a good one in my opinion, a composer, scientist, and developer (also a father of young kids, which redirected his multitasking some)
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:54am Doug Schulkind:

Yes, she is moving to Pittsburgh to become the new head of the Univ. of Pittsburgh's jazz program.
  Fri. 1/18/19 11:54am Dean:

Oh, nice, fred! Name? Will look for announcements, lectures, events, etc.
  Fri. 1/18/19 11:55am Dean:

Our loss, then!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:55am Doug Schulkind:

Happy to make you happy, Jeff Golick.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:56am Rich in Washington:

Wonderful show today, Doug! I've been too busy getting ready and commuting to work to commentify today, but finally landed, so...
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:56am fred:

@Dean: Carmine Emanuele Cella. Show up with a WFMU T-shirt, he's seen me wearing those so often it might right a bell (maybe not, he has a lot going on)
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:57am Doug Schulkind:

Along with Yosuke Yamashit, three old friends: Jarman/Malachi Favors/Don Moye.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:57am Granny Spicy Tuna:

Thanks for this glorious indulgence, Doug AND Uncle Michael. See you in the Hinky Dinky lounge soon…
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:59am Doug Schulkind:

It's been my exceeding delight, Granny Spicy Tuna!
  Fri. 1/18/19 11:59am Dean:

Thanks, fred. Will do!

I'm confused. Upthread reads, "Nicole Mitchell is becoming the new head of the vaunted jazz program at the University of Pittsburgh." Is Tiger Trio going to lead the program?
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:59am Jeff Golick:

Clicky-starred this whole ep a while back, but thanks for the whole enchilada, @Doug.
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 11:59am Doug Schulkind:

Roscoe Mitchell here on alto. May God love and protect him.
  Fri. 1/18/19 12:00pm Dean:

Hoping to hear Roscoe with Tyshawn at a house in Berkeley in March...
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 12:00pm Doug Schulkind:

All hail the mighty Hinky Dinky Time, up next on the Drummer Stream!

Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 12:01pm Doug Schulkind:

Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 12:01pm dutchtheo:

Thanks, Doug!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 12:02pm Webhamster Henry:

Thanks Doug! What a wide-ranging talent he was!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 12:02pm Doug Schulkind:

Here's a brief musing I wrote on the death of Lester Bowie:
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 12:03pm fred:

Thanks Doug!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 12:03pm listener james from westwood:

Grateful for the kind and wide-ranging tribute; as always, picking only 3 hours must be so rough. Thanks!!
Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 12:05pm burke:

Avatar Fri. 1/18/19 12:07pm Doug Schulkind:

Thank you, everyone! That was sweet!
Avatar Sat. 1/19/19 9:29am Brian in UK:

Doug, a moving tribute. Sadly, I was attending my sister in laws funeral yesterday. Even worse, my brother is dealing with the consequences of Parkinsons Disease. Ah life.

The good news, just got a copy of The True Story of Abner Jay on record.
Avatar Sat. 1/19/19 9:39am Doug Schulkind:

I am so sorry, Brian.
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