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March 14, 2008 Favoriting
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
Sarah Webster Fabio 
Jujus:Alchemy of the Blues   Favoriting Jujus: Alchemies of the Blues
(Folkways 1976)
ECD  In Tempo   Favoriting Major Force: The Original Art-Form
(Mo Wax 1990)

Tommy Scott 

Freckle Faced Girl
(Listen: Pop-up)
Early Recordings
(Collector 1951)

They're Not Worth the Paper
They're Written On   Favoriting
I'm Not Broke But I'm Badly Bent
(Westside 1953)
Cotton Henry & the Oklahoma Hillbillies  Alibying Sweetie   Favoriting Starday Early Hillbillies, Volume 1
(Starday 1954)
Gene Davis  Satan's Daughter   Favoriting Rockin' Hillbilly, Volume 1
(Cactus )
Cactus Pryor  Can't Yodel Blues   Favoriting Hillbilly Humor
(Cattle 1950)
Dick Thomas  Moanin' in the Mornin' Grievin' in the Evenin' Blues   Favoriting Dick Thomas & His Nashville Ramblers
(Cattle Compact 1940s)

Talkover Music:
Bora Rokovic 
J.B.W.   Favoriting Ultra Native
(MPS 1972)

Chavela Vargas 

Amanecí en Tus Brazos
(Listen: Pop-up)
Los Terry  Tinguiti 'ta Durmiendo   Favoriting

From Africa
to Camaguey

(Round World 1996)
Dino & Montevideo Blues  Sentimiento   Favoriting Montevideo Blues
(Lion 1972)
Los Traviesos de Michoacan  Cuando Sea Grande   Favoriting Latinamericarpet: Exploring The Vinyl Warp
of Latin American Psychedelia Volume 1

(Sublime Frequencies )
Bobby Valentin  Bad Breath   Favoriting El Barrio: The Bad Boogaloo, Nu Yorican Sounds 1966-1970
(Emusica 1972)

Talkover Music:
Marc Ribot 
Los Teenagers Bailan Changui   Favoriting Marc Ribot y Los Cubanos Postizos
(Warner Bros. 1998)

Gurmeet Bawa 

(Listen: Pop-up)
Love and Life in the Punjab
(King 1988)
S.P. Balasubramaniam (with Anuradha Paudwal)  Ishq Chandi Hai Ishq Sona Hai   Favoriting Magic of Melody: The Golden Collection
(Super Cassettes Industries )
Amit Kumar, Kanchan & Chorus  Laila O Laila   Favoriting Qurbani
(Polydor 1979)

Brass Band
Rangeela Medley   Favoriting Rahmania
(Emergency Exit Arts 2003)

Talkover Music:
Mulatto   Favoriting Dancing Is Beautiful: Dance Mixes Inspired by Vijaya Anand's "Dance Raja Dance"
(Luaka Bop 1992)

Mellow Man Ace 

Mas Pignon
(Listen: Pop-up)
Escape From Havana
(Capitol 1989)
Unidentified  Untitled   Favoriting Proibidao C.V.:
Forbidden Gang Funk from Rio de Janeiro
(Sublime Frequencies 2003)
Curumin  Curukurombo   Favoriting Achados E Perdidos
(Quannum 2005)
Explosión Suprema  Alerta   Favoriting

The Cuban
Hip Hop
All Stars
Volume 1

(Papaya )
Rey de Rocha  {sound system}   Favoriting Champeta Criolla, Volume 2
Visionary Black Music From Underground Columbiafrica
(Palenque )
Gelongal  Cheikh Anta Diop   Favoriting Streets of Dakar: Generation Boul Falé
(Stern's 2000)
X Plastaz  Dunia Dudumizi   Favoriting Maasai Hip Hop
(Out | Here 2004)
Talbi One  Sougi Bellati   Favoriting DJ Maghreb Music
(Mimouni Disque 2007)

Talkover Music:
Taboo   Favoriting The Solid Sounds of the 8-Piece Brotherhood
(Manteca 1999)

T. Tommy Cutrer 

The School Bus
(Listen: Pop-up)
Country Comment
(Charly early 1970s)

Tom T. Hall
I Washed My Face in the
Morning Dew   Favoriting
Storyteller, Poet, Philospher
(MCA 1968)
Henson Cargill  Skip a Rope   Favoriting A Very Well Travelled Man
(Omni 1968)
Tanya Tucker  I Believe the South Is Gonna
Rise Again   Favoriting
16 Biggest Hits
(Columbia/Legacy 1974)
Razzy  I Hate Hate   Favoriting Country Got Soul, Volume 1
(Casual 1974)

Talkover Music:
Embona   Favoriting Resting Place of the Mists
(Shanachie 1996)

Rob Brown 

Ghost Dog
(Listen: Pop-up)
Crown Trunk Root Funk
(Aum Fidelity 2008)
Stan Tracey Quartet  See Meenah   Favoriting Captain Adventure
(Steam 1975)
Roscoe Mitchell Sound Ensemble  5974   Favoriting Live in Detroit
(CECMA 1988)
Globe Unity Orchestra  Nodagoo   Favoriting


(Japo 1979)

Closing Theme:
John Lee Hooker 
Stand By   Favoriting I Feel Good
(Jewel 1971)

Listener comments!

  9:09am Bad Ronald:

Mornin' Doug!
  9:11am north guinea hills:

mornin' y'all!
  9:14am Parq:

Great to have some hillbilly with my morning cup. I still remembef the days when practically no one played s'kicker on FMU.
  9:20am Doug:

Morning y'all! A special word to all y'all on the ol' commenary section of the program. A BUSHFUL OF THANKS!
  9:20am nh_dave:

Why so blue?
  9:26am Joel Wanek:

Sir Doug! Warm greetings from Chicago. Thanks for the adrenaline blast this fine morning. Hope you're well.
  9:35am nickychicky:

friendly sighing - alibiing
  9:39am Robert Leaver:

I produced this record with Greg Landau. So happy to hear it. To think, Melon Gonzalez was only 19 when we recorded this (he had just started playing with Isaac Delgado) and Dafnis Prieto on congas was 18 and a substitute on the session- now he's got to be one of NYC top jazz drummers. They blew us away...and I'm so glad this record has not disappeared! Thanks for playing it!
  9:46am north guinea hills:

sr. valentin reminded me to get some gum
  9:52am PD:

Can you play any Paoli Mejias?
  9:58am Torbjorn:

Oh, lordy, that voice ! .. Great set you've got going here, gem after gem.
  10:00am Paul Sherratt ( UK time-zone ):

Ok ... who has been playing with the clock ?
  10:03am north guinea hills:

the last two years the u.s. has started daylights savings time 5 weeks early b/c bushy says we'll save energy.
  10:03am Bob:

That Gurmeet Bawa was pretty amazing. And it looks like emusic has two album's worth! I'm guessing that the song listed there as Jugni is this same Jugani.
  10:07am Doug:

Bob, the Jugni track at Emusic is only 2+ minutes long. The track I played is over 7 minutes. The record I have is a Japanese import of a session recorded in Osaka in '88. I don't think it's the same thing on Emusic. Of course, it's surely spectacular...
  10:18am Listener Dave from NH:

This talkover music's pretty mean - it reminds me a lot of A Guy Called Gerald (which is a fine, fine thing).
  10:21am Cecile:

Yay! Mellow Man Ace! Mentirosa is one of my favorite songs, evah...
  10:25am Paul Sherratt:

north guinea hills,

Thanks for that info. It must be very comforting to live under such a Great Leader !
  10:26am Doug:

Cecile, "Mentirosa" is my fave too, but I ALWAYS play that one. I'm trying to branch out a bit!
  10:32am Cecile:

I'm glad you did.

Do you have any Kid Frost floating around? Like La Raza?
  10:36am PD:

Gelongal - I haven't heard this in so long! I have a cd somewhere - gotta go find it. Thanks!
  10:41am Parq:

Ah, that's why it's familiar -- it was on Doug's "Culture Shock" premium -- blogged last summer, for those of you looking for your very own.
  10:47am Doug:

Parq, you beat me to the (key)punch! Yes, that track is on my Marathon premium from 2004.
  10:58am kronos:

Yo Doug,
It's not 5 minutes to noon. Just shy of 11am, by my clock. You gave me a little heart attack.
  11:00am Doug:

Whoops, sorry 'bout that...
  11:04am Listener Dave:

Wait, so busing leads to floods? Holy crap!
  11:04am Alex C Jones:

I think the daylight time happened first, so Doug started making the adjustment in his head, then the clocks were set an hour ahead, but Doug is still in the habbit of making the adjustment, so ...
  11:06am Cecile:

That School Bus song was something.

I mean, Dave. The bus emissions led to global warming which led to heavier than usual rainfall and of course forced intergration took away money that was earmarked for infrastructure. Clear as the muddy creek.
  11:08am jonathan:

man. skip a rope!
  11:08am Paul Sherratt:

" Real, The Tom T Hall Project " one of THE great tribute collections ( imo )
  11:10am Listener Dave:

Cecile - got it. If only they had bought carbon credits when they started busing everything would've been OK. So sad....
  11:10am GUMBY:

Yeah Haaa!
I've been blasted into Hillbillie Heaven by TNT.
  11:11am Cecile:

I know. A tragedy that could have been averted.

What? Now Tanya Tucker tells us integration brings urban development and happiness! Make up your minds, people! ;D
  11:20am Cecile:

Paul, thanks for posting that Tom T. Hall link. I love the guy!
  11:26am Marino:

The Netherlands are tuned in again
  11:40am Paul Sherratt:


Me too.

I've just been reading the comments Tom T has made about some of the covers in that 100% essential collection. I think Doug will agree with his assessment of the Iris Dement number. Joe Henry's take on " Homecoming " gets me every time but really everyone on the " project " has contributed something special. R B Morris 's " Don't Forget The Coffee, Billy Joe " - oh boy ...
  11:41am GUMBY:

Nice show Doug. Love the supersonic drum bombast.
  11:44am Mere:

Woah! This Stan Tracey (whom I hadn't heard of) ) is incredible! Always a revelation, Doug -- thanks.
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