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April 25, 2008 Favoriting
Un hommage à Aimé Césaire
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
Sarah Webster Fabio 
Jujus: Alchemies of the Blues   Favoriting Alchemies
(Folkways 1976)
ECD  In Tempo   Favoriting Major Force: The Original Art-Form
(Mo Wax 1990)

L'Orchestre Du Bal Antillais 

A Si Paré
(Listen: Pop-up)
Stellio: Intégrale Chronolgoique 1929-1931
(Fremeaux & Associés 1930)
Orchestre Creole Delvi  Du Feu Pri en Tete Man Norde   Favoriting Biguine: Biguine, Valse et Mazurka Créoles

(Fremeaux & Associés 1932)
Orchestre Del's Jazz Biguine  Retour Au Pays   Favoriting

Au Bal Antillais:
Franco-Creole Biguines
From Martinique

(Arhoolie 1951)
Orchestre E. Leardee  La Belle Amelie   Favoriting Music Of Martinique 1929-50
(Flyright 1930)
Hurard Coppet & Orchestra  Manzé Marie   Favoriting Martinique: Cane Fields and City Streets
(Rounder 1962)

Negritude   Favoriting French African Poems:
Read in French by Paul Mankin
(Folkways 1977)

Talkover Music:
The Wooden Glass feat. Billy Wooten 
Monkey Hips & Rice   Favoriting The Wooden Glass Recorded Live
(Interim 1972)

Danny White 

One Little Lie
(Listen: Pop-up)
Natural Soul Brother
(Kent 1963)
Ollie & The Nightingales  Bracing Myself for the Fall   Favoriting The Complete Stax/Volt Soul Singles
(Stax 1970)
Candy Phillips (Chris Kenner & Eddie Bo)  Timber (pts. 1 & 2)   Favoriting In the Pocket With Eddie Bo
(Vampisoul 1967)
Marie Queenie Lyons  I Want My Freedom   Favoriting

Soul Fever

(DeLuxe 1970)
Obe Jessie & the Seeds of Freedom  Who's to Blame   Favoriting Blame It on the Dogg:
The Swamp Dogg Anthology 1968-1978
(Kent 1972)
Lee Moses  California Dreaming   Favoriting TIme and Place
(Castle 1971)

Talkover Music:
Hey Mr Bundle   Favoriting Make New Friends
(Tru Thoughts 2004)

Udi Hrant Kenkulian 

Hicaz Sarki / Karslama
(Listen: Pop-up)
Udi Hrant Kenkulian
(Traditional Crossroads 1950)

Mother, They've Stabbed Me   Favoriting My Only Consolation:
Classic Pireótic Rembetica 1932-1946
(Rounder 1936)
Antonio Mairena  Por los Siete Dolores   Favoriting Flamenco: Grandes Figures
(Le Chant du Monde )
Abdel Hadi Halo & the El Gusto Orchestra of Algiers  Fi Bahr el Hob Mwadji, Kifash NWassi   Favoriting Abdel Hadi Halo & the El Gusto Orchestra of Algiers
(Honest Jons 2007)
Nuru Kane  Colère   Favoriting Sigil
(World Music Network 2006)

Talkover Music:
Last Mosque of Herzegovina   Favoriting Sufiq
(Soleilmoon 2000)

Bill Evans Trio 

The Boy Next Door
(Listen: Pop-up)
(Riverside 1961)
Duke Ellington & John Coltrane  Big Nick   Favoriting Duke Ellington & John Coltrane
(Impulse 1962)
Frank Lowe  Carmen   Favoriting The Other Side
(Palm 1976)
Art Ensemble of Chicago  Ohnedaruth   Favoriting Bap-Tizum
(Atlantic 1972)
Your Exotic Prince  Eastward I Traveled   Favoriting

Speak Up

(RLA )

Talkover Music:
Sabu Martinez 
High Tension   Favoriting Sabu in Orbit
(SMC 1960)


(Listen: Pop-up)
Fire of Life
(Storm early 1970s)
Music Emporium  Winds Have Changed   Favoriting Music Emporium
(Sundazed 1969)
Titus & Ross  Cycle Thing   Favoriting Titus & Ross
(Fallout 1969)

Shadows   Favoriting Feel... The Vejtables
(Sundazed 1966)
Music Box  The Happy King   Favoriting Songs of Sunshine
(Radioactive/Westwood 1972)
Angeles  Sueños   Favoriting Papagayo! The Spanish Sunshine Pop & Popsike Collection
(Toytown 1970)

Talkover Music:
Joe Claussell & Kerri Chandler 
Escravos de Jo   Favoriting Copa Mundial Muzique
(Guidance 1998)

Smokey Joe (Baugh) 

Start All Over
(Listen: Pop-up)
Step It Up and Go
(Redita )

Glen Barber
Atom Bomb   Favoriting The Lost Starday Recordings
(Starday 1955)
Bud Deckelman with the Daydreamers  Let's not Pretend   Favoriting I Done Fell to Fer
(MGM 1954)
Jack Clement  Quench My Thirst   Favoriting Sun: The Country Years, Volume 10
(Bear Family ca. 1957)
Luke McDaniel  Let Me Be a Souvenir   Favoriting The Daddy-O Rocker
(King 1953)
Eddie Cochran  Steelin' the Blues   Favoriting

Rockin' It
Country Style:
The Legendary
Chuck Foreman
Recordings 1953-1955

(Rockstar 1953)
Harmonica Frank  Rockin' Chair Daddy   Favoriting Step It Up and Go
(Redita 1954)

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

Listener comments!

  9:06am Parq:

Many, if slightly belated, happy returns of yesterday, Doug. I'm sure all of you air staffers must be very proud this week. Heck, I am, and I'm just a listener.
  9:08am Doug:

Blowing out all them candles was no easy task. Make sure to pick up your goodie bag on the way out.
  9:15am xena:

hiya doug---first thing,,BEST WISHES FMU!!!!!! the weekend is here,,,,that means PARTY OUR BUTTS OFF!!!!!!! OHHH doug PLEASE ask ken why is he ignorin me??=(=(=( well PEACE LOVE & JOY!!!!!!!!
  9:25am molerat:

Thanks for the Cesaire tribute. His passing really didn't get much attention in the U.S.
  9:28am GUMBY:

Happy Poetry month!
  9:36am brian peppers:

I sense a monkey theme at fmu today.
  9:39am fig newman:

fridays are great
  10:03am dc pat:

Where else are you going to hear Udi Hrant Kenkulian on the radio Friday morning??
  10:08am dc pat:

JeeZUS this tune rules! Where's Markos Vamvakaris from??
  10:11am north guinea hills:

my greek friend gave me some rembetica lp's a while ago, i should have him translate at least the artists names as my knowledge of the greek alphabet is limited avoiding fraternities in college and solving polynomial differential equations.
  10:12am Doug:

Mr. Vamvakaris is a badass Greek motherfucker. Straight up.
  10:13am hector:

Hurray for Antonio de Mairena!
  10:16am dc pat:

You could sure tell that, Doug.
  10:18am Cecile:

mmmmm, enjoying the music and a nice homemade chicken wrap with mayo and cilantro and hot peppers. Happy Friday!
  10:32am jonathan:

what the hell is the instrumentation of this nuru kane tune?
fucking great!
  10:34am Mark:

Doug - Wonderful set so far! Abdel Hadi Halo & the El Gusto Orchestra of Algiers = wow. Thank you sir! Mark
  10:40am Bob:

A few new talkover selections today, right? Thumbs up on all of them.
  10:43am Carmichael:

Bill Evans! Good timing, since I just last night saw a great jazz documentary on OVTV. I'm "jazzed" again about this music ...
  10:46am Cecile:

Carm, I have TiVoed so much stuff on OVTV - it is like Bravo and A&E used to be before they became reality channels.
  10:52am Peter K.:

Great show as always, Doug, and great set. But wasn't the Coltrane-Ellington cut you played "Big Nick" and not "Take the Coltrane"?
  10:58am Doug:

Can keying in three entirely incorrect words constitute a typo? Thanks for keeping me honest!
  11:01am Carmichael:

Ya, the documentary on the Elvis impersonators the other night was interesting as well. I'm gonna have to start watching a lot more OVTV.
  11:06am Cecile:

I have a great Chuck Close doc that I will save forever. Also, they had a show on Ken Vandermark that was excellent, too.
  11:07am Peter K.:

My pleasure, Doug, but it's not a question of honesty; just accuracy.
  11:10am Doug:

I am nothing if not inaccurate.
  11:11am Miki:

AEC!!! Woo-Hoo! Now you're talking!!!
Thanks, Doug!
  11:13am Cecile:

Tell me more about this Your Exotic Prince cut...
  11:14am Duncan:

yes, who is she?
  11:16am Listener Dave from NH:

You weren't kidding about the Your Exotic Prince tacks cutting off abruptly, huh?
  11:16am Doug:

Check out my blog post on the YOUR EXOTIC PRINCE album. I have posted the ENTIRE record on WFMU's blog! Click on the link on the playlist (on Speak Up) or go here:
  11:28am Cecile:

What is it about these strange religious cults making this haunting music? A recruiting tool?
  11:36am Cecile:

Great soundtrack for a grim rainy day...
  11:37am Carmichael:

Justin Hayward backed by the Kingston Trio?
  11:41am Carmichael:

This music is making me happy, even if it's in Spanish.
  11:46am Cecile:

  11:50am Cecile:

Atom Bomb guy has really got his Civil Defense manuevers figured out...
  11:57am north guinea hills:

another brilliant show, doug, thanks!
  3:08pm thatcher:

Talk about a wilted daffodil and the leaping unicorn! What a ridiculous psych set. The benchmark, as always.
  2:08pm marionfrenchie:

Tank you!
His death was so unheard of in metropolitan France, that I have to learn about Aime; Cesaire's death through Wfum's archives...3 mouth later!!!
He was a Grand Artist, thank you for this show in his honor.
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