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August 8, 2008 Favoriting
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
Sarah Webster Fabio 
Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues   Favoriting Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues
(Folkways 1976)
ECD  In Tempo   Favoriting Major Force: The Original Art-Form
(Mo Wax 1990)

The Moonglows 

Real Gone Mama
(Listen: Pop-up)
Jump Children
(Charly R&B 1954)
Big Al Downing  Just Around the Corner   Favoriting Big Al Downing & His Friends
(Collector 1958)

Choppin' It Down   Favoriting Sax "O" Boogie
(Oldie Blues 1956)
Noble Watts  The Frog Hop   Favoriting Blast Off!
(Flyright ca. 1957)
Lee Allen & His Band  Chuggin'   Favoriting Down on Bourbon Street
(? 1958)
Big John Greer  Drinkin' Fool   Favoriting R&B in New York City
(Official 1953)

Talkover Music:
The Whitefield Brothers 
Thunderbird   Favoriting In the Raw
(Soul Fire 2002)

Joyce Lowrance & Earney Vandergriff 

Hush Money
(Listen: Pop-up)
Rural Rhythm:
California Hillbilly & Country Music 1955-1960
(HBR 1953)
Jim Hall  Swami-Mooh-Lah   Favoriting

Slew Foot
Boppin' Billies

(Collector )
Slim Somerville  Eyes That Never Cry   Favoriting DeLuxe Hillbillies
(HBR )
Smokey Joe (Baugh)  The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere   Favoriting Sun Country Years, Volume 4
(Bear Family 1955)
Claude King  Run Baby Run   Favoriting I Want Rock
(Collector 1957)

Down in the Cellar   Favoriting Whole Lotta Woman
(Bear Family 1958)

Talkover Music:
Arkie Shibley 
Mountain Dew Stomp   Favoriting Hot Rod Race
(Collector 1950)

Machito & His Orchestra 

Afro-Cuban Jazz Suite
(Listen: Pop-up)
Ritmo Caliente: Machito & His Afro-Cubans
(Proper 1950)
Arsenio Rodriguez y Su Conjunto  El Palo Tiene Curujey   Favoriting Oye Como Dice...
(Cubanacan 1949)
Conjunto Modelo  No Hay Amor Sin Caridad   Favoriting Guaguacó en la Habana
(Tumbao )
Orquesta Revolución '70  Así Es la Humanidad   Favoriting

Revolución en N.Y.

(WS Latino 1973)
Ismael Miranda  Madre   Favoriting Este Es
(Fania 1975)

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

Albert Mangelsdorff 

Es Sungen Drei Engel
(Listen: Pop-up)
Now Jazz Ramwong
(L&R Music 1964)
John Gordon  Step By Step   Favoriting Step By Step
(Strata-East 1976)

Joe McPhee
Song for Lauren   Favoriting Black Magic Man
(Hat Hut 1970)
John Tchicai / Jonas Müller /
Nikolaj Munch-Hansen / Kresten Osgood 
Dashiki Man   Favoriting Coltrane in Spring
(Ilk 2007)
Paulo Maura Hepteto  Das Tardes Mais Sós   Favoriting


(Equipe 1968)

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

Xangó da Mangueira 

Que Samba e Essé
(Listen: Pop-up)
O Rei Do Partido Alto
(Copacabana 1972)
Olodum  Faraó Divindade do Egito   Favoriting The Best of Olodum
(Continental )
Grupo Batuque  A Lua Girou Girou   Favoriting Africa Brazil
(Far Out 2000)

Você, Eu e a Orgia   Favoriting De Pé no Chão
(RCA 1978)
Guilherme Lamounier  Amanha Não Sei   Favoriting Guilherme Lamounier
(Atco 1973)

Talkover Music:
Marco di Marco Trio 
I Miei Ricordi   Favoriting At the Living Room
(Modern Jazz 1973)

Jim & Jesse McReynolds 
Gosh, I Miss You
All the Time
(Listen: Pop-up)

Look A-Yonder Comin': Bluegrass
and Old-Time String Band Music From the
Florida Folklife Collection

(State Library & Archives of Florida 1998)
Coon Creek Girls  Banjo Pickin' Girls   Favoriting Old Time Mountain Banjo
(County )
Karen Dalton  Skillet Good and Greasy   Favoriting Green Rocky Road
(Megaphone )

Brett Ratliff
Young People Who Delight in Sin   Favoriting Cold Icy Mountain
(June Appal 2008)
Alabama Sacred Harp Singers  Cuba   Favoriting I Belong to This Band:
Eighty-Five Years of Sacred Harp Recordings
(Dust-to-Digital 1928)

Nugrape Twins
I Got Your Ice Cold Nugrape   Favoriting Sinners and Saints 1926-1931
(Document 1926)
Denson's Sacred Harp Singers of Arley, Alabama  Ninety-Fifth   Favoriting I Belong to This Band:
Eighty-Five Years of Sacred Harp Recordings
(Dust-to-Digital 1928)

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

Listener comments!

  9:08am Bad Ronald:

Morning - nice tunes!
  9:12am Paul Sherratt:

The which games ?
  9:13am gumby:

Welcome back Doug. I loved the Coltrane documentary premium. It is inspiring me to be a force for good. The best possible good I can be. My favorite part was "Coltrane was almost savage in attempting to play his horn as thoroughly as he could." I've never heard it put better.
  9:17am gumby:

honkin' & bar walkin' what a great way to start a Friday.
  9:27am gumby:

I think herons are territorial. That's probably why it was alone. Alone is not always lonely.
  9:34am GP:

Morning Doug and Bad Ronald and everyone else. Some nice stuff playing right now.
  9:42am Moses:

Peace my Brother ! Lets try and do lunch next week .
Love Mo'
  9:48am GP:

Is that Machito track on vinyl ?
  9:52am gumby:

I think they should have drumming as an Olympic event.
  9:53am Doug:

I have this on a 4-CD collection from Proper (the hyper-cheap Brit reissue folks).
  9:56am GP:

Thanks Doug, I'll look for it.
  10:09am Paul Sherratt:

GP, Look quickly. I think they're discontinuing the April 2008 release already ..
  10:27am dc pat:

I've said it before, I'll say it again--go see the Ex, best live show you'll ever see and with all those Ethiopians, it's gotta be the event of the decade.
  10:28am Brian Sanders:

Why is Mulatu Astatke not appearing? Ethiopiques 4 is just sublime.
  10:33am Doug:

WFMU's music director, Brian Turner, deserves a monstrous heap of praise and appreciation for his hard work conceiving and pulling off all the amazing concerts in our Free Music Series this year. But the Ex/Getatchew Mekurya/Mahmoud Ahmed/Alemayu Eshete/Either-Orchestra/Extra Golden show is nothing less than one for the ages. Thank you Brian. Thank you, thank you, thank you...
  10:35am Ypsi Doug:

Man I wish I could come out for these shows. Ask Ken and Brian to do a series in Ann Arbor next! :)
  10:45am Harvey:

Yeah, come to Michigan!
  10:47am Matt:

I just realized that I'll be on a flight to Arkansas during the concert......oh man, that sucks.
  10:47am Duncan:

Who was on the John Gordon track?
  10:50am Parq:

Thanks for reminding me about the Lincoln Center show. I've been trying all week to remember what the notation "Ex L.C" on my calendar means.
  10:50am Doug:

We will be broadcasting the Ex/Mekurya et al show live, so look for it in the archives!

Here's the lineup:
John Gordon ~ trombone
Charles Tolliver ~ trumpet
Roland Alexander ~ flute & saxes
Stanley Cowell ~ piano
Lisle Atkinson ~ bass
Andrew Cyrille ~ drums
  10:51am Duncan:

Ah the usual Strata East crowd!
  10:54am Duncan:

Tolliver and Cowell were in one of Max Roach's groups. there's a really nice track by that group called effie (I think) with gary Bartz.

This Joe McPhee is great !
  10:54am north guinea hills:

joe mcphee, a true gentleman and beautiful musican...
  11:28am gumby:

Whatever Guilherme was singing about, he was sincere about it.
  11:33am north guinea hills:

lived in fla for 20 years (moved there when i was 4), and have been to white springs many a times. sadly, never went to the music fest there.
  11:33am Parq:

(cornball alert) Gee, Doug, you coulda opened your show with this Jim & Jessie.
  11:34am ?:

Just thought I mention that the classic John Tchicai "Afrodisiaca" has been reissued as well as Barney Wilen's "Dear Prof. Leary" on Promising Records which has taken upon itself to recycle the old MPS catalogue.

Nice Tchicai tune there by the way. Still going strong ...
  11:36am Hugo:

me = ?
  11:45am GP:

That Brett Ratliff tune scared me. Cold Icy Mountain is right
  11:48am spaced profit Doyon:

nugrape twins kill. thanks.
  11:49am GP:

You can still get NuGrape today. It is very sugary. I think they use sugar instead of corn syrup.
  11:51am Ypsi Doug:

Is this "shape singing" or is that something else?
  11:52am Paul Sherratt:

I have a copy of the magnificent " Cuba " by the Alabama Sacred Harp Singers. Rescued it from a DJ's reject pile ...
Also rescued .. the stunning S Whitt Denson's " New Morning Sung "

( Hugo will understand the significance of THAT )
  11:53am ?:

or " New Morning Sun "
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