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September 26, 2008 Favoriting
The House Republicans are channeling their inner Herbert Hoovers
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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)

Dave Bartholomew  Country Boy   Favoriting New Orleans Rhythm 'n Blues
(Krazy Kat 1949)
Preacher Stevens  Whoopin' & Hollerin'   Favoriting Texas Rhythm and Blues
(Ace 1954)

Joe "Papoose" Fritz
I'm Not Suspicious, But   Favoriting Lyons Avenue Jive
(Ace 1951)
Johnny Parker  Tired of Everybody   Favoriting Bay Area Blues Blasters
(Ace ca. 1954)
James Wayne  Where You Been   Favoriting Harlem Hit Parade
(Ace 1950s)
Andrew Tibbs Cherokee Conyers Orchestra  Mother's Letter   Favoriting Strutting At The Bronze Peacock
(Ace 1951)

Talkover Music:
Oliver sain 
Night TIme   Favoriting St. Louis Breakdown: The Best of Oliver Sain
(AVI )

Jimmy Short & the Silver Saddle Boys  Your Big Beaver   Favoriting Boppin Hillbilly, Volume 11
(Collector )
Bill Browning  Don't Push Don't Shove   Favoriting Bill Browning
(Esoldun 1959)
Jimmy Lee (Fautheree)  Suspense   Favoriting

Knocking on Your
Front Door
(Bear Family 1952)
Butch Paulson  Man From Mars   Favoriting Rebel Rock-a-Billy Rock, Volume 2
(Jim Jam )
Eddie Hazelwood  A Millionaire Without a Dime   Favoriting The Intro Label
(HBR )
Dick Dyson  Looking for a Gal Like My Ma   Favoriting Dick Dyson
(HBR )

This Cold War With You   Favoriting You and My Old Guitar
(Festival 1949)

Talkover Music:
The Steps 
Babendi Bendi   Favoriting Krontjong Warna-Warni
(Time Stereo 1960s)

Ed Lincoln  Ai Que Saudade Dessa Nêga   Favoriting A Volta
(Musidisc 1964)
Pedrinho Rodrigues  Pourquoi (Néga Sem Sandália)   Favoriting

Tem Que Balançar

(Musidisc 1962)
Renata Lú  Fim De Papo   Favoriting Renata Lú
(Copacabana 1971)
Os Batuqueiros e as Mulatas  Partido Alto   Favoriting Mete Bronca Batuqueiro
(RCA 1972)
Roberto Carlos  Não Há Dinheiro Que Pague   Favoriting Jovem Funk: The Funk Records of Roberto Carlos
(Sacundinbenblog 1968)

Talkover Music:
Jackie Mittoo 
Death Trap   Favoriting Champion in the Arena
(Blood and Fire 1977)

Odell Brown & the Organ-izers  Day Tripper   Favoriting Raising the Roof
(Cadet 1966)
The Awakening  Mode for DD   Favoriting Mirage
(Black Jazz 1973)
Morris Wilson Beau Bailey Quintet  Paul's Ark   Favoriting Spiritual Jazz: Esoteric, Modal & Deep Jazz From The Underground 1968-77
(Jazzman 1970)
Marzette Watts Ensemble  F.L.O.A.R.S.S.   Favoriting Marzette Watts Ensemble
(Savoy 1969)

The Blue Notes
We Nduna   Favoriting The Ogun Connection
(Ogun 1977)

Talkover Music:
Joe Henderson 
Water   Favoriting The Elements
(Milestone 1973)

Jan & Lorraine  Break Out the Wine   Favoriting

Gypsy People

(Fallout )
The Cape Kennedy Construction Company  The First Step on the Moon   Favoriting The Electric Lemonade Acid Test
(President 1969)
The Apryl Fool  Tanger   Favoriting Aprylfool
(Columbia 1969)
Bernard Estardy  Sister Charlotte Abbaye   Favoriting La Formule Du Baron
(CBS 1969)
Chris Farlowe  Life Is But Nothing   Favoriting 24 Things to Think About
(Immediate 1967)

Talkover Music:
Milt Jackson 
Olinga   Favoriting Olinga
(CTI 1974)

Unidentified  Unidentified   Favoriting Cambodian Rocks
(Parallel World )
Buppah Saichol  Roob Lor Thom Pai
(There Are Many Handsome Men Out There)   Favoriting
Thai Pop Spectacular 1960s-1980s
(Sublime Frequencies )
Than Nam Teu  Kucky Luke (Bat Ghen)   Favoriting Ho! Roady Music from Vietnam
(Trikont )


(sing title in Korean)   Favoriting
(World Psychedelia Ltd. )
Hill  It Was Deafeated to You   Favoriting Groovy! Sexy Ecstacy!
The GoGo Guitar '70s of Japan
(Dolor Del Estomago )
Kassim Slamat & The Swallows  Nga Lompok a Go Go   Favoriting Steam Kodok: 26 A-Go-Go Ultrararities From the Sixties Singapore & South-East Asia Underground
(Grey Past )

Talkover Music:
Melvin Jackson 
Funky Skull   Favoriting Funky Skull
(Limelight 1969)

Billy Hawks  O'Baby (I Believe I'm Losing You)   Favoriting Heavy Soul!
(Prestige 1968)
Lou Johnson  Don't Play That Song (You Lied)   Favoriting Sweet Southern Soul
(Cotillion 1969)
Don Covay  Daddy, Please Don't Go Out Tonight   Favoriting Super Dude: The Mercury Years, Volume 1
(Mercury 1973)
Johnnie Mae Matthews  The Headshrinker   Favoriting Soulful Kinda Ladies, Volume 1
(Popcorn 1962)
Jackie Moore  Clean Up Your Own Yard   Favoriting

Sweet Charlie Babe

(Atlantic 1973)
Millie Jackson  Hypocrisy   Favoriting It Hurts So Good
(Spring 1973)
Lula Reed  Gabbin' Mouth Blues   Favoriting Soulful Kinda Ladies, Volume 1
(Popcorn 1967)

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

Listener comments!

  9:02am Bad Daily:

Sean Hoo Ronald First Woo Comment!
  9:04am annie:

you win
  9:07am Cecile:

how's it goin?
How about "Brother can you spare a dime?"
  9:07am annie:

thanks doug for editing.. i clicked twice
  9:11am PG:

Ah, yes, Friday ... Doug , coffee ... economy schmocomy.
  9:12am Simon:

Great Jumping start to the show..
  9:27am Bob:

Doug: could you play something to commemorate Sarah Palin's role in the Christian fight against African witchcraft ( I'm pretty confident that you have something appropriate at hand.
  9:29am Cecile:

that witchcraft got me, keeps going roung and round
  9:30am Cecile:

Heh. I still laugh when I'm in Western Pennsyltucky and see the "Moon/Beaver" exit.
  9:31am dc pat:

right on the money with this set Doug.
  9:34am JCityJensen:

Lets buck up the economy with witchcraft!
  9:36am Cecile:

Good idea, I am putting all my retirement money in Santeria futures.
  9:38am dc pat:

jeeze, hadn't heard about the witchcraft crap. This one's a little better:
  9:39am dc pat:

put your money in guitars...seriously. Tangible assets people.
  9:40am Bad Ronald:

Wottabout embalming fluid? Sounds like a solid investment to me....
  9:41am Cecile:

Wow! Sigmund Freud is a great country songwriter!
  9:45am PG:

I knew that was the Steps! Love that album.
  9:46am Cecile:

Oh, you have to play Slim Dusty - the Aussie country star!
  9:49am Cecile:

Marlin Perkins - who always sent "Jim" down into the jungle.
  9:49am ?:

Marlin Perkins
  9:50am barney:

Wild Kingdom!
  9:51am barney:

  10:03am Cecile:

In the dark days when I couldn't get 'FMU, this Os Batuquieros tune was one of my favorite Pandora offering.
  10:18am Hugo:

Cool cats, those Organ-izers!
  10:26am Hugo:

The Savoy release? Hmmmm ... verry interesting ...
  10:28am PG:

Doug - finally just got 'round to picking up Ken Hyder's Talisker ... great stuff.
  10:30am Hugo:

Dudu! Nuff said!
  10:30am Doug:

The Marzette Watts on Savoy is available here:

That Ken Hyder record just BLOWS me aWAY.
  10:37am stingy d:

everything sounds especialy good to me today.
  10:37am Hugo:

Got it!
  10:48am mcg2012:

Can someone give me the name of that box set again?
  10:48am Hugo:

Bryce can do it!

(and I would vote for Obama if I could - but alas, in the wrong place for that - so moral support, for what it's worth)
  10:49am David:

ha! love this. Good morning Doug, so happy to find you as I crank out a deadline this morning.
  10:55am Doug:

The box is called "The Ogun Collection." You can find it here for a very fine price:
  10:57am Cecile:

Are the Apryl Fool Welsh? They have a definite lilt to their singing...
  11:00am Doug:

The Apryl Fool are Japanese! See here:
  11:00am Cecile:

  11:09am Parq:

Hugo, over on this side of the pond, we're worried about people here who want to vote for Obama but can't. Let's just say that there are elements here who prefer to serve their electoral fairness a little al dente.
  11:12am jesse:

Isn't this Ros Sereysothea?
  11:13am Brian Sanders:

I may be a bit slow out of the traps on this side of the Atlantic but Earl Palmer passed recently. That's a case for giving the drummer some in my book.
  11:15am Doug:

WOW, very impressive Jesse! Quite a few tracks on this comp have been subsequently ID'd as by Ros Sereysothea, but this isn't one of them. So who knows.
  11:17am Doug:

Dave the Spazz did an Earl Parlmer tribute show last night. Check out the archive!
  11:17am Hugo:

On the subject of Japanese psych, here's one acquired on vinyl just now:

(no. 2 from the top)

parq: yep, I know ...

Gosh, Thai ... brings back memories ...
  11:17am GP: this Thai Pop..was just thinking about this earlier today...and now here it is...shaping up to be a great Friday.
A good morning to everyone.
  11:18am jesse:

the same song (different version) appeared on cambodian rocks 3, on the khmerrocks label (much better documentation on these releases). They called it "Old Sweet and Sour" and credited it to Sereysothea
  11:18am Parq:

Brian, I don't in any way want to discourage Doug from playing some Earl if he's inclined to, but you NEED to go to the archives and listen to last night's Music to Spazz By. Dave the S, the JS Bach of tribute shows, did a superb multi-hour Earl retrospective.
  11:19am Parq:

Sorry to be redundant of you, Doug.
  11:21am El Thatchmo...:

I can smell the smell of the Double Lion brand burning as I listen to this SE Aisian set!
  11:22am Brian:

Doug, is big enough to take it, if you get my drift!!
  11:34am stingy d:

flower travellin band is awesome yo
  11:40am Cecile:

Stray women in the street
I don't know, but I feel like someone shoudl be
doing a spay and neuter PSA about now...
  11:43am Cecile:

wow, Sigmund Freud was a busy songwriter!
  11:48am Brian:

Is it right that Monica is back for the new season? It only gets better. No offence, Doug
  11:54am Parq:

Is it just me, or does anyone else think that Lula Reed track sounds like Congress?
  11:54am Hugo:

These last selections are definitely Monica'ish ...
  12:02pm Hugo:

Aaah, all that's needed is just changing the cd ...
  3:16pm mike tp:

listned to the show at work on friday in real time.the show really gathered some steam . i likek the korean female vocalist. made me feel like i was in vietnam in some smokey bar. i never was in vietnam but it felt like it.always as usual an educational journey. i recommend your show to lots of tpike travelers. once in a while i get good feedback. that makes me happy. good weekend doug. an old drummer pal o mine is lou grassy. he plays arond the city and brooklyn. later alligator.

doug. very good to hear you again. it's been some time.
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