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January 16, 2009 Favoriting
Sully is God's co-pilot
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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)

Roy Shirley 

A Sugar
(Listen: Pop-up)
Your Musical Priest
(Westside 1971)
Alton & Eddy  My Heaven   Favoriting

All Star Top Hits

(All Star 1961)
Unidentified  Come Back Home   Favoriting Courtest of Roots Knotty Roots
(Matrix: Dyna PW3519-1 ca. 1972)
Wayne Wade  Close to You   Favoriting Black Is Our Color
(Prophet 1976)
Ethiopian  When Will Be the End   Favoriting Everything Crash
(Studio One 1980)
Sir Collins  Black Panther   Favoriting Dancehall '69
(Trojan 1969)

Talkover Music:
Dirty Dozen Brass Band 
Dead Dog in the Street   Favoriting Buck Jump
(Mammoth 1999)

Little Esther 

The Storm
(Listen: Pop-up)
I'm a Bad Baad Girl!
(Charly 1952)

Witness to the Crime   Favoriting Get Hot: Sleazy Rhythm & Blues, Volume 5
(Blazon 1956)
Cora Woods  Rocks in Your Head   Favoriting Rock 'n' Roll Mamas
(Popcorn 1955)
Mabel Scott  Fool Burro   Favoriting The Chronological Mabel Scott
(Classics 1953)
Sugar Pie DeSanto  Little Taste of Soul   Favoriting Get Back Up Again, Volume 5
(Gyro 1962)
Jean Wells  With My Love and What You've Got (We Could Turn the World Around)   Favoriting Soul Deep, Volume 3
( 1968)
Fontella Bass  I Want Everyone to Know   Favoriting From Chicago to Shreveport,
Deep Soul Volume 1
(Fuel 2000 1972)

Talkover Music:
Oliver Sain 
Night Time   Favoriting St. Louis Breakdown:
The Best of Oliver Sain
(AVI early 1970s)

El Binomio de Oro 

Corazon Sinverguaneza
(Listen: Pop-up)
Por lo Alto!
(Codiscos 1977)
Angel Viloria y Su Conjunto Cibaeño  Siña Juanica   Favoriting

Volume 2

(Sonus 1975)
Wilfredo Stephenson  El Ritmo de Mozambique   Favoriting An Ensemble of Salsa Percussion
(Amigo 1981)
Frank Hernandez  Merengue Vibráfono   Favoriting "El Pavo" y Su Orquesta
(Souvenir 1965)
Bobby Pauneto  Agauntando   Favoriting El Sonido Moderno
(Mardis Gras late 1960s)
Sociedad 76  La Humanidad   Favoriting El Hulk de la Salsa
(Fania 1980)

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

Harry Miller's Isipingo

Good Heaven Evans!
(Listen: Pop-up)
Full Steam Ahead
(Reel Recordings 1975)
Dudu Pukwana & the Blue Notes  Interview and music   Favoriting Recorded December 15, 1965 at the Transcription Centre, London
(n/a 1965)
Johnny Dyani  Majikas Bhekane   Favoriting Grandmother's Teaching
(Jam Disques ca. 1982)

Talkover Music:
Thelonious Monk 
Don't Blame Me   Favoriting Monk Alone: The Complete Columbia Solo Recordings 1962-1968
(Columbia 1963)

The Shelton Brothers 

I Have My Bed
(Listen: Pop-up)
A Hillbilly and Western Swing Legend
(Cattle Compact 1939)
Hylo Brown & the Timberliners  The Wrong Kind of Life   Favoriting Hylo Brown & the Timberliners 1954-60
(Bear Family 1956)
Burl Lynn  Tear Drops (Fell Like Raindrops)   Favoriting

Feature Hillbilly

(HBR 1953)
Jesse James & All the Boys  Flying Saucer Mama   Favoriting Jesse James & All the Boys
(HBR 1950)
Hoot & Curly  Liniment and Turpentine   Favoriting The Louisiana Hayride: The Cradle of the Stars
(HBR 1953)

Talkover Music:
DJ Gregory 
Block Party   Favoriting Hi-Life: An Uplifting Selection of Afro-House Grooves
(Fuego 2002)

Elder Bond 

Prayer for the Sick
(Listen: Pop-up)
Gospel Singers and Preachers
(Document ca. 1948)
Sister Ernestine Washington  Where Could I Go   Favoriting Classic African American Gospel
(Smithsonian Folkways 1946)
The Pilgrim Travelers  After While   Favoriting Golden Age Gospel Quartets: Volume 2
(Specialty )
The Skylarks  I'm Going Home on the Morning Train   Favoriting The Best of the Skylarks
(Nashboro )

King James
What Then   Favoriting King James Version
(Peacock 1974)
Odell Knox & the Famous
Southland Singers 
The Faith of Martin Luther King   Favoriting b/w I Have a Dream
(Designer 1970)

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

Os Cincos Crioulos 

Grande Dor
(Listen: Pop-up)
Samba no Duro
(Odeon 1968)
Os Partideiros do Plá  Lendas do Abeté   Favoriting Metem Bronca
(Tapecar 1975)
Aparecida  Terreiro de Mae Nazinha   Favoriting Aparecida
(CID 1975)
Roze  O Pedido   Favoriting


(Independente 1981)
Tom Zé  Brigitte Bardot   Favoriting Todos Os Olhos
(Continental 1973)

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

Listener comments!

  9:02am annie:

morning everyone! morning doug.
  9:06am texas scott:

morning doug,annie and all the rest.
  9:11am Rob:

Morning all from Durham, North Cakalacky. I'm a long time listener, but this is my first time signing in.
  9:13am Yaniv:

morning Doug, although it's 16:10 here in Jerusalem...

Anyways, what's the deal with 'Hatikva'? just curious like...
  9:19am Doug:

G'morning Rob, welcome aboard!

Yaniv, Hatikva is the last song played by a show the broadcasts here in the NYC area only, not on the live audio stream. Occasionally, during the crossover, some of the last bit of Hatikva comes through on the audio stream.
  9:23am Francois G:

But why are you playing the Hatikva?
  9:25am JCityJensen:

WOW - I love this Sir Collins! I gotta get me some o'dat!

If you got more please play it - awesome!!!!!
  9:27am tombom:

he isn't playing the hatikva, it's from the previous radio program (on the normal radio, the ending of which sometimes appears on the internet stream as well) it's a jewish radio program i believe, hence why it's playing it
  9:28am tombom:

oh and i really love this program it's amazingly awesome
  9:29am Francois G:

Okay I get it
  9:30am Lou:

Awesome show as usual

Nice touch

heckuva job schulky
  9:30am Hugo:

My pleasure entirely, Doug. I knew you'd dig it!
  9:41am El Thatchmo...:

I'd be happy to have known any of these women (biblically).
  9:51am St.Even Denver:

good morning!!!! how is everyone on this glorious day???
  9:58am Cecile:

just poking my head in to say good morning.
Then I'm off to the salt mines...
  10:00am annie:

morning cecile, i think most of us are watching from the sidelines this am... did you collate?
  10:16am Cecile:

I collated my heart out and it was good. Salt mines forttunately have WMP, I didn't know! Yay!
  10:30am Hugo:

For those of you who would like more Isipingo, it can be found here:

The sound quality is pretty rough, but it's an historical recording! A little Isipingo is better than none!
  10:30am Cecile:

Doug, have you thought about writing a book on South African jazz? Or you and Hugo?

Thank you, Hugo!
  10:31am Rob:

I need to get a drink of water, but I don't want to miss any of this Harry Miller song.
  10:32am Carmichael:

Good morning Doug and fellow Woof Moo-ers. Pretty good lookin' 1st set I missed.
  10:39am Hugo:

Here are a couple:

Chris McGregor and the Brotherhood of Breath: My Life With a South African Jazz Pioneer (Paperback)
by Maxine McGregor (Author)

SOWETO BLUES: Jazz, Popular Music & Politics in South Africa (Paperback) by Gwen Ansell (Author)

The first one is out of print, so may take a little while to find; the second one is easy to get hold of.
  10:41am Cecile:

thanks again, Hugo.
Feel free to write one, though, if the mood strikes. ;)
  10:41am annie:

soug if we sent you our email last week is it still in the system or shall we resend??
  10:42am annie:

soug already saw that memo, this memo is for you doug..
  10:42am Carmichael:

Hugo, you're not the Hugo from Argentina, are you? Do I have my Hugos confused??
  10:44am Duncan:

where is this interiew from? the Blue Notes box set?
  10:44am Hugo:

Nope, I'm the Hugo from Bergen, Norway ...
  10:46am Doug:

Annie, no need to resend. I will be sending out the first email this weekend!

I enthusiastically recommend seeking out a copy of Maxine McGregor's book (as mentioned by Hugo, above). An intimate, insider's story of the South African jazz scene, first in SA, then in London after the Blue Notes hit Europe. Absolutely essential.
  10:47am Carmichael:

Wow Hugo, I was off by an entire hemisphere! Nice to meet you anyway.
  10:48am Cecile:

Carm, this hugo is the famed "listener Hugo" who always finds these amazing downloads.
  10:50am Duncan:

Not sure whether you guys have seen this before
Chris McGregor's brother Tony, there are several articles about Chris, the Blue Notes and the BoB.
  10:50am Carmichael:

Got it, thanks! In another of my cyber-lives, I talk with a Hugo from Argentina, who is a prog rock Cray Supercomputer of knowledge.

I find this to be a phenomenon, these music lover brainiacs named Hugo.
  10:52am Hugo:

Carmichael, I'm sure there are many Hugos in Argentina, (and in other Spanish-speaking countries, too). Oh, and I'm not the President of Venezuela.
  10:55am Cecile:

and you probably didn't play in the first incarnation of Nick Cave's Bad Seeds, either, huh?
  10:57am Carmichael:

As a fan of both Bebop and SA groups like Johnny Clegg and Savuka, I find this music a wonderful hybrid (although it was not intended that way). Zulu jazz guitar ....
  11:00am Mark Lamb:

Doug - Thanks for playing the Blue Notes related material! I was not aware of the McGregor book and will check it out...
  11:01am Carmichael:

Great talkover music ...
  11:04am Hugo:

Cecile, nope, I'm not Hugo Race ...
  11:05am Cecile:

I kinda figured that.
  11:09am thankful jones:

perfect music for a friday morning here in the southwest
  11:14am still b/p:

Klaatu barada yeehah!
  11:22am Ike:

Could there be a better C&W song title than "Flying Saucer Mama"?

Wow, I'm glad my salt mines now have Foobar2000. If you click the correct buttons on install, you don't even need admin rights to put Foobar on a computer. Windows Media can slink off into a grimy corner and die.
  11:24am annie:

ike, is that a new toy? do tell
  11:27am Ike:

No, it's old. But many office workers with locked-down computers are usually hanging around here, and don't know that they can free themselves from the hideous sound quality of the Windows Media stream, so I mention it often.
  11:33am Cecile:

it's lousy, but it works.
I will look for Foobar, though
  11:35am Chris:

Odell lifted that song right up to heaven yeah.
  11:45am Sean Daily:

Not even close to first comment! Woo hoo!
  11:46am texas scott:

enjoyable show doug.we appreciate the links and thanks again for the info.Happy Friday to you and yours!
  11:48am Doug:

Scott, it is a sublime pleasure to do it. Glad you dig it.
  11:52am johN:

Perfect playlist for this weather. Bless you DJ.
  11:56am GP:

Good Friday morning Doug and everyone. Love your shows title today Doug!
Whoo Hoo to the NYFD and all those guys "just doin my job" on the river yesterday......I think we all needed to hear some good news for a change.
  11:59am Ken From Hyde Park:

Another wonderful show, as always.
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