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April 17, 2009 Favoriting
So what do we do now without Manny Oquendo?
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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 5 Red Caps 

Monkey and the Baboon
(Listen: Pop-up)
(Flyright )
The Annuals  Hungry   Favoriting

See What's Cookin' at
the Doo-Wop Diner!

(DWR 1959)
Scarlets  Cry Baby   Favoriting Golden Era of Doo-Wops:
Red Robin Records, Part 1
(Relic )
James Brown & the Famous Flames  That's When I Lost My Heart   Favoriting Please, Please, Please
(King 1959)
The T-Birds  Taco Harry   Favoriting The Jaguars: The Way You Look Tonight
(Earth Angel )
Prof. Hamilton & the Schoolboys  Juanita in Mexico   Favoriting R&B Groups Go Latin
(Relic )

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

Rolando La'Serie 

Tenia Que Ser Asi
(Listen: Pop-up)
(Alvarez Guedes )
Angelo y Su Conjunto Modelo  Maria Belen   Favoriting Aquí Esta el Son
(Laslos )
Gabriel Romero  La Subienda   Favoriting 14 Canoñazos Bailables, Volume 20
(Discos Fuentes )
Les McCann Ltd.  Que Rico (Swingin' Preacher)   Favoriting McCanna
(Pacific Jazz 1964)

Manny Oquendo
y Libre
Elena, Elena   Favoriting Ritmo, Sonido y Estilo
(Montuno 1983)

Talkover Music:
Joe Henderson (feat. Alice Coltrane) 
Water   Favoriting The Elements
(Milestone 1973)

Perry Robinson 

Sprites Delight
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Funk Dumpling
(Savoy 1962)
Charles Tyler Quartet  The Wasteland   Favoriting Definite, Volume 1
(Storyville 1981)
Chico Hamilton Quintet  Lonesome Child   Favoriting Passin' Thru
(Impulse! 1962)
Albert Mangelsdorff & Don Cherry  I Dig It - You Dig It   Favoriting

Albert Mangelsdorff
and His Friends

(MPS 1969)
Khan Jamal / Pierre Dørge / Johnny Dyani  A Bomb   Favoriting Three
(SteepleChase 1984)

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

Atanas Georgi Gergov 
Snoshti Minaha Pre Solo
Turtsi (Last Night the
Infidel Turks Passed
Through the Village)

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Blowers from the Balkans:
Classic Historic Recordings of Wind Instruments
(Topic probably 1927)
Joe Maneri  After Myself   Favoriting Paniots Nine
(Avant 1999)
Gétatchèw Mèkura  Ambassèl   Favoriting Ethiopiques Volume 14:
Negus of Ethiopian Sax
(Buda Musique )

Sangam (Indian Melody)   Favoriting Kurdish Melodies Played on Zorna
(Something on the Road 1980)
Ken Hyder's Talisker  He Mandu   Favoriting Dreaming of Glenisla
(Reel Recordings 1976)
Yusef Lateef  In the Evening   Favoriting The Complete Yusef Lateef
(Atlantic 1967)

Talkover Music:
Augustus Pablo 
Drums to the King   Favoriting Blowing With the Wind

Louis Killen 

The Bramble Briar
(Listen: Pop-up)
Ballads & Broadsides
(Topic 1965)
John Doughty  Off to Baltimore   Favoriting

Round Rye Bay
for More

(Topic 1976)
Muckram Wakes  Dumper and Pulling-Down Song   Favoriting A Map of Derbyshire
(Trailer 1973)
Dick Gaughan  Willie O'Wisbury   Favoriting Dick Gaughan
(Topic 1978)

Talkover Music:
Embona   Favoriting Resting Place of the Mists:
New Valiha and Marovany Music From Madagascar
(Shanachie 1996)

Orchestre African Fiesta 

Indicatif African Fiesta
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Les Merveilles du Passe
(African )
Original Shleu Shleu  Zoizo Lan Bois   Favoriting Original Shleu Shleu
(SS )

Waniua-Ua   Favoriting Malaika
(EMI 1977)
African Brothers Band  Agatha   Favoriting Agatha
(Bertson 1981)

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

Listener comments!

  9:04am chris:

Morning Doug
  9:05am annie:

morning doug!!
  9:12am gumby:

Rockin' little start Doug.
Got my garbage pickin' swagger on today!!!
  9:13am The Great White Whale:

Happy TGIF Doug,Annie!! I'm hungry too! Think I will
munch on some multi-grain! mmmmmmmmm
  9:15am The Great White Whale:

Doo Wop Doo Wop Doo Wop Doo Wop Doo Wop lol
  9:16am Parq:

Never heard this particular James-Flames or much of anything like it. Gorgeous!
  9:17am gumby:

James Brown was definately the goods.
Practical genius, excellent bussiness man.
  9:18am annie:

only in the sandbox til 11 today, house-sitting for someone this weekend.. for 7 cats.; and i get to see my pup, too.
  9:19am Paul Sherratt:


Bo ?
  9:20am The Great White Whale:

Doug... Got any Flamingos? Harvey and The Moonglows?
Lay it on me bro! Annie,,,let's dance! The sand don't
bother me. lol
  9:20am gumby:

Never understand 7 cats, but why your pup at other house annie?
  9:22am annie:

paul: Bo? doin' a shimmy gww.. and cleaning.. too.. oh she is not old enough to take home yet, so i visit her. she will be old enough in three weeks or so.
  9:23am The Great White Whale:

Annie... Don't ya just love to feel the sand between
your toes? Whooo Hooo!
  9:24am annie:

gww, yeah i do actually. great feeling, but i have sensitive foots so i don't usually walk barefoot, but i dig ya
  9:25am The Great White Whale:

7cats ?? My neighbor has around 50 now! True! She is
a little bi-polar! *sheesh* Annie... sandals then? lol
  9:27am annie:

that neighbour could have been us when we were on the farm. we had close to that amount.. and each one had a name! ok flip flips..
  9:28am gumby:

Doug glad to hear you are diggin' the free time, good luck with the unearthing the big blue marble. Thanks for sharing your archeology of the aural sculptures with us.
  9:28am The Great White Whale:

Doug... Nice change of pace! Annie..when you gonna
scratch me out a note. I'm trying! WHRW-FM
GWW Meeeeeeeeow!!!! lol
  9:30am The Great White Whale: can you remember all their names? lol
  9:30am annie:

probably sometime tonight.. or tomorrow am....
  9:32am The Great White Whale:

Annie... So how are your turntable and cd deck skills?
You do have nice mike presence.
  9:32am Paul Sherratt:

Bo :
Leader of the pack, already.
  9:32am annie:

we had two sisters from a litter: we called them merciful and pitiful the mother was cissy and she lived til she was 25. great cat she was. oh email? i lost the slip ...
  9:34am The Great White Whale:

Annie.. Remember you will be working with the legends
in Free Form Radio! *winks*
  9:34am annie:

i get it paul.... how white is that, huh? nice dog, but lose the bit at the tail tip.. way too much..
  9:36am The Great White Whale:

WHRW-FM Binghamton University Woodstock Radio
Hippie Returns to the airwaves Listen June 26-28
  9:38am still b/p:

I love when the hombre hollers "cuuuumbia!" at the beginning. I happen to have this one in a mixed CD that was part of a failed dance experiment.
  9:38am The Great White Whale:

Well I'm outta here folks! Like the musica Dougie!
Annie... Practice Practice Practice! hehehe Write!
  9:45am dc pat:

so anyway, I was trying to get my stubborn kids ready for school yesterday and I hear from the kitchen radio "blahblahblah DOUG SCHULKIND blahblahblah" He was talking something about Coltrane and kids or something... Way to go Doug, guess you've made the BIG time...
  9:54am gumby:

Perry Robinson - First three notes and my whole body said - OH YEAH!!!!
  9:55am Drummer Some:

In case you were intrigued, the item to which DC PAT refers is here:
  9:57am dc pat:

by the by, excellent choice for a babe's first taste of music. If I'd thought it through, I would have arrived there as well. But, I think my kids had to put up with one or all of the Beatles, Kinks, or Clash.
  9:58am Paul Sherratt:

That Honest Jons collection is, I suspect, this one:
'Cuban Roots, New York Spices'
  9:59am annie:

i'm around, just lurking..
  10:07am Cecile:

oooh, annie, puppy bonding time!
  10:09am annie:

yeah, she will be soo much bigger too. still debating a name.
  10:09am PMD:

Hi Doug and all, back from a meeting, going into another soon. Annie, when are you coming down to DC? ;-)
  10:09am El Thatchmo...:

Do you call this music ?!?
  10:11am annie:

pmd, is that an invite? sounds good. i'll figure something out.
  10:11am Paul Sherratt:

El Thatchmo, is that a new compilation title ?
It's a good one !
  10:11am Parq:

Annie, name her "Larry". Why the heck not?
  10:11am GP:

Finally getting to listen again on a Friday. Morning all.
Doug, This Chico Quartet track matches our weather here..stormy, rainy, etc.
  10:12am Cecile:

Name her Maddie!
  10:12am PMD:

OF COURSE... We'd have to figure out the puppy thing though if you want to bring her, since I have a cat... Would love to show you around and have an extra room.
  10:13am Cecile:

my friend just got a purebred German shorthair pointer (from the Humane Society of all places). She's 10 weeks old, and steals everyone's hears. So pretty.
  10:14am Drummer Some:

Hey El Thatchmo,
Yes I do. And I call the wind Mariah. Ha!
  10:14am annie:

puppy thing is easy, have alot of people who would help me out taking care of her. just want to work around a garden schedule.. lots of planting up ahead of me. the trees and all. i'll stay in touch.
  10:15am Cecile:

hearts. Der.
  10:16am Paul Sherratt:

I preferred " hears " !
  10:18am Cecile:

LOL, Paul!

She does have lovely, er, hears.
  10:21am Cecile:

WOW, three of my favorite people on one record!
  10:24am Parq:

Puppies + new gardens = frustrating but hilarous (for everyone else but the gardener) destruction
  10:24am Paul Sherratt:

... lend me your hears
Great set, by the way, Mr DJ !
  10:25am sveden:

Loving this song.
  10:31am annie:

paul, they are soooo sweet. nice photo..
  10:35am gjorgji:

he plays gajda (pipe) .. where did you find this?
  10:36am PMD:

Oh, I like this.
  10:36am Cecile:

OMG OMG OMG, our puppy friend Hildy looks like the 2nd one from the left...
  10:36am Carmichael:

Good morning Doug et al ....
  10:37am dc pat:

WELL! I think we've exhausted the puppies topic... bagpipes, from the Balkans, eh? This is the area of Doug's show that I really like..
  10:38am annie:

ok, i'm outta here folks. have a wonderful weekend and see you monday..
  10:38am Puppy Cult Leader:

Never. Look into my watery, pensive eyes...
  10:38am Cecile:

You too, Annie! We need action photos!
  10:38am Gjorgji:

ah, ok.. its on the playlist. thanks. great show!
the job will find you in the end
hallo from macedonia!
  10:39am Parq:

Annie, I'll FB with you this weekend. Hope it's as good a one as it's looking like now.
  10:40am Pearly Sweets:

Sleepy dappy doo!
  10:40am Puppy Cult Leader:

And give me a tummy rub. Ah, yeah, that's it.
  10:43am dc pat:

looking at my ticket stub from the Ex/ "Mekuria" show--with an "i". I wonder if Mekura is the proper spelling...
  10:47am dc pat:

dammit Doug: annie's gone...
  10:49am Hugo:

Just a typo, I suspect ... I've also seen it with a "y", but in any case, the music's blissful!
  10:50am gumby:

Had to do some work there, but I knew that was Getatchew. A sound that will make the world go around in a smaller orbit. thanks Doug.
  10:53am Drummer Some:

Sorry to cause an international incident with my inadvertent vowel dropping. The record has a Y so let's all go with that. Y not!
  10:53am New Puppy:

Y'know, computer and audio cables are pretty darn tasty!
  10:54am still b/p:

Don't let 'em Gétatchèw, Doug.
  10:54am dc pat:

I know that GW Sok called him MekurEEa..
  10:56am Carmichael:

Now we're talking. I stumbled across "The Diverse Yusef Lateef" when I was about 10, and it changed my whole outlook on life.
  10:59am Cecile:

you cool people.

I thinik I bought a 3 dog night single when I was 10. They were out of "Joy to the World" so I had to get "Old Fashioned Love Song."

My favorite 8-track was Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass's Greatest Hits.
  11:01am Hugo:

I always like records with "the complete" in the title ...
  11:01am Duke:

Carmichael, I had a similar experience at around 12-13 when I bumped into "The Blue Yusef Lateef" - messed with my adolescent mind.
  11:02am Carmichael:

My parents had every Tijuana Brass album, as well as some Sergio Mendes & Brasil 66 and The Baja Marimba Band. I don't know how I could have come across Lateef. It was probably one of my sisters' boyfriends.
  11:02am gumby:

When I was around 10 my sister took me to the Asbury Park Convention Hall to see the Bee-Gees and they were cool then. "Have you seen my wife Mr. Jones. Do you know what it's like on the outside." Sung all shaky and shit, way cool.

Cecile, did you have to steal a book of matches from your parents to ge tthe 8-track to play?
  11:03am dc pat:

I thank my oldest brother that I grew up listening to 8-track versions of Village Green Preservation Society and Great Lost Kinks Album
  11:03am dc pat:

HOLY SHIT, gumby!! I TOTALLY forgot about the book of matches!!
  11:04am Mark:

Good morning Doug - Wonderful selection as always... Thank you sir!
  11:05am gumby:

I was laughing to myself yesterday because Scott played some tune and it was alittle wobbly. Seemed the matches were out of the 8-track for some other worthwhile mission for a while.
  11:05am Carmichael:

I still have an 8-track of "Around the World with 3 Dog Night." I remember the *clunk* sound when it changed channels. I was never smart enough to use a mtchbook. We used to grab the tape and shove it around in the player until it would play.
  11:06am chris:

Getachew played an incredible set in DC too
  11:06am dc pat:

gads, that was like a Proustian moment--that whole era came back to me and I could see that pack of matches jammed underneath the 8-track...thanks for the recall..
  11:07am Cecile:

Nice, Gumby!
I was the oldest, so I had to break ground.

No, I had the clunk, too. We got "7 Separate Fools" on 8-track. Now that I think about it, I belive Randy Newman wrote half the songs on that, and Harry Nilsson the other.
  11:09am Chris:

Love to hear Kitchen Cynics cover this Louis Killen sometime.
  11:11am dc pat:

...dank basement, the smell of airplane model glue, bits of styrofoam everywhere and the feeling that Ray Davies was a man from the 19th century singing about old things I didn't understand...
  11:11am Carmichael:

Speaking of whiplash-like recall, this song brings back lots of memories. We had an old Sean Nos singer in my town, and he would sing either this or something bastardizingly similar.
  11:12am Duncan:

This is weird. I recognise the words from a song by Pentangle but an entirely different tune. Possibly Bruton Town?
  11:12am Carmichael:

An Pac Ar Buille is the other song that channels me back across/through time. Whichever Sean Daily says is correct.
  11:13am dc pat:

Sean would know...
  11:14am Carmichael:

That's what I mean, Duncan. These songs are so old and were sung differently in each region. By the time everyone met up in NY or Boston, they melded them together. Now it seems like there are 20 versions of every old Gaelic song. Confusing.
  11:14am gumby:

My freind's 8-track collection: the funeral for a freind record (Billy Joel or Elton John) Four Season's Greatest Hits, Meatloaf and some Superstatrs of the 70's. We played Radar Love till our ears bled and smoked our brains away. Ah, the summer's of my misguided youth.
  11:17am Carmichael:

Ha! I still scream a couple of Radar Love when I'm in a great mood. ":No more speed, I'm almost there ..."
  11:18am gumby:

"gotta be cool now, gotta take care"
  11:21am dc pat:

other 8-tracks were ELP (don't know which one) and Houses of the Holy
  11:21am Carmichael:

I believe we had a discussion about this song being on Liege & Lief, no?
  11:25am Steven S:

great show, Doug! enjoying the Celtic interlude...
  11:26am Paul Sherratt:

I'd love to hear The Kitchen Cynics cover anything !

Alan makes music up in his loft. Sometimes he falls back through the hatch ..
  11:29am Chris:

Oh yeah. Lucky enough to actually see him perform live once, good stuff.
  11:30am Max:

Dick Gaughan?? Didn't he play in Lorena Bobbitt's band for a short while?
  11:31am Paul Sherratt:

Gaughan, pronounced " Gocken " pre or post wart removal !
  11:31am PMD:

don't pay the ferryman...
  11:32am Carmichael:

Till you make it to the other side.
  11:34am Buck Dharma:

don't fear the reaper, either
  11:35am dc pat:

don't eat stuff off the sidewalk
  11:37am PMD:

or yellow snow
(though, with spring arriving, we don't need to fear that...or the reaper)
  11:38am Grim Reaper:

Oh, be afraid. Be very afraid.
  11:39am Carmichael:

Don't sleep in the subway, darling.
  11:41am Paul Sherratt:

Original Shleu Shleu ... twinned with that other Haitian, Coupé Cloué ?
  11:42am Roy Pea:

Blue Oyster Cult was the first concert I ever attended, mainly because friends with a car wanted to attend. People in the audience were dressed like Jawas, and when the papier mache Godzilla came out, it was less than impressive.
  11:42am still b/p:

Don't let the sun catch you cryin'.
  11:43am Brian S:

Spot on, Mr Sherratt about Dick Gaughan. I'm off to see Tom Brosseau next week. Prior to new album. Got a copy Doug?
  11:44am Carmichael:

(Ruby) Don't take your love to town.
  11:44am GP:

LOL Roy Pea..sounds like the Stonehenge scene from Spinal Tap.
  11:44am Sean Daily:

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

Not even close to having time to read all the comments today. Whoo! (Who?)
  11:47am Chris:

The loudest thing I've ever heard short of Mogwai was a piano solo during "Joan Crawford" back when I saw arena BOC.
  11:48am Cecile:

I saw washed-up BOC a couple of times in 2001, and they still had it - to a point. Alan Lanier was looking ROUGH.
  11:49am north guinea hills:

Every time someone refers to Blue Oyster Cult as BOC I keep on thinking they're referring to Boards of Canada.
  11:50am ?:

'Waniua-Ua', a version by ( I think ) by Fundi Konde is well worth investigating

Brian, good afternoon in Watford ?
  11:50am owen:

north guinea hills- me too. probably better that way,,,
  11:51am Paul Sherratt:

'Waniua-Ua', a version by ( I think ) by Fundi Konde is well worth investigating

Brian, a good afternoon in Watford ?
  11:53am gumby:

Gumby Juniors 1 & 2 are into death metal, or scream metal or something or other now and it cracks me up. They walk around the house singing(?) this obnoxious hollerin' stuff. It cracks me up and harkens me back to my "ME 262 is a German jet" stuff when BOC was presenting me with an audio version (sort of) of WWII. Very funny times in gumbyland.
  11:53am Carmichael:

I've been wondering if BOC is still worth seeing. I've always loved their multi-pronged guitar attack, and saw them as Sof White Underbelly many eons ago.
  11:54am Chris:

BOC actually played a pretty good free show a couple of years ago, all things considered. "Hot Rails to Hell" an d"Black Blade" were actually pretty memorable.
  11:54am Carmichael:

  11:55am dc pat:

I built one of those ME 262 when I was a kid because of BOC--see previous basement/8-track oriented comments...
  11:56am still b/p:

good show x 3.
  11:58am Brian S:

A good afternoon to you Paul from a wet Watford. How's the house?
  12:06pm Paul Sherratt:

The house is just fine, thanks. Just waiting to finally get the driveway sorted ( ran out of mental energy ! )

Enjoy Mr Brosseau - where and when is he playing down there ?
From warm and sunny North Staffs ..
  12:30pm Brian S:

I know what you mean all that building work drains the bank & brain. He's playing the Bush Hall West London on Tuesday next. Then it's Gurf Morlix at the Luminaire in May.
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