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April 24, 2009 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)

Eddie Roberts 

Cold Wind
(Listen: Pop-up)
The Jiffy Label
(HBR 1953)
Light Crust Doughboys  It's Cold in Here   Favoriting Guitar Jump
(B.A.C.M. 1947 or '48)
Cousin Deems Sanders & His Goatherders w/ Walt McCoy  Goatburger Boogie   Favoriting Walt McCoy
(HBR 1949)

Two Dollar Diamond Ring   Favoriting Honky Tonk Hardwood Floor
(Bear Family 1950)
Benny Hess w/the Texas Dandies  You Just Won't Do   Favoriting Boppin Hillbilly, Volume 17
(Collector 1947)
Paul Howard & His Arkansas Cotton Pickers  Love Bug Tennessee   Favoriting Western Swing 'n Boogie 1946-1948
(Rockin' Gipsy 1946)

Talkover Music:
East Texas Serenaders 
Gulf Breeze Waltz   Favoriting East Texas Serenaders 1927-1937
(Document 1930)

Gatemouth Moore 

East of the Sun
(Listen: Pop-up)
Hey Mr. Gatemouth
(West Side 1947)
Tiny Grimes & His Rocking Highlanders
(vocals: Screaming Jay Hawkins) 
No Hug No Kiss   Favoriting Volume 1
(Collectables ca. 1953)
Guitar Junior  Now You Know   Favoriting Rockin' Blues Party
(Charly 1958)
Daddy Cleanhead  Something's Going on in My Room   Favoriting Specialty Story
(Specialty 1955)
Bobby Bland  Shoes   Favoriting Soul Deep, Volume 1
(Dule 1967)
Bo Diddley  Pollution   Favoriting

Another Dimension

(Chess 1971)
Shorty Long  Don't Mess With My Weekend   Favoriting Here Comes the Judge
(Motown/Soul Records 1968)

Talkover Music:
00- Soul 
Taboo   Favoriting The Solid Sounds of the the 8-Piece Brotherhood
(Manteca 1999)

Whistler, Chaucer, Detroit and Greenhill 

Day of Childhood
(Listen: Pop-up)
The Unwritten Works of Geoffrey, etc...
(Fallout 1968)
Telegraph Avenue  Happy   Favoriting Telegraph Avenue
(Mag 1971)
The Electric Toilet  Withing Your State of Mind   Favoriting In the Hands of Karma
(Nasco 1970)
Garden Odyssey Enterprise  Sad & Lonely   Favoriting The Psychedelic Scene
(Deram 1969)

Something to Believe In   Favoriting Oddities, Volume 1
(ODDS 1967)
Les Fleur De Lys  Mud in Your Eye   Favoriting Chocolate Soup for Diabetics, Volume 1
(Relics 1966)
Wildwood  Swimming   Favoriting California Love-In, Volume 1
(Magnum 1968)

Talkover Music:
Jimi Hendrix 
Born Under a Bad Sign   Favoriting Blues
(MCA 1969)

Mohammad Rafi 

Sacha Hai Pyar
(Listen: Pop-up)
Jhuk Gaya Aasman (soundtrack)
(EMI 1968)
Unidentified  Lucknow Explosion/Very Impressed
with Calcutta   Favoriting

Radio India:
The Eternal Dream
of Sound

(Sublime Frequencies )

Greater Kalesh No. 48   Favoriting Infra-Red
(MPS 1968)
S. Hazarasingh  Chhedo Na Dekho Na   Favoriting Bollywood Steel Guitar
(Sublime Frequencies 1969)
Ananda Shankar  Streets of Calcutta   Favoriting A Life in Music: Best of the EMI Years
(Time Square )
Rahul Ram  Aarambh   Favoriting Gulaal (soundtrack)
(T-Series )

Talkover Music:
Mulatto   Favoriting Dancing Is Beautiful: Dance Mixes Inspired by Vijaya Anand's "Dance Raja Dance"
(Luaka Bop )

Charlie Haden / Hampton Hawes 

(Listen: Pop-up)
As Long as There's Music
(Artists House 1976)
Horace Tapscott  Lino's Pad   Favoriting In New York
(Interplay 1979)
Enrico Rava / Ran Blake  There's a Small Hotel   Favoriting Duo en Noir
(Between the Lines 1999)
Mike Osborne / Stan Tracey  Air on a Shoestring   Favoriting Tandem
(Ogun 1977)

Talkover Music:
LaMont Johnson 
Signifyin' Gemini   Favoriting Killer Jazz Funk From Mainstream, Vault 2
(Mainstream )

Maria Creuza 

Alhos e Bugalhos
(Listen: Pop-up)
Maria Creuza et les Grands Maîtres de la Samba
(RCA Victor 1975)
Claudette Soares  Deus Vos Salve Esta Casa Santa   Favoriting Claudette Soares
(Philips 1968)
Chico da SIlva  Pandeiro é Meu Nome   Favoriting Samba: Quem Sabe Diz...
(Polydor 1977)
Rey Jordão  Matemática do Feijão   Favoriting O Melhor do Partido Alto: Bezerra da Silva e Os Partideiros Nota 10
(CID 1981)
Rubens da Mangueira e Amigos  A Véia Debaixo da Cama   Favoriting Escrete do Samba, Volume 2
(Ôba 1976)
Os Mutantes  Não Vá Se Perder Pro Aí   Favoriting Mutantes
(Polydor 1969)
Equipe Mercado  Marina Belair   Favoriting Posições
(Odeon 1971)

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

Listener comments!

  9:04am The Feds:

Give the Drummer some what?
  9:05am texas scott:

give the drummer solo time...federales.

morning catdaddy!
  9:06am Keith Moon:

Horse tranquilizers dear boy!
  9:08am seamus:

the weather is just fine in southeast michigan
  9:10am Parq:

"Light Crust Doughboys " is now on my short-list of all time great band names.
  9:10am annieji:

temps today are going to be great; soon enough it will get unseasonably hot!
  9:12am still b/p:

Early tracks be chillin' and down cold and warming my ears all the same. Good morning, Doug.

Today's home-page pic =Teenage waistland.
  9:12am The Climate:

I can't please everyone.
  9:13am Duncan:

warm and sunny here in Hampshire, England
good start to the programme
  9:15am seamus:

true annieji, once it stays in the 80's i'll be dreamin' of igloos
  9:16am The Feds:

OK. Thanks. Just remember, we'll be keeping our eyes on you.
  9:18am annieji:

this will be the first year since i was 27, that i've been able to install a full garden. all other times, have not been able to see them to the end of the season.. i think of all the asparagus beds i've put in...
  9:19am chris:

Lovin the western swing in the mornin'!
  9:20am seamus:

i just adopted a beagle that loves digging. no garden for me this summer
  9:20am Starman:

Greeting Doug, and Give The Drummer Some audience
  9:21am annieji:

happiness prevails this morning.. woohoo thanks doug! ooohh, seamus, i'm getting a pup, too, thank goodness the garden is fenced..
  9:22am might have to step out suddenly this am....:

just sayin.
  9:22am Paul Sherratt:

The Doughboys got the first parts of their name from radio show sponsors The Burrus Mill and Elevator Company, makers of 'Light Crust' flour
  9:23am seamus:

unfortunately, no fence stops "mr. bungle" the beagle
  9:25am Angry Consumer:

You mean to say that the flour companies had a cartel and raped the earth and gouged consumers?
  9:27am seamus:

feds. what kind of madness is this?
  9:28am The FCC:

We just object to speech about naughty body parts. Other than that, all sorts of truths and prevarications are permitted.
  9:28am Parq:

AC, yes, that's exactly what he means. Seamus, I am in spirit holding your beagle pup in my lap and rubbing his belly like anything.
  9:28am annieji:

if i do have to step out quickly, be assured that you will have the company of my close associate george.
  9:31am The Man:

Trust me
  9:32am Cecile:

I like George, Annie. He's nice. ;D
Aw, puppies, gardens, and baking!
Nice happy happy!

I love Screaming Jay
  9:33am JCityJensen:

I'll have to catch them doughboys in the archive - DAMN YOU MTA!
  9:33am chris:

hey Doug,
I've asked you this before, but do you ever listen to John Funke on WMBR?
  9:33am Stanley:

I like screaming Stella!
  9:34am annieji:

dependable, if not androgynous
  9:34am texas scott:

'Light Crust' mill is 10 miles from my pad.
The huge grain elevators are massive and kinda art deco in a sense.Right next to the rail line.Saginaw,TX

I like asparagus.Yum!
  9:35am dc patpunk:

eep op orp ah-ah
  9:37am Cecile:

Wow, you are serious, Annie. Asparagus take like 2-3 years, right?
  9:38am yup....:

i am the cock-eyed optimist
  9:38am Cecile:

OMG. I have this track on an old Kent compilation. Staple of my old college show.
  9:38am seamus:

Dear "The Man", It has come to my attention that you still owe me $45.69 for a pair of almost-new oven mits. If you could make you check out to "Sons of Deliverence Assosciates" of Newport News, VA it would be much appriciated
  9:39am Cecile:

But if it works, annie and you can't eat it all, you can sell that stuff for a pretty penny.
  9:40am chris:

Is Bobby talking about Sonny?
  9:41am dc patpunk:

everyt ime you guys start talking gardening, I want to go out and rent one of the victory gardens here in dc and plant everything we eat...
  9:41am The Man:

That request has to be submitted in triplicate.
And as far as the asparagus-selling is concerned, we KNOW where that garden is and we will monitor any and all monetary exchanges regarding such.
  9:42am annie-san:

go for it punk!
  9:43am Cecile:

Yeah. Or just grow some tomatoes in a pot. Or some herbs in the window.
  9:43am Paul Sherratt:

texas scott,
That there mill ..
  9:43am seamus:

i want a quagmire garden
  9:44am Bo Fan:

I saw Bo at the Other End many moons ago. The fat man ROCKED!
  9:44am Paul Sherratt:

Good grief, do they have bigger web links in Texas too ? !
  9:44am Drummer Some:

I have never heard Mr. Funke. Tell me about 'im.
  9:45am Garrison:

.......with the dark stains that indicate freshness.
  9:45am texas scott:

Paul: yep that's the one.
  9:45am Bad Ronald:

I once had grape tomatoes growing in my office.
The vine went right up an into the drop ceiling!
  9:46am Cecile:

If they only channeled the power of Bo while he was still here.
That Diddly beat could cure cancer.
  9:46am Cecile:

Awesome, BR. and snacks all the time!
  9:47am dc patpunk:

yeah, I grow tomatoes, peppers, etc. on the deck every year but I wanna grow carrots and potatoes n' shit...
  9:47am dc patpunk:

hang think Drummer Some will get pissed if we continue the garden talk?
  9:48am Quagmire:

Like a cucumber! That's what *she* said!
  9:49am Dick Raymond:

It is quite possible to grow potatoes in barrels or deep containers, and carrots only require about a foot or so of depth. Always remember: carrots love tomatoes!
  9:50am Cecile:

Get a big deep pot with a lot of sand. You can do it.
  9:50am Cecile:

sandy soil...
  9:51am El Thatchmo:

You the brotherman, not the otherman!
  9:51am Cecile:

Drummer Some loves the flora and the fauna.
  9:52am Yan Dart:

Dude! It was Sammy Davis, Jr, not Flip Wilson.
  9:52am seamus:

you can even hang your tomatoes with the new "topsy turvey"
  9:52am gumby:

Screamin' Jay! He's my man!
  9:53am dc patpunkhippie:

I just don't have enough room on the deck...maybe I'll make room for carrots this love 'em
  9:55am annieji:

plant carrots in with tomatoes.. save room and fascinate your neighbours!
  9:55am seamus:

kids love exploding carrots!
  9:55am gumby:

This hippie tune is geting me in the mood to plant my butterfly/hummingbird garden tomorrow. Whahooo!
  9:57am Ralph Snodsmith:

Yo, give the carrots some!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  9:57am dc patpunkhippierawkguy:

ok, annieji, I'll do it.
  9:59am prickle:

gumby. pokey, goo, and i are having a battle of the bands against the block-rockers and the metrognomes; want in?
  10:00am holland oats:

doug it was great hearing you on npr last week talking about subjecting your newborn to coltrane!
  10:02am Seamus:

I am really seriously considering that Topsy Turvey deal.

holland is it archived?
  10:02am Not Seamus, Cecile:

see above
  10:04am gumby:

Hmmm, Electric Toilet, sounds dangerous.
  10:05am JCityJensen:

Hey Doug - how did you come across this great band The Electric Toilet? By chance, blog, or just plain curiosity
  10:05am seamus:

first it was for putting your hair up. now... tomatoes? TOPSY TURVEY you are magic!
  10:06am annie-san:

and he bought the company.
  10:07am Cecile:

But srsly. I will report back. I'm going to do it.
  10:07am holland oats:

seamus - dunno - probly - though i wouldn't know how to search - i think the piece was about music and how it affects babies
  10:08am nasko:

doug, it seems you should be informed about this site
  10:08am dc patpunk:

just go to the npr site and search Doug's name. It was about how to torture your new-borns w/ your obsessions...
  10:10am annie-san:

hey it worked for my kid; in utero, no less, with headphones firmly planted. he now has a great distaste for bluegrass and opera!!
  10:11am chris:

Oh my god Doug, you are in for a treat. Monsieur Funke is on WMBR out of Cambridge. You can find 2 archives of his most recent shows here if you click on "backwoods":
  10:12am still b/p:

Fascinate Your Neighbors = GNF an album.
Electric Toilet..."I gotta go take a zap."
Tomato plants given to me in plastic buckets last year produced a prospective bounty, but very few fruits escaped splitting or mystery loss before ripening to supper status. Teaser plants.
  10:13am Drummer Some:

Thanks for the tip. I have been all over that site since it first popped up. That blogger has been a guest on WFMU and once did our Saturday morning Listener Hour slot. Tons of great stuff there. Thanks for sharing!
  10:13am chris:

He has been doing this show for like 14 years. He does alot of comical banter along with the great music
  10:14am dc punkpat:

2 years ago one of my bucket tomato plants produced about 90 tomatoes over the season--regular sized not cherry chemicals, all organic
  10:15am annieji-san:

word up punkpat
  10:17am chris:

Great rock Doug!!!
  10:18am dc pupatnk:

this song kicks
  10:18am American Dialect Society:

"word up" is totally 1990. "word" is the word :-) dead ass!
  10:19am Martin:

wow Hendrix. Thanks.
  10:20am annie-san:

what if i LIKED 1990? huh?? i am an equal opportunity cliche-user.
  10:20am seamus:

ooooo, language police makes funny
  10:21am Parq:

When it comes to gardening, I fear I am a consumer, not a producer. But oh what a consumer! Farm stands, here I come. Re 9:43 post, "Quagmire Garden" would be a good name for a band. Re Gumby 9:52, he's a wild man, so bug off. Doug, Awesome-Africa rules.
  10:21am dc pünk:

yeah, word up annie-san
  10:22am Pirate:

Aye, Drummer, your words break this scurvy old salt's heart. Arrrrr. *sniff*
  10:22am Language Police:

Honestly, I didn't really expect a New England gardener to know "3 train to New Lots" lingo. was just helping out :-)
  10:23am annie:

parq, it's similar to my attitude towards music. i may not know anything about it, but i consume it and SOMEONE has to be the listener or consumer, right?
  10:24am Parq:

Little bit of trivia about WMBR - their call letters used to be "WTBS", which they sold to Ted Turner ca. 1979. With the money they got, they were able to exapnd their operations, and that's how they first became the player they are now.
  10:27am chris:

Interesting Parq. My fav shows on MBR currently are Backwoods, Lost and Found and the Intercontinental. Of course WFMU is my other favorite station!
  10:29am dc blackbeard:

I be with you Pirate. Arrrrrrrrrrrrrrr....
  10:31am postmanpaul:

am enjoying listening to radio Sri Lnka enormously doug, thank you very very very much memsahab.
  10:33am annie..:

is music be the food of love, then it hath charms to soothe the savage breast. play on
  10:36am Scrooge McDuck:

I thought it was "the love of money" hath the charms....
  10:38am Gizmo Duck:

I agree with Mr. McDuck
  10:39am You didn't expect me too:

  10:39am Parqspeare:

Annie, thou wench, "Talk Like Shakespeare" Day wer't this yesterday past.
  10:39am bell ham:

does anyone ave the lowdown on the fileshares (megaupload and medifire, etc) and viruses/spyware? do the viruses ever come from the connection or just the files? i notice the eastern european blogs wreek havoc on my comp.
  10:40am Starman:

The the heck just happened
  10:40am Michael Palin:

No one expects the Spanish Inquisition!
  10:41am Starman:

Damn Spanish Inquisition
  10:41am annie-san:

just wait til Bloomsday...... mmwwahahaha
  10:43am Aqualad:

Oh no not Bloomsday
  10:43am Carmichael:

Well good, I walked in on a lively conversation and some lovely tuneage. Good morning Doug and office-ionados <wave to PMP>.

DC Pat, I was going to recommend Indian food fo lunch, since they have so much veggie fare. And we're listening to Indian music. How about that?!? As Gil Fisher of the Fishin' Musician would say, "It's all makin' sense."
  10:44am Molly Bloom:

You can count on it, me lad.
  10:45am still b/p:

Relax, Aqualad, you don't have to play. The Joyce is yours.
  10:45am dc ulysses:

Carm: hey good idea, not sure if there's any good Indian around here. ....heh, "good indian" that brings back horrific historical references...
  10:45am Leopold Bloom:

So I says to him, I says, "You can kiss my Royal Irish arse." That's what I says to him.
  10:47am dc molly:

Yes! Yes!! YES!!!
  10:47am J-Mar:

This Ananda Shankar track is unbelievably awesome.
  10:47am Jimmy Jay:

riverrun, past Eve and Adam's, from swerve of shore to bend of bay, brings us by a commodius vicus of recirculation back to Howth Castle and Environs. Whoa yeahhh!
  10:47am annie-san:

it's a tuesday this year
  10:47am Pearly Sweets:

I came in at the right time, Shankar is destroying.
  10:47am Carmichael:

This song is so good, I can actually smell tamarind sauce.
  10:47am Crawford:

Bloom, you;re getting senile. That was me, near the end of episode 7.

Great tuneage from the Raj!!!!

1904 out!
  10:48am HotRod:

Love me some Shankar!
  10:48am postmanpaul:

carm, hows trix? amost 4pm here and 2 hrs into playtime , what you drinking?
  10:50am annieji:

if you sneak some roop verma in there... although this is all soo wonderful.. ok, fine i'll just play it later.
  10:50am postmanpaul:

infact its so bloody marvellous out there, I'm offffffff
  10:50am Ken:

Wow! Love this Rahul Ram Doug!! is it in the library?
  10:50am Parq:

Is it just me, or does anyone else think this Rahul Ram track sounds Irish?
  10:50am Carmichael:

Aarambh has a decidely Western beat.
  10:50am GP:

Also to the archives for me..that first set looks amazing..or Doug, can you activate the reverse time machine please?
  10:51am still b/p:

  10:51am Drummer Some:

I DL'd this recently. This is a soundtrack for a film that just came out last month. Very controversial. Apparently.
  10:52am Carmichael:

Twist the knife, PMP .... It's before 8 AM, so it's only blended whisky. The single malt comes out later.

I'm into my 3rd cuppa.
  10:53am dc irishguy:

sounds like they're playing a bodhran
  10:57am annieji-san:

the only thing i recall about ravi shankar are the roach parties under the table covered by a blanket!
  10:59am holland oats:

haha! doug is busted
  11:07am Parq:

Re 10:51 - 2 points, b/p.
  11:10am Drummer Some:

Gulaal movie posters (and OST DL) here:
  11:11am Carmichael:

Annie, if you can remember the 60s, then you weren't there ...
  11:12am Carmichael:

Doug, is there any McCoy Tyner hanging around the joint?
  11:12am annie:

it was a haze, to be sure.. what fun was had
  11:15am Devin:

Good morning.
  11:16am Drummer Some:

You are spot on with the McCoy Tyner thought, Would be a perfect selection in this (piano-based) mix. Alas, no time for Mr. Tyner today...
  11:16am Parq:

I remember the sixties, but that's coz I was a grade-school kid. Worse, a Catholic grade-school kid.
  11:17am Parq:

That said, when I look back nowadays on the 60s, I can scarcely believe they really happened.
  11:19am annie:

parq, it was an amazing time. awesome in it's breadth of activity and activism.
  11:19am dc pat:

60's: I remember going out one day, while my brother was being birthed, with my Batman costume on and on the corner I saw a kid with a Robin costume on. I said "Wanna play?" true story.
  11:21am Carmichael:

You and me both Parq. I was a Catholic school kid in Ireland. In the belly of the beast, so to speak.
  11:21am Sean Daily:

Not even close to first comment! Woo hoo!
  11:23am GP:

How could anyone not like this Enrico Rave/Blake song?
I've never heard this beofre now...and now want to hear MORE!

p.s.: Catholic school also..70's...still recovering ; )
  11:23am annie:

for me, it was the best time... all that fm radio....
  11:24am Parq:

Carm, was there anything in Dublin (or Galway or wherever) akin to the happenings in London? And did Irish 60s types favor the back-to-the-land hippie style that dominated San Francisco, or did they tend more toward the fashionistas-take-drugs types whom New York was all about?
  11:25am Duncan:

top stuff from the sadly departed but remembered Mike Osborne
  11:25am Carmichael:

When my family 1st came to California, my oldest sister drove us all over to San Fran to see the sights. Golden Gate Park, Haight Ashbury, etc .... It did indescribable things to my mind.
  11:25am dc pat:

my brothers went to Catholick school but my Mom yanked 'em out by the time I was of school age. she didn't like all the violence
  11:29am Doug from DC:

  11:30am still b/p:

60s scars/gaps: Had to attend Irish step-dancing(!) class on Thursday nights, so never got to see how the Batman Wednesday cliffhanger turned out in the next night's episode. Catholic schoolmates had to fill me in. Terrible deprivation.

Sights: As a Yank visiting Londonderry, 1968 at age 9/10, I most remember miniskirts! It was the year before the troops took the streets.
  11:32am Parq:

Regrettably, DC, my dad was totally down with all the violence. Was going to make me a man, he figured. It was my Dad who first took me to San Francisco, which remained his favorite second city all his life. With a like-minded local pal, he gave me a car tour of GG Park and the Hashbury, ca. 1970. They did their best to encourage moral outrage, but to me, it just looked sad. I remember two kids at the curb, selling a soft-porn newspaper - you remember the type - with eyes as vacant and indifferent as any I’d seen on down-and-out folks in New York.
  11:33am Parq:

Parq, I grew up out in the weeds, so we still had the traditional lifestyle. No TV, only Irish radio and BBC1 sometimes. Dublin was trying to be as hip as London, but the Catholic church really had a deathgrip on societal values. You absolutely couldn't party there or grow your hair long. And the clubs were run by a cartel of dowdy old businessmen, so no one could perform there unless you were the Dubliners or the Copper Family. That's why everyone left for London or NY.

And that's also why Thin Lizzy is so revered. They broke out of the mold and really changed the way concerts were viewed as big business. Their Rainbow Room concert made the stiffs realize that there was big money out there.
  11:34am Austin Powers:

Yea baybee, swinging London and all the birds in the short minis.
  11:37am Carmichael:

You could do that in the North, as they were under British rule. I visited swingin' Belfast by train once, to visit a family elder who was going under. I remember the sweet things ...
  11:37am GP:

Parq..pretty amazing that you picked up on that and still remember that from then. It must have been a powerful impression in a negative way.
  11:37am dc pat:

man, lot of Irish folks on the comments..
  11:41am Cecile:

Wow, I missed this, but so cool
And I love the Lizzy for what they represent, too.
And the fact Phil Lynott was a hell of a storyteller.
  11:42am annie:

doug, it's been a wonderful show. such a sweet way to end this on.
  11:43am dc pat:

Carm: "were under British rule" still are, don't forget

great show Doug.
  11:43am Cecile:

what the lady said.
  11:45am Call me Ishmael:

it was a quiet day, if you get my drift
  11:45am still b/p:

Speaking of the 60s, didn't Claudette Soares voice sound like a Brazilian Petula Clark....a little?
  11:47am GP:

Does anyone know what instrument was making that "squeaking " sound on that Rey Jorado track?
  11:47am Carmichael:

DC Pat, I will never admit to that. They're hangin' around, gettin' shot at and dyin', but they're not ruling.
  11:49am dc pat:

good point, I meant their still where they shouldn't be. Just like the US in Iraq.
  11:49am Carmichael:

Cool! Brazilian Psych!
  11:49am dc pat:

"they're" not "their"...hope Ike isn't out there....
  11:50am Elephant in the Room:

Ishmael, drift gotten
  11:51am Cecile:

Carm, do you not know Os Mutantes already? They are amazing.
  11:51am :):

nuff sed
  11:52am Jackie ny-ca:

That instrument is called a cuica. It's a friction drum used a lot in samba and other Brazilian music. They talk about it here. Takes too long for me to explain.
  11:55am GP:

I knew the loyal FMU listeners always know the answers!...brilliant, Jackie and thanks.
  11:56am annie:

ok, time to get the stove hot and make cookies..
  11:56am Carmichael:

No Cecile, I guess I don't. But I sure do now!
  12:00pm Cecile:

They are fab-u-lous.
I envy you getting to hear them for the 1st time.
  3:38am Richard D:

Thanks for the blues segment. Daddy Cleanhead rocks!!!!
  8:32am R. Howard:

I am looking for recordings by Paul Howard & His Arkansas Cotton Pickers ... any help?
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