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May 1, 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)

Jackie Washington 

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Morning Song
(Vanguard 1967)
Jerry Moore  Anti Bellum Sermon   Favoriting LIfe Is a Constant Journey Home
(ESP 1967)

You're Just a Laughing Fool   Favoriting Everybody's Got a Right to Live
(Broadside 1968)
Terry Callier  Golden Circle #317   Favoriting First Light
(Premonition 1970)
Shuggie Otis  Jennie Lee   Favoriting Here Comes Shuggie Otis
(Epic 1970)
Eugene McDaniels  The Parasite (for Buffy)   Favoriting Headless Heroes of the Apocalypse
(Atlantic 1971)

Talkover Music:
Samba Pa' Ti   Favoriting Abraxas
(Columbia 1970)

Wilbur Sweatman's Brownies 

It Makes No
Difference Now
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Jazz and Blues on Edison, Volume 1
(Document 1924)
Fess Williams  HIgh Fever   Favoriting Pre-Victors: The Complete Set 1925-1927
(Challenge 1926)
Doc Cook's Dreamland Orchestra  The Memphis Maybe Man   Favoriting Gennett Records Greatest Hits
(Star-Gennett 1924)
Original Yellow Jackets  Cross Street Swing   Favoriting The Territory Bands
(Tax 1937)
The Cotton Pickers  Snake Hips   Favoriting

The Cotton Pickers

(Jazz Archives 1923)
Stuff Smith & his Onyx Club Boys  Upstairs   Favoriting Jivin' at the Onyx
(Swingtime 1937)

Talkover Music:
Dr. Michael White 
Crescent City Serenade   Favoriting Crescent City Serenade
(Antilles 1990)

Tele-Jazz de Telemele 

Beere Modya
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La Fete au Foutah
(Syliphone 1980)

You Can't Hurry the Sunrise   Favoriting Respect Africa
(Rogers All Stars 1985)
Amara Touré  Africa   Favoriting Accompagné par l'Orchestre Massako
(Sonafric 1980)

Talkover Music:
Franz Auffray 
Son of Popcorn the First (The Original)   Favoriting Original Pop Corn
(Egg 1969)

Gato Barbieri / Dollar Brand 

Hamba Khale
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Hamba Khale
(Actuel 1968)
Abdullah Ibrahim  All Day & All Night Long   Favoriting Blues for a Hip King
(KAZ/Camden 1974)
Dollard Brand / Johnny Dyani  Ntsikana's Bell   Favoriting

Good News
From Africa

(Enja 1973)
Archie Shepp / Dollar Brand  Moniebah   Favoriting Duet
(Denon 1978)
Abdullah Ibrahim  Whoza Mtwana   Favoriting Dollar Brand at Montreux
(Enja 1980)

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

Billy Wallace 

Wolf Call
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Billy Wallace
(HBR 1957)
Rough Riders  I'm a Rolling Stone   Favoriting Moon Over the Trail
(B.A.C.M. 1939)

Texas Ruby
Code of the Mountains   Favoriting Favorite Songs of Texas Ruby
(King 1949)
Rosalie Allen  Green as Grass   Favoriting Jealous Heart
(B.A.C.M. 1951)
Ernie Lee  I've Got My Heart on a Budget   Favoriting The Kentucky Balladeer
(Bronco Buster 1953)
George Strange & His Memory
Ranch Boys 
Pyramid Song (A Couple Gets
Two Couples)   Favoriting
Boppin Hillbilly, Volume 4
(Collector )
Eddie Cletro  Rock 'n' Roll Cowboy   Favoriting

Flying Saucer

(Bear Family 1956)

Talkover Music:
Augustus Pablo 
Drums to the King   Favoriting Blowing With the Wind
(Shanachie 1978)

The Jewels 

Keep Your Feet
on the Floor
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Rhythm 'n' Blues: The End of an Era
( 1955)
Little Sam Davis  She's So Good to Me   Favoriting Jook Joint Blues: That Guy's Crazy
(JSP 1952)
Wild Bill's Blue Washboard Boys  Feeling for You Baby   Favoriting Baby Yum Yum
(Flyright 1969)

Hot Tamales & Bar-B-Que   Favoriting Red River Blues:
Shreveport Blues from Ram Records
(Ace 1959)
The El Dorados  Framed   Favoriting Chicago Street Corner Blues & Rhythm
(St. George 1995)
Bobby Marchan  Quit My Job   Favoriting Ace Story
(Ace 1960)
Willie Walker  A Lucky Loser   Favoriting Southern Soul Stock, Volume 1
(Chess 1968)
Solomon Burke  Stupidity   Favoriting Soul Deep, Volume 2
(Gyro 1963)
Calvin Scott  A Sadness for Things   Favoriting The Complete Stax/Volt Singles,
Volume 2 1968-1971
(Stax 1972)
Art Jerry Miller  Strange Things   Favoriting Memphis 70
(BGP )

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

Listener comments!

  9:02am ALF of Hip Hop Slam:

Hey what's up Doug?! This is my first time listening to your show. I like the way your playlist looks.
  9:06am fishmonkeystew:

Doug's show rocks! Good morning Doug, fellow listeners, and the world!
  9:09am Parq:

Alf, stick around as long as you can. Fridays are among the best days on FMU, and today promises to be one for the books.
  9:09am postmanpaul:

salutations doug, city slickers and fishmonkeystuff - hey, the weekend starts here!
  9:11am postmanpaul:

hey parq - you're not wrong there!
  9:12am Star Man:

I just have to say that this is an awesome song. Good choice Doug great morning music.
  9:13am Tom:

Happy May Day to Doug and to everyone at WFMU and in listener land!
  9:15am Drummer Some:

Good morning -- and yes, happy May Day -- to one and all. Kiss a pig for good luck!!
  9:21am PMD:

Perfect mood music for me this morning - thanks Doug!
  9:23am Parq:

Shuggie does folkie -- who knew? Doug, I learn so much from your show that you ought to put in for degree accreditation.
  9:30am still b/p:

Speaking of headless -- Sweet sufferin' slowjo!! .....will somebody SOMEBODY Tase me at 9:00 AM to catch the start of the good shows?
  9:33am PKNY:

Great selection this morning, keep up the good work!
  9:35am gumby:

Happy May Day everyone!!!
Funny how the cold war era moved May Day into the Communist Holiday Column here in the US.
  9:44am Pearly Sweets:

Fridays? More like... Fun Days
  9:51am Devin:

Happy No Pants Day everyone!!
  9:52am Cecile:

hola, all.
  9:57am JCityJensen:

Happy Lei Day!
  9:59am dragonflyshards:

'mornin' Doug -hi,all ...(Devin,i didnt know.i'd best wait till i get home to take my pants back off.)
  10:03am Pearly Sweets:

This gets the hips wiggling.
  10:04am Devin:

It's probably a wise choice to don some trousers until cocktail hour. At least thats my plan.
  10:06am annie:

hhmmmm, cocktails....
  10:06am dragonflyshards:

(dancing in the kitchen)
  10:10am annie:

ok, dog-talk.. her name is Isa, which means strong-willed from the german.. and is she one feisty pup. that's it and no gardening talk either.. i'm going back to my corner now. listen quietly....
  10:11am Feral Cat:

Love this song...yip yip!!!
  10:13am still b/p:

(Imagining dancing to this in beachside thatch-shade during a 120 day vacation.)
  10:14am Cecile:

Isa cool.
that's the name of my favorite Enslaved album. Viking dog.
aw, you can talk gardening. Doug is all about the nurturing.
  10:14am dragonflyshards:

it's early for me...i've friends who think i'm a wuss for rarely drinking B4 7pm...but i dont chase my whiskey,like they do!..(ps's a round room)
  10:15am Isa:

  10:15am annie:

cecile, it makes me happy to know i pleased the viking soul within you, and dragon, any time after 10 is fine, i call it "brunch"
  10:17am Feral Cat:

  10:17am dragonflyshards:

hi,'s pronounced (ee-sa),right?
  10:18am annie:

yes.... ee-sa. and she is getting to know it quickly. i just thought those of you who would like to, there is a FB fan group for <s> !! almost 250,000 fans
  10:19am dragonflshards:

i make exceptions
  10:25am still b/p:

That set was outSTANDING.
  10:26am Cecile:

heh heh the sarcastic <s>!
  10:27am annie:

doug, a man after my own heart... what would we do without it, eh?
  10:27am <s>:

  10:28am Devin:

Thanks for playing some "African, afro-pop" for us... I remember the first time I heard King Sunny Ade's Juju music...
  10:28am Cecile:

  10:28am Cecile:

Devin, I agree.
I saw King Sunny in '87. What a party!
  10:29am New Name:

Can I haz comment? LOL

Great show so far!
  10:29am chris:

hey doug, enjoying tha show...thanks for the brazda brothers!
  10:29am annie:

is afro-pop worldwide still on the air or did he ruin himself with popularity?
  10:32am Devin:

Cecile - I'll bet that was somethin' else!!
  10:32am dragonfryshards:

Doug,me too...when i'm home, i have trouble falling asleep w.out music....Cecile -did you see K Sunny Ade at "the pier" in NY?
  10:32am Cecile:

I did not know these two played together!
Where can I find that record!
I love pre-sap Gato
  10:33am Cecile:

No, at the State Theatre in Ann Arbor.
  10:34am LOL Gato:

Thanks for the spin!
  10:34am Cecile:

Devin, it was awesome.
Everyone was dancing, and all the Nigerians would go onstage and put dollar bills on Sunny's forehead. I guess that's a sign there that he's hitting it out of the park.
  10:36am Devin:

C - What ?! That's wild...
  10:37am dragonflyshards:

-just curious..i dont recall the exact year i saw them(him)...they did that dollar bill thing at Ebinezer Obey show,too.
  10:39am Cecile:

Yep. The more bills they put on your forehead, the better your'e doing. He probably walked out of there with a suitcase of cash. Well earned.
  10:40am Cecile:

dragon, I would love to see Obey. He is damn good.
  10:40am Carmichael:

Hi Doug and boarders. Got here just in time for the African set.
  10:40am Cecile:

I need this Dollar Brand/Johnny Dyani too
  10:41am William Twotits:

Should I go with a black ipod or a silver ipod, crew?
  10:42am Carmichael:

IMHO, black hides the greasy fingerprints better.
  10:43am dragonflyshards:

'twas good.-small room on rutgers campus...but i still like Ade' better(no offense to Mr O)
  10:43am William Twotits:

Then black it will be. That is where I was leaning, but the classic silver has its charm too and will remind me of the one I am replacing.
  10:44am wigg:

go with the truffle shuffle
  10:44am Devin:

My first intro to african music was from professor / priest Gideon Alorwoyie at UNT here in Denton...regarded as one of Ghana's foremost virtuosos of traditional music and dance. He's also high priest of the Yewe cult.... Interesting cat.
  10:46am Carmichael:

I went to a weekend World Music Festival and saw The Mighty Sparrow. Was completely blown away and confused. I needed all the African genres after that, and pronto.
  10:49am Cecile:

Can you get pink, Wiliam? I like pink.
  10:49am dragonflyshards:

whew!Mighty Sparrow's mighty.
  10:50am Cecile:

Devin, to me Ade has the better tunes, but Obey has the killer grooves. hard to choose.
  10:50am dragonflyshards:

carnation pink,w a shiny white fringe.
  10:50am William Twotits:

Sadly not. I am getting the ipod classic for more space. With the amount of albums in my collection it would be a waste to get anything less.
  10:51am William Twotits:

But I might be tempted to put it in a hot pink protective case, if available.
  10:52am Cecile:

Ah, true.

There are many cute hot pink cases out there. This time I did a change up from the pink for mine, and got black rubber with a red tiger stripe pattern.
  10:53am Devin:

C - Indeed...
  10:55am Gjorgji:

the last set is a bliss. amazing
  10:55am Pearly Sweets:

That was quite a Steven Bernstein moment there.
  10:55am dragonfryshards:

luckily,we dont have to choose favorites...but i pull out the"Ju Ju Music"album when i want to take a little trip
  10:55am north guinea hills:

i turn on the playlist, and see all of the abdullah ibrahim tunes listed, and i was afraid he had died. thank god!
  10:58am Drummer Some:

I just knew someone would reach that conclusion. Sorry for the jolt. Ibrahim will be 75 yrs young in October!
  11:00am Carmichael:

I just noticed that Baaba Maal will be playing nearby in the fall. A must see, so I'm going.
  11:03am dragonfshards:

i like that you,Doug,play sets occupied by much of one artist,sometimes...some radio people say that's bad,somehow...i think you're captain of a groove,and thats how i like it....let me sink in.
  11:05am Travis:

Doug ~ Did you know that Ibrahim's daughter is hip-hop artist, Jean Grae, who has been featured on a couple of Herbaliser (UK) albums
  11:07am Cecile:

I did not know that!
Wow, there are so many jazz artists who have rapper sons/daughters
  11:11am Carmichael:

Strangely, I would enjoy some yodeling right about now.
  11:14am north guinea hills:

the only jean grae i have is on a mr. liff album. i have't paid attention to the herbaliser in ages.
  11:15am dragonshyflards:

Not strange!..i Love good yodels...or,maybe Don Walser's version of"long black veil"(live on FMU)
  11:15am Drummer Some:

Trumpeter Olu Dara's son is Nas.
  11:19am Satisfied Customer.:

  11:21am Carmichael:

The guy from Sons of the Pioneers is who I was thinking about. Is that Ranger Doug, or do I have my yodelers mixed up?
  11:23am chris:

Hey Doug, great show. You listened to John Funke yet?
  11:23am Roy Pea:

Thanks for this cheerful country set, Doug! Like you, I am looking for work, and this is really boosting my spirits. After a tough week, I needed it.
  11:28am fishmonkeystew:

I love happy death songs!
  11:30am Travis:

Yo Charmichael -- Actually Ranger Doug is a contemporary yodeler. He heads up Riders in the Sky -- kind of a cowboy novelty group.
  11:31am Sister Hairy Hymen:

I must say that your Blog is one of best kept secrets of the INTERNET
  11:32am Sister Hairy:

And your show is damn good too.
  11:37am chris:

You takin' requests Doug? how bout some Snoooks?
  11:37am Carmichael:

Thanks, Travis. I knew I had a brain bubble there.
  11:40am El Thatchmo...:

Me too....
  11:48am Cecile:

I think Solomon should be in the Country Hall of Fame. I'm serious.
  11:49am Drummer Some:

No time for requests, Chris, though I love Snooks, as you surely know...
  11:51am chris:

I do know that Doug. It was a weird synchronicity for me because I heard you play him right after I heard about him for the first time a few months ago and then he died like the next week! The last time you played one of his tracks the song blew me away.
  11:54am Carmichael:

This is so Temptations-ey ....
  11:56am ALF of Hip Hop Slam:

Are most of the stuff you play on your show only on CD?
  11:57am PMD:

hmmm... x-rated soul/funk
  11:58am Carmichael:

Bobby Marchan was a successful female impersonator for many years in New Orleans.
  2:37am kaizen:

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