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May 15, 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)

The Manhattan Brothers 

Unonkisa Kae
(Listen: Pop-up)
The Very Best of the Manhattan Brothers
(Stern's 1952)
Nancy Jacobs & Her Sisters  Baby Are Yeng   Favoriting African Jazz N Jive
(Gallo 1956)
The Jazz Epistles  Carol's Drive   Favoriting

Jazz Epistle,
Verse 1

(Gallo 1960)
Gwigwi Mrwebi  Nick Thethe   Favoriting Mbaqanga Songs
(Honest Jons 1967)
John Moriri & Manzini Girls  Mohlankana   Favoriting Sgt. Latapuwa's Jukebox
(CBS )
The Big Four  Boom Straat   Favoriting Bras Sello with Abafana Bentuthuko
(CBS ca. 1972)

Talkover Music:
Miles Davis 
Helen Butte   Favoriting On the Corner
(Columbia 1972)

Ronnie Scott & the Band 

King Pete
(Listen: Pop-up)
Live at Ronnie Scott's
(CBS 1968)

Sad Señorita   Favoriting Crossing Borders
(Reel Recordings 1978)
Everything is Everything  Get Clean   Favoriting Everything Is Everything
(Vanguard 1968)
Gil Evans  Zee Zee   Favoriting Svangali
(Atlantic 1973)

Talkover Music:
Rudy Ray Moore & the Fillmore Street Soul Rebellion 
Put Your Weight on It   Favoriting Instrumental Explosion: Incendiary Funk and R&B Instrumentals 1966-1973
(BGP 1964)

Clairette Clementino 

You've Been Telling
Our Secrets
(Listen: Pop-up)
Tip Top Chicks at the Hop
(Centhy 1961)
Bernadette & Her Swinging Bears  Crazy Yogi   Favoriting

Hot Boppin' Girls,
Volume IV

(Supersonic 1961)
Patsy Cline  I Don't Wanta   Favoriting Stop, Look and Listen
(Bear Family 1956)
Sue Thompson  Paper Tiger   Favoriting Suzie: The Hickory Anthology 1961-1965
(Ace 1964)
Terry Timmons  I Got Nobody to Love   Favoriting Get Hot: Sleazy Rhythm & Blues, Volume 2
(Blazon 1952)
Tiny Topsy  Just a Little Bit   Favoriting Tiny Topsy and Friends
(Rock 'n' Rhythm 1959)
June Bateman w/Noble Watts & His Band  Possum Belly Overalls   Favoriting Rock 'n' Roll Mamas, Volume 8
(Popcorn )

Talkover Music:
Afro Funky   Favoriting Ritmo+Sabor
(EM late 1960s)

Cyro Monteiro w/Toquinho e
Vinicius de Moraes 

Você Errou
(Listen: Pop-up)
Toquinho/Vinicius & Amigos
(RGE 1974)
Nelson Cavaquinho  Eu e as Flores   Favoriting Nelson Cavaquinho
(RCA Victor 1972)
Leo Peracchi e Sua Orquestra  Adeus Maria Fulo   Favoriting Exaltacão ao Baião!
(Odeon 1957)

Oficio de Puxador   Favoriting Oficio de Puxador
(CBS 1985)
Jovelina  Boogie-Woogie da Favela   Favoriting Pérola Negra
(RGE 1985)

Talkover Music:
Bora Rokovic 
J.B.W.   Favoriting Ultra Native
(MPS 1972)

Leon Thomas 

Oo-WHee! Hindewe
(Listen: Pop-up)
In Berlin
(Flying Dutchmen 1976)
Sid Hemphill  The Devil's Dream   Favoriting

Afro-American Folk
Music from Tate and
Panola Counties,

(Library of Cong. 1942)
Henry Thomas  Bull-Doze Blues   Favoriting Ragtime Texas
(Document 1928)
Napoleon Strickland  Rollin' and Tumblin'   Favoriting Traveling Through the Jungle:
Fife and Drum Band Music from the Deep South
(Testament 1970)
Otha Turner & The Rising Star Fife & Drum Band  My Babe   Favoriting Everybody Hollerin' Goat
(Birdman mid-1990s)

Arthur Doyle
Hamid Drake
Flute and Drums   Favoriting Your Spirit Is Calling
(Qbico 2003)

Talkover Music:
Blue Mitchell 
Na Ta Ka   Favoriting Bantu Village
(Blue Note 1969)

Amédée Pierre 

Bida Zougo
(Listen: Pop-up)
Ivoire Retro
(Philips mid-1960s)
Docteur Nico  La Ville Endormie   Favoriting Kina Rama
(Sonodisc 1983)
Traore Amadou Dit Ballake et les 5 Consuls  Ligda Remba   Favoriting b/w A la Mémoire du Regretté Demba
(CVD 1975)
Opotopo (Easy Kabaka Brown)  Belama   Favoriting

Afrobeat Nirvana

(Vampisoul 1970)
Le Nimba de N'Zerekore  Babaniiko   Favoriting Gön Bia Bia
(Syliphone 1980)

Talkover Music:
Hugues Anoï 
Zigri   Favoriting Master of Percussion: Volume 1, Africa
(Follow Me 2002)

Howard Crockett 

Wine-O From Chicago
(Listen: Pop-up)
Rockin' Rollin' Crockett From the Lone Star State
(CCL )
Rocky Bill Ford  Blowing the Suds Off My Beer   Favoriting His Complete Recordings
(B.A.C.M. )
Woodward Brothers  My Bottle and Me   Favoriting W.C.O.P. Hayloft Jamboree
(HBR )
Jimmy Myers & His Happy Highway Gang  Drunk Man's Wiggle   Favoriting Boppin' Hillbilly, Volume 7
(Collector )

Hugh X. Lewis
Talking to a Bottle   Favoriting The Hugh X. Lewis Album
(Kapp 1966)
Bobby Poe & the Poekats  Drink to a Fool   Favoriting Let's Have a Ball
(Eagle )

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

Listener comments!

  9:01am Cecile:

  9:03am Parq:

Whatever I'm doing on Friday at 9 AM, I just gotta stop and catch that segue from Hatikva to JuJu.
  9:03am annie:

good morning doug.. cecile... everyone.. wonderful sunny day here..
  9:04am Cecile:

it looks nice here, too.
Might have to toddle around the block later for a while.
  9:05am Cecile:

and damn, girl, you planted a LOT of garlic...
  9:05am Parq:

How's the recovery coming, 'Cile?
  9:08am annie:

oh yeah 59 cloves and four cloves of egyptian walking garlic... ain't it gorgeous? soon the scapes will appear and they make for great frying in olive oil morning parq!!
  9:10am Cecile:

Good, Parq. Slow, but real progress every day. And sleeping thru the night without those painkillers is a huge plus.

Egyptiian Wallking Garlic. GNFAB
  9:10am trrrish:

'baby are yeng' - a fine place to start listening, if not the beginning of the show.
  9:12am Parq:

'Cile, everyone talks about how great the painkiller haze is, but I hated it, couldn't wait to get it over with when I broke my arm two Jans ago. And you can *never* have too much garlic.
  9:16am annie:

i've been postponing my garlic purchase til this spring due to hating that california crap.. it'll be a real treat to imbibe once again..
  9:18am Cecile:

I liked it the first time I had to take them - the haze lasted for hours and it was kind of cool.
Then it put me in this time compression where I would think I'd be asleep for 3 days, and it would be 45 minutes. It's necessary for the first 3 days, but i'm with you, Parq...

I think the California stuff is fine - fresh, in california.
  9:21am annie:

drugs are good for that very purpose of putting you under to get past the pain, the after effects are the drag. cecile, i am soo spoiled around here, we have garlic growers all over new york state... festivals, etc.. it's a joy. imho-if there is no dirt on it, then it's too clean..
  9:24am dc pat:

mornin. Glad yer sleeping Cecile. Sleep is good medicine. So is garlic.
  9:27am annie:

doug, i hate to tell you i'm doing this. at ten i am switching the radio to a soap-box call-in from blue hill maine. i like to keep up with them. there was a large lay-off at a school in camden. want to see what is being done... sorry.. :(.........
  9:29am Paul Sherratt:

dc pat,
Garlic Is As Good As Ten Mothers
Good morning / afternoon / evening to you all
  9:30am Cecile:

ITA, dcp.
Annie, that's why there are archives! hope there is good news.
I have to see that, Paul!
  9:31am Cecile:

And, I'm off to some work at home, but it's so cool to be able to tune it.
  9:32am annie:

yeah, i was thinking that as i was typing... lucky us to have such great resources!!
  9:32am still b/p:

Family kitchen was garlic-free zone. Making up for lost time. Garlic daiquiris, Garlic Pez...

Excellent show already this morning.
  9:33am Paul Sherratt:

See every Les Blank film - that's my tip of the day!
  9:34am dragonflyshards:

hello,people,and all -Annie -garlic fest in Saugerties?..that's where i grew to like it raw,w-out pizza or anything..and at the end of the day i got a lunchbag full of heads for (i think) 2 bucks....'never got around to planting it,though...'just ate it.
  9:34am Cecile:

I will. I just wish they had some on netfilix besides the Fitzcarraldo one which I have watch still.
  9:35am Peter K.:

Damn, that Ronnie Scott can play! Who knew? Loved the Jazz Epistles track, too. Great show this morning.
  9:35am dragonflyshards:

garlic daiquiris?!!!!
  9:36am Devin:

Guten morgen, ya'll's
  9:38am Drummer Some:

Good morning Peter K and everyone!
  9:38am annie:

dfs- there are garlic festivals out our way in otsego and chenango counties. here's a great recipe: fresh kale leaves, olive oil and garlic chopped.. marinate the kale in the garlic and oil overnight.......... mangia!! no cooking required
  9:39am Devin:

Garlic daiquiris?!? That would clear out the sinuses way better than the ol' neti pot.
  9:42am dragonflyshards:

Annie -that sounds amazing! no heat needed...(maybe throw some chic peas in there for a hearty meal,too)
  9:43am dc pat:

damn annie! I just had that recipe in a restaurant and wondered how they did it. Thanks!
  9:44am annie:

word up dragonfly!! so simple.. the raw food people have a heyday with that one.. we served it alot in the cafe
  9:45am dc pat:

I had some "raw-foods-people" carroty hash one time that was amazing.
  9:49am dragonflshards:

i try to eat -maybe 50(?)% raw...but gave up on raw kale years ago,when it would take me an hour to chew a salad...but this should soften it up nicely.Thank you!
  9:51am annie:

see, it's funny i would eschew kale due to it's fibery texture, but the olive treatment made me want to grow kale this year... i'm so tickled
  9:53am dragonfryshards:

(i haven't planted kale in about 3 wants to be here.i've got 4 volunteers this year!
  9:54am annie:

wooohooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! =this will be my first year for saving seeds! good on ya for a smart garden patch!
  9:56am annie:

gang, i'm with you in the comments, but am out of "earshot"
  9:58am SF Jay:

ZEE ZEE! I haven't heard that in years. What a great pick! I heard Marvin Peterson live with the Gil Evans band not long after this was released. Blew everybody away without a microphone.
  10:03am David Herskovits:

Good morning Doug. Great to hear you today.
  10:04am dragonflyshards:

p.s.Annie i've "Egyptian walking onion"(so i've been told)in my garden,but it's not as spirally as garlic scapes that i've had...'still cool- but i'm going to grow the walking garlic! -thanks! ...(maybe you'll see this later.)
  10:04am SF Jay:

If I remember right the liner of the record credited Gerry Mulligan with the "Svengali" anagram.
  10:05am annie:

DFS- readin... readin..i see ya! see i've heard that walking garlic does not have to be planted each year..
  10:10am El Thatchmo...:

Don Quixote hot the Boss Tom Gobbler this morning @ 5:55
  10:12am Parq:

I'm back. Hadda walk the dogs and get to the office. I am grateful to be able just to get the CA garlic, instead of the who-knows-where stuff in the chain supermarket. The Greenmarket's supply of local dried up over a month ago. Annie, please save me a few bulbs. 'Cile, the Les Bank docum includes footage of a NoLa guy making a very large batch of gumbo, and it is the most intense food porn I've ever seen. A bushel basket of garlic heads, unpeeled - check! Still b/p, I also grew up in a garlic-free zone, and I would *so* buy garlic Pez.
  10:14am annie:

parq, i'll put your name on a list.. you want scapes?
  10:16am PMD:

Mornin' very late. I love garlic. that's about as far as I've gotten in the comments.
  10:17am Devin:

I guess since I'm taking a recipe idea away from here,... (marinated kale) maybe I should add one...
coarsely ground carrot, honey, lemon juice, olive oil, cinnamon, ginger.... on a bed of rocket.
  10:20am annie:

devin, great recipe, thanks..i'll just leave out the lemon.. citrus allergy
  10:23am Paul Sherratt:

Another fine set, this, Mr DJ. Love that not-so-Tiny Topsy !
  10:23am dragonflyshards:

'sgotta be true,Annie...the onion walks farther every year.
  10:24am Devin:

Annie, Sub a little apple cider vinegar in place of the citrus.
  10:26am annie:

hehe,, (penecillin allergy, too.. ) i avoid vinegar as well.. in a pinch i sometimes sub wheat free tamari.
  10:28am Devin:

  10:31am dragonfryshards:

(i just lost Doug)DOUG! where...nevermind.there you are.....Annie -you'd have to check into it,but maybe umeboshi vinegar ? it's really a brine by-product,more than vinegar..but,-it still may be fermented.(& you'd have to like salty,as weell)
  10:33am dragonfly-:

um,that's "well"
  10:34am annie:

DFS- as a rule, i avoid all vinegars, just to be safe.. i wish i would have the bravery to try sauerkraut again... the stuff using salt to cure even.
  10:36am dragonflyshards:

oh,well. there's lots of food out there
  10:37am annietr:

true dat..
  10:47am dc pat:

so annie, your penicillin allergy doesn't keep you away from all antibiotics, does it?
  10:49am annie:

if i have to medicate, i try to use herbs or homeopathy. and, knock on wood, i've been pretty healthy overall.
  10:51am Ike:

I wish I could find local garlic more easily. Heck, CA garlic is probably better than that ubiquitous Chinese crap that tastes like cardboard. They've flooded the market with it. Totally tasteless. Save me some.
  10:52am annie:

cool ike, you want scapes??
  10:54am dc pat:

this is THEE wildest fife/drums I've heard. beautiful!
  10:55am Parq:

I'm with you, Ike, that's why I'm buying CA garlic from the one store I've found that has it, until the local stuff is back. One thing about living in NYC, the local stuff is hard to find, and expense when you find it. But, as Ike will surely agree, it's stronger and you can use less if you prefer. I am extravagant, and use the same amount to get the extra flavor. As I said, no such thing as too much garlic.

Doug, are we making you hungry? Sorry about all the non-programming-related chat. This is a dang great show today.
  10:56am Peter K.:

Hey, this guy stole this song from Canned Heat!

Yes, I'm kidding.
  10:56am dc pat:

was Sid playing a fife there or something else?
  10:57am spaniel:

Wow, this Henry Thomas song is amazing.
  10:58am Cecile:

I know I'm getting hungry.
Parq, I think Doug is like us and sees music, food politics everything as being part of a bigger experience, so anything is relevant to this how.

or did I just put words in your mouth?
  10:58am Ike:

Hmmm, I don't think I've tried scapes (exc. maybe really tiny ones from CA garlic). Sounds good. Just googled garlic scapes and found funny pics of a kid dangling really long scapes over a cat.

Yes, Parq, the NY garlic is VERY expensive at the Union Sq. Greenmarket but often worth it as it's 1000x stronger than bland Chinese shit garlic (NOT an exaggeration).

Great music!
  10:59am Drummer Some:

Sid Hempill (Jessie Mae's gramps, by the way) was playing something called a 10-note quill.
  10:59am Chris V:

The fife and drum thing here is incredible too.
  10:59am Cecile Cloutier:

this Strickalnd s incredbile. The oriignal house record.
  11:01am annie:

consider the garlic sent... i'll send scapes down to jersey with bob as soon as they are ready.... back to listening...
  11:01am annie:

....i mean to" the drummer"...
  11:02am dc pat:

ok, so that's like a pan flute right?
  11:02am Drummer Some:

Hey Parq and all,
You keep the chatter up about anything you want. This is your space, not mine. I love it all. And yes, I am extremely hungry!
  11:03am dc pat:

this set fuckin RULES!!! Who's playing guit on this Otha tune?
  11:04am Carmichael:

Good morning Doug and everyone. It's finally Friday, and it's finally music.
  11:04am dragonflyshards:

(Doug makes me hungry..then by the end of the show i'm satiated)
  11:05am Drummer Some:

Pat from DC,
Info about the 10-note quill here:
  11:07am dc pat:

  11:07am Cecile Cloutier:

ahhh hamid drake
one of the BEST drummers out there.
  11:11am dragonflyshards:

i was gone,i'm back -'leaving to do. Thank you,Doug! -Thank you ,comment board!
  11:11am dragonflyshards:

p.s. still hungry.
  11:13am annie:

it annoys me that the cost of buying nys garlic is so expensive. it's easy to grow... 'tis pity.
  11:13am Carmichael:

CA garlic tastes just fine out here. Big fat stinky heads. Must lose something in the translation to NY.

Gilroy CA is considered the garlic capitol of the US. Don't know whether that's actually true, but the yearly festival is great. Garlic ice cream, garlic gum, etc ...

True friends reek together.
  11:16am Cecile:

I want to go out to the West Coast and have avocados and peaches that do not taste of the road.
  11:17am Cecile:

whoops, last name got in there...

stupid home auto complete
  11:17am annie:

carmichael, if there were a "like" button, consider your comment clicked. guess i'm a garlic snob; the whiteness is what gets me. waaaay to white and blanched..i used to have customers buying only the garlic that was covered with dirt... hhmmmmm avocadoes!! haven't had one in ages...
  11:20am north guinea hills:

crapperoni, i step out to get some ice coffee, and i miss arthur doyle & hamid drake.
  11:21am Devin:

Carmichael, Speaking of "True friends reeking together"... Anyone here have the chance to eat wild ramps? Talk about reeking.
  11:22am annie:

ramps are all over up here.. and the funny thing is no one knows what to do with em!!!!
  11:22am Carmichael:

Oh my, Annie. You can't swing a dead cat out here without hitting an avocado ranch. And Cecile, Freestone Peaches are also abundant, as are almonds and tomatoes.
  11:23am Carmichael:

At the risk of sounding igno, what'a a "ramp"?
  11:23am Cecile:

that's a hard choice.

If those are anything like garlic shoots, those are strrrrrong.

Carm, on a couple little trips out there I learned to love the alligator pear and the artichoke.
  11:24am Cecile:

wild onions
  11:24am annie:

well, around here you can't swing a dead cat without hitting a reiji master.. ramps are wild leeks.. small, pungent and wonderful in omelettes
  11:26am Devin:

Annie, +1 on the omelettes.. Mmmm.
  11:27am Ike:

I love avocados. I'd eat them every other day if they were as cheap and plentiful as in Mexico. The price here has come down a bit, but not enough. I presume this is because of intense protectionism of the CA avocado ranchers. Hmmph. I don't know much about NAFTA but shouldn't it give us cheap avocados from Mexico without protectionism bullshit?

I'll have to look for ramps while hiking near Phoenicia this weekend. I hope it doesn't rain.
  11:27am Paul Sherratt:

Give The Drummer Some Is As Good As Ten Garlics

( Hungry* for more )

* Don't Go Around Hungry ! ( Sign on a NO snack-vending machine )
  11:28am Carmichael:

OK, I gotta look into those. I'm neither here nor there about garlic, but I love scallions, onions, etc ...

And I forgot artichokes, primarily because I'm the only person out here who doesn't like 'em. Now asparagus I adore. And it grows like weeds up and down the valley.
  11:29am Carmichael:
  11:30am annie:

artichokes, you can have em.... asparagus. well. can't have enough.. the dog found the asparagus bob planted years ago... she loves it... has eaten all the stems
  11:32am Paul Sherratt:

" Scallions " UK folk, are Spring Onions

" Scally " US folk is NW English dialect for " a roguish young working-class man "
  11:33am annie:

whence : rap-scallion??
  11:34am annie:

skallawag? love etymology
  11:34am Carmichael:

  11:35am Carmichael:

And I love this music. It underlines the fact that today is payday.
  11:38am Cecile:

get out of my head, annie and carm
  11:40am annie:

see, at this point i would have the lexicon out and would have researched all derivatives of the word.
  11:43am Carmichael:

My Dad would call all of my friends scalawags, tossers or "eejits". He regularly called my brother a "pillock".
  11:45am annie:

wine-o i love it.
  11:45am dc pat:

asparagus, artichokes, avocados all totally bitchin. I'd eat avocados for breakfast every day if I could-little salt, tabasco, with toast or corn tortillas..
  11:47am Cecile:

yes, dcp. mmmmm. I like lemon and sea salt on mine, too.

I am so getting my drink on (well a tiny bit) this weekend
  11:48am annie:

you should cecile. get alot of sleep. are you still on dote-mode?
  11:48am Carmichael:

It will heat 100 degrees this Sunday. Pool, BBQ, beer, etc ...
  11:49am dc pat:

right on, avocados don't need a lot of decoration...the lobster of the fruit/vegetable world..
  11:50am Carmichael:

Doug, any album called Hayloft Jamboree has to be great!
  11:50am Devin:

Speaking of "blowin the suds off my beer"... I just recieved 3 cases of Yuengling. A pretty rare item here in TX. I haven't had one since leaving PA.
  11:51am Cecile:

Some what. He's at work, but we're going to go out for a drink after he gets home.
I know I'm feeling better. I heated up a preseasoned pork roast and doctored some Kraft Delux mac 'n' cheese for dinner yesterday.

that's a great way to put it, dcp
A friend of mine didn't like guac until someone made it for us tableside. Then I was fighting her for it. so not cool. ;D
  11:51am Parq:

Whoa, ten tons of new work just dropped on me, poked my head of of the pile for a sec -- you guys are *still* talking about food?
  11:52am Drummer Some:

Hey Carm,
Much better than Zoloft Jamboree!
  11:52am Ike:

Avocados -- yeah, just a little sea salt or kosher salt and you're set.

Oh man, my folks would love these C&W drinking songs. This is good stuff.
  11:53am annie:

guac: smashed avoes, cayenne or chili powder, lots of garlic.. hhmmm .. that's it oh salt..
  11:53am Cecile:

That is going to be the title of Parq's autobiography. ;D
  11:53am Parq:

Show of hands - how many of you heard that guitar slde-up that kicks off "Wiggle" and thought, "Looney Tunes!"
  11:54am Devin:

Awesome set Doug!
  11:54am Bongohead:

drinkin get's me thinkin...Doug, do you know the L.A. psych/world group from the 60s, Kaleidoscope? if not I'll send ya some...
  11:54am annie:

hand up
  11:54am Carmichael:

Devin, I had never heard of Yuengling until I went to Florida a few months back. Delicious.
  11:55am trrish:

I did!

Checking on the pre-lunch gab, again, too. Stomach a'grumbly.
  11:55am annie:

this music is setting the mood to go out and dig up more soil and rock!!
  11:56am Drummer Some:

I do in fact have me some Kaleidoscope. Thanks!
  11:56am Marshall Stacks:

Makes me wanna dance the 12 Step....
  11:57am Devin:

Carmichael, The oldest brewery in America (Yuengling) is certainly doin somethin' right!! Mmm mmm.
  11:57am Cecile:

It's getting me in the mood for watcing Andy RIchter Controls the Universe.
Early b-day present!

that spoon-fool, that spoon-fool, that spoon-fool
  11:58am dc pat:

hungry schmungry! I need a drink after this set!
  11:58am Cecile:

do both!
  11:58am Bongohead:

OK cool...they do some of that old timey stuff on the first album and there's some drinkin & druggin lyrics on there...can't wait for the salsa set next week - any hints??
  12:01pm Drummer Some:

It'll kick off with Alfredo Gutierrez y Sus Estrellas. Smoking!
  12:03pm dc pat:

don't know if anybody's here but, don't drink Yuengling--owned by an arch-right winger.
  5:03pm miketp:

chiming in with a garlic memory. the now defunct third day in e. rutherford cook joe used to make a delicious thai garlic soup. spicy hot and delicious. try to get you all the recipe. later gang.
Avatar 1:23pm Van in DC:

Oh hey lookie. I have not been here before. Let's give it an ear and see what we hear. Pass the Yuengling.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:28pm Doug Schulkind:

Van, this show aired just about a month after I got laid off from my publishing job and about seventh months before we got the offer to move to Pittsburgh. Crazy times.
Avatar 1:31pm Van in DC:


Yes I gathered it was live on air by the call sign legal stuff at the start that you did - WMFU Mount Hope ... :)

On another note, or notes :), YAY popup player!! :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:37pm Doug Schulkind:

There will be some improvements made to the pop-up player very soon!
Avatar 2:30pm Van in DC:

Yowzers - that Ronnie Scott & the Band thing is something else! At least I think that's what I'm hearing (about 35 mins into the program)
Avatar 3:39pm Van in DC:

1:43 into show *bookmark*
  9:06am Van in DC:

Now...where were we...oh, right. :)
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