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May 22, 2009 Favoriting
Lotta clanking going on
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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)

Cliff Jackson 

The Terror
(Listen: Pop-up)
(Classics 1930)
Bud Freeman & his Summa Cum Laude Orchestra  The Eel   Favoriting Swingin' WIth the Eel
(ASV 1939)
Jazz Dazzlers  Good Time Boys   Favoriting Township Swing Jazz, Volume 1
(Harlequin 1958)
Al Cooper's Savoy Sultans  Frenzy   Favoriting 1938-1941
(Classics 1940)
Duke Ellington  Villes Ville Is the Place, Man   Favoriting

Blues in Orbit

(Columbia 1958)
Sun Ra & His Astro-Infinity Arkestra  Day By Day   Favoriting Holiday for Soul Dance
(Saturn 1968 or '69)

Talkover Music:
Louis Jordan 
Bullitt   Favoriting One SIded Love Then Sakatumi
(Pzazz 1969)

Miller Brothers Band 

Loco Choo Choo
(Listen: Pop-up)
Boppin' Hillbilly, Volume 13
(Collector 1956)
Rhythm Harmoneers  Good Old Chlorophyll   Favoriting Flair and Modern Hillbillies
(HBR 1953)

Paul Tutmarc
and the
(Vocals: Bonnie Tutmarc)
Midget Auto Blues   Favoriting Streamline Boppin'
(Collector ca. 1944)
Roy Hogsed  The Loafer's Song (Living a Life of Sin)   Favoriting b/w Cocaine Blues
(Coast 1947)
Ray Smith  Hell's Fire   Favoriting Hell's Fire
(Cattle Compact 1947)
Lefty Frizzell  From an Angel to a Devil   Favoriting Steppin' Out
(Bear Family 1957)

Talkover Music:
Thai Elephant Orchestra 
Heavy Logs   Favoriting Thai Elephant Orchestra
(Mulatta 2000)

Alfredo Gutierrez y Sus Estrellas 

La Banda Borracha
(Listen: Pop-up)
Bailables de Oro
(Sonolux )
Los Millonarios  La Bogotana   Favoriting 19 Exitos Bailables
(Discos Fuentes )
Daniel Ponce  Basta de Cuentes   Favoriting

New York Now!

(Celluloid/OAO 1983)
La Protests with Tony Pabon  Compay Póngase Duro   Favoriting Free
(Rico 1973)
Armando Peraza  Viva Peraza   Favoriting Wild Thing
(Skye 1968)
Zemog, El Gallo Bueno  Plata Esta Fria   Favoriting El Gallo Bueno
(Aagoo 2002)

Talkover Music:
Marc Ribot 
Postizo   Favoriting Marc Ribot y Los Cubanos Postizos
(Warner Bros. 1998)

Staple Singers 

I Had a Dream
(Listen: Pop-up)
Uncloudy Day
(Vee-Jay 1958)
Angelic Gospel Singers  Jesus Is a Way-Maker   Favoriting The Best of the Angelic Gospel Singers
(AVI/Nashboro 1960)

Can You Treat Him Like a Brother   Favoriting b/w Far Away From God
(Jewel 1973)
Bronner Brothers  The Same Man of Galilee   Favoriting From Perthshire To The Gateway
(Jewel 1978)
The Daytonians  Mercy Lord   Favoriting b/w Movin' Along
(Halo )
The Chosen Gospel Singers  It's Getting Late in the Evening   Favoriting The Lifeboat
(Specialty 1953)

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

Warren Smith / Toki Hidefumi 

(Listen: Pop-up)
b/w Heritage
(RCA )
Gerry Hemingway  Slamadam   Favoriting Demon Chaser
(Hat Art 1993)
Assif Tsahar/ Peter Kowald /
Sunny Murray 
Ya   Favoriting


(Hopscotch 2002)
Hannibal & the Sunrise Orchestra  For Strength and Wisdom   Favoriting The Light
(Baystate 1978)

Talkover Music:
Liquid Liquid 
Scraper   Favoriting Optimo
(99 1983)

Monday O John 

Eyin Terije-Erantiwa-o
(Listen: Pop-up)
The Great Monday John New Wave Musical Group
(Great Monday John 1983)

Not identified   Favoriting Demo cassette
(?? )
Oshodi Combos Band  Ovbiogue Na Gbom   Favoriting Oku-Gbowa Special
(AGP )
Peter Effiom & His Rabalac Messengers  Enyen Kusonge Enyin Ye Ami   Favoriting Peter Effiom & His Rabalac Messengers
(Chibix )
Bob Aladeniyi & His Juju Rock Stars  Gbedo-Gbedo
Itelorun Kosi Feiye Ega
Loju Won Lo Pe Se
Gegele L'Obi Gegele
Ile OGere a Da
Awa Ti Juba Fun Won   Favoriting
Juju Rock Sound
(Take Your Choice 1970s)

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

Listener comments!

  9:06am Parq:

  9:06am PMD:

Well played Parq...
  9:08am not Sean Daily:

Aw, man!...
  9:09am dc pat:

  9:09am annie:

morning doug!! hello all!
  9:19am Bob DuCharme:

Greetings from central Virginia--I knew that the Duke had a song about Richmond; perhaps we in Charlottesville could claim "Villes Ville is the Place, Man."
  9:29am bobst:

  9:30am Paul Sherratt:

Top trainspotting find Mr DJ!
  9:38am Paul Sherratt:

Bring me the head of Mr Hogshed !

( The two-stepping Cocaine Blues man .. )
  9:42am annie:

i'm waltzing, swayin; wonderful music.
  9:43am dc pat:

why is it these songs make me want to steer clear of the high road?
  9:44am annie:

it makes sinning sound so clean-cut and easy?
  9:47am Devin:

Oh good,... drinking music. Good morning everyone!
  9:50am PMD:

I thought sinning was always easy?
  9:58am Cecile:

sinning is easy, pimpin' aint.
  9:59am AnAnonymousParty:

Excellence in any endeavor requires effort and perseverance.
  10:00am Devin:

Dos tequila's por pavor...
  10:16am Cecile:

I will get a tat of that, anon
  10:16am annie:

you follah?
  10:18am miketp:

hello doug and fellow ship of tasty listeners. just tuning in.
  10:20am PMD:

I love that - fellowship of tasty listeners - but maybe because I'm hungry. I better go have my mid morning snack.
  10:22am annie:

ouch, have to walk the dog... i be back, i promise..damn, i'm getting an extension earphones plug.. ..
  10:25am Paul Sherratt:

Love those Armstrong Bros - they sound similar to the fine Mr Allen Toussaint
  10:32am Chris:

great set Doug!!!
  10:34am still b/p:

Tell people to stop calling me when I'm listenin' to this show! STOP! It robs me, wrongs me, and makes me cranky -- shorting me on sin AND redemption.
  10:35am Cecile:

what was the other gospel group Lou Rawls was in? Pilgrim Travellers was it?
  10:39am Paul Sherratt:

Pilgrim Travelers & The Chosen Gospel Singers, Cecile
  10:42am stingy d:

who's the drummer here doug? also, do you know of roy burns? hi everbodies!
  10:43am miketp:

take your shakers bells bongos to your backyards parks. lets make some noise
  10:47am Drummer Some:

This drummer is the wonderful Warren Smith. He's one of the true unsung heroes of music. Been on thousands of vital records but few have heard of him. (His brother was in a cooperative art gallery with my Moms in D.C. for a while. May still be, in fact.) Smith was in Max Roach's M'Boom, which is like reaching the highest order of percussive beinghood.

Roy Burns, wow that name is a blast from my past. As a little tyke with sticks and a drum pad, I usta practice to instruction books by Roy Burns!
  10:50am stingy d:

oh wow! all things awesome, doug! i'm gonna keep my eyes peeled for the name warrne smith going forward.

and i bring up roy burns because i have this record called "drum set artistry" featuring roy burns and a big band. and it's phenomenal and reminded me a little of what warren smith had going on just there. and it's also reminiscent of this here gerry hemingway.. but it's, obviously, a bigger boom.
  11:01am dc pat:

this Sunny Murray drumming is nothing to sneeze at either
  11:05am stingy d:

yea this set is making me fuzzy feelin... gonna go watch tyson in a little while... sure to have positive vibes
  11:13am annie:

off to play, you wonderful people... have a long nice weekend. PMD- if you are around on monday... well, i might get out there somehow.. see y'all.
  11:18am dc pat:

later annie, take it easy.
  11:18am Cecile:

synch is off. Sounds cool, though
  11:19am Cecile:

annie, have a great long weekend.
  11:19am dc pat:

I really dug that Ya tune--reading up on Synny Murray now. Started out with Cecil Taylor. I like how he really whaled on those cymbals..
  11:34am Carmichael:

Good morning Doug and fellow Friday-ites.
  11:39am Elias:

Thanks for the birthday show, Doug. I was born on this day thirty eight years ago in the Exotic burg of Oberlin, Ohio. I've already gotten a free donut, and told a gaggle of kids outside L.I.C. high school that school ended early today. What can happen next?
  11:43am Carmichael:

Happy B Day Elias. Perhaps you wil win a 3 day home holiday visit from Rip Taylor.
  11:45am Drummer Some:

Hey hey Elias!
Happy B-Day. Mine is next Thurdsay. Nice to see you just made it into the Gemini brotherhood. I know Oberlin well. WOBC was the scene of my first radio experience (not to mention a few classes and exams and such).
  11:47am Ike:

Nifty! I was in the mood for this after briefly seeing Salieu Suso playing his kora at Penn Station. He's really good and the kora is always fascinating.
  11:48am 44074:

WOBC for life!!!

WFMU too.
  11:53am Elias:

Ah WOBC. We thought that calling up and requesting the Jose Feliciano version of Light My Fire was the most hilarious thing possible. At age ten, it was. That and pea shooter wars in Mudd Library while students were studying. Nothing like seeing five kids, being chased by five other kids making their retreat by jumping from the third floor onto the second onto a big pile of pillows placed there speciifcally for escape. And don't be fooled, a mouthful of those target peas hurts like hell!
  11:57am Elias:

Doug, my brother stole the John Lee Hooker "I feel good" album from WOBC. But then he felt bad and returned it. I imagine that record may have been played by you.
  12:02pm Elias:

Lastly, Happy birthday next thursday Doug!
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