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June 5, 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)

Savannah Churchill & the Striders 

Once There Lived
a Fool
(Listen: Pop-up)
The Queen of R&B
(Dipper 1951)
Vikki Nelson & Group  Bright and Early   Favoriting Rare Female Doo-Wops
(Popcorn 1955)

When I Leave These Prison Walls   Favoriting When I Leave These Prison Walls
(Relic 1951)
Billie Nelson with the Five Wings  Pack Shack and Stack   Favoriting Bump Jump Jive, Volume 12
(Lucky 1955)
Rufus Thomas  Tiger Man (King of the Jungle)   Favoriting His R&B Recordings 1949-1956
(Bear Family 1953)
The Cues  Destination 2100 and 65   Favoriting Hey DJ! Play Some Jivers! Volume 1
(Hellllo Darel 1956)

Talkover Music:
Organic Grooves 
Gold Weave   Favoriting Black Cherry
(AUM Fidelity 2002)

Rudy "Tutti" Grazell 

Hearts of Stone
(Listen: Pop-up)
Let's Get Wild
(Starday 1955)
Gene Maltais  Crazy Baby   Favoriting

Gang War!

(Hydra 1957)
Bobby Shane & the Frantics Four  TV Mama   Favoriting Miami Rockabilly
(Ace 1957)
Bobby Wayne & the Swing Trainers  Swing Train Twist   Favoriting Rock It, Volume 4
(Lenox 1962)
Alan Barnicoat  Savage   Favoriting Rare Fifties Boston Rockabilly,
Volume 1
(Eagle 1958)
Morris Brothers Band  Rockin' Country Fever   Favoriting Bang Bang Rock and Roll!!!
(Collector late 1950s)

Talkover Music:
Soul Vendors 
Darker Shade of Black   Favoriting Downbeat The Ruler: Killer Instrumentals From Studio One
(Hearbeat )

Lata Mangeshkar / Asha Bhosle /
Mahendra Kapoor 

Pyar Zindagi Hai
(Listen: Pop-up)
Muqaddar Ka Sikandar (OST)
(EMI 1978)

Ruk Meri Jaan   Favoriting Bundal Baaz (OST)
(Polydor 1976)
Manna Dey / Mahendra Kapoor / Sonik / Chanchal / Minoo Pushottam  Kya Lekar Aaya Hai   Favoriting Umar Qaid (OST)
(EMI 1974)
Mohammed Rafi / Asha Bhosle  Raqqasa Mera Naam   Favoriting The Great Gambler (OST)
(EMI 1978)
Suresh Wadkar / Aika Yagnik / Amit Kumar / Anuradha  Jawani Men Aate Hain Daur   Favoriting Badle Ki Aag
(EMI 1982)

Talkover Music:
Detroit City Limits 
Ninety Eight Cents Plus Tax   Favoriting Ninety Eight Cents Plus Tax
(Okeh 1968)

Rabbi David Davis 

Torah Service-Adoration
(Listen: Pop-up)
Hear O Israel: A Prayer Ceremony in Jazz
(Jonny 1968)
Gigi Gryce  Blues in Bloom   Favoriting

The Rat Race

(Prestige 1960)
Curtis Counce Group  Landslide   Favoriting Landslide
(Contemporary 1956)
Dollar Brand (Abdullah Ibrahim)  Ishmael   Favoriting Africa Tears and Laughter
(Inner City 1980)

Talkover Music:
Steven Bernstein 
Let My People Go   Favoriting Diaspora Soul
(Tzadik 1999)

Dave & Ansel Collins 

The Driving Instructor
(Listen: Pop-up)
In Toronto
(G-Clef 1974)

How You Gonna Get Control   Favoriting b/w GG All Stars: Dubbing Control
(Smash 1973)
The Sharks  How Could I Live   Favoriting 7"
(Coxsone 1967)
The Creary Sisters  Who Makes the Stars Shine   Favoriting Man From Galilee
(Tabernacle 1968)
The Dynamites  Phantom   Favoriting Don Letts Presents The Mighty Trojan Sound
(Trojan 1970)
Skin, Flesh & Bones  You Haven't Done Nothing   Favoriting Out on a Funky Trip:
Funk, Soul & Reggae From Randy's 1970-75
(Motion )

Talkover Music:
Memphis Black (Ingfried Hoffman) 
Why Don't You Play the
Organ, Man   Favoriting
Soul Club
(Somorama 1969)

Echo Toikumo & the FIsher Brothers 

Eko Itonbra
(Listen: Pop-up)
Eni Yei
(Tradiscos 1984)
Professor I.K. Belemu & His River Brothers Band of Torugbene  Biridonbai Donbai   Favoriting Late Chief Oloye Akpe
(AGB )
Tony Sarfo & His Afrobisi Gang  Obi De Ba Anopa   Favoriting Little Angel
(PMA 1983)
Mbaraka Mwinshehe& Super Volcano  Sululu Ya Moro   Favoriting Ukumbusho, Volume 2
(Polydor )
Kofi Larbi & the Precious Jewels  Show Me Your Love   Favoriting

(Tinpoum 1977)

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

Listener comments!

  9:03am annie:

good morning doug and all you great people!
  9:05am Hugo:

and good afternoon to all of you in another time zone ...
  9:09am Paul Sherratt:

Good day Hugo and Al. That Savannah just gave me a kind of Timi Yuro jolt !
  9:10am Parq:

is it too early in the AM to do the mashed potato?
  9:11am Paul Sherratt:


No !
Anytime is the right time
  9:13am still b/p:

Likely a little lumpy 'til lighter, looser, more limber later.
  9:20am Parq:

I think it's a wee bit early for my bod, but my mind is cuttin' a rug like nobody's business. Dig them crazy Cues!
  9:22am still b/p:

It sounded like a cub of Tiger Man might have been "Well, now, they often call me Speedo..."
  9:31am Cecile:

Only get to hang for an hour, meetings!
Need to get fortified for the long hours ahead...
  9:37am ken:

  9:39am nasok:

ever since i heard about sam butera i can't stop "just a gigolo" from running thru my head... which ain't so bad
  9:41am Cecile:

Thanks doug for showing the love for us in the menopausal crowd.
  9:45am annie:

i'm listening, just feeling slightly out of it. sinuses are hurting.
  9:48am Drummer Some:

The pleasure is mine, Cecile. Speaking of passages, sorry about your nasal passages, Annie.
  9:49am jk:

there's something great about when kalyanji anandji used that rhythmic laughing. It always gives me the hickups
thanks for the show Doug
  9:50am Moses:

Peace Brother Doug !
If you get the chance please play a selection by the great
Koko Taylor !
  9:50am Cecile:

aw, annie, feel better, and thanks again, Doug!
  9:51am annie:

allergies are hitting alot of people especially hard i hear. i'll be fine, just have to pump the apis; after i have coffee, hehe
  9:52am Paul Sherratt:

Sorry to sound like a trainspotter ( does that translate in to US English ) but this Lata gorgeousness has reminded to let top djs know, if he doesn't already that one of the latest Trikonts is tasty in the extreme ' Konkani Songs ' Music From Goa - Made In Bombay ..
  10:01am annie:

i love this music.. very calming, so nice.. thanks
  10:08am Hugo:

A new Trikont? Well, I'll be in Berlin at the end of the month, so shall be investigated.

Hey, I was lucky to find an old Trikont - Kollektiv Rote Rube - mid-70s - at an open-air market in Utrecht, Holland!
  10:10am Janet H:

i made it....
  10:11am Hugo:

All the low-down here:
  10:14am Listener Dave from NH:

Now I know what's gonna be stuck in my head all day long.
  10:17am Cooper:

This Indian filmi music has pretty much made my week. Thanks!
  10:19am Hugo:

May I throw in a word for someone who could have been on Trikont:

Erika Stucky - very special!
  10:24am texas scott:

WOW,Doug,this Hear O Israel is fantastic!!!
  10:25am King of Kings, Lord of Lords:

This is a tasty sax solo. . I am well pleased with my creation.
  10:26am Yaniv Kuris:

Great show. Greetings from Jerusalem.
  10:30am Drummer Some:

Warm greetings to all and welcome to Yaniv in Jerusalem!
  10:31am Parq:

Back from my commute, but I caught little pieces of the Bolly set on the fly. Would have sworn that first track was Dengue Fever. Can't even tell Hindi from Khemer -- what the hell kind of American am I?
  10:32am Cecile:

Later! Have a swell morning.
  10:38am ok, i have work to do..:

sorry for skipping out early folks, the weather is conducive to outside efforts. shall leave the music up, but leaving comments. y'all have a wonderful day... and a great weekend.
  10:40am dc pat:

GODdam I'm soaked.
  10:45am trish:

ahh. Nice version, Doug!
  10:50am texas scott:

you know,as a kid growing up in Texas,whenever I heard jazz music,I always thought of New York....
wonder why?
  10:56am ken:

abdullah ibrahim?
  10:58am Drummer Some:

Yup, Abudullah Ibrahim. He is "Dollar Brand" on the record sleeve, so that's how I've labled the playlist.
  11:02am ken:

my god, those duo shows he used to do with that sax player at sweet basil in early 80's were unbelievable. there is an album or two of them, but as fabulous as the albums are, they don't capture being there.
  11:03am Parq:

I still remember getting my first Dollar Brand album in the mid-70s, with a photo of a shack in (I assume) southern Africa on the cover. The photo and the music both haunt me still.
  11:11am annie:

hehe, ok i came back in. i just found a great patch of wildflowers. getting in here just in time for some great tunes. ahhh, life is good. and parq- i love to read your words..
  11:15am Karinne:

blissing out to your show.
  11:16am annie:

anyone know the soundtrack to the movie "waiting for the light" with shirley maclaine? this music is so like that.
  11:17am Carmichael:

Good Morning Doug and fellow potato mashers. A plethora of microbrews last night has left me sluggish this AM. Can you play a hangover song?
  11:18am Janet H:

Happy National Donut Day! Go get a free donut (w/ purchace of any beverage) @ DD today!
  11:23am meredith:

Hello my musical oasis! Work is out of control, as the kids say. Can you plan a calming song to wash away corporate juju? I'm pretty sure you can!
  11:34am Drummer Some:

One man's hangover song is another's corporate juju repellent. It's all good!
  11:36am Parq:

Billy's show is a no-go? Oh no! Woe -- the afternoon will surely go slow, y'know?
  11:36am Carmichael:

This works just fine, Doug, thanks. I'm just sittin' here drinkin' it in.

So to speak.
  11:37am Carmichael:

Whuh?!? Sumbitch. What's gonna happen at 3 PM? A 100 khz test signal for 3 hours?
  11:38am annie:

i just noticed that my cell phone has service now up here in the boonies..and a strong signal to boot! hmmm.. what up with that? doug you have me hooked, but you knew that!
  11:49am meredith:

I concur - it's so totally all good
  11:53am still b/p:

Damn! No Jam! Wham, bam, blank you, ma'am!
Give the drummer some Friday before-and-after-Bryce time! With sets like this, even a replay of the morning shift would satisfy nicely.
  11:59am SusieQ:

Great show!
  7:18pm LDub:

I was visiting my home state of NJ from VT and had nothing to listen to in the car on my way down to visit family at the jersey shore from my parents house. I was driving my mom's BMW which doesn't have a CD player if you can believe it (it's not even an old car; the CD player was "extra" and didn't come cheap so they opted against it.) I dreaded the ride down- it was either surfing the dial through shit music or riding in silence- which isn't too bad.
I was elated when I landed on your show! I thought "wow. Maybe Jersey can be cool sometimes..." It was a.w.e.s.o.m.e. Thank you Thank you.
  8:51pm Martooni:

Thought I would comment after LDub. It struck a chord.

Going to have to listen to an archived set. A friend passed on a few comps you put together. They were inspired and went looking for who you were Schulkind. Keep plugging away. We need you.
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