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September 11, 2009 Favoriting
Health care reform without a public option means
the terrorists have already won
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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)
Tumba Francesa la Caridad de Oriente 

Ven Mi Morena
(Listen: Pop-up)
Afro-Cuba: Percusión y Voces Tradicional y Experimental
(Soul Jazz 2006)

Lengua de Obbara   Favoriting Vacunao
(Qbadisc 2006)
Har-You Percussion Group  Santa Cruz   Favoriting Har-You Percussion Group
(ESP 1969)
Leonor Gonzalez  Negro   Favoriting La Negra Grande de Colombia
(Sonolux )
Raphie Martinez & His National Combo  Cool Man!   Favoriting Cool, Man!
(Mary Lou )

Talkover Music:
Last Mosque of Herzegovina   Favoriting Sufiq
(Soleilmoon 2000)

Tommy Elliott & the Line Riders 

Same Dog Bit Me
(Listen: Pop-up)
Boppin' Hillbilly, Volume 6
(Collector )
Eddie Kirk  The Gods Were Angry With Me   Favoriting Blue Bonnet Blues
(B.A.C.M. 1948)
Lawrence Yawn & the Ranch Hands  Every Time I Walk Alone   Favoriting The Morgan Label
(HBR )
Harley Huggins & the Barn Dance Gang  Across the Alley From the Alamo   Favoriting

Harley Huggins &
the Barn Dance Gang

(Country Routes 1946)
Buck Griffin  One Day After Payday   Favoriting Rough Stuff Boppin'
(Collector )
Dude Martin & His Roundup Gang  Murder on the Radio   Favoriting b/w It's the Latest Style
(Victor ca. 1947)

Talkover Music:
Ramon   Favoriting The Solid Sounds of the 8-Piece Brotherhood
(Manteca 1998)

Safiye Ayla 
Yarin Bu Kadar Cevri
Gelir Miydi Hayale
(Listen: Pop-up)
Masters of Turkish Music
(Rounder 1930)
Sükrü Tunar  Suzinak Taksim   Favoriting Istanbul 1925
(Traditional Crossroads 1925)
Muhlis Akarsu  Ayirma Bizi Kendinden   Favoriting Asik Olan Durmaz Aglar
(Kalan )

Sik Latife   Favoriting Benimlre Oynar Misin
(1 Numera / World Psychedelia 1974)
Selda Bagcan  Gitme   Favoriting Selda
(Finders Keepers 1976)
Sivan Perwer  Heybiyênin   Favoriting Beyond Istanbul:
Underground Grooves of Turkey
(Trikont )

Talkover Music:
Obeng Ungu & Jalan Buntu 
Rabu: Sakit Tangani   Favoriting 1951: Sumatran Ladies Wearing Hats as Outlawed by Goverment
(Hot Air 2001)

Billy Murray 

The Cubanola Glide
(Listen: Pop-up)
The Denver Nightingale
(Archeophone 1910)
Harry Reser's SIx Jumping Jacks
(Vocal: Tom Stacks) 
Horses   Favoriting

Volume 1
(TOM 1926)
Emmett Miller  Right or Wrong   Favoriting
(Bluebird 1926)
Ocie Stockard & His Wanderers  Black and Blues   Favoriting Western Swing Chronicles Volume 3
(Origin Jazz Library )
Jack Teagarden  Your Guess Is as Good as Mine   Favoriting Jack Teagarden & His Orchestra 1934-139
(Chronological Classics 1934)
Johnny Mercer w/ Paul Weston & The Pied Pipers  My Sugar Is so Refined   Favoriting Capitol Jumps
(Capitol )
Lord Buckley  Jehovah & Finnegan   Favoriting {unreleased]
(WERE-FM aircheck 1957)
Red Ingle  Nowhere   Favoriting Tim-Tayshun
(Bear Family 1947)

Talkover Music:
Hank Garland 
Guitar Shuffle   Favoriting Hank Garland & His Sugar Footers
(Bear Family 1950)

Gunter Hampel & Jeanne Lee 

(Listen: Pop-up)
Berliner Jazzbuehne: May 9, 1981
(Radio Brandenburg "Jazz Live" 1981)
Andrew Hill  Pain   Favoriting Change
(Blue Note 1966)

Then Soul Walked In   Favoriting Goodbye Yesterday!
(Groove Merchant 1972)
Human Arts Ensemble  Tiburg Centre   Favoriting Live, Volume 2
(Circle 1978)
Ray Anderson / Pocket Brass Band  Bimwa Swing   Favoriting Where Home Is
(Enja 1999)

Talkover Music:
Liquid Liquid 
Bell Head (live)   Favoriting Liquid Liquid
(Mo Wax 1982)

The Quarter After 

Changes Near
(Listen: Pop-up)
Changes Near
(Committe to Keep Music Evil 2007)
The Rose Garden  I'm Only Second   Favoriting The Rose Garden
(Atco 1968)
Kaleidoscope  (Further Reflections) In the Room
of Percussion   Favoriting


(Fontana 1967)
The Children of Lir  Lir's Lament   Favoriting Loudest Whisper
(Polydor 1974)
Phil Sawyer  Stranger in the Street   Favoriting Childhood's End
(Guerszen 1971)
Aquamen  Line & Track   Favoriting California Love-In, Volume 4
(U-Spaces 1966)
Flood  Vacumn   Favoriting The Rise of Flood
(Maple 1972)

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

Listener comments!

  9:02am annie:

morning doug!!!! nice to hear these familiar tunes!
  9:06am Tom:

Top of the morn Doug!
  9:10am Drummer Some:

Buenos dias, companeros!
  9:13am texas scott:

Hola, Doug. Más café, por favor.
  9:14am Parq:

Tish, that's French! No, wait ...
  9:26am texas scott:

paging,Mr. Adams.Mr. Gomez Adams,you have a telephone call at the front desk.
  9:26am El Thatchmo ...:

You are suspiciously Brown-Friendly.
Do I need to ask where your patriotic sympathies lay?
And isn't your real name ACHMED!
  9:29am Bob:

"Cool Man" certainly lives up to its title.
  9:31am Parq:

T-Scott, fyi, that's "Addams".
  9:32am jon:

wow! look what I missed!
  9:33am texas scott:

  9:35am texas scott:

btw,healthcare is all in the head.
just saying,think about it...
  9:35am joe:

great soundbed!
  9:38am El Thatchmo ...:

The Poet of the Turntables
  9:38am ?:

that land was for grazing when the dutch ran nyc. I used to have an old map that showed all the family farms. upper manhattan was wilderness, indian villages, and later the occasional log cabin...
  9:43am Peter D:

Pantheistic country music? Wow!
  9:44am Hugo:

It always surprises me that the public option provision should elicit so much controversy. In many places, including mine, it's the default option, funded through taxes and based on the principles of treatment according to need and equal access to services, independently of personal income and geographic location.
  9:45am Cecile:

Hi Doug!
Hi, everyone!
Want to know what I'm making for dinner?
  9:46am texas scott:

what's for dinner,Cecile?
  9:49am Drummer Some:

I'll be having a goat-cheese pitza from the local Middle Eastern joint. What'r you chomping, Cecile?
  9:51am Cecile:

Green mango salad (was going to be mango salsa but the market didn't cooperate)
Chole (chickpea curry) with potatoes and peas
peanut/cumin/carot raita
Weird ass chicken curry recipe that sounds terrible (red wine, chutney, curry powder) but is amazing
condiments and garnishes
pita bread
My friend and I decided to start a new tradition called "budget Internet Indian night" where we get Indian recipes off the Internet and have dinner.
  9:52am Cecile:

Stipulation is that we have to clean out our fridges and cupboards into the recipes.
  9:54am texas scott:

sounds like a smart tradition,Cecile
good idea!
  10:00am Cecile:

We love to double date at restaurants, but it's getting too pricy. We spend less and can hang out as long as we like
  10:06am Give The Drummer Psalm:

Pita...? Remember:
"What is nan that thou art mindful of it?"
  10:07am Cecile:

Yes, but she doesn't have naan in her fridge!
  10:13am Give The Baker Some:

Splurge. You deserve to skip to aloo or to immerse yourself in onion kulcha.
  10:13am jk:

  10:15am chris:

I had nan with taters and peas inside the other night; so friggin good
  10:18am Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

kitch me in the tuchus aran
  10:19am Hugo:

Haven't got a clue what's up later. Just finished a left-over roast beef sandwich and have an uneaten baguette with chicken here in the office. The trade union offered us baguettes for lunch. They gotta do something to make us attend, right?
  10:27am Carmichael:

Good morning Doug and Friday happy people.
  10:29am still b/p:

So Friggin Good = GNFAR
  10:32am Parq:

Okay, I'm back. Just had to set up my new office phone, on a system most people regard as obsolete. Nothing but the least for this gov. office. This "Horses" song is more fun than a carousel.
  10:32am Cecile:

Well, we used to have the best little vegetarian Bengali place near us. Great breads, great food (we used to get take out there a lot) but now? not so much. Although, maybe the middle eastern place might have something...
  10:33am Carmichael:

So, we're talking about dinner already, eh? Since it's going to be 102 and we'll be in the pool, it's a pizza night.
  10:38am north guinea hills:

Nick Tosches' "Where the Dead Voices Gather" about Emmett Miller is supremely excellent.
  10:41am Hugo:

Nice Turkish set there. I just saw in the TV news that Istanbul has experienced the worst flood in decades with people up to their waist in water. Sign of the future?
  10:46am Parq:

Somebody -- it may even have been FMU -- hipped me to a Youtube video showing Lord Buckley as a contestant, an ordinary (if one can call him that) contestant not a "celebrity contestant", on "You Bet Your Life". The wonder of it all ...
  10:47am Carmichael:

My kids have a history test today on Constantinople. We have been so immersed in it's history that I missed the headlines regarding its present state. They did, however, learn the song "Istanbul (Not Constantinople)".
  10:50am Carmichael:

I thought Lord Buckley was British. No?
  10:50am dc pat:

this is freakin amazing (Lord Buckley)
  10:53am annie:

lord buckley rules. he is all over fmu, too..
  10:54am Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

No, Lord Buckley was not British. Nor was he Neal Cassady, though I suspect he wanted to be.
  10:56am Parq:

Carm, according to Wikipedia, Lord B was American of English extraction. His Lordship was born in California (out your way) sometime after his dad (not a Peer, by the way) immigrated from England.
  11:01am Hugo:

It takes a couple of seconds to hear that it's Jeanne Lee ... if that long ...
  11:02am joe:

tosche is one of my faves. read the miller the biggest music in america should be required reading, right below the constitution! right now reading mill malone's country music usa. great life schetches the first few chaps on medicine shows, etc.
  11:04am Carmichael:

Wow, Tuolomne is just down the road, too. Used to be gold country in the 49er era. Now it's mostly meth labs.

Thanks Parq.
  11:06am Andy in Berlin:

I used to love Jeannie Lee. I first heard her when she was with Archie Shepp. Blasé was the record - great!
  11:08am Drummer Some:

@Andy in Berlin: Oh you are SO right. Blasé is fantastic.
  11:10am Andy in Berlin:

Tilt my womb til it runs!
  11:17am jk:

for buckley fans:
  11:18am Drummer Some:

@Dum Dum Guy: I think you have it backwards: Cassady wanted to be Buckley. His Lordship predated -- and inspired -- the Beats and the hippies and most other counterculture groups in the 20th Century.
  11:25am texas scott:

Lord B was a hoot!
  11:37am chris:

Doug who is your fav?
  11:38am Carmichael:

Alright, now we're off to the 60s. Cool ...
  11:38am Drummer Some:

@Chris: Billie Holiday
  11:40am Hugo:

I thought so ...
  11:40am chris:

Aaaah,. I don't know Miss Lee look forward to checking more of her stuff... Hey this trippy track is neat
  11:42am annie:

doug, i enjoyed the show today. not very interactive, but i did listen. lots happening here this am..
  11:42am Chris:

Poor Jeanne, only 2nd
  11:50am Drummer Some:

@Annie: "Interactive" is less important than basic "active." Carry on!
  11:51am Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

perhaps so. just another example of life imitating art, eh?
  11:51am a.:

  11:52am Hugo:

Of course, Billie Holiday is also instantly recognizable.

Nice current (kinda Californian sounding) set: Somehow you expect to hear the Byrds. I've been downloading 1970ish concerts lately - with the lineup that made the 1970 untitled double album. Fab ...

You can date the music by the sound of it!
  11:52am steven:

  11:53am Drummer Some:

@Hugo: As usual, you've put your finger ON it.
  11:54am Carmichael:

I'm doing the Swim in my office.
  3:09am Jim:

I'm still sitting on the porch in Oberlin, thinking of funny words. After a while, you see god.
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