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October 23, 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)

Cook's Dreamland Orchestra 

The Memphis Maybe Man
(Listen: Pop-up)
The Complete Freddie Keppard
1923/7 Heritage
(KJ 1924)
Valaida (Queen of the Trumpet) w/ Billy Mason & His Orchestra  I Wish I Were Twins   Favoriting Valaida Snow 1933-1936
(Chronological Classics 1934)

The Scat Song   Favoriting Billy Banks & His Orchestra
(Chronological Classics 1932)
Putney Dandridge  Dinner for One, James   Favoriting Putney Dandridge & His Orchestra
(Chronological Classics 1936)
The Three Peppers  It's a Puzzle to Me (So What!)   Favoriting The Three Peppers 1937-1940
(Chronological Classics 1939)
Tyree Glenn All Stars  Sidewalks of New York (East Side West Side)   Favoriting Tyree Glenn 1947-1952
(Chronological Classics 1952)

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

Baden Powell & Vinicius de Moraes with Quarteto Em Cy 

Canto De Xangó
(Listen: Pop-up)
Os Afro-Sambas de Baden e Vinicius
(Forma 1966)
Sergio Ricardo  A Mãe   Favoriting

Deus e o Diabo
na Terra do Sol (Soundtrack)

(FM3 1964)
Corisco e Os Sambaloucos  Cara de Pau   Favoriting Incendio no Samba
(CBD 1967)
Noriel Vilela  Pra Lemanjá Levar   Favoriting Eis o "Ôme"
(Copacabana/Odeon 1968)
Jose Mauro  Apocalipse   Favoriting Obnoxious
(Quartin 1970)
João Bosco  Alferes   Favoriting João Bosco
(BMG 1973)

Talkover Music:
Joe Klaussell & Kerri Chandler 
Escravos de Jo   Favoriting Copa Mundial Muzique
(Guidance 1998)

The Soul

How Old Is the World
(Listen: Pop-up)
(City Special 1969)
Cast Album  Helelelelele   Favoriting Busang Meropa
(Sounds from Bahumutsi 1989)
Allen Kwela Octet  Question Mark   Favoriting Allen's Soul Bag
(Atlantic City 1972)
The Cliffs featuring Mankunku Ngozi  Alex Express   Favoriting Alex Express
(R&T 1975)
Cast Album  Mamabele   Favoriting Phiri ("Money Makes Madness")
(CBS 1972)
Cast Album  Rock Lobster   Favoriting Mr. Paljas
(Gallotone 1962)

Talkover Music:
Roy Brooks 
The Free Slave   Favoriting The Free Slave
(Muse 1970)

Celia Gámez 

La Mujer del Pichi
(Listen: Pop-up)
Que le Vas a Hacer
(Blue Moon 1932)
Orquesta América del 55  El Cha Cha Cha de los Inocentes   Favoriting Los Marcianos
(Tumbao 1955)
Celina y Reutilio  A un Presidiario   Favoriting

Quiero Bailar con
(Suaritos )
Rufo Guido y Su Orquesta  Falta la Plata   Favoriting La Maya y Otros 15 Exitos Para Su Fiesta
Trio Los Neutrales  Ellos Cantan Asi   Favoriting Ellos Cantan Asi, Tu no Hace de Na' Compay
(Amor )
Raphy Leavitt y La Selecta  La Cuna Blanca   Favoriting Jibaro Soy
(Borinquen 1973)

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

MItchell Torok 

Sober Up
(Listen: Pop-up)
Mexican Joe in the Caribbean
(Bear Family 1950)
Skeets McDonald  Smoke Comes Out My Chimney Just The Same   Favoriting Rockin' Rockin'
(Bear Family 1954)

You'll Die a Thousand Deaths   Favoriting Bop Cat Bop
( 1953)
Hank Thompson  The New Wears Off too Fast   Favoriting World Masters 1951-1953
(Bronco Buster 1952)
Al Terry  You're Worse Than a Tramp   Favoriting The Early Years
(HBR 1952)
George Jones  Mr. Fool   Favoriting The Lone Star Legend
(Ace 1963)

Talkover Music:
Bud Isaacs 
Indian Love Call   Favoriting Bud's Bounce
(Bear Family )

Karen Dalton 

One May Morning
(Listen: Pop-up)
Cotton Eyed Joe:
The Loop Tapes Live in Boulder 1962
Alice Stuart  Once I Had a Sweetheart   Favoriting All the Good Times
(Arhoolie 1964)
Mary Gauthier  Ever East   Favoriting Dixie Kitchen
(In the Black 1997)
Nia Morgan  Gan fy Mod i   Favoriting

Nia Morgan
(Patrin 2009)
Jesse Sykes & the Sweet Hereafter  Your Side Now   Favoriting Reckless Burning
(Burn Burn Burn 2002)
Lavender Diamond  Rise in the Springtime   Favoriting The Cavalry of Light
(Lavender Diamond 2005)

Talkover Music:
Oliver Sain 
Night Time   Favoriting St. Louis Breakdown:
The Best of Oliver Sain
(AVI early 1970s)

Os Impacto 

Uma Velha Foi a Feira
(Listen: Pop-up)
Cazumbi: African Sixties Garage
Volume 2
(No Smoke )
Quinteto Académico  Train   Favoriting Portuguese Nuggets, Volume 1
(Galo De Barcelos 1967)

Bahia   Favoriting Glue
(World in Sound ca. 1970)
3 Hür-El  Omür Biter Yol Bitmez   Favoriting Hürel Arsivi
(World Psychedlia Ltd. 1970)
P.M. Pocket Music  Kack Toi Mor   Favoriting Shadow Music of Thailand
(Sublime Frequencies )

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

Listener comments!

  9:14am v k:

kudos on the Yusef program - listened no less than 5x - perhaps the finest wfmu listening experience i've had - thank u
  9:17am Drummer Some:

@v k
Wow! Your comment makes me really happy. Spreading the Yusef love is one of my greatest pleasures. Thanks
  9:19am Sirone RIP:

From Downtown Music Gallery email today: "Just AS we're about to send out our newsletter this Thursday night, we have become saddened to learn of the passing of Norris Jones, better known as Sirone, the great jazz double bassist [Revolutionary Ensemble, Cecil Taylor, Pharoah Sanders, Sonny Sharrock, Marion Brown, et al], who befriended us here at DMG in this past decade"
  9:24am m:

Doug, did you know your playlist is not showing up on the WFMU home page? It still shows the last song played on HotRod's show.
  9:25am annie:

m, i just noticed, too; was waiting for the changeover, just now came in through the back door.. morning doug!!
  9:29am Glenn L:

Try this - must to click "change playlist info," and "live show"

Old instructions from DJ Bryce - hope this helps.
  9:30am annie:

and soupy sales?? ....
  9:34am Drummer Some:

Not sure whappen, but the playlist update thingy seems to have tipped back onto its wheels. Vrroom.
  9:54am Matt Madden:

Great set. i'm going to have to look in to Mauro and Bosco...
  9:58am Cecile:

Hi/bye! I wanted to wish everyone a happy Friday!
and happy Birthday (yesterday) to my husband, 50 years young)

that's sad about Sirone. I love the Revolutionary Ensemble.
  9:58am Joab:

What was the Earl for Electric Jive? I can't find it on the Innernets!
  10:03am Drummer Some:

Electric Jive here:
  10:11am fred:

Echoing vk, last week's show was just great, and it's such a good idea to spend a whole show on someone who is very much alive.
And in yet another reason to rejoice in the station ditching realaudio, this particular archive will now be my answer to anyone who asks "who?" when I talk about him. I got too many of those last week at work when explaining why I was too busy to take a break.
  10:12am chris:

Great to hear that electricjive is reaching out like this - thanks Doug for sharing our shares further - wfmu is sending lots of visitors to our site ... chris @ electricjive
  10:13am fred:

Oops, I meant the Yusef show, not last week's show.
  10:17am Drummer Some:

The number playing right now (The Cliffs w/Mankunku) is posted on my Mining the Audio Motherlode post from this week on the WFMU blog, along with a brief remembrance of the brilliant Winston Mankunku Ngozi. See it here:
  10:19am GP:

Finally getting to listen early enough to enjoy some of the show.
Hi Doug and everyone.
  10:22am annie:

crazy morning here, gp, the pup has to be still from her spaying surgery, but the neighbor dog wants to visit.. lots of in and out of the house. nice to come back in to the calming tunes of drumsome!!
  10:39am Parq:

I'm deaf this week, can't get my puter to play stream, but logging on in silence to say Happy BD to Cecile's sweetheart. I had that prob with the playlist too, I was afraid it was just me, coz Doug was talking about the comments he was getting. Ugh. And no coffe this AM.
  10:39am Stuart Troutman:

Great show today, Doug.
  10:42am Chris:

Yeah, having a lot of trouble waking up today but this is helping.
  10:44am annie:

parq, i'm surprised you are even lucid and typing with no caffiene!..
  10:52am dc pat:

just got back from parent><teacher conference. My daughter is top of her class....where the feck did she get that? Not from me. I was always in the brown reading group...
  10:57am north guinea hills:

I'll sober up when you pry my bottle from my cold dead hands!!!
  11:01am dc pat:

this set rules, fits my mood perfectly
  11:01am GP:

DC PAT that is an awesome feeling, Good on her as they say.

At least the weekend is up soon Annie, have a good one!
  11:05am annie:

pat, that is wonderful news!!! yeah gp- the final party at my friend dennis's house is this weekend. they are moving and there will be no more bashes at his place. gonna try to go..
  11:08am PMD:

this song is making me cry...
  11:09am PMD:

Oh, Doug, I referred my brother to the Yusef show, and he had just bought a Yusef album a week or two before, so he was happy to see it.
  11:09am dc pat:

GP, annie: Yessir, she's a keeper. Thanks.
  11:10am dc pat:

annie; final party of the absinthe tour? are you hallucinating yet?
  11:13am annie:

ahhh, pat.....'t'were it so.... the type of absinthe i drink is not hallucinagenic.. simply a very pleasing flavour.. the absinthe tour is done.. ... there will be others, as i think she likes my rapport with the crowds.
  11:13am Studio A CCTV:

wait a minute Dougie - was that an MP3 posng as a single?
  11:14am Parq:

I couldn't take it any more so I went out and bought a large coffee. And when I get back, hey presto, the stream is working! I'll never try to do without coffee again.

Congrats to Pat on your smartie. Now she can make a bundle of money and you can live off her.

DrumSum, you have all this on 45s? I am awed and humbled.
  11:15am Drummer Some:

@Studio A CCTV
Not participating in the SINGLES GOING STEADY extravaganza this time. (Much of what I'm playing usta be singles. Does that count?)
  11:17am dc pat:

thanks Parq. Somebody will have to make money around here...
  11:19am Jacob:

dang, everyone got real quiet hear at the office during the Karen Dalton song! incredible.
  11:19am Parq:

@DrumSum - aha, but I'm still awed and humbled, as I am every week.
  11:21am still b/p:

If I could use a miracle just now, should I get a cup of Lourdes water or of coffee?
  11:22am annie:

i am always pleased by the sounds that come from the drummer some show... mary gauthier, she came up here to the west kortright center.. wonderful setting for her voice.. and karen dalton can do no wrong..
  11:23am Drummer Some:

Just putcher hands on yer radio, Son.
  11:40am David H:

silent listening only goes so far, Doug. I had to-sob-tell you how much I-sob-love ya...
  11:52am k-rex:

w0000. great set. Loving this crazy psych stuff.
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