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November 20, 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)

Frankie Miller 

The Cat and the Mouse
(Listen: Pop-up)
Rockin' Rollin'
(Bear Family 1961)
Bill Parsons  Absolutely Nothin'   Favoriting All American Rock'N'Roll From Fraternity Records
(Ace 1958)
Jules Blattner & the Teen-Tones  27 Tickets   Favoriting

Teen Town
(Yeaah! 1965)
John D. Loudermilk  Susie's House   Favoriting That'll Flat Git It! Volume 23
(Bear Family 1958)
The Rocket-Tones  Fireball   Favoriting Stop Then Rock
(Collector )
Little Jimmy Merritt  Honky Tonk Angel   Favoriting Rare Fifties Boston Rockabilly, Volume 3

Talkover Music:
The Steps 
Babendi Bendi   Favoriting Krontjong Warna-Warni
(Time Stereo 1960s)

Bob Lee & the Mike Moore Orchestra 

Wanted for Questioning
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Black Huchia Cuthia
(Still 1957)
The Adventurers  Another Bachelor   Favoriting Smoking the Black Rhythm Rock
(Still 1961)
Johnson Boudreaux & the Jokers Orchestra  Love Money   Favoriting Great Black Cooga-Mooga
(Still )
Charles Hargro & Bob Fonville Orchestra  Over and Over   Favoriting Rockin' Rhythm Very Dark
(Still 1959)
Big Bill Schaeffer  I Hate, But I Love Popcorn   Favoriting Love Blood Hound Rhythm
(Still 1961)
Little Eddie Mint  Two More Days   Favoriting Dark Rhythm Hokus Pokus
(Still 1959)

Preacher Stephens
and the
Foree Wells Combo
Unemployment Blues   Favoriting Black Wich-a-Way Rhythm
(Still 1957)

Talkover Music:
Bobby Montez 
Kon-Tiki   Favoriting Jungle Fantastique!
(Cu-Bop 1958)


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Palo Congo
(Blue Note 1957)
Toñin Romero  Mi Bohio de Matojos   Favoriting Ckasicas de la Musica Jibara
(Ansonia )
Orquesta Revolución '70  Sin Discusión   Favoriting Llego la Revolución
(UA Latino 1971)
Tipica '73  Guaguanco de los Violentos   Favoriting Rumba Caliente
(Inca 1976)
"Cachete" Maldonado y los Majaderos  Corillo de la Trangalanga   Favoriting

Invitado Especial
Tego Calderón
(SMG 2003)
Charlie Palmieri  El Guaya Catalina   Favoriting Vuelve el Gigante
(Alegre 1973)

Talkover Music:
Green Hell   Favoriting Afro-Rock
(DeWolfe 1971)

Neal Morgan 

The World Needs You
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To the Breathing World
(Drag City 2009)
Ken Hyder's Talisker  Drum Salute & Lament for Mal Dean   Favoriting Dreaming of Glenisla
(Reel Recordings 1975)

Cadence 22   Favoriting Monostress 225L
(Uniembal 1989)
M'Boom  Attention: Call & Response   Favoriting Re:Percussion
(Strata-East 1973)
Kodo  Wax On   Favoriting Sai-So
(Sony Japan 1999)

Talkover Music:
Gulintangan Orchestra of Brunei 
Gendang Sri Rama   Favoriting Borneo: Traditional Music of Asia,
Volume 6
(Playa Sound )

Ignace de Souza 

Olava Yin
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Ignace de Souza et l'Orchestre Black Santiago
(Satet )
Balla et Ses Balladins  Fadakudu   Favoriting Balla et Ses Balladins
(Syliphone 1975)
Godwin Ironbar  Izenegbonta   Favoriting Godwin Ironbar
(Decca 1975)
Orchestre Maquis du Zaire  Serieux ya Mukoko   Favoriting ???
(Eom 1982)

Talkover Music:
DJ Food 
Dub Lion (Remake)   Favoriting Stop And Listen Vol. 1 Compiled By Dr. Bob Jones
(BBE 1994)

Prince Lasha Quintet 

Ghost of the Past
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The Cry!
(Contemporary 1962)
Dexter Gordon  Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)   Favoriting Gettin' Around
(Blue Note 1965)
Roswell Rudd  Elto Dean   Favoriting Trombone Tribe
(Sunnyside 2009)
Marion Brown Quartet  Sunshine Road   Favoriting Back to Paris
(Freelance 1980)
Huey (Sonny) SImmons  Burning Spirits No. 1   Favoriting Burning Spirits
(Contemporary 1970)

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

Listener comments!

  9:11am annie:

there you are!!!
  9:14am annie:

home page is not reset for your show doug.
  9:14am Parq:

Doug, the home page is still showing Hot Rod's show. I had to come in the back door through your playlist page (as, I assume, did Annie). Tell the powers that be to disconnect HR's list.
  9:15am sneaky pete:

  9:15am Drummer Some:

Wish I knew how to rectify this. Blissfully ignorant is what I yam. Glad you made it across the great technodivide.
  9:17am annie:

we have you to ourselves for the time being, then.. :)
  9:17am El Thatchmo:

El T, Chillin in the Hizzie, watchin the Jewish Mathematician spin his wax (or a reasonable facsimile) with his mind's eye!
  9:19am Parq:

Great first set, by the way.
  9:19am Hugo:

Howdy from the backdoor man!
  9:21am annie:

now we can tell who knows the ropes, here. :)
  9:23am dc pat:

we is smart.
  9:24am annie:

cozy little group; i know cecile will figger it out.
  9:26am Cheri Pi:

Here's where everyone is hiding, glad I figured it out.
  9:26am dc pat:

dang if I closed my eyes, I'd say this is Screamin Jay.
  9:28am Bad Ronald:

Good Morning!
  9:31am north guinea hills:

woot! Last day at work before I take a 10-day vacay in F-L-A!

(*disclaimer- Florida is a wonderful place to visit, not necessarily to live [lived there for 20 years].
  9:31am texas scott:

thanks again, Doug for that terrific newsletter you churn out week after week.BRAVO!
  9:31am dc pat:

man, this is the way I like my music.
  9:35am dc pat:

how can you hate popcorn? what a dope..
  9:36am Adrian in London:

Hey dc pat: not to keep banging on about Le Main de Dieu, but this should cheer you up.
  9:42am Adrian in London:

"La" Main, of course
  9:42am dc pat:

thanks Adrian, nice to read after yesterday...didn't know about the Roddick one. He's a good guy.
  9:42am keith:

  9:43am keith:

or "lo lo lo lo loooooo"
  9:45am dc pat:

this is my favorite one:
  9:45am Hugo:

You can get lost in there:
  9:56am dc pat:

you're right there Hugo...
  9:57am Parq:

Re music blogs, anyone who hasn't yet checked out FMU's Ichiban blog (link off main page) badly needs to do so.
  9:57am Hugo:

Google is pretty fast, eh? Just did a search on the Charles Hargro tune in the last set and it's already there as the first item on the list - from today's playlist.
  9:58am Adrian in London:

Yeah Roddick seems nice. You know he befriended a London Black Cab driver? By the excellent Paul Kimmage
  10:00am chris:

this guy sounds like Tego Calderon
  10:00am chris:

oh, I guess it is...
  10:00am jk:

it is tego, for sure
  10:02am Listener Dave from NH:

Oh, that's where I know this song from - it was in a super great mix the Riddim Method put together a few years back.
  10:03am Corporate Slacker:

Maldonado - great track Doug - blasting out in Warwick UK
  10:06am Cecile:

Good morning all!
  10:08am dc pat:

Adrian, I like that Roddick actually has a brain and is pretty witty. All these tennis guys live in such a gilded world but sometimes he seems pretty down to earth.
  10:17am annie:

hi cecile!
  10:19am Cecile:

hi, annie.
This Morgan reminds me of someone...I can't put my finger on's great, though.
  10:21am dc pat:

it reminds me of being freaked out because this tune freaks me out...
  10:24am north guinea hills:

nice ken hyder.
  10:24am Kat:

I dig the Neal Morgan
  10:25am Drunk right now:

Is it just me, or does Neal Morgan remind you of Karl Blau in a pleasant way?
  10:25am Cecile:

I know!

Space Needle! It reminds me of Space Needle!
  10:26am north guinea hills:

I was thinking the same thing. I love the first Space Needle record.
  10:27am Cecile:

me, too.
But you know that one song, the one where they harmonize over those churning drums?
  10:28am Drummer Some:

If I've got it right, Neal's record is not ON Drag City, but it's being distributed by Drag City.

@Drunk right now
The Karl Blau reference is an excellent observation. Their singing voices have that same direct, spokenish, unvarnished quality.

Here's the Neal rekkid:
  10:30am north guinea hills:

the one that has the line, "i wouldn't close my the world."?
  10:32am Dr. Rick Marshall:

Good morning Doug and everyone in WFMU Land. The show is great as it is every firday morning. Doug I was wondering if you can play some Amazing Amar today?
  10:32am Cecile:

  10:34am annie:

holy god, this rocks.
  10:34am Cecile:

  10:35am texas scott:

  10:35am annie:

how close can one get to ecstasy!!
  10:37am Dr. Rick Marshall:

You can get real close to ecstasy if Doug plays some Amazing Amar
  10:37am Cecile:

  10:38am annie:

and the speakers.. they are jumpin!!!
  10:40am north guinea hills:

wait, it sounds like aciiiiiid (housish) on give the drummer some?

  10:41am Cecile:

I love me some aciiiiiiiiiiiiiiiid house.
  10:44am Carmichael:

Good morning friends and relations. Sittin' at home furloughed ....
  10:46am annie:

morning carm!
  10:46am Hugo:

Thanks for the Talisker. I just acquired the two albums that came after the one played - none of them re-issued.
  10:48am Carmichael:

Hiya Annie!
  10:53am brian:

what beautiful sounds to arrive to! good morning people of the world. and thanks doug.
  10:55am Devin:

Good morning ya'll.
  10:55am Drummer Some:

@North Guinea
What, you think the Drummer can't his house on?! There are many arrows in my quiver, Son. >>>>Twang!>>>
  10:58am Dr. Rick Marshall:

Ok... If no Amazing Amar, then can you play some awesome steel pan solos
  11:01am annie:

it's a good thing i am not driving now.. otherwise i would be arrested for druid-ism.. driving under the influence of drumming
  11:01am Hugo:

Just listen to the horns - and you know it's Syliphone ...
  11:02am north guinea hills:

haha, just joshing, doug. :)
  11:04am Drummer Some:

You know I love you (now can I have my arrow back?)
  11:05am Dr. Rick Marshall:

Come on just a little steel pan music
  11:07am Parq:

As usual, GDS is an All-U-Can-Eat Buffet of sounds.
  11:08am gumby:

If I were to have any more kids. I would definately name them Godwin Ironbar Gumby
  11:09am Cecile:

GIG for short
  11:09am monica:

mornin', doug! great seeing at the mini-marathon. the sounds are intoxicating, as always!
  11:10am Cecile:

Hey, the Maquis were the rebel group in Star Trek Deep Space 9. I guess when they weren't doing sorties into Federation territory, they were a great high-lift style band...
  11:11am Cecile:

  11:12am Drummer Some:

Likewise to you, Monica. Reminded me of those halcyon Fridays when were back-to-back!
  11:13am Drummer Some:

These are the SAME guys who were on Star Trek!!!! (Well, not really, actually.)
  11:18am Cecile:

LOL. Doug.
That would be cool, though if they had an episode with a Zairean band playing in the Officer's Lounge or something.
  11:19am Hugo:

Exquisite piece of congolese that one - ideally it should go on forever ... ah it ended ...
  11:28am Chicago Joel:

Great track, Doug! Love the two basses.
  11:30am LizGig:

Shall we dance?
  11:32am Parq:

Great Dexter. People of a certain age (ie, mine) will remember when practically all the singers on TV variety shows were doing this one.
  11:33am Drummer Some:

Not surprised that you'd dig the double bass action.
  11:35am Joel:

This Roswell Rudd is great too, hadn't heard this one yet. Great melody.
  11:38am Tref:

reminds me of Fables of Faubus by Mingus
  11:40am Hugo:

There will allways be room for Marion Brown ... and Charles Tyler ...
  11:54am Chris:

And especially Sonny Simmons
  11:56am Carmichael:

Thanks once again Doug for the superior sounds.
  11:57am annie:

where did the morning go?
  11:57am LJ:

Now I want some Cecil Taylor!
  12:00pm Cecile:

you can never go wrong with Michael White
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