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May 21, 2010 Options
At long last: Giuseppi Logan!
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
Sarah Webster Fabio 
Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues   Options Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues
(Folkways 1976)
ECD  In Tempo   Options Major Force: The Original Art-Form
(Mo Wax 1990)

Lorez Alexandria 

Baltimore Oriole
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Jazzier Rhythms
(Hubbub 1978)

Alayaza   Options The Seriousness of the Matter
(Quadraphonic Sound Module 2001)
Woody Herman & His Thundering Herd  I Can't Get Next to You   Options b/w It's Your Thing
(Cadet 1969)
Longineu Parsons  Take the High Road   Options Spaced: Collected Works 1980-1999
(Luv N' Haight 1980)
Yusef Lateef  Russell and Eliot   Options Yusef Lateef's Detroit
(Atlantic 1969)

Talkover Music:
Blue Mitchell 
Flat Backing   Options Bantu Village
(Blue Note 1969)

Mongo Santamaria 

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(Tico 1955)
Chuito  Lamento Jíbaro   Options Mi Gallo Camaguey
(Ansonia )
Sabu Martinez  Jeanette   Options

Safari With

(Vik 1957)
Ray Barretto  O Elefante   Options The Message
(Fania 1971)
Jimmy Sabater  Sufre Como Yo Sufri   Options El Hijo de Teresa
(Tico 1970)
Wganda Kenya  La Trompeta Loca   Options The Afrosound of Colombia, Volume 1
(Vampisoul mid-1970s)

Talkover Music:
Afro Funky   Options Ritmo + Sabor
(EM late 1960s)

Roswell Rudd 

Satan's Dance
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(Impulse! 1966)
Bill Dixon 7-Tette  Alternate Study of Section III,
"F" from Winter Song   Options
Bill Dixon / Archie Shepp
(Savoy 1964)

East Side Colors   Options High Won - High Two
(Black Lion 1968)
Don Pullen  Calypso in Roma   Options Jazz a Confronto 21
(Horo 1975)
Giuseppi Logan  Dance of Satan   Options Giuseppi Logan Quartet
(ESP-Disk' 1964)

Talkover Music:
Sonny Simmons 
Cosmic Funk   Options Jewels
(Boxholder 1991)

Giuseppi Logan: alto sax/piano
François Grillot: bass
Dave Miller: drums 
Love Me Tonight
[not sure]
Satan's Dance
[don't know yet]
Untitled Blues
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Giuseppi Logan  Freddie Freeloader   Options

The Giuseppi Logan

(Tompkins Square 2009)
Giuseppi Logan: alto sax/piano
François Grillot: bass
Dave Miller: drums 
Untitled piano piece
[not sure]
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Giuseppi Logan  Love Me Tonight   Options The Giuseppi Logan Quintet
(Tompkins Square 2009)

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

Listener comments!

  9:03am Parq:

I'm guessing we don't want to know?
  9:19am Drummer Some:

Giuseppi Logan, coming up around 11am!
  9:22am Parq:

This Parsons is killer!
  9:24am texas scott:

This Parsons is classic!
  9:28am mikev:

Fantastic morning music, thanks Doug! Morning wfmu-land
  9:38am jill hersh:

moved from da burgh 2 years ago. enjoy da cultcha, there doug... i'll miss your show on my drive into work, but will tune in on the internets.
  9:40am fishmonkeystew:

Doug! Keep your eye out for Raymond Morin, Sort of Records, and Pairdown when you're in Pittsburg. Raymond is the owner of Sort of Records, a member of Pairdown, and a guitarist in the style of Jack Rose and Glenn Jones. Here's his blog:

Sorry for the shameless plug, but you may like it.
  9:45am jill hersh:

i'm sure you will discover Jerry's Records on Murray Ave. in Pittsburgh - the best vinyl store that i have ever come across... sorry for my shameless plug
  9:46am Drummer Some:

Best kinda plug is a shameless plug.

I'll be living a block away from Jerry's Records!

Glad you like. Sure put me in a good mood, too.
  9:51am still b/p:

Safari is good. Description here is half a hoot.
  9:52am Cecile:

I never get past Beaver County and the airport. :(
I need to get a hold of one of my cousins next time ...
  9:56am Devin:

Good morning ya'll... What's all this talk of my hometown? Doug movin to the Burg?
  9:57am Cecile:

He is, Devin!
  9:58am Drummer Some:

Yes! Moving to Squirrel Hill in July. The show will continue, but on a new (as yet, unnamed) web stream via WFMU.
  10:01am Devin:

Glad to hear the the show will continue. I'm sure you'll like the sqirrel Hill area, and livin' in the Burg in general.
  10:18am Carmichael:

Good morning Doug and every person. Yikes, moving?!?! I'll have to crank up the shortwave to find you ....
  10:24am Drummer Some:

I am moving, but the show will continue on a new webstream hosted by WFMU. I will continue to do Give the Drummer Some live on Friday mornings on this new stream. Probably going to call it STREAMING THE AUDIO MOTHERLODE.

That sound OK to everyone?
  10:31am Carmichael:

Sounds good to me, my friend.
  10:33am Devin:

Sounds good.
  10:37am Cecile:

Sounds great! And now since I have Blackie (my 2T hard drive) I can dl all the stuff you've put up over the years!
  10:41am Carmichael:

You named your hard drive?!? :-)
  10:42am mike tp:

doug great show home today and in the car usually listen from 15x roswell rudd and beaver harris 2 names i know from great drummer lou grassi. lou was associated with ros and the be av some time ago. were all connected.. great weekend
  10:42am Drummer Some:

Sit, Blackie, sit. Good drive.
  10:42am Dead Corporate Eyes:

peeps are naming everything these weird old days.
  10:43am Dead Corporate Eyes:

I'm gonna name my Friday pants "Happy".
  10:45am Cecile:

I did, Carm!
  10:46am Cecile:

I'm a weird old girl.
  10:46am Carmichael:

My friend recently bought a small fishing boat, and he had to name it as part of the registration process. I dared him to call it "Mulva".
  10:47am Duke of Earl Grey:

Have consumer 2 TB drives been around long enough to be reliable yet? A year or two ago, many people were complaining that the new 1.5 TB drives kept failing and that 1 TB was the largest reliable size.

How long until petabyte drives?
  10:48am Cecile:

My good friend, who is a techno nerd, recommended that one. I got it from Dell Small Business.
  10:59am Devin:

I always name my inanimate objects... And even if they are new, they get "Ol" put on the front of the name. Ex: Ol Pinchy, Ol Red, Ol Grilly...
  11:11am Parq:

You can name your own salary where I work. I named mine "Ralph".
  11:15am Aaron:

WF MUoooooooring Doug and all
  11:25am hamburger:

happy birthday giuseppi! great to hear you on today!
  11:26am jill hersh:

can't hear Giuseppi
  11:28am Drummer Some:

Sorry it is so hard to hear when Mr. Logan is speaking. The microphone is being elusive just now.
  11:31am andrew:

this is just tremendous! really enjoying this set. thankeee
  11:33am Parq:

Love how nicely understated this fella's work is.
  11:42am LizGig:

This is a fantastic set. Thanks, Doug, for bringing it to us!
  11:49am fabio:

Hey Doug. Thanks for pulling this together and having him on to play. Great to hear him playing. And Happy Birthday to Giuseppi!
  11:53am Cecile:

Happy Birthday, Giuseppi and great hearing you today!
  11:53am north guinea hills:

This is so very awesome. T'would be nice if we can see him gigging in the area soon.
  11:56am north guinea hills:

interview w/ Giuseppi:

(yes, i know it's a christian site)
  11:58am king kennytone:

welcome back to mr logan from the people of the UK - good to hear you brotherman
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