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Favoriting December 28, 2016: Oogsy-Moo
Despite the long theme intro-- too much Big Guitars-- once Cornell Dupree comes in to play his boppin' blues, we are off and running. This is a fill-in for Bodega Pop, on WFMU's Drummer Stream; DJ Gary Sullivan plays lots of world music and I followed suit, with African, Latin plus blues, jazz and rock & roll.

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Artist Track Comments Approx. start time
Big Guitars from Texas  Boomerang   Favoriting A five minute lag but here we are.  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Big Guitars from Texas  Breaker   Favoriting More intro twang, with a short drop-out just before Cornell Dupree begins  0:06:40 (Pop-up)
Cornell Dupree  Bop n Blues   Favoriting Now we're talking: Superb sideman goes solo, with a nice album from 1995. This is the title cut.  0:07:08 (Pop-up)
Bryan Beninghove's Hangmen  Pineapples and Ashtrays   Favoriting Title cut from new CD from this excellent Jersey City band  0:10:34 (Pop-up)
Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures  Happiness Road   Favoriting Terrific ensemble, from "Dream Garden" (Justin Time, 2015)  0:14:00 (Pop-up)
Salif Keita  Mandjou   Favoriting I found this on "The Original Sound of Mali" on Mr. Bongo  0:17:19 (Pop-up)
Horace Tapscott  Thoughts of Dar Es Salaam   Favoriting Title cut to an amazing album from an amazing piano player, on Arabesque (1997)  0:27:29 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Horace Tapscott 

Wiletta's Walk   Favoriting


0:34:27 (Pop-up)
Idrissa Soumaoro Et L'Eclipse De L'Ija  Fama Allah   Favoriting More from Mr Bongo's Mali collection  0:38:54 (Pop-up)
Colomach  Enoviyin   Favoriting Found on "Nigerian Soul Fever: Afro Funk, Disco and Boogie. West African Disco Mayhem!" on Soul Jazz (2016). The song is from 1974  0:47:22 (Pop-up)
L'Orchestre Super Mambo  Kurukia Ukuta   Favoriting This one is from "Urgent Jumping: East African Musiki Was Dansi Classics" on Sterns. The CD is from 2016, the music from the 1990s.  0:52:14 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Super Mambo Jazz Band “69” 

Nasalaki Nini   Favoriting


0:59:06 (Pop-up)
Mahotella Queens  Amabhongo   Favoriting From South Africa, if you listen carefully you can hear the vocal click  1:00:45 (Pop-up)
Mar Seck  El Dulcerito   Favoriting Teranga Beat presents Mar Seck; the album is "Vagabonde" (2013). Listen to the Cuban influence. Is he singing in Spanish?  1:03:00 (Pop-up)
Cachao y Su Ritmo Caliente  Malanga Amarilla   Favoriting Un cancion muy bueno, on a scatchy piece of vinyl. Not clear when it's from but before zip codes! Piano by brother Orestes Lopez  1:06:42 (Pop-up)
Nicola Conte  Bossa Per Due   Favoriting Italian acid jazz, found on a CD put out by the El Paso Chile Company, called "Margarita Music"-- of course, music from the 90s. They spell chili with an E!  1:09:52 (Pop-up)
Major Boys  Sous Le Soleil   Favoriting More Margarita Music  1:16:13 (Pop-up)
Los Dandy's  Zinecio   Favoriting The CD is "Lindo Amorcito" on Pharaway Sounds from 2016 but the music is 70s Peruvian cumbia. What's with the apostrophe in their name; don't they know English?  1:22:30 (Pop-up)
Chicha Libre  Sonido Amazonico   Favoriting Brooklyn's own cumbia allstars. Muy bien.  1:25:36 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Chicha Libre 

Primavera en la Selva   Favoriting


1:33:35 (Pop-up)
Ned Sublette  Not Fade Away   Favoriting West Texas goes to Cuba. From "Cowboy Rhumba" on Palm Pictures (1999). With help from Munequitos de Matanzas  1:36:16 (Pop-up)
Don Rich and the Buckaroos  Bossa Nova Buckaroo Style   Favoriting Buck Owen's sideman goes solo, from "Guitar Pickin' Man"-- now on CD, on Omnivore  1:39:48 (Pop-up)
Don Rich and the Buckaroos  Chaparral   Favoriting Let's do another  1:41:59 (Pop-up)
Duke Levine  Longhorn   Favoriting Duke is from Worcester, Massachusetts; this is from his 1992 album-- "Nobody's Home"-- on Rounder. Keep an eye (or ear) out for him.  1:43:27 (Pop-up)
The James Hunter Six  Satchel Foot   Favoriting An instrumental from "Hold On!" on Daptone (2016)  1:47:49 (Pop-up)
The James Hunter Six  (Baby) Hold On   Favoriting You gotta see this guy, he rocks. He did a version of this song live at the station last year.  1:50:16 (Pop-up)
Carrie Rodriguez  I Don't Want To Play House Anymore   Favoriting From "Seven Angels on a Bicycle" on EMI (2206). Help from Chip Taylor, Bill Frisell and more.  1:53:05 (Pop-up)
Kelly Willis & Bruce Robison  Waterfall   Favoriting Bruce wrote this, they sing it on "Cheater's Game" (Premium Records, 2012)  2:01:52 (Pop-up)
Don Gibson  Sea Of Heartbreak   Favoriting Great song, nice instruments. I could do without the background vocals.  2:04:24 (Pop-up)
Nick Lowe  I Live On A Battlefield   Favoriting Isn't this one of the greatest songs ever??!!  2:06:50 (Pop-up)
Freddy King  Remington Ride   Favoriting Herb Remington was another great country picker; here's blues master Freddy King covering Remington/Hank Penny number. From 1964.  2:10:18 (Pop-up)
Little Feat  Rag Mama Rag   Favoriting No Lowell George but these guys can still play. From "Chinese Work Songs" (BMG, 2000)  2:16:57 (Pop-up)
Peter Case  Steel Strings   Favoriting Omnivore just reissued Peter Case's self titled album from 1986.  2:21:25 (Pop-up)
Terry Dolan  Rainbow   Favoriting Unreleased tracks from 1972, from SF scene. Originally on Warner Bros, CD on High Moon  2:26:09 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Freddy King 

Low Tide   Favoriting


2:30:23 (Pop-up)
NRBQ  Stomp   Favoriting Four CDs in a box: "High Noon: A Fifty Year Retrospective" (Omnivore, 2016). "Stomp" is on the 1966-1070 disk.  2:34:09 (Pop-up)
Jerry Noble & The Plantation Boys  Mable's Done Gone   Favoriting From "Boppin' the Bayou: Drive Ins & Baby Dolls" on Ace (2016). The songs are a lot older!  2:35:59 (Pop-up)
Dave and Phil Alvin  Hide and Seek   Favoriting From "Lost Time" (Yep Roc, 2015)  2:38:36 (Pop-up)
Jessie Hill  Oogsy-Moo   Favoriting Ooh Poo Pah Doo Jessie Hill loved those silly lyrics; listen to that New Orleans piano-- and whistle.  2:41:17 (Pop-up)
Earl King  Trick Bag   Favoriting More New Orleans R&B, a big hit for this solid guitarist  2:44:01 (Pop-up)
Dinah Washington  Cry Me A River   Favoriting This blues/jazz vocal queen died before she was 40, a great loss  2:46:39 (Pop-up)
Charlie Haden & Liberation Music Orchestra  Song for the Whales   Favoriting Sorry for talking over the first minute of this but the whales are resilient. As are we.  2:50:43 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:06pm

hi Steve and the rest!
Avatar 7:08pm

h'lo h'lo
  Swag For Life Member 7:09pm
Steve Krinsky:

I thnk we are playing but is it a bit behind. Right now, Cornell Dupree guitar jazz/blues?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:09pm
listener james from westwood:

Evening, Steve and all!
Avatar 7:11pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I'ma listen, but soak my head in the tub & pretend I live in a warm place...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:19pm
listener james from westwood:

Rev, after a tricksy run into the low 60s yesterday, northeastern NJ has once again become wintry. Chilly rain due tomorrow.
  Swag For Life Member 7:27pm
Steve Krinsky:

Supposed to be nice in Bamako though. Or was is Dar Es Salaam?
Avatar 7:36pm

Horace Tapscott is amazing
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:12pm

I like the sounds here.
  Swag For Life Member 8:21pm
Steve Krinsky:

Me too!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:23pm
Uncle Michael:

  Swag For Life Member 8:27pm
Steve Krinsky:

Hola Miguel

Heya Steve and listeners. Yet another night below freezing here in California. Earthquake last night as well ...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:42pm
Uncle Michael:

This Don Rich record is a complete killer.

Oh man, Don Rich is like a posthumous guitar mentor to me.

Died in 74.
Avatar 9:00pm

oh man, looked up Don Rich. He died at 32, in a motorcycle accident.

His guitar playing is like a clinic for young wanna bes.

This is a great show, Steve!
  Swag For Life Member 9:15pm
Steve Krinsky:

Thanks, man. I love doing it. Check out my other shows on the archive. Email me with comments; I love to chat about music: stevek@wfmu.org
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:16pm
Uncle Michael:

Danny Gatton's take on Remington Ride is pretty great, too.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:21pm
Uncle Michael:

I saw the incarnation of Phil & Friends that included Paul Barerre and Billy Payne play a couple of times. That was fun.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:25pm
Uncle Michael:

I wore this album out back in '86. People in hell want ice water.
Avatar 9:28pm

I have Case's self-titled album (and most of his work), and somehow it didn't click back then. I'll pull it out again.
Avatar 9:38pm

Omnivore reissued a great Richard Thompson instrumentals album, Strict Tempo. And Jellyfish's Stack-o-Tracks (like the Beach Boys), their two albums as instrumentals. I like Omnivore.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:39pm
Uncle Michael:

Steve, did you know Ed Ward or Charlie Burton (Chuck Bellowitz) at UT?
  Swag For Life Member 9:45pm
Steve Krinsky:

I've read Ed Ward but never met him
Avatar 9:46pm

Oh yeah, Game Theory's reissue of The Big Shot Chronicles that's getting some play on FMU is also Omnivore. (Lolita Nation, too.)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:51pm
Uncle Michael:

Kris Holmes played a great version of Cry Me A River on his show last night....Marie Knight.
  Swag For Life Member 9:52pm
Steve Krinsky:

Nice chat on the comments board. Hope to catch you all again. Later.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:53pm
Uncle Michael:

Likewise, Steve.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:53pm
Uncle Michael:

Great music, thank you.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:55pm
listener james from westwood:

Many thanks, Steve!
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