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August 10, 2007 Options
This one's for Angela Kalule and Bobby McGee
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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)

Alfonsín Quintana y Su Conjunto
Jóvenes del Cayo 


Deja la Cosa
Coma Esta
(Listen: )
  Options
Vamos Pa' la Rumba
(Tumbao )
Chihuahua All-Stars  Echate Pallá   Options Descarga Cubana
(Caney 1964)
Kako & His Orchestra  Guajira en Carnaval   Options Sock It to Me Latino
(West Side Latino 1968)
Cortijo y Su Combo  Lo Tuyo Es Cronico   Options Baile con Cortijo
(Seeco 1958)


(click)
 
King Kong   Options De Colores
(Tico 1968)

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

Kokomo Arnold 

Old Black Cat Blues
(Jinx Blues)
(Listen: )
  Options
Volume 1
(Document 1930)
Carl Martin  That New Kind of Stuff   Options Carl Martin / Willie "61" Blackwell
(Document )
Robert Pete Williams & Butch Cage  Black Cat Bone   Options Butch Cage:
Raise a Rukus Tonight
(Flyright 1961)
Son House  Levee Camp Moan   Options


Father of the Delta Blues:
The Complete 1965 Sessions

(Columbia/Legacy 1965)
Jesse Fuller  Stranger's Blues   Options Frisco Bound
(Arhoolie 1962)

Talkover Music:
Earl Hooker 
I Can't Hold Out Much Longer   Options The Moon Is Rising
(Arhoolie 1969)

Augusto de Campo / Cid Campos 

Cidade/City/Cité
(Listen: )
  Options
Poesia É Risco
(Mercury 1995)
Centro Popular de Cultura  O Subdesenvolvido   Options O Povo Canta
(CPC 1963)


(click)
 
Ladainha   Options Manhã De Liberdade
(Philips 1966)
Maria de Graça (Gal Costa)  Em Vim da Bahia   Options b/w Sim, Foi Você
(RCA Victor 1965)
Fuzi 9  Ja Era Tempo de Você   Options



Fuzi 9

(Todamerica 1970)
Vanusa  Hei Sol   Options Vanusa
(RCA 1969)

Talkover Music:
Miles Davis 
Helen Butte   Options On the Corner
(Columbia 1972)

Frank Foster 

The Loud Minority
(Listen: )
  Options
The Loud Minority
(Mainstream 1972)
A.K. Salim  Ngomba Ya Tempo (Elephant Dance)   Options Afro-Soul / Drum Orgy
(Prestige 1965)



Clifford Thornton
&
the Jazz Composer's
Orchestra 
O Desãyo   Options The Gardens of Harlem
(JCOA 1974)
The Descendants of Mike and Phoebe  Too Little, Too Late   Options A Spirit Speaks
(Strata-East 1974)

Talkover Music:
Bud Powell 
Comin' Up   Options The Scene Changes
(Blue Note 1958)

Manu Dibango 

New Bell
"Hard Pulsation"
(Listen: )
  Options
Soul Makossa
(Atlantic 1973)
Pekos & Yoro Diallo  Track 4   Options Pekos / Yoro Diallo
(Yaala Yaala ca. 1998)
Angela Kalule  Me and Bobby McGee   Options The Last King of Scotland (soundtrack)
(Rounder 2007)
El Rego es Ses Commandos  Viman do Wingnan   Options
Life Is a Game

(Unreleased mix from Voodoo Funk )
Super Sweet Talks  The Lord's Prayer   Options The Lord's Prayer
(Stern's 1970)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 8/10/07 9:07am Scott:

Ah, my morning rumba...
  Fri. 8/10/07 9:35am Michelle:

I was mostly raised on Staten Island and would have been inclined to fight you on that 'part of Jersey' comment up til recently. But the longer I'm a Jersey resident the more I have to agree. Enjoying the show.
  Fri. 8/10/07 9:40am Doug:

Back when NY and NJ were in a tug-of-war over Ellis Island, I figured New York should just give Jersey Staten Island in a straight-up trade!
  Fri. 8/10/07 10:20am Scott:

Is Bahia in New Jersey or New York :-)
  Fri. 8/10/07 10:27am Sean Padilla:

This show marks the first time I've actually HEARD Son House, as opposed to merely hearing about him. I greatly enjoyed that song!
  Fri. 8/10/07 10:48am Lars:

that Frank Foster cut really energized my morning! i'm gonna seek that record out!
  Fri. 8/10/07 10:51am Doug:

Lars,
The Frank Foster record is downloadable here:
http://clubdub.blogspot.com/2007/08/frank-foster-loud-minority-1971.html
  Fri. 8/10/07 10:55am Kevin from BayRidge:

Hi Doug,

My friend and co-worker ( and captive listener!) had been hoping that you would play a Brazilian set., so thanks! She's is also native Portuguese (from Coimbra) so she ,at my annoying request, rated your Brazilian set pronounciation (1-10 scale) as a "6".Don't feel bad .
She usually can't even understand when I try to say a Portuguese word from the your playlist.
  Fri. 8/10/07 11:00am g:

never heard AK Salim before--is Drum Orgy in print/on disc?
  Fri. 8/10/07 11:02am Matt:

This Clifford Thornton track is brightening my rainy day.
  Fri. 8/10/07 11:02am Doug:

Kevin,
A six! Really? I am proud of that. I'd figure I rate about a dois or tres!
  Fri. 8/10/07 11:03am Scott:

Portuguese is the most beautiful language there is. It makes french sound like a badger caught in a rusty diesel engine. I gave up trying to learn Portuguese when I couldn't pronounce the first sentence from the first lesson I had in mp3 form.
  Fri. 8/10/07 11:07am Doug:

Not sure if the A.K. Salim is on disc. Dusty Groove has the vinyl. Otherwise, go here:
http://lysergia.blogspot.com/2007/05/aksalim-afro-soul-drum-orgy-1965.html
  Fri. 8/10/07 11:19am Lars:

Great set today, Doug! I've already done some scouting today, downloaded a few albums and bought others.
  Fri. 8/10/07 11:42am Hugo:

Looks like I have to go looking for those gardens of Harlem!
  Fri. 8/10/07 11:43am Sean Padilla:

The guitar on that Pekos & Yoro Diallo feels like someone's picking at a scab. I love it!
  Fri. 8/10/07 11:48am Doug:

Sean, are you saying I really know how to pick 'em?!
  Fri. 8/10/07 11:51am LaLa:

What is this sickness!!!! Yeah!
  Fri. 8/10/07 11:52am Sean Padilla:

Yes, that's exactly what I'm saying!
  Fri. 8/10/07 11:54am Matt:

Any relation between between Super Sweet Talks and the Sweet Talk on the Ghana Sounds comps?
  Fri. 8/10/07 2:43pm Doug:

Matt, I don't have the Ghana Soundz in front of me, but I'm sure they are one and the same. Super Sweet Talks were from Ghana. Just like the Sweet Talks. Woo!
  Fri. 8/10/07 7:15pm rob:

It sounds like it's Summer In Your Heart-as it is now finally in the U.K. Chihuahua All Stars for us Brits!
  Fri. 8/10/07 8:08pm Doug:

Blessedly, it is raining and in the 60s (farenheit), which is a GREAT summer day to have in a New York City August. But, yes, it is summer, In my heart, my lungs, my feet. All the good stuff.
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