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January 25, 2008 Options
Love spelled backwards is Evol


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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)

Senén Suárez u Su Conjunto del
Tropicana Night-Club 


Anana Arena
(Listen: )
  Options
Guaguancó Callejero
(Tumbao )
Orquesta "Monstruo" del Chino Flores  Cuando Canta el Cornetin   Options Bailemos Danzon
(Coro )


(click)
 
Cucala   Options Cotijo en New York
(Rhumba 1959)
Maño Lopez y Su Ritmo  My Chewing Gum   Options Kumbam
(Modiner )
Celia Cruz con la Sonora Matancera  Plegaria a la Roye   Options Canta
(Palladium )
La Lupe  Alivio   Options They Call Me La Lupe
(Tico 1966)

Talkover Music:
Jack Costanzo 
Bajo Numero Uno   Options Latin Fever
(Liberty 1958)

Jorge Lopez Ruiz 

Relatos
(Listen: )
  Options
Bronca Buenos Aires
(What Music 1970)
Larry Willis  Funky Judge   Options A New Kind of Soul
(LLP 1970)
Bill Plummer  Journey to the East   Options



Bill Plummer and the
Cosmic Brotherhood

(Impulse! 1968)
Volker Kriegel  Slum on Wheels   Options Inside: The Missing Link
(MPS 1971)

Talkover Music:
Luciano Perrone 
Berimbau & Capoeira   Options Batucada Capoeira
(Soul Jazz 1972)

Ban Cap Na (and others) 

Pii ta' laen reedpipe
(and 4 other selections)
(Listen: )
  Options
Bamboo on the Mountains
(Smithsonian/Folkways 1990, 1994)
Gia Dình (Ba Phô)  Hát Xâm: Nuóc Chày Dôi Dòng   Options Quê Huong
(Felmay 2005)
Unknown  Karaoke Bar, North Vietnam   Options Make Love Flying Motorcyle (unreleased)
(Angie Eng 2000-2001)





Unidentified 
Rebel Guitars in Strange Dialect   Options Radio Phnom Penh
(Sublime Frequenices 2006)
Ly Ngúa Ô  Saigon Ói   Options Hò! Roady Music From Vietnam
(Trikont 2000)
Dengue Fever  Woman in the Shoes   Options Venus on Earth
(M80 2008)

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

John Lee Hooker 

Baby You Ain't No Good
(Listen: )
  Options
Sings the Blues
(Crown 1954)
Champion Jack Dupree  My Home's in Hell   Options When You Feel the Feeling You Was Feeling
(Blue Horizon 1968)
Johnny Shines  Just a Little Tenderness   Options Johnny Shines
(Hightone 1970)
James Cotton  Cotton Crop Blues   Options Mystery Train:
Junior Parker, James Cotton, Pat Hare
(Rounder 1954)
Hound Dog Taylor  Give Me Back My Wig   Options


Hound Dog Taylor and the House
Rockers

(Alligator 1971)
The Super Super Blues Band  Long Distance Call   Options The Super Super Blues Band
(Chess 1967)

Talkover Music:
Jimi Hendrix 
Born Under a Bad Sign   Options Blues
(MCA 1965)







Beverly
Kenney
 


I Never Has Seen Snow
(Listen: )
  Options
Sings WIth Jimmy Jones and the Basie-Ites
(Roost 1956)
Anita O'Day w/ Stan Kenton  And the Tears Flowed Like WIne   Options Vine Street Divas
(Capitol 1944)
Elvin Jones/Jimmy Garrison Sextet  Aborigine Dance in Scotland   Options Illumination!
(Impulse! 1963)
Sonny Clark  News for Lulu   Options Sonny's Crib
(Blue Note 1957)

Talkover Music:
Joe Henderson (feat. Alice Coltrane) 
Water   Options The Elements
(Milestone 1973)

Marvin Rainwater 

Mr. Blues
(Listen: )
  Options
MGM Rockabilly, Volume 1
(MGM )
Cecil Campbell & His Tennessee Ramblers  Paper Roses   Options Cecil Campbell & His Tennessee Ramblers
(Bronco Buster )
Warner Mack  The Bridge Washed Out   Options




Rockin' the Country
(Decca 1965)
Werly Fairburn  Love Spelled Backward Is Evol   Options Everybody's Rockin'
(Bear Family 1954)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 1/25/08 9:16am Paul Sherratt UK:

I think this first set is making someone, somewhere in Ireland pretty happy.



And folk elsewhere too, obviously!
  Fri. 1/25/08 9:21am Paul Sherratt:

I'm currently reminded of the slightly risque jukebox hit of Lanor Records' star Donald Jacobs " She Kept Chewing Gum "

http://www.lanorrecords.com/lanors45page2.html
  Fri. 1/25/08 10:26am steve:

For some reason 'rebel guitars in strange dialect' is reminding me of the theme tune to'the Double Deckers' (70s UK TV series - probably deeply rubbish but fond memories!)
  Fri. 1/25/08 10:38am Liz B.:

Loving the Southeast Asia set!
  Fri. 1/25/08 10:40am steve:

South East Asia? Definitely adventure - great stuff!
  Fri. 1/25/08 10:47am Cecile:

The Crawling Kingsnake John Lee! Yay!
  Fri. 1/25/08 10:54am Paul Sherratt:

Champion Jack - one-time resident of Halifax, West Yorkshire !
  Fri. 1/25/08 10:55am Cecile:

Doug, what are you trying to say? We denizens of XX chromosome land are giving you problems?
  Fri. 1/25/08 10:59am Doug:

Oh hardly Cecile! This show loves the wimmins. It neither endorses nor espouses the misogynistic content found in a helluva lot of the blues songs it airs -- purely for historical value, of course.
  Fri. 1/25/08 11:02am Cecile:

Of course!
  Fri. 1/25/08 11:02am Carmichael:

Hound Dog! Great song that's seen many plays in the Carmichael home. Thanks, Doug
  Fri. 1/25/08 11:04am Joel Wanek:

Greetings Sir Doug! Thanks for the shot of blues this morning. Its working better than my coffee.
cheers from Chicago...
  Fri. 1/25/08 11:19am anne:

has anyone seen the movie Honeydripper yet? recommend it?
  Fri. 1/25/08 11:20am Matt:

I always love it when you compare bands to baseball teams. The idea of Howlin' Wolf as a pitcher....man, he'd make Bob Gibson look like a little leaguer!
  Fri. 1/25/08 11:27am Dave in Montreal:

Luren Bacall sings this one in the Big Sleep!
  Fri. 1/25/08 11:55am north guinea hills:

nice werly fairbum.....
  Fri. 1/25/08 11:57am Paul Sherratt:

Werly spelt backwards could be Welsh ..
  Fri. 1/25/08 8:41pm mike tp:

doug got agreat reaction from an elderly truck driver who was digging the champ jack dupree tune .the blues works.
  Wed. 2/13/08 9:57am Thatcher:

Again, you tickle the back of my brain, Doug. Soho Music Gallery. I spent many lonely afternoons in there as a bachelor teenager buying El Saturn 12"s and trolling through the Eno catalogue before going to hear Sun Ra at Art On The Beach.
"That which is secret gathers together and takes root and darkens all the more for being named"
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