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February 1, 2008 Options
A vote for hope is a vote against Vice President Guiliani
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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)

Lionel Belasco

Blow Wind Blow
(Listen: )
Goodnight Ladies and Gents:
The Creole Music of Lionel Belasco
(Rounder 1922)
Lord Executor  We Mourn the Loss of Sir Murchison Fletcher   Options Calypsos From Trinidad:
Politics, Intrigue & Violence in th4e 1930s
(Arhoolie 1938)
Mighty Prince Galloway  Confusion Men   Options More Bedbugs:
Muriel's 2007 Calypso Treasure
(Muriel's Treasure 1965)
Lord Beginner  Fed-A-Ray   Options London Is the Place for Me:
Trinidadian Calypso in London, 1950-1956
(Honest Jons 1953)
The Tiger  The Myserious Tunapuna Woman   Options

Shango, Shouter & Obeah:
Supernatural Calypso From
Trinidad 1934-1940

(Rounder 1930s)
Leslie Scott & Irene Williams  Crazy Like Mad   Options Legends of Calypso

Talkover Music:
Hank Garland 
Flying Eagle Polka   Options Hank Garland and His Sugar Footers
(Bear Family 1951)

Betty Foley 

Old Moon
(Listen: )
Bandera Rockabillies
(Bandera )
Burt Kline  Shove Off Short Stuff   Options Grand Daddy's Rockin' 3
(Legend )

Like a Weed in the Garden   Options Sun: The Country Years
(Bear Family 1955)
Bonnie Lou  Tennessee Mambo   Options Doin' the Tennessee Wig Walk:
The Best of the King Years
(West Side ca. 1955)
R.C. Holmes & the Stratotones  Does a Cat Have a Tail?   Options Early Missouri Rockers From Jan Records
(Collector 1959)
Tooter Boatmen  Wayward Wind   Options


(Collector late 1950s)

Talkover Music:
Dave Pike 
Mathar   Options Untouchable Outcaste Beats
Volume 1
(Outcaste 1969)

Don Edwards 

(Listen: )
Grizzly Man [Soundtrack]
(Cooking Vinyl 2005)
Terry Allen  Flatland Boogie   Options Human Remains
(Sugar Hill 1998)
Gib & Darrell  If It's Me I'm a Fool   Options Guilbeau & Parsons: Louisiana Rain
(Ace 1966)

More Than He'll Have to Give   Options The Open Mind of John D. Loudermilk
(Omni 1969)
Delbert McClinton  Some People   Options Love Rustler
(ABC 1977)
Dan Penn  Cry Like a Man   Options Do Right Man
(Sire 1994)

Talkover Music:
Bee Houston 
Blues for Rupez   Options The Hustler
(Arhoolie 1968)

Zunou Keisatsu 

Sayounara Sekai
(Listen: )
First Album
( 1972)
Goi Yamamoto  Sakura Sougorou   Options Gozeuta I: Nagoka-Goze
(?? )
Takao Hirata & Cellstars  Motomaki Blues   Options Japanese Rockin' Psyche & Punk '65-'71:
Psychedelic of Love
(Toshiba )
Happy End  Taifuu   Options

Kazemachi Roman

(Avex Trax 1971)
Morita Doji  He Weeped for Me   Options Mother Sky
(Atlantic 1976)
Sachiko Kanenobu  Far Away From You   Options Misora
(Chapter Music )

Talkover Music:
Nino Rota 
The Clowns (Part 2)   Options The Clowns [soundtrack]
(CAM 1971)

Don Cherry 

In a Geodetic Dome
(Listen: )
Brotherhood Suite
(Flash Music )

From "Out of Bartok"   Options Aquariana
(BYC/Actuel 1969)
Charles Mingus  Pithecanthropus Erectus   Options Pithecanthropus Erectus
(Atlantic 1956)
Steve Lacy  Name   Options Wordless
(Futura 1971)

Talkover Music:
Freddie Hubbard 
Summertime   Options The Artistry of Freddie Hubbard
(Impulse! 1963)

The Emperors 

You Got Me Where
You Want Me
(Listen: )
(Philly Archives )
Huey "Piano" Smith & His Clowns  Hush Your Mouth   Options Having a Good TIme
(Edsel )
Eldridge Holmes  Now That I've Lost You   Options

Deep Southern

(Aim )
Melvin Davis  This Ain't the Way   Options Hootchie Cootchie: Original '60s Buttshakers
(Wiggle ca. 1966)
Screamin' Joe Neal  Don't Quit Me Baby   Options Savage Kick Volume 3
(Savage Kick 1966)
Ike & Tina Turner  Bold Soul Sister   Options Pulp Fusion 3:
Revenge of the Ghetto Grooves
(Harmless 1969)
Earth Roots & Water with Jerry Brown  Sufferer   Options Summer Records Anthology 1974-1988
(Light in the Attic )

Eric Donaldson
and the
Freedom Street   Options Down in a Tenement Yard
(Trojan 1977)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 2/1/08 9:10am Andrew:

Lord Executor, y'all!
  Fri. 2/1/08 9:12am Parq:

Is there a diff btw/ calypso and colypso?
  Fri. 2/1/08 9:18am Parq:

Oh. A typo. I should have guessed. Doug, excuse my under-caffeinated befuddlement.
  Fri. 2/1/08 9:23am Paul Sherratt:

Here have a Lavzzza blend fresh off the stove and in a genuine Cafe du Monde mug ( circa 1987 )
  Fri. 2/1/08 9:26am Paul Sherratt:

Or Lavazza indeed, not some product placed in Bee Movie !
  Fri. 2/1/08 9:27am Mickey Mephistopheles:

Saki? (One word short story author)
  Fri. 2/1/08 9:27am Parq:

Paul, personally acquired? How'd ya like Ne'Orleans?
  Fri. 2/1/08 9:44am Paul Sherratt UK:

We made a couple of trips to N.O. for Jazzfest just as ( it seemed to me ) was starting to turn a bit corporate. Loved the city and it provided one of THE nights that I can still remember .. - a young Rebirth Brass Band in the legendary Glass House.
  Fri. 2/1/08 9:54am Daniel:

I love this song. Makes me miss the west.
  Fri. 2/1/08 9:57am Bill:

Hell, I'm not from the west and it makes me miss it.
  Fri. 2/1/08 10:01am Cecile:

I would miss it, except I know I would have been one of the ones buried by the side of the trail...
  Fri. 2/1/08 10:04am Daniel:

Yeah, I guess that's the point. Missing the vanishing West. It has the feeling of big, beautiful open spaces, i guess that's what i miss.
  Fri. 2/1/08 10:05am Cecile:

Can you play something from Dan Penn's weird psychedelic album? I can't remember the name...
  Fri. 2/1/08 10:06am Cecile:

I agree, Daniel, it's the expanses of really beautiful, unspoiled land...

But I'm like a mouse or a bug, I gotta live where there are humans.
  Fri. 2/1/08 10:09am Cecile:

I think I wanted to say I was a city mouse.

Thanks, Doug! Love Dan!
  Fri. 2/1/08 10:31am molerat:

FWIW, it was probably the lyrics that got the Zunou Keisatsu album banned. Songs had titles like "Hymn of the Red Army soldier" and "Take up arms". This was during the days when groups like the Japanese Red Army Faction were coming out.
  Fri. 2/1/08 10:34am Doug:

That last long, ridiculously amazing track just came in an email about 10 minutes before I started this Japanese set. Don't know anything about it, but we have listener Kashima to thank for it. Wow!
  Fri. 2/1/08 10:40am Cecile:

Who is the singer on Taifuu? He's great!
  Fri. 2/1/08 10:46am Doug:

I think it's Haruomi Hosono. He later went on to found Yellow Magic Orchesta.
  Fri. 2/1/08 10:51am Cecile:

  Fri. 2/1/08 11:42am Bill:

The Emperors! I used to see those guys in York Pa.They put on amazing shows,
  Fri. 2/1/08 11:45am Ted from Baltimore:

Doug -- I can't believe you left this track off It's a James James James James World!
  Fri. 2/1/08 11:52am Doug:

The It's a James James James World tracks were exclusively international (i.e., not from der USA). If I had opened it up to ALL James Brown-style freakouts, I woulda gone nuts trying to pick. (Went nuts anyway!)
  Fri. 2/1/08 11:58am Ike:

Bryce Bryce Bryce
  Fri. 2/1/08 10:45pm miketp:

who yip who yip who what a sweet sad song.
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