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February 8, 2008 Options
Tata Güines is gone, long live Tata
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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)

Bob Marley & the Wailers 

Where Will I Find
(Listen: )
  Options
Another Dance
(Heartbeat 1964)
Carl Dobson & the Liberals  Whoping Mama   Options


You & Me on a Jamboree

(You & Me on a Jamboree )
Ken Boothe  I'm a Fool   Options A Man and His Hits
(Heartbeat 1972)
Phillip Fullwood  I Gave You My Word   Options Spear Burning
(Pressure Sounds )
The Ethiopians  Life Is a Funny Thing   Options Lee Scratch Perry: Born in the Sky
(Motion )

Talkover Music:
Tommy McCook & the Supersonics 
Billy Joe   Options Run Rhythm Run
(Heartbeat 1960s)

Cachao y Su Ritmo Caliente 

A Gozar Timbero
(Listen: )
  Options
From Havana to New York
(Caney 1957)
Chico O'Farrill & His Cuban All-Stars  Peruchín: Lágrimas Negras   Options El Marqués del Marfil
(Tumbao 1957)




Cachao
y Su Conjunto
 
Cachao Te Pone a Bailar   Options Descarga Guajira
(Caney late 1950s)
Jesús Alemañy's Cubanismo  Ahora Me Voy   Options ¡Cubanismo!
(Hannibal 1995)
Los Zafiros  La Luna en Tu Mirada   Options Bossa Cubana
(World Circuit/Nonesuch ca. 1963)

Talkover Music:
Steven Bernstein 
L'Chaim   Options Diaspora Soul
(Tzadik 1999)

Dexter Gordon 

I Can't Escape From You
(Listen: )
  Options
Master Takes
(Savoy 1946)
Jimmy Woods Sextet  Coming Home   Options



Conflict

(Contemporary 1963)
Sunny Murray  Flower Train   Options Sunny Murray
(Shandar 1968)
Raphe Malik  Hightail   Options The Short Form
(Eremite 1996)

Talkover Music:
Thelonious Monk 
Ruby, My Dear   Options Monk Alone
(Columbia 1965)

Frank Quinn 

The Four Courts
(Listen: )
  Options
If Your Are Irish
(Arhoolie 1924)
Copper Family  Good Ale   Options Come Write Me Down:
Early Recordings of the Copper Family of Rottingdean
(Topic )
Terry Earl Taylor  She Came Down to Town   Options Another Time
(Dark Holler 2003)


(click)
 
Her Mantle So Green   Options I Sang Through the Fairs
(Rounder 1952)
The Battlefield Band  Tae the Beggin'   Options At the Front
(Topic 1978)

Talkover Music:
Clark Kessinger 
Wednesday Night Waltz   Options The Legend of Clark Kessinger
(County 1964)

Phil Ochs 

That's the Way It's
Gonna Be
(Listen: )
  Options
The Broadside Tapes
(Broadside early 1960s)
Bob Dylan & Johnny Cash  I Still Miss Someone   Options The Dylan/Cash Sessions
(Spank 1969)
Pat Kilroy  The River   Options Light of Day
(Fallout 1966)
J.J. Light  Until It Snows   Options




Heya!

(Liberty 1969)
John Stewart  Freeway Pleasure   Options The Lonesome Picker Rides Again
(Warner Bros. 1971)
Hellwood  A Man Loves His Wife   Options Chainsaw of Life
(Munich 2006)

Talkover Music:
Hearn Gadbois 
Ancestor's Diptych   Options Joinery
(Hearn Gadbois 2002)







Gnonnas
Pedro
 


Dark as a Dungeon
(Listen: )
  Options
Gnonnas Pedro & His Dadjes Band
(World Wide Music 1980)
Mariam Bogayogo  Anytie Tjilalou   Options Mariam Bogayogo
(Super Sound Ltd. )
Pierre Akendengue  Sesi   Options Nandipo / Afrika Obota
(Saravah 1974)
Flash Domincii & the Supersonics  Iwin Nla Pade Wa   Options

The Great & Expensive
Sound of the Supersonics

(FMLP 1967)
BLO  Preacher Man   Options Chapter 1
(EMI 1972)
Orchestra Baobab  Kelen Ati Leen   Options A Night at Club Baobab
(Oriki 1970s)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 2/8/08 9:06am missy buxley:

hiya doug,,,whuts cookin?? weekdend is here again,,,TIME TO PARRRRRRRRRTTTYYYY!!!!! AND I'M FIRST COMMENT WHOOOOOOHOOOOOO
  Fri. 2/8/08 9:33am Frank Footer:

Where Will I Find is great. But the opening lyric is lifted from one of the finest country songs ever: Sea of Heartbreak. Felt possessed to mention that.
  Fri. 2/8/08 9:39am Tom:

Wow, the you & me on a jamboree blog is really fantastic!
  Fri. 2/8/08 9:48am Doug:

Well done Frank! FMU listeners are simply THE BEST. Here are the particulars:

http://www.theguitarguy.com/seaofhea.htm
  Fri. 2/8/08 9:52am Matt:

It's impossible to not be happy while listening to Cachao.
  Fri. 2/8/08 9:56am nh_dave:

I feel like I say it every Friday when listening, but Doug you really do make it impossible to not be a morning person while listening :) Big smile and dancing in my cubie
  Fri. 2/8/08 9:57am Cecile:

good morning, starshine!
  Fri. 2/8/08 9:57am Cecile:

Whoooo, "the sapphires"!
  Fri. 2/8/08 10:49am north guinea hills:

the copper family singing an ode to the ambrosia which i can relate!
  Fri. 2/8/08 10:49am Parq:

That Cooper track has me thinking -- a little breakfast ale, mmmm.
  Fri. 2/8/08 10:51am Cecile:

The Gates of Hell saloon! I need to go there.
  Fri. 2/8/08 10:51am dei xhrist:

I'm going to start a folk band just so I can cover "Good Ale." Just think of it with a prepared guitar, analog synth, and record player...
  Fri. 2/8/08 10:52am dei x:

the earth (belatedly) says hello
  Fri. 2/8/08 10:55am Doug:

Glug glug, my friends, glug glug!
  Fri. 2/8/08 10:56am Paul Sherratt UK:

Latecomer today .. arriving at the same time as Terry Earl Taylor. I've never met him but apparently he called in at our business yesterday ... just like to echo the comments earlier about the fab " Sea of Heartbreak " That Don Gibson is never far away from the player.
  Fri. 2/8/08 11:03am Cecile:

Good Ale is great, but I also have to put in a vote for Wonderbeer by Naked Raygun...

Also, Beer Beer by the Finnish humppa-metal combo Korpiklaani
  Fri. 2/8/08 11:07am north guinea hills:

wow!, i haven't heard this phil ochs, nice!, didn't know it existed!
  Fri. 2/8/08 11:07am Brian Sanders:

It's 40 years ago this year that I first heard Phil & he still raises the hairs on the back of my neck & at the same time makes me mad as hell for the way he left us.
  Fri. 2/8/08 11:10am jamesie:

my boy is in NY for the first time this week, playing Le Royale and Irene's show on Monday... he would love the Phil Ochs and Bob/Johnny tracks.... we saw the Copper Family play a couple of years ago at the King and Queen in London where Bob played once!
  Fri. 2/8/08 11:10am north guinea hills:

yeah, i read his biography last year, and it's so heartbreaking....
  Fri. 2/8/08 11:27am jamesie:

boy="Balck Cat Bones"
Le Royale date of gig="Saturday 9th Feb"
:)
  Fri. 2/8/08 11:31am Paul Sherratt:

I believe that the Hellwood is a Europe only for " conractual reasons " Not sure if that same contract has been applied to good Jim White's newish haircut.
  Fri. 2/8/08 11:37am Hugo:

I used to think African country & western didn't exist. Well, think again. Weird and wonderful!
  Fri. 2/8/08 11:45am north guinea hills:

during the 20's and 30's, mail order country & western songbooks were popular in what is now zimbabwe. i'm not sure how that fad caught on, but it still informs some african musics today...
  Fri. 2/8/08 11:52am Doug:

Jim Reeves was, inexplicably, a HUGE star in West Africa. And don't forget that amazing track from the 1950s called "Chemirocha" by an unidentified Kenyan on that Original Music collection (and one of my past marathon premiums!). The singer is really saying "Jimmie Rodgers" !!
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