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February 22, 2008 Options
Give the daughter some more
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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)

Tommy Sosebee 

My Tears Are Still
Falling for You
(Listen: Real)
  Options
The Voice of the Hills
(Bronco Buster 1949)



(click)
 
Three Miles South of Cash (In Arkansas)   Options Yodeling Blonde Bombshell
(self-released 1946)
Buz Butler  I Framed the Wrong Picture   Options Money Ain't Everything
(B.A.C.M. late 1940s)
Howard Seratt  Make Room in the Lifeboat for Me   Options Sun: The Country Years
(Bear Family 1954)
Wayne Raney  The Child's Side of Life   Options That Real Hot Boogie Boy
(Ace 1952)

Talkover Music:
Arkie Shibley 
Blue Guitar Ramble   Options Hot Rod Race
(Collector 1951)

John Henry Barbee 

Against My Will
(Listen: Real)
  Options
Memphis Blues
(Document 1938)
Robert Wilkins  Get Away Blues   Options Memphis Blues:
Robert Wilkins & Gus Cannon
(Wolf 1930)
Robert Hill  You Gonna Look Like a Monkey
When You Get Old   Options
Sonny Boy Nelson
w/Mississippi Matilda & Robert Hill
(Wolf 1936)
Morris Pejoe  Screaming and Crying   Options

Trouble in the Morning:
Chicago Blues of the Fifties

(unknown Czech label 1956)
Junior Wells  Can't Live Without You Baby   Options Out For Kicks
(Lonirae 1959)

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

Antonio Arcaño y Sus Maravillas 

Llegaron los Millonarios
(Listen: Real)
  Options
Danzón Mambo
(Tumbao 1948)
Cuarteto Caney  En la Jungla   Options Cuarteto Caney 1936-1939
(Harlequin 1939)
Rico's Creole Band  Babalou   Options Cuba in Paris
(Fremeaux & Associes late 1940s)




Johnny
Albino y
Su Trio San Juan 
Aquí Tienes Este Disco   Options La Epoca Dorada de Johnny Albino
(Alma Latina 1946)
Conjunto Matamoros  Imposible   Options Camarón y Mamoncillo
(Tumbao 1944)

Talkover Music:
Jimi Hendrix 
Born Under a Bad Sign   Options Blues
(MCA 1966)

Dolores Duran 

Tá Nascendo Fio
(Listen: Real)
  Options
Esta Norte e Minha Sorte
(Copacabana 1959)
Elis Regina  Pra Dizer Adeus   Options Elis
(Philips 1966)
Leny Eversong  Águas De Saquearema   Options Barclay Sessions
(Universal 1958)
Nara Leao  O Circo   Options Nara '67
(Cherry Red 1967)
Elza Soares  Curumbandê   Options




Liçao de Vida

(Tapecar 1976)

Talkover Music:
Bobby Montez 
Kon-Tiki   Options Jungle Fantastique!
(Cu-Bop 1958)

Maxine Weldon 

Someone Loves You Honey
(Listen: Real)
  Options
Alone on My Own
(Monument 1975)



(click)
 
My Mistakes of Yesterday   Options The Imperial & Minit Years
(Stateside 1967)
Sandra Phillips  Some Mother's Son   Options Swamp Dogg's Southern Soul Girls
(Kent 1970)
Dinah Washington  Am I Really Sorry   Options If You Don't Believe I'm Leaving
(Jukebox 1949)

Talkover Music:
Clifford Coulter 
Big Fat Funky Shirley   Options East Side San Jose
(Impulse! 1970)

The Semi Colon 

Nekwaha Semi Colon
(Listen: Real)
  Options
Nigeria Special: Modern Highlife, Afro-Sounds, Nigerian Blues 1970-76
(Soundway 1973)
Matata  Maendeleo Ya Kenya   Options




Air Fiesta

(President 1972)
Djelimady Tounkara  Djiguiya   Options Allo Bamako
(Oriki 1979)
Witch  Motherless Child   Options Lazy Bones!!
(Teal 1976)

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

Tommy Rettig 

Because We're Kids
(Listen: Real)
  Options
The 5000 Fingers of Dr. T
[Soundtrack]
(Cherry Red 1953)


(click)
 
Hockey Skates   Options Failer
(Zoe 2003)
Laura Veirs  Don't Lose Yourself   Options Saltbreakers
(Nonesuch 2007)
Curtis Mayfield  Move On Up   Options Curtis
(Curtom 1970)
Dyke & The Blazers  Let a Woman Be a Woman, Let a Man Be a Man   Options So Sharp!
(Kent 1969)

Talkover Music:
Jackie Mittoo 
Death in the Arena   Options Champion in the Arena 1976-1977
(Blood and Fire 1977)

Panama Limited 

Moonshine
(Listen: Real)
  Options
Indian Summer
(Harvest 1970)
Tokedashita Garasubako
(aka Melting Glass Box) 
Track 3   Options Melting Glass Box
(URC 1970)
Merry Airbrakes  Vigilante Man   Options Merry Airbrakes
(Normal 1973)
Jacks  Marianne   Options Vacant World
(EMI 1969)
Fraser & Debolt  David's Tune   Options


Fraser & Debolt
(with Ian Guenther)

(Fallout/Columbia 1971)

Talkover Music:
Joe Henderson 
Water   Options The Elements
(Milestone 1973)

Booker Ervin 

Berkshire Blues
(Listen: Real)
  Options
Structurally Sound
(Blue Note 1966)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 2/22/08 9:06am Parq:

Hi Linc. Welcome back. All of your fans are lined up waiting for ya.
  Fri. 2/22/08 9:22am jonathan:

daughter records...i laughed.
  Fri. 2/22/08 9:40am PD:

Oh, I like that - you mean baby meaning woman...
  Fri. 2/22/08 9:41am Parq:

Oh my, a pint-sized Don Rickles! Or whoever is the current equivalent (speaking of old . . .)
  Fri. 2/22/08 9:44am Dickdong(UK):

Wrapping is what goes round your Christmas and Birthday presents.
  Fri. 2/22/08 9:45am William:

Sounds like the Clash picked up the melody from "Llegaron los Millonarios" for "Hitsville UK"...
  Fri. 2/22/08 9:53am Lilly (aged 5 1/2) Brooklyn:

hi licini sr you on raddow
  Fri. 2/22/08 9:59am philthy:

Hendrix has recordings from '65?
  Fri. 2/22/08 10:06am Doug:

Hey Philthy, that was a typo. Twas '66. Sorry.
  Fri. 2/22/08 10:07am Cecile:

Thank you for the Elis. What a talent.
  Fri. 2/22/08 10:25am Richard:

Oh Please Doug play the June Lodge reggae version too - it's so sweeeet!
  Fri. 2/22/08 10:28am Todd 76%:

Doug- a question: re: "Someone Loves...", there's a great reggae version of this that I used to think was Hortense Ellis, but I've never been able to find it. Do you know who it was by any chance?
  Fri. 2/22/08 10:30am Cecile:

Tell me about this Swamp Dogg record. I love the Dogg, and knew not of this.
  Fri. 2/22/08 10:32am Richard:

Todd 76% you probably mean the Jakie Edwards version but there is an awesome 12" disco mix by JC Lodge
  Fri. 2/22/08 10:34am north guinea hills:

just got back from monterrey, mexico and picked up some yummy cumbia rebajada records. i think i'll be playing my finds tonight. it's a beautiful snowy sunday!
  Fri. 2/22/08 10:37am north guinea hills:

holy smith & wesson, it's lincoln! yaye!
  Fri. 2/22/08 10:40am Cecile:

the ;!

awesome.
  Fri. 2/22/08 10:40am C:

there's (or used to be) a restaurant in beijing called "zhong yi semicolon" It was written like that in english above the chinese characters (which made no mention of a semicolon)

great food though
  Fri. 2/22/08 10:40am Mik:

listening live from toulouse France in full afternoon sun !
special dedicace to Mademoiselle votre fille, just get a second baby girl called Alma ... merci à WFMU au batteur ... let the good time roule
  Fri. 2/22/08 10:42am Hugo:

I had a feeling that the ; would end up on the playlist.
  Fri. 2/22/08 10:51am matt:

more about daughters: my 9 week old Aldara has not until today noticeably reacted to someone's voice, but when your daughter read the station ID a while back, Aldara's face lit up with a huge smile! I waited for another back announce and she did it again. Tell her she's got some fans in Brooklyn!

Also: please say more about semi-colon, that was great.
  Fri. 2/22/08 10:53am matt:

I see you posted the rest of the info about ; on the playlist, thanks. Is the rest of that album as good?
  Fri. 2/22/08 10:58am Todd 76%:

Thanks Richard! I'll try to find those - the JC Lodge version might be the one I'm thinking of. Sounds like the right time period.
  Fri. 2/22/08 11:05am Parq:

Doug, if you haven't yet, you should find the Dave Frishberg version of "Just Because" for the kiddo.
  Fri. 2/22/08 11:10am Bill:

Hockey Skates. Great choice Lincoln! I don't have hockey skates either. Wonderful song.
  Fri. 2/22/08 11:14am north guinea hills:

oh my, oh my, it's curtis, awesomeness like this is rarely achieved. thanks lincoln!
  Fri. 2/22/08 11:15am maria:

Hey Doug and Lincoln- super fun show today, and great set Lincoln! Looks like there is a budding DJ coming up!
  Fri. 2/22/08 11:16am Hugo:

And Laura Veirs! A very mature selection. I guess Dad's been playing that a lot!
  Fri. 2/22/08 11:22am Prawntot:

Always such a total joy to hear Curtis Mayfield. Is there anything better?
  Fri. 2/22/08 11:27am Vivian:

I have to agree with your father, Lincoln. I just tuned in myself!

Great show Lincoln and Doug!
  Fri. 2/22/08 11:28am Winslow:

Any Booker T and the MG's? Would love to hear some if you got it. It cuts through the snow
  Fri. 2/22/08 11:31am James:

Hey Doug and Lincoln, How about some Bembeya Jazz?
  Fri. 2/22/08 11:35am Ken Marks:

Wow. Why can't every Friday be a snowday? Doug and Lincoln, the George and Gracie of freeform. <K>
  Fri. 2/22/08 11:47am Cecile:

Wow, the Dead Moon of country rock!
  Fri. 2/22/08 11:53am miqel:

This show rocks. Thanks to Lincoln for playing "move on up" - it's one of my favorites! Kids should DJ all the time & relegate the adults to attending the equipment.
  Thu. 2/28/08 7:08pm wike:

great show!
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