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March 21, 2008 Options
Obama's words on race were the most significant since
Frederick Douglass bent Lincoln's ear
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
Sarah Webster Fabio 
JuJus: Alchemy of the Blues   Options Jujus: Alchemies of the Blues
(Folkways 1976)
ECD  In Tempo   Options Major Force: The Original Art-Form
(Mo' Wax 1990)

Orquesta Típica Cubana 

Mersé
(Listen: )
  Options
Cubans in Europe, Volume 1
(Harlequin )
Arturo Núñez y Su Orquesta  Muchacho Naturalista   Options El Caballero Antillano
(Tumbao )


(click)
 
Mi Africa   Options Havana 1938-1940
(Harlequin 1938)
Machito  Tururato   Options Kenya
(Roulette 1958)
Perez Prado  Exotic Suite of the Americas   Options Exotic Suite of the Americas
(Bear Family 1962)

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

Fats Waller 
You Run Your Mouth
(And I'll Run My Business)
(Listen: )
  Options



Laughter From
the Hip

(Jass 1940)
Pat Flowers  Abdullah   Options Pat Flowers: 1941-1945
(Classics 1944)
Mabel Robinson  I've Got Too Many Blues   Options Jazzin' the Blues, Volume 2
(Document 1942)


(click)
 
Cowboys Don't Cry   Options Teach Me Tonight
(Bear Family 1956)
Johnny Dodds  Pencil Papa   Options New Orleans Stomp
(Past Perfect 1929)
Chu Berry Jazz Ensemble  Gee, Baby Ain't I Good to You   Options Giants of the Tenor Sax: Chu Berry/Lucky Thompson
(Commodore )

Talkover Music:
Dr. Michael White 
Shake It and Break It   Options Crescent City Serenade
(Antilles 1990)

Riley Puckett 

Altoona Freight Wreck
(Listen: )
  Options
There's a Hard Time Coming
(B.A.C.M. 1937)
Bud & Joe Billings  The Prison Fire   Options Singing Pals From Kansas
(Cattle Compact 1930)
The York Brothers  You Get Mad   Options


The York Brothers'
Best

(Collector ca. 1951)
Oklahoma Wranglers  Eat a Little More   Options Hillbilly Rhythm
(B.A.C.M. 1930s)
Charlie Faircloth  Coffee, Cigarettes and Tears   Options Rockin' Hillbilly, Volume 3
(Cactus )
Jimmy Haggett  No More   Options Sun: The Country Years, Volume 5
(Bear Family 1956)

Talkover Music:
Bud Isaacs 
Blue Mirage   Options Bud's Bounce
(Bear Family 1955)

Chandra Mani Lenka 

Orissa Bhajan
(Listen: )
  Options
Voices for Humans, Ancestors and Gods
(Topic )
Zulliqar Ali, Nazer Hussain,
Mazther Hussain 
Way of Shah Abdul Latif   Options Pakistani Soul Music
(Schott Wergo 1996)






Nathamuni Brothers
 
Javali Apaduruku Lonaitine, Raga Khamas   Options Madras 1974
(Fire Museum )
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan & Party  Khawaja Tum Hi Ho   Options Dust to Gold
(Real World 2000)
Lata Mangeshkar  Aa Jane Jaan   Options Intaqam [soundtrack]
(EMI 1969)

Talkover Music:
00-Soul 
Ramon   Options The Solid Sounds of the 8-Piece Brotherhood
(Manteca 1999)

Folkdove 

Reverdie
(Listen: )
  Options




Folkdove

(Folkdove 1975)
The Watersons  The Brave Ploughboy   Options Green Fields
(Topic 1981)
John Martyn  Back to Stay   Options London Conversation
(Island 1967)
Keith Richards  Crying, Waiting, Hoping   Options Acoutic Motherfuckers
(Kobra 1993)


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Song for Fay   Options Lantana
(Signature Sounds 2008)
Kathleen Edwards  Goodnight, California   Options Asking for Flowers
(Zoe 2008)
The Last Town Chorus  Understanding   Options Wire Waltz
(HackTone 2006)

Talkover Music:
Thai Elephant Orchestra 
Heavy Logs   Options Thai Elephant Orchestra
(Mulatta 2000)

Cabruêra 

Muganzé
(Listen: )
  Options
Cabruêra
(Alula 2002)
Arrigo Barnabé e Banda Sabor de Veneno  Office Boy   Options



Clara Crocodile

(Continental 1980)
Antonio Carlos & Jocafi  Nord West   Options Mudei De Ideia
(RCA 1971)
Tom Zé  Acum-Mahá   Options Dance-êh Sá
(¡Rará 2007)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 3/21/08 9:20am jonathan:

good friday, doug.
  Fri. 3/21/08 9:25am Paul Sherratt:

At New Orleans' Jazz & Heritage Fest there used to a T-Shirt with the wise words " If In Doubt Head For The Gospel Tent " well I believe you can adopt that just a little for radio by exclaiming " If In Any Doubt, Bring On The Cubans ! "
  Fri. 3/21/08 9:31am Doug:

Good Good Friday and Happy Purim to all believers and people who look like believers!
  Fri. 3/21/08 9:36am Paul Sherratt:

And Happy Purina to any pets who may be listening in !

( Now where IS that Eddy Arnold LP I had the other day ... )
  Fri. 3/21/08 9:39am Radio fan in NYC:

good show Doug, your music is -as the kids say - "on hit" today. I feel like you really relate to me and my unique musical tastes as a New York City listener. It really sounds like you know me, your audience, your commmunity. Frankly it sounds like you spend at least 30% of your time in the "community" to tap into my demographic- Good job! Good radio!
  Fri. 3/21/08 9:42am William:

Turning on WFMU and there he is ... mr. Fats. Excellent.
  Fri. 3/21/08 9:46am Wes:

Good show, Doug. Trying very hard to keep the sound down and still hear it over the guy working beside me watching DVDs at FULL volume...
  Fri. 3/21/08 9:46am ratbone:

been listening for a few years now and always expect and find new music to enjoy. your musical chops, sir, are impeccable, imho anyway. that said would you give a bit more info on perez p cd referenced in last break. seems like playlist not forthcoming on that subject. thanks, r
  Fri. 3/21/08 9:54am Doug:

Ratbone:
http://tinyurl.com/33tk9f
  Fri. 3/21/08 9:55am Paul Sherratt:

ratbone,

This may help - a link to the Bear Family page for Mr Prado's recording :
http://www.bear-family.de/mailorder/showoneproduct.html?lang=de&p=BCD+15463
  Fri. 3/21/08 9:55am Bad Ronald:

Diggin the mood
  Fri. 3/21/08 10:07am Cecile:

Oh, foo. Missed Machito!
  Fri. 3/21/08 10:18am Paul Sherratt:

" Rockin' Charlie Faircloth " ... excellent.
  Fri. 3/21/08 10:26am ADM:

Re: Obama's speech. Hogwash.
  Fri. 3/21/08 10:26am Parq:

Doug, late loggin on, just wanted to say I dug the cowboy music about a half hour ago. Always had a soft spot for this great little subgenere of American pop music.
  Fri. 3/21/08 10:27am Hugo from Bergen:

Back on the West Coast, as it were, from a brief, but action-packed trip to the East Coast. Got to see the station, Brooklyn Bridge, Bergen Street (of course) in the company of the Drummer and assorted family members. Not to forget the pilgrimage to the DMG and to the holy grail of the Village Vanguard to catch the Marilyn Crispell Trio! A merry time was had by all!
  Fri. 3/21/08 10:32am Doug:

And Hugo left me with enough music to share over the air to last well into Obama's second term. Thanks Hugo!!!
  Fri. 3/21/08 10:35am Paul Sherratt:

And Hugo from Bergen your note reminds me that we probably won't be hearing Ronnie Dawson's " Action Packed " on BBC radio any time in the near future ...
  Fri. 3/21/08 10:43am Brian Sanders:

Wot, no Listener Hour, Hugo?
Dig, Massive Attacks remix of Mustt, Mustt.
It's cold, wet & windy here in the UK
  Fri. 3/21/08 10:43am ADM:

W.R. Hearst! W.R. Hearst! Yellow radio!! Good music though....
  Fri. 3/21/08 10:49am Hugo:

Paul,

but possibly on another station (unless Charlie G can be persuaded?)
  Fri. 3/21/08 10:50am Doug from the D:

God, I love Nusrat so much.
  Fri. 3/21/08 11:02am Ted from Baltimore:

So much music, so little time. I generally think that the Afterlife would be a bore, but maybe not if Doug was spinning the tunes.
  Fri. 3/21/08 11:21am Paul Sherratt:

Ted,

Here's one tune that's suitable for both before and after - The Tamlins version of R. Newman's " Baltimore "

( PS. Can anyone explain why I enjoy UK folk songs so much more when broadcast from the US ??? )
  Fri. 3/21/08 11:34am Zach in Philly:

TLTC -- Yes!-)
Really been enjoying everything but this is the cherry for me.
  Fri. 3/21/08 11:40am Paul:

Laura Vierish, Tucker Martinezish...! Ok. So Please play some Thao Nguyen. From either like the Linen or We Brave Bee stings
  Fri. 3/21/08 11:41am ADM:

But! Do you have Thai Elephant Orchestra 2? I can recommend it.
  Fri. 3/21/08 11:46am Ted from Baltimore:

Thanks for the tip, Paul! I will definitely look it up. Of course, that song isn't terribly popular with our local civic boosters, but alas it's no less true now than it was 30 years ago.
  Fri. 3/21/08 11:47am jonathan:

office boy is blowing my mind.
  Fri. 3/21/08 11:52am Parq:

At least some of the Thai Elephant stuff is available for download on the label's website.
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