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May 2, 2008 Options
Make some noise for Jimmy Giuffre
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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)

The Larks 

When I Leave These
Prison Walls
(Listen: Real)
  Options
Up With the Larks
(West Side 1951)
The Silhouettes  Heading for the Poorhouse   Options Dangerous Doo Wop, Volume 4
(DDW 1958)
Herman Gillespie  Have a Good Time   Options Dusty & Fogotten
(Flyright 1950s)
The 5 Royales  Don't Let It Be in Vain   Options



(Charly R&B 1958)
Paul Gayten  Broadway's on Fire   Options Paul Gayten & Annie Laurie: Creole Gal
(Route 66 1950)


(click)
 
Baldhead Baby   Options The Upsetters: The New Orleans Connection
(Charly R&B ca. 1958)

Talkover Music:
Freddy King 
Remington Ride   Options Freddy King Gives You a Bonanza of Instruments
(King 1965)

BIl Cox 

When the Women
Get in Power
(Listen: Real)
  Options
Rough and Rowdy Hillbilly of the 1930s
Volume 2
(Collector 1933)
Hoyle Nix & West Texas Cowboys  Big Balls in Cowtown   Options Rockin' HIllbilly, Volume 4
(Cactus 1958)
Ocie Stockard & His Wanderers  Nickle in the Kitty   Options Operators' Specials
(String 1941)
Lonnie Irving  Trucker's Vitus   Options



Starday Hillbillies
Volume 4

(Starday 1960)
Weems Brothers  Don't Turn God Away   Options Country Hicks, Volume 6
(Barklog )
Slim Pickens Wilson  I Gotta Be Gettin' Home   Options The Radiozark Transcriptions, Volume 1
Elton Britt  The Bitter Taste   Options The RCA Years
(Collector's Choice )

Talkover Music:
East Texas Serenaders 
Meadow Brook Waltz   Options East Texas Serenaders
(Document 1929)

Elizeth Cardoso 

Batido na Palma
de Mão
(Listen: Real)
  Options
Feito em Casa
(Copacabana 1974)




Odette Lara
 
Deve Ser Amor   Options Vinicius & Odette Lara
(Elenco 1963)
Joyce  Banana   Options Feminina
(Odeon 1980)
Luiz Gonzaga  Asa Branca   Options O Canto Jovem de Luiz Gonzaga
(RCA/Victor 1971)
Portinho e Sua Orquestra Escaldante  Você Abusou   Options Fogo Nos Metais
(Beverly 1971)
Jorge Ben  Força Bruta   Options Força Bruta
(Dusty Groove/Philips 1970)

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

Eleazer Tillet & Martha Etheridge 

Her Bright Smile
Haunts Me Still
(Listen: Real)
  Options
Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still
(Appleseed 1951)
Karen Dalton  Ribbon Bow   Options





Green Rocky Road

(Megaphone 1962 or '63)
Red Allen & Frank Wakefield  Are You Afriad to Die?   Options The Kitchen Tapes
(Acoustic Disc 1963)
The Blue Sky Boys  The Longest Train I Ever Saw   Options Bill & Earl Bolick
(Starday 1962)
Ralph Stanley (with George Jones)  Wonderful World Outside   Options Saturday Night
(Freeland 1993)

Talkover Music:
George Gershwin (piano roll) 
Whispering Pines   Options The Piano Rolls, Volume 2
(Nonesuch )

Jimmy Giuffre 

Wrought of Iron
(Listen: Real)
  Options
Jimmy Giuffre
(Capitol 1954)



(click)
 
Chirpin' Time   Options Tangents in Jazz
(Capitol 1955)
Jimmy Giuffre  Goodbye   Options Jimmy Giuffre 3
(Hat Hut 1961)
Jimmy Giuffre  Ornothoids   Options Free Fall
(Columbia 1962)
Jimmy Giuffre  Western Suite   Options


Western Suite

(Many thanks to Alex Balk
for making this available)

(Atlantic 1958)

Talkover Music:
Rajery 
Embona   Options Resting Place of the Mists:
New Valiha and Marovany Music From Madagascar
(Shanachie 1996)

Rudy Mockabee 

Cheer Up
(Daddy's Coming Home)
(Listen: Real)
  Options
A Touch of Soul, Volume 2
(Atlantic 1969)
Albert King / Pops Staples / Steve Cropper  Tupelo   Options Jammed Together
(Stax 1969)
Tony Joe White  Stud-Spider   Options Blues & Soul Power
(Atlantic 1970)
Arthur Alexander  Go Home Girl   Options Lonely Just Like Me: The Final Chapter
(Hacktone 1993)


(click)
 
The Dream   Options Everything Is Everything
(Atco 1970)
Jimi Hendrix  1983 (A Merman I Should Turn to Be)   Options Jimi By Himself: The Home Recordings

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 5/2/08 9:28am Paul Sherratt:

New Orleans ... it's Jazzfest time there at the moment - I haven't been in years.


How is it nowadays, anyone know ?
  Fri. 5/2/08 9:37am Lil Buddy:

Are the Weems Brothers related to the Arc Weems?
  Fri. 5/2/08 9:39am Mr. Pumpy:

GEETAR!
  Fri. 5/2/08 9:43am Paul Sherratt:

Elton Britt !! A holiday weekend treat..
  Fri. 5/2/08 10:02am Cecile:

LOL! I read that Gonzaga track title wrong, and thought it was a value judgement on a NYC maximalist composer....;D
  Fri. 5/2/08 10:08am Cecile:

DO THE TIGHTEN UP!
  Fri. 5/2/08 10:21am Matt M:

Yeah, it's totally Archie Bell. I think it's fine but it's certainly ironic considering how a few years later Jorge Ben famously sued Rod Stewart for swiping his song Taj Mahal...
  Fri. 5/2/08 10:32am Cecile:

I did not know that!!!
  Fri. 5/2/08 10:32am Lewis:

beautiful music this morning - really love the field recordings
  Fri. 5/2/08 10:32am g:

and the refrain in this one sounds like Leadbelly's Where did you Sleep Last Night (and who knows where he got it . . .)

everybody borrows--truly great art steals . . .
  Fri. 5/2/08 10:52am Parq:

Doug, I was gonna wait for the Latin set to drop this, but it looks like I’m gonna be busy today. Did you know that Record Mart is back? The underground mecca for Latin music has returned to the Times Square subway station. Haven’t had a chance to go in yet, but plan to do so soon.
  Fri. 5/2/08 10:53am Parq:

And 'Cile, are you still here? Did you know tomorrow is Free Comics Day? My kid will be opening the neighborhood shop at 9 AM, and expects that there will already be a line.
  Fri. 5/2/08 10:53am Cecile:

Yes, yes, yes! My husband will be there with bells on - they are givingaway a special HeroClix figure.
  Fri. 5/2/08 10:56am Doug:

Parq,
Yes, I am well aware the the Record Mart is back. What a thrilling circumstance that is! I have literally hundreds of records purchased there in its earlier incarnation. Like you, I haven't been back. Mostly because my music-buying budget is going almost entirely these days to the purchase of blank CDRs. Downloads constitute about 103 percent of my music acquiring just now...
  Fri. 5/2/08 10:58am Parq:

I know the words to that song, Doug. But I hope you're budgeting just a little to buy some audio baubles for Lincoln. Gotta start 'em early.
  Fri. 5/2/08 10:58am Cecile:

Paul, about New Orleans - here's an interview I did with a local record store owner and New Orleans lover about the current situation:

http://blogs.citypages.com/ctg/2008/04/treehouse_recor.php
  Fri. 5/2/08 11:05am Mark:

Rest in piece Mr. Giuffre... Thanks Doug!
  Fri. 5/2/08 11:12am Paul Sherratt:

Thank you, Cecile !
  Fri. 5/2/08 11:21am Cecile:

you're very welcome!
  Fri. 5/2/08 11:24am J:

Thanks for playing all the Giuffre. One of the most overlooked greats.
  Fri. 5/2/08 11:27am guy:

thanks for this Jimmy Giuffre music
  Fri. 5/2/08 11:30am Cecile:

yes, thanks!
  Fri. 5/2/08 11:38am C:

If you ever get a chance to see Tony Joe White play, make sure you take it. Incredible, no-nonsense performer.

Great show, as usual, Doug. Thanks for the interview, Cecile.
  Fri. 5/2/08 11:42am Carmichael:

Yes!! I was just thinking of this song yesterday.

Welcome to my brain, Doug!
  Fri. 5/2/08 11:45am Paul Sherratt:

Just wondering who is playing behind the great Arthur Alexander ?
  Fri. 5/2/08 11:45am Doug:

Carmichael,
Dude, I've been camped out on your corpus callosum for weeks. Took you a while!
  Fri. 5/2/08 11:49am Doug:

Paul:
Here's the lineup with Arthur Alexander:
Bobby Jay - lead guitar; Ben Vaughn - rhythm guitar; Mike Vogelman - bass; Seth Baer - drums.

Live on the Fresh Air radio show, WHYY, Philadelphia, May 7, 1993
  Fri. 5/2/08 11:52am philthy:

The hendrix homerecordings were included with a biographical graphic novel. Remember my roommate had a copy and I taped a copy some years back. Need to find that tape.

Thank for playing
  Fri. 5/2/08 11:55am g:

such a great song--both with and without all of the electronics on the album version
  Fri. 5/2/08 2:37pm Jay:

Wow - the Brazilian set smoked. I never heard one of those songs before, and they're all fantastic.
  Fri. 5/2/08 5:08pm mike tp:

doug liked rudy mockabee tune cheer up good weekend brother
  Sat. 5/3/08 3:34pm Robert Sabin:

Thanks for the Jimmy Giuffre, I'm really glad I caught the show!
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