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May 9, 2008 Options
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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)


Problemas en la Mente
(Listen: )
Mas Rock and Roll:
26 Rare '60s Teen-Punk Artyfacts
(Electro Harmonix 1966)
The Donkeys  El Pobre   Options Psicofásicos de Bolivia:
Go-Gó a 4000 Metros
(Condor 1968)
Bandolero  Ternura   Options

Life Is Love,
Love Is All

(¡Que Diablos! 1970)

Rainbows and Apple Trees   Options We Can Fly
(RCA 1971)
The Same People  Don Nadie Soy   Options Sons of Yma: A Collection of Peruvian
Garage and Instrumental Bands from the '60s!

(Yma )
La Revolución de Emiliano Zapata  At the Foot of the Mountain   Options La Revolución de Emiliano Zapata
(Polydor 1970)
Micky y los Tonys  Fuera de Mis Sentido   Options Psychodelicias Vol 4
(What's That Sound )

Talkover Music:
DJ Gregory 
Block Party   Options Hi-Life
(Fuego 2002)


The Devil Sat Down
and Cried
(Listen: )
The Queen or R&B
(Dipper 1950)
Otis Blackwell  Oh! What a Wonderful Time   Options Listen to Dr. Jive
(Krazy Kat 1955)
Guitar Junior  Family Rules   Options The Crawl
(Charly R&B 1957)
T.J. Fowler & His Band  What's the Matter Now   Options Early Detroit R&B
(Official 1948)
Dave Bartholomew  Love No More   Options The Classic New Orleans R&B Band Sound
(Stateside 1957)
Etta Jones  I Sold My Heart to the Junkman   Options The RCA Victor Blues & Rhythm Revue
(RCA 1947)
Scraming Jay Hawkins  My Marion   Options The Night & Day of Screamin' Jay Hawkins
(Planet 1965)

Talkover Music:
Melvin Jackson 
Funky Skull   Options Funky Skull
(Limelight 1970)

Elder Richard Bryant 

A WIld Man in Town
(Listen: )
Memphis Sanctified Jug Bands
(Document 1928)
The Sparkling Four  They Won't Believe In Me   Options

Virginia Roots:
The 1929
Richmond Sessions

(Outhouse 1929)
Elder Utah Smith  Two Wings   Options Sanctified Singers, Part Two
(Blues Classics 1953)
The Harmonizing Four  Life Every Voice and Sing   Options 1943-1951
(Acrobat )

I Got Just What I Wanted
From the Lord   Options
Experience Gospel!
(Calvin )
Rev. Lonnie Farris & Thelma William  In That Clover Field   Options Vocal and Steel Guitar
(Eden 1962)
The Sons of David  There's a Man Taking Names   Options

(Fine 1971)

Talkover Music:
Maceo & All the Kings Men 
Maceo   Options Doing Their Love Thing
(Charly 1970)

Walter Hurdt & His Singing Cowboys 

She's Got the Habit
(Listen: )
Mean Mamas and Do-Right Daddies
(Collector 1939)
Buddy Jones  If I'm Wrong, I'm Sorry   Options The Louisiana Honky Tonky Boy
(Cattle Compact 1941)

The Life of Hank Williams   Options I'm a Rattlesnakin' Daddy
(West Side 1953)
Ernie Chaffin  Born to Lose   Options Sun: The Country Years, Volume 8
(Bear Family 1958)
Jimmy Dean  Tell Her Lies and Feed Her Candy   Options Rockin Hillbilly, Volume 10
(Cactus 1954)
Eddy Beers  You're Both the Cheating Kind   Options The Rebel and Rebel Ace Record
Label Collection
(Rebel Ace 1968)
Kitty Wells  Icicles Hanging From Your Heart   Options The Queen of Country Music
(Bear Family )
Hank Williams  Window Shopping (added echo)   Options Shelby County Country 1948-1974
(Redita 1952)

Talkover Music:
Bud Isaacs 
Westphalia Waltz   Options Bud's Bounce
(Bear Family )

Ralph McTell 

Michael in the Garden
(Listen: )
My Side of Your Window
(Transatlantic 1969)
Fred Neil  Farethewell (Fred's Tune)   Options Fred Neil
(Capitol 1965)

The Bells of Rhymney   Options Songs for Swinging Survivors
(Eve Folk Recordings 1965)
MIchael Hurley  The Vt.-Ore. Floor   Options Long Journey
(Rounder 1976)
Souled American  Waterdown   Options Notes Campfire
(Catamount 1999)
Bill Fay  Garden Song   Options From the Bottom of an Old
Grandfather Clock
(Wooden Hill )

Talkover Music:
Liquid Liquid 
Bell Head   Options Liquid Liquid
(Mo Wax 1981)

Hugh Masekela 

Nye Tamo Ame
(Listen: )
Hugh Masekela Introducing Hedzoleh Soundz
(Blue Thumb 1973)
Perry Ernest & the Afro Vibrations  Funky City   Options n/a
(Voodoo Funk )
Amanaz  Nsunka Lwedo   Options


(Shadoks 1975)
Asiko Rock Group  Lagos City   Options Nigeria Disco Funk Special:
The Sound of the Underground Lagos Dance Floor 1974-1979
(Soundway 1976)
Vincent Ahehehinnou  Ou C'est Lui Ou C'est Moi   Options African Scream Contest:
Raw & Psychedelic Afro Sounds From Benin & Togo '70s
(Analog Africa )

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 5/9/08 9:06am Bad Ronald:

  Fri. 5/9/08 9:09am kim:

i like the ahhhaahahaha and woahooahohoh stuff so much
  Fri. 5/9/08 9:23am Vivian:

Morning Doug:

Shall we expect an Eddy Arnold set at some point during the show?
  Fri. 5/9/08 9:28am Doug:

VIv, That would be a reasonable thing to expect -- but no! No memorials today. Just didn't feel it. No disrespects to Mr. Arnold, of course.
  Fri. 5/9/08 9:34am paul in u.k:

great sunny afternoon music.thanks Doug
  Fri. 5/9/08 9:36am dlroth:

morning doug!

got any luther thomas?
  Fri. 5/9/08 9:40am ?:

No offense takin'. Enjoying this morning's set. I'm thinking today's show will be the background music while I work on the downstairs bathroom.
  Fri. 5/9/08 9:40am mike:

Concerning Luz Y Fuerza, and to quote from the Monk tv show episode when he goes down to Mexico: "Drugs, it's always the drugs..." Nice cover though.
  Fri. 5/9/08 9:40am Doug:

Luther Thomas! I didn't bring any with me, but I will run into the library and see if anything fits what I've got coming up. I'll say it again: Luther Thomas!
  Fri. 5/9/08 9:41am Vivian:

Whoops! 'Fessin up, I'm the Question Mark.
  Fri. 5/9/08 9:44am andreas:

sunny berlin thanks, too!
  Fri. 5/9/08 9:49am Cecile:

Luther Thomas! Funky Donkey!

Right? The B.A.G. Luther Thomas?

Human Arts Ensemble would be cools, too.
  Fri. 5/9/08 9:56am fred:

Doug, thanks for that Screaming Jay Hawkins cut. He's so often put on display as a kind of freak -- he had some part in this -- it's refreshing to see someone remember his other sides.
  Fri. 5/9/08 9:56am Hugo:

Yes, the BAG and the HAE are definitely cool. Didn't the Unheard Music series on Atavistic rerelase the Funky Donkey album recently?
  Fri. 5/9/08 9:59am Cecile:

Yes, about 7 or 8 yrs ago. Great stuff.
  Fri. 5/9/08 10:14am James:

Doug, for someone who always rocks the proverbial house, you are REALLY rockin' the house today... must get my hands on that Savannah Churchill track!!!
  Fri. 5/9/08 10:25am dc pat:

Interesting take on the Hill's persistence. Maybe you're right, but something in her face makes me think it's beyond anything reasonable.
  Fri. 5/9/08 10:45am dlroth:

  Fri. 5/9/08 10:45am GUMBY:

Kitty, Hank pain pouring out the speakers, rain pouring down out my office window. Ah, perfect misery.
  Fri. 5/9/08 10:46am Bad Ronald:

Yes, YEE HAW indeed!
  Fri. 5/9/08 10:50am raissa:

jimmy giuffre to hawkins and hawkshaw- why don't more people dj like this!? thanks doug!
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:00am Doug:

Hey gang,
Here's a link to my latest blog post:
Tons of great gospel MP3s for dowloading. Enjoy!
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:00am Mark:

Morning Doug... Just tuning in now. Thanks for playing Mr. Neil!
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:04am rob:

lovely snock song from my favorite hurley lp
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:06am Hugo:

Gosh, I've got that one by Hurley. There was another one from about the same time featuring Hurley and the Unholy Modal Rounders and more, called "Have Moicy". Fun stuff.
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:06am Doug:

It looks like that Savannah Churchill record is available for download here:
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:07am Bad Ronald:

Hallelujah!!! TX Doug.
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:09am Mark:

Souled American.... Thank you
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:12am jonathan:

man, this song is so dreamy and lazy and great!
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:17am Jim:

oh man, some fine bill fay, just what San Francisco called for.
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:18am Matt:

Just when I thought this set couldn't get better you go and play Bill Fay! Awesome!
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:18am Cecile:

I am glad everyone else is digging this.
I am personally looking forward to some ear-shredding, adrenalin-pumping, spirit-lifting FIRE MUSIC.
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:18am jim:

Doug, don't know if something like Arthur Russell's world of Echo fits into your universe here (I think it should), but there is a lot of renewed interest in AR at the moment - a new documentary film is screening @ the kitchen, and the Kitchen itself is having some mini weekend retrospective of russell, etc.
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:19am Hugo:

Nice set of songer-songwriters there. Maybe we'll have some of my faves from the old days: Roy Harper and Kevin Coyne. Not yer average English gentlemen!
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:20am Cecile:

oooh, liquid liquid!
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:24am Doug:

I am a late but devoted convert to the Church of Russell. How perfect is it that the documentary is premiering at The Kitchen. I guess the Mudd Club wasn't available,
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:27am Hugo:

Ah, so that's where Dave Mandl got his show title!
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:31am Hugo:

Always fine to hear some South-African on the show. I was listening last night to Johnny Mbizo Dyani's "Grandmother's Teaching" where he got to demonstrate his considerable talents as a very expressive vocalist on the title track! Stirring!
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:39am Listener Dave from NH:

The tough part about Arthur Russell (for me) can be figuring out all the aliases that he recorded under. I was listening to Dinky's Resident Advisor podcast from a month or so ago and thinking that the track by Indian Ocean that opened up the mix sounded a heck of a lot like Arthur Russell and, sure enough, it was him.
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:41am john in chicago:

maybe its the coffeeeee, but this could be the best set ever?
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:42am reid:

what was that phone recording? was that real?
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:45am Doug:

I'm guessing that the phone call bit was a parody presented on some "morning zoo" type radio show in South Africa. Despite the hilarity, the subject matter is devastating.

We all have the exalted Listener Hugo to thank for sending that one in (too).
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:49am g:

Doug (or anyone else),

Have you checked out one of the other Benin-specific afro-funk comps ("Kings of Urban Groove" or something like that)? Does it sound like this? If so, I gotta check that too . . .
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:49am James:

Thanks Doug! I got my grubby little hands on that Savannah Churchill download!
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:53am Doug:

Are you talking about the T.P. Orchestre Poly-Rythmo "Kings of Benin"? FANTASTIC!!
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:55am g:

think that's it. I will check. thx
  Fri. 5/9/08 11:55am Ted from Baltimore:

Crap, I wanted that African Scream Contest track to last the rest of the day. Thanks for another great show Doug.
  Fri. 5/9/08 12:01pm Ike:

Damn, I missed the African scream contest. That's what I get for going to the bathroom and spending time sabotaging the building maintenance Nazis' attempts to keep the bathroom doors locked at all times for no reason whatsoever. (There's already too much security for any bums to get in.)
  Fri. 5/9/08 12:05pm Hugo:

Yeah, the T.P. Polyrythmo comp is also out on the Soundway label (with the Nigeria comps).

As for the fake phone call, I got it from a colleague who got it from an acquaintance in Mozambique who got it from ... you know the story ...
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