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May 16, 2008 Options
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
Sarah Webster Fabio 
Jujus: Alchemies of the Blues   Options Jujus: Alchemies of the Blues
(Folkways 1976)
ECD  In Tempo   Options Major Force: The Original Art-Form
(Mo Wax 1990)

Kaulaheanamoku Hiona 

(Listen: )
Hawaiian Chant, Hula and Music
(Folkways 1962)

Slippery Fingers   Options Roy Smeck Plays Hawaiian Guitar, Banjo, Ukulele, and Guitar, 1926-1949
(Yazoo 1937)
Emma Bush with Johnny Noble &
His Hawaiian Music 
Lei E   Options
Hot Women: Women Singers
From the Torrid Regions
of the World

(Kein & Aber 1920s)
Hawaii Shochiku Orchestra
(Vocals: Ted Shimabukuro) 
Asu Kadode   Options Paradise Honolulu: Japanese Music of Hawaii
(Hana Ola )
Kanui & Lula  Tomi Tomi   Options Tickling the Strings
(Harlequin 1933)

Talkover Music:
The Steps 
Babendi Bendi   Options Krontjong Warna-Warni
(Time Stereo 1960s)

Los Compadres 

La Casa de Liberate
(Listen: )
Asi es el Son
(Tumbao )

El Rikitiki   Options Dilo (Ugh!)
(Rca Victor 1958)
Freddy Roland y Su Orquesta  Tequila   Options 7"
(Sono Radio )
Ray Barretto  Canto Abacua   Options Barretto
(Fania 1975)
Willy Salcedo  Aunque Se Vista de Seda   Options Si Te Deja el Tren
(CBS 1982)
Linda Leida  Ay! Que Tiene El   Options

¡Con Sabor
a Montuno!

(S.A.R. 1991)

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

Jacques Brel 

La Ville S'endormait
(Listen: )
Les Marquises
Brigitte Fontaine & Areski avec Art Ensemble of Chicago  Le Noir C'est Mieux Choisi   Options Comme à la Radio
(Saravah 1970)
Nina SImone  Everything Must Change   Options Royal Festival Hall
(unreleased live performance from 1977)

Prigioniero Del Mondo   Options Lucio Battisti
(Dischi 1968)
Sachiko Kanenobu  Falcon and I   Options Misora
(Chapter Music 1972)

Talkover Music:
2000 Elephants
(Cosmic Rocker remix)   Options
D'Afro Disco •  Garri-Mix
(Codek 2002)

Voices of East Harlem 

(Listen: )
Right on Be Free
(Elektra 1970)
James Brown  Bewildered   Options Live in Zaire
(unreleased live performance from 1974)
The T.S.U. Toronados  Got to Get Through to You   Options One Flight Too Many: Rare & Unreleased
Funk From the Vaults of Ovide Records

(Funky Delicacies 1968-69)
Sir Joe Quarterman & Free Soul  No   Options Sir Joe Quarterman & Free Soul
(GSF 1973)
Lou Ragland  Understand Each Other   Options

Lou Ragland Is
the Conveyor

(SMH 1977)
Aretha Franklin  Elusive Butterfly   Options Soul '69
(Atlantic 1969)

Talkover Music:
Freddie Hubbard 
Summertime   Options The Artistry of Freddie Hubbard
(Impulse! 1963)

The Subterraneans 

Psycho-Brainwashing Blues
(Listen: )
Down to Earth
(Polydor 1967)

Smokey and
His Sister
Creators of Rain   Options Smokey and his Sister
(Sundazed 1966)
Shuggie Otis  Jennie Lee   Options Here Comes Shuggie Otis
(Epic 1970)
Eugene McDaniels  Susan Jane   Options Headless Heroes of the Apocalypse
(Atlantic 1971)
Barabara & Ernie  Do You Know   Options Barabara & Ernie
(Cotillion 1971)
Camille Yarbrough  Take Yo' Praise   Options The Iron Pot Cooker
(Vanguard 1975)

Talkover Music:
Memphis Black (Ingfried Hoffman) 
Sister Aretha   Options Soul Club
(Sonorama 1969)


Passi Ya Boloko
(Listen: )
(RetroAfric 1956)
San Salvador  Enzol'eyaya   Options Angola '60s: 1956-1970
(Buda Musique 1959)
Trio Fylla  Guigui   Options Ngoma, the Early Years 1948-1960
(Popular African Music 1957)
Super Eagles  Aliou Gori-Mami   Options Senegambian Sensation
(RetroAfric 1969)
Dan Satch & the Professional
Atomic '8' Dance Band 
Ikoro's 70 Special   Options

Dan Satch &
the Professional
Atomic '8'
Dance Band

(Philips 1969)
Tunji Oyelana & the Benders  To Whom it May Concern   Options Flashback: A Decade of Hits 1970-80, Volume 1
(Naija )
Bongos Ikwue and the Groovies  You've Gotta Help Yourself   Options Nigerian Disco Funk Special:
The Sound of the Underground Lagos Dancefloor 1974-1979
(Soundway 1976)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 5/16/08 9:09am Parq:

Hawaii? Fine, thanks. Morning, D, I totally agree with Nachum.
  Fri. 5/16/08 9:13am GUMBY:

Aloha Y Buenos Diaz!
  Fri. 5/16/08 9:18am Hugo:

Thought I heard something familiar. Yes, that "Hot Women" is a killer comp. Compiled by Robert Crumb, who has an awesome collection of 78s and thinks that not much of significance has happened afterwards. Er ... indeedy ...
  Fri. 5/16/08 9:20am Paul Sherratt:

Kanui & Lula ... Oua Oua !!!
  Fri. 5/16/08 9:32am dc pat:

I have one thing to say this morning: Perez Prado rules.
  Fri. 5/16/08 9:35am Paul Sherratt:

dc pat,

Freddy Roland is giving him a run for his money though ..!
  Fri. 5/16/08 9:36am Hugo:

Tequila rules!

  Fri. 5/16/08 9:36am Doug:

That Freddy Roland dazzler comes courtesy of foreign corespondents Paul in the UK and Hugo in Norway, who teamed up to get me that MP3. Thanks gents!
  Fri. 5/16/08 9:46am Foreign Correspondent:

We'd normally go for a single malt, thank you, while on assignment in the tropics ...
  Fri. 5/16/08 9:58am ZEDFFFPRUHPHARr:

i think i'll just come by and say hi.

  Fri. 5/16/08 10:04am jonathan:

tequila from last eve is hurting my brain.
  Fri. 5/16/08 10:06am Far Flung Paul:

Thanks for the thanks, Doug. In turn I'd like to thank the artist known as Son Of Dave ( a drummer ) who took that delightful 7 inch along when he was the session guest on a recent Charlie Gillett edition of BBC Radio 3's " World On 3 " slot.
  Fri. 5/16/08 10:11am Paul Sherratt:

I was wondering if the current wife of the President of France was going to feature in this sequence ...
  Fri. 5/16/08 10:14am Your dad:

Hi Zed etc,

back from school, are you?
  Fri. 5/16/08 10:33am Toby:

Doug et al....
Great exhibit of Herman Leonard '40s-00s jazz phots: Bird, Diz, Duke, Dex, Frank, Billie, Miles, Pres, etc etc etc... a must!
  Fri. 5/16/08 10:35am Paul Sherratt:

Mr Leonard, The Eye of Jazz .. were there others ?
  Fri. 5/16/08 10:40am dc pat:

I have one thing to say this late morning: JB rules.
  Fri. 5/16/08 10:43am GUMBY:

Let the Funky Friday Fireworkd Fly! Right on Doug!
  Fri. 5/16/08 10:44am Parq:

Aw Doug, you played the whole "Sx Mchn" intro, and then cut it just as he was counting it off.
  Fri. 5/16/08 10:49am Doug:

Parq, you are right. I am a miserable human being. The Funk Police have already smacked me with a summons. Looks like three hours a week of community service for me...
  Fri. 5/16/08 10:50am Listener Dave from NH:

I'm pretty sure you'll get off with a slap on the wrist for playing those two monstrous unreleased live tracks this morning.
  Fri. 5/16/08 10:55am Parq:

It's probably just as well. I would have turned the speakers up way too loud and disturbed my co-workers. I am fighting to resist the urge to do so as it is.
  Fri. 5/16/08 10:57am Hugo:

Funk 'em, Doug.

I almost said, "Funk 'em, Dudu", but that's another story.

Parq, you're sharing an office? I've got my own here, so no co-workers to bother with ...
  Fri. 5/16/08 10:57am dc pat:

Git uppa, git awn up....
  Fri. 5/16/08 10:59am Parq:

Hugo, my office is my own, but I'm right off the library, and I would have turned Sx Mchn *way* up.
  Fri. 5/16/08 11:02am Hugo:

Ah, the library is two floors down and vacated by now (which is NY time plus six hours)
  Fri. 5/16/08 11:02am David:

Great to be listening again Doug! No baseball alas, but see you soon.
  Fri. 5/16/08 11:03am Peter K.:

I'm pretty sure that a few minutes ago you referred to that little-known vocal group "Archie Drell and the Bells." But I love you anyway, especially since you just said nice things about Irene. Great show, as always!
  Fri. 5/16/08 11:04am Cecile:

  Fri. 5/16/08 11:04am Bad Ronald:

Diggin the subteraneans - TX
  Fri. 5/16/08 11:13am Cecile:

wow, Smokey and his sister live in a polytheistic universe.
  Fri. 5/16/08 11:15am matt:

Smokey and his Sister into Shuggie Otis.....nice!
  Fri. 5/16/08 11:16am matt:

Followed up by Eugene McDaniels- it just doesn't get better! Thanks Doug!
  Fri. 5/16/08 11:24am David:

You've got a great collection - I'm really enjoying your show. Thanks.
  Fri. 5/16/08 11:26am ZEDFFFPRUHPHARr:

Fatboy Slim!
  Fri. 5/16/08 11:26am Cecile:

fatboy slim
  Fri. 5/16/08 11:34am Hugo:

Sounds like quite early Franco. Hopefully, some Wendo Kolosoy coming up (now, or at some other time)
  Fri. 5/16/08 11:55am Parq:

Just thinkin' about Hugo, and how it's evening over there. Funny how not many locals post comments to the playlists. I guess that's coz most of them are listening on the radio, not the puter. Great show, Douglas. Good weekend, all.
  Fri. 5/16/08 11:58am Hugo:

Yes, early evening over here - 6PM - and sunny weather outside, I'm happy to report.
  Mon. 5/19/08 11:12am thatchmo:

That 1st set: Ridiculous and Sublime! AOK, Jose. Thanks. Reminds me of my years as a merchant marine.
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