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June 27, 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 Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues
(Mo Wax 1990)

Mushroom 

Potters Wheel
(Listen: )
  Options
Early One Morning
(Radioactive 1973)


(click)
 
Limerick Rake   Options "The Black Album"
(Polydor 1976)
Caedmon  Ten Maidens Fair   Options Caedmon
(Kissing Spell 1978)
Horison  Sea of Tranquility   Options The History of U.K. Underground Folk Rock
Volume One 1968-1978
(Erewhon 1969)
Pete Molinari  The World Has Gone Away and
Left Me   Options
Walking Off the Map
(Damaged Goods 2006)

Talkover Music:
Oliver Sain 
Night Time   Options St. Louis Breakdown:
The Best of Oliver Sain
(AVI early 1970s)

Sister O.M. Terrell 

Life Is a Problem
(Listen: )
  Options
Life is a Problem
(Mississippi ca. 1953)
Norsalus McKissick  Precious Memories   Options The Great Gospel Men
(Shanachie 1949)
Madame Edna Gallmon Cooke  Seven Steps to Heaven   Options The Greatest Recordings of...
(Nashboro 1963)
The Southern Wonders  Come on Over Here   Options Texas Gospel: Come on Over Here
(Acrobat Music 1952)
Burden Lifters  Bless the People Everywhere   Options



Bless the People
Everywhere

(Big Chance ca. 1972)
Shirley Caesar  Don't Drive Your Mama Away   Options Don't Drive Your Mama Away
(HOB 1969)

Talkover Music:
Steven Bernstein 
Let My People Go   Options Diaspora Soul
(Tzadik 1999)

Muriel WInston 
I'm Never Happy
Anymore
(Listen: )
  Options
A Fresh Viewpoint
(Strata-East 1974)


(click)
 
Emmett Till   Options Hypnotic Brass Ensemble
(Hypnotic Brass Ensemble 2005)
Roscoe Mitchell  Tutankamen   Options The Roscoe Mitchell Solo Saxophone Concerts
(Sackville 1973)
Odean Pope Trio  Improvisation 1   Options Live From Soundscape: Hell's Kitchen
(DIW 1983)
Andy Bey  Tune Up   Options Experience and Judgment
(Atlantic 1973)

Talkover Music:
Joe Henderson (feat. Alice Coltrane) 
Water   Options The Elements
(Milestone 1973)

Dayton Sidewinders 

Go Ahead On
(Listen: )
  Options
Let's Go Down to Funksville
(Funkadelphia 1970)
Communicators & Black Experiences Band  The Road   Options Rare Funk Liberation
(Goldmine Soul Supply 1974)
Pieces of Peace  Pollution   Options



Pieces of Peace

(Scarab 1971)
Wally Coco  Message to Society   Options Carolina Funk
(Jazzmann early 1970s)

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

Duke Bowman 

Politics
(Listen: )
  Options
Rockin' Hillbilly, Volume 5
(Cactus )
Billy Strickland  Crash Landing   Options Ben Adelman's 4-Star Sessions
(HBR )
Eddie Hill  Bless Your Little Thumpin' Gizzard   Options The Hot Guitar: Gonna Shake This Shack Tonight
(Bear Family 1949)




Gray
Montgomery
 
RIght Now   Options Still Going Strong
(Collector 1962)
Billy Stephens  Dozen Diamond Man   Options Rock-On Roll-On
(Collector 1967)
J.P. Richardson (The Big Bopper)  Crazy Blues   Options Mercury Rockabillies
(Mercury 1957)
Charlie Stewart  Hey! Castro   Options Indiana Hillbilly
(HBR 1961)

Talkover Music:
Arkie Shibley 
Hot Woodpecker Rag   Options Hot Rod Race
(Collector early 1950s)

Peter Fonda 

Catch the Wind
(Listen: )
  Options
California Love-In, Volume 2
(U-Spaces 1967)
Daughters of Albion  Good to Have You   Options Daughters of Albion
(Fontana 1968)
Chamaeleon Church  Blueberry Pie   Options



Chamaeleon Church

(MGM/Akarma 1968)
Bo Grumpus  Sparrow Tune   Options Before the War
(Atco 1968)
Simon Dupree & the Big Sound  There's a Little Picture Playhouse   Options Without Reservation
(EMI 1969)
David Peel & the Lower East Side  Mother, Where Is My Father   Options Have a Marijuana
(Elektra 1968)

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

Guitar Crusher (Sidney Shelby) 

I Can't Help It
(Listen: )
  Options
Boogie on Broadway
(Moonshine 1963)
Doris Browne  Hungry GIrl   Options Talk to Me Daddy
(Flyright )


(click)
 
Western Rock 'n' Roll   Options Tiny Topsy and Friends
(Rock 'n' Rhythm 1958)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 6/27/08 9:11am Barney:

The limerick rake is a fine fine tune, even though I only knew the Pogues' version and can only garble along with the Irish chorus.
  Fri. 6/27/08 9:13am spaniel:

good morning doug and everyone. off to a great start. perfect music to wake up to. did anyone listen to clay pigeon yesterday? check it out. he read this amazing poem that lasted for his entire broadcast. really transcendent beautiful writing.
  Fri. 6/27/08 9:17am C:

I caught it, Spaniel. Was that a Clay Pigeon original or from somewhere else? Clay is a rare talent
  Fri. 6/27/08 9:19am G:

The Mag Fields album from January, there ya go...

I Hate California Girls from that CD is cool too...
  Fri. 6/27/08 9:22am G:

Yes, Clay blogs fiction and things too, but not under his air name...
  Fri. 6/27/08 9:25am spaniel:

C, I'm not sure. I assumed it was original. I had sort of a dejavu moment during part of it that sounded very familiar but I couldn't place it. It has a lot of reference to the midwest and seemed to be in Clay's voice and ended w/the line "always remember".
  Fri. 6/27/08 9:27am G:

It was a little bit "Garrison Keillor's much cooler son," those monologues Keillor's been doing since the 1970s on A Prairie Home Companion
  Fri. 6/27/08 9:34am spaniel:

that's a god description G. I was thinking a heretic Lutheran pastor's sermon. (:
  Fri. 6/27/08 9:35am dc pat:

woke up with a Supreme Court hangover today
  Fri. 6/27/08 9:36am El Thatchmo:

Keeping it real, in Realtime on the real player!
  Fri. 6/27/08 9:39am Moses:

Enjoying the show ! Great set ! Thanks for sharing the love !!!
  Fri. 6/27/08 9:42am spaniel:

yes, great set doug!
  Fri. 6/27/08 9:53am Chris:

Oh my god, the no good son redeems himself! wow. yes, great set.
  Fri. 6/27/08 10:08am Oliver Trager:

Stumbled upon the Hypnotic BB in the Times Sq. subway station rcently. I hear they are the son of for Sun Ra Arkestra member Phil Chorane. They are amazing.
  Fri. 6/27/08 10:08am GUMBY:

Tuning in late today.
Is that the new winning logo? I dig it very colorful and hep.
  Fri. 6/27/08 10:11am Doug:

Yes, the Hypnotic Brass Band are often ensconced at the Union Square station. Seven of the eight members are sons of Phil Cohran. Click on the link on the playlist for a NYT piece about them from '06.
  Fri. 6/27/08 10:18am Carmichael:

Good morning, Doug and everyone.

Although I missed it, thanks for playing a set of British folk rock. A pleasant surprise!
  Fri. 6/27/08 10:30am BeDat:

Givin' the drummer some. Such a simple concept!
  Fri. 6/27/08 10:46am GUMBY:

Oh what earjoy this set is already.
  Fri. 6/27/08 10:47am Carmichael:

Ya, baby ... Nothin' like a brass section and a Cry-Baby.
  Fri. 6/27/08 10:51am GUMBY:

This is sort of like ELP morphed into something tollerable. Although this is way beyond any sweat ELP could work up.
  Fri. 6/27/08 10:54am Carmichael:

Are we listening to the same station?
  Fri. 6/27/08 10:57am GUMBY:

It was really just a couple of bars of organ in there. Or maybe a really nasty flashback. You would think something as abyssmal as ELP would leave you alone at some point.
  Fri. 6/27/08 11:12am spaniel:

love line to never use "your love is better than taters"
  Fri. 6/27/08 11:20am dc pat:

this set fekkin' rules!!!
  Fri. 6/27/08 11:22am dc pat:

didn't even realize that was the Bopper! Holy crap!
  Fri. 6/27/08 11:22am GUMBY:

Commie bashin' hillbilly tunes. Yeah -haw
  Fri. 6/27/08 11:22am Bruce in Boston:

"your love is better than taters" ! Yes! I love taters!
  Fri. 6/27/08 11:24am GUMBY:

The way to a girls heart is through her taters, ain't it?
  Fri. 6/27/08 11:28am GUMBY:

Why? I ask myself repeatedly. Why do movie & TV personalities think they can sing? I thought it was the rock stars who took the most drugs.
  Fri. 6/27/08 11:30am jonathan:

i think peter fonda took more drugs than keith richards.
that guy was always high.
  Fri. 6/27/08 11:35am Doug:

Peter and Jane are fighting over who gets to snort Henry's ashes.

Comment Section sneak DJ alert: Chevy Chase is singing backup with Chamaeleon Church. (He sings better than Peter Fonda.)
  Fri. 6/27/08 11:39am GUMBY:

Those Fonda's are great entertainment. I think those Chamaeleon's was smokin' some blueberry something. Ah but who can argue that "we are all humans sometime."
  Fri. 6/27/08 11:42am Dead Corporate Eyes:

I wish we were all humans sometime
  Fri. 6/27/08 11:46am jonathan:

re: those fondas

see "spirits of the dead". strange fondas!
  Fri. 6/27/08 11:46am GUMBY:

Doug,
That's so funny all I could think of during that song was that Carlin bit about "Don't want no war, Don't want no war, Don't want no war, Don't want no job neither." But yet I loved the hava-tequila anti war chant.
  Fri. 6/27/08 11:49am Ike:

Hooray for Vermont. I'm heading for Burlington in a few hours for some hiking with lots of people I've never met. I fear they may have terrible music taste though. The driver likes the Britney-bot and Audioslave.
  Fri. 6/27/08 11:52am GUMBY:

Beautiful country those Green Mountains.
Are you going on the Appalachian trail?
  Fri. 6/27/08 11:55am Paul Sherratt:

Spinning Tiny Topsy - excellent !
  Fri. 6/27/08 11:55am GUMBY:

Sorry mixed up Burlington with Bennington, no AT in Burlington. Have fun and bring a water filter.
  Fri. 6/27/08 11:59am Ike:

Burlington is much nicer than Bennington in my opinion. Day hike, so no water filter needed. Mt. Abraham, maybe some others. And maybe I'll listen to Goddard's station on my Walkman.
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