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July 11, 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)

Eddie "Big Blues" Carson 

Walkin' and Cryin'
(Listen: )
  Options
New Jersey Burners
(Krazy Kat )
Gus Jenkins  Worries and Troubles   Options



Cold Love

(Diving Duck early 1950s)
Dossie Terry  24 Years   Options Big Apple Boogie
(Moonshine 1951)
Polka Dot Slim  It's a Thing You Gotta Face   Options Loaded Down With the Blues
(Charley R&B 1964)
Mercy Dee (Walton)  Danger Zone   Options Urban Blues: Blues Uptown
(BGO 1951)

Talkover Music:
Bee Houston 
Blues for Rupez   Options The Hustler
(Arhoolie 1968)

Jenks "Tex" Carman 

End of the World
(Listen: )
  Options
Chippeha!: The Essential Dixie Cowboy
1947-1957

(Revenant 1947)
Jimmy Lee Prow  Shopping List   Options The Jivin' Wacky Tacky Silly Dilly Dopey Saucy Outta Space Cool Bibbily Bop Healing Revealing Swinging Novelty Party Record
(Rockafeller 1956)
Dub Dickerson  I Must've Drove the Mules Too Hard   Options The Hillbilly Researcher #02
(HBR 1955)
Onie Wheeler  Jump Right Out of This Jukebox   Options Sun Country Years, Volume 9
(Bear Family 1957)
Bobby Griggs  Please Devil   Options Razorback Records
(HBR )
Calvin Boles  You Giggle Too Much   Options Yucca Records and Other Things
(Collector 1960)





Johnny Dollar
 
Goofin' Around   Options Mr. Action Packed
(Dragon Street )

Talkover Music:
Gender Wayang Pemarwan 
Gending Pemungkah   Options Music for the Balinese Shadow Play "The Mahabharata"
(CMP 1989)

Yusef Lateef 

Love Dance
(Listen: )
  Options
Yusef's Mood: The Complete 1957 Sessions
(Fresh Sound 1957)
Lou Blackburn  Perception   Options The Complete Imperial Sessions
(Blue Note 1963)
Mal Waldron & Jim Pepper  Indian Water   Options Art of the Duo
(Tutu 1988)
Chris McGregor Septet  Yickytickee / Union Special   Options



Up to Earth

(Fledgling 1969)

Talkover Music:
Milt Jackson 
Olinga   Options Olinga
(CTI 1974)

Gerson Filho 

Penéra o Baixo
(Listen: )
  Options
Oito Baixos
(Todamérica 1957)
Luiz Gonzaga  Derramaro o Gai   Options Aboios e Vaquejadas
(RCA Victor 1956)
João Gilberto  Bim Bom   Options Chega de Saudade
(Odeon 1959)
Nara Leão  Meu Primeiro Amor   Options Nara
(Philips 1975)


(click)
 
Assím é Demais   Options Eu e Meu Pandeiro
(Polydor 1976)
Wilson Simonal  Sistem Nervoso   Options Simona!
(Odeon 1970)

Talkover Music:
Nino Rota 
The Clowns (Part 2)   Options The Clowns (soundtrack)
(Cam 1970)

Limonada 

Barrio de Casas Bajas
(Listen: )
  Options
LimoNada
(Sondor 1970)
Kissing Spell  Sueño o Realidad   Options Los Pajaros
(Arena 1970)
Montes  Arde Roma   Options Cuando Brille el Tiempo
(Philips 1974)
Azteca  Mamita Linda   Options Azteca
(Columbia 1972)
Toro  Ramona   Options


Chicano Power!
Latin Rock in the USA
1968-1976

(Soul Jazz 1975)

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

Roscoe Holcomb 

Swanno Mountain
(Listen: )
  Options
An Untamed Sense of Control
(Smithsonian Folkways 1964)


(click)
 
A Chat With Your Mother   Options Wake the Vaulted Echoes
(Free Reed 1984)
John Strachan  Lang Johnnie More   Options Songs From Aberdeenshire
(Rounder 1951)
Hamish Imlach  The 37 Bus   Options Cod Liver Oil & Orange Juice
(Transatlantic )

Talkover Music:
9 Lazy 9 
Black Jesus   Options Paradise Blown
(Ninja Tune 1994)

Ray Stephen Oche & His Matumbo 

Odeiyolaoo
(Listen: )
  Options
Racubah! A Collection of Modern Afro Rhythms
(Comet )
Gerard Levecque & Claude Romat  Grey Pepper   Options Africadelic in Jungle Drums
(Montparnasse 2000 )
Moussa Doumbia  Black Poem   Options Afrodeclic
(KS Music )
Thiam  Sindiely
(Song for the Black Beauty)   Options





Dini Safarrar

(Rite 1973)
Hal Singer & Jef Gilson  Garvey's Strut   Options Soul of Africa
(Kindred Spirits 1974)
Manu Dibango  Moni   Options Soul Makossa
(Atlantic 1973)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 7/11/08 9:27am Hatch:

That Tex Carman song was fantastic, I'd never heard anything by him before. My girlfriend knew what it was right away... maybe she should be on FMU instead of me!
  Fri. 7/11/08 9:30am GUMBY:

Good morning Doug. I enjoyed last weeks show, which I just got around to listening to yesterday. Love those archives. I particularly loved "God Bless America - For What" I never get the God Bless America thing. A supreme being that adheres to political borders sounds like bullshit to me.
  Fri. 7/11/08 9:31am Doug:

When Tex Carman gets to yodeling: Look out!
  Fri. 7/11/08 9:36am Doug:

Gumby, My first or second show back on the air after 9/11, I titled the playlist "Will God Bless Ecuador Too?" or something like that. I think it's kinda idiotic how we silly little mortals think God cares a lick about national borders or sports teams and such.
  Fri. 7/11/08 9:36am Paul Sherratt:

Hatch,

Missed that Jenks a few minutes ago to take a delivery but as Doug has just pointed out watch out for his yodeling - especially on this classic Bear Family collection " Hillbilly Hula "
Hilo March , The Caissons Go Rolling Along being particularly memorable.

It'll be on an archive somewhere
  Fri. 7/11/08 9:41am David:

Good morning Doug--a pleasure to hear you as always.
  Fri. 7/11/08 9:56am GUMBY:

Doug I guess we agree that we should approach the world that maybe everyone is not our best friend, but we need to be more global and less national.
  Fri. 7/11/08 10:00am ken:

nice open trumpet sounds on those last two. and i like the very 'live' sound of the studios... booker little-ish, unless it's him?
  Fri. 7/11/08 10:02am Doug:

Ken,
On the Yusef track, Wilbur Harden was on flugelhorn; on the Lou Black number track, Freddie Hill was trumpeting.
  Fri. 7/11/08 10:11am Miki:

Oh yeah! BOB!
Merci, Doug!
  Fri. 7/11/08 10:17am Hugo:

Ah, Chris McGregor! I drank a glass of Castle Lager in his honour in Berlin a week or two ago. And a Jamaican Red Stripe and a etc etc etc ...
  Fri. 7/11/08 10:31am Paul Sherratt:

Hugo,
Did you travel to Berlin for that purpose ?
  Fri. 7/11/08 10:57am Hugo:

Paul,

just one of life's pleasant surprises to find a Berliner bierstube with about 100 different brands, including that one. The mood among the locals was variable, on the first visit, Germany won against Russia and on the second, they lost against Spain in the Eurocup finals.

It would be over the top to go to Cape Town for that purpose, possibly ...
  Fri. 7/11/08 11:02am nEGATOR:

Coke Escovedo plays on the Malo record I just bought at the thrift store couple days ago. Do you like Malo or heard of them? Santana's younger brothers band. I thought it was funny the guys name was Coke.
  Fri. 7/11/08 11:14am Doug:

Just snatched some Malo the other day. A fine blog has been posting some good Latin Rock recently. Go here:

http://hippy-djkit.blogspot.com/search?q=Malo
  Fri. 7/11/08 11:21am Colin:

I think if this guy sings the chorus just one more time I'm going to have the taste of bullet in my mouth soon.
  Fri. 7/11/08 11:23am Colin:

BANG.
  Fri. 7/11/08 11:25am north guinea hills:

very nice a capellas, doug... tuning in late b/c i was going through the cumbia rebajada cd comps my gf brought back w/ her from mexico.....
  Fri. 7/11/08 11:29am nEGATOR:

Thanks, DOug! Love the blogs so much! I want to start one of my own.
  Fri. 7/11/08 11:33am Paul Sherratt:

Hamish Imlach

Born in Calcutta but claimed to have beeen conceived in Glasgow .. I believe him.

http://www.theballadeersscotland.com/HI_01.htm
  Fri. 7/11/08 11:40am north guinea hills:

awesome Paul! thanks for the link!
  Fri. 7/11/08 11:45am Harvey:

This is so great
  Fri. 7/11/08 11:50am Hugo:

That trumpet on the Thiam track does sound familiar ... hmmm ...
  Fri. 7/11/08 11:54am Doug:

Hugo,
Why it was Lester Bowie, but you knew that!
  Fri. 7/11/08 11:56am GUMBY:

Love the Africa stuff from the 70's. Another premo show Doug
  Fri. 7/11/08 12:09pm G:

What is this playing right now?
  Fri. 7/11/08 12:10pm sm:

sounds like Sir Bishop
  Fri. 7/11/08 12:10pm g:

anyone?
  Fri. 7/11/08 12:15pm aa:

maybe this is already bryce ?
  Fri. 7/11/08 2:11pm G:

someone left the list open after the show -- i'm sure they'll notice at some point lol
  Fri. 7/11/08 3:24pm aa:

or we can continue the conversation on this loose end, an abandoned thread in virtual space, cosey
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