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October 10, 2008 Options
Just whistling through the Wall Street graveyard
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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)

Firzel  Allah Oulla   Options Chansons Coloniales & Exotiques,
Volume 2
(EPM 1931)
Michel Favre, Patrice Gabet et Bruno Sabalat  Rigodons du Trièves   Options France "Rigodon Sauvage"
(Ocora 1995)
Marcel Kanche  Ma P'tite Lou   Options Marcel Kanche
(Média 7 1995)
Georges Brassens  La Mauvaise Herbe   Options




No. 3

(Polydor 1954)
Brigitte Fontaine & Areski  Ragilia   Options L'incindie
(BYG 1974)
Abbey Lincoln  Avec le Temps   Options A Turtle's Dream
(Verve 1994)

Talkover Music:
Muslimgauze 
How Rustem, the Thief, Moves Through Fire   Options Sufiq
(Soleilmoon 2000)

Rockin' Dopsie  They All Ask For You   Options Zydeco Dance Party!!
(GNP Crescendo 1988)
Rufus Jagneaux  Opelousas Sostan   Options The Later Jin Singles: The Promised Land
(Ace 1975)
Blackie Forestier  What's Her Name?   Options Lafayette Saturday Night
(Ace 1973)
Warren Storm  Mama Mama Mama
(Look What Your Little Boy's Done)   Options
Louisiana Swamp Pop
(Flyright 1958)


(click)
 
Mojo Hannah   Options This Is Louisiana
(Ace 1972)

Talkover Music:
Flevans 
Hey Mr Bundle   Options Make New Friends
(Tru Thoughts 2004)

Bud Scarborough w/the Southern Drifters  A Fool   Options Rock Me! Mississippi Hillbilly Boogie, Bop & the Honky Tonk Blues
(Jasmine )
Bill Haley  Foolish Questions   Options

Bill Haley & Friends,
Volume 2:
The Legendary
Cowboy Recordings

(Hydra 1950)
Dewey Ritter  Sold Down the River   Options Coral 64000 Series
(HBR 1952)
Billy Jack Wills & His Western Swing Band  Out of Gas   Options There's Good Rockin' Tonight
(TRG 1954)
Eddie Ping & the Esta Rhythm Boys  Bolt Up the Kitchen Door   Options Ohio Hillbilly
(HBR 1956)
Chuck Wayne  Thank You Call Again   Options Boppin Hillbilly, Volume 23
(Collector 1959)

Talkover Music:
Jack Costanzo 
Bajo Numero Uno   Options Latin Fever
(Liberty 1958)

Dioris Valladares con Su Conjunto Tipico  Por Culpa de un Saxofon   Options Merengues, Volume 1
(Ansonia )


(click)
 
La Fruta Bomba   Options Guateque Campesino
(Mediterraneo )
Anibal Velasquez y Su Conjunto  Cerro Verdo   Options Promesas de Cumbiambera
(Fonodisc )
Aniceto Molina y los Tiburones  Que Muera el Gavilan   Options



Colompilation

(Created by DJ Moos )
Star Band de Dakar  Danguele Fasso   Options Star Band de Dakar
(Soumbouya Musique 1980)
Willie Rosario  Superman   Options El Bravo de Siempre
(Inca 1968)
Cal Tjader  Viva Cepeda   Options Cal Tjader's Latin Concert
(Fantasy 1958)

Talkover Music:
Thelonious Monk 
I Love You Sweetheart of All My Dreams   Options Monk Alone: The Complete Columbia Solo Recordings 1962-1968
(Columbia/Legacy 1964)

Don Cherry and Ed Blackwell  Complete Communion   Options Complete Communion
(Blue Note 1965)
Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers  Miguel's Party   Options Les Liaisons Dangereuses
(Fontana 1960)

(click)
 
Jabulani   Options Roswell Rudd
(America 1965)

Talkover Music:
Nicola Conte 
Forma 2000   Options Boss Per Due
(ESL 2000)

The Byrds  I Knew I'd Want You   Options Preflyte
(Sundazed )
Pete Fine  Meditations   Options On a Day of Crystaline Thought
(Normal 1974)
The Spike Drivers  Often I Wonder   Options

Folkrocking Psychedelia
From the Motor City
in the mid'60s

(RD ca. 1967)
High Windows  Your Eyes   Options The Light Show, Volume 1
(U-Spaces 1967)
The Association  Pandora's Golden Heebie Jeebies   Options Hallucinations: Psychedelic Pop Nuggets from the WEA Vaults
Bloomsbury People  Birdsong   Options Bloomsbury People
(MGM 1970)

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

Belly Steve & Les Soeurs Mariana  Tulante ya Meinu   Options Belly Steve & Les Soeurs Mariana
(Mami'n'do )
Keletigui et ses Tambourinis  Dembati   Options Le Retour
(Syliphone 1976)
Super Diamono de Dakar  Yamatee Nee Law   Options Geedy Dayaan
(Soumbouya Musique mid-1970s)


(click)
 
Dis Moi la Verité   Options The Vodoun Effect: Funk & Sato From Benin's Obscure Labels, Volume 1
(Analog Africa mid-1970s)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 10/10/08 9:05am gumby:

Mornin' Doug, et al (whose al) Anyhow, I just have to shout about the ride to work this AM. Mist rising, slant of autumn sun, colors rising on the trees. AWESOME!!!!
  Fri. 10/10/08 9:07am fishmonkeystew:

You're very eloquent today, Doug. Good morning!
  Fri. 10/10/08 9:08am JCityJensen:

http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2008/09/26/arts/0926-LIVE_3.html
  Fri. 10/10/08 9:22am Paul Sherratt:

I melt at the sound of Brassens. But I wonder if our very own late, great, Jake Thackray, a pal of Georges and a very similar style of troubadour would be appreciated outside of the UK...
  Fri. 10/10/08 9:29am annie:

morning all and a shout to gumby and his leaves.. we are brilliant here as well. (not to mention quite smart)
  Fri. 10/10/08 9:34am GP:

Glad at least the weather is nice up that way, we had a weird smell over our own today..don't know what that was, but I am glad it is Friday.
  Fri. 10/10/08 9:35am stingy d:

was it like the cookie smell that afflicted new york a few years ago, or was it the sewery smell that afflicts new york rather constnatly?
  Fri. 10/10/08 9:36am annie:

sorry to hear that gp, got your gas mask handy? yes friday and the weekend to look forward to and lots of canning and preserving.. anyone know any quaint ways to put up tomatillos?
  Fri. 10/10/08 9:39am GP:

More like a nasty sewer/chemical mix...but man Friday just keeps getting better...thanks Doug for the shot of Zydeco and Cajun!
Annie, I wish I did, I'd sure like to learn how to can. I failed miserably at an attempt to grow an urban garden this summer.
  Fri. 10/10/08 9:45am annie:

i'm thinking green-tomato/tomatillo chutney!!. next year your garden will burst with food! now that you know the ins and outs basically.. barrels and buckets.. drainage and sun.. all you should require..and patience with your learning...
  Fri. 10/10/08 9:45am Parq:

Mmmm, Loo-see-anna. May it come back some day - though, I fear, probably not in my lifetime. Heckuva job, indeed.
  Fri. 10/10/08 9:46am GP:

Swamp Pop!
Used to be able to listen to KLRZ online direct from LaRose, LA and heart of Cajun country...morning had Zydeco, etc., and the rest of the day nothing but Swamp Pop...Our corporate IT dept. has them now blocked along with jsut about every other streaming media you can think of..but FMU still gets through!! (stealth is good)
  Fri. 10/10/08 9:48am fishmonkeystew:

Whew! Did you see that 1000 point drop a little while ago?
  Fri. 10/10/08 9:49am annie:

crash!!
  Fri. 10/10/08 9:56am stingy d:

any good zydeco records i should go out and get, hard to find or otherwise?
  Fri. 10/10/08 9:56am GP:

Annie,
I'll let you know how it goes next year. I think you are on the right track...if things get rally bad having some home canned food will not be a bad idea..plus you know where you food comes from, an even better thing!
  Fri. 10/10/08 9:58am annie:

word.
  Fri. 10/10/08 9:58am GP:

stingy:

http://www.cajunzydeco.net/
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:00am stingy d:

thanks gp! too much info for such an early hour... but i will check that out.
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:05am stingy d:

hey doug any thelonious today?
it's his brithday.
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:11am JTK:

If you think Obama is the cure, think harder
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:12am GP:

Crazy, I'm watching the Yahoo DOW chart and it can't even keep up.It was showing -765.00, then down ONLY -125, then down -685, now it is -648, now back to -702...We will be talking about this week ( and year) for a LOOONG time.
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:15am stingy d:

wu-tang is the cure.
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:15am Salat:

It's Monk's day today on WKCR
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:17am k-rex:

great piece on Morning Edition this AM, young piano player talking about Monk, Wish I could remember the cats name.
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:18am stingy d:

too bad i can't listen to kcr online. but it's ok, and yea k-rex, thats what tipped me off. i think he was from houston. froget his name too though.
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:20am Matt:

K-rex, I think it was Jason Moran.
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:20am Doug:

Stingy D:
Monk would be a LOVELY idea. But, alas, not today.

JTK:
Who the hell has ever said anything about a cure? We live in the real world. Which of these chaps do you think would fuck things up less? That's the guy you gotta go for. One thing is for sure: If the world watches the U.S. elect McCain, then you will see real panic. We Americans are, mostly, too stupid to see it, but the rest of the planet understand the symbolism of Obama's opportunity.
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:21am bzul:

Didja see Slim Pickens ridin' the Dow chart line, wavin' his hat and yeehaa-ing down down down to Doomsday...didja??
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:22am stingy d:

i'm writing in the rza.
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:22am k-rex:

Matt - Thanks!
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:26am Matt:

I'll write in the RZA too, but who should his running mate be? GZA? Ghostface?
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:27am north guinea hills:

my vote's for ghostface. he'd be an awesome veep! one love!
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:29am stingy d:

i mean rza for president...
i think we should put cappadonna as vp... really make people think about the validity.
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:32am rey cruz:

Loved those ol' school merengues. I can hear my parent's feet now shuffling on the linoleum as they danced to Dioris, Cesar Concepcion and Luis Kalaaf.
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:36am GP:

rey, what a great image and a great way to grow up, every house should have music in it.
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:37am JCityJensen:

predicting the election site:
http://www.fivethirtyeight.com/
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:38am stingy d:

i work with this guy... he asks people if they want to eat his peanuts.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=34DPKSB5EQ4&feature=related
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:39am GP:

No....Not da nuts again!
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:42am stingy d:

naaaaaaaah!
i'm saying though your man picks his butt. and washes his hands with his ass.
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:44am Intangible Arts:

heavy thanks for this track...... Complete Communion is the bee's freaking knees, i tell you.
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:49am stingy d:

i agree- i have been listening to marzette watts because of the last show... and i think i am gonna go after this stuff next!
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:52am Intangible Arts:

i found a near-mint copy of the orig. 1965 vinyl of Complete Communion in the basement of a classical record-shop in London a few weeks ago, stupidly cheaply-priced, even after the $$ conversion; i just about peed myself with delight. a bit of record geekness, there.
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:59am gumby:

Let the horn love rain down on us!
  Fri. 10/10/08 11:03am rey cruz:

I've always loved jazz but it wasn't until I listened to an Ed Blackwell birthday broadcast on WKCR that I finally "got" free jazz. Seems it's the rhythm that always pulls me in.
  Fri. 10/10/08 11:06am annie:

folks, it's been real.. gonna go shopping now for canning stuff. see you all next week.
  Fri. 10/10/08 11:09am cecile:

damn, missed complete communion.

On the more humorous front, my iTunes "Genius" playlist selector suggests the new Britney Spears would go well after this. You have been notified, Doug.
  Fri. 10/10/08 11:14am Cecile:

I would have liked to go to Fred Wesleyan university.
  Fri. 10/10/08 11:20am cecile:

this pete fine is wonderful
  Fri. 10/10/08 11:29am Paul Sherratt:

This IS bizarre. The family met up for a pub lunch in Ledbury, Herefordshire, England last Sunday. We couldn't stay on for the band who would be ( eventually... ) playing for free in the early evening. So can't give you an update on The Spike Drivers, sorry !
  Fri. 10/10/08 11:30am stingy d:

the association! this is great!
  Fri. 10/10/08 11:33am Paul Sherratt:

Not sure if our Spike Drivers come from Motor City UK, by the way.

( We don't have one now, anyway ! )
  Fri. 10/10/08 11:49am Paul Sherratt:

Invest in Super Diamono !
  Fri. 10/10/08 11:56am Cecile:

I will buy 100 shares!
  Fri. 10/10/08 11:57am stingy d:

i found someone who is sharing 100 buys.
  Fri. 10/10/08 12:07pm adventice:

je suis pour obama mais il ne pourra pas stoper la fin du monde
  Fri. 10/10/08 3:05pm Paul Sherratt:

adventice,

That is very true. Were you listening in to the programme today ?
  Fri. 10/10/08 10:52pm mike tp:

hi doug and listeners .dug ed blackwell always get play on wkcr great show as usual.loved cal tjader and roswell rudd a drummer lou grassi use to play with him. lou gigs all over the city with many different bands.doug thanks for another fine installment of g, t. d. s. mr blackwell was on fire.
  Mon. 6/1/09 10:08pm Harvey C. Scarbrough:

Bud Scarbrough ( of Bud Scarbrough and the Southern Drifters ) was my father. He passed away in 1969.
  Sat. 10/1/11 12:23am tim ping:

i seen you have my fathers record on this list that i have been searching for years to find, " eddie ping & the esta rhythm boys". Do you have a copy for sale? just wondering. thanks.
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