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December 26, 2008 Options
Happy 53rd day of Obamaeuphoria!
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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)

Pacho Galán y Sus Solistas 

La Pollera Colorá
(Listen: )
Prende la Vela
(Tropical 1960s)

Landys   Options La Cañaguatera
(Costeño 1968)
Ivan Cuesta y Sus Baltimore Vallenatos  El Chupaflor   Options A Ti, Colombia
(Arhoolie 1992)
Pedro Laza y sus Pelayeros  La Picua   Options Colombia! The Golden Age of Discos Fuentes,
the Powerhouse of Colombian Music

(Soundway early 1970s)
Jose Valdez  Que Juí ta Pasá   Options Colombie: Palenque de San Basilio
(Ocora 1999)
El Pupy  El Cumpleaños   Options

Campeta Criolla:
A New African Music
From Colombia

(Palenque 1998)

Talkover Music:
Marc Ribot 
Como Se Goza en el Barrio   Options Marc Ribot y Los Cubanos Postizos
(Warner Bros. 1998)

Sachiko Kanenobu 

Leave It to Time
(Listen: )
(Chapter Music 1972)

GIncho Wataridori (Silver Heron Bird of Passage)   Options Zenkyokushu
(Teichiku Japan 1971)
Naomi Chiaki  Asa Ga Kuru Mae Ni   Options Japanese Folk, Rock & Enka 1969-1972
(n/a 1969)
The Stones  Koi No Shingaling   Options Japanese Rockin' Psyche & Punk '65-'71:
Psychedelic of Love
(Toshiba )
Shibusashirazu Orchestra  Sorimachi Kiro   Options Shibusai
(Chitei 1996)

Talkover Music:
The Whitefield Brothers 
Thunderbird   Options In the Raw
(Soul Fire 2002)

Johnnie Temple 

Lead Pencil Blues
(Listen: )
T Model Boogie, Volume 2
(Black Rhythm 1935)
Rev. Gary Davis  Crucifixion   Options Demons and Angels: The Ultimate Collection
(Shanachie 1958)
Buddy Moss  That WIll Never Happen   Options The George Mitchell Collection
(Fat Possum 1963)
Snooks Eaglin  The Drifter Blues   Options New Orleans Street Singer
(Storyville 1958)
Andrew McMahon  Lost in the Jungle   Options

Meat & Gravy from
Bea & Baby

(Castle 1972)
Louisana Red  I'm Too Poor to Die   Options GOnna Rock the Blues Again
(Official )

Talkover Music:
Peter Herbolzheimer 
That Ol' Bus Smell   Options Rhythm Combination & Brass
(MPS 1974)

George Jones 

I Saw Me
(Listen: )
She Still Thinks I Care:
The George Jones Collection
(Bear Family 1963)
Cowboy Copas  How Big Is Man   Options The Legend Lives On
(Starday 1961)

Onie Wheeler
Mr. Free   Options The Singles 1960-1969
(HBR 1969)
Hank Thompson  I See Them Everywhere   Options Smoky the Bar
(Dot 1969)
Johnny Tyler  Tell a Woman   Options Johnny Tyler
(HBR )
Tom T. Hall  Pinto the Wonder Horse Has Died   Options 100 CHildren
(Mercury 1970)
Eddie Noack  Psycho   Options b/w Invisible Stripes
(K-Ark 1968)

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

Michael Garrick 

Second Coming
(Listen: )
(Vocalion 1965)
Prince Lasha  The Trane   Options

It Is Revealed

(Zounds 1963)
Sam Rivers  Ecstasy   Options Paragon
(Fluid 1977)
Lester Bowie  Captain Courageous   Options African Children
(Horo 1978)

Talkover Music:
Liquid Liquid 
Cavern   Options Optimo
(99 1983)

Canadoes of Ghana 

Let Your Yes Be Yes
(Listen: )
(Ojikutu 1983)
Trio Madjesi  Longo Nono 2   Options b/w Longo Nono 1
(African )

Ota Pea Pea   Options Ota Pea Pea
(Polygram 1987)
Orchestre Baobab  Limaale N'Diaye   Options Hommage à Laye M'Boup
(Bellot )

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 12/26/08 9:03am morning doug:

  Fri. 12/26/08 9:07am Doug:

Happy Boxing Day to you Annie -- and to all!!
  Fri. 12/26/08 9:07am Facts:

and figures. What fun. How would we get by without trivia?
  Fri. 12/26/08 9:08am annie:

o love boxing day, at least the concept of it.
  Fri. 12/26/08 9:10am annie:

wonder if PTP will be able to handle all those fruitcakes.
  Fri. 12/26/08 9:18am SeanG:

  Fri. 12/26/08 9:21am Brian Sanders:

Doug, Listening in the kitchen on my new Internet radio. Now I can hear you in any room in the house over here in the UK no longer tied to the computer. It is a wonderment. Aye Joe Arroyo.
  Fri. 12/26/08 9:26am SeanG:

  Fri. 12/26/08 9:40am annie:

brian would you give the details on that toy? i would love to look it up and drool if nothing else..
  Fri. 12/26/08 9:41am Doug:

Good question, Annie. I was gonna just ask Brian the same thing. Give us the details Dr. Sanders!
  Fri. 12/26/08 9:53am Brian Sanders:

It not only sounds good, not lost the signal since the progrm started but it looks beautiful. The downside is that it does not appear to be available in the US. Here is the link nonetheless.
  Fri. 12/26/08 9:57am annie:

thanks brian, i will reading about it at least.. i love technology!!
  Fri. 12/26/08 9:59am molerat:

re: internet radio, if you want to go the elcheapo route, there's the long discontinued Linksys WMLS11B (<$50 from ebay). Allegedly works wirelessly but I think you pretty much need to use it wired. Not especially recommended unless you're used to tinkering but can't beat the price.

Nice show. Thanks.
  Fri. 12/26/08 10:23am Petey:

Right after I passed my road test I turned on WFMU and GTDS was just starting. Best moment of my life thusfar. haha
  Fri. 12/26/08 10:23am Brian Sanders:

Doug, have you finished compiling your best of '08 list?
  Fri. 12/26/08 10:24am annie:

petey congratulations!!!
  Fri. 12/26/08 10:29am El Thatchmo...:

What a treat! Day after Christ mas, editing the Ice Storm pix, getting to listen live.
"I eight and I eight and I got Sick on the Floor"
  Fri. 12/26/08 10:37am emma:

hey thanks for playing the George Jones!
-m down sowth
  Fri. 12/26/08 10:42am Doug:

Well no, Brian, I haven't even started. Gotta get to it. Thanks for the prod in the ribs!
  Fri. 12/26/08 11:03am Parq:

'Scuse me for thinking outside the box, but Happy St Stephen's Day, all. Nice to think about Harold Pinter on a date with Eartha Kitt, eh?
  Fri. 12/26/08 11:04am annie:

havin' a pint in the pub..
  Fri. 12/26/08 11:09am annie:

what a sweet sound, the upright bass.. van you hear it?? of course you can..
  Fri. 12/26/08 11:53am annie:

wow is it really almost noon?? bliss has reigned. thanks doug.
  Fri. 12/26/08 10:50pm mike tp 15x:

hi doug am listening on archive. happy days ahead hopefully. your show always twists and turns bobs and weaves im gonna rope a dope him. perhaps 2009 ill check out some unknown artists live. thanks for keeping the hi art alive.happy newyear brother.
  Sat. 12/27/08 5:11am Richard D:

Snooks Eaglin rocks!!! Thanks for playing the track.
  Sat. 12/27/08 1:00pm Paul Sherratt:

Couldn't be at the live event - a matinee panto performance in Manchester beckoned ..

Some sad news - the great Robert Ward died, Christmas Day.
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