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January 8, 2010 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)

Duke Pearson 

Chili Peppers
(Listen: )
  Options
The Right Touch
(Blue Note 1967)
Tubby Hayes & the All Stars  I See With My Third "I"   Options Return Visit!
(Fontana 1962)


(Art Pepper)
 
What Laurie Likes   Options Living Legend
(Contemporary 1975)
Paul Jeffrey Quintet  Made Minor Blue   Options Electrifying Sounds of the...
(Savoy 1968)

Talkover Music:
Melvin Jackson 
Funky Skull (pts. 1 & 2)   Options Funky Skull
(Limelight 1970)

Joseito Mateo y Su Orquesta 

Tienen Melao
(Listen: )
  Options




Baile
(Ansonia early 1960s)
Tommy Olivencia y Su Orquesta  Si Estas Herido   Options Plante Bandera
(Inca 1975)
Gabino Pampini  Ponte en Ritmo   Options Ola Latina: Grandes Exitos Discos Fuentes 2
(Ola late 1990s)
El Muso y Su Gran Sonora  Homenaje al Sonero   Options 3 Caras Del Son
(Tumi 1999)
Sierra Maestra  La Yuca de Casimiro
(Dile a Catalina)   Options
Son: Soul of a Nation
(World Music Network 2005)

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

T. Texas Tyler 

Memories of France
(Listen: )
  Options
The Man With a Million Friends
(Bronco Buster 1948)
Jimmy Work & His Tennessee
Border Boys 
Mister Cloud and Mrs. Cloud   Options Tennessee Border
(Country Classics 1949)
Al Urban  Lookin' for Money   Options "Sarg" Rockers, Volume 1
(Collector 1956)
Mustard & Gravy  That Ain't in Any Catalog   Options From the Vaults of Gotham Records,
Volume 2
(Rockin' Gypsy 1950)



Faron Young
 
I'm a Free Man Now   Options From the Vaults of Gotham Records,
Volume 1
(Rockin' Gypsy 1951)
The York Brothers  I Wish I Had of Known   Options Long TIme Gone
(Ace 1947)
Pete Hunter & the Dude Ramblers  Wrapped in Cellophane   Options Boppin' Hillbilly, Volume 3
(Collector 1949)

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

Smokey Hogg 

You Gonna Look
Like a Monkey
When You Get Old
(Listen: )
  Options
Deep Ellum Rambler
(Ace 1950)
John Brim  It Was a Dream   Options The Chronological John Brim
(Classics 1953)
Pee Wee Crayton  The Telephone Is Ringing   Options A Taste of the Blues, Volume 1
(Vee-Jay 1956)
Big Boy Myles  Mickey Mouse Boarding House   Options Bump Jump Jive, Volume 13
(Lucky 1955)
The Medallions feat. Vernon Green  Push Button Automobile   Options




Speedin'
(Ace 1956)


(The Clovers)
 
Bottomless Pit   Options Rarities, Volume 1
(Pacific 1957)
The Cues  Destination 2100 and 65   Options Why
(Bear Family 1956)

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

Os Abutres 

O Sapato
(Listen: )
  Options
Os Abutres Atacam...
(Riosom 1969)
Fuzi 9  Pra Onde Tu Vai Baião   Options



Fuzi 9

(Todamerica 1970)
Cojnunto a Voz do Morro  Coração de Ouro   Options Roda de Samba
(Musidisc 1965)
Dila  Adeus Bomfim   Options Dila
(CID 1971)
Sonia Lemos  Sete Domingos   Options 7 Domingos
(Continental 1975)
Suba (Vocals: Cibelle)  Sereia   Options São Paulo Confessions
(Six Degrees 2000)
Adão Dãxalebaradã  Vida Curta   Options Escolástica
(Tatore Music Brazil 2003)

Talkover Music:
Organic Grooves 
Gold Weave   Options Black Cherry
(AUM Fidelity 2002)

Linda Van Dyck with Boo & the BooBoos 

Stengun
(Listen: )
  Options
Chocolate Soup for Diabetics,
Volume 4
(Relics )
Stained Glass  If I Needed Someone   Options b/w How Do You Expect Me to Trust You?
(RCA 1966)
The Byrds  Don't Doubt Yourself, Babe   Options Mr. Tambourine Man
(CBS 1965)




The Bachs
 
Tables of Grass Fields   Options Out of the Bachs
(Roto 1968)
Synanthesia  Morpheus   Options Synanthesia
(Sunbeam 1969)
Damin Eih, A.L.K. and Brother Clark  Take Off Your Eyes   Options Never Mind
(Demelot 1973)
Eddie Callahan  Santa Cruz Mountains   Options False Ego
(Ocean 1975)

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

Don Pullen 

Silence = Death
(Listen: )
  Options
Random Thoughts
(Blue Note 1988)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 1/8/10 9:03am Charcutero:

Good Morning from South Jersey! Looking forward to your set.
  Fri. 1/8/10 9:05am Bob:

When you said "Chili Peppers" you gave me a scare--I thought you were referring to the band.
  Fri. 1/8/10 9:08am Drummer Some:

Morning Charcutero and the assembled masses.

@Bob
That wasn't my plan, but the SAME thought popped in my head just as I said it!
  Fri. 1/8/10 9:11am Real Kid Roy:

Ok, FMUers, give the Beantown listener some (energy, prayers, thoughts, what have you)! REALLY need to find work in 2010, hopefully at a company cool enough to lemme listen to Doug, Monica (via archive), etc.
  Fri. 1/8/10 9:13am Hugo:

This comment is based on a true comment.
  Fri. 1/8/10 9:14am Drummer Some:

Fun Fact #479
On this Tubby Hayes recording, James Moody is billed as "Jimmy Gloomy"!
  Fri. 1/8/10 9:16am Chris - Bristol:

Artists, characters and timelines have been changed for dramatic purposes... Certain artists may be composites, or entirely fictitious.
  Fri. 1/8/10 9:17am Hugo:

No comment was harmed in the making of this comment.
  Fri. 1/8/10 9:25am C:

What was fun fact #321 again?
  Fri. 1/8/10 9:27am Drummer Some:

@C
Fun Fact #321: The track coming up next from Paul Jeffrey can be downloaded via the WFMU Blog, here:

http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2010/01/mi.html
  Fri. 1/8/10 9:30am Howie, aka Javiere:

The world is truly a better place w/ Doug's show - he has enlightened us all with music that truly reaches the depths of our souls, and it all started with a show called 'Tenor Madness' in a small town 35 miles southeast of Cleveland back in the early 80's!...THANK YOU DOUG!
  Fri. 1/8/10 9:31am Drummer Some:

As only you would know, Brother Howie!
  Fri. 1/8/10 9:38am C:

fun fact #207 - the gibson meastro was the first mass produced distorion pedal.
  Fri. 1/8/10 9:44am Howie:

yes, the fist play of 'Tenor Madness' did in fact skip, but was anyone really listening?
  Fri. 1/8/10 9:54am dc apt:

C: really? not some Vox contraption??
  Fri. 1/8/10 10:06am texas scott:

t texas tyler...was he from my hometown of tyler,Doug?
  Fri. 1/8/10 10:12am Drummer Some:

@Texas Scott
Naw, he was from Mena, Arkansas
  Fri. 1/8/10 10:14am north guinea hills:

and T. texas tyler lived later in his life in Los Angeles
  Fri. 1/8/10 10:15am C:

@dc pat - yeah, im pretty sure it was the gibson but i could be very wrong. i have one and its my favorite pedal..
  Fri. 1/8/10 10:18am C:

@dc pat - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuzzbox
  Fri. 1/8/10 10:20am Paul Sherratt:

At last ! The Muddleduck Brothers on radio
  Fri. 1/8/10 10:22am still b/p:

Givin' the pointer some: Just want to report I grabbed the Complete Stax/Volt singles some weeks ago. Only put about 50 of the tracks on a pair of CDs so far, but enjoying the collection a lot. Thanks, Doug.
  Fri. 1/8/10 10:23am dc apt:

C: nice. I've never used one. I'm bored with all my pedals...
  Fri. 1/8/10 10:25am C:

dc - i like it because its simple and has that great old world charm.
  Fri. 1/8/10 10:28am PMD:

I could use something soothing. Root canal. Oh wait, your whole show is soothing.
  Fri. 1/8/10 10:28am dc pat:

yeah, simple. I'm using something called a Blue Tube right now that has a tube in it. Too many knobs but it does the trick for me I guess.
  Fri. 1/8/10 10:30am dc apt:

oh yeah, this is my kind of set...
  Fri. 1/8/10 10:34am Carmichael:

Good morning Doug, and happy payday for those who are so blessed. One day of solvency.
  Fri. 1/8/10 10:38am C:

dc - http://zvex.com/ - they make some really cool pedals.
  Fri. 1/8/10 10:41am Carmichael:

re: pedals, I have a shoebox full of old single pedals I used in series until I found the wonder of the Boss ME-50 floor unit.

Although I now use a Line 6 unit, I still have my old Bluesbreaker pedal at thready.

Aaah, toys ....
  Fri. 1/8/10 10:46am dc apt:

I've always been into pedals but secretly envious of guys who don't need 'em. Like d. boone turning up the treble all the way and bass down all the way to get his sound. (Although he prob used a pedal or 2 too)
  Fri. 1/8/10 10:48am C:

i get very frustrated with pedals too but need to hide behind something.
  Fri. 1/8/10 10:50am dc apt:

C: right, same here. guy like d. was good enough he didn't need to hide.
  Fri. 1/8/10 10:51am north guinea hills:

Festival au Desert Mali looks good this year. Too bad I don't have time/money to go to Mali. http://www.festival-au-desert.org/schedule-artistlist.html
  Fri. 1/8/10 10:51am C:

ive met members of the art ansemble over the years - should i mention that to my matchmaker?
  Fri. 1/8/10 10:58am J-Mar:

Hey Mr. Drummer Some,
Any idea what happened to Loronix? I noticed Zeca hasn't updated anything on his site since last fall....
  Fri. 1/8/10 11:00am ?:

the original issue Morley Power-Wah-Fuzz pedal is what does it for me; I think they did a reissue about 10 years ago, but I never heard one . . .
  Fri. 1/8/10 11:01am Drummer Some:

@J-Mar
That is the $1,000,000 question. I keep checking back, but... nothing. If I am remembering correctly, a year or more ago, there was a reference to someone's ill health. I may be wrong, but I'm hoping for the best.
  Fri. 1/8/10 11:06am dc apt:

this Suba tune is wild, man.
  Fri. 1/8/10 11:07am Carmichael:

When I first heard the keyboard on this song, I thought, "Alan Parsons Project: Wouldn't Want to Be Like You." Strange ...
  Fri. 1/8/10 11:12am C:

that suba reminded me of the recent jauna molina album.
  Fri. 1/8/10 11:24am Paul Sherratt:

Fellow listeners, how soon does the archive for this show go up ...



PS. The Muddleduck Brothers decided to change their stage name to The York Brothers for marketing reasons ..
  Fri. 1/8/10 11:27am Drummer Some:

@Paul
The archive usually gets posted within 30-45 minutes!

Am I allowed to say Muddleduck on the radio?
  Fri. 1/8/10 11:31am C:

The Muddleduck is a great distortion pedal too.
  Fri. 1/8/10 11:33am Sim:

Only if you use it in a really good sentence. Like, the gay marriage bill didn't pass in NJ b/c some muddleduck voted against it.
  Fri. 1/8/10 11:34am Hugo:

Still muddling through?
  Fri. 1/8/10 11:35am anti:

Jemima Muddleduck
  Fri. 1/8/10 11:42am Motherboy 30:

i had a muddleduck as a kid. his name was charlie. we ate him on christmas day 1977. i loved charlie.
  Fri. 1/8/10 11:43am Hugo:

Actually, it was "The Science of "Muddling Through", published in 1959, followed 20 years later by "Still Muddling, Not Yet Through".

As you can see, I'm still in my office with easy access to my books. Two very good articles, those two, for those interested in that kind of thing ...
  Fri. 1/8/10 11:45am Paul Sherratt:

Delightful set No ? Mr DJ!

Motherboy,
Tear me up, why don't you ..
  Fri. 1/8/10 11:45am Hugo:

Mining the Muddleduck?
  Fri. 1/8/10 11:50am Hugo:

Spain 1 New Jersey 0
  Fri. 1/8/10 11:50am Paul Sherratt:

Doug,
Following your last comment I'd like to report that the radio equipment, here at least, has NOT gone up in a flame.
  Fri. 1/8/10 11:51am C:

you can still marry a muddleduck in alabama.
  Fri. 1/8/10 11:54am north guinea hills:

It appears that Portugal is about to pass a gay marriage bill very soon now.....
  Fri. 1/8/10 12:02pm Ike:

That first (jazz) set was totally killer! (I was rushing around trying to put some clothes on and shovel TJ's Oat & Wheat Bran Swirls into my mouth, so I couldn't comment.)
  Fri. 1/8/10 12:08pm Paul Sherratt:

Ike,

You need to prioritise ( prioritize )
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