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December 24, 2010 Options
All about Christmas Eve
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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)

Chuck Higgins 

Wet Back Hop
(Listen: )
  Options
Dootone Rock 'n' Rhythm and Blues
(Ace 1955)
Clarence Garlow  Crawfishin'   Options b/w Route 90
(Flair 1954)
Willis Jackson  Estrellita   Options Willis Jackson 1950-1954
(Chronological Classics 1952)
Morris Lane  Pale Moon (An Indian Love Song)   Options Tenor Saxation
(Official 1952)
Stomp Gordon  Devil's Daughter   Options Stomp Gordon 1952-1956
(Chronological Classics 1953)


(Margie Day)
 
Take Out Your False Teeth Daddy   Options b/w I'm to Busy Crying to Care
(Decca 1954)
Chuck Higgins  Here I'm Is   Options Dootone Rock 'n' Rhythm and Blues
(Ace 1955)

Talkover Music:
Q-Burns Abstract Message 
Feng Shui   Options Feng Shui
(Astralwerks 1998)

Jim Hall w/Jim Hall's Radio Rangers 

Flivver Song
(Listen: )
  Options
b/w Waiting In Ole Caroline
(Blue Ribbon 1951)
Drifting Johnny Smith with
Billy Moses & the Rhythm Rangers 
Service Station Blues   Options b/w Drinking Woman
(4 Star 1950)
Smiley Burnette  Chuggin' on Down 66   Options b/w Mucho Gusto
(London 1954)
Tommy Hill  I Wanta Show My Baby Off   Options b/w Although I'm Secondhand
(Hickory 1956)
The Owens Sisters  You Pulled a Funny on Me   Options The York Records
(HBR )
Gene Estes & Arizona Rhythm Riders
(Vocal: Kitty & Kay) 
The Mystery Polka   Options



b/w On Ev’ry
Main Street
(Blue Ribbon )


Hank King

w/Bud Williams &
His Smiling Buddies
 
Your Atom Bomb Heart   Options b/w I Want to Know
(Why You Don’t Care for Me)
(Blue Ribbon 1955)
The Cimarrons feat. Bobby Rutledge  Southern Fried Chicken (and Hot Biscuits)   Options b/w Homesick Heart
(Zipp 1956)

Talkover Music:
The Steps 
Babendi Bendi   Options Krontjong Warna-Warni
(Time Stereo 1960s)

Riz Ortalani 

The Days of Anger (3)
(Listen: )
  Options
I Giorni Dell'ira (O.S.T.)
(CDM 1967)
Ennio Morricone  Rabbia e Tarantella   Options



Allonsanfàn
(O.S.T.)
(GDM 1973)
Carter Burwell  Rubbernecking   Options Fargo (O.S.T.)
(TVT 1996)
Bernard Herrmann  Prelude: The Man Who Knew too Much   Options Torn Curtain: The Classic Film Music
of Bernard Hermann

(Silva Screen 1956)
Alex North  Vesuvius Camp: Spartacus   Options The Film Music of Alex North
(Nonesuch 1997)
Edgard Varèse  Intégrales   Options Offrandes / Intégrales / Octandre / Ecutorial
(Elektra/Nonesuch 1972)
Ernst Reijseger  A Una Rosa   Options Requiem for a Dying Planet:
Sounds For Two Films by Werner Herzog
(Winter & Winter )

Talkover Music:
Rajery 
Embona   Options Resting Place of the Mists:
New Valiha and Marovany Music From Madagascar
(Shanachie 1996)

José Alfredo Jiménez 

Cuando el Destino
(Listen: )
  Options
Muchacha Bonita
(RCA 1968)

(Irma Serrano)
 
La Puntada   Options Es Amor
(Columbia )
Bandolero  Temura   Options Life Is Love, Love Is All...
(Que Diablos! 1970)
Los Strwck  Go-Go 70   Options La Suegra
(Kubaney 1970)
La Revolución de Emiliano Zapata  At the Foot of the Mountain (Al Pie de la Montaña)   Options La Revolución de Emiliano Zapata
(Polydor 1971)

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

Charles Mingus 

Nostalgia in Times Square
(Listen: )
  Options
Jazz Portrais
(United Artists 1959)
Earl Anderza  Lonesome Road   Options



Outa Sight

(Pacific Jazz 1962)
Jackie McLean  Climax   Options Jacknife
(Blue Note 1965)
Charlie Rouse  You Don't Know What Love Is   Options Yeah!
(Epic 1960)

Talkover Music:
Roy Brooks 
The Free Slave   Options The Free Slave
(Muse 1970)

Born Again Gospel Band 

Won a Wotwen
(Listen: )
  Options
Won a Wotwen Awurade
(Baem 1980s)
Danialou Sagbohan  Suru   Options Danialou Sagbohan
(Danialou 1980s)
J.A. Adofo & City Boys  Baabi Dehyee   Options Nya Asem Hwe
(Diram 1980)


(Jovens do Prenda
 
Farra na Madrugada   Options Angola Soundtrack:
The Unique Sound of Luanda 1968-1976
(Analog Africa )
Moussa Doumbia  Unite   Options Ivory Coast Soul
(Hot Casa )

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 12/24/10 9:04am Brian in UK:

Merry Christmas Doug & everyone listening past and present.
  Fri. 12/24/10 9:05am Drummer Some:

The ghost of listeners past all say Happy Xmas to you, Brian (and so do I)!
  Fri. 12/24/10 9:10am annie:

happy happy day..!
  Fri. 12/24/10 9:12am Drummer Some:

Jump in the sleigh, Annie, let's goooo!
  Fri. 12/24/10 9:15am annie:

been looking forward to this show all week.. making a huge batch of eggnog.. and rum balls.. hhmm planning to stay lightly lit all weekend..
  Fri. 12/24/10 9:16am jill:

Good morning all -
This is my favorite day to drive to work. If i had a sleigh, it'd be that much more exciting. I'll take a Steelers win and some nog myself for some holiday cheer.
  Fri. 12/24/10 9:19am El Thatchmo:

Bug Humjob!
  Fri. 12/24/10 9:19am Drummer Some:

Hey hey! Jill!
The Stillers already won, last night, so it's smooth sailing this weekend. (I bleed black and gold, y'know. They convert you fast here in Western PA.) Blessings to you.
  Fri. 12/24/10 9:20am Drummer Some:

Hey Thatchmy,
It's better than a bug handjob.
  Fri. 12/24/10 9:20am Curmudgeon:

I'll be nice, today.
  Fri. 12/24/10 9:20am Drummer Some:

Take out your false teeth, Curmudge, and let the show rub your gums.
  Fri. 12/24/10 9:22am Curmudgeon:

As you wish, Mr. DeeJay.
  Fri. 12/24/10 9:33am willyx:

turn up the heat - from New kensington...[not really but i am the first generation not in western pa - since 1796] tru.
  Fri. 12/24/10 9:35am Drummer Some:

You can the boy outta the Alleghenys, but you can't take the Alleghenys outta the boy.
  Fri. 12/24/10 9:43am still b/p:

Bodies lyin' everywhere! Now, that's Chrizmus!
  Fri. 12/24/10 9:46am Drummer Some:

Nothing says "love" like megatonnage.
  Fri. 12/24/10 9:48am still b/p:

I'm sure we've all had relationships with hazardous fallout.
  Fri. 12/24/10 9:51am Randy Donowitz and Zander:

happy holidays to you Jessie and Linc!
  Fri. 12/24/10 9:53am willyx:

Up in Lardintown - where my forebears planted and tilled the land until ..quite recently. Have a nice holiday Mr. Dougie
  Fri. 12/24/10 9:54am Drummer Some:

Hey Randy! Hiya Zander!
  Fri. 12/24/10 9:59am Drummer Some:

Hillbilly-Researcher: http://hillbilly-researcher.blogspot.com/
  Fri. 12/24/10 9:59am annie:

i knew there was a reason why i wasn't going to listen to the "nine lessons and carols" this am
  Fri. 12/24/10 10:08am Drummer Some:

For those hankerin' for Xmas music, check out my show from this past Tuesday:

http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/38524
  Fri. 12/24/10 10:32am trs:

The earlier and earlier (i.e. November, October) start to all things Christmas burns me out sooner, too.
  Fri. 12/24/10 10:35am Drummer Some:

trs,
Consider the next hour and a half an Xmas-free zone.
  Fri. 12/24/10 10:35am lisa from brooklyn:

So glad for this music and so unxmassy. Happy holidays from Brooklyn - and your old team! Hi to J & L too!
  Fri. 12/24/10 10:37am Drummer Some:

How-dee Lisa!
Hugs to you and the entire Borough of Brooklyn (and any burro named Brooklyn you may come across).
  Fri. 12/24/10 10:45am trs:

Cdn thanksgiving grateful over here. Thanks Doug.
  Fri. 12/24/10 10:48am still b/p:

Just off the phone with Symantec customer support. Need music to soothe the savage blood pressure!!!!
  Fri. 12/24/10 10:58am Drummer Some:

Pour that man (still b/p) a drink.
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:01am still b/p:

Someone did bring home-made nog in today....mebbe it'll be like The Mystery Polka after all, with the bodies lyin' everywhere.
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:03am Vince V G:

Just the palette cleanser we need at this time of year D S. I have an ear for these things.
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:04am Drummer Some:

I misspoke earlier. Bandolero are from Puerto Rico, not Mexico. (Though they ARE pretending to be Mexicans on the record cover.) Will you ever forgive me?
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:12am Bing:

"Mexicali Pose...stop trying..."
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:12am Alex in Illinois:

Not at work today. This year 12/24 is given as a holiday. Just got back in from walking the dog in time for the last hour of the show.
Io Saturnalia everyone!
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:14am Drummer Some:

"Saturnalia became one of the most popular Roman festivals. It was marked by drunken orgies, tomfoolery and reversal of social roles, in which slaves and masters ostensibly switched places, much like the Lord of Misrule in later Christian celebrations."
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:15am lewis:

ah the miracle of modern technology... Doug can (hopefully) do his show on the road next week and I can listen to it on the road this week (it is definitely a white christmas in the twin cities)
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:18am Brian in UK:

@Paul S if you are listening. Picked up the Beagle pup last Sat but it took 4 1/2 hours to get home 'cause of the snow & numb nuts drivers.
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:19am Drummer Some:

Fingers crossed, Lewis.
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:20am Drummer Some:

Brian, it warms my cockles to know that you folks in the UK use the phrase "numb nuts" too.
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:22am Brian in UK:

Well thankee kindly Old Mose (Doug) knows.
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:28am jill:

"warms my cockles" - is that a shared phrase, too?
cockles, that's funny
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:33am Mose:

Don't want no money, Ethan. No money, Marty.
Just a roof over old Mose's head. And a rocking chair by the fire. My own rocking chair by the fire, Marty.
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:36am Drummer Some:

Brian,
Can you answer Jill. My cockles are chillin'.
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:36am annie:

"Under one popular theory, the phrase "cockles of your heart" is derived from the Latin description for the heart's chambers, cochleae cordis. It is believed that the word 'cockles' is a corrupted version of cochleae, most likely entering the popular vernacular as a form of slang. The prevailing medical opinion of that day and time was that the ventricles of the human heart resembled the concentric shells of small mollusks or snails, also known as cochleae or cockles. This theory concerning the origin of "cockles of your heart" does address the connection between the physical and emotional role of the heart, but the shell analogy appears to be more accurate with the structure of the human ear. The Latin cochlea is still used to describe the ear, not the cardium, or heart."
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:37am annie:

:)
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:38am Drummer Some:

Annie to the rescue!
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:39am annie:

habit.. i love words...
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:49am Drummer Some:

Have I told you all lately how much I love you? This much: [..........................................................] Thank you so much for all the enthusiastic support and participation with this crazy wonderful radio/stream project. I could not do it without you. All good things for the holidays and beyond...
Doug
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:54am Brian in UK:

@annie totally agree! As a piece of graffiti I once read went 'I'm not antisemantic some of my best friends are words'
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:56am Brian in UK:

After today, I guess there will be no end of year reviews next week eh DS?
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:57am still b/p:

This set is what I'd like to have during the road-tripping later today -- little swerve to the beat over here, over here, over here, now...
Great show, Doug.
Good holiday and Happy New Year to all.
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:57am Brian in UK:

@Mose Glad you remembered the script after all these years.
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:57am monica:

thanks for another awesome show, doug! butter and i loved it.
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:58am Drummer Some:

If I can do a show next week, not sure I'll be able to pull together a Best Of program. Every week is my Best Of!
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:59am Brian in UK:

That was what I kinda meant.
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:59am Drummer Some:

Yay Monica. Hugs to you at Ms. Mantequilla!
  Fri. 12/24/10 11:59am annie:

no "best of.." please.. thanks o-d-ing on them
  Fri. 12/24/10 12:00pm Jack:

As always, a great show. Thank you Doug...
  Fri. 12/24/10 12:01pm Brian in UK:

Copacetic. Annie
  Fri. 12/24/10 12:03pm marcury:

well made it for the end
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