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February 3, 2012 Options
The show is for the dogs
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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)

Rupie Edwards  Ire Feelings (Leggo Skanga)   Options Ire Feelings
(Cactus 1975)
Lennie Hibbert  Nature Boy   Options Creation
(Studio One 1969)
Stage Lion with Lynn Tait & the Soul Brothers  Romping in My Room   Options
(Saturn 1974)
Jah Scotchie  Man of Creation   Options Studio One Musik City
(Soul Jazz )
Ironcickles  Iwhazzessezi   Options b/w Joseph Cotton: Izesse I
(Ici Disc )
Ken Boothe  Who Gets Your Love   Options Phil Pratt Thing
(Pressure Sounds )
Johnny Osbourne  Love Makes the World Go Round   Options Summer Records Anthology 1974-1988
(Light in the Attic )
Jimmy London  Kissing in the Back Row at a Movie   Options Jimmy in London
(Jama 1976)

Talkover Music:
Oliver Sain 
Night Time   Options St. Louis Breakdown:
The Best of Oliver Sain
(AVI )

Rita Abadzi  Under the Arcadian Plane   Options Singers for Greek Folk Song in 78 RPM
Ola Belle Reed  Ranger's Command   Options Rising Sun Melodies
(Smithsonian/Folkways )
Colette Magny  Conascor   Options Feu et Rythme
(Le Chant du Monde 1970)
Lydia Mendoza  Al Pie De Tu Reja   Options Mal Hombre
(Arhoolie )
Maria Callas  La Mamma Morta from Andrea Chénier (Giordano)   Options The Voice Within the Heart
(Gala 1954)
Mrs. Fannie Lou Hamer  Speech before the 1964 Democratic National Convention   Options
Romica Puceanu  Foaie Verde, Gladior   Options Muzica De Colectie

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

Arthur Jones  B.T.   Options Scorpio
(BYG/Actuel 1969)
Curtis Fuller  Judyful   Options Images of Curtis Fuller
(Savoy 1960)
Air  Great Body of the Riddle or Where Were the Dodge Boys When My Clay Started to Slide   Options Air Song
(Trio 1975)
Joëlle Léandre  Ouverture   Options Urban Bass
(Adda 1991)

Talkover Music:
Bud Powell 
Comin' Up   Options The Scene Changes
(Blue Note 1958)

Richard Chelobani  Naswa   Options Opika Pende: Africa at 78 RPM
(Dust-to-Digital )
Kwamy  Kele Ya Nini Saka   Options Les Merveilles du Passé 1965
(African 1965)
Mack Joss  Bati Mboka   Options Mack Joss et le Negro-Tropical
(Sonafric 1978)
L'Orchestre Kanaga de Mopti  Kulukutu   Options L'Orchestre Kanaga de Mopti
(Mali Kunkan 1977)
Phany Agboton & Les Satelites  Allabiaboukata   Options b/w Ma Yi Ma Va
(Satel 1977)

Talkover Music:
The Whitefield Brothers 
Wieya (Serengeti Beat)   Options In the Raw
(Soul Fire 2002)

D' Howlers  Good Love   Options Manila Sound Bonanza
(n/a )
Norman Feels  Don't   Options Norman Feels
(Just Sunshine 1973)
Brass Construction  Take It Easy   Options b/w Two Timin' Lady
(DOCC 1970)
Clarence Reid  Like Running Water   Options Running Water
(Alston 1973)
The Unemployed  They Won't Let Me   Options b/w Funky Rooster
(Cotillion 1971)
Joe Hicks  Could It Be Love   Options Mighty Joe Hicks
(Enterprise 1973)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 2/3/12 7:46am earwax:

Happy non-groundhog day
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 8:15am Doug Schulkind:

Hello Waxy!
  Fri. 2/3/12 8:40am Brian en Angleterre:

Bonjour Doug et M. earwax. Le batterie est merveilleux.
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 8:41am Doug Schulkind:

Way to work the angles, Brian!
  Fri. 2/3/12 8:44am glenn:

growing up on a farm, we pretty much felt that any day without groundhogs was a good day
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 8:47am Doug Schulkind:

Despite being a Western PA resident, my regional knowledge is pitiful. That said, I'm pretty sure I live perilously close to Punxsutawney.
  Fri. 2/3/12 8:47am Brian en Angleterre:

Listening to Charlies show. I want a Bob and Ray Portable Collapsible Picket Fence.
  Fri. 2/3/12 8:48am dc pat:

in fact you do Drummer, watch your step...
  Fri. 2/3/12 8:49am chris in durban:

signal coming through loud and clear this end of the world Doug ... greetings all
  Fri. 2/3/12 8:49am glenn:

the perils of punxsutawney phil.
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 8:50am Doug Schulkind:

And why can't I get that Sonny and Cher number outta my noggin?
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 8:51am Doug Schulkind:

Top o' the afternoon, Chris!!
  Fri. 2/3/12 8:51am Brian en Angleterre:

This is on in eight hours thought you might be inner rested.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b019qj1r
  Fri. 2/3/12 8:52am chris in durban:

friends in the UK tell me it was sunny yesterday - meaning winter is not yet halfway through ...
If Candlemas day be dry and fair,
The half o' winter to come and mair,
If Candlemas day be wet and foul,
The half of winter's gone at Yule.
  Fri. 2/3/12 8:52am texas scott:

hola,Doug
Como esta?
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 8:52am Doug Schulkind:

I'm about to switch the stream over to my buffer music. That means we're getting close.

TEXAS SCOTT! How the hades are you, pardner?
  Fri. 2/3/12 8:53am chris in durban:

top o the mornin to you Doug
  Fri. 2/3/12 8:54am texas scott:

teeming with life,mi amigo!
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 8:55am Doug Schulkind:

@Chris
Or, as I now like to say: Have a Moeketsi Day!

@TexasScott
So glad you're along for the ride.
  Fri. 2/3/12 8:58am ndbob:

morning Doug and everyone
  Fri. 2/3/12 8:58am listener james from westwood:

a fine friday to all and g'mornin' to our esteemed host!
  Fri. 2/3/12 8:58am Parq:

Got time to hang out a little this AM. DrumSum,the Nippon show was a gas.
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 8:59am Doug Schulkind:

Listener James has banged the gavel, shall we begin?

Domo arigato (???) Parq!
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:01am Hugo:

Snowery and wintery here on top of the world.

Reports of people succumbing to the cold weather in parts of continental Europe.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/02/01/europe-cold-spell_n_1246774.html
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:02am listener james from westwood:

And meanwhile we had 60-degree weather in northern NJ this week. Utterly screwed up.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:02am ndbob:

freezing fog but snowless here
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 9:02am Doug Schulkind:

Brother H, the badddest Bergenite!
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:02am Brian en Angleterre:

Beautiful light here, if Monet were with us he would be outside freezing his nuts off painting.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:03am annie:

wow, look at the sandbox!! full already!
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 9:04am Doug Schulkind:

And Damien Hirst would break off his nuts, encase them in lucite and sell 'em for $12 million (USD).
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:04am glenn:

we resemble that remark, annie.
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 9:04am Doug Schulkind:

Oh Annie!
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:09am dc pat:

I was trying to think and nothing happened!
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:09am Parq:

@DrumSum,8:59 - Hah! I tried to learn a little tourist Japanese a few years ago. "Arigato" was one of the first things I got down, but for some reason, I could *never* retain the word for "please".
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:11am glenn:

that probably wouldn't go over very well in japan.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:13am jill:

Good morning all! Thank you Mr. Drummer for the Santorum video. It is going to be a great Friday because of it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=js3BYcHmBhE&feature=youtu.be
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:13am Hugo:

Here's a piece of advice from the Ukrainian emergencies minister (according to BBC news):

You need to get up in the morning, take active exercise and work," he was quoted by Ukrainskaya Pravda as telling reporters on Wednesday. "It hasn't killed anyone yet and only makes a person fitter."His personal advice to keep warm, he added, was to "run 8-10km [5-6 miles] every morning and bathe in cold water, all year round".

Most of the more than 100 people found dead so far were homeless. No further comments needed, I think.
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 9:14am Doug Schulkind:

My pleasure, Jill. I am still chuckling. Sure hope Santorum can come up from the rear!
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:15am ndbob:

Pretty good jobs report this morning.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:15am glenn:

hey, people of privilege always know what's best.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:17am chris in durban:

moeketsi may it be doug -
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:18am Paul Sherratt:

I love the way the selection actions of a Pittsburgh resident can move the speakers on a desk in North Staffordshire, UK. Morning, afternoon etc, all.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:19am david:

I'm crazy and I'm right. you sure it wasn't ron paul who said that?
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:19am glenn:

oh rick. it's funny because it's true.
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 9:19am Doug Schulkind:

@Paul Sherratt
I love it, too, man. For all these blessed years I love it.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:21am Brian en Angleterre:

Hello Paul, see link at 08:51. Radio 3 at 10:00 ce soir.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:21am monica:

morning, doug and fellow diggers! i and i like.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:23am dc pat:

same here Paul, shows what a great thing radio CAN be.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:23am Paul Sherratt:

Morning monica ! My dog, Jim has just come racing round the door to check out Ironcickles
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 9:24am Doug Schulkind:

Hello Ms. Monica!

It's hard to get a sweeter vocal in reggae than Ken Boothe. The last tune in this set will give Ken a run for his moolah.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:25am annie:

i have tons of ken boothe on the ipod.. praise jah and the FMA
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:25am glenn:

i thought dogs were supposed to be named fido or butter or pooneil. jim?
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:25am Brian en Angleterre:

Doug, is this the wackiest album title ever?
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:26am Brian en Angleterre:

glenn BONZO
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 9:26am Doug Schulkind:

Iwhazzessezi is one of the great rarities from the Coxsone Dodd vaults.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:26am david:

looking forward to that doug. ken's hard to beat. I always liked delroy wilson's voice. and junior murvin's but for different reasons. Toots can pretty consistently give me chills, though.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:27am glenn:

on the other hand, my last dog was named poindexter.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:27am Paul Sherratt:

Brian, thanks for The Verb reminder. Ian McMillan selects his guests from GTDS ! Tom Brosseau has been on - and it's not Laura Veirs' first visit either.
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 9:29am Doug Schulkind:

My fave voice in reggae belongs to Sugar Minott. Amazing mix of rough and smooth. I love his voice with a schoolboy crush. But do check out Jimmy London and his sweet, sweet, sweetest track next.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:32am ndbob:

This is really good - never heard Jimmy London before.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:32am Artie:

Good morning my music loving friends. 51 degrees F bright and sunny here in the Carolinas. Whether winter or spring, I could easily take six more weeks.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:33am Paul Sherratt:

glenn, Yes, ' Jim ' partially inspired by Mr Jim White, partially by our late lad ' Julius ' ( as in Cheeks > Jules & Jim ) and partially bythe delightfully disarming name for a local King Charles Spaniel - ' Dave '
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:35am chris in durban:

ooh you tease doug
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:40am monica:

let's hear it for all the doggies in the house tuning into doug this morning. my dog butter is in my lap flat on her back in a trance-like state.
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 9:40am Doug Schulkind:

Very best morning, Artie!

Motherlode of Rita Abatzi material here:
bit.ly...
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:44am ndbob:

ty Doug - used to have a couple Rita Abatzi 78s
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 9:46am Doug Schulkind:

A little ribald fun for all dog lovers: bit.ly...
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:47am chris in durban:

my dog Kwela says thanks Doug
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 9:49am Doug Schulkind:

Here's to Jim, Poindexter, Julius, Butter and the mighty Kwela!
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:51am Brian en Angleterre:

If Carmichael were here we would have a brace of Spencers twixt us.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:52am dc pat:

whoa, this Lydia Mendoza is fantastic. I thought I was going to hear Leadbelly at first.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:52am jk:

mornin Doug, so nice to hear your musical selections this morning. Friday at last.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:54am annie:

pat, i concur,, just beautiful
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:54am Hugo:

Not quite sure what my cat grooves to. Bit of an inscrutable fellow, that one.

Great to hear Ola Belle Reed. First came across her on a multi-cd Rounder compilation. The Real Music Box, I think it was. And there is very nice Arhoolie box out there, too.
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 9:56am Doug Schulkind:

G'morning, jk!

I looooove Lydia Mendoza. I am proud of myself for not just playing the title track "Mal Hombre" again.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:56am listener james from westwood:

Only other life forms here are houseplants, but believe me, they've been raised on the Fun 91 and are the greener for it.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:56am Brian en Angleterre:

Funny I went to my only Maria Callas CD case the other day and there it was, not inside.
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:56am Hugo:

This one. Recommended, needless to say.

http://www.arhoolie.com/arhoolie-box-set/arhoolie-40th-anniversary-box-set-various-artists.html
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:58am annie:

wow.... this makes me breathless
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 9:58am Doug Schulkind:

My ever-loving wife talks to our plants. The adore her. (Don't we all.)
  Fri. 2/3/12 9:59am glenn:

oh man. wfmu needs a fun 91 t shirt for marathon swag.
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:04am ndbob:

Do you have any of those music for plants records Doug?
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 10:05am Doug Schulkind:

No Sir, ndbob, I just let my wife handle it.
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:06am Brian en Angleterre:

Hugo would love to go into a record shop and ask for anything by The Skillet Lickers or Mance Lipscombe.
What's a record shop, daddy?
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:07am ndbob:

I vaguely remember this speech.
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:07am Javiere:

Hey brother Duglas
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:08am Artie:

All of our records are effectively "Music for Plants" records. Plants have more eclectic tastes than they are generally given credit for. Especially vines. They'll listen to the craziest shit.
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:09am Shaun:

Incredibly moving speech. Thanks, Doug.
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 10:09am Doug Schulkind:

Hey Javiere! Everyone welcome Javiere, he and I did a radio show together in 1980! It is "that" Javiere, yes?)
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:11am seang:

I feel good today--love the show!
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:11am Javiere:

Yes, and tell that to Schizophragma hydrangiodes 'Moonlight' a vine who needs crazy music !
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:11am annie:

i was 11 when that speech was made..... i know for certain i would never have heard it. my dad was a bigot in every sense of the word....
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:15am ndbob:

I was 12- I remember the controversy over the seating of the Mississippi Freedom delegation - and watching the convention - my parents were avid left of center Democrats
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:16am dc pat:

let us now open the beer discussion..
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:16am glenn:

beer is good. discussion open.
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:16am david:

stick with the beer. it's a much more rewarding relationship if ya ask me....
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:18am dc pat:

I think my local store is out of Brooklyn Chocolate Stout. Probably a good thing as that stuff tends to give me a headache..
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:18am Hugo:

You might well ask, Brian, though some do survive, like Rough Trade and Honest Jon's in London and Downtown Music Gallery in NY. In the case of the latter, it took some careful searching in the Chinatown section of downtown NY to find it. Without a good city map, I would have been lost. It's the sort of place you can walk right by without knowing it. Used to be on the Bowery before.
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:20am listener james from westwood:

a recent party guest was kind enough to bring otter creek copper ale, of middlebury, vt. hadn't any experience with it, but she knows vt and beer. went over well. will prob. kill the last couple w homemade bean burritos tonight
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 10:21am Doug Schulkind:

Dogs and plants to the rear. The BEER is HERE. (It always comes around to this. No sense fighting it.)
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:21am dc pat:

we'll be having bean burritos to, with freshly made New Mexico green sauce.
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:21am glenn:

speaking of cats - http://www.cbc.ca/news/offbeat/story/2012/02/02/nb-tiny-update-703.html
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:21am Brian en Angleterre:

The good record shops seem to be in low rent areas, some connection.
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:23am Brian en Angleterre:

Singapore Laksa over this side with some Marston's Pedigree.
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:24am Mr Creosote:

One last waffer thin CD.
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 10:25am Doug Schulkind:

And no, this song was not written for WFMU music director Brian Turner. (But he deserves it.)
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:26am holland oats:

now-again's egon recommends this lower east side vinyl slog http://www.npr.org/2012/01/26/145918912/its-a-buyers-market-crate-digging-on-100-a-day
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:28am Hugo:

The two London ones are on/off Portobello Road which may have been low rent once, but not now, I'd think. Rough Trade has an eastern branch on the outskirts of the City, close to the Spitalfields market, which seems to be an up and coming area. Popular with the younger student/artist crowd I noticed.
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 10:30am Doug Schulkind:

Did me some LOVELY record shopping all 'round Portobello Road. This would have been in 1993.
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:32am Hugo:

"But the next time you stumble upon a copy of Edgar Broughton Band's amazing yet cultish Wasa Wasa with a slightly stained cover, you'll probably find it offered for a price not seen since 1995."

Mine's not stained, though ...
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:37am Van in DC:

Quick drive-by to say hi to you Doug and listeners. Will have to catch up on archive.
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 10:39am Doug Schulkind:

Go, Van , Go!
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:41am annie:

is it time for beer yet?
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:41am Brian en Angleterre:

Out, Hugo, Out
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 10:42am Doug Schulkind:

Hops to it, Annie.
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:44am Brian en Angleterre:

That's fine(ings) by me
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:50am Hugo:

Brian, I have the twenty-minute version of that one off the Glastonbury Fayre Revelation album and, I should add, the ten-minute version, recorded on my cell phone, when the band hit town last year. Quite some distortion, due to being close to the speakers, but who cares, gotta catch the old chaps while they're still about ...
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:51am Carmichael:

Good morning, all. Brian, my dog said you were talking about him.
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 10:51am Brian:

Yo Carm, I can speak for myself.
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 10:52am Doug Schulkind:

Do I have to separate you two?
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:54am glenn:

wheat, meet chaff.
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:54am Carmichael:

I'm just repeating what Spencer said. He could be lying out his ass, like this whole "I'm a Cairn Terrier, really!" thing. Inveterate liar, I say.
  Fri. 2/3/12 10:58am annie:

this reminds me of kristen miller's cello work.. she got very little press.. but i did find her, finally, on youtube.. took a while
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:02am Brian en Angleterre:

Hello Carmichael. There is an impostor in our midst. Who would pretend to be a Cairn called Brian that can type?
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:09am Hugo:

Beer? The weekend stash looks something like this:

Struise Breweries, Belgium. Black Albert. Belgian Royal Stout.
The Orkney Brewery. Skull Splitter, British ale, named after a Viking Earl, obvious choice
Gaulois. Belgian Amber Bocq
Cuvée Dolphine. Truth can set you free. Belgian bourbon-aged stout, stored on barrels obtained from Kentucky

The weekend starts soon ...
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:10am Carmichael:

@Brian en Angleterre: Obviously it was a pesky comments board pixie. Pay it no heed, and it will vanish.
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:10am Brian en Angleterre:

Orchestra Baobab were cooler than a summer breeze last Monday. Lovely guitar work. Ten men working.
Pass one over Hugo.
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:11am Hugo:

Virtually yours, Brian ...
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:15am Carmichael:

Out in these parts, the West Coast IPAs are the traditional Superbowl fare:
Bear Republic's Racer 5 and Apex
Arrogant Bastard Ale
Drake's Denogginizer
Mendocino Brewing's Eye of the Hawk
To name but a few ...
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:19am ndbob:

I'd say I average about two beers a year.
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 11:21am Doug Schulkind:

Better than two years a beer, ndbob. That would be no fun at all.
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:23am Carmichael:

Since I'm making the racks o'babybacks this year, I'll need to stay refreshed at all times. I may even hire a beer boy, just in case.
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:24am ndbob:

True Doug:)
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:25am Hugo:

Over here I can find this brewery which seems to make good stuff, though I haven't tried any yet, but it's on the to do list:

http://www.portbrewing.com/
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 11:25am Doug Schulkind:

What is a beer boy, a tank-topped fellow that comes around with a long pole and cleans the leaves out of your stein?
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:28am Carmichael:

No Doug, but that would be perfect. I was thinking more along the lines of man servant, who would open my beer, hand it to me, occasionally dab the excess foam from my pursed lips, and handle the stack of empties.
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:32am glenn:

oh yeah, i forgot. there's some sort of sporting event this weekend, right?
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:32am dc pat:

I need bourbon cask aged beer. Haven't tried it yet, dammit. Who's playing in the super bowl?
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:33am dc pat:

you and me glenn. although, truth be told, if it were a big soccer event, I'd be all over that.
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:33am Listener Katya:

What an endorsement for the last set, Doug! Yay!
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 11:35am Doug Schulkind:

Hi Listener Katya! So great you're here/hear.
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:35am cholly:

Back from doing errands, catching last half hour while doing my exercises. Amazing grooves as always!
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:36am Hugo:

Filipinos do the best covers in Asia. No contest!
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:36am Carmichael:

@dcpat, I made a honey bourbon porter last year that knocked me out. I bought an old bourbon cask from a guy I know, brewed a honey porter, and let it ferment in there for a month. First timer's luck. I'm afraid to try it again.
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 11:36am Doug Schulkind:

Picked a good 1/2 hour to catch Cholly!
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:38am trish:

"Belgian bourbon-aged stout" said Hugo.
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:39am Artie:

Local brewery Big Boss recently served up some casks of their porter soaked on bourbon soaked chips. Delicious stuff. Adds just the kick and sharpness that a good porter can benefit from. Duck Rabbit's porter comes with a bit of an edge built in. Fell in love with Six Point Righteous Rye Ale on a recent trip to Brooklyn. No distribution here in NC, sadly. Been sampling other Rye Ales/IPAs and found a pretty good analogue in Sierra Nevada Ruthless Rye. Soon to be brewed in state.
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:41am cholly:

ain't never a bad half hour - it's always god's little half hour here!
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 11:42am Doug Schulkind:

I am reserving Sunday mornings here on Give the Drummer Radio for God, should he/she ever want his/her own slot.
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 11:46am Doug Schulkind:

Pretend you never saw that last comment about WFMU's show at SXSW. Apparently, it is "unofficial" for a while longer yet. Whoops.
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:48am dc pat:

holy crap Carm, that sounds amazing. I don't have the pelotas to do that...
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:48am listener james from westwood:

::blinks:: we don't need to see any identification. these aren't the droids we're looking for. move along!
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:49am glenn:

if it isn't the stanley cup or the grey cup, i don't care.
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:50am Carmichael:

It's the Madonna cup this year.
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:50am david:

blowfly?!?!?!?!
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:50am glenn:

name for a gospel show - songs in the key of Geeeeeeeesus.
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 11:52am Doug Schulkind:

Ding ding ding ding, we have a winner. Yes, this Clarence Reid is THAT Clarence Reid: Blowfly. (Please pick up your prize in the next 60 days David. You are responsible for all taxes.)
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:53am don:

yaaa doug
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:54am david:

i actually like his non-blowfly stuff more than his blowfly stuff. though i doooo love blowfly. 'nobody's butt but yours' is my jam.
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 11:54am Doug Schulkind:

Breaking: Those idiots from the Susan G. Komen foundation have reversed their chickenshit decision to pull funding for cancer screening at Planned Parenthood.
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:54am ndbob:

wow - had no idea this was blowfly
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 11:55am Doug Schulkind:

Happy Friday, Don!
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:56am Brian en Angleterre:

You Yanks sure have got the microbrewing down pat. Lucky guy that Pat. Reminds me of an old Nixon joke.
Baby cheeses?
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:57am cholly:

That Clarence Reid track was epic!
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 11:58am Doug Schulkind:

Clarence Reid link here: bit.ly...
It's blessedly Mediafire and not Mega-uh-oh.
  Fri. 2/3/12 11:59am Brian en Angleterre:

Was that three hours. Never.
Avatar Fri. 2/3/12 12:01pm Doug Schulkind:

Please be sure to join me over on the playlist for Steinski's A ROUGH MIX here: bit.ly...

See you in a few minutes....
  Fri. 2/3/12 12:01pm dc pat:

actually, like anything else over here in the US, there's a whole lot of shitty microbrew out there. Too hoppy, unbalanced. European beer is way more reliable in my opinion.
  Fri. 2/3/12 12:01pm Brian en Angleterre:

Carnival starts in Trini after Ash Wednesday.
  Fri. 2/3/12 12:01pm ndbob:

I see that the Komen Foundation just reversed its decision re Planned Parenthood.
  Fri. 2/3/12 12:02pm ndbob:

great show as always Doug!
  Fri. 2/3/12 12:02pm listener james from westwood:

lovin' it, doug; off to the rough mix!
  Fri. 2/3/12 12:03pm Carmichael:

Thanks, Doug.
  Fri. 2/3/12 12:04pm Brian en Angleterre:

dc pat, agree but there have been some huge strides made and I do not mean trousers (UK slang for kecks)
  Fri. 2/3/12 12:10pm Hugo:

A little further info on the Belgian stouts:

http://www.ratebeer.com/beer/struise-black-albert/77305/
http://www.ratebeer.com/beer/struise-cuvee-delphine/94955/

Very favourable ratings, but stouts are quite popular with this crowd.
  Mon. 2/6/12 8:16am Van in DC:

Okay! Catching up on archive courtesy of the WFMU GTDS magical archive genie.
  Mon. 2/6/12 10:18am Van in DC:

Ha, Doug you mentioned you thought we should all go back to CB radio...lol I bought one for my drive from Dallas, a mobile CB for like $50 from a truck stop. Saved me a lot of $$$ in speeding tickets :)
  Mon. 2/6/12 10:20am Van in DC:

Not sure which tune I'm hearing in the 2nd set right now, but sounds very opera-ish, female vocalist, orchestra...very nice indeed.
  Mon. 2/6/12 10:21am Van in DC:

Okay, it was Maria Callas ...because I'm now listening to the speech...
  Mon. 2/6/12 10:23am Doug Schulkind:

@Van
You bought a CB radio?!?! You are the coolest.
  Mon. 2/6/12 10:31am Van in DC:

Just a little handheld mobile, nothing fancy...I rocked with one in my 1977 red t-top firebird back in the day though lol :)
  Mon. 2/6/12 11:38am Van in DC:

Okay, made it up to the start of the last set...great show! Last set will be post-Irene live :)
  Mon. 2/6/12 3:26pm Van in DC:

Picking back up! Irene had a wonderful show today, glad I decided to catch it live :)
  Mon. 2/6/12 3:48pm Van in DC:

Good show Doug. Glad I was able to catch up on archive. Thanks!
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