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March 20, 2012 Options
Heaven 17
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
James Brown 
Cold Sweat, pt. 1   Options b/w Cold Sweat, pt. 2
(King 1967)

Paul Lewis (The Mighty Swamba) & the Swans  Wedding Bells, Oh Wedding Bells   Options b/w Little Señorita
(Fortune 1954)
The Texas Tophands  Blue Wedding Bells   Options b/w Was It Wrong, to Take so Long, to Tell Irene Goodnight
(Everstate )
The Heartbeats  Wedding Bells   Options b/w I Won't Be the Fool Anymore
(Rama 1956)
Bill Anderson  Wedding Bells   Options Sings Country Heart Songs
(Decca 1961)
Melvin Davis  Wedding Bells   Options b/w It's No News
(Ke Ke 1963)
Savannah Churchill & the Striders  Wedding Bells Are Breaking Up That Old Gang of Mine   Options

Talkover Music:
Memphis Black (Ingfried Hoffman)  
Why Don't You Play the Organ, Man   Options Soul Club
(Sonorama 1969)

Stonewall Jackson  A Broken Heart, A Wedding Band   Options Waterloo
(Bear Family )
Smokey Rogers  (Without Your) Wedding Ring   Options b/w Dimples or Dumplin's
(Williams 1950)
Emry Arthur  The Broken Wedding   Options b/w My Own True Lover
(Decca 1935)
Warren Lee  Mama Said We Can't Get Married   Options b/w A Lady
(Deesu 1969)
James Carpenter  (Marriage Is Only) A State of Mind   Options Dave Hamilton's Detroit Dancers
(Ace )
Stud Cole  Stop the Wedding   Options Burn Baby Burn
(Norton 1968)
Etta James  Stop the Wedding   Options b/w Streets of Tears
(Argo 1962)

Talkover Music:
África Negra & João Seria 
Lá Bô lá Gelo Múala   Options

Ann Cole  Don't Stop the Wedding   Options Have Fun
(Roulette 1962)
Shirley Raymond  What a Wedding Day   Options b/w You're Gonna Miss Me
(At Last 1962)
The Bell Tones  The Wedding   Options b/w Heart to Heart
(Rama 1955)
Prince La La (Charley Julien)  Gettin' Married Soon   Options b/w Come Back to Me
(A.F.O. )
E. Johnston  Shotgun Wedding   Options High on the Hog, Volume 1
(Cactus )
Fairley Holden  I'm a Married Man   Options

Closing Theme:
Specks Williams 
We Gave the Drummer Some   Options b/w Specks' Blues
(Jax 1960s)

Listener comments!

  Tue. 3/20/12 5:37pm Parq:

I gotta run out, but orchids to you and Mrs. DrumSum, and congrats to Lincoln for having such swell 'rents.
  Tue. 3/20/12 5:38pm marcury:

hola, paco!
Avatar Tue. 3/20/12 5:40pm Doug Schulkind:

Love to you 'n' Mrs. Parq!

Greetings Marcury!
  Tue. 3/20/12 5:41pm listener james from westwood:

a quick run to the store and I'll join the festivities and congrats, but want to raise a glass of the happy couple's favorite bubbly in salute!
  Tue. 3/20/12 5:41pm marcury:

the playlist isn't updating, is that you or an issue?
  Tue. 3/20/12 5:42pm marcury:

Has it really been 17 years?
  Tue. 3/20/12 5:43pm Matt from Springfield:

Ahh, another benefit of GTDS--playlists are open early!
Hi Doug! Parq! marcury!
Avatar Tue. 3/20/12 5:44pm Doug Schulkind:

Thanks LJ from W!

Truly has, Marc.

Is the playlist not updating for anyone else?

Greetings Matt!
  Tue. 3/20/12 5:44pm Matt from Springfield:

Oops, and hi LJfW!
Anniversary night for you Doug?
  Tue. 3/20/12 5:45pm Matt from Springfield:

Playlist = fine
  Tue. 3/20/12 5:45pm marcury:

wow!!!
Avatar Tue. 3/20/12 5:48pm Doug Schulkind:

That's what the piece of paper says, Matt. And you can't contradict the piece of paper.
  Tue. 3/20/12 5:50pm marcury:

very strange, the comments update, but the playlist is stuck at cold sweat
  Tue. 3/20/12 5:50pm glenn:

the big leap? got a safety net? fall arrest training? cushy pillows?
Avatar Tue. 3/20/12 5:51pm Doug Schulkind:

Marc, that's because the show hasn't started yet. Fun begins at 6pm (ET).
  Tue. 3/20/12 5:52pm marcury:

OH, DUH!
  Tue. 3/20/12 5:52pm Holly in NC:

Congratulations, Doug!!!!!!
May I ask what music you will privately play for your wife later this evening? And what's for dinner?
  Tue. 3/20/12 5:52pm Matt from Springfield:

It costs $thousands in attorneys to change a piece of paper. Or rather one of the following:
a) Lawyers b) Guns or c) Money

Happy though that you two are happy! :)
Avatar Tue. 3/20/12 5:55pm Doug Schulkind:

After the show, we had to Tram's homestyle Vietnamese joint on Penn Avenue. The best Vietnamese food since the place downstairs on Doyers Street in Lower Manhattan. (OK, now I'm gonna cry.)
Avatar Tue. 3/20/12 5:56pm Doug Schulkind:

And Hi Holly!
  Tue. 3/20/12 5:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Mmmm, pho? Bao minh? Spring/summer rolls? The works!
Avatar Tue. 3/20/12 5:59pm Doug Schulkind:

Pho, which, apparently, is appropriately pronounced "fuh."
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:00pm Matt from Springfield:

The Vietnamese are then, the "Kings of Fuh"!
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:02pm Holly in NC:

Damn Matt you stole my joke! :-) I used to play that 7" incessantly.
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:02pm doug:

hi ho, doug and all the drummer some peoples.
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:03pm Hugo:

Maine is in da house ...
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:04pm monica:

hi ho, doug and all the drummer some peoples. (re-post, put my name as doug by mistake!)
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:04pm Matt from Springfield:

Hiya Holly!
That 7" is prob worth some coin, if you still have it!
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:04pm Hugo:

and I don't mean a maine coon ...
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:04pm marcury:

Hey look , the play list is working!
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:05pm ndbob:

Afternoon Doug and everyone!
Avatar Tue. 3/20/12 6:05pm Doug Schulkind:

I understand, Monica. You're so exciting you can't type straight.

I know EXACTLY what you mean, Hugo.
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:05pm Carmichael:

OK, made it. I assume the congrats involve wedding anniversaries. Congratulations to the whole DrumSum diaspora. Many more in store, I'm shore.
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:05pm ndbob:

and Happy Anniversary!
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:05pm glenn:

fuh is correct.
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:06pm Carmichael:

Is the Hawaiian Wedding Song coming?
Avatar Tue. 3/20/12 6:07pm Doug Schulkind:

Jeez Carmichael, that would get me divorced.
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:08pm Carmichael:

HA HA HA HA!! Touche, I s'pose ....
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:09pm Hugo:

Congrats! We're heading for Cloud 19.
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:09pm Matt from Springfield:

"Was It Wrong, to Take so Long, to Tell Irene Goodnight"
Now I'm intrigued!
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:09pm monica:

happy ann'y you crazy kids!
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:10pm Matt from Springfield:

"I only took a few hours to say goodnight to Irene..."
Avatar Tue. 3/20/12 6:11pm Doug Schulkind:

Matt, I snagged the Texas Tophands record off the Hillbilly-Researcher site. Note sure if the link is still good.
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:16pm Holly in NC:

@Matt - The 7" is incredibly beat - scratched & warped. And I never sell records that I like.

Now I want pho. mmmm. Will have to settle for liverwurst or pulled pork.

Irene lives at: http://hillbilly-researcher.blogspot.com/2011/05/everstate-131.html
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:17pm charlie:

Mazel tov on seventeen, Mr & Mrs Drummersome! (Next year I can chai-five ya.)
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:18pm Matt from Springfield:

YES! There's a player on the site where you can hear the songs!
Thanks Holly and Doug!
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:19pm Carmichael:

Music died??
Avatar Tue. 3/20/12 6:19pm Doug Schulkind:

Hey hey Cholly!
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:19pm Holly in NC:

@Matt: If you have Firefox & the Download Helper addon you csn *download* the songs! :-)
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:20pm Andy S.:

Born 1937, Bill Anderson has had a notably long and successful career in country music decades after his last Top Ten hit as a performer (in 1978). To cite one example: "Give it Away", co-written by Anderson and performed by George Strait, won "Song of the Year" from the Academy of Country Music in 2006; and was named the Country Music Association's "Song of the Year" in November 2007. Anderson wrote or co-wrote other major hits for Connie Smith, Kenny Chesney, and the duo of Brad Paisley & Alison Krauss. Ray Price's version of Bill's "City Lights" is a long-time personal favorite.
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:23pm Matt from Springfield:

Loved that Savannah Churchill one! I think Paul McC said in an interview long ago that he used to love that one.

You friggin rock, Holly!
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:23pm ndbob:

wow Doug, didn't know that about Savannah.
Avatar Tue. 3/20/12 6:27pm Doug Schulkind:

Hi ndbob. Yeah, a really tragic story. Churchill lived but was a physical wreck the rest of her life.
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:27pm Christopher I:

lovin these theme sets!
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:29pm Matt from Springfield:

A close cousin to "I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow"
Avatar Tue. 3/20/12 6:30pm Doug Schulkind:

I usually can't stand any theme longer than an hour. If I hold my interest, I suppose it'll hold yours. Thank god I have Friday mornings.
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:31pm Matt from Springfield:

No Wiki for Emry Arthur, but look what came up, under Man of Constant Sorrow:
"An early version was recorded by Emry Arthur in 1928 (Vocalion Vo 5208)."
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:32pm listener james from westwood:

ah, back in the saddle. delayed by a call from a man who owed me money. the check is in the mail, the fun 91 is on the stream, and all's right w the world.
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:33pm Carmichael:

Ugh!
Avatar Tue. 3/20/12 6:36pm Doug Schulkind:

LJFW: Show me the money! Show me the stream!
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:38pm jessie:

Okay, you know I never could resist those blues chords. I guess I'll keep you . . . .
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:38pm listener james from westwood:

i'm a blip on the stream user total. or perhaps an ip address. the money, well, that goes to the credit card bill i rung up during the marathon!
Avatar Tue. 3/20/12 6:39pm Doug Schulkind:

Jessie!
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:41pm ndbob:

@Matt - I rememeber reading that Emry's version was the first
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:41pm jessie:

doug!
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:42pm ndbob:

Had a feeling this was going to be in this set:)
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:43pm jessie:

Okay I have to keep working on my article now, because if I don't get this one out and published, I won't get tenure and then where we, the happy couple (and child) be? In Pittsburgh, that's where -- whatever our state of mind.
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:43pm glenn:

respectful greetings and congrats, mrs. drumsum.
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:44pm jessie:

p.s: thanks hon!!! I love you.
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:44pm ndbob:

Congrats Jessie!
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:47pm marcury:

HeyJess, happy 17!!!
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:47pm PMD:

awww...
Avatar Tue. 3/20/12 6:49pm Doug Schulkind:

Mr. Finewine describes this Shirley Raymond track as "proto-funk drum wallop."
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:51pm listener james from westwood:

i salute all academic and legal publishing efforts, especially from the side of the writer. good luck w/ the article!
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:56pm Holly in NC:

Prince La La!!!! xoxox Awesome, Doug.

Savannah Churchill: http://planetbarberella.blogspot.com/2010/10/savannah-churchill-list.html
Avatar Tue. 3/20/12 6:58pm Doug Schulkind:

Got that one and the Shirley Raymond from our dear Ana-B, Holly.
  Tue. 3/20/12 6:59pm ndbob:

Ana-B has superb taste.
Avatar Tue. 3/20/12 7:00pm Doug Schulkind:

Check out Ana's GREAT soul blog The Singing Bones.
  Tue. 3/20/12 7:02pm ndbob:

excellent show Doug!
  Tue. 3/20/12 7:02pm listener james from westwood:

enjoy the vietnamese feast you lovebirds!
Avatar Tue. 3/20/12 7:04pm Doug Schulkind:

Thank you EVERYbody!
  Wed. 3/21/12 8:28pm Van in DC:

catch up time
  Wed. 3/21/12 8:31pm Van in DC:

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY MR & MRS DRUMMER! WOW!
  Wed. 3/21/12 9:00pm Van in DC:

Tail wagging from the dog is such awesomeness.

My anniversary present to Mr & Mrs Schulkind aka Drummer.
  Wed. 3/21/12 9:03pm Doug S.:

Gulp. Over to email...
  Wed. 3/21/12 9:22pm Van in DC:

I had not heard that Etta James number, it was great! And as I was listening, I was thinking, is that Etta James? ha ha. True. MAN was she AWESOME!!
  Wed. 3/21/12 9:31pm Van in DC:

Thanks for another wonderful show Doug. So happy for the magical WFMU archive genie that allows me to catch up on all my favorite shows.
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