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June 1, 2012 Options
The look of the sound of love
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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)

Richard Nombali  Kwela Rich   Options Township Jive & Kwela Jazz
(Ubuntu Publishing 1960)
Jazz Maniacs  Weekend   Options Drum: South African Jazz & Jive
(Monsun 1956)
Mahotella Queens  Ekwang Hle   Options Pitša Tše Kgolo
(Hit Sound 1982)
West Nkosi  The Rock   Options Jump & Jive with West Nkosi
(Gallo 1967)
Sannah Mnguni Nesimanjemanje  Ukuhlupheka   Options
Batsumi  Manshanyana   Options Batsumi
(RTL/Matsuli Music 1974)
Bucks & the Mighty Thorns  If You're Ready No. 2   Options
( 1975)

Talkover Music:
Bee Houston 
Blues for Rupez   Options The Hustler
(Arhoolie 1968)

Elder Anderson Johnson  The Lord Will Make A Way Somehow (Glory version)
The Lord Will Make A Way Somehow (Angel version)   Options
1950s Gospel Classics
(Document 1953)
Rev. Samuel Kelsey  Where Is the Lion in the Tribe of Judea   Options Rev. Kelsey & His Congregation 1947-1951
(Document 1951)
Heavenly Gospel Singers  You Go and I'll Go With You   Options Complete Recorded Works (1936-1937),
Volume 2
(Document 1937)
The Trumpeteers  Nobody's Fault But Mine   Options b/w This Is a Mean Old World
(King 1950)
Highway QCs  Something on My Mind   Options Jesus Is Waiting
(Vee-Jay 1957)
Rev. C.L. Franklin  Eagle Stirreth Her Nest   Options Powerhouse Gospel On Independent Labels 1946-1959, Volume 4
(JSP ca. 1953)
Ethel Profit  Life Is a Battle   Options b/w Death Is Not the End
(Brother )

Talkover Music:
Sonny Treadway 
Jesus Will Fix It For You   Options Sacred Steel Instrumentals
(Arhoolie )

Tex Ritter  High, Wide and Handsome   Options
( 1937)
Les "Carrot Top" Anderson  And I Shook   Options b/w This Is Southland
(Exclusive 1945)
Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith  Listen to the Mockingbird   Options b/w Blue Moon Haze
(MGM 1951)
Jimmy Dean w/Chet Atkins  Bummin' Around   Options b/w Sweet Darling
(4-Star 1952)
Dale Evans  His Hat Cost More Than Mine   Options b/w Under a Texas Moon
(Majestic 194?)
Jack Bradshaw  Men Are Weak   Options The Jack Bradshaw Story: Mar-Vel Masters, Volume 5
(Cowboy Carl )
Horace LeBleau & the Bar-X Ramblers  Korea Blues   Options
Howard Perkins  Johnny Overload   Options b/w Under Control
(Juke One Stopper 1969)
Sonny Wallace  Black Cadillac   Options b/w If a Man Could See
(Yucca 1960)

Talkover Music:
Phoem Khlaibanleng & His International Mixed Mahori Orchestra 
Lao Kham Hom   Options Thai Modernized Music for Dancing, Volume 2

Chico Hamilton Quintet  Walking Carson Blues   Options Live at the Strollers
(Fresh Sound 1958)
Jan Wallgren / Bengt Ernryd / Conny Sjökvist / Johannes B. Niebergall  From the Diary of a Traveling Salesman   Options Ballade an Der Ruhr
(Dragon 1979)
Bobby Hutcherson  Visions   Options Medina
(Blue Note 1968)
Willem Breuker  Trauermusik   Options The Message
(ICP 1971)

Talkover Music:
Augustus Pablo 
Drums to the King   Options Blowing With the Wind
(Greensleeves 1978)

Ion Petre Stoican  Ia-Ti Mireasă, Ziua Bună   Options Sounds From a Bygone Age,
Volume 1
(Asphalt Tango 1966-77)
Kostas Koukoutaras & Atziteisions  To Telos   Options Apo Pou Kai Pou...
(Anazitisi 1974)
Dorid Laham  Tamo Yamo   Options Waking Up Scheherazade:
Arabian Garage Psych Nuggets from the '60s and Early '70s, Volume 2
(Grey Past )
Chick Ganimian & His Oriental Music  Daddy Lolo   Options Come With Me to the Casbah
(Atco 1959)
Erkin Koray  Düsünüs   Options Meçhul (Singles & Rarities)
(Sublime Frequencies )
Dariush  Daad Az In Del   Options Rangarang: Pre-Revolutionary Iranian Pop
(Vampisoul )

Talkover Music:
Charanjit Singh 
Koi Ladki Koi Ladki   Options Instrumental Film Tunes
(Odeon 1973)

Billy "The Kid" Emerson  Aunt Molly (pt. 1)   Options b/w Aunt Molly (pt. 2)
(Constellation 1965)
(King Richard &) The Poor Boys  I'm Gonna Spend My Money   Options b/w Wash Board
(Apollo )
Larke Sisters  Gumbo Mambo   Options b/w Um Ga Wa
(Rama 1955)
Robert "Chick" Willis  Pleading   Options
(Bay-Tone 1959)
Little Joe Blue  Dirty Work Is Going On   Options West Coast Winners
(Moonshine 1966)
Eddie Curtis  Those Foxes and Pussycats (pt. 1)   Options b/w Those Foxes & Pussycats (pt. 2)
(Josie )

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 6/1/12 8:03am duke:

Got my eye on you!
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 8:18am Doug Schulkind:

See me, hear me, feel me, um, hear me
  Fri. 6/1/12 8:46am Van in DC:

I think that eyeball is starting to hypnotize me. Or scare me. Or both. Good morning Doug.
  Fri. 6/1/12 8:47am chris in durban:

just waiting for the pan down to the lips and teeth and the Rocky Horror Soundtrack ... greetings Doug and all ... will be in and out, but here anyway
  Fri. 6/1/12 8:48am glenn:

eye carumba.
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 8:49am Doug Schulkind:

Thanks to Chris in Durban: Much riches from Electric Jive (electricjive.blogspot.com) in today's opening set.
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 8:49am Doug Schulkind:

I heard that, glenn.
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 8:51am Doug Schulkind:

Eye mean, eye heard that.
  Fri. 6/1/12 8:52am glenn:

eye got it.
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 8:53am Doug Schulkind:

Do not be afraid, Van. Do not be very afraid! (Good morning.)
  Fri. 6/1/12 8:54am glenn:

this must be the eyedes of june.
  Fri. 6/1/12 8:55am Van in DC:

Is this the Harps of Fucshia Kalmia by chance?
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 8:57am Doug Schulkind:

Your question makes me smile, Van. No, this is Gender Wayang Pemarwan from Indonesia. Music for shadow puppetry. But it totally COULD BE Harps of Fucshia Kalmia.
  Fri. 6/1/12 8:58am listener james from westwood:

happy friday all! good june, doug, and all under the watchful eye of the drummer!
  Fri. 6/1/12 8:59am Parq:

OH MY GOD IT'S TRUE, MY COMPUTER IS SPYING ON ME!
  Fri. 6/1/12 8:59am ndbob:

morning Doug and everyone!
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:00am texas scott:

that eye IS FREAKIN'ME OUT,MAN!
too much blood in my caffeine system,i spose.
hola,fiends of the DRUMMER.
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:00am jk:

morning Doug, morning everyone. very nice eye you have there
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 9:01am Doug Schulkind:

LJFW and Parq, the Ruth and Gehrig, the Lincoln and Jefferson, the green and the orange M&Ms!

Morning jk. How'r you reeling?
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:02am jk:

barely a sore throat at all, I haven't left the house since monday afternoon. I'm miles better because of it, thanks!
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:02am ndbob:

I may have to bow out today... the eyeball is really bothering me
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:02am holland oats:

this is starting to look like one of ken's playlist pages
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 9:04am Doug Schulkind:

I lent this gif to Ken a few months back. As with so many things, Ken has revolutionized the way we watch radio.

Sorry for the creepiness, ndbob. Think of the eye as your friend.
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:05am still b/p:

A nice cup of malocchio plus in the mornin' for the Drummer's droogs!
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 9:06am Doug Schulkind:

Eye, what eye Scott? I don't see any eye.
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:10am Van in DC:

We are swimming in music while Doug watches over us.

https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-vYDjoBz40Tw/T8gjEMRjqgI/AAAAAAAAn6c/Y93WYMuHahg/w497-h373/12%2B-%2B1
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:10am ndbob:

sorry Doug - I'm going to have to skip today's show.. I have company on Tuesday, but I should be back as normal next Friday
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 9:10am Doug Schulkind:

Our friend does have a very Clockwork Orange vibe, still b/p.
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:12am Parq:

There is what looks, at quick glance at least, to be a very nifty piece by Burgess on said dystopian novel in this week's New Yorker Sci Fi issue.
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:13am Parq:

Firefox spellcheck doesn't take "dystopian". The wonder of it all.
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:16am Webhamster Henry:

Good morning Dog! << name tag from an old Record Fair
More Africa!
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:16am Andrew:

Currently picturing my co-workers dancing gracefully around the office to this one...
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:16am listener james from westwood:

count your blessings; it could've been the eyeball from "un chien andalou"!
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 9:16am Doug Schulkind:

I promise not to eat you, Van.

Morning Henry!
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 9:19am Doug Schulkind:

@Andrew so few of us have co-workers who could be characterized as "graceful." You are blessed.

@LJFW, or it could be the "eyeball" on the cover of that Tom Zé record. (Hint: It is not an eyeball.)
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:19am ndbob:

I see that the playlist is covering it up enough
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:21am Paul Sherratt:

" Turkish rawk, South African fonk, gospel skronk, broody jazz, & some classic eyelife " ?
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 9:23am Doug Schulkind:

And where've you been eyeding, Paul?!
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:24am Paul Sherratt:

Doug,
In Fibbers
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:25am listener james from westwood:

non sequitur: ran across a reference in the book i'm publishing to an author named schmuck. even better, he's a shrink. "dr. schmuck, i presume?"
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:26am Paul Sherratt:

Fibbers, York ( the old one ) along with a couple of dozen old souls and Johnny Dowd
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 9:27am Doug Schulkind:

Here is that Tom Zé album cover with the "eyeball." See if you can guess what you're really looking at:

i.imgur.com...
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:27am Parq:

There's a guy, fairly prominent, in my field who's surname is "Greathead". No doubt, much like the boy named Sue, he was forced to develop a right hook like a wrecking ball.
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:28am Michael:

Hey Doug and others - love this track some...
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 9:29am Doug Schulkind:

Morning Michael!
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:32am still b/p:

Album - Mouth marble.
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:32am Hugo:

Seen I (as they say in Jamaica)
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:33am monica:

good morning, doug! summery sounds abound. many thanks.
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:33am listener james from westwood:

john boehner's official portrait!
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:35am chris in durban:

your pronounciation is impressive Doug!
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:37am ndbob:

actually not Doug
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 9:40am Doug Schulkind:

Hello Ms. Monica!

still b/p, that IS a marble but, um, it's not a mouth. (Please clear young children from the room.)
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:41am ndbob:

meaning you don't sound tired
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:43am still b/p:

Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!
A little cold, I'll bet.
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 9:43am Doug Schulkind:

ndbob, glad to hear it. I feel like a lead soccer ball.
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 9:49am Doug Schulkind:

Eye and eye, as they say in Jamaica, Hugo.
  Fri. 6/1/12 9:55am Hugo:

Seen I, Doug. I and I belong to the righteous people!
  Fri. 6/1/12 10:01am sinner:

...let the Church say amen....
  Fri. 6/1/12 10:02am ndbob:

This collection is great in general
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 10:02am Doug Schulkind:

A set dedicated to you, Brother Sinner.
  Fri. 6/1/12 10:03am Paul Sherratt:

The Rev's my favourite ' C. L. ' of the two. The other one's a Blast, mind you.

Hello from the UK, sinner man !
  Fri. 6/1/12 10:04am still b/p:

Speaking (and singing) of preachification...Was watching vintage Billy Graham for a while the other day. Theatrical physical intensity was interesting, since in my lifetime he's been a middle aged or elder figure whom I've rarely seen performing in his prime or doing his main game thing.
And also, it did not....sound like this
  Fri. 6/1/12 10:04am Andrew:

Man, it sounds like chaos in that church. They're falling over the pews, crying, screaming, fainting!
  Fri. 6/1/12 10:06am sinner:

Thanks, Doug. It helps with the grant writing..
Hi Paul! Lets have a pint one of these days.
  Fri. 6/1/12 10:06am Paul Sherratt:

Great name, Ethel Profit.
  Fri. 6/1/12 10:09am Holly in NC:

Hi Doug & all! Happy Friday! I know what that Tom Zé cover is, but think you should have the er, honor of explaining.....
  Fri. 6/1/12 10:10am Hugo:

Going to church was never like this!
  Fri. 6/1/12 10:16am Paul Sherratt:

Kevin sinner man,
Good idea, but should we meet half-way ?
  Fri. 6/1/12 10:19am Paul Sherratt:

Holly, I don't think that picture was taken with a fundus camera ...
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 10:20am Doug Schulkind:

Hello dear Holly! That Tom Zé cover presents, as you know, a marble deployed strategically where the sun definitely do not shine.
  Fri. 6/1/12 10:21am sinner:

....Nova Scotia??...nice fiddle tradition there.
  Fri. 6/1/12 10:26am still b/p:

I think I love this song and its title.
  Fri. 6/1/12 10:31am Paul Sherratt:

Kevin, I remember Gander airport being a fun place at four in the morning during February. But that's Newfoundland.
  Fri. 6/1/12 10:36am sinner:

....NewFoundland! That's right. My bad. We can go swimming...
  Fri. 6/1/12 10:39am Van in DC:

love the Thai music, even in talkover form :)
  Fri. 6/1/12 10:40am Paul Sherratt:

Doug, do you have eye drops ready for the second half of the show ?
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 10:46am Doug Schulkind:

Van, you are my Thai connection. Paul, I have only nose drops, sorry.
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 10:53am Doug Schulkind:

PROGRAMMING ALERT...
Immediately following Give the Drummer Some, I will be hosting another A ROUGH MIX program from Steinski.

The playlist/comments for that show will be here:
bit.ly...
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:11am Brian in UK:

Afternoon Boss, taxi work, any messages?
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:11am Van in DC:

Interesting piece that was. Made me look Breuker up...apparently this was a live performance... wanted to know who that trombonist was :)

http://wbk.home.xs4all.nl/disco70-74_WB.html
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:15am Carmichael:

Good morning Doug and drum circle buddies.
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:17am Merv:

I had to look up Breuker too, really great track there... Doesn't appear to be in print and no links that I could find... :(
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:17am Brian in UK:

Bugarian?
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 11:18am Doug Schulkind:

Romanian.
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:19am Brian in UK:

Close but no Czar!!
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 11:20am Doug Schulkind:

Merv, the folks behind the Instand Composers Pool are reissuing the entire catalog in one box. It will cost a ridiculously unaffordable amount of $$. A few blogs that had been posting ICP stuff (including the music I played) have voluntarily removed their posts in deference to the new reissue. The thing is, if enough pre-orders for the box aren't made, they won't do the project. It's their right, of course, but it's kinda crazy.
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:21am Brian in UK:

Pinch, punch first of the month. No returns.
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 11:21am Doug Schulkind:

Hiya Carmichael, feel free to bang on something.
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:22am Merv:

Yikes! Best of luck to them... If I had the money to spend...
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:22am Van in DC:

Wow, that sure was nice of them.
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:23am Carmichael:

Rabbit rabbit rabbit.
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 11:25am Doug Schulkind:

Here is that ICP box. It contains 50 CDs and 3 DVDs. Absurd, really.
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:26am dc pat:

[I'll just slip into my seat while the teacher's back is turned...]
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:26am Carmichael:

How much is it, Doug? $47,286.28?
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:30am dc pat:

What? I've been here the whole time. ahem, so this is Oriental Rock and Roll, eh?
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:31am Paul Sherratt:

dc pat, here quick, copy my notes ..
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:31am Webhamster Henry:

This Daddy Lolo used to be a WFMU fave!
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:32am dc pat:

[...thanks Paul.....] What a great show today!
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 11:32am Doug Schulkind:

Carmichael, the first 300 boxes will sell for $419. After that, it will cost $615.

Yah, right.

dc pat, please stay after class.
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:33am Brian in UK:

Deep in the bazaar. No eye contact.
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:34am Holly in NC:

@Carmichael! I LOVE that you follow the rabbit tradition - I thought I was the only one!
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:34am dc pat:

aw, man!....
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 11:35am Doug Schulkind:

Rabbit rabbit Rabbit = bit.ly...
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:38am Brian in UK:

dc pat, the old boy will have forgotten by then. Still getting over his birthday celebrations.
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:41am dc pat:

if we all leave in one big group maybe he won't notice me..

Didn't know about the rabbits thing, I'll have to hep the kids..
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:42am Holly in NC:

@ Doug - re rabbit wiki - huh! I'm of German heritage & was raised in Connecticut, & was told I' have good luck all month if I remembered to say rabbit rabbit rabbit first thing in the am on the 1st. No presents. And the unspoken threat was of bad luck if one forgot...
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:42am listener james from westwood:

doug, i'd never heard of that traditions before! my fun fact for the day.
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:43am ndbob:

Pretty amazing that Atco released something like that so early
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:44am Holly in NC:

LOTS of Willem Breuker available on Soulseek, fwiw.
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:45am dc pat:

crap, where'd I put my asafetida? Normally I just have to sniff the air but I think it's so old now its power is greatly diminished. May be time to replenish...
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:46am Carmichael:

I heard about the rabbit thing from an Englander a long time ago. Then someone here said it, and I've been doing it ever since.
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:46am Brian in UK:

dc pat, funny just bought a jar the other week, I'll put some in the post.
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:48am Paul Sherratt:

Aunt Molly to Aunt Mellie ? No, probably not but Mr Emerson requires the volume to be increased and the office productivity to be decreased ..
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:49am Van in DC:

Thanks for that tip Holly in NC
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:50am dc pat:

Make sure you double package that stuff, Brian.
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:50am kat330:

Hi, Doug and all you lovely people! I've been missing a great party clearly. And now I've learned something new: rabbitrabbitrabbit I really should have known this having been born in the year of the rabbit/cat.
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:51am ndbob:

Hi Kat!
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 11:51am Doug Schulkind:

Howdy kat330! Glad to have you on the jalopy.
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:51am dc pat:

oh no! a gratuitous apostrophe in my 11:45 post..I'm getting out of here before Ike shows up!
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:51am Carmichael:

Yo kat.
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:54am ndbob:

this is great -surprised i never heard it before
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:54am kat330:

I should be around for most of Steinski today. Been a busy but productive Friday morn.
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 11:57am Doug Schulkind:

I took care of that errant apostrophe, dc pat. We are nothing if not a full-service radio show.

Playlist for Steinski: bit.ly...
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:57am Van in DC:

Great presentation today Doug, enjoyed it, many thanks as always.
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 11:58am Doug Schulkind:

I'm so glad you enjoyed it, Van!
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:59am Brian in UK:

Steinski DVD arrived the other day, waiting on the other bits. Just like Christmas.
  Fri. 6/1/12 11:59am kat330:

Guess I just got some instant karma for saying I was productive. Just spilled morning coffee all over the place --NOT on the keyboard or PC thank god -- but a true mess. And there was very little in the mug, but it's Murphy's Law of Physics: a small measure of liquid will expand to a triple amount when it is inconvenient for it to do so.
  Fri. 6/1/12 12:00pm still b/p:

How nice. Little Joe wrote his own wedding vows.
  Fri. 6/1/12 12:00pm listener james from westwood:

this show kept me rolling through a teeth-grinding day. man do i ever have a lot to be thankful for in wfmu. thanks, doug!
  Fri. 6/1/12 12:00pm kat330:

I'll catch up in the archives on this, Doug, and see you on the other side (after some moments of cleaning up here....)
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 12:00pm Doug Schulkind:

If there was some milk in that spilt coffee—no crying! Otherwise you can bawl like a newborn.
  Fri. 6/1/12 12:01pm kat330:

No milk. Weeping here..
  Fri. 6/1/12 12:02pm ndbob:

excellent show Doug!
Avatar    Fri. 6/1/12 12:02pm Doug Schulkind:

Thanks ndbob, excellent listening!
  Fri. 6/1/12 12:03pm dc pat:

whew! Thanks Doug..
  Fri. 6/1/12 12:06pm Van in DC:

Bye Eye
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