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June 22, 2012 Options
Dolly Parton for president
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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)

Conjunto Colonial de Nelo Sosa  Mas Daño Me Hizo Tu Amor   Options A Burujón Puñao
(Tumbao )
Conjunto Casino  No, No, y No   Options Canción de Alma
(Tumbao )
Los Corraleros de Majagual   Cumbia Saramuya   Options Remolino de Oro
(Domino Sound )
The Lat-Teens  Louie, Louie   Options The Lat-Teens
(Cotique 1968)
Los Silvertons  Te Amo   Options Ugly Heart: Spanish Beat & Soul
Los Dinamitas Del Twist  Oye lo Que Te Digo   Options Twistin' Rumble, Volume 4
Los Salvajes  Corre Corre   Options Sensacional Soul:
37 Groovy Spanish Soul & Funk Stompers From 1966-1976
(Vampisoul )

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

John Lee Henley  Knockin' on Lula Mae's Door   Options T-Model Boogie, Volume 2
(Black Rhythm 1952)
Southern Comfort  Walking By Myself   Options Southern Comfort
(Sunbeam 1968)
Billy Keene  You're a Deserter   Options Diggin' Gold: A Galaxy of West Coast Blues
(Ace )
Buck D.D. Black  Miss Veegalopps   Options Mississippi Bluze Mass
(Green Bottle 1972)
Muddy Waters  Bottom of the Sea   Options After the Rain
(Cadet 1969)
James Peterson  I Fell in Love With a Prostitute   Options Rough and Ready
(King Snake 1990)

Talkover Music:
Jimi Hendrix 
Born Under a Bad Sign   Options Blues
(MCA 1969)

China Sadao  Umi Nu Chinbora (You Playboy!)   Options Music of Okinawa
(King )
Misao Nakashizu  Saimon-Matsusaka   Options Gozeuta I: Nagoka-Goze
Masato Tomobe  Yopparai   Options Osaka E Yattekita
Ayumi Ishida  Kenka no Atude Kuchizuke   Options b/w Tenshi no Ashioto
(Columbia 1969)
Tenjo Sajiki & Singers Three  Rojin Tanteidan   Options Rojin Tanteidan to Garigari Hakase no Hanzai
( 1972)

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

James Finn Trio  Toreo de Capa   Options Plaza de Toros
(Clean Feed 2005)
Evan Parker  Live in Hadano   Options Zanzou
(Jazz & NOW )
Paul Smoker/Vinny Golia Quartet  The Gremlin   Options Halloween, the Sequel
(9 Winds 1998)
Heinz Becker / Louis Sclavis / John Lindberg  Spiel-O-Thek   Options Transition
(FMP 1987)
Stephen McCraven  Ahiri-Lalita   Options Wooley the Newt
(Sweet Earth 1979)

Talkover Music:
Joe Claussell & Kerri Chandler 
Escravos de Jo   Options Copa Mundial Muzique
(Guidance 1998)

Little Kathy Hoffman  Kathy's Letter   Options b/w Kathy's Theme
(Dial 1969)
Mitch Torok  Madam President   Options
(Delta 1984)
Kirk Hansard  Nudist Colony   Options b/w If This Ain't Heaven
(Chart 1971)
Tom Harvey  It's the Shape the World Is In   Options b/w Mama You Love the Bottle
(New Star )
Jay Mesco  The Generation Gap   Options b/w Smokey Bat
(B-W-P )
Merv Shiner  Protest   Options
Minnie Pearl  What Is an American?   Options
(Starday )

Talkover Music:
Arkie Shibley 
Hot Woodpecker Rag   Options Hot Rod Race
(Collector )

Nestor Hountondji (Djinesto)  Debout Balayer   Options Desouciant
(Nesto Disco 1983)
El Em Fanaja & Le Jam Star  Avi Ya Ma Do Gbê Ho   Options Avi Ya Ma Do Gbê Ho
(EF late 1970s)
Eddie Siagbo Dieudonné et Martine Blancelle  Nounangnon   Options b/w Muletekpo Wo
(Discafric )
Minzoto ya Zaire  Mfuur Ma   Options Rythme Takinga Groupe
(Sangela )

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 6/22/12 8:29am annie:

logging in early so i can get a seat up front.. i have an apple for the teacher, too
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 8:30am Doug Schulkind:

An a succulent certified organic apple it is! Morning Annie!
  Fri. 6/22/12 8:31am duke:

I'm sitting in the back. I hope I don't get called on because I didn't do my homework
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 8:35am Doug Schulkind:

That's OK, Duke, you're just auditing this show.
  Fri. 6/22/12 8:46am still b/p:

I heard the clink of Dino's ice cubes and came right over. But Jerry's seltzer bottle...I don't know.
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 8:47am Doug Schulkind:

My French listeners LOVE his seltzer routine.
  Fri. 6/22/12 8:50am listener james from westwood:

ever have one of those anxiety dreams where you can't find the classroom where give the drummer some is being aired? i hate those.
  Fri. 6/22/12 8:51am annie:

ljfw- i had the honor of packing your AFM mug tuesday for shipment to you.
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 8:51am Doug Schulkind:

And your naked! (One is always naked in those dreams.)
  Fri. 6/22/12 8:52am Van in DC:

We had homework? I knew I forgot something. Is that a Martian wielding a sitar?
  Fri. 6/22/12 8:53am duke:

At least on the radio, no one knows you're naked.
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 8:55am Doug Schulkind:

No Van, it is an elderly blind Japanese woman, traveling from village to village playing for scraps and a spot of floor to sleep on.

@Duke
But they CAN hear you scream "I'm naked" on the radio
  Fri. 6/22/12 8:55am listener james from westwood:

an honor, annie! glad to have helped and eager to see the swag!
  Fri. 6/22/12 8:58am ndbob:

morning Doug and everyone!
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 9:01am Doug Schulkind:

Everyone (in unison): Hi ndbob!
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:03am listener james from westwood:

howdy ndbob!
i'm copyediting a book about bourbon. annie's mug would come in handy right about now....
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:05am Shaun:

An elderly blind Japanese woman playing for scraps because filesharing stole her livelihood according to David Lowery.
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:06am Brian in UK:

Mornin' boss. dog ate the homework. I'm on holiday next two weeks, do I care. Nyah.
Hello ndbob.
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:08am Brian in UK:

LJfW, does copyediting mean proofreading. The reason I ask is that my daughter is thinking of heading in that direction and needs some compass guidance in that direction. Like how do you get trained/started?
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 9:10am Doug Schulkind:

You've ripped the lid off the beehive, Shaun. And yes, beehives have lids.

Greetings vacationing Brian in UK!
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 9:12am Doug Schulkind:

INTERESTING DEVELOPMENT ALERT...
Apparently, my first Mining the Audio Motherlode has been posted at Huffington Post: huff.to...

Complete surprise to me! I was still waiting instructions on how to format it for HuffPo. Nice for someone else to do the work!
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:12am Paul Sherratt:

Brian,
Holiday weather in Watford ?
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:13am listener james from westwood:

copyediting and proofreading are separate stages. or at least they should be. sometimes the former is done during the latter, which can be a mess. sign of cheapness on a publisher's part.
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:14am listener james from westwood:

congrats, doug! may the gates open wide to new drummer lis'ners across the schedule!
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:16am Brian in UK:

Paul, you kidding, off to Dumfries & Galloway tomorrow. Sawney Bean country.
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:16am listener james from westwood:

brian, copyediting occurs before the work is set in type, and is the stage where grammar, spelling, punctuation, consistency, and adherence to standard style are all addressed. the editor makes corrections and queries the author and/or production editor to iron out inconsistencies, secure missing info, fix incomplete references, verify facts, and the like. can be light or a virtual rewrite (we call that developmental editing).
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:16am duke:

Cool! Huffington Post finally makes the big time. Doug adds class to HuffPost.
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:16am Van in DC:

Very nice!
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:18am Paul Sherratt:

This cumbia reminds me that there are two films with the title ' El Acordéon Del Diablo ' Best plan is to try and see both !
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:18am listener james from westwood:

proofreading is simpler: the proofer sticks to ensuring that the ms was set in type correctly. you check headings, scan type (sometimes vs. the original manuscript), check page numbering vs table of contents, and give it a final read. if any stray editing/factual problems did survive copyediting, it's sporting to at least flag them for the production editor and/or author. sometimes you can just fix them. can be done on paper or pdf.
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:18am Brian in UK:

james, so copyediting can be really fundamental to the formatting of the book?
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:19am Paul Sherratt:

>>off to Dumfries & Galloway tomorrow.

By boat ?
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:20am listener james from westwood:

brian, feel free to quote me on those to yr daughter. for more detail, how to get started, that sort of thing, i'm happy to answer her or your questions directly at my email: james dot fraleigh at gmail dot com
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:20am Brian in UK:

Dog paddle!
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:20am tr[sh:

Oh! I'm listening to main wfmu stream. An exclamation point interjects ears and eyes. ('morning.)
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:21am Brian in UK:

Thanks so much, james.
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:22am Paul Sherratt:

We had a grand retriever called ' Louie, Louie ' Plan for him to meet up with lovely Richard Berry was scuppered by song's creator's far too early passing.
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 9:22am Doug Schulkind:

One problem with my bio on Huffington: It says I "hosted" Give the Drummer Some on WFMU! Now I know FOR A FACT that I am still doing the show. Guess how I know...
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:22am listener james from westwood:

brian: not strictly to the formatting, although sometimes modern copyeditors will be asked to apply character or paragraph styles in word, or apply xml coding, so when the ms is typeset, that coding will match the style selections in the publishing software and code text into the proper font, spacing, indent, etc. but copyediting itself doesn't affect formatting. that's the designer's task. but copyediting can affect the holy hell out of the readability and flow of the book.
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:24am charlie:

good morning! coming in on a great cover version!
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:24am listener james from westwood:

doug, if they revise that to "host" you should be back among the radio-active roster.
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:24am Amanda:

Morning all! Doug, big congrats on HuffPo! Te amo todos ustedes.
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:27am ndbob:

morning Charlie and Amanda.. James, everyone... need to go out in a few, but I will be back for about the last hour.
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:28am holland oats:

i think they meant 'toasted'
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:29am charlie:

Hiya Bob, Amanda, all...
Congrats on HuffPo piece, Doug! Make 'em change the bio line! At least you've got your plug at the bottom of the page, but still...
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:29am Michael:

morning all - just saw the Huff Post as well - congrats Doug!
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 9:30am Doug Schulkind:

Morning to you Chaz! and you too Holland Oats. And Michael even.
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:30am Brian in UK:

Carmichael will be bugged to miss this Spencer Davis 'cover'. Corre corre.
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:30am listener james from westwood:

morning charlie and amanda, and good friday to all!
doug, i have made with the tweeter and sent the huff-post to my gang. fly, my pretty!
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:32am Brian in UK:

james, I have passed that on to my daughter. She will be in touch. Muchas gracias, amigo.
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:34am ndbob:

adding my congrats Doug re the Huffington Post
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:35am annie:

trivial but good to know: on the progress of my adapting to the loss of my french press: i started using a glass percolator... drip basket et al.. after two days of the weak-coffee trial, i had a brain-storm to just revert back to cowboy coffee.... a million times darker, richer and yummier..
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:39am monica:

morning doug & co.! we're schvitzing over here in nyc but the cool tunes are a comfort. yo, chaz, got a link for that huffpo piece?
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 9:41am Doug Schulkind:

Hey hey Monica, steamy here in Steeltown, too. That Huff link: huff.to...
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 9:42am Doug Schulkind:

Important question: What is a Veegalopps? (The answer is coming up.)
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:43am listener james from westwood:

the concept of cowboy coffee makes me want to return to my three-dose-daily caffeine habit, rather than my one weekend cup over the newspaper.
morning, monica!
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:44am seang:

now we be houserockin!!
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 9:46am Doug Schulkind:

You too can go to a BBQ with Miss Veegalopps: bit.ly...
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:46am still b/p:

Was just mentioning on Duane's show last week that Why Can't We Live Together has stepped fully into the spotlight in my head in recent weeks. So I WILL I WILL I WILL be checking that live version. The stars and the spotlight and the Drummer and unlikely huffles are aligned.
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:48am charlie:

Hi Monica -- Doug beat me to the link!
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 9:48am Doug Schulkind:

Hearing Timmy Thomas perform that live in South Africa is an amazing thing, still b/p. I almost cried. (But I cry at everything.)
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 9:50am Doug Schulkind:

I still think it's bizarre to hire a guitarist for a Muddy Waters record, but the exalted Pete Cosey (R.I.P.) got the call for this session.
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 9:51am Doug Schulkind:

Being crossposted on Huffington Post is all part of my highly successful Get Poor Quick scheme.
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:54am monica:

chaz, as a result, your check is NOT in the mail (place insufferable emoticon here).
  Fri. 6/22/12 9:58am charlie:

All part of my highly successful Get Poor Quick Scheme (I owe Doug a nickel now).
  Fri. 6/22/12 10:01am Holly in NC:

Morning Doug & all!
HuffPo congrats, Doug - I already RTd to my, er, probably 1? twitter follower who doesn't already follow you ;-)
AND I became your first HUffPo fan, I think. FIRST!
  Fri. 6/22/12 10:02am Brian in UK:

King Snake, should have been Trouser Snake.
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 10:03am Doug Schulkind:

Holly, I should have told YOU FIRST, seeing as how you adopted our fair Miner!
  Fri. 6/22/12 10:06am Hugo:

That Muddy Waters piece was amazing! Pete Cosey, no wonder!
  Fri. 6/22/12 10:07am Brian in UK:

What's the Japanese instrument called with the giant triangular looking plectrum and two or three strings?
  Fri. 6/22/12 10:08am annie:

oh yes, a synchronistic moment yesterday!!
i was standing at the bus stop after having had breakfast at sunny point cafe and a delivery truck drove in with some very tasty locally produced meats. the back of his truck had a WFMU bumper sticker on it! i shouted out a hello to him and gave him a high 5 for the support; turns out he is yet another deejay at AFM!!!.. and the circle closes in! yes!
  Fri. 6/22/12 10:09am holland oats:

@brian veegalopps?
  Fri. 6/22/12 10:11am Brian in UK:

holland oats, near miss.
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 10:11am Doug Schulkind:

The old woman depicted atop the playlist page today is a goze. (We are listening to a goze right now.) I blogged about these amazing musicians in WFMU's blog here:

bit.ly...
  Fri. 6/22/12 10:12am charlie:

@Brian -- are you confusing the Japanese samisen (small rectangular body, kinda like Bo Diddley's guitar) with the triangular balalaika?
  Fri. 6/22/12 10:14am holland oats:

500% More Veegalopps
  Fri. 6/22/12 10:17am Brian in UK:

@charlie that's it the samisen, I can never retain the name in my head. Glad you can. I seem to remember it from Kurosawa films. Still got a thing about a pick in my head, that sounds odder than it should.
I will probably ask the same question in another year or so.
  Fri. 6/22/12 10:18am holland oats:

plectern!
  Fri. 6/22/12 10:19am holland oats:

er, plecturn. hey you know what? why don't i stop now.
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 10:20am Doug Schulkind:

One good plecturn deserves another, holland oats.
  Fri. 6/22/12 10:24am Brian in UK:

The vessel with the pestle in the brew that is true.
  Fri. 6/22/12 10:24am Parq:

Belated good mornings, all. I took the morning off to have a good old sleep-in, and now am free to join the crowd for the rest of the show.
  Fri. 6/22/12 10:25am Brian in UK:

Great set, boss.
  Fri. 6/22/12 10:25am still b/p:

Maybe you discussed this already as it was coming up...So I'm noting how Masato Tomobe sounds like 45-year-ago Dylan-san, then I saw where Ramblin' Jack said this guy sounded like "the Japanese Bob Dylan."
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 10:25am Doug Schulkind:

Well parq yerself down and have a listen.
  Fri. 6/22/12 10:27am Brian in UK:

Found it, man using paint scraper.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvh1cPpryZ4
  Fri. 6/22/12 10:39am holland oats:

...but can he scrape paint?
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 10:40am Doug Schulkind:

Back to Japan with this Evan Parker boffo solo performance. Live in Hadano, 1972. The album cover features Parker playing a soprano sax and two dear Japanese tikes covering their ears in horror/wonder.
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 10:42am Doug Schulkind:

Speaking of saxophonists, the amazing Getatchew Mekuria is touring again with The Ex this summer. Surprisingly, they are not coming to Pittsburgh:

06/07 AMSTERDAM (Netherlands)- Bimhuis Roots Festival

07/07 KONGSBERG (Norway)- Jazz Festival

08/07 COPENHAGEN (Denmark) – Jazz Festival

10/07 PARIS (France) – Gaité Lyrique

14/07 GRONINGEN- Vera

15/07 DOUR (Belgium) – Pop Festival

16/07 NIJMEGEN – de-Affaire Festival
  Fri. 6/22/12 10:45am holland oats:

gots to boogie - thanks again doug - good weekend all!
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 10:46am Doug Schulkind:

Cheers to you, H.O.
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 10:58am Doug Schulkind:

If Vinny Golia was from New York, he'd be a legend.
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 11:00am Doug Schulkind:

Ooops! He was born in the Bronx!! Well, you get my point. (Or maybe not. The dude has been ripping a hole in the universe out in L.A. for a long time now.)
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:03am Matt from Springfield:

Finally got a moment to sneak in! Happy FryDay...er, Friday everyone! (Even if it's not baking where you are)
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 11:04am Doug Schulkind:

Hiya Matt. I saved you a cupcake.
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:05am Matt from Springfield:

Oh thank you Doug! As in End-of-the-Year party cupcake? Well I shouldn't worry, GTDR has summer sessions.
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:06am Hugo:

I do get your point. It seems that things happening on the left coast, jazz-wise, are always overshadowed by whatever happens in NY. Undeservedly.
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 11:07am Doug Schulkind:

Yes, Hugo, my point exactly.
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:08am ndbob:

and I'm back
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:10am Hugo:

Doug, heard of United Front? California-based early 80s jazz quartet. Amazing stuff.
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:10am Matt from Springfield:

And congrats on featured on HuffPo! Might bring a (still wider) audience in! Coincidentally I opened the page, which describes "Stephen McCraven - Wooley the Newt" right as I'm listening to it here! I wish it had more links to your playlists, to prove you are *currently* doing the show; though there is a link to your amazing Live In Africa show, and a good plug for Timmy Thomas there.
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:11am Van in DC:

I love those sets Doug
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:11am jk:

hi Doug, great set there.
If you want more comments maybe you should play a set of solo bass.
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:12am raissa:

we don't comment because we are digging the sounds so much, thanks doug!
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:12am Matt from Springfield:

@Doug: Just like live sets on the Mothership, particularly Brian Turner live performances. Comments go dead for like 45 minutes, but because we're listening intently and enjoying the music! A huge burst of thank you comments usually floods in as the interview wraps up.
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:13am listener james from westwood:

annie: it's been long enough that i forgot i wasn't in for a mug from afm, but a lovely logo-emblazoned glass! it just arrived today, in perfect shape and with a note (and smiley face) from annie herself. best of luck with the station!!
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:13am Holly in NC:

I'm leaving (& will be back!!!)

HOT. HOT. HOT. Decamping for a/c - $2.30 for delicious green tea + $ 1 tip = very, very small price to pay for serenity. Shout out to all indie coffee shops!
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:14am Holly in NC:

@Doug re comment dearth I was in the shower. Can't comment in the shower if you want me to continue commenting!
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:15am Matt from Springfield:

Or, rather: 1) take a nap, and 2) head out of town. If you're driving that is. Skynet hasn't fully automated our cars yet.
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 11:15am Doug Schulkind:

Stay very cool, Holly!
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:16am ndbob:

I've heard this ... ranks right up there with a kids answer record to "Ballad of the Green Berets"
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 11:17am Doug Schulkind:

I said 1972, but clearly it's from 1968. And from Mars.
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:18am Paul Sherratt:

Kathy H sounds a little like the ( then ) future Mrs Terry Allen !
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:18am charlie:

We're with you, Richard Nixon!
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:18am charlie:

I wonder how she felt five years later...
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:19am Matt from Springfield:

WFMU's Blog has TONS of professional and amateur "counter-revolutionary" singles from the 60s and 70s. "Keep America Beautiful" I think is a common heading.
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:19am Michael:

I'm with Dick!
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:20am Matt from Springfield:

Dolly's a sweetheart--I wouldn't mind her in the White House!
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:21am Paul Sherratt:

Does ol' Victor Lundberg emerge on the station very often, I'm wondering ?
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:21am listener james from westwood:

charlie, she probably made it onto nixon's enemies list.
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 11:22am Doug Schulkind:

@Matt from S
I nicked several of the tunes in this set from Listener Greg G's wonderful offerings on the WFMJ blog!
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:22am Matt from Springfield:

@NDbob: Did you ever hear Bob Seger's "Ballad of the Yellow Berets" cut? I don't recall seeing that on the Blog, it's extremely rare because Barry Sadler actually sued to stop its distribution. (At least Bob went anti-war quickly, released the landmark "2+2=?" just 2 years later).
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 11:23am Doug Schulkind:

One of Nixon's dirtiest dirty tricksters just died:

nyti.ms...
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:24am Carmichael:

Good morning, Doug and everyone.
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:24am Matt from Springfield:

Greg G--has he ever done a show here, or just an amazing archivist and collector? I always see terrific stuff from him!
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:25am charlie:

If you've never read Don Novello's book of letters to famous people, including many to Nixon, under the name Lazlo Toth, it's hilarious and highly recommended: http://amzn.to/MbWLR5
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:26am Michael:

Second that charlie - very funny book.
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:26am Matt from Springfield:

Morning Carm!
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 11:28am Doug Schulkind:

Greg G has been a guest a number of times. With Dave the Spazz I think.
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:30am listener james from westwood:

caulfield: not one of the finest citizens the bronx had to offer.
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 11:31am Doug Schulkind:

Lazlo Toth! Loved that book.
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:31am Paul Sherratt:

Merv cover: http://www.vinylvendors.com/Pictures/m/e/mervshiner400580.jpg
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:34am ndbob:

morning Carmichael!
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:34am Matt from Springfield:

Minnie!!! Didn't realize how socially conscious she was!
Forty years on, she's still pretty much spot on...
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 11:37am Doug Schulkind:

I kept anticipating a rightward lurch from Ms. Pearl, but she actually spoke truth to power!
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 11:38am Doug Schulkind:

We we're kinda hoping you'd come up with the "Nudist Colony" cover, Paul. Or maybe not.
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:39am ndbob:

@Matt yep - I once had the 45 of that actually
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:41am Matt from Springfield:

@NDbob: Wow! That's a slick find. You could play that back-to-back with "2 + 2 = ?" for some contrast!
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:45am Matt from Springfield:

Where is this song from?
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 11:47am Doug Schulkind:

Matt, this is from Benin. As was the opening track in this set.
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:48am Paul Sherratt:

Doug,
I tried but failed. Could only come up with covers of the transcripts of Westminster parliamentary debates. Not the same thing. http://cnx.org/content/m12814/latest/pardep.png
Yet ...
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:50am ndbob:

There's a great Bear Family collection "Next Stop is Vietnam", with the "Ballad of the Yellow Beret" "Kathy's Letter", and dozens of great topical songs.
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 11:50am Doug Schulkind:

But still obscene nonetheless, eh Paul?
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:51am Brian in UK:

Good show, Doug. See youse in a couple of weeks.
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:51am Matt from Springfield:

This is cool 70s production, along with what I guessed must be some West African language. I've loved Gabon's music for some time now, though since you introduced me to Benin lately I think I might enjoy their music even more.
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:51am Brian in UK:

Drive safely, it's always the others.
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:53am Paul Sherratt:

Doug,
More often than not, yes.
But what is Kirk looking at ?
http://www.vinylvendors.com/Pictures/k/i/kirkhansard390855.jpg
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:55am Parq:

Dug the background on "Nounangnon". Love what African musicians do with electric organs.
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 11:55am Doug Schulkind:

GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO PROGRAMMING ALERT...

Coming up on the stream immediately following the show:

Dolly Parton (Madam President!)
The Karpetbaggers
Floyd Morris
Lee Rogers
Edwin Starr
William Parker
Steve Reid
Jackson C. Frank
Central African pygmies
Mezz Mezzrow
Seleke Ngakane & the Dimes
Fela Ransome-Kuti
Rikki Ililonga
Hallelujah Chicken Run Band
Khun Paw Yann
Jaymanur Ajabek
Unknown Thai brass band
Manna Dey
and more
and more
and eternally more...
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:57am Michael:

Thanks Doug! Enjoy the weekend all!
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 11:58am Doug Schulkind:

Stay hydrated people!
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:58am charlie:

take a tizzy, y'all.
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:58am Paul Sherratt:

Super set, Mr DJ. Have a deserved nap
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:59am listener james from westwood:

loved the show! have a good nap, a safe drive, and a fine weekend. ta ta til next week, all!
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:59am Van in DC:

Thanks Doug! Safe & happy travels!
  Fri. 6/22/12 11:59am ndbob:

excellent show Doug!
Avatar Fri. 6/22/12 11:59am Doug Schulkind:

Cheers to you all. Thanks for hanging with me.
  Fri. 6/22/12 12:00pm Matt from Springfield:

We ALL feel good, John!
Another splendid program Doug, rest up and have a good trip!
  Fri. 6/22/12 12:02pm Parq:

You guys and my family and our home-brewed coffee. Can't beat it with a 2 by 4. Good week, all!
  Fri. 6/22/12 12:05pm Paul Sherratt:

Oh Dolly ...
  Fri. 6/22/12 12:11pm Paul Sherratt:

Oh Dolly contd.

Not too many songs kick off with the line " In this mental institution ... " nowadays
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cj1rrZuRsT8
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