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September 7, 2012 Options
This program is dirty and cheesy
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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)

The Winds of Harmony  Working on the Road   Options Silver Cross Gospel Story, Volume 1
(Wolf )
R.H. Harris & the Soul Stirrers  I Want to Rest   Options Father and Sons
(Spirit Feel )
Bill Moss & the Celestials  You've Got to Serve Somebody   Options Holy Spirit: Spiritual Soul and Gospel Funk From Shreveport's Jewel Records
(Harmless )
Silver Gate Quartet of North Carolina  We Did it Again (We Made Another Record for All Our Friends)   Options b/w Watch That Rogue
(Jewel )

Talkover Music:
Glenn Lee 
Joyful Sounds   Options Sacred Steel Instrumentals
(Arhoolie )

La Gloria Matancera (vocal: Caridad González)  Obatalá   Options El Limoncito
(Tumbao )
Pedro Flores  Yo No Se Nada   Options Pedro Flores 1933-1942
(Harlequin )
Andrés Jiménez  Despierta, Boricua   Options Como el Filo del Machete
(Paredon )
Aldemaro Romero  Pajarillo   Options El Fabuloso Aldemaro y Su Onda Nueva
(Musart 1971)
The Latin Dimensions  Mister Mood   Options Twistin' Rumble!! Volume 8
(n/a )
La Presada  Cumbia y Tambo (En la Lluvia)   Options Sofrito: International Soundclash
(Strut )

Talkover Music:
G.R.E.S. Mocidade Independente De Padre Miguel 
Apresentaçao   Options Capoeira: Musica de Grupos do Samba e Capoeira do Brasil
(Soul Jazz )

Ron Carter  Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise   Options Where?
(Status 1964)
Ray Draper  House of Davis   Options Tuba Sounds
(Prestige 1957)
Lotte Anker / Craig Taborn / Gerald Cleaver  Ritual   Options Floating Islands
(Ilk 2009)
Dennis González  Anthem for the Moment   Options A Matter of Blood
(Furthermore 2009)

Talkover Music:
Sonny Simmons 
Cosmic Funk   Options Jewels
(Boxholder 1991)

Amy Allison & David Scott  Paper Lifetime Guarantees   Options Turn Like the World Does
(My Dark Star 2012)
Gary Farr  In the Mud   Options Strange Fruit
(Columbia 1970)
Charlie Parr  Adrift in Lake Superior at Sunrise   Options Roustabout
(Misplaced Music 2008)
Bill Fay  Cosmic Concerto (LIfe Is People)   Options Life Is People
(Dead Oceans 2012)

Talkover Music:
Oliver Sain 
Night Time   Options St. Louis Breakdown: The Best of Oliver Sain
(AVI 1970s)

The Biafran Freedom Fighters  Tumbi Ibani   Options Igba na Egwu Ndi Biafra Ji na Anu Agha:
Drums and Chants of Fighting Biafra
(Afro Request )
De Wolfe Music Library  Amboasary Troupe   Options Africa
(De Wolfe 1973)
Orchestre du Jardin de Guinee  Belebele   Options Orchestre du Jardin de Guinee
(Syliphone )
Unidentified performers from Mukosso  Tshokwe   Options Mundenge: Brousse Rock Uit Zaire
(Wandelende Tak )
Awutolo & Fada  Akwuniko Omagba   Options Ogene Nkpakija Enugwu Ukwu
(Sam Mabel Agencies )

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

Dorothy Ashby  Soul Vibrations   Options Afro-Harping
(Cadet 1968)
The Dynamites feat. Charles Walker  Can't Have Enough   Options Burn it Down
(Thirty Tigers 2009)
Edd Henry  Two Heads Are Better Than One   Options b/w Soul Socking Time Baby
(Heavy Hank 1974)
The Undisputed Truth  Poontag   Options Higher Than High
(Gordy 1975)
Millie Jackson  If You're Not in Love By Monday   Options Behind Closed Doors:
Where Country Meets Soul
(Kent )
James Lewis & the Case of Tyme  Manifesto   Options b/w Some Call It Love
(Legend )
Otis G. Johnson  Time to Go Home   Options Personal Space: Electronic Soul 1974-1984
(Chocolate Industries )

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 9/7/12 7:58am Brian in UK:

Jan & Dean's 'Smurf City' springs to mind, Your Honour.
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 8:05am Doug Schulkind:

And their International #1 hit: 'Dead Man's Smurf'
  Fri. 9/7/12 8:22am Van in DC:

Doug wins the internet.

Good morning, I'll sit over in the back corner working away quietly :)
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 8:30am Doug Schulkind:

I never win anything! Thanks! Now I'll give it away to charity.
  Fri. 9/7/12 8:32am duke:

I'm properly attired as befits the dignity and seriousness of these proceedings.
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 8:36am Doug Schulkind:

Please refrain from making goofy faces at the defendant, Duke.
  Fri. 9/7/12 8:41am duke:

He started it, your Honor
  Fri. 9/7/12 8:47am Brian in UK:

Which numb nut has put chewing gum on the gavel?
With due respect Your Honour that goofy face is normal!!
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 8:50am Doug Schulkind:

OK, who is going to make the first Groucho Marx-style "Order in the Court" joke?
  Fri. 9/7/12 8:58am ndbob:

morning Doug and everyone!
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 8:59am Doug Schulkind:

ndbob!
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:00am listener james from westwood:

look at dougollini. an abject figure.
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:00am Van in DC:

Let's go! :)
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:01am listener james from westwood:

a great friday to all, and let musical justice be done!
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:01am mark:

I don't know about that, but art is art, isn't it? Still, on the other hand, water is water. And east is east and west is west and if you take cranberries and stew them like applesauce they taste much more like prunes than rhubarb does. Now you tell me what you know.
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 9:02am Doug Schulkind:

Hey, LJFW, blue-afro'd mutants are people too!
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:02am Blind Justice:

I'm all ears.
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 9:02am Doug Schulkind:

@Mark
I'll have what you're smoking.
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 9:05am Doug Schulkind:

@Blind Justice
Let's just hope you hear no evil.
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:05am kat330:

My eye sees the diastema before the blue face and afro.

Happy to see you here, Doug! Hi y'all!
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:06am ndbob:

morning kat!
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:07am kat330:

I just *bet* you'd like to be chicked. :)
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:07am kat330:

Yo, Bob!
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:07am Parq:

Our gain is your med mal trial lawyers' loss.
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:08am Parq:

And that photo is terrifying. Miss Monica, I know you're probably here; don't get any ideas.
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 9:10am Doug Schulkind:

Hiya kat330 and Parq!
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:11am Paul Mauriat:

Love is Blue x 2.
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:11am kat330:

@BrianinUK: Beginning only last week, BBC5-live has disallowed streaming on this side of the pond, so no more lippy Kermode live. Good news is that is one of this time slot's various competition blown away.
Doug, did you make that happen?? ;)
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:11am Hugo:

If Clint Eastwood donates something, would that be to chairity?

Hi all, reporting for listener duty back here in the office.

And thanks for the swag. has been appropriated by my son. I might get a wee look.

That pic was hairy!
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 9:13am Doug Schulkind:

The blue-afro'd mutant smurf maitre d'playlist appears on an album cover for a track to be played on today's show. Try to guess which.
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 9:15am Doug Schulkind:

@Paul Mauriat
Je t'aime!
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:15am Hugo:

moi non plus?
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 9:15am Doug Schulkind:

Top o' the afternoon to you, Hugo!
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 9:17am Doug Schulkind:

Surtout vous, Hugo.
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:17am Geoff Downie:

Love this version!
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 9:18am Doug Schulkind:

Howdy Geoff.
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:19am ndbob:

Indeed Geoff
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:19am Brian in UK:

I am guessing that R H Harris is pre Sam Cooke. I wanna testify now.
Good trip Hugo?
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 9:19am Doug Schulkind:

Next record coming up is straight from Kevin Nutt's Sinner's Crossroads library
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 9:20am Doug Schulkind:

And yes, Brian in UK, Sam C replaced R.H. with the SS.
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:20am dcp@:

sounds right.
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:20am Parq:

Great version of that Dylan song opens the tribute comp "Gotta Serve Somebody: Gospel Songs Bob Dylan".
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:23am Hugo:

@Brian: Very fine trip. Pleasant weather, not too cool, not too hot. Nairobi is at 1600 meters altitude, so it never gets sticky. Mombasa is a different story. And I came back with a stack of Awesome Tapes from Kenya!
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:23am kat330:

Brian, I thought you might offer some insight why suddenly we can't stream some BBC programming? I've asked Mayo by email and Philo asked at the blog, no one's responding. Weird.
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:27am listener james from westwood:

hugo, now that's the type of african hunting expedition i can get behind!
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:29am Brian in UK:

kat It is news to me. I sent a link on another programme to a Radio 3 Prom show & as far as I know the FMU listeners could pick it up. Try this. Click on Listen Now.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01mdgsy
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:32am kat330:

That works just fine, Brian! Hm, must be some sort of contract / licensing thing. Annoying that no one will post an explanation or answer direct email.
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:33am kat330:

Or like I said, Doug used his magic wand to quash the competition :)
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:33am Brian in UK:

kat, one of the listeners is maestroso who is on Scott's board now.
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 9:33am Doug Schulkind:

You can find this Andrés Jiménez record here:

bit.ly...
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:34am kat330:

BTW, really enjoying the rhythms in this set.
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 9:36am Doug Schulkind:

Thank you kat330. I am following the rhythm method here.
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:36am kat330:

Thanks, Doug.
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:38am still b/p:

Who could ask for anything more?
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:40am kat330:

Re: Jiménez link: Where are those warriors taking those exclamation points?
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:40am Brian in UK:

kat maestroso is not a Mayo fan as far as I know? More confused as you can pick up the Bach but not Mayo. That link is worth a listen as Cameron Crawford plays the Royal Albert Hall organ. Over to you, Doug.
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 9:41am Doug Schulkind:

You could always ask, still b/p.
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:42am Oliver T.:

Please, sir...
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:43am Brian in UK:

Is that Benny More?
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:43am Maggie B:

Wepa!!!!
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:43am Hugo:

By the way, there is a snazzy programme that will download BBC radio programmes as if they were podcasts.

http://www.nerdoftheherd.com/tools/radiodld/

With this you don't have to listen live. Subscribe to programmes and they will be automatically downloaded to your computer. These will also cover local programmes, not only the main radio stations. So you can get your Northern Soul fix care of Radio Leeds or Lancashire or something.
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:44am kat330:

@Brian: Ah, well, I made that assumption, which I suppose must be confusing everyone over Scott's list. Par for my course.

No, I think there is a licensing issue specifically with the Kermode / Mayo show, or perhaps all of 5-Live ? Maybe it is waiting to be resolved, and that is why they're not responding to questions. Makes my Friday mornings less complicated.
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:45am kat330:

@Hugo: Oh, we were getting the Kermode podcasts years before I started listening live. So we're back to podcasts the past couple of weeks.
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:48am Brian in UK:

kat some of the progammes are bought in, for what it's worth.

Anyone heard from fishmonkeystew recently & his project?
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:48am kat330:

Shake it, shake it, shake it!
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:51am still b/p:

I sat in on a friend's community radio show yesterday. Allowed to pick some songs, on a show with a significant "Americana" flavor, I included a cumbia by Chicha Libre. Couldn't he'p it. Americas-ana.
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:53am ndbob:

cool and crisp here - it might get down into the 30s this weekend overnight
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:53am listener james from westwood:

this g.r.e.s. cut is magnificent.
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:55am kat330:

@Bob: Yes, you're coming our way -- bring it on! We are supposed to have highs in the upper 70s only this weekend, but I see back to our usual 90s by next week's end. So tired of 90+.
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:55am kat330:

Isn't it, LJfW -- I can't stop moving in my chair. :)
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:57am ndbob:

@kat Had a lot of hot and humid weather when I was back in Maryland... here in ND it can be extremely variable this time of year - was in the 90s right before I got back here
  Fri. 9/7/12 9:58am Brian in UK:

Le Kaminski Peripatectic.
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 9:59am Doug Schulkind:

@still b/p
Chicha means never having to say you're sorry.

@LJFW
I don't play that G.R.E.S. cut enough as talkover. I think the reason, in part, is because there is so much to type in the playlist for it. Too daunting when I'm in a crunch.

I know, I know, that's no excuse.
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:00am listener james from westwood:

ndbob, i like the sound of that. i'm quite sick of running my ac all day. we had 2 days recently where i could work and sleep w my windows open. looking forward to many more.
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:03am kat330:

@Doug: Make it into a one-key macro.
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 10:05am Doug Schulkind:

@kat330
I appoint you GTDS commissioner in charge of one-key macros. Congratulations!
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:08am kat330:

Heh, I was just waiting for you to ask how. Last time I made up macros was probably, um, on either a TRS-80 or maybe a Windows XT. For some reason had a lot of uses I don't find anymore.
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:10am Van in DC:

Enjoying today's ♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫ :)
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 10:10am Doug Schulkind:

Oh, I thought a one-finger macro was an easy baked pasta dish with multiple cheeses.
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:11am kat330:

@Doug: :) Our gain is your fellow prospective jury members' loss.
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:12am duke:

Isn't a one-finger macro what rude drivers give each other?
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:12am lewis:

late joining the party - good morning all. @Listener James... indeed some wonderful air from up north has penetrated in to the twin cities and I am looking forward to removing the AC from its summer windows!
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:14am kat330:

@duke: Doug made it sound like something both dirty and cheesy.
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:17am kat330:

@lewis: Only time we've had windows open for, sheesh, seems like weeks was when a storm blew through on Wed. and knocked our power out for over 2 hours. This weekend though, yes, fresh air!
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:19am jill:

sorry drummer, i always forget about that.
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:22am Van in DC:

I gotta get me this album
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:24am kat330:

Lotte's a real credit to her sax.
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:24am Van in DC:

What a terrific review of this album

http://freejazz-stef.blogspot.com/2009/11/lotte-anker-craig-taborn-gerald-cleaver.html
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 10:25am Doug Schulkind:

@Van
Wish I could provide a link, but the blog that shared it is kaput.

@Jill
Sometimes the Facebook message bloops sound good! No worries.
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 10:25am Doug Schulkind:

D:O Radio played this record back in May on their show. Sooo great!
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:33am Andy in San Diego:

Buenos dias, mis amigos.
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:34am kat330:

Lovely city you're in, Andy!
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:41am Jeff G:

Speaking of "Softly" (sorta), just poking in to say happy bday Sonny Rollins. Eighty-two today!
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:43am Jeff G:

@Van: I think that's the review that hipped D:O to that Floating Islands record.
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 10:43am Doug Schulkind:

Blessings to you, Andy in Sandy.

Thanks for all the turn-ons Jeff G. — of D:O Radio :)
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:45am Jeff G:

Actually, scratch that. I think it was on a best-of-year list at Avant Music News (http://avantmusicnews.com/), which doesn't have a lot of original content, but does have some very fine off-the-beaten track selections when they put together year-enders (which sadly isn't every year...).
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:46am Jeff G:

Speaking of turn-ons, thanks for the plug, Doug! <DougPlug™>
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 10:48am Doug Schulkind:

GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO PROGRAMMING ALERT...
Don't forget that another hour of great radio/audio follows this show at noon (Eastern) with A ROUGH MIX from Steinski.

Playlist here:
bit.ly...
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:49am Jeff G:

<DougPlug™>
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:51am Brian in UK:

Who's next MA & PA Copper?
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 10:51am Doug Schulkind:

Way better than <ButtPlug™>
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 10:51am Doug Schulkind:

Devastating new one from the great Bill Fay here. Wow.
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:52am Hugo:

I have a vague feeling I've heard this Gary Farr track before. Vague as in misty memory.
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:53am Matt from Springfield:

Phew! Late today, but the morning seems to be settling down. That's the problem with short weeks!

Hello Doug! Hello Drummer-somers!
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 10:54am Doug Schulkind:

@Matt from Sp
OK, now I'll play all the good shit.
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:55am Jeff G:

Just catching up to Bill Fay given the hoopla around this new one. Recs on where to begin?

@Doug: if you say so ;)
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:55am Matt from Springfield:

Nuts! I gotta listen to that G.R.E.S. talkover music, it's gotten such rave reviews!
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:57am Matt from Springfield:

You're too much, Doug! :)
Unless this is like Eddie Murphy's "White Like Me" (SNL '83--written by our own Andy Breckman!), where a party suddenly starts when I enter!
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 10:57am Doug Schulkind:

My first introduction to Bill Fay was the compy of demos and home recordings "From the Bottom of an Old Grandfather Clock" on Wooden Hill. I adored it straightaway.
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:57am Van in DC:

Good call on this Doug. Very nice indeed.
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:58am ndbob:

Agreed Van - don't think I've ever heard him before
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:58am kat330:

Geez, I go into the kitchen for a few minutes, and the room comes alive! Hiya, Matt!

Doug, your one-finger macro inspired to make a pasta sauce for tonight, thus my kitchen duty.
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 10:58am Doug Schulkind:

This track sounds to me like some long lost Randy Newman performance. Which is a good thing.
  Fri. 9/7/12 10:59am Van in DC:

Might have to check that Bill Fay album out as well :)
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:01am Matt from Springfield:

Doug's Sain is our gain!

Hi kat! Was the last set jazz cuts, you know everyone goes silent and rapt when those come on!
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:02am Jeff G:

For any Spotifiers out there, most of Fay's catalog is, surprisingly, streamable.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:02am Van in DC:

Yes Matt we have been utterly transfixed by the awesomeness of the tunes to even think to comment :)
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:04am Van in DC:

Wow this is nice
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:04am kat330:

As a morning person, I am fully behind the sunrise vibe, Doug.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:04am Matt from Springfield:

Bill Fay's "first new studio LP in over 40 years" -- and there was his 60s and 70s material, this is a great new lead for me as well. Bill Fay is worth checking out!
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:06am ndbob:

I never was a morning person, but in the last year or so I'm really becoming one
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:07am kat330:

2012 seems to have brought a ton of artists out of hiding. Must be that end-of-the-world in December dealie.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:08am duke:

@Doug It's pretty much impossible to top Billie Holiday on anything. A few people do come close . Early Lou Rawls doing God Bless the Child comes to mind. I don't don't most people would have nerve to try Strange Fruit.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:09am Matt from Springfield:

@Van: The brain's hippocampus is totally enthralled by the music in long sets, that upon finishing it's like waking from a dream, and you remember you need to comment! Or even go to the bathroom...
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 11:09am Doug Schulkind:

@duke
Exactly.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:12am ndbob:

yep Matt
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:14am Matt from Springfield:

Perhaps on this board only Van is also aware of the Cocteau Twins' "Strange Fruit" cover -- that works, but by accentuating the really dark, goth sounds of the group. It's musically intense, less than two minutes, and Liz Fraser herself had to be a great vocalist to pull even that off. I agree it's hard to cover that.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:14am Van in DC:

Liz Fraser = awesomeness :)
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:16am Matt from Springfield:

Hi NDBob!
Likewise, I'm a solid non-morning person, but I've found it to be better if I wake up really early, when it's still "night" out. There's a calming stillness to it, and the late night feel that I love. If I need to be up really early, that's what I do now.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:18am Van in DC:

You sure are Matt. You're always on Julie's live playlist and I can never even make it by the end of show. Thank goodness for archives :)
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:19am Matt from Springfield:

ITA Van! :)
I love Meghan's anecdote on first learning about the CTs from someone else, and they said "I don't know who *these two girls* are!" ;D
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:19am ndbob:

I noticed that when I was on eastern time this summer, I never really adjusted to the change in time and slept an hour later - getting up a little after 7 now allows me to be ready for the start of GTDS
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:20am kat330:

@Matt: The decade I was on the stage I obviously had to become a night person, but my essence fought it. I have the genes of Hoosier farmers after all.
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 11:20am Doug Schulkind:

I am so NOT a morning person. When I first got the 9-noon time slot in 1995 I was completely freaked out. Turns out, I love being on at this time. Wouldn't trade it for anything (unless it came with a salary maybe).
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:22am ndbob:

@kat I though of you when I drove through Indiana - a bit north of where you are however
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:22am Matt from Springfield:

@Van: Julie's show is what done did it! Though normally I only try for that some Thursdays after going to bed early, and I still do on Monday evenings (even w/o an early DNoTS, I've found it helps the stress of a first day back in the grind.)
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:22am Ugly C.:

Sometimes a thousand twangling instruments
Will hum about mine ears, and sometime voices
That, if I then had waked after long sleep,
Will make me sleep again: and then, in dreaming,
The clouds methought would open and show riches
Ready to drop upon me that, when I waked,
I cried to dream again.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:23am kat330:

@Bob: Oh, that's the boring part of Indiana -- all flat. Down here we have the Knobs. :)
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:24am ndbob:

@Kat - I've been to your part of Indiana a couple times - down I - 65 to Louisville then west to Evansville
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 11:25am Doug Schulkind:

@Ugly
I C what you mean.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:25am Jeff G:

I've got to run -- Invisible Obama needs my chair.
THANKS FOR THE SWELL SOUNDS, as ever, Doug, and hope to visit with some of you on Monday at noon -- same Bat Channel!
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:26am kat330:

When will they invent an app to send aromas through one computer out to others -- the bubbling sauce is filling the whole house with such a wonderful smell.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:27am Van in DC:

Bye Jeff, wish I could catch your show someday but as Irene's adopter, well, you know... :)
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 11:27am Doug Schulkind:

@Jeff G.
It'll be a radio Bat Mitzvah. Or something...
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:28am ndbob:

@kat that would be nice - bubbling sauces are a rarity for me
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:28am listener james from westwood:

ever since i started working from a home office, the spring ahead has screwed me up for weeks after it hits. probably b/c the desk faces out a window so i know where the sun is more than i used to in a cube.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:30am Jeff G:

@Van: archives, my man; archives! (Plus, hell, if we weren't doing D:O Radio at the same time, we'd probably have Irene on, too.)
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:31am kat330:

Speaking of DST: Does anyone know WHICH time is the actual time before the nonsense? I think my body cells remember because I have a harder time adjusting only the one time a year, not both.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:32am Van in DC:

I have to go too. Thank you Doug, great show, greatly enjoyed, and will be greatly appreciated on the archives later.

@Jeff G - I will have to check D.O. out on archive as well :)

Ya'll all have a wonderful weekend!
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:32am kat330:

Yes, Jeff G. Irene's the issue for me as well. And archives, it's not easy finding the time for those either. But I'm making it a point of trying starting this Monday. :)
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:33am kat330:

Bye, Van!
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:33am ndbob:

@kat It's all a matter of standardization - DST was originally adopted as a means of saving energy - before the 1880s there was no standard time -
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:34am listener james from westwood:

this is my absolute favorite dorothy ashby cut.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:34am trish:

And timezones for the trains. Hi everyone. Good listening, Doug.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:34am listener james from westwood:

later on, van! stay outta trouble, or at least bring back interesting stories from it!
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 11:34am Doug Schulkind:

Bye cousin Van. Bye brother Jeff.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:35am Rasputin's Hash:

Hi everyone,
very tripped out Dorothy!
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:35am ndbob:

yep Trish
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:36am Matt from Springfield:

Peace out Van!
I need to check out a D:O Archive as well, Jeff G!
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:36am trish:

"Standard Time in the US Standard time in time zones was instituted in the U.S. and Canada by the railroads on 18 November 1883."
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 11:37am Doug Schulkind:

Hi Trishy! Hi Raspy!
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:37am monica:

been ridin' shotgun all morning, doug. sounding sublime as ever.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:38am kat330:

@Bob: Not explaining what I mean very well -- yes, I know why DST was instituted, but there was some agreement in a given region on what time it was. Whatever that IS/was is what my body wants to believe -- not the creation of an hour ahead and then behind again.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:38am Rasputin's Hash:

take it you were not selected for Jury service Doug?
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:39am Matt from Springfield:

@Doug: Everytime I hear some soul like this in a new release, I have to ask: is this old music, or new music that sounds like old music?

(If the listener can't tell the difference, then the artist has already passed the test, IMO :)
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:39am trish:

A standardized system was first used in 1847 in Great Britain. Again with the train schedules. Standardized got standardized in the 1870s and 80s. Wiki has a good entry : 'Standard_time"
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:40am Matt from Springfield:

Shhh, RH! He's quietly running the show from the jury box, don't get him caught!
(I love your choice of moniker, btw!)
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:41am kat330:

IOW, I have a much easier time adjusting to Spring Forward than I do to Fall Behind, the opposite of many people, and I wonder if the "real" time is the one we adopt in Spring.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:41am trish:

Trains before energy is how it unrolled I guess is what I'm trying to say.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:42am Matt from Springfield:

@kat: I think you're asking which is the change--the hour forward or hour back? The winter time is the "original" time. We are said to be "off" Daylight Savings then. The modification is the hour forward in the spring, when we go "on" DST. The hour forward is what was instituted, if that's what you mean.
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 11:42am Doug Schulkind:

Two d's in Edd are better than one.

@Raspu
I spent a day at jury duty but didn't get picked for a jury. Was interviewed for a medical malpractice suit, but I didn't make the cut.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:42am Rasputin's Hash:

Matt,
I think thats what the band Rasputin's Stash really wanted to call themselves - by the way these last two funky psyche tracks remind me of that band!
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:42am still b/p:

11 Angry Men and a Mensch.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:43am kat330:

@Matt: Yeah, I was thinking it would be cool if Doug did a Ken number with wireless mics and all -- I think it might be a bit difficult to get past the courthouse screening though.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:43am ndbob:

@kat I'm not sure that there really is any correct time for your body other then a rough correlation between day and night cycles
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 11:45am Doug Schulkind:

You will find the source of today's playlist art here:

bit.ly...
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:47am Matt from Springfield:

@RH: I should check out Rasputin's Stash then, I'm digging these funky tracks myself!
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:47am kat330:

No caravan groove today so Van Groove instead.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:48am northguineahills:

I knew it must be Friday b/c I had "Caravan" playing in my dreams this morning.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:49am Matt from Springfield:

Undisputed Truth -- coulda SWORN this was going to be MILLIE JACKSON!
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:49am Matt from Springfield:

Oh, disregard, my instinct was right--the title I was looking at was off :)
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:49am northguineahills:

woah that was spooky kat, your comment hadn't come up when I typed mine.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:50am Matt from Springfield:

That said -- YEAH MILLIE!!
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:50am Rasputin's Hash:

Doug,
which band was that did Neanderthal and Its Just Begun?
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:50am kat330:

@ngh: Huh, I had Sabre Dance in my head this morning.
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 11:50am Doug Schulkind:

I would pay cash to hear Millie Jackson sing this with Merle Haggard. A lotta cash.
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 11:51am Doug Schulkind:

@Rasputin
You thinking of Jimmy Castor's "It's Just Begun" and "Troglodyte" ??
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:51am kat330:

:)
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:51am Matt from Springfield:

@kat: What's your local jinx again, the pinky thing? :)
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:51am Rasputin's Hash:

remember seeing some of her x rated tv shows!
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:52am northguineahills:

I would pay money to see Merle Haggard live before he dies.
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:52am kat330:

[That smilie was for your question Matt -- got ahead of you.]
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:53am Rasputin's Hash:

yes Doug, thats it, just could not think of the name! GOTTA HAVE A WOMAN!
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:54am kat330:

Gotta tend to the boiling pot -- see y'all on the flip. If not, have a wonderful, *cooler* weekend everyone!
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:54am Matt from Springfield:

What a horn section A Case of Tyme has!
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:54am ndbob:

Bye for now kat!
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 11:56am Doug Schulkind:

Hope it's full of lobstah, kat330 (the boiling pot).
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:57am ndbob:

excellent show as always Doug!
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 11:58am Doug Schulkind:

My great pleasure, ndbob!
  Fri. 9/7/12 11:59am Matt from Springfield:

"Time to Go Home" -- hey hey, the weekend hasn't started *yet*!

Though I'm always glad to catch GTDS on the Fri morning before the weekend! Thanks Doug for your great selections!
  Fri. 9/7/12 12:01pm listener james from westwood:

man, that was a sweet show. glad we got the good stuff today instead of the pa justice system. thanks, doug!
Avatar Fri. 9/7/12 12:03pm Doug Schulkind:

You will always be my foreman, LJFW.
  Sat. 9/8/12 11:16am Van in DC:

Okay! Back for the last half hour that I missed. Hope you are having a good day!
  Sat. 9/8/12 11:42am Doug Schulkind:

I am sitting here downloading music. How bad a day could it be?!
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