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September 21, 2012 Options
Just dropped in to see what condition the human condition was in
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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)

Shalom Katz  Eil Malei Rachmim   Options String of Pearls: International 78s
(Canary )
Nubar Tekyay  Muhayyer Kürdili Taksim   Options Turkish Tradition: Masterpieces of Turkish Musical Culture
(JSP )
Shemon Aslan  Abdomun Mezari   Options What Remains of Eden:
Anatolian & Levantine Music 1928-1952
(Mississippi )
Bismillah Khan & Party  Shehnai instrumental   Options Travelling With My Portable Electric Phonograph
Volume 1
(Monk )
Olga Douli  Sia Miga / Karsilamas   Options Women of Rembetika
(JSP )
Demir Cholakov  Kyucheck Kurshilama   Options Outsinging the Nightingale:
Lost Treasures of Bulgarian Music
(JSP )
Jean Lumiere  Le Caravanier   Options Colonies
(Chansons Actualités 1940)

Talkover Music:
The Soul Brothers 
Fiddler on the Roof   Options Hot Shot
(Studio One 1967)

Booker T. Sapps  The Weeping Worry Blues   Options Red River Blues: 1934-1943
(Travelin' Man 1935)
Freddie Spruell  Low-Down Mississippi Bottom Man   Options Mississippi Blues, Volume 2 1926-1935
(Document )
Red Hot Ole Mose (Moses Mason)  Molly Man (Tamale Man)   Options b/w Shrimp Man
(Paramount 1928)
J.D. "Jelly Jaw" Short  Snake Doctor Blues   Options b/w Barefoot Blues
(Vocalion 1932)
Larry & Hank  Two Gun Green   Options The Blues / A New Generation
(Prestige 1965)
John Lee  Down at the Depot   Options b/w Alabama Boogie
(Federal 1951)
James "Bat" Robinson  Humming Blues   Options
(Champion 1931)

Talkover Music:
Clifford Coulter 
Big Fat Funky Shirley   Options East Side San Jose
(Impulse! 1970)

Camayenne Sofa  Itele   Options Spécial Xème Festival National
(Syliphone 1976)
Dionisio Maio  Nhó Manel   Options Dionisio Maio
(Monte Cara )
King Kennytone & His Western Toppers Band  Suzzy Twist   Options The International Vicious Society
Volume 4
(University of Vice )
Oriental Brothers International  Oriental's Special   Options Oriental's Special
(Afrodesia 1975)
Mawuli Decker  Lololi Lomko   Options Ayo Special
(Step 1983)

Talkover Music:
DJ Food 
Dub Lion (Remake)   Options Stop and Listen: Volume 1
(compiled by Dr. Bob Jones)
(BBE 1994)

Ruth Ben-Zvi  Gossip   Options Israeli Percussion
(Prestige 1962)
Gene Quill Quintet  Achilles' Heel   Options "The Tiger" Portrait of a Great Alto Player
(Fresh Sound 1955)
The Splinks (with Jaap Blonk)  Vreemd Lied   Options Vijftig-en-een-half
(Kontrans )
Egisto Macchi  Ritmica   Options Contemporanea
(Gemelli 1975)

Talkover Music:
Nino Rota 
The Clowns (pt. 2)   Options The Clowns
(Cam 1971)

Franco Battiato  Da Oriente ad Occidente   Options Sulle Corde Di Aries
(Bla Bla 1973)
Maria Monti  Aria Terra Acqua E Sole   Options Il Bestiario
(Ri-Fi 1974)
Lucio Battisti  Prigioniero Del Mondo   Options Lucio Battisti
(Ricordi 1969)

Talkover Music:
Odell Brown & the Organ-izers 
Tough Tip   Options Ducky
(Cadet 1968)

24 Carat Black  Ghetto: Misfortune's Wealth   Options Ghetto: Misfortune's Wealth
(Stax 1973)
Dyke & the Blazers  Let's Do It Together   Options We Got More Soul
(BGP )
Sir Joe Quarterman & Free Soul  (I Got) So Much Trouble in Mind   Options (I Got) So Much Trouble in Mind
(GSF 1973)
Jacqueline Jones  One Monkey Can't the Show   Options Living in the Streets
(BGP 1971)
Lee Moses  Would You Give Up Everything   Options Time and Place
(Maple 1971)
Lee Fields  The Right Thing   Options Problems
(Soul Fire 2002)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 9/21/12 7:49am duke:

All of the clowns at the special congress of clowns came in the same car.
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 7:55am Doug Schulkind:

Let's hope it was a rugged, family-sized vehicle (pronounced VEE-hick-ull).
  Fri. 9/21/12 8:49am Merv:

Just read the newsletter-- The end of HBR! I thought it would never come...
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 8:52am Doug Schulkind:

@Merv
I have been silently praying that the folks from HBR start that series up again. In the meantime, you should be aware of their website:
hillbilly-researcher.blogspot.com
  Fri. 9/21/12 8:55am listener james from westwood:

can't sleep ... clowns will eat me ...
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 8:56am Doug Schulkind:

There was a "Please Don't Feed the Clowns" sign posted, but the clowns ate it.
  Fri. 9/21/12 8:59am Jeff G:

Pretty sure that's also the clown periodic table.
  Fri. 9/21/12 8:59am ndbob:

morning Doug and everyone!
  Fri. 9/21/12 8:59am Jeff G:

GAH. PERIODIC table.
MOAH COFFEE.
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 9:00am Doug Schulkind:

Hi Jeff and howdy ndbob.
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 9:00am Doug Schulkind:

Jeff, I will fix your typo for a small fee.
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:01am Jeff G:

FEE = pie in face, I'm guessing.
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:02am Merv:

Yup, I went to the website the other day because I was curious about the project... Interesting that the folks are from the UK... According to the post here: http://somelocalloser.blogspot.com/2011/07/hbr-cd-75-wheeling-west-virginia.html that website isn't actually related to the other hillbilly researcher...
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:03am listener james from westwood:

jeff g: those clowns on the right would be noble clowns, then.
morning everyone and happy friday!
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 9:04am Doug Schulkind:

@Merv
Wow, really? Different UK-based Hillbilly-Researchers? Who knew!
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 9:05am Doug Schulkind:

@Jeff
Bend down and smell my carnation.
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:06am Jeff G:

No way, Doug. Fool me once...

@ljfw: was thinking we could come up with new groupings. The Hat group; the Sads; the Balds; the Bow Ties etc.
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:08am Merv:

Hard to believe! I guess there's no evidence that hillbilly researcher website is from the UK though... Just the originals... Seems confusing- I'll stick to listening instead of researching...
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 9:09am Doug Schulkind:

@Merv
Take that straw outta your teeth when you do your researchin'. It's so undignified.
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:12am Jeff G:

This is good, but needs a bit more chchchchchchcchchchhhhhh...
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:16am dcp@:

hey man.
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 9:18am Doug Schulkind:

@Jeff
The chchchchch has been replaced by the nyuhnyuhnyuhnyuh.

Morning dcp!
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:18am Parq:

That's it; I'm changing the name of my autobiography to "Bend Down and Smell My Carnation". G'morning all.
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:19am kat330:

Send in the clowns? They're already here!

Hiya, Doug and fellow Givers!
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:20am dcp@:

double reeds! My daughter just took up the oboe.
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 9:22am Doug Schulkind:

Just keep reminding her, dcp, it's all about the embouchure.
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:23am Parq:

"Congress" of clowns "came" in the car -- huh-huh, huh-huh!
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:24am dcp@:

good advice Mr. Drummer, thanks.
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 9:25am Doug Schulkind:

@Parq
If you were looking for some parliamentary procedure, you're out of luck.
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:25am trish:

Make-up - you're not a clown without it.
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 9:26am Doug Schulkind:

@Jeff
Matt Shipp mentioned D:O on FB just now.
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:26am pgw in mntclr:

i had classes in high school with the oboe player of the school band. he pretty much had his reed in his mouth whenever he wasn't speaking.
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:27am trish:

FB ? Fulcrum Bias ?
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:28am ndbob:

great set here Doug!
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 9:28am Doug Schulkind:

Hello trish! (FB = Facebook, pre-make-up Face)
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:32am trish:

"They trust me... dumb fucks" - Mark Zuckerberg.
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:38am dcp@:

Wizard of Oz=fave film. My mother says indeed, her breath was taken away with the door to color scene. Biggest cinema moment in her childhood.
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:38am ?:

re: the Wizard of Oz, I think it is well-documented that people were gasping in the theaters when it switched to color. . .
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:39am still b/p:

Hullo. I'm cloudy and headachey this morning.
Clownliness is next to grogginess.
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:39am ndbob:

ever see any or the early, silent, Oz films?
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:39am Jeff G:

Speaking of Bismillah Khan, saw Rudresh Mahanthappa play last night. He is good at what he does. (Connection is that RM did a post for D:O once on Indian classical music, and hipped us to BK.)
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:41am ?:

@ndbob: didn't know there were such films. assume they are of different Oz-related stories? Any way to get them for personal home viewing (assuming they are good)?
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:41am Jeff G:

MP3 links are gone, but here is Rudresh's post: http://destination-out.com/?p=232
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:41am holland oats:

how you gonna fit all those songs into that tiny radio drumma?
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 9:43am Doug Schulkind:

@Holland Oats
At least it's not a tinny radio. (Oh yes it is.)
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:45am ndbob:

Im pretty sure they are on DVD - and some are on YouTube
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:46am ndbob:

there are 1910 - and 1925- versions of the wizard of oz - the patchwork girl of oz from 1914 etc
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:46am Brian in UK:

Hello Doug & folks, back from the country. Peaceful. Sky full of stars.
All these clowns & I can't see no politicians.
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:47am ndbob:

there's also a cd of songs from the 1903 musical
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 9:47am Doug Schulkind:

@Brian
How can you tell the difference? (Hey-Ohhh!)
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:49am dcp@:

whoa....never heard of Red Hot Ole Mose before. Nice.
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:49am holland oats:

really mansfield!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gwXJsWHupg
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:50am ?:

thx, ndbob. sappy, but true: it warms my heart that even in this day and age (internets, tv and computer screens every 2 seconds) when I showed the Wizard of Oz to my then-6 year old son he was blown away by the transition to color and loved the movie
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 9:52am Doug Schulkind:

Oops, forgot to say warm welcomings to you kat330!
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:53am ndbob:

the early Oz films are totally different from the 1939 one - the scarecrow is the star of the 1925 version
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:54am Jeff G:

...and we have a Disnified OZ coming next year to look forward to/dread...
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 9:56am Doug Schulkind:

@Jeff
No! That's actually horrifying.
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:56am dcp@:

ndbobo: wait, the Scarecrow ISN'T the star of the '39 version?
  Fri. 9/21/12 9:58am dcp@:

great set drummer.
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 10:00am Doug Schulkind:

@dcp
I am rocking in a fetal position, too.
  Fri. 9/21/12 10:00am ndbob:

@dcp the highlight of the 1914 patchwork girl of oz film is a cubist cat
  Fri. 9/21/12 10:01am Alex in Illinois:

But I'm not wearing make-up!! - Krusty the Clown
  Fri. 9/21/12 10:03am ndbob:

http://tinyurl.com/d627wmj
  Fri. 9/21/12 10:05am clown sez:

...cubist cat....by Piccatso?
  Fri. 9/21/12 10:09am Brian in UK:

'Old Mose Knows' (The Searchers)
  Fri. 9/21/12 10:13am ?:

liking the left turn this Camayenne Sofa just took
  Fri. 9/21/12 10:14am Brian in UK:

Vocals have a Mory Kante vibe, must be the Guinea connection.
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 10:14am Doug Schulkind:

Good morning Alex! (You've smeared lipstick on your teeth again.)
  Fri. 9/21/12 10:17am Hugo:

One of my all-time favourite words: Syliphone (after Ogun, of course).
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 10:19am Doug Schulkind:

@Hugo
There is a NICE Syliphone collection in this week's Motherlode.
  Fri. 9/21/12 10:21am Hugo:

Here is another nice Syliphone in my collection:

http://afrocubanlatinjazz4.blogspot.no/2011/12/camayenne-sofa-grands-pas-guinea1976.html
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 10:22am Doug Schulkind:

Some more nice African twisting here:

wrldsrv.blogspot.com...
  Fri. 9/21/12 10:22am Brian in UK:

Well Hugo I guess a clown would have a silly 'phone, probably spray you with water when it rings.
  Fri. 9/21/12 10:25am Hugo:

Brian, that'd be the latest in smartphones.
  Fri. 9/21/12 10:31am 3-ring tones:

When's Big Apple Circus releasing the newest piePhone?
  Fri. 9/21/12 10:32am Jeff G:

Ok, thanks, Drummer! Gotta run. Hope to see some of you on Monday at noon.

AND: happy (early) birthday, John Coltrane (9/23) (23/9, for Brian).
  Fri. 9/21/12 10:59am kat330:

I think I've spotted the Clown Congressman of Ireland. Which one represents US though?
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 11:03am Doug Schulkind:

Yeah, Ireland really goes the high-profile route. I think the U.S. clown was in the bathroom and missed the group photo.
  Fri. 9/21/12 11:14am Carmichael:

Yo Dougie and peoples. I have first dibs to bag on Irish politicians. Actually, 2nd dibs, cause I'm an export. Other David is our man on the ground in Eire.
  Fri. 9/21/12 11:15am kat330:

This Battiato is so very nice.
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 11:15am Doug Schulkind:

@Carm
You have all the dibs you want. Preferably with some nice BBQ sauce.
  Fri. 9/21/12 11:36am monica:

divine show today. doug! fyi:
Brazil Sends 'The Clown' to Foreign Oscar Race:
"The Clown" portrays a clown, played by Selton Mellow, who quits the circus and tries to make a living on the road in the 1970s.
  Fri. 9/21/12 11:38am joe:

'ello folks
just been creeping around the outskirts as I did not have access to a keyboard.
  Fri. 9/21/12 11:38am joe:

that picture is now my desktop. :)
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 11:39am Doug Schulkind:

Oh HEY Monica! The Brazilian clown at left is the one wearing nothing but pasties and a smile.

Hello Joe, say it IS so.
  Fri. 9/21/12 11:40am joe:

It is So!
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 11:42am Doug Schulkind:

The band backing Dyke here on this track will be featured on Steinski's ROUGH MIX show, coming up in 20 minutes here on the stream. The playlist for Steinski's show will be here:

bit.ly...
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 11:42am Doug Schulkind:

Thy will be done, Joe.
  Fri. 9/21/12 11:53am listener james from westwood:

bittersweet to realize we've reached the end of the steinski archive, but glad to have it all a couple of clicks away.
  Fri. 9/21/12 11:53am joe:

Oh no we only have like 2 Rough Mixes left right?
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 11:54am Doug Schulkind:

Sorry to say that today's Rough Mix is the final episode. You can access ALL of them (except today's, of course) here: wfmu.org...
  Fri. 9/21/12 11:56am Brian in UK:

Dontcha monkey wit da monkey. Nice trim presentation Mr Drummer.
  Fri. 9/21/12 11:56am ndbob:

great show as always Doug!
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 11:57am Doug Schulkind:

No monkeys were harmed during the production of this broadcast. (A few were witheringly humiliated, however.)
  Fri. 9/21/12 11:59am listener james from westwood:

this show burst outta the gate with that cantorial set and did. not. stop. well done and many thanks!
Avatar    Fri. 9/21/12 12:00pm Doug Schulkind:

Pleasing you pleases me, Listener James from Westwood.
  Fri. 9/21/12 12:02pm Carmichael:

See you, Doug. Hello Steinski.
  Fri. 9/21/12 12:05pm ?:

Great job Doug see you on the other side
  Fri. 9/21/12 12:05pm kat330:

TY Doug! This monkey appreciates what you bring to the jungle!
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