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October 5, 2012 Options
This program is what you hear when you drill a hole in that substrate
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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)

Mark Weinstein  Ochún   Options Cuban Roots
(Musicor 1967)
Domingo Cura  La Pesca Del Indio   Options Tiempo De Percusion:
An Anthology, 1971-77
(EM )
Grupo La Justicia  El Cimarron   Options Grupo La Justicia
(Gas 1979)
Los Corraleros de Majagual   El Toro Miura   Options Porros Solo Porros, Volume 4
(Discos Fuentes )
El Combo Xingú  493 West   Options Xingú
(IRT 1972)

Talkover Music:
Bobby Montez 
Kon-Tiki   Options Jungle Fantastique!
(Cu-Bop 1958)

Rev. W. Herbert Brewster & His Camp Meeting of the Air  Hope of This World is Jesus   Options It's Amazing: The Glorious Female Gospel 1947-1952
(P-Vine )
The Mighty Sons  Jesus Delivered Daniel   Options b/w Stand By Me
(Fine 1967)
Bishop Manning & the Manning Family  The Jealous Men and the Jealous Women   Options b/w I Am a Pilgrim and a Stranger
(Manning Big Sound )
The Skylifters  You Better Mind (pts. 1 & 2)   Options This May Be My Last Time Singing:
African-American Gosepl on 45 rpm 1957-1982
(Tomkins Square )
The Gospel Four  The Devil Don't Like It   Options b/w I've Been Changed
(D-Vine Spirituals )
Rev. Cleophus Robinson  Nothing But God's Word   Options Wrapped Up Tied Up Tangled Up
(Nashboro 1972)

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

Namphueng Phetuthai & Her Group  Bai Si Chao Ngo Rotchana   Options Anisong Kathin Phapa (1 & 2)
Fine Arts Department Band  Ying Thai Chai Ngan   Options Fine Arts Department Band
Phophin Phetlanna  Phophin Ma Laeo   Options Sao Samai
Roied Petchsiam  Hug Ai Bor   Options Theppabutr Productions:
The Man Behind the Molam Sound 1972-75
(ZudRangMa )
Paprung Phuuthai  Tue Dai Tue Pai   Options
The Impossibles  Mr. Slowly   Options Intercontinental Transmissions, Volume 1
(Kala Bandar 1971)
Yui Yardyer  Chern Term Sabai   Options Kon Thai Derm

Talkover Music:
Obeng Ungu & Jalan Buntu 
Rabu: Sakit Tangani   Options 1951: Sumatran Ladies Wearing Hats as Outlawed by Government
(Hot Air 2001)

Lake Howard  Little Annie   Options Radio and Record Star
(County 1935)
Nimrod Workman  42 Years   Options I Want to Go Where Things Are Beautiful
(Twos & Fews/Drag City 1982)
Ola Belle Reed  Tear Down the Fences   Options Rising Sun Melodies
(Smithsonian Folkways )
Jim White  Phone Booth in Heaven   Options Drill a Hole in that Substrate and Tell me What You See
(Luaka Bop 2004)
Michael Hurley  The Tea Song   Options Back Home with Drifting Woods
(Mississippi 1964)
Iris DeMent  Mornin' Glory   Options Sings the Delta
(Flariella 2012)

Talkover Music:
Rajery 
Embona   Options Resting Place of the Mists: New Valiha and Marovany Music from Madagascar
(Shanachie 1996)

Benny Soebardja & Lizard  Struggle for Life   Options The Lizard Years
(Light in the Attic )
Taherzadeh  Baaghe Geryeh   Options Zendooni: Funk, Psychedelia and Pop from the Iranian Pre-Revolution Generation
(Light in the Attic )
Sunil Ganguly  Hari Om Hari   Options Swinging Hits
(EMI 1981)
Alfonso Lovo  La Bomba De Neutrono   Options La Gigantona
(Numero Group 1976)

Talkover Music:
Odell Brown & the Organ-izers 
Tough Tip   Options

The JB's & Fred Wesley  Transmograpfication   Options The Lost Album
(Hip-O )
Melvin Van Peebles & Laxative  Lilly Done the Zampoughi Every Time I Pulled Her Coattail   Options Nahh...Nahh Mofo...Jus Some Plain Old Everyday RagedyAss...BaadAssss Funk
(Yeah, Inc. 2012)

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

Listener comments!

  Thu. 10/4/12 7:06pm kat330:

I'm a looper who miscalculated the exact time I was supposed to arrive in the future -- or was it the past? Anyhoo, a WAY early howdy-do Doug Drummer and drummer acolytes to come!
  Thu. 10/4/12 7:33pm Doug Schulkind:

@kat330
You are seriously screwing with the time-space continuum. (Now that I'm here, I like it in the future!)
  Fri. 10/5/12 8:16am duke:

Hi Doug and Kat from the future or past. I'm easily confused.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 8:18am Doug Schulkind:

Duke! I remember back when you were just a wee Earl. To the castle!
  Fri. 10/5/12 8:40am Brian in UK:

Greetings from the future. Well five hours ahead.
Duke, are you related to Motte & Bailey? Old type of fortification or solicitors.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 8:42am Doug Schulkind:

Hello Brian Brain in the UKKU!
  Fri. 10/5/12 8:44am OvQ:

gluten morgen
  Fri. 10/5/12 8:45am Hugo:

God ettermiddag!
  Fri. 10/5/12 8:50am Brian in UK:

Good Afternoon, Hugo.
  Fri. 10/5/12 8:52am listener james from westwood:

i hear "looper," i think of what big bird used to call mr. hooper. then i imagine mr. snuffaluffagus stomping romney into a chunky paste. and then i am happy.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 8:54am Doug Schulkind:

I bow low to you, Sir OcQ!

To God, I say Hugo ettermiddag!

Listener James, you are riding shotgun!
  Fri. 10/5/12 8:57am ndbob:

morning Doug and everyone!
  Fri. 10/5/12 8:58am kat330:

Hi again, Doug! Hi, Duke! If Doug didn't clarify, those time stamps at the top are from PM last night, not this AM!

Hello all latecomers! :)
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 8:58am Doug Schulkind:

Awright! ndbob is here.
  Fri. 10/5/12 8:58am kat330:

@Brian: I searched out that Nina cover of "Everyone's Gone to the Moon" and found it on YouTube. Reaction was first "wha?????" and then "whyyyy?" Makes you wonder if it was just to fulfill some contract obligation?
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:00am duke:

@Brian I'm related to the Duke of Earl
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:01am listener james from westwood:

good friday, all and hello, doug! shotgun it is!
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 9:01am Doug Schulkind:

Welcome back, again, kat330!
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:01am kat330:

@LJfW: You and Mitt! :)
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:02am Parq:

Annnd, we're off. The segue from the Cuban thing to Juju was a particularly good one.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:02am ndbob:

morning kat and everyone else!
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:03am kat330:

Is that supposed to be a cowbell the righthand guy's using as a weapon?

Hi, Bob!
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 9:04am Doug Schulkind:

Back to Cuban in a moment, Parq.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:04am Brian in UK:

duke is that the Earls of Wisconsin?
So Romney would rub out NPR. What a sweetheart.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 9:05am Doug Schulkind:

Brian, please don't use that language (the R word) here. We are a civilized peoples.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:06am kat330:

@duke: Our local public partnership station, WFPK, has a longtime DJ named Duke. He's a bit of a r'n'r historical trivia maven.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:07am kat330:

What have you got against Radio, Doug?
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:08am Mitt the Hoople:

hello all you young dudes!
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:09am kat330:

And dudettes, TY very much.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:09am Parq:

Me gusta, Señor DrumSum.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 9:10am Doug Schulkind:

The only Mitt I like is the one being pounded by hard, fast round objects. I am Hoople you're here!
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:10am listener james from westwood:

we got a hooplehead in the house!
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:10am Mitt the Hoople:

dudettes, duets, duketts, etc. etceteraets!
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:11am kat330:

Well, OK, then!
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 9:12am Doug Schulkind:

Friends, this is a young Chick Corea pounding the keys.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 9:16am Doug Schulkind:

Salsa from... Mexico? Yes, Mexico.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:17am Hugo:

We have a cowbell/Kuhglocke at home from Bayern/Bavaria. Goes very well with the hefeweizen!
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:17am Brian in UK:

Mitt liked the Escher on your first album cover it goes round in circles & goes no where, bit like your policies.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:18am Brian in UK:

Hugo did get over to the Oktoberfest?
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:19am duke:

As Bugs Bunny said: I bet you know a lot of my friends. Ooh! Like, uh, Duke of Ellington, Count of Basie, Earl of Hines, Cab of Calloway, Satchmo of Armstrong.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:20am Mitt the Hoople:

Brian,
keep my policy manifesto long enough and you will find reptiles coming out of it!
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:22am Hugo:

Do I hear cumbia?
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:22am Alex in Illinois:

Good Morning everyone in the Americas, Good afternoon everyone in the Isles, Western Europe, and West Africa, and Good evening everyone further east
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 9:23am Doug Schulkind:

Cumbia up the wazoo, Hugo.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 9:23am Doug Schulkind:

And now for some funk from Chile.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:23am northguineahills:

Any cumbias w/ kazoos?
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 9:24am Doug Schulkind:

@NGH
Why, that would be kazoombia!
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:25am Mitt the Hoople:

As you are in the UK Brian, you will understand my policies more than anyone having had a Conservative Govt. for the past 2 years.
In that time you have had increasing unemployment, budget deficits, riots in the streets, double dip recession, negative economical growth, the rich getting alot richer and the poorer getting alot poorer!
A prediction of the US to come if MR gets a chance!
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:25am northguineahills:

I got a chuckle when I was reading an espn article on Messi, and the American author described cumbia as Argentinian funk when he was in Rosario, Argentina
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:26am Brian in UK:

Funk is Heavens Scent.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:26am Hugo:

@Brian: Still to make it to the Oktoberfest, but we had our two-day festival here recently with most of the microbreweries present. Quite packed and a merry time was had by all!
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 9:27am Doug Schulkind:

If it's ESPN, it's most likely estupido.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:28am duke:

Don't worry Brian Mitt says that now, but tomorrow he will have a different position.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:31am Brian in UK:

Sure we have coalition, that's what we have been told. No silly me you are right. I am surprised that George Osbourne held onto his seat in the recent reshuffle. Guess he went to the right skool. What happens do they take a chair away & play music & the one left standing is out.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:31am kat330:

I announce at the top I'm a looper, yet no one is concerned which of you I've time-traveled to assassinate? [All I'll say is watch your Hoople, Mitt!]
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:32am Artie:

Hoopleheads and hot cross cumbia - just another morning in the GTDS universe.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:33am El Thatchmo:

Semper Cry!
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:35am kat330:

@Artie: A global assemblage of the crême de la crême.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:37am duke:

The GTDS secret handshake

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  Fri. 10/5/12 9:37am Michael:

Hey Doug and everyone else including Hoopleheads and c#cksuckers. Re-watching Deadwood. Again.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:38am El Thatchmo:

Whoa.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:38am kat330:

Nice, Duke! How's it different from a normal one?
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 9:38am Doug Schulkind:

You got that right, Artie! Morning El (don't call me Maggie) Thatchmo!

Duke, that is just scary.

Thank you for bringing the conversation back to a civil discourse, Michael.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:40am duke:

@Kat that's the secret. It's not. Everyone can join the club.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:41am duke:

@Kat, even 1%'ers like Mitt
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:41am Brian in UK:

I feel the spirit of Amy Semple McPherson in the house.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:42am Michael:

Yea this is inspirin'!
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:43am kat330:

So long as he keeps a good supply of Purell on hand.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:44am ndbob:

great set here!
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:46am kat330:

Liking the drummer here.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 9:46am Doug Schulkind:

Aw, you guys are just jealous.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:48am listener james from westwood:

michael, the show's a gift that keeps on giving. and cursing. enjoy.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:50am holland oats:

drumma!
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:52am Michael:

Not gonna get to Heaven with that language.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 9:53am Doug Schulkind:

Hey Holland and all the bleeding lambs out there.
  Fri. 10/5/12 9:59am kat330:

@Ngh: The Eagle has landed -- yay! Ck. for reply.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:02am kat330:

WUTUTU
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:02am Alex in Illinois:

Once you get into Heaven are you allowed to talk as you please, or does cussing get you tossed down the Hell-chute? Is freedom of speach recognized in Heaven or Hell? If both places are too full, or if the line for judgement is too long, then can you opt for reincarnation, as a sort of deferral?
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:03am Mitt the Hoople:

Michael,
Deadwood is all you need to understand life!
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:05am listener james from westwood:

that "this may be my last time singing" collection is a gem. very proud to have it courtesy of last marathon.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:07am listener james from westwood:

"i am a sinner that does not expect forgiveness. but i am not a government official." --francis wolcott, "deadwood"
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:08am Michael:

That's a great story Doug - do post your blog post.

Mitt - Deadwood is great, ain't it.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:09am ndbob:

It was nice to spend a few weeks in Baltimore this summer.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 10:10am Doug Schulkind:

Here is the link to my blog post about Fine Records:

bit.ly...
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:11am kat330:

Somehow all I ever got to see of Baltimore was the Aquarium (which was great) and pier. It was a day trip from D.C.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:12am Mitt the Hoople:

Michael,
that where I learnt my politics from, if you want wealth and fortune you have to control the supply of whores and alcohol!
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:12am kat330:

Thanks for the link, Doug.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:12am Brian in UK:

Mitt not sure what you are talking 'bout with Deadwood can only guess it would be your proposed acolytes.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 10:13am Doug Schulkind:

I just got a haircut yesterday and my headphones keep falling of my noggin. That tells you how badly I needed a haircut.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:13am kat330:

Is there any sort of Poe museum or restored home of his? One of my fave things about college in Providence was H.P. Lovecraft's home -- and the capitol dome.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:15am Mitt the Hoople:

Al Swearengen = Mitt the Hoople and Mitt the Poo poo
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 10:15am Doug Schulkind:

@kat330
www.poemuseum.org
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:16am ndbob:

@Doug beat me by five seconds with the link:)
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 10:16am Doug Schulkind:

@kat330
Richmond, Virginia? Screw that. Try this:
www.eapoe.org...
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:17am kat330:

@Bob: Hey, "I had five seconds before you interrupted me." :)
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:18am kat330:

Thanks again, Mr. So-Kind! As for Vince's passion, I like this quote: "Remember, our main object is to get people interested in being *good dancers*, not just mediocre." Well, I'm all behind that!
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:19am Michael:

Thanks Doug.

Mitt, the politics and economy of Deadwood are instructive to all of us!
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:19am duke:

@Kat In Providence, I always wanted to see the ghost that supposedly haunted Benefit St.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:21am Hugo:

Ah, Thai upcountry music!
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:21am kat330:

@duke: Somehow never hoid about that legend. They could only keep me for a year in Providence before I set out for New Yoik City! :)
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:22am Mitt the Hoople:

Michael,
I love My Name is Earl also!
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:23am ndbob:

I haven't been to New York for decades
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:25am duke:

@kat in reality it was probably a drunk student from Brown and not a ghost
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:25am Hugo:

My father visited Baltimore back in 60s while working on an oil tanker. It is also a major port city, I believe?
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:25am Brian in UK:

Hugo you may have eaten some of these foods on your travels in Siam.
http://www.independent.co.uk/hei-fi/entertainment/would-madam-like-more-fish-intestines-8198996.html?origin=internalSearch
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:26am ndbob:

@Hugo Yep it is
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:26am kat330:

@duke: Are you currently in Providence? I worked at a bookstore on Waterman, which was in addition to my work-study scholarship job.

Drunk Brown student OR a RISD student. :)
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 10:26am Doug Schulkind:

This Paprung Phuutahai tune is available here:

aseam.info...
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:27am kat330:

If we're chatting about Deadwood and Baltimore, seems only right to mention the political and street lessons learned from The Wire. Great series.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:28am ndbob:

Thanks for the link Doug! What a great LP cover as well
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 10:29am Doug Schulkind:

That Paprung Phuutahai will be in next week's Motherlode for sure.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:30am duke:

@kat I'm not in Providence at the moment, but am there regularly at Brown. I like Providence.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:31am ndbob:

@kat I've heard only great things about The Wire - but I won't watch it - depressing enough when I go back to visit to watch and read the endless crime stories on the news in Baltimore
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:31am listener james from westwood:

the wire actually made me want to visit baltimore and see it through a non-bleak lens as a living city. but i did dig the wire.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 10:32am Doug Schulkind:

How about a pledge or two to keep the morale stoked? Anyone? Woot!
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:33am listener james from westwood:

hugo, the decline of baltimore as a major port city was a theme of the wire's 2nd (and wrongly maligned) season.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:34am kat330:

Philo and I actually quite liked the 2nd season! Hadn't realized it was maligned. I adore Amy Ryan.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:34am Brian in UK:

Hugo here is the restaurant link if you are feeling hungry.
http://www.101thaikitchen.com/
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:36am kat330:

@duke: Well, I was there many, many [choke] moons ago. Highlight was the Spring Weekend concert event on the College Green in late April 1970.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:37am Alex in Illinois:

Baltimore has been a port city since the '60s -- the 1660's. A major battle was fought there in the War of 1812, and the US National Anthem was written about that battle, known as the Battle of Baltimore.
MY apologies to all of you Brits for mentioning that war, but in a few years we can all celebrate the end of that war which was the beginning of a couple of centuries of peace between our nations which we still enjoy to this day.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:38am kat330:

Providence lowlight: Coming back to collect my things from summer storage to discover I'd been robbed. Took only the most important things to me: My soprano recorder and my camera. :/
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:38am Hugo:

@Brian: This is a staple, but beware, it's lethal!

http://www.enjoythaifood.com/somtam.php

Also known as papaya pok pok.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:40am kat330:

@Hugo: Lethal? Surely the wonderful digestive enzymes of the papaya offset the "pok pok"?
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:42am duke:

@kat it hasn't changed much. Still have the spring concert and still break-ins in the RISD/Brown student ghetto. Took my mother-in-law to the RISD museum recently. Great place.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:43am Brian in UK:

@Hugo That gets a mention in the article looks like fun.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:44am ndbob:

My nephew spent four years in Providence as a Brown student
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:44am kat330:

My stuff was stored in a crate down in the infamous tunnel on the (then) Pembroke campus. Had to be an inside job.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:45am Michael:

I've been 45 minutes from Providence for 20 years and have never been, sadly. Just to drive through on my way to NY/NJ.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:46am kat330:

@Michael: Are you in Newport or something?
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:47am Michael:

Lived in Boston. Still work in Boston but now live north of Boston.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:47am Hugo:

@kat330: Not to my knowledge. But try this:

http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/thai-chicken-coconut-soup-tom-kha-gai-10000001860172/

My fave.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:49am Will in Pittsburgh:

I'm here/hear for you, D! Rock on!
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:50am kat330:

Oooh, Hugo, I see coconut in the URL -- one of the very few comestibles I detest. Yeah, I know, eliminates a lot of Thai food, but I have had Thai I love.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 10:50am Doug Schulkind:

Hey Brother Will!
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:51am Brian in UK:

Nice one Hugo, my favourite is Singapore Laksa. A meal in itself.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:51am kat330:

Nimrod sounds so much like many of the locals around here. I quite appreciate the album title, too.
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:52am ndbob:

I love the flavor of coconut, but not the texture
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:53am monica:

some great first names on today's playlist, doug - domingo, cleophus, nampheung, phophin, roled, paprung, yui, nimrod, and ola belle!
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:54am Brian in UK:

@ndbob have you tried Sri Lankan Coconut sambal that accompany curries, luvverly.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 10:55am Doug Schulkind:

@Monica
Sounds like one helluva law firm!
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:55am kat330:

Yesssss, Monica, I was going to comment about Cleophus! :)
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:56am ndbob:

@Brian no - but sounds great!
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:56am kat330:

Ahhh, Jim White. TY, Doug!
  Fri. 10/5/12 10:58am Brian in UK:

Jim White & Heaven. Axioms? What kinda songwriting is this?
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:00am monica:

a grand old name, katt330.
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:00am Brian in UK:

This Jim White is a fracking good record.
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:01am Hugo:

@Brian: The curry laksa looks delicous. I have no problems with coconut whatsoever. Haven't tried it, though. In the regional context, the rijsstafel is wonderful, but I don't know of any restaurant closer than Copenhagen.
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:02am Carmichael:

Hey there folkies.
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:04am kat330:

Grand ol' local tradition this name game. I've an Uncle Delvin, an Aunt Vernal, and a more distant relative named Shekinah, to name but a few.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 11:05am Doug Schulkind:

Just warning: Iris DeMent is gonna make me lose it.
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:05am northguineahills:

Another instance in which the Onion is sadly prophetic: Romney attempts to lay off debate moderator (it was posted the morning of the debate): http://www.theonion.com/articles/panicking-romney-attempts-to-lay-off-debate-modera,29790/
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:06am Substrate:

Can't we just, y'know, use x-rays or something?
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:06am Brian in UK:

@Hugo I think Rotterdam would be our nearest. We do have a selection of Vietnamese restaurants around Dalston, north Lunnon.
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:06am monica:

whoa. i've got a great aunt ollie.
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:07am Carmichael:

For me, it's June Tabor.
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:07am kat330:

@Hugo: I remember my first delicious bites of nasi goreng and bami goreng in Amsterdam. Only dishes to fit our backpack budget. :)
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:08am kat330:

Sweet Iris, Glory in the Mornin' indeed.
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:08am Brian in UK:

What's your thoughts on the new Iris record, Doug? I know you are biased.
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:10am kat330:

@NGH: Laid off and not outsourced?
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 11:10am Doug Schulkind:

I adore it, Brian.
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:12am kat330:

Theme here reminds me of Joni's "Coyote."
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:13am Hugo:

Doug will be delighted to know that I have downloaded a live concert with Steeleye Span from Philly in 1973, featuring Maddy Prior. Ahem ...
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:16am kat330:

Nimrod wanting to go where things are beautiful might not hope for a Mansion Just Over the Mountaintop Removal...
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:19am Carmichael:

Yikes Hugo, that sounds great. I imagine John Kirkpatrick might be on there as well.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 11:23am Doug Schulkind:

@kat330
Just read that last comment. Oof. THe rape West Virginia has been obscene.
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:24am Brian in UK:

Carmichael I am sure Doug cares less for JKs presence as Hugo well knows. Nice tease, Hugo.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 11:27am Doug Schulkind:

Maddy Prior was my Iris DeMent way before Iris DeMent was my Iris DeMent.
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:27am Hugo:

Nope, John Kirkpatrick is not in that line-up. Nuff said.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 11:28am Doug Schulkind:

If everyone listing right now pledged $30, I would hit 100% of my goal. (And that "everyone" includes me, of course.)
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:32am kat330:

@Doug: Yes, it's a righteous indignation to man and Mother Nature.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 11:33am Doug Schulkind:

100% would make the dog's tail wag. And mine, too. Think of it. We could ease up for the rest of the month with nothing to stare at but a fully realized common goal.
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:34am kat330:

In combing through the Poe link you posted, I found this neat Poe-m: http://www.eapoe.org/works/poems/enigmaa.htm
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:35am kat330:

I like that he used the supposedly original spelling of "Shakspeare" not "Shakespeare."
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:37am shakey shakey shakey:

I thought it was 'Shakeyspeare'
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:41am ndbob:

The wind chill is 19 right now
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 11:41am Doug Schulkind:

Oddly, not one single pledge has come in during today's show. A handful came in over the week and one was made 10 minutes before I started. Maybe the music is TOO GOOD!
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:42am kat330:

Oooh, Northern Dread Bob! Coming our way tonight / tomorrow. Right now it's still so lovely. I'll be rushing outdoors at the stroke of noon.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 11:42am Doug Schulkind:

PLEDGE ALERT...
And BOOM, just like that. Brian in UK comes through. Graciously and gratefully received, Brian.
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:43am Carmichael:

If "everyone" listening pledged $30, you'd have $30. If "each" person listening pledged $30, you'd have waaay more than $30. I vote for the waaay more amount.
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:43am kat330:

Everybody, a huge hand for Brian!!!
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:44am ndbob:

WTG Brian!
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:45am Brian in UK:

I gotta walk mutley & it is pouring. Can I delegate.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 11:48am Doug Schulkind:

Jesus, you're right, Carmichael. Owha tanassigh yam!
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:49am kat330:

Doug, maybe the Richmond, VA, Poe museum *should* come up first in a search. Appears the Baltimore one closed on September 28th (wow, such a short bit ago!) and only hopes to reopen.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 11:50am Doug Schulkind:

PLEDGE ALERT...
Listener Gregory has dropped a pledge bomb. Ba-boom to you, Greg!
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:50am kat330:

Brian, beam Mutley to southern Indiana, and I'll be glad to walk him!
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:51am Listener Gregory:

You're welcome, Doug. My bomb cannot match the many bombs you drop on your listening public every show.
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:51am kat330:

Gregory -- yay!!
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:51am Brian in UK:

Have a safe drive Doug. I know it is the others on the road you hav't watch for.
Just reading some Alice Munro short stories. She hits the spot.
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:54am kat330:

Well-stated, LG! And, Doug, I'll echo Brian's wish for your safe return on Tuesday eve!

Have a great weekend all, whether too hot, too cold or too wet! :)
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:55am kat330:

Peebles for the People -- great send off!
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:56am ndbob:

@Brian I have an Alice Munro short story collection I picked up for a dollar this summer
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:56am northguineahills:

Great set, Doug!
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 11:58am Doug Schulkind:

I was pretty gobsmacked when i received a phone call from Melvin Van Peebles thanking me for my birthday tribute show. I am still gobsmacked. MVP sent me this record — a live recording he gave out as a gift to guests at his birthday party — as an extra thank you.

Sweet.
  Fri. 10/5/12 11:59am kat330:

That is extraordinary, Doug! And Philo on the phone agrees! :)
  Fri. 10/5/12 12:00pm ndbob:

excellent show Doug!
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 12:01pm Doug Schulkind:

Holy shit. Those WERE gunshots. I wasn't sure the first time I listened to this recording. Now I'm wearing headphones, and those were motherfucking gunshots.

Booom shaka!
  Fri. 10/5/12 12:01pm listener james from westwood:

ndbob, that is a bloody chill wind.
every pledge to fmu is a truth bomb for fine radio and excellent djs. thanks to everyone who's dug deep, and many thanks to doug for the mighty mighty show!
  Fri. 10/5/12 12:02pm listener james from westwood:

melvin van p: a mensch's mensch.
Avatar Fri. 10/5/12 12:08pm Doug Schulkind:

Cheers to you and you and you too.
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