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Options August 19, 2013: You'll have to go sideways.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments
Roscoe Mitchell  Tatas-Matoes   Options Congliptous  Nessa  1968   
 
Music behind DJ:
Sun Ra 
The Perfect Man   Options The Singles  Evidence  1974/1996   
Black Host  Hover   Options Life in the Sugar Candle Mines  Northern-Spy  2013   
Bob Reid  500 Miles High   Options The Best of Emergency  Kwela  1976   
CACAW  Replicant Lover   Options Stellar Power  Skirl  2013   
Fire! with Oren Ambarchi  I am Sucking for a Bruise   Options In the Mouth - A Hand  Rune Grammofon  2012   
Franco Battiato  Aries   Options Sulle Corde di Aries  Bla Bla  1973   
 
Music behind DJ:
New Zion Trio 
Ina Sade Dub (Christian Castagno Dub)   Options Fight Against Babylon  Veal     
George Lewis  Imaginary Suite: The Phoenix   Options Jila - Save ! Mon. - The Imaginary Suite  Black Saint  1979   
Roscoe Mitchell and the Sound Ensemble  Variations on a Folk Song Written in the Sixties   Options 3 x 4 Eye  Black Saint  1981   
Leroy Jenkins  No. 3 Quintet   Options Mixed Quintet  Black Saint  1983   
 
Music behind DJ:
Natural Food 
Fair Breeze on Buzzard's Bay   Options Natural Food  Seeds     
Clifford Jordan  Shoulders   Options Glass Bead Games  Strata-East  1974   
Marilyn Crispell  Touching   Options Nothing Ever Was, Anyway: The Music of Annette Peacock  ECM  1997   
Paul Bley  Touching   Options Mr. Joy  Limelight  1968   
Bill Evans  Blue in Green   Options Portrait in Jazz  Riverside  1960   
Steve Lacy | Mal Waldron  Sempre Amore   Options Sempre Amore  Soul Note  1987   
 
Music behind DJ:
Chaz Jankel 
To Woo Lady Kong   Options        
The Keith Tippett Group  Thoughts to Geoff   Options Dedicated to You, But You Weren't Listening  Vertigo  1971   
Tony Oxley Quintet  Collage   Options 1974.03.18 - BBC Studio, London  [boot]  1974   
Nicra  Hear   Options Listen/Hear  Ogun  1977   
Convergence Quartet  Assemble/Melancholy   Options Slow and Steady  NoBusiness Records  2013  Alexander Hawkins; Taylor Ho Bynum, Dominic Lash, Harris Eisenstadt. 
 
Music behind DJ:
Wolfgang Dauner 
Jive Samba   Options Rischka's Soul       
Ann Peebles  How Strong Is a Woman   Options Straight from the Heart  Hi  1971   
Betty Davis  Your Mama Wants Ya Back   Options They Say I'm Different  Just Sunshine  1974   
Aretha Franklin  Rock Steady   Options Young, Gifted and Black  Atlantic  1972   
Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell  You've Got What It Takes   Options United  Tamla  1967   
Stevie Wonder  Boogie On Reggae Woman   Options Fulfillingness' First Finale  Tamla  1974   
The Sonics  Walkin' the Dog   Options Here Are the Sonics!!!  Etiquette  1965   
 
Music behind DJ:
Dudu Pukwana & Spear 
Flute Music   Options Flute Music  Caroline  1975   

Listener comments!

Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 11:59am duke:

Let's D:O it
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 12:00pm Brian in UK:

The new Banksy?
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 12:01pm duke:

RIP Cedar Walton
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 12:03pm Jeff Golick:

Way to set the mood, duke.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 12:03pm Brian in UK:

Another tree falls.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 12:03pm duke:

Sorry!
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 12:06pm hyde:

I would think a sugar candle would burn awful fast
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 12:07pm Jeff Golick:

Howdy to @duke; @Brian in UK; @hyde!
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 12:08pm Jeff Golick:

@hyde: I would agree.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 12:08pm Brian in UK:

@hyde think of the smell.

Howdeedoodee Mr DJ.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 12:09pm fred:

Good afternoon Jeff and others. I'm stuck at work for now, my destination should be set to out soon though
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 12:10pm Brian in UK:

"He noticed no shadow did he cast"
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 12:12pm Jeff Golick:

@fred: We'll welcome you whenever you can make it...out.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 12:13pm Jeff Golick:

@Brian: making with the literary references, eh? What's that, Poe? Shakespeare?
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 12:14pm Carmichael:

Jeffs! How is ya?
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 12:14pm Jeff Golick:

For those wondering about the photo at left, more of this photog's work can be seen by clicking on the image itself.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 12:15pm Jeff Golick:

Hi, Carmichael! Doin' ok, thanks. Adjusting anew to life now that 12.y.o. son is back at home, post-camp.

How's by you?
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 12:17pm Brian in UK:

No nothing fancy. Daniel & the Sacred Harp by The Band.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 12:18pm Brian in UK:

Sorry Galoshes chapter 3 verse 16
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 12:25pm Jeff Golick:

Ah, yes. The sacred texts. Does have a Dylan-like cast to it, too.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 12:27pm Jeff Golick:

[prev comment edited for to make sense]
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 12:30pm pacific standard simon:

Mornin', Jeffs an' all. I'm snatching an hour or so away from work prep.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 12:30pm Jeff Golick:

Ahoy, @pss! Snatch away.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 12:31pm Brian in UK:

Discovered Michael Ondaatje's writing recently. Damn good.

@simon snatch it back & hold it.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 12:37pm Brian in UK:

Better get on with that chicken run maintenance that I have been promising myself.

See Mike Cooper is playing Cafe Oto in London, late October.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 12:39pm Doug Schulkind:

Just go it from (wait for it)... walking the dog.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 12:40pm Jeff Golick:

Was Rufus Thomas there too?
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 12:41pm hyde:

@Doug I hope you knew how to do it
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 12:41pm Doug Schulkind:

That was ruff.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 12:41pm Jeff Golick:

@Brian: is that goodbye, then? The chickens are calling? Re Ondaatje, did you get to COMING THROUGH SLAUGHTER yet?
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 12:43pm Doug Schulkind:

@hyde
I haven't walked a dog since I was about 15.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 12:45pm Carmichael:

@Jeff: I was off at camp. Actually a two-week respite from the rigors of work and birthday. Trying to re-normalize.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 12:46pm pacific standard simon:

@Doug - watch out for the people who DIDN'T scoop the poop before your dog found that neat spot to do its business...
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 12:50pm pacific standard simon:

How about a brief calypso break for some upbeat minutes, Jeff?
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 12:51pm Doug Schulkind:

@pacific standard simon
Pittsburghers seem fairly conscientious about that sort of thing. I remember when I first moved to NYC in the early '80s. If dog poop was tumbleweed, New York back then was the wild west.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 12:52pm Shaun:

A book heavier than itself. (Hi).
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 12:52pm pacific standard simon:

San Francisco was very much like NY in that regard.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 12:55pm Jeff Golick:

@Shaun: you said it! And: hi.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 12:55pm Jeff Golick:

@Carmichael: camp sounds amazing. Roughing it?
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 12:55pm hyde:

I should really read that Lewis book someday. I just got done with a whole bunch of country music/r & b history stuff, maybe I should move into that. Love the music of that time and place.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 12:56pm Jeff Golick:

@pss: Calypso? Might not be in the wings, sorry to say, Simon.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 12:56pm Jeff Golick:

@hyde: Reading list, please?
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 12:59pm pacific standard simon:

@Jeff - the suggestion was for your benefit, not mine. :) Re: your remark about the tone of the show.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 1:06pm hyde:

I read: Country Music USA by Bill C. Malone (this was sort of the first semi-scholarly history of country published--the cop I got from the library was a fist edition, so it came out in like 1969 or '70. He's revised it since then....), The Starday Story by Nathan Gibson (OK, if a little dry), The Carter Family by Frank Young (this is a graphic novel history of the Carters), Air Castle of the South by Craig Havinghurst (an epic history of radio station WSM, they of the Grand Ole Opry), In the Country of Country by Nicholas Davidoff (pieces based book focused on assorted musicians and songwiters) and The Chitlun' Circuit and the Road to Rock and Roll by Preston Lauterbach (really great book on the lesser known juke joints of the south).
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 1:07pm Brian in UK:

@Jeff Divisadero so far. Is there is a street in SF with that name? Starting at the end and working forwards. Want to get Running in the Family.

@Doug do we have a name that you can repeat?
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 1:12pm Doug Schulkind:

The dog will be formally introduced on tomorrow's Give the Drummer Some broadcast.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 1:14pm pacific standard simon:

There is a Divisadero Street in SF, home, last time I checked, to KPOO (Poor People's Radio); it goes over some big hills, meets Market St., and becomes the world-famous Castro Street.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 1:15pm Jeff Golick:

@hyde: THANKS for the rundown. But, geez, let me put my glasses on so I'm feeling a little smarter.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 1:16pm Jeff Golick:

I just knocked a tub of hummus off of the radio desk here AND IT LANDED RIGHT-SIDE UP. Off to play my numbers, and drinks on me!
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 1:21pm pacific standard simon:

Loving the Leroy Jenkins, but I keep expecting Zoot Horn Rollo to break in any second with some heavy jagged chords.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 1:22pm Jeff Golick:

@hyde: of those, I'm only familiar with the Dawidoff. Read his CATCHER AND A SPY some years ago and liked it. He also has a baseball book I enjoyed. There's a Nick Tosches book called COUNTRY, too, I think? Have you read any of the Peter Guralnick collections? Those are quite good, though range all over the musical map.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 1:25pm Jeff Golick:

@pss: Zoot Horn Rollo would certainly Beef things up a bit...
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 1:38pm pacific standard simon:

...and... I will be bidding you fond adieu. The kitchen calls! Thanks for the muse...
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 1:38pm Jeff Golick:

oops
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 1:39pm hyde:

@Jeff no glasses needed, you just finished a 700 page tome. I read that Tosches book many, many years ago. I remember it being kind of related to country music history in the way that Hollywood Babylon is to film history. It's like an unfocused collection of stories about Spade Cooley stomping his wife to death and the like.

The Davidoff book I was pleasantly surprised by.I really had only ever read a baseball piece or two by him. But his profiles of people like Merle Haggard, George Jones, Kitty Wells etc were really well done.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 1:40pm hyde:

oh, and the Guralnick. I read Sweet Soul Music years ago. I remember liking that.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 1:44pm Brian in UK:

@hyde is that In the Country of Country or am I getting confused young man.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 1:47pm Jeff Golick:

I think that's it, Brian.

Note, hyde, that I haven't in fact finished that tome...
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 1:49pm hyde:

@Brian, well if you're calling me young man then you ARE confused! But yes, the Davidoff is In the Country of Country. The times has the Prologue up for samplin': www.nytimes.com...
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 1:49pm Brian in UK:

I would like to hear Ondaatje's Desert Island Disc selection. He seems clued in.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 1:51pm Jeff Golick:

Yup, Brian. I'd want that, too.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 1:51pm Brian in UK:

I am confused because I think it is downstairs on the shelf. The chickens can swing for today.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 1:51pm Jeff Golick:

Re summer camp and music books: Peter Guralnick was my camp director, just fyi.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 1:54pm hyde:

@Jeff cool!
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 1:54pm Brian in UK:

@Jeff do you mean he wore a neckerchief and walked in a mannered way.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 1:56pm Jeff Golick:

Mannered, yes. Neckerchief, no. Despite what I just said, he is perhaps one of the least campy people I've ever encountered.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 1:59pm Brian in UK:

It's just my cheap English sense of .........

Never found it easy reading music books Greil Marcus and the like. To define is to destroy. That's one of mine. Ha ha.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 2:02pm Brian in UK:

@hyde you mentioned baseball writing, ever read Ring Lardner's boxing & baseball writings?
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 2:06pm Shaun:

I'm *really* struggling with Japrocksampler at the moment. Some fun writing but all over the place.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 2:07pm hyde:

@Brian I don't think so. I've read some of the old time Red Smith material like that, but I don't think I've read Lardner that I can recall.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 2:08pm Jeff Golick:

So, Shaun, you're saying you can't Cope with it?
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 2:09pm Jeff Golick:

Apparently, Joyce Carol Oates is quite good on boxing. A. J. Liebling, too, from what I hear.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 2:11pm Shaun:

@Jeff It's reducing me to teardrops pf frustration and almost making my head (heritage) explode.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 2:13pm Brian in UK:

I am guessing it was late 30s early 40s writing. I used to have his short stories long gone as are the Sinclair Lewis books.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 2:13pm Jeff Golick:

@Shaun: I hear you. Sometimes when I'm reading similar, I just want to say, "World, shut your mouth." #gettinglostintheweeds
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 2:13pm Brian in UK:

Is this Vertigo. good lawd.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 2:13pm hyde:

@Jeff I've read some of Liebling's food writing, it was terrific. That whole era of magazine/newspaper writing just seems amazing to me. I always imagine that every press room was like His Girl Friday.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 2:15pm Uncle Michael:

I wish that was an animated gif.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 2:17pm Shaun:

Got to love Julian's description of Les Rallizes as "feedback and ineptitude", though.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 2:19pm Jeff Golick:

@hyde: I read Liebling's food book about his Paris sojourn. I was starving throughout.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 2:19pm Jeff Golick:

@UM: I felt the same.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 2:44pm Doug Schulkind:

R.I.P. Cedar Walton. jazztimes.com...
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 2:49pm hyde:

things got all funky in here, all of a sudden
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 2:51pm Jeff Golick:

@hyde: yeah, got a little antsy.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 2:52pm hyde:

@Jeff not complainin'!
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 2:54pm Brian in UK:

Great show, Jeffs.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 2:55pm Stanley:

Hi All
(Boogie-ing on in......boogie-ing on out)
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 2:56pm Jeff Golick:

@Brain: thanks!
@Stanley: better boogie, than never. Or something.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 2:57pm Brian in UK:

@Jeff thanks for the upgrade.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 2:57pm Jeff Golick:

@Doug: thanks for that. @duke started the show off with that sad news, and now you're just in time to close it with same...
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 2:58pm Doug Schulkind:

GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO PROGRAMMING ALERT...
Tony Coulter will be off tomorrow on the Drummer Stream. Filling in for him will be Tony Coulter (from 2008) or possibly a different real live human. Stay tuned!
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 2:58pm Jeff Golick:

@Brian: hah ahahahah.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 2:59pm Brian in UK:

Yowsah yowsah yowsah, Bowser.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 2:59pm Doug Schulkind:

@duke
Missed your reportage, duke. Thanks for keeping the DO Family informed.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 2:59pm Doug Schulkind:

@duke
Missed your reportage, duke. Thanks for keeping the DO Family informed.
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 3:00pm Doug Schulkind:

Woof.
Avatar    Mon. 8/19/13 3:01pm hyde:

thanks for the tunes!
Avatar Mon. 8/19/13 3:04pm Jeff Golick:

@hyde: thanks! Thanks for the book recs!
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