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October 25, 2013 Options
Boogie-woogie string along. For real.
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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)

Mary Lou Williams  Down in Gallion   Options b/w Goose Grease
(Paramount 1927)
Frankie Trumbauer & His Orchestra w/Bix Beiderbecke  The Japanese Sandman   Options b/w The Love Nest
(Parlophone 1928)
Willie Lewis & His Entertainers (vocal: Greta Keller)  Goodbye to Summer   Options Willie Lewis & His Entertainers
(Chronological Classics 1938)
Cliff Jackson & His Krazy Kats  Desert Blues   Options b/w Because I'm Lonesome
(Grey Gull 1930)
Bob Howard & His Boys  Southern Casey Jones   Options b/w You Better Come Back
(Decca 1938)
Claude Hopkins & His Orchestra  Washington Squabble   Options b/w Hopkin's Scream
(Columbia 1932)
Red Nichols & His Five Pennies  I Want to Be Happy   Options b/w Tea for Two
(Brunswick 1930)
Don Redman & HIs Orchestra (vocal: Laurel Watson)  Igloo   Options b/w Chew Chew Chew (Your Bubble Gum)
(Victor 1939)

Talkover Music:
Hank Garland 
The Third Man Theme   Options Hank Garland & His Sugar Footers
(Bear Family 1950)

Hank Williams  Lovesick Blues (theme)
On Top of Old Smokey
Columbus Stockade
A Prodigal Son

Lovesick Blues (theme)
May You Never Be Alone
Arkansas TravellerI'll Have a New Body (I'll Have a New Life)   Options
Live on WSM
( 1951)

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

Juan Lopez  El Tamaulipeco   Options El Rey de la Redova
(Arhoolie 1950s)
Grupo Casa de Cultura de Tlacotalpan  El Torito Jarocho   Options Son Jarocho de Tlacotalpan
(ARC Music 2000)
Marimba de la Dirección de Seguridad Pública de Chiapas  Lágrimas De Alma   Options Latinamericarpet: Exploring the Vinyl Warp of Latin American Psychedelia, Volume 1
(Sublime Frequencies )
Mexican Institute of Sound  Escribeme Pronto   Options Piñata
(Nacional 2007)
Chelelo (Eleazar Garciá)  Pelos Bill   Options Easy Melodías
(EMI )
Los Strwck  Primera Vez   Options La Doctoriza
(Kubaney 1971)
Los Apson  El Tren   Options Blue Demon's Mexican Rock and Roll Favorites
(Numero Uno 1968)
Mother Night  Fools Are You   Options Mother Night
(Columbia 1972)

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

John Carter Quintet  Woodman's Hall Blues   Options Variations
(Moers Music 1979)
Urs Blöchlinger  I Love You – But Later   Options Don't Call Back - We Let You Know
(Unit 1987)
Irène Schweizer  The Storming of the Winter Palace   Options The Storming of the Winter Palace
(Intakt 1988)

Talkover Music:
George Braith 
Coolodge   Options Laughing Soul
(Prestige 1966)

Ian Matthews  Reno, Nevada   Options If You Saw Thro' My Eyes
(Vertigo 1971)
Robyn Hitchcock  Parasite   Options Way to Blue: The Songs of Nick Drake
(Hannibal 2013)
Roy Harper  The Exile   Options Man & Myth
(Bella Union 2013)
Rufus Wainwright  Do I Disappoint You   Options Release the Stars
(Geffen 2007)
Laura Cantrell  Starry Skies   Options No Way There From Here
(Spit & Polish 2013)

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

Orchestre du Bawobab  Seeri Koko   Options Visage Du Senegal
(Disques Buur )
Franco et L'Orchestra O.K. Jazz  Socomeubles   Options b/w Mado
(ASL )
William Onyeabor  Why Go to War   Options Tomorrow
(Wilifilms 1979)

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

Listener comments!

Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 8:31am Uncle Michael:

Purty.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 8:32am Doug Schulkind:

Party!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 8:47am listener james from westwood:

part-AY!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 8:51am Doug Schulkind:

hoo-RAY, Listener James FW!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 8:55am glenn:

how-DAY.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 8:56am Doug Schulkind:

glAYnn!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 8:57am listener james from westwood:

friiiiiiii-DAY! FRIIIIIIIIDAAAAAAYYY!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 8:57am glenn:

funn-AY.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 8:57am duke:

It's Fri-DAY!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 8:58am Doug Schulkind:

To bad the Fonz isn't here, 'cause he'd say: __________
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 8:58am glenn:

"wow, mrs c., you're kinda hot."
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:01am ndbob:

morning Doug and everyone!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:01am Doug Schulkind:

Hi duke! Hi ndbob!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:02am listener james from westwood:

the fonz making a move on mrs. c is a pulp fiction novel cover waiting to happen: "hoodlum in the house!"
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:03am Gary:

Happy Friday everyone
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:03am Doug Schulkind:

gArY!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:03am Uncle Michael:

diz muz be de plaaaaze
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:07am still b/p:

CarPAYYYYYYYYYYYY diem.

String theory: touch something just right and you'll excite it to a snakey waggle.
("Snakey waggle" is more fun ifyou say it like Michael Caine's Alfie.)
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:08am Gary:

Shoot, what happened with iTunes?
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:10am Doug Schulkind:

The new version of iTunes gets hung up when I try to connect to my digital library. I can create new playlists and dump tracks in them. But when I try to pull up any of my existing mp3s, it crashes. I am miserable.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:12am Uncle Michael:

Do you need the ten foot pole I'm not using to touch iTunes with, Doug?
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:15am Doug Schulkind:

Unka Mike, what do you use to organize your library?
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:15am listener james from westwood:

itunes' updates never seem to benefit the user. downloading tv shows has become a stone PITA on the service.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:17am duke:

I couldn't even install the itunes update. It kept hanging in the middle of the download. Probably just as well.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:24am Uncle Michael:

I don't organize it much. It's in a fairly messy directory structure. I copy files into folders for upcoming shows and load the contents of those folders into my DJ software as needed.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:25am ndbob:

I only use itunes for podcasts
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:28am Uncle Michael:

I used to use it for loading the iPod...I guess I still do...but I just don't anymore. I only use an iPod when I'm traveling and won't have a data connection. The rest of the time I use my mobile device to access my library, streams and podcasts remotely. It's nice to have a quarter million tracks in the car.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:30am Uncle Michael:

It's also nice to have a carrier with a real, unlimited data plan.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:32am duke:

I'm liking this set a lot.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:33am still b/p:

Iggle-oh! I'm just an iggle-oh, everywhere I go...
I can't turn any of this off for just a minute to tend to something else.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:33am ndbob:

indeed duke
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:34am listener james from westwood:

that was one lovely set right there. glorious start!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:38am Alex In Illinois:

Same here about iTunes. I use the library only for loading my iPod. I don't like it when any kind of software tries to organize my music files, video files or pictures into its own "Library". There is already a perfectly good way to organize files--the Windows filing system.

As for iTunes updates, it seems like they have a new one every day. And I agree about iTunes trying to do too much.

I might just go back to having all of my mp3 players be devices made by Creative. Sometimes their mp3 players have a way to add additional memory.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:42am Shaun:

Logged in to fav Ol' Smokey. Afternoon Doug and all.
  Fri. 10/25/13 9:43am k w:

Is that Miss Audrey singing?
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:43am Doug Schulkind:

So what do y'all use to play/organize the mp3s on your compewters? (Believe it or not, I am fairly ignorant.)

Howdy Alex and Shaun, Shaun and Alex!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:45am Doug Schulkind:

@k w
I don't believe Audrey was anywhere near the studio on for this show. I have many other Mother's Best transcriptions on which she is credited, but not here. So I guess not. Also, everyone seemed to be singing in tune. Another tip-off that she wasn't participating.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:45am Doug Schulkind:

Greetings still b/p!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:47am still b/p:

Howdayyyy.
Sorry for your miseries, but the show's all delicious ennaway.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:47am glenn:

audrey williams was hank's linda mccartney.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:49am Doug Schulkind:

Delicious Misery is the name of my NEXT show.

@glenn
I really think you are being unfair to Ms McCartney.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:50am Uncle Michael:

I either just navigate my directories and play files in Windows Media Player, VLC or Foobar2000...or use the "virtual" Squeezebox player and navigate exactly the same way I do on my Squeezebox hardware and my mobile device.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:51am glenn:

ooooh, i don't know. i've heard some of the soundboard recordings of her.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:51am Uncle Michael:

At least she wasn't Hank's Yoko.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:52am holland oats:

bless you drumma
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:52am Doug Schulkind:

HEY, nobody fucks with Yoko on this show. No bah dee!
  Fri. 10/25/13 9:53am K W:

That harmony on Smokey sounded a little off to me which is why I thought Audrey. But you're right - a little too in tune for Audrey. Do you know where these Mothers Best recordings might be available? So many still that I've never heard
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:54am glenn:

it's kinda funny how many of these shows were sponsored by flour mills.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:55am Alex In Illinois:

As for organizing mp3s, I have my own hierachy of Windows folders, subfolder, subsubfolders, etc.

I have not had breakfast yet, and this set is making me crave biscuits and things like that.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:56am Doug Schulkind:

@K W
I downloaded 40 or 50 of these transcriptions about four years ago, but those links have long since dried up. This was before Time-Life came out with the commercial releases of many of them (editing out much of the wonderful between-song banter).
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 9:59am Gary:

Is that flour refund still valid?
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:00am listener james from westwood:

hell, the banter's are half the fun! i gahrn'tee it!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:00am glenn:

of course, nobody had gluten issues in the forties.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:00am holland oats:

if the good lord's willing and the dough don't rise
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:00am Doug Schulkind:

Still gotcher receipt there, Gary?
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:01am listener james from westwood:

if it means taking money from hank jr, i say send in for that refund!
  Fri. 10/25/13 10:01am K W:

The banter is my favorite part. if you ever see these reappear please post links on the Motherlode
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:01am Gary:

Hank tole me his WAHrd wuz az gud az any REE seept.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:02am Uncle Michael:

Hinky Dinky Time is sort of named after King Biscuit Time (as was The King Biscuit Flower Hour).
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:03am Doug Schulkind:

@holland oats
There this ridiculous host on one of Pittsburgh's all-sports radio station's who goes by the name New York Vinnie. He finishes every broadcast in his cartoonish Brooklyn brogue saying, "We'll be back tomorrow if the good lord is willing and the creek don't rise." It is absurd.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:06am Alex In Illinois:

. . in some parts, they say it: "God be willing and the crick don't rise." Yes, they sometimes pronounce it as "crick".
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:06am holland oats:

brooklyn's creek rising anniversary is coming right up
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:06am glenn:

uncle michael- www.youtube.com...
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:08am tim from champaign:

Howdy folks. Good to hear Give the Drummer Some stream. I'm hankering for hush puppies and chicken feed for some reason.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:12am Doug Schulkind:

Well hey there, tim from champaign! How the hades are ya?!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:14am Doug Schulkind:

@holland oates
If the good lord is willing and the Gowanus doesn't rise!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:15am tim from champaign:

I'm a-ok, Doug. How about you? I recently read the ESP-DISK' oral history which got me thinking about the great Giuseppi Logan live set that you aired a few years back.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:15am Uncle Michael:

Thanks, glenn.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:16am Doug Schulkind:

Two sides of Brooklyn get to fight it out over which has the more toxic waterway, the Gowanus Canal (which I used to live two blocks from) and the Newtown Creek (or Crick, if you prefer).

@tim from c
That live show with Logan was my second to last on WFMU before moving over the stream (and Pittsburgh).
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:17am Doug Schulkind:

If the good listeners' willin' and the stream's pledge total DO rise!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:17am Webhamster Henry:

Hi Doug! More Harp! (my harp based band has a show tonight)
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:19am Doug Schulkind:

Oh harpy day, it's Webhamster Henry!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:19am Webhamster Henry:

Folks: Pledge and some day my band can do a live set in the WFMU Live stadium.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:25am ndbob:

This is great Doug!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:26am Doug Schulkind:

Glad you like, ndbob!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:32am still b/p:

I didn't get around to taking an intended goofy picture of a staged slurp of the Gowanus on a Brooklyn trip a couple of weeks ago, for a friend who was a coordinator/facilitator for a few years in all the government/community Gowanus clean-up folderol.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:34am Stanley:

Jeez, I thought they would never go.
Can tune in now (and zone out).
Yeah.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:36am Doug Schulkind:

Welcome Stanley! Thanks for your pledge last week. And...

Thanks for YOUR pledge this week, Webhamster H!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:37am Brian in UK:

Hello Doug. We used to have a nightclub round the corner called Shades one day the S dropped off.
Hello Stanley.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:42am listener james from westwood:

were i the owner, i'd never fix that sign.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:47am duke:

There was nightclub Providence that had red neon sign saying Hell above the door. I used to walk past the door to hell, but never went in.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:48am tim from champaign:

Last night I saw the William Parker Quartet with Hamid Drake on the skins. It was quite nice.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:49am glenn:

the goof, speaking of signs with missing letters - thegoof.ca
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:50am Brian in UK:

@Tim 'quite nice' wtf
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:50am Doug Schulkind:

I bet it was, Tim. As widely loved and respected as William Parker is, I feel he is still massively under appreciated and celebrated.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:54am tim from champaign:

heeheehee Brian. It was also pretty friggin great. How's that?

Yeah, they played for a little more than an hour. The show was held in the main gallery of the campus art museum. the sound in there is acoustically phenomenal. The trumpeter and sax man had some fun by playing in various parts of the room.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:58am Brian in UK:

Sounds great Tim there are some really good gigs around acoustically. I can help with the chicken feed.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 10:59am Doug Schulkind:

A blurb I wrote for my Favorites of 2005 list about a William Parker record was reprinted on the record label's website: www.aumfidelity.com...
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:01am Brian in UK:

Listening in a Nokia 800, acoustically, shite but my PC will not turn on
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:02am tim from champaign:

Nice description, Doug. A selfless bandleader is a spot-on observation of Parker.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:02am Doug Schulkind:

The voice you hear is of the amazingful Maggie Nicols. (No relation to Red Nichols, heard earlier in the programme.)
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:03am duke:

@tim I'm jealous
  Fri. 10/25/13 11:03am Raissa St. Pierre:

so true about William Parker Doug. right on review of his Sound Unity record.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:04am Doug Schulkind:

Hey Raissa! Always great to hear from you!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:05am Jeff Golick:

I overslept. Is this where is the par-tay?
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:06am Doug Schulkind:

You smelled the free jazz in your sleep, Jeff. The wafting aromas entered through your nostrils and grab you by the spleen. And here you are.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:08am Doug Schulkind:

In the next set, I am going to play a new song by WFMU's own Laura Cantrell. It may be her best ever. So far.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:10am ndbob:

excellent show Doug - I need to go for a bit - catch the rest on the archive
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:11am Uncle Michael:

This the party to celebrate my impending self-immolation by vinyl.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:14am Uncle Michael:

This is so good.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:15am Doug Schulkind:

See you later, ndbob. Glad to have you in the flesh for a while.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:15am Brian in UK:

Iam, Ian or Iain?
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:17am Doug Schulkind:

This is actually Ian's little-known older brother, Iam. He was the real genius in the family. (cough cough)
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:18am glenn:

he invented ian bic pentameter.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:19am Doug Schulkind:

Exactly, glenn.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:20am Brian in UK:

He did swap the spelling of his name though. Adding an extra 'i'.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:20am Jeff Golick:

I know I missed the iTunes/tech parley earlier, but can I ask a question here?
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:21am Uncle Michael:

The chair recognizes the Senator from Oregon.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:22am Brian in UK:

@Jeff only questions on medaeval farming.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:22am Shaun:

'Wifty men' set, Doug?
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:22am Uncle Michael:

Or Brooklyn...
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:23am Jeff Golick:

So, Uncle Michael, your remote access set-up -- your music is in a cloud? Wafting above a medaeval farm?
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:23am Doug Schulkind:

I don't know the question, Jeff, but the answer is STAY AWAY FROM THE LATEST iTUNES UPDATE.

You know me well, Shaun. Though this set will get less male at its end.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:24am Uncle Michael:

Only in the sense that my cloud is about 17" from my right foot, as we speak. I'd be happy to elucidate some time.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:25am Jeff Golick:

...curious about how you are accessing that cache remotely, via phone, e.g...
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:26am Jeff Golick:

@Doug: I tend to avoid those updates until the grumbling from the field subsides...
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:27am Doug Schulkind:

Uncle Michael, I Love Elucidate. Please feel free to splain your set-up (in dumbed down terms) via email, when you have a free moment.

Speaking of Uncle Michael, EVERYONE stay tuned for Hinky Dinky Time, coming up next here on the Drummer Stream: wfmu.org...
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:28am Uncle Michael:

Squeezebox is a hardware/software solution that's not conceived as a remote access solution. There are physical players and a server application that runs on a PC here in the studio. There are various virtual controllers that can run, without purchasing any hardware...and a little application that can make a controller a player on the system. So my phone is a player...my PCs are players, my tablet is a player. The software to do ALL of this is free and no hardware players are required.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:29am Doug Schulkind:

@Jeff
The latest iTunes update, which I idiotically decided to install just before working on today's show last night, has completely failed, leaving me no access to my digital library. The thing I am happiest about is that I did not actually punch my iMac in the face at 3am this morning.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:29am Jeff Golick:

GAH; nightmare.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:30am Uncle Michael:

The server software is my "cloud." You point it at a the music library, it builds a database and it all becomes navigable. You can add streams, podcasts...
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:30am Lewis:

@Doug - I miss Steve...
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:30am Doug Schulkind:

A little tacked-on hidden track at the end of The Exile?
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:32am Uncle Michael:

What a great set.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:33am Doug Schulkind:

@Lewis
Steve Stein? Steve McQueen? The Stompy Stevedores? I am too dense to figure which Steve.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:35am Doug Schulkind:

This Rufus Wainwright record just KILLS me. In a good way.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:35am Jeff Golick:

Clean Steve?
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:35am Uncle Michael:

I should say that there are other ways to do what I do but this works for me and I have three hardware devices that actually depend on this set up so I never explored Plex or any other solutions.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:36am Lewis:

@Doug - sorry I am multitasking to too high a degree. I just dropped in on your frustration with the new iTunes... The Steve I was referring too is Jobs. Fanatical perfectionism is hard to garner in his absence I fear.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:37am Uncle Michael:

Beautiful.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:37am Doug Schulkind:

@Lewis
Aha! I with you...
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:38am Uncle Michael:

Feh. Steve is responsible for the whole "we know best" attitude.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:39am Brian in UK:

Ah Laura. This sounds like a step in a different direction with production values, mind I am listening on a telephone.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:41am Lewis:

@UM - I am sympathetic, but I found the Jobs' sensibility was more often than not lined up well with mine and I have spent many more hours "under the hood" on computers than I had hoped for my lifetime...
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:41am Lewis:

Laura does sound good - her voice has matured nicely
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:42am Uncle Michael:

The next room: wfmu.org...
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:44am Doug Schulkind:

@Lewis
It really has (Laura's voice.) She shows more range on this record than previously.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:44am listener james from westwood:

must go to lunch but will be back in for the 1 pm hour of your show, UM!
many thanks, doug, and all ye pledgers and lis'ners!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:48am Doug Schulkind:

Make sure to chew thoroughly, Listener James!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:48am Alex In Illinois:

Every time Daddy came home, he would act like a Frenchman!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:49am northguineahills:

I concur w/ Lewis.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:50am Brian in UK:

Good luck with the technical bits, Doug. Great show as ever.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:50am Uncle Michael:

Hurry back James.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:50am Alex In Illinois:

That was French, right? Or was it Lingala?
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:51am Doug Schulkind:

French all the way.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:51am Brian in UK:

Fluent gibberish.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:52am Doug Schulkind:

This William Onyeabor track is on the new Luaka Bop collection "World Psychedelic Classics 5: Who Is William Onyeabor?" It's sort of (I think) a sampler of the big Onyeabor box set Luaka Bop is putting out.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:54am Doug Schulkind:

We need just $120 to heave my ass over the 50% hurdle. I'm holding the baton in my teeth, people!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:56am Jeff Golick:

William Onyeabor is da bomb.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:56am tim from champaign:

Yes! I first learned about William Onyeabor through Luaka Bop's "Love's A Real Thing" comp. Soooo good.

I'm tapped out y'all but please pledge if you have not done so already!

Thanks for the great tunes and enjoyable morning, Doug.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:58am Doug Schulkind:

The blog Flash Strap has posted a bunch of Onyeabor records: flashstrap.blogspot.com...
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:58am ndbob:

back for the very end
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:59am northguineahills:

Thanks Doug!
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 11:59am Uncle Michael:

Thanks very much, Doug.
Avatar    Fri. 10/25/13 12:01pm Alex In Illinois:

Transporting to Hink Dinky . . . . ZZZZZZZZZZZ... . .
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