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December 13, 2013 Options
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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 Bailes Brothers  The Future Holds Nothing   Options Remember Me: The Legendary King Sessions
(Bear Family 1946)
The Osborne Brothers  (Is This) My Destiny   Options b/w She's No Angel
(RCA Victor 1957)
Ichabod Powell  Taters & Beans   Options b/w No Midnight Smoochin'
(Madison 1955)
Jim & Edith Young  We've Got to Go   Options b/w I Don't Need You Anymore
(Jay 1957)
Wesley & Marilyn Tuttle  Tennessee Mambo   Options b/w Higher, Higher and Higher
(Capitol 1954)
Monte Mead  Cape Canaveral   Options b/w The Jelly Bean King
(Fortune 1959)
Hank Mizell  I'm Ready   Options b/w Jungle Rock
(Eko 1958)
Johnny Ray Harris  Cajun Weekend   Options b/w Doggone
(Ray 1960)

Talkover Music:
Augustus Pablo 
Drums to the King   Options Blowing With the Wind
(Greensleeves 1978)

Alexander Von Schlippenbach & Tony Oxley  Thorn Apple   Options Digger’s Harvest
(FMP 1998)
Radu Malfatti & Stephan Wittwer  So   Options Und?
(FMP 1978)

Talkover Music:
Manteca 
Afro Funky   Options Ritmo + Sabor
(EM late 1960s)

Orchestre Granville Desronvil  Déus Blues   Options Alan Lomax in Haiti
(Harte Recordings )
Papa Celestin  Marie LaVeaux   Options Papa Celestin's Golden Wedding
Alberto Montiel y Su Conjunto  Enamorao con Pena   Options Corazon Adolorido
(Victoria 1977)
Isabel Parra  Domingo Por la Mañana   Options Volumen 2
(Arena 1968)
Alasdair Roberts & Robine Robertson  The Drum Time   Options Hirta Songs
(Stone Tape 2013)

Talkover Music:
Annbjørg Lien 
The Water Lily   Options

Jeff Moore & Friends  Blind Man   Options The Youngest Son
(private press 1974)
Bob Edmund  So Far Out of It   Options I See No Colors
(Rabo 1970)
Bloomsbury People  Golden Lion   Options Bloomsbury People
(MGM 1970)
The Paradox  There's a Flower Shop   Options b/w With Someone to Love
(Fuljac 1966)
Legay  The Fantastic Story of the Steam Driven Banana   Options b/w No One
(Fontana 1968)
The Beefeaters  Please Let Me Love You   Options b/w Don't Be Long
(Elektra 1964)
The Guilloteens  I Don't Believe   Options b/w Hey You!
(Hanna-Barbera 1965)

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

Vinny Golia  Alone a) ...At Nite b) Try Toane   Options Openhearted
Serge Chaloff  How About You   Options Blue Serge
(Capitol 1956)
Sam Rivers  Dawn   Options Sizzle
(Impulse! 1975)

Talkover Music:
Bateria Fantastica da Portela 
Demonstraçao de Som e Andamento   Options Batucada Capoeira
(Soul Jazz 1978)

Akito Arap Yeko  Chepchoni Marinda   Options Kenyan Songs and Strings 1950 & 1952
(Sharp Wood 1952)
Lewlewal De Podor  Dioubalo Village Wandekadde   Options Yiilo Jaam
(Sahel Sounds 2011)
Seven Brothers Egun Band  Omi Ba Do Han Hokon   Options Egun System 4
(S.M. 1978)

Talkover Music:
Flevans 
Hey Mr Bundle   Options Make New Friends
(Tru Thoughts 2004)

Victor Brady  Brown Rain   Options Brown Rain
(Polydor 1970)
The CBS Trumpeteers  Milky White Way   Options Nashboro: I Heard the Angels Singing (Tompkins Square 1959)
Ernie & the Top Notes Inc.  Dap Walk   Options b/w Things Are Better
(Fordom 1972)
Johnny Copeland  Sufferin' City   Options b/w It's My Own Tears That's Being Wasted
(Atlantic 1968)

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

Listener comments!

Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 8:52am Brian in UK:

Tight squeeze for those goggle boxes.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 8:53am Doug Schulkind:

They aren't wide, but exceedingly deep.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 8:57am Brian in UK:

Does the squeeze have a name, boss?
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 8:59am Doug Schulkind:

She absolutely must.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 8:59am ndbob:

morning Doug, Brian, everyone!
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 9:00am Doug Schulkind:

Good morning ndbob!
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 9:00am Brian in UK:

ndbob, hello, glad you stuck to your moniker. Nice gurl. Maybe she is the squeeze.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 9:02am listener james from westwood:

our gal's name is iris!
good chilly morning, all!!
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 9:02am Brian in UK:

Doug, like the show title, waxing lyrical again.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 9:03am Doug Schulkind:

Iris! Ha ha ha ha ha ha! You're the best, Listener James.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 9:03am Uncle Michael:

Are all your pupils present, Doug?
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 9:03am duke:

Got my eye on you.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 9:04am Doug Schulkind:

I heard that, duke.

Aye aye, Doctor Michael.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 9:12am Stanley:

Oh yes...
  Fri. 12/13/13 9:12am Paul Sherratt:

Good day all and to Brian UK, my Lonnie Holley date ! Those Bailes introduced me to a favourite song title ' Whiskey Is The Devil In Liquid Form '
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 9:14am Doug Schulkind:

Hi Stanley!

Brother Paul! Brother Paul!
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 9:18am dc pat:

ok DS, do yours stuff--dislodge New Amphetamine Shriek from my stupid brain.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 9:19am Doug Schulkind:

OK, dc pat, I am setting the show on "stun." Brace yourself.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 9:19am Uncle Michael:

I'm having comedian bacon with my egg and toast.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 9:20am ndbob:

I once found a late 50s - early 60s Wesley Tuttle religious LP with a great cover
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 9:20am AndrewC.:

I need to see a video of someone doing this Tennessee Mambo.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 9:21am Brian in UK:

Stanley & Paul hi hepcats.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 9:22am Stanley:

Hi Brian. Dig the new picture - The Long Mynd if I'm not mistaken?
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 9:23am Doug Schulkind:

@Uncle Michael
The only comedians I'll eat are vegetarians.

@ndbob
He often recorded under the name "Wes Tuttle."

@AndrewC
I think you have to be 97 or older to view those videos (98 in Tennessee).
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 9:24am Brian in UK:

Funnily enough no. North Wales in late February '13. You might notice some snow still on the hills. Not got a wide enough lens for the Long Mynd.
  Fri. 12/13/13 9:33am Paul Sherratt:

Brian,
Now I know you don't trouble your tv machine too often but Welsh detective series 'Y Gwyll' well worth a view when the BBC screen it in 2014. Set in and around Aberystwyth.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 9:38am Brian in UK:

Thank you, Paul. There was a series of detective stories based around Aberystwyth a few years ago, cannot remember the authors' name. They have a camera obscura there was not that impressed sad to say.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 9:40am Hugo:

Might we expect some R.E.M. on this programme?
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 9:41am Doug Schulkind:

You know what I just absolutely LOVE? When I play "challenging" music like this, the number of listeners always seems to GO UP! Now the selection I play can't truly make people tune in (unless they are somehow drawn to the names of the song/artists reading out on the WFMU home page or in iTunes), but what it CAN possibly mean is that more people who are tuning it while it is playing ARE STAYING TUNED IN.

And that is just so fucking great!

I love you.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 9:43am Doug Schulkind:

@Hugo
I once eat snacks with R.E.M. before they hit the big time. (This was around 1981 or maybe 1982.) I have a policy against playing the music of artists I've snacked with. No I don't. I have no policies about anything. Don't believe a word I said, except in the previous comment, which is all true.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 9:45am Brian in UK:

Paul, this is the guy.
www.malcolmpryce.com
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 9:48am Hugo:

@Doug: Malfatti went more minimalist after this to the point where there was hardly anything to listen to except the natural ambiance of the performance space.

The latest DMG newsletter says that there is a "new" Isipingo out on Ogun, all reportedly unreleased material. Thought you'd like to know.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 9:49am Hugo:

"und" is "and" in English
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 9:49am Stanley:

WFMU listeners - logical?
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 9:49am jk:

put them on the air!
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 9:50am Brian in UK:

Hugo if that LP was made now it could be 'Whatever'.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 9:52am Hugo:

or "So what" or even better, "Call it anything".
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 9:53am listener james from westwood:

the challenging music was what was keeping me sane while on hold with the health insurer. trying to redeem points for health program reimbursement before they expire. the stress is undoing the gains made by the activities that helped me rack up the points!
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 9:55am Jesse K:

idk
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 9:55am Doug Schulkind:

Guess what. That WAS my daughter calling from school. But it wasn't with the school nurse. It was with her science teacher. They needed permission to forge my signature on a form due today allowing my daughter to enter some science fair competition.

I said yes of course.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 9:55am Doug Schulkind:

Howdy jk!
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 9:57am still b/p:

I turned the challenging music off only because (for a few days now) my flipflappin' computer is flipflappin' jammed up and maxi-clogged and can barely wheeze and strain through any flipflappin' thing. And so I turned the player off so I could try to make another page function a little more flipflappin' mercifully for a flipflappin' minute of personal business. But it didn't really help. Vexed eyeballs darting maniacally right here at home in a meltdown countdown.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 9:59am Doug Schulkind:

Flip´-flap`
noun. 1. The repeated stroke of something long and loose.
adverb. 1. With repeated strokes and noise, as of something long and loose.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:03am Doug Schulkind:

I guess I should be playing this Isabel Parra song on Sunday morning. Oh well.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:04am glenn:

good morning. yesterday i saw "fragranced' on a sign.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:05am still b/p:

Just what are you accusing me of? I gotta fix the machine AND go to confession?
  Fri. 12/13/13 10:06am Paul Sherratt:

Doug,
Have you ever played any of Isabel's remarkable sister, Violetta Parra's songs ?
And yes, this Alasdair cd is in the car player right now !
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:06am Doug Schulkind:

I'm so so sorry, glenn. Still, it's better than seeing "meat" used as a verb. I once saw a McDonald's billboard with the legend...

PLEASED TO MEAT YOU
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:09am Shaun:

Signed in just to fav this motherfucker.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:10am Artie:

GLAD TO MAKE YOUR ACQUAINTANCE, PATTY.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:10am glenn:

i can put up with a lot of grammatical nonsense, but using nouns as verbs makes me all ballistical.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 10:10am listener james from westwood:

holy crow, i guessed that this would be your 10am bed music, and pow: strings afire!
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 10:14am listener james from westwood:

i am a netflix/itunes tv consumer of media. haven't had a string in the wall since 1999 and never got a digital air antenna after the rug got pulled out on analog signals. other than 1 or 2 series, everything can wait until netflix has it on call.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 10:15am listener james from westwood:

might be why i've seen maybe 3 movies in the past 4 years in the theater. one of them was a re-relase of "airplane!" altho' "american hustle" looks interesting. maybe something for the vacation week.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:17am Doug Schulkind:

We left our TV in Brooklyn when we moved to Pizzaburgh. Haven't really missed it. Though I definitely will want to watch the World Cup next summer.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:18am Doug Schulkind:

This "Jeff Moore" is, as far as I know completely unrelated to WFMU's tech guru and all-around excellent fellow Jeff Moore.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:19am Andrew Waterloo:

I haven't had a TV set since about 2000. I found it surprising how much I relied on TV to keep me in the 'now' What happens at the cinema is probably the first thing to go.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:21am Doug Schulkind:

I thought I would miss watching baseball the most, but the MLB app is a miracle. It gives you access to the radio calls of every game, home and away. Brilliant.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:24am Doug Schulkind:

If you dug that Chilean folksong, you will love this collection: rockchilelatinoamerica.blogspot.com...
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 10:25am listener james from westwood:

even when i get discs via netflix, i end up watching them on the work computer. hd screen vs. the clinton-era glass teat in the living room. looking forward to getting the next disc, as i now have a bigger monitor & a blu-ray player in the computer.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:26am Doug Schulkind:

Everyone buckle up and get ready to learn about the fantastic story of the steam driven banana.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:27am Andrew Waterloo:

I have a 24" wide screen monitor that I watch everything on.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:29am Andrew Waterloo:

When I started listening to WFMU a couple years ago it was the first time in years that I was actually tuning into live broadcasts.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:29am Doug Schulkind:

I wonder how many people have died by being crushed when installing their humongous TVs.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 10:30am Uncle Michael:

(scrapping all of todays Hinky Dinky Time playlist in favor of more challenging music)
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 10:31am Uncle Michael:

The Byrds!
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:31am Doug Schulkind:

@Uncle Michael
No! What you do is the TRUE avant garde. Don't ever give it up, kid.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:32am Doug Schulkind:

Next up is one the GREAT band names ever.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 10:32am Uncle Michael:

I won't. As they say, there's a pony down there somewhere.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:33am Holly in NC:

Good morning Doug & friends! Running out the door, just want to wish everyone happy Friday. Looking forward to learning about the steam-driven banana this evening. :-)
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 10:33am listener james from westwood:

doug, there are likely a number of widescreen mishaps to be found on youtube, many no doubt owing to folks overestimating the retention power of their drywall.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:34am Doug Schulkind:

Hi/bye Holly!
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:35am Artie:

Thanks for these Guilloteens. I've only ever heard the Reigning Sound version. And like most of Greg Cartwright's work, it's almost impossible to tell covers from originals w/o checking.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 10:36am ndbob:

lots of good records on HB
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 10:36am Uncle Michael:

Could the Guilloteens have featured in an episode of Scooby Doo?
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 10:37am Uncle Michael:

Ugh, got distracted. Doug, did you mention that the Beefeaters went on to become the Byrds?
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:41am still b/p:

My big ol' hand-me down CRT television is the size and weight of a small car. It's a miracle that it hasn't crushed the flimsy stand and the other players & receivers shelved under it and crashed through to the basement with Richter-registering impact.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:44am Doug Schulkind:

No I didn't Uncle Michael, but I shoulda. I DJ demerit for me.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:45am Doug Schulkind:

Hi Artie! I wish the RS would cover Steam Driven Banana. In fact, I DARE THEM to.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:45am Lewis:

@still b/p - beautiful image!
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 10:46am Uncle Michael:

I forget to say stuff all the time. ALL THE TIME.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 10:47am Brian in UK:

Get sensory deprevation go to the pictures(movies).
At times this almost seemed like a pastiche but your ears do not lie? It gives good music, glenn!!
muscleshoals.co.uk
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 10:47am Brian in UK:

Who sang 'Lovin' you has made me bananas'?
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:49am Doug Schulkind:

Hello there Lewis!

More bananas: www.demotivationalposters.net...
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 10:55am Doug Schulkind:

Coming up later in the show, the greatest steel-drum rocker against pollution you've ever heard.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 10:57am ndbob:

Guy Marks Brian
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 11:01am Brian in UK:

Thanks ndbob. No idea where the question came from, just appeared in my fading brain.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 11:01am Doug Schulkind:

By the way, the fellow doing the sign-language presentation of today's show is completely legit.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 11:02am Lewis:

ya gotta love a nuanced radio sight gag!!
  Fri. 12/13/13 11:03am pacific standard simon:

Graveyards yawn, and vomiteth forth the ungrateful dirt-nappers. 'mornin' Doug and all.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 11:04am ndbob:

morning Simon!
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 11:04am Doug Schulkind:

Hello unrhymin' Simon!
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 11:05am Brian in UK:

Looking forward to next weeks all ventrioquist special.

Which side of the bed, simon? Oh the far side.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 11:09am Stanley:

Mmmm the flute. I'm still not convinced.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 11:09am Carmichael:

Hey Zeus Alou. Good morning Doug and TV Eyes. The start of a perfectly busy butt kicking Friday (I'm the kickee, btw).
  Fri. 12/13/13 11:10am pacific standard simon:

The side with the covers, Brian.
This bass player sounds like a spastic bumble bee on my tablet speakers.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 11:12am Carmichael:

Gotta grab tea. I don't eat beef.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 11:13am Doug Schulkind:

Rise and shine, Carmichael!
  Fri. 12/13/13 11:19am pacific standard simon:

It would be embarrassing if we were getting down to the African equivalent of Homer & Jethro.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 11:20am Doug Schulkind:

Strap in and kick back for this 17-minute journey with the Seven Brothers. (Way better than if it was a 7-minute journey with the Seventeen Brothers!)
  Fri. 12/13/13 11:23am pacific standard simon:

The seven brides demand equal time!
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 11:24am Carmichael:

Could this be considered an *opus*?
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 11:24am Webhamster Henry:

This is filling me with holiday cheer.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 11:26am Doug Schulkind:

@pss
I bet these gents could dance pretty well.

@Carmichael
Either that or maybe just an "installation."

@Webham Hen
My work is done.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 11:28am Doug Schulkind:

GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO PROGRAMMING ALERT...
Hinky Dinky Time with Uncle Michael follows this show in about half an hour. Uncle Michael's playlist page is here: wfmu.org...
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 11:30am Doug Schulkind:

This Seven Brothers record is downloadable here: orogod.blogspot.com...
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 11:42am Lewis:

I have heard the Ramones covered on Steel Drum, but this is way cooler than that!
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 11:43am Alex In Illinois:

So I decided to work from home this morning, because we need the plumber here, but today, I have not been able to connect to work so far. But, I have been listening to the show. First just through my smart phone, to make sure streaming on the computer was not preventing me from connecting to wrk. But now I am going through the computer. Someone at the office has been investigating, but so far all I have been able to do today is Listen to this show, while I try to see if I can fix the problem from my end.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 11:43am Doug Schulkind:

info on Victor Brady:

Victor BRADY hails from St. Croix in the United States Virgin Islands. He moved to mainland USA sometime in the 60's, and established himself as a popular and influential performer of the steel drum, performing in Central Park on a regular basis. Brady himself doesn't quite like the notion of coining his instrument of choice a steel drum - for him that is a cruder instrument consisting of a large 55 gallon steel barrel. Brady prefers to call the more refined instrument he plays a steel piano.

Anyhow, his steel drum performances were popular, and he soon became something of a tutor of the instrument - many performers of steel drums today can thank Brady or one of his students from the 60's and 70's for their skills in performing on the instrument.

Although mostly performing live outdoors or in special events, Brady got the chance to see his work issued on albums as well. In the late 60's he played on Scott Fagan's album South Atlantic Blues, and at about that time a talent scout from Polydor was suitably impressed by Brady's performance to offer him a record deal. The result was the album "Brown Rain", released in 1970. On this effort his steel piano was blended with a psychedelic form of heavy progressive rock, a stylisitc expression popular at the time.

In 1976 he would release another album, this time on New Your based Inner City Records. This sophomore effort, "Classic Soul", will be less interesting for those with an interest in progressive rock. But those with more than a passing interest in the steel drum as an instrument should find Brady's take on the classical works covered on this album to be a fascinating sonic experience.

In 1977 Brady gave a one-man lecture/demonstration on the Steel Piano at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C., simply named "Lecture on the Steel Piano, 1977". The lecture is still available from the Smithsonian Institute for those who'd like to know more about this artist or this version of the steel drum.

And while not recording any more solo albums Victor Brady kept going as an active performer of the steel drums, with a strong reputation among fans and performers of this instrument. He is still around and doing well.

www.progarchives.com...
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 11:44am Doug Schulkind:

@Alex
Don't let the plumber turn off the Brown Rain.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 11:47am Uncle Michael:

It's the plumber...he's come to fix the sink.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 11:47am northguineahills:

*trips over an untethered cable, crashes into shelves* *pant, pant, pant* I made it! just in time!
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 11:48am Lewis:

@Doug - do you know if this has been re-released on CD. Discogs has vinyl, but it is pricey...
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 11:49am dc pat:

dammit, didn't get to listen to the show at all today but I did get the Fugs out of my head with one of my tunes, so..
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 11:49am Doug Schulkind:

@Lewis
Not aware of any reissue. I would be happy to send you — and anyone — digital files of the songs. Just send me an email.
  Fri. 12/13/13 11:49am pacific standard simon:

The WFMU Android app has a comment character limit; both Alex and Doug got cut off. Dang!
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 11:51am Carmichael:

I was initially worried about the subject matter of this song.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 11:51am Doug Schulkind:

@pss
Yikes! I didn't know about that limitation.

Howdy NGH!
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 11:51am Lewis:

Thanks Doug - message coming… This was *really* cool!
  Fri. 12/13/13 11:52am pacific standard simon:

That Victor Brady cat is one baaaaad mofo.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 11:53am holland oats:

let's get this party started! oh wait...
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 11:54am Doug Schulkind:

The party never ends, holland oats. It just continues over here: wfmu.org...
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 11:54am Uncle Michael:

Terrific show, Doug. Thanks!

I will see you all in the next room. wfmu.org...
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 11:55am Carmichael:

This is either Tighten Up or Grazing in the Grass. Or both.
  Fri. 12/13/13 11:56am pacific standard simon:

Gotta get up to get down with Uncle Michael.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 11:56am Uncle Michael:

Same thought.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 11:56am duke:

Thanks Mr Drummer. Great Show
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 11:56am Doug Schulkind:

Very Tighten Upish!
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 11:56am ndbob:

excellent show Doug!
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 11:57am Doug Schulkind:

Thanks for a ton of fun, duke and ndbob and everyone!
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 11:58am listener james from westwood:

a pleasure and a privilege to listen. thanks, doug!
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 11:58am Brian in UK:

Jolly good work Mr Drummer & then Some.
Avatar Fri. 12/13/13 11:58am Doug Schulkind:

w00t to you, LJFW!
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 11:59am Carmichael:

Tighten up on that drum now ... Oh, YEAH!
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 12:00pm Brian in UK:

Always had Robert Greenidge (good Trini name) down as the top steel pan man.
Avatar    Fri. 12/13/13 12:00pm Stanley:

Thanks Doug
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