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July 26, 2016 Options
Jazz from film special
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
James Brown 
Cold Sweat (pt. 1)   Options b/w Cold Sweat (pt. 2)
(King 1967)

Duke Ellington  Main Title and Anatomy of a Murder   Options Anatomy of a Murder (OST)
(Columbia 1959)
Miles Davis  Nuit Sur les Champs-Elysees (take 2)   Options Ascenseur Pour L'Échafaud (OST)
(Fontana 1957)
Boxhead Ensemble  Coastal Border   Options Last Place to Go
(Atavistic 1998)
Mal Waldon  Hillary   Options Sweet Love, Bitter (OST)
(Impulse! 1967)
Dave Pike Set  Mathar   Options b/w I'm on My Way
(MPS 1969)
Krzysztof Komeda  Panic   Options Rosemary's Baby (OST)
(Dot 1968)
Walt Dickerson  Selina's Fantasy   Options Impressions of "A Patch of Blue"
(MGM 1965)
Yusef Lateef  A Priest's Garden   Options Tracks in the Sand (OST)
(Access 1962)
Gato Barbieri  Last Tango In Paris - Ballad   Options Last Tango in Paris (OST)
(Impulse! 1972)

Talkover Music:
Joe Claussell & Kerri Chandler 
Escravos De Jo   Options Copa Mundial Muzique:
A Selection of Afro-Caribbean and Latin Sounds in Celebration of the World Cup '98
(Guidance 1998)

Sonny Rollins  Alfie's Theme   Options Alfie (OST)
(Impulse! 1966)
Art Ensemble of Chicago w. Fontella Bass  Theme De Yo Yo   Options Les Stances a Sophie (OST)
(Nessa 1970)

Closing Theme:
Specks Williams 
We Gave the Drummer Some   Options b/w Specks Blues
(Jax 196?)

Listener comments!

Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 5:27pm XapnoMapcase:

Morning Doug, drummers. Great to have you back Doug. I've been loving the last couple of shows.
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 5:32pm Doug Schulkind:

Good morning to you, XapnoMapcase! Listening to this show will be like espresso in you ears.
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 5:57pm listener james from westwood:

Evening, Doug and all! In for the film jazz, and maybe that lady's baby. I hear he has his father's eyes.
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 5:57pm Doug Schulkind:

Aye! I nominate you, Listener James!
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 5:59pm listener james from westwood:

Rosemary is not my lov-er
She's just a girl who lives at the Da-ko-ta
The kid is not my son!
[moonwalks into lamp]
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:01pm ndbob:

evening Doug and everyone!
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:03pm ndbob:

i read the novel a few months ago
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:04pm Doug Schulkind:

Howdy there, ndbob!
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:13pm Doug Schulkind:

I love how rapt you all are this evening. I guess I'm doing a rapt music show, then,
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:15pm listener james from westwood:

@ndbob: I haven't read that one, but I did read "The Exorcist" back in college. The detective from the movie, Kinderman, is in it and has a slightly meatier role.
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:15pm XapnoMapcase:

This is gorgeous. Reminds me of Ocean Songs
Avatar    Tue. 7/26/16 6:17pm hyde:

hiya, drummer some-ers
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:17pm Doug Schulkind:

Would love to hear a 3-hour version of this.
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:18pm listener james from westwood:

While we're mentioning novels that became blockbuster movies, I also sneak-read my mom's paperback of "Jaws," which she had taken on the family's annual summer Jersey Shore trip (of course), sometime in grammar school. The majority of it was over my head but I did get the "big shark = bad" message.
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:18pm Doug Schulkind:

Awright, it's hyde!
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:18pm listener james from westwood:

@Doug: True of no small number of tracks I've heard on this pertick'ler show.
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:19pm ndbob:

@James - I saw The Exorcist when it came out too - never saw Anatomy of a Murder but it's been on my list for a long tome
  Tue. 7/26/16 6:20pm Dean:

If Wikipedia is correct, Boxhead Ensemble was formed to generate a musical soundtrack to a student movie about the Original Pantry Cafe, which is a real place in downtown LA. A friend of mine in high school owned a flower business that delivered settings to restaurants and events. We'd get up at 3:00 a.m. to drive from the east end of the county to the downtown flower market (hopping at that hour), deliver the arrangements to the west side, return via downtown for breakfast at the Pantry, then head to school, our guts busted from massive pancakes and high octane coffee. Waiters at the Pantry ("We never close.") shouted orders to the kitchen.
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:20pm geezerette:

Hello Doug and diggers.
Pouring straight Sumatra in my ears right now.
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:20pm XapnoMapcase:

I once read Jaws in the first week of a six week holiday in the South Pacific. Then I was too terrified to get in the water for the rest of the trip!
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:23pm listener james from westwood:

Any job that ends with a pancake and coffee binge has at least one thing going for it.
  Tue. 7/26/16 6:24pm Mr C:

Thinking about Give the Drummer Some - and a few nice things.
  Tue. 7/26/16 6:27pm Dean:

Hell, yeah. Problem was we were just starting our school day. And we were ordinarily pretty good, compliant students, who only very rarely posted large banners in the student quad reading, SREK CUFNM ADL LAER’OUY. Rarely.
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:27pm Doug Schulkind:

Greetings, geezerette!

I bow low to you, Mr C!
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:28pm Doug Schulkind:

@Dean
Keep your eye on that Big Sur fire. My sister had to evacuate Sunday night.
Avatar    Tue. 7/26/16 6:29pm hyde:

Walt Dickerson is kind of underrated, yes?
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:31pm Doug Schulkind:

@hyde
I think Dickerson would have to get rated first, before he could be considered underrated. So damn far off the radar, he.
  Tue. 7/26/16 6:31pm Dean:

She lives near Big Sur? We're about 150 miles away.
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:33pm Doug Schulkind:

@Dean
She lives in Berkeley, but has a cabin in Big Sur. (It's the cabin Lawrence Ferlinghetti built. In Bixby Canyon, just a short gambol through the woods out to the sea and under the Bixby Bridge.
Avatar    Tue. 7/26/16 6:34pm hyde:

@Doug true. and i have to say i've been listening to jazz-ish music for going on 40 years and i'm still just kind of getting around to him. i only just got the 1975 Whynot session with Wilbur Ware and Andrew Cyrille, and it's aces. i'm glad there's still discoveries for me to make, but when i hear Walt Dickerson now it seems he should not have been neglected!
  Tue. 7/26/16 6:36pm Dean:

@Doug: That is amazing. I hope the fire avoids it. She's half a dozen miles from the burning park. Scary.
Avatar    Tue. 7/26/16 6:41pm hyde:

wow, there is really nothing out there about Tracks in the Sand, the movie
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:42pm Doug Schulkind:

That park is her favorite place to go for walks and such.

@hyde
Yup. Over the years, I've come to half-believe it's a hoax.
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:45pm Doug Schulkind:

I think my playing Mal Waldron's "Hillary" put her over the top in the delegate count. Someone factcheck that for me...
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:49pm ndbob:

Of course Doug:) Actually SD put her over the top
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:50pm Doug Schulkind:

Next up, and last selection for the hour, one of my all-time records—which happens to be a soundtrack.

@ndbob
SD must've felt girded by my firm support.
Avatar    Tue. 7/26/16 6:51pm hyde:

oh, i love this AEC number. i still remember when i bought this record and played it for the first time.
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:52pm listener james from westwood:

Can only imagine the context in which this epic track was used in the picture.
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:52pm XapnoMapcase:

my kids are dancing up a storm
  Tue. 7/26/16 6:53pm Dean:

@Doug: I'll email you two NYT stories, one from '61, the other early '62, reporting on "Tracks in the Sand." If it was a hoax, it was an elaborate one, because the early story reports on its filming and the later one on an imminent distribution deal.
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:53pm ndbob:

@Doug that they did
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 7/26/16 6:54pm northguineahills:

There is no way in Hades that I've never faved Theme de Yo Yo, unless there;s a max to the string of memory Kenzo programmed for everyone's faves/
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:54pm Doug Schulkind:

@hyde
Takes your breath away. I once exchanged emails with Fontella Bass about the lyrics to this number. Actually I emailed her, but never received a response. But I know what her response would have been, so I count it as received.

@XapnoMapcase
Raising kids Right!

@Dean
Thanks! Will love to read those stories.
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:55pm Doug Schulkind:

@northguineahills
So nice to see you! But be careful, there is a rogue version of this number floating around out there...
Avatar    Tue. 7/26/16 6:55pm hyde:

@Dean huh, fascinating.
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:56pm Doug Schulkind:

GIVE THE DRUMMER RADIO PROGRAMMING ALERT...
Kurt Gottschalk and Miniature Minotaurs is next, filling in for Kaminsky Kamoutsky on the Drummer Stream.

PLAYLIST HERE: wfmu.org...

@Dean
Got the email. Thanks!
  Tue. 7/26/16 6:57pm Dean:

@hyde: The '62 story mentions a "pre-release entry of 'Tracks in the Sand' at the Cannes International Film Festival."
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:57pm Doug Schulkind:

Dig dig dig dig dig it!
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:57pm ndbob:

excellent show Doug!
Avatar    Tue. 7/26/16 6:58pm hyde:

@Dean thanks for the info. i could find zilch on the web. i assume you have lexis-nexis access! ;)
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 6:58pm Doug Schulkind:

Thanks, ndbob!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Tue. 7/26/16 6:58pm northguineahills:

Thanks, Doug!
Avatar    Tue. 7/26/16 6:59pm hyde:

cool show, thanks for the tunes, glad i could be here live for a change!
  Tue. 7/26/16 7:00pm Dean:

@hyde: You're welcome, naturally. I have access to a lot of dbs. I found these stories in an archive of old NYT, which is nice because the output is a scan. Lexis won't have deep historical coverage newspapers.
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 7:00pm listener james from westwood:

Always a blast, Doug! Thanks for the soundtrack love!
Avatar Tue. 7/26/16 7:01pm Doug Schulkind:

Always a pleasure, James!
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