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July 6, 2007 Options
Shhhhhhh, Kengo Iuchi and Kaoru Abe are sharing a quiet spot of tea
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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)

Dorothy Masuka  Forbidden Games   Options
([unreleased] 1966)

Chris McGregor

and the
Castle Lager Big Band
Switch   Options Jazz: The African Sound
(Teal 1963)
Baden-Baden Workshop Band  You Ain't Gonna Know Me,
'Cause You Think You Know Me   Options
His Master's Bones
(Cuneiform 1976)
Julian Bahula's Jazz Afrika  Son of the Soil   Options Son of the Soil
(Tsafrika 1982)

Talkover Music:
Organic Grooves 
Funky Not Stinky   Options D'Afro Disco Garri-Mix
(Codek 2002)

Ana y Jaime  Hombre Formal   Options Es Largo el Camino
(Amort 1968)
Los Ecos  La Gran Pelea   Options Psicofásicos de Bolivia
(Condor 1967)
Totem  Todos   Options Totem
(Vampisoul 1971)
Bwana  Motemba   Options Bwana
(Acid Symposium )
The Speakers  Historia de un Loto Que Floresco
en Otoño   Options

En el Maravilloso
Mundo de Ingeson

(The Speakers 1968)

Talkover Music:
Bee Houston 
Blues for Rupez   Options The Hustler
(Arhoolie 1968)

Armin Berg  Neue Trommelverse   Options Wein: Populäre Jüdische Küntsler
(Trikont 1929)
Naftule Brandwein & Abe Schwartz' Orchestra  Fihren die Mechutonim Aheim   Options Klezmer Music: Early Yiddish Instrumental Music: 1908-1927
(Arhoolie 1923)
Zadik Zecharia  Zaina Zaina   Options Kurdish Melodies Played on Zorna
(Fact 1980)
Leib Glantz  Sh'ma Yisro'el   Options Mysteries of the Sabbath:
Classic Cantorial Recordings 1907-1947
(Yazoo 1929)

Rabbi Naftali
Zvi Margolies
A selection from the Harry Smith recordings   Options Talmudic Legends and Liturgical Songs
(unreleased 1953-1954)
The Golden Gate Orchestra  Hallelujah   Options Crazy Words, Crazy Tune
(Document 1927)

Talkover Music:
Dirty Dozen Brass Band 
Dead Dog in the Street   Options Buck Jump
(Mammoth 1999)

Snooks Eaglin  Country Boy Down in New Orleans   Options Country Boy Down in New Orleans
(Arhoolie late 1950s)
The Wild Magnolias  Ho Na Nae   Options The WIld Magnolias
(Barclay 1973)
24-Carat Black  Poverty's Paradise   Options

Misfortune's Wealth

(Stax 1973)
Melvin Van Peebles  Love That's America   Options As Serious as a Heart-Attack
(A&M 1971)
Sam Cooke  A Change Is Gonna Come   Options Portrait of Legend
(Abkco 1965)
Mavis Staples  My Own Eyes   Options We'll Never Turn Back
(Anti- 2007)

Talkover Music:
Samba Pa Ti   Options Abraxas
(Columbia 1970)

David S. Ware  Prayer   Options Birth of a Being
(Hat Hut 1977)
Peter Brötzmann & Han Bennink  No. 5   Options Atsugi Concert
(Gua-Bungue 1980)

Kaoru Abe
Track 2   Options Winter 1972
(PSF 1972`)
Arthur Doyle  I'd Live in Her World, Then Without Her in Mine   Options Live in Japan, 1997
(Qbico 1997)

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

Masato Minami  Aoi Omokage   Options Kaikisen (The Tropics)
(RCA 1971)
Slap Happy Humphrey  G-Senjo ni Hitori   Options Slap Happy Humphrey
(Alchemy 1995)
Takashi Nishioka  Track 5   Options

Manin No Ki

(Prime Direction 1973)
Kengo Iuchi  Track 2   Options Inugami to Kachiku
(Kubitsuri 1995)

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

Listener comments!

  9:12am Brandon:

Dont make me add anymore. It hurts
  9:15am Doug:

Add, subtract, divide, multiply. Whatever. Just do something.
  9:23am Brandon:

Doug, Have you ever considered a "morning zoo" approach to radio?
  9:25am brown:

Ich liebe es!!!
  9:27am Doug:

Actually, in 2000, this program was voted "Best Morning Radio Show" in NYC beating Stern and Imus and that "Morning Zoo" show, on the Website CitySearch NY.

  9:32am Hugo:

Pretty good so far, but you knew I would say that.
  9:38am Pamela:

Boy, youse DJ's really have to work hard - accuplaylist, real time comments, etc.

Love your show, as usual... The only problem is that it keeps me glued to the desk and I have to go to the bathroom! :-)
  9:39am Doug:

Hugo this way and I go that!
  9:43am Hugo:

You go Broadway and I go Norway, meeting on Bergen Street!
  9:45am Rowney:

love it from rainy england
  9:47am cmc:

I'm craving some early Santana, can ya help a listener out?
  9:58am Hugo:

No rain here in Bergen, Norway, which some folks would claim is against nature. Bergen is the Seattle of Norway, weather-wise and is also the sister city of that city on the upper west coast. Up in the far north, people are sunbathing (!) whereas those unfortunate to be residing in the eastern interior are slowly drowning. Ah well ...
  10:02am Doug:

The sun is glorious here in NYC/Northern NJ. A cool day in July is a Cool day in July, if you get me!
  10:14am The Other Doug:

Loverly day in Ann Arbor today, too.

Anyone want to go to the beach tomorrow with me and Annie?
  10:15am Parq:

A Friday day off at last, and I get to listen to the whole show for a change. Indeed, I slept through the first half-hour. A good deal, except I missed that glorious segue from the Israeli Anthem to Jujus. No setup is perfect.
  10:17am Sybil:

Doug, this recording by Rabbi Naftali Zvi Margolies is so beautiful and such a great historical record of a certain style. Is there any way to get it released?

Love your show.
  10:18am Doug:

Parq, you pick up the Other Doug and Annie in your Falcon Stationwagon, then blow your horn three times and I'll be down in a flash.
  10:22am Brandon:

I am still lamenting the lack of an FMU zoo.

We need:
Sound effects

Zoinks!!! I say
  10:30am gerardo:

tremenda playlist la de hoy!,
tremenda selección de rock sudaca! - y muy buen castellano el tuyo, doug (your spanish sounds great, man)

saludos a todos en WFMU desde Chile, otra vez
  10:33am Doug:

Gerardo, I'm glad three years of high school Spanish can be put to good use. Please don't hesitate to correct me when necessary.
  10:57am gerardo:

cero problema, compadre! ;)
  10:59am ?:

  11:03am cmc:

Doug, you rock!!!
  11:10am Doug:

Maybe igneus, possibly metamorphic but surely not sedimentary...
  11:17am b:

or the sort of rock that falls in Freehold
  11:26am Matt:

If coffee won't wake you up Kaoru Abe certainly will!
  11:29am Doug:

Nothing like putting a little Abe in your coffee.
  11:33am Hugo:

Adding Arthur (Doyle), the cup will surely overflow!
  12:03pm Hugo:

... and adding that last chap is gonna blow the cup to smithereens ...
  12:04pm Bob Lee:

Awright! The Kengo luchi lunchtime special! Hows'about a loop next time?
  12:06pm Doug:

Brian Turner says it sounds like he's having his back waxed.
  12:12pm Hugo:

Better than having his front waxed, I suppose ...
  9:36pm Rob Eyre:

24 carat blacknuss
  10:39am Doug:

That 24-Carat Black album was a revelation. Didn't know of it until I found it online. Check the link, in the playlist, above.

  11:11am Paul Sherratt:

Rain stopped play for the Friday Live but maybe that was a blessing - medicine this strong needs controlled doses !

That Cooke & Staples ... oh boy.

Has Stanley Winston ever featured on The Drummer ?
  12:08am Doug:

Anyone beloved to the beloved John Peel is beloved to me. Yes, I have played Mr. Winston (looky here: and I got that track from a wunnerful collection called "Great Moments in Vinyl History," compiled by the beloved Andy Kershaw. Now where or where did I get that disc from? The beloved Paul Sherratt!!
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