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November 9, 2007 Options
Pat Boone is so gay
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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)

Hariprasad Chaurasia 

Dhun Sindhi Bhairavin
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Maestro of the India Flute
(Times Square 1980)
Nathamuni Brothers  Kriti Raghuvamsa Sudha, Raga
Kadanakutuhalam   Options

Madras 1974

(Fire Museum 1974)
S.P. Balasubramanyam (with Chitra)  Samakku Samakku   Options South India's Golden Tenor
(Oriental 1990)
Laxmikant Pyarelal
(feat. Amit Kumar & Shailendra Singh) 
Bekaraar Bekaraar Bekaraar Kiya   Options Sitar Beat: Indian Style Heavy Funk
Volume 2
(Guerrilla )

Talkover Music:
The Steps 
Bebendi Bendi   Options Krontjong Warna-Warni
(Time Stereo 1960s)


Timba, Timbero
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En Cumbanchoa
(Barbaro )
Beto Villa  Rancho Grande   Options Father of Orquesta Tejana
Volume 1
(Arhoolie early 1950s)
Melcochita y Su Conjunto  Cobardía   Options ¡Gózalo! Bugalú Tropical
Volume 2
(Vampisoul 1965)
Cortijo y Kako y Sus Tambores  Chiviriquitón   Options

Ritmos y Cantos
(Ansonia 1970)
Tony Pabón y Protesta  Quasimodo   Options Introducing Nestor Sanchez
(Rico 1973)

Talkover Music:
How Rustem, the Thief, Moves Through Fire   Options Sufiq
(Soleilmoon 2000)

Misha Mengelberg Kwartet 

If I Had You
(Listen: Pop‑up)
Driekusman Total Loss
(Varajazz 1964)
Barry Guy & the London Jazz Composers Orchestra  Part VII   Options Ode
(Intakt 1972)

Black Paladins   Options Black Paladins
(Black Saint 1979)
Alice Coltrane  Ohnedaruth   Options A Monastic Trio
(Impulse! 1968)

Talkover Music:
Nicola Conte 
Forma 2000   Options Bossa Per Due
(ESL 2000)

Pat Boone

Homophobic robocall
(Listen: Pop‑up)
Mass phone call dialed out to thousands of Kentucky voters prior to the election for governor
(Go fuck yourself Pat 2007)
Peter Grudzien  Kentucky Candy   Options The Unicorn
(Parallel World )
Tim Hardin  Last Sweet Moments   Options Suite for Susan Moore and Damion
(Columbia 1970)
Mick Softley  Ship   Options


(Columbia 1970)
Fapardokly  Lila   Options Fapardokly
(UIP 1966)
Johnny Darrell  Snowblind Friend   Options Sing It Lonesome
(Raven 1969)

Talkover Music:
Arkie Shibley 
Blue Guitar Ramble   Options Hot Rod Race
(Collector 1950s)

Rose Maddox 

Wild, Wild Young Men
(Listen: Pop‑up)
Wild, Wild Young Women
(Rounder )
Judy Lynn  I Lost My Wings Last Night   Options 15 Country Greats
(Columbia )

Norma Jean
Another Man Loved Me Last Night   Options I Guess That Comes From Being Poor
(Omni 1970)
Loretta Lynn  The Pill   Options Back to the Country
(MCA 1975)
The Stonemans  All the Guys That Turn Me On Turn Me Down   Options In All Honesty
(Omni 1970)
Bobbie Gentry  Niki Hoeky   Options Ode to Billie Joe
(Capitol 1967)

Talkover Music:
Nino Rota 
The Clowns (Part 2)   Options Sopundtrack: The Clowns
(CAM 1971)

Sam Mangwana 

Georgette Eckins
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Georgette Eckins
(Adios 1978)
Madiodio  Xouda Doki   Options Sorano Singers
(Dakar Sound )
Flavian Nyathi and Blues Revolution  Vakasara   Options

Ropa Re

(Gallo 1980)

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

Listener comments!

  9:21am Paul Sherratt, UK:

"We've arrived at the most precarious time in this country since the Revolutionary War"

Good grief, Pat Boone hasn't got a new record deal has he ?
  9:26am pat:

man this Balasubramanyam sounds perfect this morning. Just saw Darjeeling Limited
  9:32am Laurie:

Indian disco is the best kind of disco.
  9:33am Paul Sherratt:

But have a thought for the dj who has back announce the names ...
  9:36am Wes:

It's a goooooood morning (as long as I continue to feign interest in my co-workers and pull it off successfully)
  9:40am bob:

More Laxmikant Pyarelal is available at
  9:45am Doug:

Right you are Bob. Third Floor is a FABULOUS source for Bollywoodiana! Thanks for sharing
  9:53am Parq:

Here's another good source for Give-the Drummer-Someish music of all stripes:
  10:04am Pamela:

Thanks Parq!
  10:40am nh_dave:

Doug you should do an entire show of just your bed music sometime.
  10:48am Parq:

Doug, got a copy of Ned Sublette's "Cowboys are Frequently Secretly" handy?
  10:49am Doug:

nh_dave, I actually did that last year! Here's the link to the playlist/archive:
  10:51am jonathan:

thank you!!!
  10:52am nh_dave:

As usual you are a step ahead of all of us Doug :) Will check it out
  11:09am adam:

as a kentucky listener, i am embarassed. thanks for the candy, though. this is a very nice state, really--but, as Mark Twain said, we are just a little "slow".
  11:12am Greg from DC:

The saddest show I ever saw was Tim Hardin at the Unicorn Coffee house in Boston around 1972-73, It was just Tim and another piano player. He looked pretty strung out, but produced some of the most sublime sad, sad music I have ever heard. It just broke your heart.
  11:18am Kathryn:

Congressional Democrats sold out transgendered people like myself this week ("House Approves Broad Protection for Gay Workers," NY Times, Nov. 8), intentionally slicing the T off the GLBT.
  11:18am cannonball:

wait when was that Pat Boone call from? thats recent?
  11:20am Pete:

Goddamnit, I did not need to see that!
  11:29am Sean Padilla:

This Loretta Lynn song is awesome and hilarious!
  11:33am Sybil:

Niki Hoeky!

You've just made my day - again.
  11:37am Parq:

Wait! Wait! It's after 11 and I'm still getting work done! Oh Lord, I'm going into withdrawal...
  11:40am jonathan:

you have outdone yourself this morn. very pleasing to the fine powder that was once my brain.
  11:42am Doug:

Cannonbal, that Pat Boone call was from earlier this week, in advance of Tuesday's gubenatorial elections in Kentucky. Read all about it here:
  11:43am Sloane:

Fascinating. You just described the present weather in Aulander, NC perfectly.
  11:46am jonathan:

pat boone, please leap from the highest point possible into a glass of your own waste.
  11:52am Doug:

No Jonathan,
We have to learn to be tolerant of the intolerant. After all, hateful, vicious bastards are people too.
  11:53am nh_dave:

Not to get all political but I love that the righties of kentucky believe that the biggest threat is more tolerance of people different than ones self. Pandering to that crap is what I hate about politics these days.

I have seen Pat Boone on TBN many times pandering and it is pretty sad.
  6:35am dave:

Hi man love the pogram so eclectic. Now a committed listener and those feeds are great. Greetings from the UK
  8:02am Doug:

Hey UK Dave,
Glad to know you. Most of my listeners are committed, so you're in good company! See you next week.
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