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February 15, 2008 Favoriting
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
Sarah Webster Fabio 
Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues   Favoriting Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues
(Folkways 1976)
ECD  In Tempo   Favoriting Major Force: The Original Art-Form
(Mo Wax 1990)

The Gaytones 

Once He Loved Me
(Listen: Pop-up)

Doo-Wop Girls
(Courtesy of Rockerstomp )
The Aladdins  Help Me   Favoriting Aladdin & Imperial R&B Vocal Group Magic
Volume 2
(IM )
The Chords  Cross Over the Bridge   Favoriting Best of the Chords
(Cat 1954)
King Krooners  Now That She's Gone   Favoriting Excello Vocal Groups
(AVI )

Tony Allen
It Hurts to Be Hurt   Favoriting The Ebb Records Story
Volume 1
(Specialty 1958)

Talkover Music:
Bobby Montez 
Kon-Tiki   Favoriting Jungle Fantastique!
(Cubop 1958)

Jimmy Little

Shadow of the
(Listen: Pop-up)
Buried Country: The Story of
Aboriginal Country Music

(Pluto Press 1960)
Johnnie Ray  Mister Midnight   Favoriting Love Me
(Cherry Red 1952)
Jacques Brel  Les Flamandes   Favoriting Infiniment
(Barclay 1959)
Jimmy Scott  When Did You Leave Heaven   Favoriting Little Jimmy Scott
(Savoy 1955)
Bob Dorough  But For Now   Favoriting

Just About

(Evidence 1966)
Ray Charles  Till I Can't Take It Anymore   Favoriting Country & Western
(Rhino 1970)
Eddie Jefferson  Soft and Furry   Favoriting Letter From Home
(Riverside 1962)

Talkover Music:
Joe Claussell & Kerri Chandler 
Escravos de Jo   Favoriting Copa Mundial Muzique
(Guidance 1998)

Harry & Wilga Williams &
Country Outcasts 

Streets of Old Fitzroy
(Listen: Pop-up)
Buried Country: The Story of
Aboriginal Country Music

(Pluto Press 1960s)

There's An Empty Cot In The Bunkhouse Tonight   Favoriting Great Hillbilly & Western Swing Rarities
(Bronco Buster ca. 1956)
The Girls of the Golden West  My Cross-Eyed Beau   Favoriting Selected Recordings 1933-1938
(Sonyatone 1935)
Tibby Edwards  I Can't Face the Future   Favoriting Play It Cool Man, Play It Cool
(Cactus 1956)
Hugh Friar  I Can't Stay Mad at You   Favoriting Country Hicks Volume 2
(Barklog 1959)
Louis Innis  Whammy Bammy Buzzard Goozer   Favoriting Hop Skip and Jump Country Style
(Bronco Buster ca. 1955)
George McCormick  I'll Keep Your Name on File   Favoriting George & Earl: Going Steady With the Blues
(Bear Family 1957)

Talkover Music:
Bud Isaacs 
By the Waters of Minnetonka   Favoriting Bud's Bounce
(Bear Family 1954)

Conjunto Voz a do Morro 

400 Anos de Favela
(Listen: Pop-up)
Os Sambistas
(RGE 1966)
Eduardo Araújo  Você   Favoriting

A Onda é Boogaloo

(Odeon 1969)
Walker  Beatrice   Favoriting Escalada
(Som Livre )
Som Imaginário  Gogó (O Alívio Rococó)   Favoriting Som Imaginário
(Odeon 1971)
Karma  Blusa de Linha   Favoriting Karma
(RCA 1972)
Silvinha  Estou Pendindi Baby   Favoriting Silvinha
(Odeon 1971)

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

Colette Magny 

U.S.A. Doudou
(Listen: Pop-up)
Feu et Rythme
(Le Chant du Monde 1970)
Les Tambours du Bronx  Tchi Tchi ou la Mort   Favoriting Monostress 225L
(Les Tambours du Bronx 1992)

Peppeniello   Favoriting Pummarola Black
(Lyrichord )
Hanns Eisler Choral Music  Einheitsfrontlied
(United Front Song)   Favoriting
Hanns Eisler Choral Music
(Berlin Classics 1997)
Paolo Conte  Elisir   Favoriting The Best of Paolo Conte
(Nonesuch )
Moondog  Shakespeare City   Favoriting Rare Material
(Roof 1995)

Talkover Music:
Nino Rota 
The Clowns (Part 2)   Favoriting The Clowns [soundtrack]
(CAM 1970)

Paul Bley 

Split Kick
(Listen: Pop-up)
Introducing Paul Bley
(Debut 53)
Evan Parker & George Lewis  Three   Favoriting

From Saxophone
& Trombone

(Emanem 1980)
SOS  Rashied   Favoriting BBC Broadcasts
(unreleased 1975)
Cecil Taylor  Choral of Voice (Elesion)   Favoriting Solo
(Trio 1973)
Henry Threadgill  Around My Goose   Favoriting Up Popped the Two Lips
(Pi 2001)

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

Listener comments!

  9:16am Paul Sherratt:

Here's a doowop tune that has always worked for me ( there aren't that many ! )
It's " Tonight " ( Will Be The Night ) by The Velvets.
Can be be located on this disc :
  9:29am Hugo:

Last week, African C&W. This week: Aboriginal C&W. There 's a world out there to be uncovered, innit?
  9:33am Parq:

A fine week for you, eh Doug? Jessie's birthday and Lincoln's Birthday.
  9:36am Paul Sherratt:


The German C&W that I've caught gimpses of from time to time on their regional tv, might be best covered up ...


Oh you mean THAT Lincoln !
  9:37am Billmac:

Jimmy Scott!!!!
  9:37am pat:

wait, is this a set of J's? ---Oh, man ruined it with a B!
  9:41am Parq:

Paul, jus' feelin' a li'l playful. Also, I like apostrophes.
  9:45am Hugo:

Paul, German or "germanic" yodelling on the other hand ...
  10:01am Paul Sherratt:

If yodellin' songs had a required quota in all the world's radio programmes, do you think this would contribute significantly towards a more peaceful world ??


Which is your favo(u)rite punctuation mark ?
  10:04am Dave:

Sounds like Hank
  10:05am pat:

yeah Hank, but pure beauty...
  10:05am Michael Pripp:

It aint enough real country music played anywhere on this planet.
  10:06am Hugo:

Paul, make yodel, not war.

I've always had a weak spot for the semicolon; far too little used.

I've just updated my Ipod with the Bear Family collections of Jean Shepard and Kitty Wells; for the next time on the road.
  10:07am Michael Pripp:

Except for this program then
  10:13am pat:

I like the curly brackets for 3 levels of asides, like:

I sure like snow {except in Summer [not that ever happens (in DC anyway)]}
  10:20am Listener Dave from NH:

As a programmer, I'm terrified by the prospect of mixing and matching parentheses, braces and brackets on a whim.
The Coltrane documentary's going to be a premium next week? My sincere apologies to all the other fine DJs on the station, but now I know when I'll be getting my pledge on.
  10:27am Cecile:

Same here. Can I call one?
  10:29am Doug:

Yes! I am able to give away the Coltrane documentary as a premium, but for 5 CDs (or one DVD-R) it will be for a hefty pledge. (A major portion of the Mouse of Today size pledge.) The marathon starts Monday, February 25. My co-host on Feb 29 will be the legendary Steinski. On March 7, my fave DJ Monica will be co-piloting. I'm a lucky guy.
  10:32am Cecile:

How much is a Mouse pledge? (counts pennies, plans visit to plasma center)
  10:36am Paul Sherratt:

Well, I really feel like Flying Down To Rio ...

I know a few UK DJ's confess to a struggle with the music of Brazil. All I can say is " Why struggle ? "
  10:38am Cecile:

Well put, Paul. The music of Brazil is so instantly likeable...
  10:38am Hugo:

Not Gilles Peterson, for sure ...

A mouse is 365 bucks, I believe, but for us holding foreign currency, getting less and less ...
  10:39am Cecile:

Oh, so like 200 or 300 quatloos? Got it.
  10:42am Meredith:

Can you give the URL of the constant soul blog -- Google isn't giving it up...
  10:45am Hugo:

Yeah, the Inconstant Sol blog - pretty good blog, that one, innit?
  10:45am Doug:

Thanks Brother Hugo, you beat me to it.
  10:46am Parq:

Paul, was commuting, sorry for the delay. My fave punc mark is the period. As in, "I'm done with this work. Period."
  10:49am Cecile:

Being a woman, that's my least favorite punctuation mark. I'm sure you'll underdstand. ;)
  10:51am Paul Sherratt:

Thanks Parq !

Now following along these Collette Magny lines can anyone guide me to a place where I can obtain resistance songs performed by Anna Marly ?
  11:01am Hugo:

Ah, the "Einheitsfrontlied"! That one brings back memories ... ahem ...
  11:06am pat:

in the spirit of Einheitsfrontlied, one of my bands use to play a punk version of Avanti Popolo, Italian communist song (see link below). Our singer's Uncle actually taught it to her when she was a kid:
  11:13am Lewis:

this sounds a lot like the Sax for Pax stuff... Anyone have thoughts / knowledge re: the relationship?
  11:19am Parq:

Doug: Saw Fiona Shaw's "Happy Days" at BAM a while ago. It killed; no doubt, Stewart's "Macbeth" will do likewise.
  11:26am Albert Patterson:

Did someone say Phenix City?????
  11:35am Hugo:

It takes 5 seconds to recognise the sound of Evan Parker (or less). I had the chance to see him up front last year. He was looking towards our table, said "watch this" and would launch into one of his circular breathing exercises. After finishing, looked again towards our table and said "good?". Indeed it was.
  11:39am Matt:

I'm loving this SOS- was it a download?
  11:41am Hugo:

The voice at the beginning of that SOS track was Charles Fox, BBC jazz presenter at the time - mid-70s. No longer with us, unfortunately.
  11:45am Doug:

Yes, the download is here:
  11:51am Matt:

Awesome- thanks Doug!
  3:12am Paul Sherratt:

Hugo and other punctuation mark fans - may I draw your attention to this Nigeria Special site. Track 7 of CD1 will please you all, I'm sure.

[ credit alert for this link goes to King Kennytone ]
  7:11am Andrea:

Doug, you might be interested in Jimmy Little's covers of Indie Australian gems, a la Cash - it kinda brought him out of obscurity a few years back...
  8:02pm Hugo:


I do see (having got said item today). What can I say except I told you so ...

Only a matter of time before it's added to Doug's playlist, I suspect ...
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