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July 18, 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)

Myron Lee & the Caddies 

Homocide
(Listen: Pop-up)
  Favoriting
Minnesota Rock-a-Billy-Rock, Volume 1
(Collector 1958)
The James Boys  Back Rub   Favoriting Rockabilly Rarities, Volume 1
(Yeaah! )
Mickey Barnett & the Wranglers  Just a Memory   Favoriting Rebel Rockabilly Rock, Volume 5
(Jim Jam 1963)

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Rock Around the Town   Favoriting We Wanna Boogie:
Original Memphis Rockabilly
(Bop Cat 1956)
The Four C's feat. Gallopin' Cliff Gallup  A Thousand Glasses   Favoriting Straight Down the Middle
(Pussy Cat 1955)
Tommy Blake  $ F..olding Money $   Favoriting Gene Wyatt / Tommy Blake
(Collector 1959)
Charlie Feathers  Call Dog   Favoriting Good Rockin' Tonight
(Barrelhouse 1973)

Talkover Music:
Dave Pike Set 
Mathar   Favoriting Untoucable Outcaste Beats, Volume 1
(Outcaste 1969)

Calvin Boze 

Beale Street on a
Saturday Night
(Listen: Pop-up)
  Favoriting
Havin' a Ball
(Moonshine 1951)
Little Royal  I Can Tell   Favoriting You're Welcome at The Home of the Blues
(Juke Box Treasures 1967)
Syvester Saunders  My Dreams Are in Vain   Favoriting Specialty: New Orleans, Volume 2
(Ace 1953)
Charlie Calhoun  Why the Car Don't Go   Favoriting



Baby It's a Mad
Mad World!

(Sépia )


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Champagne Mind
(With a Soda Income)   Favoriting
Laughin' at the Blues
(Rev-Ola 1956)
Dorothea Fleming  The Devil Is Mad   Favoriting Stompin' 11
(Stompin' 1954)

Talkover Music:
Jimi Hendrix 
Born Under a Bad Sign   Favoriting Blues
(MCA 1969)

Doctor Clayton 

Root Doctor Blues
(Listen: Pop-up)
  Favoriting
Voodoo Blues: Hoodoo & Magical Practices
(Saga 1946)
Irene Scruggs  Itching Hell   Favoriting Mama Let Me Lay It on You
(Yazoo 1930)
Clarence London  Got a Letter This Morning   Favoriting Bloodstains on the Wall
(Spectrum 1952)
Napolean Strickland, Jimmie Buford &
R.L. Boyce 
Soft Black Jersey Cow   Favoriting Afro-American Folk Music from Tate and Panola Counties, Mississippi
(Library of Congress )
Otis & Tom Mote  Railroad Bill   Favoriting


Virginia Roots:
The 1929
Richmond Sessions

(Outhouse 1929)
Robert Nighthawk  Murderin' Blues   Favoriting Rare Chicago Blues 1962-1968
(Rounder )

Talkover Music:
East Texas Serenaders 
Sweetest Flower   Favoriting East Texas Serenaders
(Document 1927)

Canario y Su Grupo 

Estan Tirando Bombas
(Listen: Pop-up)
  Favoriting
Lamento Borincano: Early Puerto Rican Music 1916-1939
(Arhoolie 1935)
Trio Matamoros  Alegre Petición   Favoriting La China en la Rumba
(Tumbao )
Merceditas Valdés y Orquesta I.N.C.  Ogguere   Favoriting Egrem: El Gran Tesoro de la Musica Cubana
(Egrem )
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Alegria y Bomba   Favoriting Baile con Cortijo y Su Combo
(Seeco 1958)
Joe Cuba  Joe Cuba's Madness (pt. 2)   Favoriting Bustin' Out
(Tico 1972)
Willie Colópn (feat. Hé:ctor Lavoe)  Soñando Despierto   Favoriting El Juicio
(Fania 1972)

Talkover Music:
Jack Costanzo 
Bajo Numero Uno   Favoriting Latin Fever
(Liberty 1958)

Gary Paxton 

Mother-in-Law
(Listen: Pop-up)
  Favoriting
Clarence White:
Tuff and Stringy-Sessions 1966-1968
(Ace 1967)
The Band  If I Lose   Favoriting Music From Big Pink
(Capitol 1968)
Jim Ford  Mill Valley   Favoriting Point of no Return
(Bear Family )
Guy Clark  L.A.S.E.R.   Favoriting Old No. 1
(RCA 1975)
Tony Joe White  Going Back to Bed   Favoriting



The Beginning
(Audium 2001)
Catalpa Boys  Aching Bones   Favoriting Catalpa Boys
(Anyway 2004)
Tom Brosseau  Yodeling For You   Favoriting Tom Brosseau
(Loveless )

Talkover Music:
Hearn Gabois 
Ancestor's Diptych   Favoriting Joinery
(Hearn Gadbois 2002)

Beaver Harris 

Skull Job
(Listen: Pop-up)
  Favoriting
In: Sanity
(Black Saint 1976)


 
Off the Top   Favoriting Bush Baby
(Adelphi 1977)
Sonny Simmons, Clifford Jordan, Prince Lasha & Boss Tres  Epistle to Trane   Favoriting Jazz Tempo, Latin Accents!
(Audio Fidelity 1965)

Talkover Music:
Melvin Jackson 
Funky Skull   Favoriting Funky Skull
(Limelight 1970)

Julian Bahula's Jazz Afrika 

Mandela
(Listen: Pop-up)
  Favoriting
African Sounds for Mandela
(Tsafrika 1984)
Ernesto Djédjé  Zadié-Bobo   Favoriting Le Roi Du Ziglibithy
(Popular African Music 1977)
Pee Pee Dynamite  Groovy Christmas and New Year   Favoriting



(Koby
(courtesy of Voodoo Funk) )

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

Listener comments!

  9:13am Bill:

Rock-a-billy, better than caffeine to get the morning going. Did you rob the Fool's Paradise record collection?
  9:20am Doug:

Bill, no I didn't, but clockin' Dr. Doane on the head with a plaster bust of Jayne Mansfield and purloining his vinyl treasures has been on my to-do list forever.
  9:29am spaniel:

you're a mad Doug!

get over to the side of the road!
  9:46am GUMBY:

Way to jump those blues Doug.
  10:03am robotlordsoftokyo:

wooo just scored some tix to see Willie @ Radio City. hot.
  10:04am GUMBY:

Billy Joel had some moments, like so many. A hot FMU topic seems to be the Faces reunion. Rod Stewart was a way cool drunk-ass malcontent and then he imploded with the Don't Cha Think I'm Sexy drivel and OD'd on bottle blondes. But both of them have it over John Cougar Melonhead who never got beyond a way cool wanna-be poser status.
  10:08am Bill:

Billy Joel can't drive worth a damn either http://www.ew.com/ew/article/0,,629451,00.html
  10:24am Richard D:

I was turned on to your station by Chris Bopst. Love it. Thank you for another great online musical outlet. Richard in Richmond
  10:26am GUMBY:

Is that a Rumba box I hear in there?
  10:36am GUMBY:

I am having a little vacation right here in my cube with this set.
  10:36am swami:

Your making it difficult for me to go out to visit client's Doug. The 100 degree weather does not propel me to the door. Great show!
  10:52am GUMBY:

I bet there's some kind of versions of "Mother-In-Law" in a lot of languages, it seems as universal as girl/guy trouble.
  10:58am frenchee:

Oh, Guy Clark....gush, swoon....thanks, Doug.
  11:00am Guy Clark's landlord:

I didn't know I bored him so. He was always drunk.
  11:01am GWP:

Up until know I had only heard Jerry Jeff Walkers version. Thanks again WFMU for your record collection!
  11:05am Paul Sherratt:

GUMBY,

I've got a perpetual soft spot for Ernie K Doe's Mother In Law.

Saw Tony Joe White on a vintage Johnny Cash show the other day. No idea what he'd been taking before the live recording but it certainly hightened his sense of humour ..
  11:07am Ike:

Tony Joe White is awesome. But the apostrophe abuse above is making me pull my hair out. (What belongs to the client?) It's everywhere. A place on 33rd & 5th in Manhattan advertises "eggs, potatoe's" etc. And then there is the place with "key's." AIIEEEE!
  11:09am GUMBY:

Maybe Ernie K. Doe should have hit up Tony Joe and Johnny's pill stash and his MIL wouldn't seem so bad.
  11:13am Paul Sherratt:

Tom Brosseau, The Orange Record .. I never knew that !
  11:13am LC:

So much wonderment, indeed.
  11:20am Doug:

Paul, no, the pesky auto-fill on the playlist entry system added that "the Orange record" in. I don't believe "Yodeling for You" was on Tom's "orange" record. Sorry for the confusion.
  11:45am spaniel:

doug, enjoy your trip. i'm excited, i'll be hiking through VT and Maine soon too. I'm leaving in a couple weeks for a couple months, so damn, no give the drummer till fall!!!
  11:47am Sean Daily:

I hate to say this, Doug, but that "Mandela" song was almost as creepy as "Jimmy Carter Says Yes".
  11:49am pd:

Play the one by Johnny Clegg too...
  11:49am Doug:

Sean, we could use a little Jimmy Carter, too, right about now.
  11:53am GUMBY:

Doug, have a great vacation and find us some more funked up African stuff. Can't get enuff!!
  11:54am Sean Daily:

Doug, a sharp stick in the eye would be an improvement right about now.

But hey, we're finally talking to Iran about their nuke program. All we had to do was bring the Middle East and, by extension, the world to the brink of Armegeddon. Personally, I think someone on one or all sides took a good look at where things were going and finally freaked out.

But then, Carter's a traitor for doing crazy stuff like actually TALKING to the Palestinians... Yeah, we could use more of him.

Just no more "Jimmy Carter Says Yes".
  11:55am Parq:

Doug, I've had the radio on for a while, but I'm just getting ahold of the family laptop now. Have a sensational vacation, and we'll be digging Miss Monica in your absence.
  5:40am Richard Duvigneaud:

Thanks for the soul and blues.
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