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August 22, 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)

Velha Guarda da Portela 

A Maldade Não Tem Fim
(Listen: Pop-up)
Passado de Glória
(RGE 1970)

Bencão Dos Santos / Cordialmente Ao Povo / Senhora Liberdade   Favoriting This Is Samba! Volume 1
(Rounder late 1980s)
Martinho Da Vila  Jubiabá   Favoriting Batuque Na Cozinha
(RCA 1972)
Dominguinhos  Catingueira Fulorou   Favoriting Oi, Lá Vou Eu!
(Philips 1977)
Novos Baianos  Quando Você Chegar   Favoriting Novos Baianos F.C.
(Continental 1973)
Erlon Chaves  Cosa Nostra   Favoriting Samba Soul 70!
(Ziriguiboom/Six Degrees 1971)

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

The Dixon Brothers 

The Old Home Brew
(Listen: Pop-up)
Complete Recorded Works Volume 2
(Document 1937)
Patsy Montana  I'd Love to Be a Cowgirl
(But I'm A-Scared of Cows)   Favoriting
The Pride of the Prarie
(Cattle Compact 1939)
Troy Jordan & his Cross-B-Boys  Who Flung That 'Mater   Favoriting Boppin' Hillbilly, Volume 12
(Collector mid-1950s)
Kitty Wells  The Pace That Kills   Favoriting The Queen of Country Music
(Bear Family 1957)
Arlie Duff & the Duff Family  What a Way to Die   Favoriting Arlie Duff (The Hillbilly Researcher #47)
(HBR 1957)
The Country Boys  Reaching Hands   Favoriting Little Jimmy Dickens Presents
The Country Boys
(National Sound 1960s)
Johnny Bond  Down to Your Last Fool   Favoriting

Here Come
the Elephants
(Starday 1971)

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

Carla Whitney w/ Choker Cambell & the Super Sounds 

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Carla Whitney w/ Choker Cambell & the Super Sounds
(Attic 1975)
Rosetta Hightower  One Thousand Nine Hundred and Seventy Years   Favoriting Hightower
(RPM 1970)
Brothers Unlimited  Life, Dreams, Death   Favoriting Who's for the Young
(Fallout 1970)
Kimberley Briggs  What in This World's Happening
to Love   Favoriting
Passing Clouds
(Kimbrig 1971)

The Deirdre
Wilson Tabac
I Go to You   Favoriting The Deirdre Wilson Tabac
(RCA 1970)

Talkover Music:
Alice Coltrane 
Ptah, the El Dauod   Favoriting Ptah, the El Dauod
(Impulse! 1970)

Max Roach 

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Members, Don't Git Weary
(Atlantic 1968)
Luther Thomas  Out   Favoriting Banana
(Atavistic 1973)
David Murray  Lyons Street   Favoriting Ballads for Bass Clarinet
(DIW 1993)
Hugh Masekela  Ingoo Pow-Pow (Children's Song)   Favoriting

Home Is Where
the Music Is

(Blue Note 1972)
Jackie McLean  Hipnosis   Favoriting Hipnosis
(Blue Note 1967)

Talkover Music:
Amon Tobin 
Chocolate Lovely   Favoriting Supermodified
(Ninja Tune 2000)

Bob Edmund

(Listen: Pop-up)
I See No Colors
(Rabo 1970)
Mike Cooper  Sitting Here Watching   Favoriting Trout Steel
(Pye/Dawn 1971)
Gene Clark  The Virgin   Favoriting White Light
(A&M 1971)
My Indole Ring  Love People Everywhere   Favoriting

My Indole Ring

(Normal late 1960s)
The Paupers  Oh That She Might   Favoriting Ellis Island
(Verve 1968)
Fresh Maggot  Frustration   Favoriting Hatched
(Sunbeam 1971)

Talkover Music:
Glenn Lee 
Joyful Sounds   Favoriting Sacred Steel Instrumentals
(Arhoolie )

General Omoniyi Ogunmodede & His Star Rhythm Band 

Young Millionaire
(Listen: Pop-up)
Lucky Stars & Rosy Mornings:
The '60s Ibadan Juju Scene
(Original 1960s)
Kante Manfila & Sorry Bamba  Keleya   Favoriting Clash Mandingue
(Oriki Music 1968)

Tekana   Favoriting Desert Crossroads
(Riverboat/World Music Network 2008)
Dariya Da Makiya  Kiyayyan Banza   Favoriting Umaru Sanda
(via Awesome Tapes From Africa )
Bembeya Jazz  N'Gnamakoro   Favoriting Parade Africaine
(Syliphone 1973)

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

Listener comments!

  9:29am PG:

Top of the mornin to you Doug, and all listeners and FMU staff. Wed night was a summer highlight .. a show I won't forget anytime soon.
  9:33am Parq:

Doug, we're all neighbors, but if you put on a blue cardigan, I'm going to worry.
  9:33am JCityJensen:

You missed Womens 20Km SpeedWalking?????? are you nuts?
  9:39am Angela:

That cowgirl song reminds me of when I was 4 or 5 years old in the suburbs of Long Island...never saw a horse or cow, but desperately wanted to be a cowgirl. We went to a trip to Old Sturbridge to see the farms & when I came face to face to a cow, I screamed and ran out of the barn histerically crying!!! Never knew there was a song just for me!!!
  9:43am Swami:

It's the only type of country I listen to. . .thanx Doug! Got any Lavender Boys? "I love my fruit"?
  9:56am JCityJensen:
  10:06am dc pat:

That video is great--I lived in PGH for a time and never heard of this guy!
  10:16am annie:

just discovered cloud cult... anyone know them?
  10:23am Bad Ronald:

Hello Doug - Great show!!

Thanks - BR
  10:24am Hugo:

Listening in the present, but will be listening in the future, too ...
  10:32am Richard:

Morning all, anyone know the name of the tune The Ex opened up with on Wed? Was it a cover or original, and where can I find it? Those horns are still ringing in my head! (in a good way)
  10:34am dc pat:

I'm pretty sure all the tunes they played were originally conceived by Mekuria and then worked out by the Ex. They have a new album out but I haven't figured out how to get it outside of sending the Ex a check.
  10:37am dc pat:

of course, I'm in DC. I think Other Music in NY will have it.
  10:37am mp:

pretty sure it was "Ethiopia hagere" you can find it on the album Moa Anbessa, Getatchew Mekuria & The Ex & Guests (Terp Records (2006))
  10:39am kent goldings:

Here's the website:

Unless things have changed since I last bought from them, they can't accept U.S. checks (but U. S. cash is okay)
  10:40am mp:
i got my copy at either other music or downtown music gallery
  10:42am dc pat:

just bought it w/ paypal
  10:43am mp:

you will never regret it
  10:45am dc pat:

this set rules
  10:47am mp:

i second that, great show doug.
  10:54am Bruce in Boston:

I love Jackie, used to see him in Hartford all the time when I lived there.
  10:54am Hugo:

photos, audio, video here:

I'' reserve it for later so as not to interrupt the programming ...
  11:09am Matt:

What the world needs is more Gene Clark. Or at least that's what I need.
  11:12am richard:

I knew Doug's audience could be counted on! Downloading Moa Anbessa from iTunes as I write... Thanks
  11:16am Carmichael:

I'm doing an interpretive dance.
  11:24am Bad Ronald:

My entire life consists of one interpretive dance step after another...
  11:25am Bad Ronald:

...w/improv vox!
  11:37am PG:

Oh boy, this Manfila tune is smokin. Gets my vote for Most Valuable Song of the show.
  11:39am Paul Sherratt:

This Kante Manfila sounds more than wonderful.
This Pisco Sour tastes more than wonderful ...
  11:41am PG:

Those Oriki reisusses are so hard to find in the states. Which is a shame because every one of them is essential.
  11:48am Doug:

You are SO right about those Oriki releases. I've purchased my copies at Dustygroove (, but this Manfila/Bamba disc appears to be currently out of stock. I still say that the Moussa Doumbia "Keleya" record is one of the greatest African tracks OF ALL TIME. (Sorry for shouting.)
  11:50am PG:

The first couple showed up at Kim's at reasonable prices, but then nothing. I haven't been in a few weeks, but I haven't seen any of them there in at least a year.
  11:52am Richard:

Hey MP, pretty sure the first The Ex track was "Musicawi Silt" after listening to the album but it's all greta stuff....
  11:57am D.Stinji:

Great show, Doug. Thanks!
  11:58am Paul Sherratt:

Hate imagining adults cry - so if you continue to struggle with your Orikis - let Doug / me know and in the true spirit ( pisco ) of this programme I'll try and organise Oriki Relief -direct from the UK via Paris
  12:53pm Shae:

how you manage to push all my buttons at once, i have no idea. novos baianos and that kimberley briggs song is awesome. thanks for smoothing out my workday...
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