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September 19, 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)

Reverend Gary Davis 

You Got to Move
(Listen: Pop-up)
Manchester Free Trade Hall
(Document 1964)

Mean Black Gobbler   Favoriting Savage Catfish Kick
(Skatfish 1972)
The Young Wolf (Gus Jenkins)  Worries and Troubles   Favoriting Jake Porter's Combo Records Story
(Ace 1955)
Big Tom Collins (aka Champion Jack Dupree)
Brownie McGhee, vocal 
Heartache Blues   Favoriting New York Notables
(Moonshine 1951)
Blue Smitty & His String Men  Date Bait   Favoriting House Rockin' Blues:
Chess & Checker Chicago Classics
(Ace ca. 1952)
Bobby "Guitar" Bennett  When Girls Do It   Favoriting When Girls Do It
(Red Lightnin' 1965)

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

Miss Chand 

Dil Dhak Dhak (pt. 1)
(Listen: Pop-up)
Madhosh (soundtrack)
(EMI 1951)
Arati Muhkerjee  Ogo Moner Duare Dnariye   Favoriting Memorable Puja Hits
(Odeon )
Mahendra Kapoor / Jagjit Kaur /
Pamela Chopra / S.K. Mahan 
Ashiq Ho To Aisa Ho   Favoriting


(EMI 1979)
Asha Bhosle  Mujhe Maar Daalo   Favoriting Geeta Mera Naam (soundtrack)
(Philips 1973)
Asha Bhosle & Kishore Kumar  Aap Ke Kamre Men   Favoriting Yaadon Ki Baaraat (soundtrack)
(Odeon 1973)

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

Clyde Moody  1) I'm Sorry if That's
the Way You Feel
2) You Caused It All
By Telling Lies
(Listen: Pop-up)
The Immortal
(Bronco Buster )
Tennessee Slim  I'm an Old Wolf   Favoriting Hillbillies on Speed
(Redita 1953)

Hypnotised   Favoriting Rare Rockabilly, Volume 2
(MCA 1957)
Sammy Barnhart  I Married for Spite   Favoriting Okeh: 18000 Hillbilly Series
(HBR ca. 1953)
Rudy Gaddis & His Lone Star Rangers  Girl From Mars   Favoriting Boppin' Hillbilly, Volume 22
(Collector ca. 1955)
Ramblin' Jimmie Dolan  I Ain't Gonna Bring My Bacon Home to You   Favoriting Juke Box Boogie
(Bear Family ca. 1951)
Earl Stuart  My Ladder of Dreams   Favoriting The Blue Hen Label
(HBR )

Talkover Music:
Bud Isaacs 
Bud's Waltz   Favoriting Bud's Bounce
(Bear Family )

Benny Golson & His Orchestra 

(Listen: Pop-up)
(Fresh Sound 1957)
Louis Smith  Tribute to Brownie   Favoriting Here Comes Louis Smith
(Blue Note 1957)
Grant Green  The Selma March   Favoriting

His Majesty
King Funk

(Verve 1965)
Dorothy Ashby  The Moving Finger   Favoriting The Rubaiyat of Dorothy Ashby
(Cadet 1970)

Talkover Music:
Miles Davis 
Helen Butte   Favoriting On the Corner
(COlumbia 1972)

Dóris Monteiro 

Falaram Tanto de Você
(Listen: Pop-up)
Dóris Monteiro
(Philips 1964)

Despedida de Mangueira   Favoriting Ele e Johnny Alf
(Parlophone 1971)
The Tamba Trio  Moto Contínuo   Favoriting Tempo
(Philips 1964)
Osmar Milito e Quarteto Forma  Mandato   Favoriting Selva de Pedra (soundtrack)
(Som Livre 1972)
Quarteto 1111  Pigmentacão   Favoriting Quarteto 1111
(Columbia 1970)
Persona  Introducao / Monte   Favoriting


(Som 1975)
Moacir Santos  Coisa No. 6   Favoriting Coisa
(Forma 1965)

Talkover Music:
Rubén González 
Tumbao   Favoriting Introducing... Rubén González
(World Circuit/Nonesuch 1996)

Fred Fisher 

(Listen: Pop-up)
Afro Baby: The Evolution of the Afro-Sound in Nigeria 1970-1979
(Soundway 1979)
The Faces  Tug of War   Favoriting

Nigeria 70:
Lagos Jump

(Strut )
Matata  Talkin' Talkin'   Favoriting Feelin' Funky
(President 1972)
Original Wings  Igba Alusi   Favoriting Nigeria Rock Special: Psychedelic Afro-Rock & Fuzz Funk in 1970s Nigeria
(Soundway 1979)

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

Listener comments!

  9:13am Matt:

Good morning Doug! Great way to start the show.
  9:15am annie:

can i hear cracks and pops of vinyl??? woohoo
  9:21am PG:

morning to one and all!
  9:26am Bad Ronald:

Howdy!!! Nice set Doug! thanks.
  9:27am Swami:

Sweeet geeeeeetar muzik!
  9:28am RH:

Yikes, MP3 stream just went out!
  9:30am barney:

mp3 feed just came back for me
  9:30am doron:

should be back... lemme know
  9:30am Torbjorn from Norway:

It's up again .. no need to worry.
  9:31am Paul Sherratt:


It certainly did. This show is too popular I reckon ..
  9:31am Vivian:

My stream via Itunes is silent. Not a good way to start the weekend...
  9:31am Parq:

My PLS stream is okay.
  9:31am annie:

i still gots
  9:32am Swami:

DAmn. I gotta go. This sounds promising too.
  9:32am doron:

vivian... please try again. should be fine now.
  9:37am RH:

Back up... thanks!
  9:38am gumby:

Ah yes, one of my favorite times of the week
Time to
"Take a little trip
Take a little trip
Take a little trip with" Doug, around the globe.
First stop US, second India, third?
  9:39am Doug:

Hey Y'all,
Doron is our hero in the WFMU office getting the gerbils to spin the wheel faster. Thanks Doron!
  9:49am Vivian:

I'm back and so are the sweet sounds of WFMU. Thanks Doron!
  10:05am dc pat:

  10:13am Hugo:

No Mukesh or Mohd. Rafi, either? Still, got a bunch of mp3s to tie me over. "That old feelings" by Mukhesh. That's a nice one. Timeline Records, it says here ...
  10:23am Paul Sherratt:

Now I wonder if anyone out there can help with this : I need , if possible to have some discography details for Cleoma Breaux Falcon's " Hand Me Down My Walking Cane " I know of the recent cd reissue on JSP but would appreciate details of any earlier LP recordings. It has been aired on this station in '99 but that Jeffrey Davison playlist doesn't have the details ... Thanks

( It's a cracking record by the way ! )
  10:24am e:

this set is brilliant! thank you.
  10:25am Tex:

Love these hillbilly blocks! The Tennessee Slim song was pretty wonderfully weird.
  10:34am gumby:

Horn love time!
  10:40am gumby:

Is Louis Smith paying tribute to Clifford Brown?
  10:44am Doug:

Yes, this composition by Duke Pearson IS a tribute to Clifford Brown. Benny Golson, who's record came on before, is the author of the best known CB tribute song "I Remember Clifford.)
  10:45am stingy d:

heck of a job there brownie
  10:50am fishmonkeystew:

Loving the Grant Green piece. Nice.
  10:53am gumby:

Yes, I have that "I Remember Clifford" I think it's on the record I have with Killer Joe, can't remember the name or the group name, but they had killer blue suits on on the cover. Benny Golson, Art Farmer, Jimmy Heath, maybe Jimmy's brother, I forget who was on skins. a wonderful record, I was lucky enough to once enjoy quite drunk, late at night looking down on the quiet streets of Denver.
  10:56am gumby:

Actually I think it was the sound pound of Art Blakey on drums on that one. But I might be erroneous in that thinking. The mind goes you know.
  10:57am Hugo:

Found this goodie online:

Clifford Brown Max Roach Quintet

Cotton Club, Cleveland, OH June 1956

Clifford Brown; trumpet
Sonny Rollins tenor saxophone
Richie Powell piano
George Morrow bass
Max Roach drums

Reputed to be Brownie's last club date before his death

Approx. 2 hours in all ...
  10:58am Gumby:

You're speaking of the Art Farmer-Benny Golson Jazztet. Featured a teenage McCoy Tyner on piano, Curtis Fuller on trombone, Art's brother, Addison, on bass and Lex Humphries on drums. "Killer Joe" is KILLER!
  10:59am Matt:

Dorothy Ashby is saving my life right now.....
  11:01am north guinea hills:

i found an 1898 copy of omar khayyam's "rubaiyats..." for 50 cents at a stoop sale....
  11:03am gumby:

Yes! Yes! Yes!
The Jazztet! It is worth going on Amazon just to check out their suits on the cover.
Wonderful memory listening to that one in Denver that night. At dinner that night I hepped my grammar school age sons to the wonderful nonsensical wisdom of Dizzy & Bird's "salt peanuts, salt peanuts" Great memory that one, thanks.
  11:04am stingy d:

stin jee
  11:05am stingy d:

the d is for defense
  11:06am JCityJensen:

is the record fair happening this year?
  11:11am Sean Daily:

Not even close to first comment! Woo hoo!
  11:12am Doug:

Yes, the Record Fair is happening. In late October this year. See here:
  11:16am Ted:

OT, but does anybody have a first- or second-hand report on the Fela tribute running off-Broadway?
  11:17am Parq:

Sean, you gotta start getting up and/or into work earlier.
  11:32am gumby:

That whole set was just a thing of beauty!
  11:38am Ted:

This whole show has been vintage Doug -- one amazing track after another.
  11:40am annie:

wow, i been so busy, i didn't realize the time.. amazing where three hours goes. wonderful show.
  11:59am Parq:

Bon weekend, Doug. Onward to Bryceville.
  11:59am Bob:

Great show! Can't say I miss the morose folk music, but that's just me.
  12:00pm Ben:

Thanks for a great show.
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