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October 31, 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)

Cartola 

Ciência e Arte
(Listen: Pop-up)
  Favoriting
70 Anos
(RCA 1979)
Sambistas do Asfalto  Pelo Amor Que Eu Tenho a Ela   Favoriting Assim é o Samba
(Damic 1960)
Elis Regina  O Barquinho   Favoriting Elis, Como e Porque
(Philips 1968)

(click)
 
E Você Nem Viu   Favoriting Estrela é Lua Nova
(RGE 1969)
Clara Nunes  Banho de Manjericão   Favoriting Esperança
(EMI/Odeon 1979)
Fabio  Lindo Sonho Delirante (LSD)   Favoriting O Reloginho
(RCA 1968)

Talkover Music:
Spook 
Mulatto   Favoriting Dancing Is Beautiful: Dance Mixes Inspired by Vijaya Anand's "Dance Raja Dance"
(Luaka Bop 1997)

U-Roy 

Chalice in the Palace
(Listen: Pop-up)
  Favoriting
Dread in a Babylon
(Jam Rock 1981)
Don Carlos and Gold  Hog and Goat   Favoriting Them Never Know Natty Dread Have Him Credential
(Hitbound 1982)
Winston Jarrett & the Righteous Flames  Sheriff and His Deputy   Favoriting



Man of the Ghetto

(Sonic Sounds 1978)
Jacob "Killer" Miller  Healing of the Nation   Favoriting Wanted
(Top Ranking 1978)
Horace Andy  See a Man's Face   Favoriting Skylarking
(Studio One 1969)

Talkover Music:
Guem 
Secret   Favoriting Master of Percussion: Volume 1, Africa
(Follow Me 2003)

Mukesh 

Chhalia Mera Naam
(Listen: Pop-up)
  Favoriting
Chhalia (Soundtrack)
(HMV 1960)
Lata Mangeshkar  Ghar Aaya Mera Pardesi   Favoriting Awara (Soundtrack)
(HMV 1951)
C.H. Atma  Diya to Jala
(from the film Dhake Ki Malmal)   Favoriting
The Magnificent O.P. Nayyar:
His Memorable Film Hits
(EMI 1956)





Shanti
 
Innocence   Favoriting Shanti
(Atlantic 1971)
Yvette Mimieux & Ali Akbar Khan  To A Passer-By   Favoriting Flowers of Evil
(Connoisseur Society 1968)

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

Dizzy Reece 

The Rebound
(Listen: Pop-up)
  Favoriting
Star Bright
(Blue Note 1959)
Leon Thomas  Damn Nam (Ain't Going to Viet Nam)   Favoriting SNCC's Rap: H. Rap Brown / Leon Thomas
(Flying Dutchman 1970)
Phil Woods  Round Trip   Favoriting Round Trip
(Verve 1969)
John Carter & Bobby Bradford Quartet  Domino   Favoriting Flight for Four
(Flying Dutchman 1969)
Cozy Eggleston  A Thing for Marty Faye   Favoriting




Grand Slam

(Co-Egg 1969)
Sunny Murray  Straight Ahead   Favoriting Big Chief
(Pathé Marconi EMI 1969)

Talkover Music:
Liquid Liquid 
Scraper   Favoriting Optimo
(99 1983)

Roy Hall & His Cohutta Mountain Boys 

Never Marry a
Tennessee Gal
(Listen: Pop-up)
  Favoriting
Boppin Hillbilly, Volume 29
(Collector 1949)
James O'Gwynn  Bottle Talk   Favoriting Gold Star Custom Pressings
(HBR 1955)
Charlie Adams & the Lone Star Playboys  If a Beer Bottle Had a Nipple on It   Favoriting Cattin' Around
(Bear Family 1951)
Ernie "Tenn" Hayes  The Smog Song / Cause for Fears   Favoriting Rodeo/Excel The Friendly Label,
Volume 1
(HBR )

(click)
 
Hoot Owl Boogie   Favoriting Country Boogies, Wild and Wooley!
(Bear Family 1951)
Frank Ifield  Abdul Abulbul Amir   Favoriting The Yodelling Cowboy Years
(Jasmine )

Talkover Music:
East Texas Serenaders 
Mineola Rag   Favoriting East Texas Serenaders
(Document 1930)

Washboard Sam 

Soap and Water Blues
(Listen: Pop-up)
  Favoriting
Rockin' My Blues Away
(Bluebird ca. 1942)
Mr. Mojo  The World Loves a Lover   Favoriting More Louisiana Swamp Blues
(Flyright ca. 1958)
McKinley James  Tuskegee Boogie   Favoriting Rockin' the Blues:
Rare Rockin' Blues From the 1950s
(Esoldun 1966)
Larry Dale  Let the Doorbell Ring   Favoriting

Old Town Blues, Volume 1

(Ace 1960)
J.B. Hutto & His Hawks  Pet Cream Man   Favoriting Combination Blues
(Charly R&B 1954)

Talkover Music:
Thai Elephant Orchestra 
Heavy Logs   Favoriting Thai Elephant Orchestra
(Mulatta 2000)

James Brown 

The Drunk
(Listen: Pop-up)
  Favoriting
Shout Bamalama: Rare 60's Soul and R&B
(Charly 1970)




The Patterson
Twins
 
Got Some Problems   Favoriting The Soul Clan
(Blues Interactions 1973)
Tony Morgan & the Mussel Power Band  Why Build a Mountain   Favoriting Let's Copp a Groove!
Lost UK Soul 1968-1872
(RPM 1970)
Charles Wright & the Watts
103rd Street Rhythm Band 
Sagittarius   Favoriting Puckey Puckey: James & Outtakes 1970-1971
(Rhino Handmade ca. 1971)
Nasty Dog Catchers  Nasty Dog (Part 2)   Favoriting Eccentric Soul: The Outskirts of Deep City
(Numero 1966)

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

Listener comments!

  9:04am annie:

first comment!!
  9:12am gumby:

Happy Hollow Weenie all!
  9:14am HotRod:

I looooooooove ELIS!!!
  9:26am GP:

Hollow weenie...really..really

Who Hoo Annie!
  9:29am annie:

i just saw the daily show w/ma-bama great!!!
  9:44am annie:

doug, i grok your comments about anticipation.
  9:45am dc pat:

man, Horace Andy is so fine.
  9:53am ekim:

nice playlist today!
  9:58am Cecile:

I missed Elis. Bummer.

Hey, someone should play the Specials' Ghost Town sometime today. Just throwing it out there.
  10:20am gumby:

Horn Love! Horn Love!
Raining Dwon on Us!
  10:24am ken:

thanks for turning me on to dizzy reece. how did he elude me all these years?
  10:27am Doug:

Hey Ken (and everyone),
Get to know Dizzy up close and personal:

http://dizzyreece.blogspot.com/
  10:28am g:

god DAMN if the world doesn't need more Leon Thomas!

Killin'!

I assume this is way out of print?
  10:34am Cecile:

You know, g, I have found some great Flying Dutchman stuff for decent prices at used stores in Mpls. I got a lot of my Gato Barbieri back catalog for a song...
  10:40am Lore:

Was pleasantly surprised to find a Leon Thomas LP on Flying Dutchman in a Mississippi thrift store this past summer.

You also have "Self-Determination Music", Doug? That's another great one.
  10:42am Carmichael:

Mmmm, nice cozy Hammond B3. Makes me immediately think of Jimmy Smith
  10:43am Lore:

Carter/Bradford's "Self-Determination Music" is fantastic. I woulda brought it today, but just got ahold of "Flight to Four," which is brand-new to me. WOw!
  10:43am g:

Thx, Cecile. I originally introduced myself to Leon with a couple of cheap used lp's, but sadly, my current life no longer permits the time/luxury of raising and lowering needles or getting up to flip discs. Strictly digital these days, I'm afraid . . .
  10:56am Parq:

Aw Doug, Liquidx2 shouldn't be consigned to background music. I saw them on open for the Bush Tetras decades ago. Man, were they loud on stage.
  10:57am Cecile:

Savoy? My Honkers and Shouters discs were on those.
  10:58am Cecile:

Parq, speaking of the Bush Tetras, there is a fundraiser for Laura Kennedy from the Tetras. She is waiting for a liver transplant.

more info at www.first-avenue.com, First Avenue club website in Minneapolis. Not affilitated, just at good cause.
  11:02am Parq:

Thanks, 'Cile, I'll look into that. Are they from Minn?
  11:05am Doug:

Don't you mean the Bush/McCain Tetras?
  11:06am Parq:

Aiigghhh! Doug, you just mentioned Palin on the air and then posted about McCain! I know it's Halloween, but stop scaring me!
  11:07am Cecile:

No, but she ended up here.
If you can get at it, we have really great healthcare, and it's still cheaper to live here than New York. We're also only a little over an hour from the Mayo Clinic.
  11:08am Cecile:

No, we mean the Kate Bush Tetras. ;D
  11:08am paulthepostman:

...just back from walk'n the streets for money...
  11:12am Cecile:

PTP, you don't have to put on the red light.
  11:13am GP:

Whoooot
  11:14am Cecile:

there it is.
  11:14am paulthepostman:

Whooo hoo hee hee
  11:17am north guinea hills:

doug, you beat me w/ the wiki link on the abdul abulbul amir story.....
  11:18am paulthepostman:

...just put'n the kettle on...
  11:19am GP:

PTP,
What time is it over there?
  11:20am paulthepostman:

no Roxanne, just Rosie Lee
  11:20am paulthepostman:

15.23, as the crow flies
  11:21am GP:

PTP,
Thanks for the update...synching my clock now
  11:22am Paul Sherratt:

Frank Ifield ,not be confused with Frank Ifield !
(He taught me how to yodel )
  11:24am GP:

DOn Walser.:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don_Walser

Another great yodeler that is no longer with us..got to see him live a few times
  11:24am Parq:

I don't have a clock handy, so I'm syching my calendar.
  11:30am paulthepostman:

Parq, are you a sycho synching?
  11:30am bzul:

I don't have hands on my clock, so I'm putting my colander in my sink.
  11:30am Lore:

Love the Tuskegee Boogie! Flip side's also choice.
  11:34am Carmichael:

PTP,

In which country do you reside?
  11:34am Parq:

PTP, I'm synching that we may have milked this bit dry, but that's never stopped me before.
  11:34am Doug:

You mean McKinley James's "Ain't Gonna Pick No Cotton" ?? Supreme!
  11:38am Lore:

Albert Macon and Robert Thomas also do a nice "Ain't Gonna Pick No Cotton" (as "Got to Move"), heard here:

http://www.arts.state.al.us/actc/compilation/macon.html
  11:39am paulthepostman:

yeah, lets pull the plug on thist one
  11:41am Carmichael:

Now we're talking. Let's funk up this place. Ugh!!
  11:55am GP:

Thanks Doug
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