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February 25, 2011 Options
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
Sarah Webster Fabio 
Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues   Options Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues
(Folkways 1976)
ECD  In Tempo   Options Major Force: The Original Art-Form
(Mo' Wax 1990)

The Techniques 

I Wish It Would Rain
(Listen: Pop‑up)
b/w Run Come Celebrate
(Treasure Isle 1968)
Slim Smith  Take Me Back   Options b/w Where Do I Turn
(Jackpot 1972)
Alton Ellis w/the Gaylads  Joy in the Morning   Options Sunday Coming
(Coxsone 1970)
Cornell Campbell  The Gorgon Speaks   Options I Shall Not Remove 1975-1980
(Blood and Fire 1975)
Zap Pow  Mystic Mood   Options

Revolutionary Zap Pow

(Harry J 1971)
Jackie Edwards  Back in My Arms   Options This Is My Story
(Trojan 1970)
Sugar Minott  Come On Home   Options Live Loving
(Studio One 1977)

Lopez Walker
Fly Away   Options b/w Trial Days
(Phase One 1978)

Talkover Music:
Bud Isaacs 
Cowboy Conga   Options Bud's Bounce
(Bear Family 1954)

Frankie Marvin 

Honey Do You
Think It's Wrong
(Listen: Pop‑up)
b/w Popcorn Poppin’ Mama
(San Antonio 1946)
Jimmy Johnson  Throwing My Life Away   Options The World Is a Monster:
Columbia Hillbilly 1948-58
The Lonesome Drifter  Honey Do You Think of Me   Options

Eager Boy

(Norton 1959)
Jess Little & Bass Slaughter  The Blues Is Back Again   Options Honky Tonkin' with Lefty Frizzell
(Flyright )
Jack Derrick  Black Mail   Options High on the Hog, Volume 2
(Cactus )
Lulu Belle & Scotty  I'm No Communist   Options b/w Tied Down
(Mercury 1945)
Wynn Stewart w/Jan Howard  How the Other Half Lives   Options California Country: The Best
of the Challenge Masters

(AVI )
Porter Wagoner  My Name Is Mud   Options A Slice of Life
(RCA Victor 1961)

Leroy Pullins
The Taterville Women's Auxiliary Sewing Circle   Options I'm a Nut
(Bear Family 1966)

Talkover Music:
Marco di Marco Trio 
I Miei Ricordi   Options At the Living Room
(Modern Jazz 1973)

Yusef Lateef 

The Beginning
(Listen: Pop‑up)
Jazz Mood
(Savoy 1957)
Joe Harriott / Amancio D'Silva Quartet  Hum-Dono   Options

Hum Dono

(Columbia )
Dave Pike Set  Greater Kalesh No. 48   Options Four Reasons
(MPS 1969)
Nathamuni Brothers  Varnam Sami Ninne Raga Shankarabharanam, Tala Adi   Options Madras, 1974
(Fire Museum 1974)
T.K. Ramamoorthy  Sahana   Options Fabulous Notes and Beats of the Indian Carnatic-Jazz
Charanjit Singh  Raga Bhairav   Options Synthesizing: Ten Ragas to a Disco Beat
(EMI 1982)

Talkover Music:
Nicola Conte 
Forma 2000   Options

Hamilton Streetcar 

Brother Speed
(Listen: Pop‑up)
Neurotic Reactions
(Crazy Apple Boutique )
Rainman  She Told Me So   Options Rainman
(Fallout 1970)
The Judges  The Judge and Jury   Options Psychedelic States: Alabama, Volume 1
(Gear Fab )

Lonely Mountain Again   Options Thorinshield
(Philips 1967)
The Bachs  Answer to Yesterday   Options Out of the Bachs
(Roto 1968)
The Rainy Daze  Weatherman   Options That Acapulco Gold
(UNI 1967)
Fever Tree  Ninety-Nine and a Half (Won't Do)   Options San Francisco Girls
(Gear Fab 1968)

Talkover Music:
Joe Klaussell & Kerri Chandler 
Escravos De Jo   Options Copa Mundial Muzique
(Guidance 1998)

Dr. K Gyasi's Noble Kings  Kokrohenko   Options The Highlife Boss
(Essiebons 1975)
William Onyeabor 

Love Me Now
(Listen: Pop‑up)
(Wilfilms 1979)
Kyerematang Atwedie Stars  Abrabo Ye Bokoo   Options

Faye Me Nkoa

(Ambassador ca. 1975)
Sweet Talks  Eyi Su Ngaangaa   Options The Kusum Beat
(Philips 1974)

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

Eugene Evans 

Too Much Pain
(Listen: Pop‑up)
b/w Don't Do It Now
(Hollywood 1968)
Virgil Griffin & the Rhythm Kings  Forgotten Lover   Options b/w If You Can't Go Don't
(Reginald )
Joe Haywood  Dept of Love   Options b/w Ghost of Love
(Fury 1968)
Geater Davis  Why Does It Hurt so Bad   Options The Lost Soul Man
(Aim )

You Brought It All on Yourself   Options Do You Still Feel the Same Way
(Soul Power 1973)
Charles Crawford  A Sad Sad Song   Options Shreveport Southern Soul:
The Murco Story
(Kent 1973)
Andrew Brown  (You Made Me) Suffer   Options b/w Blue Monday
(Brave 1973)
Lee Moses  What You Don't Want Me to Be   Options Time and Place
(Castle 1971)

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

Listener comments!

  8:51am Brian in UK:

Afternoon y'all. Lovin' the The Cockneys on the stream & now Paul Robeson. I met a guy yesterday that saw him in a taxi in Manchester, many years ago.
  8:52am annie:

morning brian.. et al, as you arrive. morning doug!
  8:53am Drummer Some:

Top of the afternoon, Brian. Hello dear Annie!
  8:55am annie:

heavy wet snow here in otsego county... wetter stuff southeast.. a truly spring storm.. gone by tomorrow
  8:55am Brian in UK:

Hello Annie. Havn't seen al yet!
  8:57am Drummer Some:

The seven inches we got Monday is being washed away by rain. All to be replaced by arctic temps and more white stuff this evening. (It's all my fault 'cause I put away the snow shovels during that 65°F day last Friday. Sorry!)
  9:01am glenn:

to the bat sleigh, boy wonder!
  9:15am Parq:

Trying to imagine warm Jamaican sun on this soggy, clammy work morning.
  9:17am Drummer Some:

I'm driving this flatbed lorry through Kingston with the speakers cranking: Top ranking!
  9:23am Brian in UK:

Did Zap Pow do a number called This is Reggae music?
  9:24am Drummer Some:

Brian, they did do a song simply called "Reggae Music."
  9:25am Brian in UK:

Mebbe that's it. Memory isn't what it used to be.
  9:31am Drummer Some:

One more track this set and it's my fav-O-rite.
  9:50am listener james from westwood:

good day and happy friday to all!
  9:51am glenn:

got any wynn stewart there, drummer?
  9:52am texas scott:

pretty world today,wynn stewart?
  9:53am glenn:

i was thinking more donna on my mind, but any wynn is good.
  9:57am Drummer Some:

Hell yeah, I've got some Wynn Stewart!
  9:58am glenn:

so,,,,,,,, inflation is a communist plot? does alan greenspan know about htis?
  9:58am Drummer Some:

Hey, Good Morn'n' LJfW!
  9:59am Drummer Some:

We here in Amerikka blame it on the public sector unions, Glenn.
  10:02am Drummer Some:

Whoop whoop!
  10:03am Christopher I:

love Wynn! thanks for that one
  10:04am still b/p:

I missed Lulu Belle & Scotty, but I should check it later, I'm helping with a public reading tomorrow of '47 HUAC testimony from Hollywood types, and maybe we oughta start with a song!
  10:04am Drummer Some:

Christopher I,
Don't thank me, thank Texas Scott and Glenn. The made me git up and go git it.
  10:07am Christopher I:

Well then thank you Texas Scott and Glenn! :) A well placed request.
  10:14am jill:

Perfect rainy day music. But i would have said that if it were sunny out.
  10:15am tr;sh:

Fine listening.
  10:16am Drummer Some:

Still B/P,
You will never hear Burl Ives on this show. (Nor Elia Kazan, if any of his long lost 45s turn up.)
  10:18am david:

just in time. Joe Harriott!!!! thanks so much for turning me on to this record
  10:18am Drummer Some:

Howdy Jill and Tr;sh.
  10:18am annie:

i love love love radio..
  10:19am tr;sh:

First smile of the day greetings to you, Doug, + fellow listeners.
  10:21am Drummer Some:

I will always be indebted to Michael King and Miki Dandy of Reel Recordings who not only turned me onto this record, they gave it to me!

Reel Recordings:
  10:23am Drummer Some:

If you open that website for Reel Recordings. you will hear that crazy electronic flourish that accidentally interrupted that last song.
  10:23am Rey:

Morning Doug,
Great show as always. listening in brief snatches from work but checking the playlist. Can't wait to get home and hear it properly on the archives
  10:25am Drummer Some:

Hey Rey,
Always a pleasure to know you're on board. See in the archives!
  10:28am david:

this is getting me pumped for the new love your motherload premium. The Dave Pike cut off last's years was one of my favorites
  10:32am Drummer Some:

That track,"Mathar," was recorded at the same session as the Dave Pike cut I just played. You could hear elements of Mathar in it for sure.
  10:34am Drummer Some:

Jeez, the rain has ALREADY turned to big, fat flakes here. Coming down like down pillows in a pillow fight outside. Quite beautiful, actually.
  10:39am Drummer Some:

  10:41am Brian in UK:

midival punditz anyone!
  10:42am Leigh:

Amazing! Whoop whoop. Downloading 'Masterpieces' now, wow!
  10:43am Drummer Some:

Please take a moment to send along your thoughts about this radio show, the new stream, Mining the Audio Motherlode, etc. You can send it anonymously if you like via the email link on the playlist (click on the little yellow envelope). Or click here:
  10:43am david:

i'm guessing I missed 'the saddest sequence of soul bawlers' I'll ever hear.....guess I'll have to hit the archives later.
  10:47am Brian in UK:

Hold your water david, it's still to come we're all waiting with baited trousers.
  10:50am david:

oh good! i was going off the titles from the first set. I wish It would rain, take me back, come on home.....sounds like tear jerkers.
  10:51am Christopher I:

I was JUST thinking that this music is making me crave a tiki drink!
  10:51am jill:

'...because when i wear trousers, i make sure to affix bait onto 'em. Makes for fun nibbles.
  10:52am Hugo:

One thing about this stream is that it is stronger and clearer than the main WFMU stream. How come?
  10:53am Brian in UK:

This comes from Appletree Theatre's 'Playback.
  10:54am Drummer Some:

I haven't a clue why this stream sounds better. Sure makes me smile though.
  11:03am Brian in UK:

You could almost carbon date these songs to within a month.
  11:03am glenn:

a quick question, appropos of nothing, - can anyone recommend a good otis rush compilation / box set?
  11:04am Drummer Some:

I prefer to cut them open with a two-person crosscut saw and then count the rings.
  11:06am Brian in UK:

Vinyl is final
  11:08am Hugo:

Vinyl is a fine thing. I keep imagining that it might outlast the cd, if it comes to that ...
  11:09am glenn:

i have that one. i want more. more, i say.
  11:10am Brian in UK:

Was there ever a worse container for holding recorded music than the crystal case? I hate them with a purple passion.
  11:11am glenn:

i agree with brian. jewel cases blow dead bears.
  11:13am glenn:

re: psychedelic states :
  11:15am david:


8-tracks are still the worst.
  11:17am annie:

i will donate this year mr drummer!!
  11:19am Brian in UK:

@david thanks for the upgrade! I think that 8-tracks go without saying. They were however something solid to hold & a resounding clunk when loaded. The 8-track not the owner.
  11:19am annie:

i'll actually have a paying job this spring.. soon..
  11:19am Drummer Some:

Thank you so much Annie!
  11:20am annie:

my pleasure...
  11:21am annie:

and then hopefully cover slack and pay it forward for another less fortunate listener..
  11:26am glenn:

just for fun, i googled otis, to see if there is a band by that name. there is. now, we just need to get them to open for rush. et voila. otis rush. god, i'm hilarious.
  11:28am don:

ya doug!
  11:28am Brian in UK:

  11:29am Drummer Some:

Hi Don,
You're just in time for a killer set of soul ballads. One more burner, from Ghana, then away we go...
  11:33am Brian in UK:

Are we heading for Overton Vertis country, Doug?
  11:33am Drummer Some:

I can't play O.V. Wright every time. It would get old (no it wouldn't).
  11:41am don:

oh, i've been lurkin for hours doug.. that sweet talks was bang!
  11:42am listener james from westwood:

doug, will pledge, will let you know when it's gone in, and will testify with sincere thanks for the greatness of the stream, its djs, and the techno-wizardry that brings it to us.
  11:43am Drummer Some:

I used that Sweet Talks to flush out the lurkers. Ha!
  11:48am monica:

another fantastic show, doug! lifted the darkness and doom of today's nyc weather in grand style.
  11:50am northguineahills:

good stuff as always Doug!
  11:50am Drummer Some:

Thanks Monica! I hope the snow we're getting here hits nothing but Philly.
  11:51am Drummer Some:

Thanks LJfW and hey-ho NorthGuineaH.
  11:58am WVRick:

Great last set, Doug!
  11:58am tr;sh:

What Monica said, in another locale.
  12:00pm Drummer Some:

One more to finish you off, WVRick.

It's been (another) blast everyone. Thank you so much for being Inuit!
  12:01pm Brian in UK:

'till the next time we all rub noses.
  11:20pm Holly:

That Lee Moses gets me EVERY time.
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