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September 9, 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)

María Teresa Vera & Rafael Zequeira  Popurri de los Vendedores   Options El Legendario Dúo de la Trova Cubana
(Tumbao 1916)
Oscar Calle & His Rumba Orchestra  Canto de Cuba   Options Oscar Calle & His Cuban Orchestra
(Harlequin )
Machito  Wild Jungle   Options Kenya: Afro Cuban Jazz
(Roulette 1957)
Chico O'Farrill  Me lo Dijo Adela   Options Chico's Cha Cha Cha
(Panart 1953)
Tito Puente  Mambolino   Options The Complete 78s
(Fania )
Cortijo y Su Combo con Ismael Rivera  Mi Caballito   Options Cortijo en New York
(Gema 1959)

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

Yurdan Bonev  Pred Tebe Shishe Rakiya   Options Outsinging the Nightingale:
Lost Treasures of Bulgarian Music
(JSP )
Jermain Tamraz  Kharabit Ninveh   Options Memory Lane
(Assyria 1974)
Li Family Band  Propicious Key   Options Chine: Musiques de la Premiére Lune
(Buda Musique )
Salah Saadaoui  Ya Ouled el Ghorba   Options Hna Lghorba: Les Plus Grande
Chansons Magrébines 1937-1970

(EMI France )
Claude Flagel  Chansons de Mendiants   Options La Vielle à Roue: Spécial Instrumental
(Le Chant du Monde 1971)
Yoon Youn Sun  구름과 나   Wing of Peace
(World Psychedelia Ltd. 1972)
Dina Vierny  Quand Nous Sommes Recontres   Options Chants du Goulag
(Pathé 1975)

Talkover Music:
Embona   Options Resting Place of the Mists:
New Valiha and Marovany Music From Madagascar
(Shanachie 1996)

Clifford Thornton New Art Ensemble  Babe's Dilemma   Options Freedom & Unity
(Goody 1967)
Ted Curson  Dem's Blues   Options Plenty of Horn
(Old Town 1961)
Leo Smith / Peter Kowald / Günter Sommer  Touch the Earth   Options Leo Smith / Peter Kowald / Günter Sommer
(Amiga Jazz 1979)
Carmell Jones  Night Tide   Options The Remarkable Carmell Jones
(Pacific Jazz 1961)
Bill Dixon 7-Tette  The 12th December   Options Bill Dixon/Archie Shepp
(Savoy 1964)

Talkover Music:
Hot Music (Jazz Mix)   Options Stop and Listen: Volume 1 (compiled by Dr. Bob Jones)
(BBE )

Los Tíos Queridos  Pro Eso Vuelve, Por Favor   Options ¡Chicas! Spanish Female Singers 1962-1974
(Vampisoul )
Alpay  Seni Dielniyorum   Options Turkish Freakout: Psych-Folk Singles 1969-1980
(Bouzouki Joe )
Mike Stuart Span  Children of Tomorrow   Options Electric Sugarcube Flashbacks 1966-1971
(AIP )
Genuine Spares  Proper Stranger   Options Simla Beat 70/71
(Shadoks )
Pierre Vassiliu  La Foire Aux Boudins   Options Got the Go!!! Volume 2
(La Classe Internationale 1974)
The Rollies  Love   Options Pim Bersama
(Remarco )
Armanda Sciascia  Dielettrico   Options Mosaico Psichedelico 1969-1974
(Giallo )
Yol Aularong  Gomloh Eth Prouy   Options Cambo Combos: Cambodian Dance & Romance Music

Talkover Music:
Odell Brown & the Organ-izers 
Tough Tip   Options Ducky
(Cadet 1968)

Jack Wilcox Sowards  Mythos   Options A Marriage of Clocks and Highways
(Jack Wilcox Sowards 1977)
Tom Brosseau  I Tuned My Guitar to the Hum of the Train   Options Tom Brosseau
(Loveless )
Tom House  Something in Her Eyes   Options Long Time Home From Here
(Catamount 2005)
Tony Joe White  Going Back to Bed   Options The Beginning
(Audium Entertainment 2001)
Epic Soundtracks  Dedication   Options Good Things
(DBK Works 1996)

Talkover Music:
Samba Pa' Ti   Options Abraxas
(Columbia 1970)

Del Jones' Positive Vibes  Times Are Hard, Friends Are Few   Options Court Is Closed
(Hikeka 1973)
Hoagy Lands  Friends and Lovers Don't Go Together   Options b/w Theme from the Other Side
(Laurie 1966)
Kip Anderson  I Done You Wrong   Options b/w That's When The Crying Begins
(Tomorrow 1964)
Sam Taylor Jr.  The Stinger   Options Tunnels of My Mind
(GRT 1969)
The Isley Brothers w/Jimi Hendrix  Move Over and Let Me Dance   Options In the Beginning
(T-Neck ca. 1965)
Frankie Beverly's Raw Soul  Color Blind   Options b/w Mother Nature's Been Good to Us
(Gregar 1971)

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

Listener comments!

  8:58am ndbob:

morning Doug and everyone!
  8:59am Doug Schulkind:

Hola ndbob, buenas mañanas!
  8:59am listener james from westwood:

morning ndbob! howdy doug and the whole friday crew!
  9:00am annie:

morning all drummer fans! and especially the drummer.
  9:00am listener james from westwood:

will be in and out here as I clean house ahead of an apartment inspection. fortunately sarah webster fabio will keep me moving through my dirty kitchen!
  9:01am ndbob:

ah - i know that feeling James.
  9:02am Doug Schulkind:

Hi Annie & LJ from W,
Happy dirty kitchens to all!
  9:03am Michael:

Hey doug - - congrats on the sheepskin!
  9:04am listener james from westwood:

indeed! tip 'o the mortarboard to doug!
  9:05am still b/p:

Despite living solo, I have the dirty kitchen of a family of five.
  9:05am Listener Bill:

Should we call you Professor Drummer Some now?
  9:05am Doug Schulkind:

Thanks for the degree! Can I finally move up to burger flipping from the fry-cooker?
  9:06am Parq:

Okay, got the puter audio set to DrumSum. Go to kitchen. Pour second cup of coffee. Put coffee in fridge. Wait, no, put coffee in microwave. Get milk from fridge. Where's the coffee? Oh, wait ...
  9:07am ndbob:

nice and sunny here this morning
  9:08am Doug Schulkind:

Your computer can do all that, Parq?!
  9:09am Maricôt:

Yeah! Congrats, Doug.
  9:09am Steve J.:

Today we introduce....the iParq.
  9:11am Doug Schulkind:

My slacker reputation took a real hit this week with my graduation. Will you ever forgive me?
  9:12am Parq:

DrumSum: Only if you promise not to get a real job.
  9:12am listener james from westwood:

you already had the honorary doctorate in drummerology, so we in the town are down with the cap and gown.
  9:14am Doug Schulkind:

Parq, fat chance of that happening.
  9:15am Doug Schulkind:

Cannonball Adderley, Doc Cheatham and Joe Newman are blowing on this mighty Machito number!
  9:18am Parq:

This whole first set is a fire breather.
  9:19am jill:

I met Doc once, and boy that man could blow. (insert quippy euphemisms here)
- Good morning all!
  9:20am still b/p:

For all your long work and achievement and contributions to humanity with these shows, you should've graduated drumma sum laude.
(Is there a keg?)
  9:21am Doug Schulkind:

Hey, everyone...wish Jill a HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
  9:23am listener james from westwood:

b/p, you win the thread.
happy, happy birthday jill! take a 3-day weekend, or more, to celebrate!!
  9:24am Parq:

Happy 22nd birthday, Jill! ;)
  9:24am ndbob:

Happy Birthday Jill!
  9:25am marcury:

  9:32am ndbob:

Great collection - Lauren Brody also compiled a single CD of early Bulgarian music several years before this set came out.
  9:33am jill:

aww shucks, kids. Thanks for the wishes. I just hope my day involves cakes somehow. And happy birthday to Mr. Drummer Sr.
  9:33am Doug Schulkind:

Thank you Marcury. You showed me the way.

Did she do Songs of the Crooked Dance? I LOVE that one.
  9:33am bec:

morning northern hemisepherians, it is very nice to see you all waking up as i got to sleep. Huzzah for another dreary melbourne night made palatable by your palatial beats, Dr. ummer some! This track's a beauty - eye-bulgingly good.
  9:33am Paul Sherratt:

Just got in - the volume's been turned up so I can hear the tunes while I get a bite of lunch .. But coffee or a beer that's the question.

Good morning, afternoon etc, all.
  9:34am ndbob:

Yep Doug she did.
  9:35am ndbob:

Morning Bec and Paul!
  9:36am Doug Schulkind:

Bing bing bing bing! We have a winner! For the first mention of BEER during the show, we award Paul Sherratt a frothy gold-plated snifter of Guinness.
  9:36am marcury:

Have two their very small
  9:38am bec:

enough of the snifters, give him a snorter
  9:38am trsh:

good morning listening Friday.
(Friday morning listen good.
  9:39am still b/p:

Protest! Check the replay! Poll the judges! Goodness, that's MY Guinness! I warn't talking 'bout no keg o' nails back there!
  9:40am bec:

food griday glisteners
  9:42am Doug Schulkind:

So glad you're here, Bec! As our advanced scout, please tell us how the weekend is looking.
  9:43am listener james from westwood:

Mmmm ... food griday.
  9:46am Doug Schulkind:

Oh ho, I have only just BEGUN to hurdy-gurdy!
  9:46am Paul Sherratt:

still b/p,
I'm willing to power share !
  9:48am Brian in UK:

Good afternoon friends. Paul, just opened a Peroni. Going to see Willy Mason tonight. On A Bulgarian theme, it's Voix Bulgare in a cupla weeks ooh yeah. This Salah Saadaoui has a great poppy feel.
  9:49am jk:

morning Doug, enjoyed those zurlas very much... or were they shenais
  9:50am Brian in UK:

Ever considered a nipperkin?
  9:51am bec:

glad im here to hear. i can tell you that friday night will be a good night for listening to the radio on your computer and talking to people on the other side of the world instead of going to see real live djs play. that's my hot tip!
  9:51am Doug Schulkind:

An erudite question if there ever was one, jk! (Zurlas methinks.)
  9:53am bec:

I have considered nipperkins.
  9:54am Paul Sherratt:

I too selected a beer option as it's 24C here, North of Watford.
  9:54am still b/p:

Paul Sheratt -- I tip my coaster to you, sir.
  9:55am Brian in UK:

still b/p how come it costs $17.99
  9:57am Paul Sherratt:

Ha !
  9:57am Brian in UK:

Chants du Goulag?
  10:00am Paul Sherratt:

Is this the same Dina Vierny ?
  10:03am Paul Sherratt:

It is.
And Doug,in a very similar vein locating Anna Marly songs would prove an enriching thing for all.
  10:03am still b/p:

Good point, Brian. Maybe his next book is The Power of Paradox.
I recall a grateful gift certificate recipient telling the givers, "There's a book about Buddha I would kill to have!"
  10:11am Doug Schulkind:

Paul, that indeed IS Ms. Vierny. Kinda makes you want to sculpt, don't it?!
  10:11am listener james from westwood:

apartment inspection over. seems they were looking for fire hazards & undeclared pets. if you'll excuse me, i must have my orangutan help put my oily rag collection back in the furnace closet.
  10:12am Doug Schulkind:

Orangutan? I declare!
  10:12am ndbob:

lol James:)
  10:14am Brian in UK:

And you said it was a Mandrill, LJfW. Lying your arse off.
  10:17am ndbob:

I see that the Ted Curson record came out on Old Town - never knew that Old Town issued jazz records.
  10:20am listener james from westwood:

the mandrill and i got into a fight over the remote control. he's living on a farm upstate now.
  10:21am Doug Schulkind:

ndbob, Fresh Sound out of Barcelona (that's (Bartheloma") reissued the Curson record.
  10:22am ndbob:

Thanks Doug!
  10:25am Doug Schulkind:

For the Ted Curson, of course there's this...
  10:40am still b/p:

The Tyrant Jerk Throwed Me Out and other Songs of the Mandrill Diaspora.
  10:42am ndbob:

good one here
  10:43am Paul Sherratt:

>>makes you want to sculpt ...
Oddly clearing out the garage I found a chisel I didn't know I had. ( Why would I have needed a chisel ?? )
Here was our local sculptor.
  10:43am Doug Schulkind:

Listener James, at least your mandrill moved out before ripping your face off.
  10:44am ndbob:

I'm really looking forward to that boxed set of African 78s that Johnathan Ward compiled.
  10:44am monica:

now that's a LOT of hair to cut! perhaps a topiary of your fave trumpet players is more in order:). enjoying the show big time this morning, doug!
  10:46am Doug Schulkind:

Thanks Monica! My hair threatened to go out for a cut on its own if I didn't take care of business.

Is that your local sculptor or Listener James's mandrill?!
  10:46am ndbob:

Hello Monica!
  10:47am annie:

doug i thought of you when i saw this:
  10:55am Brian in UK:

Doug is your hirsuitness the real reason you left NY? You are amongst friends and you know we have all had cuts that defied a mirror.
  10:55am Doug Schulkind:

Spot on, Annie. Remember that red-afro'd character Bernie on the TV show "Room 222"? I was in that territory when I was 15.
  10:56am monica:

hi there to you, ndbob!
  10:56am Vicki:

Nice show :)
  10:58am Paul Sherratt:

She could well be LJ's missing mandrill - she knocked that big one that's parked outside the UN building in New York.
  10:58am Doug Schulkind:

Hello Vicki! Thanks.

This group The Rollies are from Indonesia. Get it here:
  10:59am Brian in UK:

Monica, when are you going to relocate back to Midday on Friday? Missing you.
  11:05am texas scott:

this Yol Aularong is kickin'!!
  11:05am monica:

hi Brian in UK. thank you so much. doug and i had a great run being back to back but no immediate plans to relocate from sunday eves. but you can listen to any of us at your leisure via ye olde archives.
  11:08am listener james from westwood:

True story: I woke up thinking about this Odell Brown cut earlier this week. Let it never be said that Doug's talkover music is unmemorable.
  11:12am Carmichael:

Good morning Doug and everyone. Happy Friday.
  11:13am ndbob:

Morning Carmichael!
  11:14am annie:

ok, i have to go to work... hi and bye carm!
  11:14am Brian in UK:

One more time for the west coast, carmichael.
  11:15am Doug Schulkind:

Listener James, I thought I could go a whole show WITHOUT playing that Odell Brown number. I was wrong.

Welcome back, Carmichael! Adios Annie.
  11:17am Brian in UK:

Doug, just love the title, DUCKY.
  11:18am Brian in UK:

Come home to Brosseau country. ND that is..
  11:19am Carmichael:

You're getting positively folky on us, Doug. Reminds me of my hopeful youth. Where's that Phil Ochs LP?
  11:20am Doug Schulkind:

I love Tommy Brosseau. He's played live on my show. Twice.
  11:21am Doug Schulkind:

If you gotta pee, do it now. You don't want to miss Tony Joe White (song after next).
  11:21am Brian in UK:

Don't go there Carmichael, please. I still get angry thinking of Phil's demise.
  11:22am Doug Schulkind:

Phil's sister, Sonny, is an ex-WFMU deejay.
  11:25am katya:

Small world! 6 degrees of sep from WFMU!
  11:25am Carmichael:

Excellent. I just love ol' Tony Joe. Brian, I just saw the Ochs documentary via Netflix. I found it heartbreaking. No kidding, Doug??
  11:26am ndbob:

Ah I see that Tommy Brosseau is from Grand Forks.
  11:27am Brian in UK:

Hoping to find it somewhere overhere on terrestrial mebbe..
  11:28am Carmichael:

It's pretty new, it seems. Give it time to make the rounds.
  11:29am Doug Schulkind:
  11:31am Brian in UK:

Done some homework only available on Region 1. Netflix might open up overhere next year. Not holding my breath or anyone elses.
  11:33am Andy S.:

Epic Soundtracks! At moments like this, I really miss him and his brother Nikki Sudden. Just not right that they're not here...
  11:41am Doug Schulkind:

Long live Swell Maps.
  11:58am ndbob:

excellent show as always Doug!
  11:59am listener james from westwood:

thanks for the lovely show, doug. best wishes for a good weekend with no further rain and floods, all!
  12:01pm Brian in UK:

LJfW keep it gibbon.

Nice Doug.
  12:01pm Doug Schulkind:

Thanks ndbob, Listeners James and everyone!
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