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September 13, 2011 Options
Never Forget....9/13/71....Rockefeller's slaughter at Attica
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
James Brown 
Cold Sweat, pt. 1   Options b/w Cold Sweat, pt. 2
(King 1967)

Archie Shepp  Attica Blues   Options Attica Blues
(Impulse! 1972)
Archie Shepp  Invocation (narration by William Kuntsler)   Options Attica Blues
(Impulse! 1972)
Archie Shepp (Vocals: Joe Lee Wilson)  Steam (Part 1)   Options Attica Blues
(Impulse! 1972)
Archie Shepp  Invocation to Mr. Parker (narration by Bartholomew Gray)   Options Attica Blues
(Impulse! 1972)
Archie Shepp (Vocals: Joe Lee Wilson)  Steam (Part 2)   Options Attica Blues
(Impulse! 1972)

Talkover Music:
Memphis Black (Ingfried Hoffman)  
Why Don't You Play the Organ, Man?   Options Soul Club
(Somorama 1969)

Frederic Rzewski  Attica   Options Attica / Coming Together / Les Mouton de Panurge
(Opus One 1972)
The Descendents of Mike and Phoebe  Attica   Options A Spirit Speaks
(Strata-East 1974)
Al Pacino  Attica! Attica! Attica!   Options Dog Day Afternoon
(Directed by Sidney Lumet 1975)
Charles Mingus  Remember Rockefeller at Attica   Options Changes One
(Atlantic 1975)
Willie West  Attica Massacre   Options Black Gold: Sought After Soul
(Sanctuary )

Talkover Music:
Jimi Hendrix 
Born Under a Bad Sign   Options Blues
(MCA 1969)

Archie Shepp  Blues for Brother George Jackson   Options Attica Blues
(Impulse! 1972)
Archie Shepp  Ballad for a Child: Invocation (narrated by William Kuntsler)   Options Attica Blues
(Impulse! 1972)
Archie Shepp (Vocals: Henry Hull)  Ballad for a Child   Options Attica Blues
(Impulse! 1972)
Archie Shepp  Good Bye Sweet Pops   Options Attica Blues
(Impulse! 1972)
Archie Shepp (Vocals: Waheeda Massey)  Quiet Dawn   Options Attica Blues
(Impulse! 1972)

Closing Theme:
Specks Williams 
We Gave the Drummer Some   Options b/w Specks' Blues
(Jax 1960s)

Listener comments!

  5:55pm glenn:

hey, belated congratulations to you. i'm sure you can hear the noisemakers in the background.
  5:55pm listener james from westwood:

good tuesday, all! been virtually a castaway lately ... lots of archive catchup while working or out of the house.
  5:56pm Doug Schulkind:

Pfffft! Bluurrrrttt! Zwwwwwonnk! (More like a Batman episode than noisy revelry.)
  5:57pm øשl:

yay i made it. how goes it dug? you sir are my sole/soul soundtrack as i toil away on this warm afternoon. blessings
  5:58pm ndbob:

evening Doug, James Glenn, Owl, everyone!
  5:58pm Doug Schulkind:

Hello Listener J from W! Please feel free to copyedit the playlist.

Greetings, Sir øשl!
  5:59pm listener james from westwood:

howdy everybody! øשl, i too am laboring along with drummer-programmed enhancement. it will result in rave reviews of my finished product.
  6:02pm glenn:

ndbob, were i wearing any form of chapeau, i would doff it your direction, you old doffelganger, you.
  6:02pm øשl:

g'afternoon ndbob, james + frenz. back to work!
  6:02pm ndbob:

  6:03pm glenn:

is it snowing in n.d. yet?
  6:04pm ndbob:

It was 86 on Saturday but... a freeze warning for tonight.
  6:04pm Doug Schulkind:

I'm glad you're here, Glenn.
  6:05pm glenn:

is archive catchup similar to heinz?
  6:06pm glenn:

well, i have to go pick up some grocs for dins, but i can stick around for half an hour or so.
  6:06pm Doug Schulkind:

I lament the eradication of the spelling "catsup."
  6:06pm Carmichael:

  6:07pm ndbob:

hi Carmichael!
  6:07pm listener james from westwood:

the fmu archive server has way more than 57 varieties!
  6:08pm glenn:

all together now - carmichael!
  6:08pm Doug Schulkind:

Yes, brother Carmichael, yes!
  6:09pm Carmichael:

He he ... Hiya, everyones.
  6:10pm glenn:

there's a pretty great, if wildly expensive, store in toronto called the cheese boutique. i swear they have at least 100 different kinds of ketchup, and some of them are still called catsup.
  6:13pm Carmichael:

As it should be, Glenn, as it should be.
  6:15pm listener james from westwood:

out of curiosity, i looked up the origin of the word ketchup. it comes from the malay for fish sauce.
  6:15pm glenn:

that said, there are only two things ketch- i mean catsup belongs on - grilled cheese and french fries.
  6:17pm Carmichael:

Some people here in the Lower 48 put it on scrambled eggs. I find that disgusting.
  6:17pm glenn:

i realize that may be an unpopular position, but i stick by it.
  6:18pm ndbob:

I had a friend in fifth grade who put ketchup on everything -at least everything in a school lunch.
  6:19pm Doug Schulkind:

Now now, Carmichael, we are nothing if not a tolerant crew here at Give the Drummer Some. At least Ronnie Reagan's Sec. of Agriculture was brilliant enough to call ketchup a vegetable.
  6:20pm ndbob:

I do remember that.
  6:23pm Carmichael:

Mrs. Carmichael and I were just talking about that last night! I was mocking a Nightline piece on a professor who concluded SpongeBob Square Pants makes kids get ADD.
  6:29pm listener james from westwood:

attica's one of those stories where my parents told me one story about it, and then i learned a considerably different one during college.
  6:31pm Doug Schulkind:

The misinformation campaign that began even before the uprising was ended continues to this day...
  6:33pm Maricôt:

I've never heard of it, so it's being quite educational for me.
  6:34pm glenn:

see, i love spongebob, but i can kinda see where they're coming from. besides, my attention span was shot to shit by roger ramjet.
  6:36pm ndbob:

I remember the basics about Attica, but not much more.
  6:36pm Doug Schulkind:

Yay, Maricôt's here. Where are you listening from, Maricôt?
  6:36pm Carmichael:

I remember a movie about Attica with Kyle MacLachlan and Clarence Williams III about 10-15 years ago.
  6:37pm Maricôt:

Rio, Brazil. Not much American History in our school program,
  6:37pm Doug Schulkind:

Spike Lee's father, Bill, is on bass here.
  6:40pm listener james from westwood:

ah, the benefits of being free from the fcc.
  6:40pm listener james from westwood:

so that's where that expression comes from!
  6:43pm Rockefeller:

“They did a fabulous job. It really was a beautiful operation.”
  6:43pm listener james from westwood:

(the "kissed when i get f'd" one; first heard that one from a girlfriend.)
  6:45pm Doug Schulkind:

I believe that Rockefeller quote above is accurate. Just revealed today in tapes made public. Rockefeller said it while de-briefing Nixon on the phone.
  6:48pm ndbob:

reading about that conversation now.
  7:03pm glenn:

ya wanna know what i love? i love how, when i'm going to the grocery store, the smokin' hot chick in front of me leans over and horks a big fat loogy onto the sidewalk.
  7:11pm listener james from westwood:

i'd have proposed ... that she step in front of a bus.
  7:12pm ndbob:

excellent and thought provoking show Doug!
  7:13pm Doug Schulkind:

I am blessed you heard it, ndbob.
  7:14pm listener james from westwood:

beauty out of tragedy. anger out of harmony. nicely done.
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