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September 16, 2011 Options
Everyone ready to dance the Peanut Duck?
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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)

Lili Labassi  Ya Sââd Dak Ennar   Options Le Génie du Chââbi
(Blue Silver 1933)
Salah Ragab & the Cairo Jazz Band  Mervat   Options Egyptian Jazz
(Art Yard ca. 1968)
Lemchaheb  Tbayaa Nass   Options Lemchaheb
(Polydor 1978)
Talbi One  Rekbouha Fel Babour   Options DJ Maghreb Music
(Mimouni Disque 2009)

Talkover Music:
Last Mosque of Herzegovina   Options Sufiq
(Soleilmoon 2000)

Bob Nelson e Seus Rancheiros  Um Vaqueiro ne Cidade   Options Bob Nelson e Seus Rancheiros
(Moto Discos )
Os Iguais  Creia   Options A Partida
(RCA Victor 1967)
Anjos do Inferno  Nega Do Cabelo Duro   Options Brasil Pandeiro
(RCA/Camden 1971)
The Terribles  A Volta   Options Brasa
(Itamaraty 1968)
Jorge Ben  Descobri Que Eu Sou Um Anjo   Options Jorge Ben
(Philips 1969)

Talkover Music:
Nicola Conte 
Forma 2000   Options Boss Per Due
(ESL 2000)

The Proclamation  King of the Mountain   Options A Forest of Gold Tops in the Land of Oz:
26 Tabs from the Semiconscious Sixties
(Gift )
Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera  To Be With You   Options The Electric Lemonade Acid Test #3
(Tenth Planet )
Les Harmonicos  Les Oiseaux Macaniques   Options Ils Sont Fous Ces Gaulois!, Volume 2
(Disques Ronnie )
Los Mac's  Nada Dulce Nina   Options Kaleidoscope Men
(RCA Victor 1967)
He 6  Get Ready   Options Beautiful Doll
(Universal 1972)

Talkover Music:
Nino Rota 
The Clowns (Part 2)   Options The Clowns
(CAM 1971)

Obdulia Breijo  El Boogievá   Options La Habana Era Una Fiesta:
Original Recordings from the Golden Age of Cuban Radio
(Vampisoul )
Los Xey  Oh, Pepita   Options
Xavier Cugat & His Orchestra (Vocals: Miguelito Valdes)  Cinco Hijos   Options Rumba Rumbero
(Tumbao )
Antonio González (El Pescailla)  Extraños en la Noche   Options Tiritando
(Vampisoul )
Noro Morales  Candy   Options Cha Cha Cha's
(Design 1959)
Arturo "Zambo" Cavero y Oscar Aviles  Mueve Tu Cu Cu   Options Y Siguen Festejando Juntos
(Iempsa )
Guarare  Sacrificio   Options Onda Tipica
(Inca 1981)
Bush y Sus Magnificos  Humanidad   Options Salsita
(Mate 1972)

Talkover Music:
Rubén Gonzalez 
Tumbao   Options Introducing...Ruben Gonzalez
(World Circuit )

Nolan Strong & the Diablos  The Wind   Options Motor City Detroit Doo Wops
(Regency )
The Jewels  The Wind   Options
The Kidds  Down in Mexico   Options Aladdin & Imperial R&B Vocal Group Magic,
Volume 1
(IM )
Patty & the Emblems  The Sound of Music Makes Me Wanna Dance   Options Mixed-Up, Shook-Up Girl
(Benn-X )
Willie White  99 Beafsteaks   Options 7"
(Shaw 1965)
Bobby Hill  To the Bitter End   Options b/w The Train Ride: Let Me Baby You Baby
(Roulette )
Marsha Gee  The Peanut Duck   Options b/w Count Yates: The Chimpanzee
(Penniman )

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

Listener comments!

  8:44am annie:

  8:56am Maggie in Rock Tavern:

aw! No live Doug until Verizon fixes his internet problem!
  8:57am annie:

  8:58am Maggie in Rock Tavern:

thank goodness for this stream at least.
  8:58am annie:

yup, there's his email.. has to make him pretty frustrated
  8:59am annie:

just finishing up hotrod.. switching now to the stream
  8:59am Maggie in Rock Tavern:

  9:00am Maggie in Rock Tavern:

dammit, i always forget to tune in to Hot Rod!
  9:00am Doug Schulkind:

I am so depressed. First my hands get shredded by a cat fighting her antibiotic pills and now this. Am on hold with Verizon now...
  9:00am annie:

she was hot today~~
  9:01am annie:

we are so here for you doug, starting the energy circle to bring you phone!!!
  9:02am Parq:

Do what you have to do, Doug. We'll be patient.
  9:03am Maggie in Rock Tavern:

oh Doug, my own kitty has FIV and has to take interferon 3x a week and he's such a trouper about it.
  9:04am Doug Schulkind:

It's weird because I DO have an Internet connection, it's just keeps hiccupping (how the hell do you spell hiccuping anyway?)
  9:06am Maggie in Rock Tavern:

i think your first version with 2 p's is correct.
  9:27am Doug Schulkind:

Hang on, friends. Verizon just changed the frequency (Kenneth) on my route and things appear honky, if not dory. I am ON THE WAY.
  9:33am Doug Schulkind:

Hey hey hey! We are on the way!!
  9:33am Maggie in Rock Tavern:

  9:34am glenn:

ummmmm it's hiccough, actually.
  9:35am listener james from westwood:

and ... here ... we ... go!
  9:35am trish:

<applause><clap clap><etc>
  9:35am Rick:

Oh yeah!
  9:36am glenn:

and i for one will not make any comments in re: verizon massages with happy endings oh no i won't - damn.
  9:37am Doug Schulkind:

You know, I thought it was hiccough, but I lost my nerve.
  9:38am Maggie in Rock Tavern:

both are correct:
  9:39am glenn:

i am blessed / cursed with perfect spelling. on the whole, i'd ratjher have perfect pitch.
  9:39am listener james from westwood:

will be across the room & away from the keyboard proofreading some on-paper page proofs today, but fresh drummer programming will double my speed and sharpen my eye.
  9:40am glenn:

or perfect typing skills. ha ha.
  9:40am Brian in UK:

Afternoon Doug & friends. So late finish then? I can handle it.
  9:42am Artie:

And the Internet Gods, Packet and Routing smile on us once again. Let's give 'em a song of praise.
  9:43am Doug Schulkind:

I love each and every one of you with mad desperation.
  9:46am Listener Bill:

Thanks for waiting for me
  9:46am Maggie in Rock Tavern:

that's the hot oil message talking, ain't it?
  9:48am Doug Schulkind:

I like the idea of a hot-oil message better than a hot-oil massage. Less messy.
  9:49am glenn:

not for the messenger.
  9:51am Doug Schulkind:

Salah Ragab is the dude Sun Ra was jamming with during visits to Egypt.
  9:52am jill:

Jitterbug waltz! A very good way to start my day... Merci.
  9:53am Hugo:

The message is the massage ...
Distinct ambiance of oriental bazaar around here ...
  9:53am Maricôt:

Morning! Good old egyptian morning.
  9:54am Doug Schulkind:

This slamming Moroccan psych can be found here:

Good morning and HAPPY BIRTHDAY Maricôt!
  9:55am glenn:

is there an egyptian lady gaga?
  9:55am Doug Schulkind:

Glenn, that would be Oum Kaltsoum!
  9:56am Maricôt:

:) not quite Jorge Ben Jor, but I`m enjoying it.
  9:57am Doug Schulkind:

Be patient, Maricôt!
  9:57am glenn:

bring it on.
  9:58am Hugo:

  10:01am glenn:

  10:07am texas scott:

live show,after all?
go Doug!!
  10:10am Aaron in JCity:

live radio is what its all about!
  10:11am still b/p:

Got a few Eqyptian CDs I ain't listened to yet. After a Zikrayat performance at a festival a few weeks ago, I asked where CDs were. A musician says don't go to the CD tent, he's got 'em right in his bag for cheaper. After much rummaging among his homemade and packaged discs while I'm holding his coat, and no evident eagerness to make change, he sent me off with three for $20....a sort of winner in the ol' three disc Masud.
  10:12am Doug Schulkind:

Aaron in JCity, doing it LIVE means the world to me.
  10:20am Doug Schulkind:

Jorge Ben alert! Jorge Ben alert! Jorge Ben alert!
  10:24am Maricôt:

But those brazilians really can make good music
  10:25am Doug Schulkind:

Blame it on Rio!
  10:28am Aaron in JCity:

A fine wonderful mess - my ears thank you!
  10:29am still b/p:

We're glad you did persevere through adversity today. You could've blown it off and gone for a coffee walk, or gotten all couchy and watched The View or some damn thing.
  10:36am Doug Schulkind:

still b/p, I basically was gonna blow it off. I hate doing those shows with the signal constantly rebuffering. Ach! But my cool-headed darling wife just dialed up Verizon and stuck the phone in my hand. Despite this amazing hybrid streaming radio thing I've created, I am a major computer wuss.
  10:36am Brian in UK:

Sinclair Lewis would turn in his proverbial. Flames was a good song of theirs.
  10:37am Carmichael:

Hi Doug! Hey, Elmer Gantry. I know him from his short stint singing with Alan Parsons.
  10:42am listener rey:

saludos from midtown,
slow day at the office means I can listen to the entire show today in real time. So glad you decided to stay and play some records for us. Special thanks to Mrs Drummer Some!
  10:44am Doug Schulkind:

Hey hey Listener Rey! (OK, no more rhyming.)

Get ready for a 14-minute Korean cover of Rare Earth's cover of the Temptation's version of Smokey Robinson's Get Ready!
  10:45am Carmichael:

Get leady, get leady!!

OK, I just didn't say that, did I?!?
  10:46am Brian in UK:

North or South?
  10:47am seang:

this show rules!!
  10:47am listener rey:

  10:49am Doug Schulkind:

Something tells me East Korea, Brian.

Great organ solo coming up. (After the obligatory flute solo, of course.)
  10:53am Keith:

what a bass and drum break!
hello from "that guy walking around the neighborhood"
  10:53am Brian in UK:

  10:54am Alex in Illinois:

Ooooo, eeeee! Psychedelic! Flute! Now more fuzz guitar!
  10:55am still b/p:

Is the way they're keeping the playing & singing tempo of this version putting it right in the DMZ between ridiculous and cool? Got its own...Seoul?
  10:55am Doug Schulkind:

Keith! So glad you tuned in! How was the show at Gooskis? Sorry I couldn't make it.
  10:56am calzone!:

  11:00am Shaun:

"Why would you do that, Larry?".
  11:02am Alex in Illinois:

Maybe they ran out of tape before they finished recording, so to get rid of the ubrupt stop, they then decided to fade it out.
  11:05am ndbob:

morning Doug and everyone!
  11:06am Doug Schulkind:

You must be a glasses half full kinda person, Alex.

Morning ndbob!
  11:06am Carmichael:

Morning, Bob!
  11:07am Brian in UK:

This early Kooban sound is priceless. Vampisoul is putting out a lot of good music recently.
  11:09am Lewis:

finally made it back to the "radio" glad to hear the drumming!
  11:10am ndbob:

went out to breakfast since I wasn't sure if/when you would be on.
  11:10am Doug Schulkind:

I didn't think it would happen, Lewis.
  11:12am Doug Schulkind:

Another Vampisoul coming up. Brian.
  11:15am monica:

wow, great version! no rabid squirrel can take down our mighty drummer!
  11:16am still b/p:

Need expert input or knowledge:
A portion of the Nino Rota Clowns piece sounds directly lifted from music by Charlie Chaplin for his nonsense song in Modern Times, but every time I try to look up a connection/acknowledgment/explanation..I can't find nuthin' that talks about this.
Charlie clip - skip to 1:20 for music, 2:15 for main melody.
  11:16am annie:

it's been a great morning for music drummer-man!
  11:18am Doug Schulkind:

Too bad Big Maybelle didn't sing this with Noro Morales. Now THAT would be one hell of an act.
  11:18am Keith:

Gooskis was great on Friday. Taichi and I have another gig there Oct 6 with Shinji Masuko of DMBQ/the Boredoms
  11:18am monica:

oooh, this one's great too!
  11:19am Brian in UK:

Can I fix you a drink before your taxi comes. When do you think you'll be back. I'll get you a light, yes it is warm. There's the the bell now, well it's been great. See you again sometime.
  11:21am ndbob:

Ever hear Big Maybelle's version of "The Eggplant That Ate Chicago"?
  11:21am listener rey:

love the cha cha cha. In Joe Conzo's book on Tito Puente he writes about a discussion with Tito, Charlie Palmieri, Miguelito Valdes, Machito & Mario Bauza where they speculate that the cha cha cha died out because it was not so easy to dance to.
  11:23am Doug Schulkind:

Hello Dear Annie!
I've got an INSANELY slow salsa number coming up. If you can dance to this number, you are a supremely cool badass!

You can get that Big Maybelle eggplant tune here:
  11:26am ndbob:

Pretty odd record Doug - my friend had a copy of "96 Tears" when i was growing up, so I heard it endlessly.
  11:27am annie:

oh it's beautiful! getting up now.. i've been moving my stuff to a different room, i shall sway as i carry!
  11:27am Brian in UK:

If The Cowboy Junkies did salsa it would be paced like this.
  11:32am listener rey:

in latin music, guajira is similar to the blues
  11:34am annie:

oh, and doug- any portuguese you pronounce is music to my ears... wonder why i prefer that over spanish..
  11:35am sinner:

Doug--I detect a looser, more open ended vibe to your show today (and lately). Perhaps you are broadcasting your show in the nude? Just a thought......
  11:39am Brian in UK:

sinner we have been there before regarding broadcasting clothing or not. Hope the mailman does not call.
  11:39am ndbob:

Ever hear Los Zafiros? Maybe you have played them .. can't remember.
  11:40am Lewis:

Let's here it for Ms. DrummerSome!
  11:41am Lana Turner:

The postman always rings twice.
  11:42am ndbob:

ah great one here - the original and best version
  11:42am Doug Schulkind:

Thanks for that edifying comment, Rey!
  11:43am Lewis:

a bit of a hiccough in my spelling - it should of course be "hear it for Ms. DrummerSome"
  11:43am Doug Schulkind:

See, it IS "hiccough." (See earlier comments...)
  11:49am Carmichael:

The Boston Crabs have a completely different song called "Down in Mexico".
  11:52am trish:

re: "sin"
Get plastered and then confess across the road.
Confess and then get plastered across the road.
  11:55am trish:

er, a few steps south
  11:59am Carmichael:

Man, I just finally figured out the Funky Chicken. Now a new dance??
  11:59am listener james from westwood:

waak waak peanut duck!
back in front of the keys for work round 2 @ the (duck) tail end of the comments!
  11:59am ndbob:

the flip of this sounds intriguing
  12:00pm listener james from westwood:

glad this show was rescued from the brimstone of internet-outage hell!
  12:01pm annie:

  12:03pm Doug Schulkind:

Crazy set of Bollywood beauties all set to go. I'll be back in a coupla minutes.
  12:05pm ndbob:

and here we go off the grid!
  12:05pm Doug Schulkind:

Asha Bhosle & Manna Dey " Tujhko Rakhe Ram" from the 1968 film "Ankhen."
  12:09pm listener james from westwood:

How I would love to share an apartment with a crazy set of Bollywood beauties.
  12:09pm Doug Schulkind:

Kishore Kumar (and his son Amit Kumar) "Kismat Ki Baat Ka" from the 1976 film "Aap Beati."
  12:10pm Doug Schulkind:

Thanks, Listener James. Now I know what to get you for Xmas!
  12:12pm Carmichael:

There's nothing like dining on Indian food and watching Bollywood dancing on the huge screen. I know where I'm going for dinner!
  12:13pm Doug Schulkind:

Now it's Amit Kumar on his own: "Jeevan Ke Sab Sukh Paye Too" from "Anjane Mein (1978).
  12:13pm ndbob:

sorry I missed the first part of the show - I'll catch it on the archives.
  12:14pm ndbob:

no Indian food here - good or bad
  12:15pm Doug Schulkind:

Didn't miss too much, ndbob. The show started just after 9:30 (ET).
  12:15pm Carmichael:

Where is here, Bob? North Dakota?
  12:16pm ndbob:

yep Carmichael .. where we had frost yesterday morning
  12:16pm Doug Schulkind:

Now how about some title music for the OST to F.C. Mehra's film "Manoranjan." Music by R.D. Burman.
  12:18pm Carmichael:

Well, if you're near Fargo, go vist Passage to India. Very good reviews.
  12:19pm Doug Schulkind:

Could I do a Bollywood set w/out Lata Mangeshkar? Heavens no! "Aao Kren Baten" is from the film "Naya Nasha" (1973). Music by Sapan Chakravarty.
  12:21pm Brian in UK:

Well I'll be darned, this is what I call freeform, you do not know whether the show is going on air or no.
  12:22pm Doug Schulkind:

I'll sop up the last bit of soup with a dance music sequence from 1981's "Commander." Score by the always thrilling Kalyanji Anandji.

A million thanks to all for listening!
  12:23pm listener james from westwood:

your choice of bollywood tunes is a million times better than the music the local decent indian joint plays. great food, but they play slow, piano driven indian-sounding schmaltz. eh, still better than my local chinese joint, which didn't change its easter muzak (!) for 6 months.
  12:23pm ndbob:

great show as always Doug!
  12:24pm Doug Schulkind:

Yes, Listener James, but they make a better Palag Paneer than me. Let's call it a draw.
  12:27pm listener james from westwood:

i'd sit through an alarming variety of bad music for their chicken korma and a pile o' pakoras!
muchas gracias for the bollywood lagniappe!
  12:27pm Carmichael:

Thanks Doug!
  12:29pm Brian in UK:

Adios Amigos
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