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September 30, 2011 Options
It's a revolting day in South Carolina
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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)

Khana Mai Sak  Yup Mue Kam   Options Kam Mueang Disco
Sombat Methani & Rut Ronphop  Loek Sura   Options Wiwa Pha Fan (OST)
( 1971)
Khosit Nopphakhun  Duang Chai Rai Rak   Options Ya Long Bangkok
Sayan Sanya  Cham Chon Thammada   Options Sayan Sadaeng Sot
Mai Waenthip  Ek Isan   Options 18 Pleng Yot Hit
AKA  Shake Me   Options Those Shocking Shaking Days:
Indonesia Hard, Psychedelic, Progressive Rock and Funk 1970-1978
(Now Again )

Talkover Music:
Gender Wayan Pemarwan 
Gending Pemungkah   Options Music for the Balinese Shadow Play "The Mahabharata"
(CMP 1989)

Bar X Cowboys (Vocal: Chuck Keeshan)  I'd Love to Live in Loveland (with a Girl Like You)   Options In the West Where Life Is Free
(Bronco Buster )
Jimmy Wakely  I've Got Nuggets   Options Swinging West, Volume 2
(Krazy Kat )
Gene Henslee  Diggin' 'n Datin'   Options Imperial Rockabillies, Volume 2
(Beat Goes On )
Left Frizzell  My Baby's Just Like Money   Options His Life, His Music
(Bear Family 1951)
Helen Carter  There's a Right Way, a Wrong Way   Options b/w I'm All Broke Out with Love
(Tennessee 1951)
Tex Williams  Only Politickin'   Options Hey Mr. Cotton Picker
(B.A.C.M. 1952)
Dick Damron  No One Knows It Better Than a Clown   Options More Than Countryfied
(Bear Family )

Talkover Music:
Arkie Shibley 
Hot Woodpecker Rag   Options Hot Rod Race
(Collector 1950s)

Merceditas Valdés  Devuevelme el Coco   Options Canciones Cubanas de Cuna
(Virgin )
Chepin y Su Orquesta Oriental  Calle Enramada, Santiago   Options El Que Rie Ultimo Rie Mejor
(Rhumba 1959)
Paul Ortiz Y La Orquesta Son  Gozar Mi Son   Options Meremebe
(Mango 1973)
Mañungo y Su Orquesta  Tu Diadema   Options Porros Originales e Inolvidables
Nico Gomez & His Orchestra  Nena Negrita   Options Fiesta Brasiliana
(Concert Hall 1971)
Bobby Valentín  Barengue Manengue   Options Bad Breath
(Fania 1967)

Talkover Music:
Rubén Gonzalez 
Tumbao   Options Introducing...Rubén González
(World Circuit/Nonesuch 1997)

Guitar Nubbit (Alvin Hankerson)  Georgia Chain Gang   Options The Blues Town Story, Volume 1
(Wolf )
Muddy Waters  Streamline Woman   Options The Complete Muddy Waters
(Chess 1948)
Sunnyland Slim  Illinois Central   Options Doctor Clayton & His Buddy
(International 1947)
Mighty Joe Young  Hard Times (Follow Me)   Options USA Records Blues Story
(Fuel 2000 )
Big Jack Reynolds  Going Down Slow   Options A Fortune of Blues, Volume 2

Talkover Music:
Maceo & All the King's Men 
Maceo   Options Doing Their Own Thing
(Charly 1970)

Duke Ellington  Ballet of the Flying Saucers   Options A Drum Is a Woman
(Columbia 1956)
Curtis Counce Quintet  Move   Options Exploring the Future
(Dootone 1958)
Andrew Hill  Dance With Death   Options Dance With Death
(Blue Note 1968)
D-U-B  We Have Many Possibility   Options D
(Omagatoki 1986)

Talkover Music:
Vikter Duplaix 
Grover (Vikter Duplaix remix)   Options The Philadelphia Experiment Remixed
(Rope-a-Dope 2002)

Dion  Let Go, Let God   Options Sit Down Old Friend
(Warner Bros. 1971)
Hilss & LaBlanc  A Time Lost   Options A Time Lost
(Archer 1974)
Hackamore Brick  Peace Has Come   Options One Kiss Leads to Another
(Kama Sutra 1971)
The Yankee Dollar  Let's Get Together   Options The Yankee Dollar
(Akarma 1968)
Joe Peace  Reflections I See   Options Finding Peace of Mind
(World in Sound 1972)
Terry Reid  Ooh Baby (Make Me Feel So Young)   Options Seed of Memory
(BGO 1975)

Talkover Music:
Oliver Sain 
Night TIme   Options St. Louis Breakdown:
The Best of Oliver Sain
(AVI )

Unidentified  Sakara   Options Pondo Kakou: Musique de Société Secrète
(MC 1952)
Cheikh Kidal  Thardine   Options Malaila: Musical Field Recordings from Mali
(Sahel Sounds )
L'orchestre Traditionnel  Duh' Akagwa   Options Musique Traditionnelle de Burundi
(Melodiya 1987)
Obiajulum Super Sound  Iwe Nwunye Di   Options Power of Africa
Bob Ohiri & His Unuru Sounds  Nigeria London Na Lagos   Options Uhuru Aiye
(Ashiko ca. 1985)

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

Listener comments!

  8:40am annie:

it's a revolting day all over the country, rise up!!
  8:42am glenn:

it warms the cockles of my little socialist heart.
  8:42am Doug Schulkind:

Yes, yes, the peasants are revolting! (Bless the peasants.)
  8:47am david:

let me get a few more cups of coffee then I'll revolt.
  8:47am annie:

glenn, i share your joy!! we are actually sending people down from up here.. next week..
  8:50am Doug Schulkind:

Today's show is still percolating. Sorry, no decaf.
  8:54am ndbob:

morning doug and everyone!
  8:54am Brian in UK:

Afternoon Doug & fellow sensation seekers.

Brother Hugo if you are out there here is something to consider for your Christmas stocking (my sincerest apologies for mentioning the c word)
  8:57am Doug Schulkind:

Howdy ndbob and Brian!
  9:04am ausmanx:

hey, i'm really confused, how is scott mcdowell on the same time as doug??? parallel universes! technology is too much for me...
  9:05am Doug Schulkind:

Put Scot in your right speaker and me in your left. Party!
  9:09am glenn:

kinda like having the devil on one shoulder and an angel on the other. i'm not saying which is which.
  9:12am Doug Schulkind:

Ausmanx, my show airs on a separate 24-hour webstream from WFMU that I manage called Give the Drummer Radio. Now in it's 2nd year!
  9:12am still b/p:

This is like a cross between "Snoopy and the Red Baron" and something else....
  9:16am Hugo:

Hi Brian, just tuned in, as it were. Any Studio One is essential, if you ask me. I would recommend the Studio One Story, a little further down that web page, for the documentary.
  9:18am ausmanx:

okay, so i've taken your advice and have you both streaming in simultaneously over the interweb... quite nice at moment, but not sure it's gonna stay that way!
  9:19am Doug Schulkind:

Oh God, no! I wasn't serious! Stop now before permanent damage occurs.
  9:20am dc pxat:

  9:21am ausmanx:

well he's got Tirath Singh Nirmala and you've got Mai Waenthip, so i reckon there's some kind of synergy going on...
  9:21am Van in Dallas:

Hi Doug. I mean, Sawadi Kap :)
  9:21am Brian in UK:

Hugo, the cover artwork was wonderfully simple yet striking at the same time.

  9:22am Doug Schulkind:

Bon jour, dc pat. I guess you could call me DC Ex-pat. (Well, Bethesda ex-pat, but who's counting?)
Next track is actually from Indonesia, not Thailand, but who's counting?
  9:26am ndbob:

nice cut here!
  9:26am Doug Schulkind:

Nothing like smoking "glass" with your brothers on the beach in Bali, eh?
  9:31am ausmanx:

the crickets are damn tasty in indonesia too
  9:31am Hugo:

Listening to this set reminds me to send the Drummer some Phillippino crooning ...
  9:34am dc pxat:

Smaller, more intimate, AND you can cuss!
  9:36am dc pxat:

I was basically told yesterday by the CIO of our org that it was cool for me to stream FMU at work. How bitchin is that?
  9:37am dc pxat:

Yeah, Bethesda's ok with us DCers. Actually a pretty nice town.
  9:37am Van in Dallas:

I just stream, unasked, as work. That old saying...better to ask forgiveness later ;)
  9:37am ndbob:

ah one of the many good JImmy Wakely songs
  9:38am Brian in UK:

Agree ndbob.
  9:38am Doug Schulkind:

Turn it up Up UP, dc pxat! (I left Bethesda in '79.)

You're a rebel, Van in D, just yer Guv'ner.
  9:39am dc pxat:

Van - I didn't ask for 6 years but it's nice to know now that the sys admins don't really care.... He was actually saying it was ok to stream rugby (he's French) but I took that to mean music is ok too..
  9:41am still b/p:

I have no nuggets for percussion with Jimmy, but I was shaking a pair of bolts with loose washer stacks on them. Swing with THAT, boss man!
  9:43am Brian in UK:

Doug, have you ever come across a song called 'Way Out West' in this style written by someone called Nolan?
  9:44am ndbob:

my favorite lefty record actually is "heaven's plan" - a teener
  9:45am Doug Schulkind:

"Way Out West" is a fairly standard number, no? I actually have a great Sonny Rollins cover of it.
  9:49am Brian in UK:

I've got a version on a Gene Parsons LP but have no idea where the original comes from.
  9:51am glenn:

nolan rings a bell. i think way out west is originally bob wills, no?
  9:54am annie:

goddammit, that piano rocks..
  9:56am trjish:

And "oui" !
  9:57am dc pxat:

south carolina where there are more pigs than humans.
  9:58am Listener Bill:

Call 911 - "I's a great day in South Carolina. It's a great day for an emergency in South Carolina. What is your emergency?"
  9:59am Doug Schulkind:

dc pxat, how can you tell?
  10:00am Doug Schulkind:

Top o' the morning, Trjish!
  10:00am Brian in UK:

My mistake, it's Way Out There. Ooops.
  10:00am still b/p:

They could sample Peggy Lee or Kay Starr for the phone systems:
"`Cause it's a good day for paying your bills;
And it's a good day for curing your ills,
So take a deep breath and throw away your pills;
`Cause it's a good day from morning' till night."
  10:00am Doug Schulkind:

Ah, "Way Out There" by Bob Nolan.
  10:02am dc pxat:

Now, now Drummer Some. pigs are people too.
  10:02am ndbob:
  10:02am ndbob:

ty doug
  10:07am fishmonkeystew:

I'm diggin' it, Doug! Full speed ahead!
  10:09am glenn:

bob wills was (briefly) in the movie way out west. isn't there also a song? now i'm confused.
  10:10am Doug Schulkind:

Hey FishMonkey, feel free to share your WHUS info with the fine people. Go FishMonkeyStew Go!
  10:11am Paul Sherratt:

Sons Of The Pioneers - Way Out There
A real life treat for later !

Back to work ...!
  10:13am Doug Schulkind:

Buenas Dias, Pablo!
  10:15am annie:

i swear i thought i heard you say bob keeshan earlier.. was i ear-lucinating?
  10:16am Doug Schulkind:

Chuck Keeshan!!!
  10:17am annie:

ok, i was wondering what captain kangaroo was up to these days..
  10:19am Paul Sherratt:

>>Buenas Dias, Pablo!
Well it is now - although in a traffic crawl earlier the Afro Cuban All Stars belting out ' Tumba Palo Cocuye ' in the 28C late September heat we have here today, wasn't at all bad either ...
  10:22am fishmonkeystew:

Thanks, Doug! I'm honored!

Hi all! As Doug mentioned, I've been lucky enough to get my very first show on the radio waves. I do a freeform show on Saturday mornings from 9:00-11:00am on 91.7 WHUS out of Storrs, CT on the University of Connecticut campus. You can listen online at or via iTunes. Freeform!
  10:24am Doug Schulkind:

Funny, Paul. I once wrote a short piece about grooving my way through a traffic jam with some great music:
  10:24am fishmonkeystew:

Oh, by the way, the show's called The Modulated Carrier. I probably should have mentioned that. Heh.
  10:24am ndbob:

ah this is great - was wondering how this collection was and now i know - congrats fish!
  10:25am Paul Sherratt:

Does anyone have details of the Guitar Nubbit Fan Club ?
  10:28am fishmonkeystew:

Thanks, ndbob! It's all very exciting, and WFMU has been a huge inspiration.
  10:29am Paul Sherratt:

For anyone requiring further information on Guitar Nubbit you'll find all written down on this matchbox
  10:32am Doug Schulkind:

THANK YOU Paul. I missed that Nubbit nugget!
  10:33am Doug Schulkind:

Congrats to you, FishMS. I am honored to have many fellow DJs amongst the listenership.
  10:33am Paul Sherratt:

Thanks for that traffic jam link Doug. I really rather enjoyed mine today too !
PS. A Darondo album has been reissued by Ace which is a very good thing indeed.
  10:34am Doug Schulkind:

If three more people tuned into Give the Drummer Radio right now, the audience would EQUAL the size of WFMU's online listening audience. ASTOUNDING!
  10:36am Carmichael:

I'm doing my part for FMU and GDTS. Good morning to my fellow fellows and fellowettes.
  10:38am Doug Schulkind:

Darondo can belt it!

Eternally glad to have you aboard, Carmichael.
  10:39am ndbob:

morning carmichael!
  10:43am Carmichael:

Hi Bob. Hey, what's all this talk about revolt in South Carolina? Are they leaving?!?
  10:45am drr:

That's great to know about the commenting on old shows thing--I listen to a lot of time-shifted WFMU, so that's useful.
  10:47am Doug Schulkind:

The governor or South Carolina has issued an executive order mandating that all state employees answer the phone: "It's a Great Day in South Carolina!" That's what's revolting.
  10:54am Carmichael:

Jeez. Glad to see the important issues are getting resolved. Now, if they can just issue suspenders to everyone, their pants wouldn't fall down and the State would have no problems left.
  10:54am Brian in UK:

Belated thanks Doug & Paul. Sweltering eh, Paul.

Good luck, fishmonkeystew.
  10:57am Paul Sherratt:

It's a little warm for the time year ..
  10:59am Doug Schulkind:

By the way, Happy Rosh Hashanah to all you dear listeners. The temple next to my house here in Pittsburgh is really blowing the shit out of the shofar right now. Maybe you'll hear it next time I go on mic!
  11:05am Brian in UK:

You bet, Paul.
Right with you on the sounds in cars, Doug. It's only with the latest new/old car that I bought a CD player only because the one insitu was broke; until then it was cassettes and frankly I found nothing wrong with that. My personal hatred of crystal cases is unbounded.
  11:12am monica:

blow that funky shofar, doug! enjoying today's show big time.
  11:12am ndbob:

very interesting record - just listened to it a couple days ago
  11:13am annie:

is this the same fellow who sings butterfly of love?
  11:13am Doug Schulkind:

Thanks Monica!
  11:14am trjish:

First radio show, FMS.
(What do you like best about it so far??)
  11:17am Doug Schulkind:

I don't know Dion well enough, Annie. Anyone know if he did Butterfly of Love?
  11:18am Brian in UK:

I think he sang Abraham, Martin & Grabowski but that's as far as I go.
  11:19am annie:

looks as if it was glen campbell who wrote it
  11:20am Doug Schulkind:

This singer for Hackamore Brick sounds a lot like Smokey of Smokey & His Sister.
  11:20am Paul Sherratt:

I've said this before but so what ... listening to this constantly startling today show I feel like Mama Cass when she was watching Joplin perform Ball & Chain. Now where's that beer
  11:22am ndbob:

I'm a big Dion fan, but more his doowop material.
  11:22am Doug Schulkind:

You can have a beer, Paul, but no ham sandwich. (Yes, I know it's not true.)
  11:23am Carmichael:

Bob Lind sang the penultimate version of Elusive Butterfly, if that's the song you're thinking of.
  11:25am annie:

yes it is carm.. thanks!!
  11:25am Carmichael:

Hey, these guys remind me of the New Seekers.
  11:26am Carmichael:

Or maybe Friend and Lover?
  11:27am fishmonkeystew:

trjish, I love the freedom I have to play whatever I want. I like possibility of sharing music and sounds with someone who otherwise would never have heard them before. I want to wash the commercialism out of peoples' ears.
  11:29am Doug Schulkind:

Yeah, that was my fuckup.
  11:31am trjish:

Sounds great. (Makes me miiss doing radio)
  11:34am Brian in UK:

Was it this Terry Reid who was going to be THE NEXT BIG THING in the early 70s. He is from here.
  11:35am Doug Schulkind:

Isn't this Terry Reid track the greatest thing you've ever heard?!
  11:37am josh:

in st louis thanks for the sain!!!
  11:39am annie:

alrighty, then, time to get the heck away from the computer and take the trash out.. .i love you all so much, thanks for being in my life!
  11:40am Doug Schulkind:

Back atcha, Annie!
  11:41am Carmichael:

Enjoy the weekend, Annie!
  11:43am fishmonkeystew:

Have an awesome weekend Annie!
  11:45am trjish:

(so long, Annie)
  11:46am glenn:

who knew?
  11:46am Brian in UK:

Have the bestest time, annie from across the water.
  11:48am Van in Dallas:

Give the Drummer Some: Bringing whole new meaning to "Spanning the Globe"
  11:50am ndbob:

bye annie!
  11:50am Doug Schulkind:

"Spanking the Globe" maybe!
  11:51am Brian in UK:

Spannering the Lobes
  11:53am Brian in UK:

Is this from Zimbabwe, Doug.
  11:53am trjish:

Bridging the spans.
  11:54am Doug Schulkind:

Nigeria, Brian. Probably the son of Cheif Osita Osadebe
  11:59am still b/p:

I luz me this show. Thanks, Doug
  12:00pm Brian in UK:

Real interesting mix today, Doug. The Dick Damron could be the subtitle for todays show!
  12:01pm ndbob:

excellent show Doug!
  12:01pm Doug Schulkind:

Excellent listening Bob. As always!
  12:03pm Van in Dallas:

Enjoyed the show Doug!
  12:04pm Carmichael:

Thumbs up, Dougie!
  12:04pm glenn:

and excellent commenting from all as usual.
  12:07pm Doug Schulkind:

Go GtDS team Go!
  7:11pm Leigh:

Sik show Schulkind, (as usjz).
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