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November 4, 2011 Options
For sisters and for brothers
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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)
Billy Wright  Keep Your Hands on Your Heart   Options b/w Mean Old Wine
(Savoy 1951)
Joe Morris & His Orchestra  Beans and Cornbread   Options Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere
(Acrobat )
Eugene Wright & His Dukes of Swing  Pork 'n' Beans   Options Rare R 'n' B Honkers 1948-1955
(Pontiac )
Bobby Marchan  Snoopin and Accusin   Options Something on Your Mind
(Relic )
Little Sammy  Papa Did the Chicken   Options Heartattack! 1954-65
Wild and Crazy L.A. R & B, Volume 2

(Pan!c )
Joe Weaver & His Orchestra (Vocals: Chet Oliver)  Cool as a Cucumber   Options Baby I Love You So
(Regency )
Big Jim Wynn (Vocals: Teddy Shirley)  Fat Meat   Options Blow Wynn Blow
(Whiskey, Women, And... 1948)

Talkover Music:
Alice Coltrane 
Ptah, the El Dauod   Options Ptah, the El Dauod
(Impulse 1970)

Bouchaib El-Bidaoui  Taarida   Options Nghadrou Kissane
(Chaabiphone )
Rahbani Brothers  La Gardienne Des Cles (First Overture)   Options The Music of the Fairuz Operettas
(Press Hellas )
Romica Puceanu  Deschide, Gropare, Mormântul!   Options Muzica De Colectie
Ayla Algan  Koca Öküz   Options En Iyileriyle
(Ossi Müzik )
Nahid Akhtar  Dil Dil Guitar   Options B-Music: Radio Galaxia
(Finders Keepers )
Pourhashimi  Hippy   Options Intercontinental Transmissions, Volume 1
(Kala Bandar )

Talkover Music:
Bud Powell 
Comin' Up   Options The Scene Changes
(Blue Note 1958)

Charles Moore  I've Been Down That Road Before   Options Real Old Tennessee Rock
and Country Rock, Volume 3
(White Label 1954)
Jimmy Crain  I'm Gonna Get Ya   Options Rockin' with Jimmy Crain
(White Label )
Kenny Biggs  It Wasn't Easy   Options The Welty Recordings
(White Label 1965)
Johnny Ray Harris  Cajun Weekend   Options Rockin' in Louisiana, Volume 2
(Collector 1960)
Mike Page  Long Black Shiny Car   Options Kentucky Rock.a.Billy
(White Label )
Ray Harris  I'm Winning Now   Options Rock and Rhythm:
Original '50s Recordings
(White Label )
Gene Sisco w/the Ramblin' Ramblers  Grandma Rock and Roll   Options b/w Block of Ice You Call a Heart
(Dess 1957)
Sidney Joe Lewis w/Hardrock Gunter  Boppin' to Grandfather's Clock   Options b/w Beggars Can't Be Choosers
(Island 1958)
Jesse Stevens & Big Sandy Boys  No Bluebirds in the Sea   Options b/w Mama Mama
(Bluegrass 1958)

Talkover Music:
Augustus Pablo 
Drums to the King   Options Blowing With the Wind
(Shanachie 1978)

Buddy Collette  Jungle Pipe   Options Man of Many Parts
(Contemporary 1956)
Tuli Kupferberg  The Sap Glove   Options No Deposit, No Return
(ESP 1966)
Sun Ra  A Better World   Options The Outer Darkness: Space Poetry,
Volume 3
(Norton )
Sonny Red (Kyner)  'Teef   Options Breezing
(Jazzland 1960)
Hugh Hopper / Elton Dean /
Keith Tippett / Joe Gallivan 
Seven Drones   Options Cruel But Fair
(Compendium 1976)

Talkover Music:
Yohimbe Brothers 
Tenemental   Options Front End Lifter
(Rope-a-Dope 2002)

Freddy (Fredesvinda Garcia Valdés)  Freddy   Options La Voz Del Sentimiento
(Puchito 1960)
Miguelito Cuni  El Diablo Tun Tun   Options Sones de Ayer
(Gema 1958)
Niño Rivera y Su Conjband  Madejas de Ensueño   Options Niño Rivera y Su Conjband
(Panart 1958)
The Lebrón Brothers  Tall Tale   Options Psychedelic Goes Latin
(Cotique 1967)
Los Hijos Del Rey  Mr. Welcome   Options Fernandito y Raulin
(Karen 1978)
Katunga  Un Paso Aqui, un Paso Alla   Options Mira Para Arriba Mira Para Abajo
(RCA Victor 1973)

Talkover Music:
Hey Mr Bundle   Options Make New Friends
(Tru Thoughts 2004)

Rose Maddox  Where No One Stands Alone   Options $35 and a Dream
(Arhoolie 1994)
Lal and Mike Waterson  Child Among the Weeds   Options Bright Phoebus
(Leader Sound 1972)
Andy Bey & the Bey Sisters  Night Song   Options Andy Bey & the Bey Sisters
(Prestige 1964)
Len & Judy  Go 'Way from My Window   Options Folk Songs / Sweet & Bittersweet
(Prestige 1965)
Smokey and His Sister  Some People   Options Smokey and His Sister
(Warner Bros 1968)
The Carpenters  Baby, it's You   Options
( 1970)
Oliver Sain  Night Time   Options St. Louis Breakdown:
The Best of Oliver Sain
(AVI early 1970s)
Eldridge Holmes  Worried Over You   Options 7"
(Jet Set )
Lee Fields  Let's Talk It Over   Options Let's Talk It Over
(Angle 3 1979)
Bertha Tillman  I Wish   Options b/w Oh My Angel
(Brent 1962)
Lou Rawls  Dead End Street   Options b/w Yes It Hurts - Doesn't It
(Capitol 1967)

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

Listener comments!

  8:39am texas scott:

backdoor was open so I let myself in.
  8:43am Doug Schulkind:

So glad you did, TS! Have a slice a pie. The coffee is over...there.
  8:50am Jack:

Hey Doug! as always thanks for the email reminders. This is fantastic; I actually have a free morning to listen to you. I'm gonna crank it up! 2nd cup o' joe kicking in...
  8:51am david:

pis sounds nice right now but let me get a cup of coffee first. always hospitable, doug.
  8:51am aaron:

Coffee black please. Great way to kick off a 3 day weekend!
  8:52am Doug Schulkind:

Jack, David and Aaron: Welcome! (Sorry, no decaf here.)
  8:54am glenn:

decaf. pah.
  8:55am david:

is this Ebo?!?!!?
  8:56am Doug Schulkind:

David, this is K. Frimpong & His Cubanos Fiestas performing "Kyenkyen Bi Adi M'awu"
  8:57am listener james from westwood:

hey all. hope all those in the northeast have power, internet, etc. all wires humming in this homestead, fortunately....
  8:58am Doug Schulkind:

Buzz, crackle, whir, whiz, Listener James.
  8:59am ndbob:

morning doug and everyone!
  8:59am david:

this was a recent motherload post. I really enjoyed this album. The blue cover, right?
  9:00am Parq:

Let the games begin.
  9:01am listener james from westwood:

howdy ndbob and all listeners on land and sea!
gotta love that 100% banner atop the playlist. congrats again, doug and by extension, fmu!
  9:01am A Phlebotomist Writes:

That 100% sure does look cute.

Doctor S, how is the patient, is a transfusion pending or are we cooking?
  9:01am Doug Schulkind:

Yes, I believe you are correct, David!

Your serve, Parq.

Ndbob, it is a pleasure.
  9:01am listener james from westwood:

morning parq! good to see you at the recfair!
  9:01am 200% dc pat:

  9:02am Van in Dallas:

Hi Doug and all...another workday kicking off the Free form music way :)
  9:02am A Phlebotomist Writes:

200% dc pat that medication seems to working just fine.
  9:02am glenn:

dc pat's beside himself.
  9:03am listener james from westwood:

phlebotomist, i will be visiting one of your colleagues the week after next to have a bit o' the red red krovvy skimmed off for some testing.
  9:04am A Phlebotomist Writes:

LJfW Plenty of fluids beforehand unless it is a fasting test.
  9:04am glenn:

  9:05am Doug Schulkind:

That's a lotta percent, dc pat!

How's it going, Van? Glad you're here

Phlebby, you will provide the "dry wit" during today's procedings.

Hello Mr. Glenn, our Northern neighb.
  9:05am A Phlebotomist Writes:

glenn horrowshow - Clockwork Orange?
  9:06am still b/p:

If the doc slips into "Singing In The Rain" out, or at least duck and cover your gulliver.
  9:08am Parq:

DrumSum, I'm going to get me some of that tannis root like in 'Rosemary's Baby', and then I can say "Tannis, anyone?"
  9:09am Doug Schulkind:

Parq, have you ever dug the soundtrack to Rosemary's Baby? Wow! Double wow! Utter brilliance from Krzysztof Komeda.
  9:09am glenn:

g'day mateys.
  9:11am glenn:

oooh. what's the best soundtrack ever? thoughts?
  9:12am texas scott:

love beans cornbread!
  9:13am ndbob:

wow glenn.. so many to choose from - hard to say
  9:13am 200% dc pat:

Wizard of Oz
  9:14am glenn:

stick your neck out ndbob.
  9:14am Van in Dallas:

making me hungry
  9:14am Doug Schulkind:

Very possibly Sun Ran (Herman "Sonny" Blount") and Yusef Lateef ("William Huddleston) on this Eugene Wright number!
  9:15am glenn:

i know it's a bit of a cliche, but i love the good, the bad and the ugly.
  9:17am 200% dc pat:

I was gonna say, or one of Morricone's
  9:18am david:

glenn, morricone would get a few slots on my top 10. his score for The Thing is so awesome.
  9:18am ndbob:

hmm.. best soundtrack i've heard lately is to "just for fun" - from 1963 - lots of great popcorn, teeners, etc.
  9:19am david:

does Purple Rain count as a soundtrack?
  9:19am Michael:

From Morricone I'd take Once Upon A Time in the West. Also a great film.
  9:21am glenn:

casting henry fonda as the villain? pretty genius.
  9:22am Doug Schulkind:

Altman's use of Leonard Cohen's songs as the soundtrack to "McCabe & Mrs. Miller" is one my favorite uses of music in film.

Wrote about it here:
  9:22am 200% dc pat:

there's some pretty wild music in some of Kurozawa's older films--No-inspired stuff.
  9:23am Michael:

A great great villain too. Jim Jarmusch uses music very well. His latest used Boris to great effect I thought.
  9:23am listener james from westwood:

morricone performed in, i want to say '03, at radio city, leading an orchestra while films that featured his music played on the big screen. still kicking myself for missing it.
  9:23am glenn:

if you like cats and music -
  9:24am Parq:

If I thought it over, I'd agonize over a bazillian choices, so I'm going impulsive and voting for Franz Waxman's score for "The Bride of Frankenstein."
  9:25am Parq:

Oh, and I am *so* going to have 'Papa Did the Chicken" for the father-daughter dance at my kid's wedding.
  9:25am 200% dc pat:

oh shit! I forgot my all time favorite: The 10th Victim music by Piero Piccioni
  9:25am glenn:

i saw bugs bunny on broadway; bugs cartoons played behind the toronto symphony orchestra, it was fantastic. don't get the brazilian, parq, it'll hurt.
  9:26am david:

Also would put Goblin's SDK for Suspiria up there.
  9:27am 200% dc pat:

10th Victim has some of the most unusual organ music I've heard with weird skat singing by some unknown woman. the movie itself rules too.

I kind of liked the score for the Shining as well
  9:30am Michael:

More importantly, it had Ursula Andress!
  9:30am A Phlebotomist Writes:

I refer you to 09:05 for soundtracks. Using only some non original material. Several sub sections here including sexchanging composers.
  9:30am fishmonkeystew:

Good morning all! Thanks for the good wishes for the Northeast, James. Unfortunately, we've got no juice in my neighborhood (not until Sunday night, they claim!). Fortunately, we do have power and internet at work. Unfortunately, I have to be at work to enjoy it.

My fav soundtrack is Ascenseur pour l'Échafaud, by Miles Davis. And what a cool film!
  9:31am glenn:

orchestra muffling, no?
  9:32am A Phlebotomist Writes:

Great or little Auk Professeur?
  9:32am Doug Schulkind:

A good thought, but it's spelled "ork"!!!
  9:33am 200% dc pat:

Michael: excellent point, I really dig marcello mastroianni in it too, totally cool with bleached hair.
  9:34am fishmonkeystew:

Hey Doug, do you know if there is a recording of the Quaker City Jazz Festival (in Philadelphia) from 1967 floating around out there? Preferably vinyl, but any audio format will be acceptable. I've searched to no avail. It's on a friend's Xmas wish list.
  9:35am Doug Schulkind:

Jeez, fishmonkeystew, STILL no power? That's abysmal. I haven't seen that Phill fest recording. I'll keep my nose open for it.
  9:38am 200% dc pat:

holy crap, this Romica Puceanu piece is amazing. Any background?
  9:38am fishmonkeystew:

Ya, that's what I get for living in the sticks. I live in Union, CT. It's the smallest town (population wise) in CT with approximately 850 residents. And 97% are without power according to CL&P. On the bright side, my electric bill will be cheaper this month.
  9:40am listener james from westwood:

terrible to hear, fishmonkeystew. it's really been irene pt. 2 for so many people. makes me think solar's not the worst way to go.
  9:40am Doug Schulkind:

Get the Romica Puceanu here:
  9:41am glenn:

i bet it won't. they'll find a way to get more money out of you.
  9:42am Doug Schulkind:

I posted a different Romica Puceanu LP on the Motherlode a while ago. I don't know if the link is still good:
  9:43am 200% dc pat:

and I think this is only the beginning, this winter portends to be pretty harsh...
  9:44am Michael:

fishmonkeystew - I know it's bad out that way. My daughter is in school in Western Mass and classes have been canceled all week, resuming Monday. It's not the snow apparently, although they got a lot. It's the danger from the trees and branches that have fallen all over the campus and the small city.
  9:46am still b/p:

Billowatt mystieries: I was out of the country for 13 days last April. My electric bill for the month showed almost no change from the previous few months. Never got a good explanation, though I tried more than once.
  9:46am ndbob:

we have had a pretty decent fall - by north dakota standards - no snow yet
  9:48am Doug Schulkind:

This Pourhashimi track is on a wicked good comp from listener JK's new Kala Bandar records:
  9:49am jill:

Like i said yesterday on Amanda's show, I'm still without power but GTDS radio always brightens my day! Thanks Drummer!
  9:50am Doug Schulkind:

Oh Jill! So awful. I'll try to keep y'all warm...
  9:52am fishmonkeystew:

Michael, we lost power on Saturday afternoon at about 3:30pm. On Sunday morning when I got up there were downed power lines in every direction around my home. Also, several downed tree limbs and a couple of smashed power poles. I guess Mother Nature decided on "trick" rather than "treat" this year. Luckily, I work for an electrical contractor and was able to borrow a generator for lights, water, refrigerator, and heat. No hot water, but we're getting by. No internet or cable, but that's probably good for us. Southern Massachusetts got hammered, too. I live right on the border and have been hearing stories all week.

I agree with Jill-GTDS makes everything just a bit better.
  9:54am still b/p:

Wow....Map of the CT messmurement:
  9:57am glenn:

sounds like it shoul be called dis - connecticut.
  9:57am listener james from westwood:

guy i know in western nj, hard by the delaware water gap & waaay out in the sticks, had picked the day of the snow to move. that didn't happen. he's been w/o power at the old house since then and i haven't heard from him at the new place, near scranton, since earlier this week! hope he was able to get the truck outta there.
  9:59am A Phlebotomist Writes:

Bud Powell would like some space please!
  10:00am trish:

  10:01am joe:

'ello folks
Doug thank you for a very enjoyable hour so far.
  10:02am jk:

mornin Doug, just tuning in so I missed hippy. thanks for the link!
  10:03am ndbob:

don't think i've ever heard a luke the drifter cover before
  10:03am Doug Schulkind:

Hey hey jk! Thank YOU for tunes. Here's another crucial link for Brother JK:
  10:07am Doug Schulkind:

Say it IS so, Joe.
  10:09am fishmonkeystew:

Dis-Connecticut. hehehe. Unfortunately, my wife doesn't think it's so funny. ;)
  10:10am Doug Schulkind:

So sorry for you and Q-SS.
  10:15am Van in Dallas:

Wow, My thoughts are with you folks way up there without power, etc.
  10:19am Doug Schulkind:

Van, you endured HOW MANY straight days over 100°F? We still feel sorry for you.
  10:21am fishmonkeystew:

No worries! There are others much worse off then we are. Besides, I've got a full fun weekend ahead. Masquerade jam session tonight in Putnam, CT (at Glimpse of Gaia, if you are close by and want to join in), my show in the AM ( at 9:00am <----shamless plug), viewing of Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow at the Cable Car in Providence on Sunday (, and then going to see Slim Cessna's Auto Club at the Providence Social Club after some tasty Indian food.

This is some killer rockabilly.
  10:24am Van in Dallas:

a bunch :)
  10:25am joe:

It is So It is So
Today is the supposed golden day that all power companies are giving their customers as to when their power is supposed to come on :)
  10:26am Van in Dallas:

I see the Did you remember El Diablo Tun Tun? site is still going strong. So there's that good news. :)
  10:27am fishmonkeystew:

100°F + temps are awful. Glad you made it through, Van. Didn't you get all that rain, too? Mother Nature seems pretty pissed off.
  10:28am Van in Dallas:

Oh no. Severe drought here in Texas. Worst ever, I think I heard.
  10:30am Doug Schulkind:

Van, speaking of El Diablo Tun Tun, keep your ears open for the next set...
  10:31am 200% dc pat:

Momma nature definitely pissed.. I'm coaching my sons soccer team and we've played about 2 matches this fall out of about 7 because of all the rain.
  10:32am Doug Schulkind:

For this album, Tuli Kupferberg took advertisements from the newspaper and read them as poems. The kind of "found text" work our own Kenny Goldsmith is doing today, to much acclaim.
  10:35am Bob:

Kuperfberg's name always makes me think of the songwriting credit for "The 10 Commandments" on one of the Fugs albums: "By Tuli Kupferberg and God."
  10:35am ndbob:

though i do wish Tuli knew how to pronounce "Oregon".
  10:38am Doug Schulkind:

Aura GONE!
  10:46am annie:

this is the part where kitchen makes me turn down the sound..
  10:48am Doug Schulkind:

Hello Annie, (goodbye Annie). Oddly, on Monday during Destination Out's premiere broadcast, they played this 20-minute Japanese guitar skronk thrash improve piece—and the size of the listening audience INCREASED over those 20 minutes. And it was a beastly piece.

I love you guys.
  10:52am bruce in boston:

Wow I am finally listening online again after long mysterious computer refusal. Sounds Great! This makes my Friday despite B.C. football slaughter...
  10:54am annie:

it's still on, no one has grumbled loudly yet..
  10:56am Gregory:

Allusion: In the old Monty Python skit about the Piranha Brothers, one of them was referred to as "fair... cruel but fair. He nailed my 'ead to a table once. But 'e assured me that I 'ad transgressed 'is law. So it was a fair cop." (more or less)
  10:59am Doug Schulkind:

Come drown your tears in our musical beers, Bruce in B.

Gregory: THANK YOU!
  11:00am listener james from westwood:

ndbob, what is the correct pronunciation for oregon? "AR-ə-gon"? "ORE-ə-gon"? "AHR-ə-gən"? i was wrong in the past on nevada (apparently nə-VAH-da).
  11:00am monica:

freddy! now there's a voice that'll cuts through a thick fog. enjoying immensely, doug.
  11:00am Doug Schulkind:

This one's for you, Van.
  11:04am Doug Schulkind:

Monica, I heard you play Freddy recently and went hunting. What an amazing performer. She died at 26, fer chrissakes.
  11:07am ndbob:

or a gun or ahr a gun
  11:08am ndbob:

never knew until i went to college there
  11:08am Hugo:

Did I see the man Tuli on the playlist? That is one helluva album, but my Italian pressing is a bit dodgy ...

And the Hopper thing. That was out on a fairly short-lived Oslo label..
  11:09am Van in Dallas:

Oh. Thanks by the way Doug. I'm working away and not able to closely monitor comments here :)
  11:09am Doug Schulkind:

Thanks to Listener James for introducing the schwa ("ə") to the conversation.
  11:12am listener james from westwood:

because sometimes, you just don't want to be bothered with all those pesky vowel sounds, especially on a friday.
  11:12am fishmonkeystew:

Doug, that Japanese skronk piece on Monday was AWESOME. And thanks for the El Diablo Tun Tun tip. I just filled my thumb drive to capacity.
  11:14am Elias:

Hi Doug!
  11:15am Doug Schulkind:

My pleasure, fishmonkeystew. I was floored when I found that mirror site.

If you don't know the reference: I found a blog that has complete reanimated the old dormant blog El Diablo Tun Tun. It is here:

Howdy Elias!
  11:17am Hugo:

Sorry to hear about power losses on the east coast. That Saturday in Manhattan was COLD, sludgy and windy, but we were warmed by the vibes of an evening raga at the Dream House. Back here on the west coast, rainy, but mild.
  11:20am trish:

I find it a bit discombobulating when winter jumps forward south of the 49th parallel while it's comparatively balmy to the north.
  11:21am ndbob:

i do have to go - great show doug - catch the rest on the archive
  11:24am Doug Schulkind:

So long, ndbob, excellent listening (as usual)!
  11:24am listener james from westwood:

later on, bob; stay warm!
  11:25am Doug Schulkind:

Hello Sister Trish.
  11:27am trish:

Sunny greetings from the relative north.
  11:29am Carmichael:

Happy Friday, everyone. Clear and sunny (and cold) here in northern CA. I like the soundtrack from More. Pat, you're technically Double Pat today.
  11:30am Doug Schulkind:

Ah Northern Calif. One of my favorite places. Happy day, Carmichael.
  11:31am Carmichael:

Have you been out this way, Doug? You've never mentioned it before, to my recollection.
  11:32am Artie:

You can use a club Or A Gun. Good to have a memory trick for these things. See also: She a threw an Apple Atcha.
  11:32am Van in Dallas:

B side has been quite nice so far sir Doug. I think it could rightfully challenge that A side for GTDS supremacy this day.
  11:33am Doug Schulkind:

Well my sister lives in Boikley. I've spent many ridiculously great times in the East Bay.

Try to pronounce Atchafalaya, Artie. (Accent on the SECOND syllable!)
  11:34am Doug Schulkind:

Gold star to anyone who can guess where this set is going to end up...
  11:35am Carmichael:

Aahh, Berserkly. Right down the highway, and ripe for great fun all the time.
  11:37am Carmichael:

Hopefully Doug, you'll end up with either Phil Ochs or Maddy Prior.
  11:38am Van in Dallas:

I'm guessing it's not going to be Mike & Sally Oldfield
  11:39am Artie:

Le Pétomane?!?
  11:40am Doug Schulkind:

I adore Phil, but did he sing with Sunny? You KNOW I love Maddy, but did she perform with a brother? Nope, not Oldfiields.
  11:41am fishmonkeystew:

The Osmands? :D
  11:41am Doug Schulkind:

fishmonkeystew, you are thisclose... (Wish I had thought of them.)
  11:42am still b/p:

Vernon and Irene Castle will dance?
  11:42am Artie:

Donnie & Marie?
  11:42am Doug Schulkind:

still b/p: Big Smile
  11:43am Van in Dallas:

oooh the suspense
  11:43am Carmichael:

Phil never sang with his sister professionally. Maddy played with Tim Hart, June Tabor and some great stuff with Martin Carthy.
  11:43am Brian in UK:

Hello sensation seekers, have you seen this, Doug?
  11:44am listener james from westwood:

howdy trish and carmichael!
  11:44am Carmichael:

Hey James.
  11:45am trish:

  11:45am Brian in UK:

Barbara & Huey Lewis?
  11:45am Carmichael:

Whitey & Warner Herzog?
  11:46am Alex in Illinois:

How about Samy y Sandra Sandoval? Hermano y Hermana de Panama!
  11:46am Van in Dallas:

Love Maddy as well. As for Sally Oldfield, I really liked some of her single albums, but much preferred Maggie Reilly singing with Mike Oldfield.
  11:47am still b/p:

Cornelius Brothers and Sister Rose!
  11:47am Brian in UK:

Doug, when is that talkover programme coming?
  11:47am Van in Dallas:

Wow, thanks Brian! Just checked your linkie out!
  11:50am Doug Schulkind:

Brian in UK, I did one not too long ago.
  11:52am Brian in UK:

Give us a clue s'il tu plait, if I may be so bold.
  11:53am Doug Schulkind:

Brian in UK, I did a talkover show on 27 September:
  11:54am still b/p:

Sharon King & Daptones in town last night, regretted not having time to go. Also was enthusiastic about just $20 a ticket.
  11:56am Brian in UK:

Thanks, will check it in.
  11:58am northguineahills:

Always great to catch Doug live. Cheers!
  11:59am Brian in UK:

ngh we've got a Phil Ochs quorum now.
  12:01pm Doug Schulkind:

Glad you checkedin, northguineahills! Have a great weekend.

  12:01pm Van in Dallas:

Wonder where I was that day? I'll check it out too :) Again thanks Brian in UK. Love Sandy Denny. Look forward to hearing Thea. None other than Kate Bush mentioned Sandy in "Blow Away".

Thanks for a great show Doug!
  12:03pm northguineahills:

@ Brian in UK, I'm pretty sure there are more of us. If I haven't said it before, the Phil Ochs bio that came out last year is available to stream on Netflix.
  12:04pm listener james from westwood:

excellent sounds this morning, doug! have a safer weekend, all, and power to the people, electrical or otherwise!
  12:04pm Doug Schulkind:

Eternal cheers to you, LJFW!
  12:05pm Brian in UK:

That's great. There's plans for Netflix to come over here next year. The DVD is Region 1 only. BAH.
Netflix recently lost 800,000 customers, careless.
  11:08pm Bec:

Such a great show this one was Doug, and still is.
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