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August 31, 2007 Options
Suckling at the teet of God's bosom
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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)

Smoky Harrison 

Iggly Oggly Blues
(Listen: )
Paramount Rare Blues
(Document 1929)
Macon Ed & Tampa Joe  Tantalizing Bootblack   Options Georgia String Bands
(Story of Blues 1930)

Love Changing Blues   Options Pig 'n Whistle Red
(Biograph 1949)
Calvin Frazier  This Old World's in a Tangle   Options Detroit Blues
(JSP 1938)
Howling Wolf  Color and Kind   Options Memphis Days:
The Definitive Edition, Volume 1
(Bear Family 1952)
Mae Mercer  Sweet Little Angel   Options

Atlas Blues Explosion

(Empire Musicwerks 1965)

Talkover Music:
Bee Houston 
Blues for Rupez   Options The Hustler
(Arhoolie 1968)

Junior Wells 

Lord Lord
(Listen: )
Blues Hit Big Town
(Delmark 1953)
Bill Jennings  You Came a Long Way From St. Louis   Options Stompin' WIth Bill
(Collectibles )

My Man Called Me   Options The Peacock Recordings
(MCA 1957)
Jesse Allen  I'm Suffering   Options

Little Walkin' Willie
Meets Jesse Allen

(Official 1951)
Leon Tarver  Somebody Help Me   Options Stompin' 13
(Stompin' 1956)

Talkover Music:
Jackie Mittoo 
Death Trap   Options Champion in the Arena 1976-1977
(Blood and Fire 1977)

Ray Barretto 

Vive y Vacila
(Listen: )
(Fania 1972)
Colombiafrica - The Mystic Orchestra  Sambangola/Tres Golpes Na' Mas   Options Voodoo Funk Inna Champeta Land
(World Music Network 2007)

[no title given]   Options CDR
([not sure] )
Western Jazz Band  Balaa Limeni Andama   Options Vigelegele
(RCA/Victor 1973)
Osibisa  Kokoroko   Options Paris Theatre, London (unreleased)
(Recorded via BBC broadcast 1927)

Talkover Music:
Megaton   Options Afro-Rock
(De Wolfe 1971)

The Carter Family 

When the World's on Fire
(Listen: )
In the Shadow of Clinch Mountain
(Bear Family 1930)
Louvin Brothers  Alabama   Options Close Harmony
(Bear Family 1947)
Jim & Don  What Is Life Lived Alone   Options

Tarheel Swing

(Krazy Kat 1952)
Hugh & Karl Farr  Kilocycle Stomp   Options Hot 'n' Bluesy
(Country Routes )
Porky Freeman  Than Suffer Jealousy   Options The Boogie Woogie Boy
(Cattle Compact 1940s)

Talkover Music:
Bud Isaacs 
Waltz of the Ozarks   Options Bud's Bounce
(Bear Family )


(Listen: )
All Die Weil Ich Mag
(Bear Family 1973)

Sir Richard's Song   Options Wake the Vaulted Echoes
(Free Reed 1986)
Rick Hayward  Light in the Sky   Options Rick Hayward
(Sunbeam 1971)
Townes Van Zandt  My Proud Mountains   Options Our Mother the Mountain
(Tomato/Fat Possum 1969)
Richard and Linda Thompson  Has He Got a Friend for Me   Options I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight
(Island 1974)
Shana Barry  Oh Lalena   Options Overdreaming
(Shana Barry 2004)

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

Asha Bhosle 

Kaanp Rahi Main
(Listen: )
Joshila (Soundtrack)
(Polydor 1973)
Beat Boys  Tora de Morangos   Options Beat Boys
(RCA/Victor 1968)
Prudy  Pod So Mnou   Options

Zvonte Zvonky

(Pavian 1968)
Fanfare Ciocarlia  Doina Si Cîntec   Options Baro Biao
(Piranha 1999)

Talkover Music:
Gwigwi's Band 
Nyusamkhaya   Options Kwela
(77 )

The Masqueraders

I Got It
(Listen: )
(Grapevine 1968)
Esther Phillips  Home Is Where the Hatred Is   Options Soul Sides, Volume 2
(Zealous 1971)
Chubby Checker  Ballade of Jimi   Options

Ballade of Jimi

(UM 1971)
African People  Moovin' On   Options Stop Pushing
(Polydor 1973)
The Whole Darn Family  You Know That You Lied   Options Has Arrived
(Soul International 1976)
Barney Wilen & His Amazing Free Rock Band  Ode to Billie Joe   Options Dear Prof. Leary
(MPS 1968)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 8/31/07 9:10am north guinea hills:

Lincoln isn't here this morning? That's it, I'm turning the dial! (does this contraption have a dial?)
  Fri. 8/31/07 9:13am Parq:

Your girl was on with you last week? Aw man, what I get for sleeping late on my day off. Just have to hit the archives. The trouble with the archives is, I'm almost always just as interested with whatever's going out over the live stream. Ah, an embarrassment of weath . . .
  Fri. 8/31/07 9:19am north guinea hills:

i still have my friend's loy and jim's shows backlogged from last week for exactly the same problem, parq
  Fri. 8/31/07 9:34am Doug:

Man was it a party. Got stinkin drunk and let the kid run the show. Woo-hoo!
  Fri. 8/31/07 9:39am Bad Ronald:

Doug, you're a man after my own heart.
  Fri. 8/31/07 9:43am Doug:

Well I might be after your liver, too, if this keeps up.
  Fri. 8/31/07 9:46am Bad Ronald:

get in line...
  Fri. 8/31/07 9:49am Parq:

Okay, okay, I'll listen to the archive tomorrow. But wait. Tomorrow's the day that guy from "Tapes from Africa" is doing the Listener Hour. And Michael Shelley has the drummer from the Crickets. And Rex comes back from vacation with his latest scorched meat report. And . . . And . . . Aw gee, see what I mean?
  Fri. 8/31/07 10:14am lydia:

  Fri. 8/31/07 10:25am Paul Sherratt:

Re: Osibisa, I suspect that you were right first time !

Over here in the UK we're indulging in quite a bit of Diana Remembrancing but significantly less for Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan ...
  Fri. 8/31/07 10:33am Hugo:

Carter Family and the Louvin Brothers! What next, the Blue Sky Boys?

There was a good Osibisa track off this live double from the Mar Y Sol festival. It's in the old vinyl stack. And then there was Assagai!
  Fri. 8/31/07 10:34am Paul Sherratt:

It's just 10 years since they both died, I should add.
  Fri. 8/31/07 10:35am Bad Ronald:

Breakout the moonshine!
  Fri. 8/31/07 10:44am north guinea hills:

your ramblings on god's bossom, that's taut!
  Fri. 8/31/07 10:45am holland oats:

...that's the fun of it!
  Fri. 8/31/07 10:49am Doug:

Sure, I'd play the Blue Sky Boys, but I'm awaiting their Bear Family set, which, a little bird tells me, has got my name on it. Tweet tweet!
  Fri. 8/31/07 10:56am Paul Sherratt:

More Bear tasting !
  Fri. 8/31/07 10:56am Hugo:

You won't wait in vain, I'm sure. Happy to announce a musical specimen of the Gardens of Harlem has arrived as well as the final, final, final O. thing. Ya know whaddamean.
  Fri. 8/31/07 10:57am Vivian:

The Peter Bellamy song reminds me of John Irving's Cider House Rules. Doesn't the doctor of the orphanage tell the boys before bedtime 'Goodnight you princes and kings of...'? Or am I losing my mind?
  Fri. 8/31/07 10:57am sarah kelder:

great Song!
  Fri. 8/31/07 10:58am north guinea hills:

mmmmm....bear tasting w/ scott. maybe some fine kodiak this afternoon
  Fri. 8/31/07 11:05am Doug:

Actually, here's what they're really gonna be drankin'
  Fri. 8/31/07 11:10am Hugo:

Nothing beats a Paulaner Hefeweizen, imho. A Pilsener Urquell ain't bad either. And there's always the San Miguel for those trips to Spain. And there's the Slivovitz, but that's another story (for next week or so - Balkan journey coming up). Aye, on the road again ...
  Fri. 8/31/07 11:48am north guinea hills:

thanks for the chubby psyche link!
  Mon. 9/17/07 3:20pm Eric:


Did you play a song "Nobody loves me like the devil"? Who sings it?
  Mon. 9/17/07 3:37pm Doug:

That one doesn't ring a bell, Eric.
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