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September 14, 2007 Options
Behold the warm wisdom of Cal Massey
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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)

Lupo el Fantastico 

Corazon Salvage
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Lupo el Fantastico
(Cotique 1969)
Ismael Miranda con Orchestra Harlow  Señor Sereno   Options


(Fania 1972)
Frankie Dante & His Orchestra Flamboyan  Jerico   Options Los Salseros de Acero
(Cotique 1976)
El Gran Combo  Todavia   Options Happy Days
(Combo 1981)
La Lupe y Tito Puente  La Lloradora   Options La Pareja
(Tico 1978)

Talkover Music:
Joe Claussell & Kerri Chandler 
Escravos de Jo   Options Copa Mundial Muzique
(Guidance 1998)


Rough, Rugged Road Blues
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Paramount Masters
(JSP 1931)
Mooch Richardson  T&T Blues   Options Country Blues Collector's Items
(Document 1928)
Luke Jordan  My Gal's Done Quit Me   Options Virginia Traditions:
Western Piedmont Blues
(Global Village 1929)
Lightning Hopkins  Life I Used to Live (Gonna Change My Ways)   Options Lightnin' and the Blues
(Herald 1954)
J.B. Lenoir  I Lost My Baby   Options

The Parrot Sessions

(Relic 1954)
Big Bill Broonzy  Bright Eyes   Options Rockin' in Chicago
(Rev-Ola )

Talkover Music:
Oliver Sain 
Night Time   Options St. Louis Breakdown
(AVI early 1970s)

T Texas Tyler 

Wrong Side of Town
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"T" Texas Tyler
(Collector )
Tiny Colbert  Stand in Line and Take Your Turn   Options Lone Star Stomp:
Texas Dance Hall Music,
Volume 2

(Krazy Kat 1949)
Fairley Holden & His Six Ice-Cold Papas  Keep Them Cold Icy Fingers
off of Me   Options
Roots and Rumors:
The Roots of Elvis, Volume 2
(Rev-Ola 1947)

Hal Lone Pine
& Betty Cody
No Heart at All   Options On the Trail of the Lonesome Pine
(Bear Family 1953)
Carl Belew & His Rock Crushers  A-Cryin' and A-Hurtin'   Options Country Hicks Volumes 4 & 5
(Barklog 1956)
Moon Mullican  Grandpa Stole My Baby   Options Seven Nights to Rock
(Ace 1950)

Talkover Music:
Bud Isaacs 
By the Waters of the Minnetonka   Options Bud's Bounce
(Bear Family 1954)

Stan Kenton 

Fuego Cubano
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Cuban Fire!
(Capitol 1956)
Lonnie Smith  See Saw   Options Turning Point
(Blue Note 1968)
Cal Massey  Bakai   Options Blues to Coltrane
(Candid 1961)
Alan Shorter  Rapids   Options Orgasm
(Verve 1968)
Albert Ayler Quartet  No Name   Options

The Hilversum

(ESP 1964)

Talkover Music:
Sonny Simmons 
Cosmic Funk   Options Jewels
(Boxholder 1991)

Baiano & Os Novos Caetanos 

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Baiano & Os Novos Caetanos 2
(Som Livre 1975)

do Império
Na Beira Do Mar   Options Jorginho do Imperio
(Polydor 1975)
Martinho da Vila  Menina-Moça   Options Memórias de Um Sargento de Milícias
(RCA 1971)
Jorge Mautner  Salto no Escuro   Options Jorge Mautner
(Polydor 1974)
Tim Maia  Lamento   Options Tim Maia
(Polydor 1972)
Olodum  Olodum Florente na Natureza   Options Egito Madagáscar
(Continental 1987)

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


Mister President
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Free Your Mind
(Now-Again 1973)
Bubbha Thomas & the Lightmen  Herbs (Of Life)   Options

Country Fried Chicken

(Lightnin' Records 1975)
Bobby Williams  Portrait of My Stepfather   Options Anybody Can Be a Nobody
(R&R 1976)
Marva Whitney  Soulsisters (Of the World Unite)   Options I Am What I Am
(Freestyle/Shout 2006)

Stay With Me   Options Stay With Me: The Best of Lorraine Ellison
(Ichiban 1970)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 9/14/07 9:25am Wes:

Buenos dias. Just had a delicious Mexican feast earlier this week at my local cantina, complete with jumbo texas margarita to wash it all down. (sadly they had no monster texas margarita) Unfortunately, they had terrible country karaoke instead of GOOD music like this. I sat outside.
  Fri. 9/14/07 9:36am Frank:

Wonderful, as usual. Anyway to play something, anything from Perez Prado???

Love that Bumblin' bee! buzz me up!
  Fri. 9/14/07 9:39am Pamela:

Mornin' from DC. Got any good fiddlin' music?
  Fri. 9/14/07 9:39am pat:

from DC too, I think we're on the right track right now. Keep the resonator guitars coming...
  Fri. 9/14/07 9:47am ?:

kudos from barcelona, spain
  Fri. 9/14/07 9:48am Paul Sherratt:

A Lightnin' strike !
  Fri. 9/14/07 9:52am Paul Sherratt:

" ? " from Barcelona .. leave some cds in that Discos & Baladas store for me ...
  Fri. 9/14/07 10:00am krex:

mmm cooooooooooookies
  Fri. 9/14/07 10:02am Scott:

If not for teh internets, I wouldn't have WFMU. I discovered it one day while sitting in the parking lot of a donut shoppe. And thats the only place on Long Island where WFMU comes in.
  Fri. 9/14/07 10:03am Frank:

Good morning from Charleston, SC, shrimp'n grits for breafast anyone?
  Fri. 9/14/07 10:05am Matt:

Shrimp and grits would be great now....sounds like it would be really good for a hangover.
  Fri. 9/14/07 10:07am holly:

hey doug
listen live every friday
the best day of the week
holly from hamburg
  Fri. 9/14/07 10:13am Pamela:

I'll take the grits... mmmm... would love some. Shrimp I could leave behind.
  Fri. 9/14/07 10:14am Doug:

Pass the green sauce and I'm in!
  Fri. 9/14/07 10:17am Wes:

Catfish and scrambled eggs isn't bad, either, or smoked salmon and eggs. I tell you what, the Rock Crushers had a fantastic sound, loving that tone! Really digging this set, daddy-o.
  Fri. 9/14/07 10:20am david harrold:

Very well said regarding your impromptu commentary re: On Demand, its lifestyle which is the custom, And the affirmation for everything GREAT at wfmu __ like the advice about the random archive generator. I'm still getting to know my way around here. I believe it's only been about 4 days but I've been just diggin it to the virtual addiction. This is the best I've ever known. THANKS HEAPS from dave in new zealand [Amer. ex pat]
  Fri. 9/14/07 10:27am Doug:

Hey David! Welcome to WFMU, where expectations get lovingly confounded. Glad to know you're now lost with the rest of us...
  Fri. 9/14/07 10:34am pat:

huevos rancheros, black beans, rice, hot tortillas, shot of tequila, and a Tecate...
  Fri. 9/14/07 10:43am Paul Sherratt:

Huevos Rancheros .. haven't heard them in a while !
  Fri. 9/14/07 10:48am Doug:

There's an unassuming burrito joint in El Cerrito that almost had me moving to Cali a few years back. How come no one seems to get the tortilla just right in New York? (I guess it's like expecting a halfway decent bagel anywhere else.) Sigh.
  Fri. 9/14/07 10:52am ?:

try an spanish breakfast: spanish tortilla (potato omelette) plus coffee or beer, depending on your risk tendency...
  Fri. 9/14/07 10:52am Paul:

Groovy drumbeat.
  Fri. 9/14/07 10:53am Paul Sherratt:

Cough ... !


Down Home Music Store, 10341 San Pablo Ave, El Cerrito.

Arhoolie !
  Fri. 9/14/07 10:57am gary:

well that nails it, i'm off to get a pile of tacos after the set's over. Also really enjoyed that number by Carl Belew & His Rock Crushers. Bit more info on his early discography here:
  Fri. 9/14/07 10:58am dave in vermont:

Albert Ayler deserves more air play all over the world.
  Fri. 9/14/07 10:58am pat:

10-4 on the bagel comment, Doug--you CANNOT get a decent bagel in DC.
  Fri. 9/14/07 11:01am north guinea hills:

Paul, try grand morrelos on grand and graham in williamsburg, or castros on myrtle near classon in clinto hill, the only mexican worth mentioning in nyc
  Fri. 9/14/07 11:37am Pamela:

For the DC/VA crowd, I found good Mexican, in of all places, Strasbourg (Rt 55). Christina's Mexican Restaurant. Mostly the specials. And beautiful patio seating area - tons of plants/flowers.
  Fri. 9/14/07 11:41am Bob DuCharme:

Cal Massey is certainly my pleasant surprise of the day. And it looks like has that album!
  Fri. 9/14/07 11:44am Sean Padilla:

This is the first time I've heard "Portrait of My Stepfather," and I'm holding back tears because of the memories that it brings back of my OWN childhood. This is seriously one of the greatest soul songs I've ever heard, and I'm going to track this album down IMMEDIATELY.
  Fri. 9/14/07 11:46am Doug:

Cal Massey: Highly, highly recommended. Highly.
  Fri. 9/14/07 11:50am Doug:

Go here for a download of the record:
  Fri. 9/14/07 11:50am Wes:

Last time I was in NYC I had Mexican at a place in Spanish Harlem, fairly upscale, very spicy, quite good. Very little english spoken.
  Fri. 9/14/07 11:53am Bill:

Lorraine Ellison - wow
  Fri. 9/14/07 12:25pm Hugo:

Greetings from Belgrade, Serbia - from your intrepid correspondent - on the road again (from Bergen to Belgrade and back again). Shall dip into the archives upon return ...
  Fri. 9/14/07 1:52pm JLB:

question about the show that i didn't get to ask earlier...i thought i heard you announce a song by Kelly shay hicks but i don't see it on the playlist...? and also, there was a fantastic funk instrumental tune that followed the hicks tune...what was that?
  Fri. 9/14/07 2:27pm Doug:

JLB, that Kelli Shay Hicks song was not actually part of this morning's show. I was asked to go on a bit early to fill in for the previous shift. The last track I played before starting this show was Kelli Shay Hicks's "Cash and Carry" from her new record "Buck Again." To hear that tune, you can go to the archive of my 6/2/06 show (here it is: The funk instrumental is the opening theme of Give the Drummer Some: "Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues" by Sarah Webster Fabio. (See the very first entry at the top of this playlist page.)
  Fri. 9/14/07 2:31pm JLB:

thanks for the info doug. very helpful indeed.
  Fri. 9/14/07 3:48pm Skylar:

Bumble Bee Slim, Mooch Richardson,  Luke Jordan, Lightning Hopkins, J.B. Lenoir,  Big Bill Broonzy.

Thank you Doug great set.
  Fri. 9/14/07 10:40pm Doug:

Hi Sky, as I've always said, it's better to come late to Mooch Richardson than not come at all. Mooch Lives!
  Mon. 9/17/07 9:01am eric:

Who played "I be cold"?
  Mon. 9/17/07 11:45am Doug:

Eric, "I Be Cold" was by Yusef Lateef off his amazing live Atlantic record "10 Years Hence." (I didn't add that track to my playlist because it didn't fall officially on my show. I was asked to jump in a bit early to help fill in for the previous slot.) Sorry for the confusion.
  Mon. 9/17/07 6:15pm Rob:

No more filling in either side of your slot please. My stereo cornucopias are stuffed full of juicy tidbits already.
  Mon. 9/17/07 10:29pm Doug:

Rob, I hear you. Horns of plenty, indeed!
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