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November 2, 2007 Options
"May there be peace and love and perfection
throughout all creation, oh God"
(John Coltrane)
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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)





Ouza
et les 4 Femmes
Dans le Vent 


Yobalema
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  Options
Mbaana
(MAG 1977)
Thomas Mapfumo & the Acid Band  Hokoyo   Options Hokoyo!
(Gramma 1976)
Souley Kanté  Bi Magni   Options




Bi Magni

(ML )
Sir Victor Uwaifo  Joromi / Monkey Yanga   Options Greatest Hits, Volume 1
(Premier )
22 Band  Kanaworebe   Options Venez Voir!!
(Syliphone 1980`)

Talkover Music:
The Steps 
Babendi Bendi   Options Krontjong Warna-Warni
(Time Stereo 1960s)

Eric Dolphy 

The Madrig Speaks,
The Panther Walks
(aka Mandrake)
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  Options
Last Date
(Fontana 1964)
Roland Kirk  Fall Out   Options Now Please Don't You Cry, Beautiful Edith
(Verve 1967)
Peter Lemer Quintet  Frowville   Options Local Colour
(ESP 1966)
The Young Lions
(Lee Morgan, Wayne Shorter, Frank Strozier, Bobby Timmons, Bob Cranshaw, Louis Hayes) 
That's Right   Options The Young Lions
(Vee-Jay 1960)


(click)
 
Peace   Options In Florenece 1981
(Frame 1981)

Talkover Music:
Joe Henderson 
Water   Options The Elements
(Milestone 1973)

Roscoe Holcomb 

Little Bessie
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  Options
The High Lonesome Sound
(Smithsonian/Folkways )
Tom Brosseau  Amory   Options



Cavalier

(Fat Cat 2007)


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It Hurts Me Too   Options Cotton Eyed Joe
(Megaphone 1962)
Mike Cooper  In the Mourning   Options Trout Steel
(Dawn 1970)
Henry Flynt & the Insurrections  I Don't Wanna   Options I Don't Wanna
(Locust 1966)
Smilin' Billy Blinkhorn  The Mail Man's Warning   Options



Bushland Yodel

(Cattle Compact 1940)
Merl Lindsay  Blue Mary   Options Merl Lindsay & His Oklahoma Nite Riders
(Krazy Kat early 1950s)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 11/2/07 9:19am Parq:

Mornin', Doug. What was Lincoln for Halloween?
  Fri. 11/2/07 9:24am Doug:

Reprising the costume she wore as a 3-month-old (though not the same outfit) she was a devil.
  Fri. 11/2/07 9:39am Pamela:

Where in the world are we going next? From Africa to...
  Fri. 11/2/07 9:41am Pamela:

Doug, speaking of Zimbabwe, I ran across this site fairly recently: http://bob.co.za/index.htm . Funny in a sad sad way. I lived in Zimbabwe in 1989 and it was such a wonderful place then.
  Fri. 11/2/07 9:46am Doug:

Chilling.
  Fri. 11/2/07 9:51am Pamela:

Did you go inside the site? It's NOT really his site.
  Fri. 11/2/07 10:02am Doug:

Not sure what to make of that site. (No, I hadn't gone past the opening page.) None of the criticisms of Mugabe seem to be concerned with his true crimes. It seems to be a kind of parody of Mugabe as a black doofus and not a cruel and vindictive tyrant. The origin of the website is South Africa and I suspect that it is more coming from the racist white perspective of the old Rhodesian ruling class. (This is all based on a 10 second peek whilst I'm trying to cue records, of course!)
  Fri. 11/2/07 10:08am Pamela:

I saw it as effective belittling of a tyrant, and comparing him with other tyrants thus putting him in context. It's just one way to speak out against him - a half serious way.
  Fri. 11/2/07 10:32am pat:

man, Roscoe has a great voice...
  Fri. 11/2/07 10:35am paul b:

Pamela, I think Doug's right I'm afraid - at a quick glance it looks to pretty homophobic too.
  Fri. 11/2/07 10:38am Scratch Cracker:

Saw Brosseau at SXSW in Austin at a church, really great!
  Fri. 11/2/07 10:42am Paul Sherratt:

In the new tradition of having top UK and Ireland gigs mentioned on New Jersey radio stations ... here are fine Tom Brosseau's dates for early December :
Sun 2-Dec-07 UK Nottingham Social
Tue 4-Dec-07 UK Brighton Red Roaster
Wed 5-Dec-07 UK London Luminaire
Thu 6-Dec-07 UK Coventry Tin Angel
Fri 7-Dec-07 UK Reading South St Arts Centre
Sat 8-Dec-07 UK Manchester Night & Day
Sun 9-Dec-07 Ireland Belfast Auntie Annies
Mon 10-Dec-07 Ireland Galway Rosin Dubh
Tue 11-Dec-07 Ireland Cork The Whiskey

Wed 12-Dec-07 ireland Dublin Crawdaddy
  Fri. 11/2/07 10:44am Paul Sherratt:

Ahem .. The above should have read " The top US radio station "
  Fri. 11/2/07 10:48am jonathan:

hey doug.
that henry flynt song is amazing!
  Fri. 11/2/07 10:50am Philip Russo:

Hi, Doug! Love listening to the show on the Internet. Unemployment sure has its benefits!
  Fri. 11/2/07 10:50am Dedalus:

Nice. I might look further into that Dublin Crawdaddy gig. For a night out if nothing else. He sounded very similar to Fionn Regan. Anyway, about to finish me shift. Thanks again Doug. See ya next week!.
  Fri. 11/2/07 10:50am Philip Russo:

BTW, they didn't tell me there would be math on this test.
  Fri. 11/2/07 11:03am josh:

what did doug say was one of the best records of all time (from that last set)?
  Fri. 11/2/07 11:06am Doug:

Josh, I made that remark about "Trout Steel" by Mike Cooper.
  Fri. 11/2/07 11:53am g:

holy shnap! I went to Friends Select school back in the day. Way to go to the ol' alma mater for teaching Coltrane! God bless the quakers!
  Fri. 11/2/07 12:00pm Greg from DC:

Doug, thanks so much for broadcasting this show. It has been a rare treat. Please let the listeners know if CDs will ever become available. There's not much info on artistowned.com
  Fri. 11/2/07 12:06pm north guinea hills:

thanks for such a beautiful and enriching presentation of this doc on john coltrane's life!
  Fri. 11/2/07 1:22pm Trish:

Really enjoyed the Coltrane doc. I also appreciated hearing it as a 5-part broadcast, too. Thanks, Doug.
  Sat. 11/3/07 1:22pm Lenny:

I love that selection that you played bty Eric Dolphy...please play more of him...."pretty please'!/LennyGodbless
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