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November 16, 2007 Options
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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)

Eddie Hinton 

Watch Dog
(Listen: )
Hard Luck Guy
(Capricorn ca. 1978)
Duster Bennett  Jumping at Shadows   Options

The Complete Blue Horizon

(Blue Horizon 1968)
Boogie Bill Webb  44 Blues   Options Drinkin' and Stinkin'
(Flying Fish 1989)
T-Model Ford  Junk   Options She Ain't None of Your'n
(Fat Possum 2000)

Ten Steps of a Broken Heart   Options Cool Truth
(Solidarity 1985)

Talkover Music:
Earl Hooker 
Improvisations on Dust My Broom   Options The Moon Is Rising
(Arhoolie 1969)

Tambores de San Juan 

(Listen: )
Venezuela: Songs and Drums
of the Black Brotherhoods

(Ocora 1993)
Quarteto Candelaria  Ay Ki Redasi   Options Riba Dempel:
Popular Dance Music of Curaçao

(Otrabanda 1950)
Sexteto Monasitos di Benkos  Adios Mujer (Un piano Te Traigo)   Options Palenque de San Basilio
(Ocora 2003)
Conrad Castillo (lead singer)  Garifuna Nuguya   Options Garifuna Music:
Field Recordings From Belize
(Arc 2004)
Augusto Santos  Si Me la Dan la Cojo   Options

Bachata Roja:
Acoustic Bachata
From the Cabaret Era

(¡Aso )
Los Hijos del Sol  Cariñito   Options The Roots of Chicha:
Psychedelic Cumbias From Peru
(Barbès 1978)

Talkover Music:
Marc Ribot 
Como Se Goza en el Barrio   Options Marc Ribot y los Cubanos Postizos
(Warner Bros. 1998)

Joe Harriott 

Out of Nowhere
(Listen: )
Killer Joe!
(Giant Steps 1954)

Fump   Options Drum Suite
(Epic 1962)
Brötzmann & Miller  Swimming Pool   Options Brötzmann & Miller
(Corbett vs. Dempsey 1980)
Philip Cohran & the Artistic Heritage Ensemble  New Frankiphone Blues   Options Singles
(Midday late 1960s)
Sun Ra  Spontaneous Simplicity   Options Disco 3000
(Art Yard 1978)

Talkover Music:
Clifford Coulter 
Big Fat Funky Shirley   Options East Side San Jose
(Impulse! 1970)

Ismaïla Lô 

Woudje Yaye
(Listen: )
Gor Sayina
(Syllart 1981)
Dar Es Salaam Jazz Band  Mpenzi Usemayo   Options Zanzibara 3
(Buda Musique 1960s)
Simon Chimbetu (Marxist Brothers)  Musoro Wachena   Options


(Dalp 1989)
Gérard Levecque & Claude Romat  Grey Pepper   Options Africadelic's the Name
(Montparnasse 2000 )
Monomono  Ipade Aladun   Options The Dawn of Awareness
(Capitol 1974)

Talkover Music:
DJ Food 
Dub Lion (Remake)   Options Stop and Listen Volume 1
(BBE 1994)

Howlin' Wolf 

Tail Dragger
(Listen: )
This Is Howlin' Wolf's New Album...
(Cadet 1969)
Dr. John  Black Widow Spider   Options Babylon
(Atco 1969)

A Sad Shade of Blue   Options The Lost Soul Man
(Aim 1972)
Willie & West  Attica Massacre   Options Black Gold: Sought After Soul
(Outta Sight 1971)
Snooky & the Cosmic Flowers  Hearing Things   Options Golden State Funk:
Impossibly Rare Funk From the Bay Area
(BGP )
Maurice McKinnies & the Soul Champions  Sock-A-Poo-Poo (pts 1 & 2)   Options Sock It to 'Em J.B.
(Body & Soul 1969)

Talkover Music:
The Whitefield Brothers 
Thunderbird   Options In the Raw
(Soul Fire 2002)

Geraldo Vandré 

Hora de Lutar
(Listen: )
Hora de Lutar
(Disco Lar 1965)
Olivia Byington  Luz do Tango   Options

Corra o Risco

(Continental 1978)
Quarteto em Cy  Tudo Que Vocé Podia Ser   Options Gilles Peterson in Brazil
(Ether )
BiD feat. Seu Jorge  E Depois   Options Brazilectro: Latin Flavored Club Tunes,
Session 7

(SPV )

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 11/16/07 9:17am pat:

sounds damn good already
  Fri. 11/16/07 9:17am Paul Sherratt:

Peter Thompson, proprietor of Zane Records in the UK and custodian of most of the wonderful Eddie Hinton's catalogue, did once suggest that Eddie came over here to tour. Eddie politely declined , possibly for medicinal reasons... That's one of the few 'regrets' I've had in music in the past twenty years, not seeing the late great man perform.
  Fri. 11/16/07 9:17am Bll:

Blues on a cold, gray November morning. Perfect.
  Fri. 11/16/07 9:19am jonathan:

t-model ford!
  Fri. 11/16/07 9:21am pat:

Now why didn't I know Lil' Howlin' Wolf was coming up?... Perfect.
  Fri. 11/16/07 9:27am Doug:

Good morning y'all!
Paul, Peter Thompson's efforts on behalf of Eddie Hinton's legacy (his label has reissued his back catalog and quite a few crucial never-before-released performances) is nothing short of heroic.
  Fri. 11/16/07 9:33am Hugo:

Duster Bennett, yes! I remember this tune from way back when (late 60s most likely), called "It's a Man Down There". Could have been a single. Sounded like a Jimmy Reed cover ...
  Fri. 11/16/07 9:49am Hatch:

Does someone do an English-language cover of this Los Hijos song? I swear I know a song with the exact same melody, but I can't figure out what it is and it's driving me crazy.
  Fri. 11/16/07 10:03am Doug:

Hatch, I could've sworn I was hearing strains of a Mexican folk tune in that track, one with a slight melodic connection to the tune that was appropriated as the Frito Bandito commercial theme.
  Fri. 11/16/07 10:03am Hugo:

You can't go wrong with Joe Harriott. That comp is basically 50s material, I take it?
  Fri. 11/16/07 10:08am Doug:

Yes, all the performances captured on this 2-CD collection occurred between '54 and '56.
  Fri. 11/16/07 10:09am Hugo:

Miller as in Harry Miller? Never heard of that one before.
  Fri. 11/16/07 10:18am Doug:

Yes, it is Harry Miller. Supposedly, this is the only known performance with Brotzmann and Miller. Looky here:
  Fri. 11/16/07 11:20am Cheri:

Thank you for playing the blues. Ken refuses to play the blues.
  Fri. 11/16/07 11:27am Paul Sherratt:

This Geater Davis NEVER fails to hit that spot.
  Fri. 11/16/07 11:31am Doug:

Cheri, Ken won't play show tunes either. For shame.
  Fri. 11/16/07 11:32am Sean Padilla:

"Attica Massacre" is the crunkest song I've heard all week.
  Fri. 11/16/07 11:34am Paul Sherratt:

Geater Davis was a big favourite of legendary DJ, John R.
  Sun. 11/18/07 7:09pm Tom Golz:

Here in Chicago I catch this show through archives. Glad to see Duster Bennett on the playlist today. "Justa Duster" is one of my 10 desert island albums. It took British blues players to turn my head around to people playing right here in town. Go figure. Thanks.
  Thu. 11/22/07 10:56pm rob:

Dear Doug and Tom, I would like more Prophets in my own (borrowed) country! Let us Brits have your Boomerang versions of Real Brittannia music. Duster Bennett is NEW! to me , who Knows Naught except the joy of pure Americana. Thurs 3.53am
  Mon. 11/26/07 12:01am Doug:

Duster is indeed a revelation. Apparently, he died in an auto crash whilst taking a rather poorly timed nap. He was returning home after performing in concert with the exalted Memphis Slim. He died young, but, one imagines, he died on top of the world.
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