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December 14, 2007 Options
This program has been pleased to make the acquaintance of Smokey.
And his sister
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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)

Thongmark Leacha 

Sorn Look Sao
(Teaching the Daughter)
(Listen: )
Molam: Thai Country Groove
From Isan, Volume 2

(Sublime Frequencies )
Meas Samoun  The Engagement   Options Camboidan Rocks, Volume 1
(Khmer Rocks )

So Ompong   Options Ariesta Birawa
(Normal 1973)
Fujio Tsuneda  My Beatles   Options Japanese Rockin' Psyche & Punk '65-71
(Columbia Japan )
Maderas de Ciprés  Lejos de Aqui   Options Andergraun Vibrations!
(Hundergrum 1972)

Talkover Music:
Jack Costanzo 
Bajo Numero Uno   Options Latin Fever
(Liberty 1958)

Juan Pages 

La Despalilladora
(Listen: )
Early Music of the North Caribbean
(Harlequin )
Unifentified  Burmese Medley   Options Courlander's Almanac:
Familiar Music in Strang Places
(Folkways 1959)
Unidentified  All Fo' You   Options

Songs of the
African Coast:
Cafe Music of Liberia

(Yarngo 1948)
The Oldtimers  Ko E Huni Mo E Mapa   Options Current Music of Tonga
(Lyrichord 1986)

Mr Mac
the Genuines
Ou Kleine Jannie   Options Mr Mac and the Genuines
(Shifty 1987)

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

Bud Deckleman 

I'm Sorry Now
(Listen: )
Memphis Honky Tonk Hillbillies
(Del Rio mid-1950s)
George Jones & the Jones Boys  World's Worst Loser   Options

Radio Jamboree 1963

(United Artists [not exactly] 1963)
Freddie Hart  Snatch and and Grab It   Options Rural Royalty
(Rev-Ola 1956)
Johnny Horton  I Don't Like I Did   Options Rural Royalty
(Rev-Ola 1956)

My Last Bottle of Wine   Options This Weary Way
(Full Light 2005)
Amy Allison  Drinkin' Thru Xmas   Options [unreleased]

Talkover Music:
Nino Rota 
The Clowns, Part 2   Options The Clowns
(Cam 1971)

Archie Shepp 

Uhuru (Dawn of
Freedom) Part 1
(Listen: )
Pitchin' Can
(America 1969)
Fred Rich  Revolutionary Rhythm   Options Volume One
(The Old Masters 1929)
Heiner Goebbels/Alfred Harth  Der Zerrissene Rock
So, Das Ist Was Wir Bruachen
Gedanken Über Die Rote Fahne   Options
Hommage/Vier Fäuste Für Hanns Eisler
(ReR 1976)
Jim Connolly and the
Gove County Philharmonic 
Satan's Square-Dancing Monkey   Options

Time Stops to

(pfMentum 2002)

Talkover Music:
John Medeski & DJ Logic 
Swamp Road   Options Organ-ized
(Windham Hill 2000)

Good Lovin' Country 

Are You Done
(Listen: )
Kelp Monthly #27
(Kelp! Monthly 2007)
Linda Rich  Sunlight Shadow   Options Wayfaring Strangers:
Ladies From the Canyons
(Numero 1969)

Blue Swallows   Options Forest Parade
(Self-released 2003)
Judy Henske  High Flying Bird   Options High Flying Bird
(Elektra 1964)
Curt Newbury  Maybe Summer Bells   Options Half a Month of May Days
(Fallout 1970)
Smokey and His Sister  Where There's Fire   Options Smokey and His Sister
(Sundazed 1967)

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

Billy Stewart 

Why Do I Love You So?
(Listen: )
I Do Love You
(MCA )
The Four Mints  In a Rut   Options

Gently Down
Your Stream

(Numero 1973)
Nathaniel Mayer  Where Will You Be?   Options (I Want) Love and Affection (Not the House of Correction)
(Vampisoul 1963)
Bobby Patterson  Trial of Mary Maguire   Options Soul Is My Music
(Sundazed 1969)

What You Don't Want Me to Be   Options Time and Place
(Maple ca. 1971)

Talkover Music:
9 Lazy 9 
Black Jesus   Options Paradise Blown
(Ninja Tune 1994)

Kanté Manfila & Balla Kalla 

Kankan Blues
(Listen: )
Kankan Blues
(Popular African Music 1987)
The Kalonda Band  Kasilimu Baama   Options

Zambia Roadside:
Music From Southern Province

(Sharp Wood 2002)
Humphrey Eshitool  Safari Kibosho   Options Before Benga
Volume One: Kenya Dry
(Original Music )

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 12/14/07 9:21am Parq:

Hey, Doug. That Khmer Rocks track was an ear-opener. I'd always associated that distorted electric organ sound with Africa (e.g. Fela, that guy who did the "Broken Flowers" score). I never realized it made its way to southeast Asia.
  Fri. 12/14/07 9:34am Thatcher:

Bang the gong, Doug. I can almost taste the air of the fragrant isle. You're the benchmark, as always.
  Fri. 12/14/07 9:35am Cecile:

Wow. Hi-Ho, hi-ho in Burmese. That's a new experience. Thanks for bringing it to me.
  Fri. 12/14/07 9:38am Paul Sherratt:

Yet you rarely hear strange music in familiar places
  Fri. 12/14/07 9:42am Cecile:

So very true.

I heard Television's Marquee Moon in a very straighlaced bar recently, and just about dropped my fork. Not the weirdest song ever, but the context was.
  Fri. 12/14/07 9:53am Ronald:

Hello Doug! Loving the show us usual.
  Fri. 12/14/07 9:57am pat:

yes, I was watching tv the other day and I heard a Buzzcocks song. I nearly puked.
  Fri. 12/14/07 10:00am Paul Sherratt ( UK ):

I dropped everything when working in someones house one day, I heard the glorious voice of the Rev. Claude Jeter leading The Swan Silvertones. The home owner pleaded ignorance and it turned out the sounds were coming from a the painter and decorator's radio, outside. But the mystery still remained - why is this stunning stuff being played on the clinically dull, daytime, BBC Radio 1 ?

Turned out that the regular DJ, Simon Bates ( aka Mr Bates ) was on holiday. In his place it was Whitney Houston guest presenting for the day
  Fri. 12/14/07 10:03am Cecile:

That's wonderful. What a happy coincidence, Paul!
  Fri. 12/14/07 10:04am jonathan:

last bottle of wine. what a beautiful, sad tune.
  Fri. 12/14/07 10:06am Paul Sherratt:

Oh Amy !

( Advance notice )
  Fri. 12/14/07 10:35am Cecile:

LOL! Uhuru is the real "revolutionary rhythm"
  Fri. 12/14/07 10:36am holland oats:

this revolutionary rhythm tune is great
  Fri. 12/14/07 10:41am Wes:

My co-worker is in love with some online russian chick, so he's got classic rock blasting over at his desk "give a little bit..little bit of your love to me" yeck...makes for an interesting mix of tunage though between the two of us.
  Fri. 12/14/07 10:42am holland oats:

mashup. i think that's what the kids call it.
  Fri. 12/14/07 10:43am Parq:

Ugh, Wes, there's nothing worse than being near someone who's all into sappy mainstream love songs. Okay, maybe being at Gitmo is worse, but not by much,
  Fri. 12/14/07 10:45am holland oats:

imagine the music they play at gitmo (remember waco!)
  Fri. 12/14/07 10:51am esch oder anarchie!:

  Fri. 12/14/07 10:52am Wes:

they probably play a lot of Toby Keith, if I had to guess, oats. Pure hell. (and yes, the Waco psyops were strange to say the least)
  Fri. 12/14/07 10:53am Doug:

Thanks for the phonetical assistance. Please, everyone feel free to correct/advise my pronunciations. No really.
  Fri. 12/14/07 10:54am Ted from Baltimore:

A bit belated, but what Jonathan said about Last Bottle of wine -- loveliest song I've heard in a long time. And now Amy Allison is tearing me up too. You're just putting me me through the wringer this morning, Doug. Thanks as always.
  Fri. 12/14/07 10:57am jeffrey Weyand:

It is pronounced ana-cortez with a sllightly diminished empahsis on the "tez" more of an "s" sound than hard "z". Lovely town, bTW.
  Fri. 12/14/07 11:11am Parq:

While we're all in pendant mode, "Ana" with one N is "Ah-nuh", not "Ann-uh".
  Fri. 12/14/07 11:15am holland oats:

haha! that is so true about getting really excited about a 'discovery' only to find out you were last in line...
  Fri. 12/14/07 11:15am jonathan:

i agree, doug. so great.
  Fri. 12/14/07 11:17am Marcy:

You mean pedant mode?
  Fri. 12/14/07 11:18am Doug:

Parq, I think you mean "pedant" mode. Pendant mode is when you swing from side to side.
  Fri. 12/14/07 11:20am Parq:

  Fri. 12/14/07 11:21am Doug:

Swinging from side to side? Absolutely!
  Fri. 12/14/07 11:22am Paul Sherratt:

Billy Stewart !

The cool shower at the end of a hot, sticky day ...
  Fri. 12/14/07 11:33am Paul Sherratt:

Holy Moses !

( Are you allowed to say that kind of thing ? )
  Fri. 12/14/07 11:39am Doug:

I stand behind, far behind, every word I say.
  Fri. 12/14/07 11:56am Other Doug:

Humphrey Eshitool is a lovely name.
  Fri. 12/14/07 12:17pm Doug:

Howdy friends,
Don't forget, next week I'll be playing tracks from my favorite records of the year. Looky here:
  Wed. 12/26/07 7:09pm ben wagner:

what fantastic music, i had it listen to by a lot of people here in the netherlands of holland, you are my favourite station
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