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January 15, 2010 Options
Ki sa pou-n fe?
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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)

Frankie Trumbauer & His Orchestra 

Business in Q
(Listen: )
Frankie Trumbauer & His Orchestra
(Chronological Classics 1932)
Port of Harlen Seven  After Hours Blues   Options

The Very Best of Teddy Bunn, 1937-1940
(P-Vine 1939)
Coleman Hawkins  Meet Doctor Foo   Options The Indispensible Coleman Hawkins
(Jazz Tribune 1939)
Four Vagabonds  Taking My Chance With You   Options Complete Recorded Works 1941-1951,
Volume 1
(Document 1946)
Chu Berry  Sittin' In   Options Chu Berry 1937-1941
(Chronological Classics 1938)
The Cats & the Fiddle  Gang Busters   Options Killin' Jive
(Dee Jay Jam 1939)

Heavy Sugar   Options Ram-Bunk-Shush
(Sing 1952)
Delta Rhythm Boys  Tula Tullalla   Options Guldkorn
(Metronome 1951)

Talkover Music:
Hank Garland 
Seventh and Union   Options Hank Garland & His Sugar Footers
(Bear Family 1951)

Tito Rodriguez 

Joe Lustig Mambo
(Listen: )
Mambo Madness
(Tico 1959)
Banda Kubavana  Vereda Tropical   Options La Fiestona, Volume 2
(T.H. Rodven 1954)
El Gran Combo  El Caballo Pelotero   Options

El Caballo Pelotero

(Gema 1964)
Cheo Rosario y Su Orquesta  El Vivebien del Barrio   Options Guaguanco de los Barrios
(Salsa )
Roberto y Su Nuevo Montuno  Oye tu Son Borinquen   Options El Nuevo Montuno Llegó
(Coral )
Elio Revé y Su Ritmo  Vamos a Artemisa   Options Changui
(Changüi 1982)

Talkover Music:
Tito Puente 
Four Beat Mambo   Options Puente in Percussion
(Tico 1955)


(Listen: )
b/w Love me, Love Me
(Coral 1968)
Sandra Wright  Gotta See My Baby   Options b/w We're Gonna Make It
(Coral 1969)
Lainie Hill  Time Marches On   Options b/w Ain't Worth a Dime
(New Voice 1966)
Maxine Weldon  I Think It's Going to Rain Today   Options

Chilly Wind
(Mainstream 1971)
Esther Marrow  Walk Tall   Options Newport News, Virginia
(Flying Dutchman 1971)
Baby Washington  No Time For Pity   Options The Sue Singles
(Kent 1965)
Sandra Wright  I'll See You Through
(I'll Be Your Shelter)   Options
The Broadway Sound Sessions
(Soulscape 1974)
Sandra Wright  I Come Running Back   Options The Broadway Sound Sessions
(Soulscape 1974)

Talkover Music:
Hot Music (Jazz Mix)   Options Stop and Listen, Volume 1
(BBE 1990)

Sun Ra 

(Listen: )
St. Louis Blues
(Improvising Artists Inc. 1977)
Thelonious Monk  Mood Indigo   Options Thelonious Monk Plays Duke Ellington
(Fantasy 1955)
Elmo Hope Ensemble  Kevin   Options Sounds From Rikers Island
(Fresh Sound 1963)
Ran Blake  All About Ronnie   Options Breakthru
(Improvising Artists Inc. 1976)

Marilyn Crispell
The Sunflower   Options Storyteller
(ECM 2004)
Lennie Tristano Quartet  Intuition   Options Intuition
(Proper 1949)
Matthew Shipp Trio  The New Fact   Options The Multiplication Table
(Hatology 1997)

Talkover Music:
Milt Jackson 
Olinga   Options Olinga
(CTI 1974)

Les Checkers 

(Listen: )
Harry Crié Pou Poyé
(Shango )
Orchestre Septentrional  Konbit   Options La Boule de Feu D'Haiti
(Cosept 1978)
The Black Eleven of Port-de-Paix  Haiti   Options Mové Tan
(J.G.B. 1984)
Tabou Combo  Let Me Play That Funky Music   Options L'An 10
(Rotel 1978)
Orchestre Tropicana D'Haiti  Le Negre   Options Le Negre
(Marc 1978)

(DédéSaint Prix)
Haiti   Options Mi Sé Sa
(Mango 1988)
Vaccines Petionville  Ra Ra No. 2   Options Bomba! Monitor Presents Music of the Caribbean
(Monitor )
Rodrigue Millien et Son Groupe Combite Creole  Nostalgie   Options Rejettez
(Marc )
"Atis Indepandan"  M'Anvi Chante Peyi-m   Options

Ki Sa Pou-n Fe?

(Paredon 1975)
"Atis Indepandan"  Ki Sa Pou-n Fe?   Options Ki Sa Pou-n Fe?
(Paredon 1975)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 1/15/10 9:03am annie:

  Fri. 1/15/10 9:13am annie:

sweet sweet tunes...
  Fri. 1/15/10 9:15am Drummer Some:

I rather think so. Glad you're along for the sweet ride.
  Fri. 1/15/10 9:16am texas scott:

nice opening set,Doug.
man,dig those crazy beats...
  Fri. 1/15/10 9:20am Chris:

4 vagabondz - great song. did you post them on the blog?
  Fri. 1/15/10 9:28am Hugo:

Guldkorn, indeed!
  Fri. 1/15/10 9:30am mark:

Hey, wasn't Teddy Pendergrass a drummer?
  Fri. 1/15/10 9:35am dc pat:

The only thing I remember about that documentary was the older jazz dudes dissing Ornette Coleman for Free Jazz. I thought that was pretty interesting. "How can you have Free Jazz?? Jazz is already free.."
  Fri. 1/15/10 9:45am seang:

Cravin some Cajun! Laissez Le Bon Temps Roulet!
  Fri. 1/15/10 9:47am listener rey:

Joe Lustig was a non-latino Palladium era mambo dancer. Great that the latin groups gave props to the dancers, no matter where they were from. Sadly I don't think any footage of his dancing survives. Would've loved to see his moves...
  Fri. 1/15/10 9:48am dc pat:

well it's not the ONLY thing I remember but that's the thing that sticks out in my memory...
  Fri. 1/15/10 9:49am ?:

Great latin set! Funny lyrics too. The baseball playing horse can belt the home runs but won't run the bases. When asked why, he responds " If I could run, I'd be at the racetrack!" LOL
  Fri. 1/15/10 9:54am Drummer Some:


Rey, I have been Googling for 15 minutes trying to discover who Joe Lustig was. Mil gracias!
  Fri. 1/15/10 9:55am Drummer Some:

No, the Four Vagabonds have not been posted on the blog.
  Fri. 1/15/10 9:58am Cecile:

Hello, all! It's been too long!
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:01am PMD:

Mornin' all - listening but not commenting. work alas.
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:01am listener rey:

Ooops. listener ? was me. Some more translations: vivebien means someone who lives well with no visible means of support
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:03am annie:

doug it certainly is a mutual admiration society we have here..
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:04am Cecile:

I'm sending money to Wyclef
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:04am Cecile:

not opportunistic, appropriate!
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:05am steve Rogers:

You can also donate to globalgiving, who supports on the ground efforts already underway:
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:07am annie:

how about some maya deren soundbites?? she did alot of work in haiti, didn't she?
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:09am Chris:

She did a film about voodoo right? - was that done in haiti?
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:15am annie:

i think so... i literally stumbled on that a few years ago.. mesmerizing.. just amazing
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:15am Cecile:

I love Jerry Butler's version of this.
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:16am annie:

"divine horsemen"
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:18am dc pat:

man, I must be the opposite of vivebien
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:19am Carmichael:

Happy Friday, Woof-Moo-ers.
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:20am s:

I wish this song was permanently on my alarm clock
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:21am Hugo:

It would be nice, in view of recent events, to hear something from RAM, one of the premier bands of Haiti today. Named after the singer, Richard A Morse who runs Hotel Olofsson in Port au Prince. He and his family escaped unhurt, though "freaked out". I might have a cassette lying around of old sessions for the BBC.

Couple of videos here for those interested:
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:24am dc pat:

I'm with Hugo--thanks for the links.
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:25am still b/p:

I'm sure there will be a celebrity-heavy concert broadcast for earthquake relief. Anybody heard of one developing yet?

Speaking of celebrities...can I step on the soapbox? Took a fairly rare look at evening TV news and I found something distracting and offensive about Diane Sawyer & other network anchors putting themselves in the thick of the mess to be shown ("Here's's more of me. 'I' will show you sad wretchedness & devastated humanity and how 'I' am encountering it.") wandering around on a self-indulgent misery tour, asking inane questions. Regardless of who decides on these marquee face insertions, it's essentially promotional -- at such a moment, ugh -- and it's resoundingly unnecessary in getting the reporting job done.
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:31am annie:

i agree bp; that stuff turns my stomach.. commercial teevee really is abysmal
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:32am dc pat:

NPR is doing the same thing. It's detestable like these douches are just waiting for this kind of stuff to happen.
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:33am George Beale:

"I'm mad as hell and I'm not gonna take it anymore!"
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:33am Chris:

have you ever seen the movie "ace in the hole" with kirk douglas - very much about that stuff - great movie.
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:34am listener rey:

@still/ bp
I so agree. If the networks can get a camera crew and all the entourage it takes to keep someone like Ms.Sawyer looking fresh for TV, they can certainly bring along some medical help or at least some people to help look for survivors
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:35am Carmichael:

Now we're talkin', Doug!
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:36am Carmichael:

Annie, how was the roast you cooked the other night?
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:39am dc pat:

  Fri. 1/15/10 10:40am Cecile:

rey, Anderson Cooper was the last person I remember doing anything like that.

I think they just want to get in and get out. It's pathetic
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:42am annie:

it came our great carm, i am still using the meat from it.. we've so far made three separate international dishes from it.. the last being quesadillas. i use the broth in which it cooks for rice and the veggies on top of mashed potatoes...
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:42am Emile:

I love this song, from a great and underplayed Monk record....
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:42am texas scott:

I could listen to Thelonious Monk all day...
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:43am Carmichael:

Sounds great, Annie!
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:44am Sandy in Houston:

One of my bands plays Mood Indigo - thanks for playing this nice version of it.
  Fri. 1/15/10 10:47am annie:

there is so much milk and heavy cream in there, custard this weekend and channa dal.. nice small little health food store nearby where organic veggies and fruit are for sale and fresh bread from the market/cafe in between.. crocodile bread... hmmm yummy doughy deliciousness. with a stick of butter..!!
  Fri. 1/15/10 11:02am J-Mar:

Still trying to decide what I'm going to cook this weekend -- maybe something with moong dal?

Have I mentioned yet that I think FMU should have a call-in cooking show?
  Fri. 1/15/10 11:03am north guinea hills:

shipp/parker/ibarra was my favorite mathew shipp lineup. saw them in florida back around the time that album was recorded.
  Fri. 1/15/10 11:03am Phil:

Just started tuning in but this jazz set is great! Much thanks.
  Fri. 1/15/10 11:06am Cecile:

j-mar, I thnk that's a great idea.

I'm off for a bit, but should be back before Bryce, see ya!
  Fri. 1/15/10 11:07am annie:

see you cecile... and j-mar- wonderful idea!!
  Fri. 1/15/10 11:07am dragonflyshards:

'just got here...'Thankful for archives.
  Fri. 1/15/10 11:13am Drummer Some:

Hey Phil and dragonflyshards,
Grab an oar and start rowing (or a bucket and start bailing).
  Fri. 1/15/10 11:20am seang:

we have a lot of haitian cab drivers here in boston, REAL NICE DUDES!
  Fri. 1/15/10 11:23am dc pat:

Hey J-Mar, I think I'm going to make Philly cheese steaks out of some Morning Star Farms fake meat at some point..
  Fri. 1/15/10 11:26am ?:

Tabou Combo used to play at SOBs here in NY, even within the last decade or so. Wonder if they're still around . . . Anyone know?
  Fri. 1/15/10 11:26am Carmichael:

I keep seeing Philly cheesesteaks on TV, but I have never eaten one. I feel culturally deprived. They look awesome.
  Fri. 1/15/10 11:29am Hugo:

A good entry point to Haiti musically:

It's been a while since I played it, though. RAM is track 8. Annotated by Any Kershaw who's been there several times, staying at Hotel Olofsson.
  Fri. 1/15/10 11:29am Parq:

Hey, all. Hopelessly swamped for some time now, but had to poke my head in and endorse the proposal for a call-in cooking show. I promise that I will participate in it if it happens.
  Fri. 1/15/10 11:32am J-Mar:

DC Pat, you totally have to let me know how that goes with the Philly cheese fakes.

So how do we petition for a call-in cooking show, anyway? We know would call in -- but who would host it?
  Fri. 1/15/10 11:35am Sandy in Houston:

All this Haitian music is rad. I'm having way too much fun for being at work.
  Fri. 1/15/10 11:37am dc pat:

Kenny G should host.

I'll let you know J-Mar--that's great, Philly cheese fakes..

Carm: they were really great when I ate cows. I'm working on the veggie version...
  Fri. 1/15/10 11:42am Carmichael:

Cows, tofu, TVP, as long as it tastes good I'll ram it in my pie hole.
  Fri. 1/15/10 11:43am annie:

i like the real thing.... soy is a no-no in my diet..
  Fri. 1/15/10 11:51am north guinea hills:

i love soy and the real thing. everything is a-ok in my diet.. (except the foods my body doesn't like :( )
  Fri. 1/15/10 11:52am annie:

i miss aged cheeses the most...
  Fri. 1/15/10 11:55am Ken From Hyde Park:

Thanks for the Haiti set. May God help those poor people there.
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