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February 12, 2010 Options
Happy 201st, Lanky Linc!
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
Sarah Webster Fabio 
Juju: Alchemy of the Blues   Options Juju: Alchemy of the Blues
(Folkways 1976)
ECD  In Tempo   Options Major Force: The Original Art-Form
(Mo Wax 1990)

Una Mae Carlisle 

You and Your Heart
of Stone
(Listen: )
(Chronological Classics 1944)
Beryl Booker  Beryl Booker's Byased Blues   Options Beryl Booker 1953-1954
(Chronological Classics 1954)
Savanah Churchill w/Benny Carter  Hurry, Hurry   Options Vine Street Divas
(Capitol 1943)

Little Miss Sharecropper
(Lavern Baker)
Easy Baby   Options Come on Daddy
(El Toro 1949)
Betty Hall Jones  This Joint's Too Hip For Me   Options Bump Jump Jive, Volume 7
(Lucky 1949)
Mamie "Miss Good Blues" Thomas  Miss Good Blues   Options Rock 'n' Roll Mamas, Volume 4
(Popcorn )
Tiny Topsy  Waterproof Eyes   Options Tiny Topsy and Friends
(Rock 'n' Rhythm 1958)

Talkover Music:
Nino Rota 
The Clowns (Part 2)   Options The Clowns
(Cam 1970)

Melvin Price 

Ships With Purple Bands
(Listen: )
Mel Price & His Santa Fe Rangers
(HBR )
Earl & Joyce Songer  It's a Cold, Cold love   Options Earl & Joyce Songer & the Rocky Road
Ramblers, Volume 1
(Rockin' Gypsy )
Curley Williams & His Georgia Peach Pickers  Grandma's Turned Over Again   Options Just a-Pickin' and a-Singin'
(Bear Family 1946)
Al Terry  Am I Seeing Things   Options Good Deal, Lucille
(Bear Family 1956)
Dudley Bernard  That Loneliness Behind Your Smile   Options New Orleans Hillbilly and Cajun Country
(HBR )
Henson Cargill  Going Backwards   Options A Very Well Travelled Man
(Omni 1970)
Adam Carr & Michael O'Connor  Gulf Coast Losers   Options

Hard Times

(Carroll/O'Connor 2009)

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


(Listen: )
(Vampisoul 1971)
Montes  Un Viaje al Mar   Options Cuando Brille el Tiempo
(Philips 1974)
Ritmo Pilé  Pilé 43   Options The Spanish Trip: 23 Obscure Freak Artifacts
From the Spanish Underground Scene

(Bang 1972)
Los Strwck  Vanidosa   Options La Suegra
(Kubaney 1970)
Dr. Explosion  La Chatunga   Options 31 Spanish Soul Stompers
(n/a )

Maputxe   Options Brigadistak Sound System
(Piranha 2001)
La Papa Verde  La Paloma de la Paz   Options Mestizo Music: Rebelión en América Latina
(Trikont )

Talkover Music:
Dirty Dozen Brass Band 
Dead Dog in the Street   Options Buck Jump
(Mammoth 1999)

Dolly Rathebe w/the Elite Swingsters 

(Listen: )
Jazz From the Township
(Trutone early 1950s)
Indoda Mahlathini  Baby-Ye   Options Ngibuzindlela
(Soweto 1974)
The Queue Sisters  Mamazane   Options Kwa Nobamba
(Number One 1975)
Izinthombi Zesi Manje Manje  Indandato   Options Ingwe idla Ngamabala
(CBS 1968)
Jazz Ministers  Nomdakazana   Options

Jazz Dance

(JPL 1972)
Reggie Msomi  California Blues   Options Twisting with Reggie Msomi
(New Sound ca. 1962)
Chris McGregor Septet  Yickytickee / Union Special   Options Up to Earth
(Fledg'ling 1969)

Talkover Music:
Blue Mitchell 
Bantu Village   Options Bantu Village
(Blue Note 1969)

Lord Buckley 
Gettysburg Address
(narration/hip versions)
(Listen: )
(Hip 1956)
Keletigui et ses Tambourinis  La Bicycletta   Options

Keletigui et ses

(Syliphone 1970)

Les Frères
Keyoke Wani   Options Les Freres Fataki
(Apia late 1970s)
Marijata  Brain Washing   Options Pat Thomas Introduces Marijata
(Gapophone 1975)

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

Velvert Turner Group 

Three O'Clock Train
(Listen: )
Velvert Turner Group
(Radioactive )
Skorpio  The King with Shred-Legs   Options Funkytown, Budapest
(Blek )
Apaslar  Sans Çocugu   Options

Turkish Delights

(Grey Past 1968)
Ranmadou  Okashina Sekai   Options Ranmadou
(Polydor 1972)
Sound Vendor  In Paradise   Options U-Spaces: Lost Sixties Delights,
Volume 2
(U-Spaces 1967)
Denny King  Lucille   Options Evil Wind Is Blowing
(Specialty 1972)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 2/12/10 9:04am Chicago Joel:

DOUG! I have freshly brewed coffee in hand, your show in my ears. Life is good!
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:05am annie:

hey!! me too, joel!
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:16am texas scott:

Nice tunes,as always,brotha Doug.

Snow day in Texas.Can you believe it?
Strange sight,that white stuff is.
No workee for me today.WOOHOO!
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:21am monica:

mornin', doug! totally lovin' your ladies set.
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:22am Parq:

T-Scott, I have friends in Tx going WTF right now. I imagine the most confused ones are those from up north who traveled to Tx to get away from weather like this.
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:23am Drummer Some:

Hi-de-hi-de-ho everybody!
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:28am annie:

parq, my friday morning nature sermon discussed this very story! only his friends had moved from maine to virgina to get away from the rigorous winters! ;)
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:29am still b/p:

Charlie's tune from Modern Times!
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:31am annie:

lanky linc!! you gonna do the gettsburg address?
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:33am annie:

this is how i feel about that :)
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:33am texas scott:

Yeah,Parq.It's the equivalent of Texans going to NY for the summer,during record-breaking heat.Crazy stuff.
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:34am Chicago Joel:

right on annie! mmmm.... coffee.
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:35am Parq:

Annie, I've been to VA when the terrain was literally sheathed in ice. And that was in the 60s, when the climate wasn't that weird yet. So I'd know better than that.
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:36am Cecile:

mornin' all!
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:36am Parq:

I once met a performance artist who lived in Maine, and whose wife and performing partner was Brazilian. "So," I asked, "how long did it take you to get used to Maine winters?" She just laughed.
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:40am annie:

back in the late 70's when i was in carolina, we had snow.. very weird for the locals and cold!! went down to the 30s. in my opinion, new york is now seeing northern virginia winters.. and climate. hot too soon and mild winters.
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:44am texas scott:

enjoying the show,Doug.
You're hitting on all cylinders today.
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:45am Drummer Some:

A real, live Texas troubadour coming up in a couple, Scott. The great Adam Carroll!
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:48am Cecile:

Sing it Henson.
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:48am Sandy in Houston:

It's rainy here in Houston. Scott are you in Dallas or something? I heard it was snowy there.

Enjoying the tunes.
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:50am Cecile:

It snowed in Dalls, my online friend down there posted pics.
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:50am texas scott:

In beautiful,snowed-on Fort Worth,Sandy.10 inches.
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:52am Sandy in Houston:

I like this gulf coast loser song and not just because I live on the gulf coast.

10 inches? hot damn.
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:55am Cecile:

my sister just moved there from Michigan. Not to escape the snow, but as a bonus. Oh, dear. :D
  Fri. 2/12/10 9:56am herb:

yeah, great song - "gulf coast losers". and since i got JOHN PRINE on my mind, via seeing his debut(?) record mentioned by R.HILBURN in (present?) PASTE mag, maybe you can play some? if you don't, i'll switch to K-ROCK.
  Fri. 2/12/10 10:01am Drummer Some:

No room left for Prine, but the Prine/Adam Carroll comparison is an excellent one. Have fun over at Krock!
  Fri. 2/12/10 10:10am Bad Ronald:

Good morning all. Fantastic set right here Doug. Thanks!
  Fri. 2/12/10 10:13am annie:

all those in favor of a second pot of coffee, raise your hand!
  Fri. 2/12/10 10:14am Cecile:

aye aye!
  Fri. 2/12/10 10:18am annie:

alrighty, then!! the ayes have it! brb
  Fri. 2/12/10 10:23am dc pat:

still workin on my first cuppa. Man, what a week! Street party every day starting around 4. Yesterday afternoon, we shoveled out our entire street knowing we aren't going to see a plow for several days... I've heard of people setting up grills and cooking out in the middle of the street all day. Excellent winter.
  Fri. 2/12/10 10:24am allen toussaint:

Funny how you talk over the funkiest thing you played all day being this is "give the drummer some""
  Fri. 2/12/10 10:28am Cecile:

The funk will come.
  Fri. 2/12/10 10:28am alex:

It has been said that even the Devil cannot learn to speak Basque
  Fri. 2/12/10 10:34am Drummer Some:

@allen toussaint
Only because I love you.
  Fri. 2/12/10 10:45am annie:

lincoln shares his birthday with slim harpo..
  Fri. 2/12/10 10:46am annie:

by one day off... oops.
  Fri. 2/12/10 10:46am monica:

downloading this reggie msomi right now, doug!! thanks so much for mining the audio motherlode!
  Fri. 2/12/10 10:49am Hugo:

The sound of Mongs. Beautiful!
  Fri. 2/12/10 10:57am north guinea hills:

Boo! I have to work OT tonight. Can't see Barre Phillips!
  Fri. 2/12/10 11:03am Toby:

all cats is created level in front!
  Fri. 2/12/10 11:08am Drummer Some:

All hail Prince Toby!
  Fri. 2/12/10 11:10am Drummer Some:

That AMAZING South African blog is here, cats and kitties:
  Fri. 2/12/10 11:11am Sandy in Houston:

I dig it.
  Fri. 2/12/10 11:13am El Thatchmo:

"Trane still blows, and the oppression still grows, while junkie still OD in ghetto halls"
  Fri. 2/12/10 11:18am Drummer Some:

You are a poet of the streets (just watch out for the alt. side parking!)
  Fri. 2/12/10 11:19am seang:

Mandela still strong at 91!
  Fri. 2/12/10 11:53am Cecile:

Man, I just had some killer chole for early lunch. has a great recipe.
  Fri. 2/12/10 12:01pm Ike:

Joke's on Herb@9:56: K-Rock doesn't exist anymore! Ha ha!

Mmmm, some chole sounds good. Meanwhile I just read about an African steamtable joint on W. 26th St. on I might have to head over there later.
  Fri. 2/12/10 12:02pm Cecile:

that sounds good, Ike. mmmm.
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