Give The Drummer Some with Doug Schulkind Options
Doug Schulkind's avatar View Doug Schulkind's profile Options
Listen to the stream right now

On WFMU (Info) | 91.1, 90.1, 91.9 FM &
WFMU LIVE Audio Streams (Get help):   Pop-up  |  128k AAC  |  128k MP3  |  32k MP3  |  32k Windows

Fridays 9am - Noon (EDT) (Web-only) | On WFMU's Give the Drummer Radio (Info)
Give the Drummer Radio LIVE Audio Streams (Get help):   Pop-up  |  128k MP3

Hear the show    in  

April 9, 2010 Options
Donald's comin', Ronald's comin', Colin's comin', Duncan's comin',
Dougal's comin', Laughlin's comin', All the Wild McGraw's comin'
Add or read comments

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)

Pat Kelly 

Just Like a Girl
(Listen: )
One Man Stand
(Third World 1978)
Carl Malcolm  Miss Wire Waist   Options b/w Version
(UK 1975)
Don Drummond  Alipang   Options Reggae Jazz Attack
(Charly 1964)
Lenox Brown & Hue Roy  King of the Road   Options b/w Young Freddie: Drink & Gamble
(Camel 1974)

The Ebony
Let Me Tell You Boy   Options b/w Version
(Bullet 1970)
Sugar Minott  Ghetto-ology   Options Down in a Tenement Yard:
Sufferation and Live in the Ghetto 1973-1980
(Trojan 1979)

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

Helen Humes 

Living My Life My Way
(Listen: )
Hands Off! The 1950-1956 Modern Studio Recordings
(Ace 1951)
Varetta Dillard  Just Multiply   Options

Got You on My Mind:
Complete Recordings
1956-1961, Volume 1

(Bear Family 1958)
Terri Lee  I'm No Good to you   Options Black Rock-Rhythm Meat
(Still )
Louise Brown  Son-in-Law   Options Black Sippin' Rhythm
(Still 1961)
Sharon Marshall  Where Did You Leave Your Heart   Options You're Gonna Miss a Good Thing, Baby!
Best of Kayden & Merben
(Funkadelphia )
Barbara & Brenda  Hurtin' Inside   Options b/w That's When You've Got Soul
(Heidi 1964)
Betty Harris  There's a Break in the Road   Options Soul Perfection Plus
(West Side 1969)

Talkover Music:
Wooden Glass feat. Billy Wooten 
Monkey Hips & Rice   Options Recorded Live
(Interim 1972)

Bappi Lahiri 

Everybody Dance
With Me
(Listen: )
College Girl OST
(Polydor 1977)
Asha Bhosle  Dayya Re Dayya   Options Leader (OST)
(Odeon 1963)

Evarani   Options Nadhaswaram
(EMI 1982)
Kishore Kumar, Anuradha,
Alka Yagnik, etc. 
Saat Saheliyan   Options Vidhaata (OST)
(HMV 1972)

Talkover Music:
Mulatto   Options Dancing Is Beautiful: Dance Mixes Inspired
by Vijaya Anand's "Dance Raja Dance"

(Luaka Bop 1992)

Ewan McColl 

The Chevaliers'
Muster Roll
(Listen: )
World Library of Primitive and
Folk Music: Scotland
(Rounder 1951)
The Clutha (John Eaglesham)  Donald Blue   Options Scots Ballads Songs & Dance Tunes
(Topic 1974)
Tim Hart & Maddy Prior  Copshawholme Fair   Options Folk Songs of Old England, Volume 2
(Tepee 1969)
Hamish Imlach  The Twa Corbies   Options

Cod Liver Oil &
Orange Juice
(Transatlantic 1969)
Peter Bellamy  On Board a '98   Options Wake the Vaulted Echoes
(Free Reed 1991)

Talkover Music:
Annbjørg Lien 
The Water Lily   Options Felefeber: Norwegian Fiddle Fantasia
(Shanachie 1995)

The Rose Garden 

Coins of Fun
(Listen: )
The Rose Garden
(Atco 1967)

If I Were Strong I'd Move You
Mountains   Options
Richard Twice
(Philips 1970)
Jade  Well   Options Faces of Jade
(GAR 1970)
The Summer Sounds  Hard to Please   Options Up Down
(Laurel 1970)
The Smoke  Have Some More Tea   Options b/w It Could Be so Wonderful
(Island 1967)
Ten Feet  Shoot on Sight   Options b/w Losing Game
(CBS 1967)
The Orange Alabaster Mushroom  Another Place   Options Space & Time: A Compendium
of the Orange Alabaster Mushroom

(Earworm )

Talkover Music:
Hey Mr Bundle   Options Make New Friends
(Tru Thoughts 2004)

Anthony Braxton 

Red Top
(Listen: )
Alto Saxophone Improvisations 1979
(Arista 1978)
Nathan Davis  Frog In'   Options Jazz Concert in a Benedictine Monastery
(Edici 1969)
Cossi Anatz  Aden Arabie   Options Palm/Vendémiare
(Palm/Vendemiare 1977)
Ndikho Xaba & the Natives  Nomuse   Options Ndikho Xaba & the Natives
(Trilyte 1969)
Scott Lafaro  Sacre Bleu   Options

Pieces of Jade
(Resonance 1961)
Roscoe Mitchell  Sing / Improvisation 2   Options Nonaah
(Nessa 1977)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 4/9/10 9:04am annie:

  Fri. 4/9/10 9:05am barrianne:

Here to help with Portuguese pronunciation Doug! ; ) alguma coisa brasileira por favor!
  Fri. 4/9/10 9:06am Parq:

And the kick-off genre of the week is . . .
  Fri. 4/9/10 9:08am Drummer Some:

Good morning Annie, Barrianne, Parq, and you you you you and you. And you, too.
  Fri. 4/9/10 9:08am Parq:

Jamaican Dylan!
  Fri. 4/9/10 9:09am ?:

bom dia!
  Fri. 4/9/10 9:09am barrianne:

yikes. playlist challenged
  Fri. 4/9/10 9:15am C:

put this track on around the horn v2!
  Fri. 4/9/10 9:22am Mark Williams:

the Ebony Sisters cut is much earlier, probably 1969; I have the info at home, but it's that early Studio One reggae sound with that "sound dimension" delay on the guitar. Not officially a Studio One production, btw - Harry Mudie was the producer.
  Fri. 4/9/10 9:24am Paul Sherratt:

Startling fine, weather-suitin', opening set, Mr Drummer !
  Fri. 4/9/10 9:24am Drummer Some:

On Nora Dean's own website, she says produced by Harry Mudie in '70. (Looky here: ) Of course, musicians are highly unreliable about their own discographies...
  Fri. 4/9/10 9:31am Mark Williams:

no worries, Doug, I'll check it later at home. Mudie actually wrote down the literal dates of the studio sessions on some of his cd reissues. 1970 is in play, though '72 is a bit late.
  Fri. 4/9/10 9:32am oguH:

The Tenement comp is in the category of all killer, no filler. Believe me, I've got it.
  Fri. 4/9/10 9:34am Drummer Some:

Mark, actually that '72 is just (another) typo on my part!
  Fri. 4/9/10 9:38am Parq:

Never heard that Dillard song before. Love the "we'll just" twist at the end!
  Fri. 4/9/10 9:39am Brian Sanders:

Been listening to Barry Myers Scatchy comp this morning Copasetic by The Rulers gets my vote. Talking of votes we are being overwhelmed by all the political parties after our votes for the next month. Oh boy.
  Fri. 4/9/10 9:47am CheriPi:

Yesssssssss Betty Harris!
  Fri. 4/9/10 9:57am barrianne:

brimful of Asha
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:01am Brian Sanders:

So how many albums has Asha made to the nearest 10?
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:02am Drummer Some:

You bet your sweet Asha.
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:05am Stuart Troutman:

"Evarani": Is this instrument a chenai?
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:06am Parq:

She's the one who keeps the dream alive.
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:07am Cecile:

Good morning
I missed there's a Break in the Road. sssssss
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:09am Drummer Some:

It is a nadaswaram. Like a chennai, but about 18 inches longer.
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:10am Stuart Troutman:

Thanks, Doug. Very interesting.
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:11am Cecile:

and that's what she said!

sorry, in a weird mood today.
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:11am Drummer Some:

But you didn't miss your Braxton request, Cecile.
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:15am oguH:

Chennai is also the capital of Tamil Nadu, formerly known as Madras. Visited Hyderabad back in March, in Andra Pradesh, north of Tamil Nadu.
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:18am dc pat:

I could use a Haiti music set today.
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:20am Stuart Troutman:

wikipedia notes that the nadhaswaram is the world's loudest non-brass instrument.
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:20am Cecile:

thank you, Doug!
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:22am Chris:

Could you link to the Korean cover of In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida? Sounds fascinating!
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:28am oguH:

Maddy Prior! Not an accidental selection, I trust?
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:28am ken:

love this hart and prior -- it's helping last night's blue moon to settle...
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:32am Cecile:

I love it. From the scavenger's point of view.

"I am the grass..."
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:34am annie:

still here... really, just engrossed in some research..
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:34am Drummer Some:

Here's that Korean Inna-Gadda-Da-Vida:

Look for it in next week's Mining the Audio Motherlode!
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:34am Brian Sanders:

@ oguH
You've got Mr Schulkind sussed. Loved the use of the word randy earlier
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:39am dc pat:

Drummer Some: that's the wrong song, that tune is "in-A-KAdda-Da-Vida I thought we were talking about "In-A-GAdda-Da-Vida"
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:40am dc pat:

..forgot to add: just kiddin.
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:42am oguH:

felefeber = fiddle fever ...
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:42am Irene:

Great set Doug! Nice that I was able to listen in on these great Brits.
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:43am Cecile:

Doug, I think when you listen to certain people not knowing they commited suicide, and you find out later, it's not as surprising as you would think. Like Nick Drake.
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:46am Drummer Some:

Here's that Korean Inna-Gadda-Da-Vida:

Look for it in next week's Mining the Audio Motherlode!
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:50am Cecile:

And there are people who sound like they're sitting next to you, even though they've been gone for 30 years. Like Minnie Riperton or even Elvis.
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:50am Cecile:

Bon Scott, John Coltrane. Marvin Gaye, the list goes on.
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:57am oguH:

When the title is "Have some more tea", you know it's British.
  Fri. 4/9/10 10:59am Drummer Some:

Yup, oguH, they're from York.
  Fri. 4/9/10 11:00am Brian Sanders:

You know The Smoke liked tea because their friend Jack ate sugarlumps!
  Fri. 4/9/10 11:07am Drummer Some:

Breaking news:
  Fri. 4/9/10 11:07am Cecile:

muchas gracias, Doug!
  Fri. 4/9/10 11:07am north guinea hills:

Yaye, Anthony Braxton!
  Fri. 4/9/10 11:08am Cecile:

Oh, shit.
  Fri. 4/9/10 11:10am dc pat:

Alright, Tony!
  Fri. 4/9/10 11:10am oguH:

but when there's a tea party, it's decidedly American ...
  Fri. 4/9/10 11:11am Cecile:

unless there's a Mad Hatter involved....
  Fri. 4/9/10 11:17am Parq:

Re breaking news: we knew it was coming. Let's hope that Obama will stand up to the far right when he appoints the replacement.
  Fri. 4/9/10 11:19am annie:

this is two, now, that he will replace?
  Fri. 4/9/10 11:20am Cecile:

I know, Parq. But, still.
  Fri. 4/9/10 11:33am oguH:

I found a nice tea room in Copenhagen recently, above a shop that started up in the 19830s and has the status of royal supplier. Haven't tried Fortnum & Mason, though. Very upmarket, I suspect ... I merely peeked in for a bit.
  Fri. 4/9/10 11:33am Parq:

Yeah, 'Cile, I know.
  Fri. 4/9/10 11:41am annie:

not only do we get some very sweet jazz, but we also are treated to the familiar pops and crackles of vinyl.. :)
  Fri. 4/9/10 11:41am Cecile:

nice oguH. i tend to like my tea green and cold.
(much like my heart)
I favor Jackie Chan's powdered matcha. It tastes like grass and nails. I love it.
  Fri. 4/9/10 11:45am oguH:

For your info:


I like it strong and dark .
  Fri. 4/9/10 11:46am Cecile:

very true, annie.
I feel like Doug invites us over for audio brunch every Friday morning.
  Fri. 4/9/10 11:48am Drummer Some:

Pops and Crackles, two of my faves!
  Fri. 4/9/10 11:53am Snap:

Hey whuddabout me?
  Fri. 4/9/10 11:54am oguH:

Unfortunately, you don't hear them on cds. I always thought there was something wrong with cds.
  Fri. 4/9/10 11:58am oguH:

A fine set, bookended by Braxton and Mitchell. Next time in duet?
  Fri. 4/9/10 12:01pm Cecile:

Aw, shoutout! Thanks, Doug.

And lovely show as always!
Post a comment!
Email address
(optional, not public):
Your comment: (No HTML, please)
Back to top

Gaze lovingly at my other playlists Take a gander at the WFMU Homepage
See other artists I've played

RSS feeds for Give The Drummer Some with Doug Schulkind: RSSPlaylists feed | RSSMP3 archives feed

Home | Blog Posts | Links | email

Generated by KenzoDB, (C) 2000-2019 Ken Garson