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May 14, 2010 Options
Is there a more perfect creature in nature than
Lorez Alexandria's "Baltimore Oriole"?
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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)

(Fred Scotti)

Tarantella Guappa
(Listen: )
La Musica Della Mafia: Il Canto di Malavita
(Pias )
E Zezi  Posa e Sorde   Options Pummarola Black
(Lyrichord 1994)
Lucio Battisti  Uno in Piu'   Options Lucio Battisti
(Ricordi 1969)
Gloria Paul  Forse Mai   Options Arriva la Bomba
(Irma 1968)
Raoul  Come Mai?   Options Croon-A-Roma:
Rare Sentimental Vocal Tracks from
Italian '60s and '70s Movies

(All Score Media )
Paolo Conte  I Giardini Pensili Hanno Fatto
Il Loro Tempo   Options
(CGD 1992)

Talkover Music:
Thai Elephant Orchestra 
Heavy Logs   Options Thai Elephant Orchestra
(Mulatta 2000)

Chai Mueangsing 

Thon Ba Thon Thon
(Listen: )
Phi Pai Lai Wan
(P.M. )
The Hot Pepper  Kun Rod Fai, Pai Rod Bus, Kee Chang, Kang Tent   Options Thai Funk ZudRangMa, Volume 1
(ZudRangMa )
Chantana Kittiyapan  Kliat Khon Suai   Options

Kliat Khon Suai

(BK 1975)
Kwan Jai & Kwan Jit Sriprajan  E-Saew Tam Punha Huajai   Options Siamese Soul:
Thai Pop Spectacular Volume 2, 1960's-1980's
(Sublime Frequencies )
Duangdao Mondara & Chailai  The Black Super Man   Options Thai Beat A Go-Go, Volume 3
(Subliminal Sounds )

Talkover Music:
N'goron Mandiani   Options Master of Percussion: Volume 1
(Follow Me 2000)

Frankie Trumbauer & His Orchestra
w/Bix Beiderbecke 

Futuristic Rhythm
(Listen: )
(Chronological Classics 1929)
Andy Kirk and His Twelve Clouds of Joy  Wednesday Night Hop   Options Andy Kirk and His Twelve Clouds of Joy
(Chronological Classics 1937)

(Jimmy Knepper)
Ogling Ogre   Options A Swinging Introduction
(Bethlehem 1957)
Max Roach  Quiet as It's Kept   Options Quiet as It's Kept
(Mercury 1960)
Hamid Drake / Albert Beger /
William Parker 
Funky Lacy   Options Evolving Silence, Volume 2
(Earsay Jazz 2005)
Archie Shepp & Richard Davis  Body and Soul   Options Body and Soul
(Enja 1991)

Talkover Music:
Marco di Marco Trio 
I Miei Ricordi   Options At the Living Room
(Modern Jazz 1973)

Alhadji Haruna Ishola 

Aso Nla Ko Ni Enia Nla
(Listen: )
Alhadji Haruna Ishola
(Star late 1960s)
Pax Nicholas and the Nettey Family  Ataa Onukpa   Options Na Teef Know De Road of Teef
(Tabansi/Daptone 1973)
Kyerematen Stars  Obra Ammo   Options


(Ambassador late 1970s)
Osayomore Joseph & the Ulele Power Sound  Iro Ghama   Options Waka Waka
(Emotan 1982)
Théo Blaise Kounkou  Liteya Choc   Options Zenaba
(Eddy'Son 1981)

Talkover Music:
Memphis Black (Ingfried Hoffman) 
Why Don't You Play the Organ, Man   Options Soul Club
(Sonoroma 1969)

Médard Ferrero et Son Ensemble 

La Rafale
(Listen: )
Accordeon: Musette/Swing/Paris 1925-1942
(Frémeaux & Associés 1937)
Tino Rossi  La Bohemienne Aux Grands
Yeux Noirs   Options
En Visitant L'Expo
(Chanson Actualités 1937)

(Lucienne Delyle)
Prière à Zumba   Options Chansons Coloniales & Exotiques,
Volume 2
(EPM 1939)
Jacques Brel  Jef   Options Infiniment
(DRG 1964)
Marcel Kanche  Elle Lui Ressemble   Options Marcel Kanche
(Média 7 1995)
Colette Magny  Chronique du Nord   Options Répression
(Le Chant du Monde 1972)

Talkover Music:
Dollar Brand (Abdullah Ibrahim) 
Cape Town Fringe   Options Cape Town Fringe
(Chiaroscuro 1977)

Lorez Alexandria 

Baltimore Oriole
(Listen: )
Jazzier Rhythms
(Hubbub 1978)
Willie Bobo  Shut Up & Pay Attention   Options


(Vampisoul 1971)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 5/14/10 9:12am El Thatchmo:

Hare' Schulkind
Hare' Schulkind
Schulkind Schulkind
Hare' Hare
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:13am Robert:

Power and deafness?
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:15am Robert:

Stinky card game?
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:16am Drummer Some:

That is fucking hysterical, Robert.
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:17am Robert:

4 weeks?
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:20am Drummer Some:

June 11 will be the final show on WFMU's primary broadcast stream. ASAP after than, Give the Drummer Some will broadcast on a new webstream from WFMU.
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:20am Robert:

Yes, you may come. Just do it under the blanker.
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:22am Robert:

No, I meant "4 weeks" as a translation of "Forse Mai".

"Blanket", I meant blanket!
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:23am Drummer Some:

Oh, well that's different.
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:23am Hugo:

Listening to Raoul reminds me that the European Song Contest final is coming up. Is it being watched on the other side of the pond?
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:24am Paul Sherratt:

I prefer " blanker "
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:24am Robert:

I guard pencils in the fat year in an hour's time.
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:27am Robert:

Randy Newman would sing about guardng pencils in the fat year in an hour's time.
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:29am still b/p:

I saw the best pencils of my generation destroyed by fatness, guarding annual naked...
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:29am Paul Sherratt:

"European Song Contest final is coming up"

As in violently regurgitate ...
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:29am gumby:

Bottom of the mornin' to everyone after that lovely Gloria Paul track! BAAAAHDUM!
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:30am Parq:

Hugo, 'fraid not. Most people hereabouts have never heard of Eurovision. It's mostly known to avid netizens.
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:32am Hugo:

I listened to a Tarantella group once. I escaped unscathed. Mind you, it was not in Calabria ...
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:35am Robert:

Your Baton, Your?

Son, bath, son!
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:36am Hugo:

I suppose Thai elephants don't wear red shirts. Or maybe they do these days ...
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:37am El Thatchmo:

Deeply Deep, Doug. The Funky Baht!
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:38am Robert:

Can Rod make the bus, pay the fare, take his key chain, and tent?
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:41am Robert:

Kliat can sway!
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:43am Robert:

Ever read "Il Talento Mysterioso?"

I had no idea I was so good at Thai. Apparently it's a mixtture of English and French with a lisp.
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:45am Robert:

He Saw a Huge Tampon.
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:47am Drummer Some:

First person to guess the international celebrity who's the subject of this wins a Kewpie Doll!
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:48am El Thatchmo:

Mohomo Hali!
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:50am Drummer Some:

We have a weiner!
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:51am Robert:

You mean it's not Obama?
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:51am Cecile:

YES. I remember this well.
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:51am jk:

this song must have been wicked popular in SE Asia, I know of at least 3 other Malaysian/Singapore covers
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:52am Robert:

Negro on Mondays.
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:52am Elias:

Ali. He fought Ken Norton AND defeated Mr. Tooth Decay.
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:54am Hugo:

Doug sure knows how to pick 'em. I'm anxiously awaiting the SE Asian version of "Barbie Girl" on this programme. On a cassette at home base ...
  Fri. 5/14/10 9:55am PMD:

23 years!! wow
  Fri. 5/14/10 10:00am Lore:

Thank heavens there'll always be the archives to let me know that Doug played my latest discovery back in '97.
  Fri. 5/14/10 10:01am Drummer Some:

AND, dear listeners, all of my shows on this new stream will be archived and available exactly like the current show!
  Fri. 5/14/10 10:02am Robert:

I'm sorry, "Rhythm" doesn't have enough vowels in it, and "Futuristic" has too many. You just made that language up, didn't you?
  Fri. 5/14/10 10:05am Hugo:

I agree. Should be riddim. Seen I?
  Fri. 5/14/10 10:11am Robert:

Now we know you're making this up. There couldn't possibly be 2 words in the same language starting with "og".

Good thing you don't have to prove it by actually playing these supposed records, like on a broadcast or a stream or something. Nobody could possibly keep up that way with this list of supposed titles being posted in supposed real time. You would wear out your hands, or the needle, or something. So yeah, we know you're making them up.
  Fri. 5/14/10 10:13am Drummer Some:

Robert, would you pipe down. I'm trying to nap.
  Fri. 5/14/10 10:16am Robert:

Now you made me laugh, so we know you couldn't possibly concentrate on playing records while you make up their supposed titles in various supposed languages.

Thanks and best wishes again for the move.
  Fri. 5/14/10 10:27am ken:

hey doug, before you split -- what are your top five venues in the nyc area? or events? and then, when you are in pitt, let us know what's hapn' there.
  Fri. 5/14/10 10:27am Cecile:

Oram's Donuts. You must make a pilgrimage to the bombed-out town of Beaver Falls. PA to eat those miraculous confections.
  Fri. 5/14/10 10:30am Drummer Some:

The thing that makes me happiest is that I'll be living one single solitary block away from Jerry's Records. I haven't walked into a brick-and-mortar record store in over a year (or two, or three?) Everything is like $3 or $4. Ridiculous. Who knows, maybe I will broadcast live from Jerry's. He can just frisbee vinyl over to me and I'll slap it down on the TT. Ah, good times.
  Fri. 5/14/10 10:35am Hugo:

For a jazz buff like me, no visit to nyc would be complete without a pilgrimage to the Village Vanguard. Saw Marilyn Crispell with Mark Helias and Paul Motian. This is a roundabout way of requesting JC at the VV. Just saying ...
  Fri. 5/14/10 10:37am annie:

whew!!! made it... so glad to be listening and even reading the comments. how much we take advantage of technology!!
  Fri. 5/14/10 10:40am Cecile:

Annie! I'm so glad to see you!
  Fri. 5/14/10 10:41am annie:

cecile, i'm happy to be here, for sure... it's been avery odd week. and my yahoo account doesn't allow me to read emails on this laptop this last week.. ahh. me..
  Fri. 5/14/10 10:42am annie:

i'm getting down to the library today and i'll email you the saga!!!
  Fri. 5/14/10 10:43am Cecile:

  Fri. 5/14/10 10:44am Cecile:

Doug, could you play that Cecil Taylor/Mary Lou Williams record sometime. That's pretty great.
  Fri. 5/14/10 10:46am PMD:

annie's in the house! woo hoo!
I want to hear the story too...
  Fri. 5/14/10 10:51am LizGig:

Hello everyone. Today's cake is almond and dark chocolate.
  Fri. 5/14/10 10:52am annie:

fine, then:
the fellow for whom i was house-sitting called monday and asked me to be ready to go to the aprtment that evening when he returned as he wanted to spend some time with his kids the first night back.... i had already left a small deposit and some of my boxes of things ...
  Fri. 5/14/10 10:53am Duke:

Will you be broadcasting in Pittsburgese: yinz'll rilly like iss next tune.

Stay away from Iron City Beer.
  Fri. 5/14/10 10:56am annie: i call the landlord to tell him i'll be up in about an hour or so ... he proceeds to tell me he has been rethinking the situation due to the fact that the woman who decided to stay was concerned about the dog and her fleas, which she does not have and maybe might have in the near future, he in essence told me it wouldn't work out..
  Fri. 5/14/10 10:57am Lucas:

Hi Mr Drummer Some. I would like to have your e-mail news. Thanks!
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:01am annie:

in the meantime i had secured a pretty sweet painting job at a B&B that week and i was traveling down there to work, using jay's car...
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:01am Drummer Some:

You're officially "on it."
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:03am hamburger:

Gissuppe Logan next week huh?
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:04am annie:

so, jay calls me and says... what up? how did it go? so i inform him of the changes in plans... he and the landlord had exchanged epithets towards each other through me expressing annoyance at the inconsiderte behaior of the other..all i could do was shake my head at the lack of ability to adapt...
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:06am Drummer Some:

Thanks for reminding me!
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:07am hamburger:

awesome! :D
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:07am annie:

so, it took a little fenagling and some brain-storming to locate a place for me to stay "temporarily" so it could be settled ...... and here i sit:; a quarter mile form the painting job in a small rooming house which is happy to have my dog and she is the sweetest lady!!! isa loves the back yard and i guess i might just make a stab of it here... and i still get the sunrise in my window!.. lousy internet, but hey!!! i have the sunrise!!
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:08am annie:

doug, i am ever so happy to be hearing the show!!!!and it's wonderful to be back...
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:11am LizGig:

Catching up on the comments... Doug, please broadcast from Jerry's. Support record shops!
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:15am Drummer Some:

That would gobs of fun.
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:17am Cecile:

Oh, my, Annie. But thank god you found a place - a place that sounds absolutely charming. Crossing my fingers for you!
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:19am LizGig:

Go for gobs of fun, Doug. The world needs more gobs of fun. I have never met Jerry and know nothing about the man, but I'm sure he'd be on for it!
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:20am LizGig:

Since dogs are threaded through today's discussion, can anyone recommend a good dog training book for children?
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:22am Robert:

I didn't notice any glitch. Your remark reminds me of how Rich Conaty's always catching and criticizing himself on air for a slip of the tongue that it sounded like didn't even get out of his mouth yet like he was just THINKING about saying a wrong syllable. Maybe he's using delay and editing them out but commenting on them anyway.
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:23am annie:

cecile, it all fell together... now to get my money back and my stuff... not to mention what i have at jay's house.....only a small load, but wow. ... no car, no easy way..
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:25am LizGig:

...and now for something completely different...
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:26am monica:

this tune makes me want to order a carafe... or two! terrif show today, doug!! yak at ya later.
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:29am Drummer Some:

First pitcher, er, decanter, is on me...
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:29am Paul Sherratt:

Dogs and children bond naturally ...
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:30am Hugo:

Someone's glitch is someone else's remix ...
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:32am LizGig:

Paul, that's cruelty to animals, that is.
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:34am north guinea hills:

@Lizgig, I agree, that's how you breed dogs that will one day snap on their owners, and then they're stuck w/ poodle face.....
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:36am Bad Ronald:

Apparently Yukio Hatoyama doesn't think it's such a bad idea:
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:38am Cecile:

damn. Dogs! Annie! Glitches!
I am so swamped I can't participate today. So have a great day, and catch up to some of you during Billy Jam
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:39am Drummer Some:

Just keep Dougs out of it.
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:40am PMD:

annie, glad in the end things are working out.
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:41am Paul Sherratt:

north guinea,
We in the UK had a Prime Minister who suffered that very fate
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:43am LizGig:

@Paul, but it was so warm and cozy in George W's lap!
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:43am pandamans:

blah blah blah
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:43am Thelma:

To see an English subtitled performance of Brel's Jef:
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:45am Hugo:

Colette! Magny! And from a fine blog, too!
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:47am north guinea hills:

@Paul, haha, rather creepy. I hope it was an Edward Scissorhands creation. (looks hedgy to me)
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:52am Drummer Some:

Thanks Thelma. I am planning on reading from your translation in the liner notes!
  Fri. 5/14/10 11:54am Paul Sherratt:


Don't you mean warm and ... wet ?
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