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September 24, 2010 Options
In case you were wondering, no, this show don't bow down
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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)

James P. Johnson 

A Negro Rhapsody
(Listen: Pop‑up)

The Original
James P. Johnson

(Smithsonian 1928)
Bobby Few  Donkey Dance   Options Few Coming Thru
(Sun 1977)
Hampton Hawes / Martial Solal  Three for Two   Options Key for Two
(Affinity 1968)
Alexander Von Schlippenbach  Prelude to a Magic Afternoon of
Miss Yellow Sunshine   Options
(Enja 1972)
Cooper-Moore  The People /
The Agony of This Feeling Felt   Options
Deep in the Neighborhood of History and Influence
(Hopscotch 1999)
Duke Ellington  Backward Country Boy Blues   Options Money Jungle
(Blue Note 1962)

Talkover Music:
George Gershwin (piano roll) 
Whispering   Options The Piano Rolls, Volume 2
(Nonesuch )

Eternal Buzz Brass Band 

Sounds Good
(Listen: Pop‑up)
Mr Confuse  Balkan Funk   Options Feel the Fire
(Legere/Groove 2009)

(Hot 8 Brass Band)
We Are the One   Options Remixes
(Tru Thoughts 2008)
Dejan's Olympia Brass Band  In the Upper Garden   Options New Orleans Street Parade
(MPS 1968)
Eureka Brass Band  Oh! Lady Be Good   Options New Orleans Funeral & Parade
(American Music 1951)
Sidney Bechet  Madame Bécassine   Options Sidney Bechet 1950
(Chronological Classics 1950)
Danny Barker  My Indian Red   Options Baby Dodds Trio: Jazz à la Creole
(GHB mid-1940s)

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

Max Massengo 

Mokono Antoine
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Max Massengo et le Negro Band
(Pathé Marconi/EMI 1976)
Kalambya Boys  Mwendwa Losi   Options Utanu (thanks to Likembe)
(Utanu (thanks to Likembe) )
Gozan Claver  Dje Anloudja   Options Doudou
(Ayoka )
Professor Bylledey et ses Kinhouandes  Gbo Yeye   Options Offensive Culturelle
(LIR 1982)
The Strangers  Onye Ije   Options

The World Ends:
Afro Rock & Psychedelia
in 1970s Nigeria

(Soundway )
Metropolitan Master Mix Brass Band  Praise   Options Amansan Montie
(Cortei Productions )

Talkover Music:
Secret   Options Master of Percussion:
Volume 1: Africa
(Follow Me 2003)

John Coltrane 

Chasin' the Trane
(Listen: Pop‑up)
The Complete 1961 Village Vanguard Recordings
(Impulse! 1961)
Excerpt  John Coltrane, Alabama and Martin Luther King, Jr.   Options From the audio documentary
"Tell Me How Long Trane's Been Gone"
(Artist Owned/Steve Rowland )
John Coltrane  Alabama
(Watch this video)   Options
The Classic Quartet:
Complete Impulse! Studio Recordings
(Impulse! 1963)

Talkover Music:
Joe Henderson (w/Alice Coltrane) 
Water   Options The Elements
(Milestone 1973)

Thurston Harris 

Mr. Satan
(Listen: Pop‑up)
Little Bitty Pretty One
(Plaza ca. 1957)
Chuck Rives  Say I Love You   Options Downtown Rockin' at the Garden of Eden:
14 Raw & Wild Blues Rockers from the 1960s
(B Sharp 1965)
Willie Walker  You Name It, I've Had It   Options b/w You're Running too Fast
(Checker 1968)

(Barbara Acklin)
Fool, Fool, Fool (Look in the Mirror)   Options Loves Makes a Woman
(Brunswick 1968)
Billy Stewart  Strange Feeling   Options b/w Sugar and Spice
(Chess 1963)
The Intruders  Mother and Child Reunion   Options Cowboys to Girls:
Best of the Intruders
(Legacy 1973)
Terry Huff & Special Delivery  Poochie   Options The Lonely One
(Mainstream 1976)
Brenton Wood  Trouble   Options Baby You Got It
(Double Shot 1967)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 9/24/10 9:05am annie:

  Fri. 9/24/10 9:06am Bill:

Potato pancakes are worth shouting about.
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:09am Drummer Some:

Pass the mint jelly Annie! Morning Bill!
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:10am annie:

this time of year .. yup hot and buttery
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:11am still b/p:

Floppy flapjack style or latke-like?
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:12am Drummer Some:

It's going to be 90°F again today here in P-burgh. There are stink bugs EVERYwhere. Apparently, they only stink if you squish 'em. The odor attracts MORE stink bugs!
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:12am annie:

latke style
crispy and hot!
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:19am Lisa from brooklyn:

Hellow from Brooklyn. But working in NYC today, sniff, not Brooklyn. Do we have stink bugs in Brooklyn? Stinky cats, maybe.
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:20am Hugo:

I thought I heard Bobby Few ...
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:20am Drummer Some:

God I love the sound of scratchy records captured digitally.

Howdy Lisa! I miss Brooklyn.

Few is many, Hugo.
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:22am Franklin:

That's how I like my stink bugs, crispy and hot. As my daughter says "you ain't got no pancake mix!" (Some day I'll even figure out what it means.) Love the James P. Johnson.
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:23am Drummer Some:

Hey Franklin!
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:23am Hugo:

More or less, Doug ...
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:27am annie:

somebody get that cat off the pianner!
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:28am Tom:

Give the pianist some!
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:29am Drummer Some:

Celebrating Coltrane's 84th (yesterday) coming up later in the show.

I will be playing an excerpt from that amazing Coltrane documentary I ran a few years back. Keep your ears peeled...
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:29am Franklin:

Punk rock!
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:30am still b/p:

Big that ("mass of an industrial refrigerator") vengeful Amur tiger last week.
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:31am annie:

word up doug; looking forward to any extra schedule tidbits you'd feel like sending our way..
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:33am Drummer Some:

OK Annie. Ellington next!
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:34am annie:

man,,, are we blessed!
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:35am Hugo:

Yeah, thanks for the Coltrane doc. A thing to be treasured ...
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:42am annie:

if anyone wants to win my heart, the sweet sounds of piano would be the way to do it.. (that's the secret...)
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:45am Toby:

Trane Lives!
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:50am Drummer Some:

Remember the good old days when the boys on the corner packing glocks were actually carry glockenspiels?
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:52am texas scott:

down and out today,Drummer Some.
Thanks for being that lone bright spot this week.
  Fri. 9/24/10 9:54am Drummer Some:

The uplift works both way, Texas Scott. So thank YOU.

Hey hey Toby!
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:01am north guinea hills:

Actually at work on a Friday. My last day w/ the Federal gov't. w00t!
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:07am joe:

this sleepy brass reminds me of the haggards... all merle haggard songs done in this style with a little zorny touch added...
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:08am dc pat:

man I could listen to this all day....what? did somebody kick the bucket?
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:09am Drummer Some:

At the end of this set will be that amazing track played during the montage scene during the season finale of The Treme. Baddest ass song evah.
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:10am rey:

Hi Doug,
Loving the Brass Band. Makes me long for next season of Treme. That whole Indian thing just fascinates me and the music every week is outstanding.
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:11am Drummer Some:

So glad you're aboard, Rey! You will remember fondly the song coming up after the next one.
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:13am still b/p:

When was it that Woody Allen used a version of this in a picture?
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:24am dc pat:

it's funny, half the usual commenters are over on Billy Jam's list and half are here. IT'S A WAR!
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:27am north guinea hills:

billy jam is on now? weird. didn't go straight to the wfmu page like usual.
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:27am Drummer Some:

All in the (FMU) family!
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:27am north guinea hills:

well, i could play both at the same time..
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:28am dc pat:

Yes ngh, THAT's the idea. Going to try it now...
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:29am dc pat:

dang, didn't work with my stupid windows set up. oh, well. I'll switch back and forth every 30 seconds.
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:31am texas scott:

Back on the warpath.
Join me this evening,for the Best of 2010's
Rock and Pop,so far.8 til 10 eastern.

  Fri. 9/24/10 10:31am trss:

hey, do you think 'traction' a reasonable antonym to 'distraction' ?
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:32am Drummer Some:

Onward and upward, Scott.
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:34am Drummer Some:

Questions like yours leave me gusted.
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:34am north guinea hills:

I have one on window on windows media, and the other on quickplayer
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:35am trss:

and gusto!
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:40am Drummer Some:

Killer brass band track from Ghana—courtesy of Listener Ed!—coming up song after next.
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:42am Carmichael:

Mornin' Doug, mornin' everyone.
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:44am Drummer Some:

Hiya Carmichael. Grab a bucket of potatoes and start peeling.
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:50am Jack:

Hi Doug, overslept. Damn! Still achiving the shows, I hope?
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:50am Listener Ed:

Hey Doug, the MMMBB sounds great over the Internet!
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:52am still b/p:

I hear many many many selections for the Perfect Someday Party Mix when I listen to this show.
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:53am Drummer Some:

Thanks to you, Ed. If you don't mind, share here in the comments the circumstances of you coming to have this wonderful music.
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:56am Carmichael:

I'll start in a' peeling. Hope you don't mind if I bring a slab of applewood smoked bacon.

This Praise sing sounds like what Kramer and Newman were listening to when they were making sausage in Jerry's apartment.
  Fri. 9/24/10 10:58am Listener Ed:

got it in Kumasi-- heard it blaring out of a CD vendor's booth
  Fri. 9/24/10 11:11am Drummer Some:

Coming up next is an excerpt from the brilliant documentary "Tell Me How Long Trane's Been Gone," which ran on Give the Drummer Some a few years back. I am playing the most compelling moment (to me) of the entire five-hour documentary.
  Fri. 9/24/10 11:16am ?:

Hey Mr. Drummer Some!
  Fri. 9/24/10 11:17am Randy:

oops forgot my name .lol
  Fri. 9/24/10 11:17am Drummer Some:

I thought your name was question mark (or marc).
  Fri. 9/24/10 11:19am Randy:

ha. How's Jess and Linc?
  Fri. 9/24/10 11:20am Rick:

Trane was just what I needed right now....
  Fri. 9/24/10 11:23am Drummer Some:

Randy: Everyone's off to school today but me. Of course, this show is my classroom.
  Fri. 9/24/10 11:29am Listener Dave from NH:

Tell Me How Long Trane's Been Gone is so so good. It's my go-to playlist for long drives.
  Fri. 9/24/10 11:30am jk:

I have one of those marathon copies, I love it!
  Fri. 9/24/10 11:36am Drummer Some:

Bless you both, Listener Dave and jk.
  Fri. 9/24/10 11:39am Carmichael:

Hey Doug, when your show's over and the music continues, is that your server that's dishing up random tunes?
  Fri. 9/24/10 11:42am Drummer Some:

Yes, Carmichael. I have loaded the server with about 12,000 (and growing) tracks. There are a few parameters programmed in to have the server play tracks in certain combinations, but it is random within those parameters.
  Fri. 9/24/10 11:44am Alex in Illinois:

Crazy morning. At work here, I have a new Windows 7 PC that does NOT have RealPlayer installed on it. I tried installing from an approved package, and it did not install. I am listening to the show now by connecting to another PC that does have RealPlayer.

Is there a chance that in the future the stream will be in a format that works with Windows Media Player or wil provide its own pop-up player? THose have been working fine with other Online radio streams.
  Fri. 9/24/10 11:44am Carmichael:

Excellent. The playlist stops, but the music goes on!
  Fri. 9/24/10 11:46am Carmichael:

Alex, my computer has Quicktime (which I didn't know). I associated the file with it, and it worked like a charm. It's worth snooping around on your hard drive, or downloading it if work allows.
  Fri. 9/24/10 11:48am Drummer Some:

Alex, Windows Media Player should definitely play the stream. Please send a request for assistance to WFMU's friendly stream team:
  Fri. 9/24/10 11:50am Drummer Some:

This song is for all the Poochie's out there.
  Fri. 9/24/10 11:53am Alex in Illinois:

A windows Media player version of the stream is available only for listening to the main WFMU stream. If I click on the link for your show, a file called wfmu_drummer.pls is downloaded. .pls is not a format handled by Windows MEdia Player.
  Fri. 9/24/10 11:56am Drummer Some:

Alex, I am a Mac/iTunes guy, so I never encountered that issue. Please do send your comments to the stream at WFMU. They may be able to provide you with a workaround or some other solution.
  Fri. 9/24/10 11:59am Hugo:

If it may be of help, the URL for the stream is as follows:
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