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October 1, 2010 Options
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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)

Moacyr Bueno Rocha e Orquesta de Concertos Columbia 

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Saudades Da Minha Terra
(Evocação 1932)

(Bando Da Lua)
Negócios de Família   Options O Bando Da Lua
(Evocação 1935)
Carmen Miranda  Blaque-Blaque   Options The Brazilian Recordings
(Harlequin 1940)
Airton Barbosa/Chico Buarque  Severino-o Rio-Notícias
do Alto Sertão   Options
Morte e Vida Severina (OST)
(Discos Marcus Pereira 1977)
Os Tremendões  Sigo Só   Options Os Tremendões
(Som Major 1970)
Ruban  Debandada Geral   Options b/w Tá Tudo Ai
(Tapecar 1971)
Os Megatons  Só Penso Em Meu Bem   Options b/w Só Penso em Meu Bem
(Rosemblit 1967)

Talkover Music:
Nicola Conte 
Forma 2000   Options Bossa Per Due
(ESL 2000)

Mahotella Queens 

Sonny Boy
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Meet the Mahotella Queens
(Motella 1966)
Martha Mdenge & Harmony Crotchets  Tell Me How Long the Train's
Been Gone   Options

Music Was Born
in Africa

(Trutone 1956)
Paulus Masina  Umalusi   Options Greatest Accordion Hits, Volume 3
(Gogo )
Marks Mankwane & His Alto Sax  Khupa Marama   Options Let's Move With Makhona
(Motella 1967)
Zorro Five  Good Books   Options Jump Uptight
(Brigadiers 1970)
Dennis Mpale  Orlando   Options Next Stop... Soweto, Volume 3:
Giants, Ministers, and Makers: Jazz In South Africa 1963-1984
Dudu Pukwana, Bob Stuckey, et al.  Jauana's Dream   Options Night Time Is the Right Time: '60s SOHO Sounds
(Cadillac ca. 1967)

Talkover Music:
Oliver Sain 
Night Time   Options St. Louis Breakdown:The Best of Oliver Sain
(AVI early 1970s)

Hank Williams  I Can't Help It (If I'm
  Still In Love with You)
Panhandle Rag
Gathering Flowers for the
  Master's Bouquet
Bill Cheatam
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Mother's Best Transcriptions
(n/a 1951)
Mr. Sunshine & His Guitar Pickers  Marijuana, the Devil's Flower   Options b/w There's Something Nice About You
(R.F.D. 1951)

(Wade Ray)
Burned Fingers   Options Things I Might Have Been
(B.A.C.M. 1952)
Emery Blades  The Rock and Roll Carpenter   Options Ohio Rockabilly
(Hamilton 1957)
Emmy Oro & her Rhythm Escorts  A Fish House Function   Options Ordinary Rockin' Girls
(Collector 1960)

Talkover Music:
Arkie Shibley 
Mountain Dew Stomp   Options Hot Rod Race
(Collector 1950)

Bohemian Vendetta 

Riddles & Fairytales
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Bohemian Vendetta
(Mainstream 1968)
Kali Bahlu  A Cosmic Telephone Call from the Angel Liesle and the Buddha   Options Cosmic Remembrance
(World Pacific 1967)
Thanasis Gaifilias & the Anakara  Vounishi Kai Thalssino   Options


(Lyra 1971)
Poesie Und Musik  Verkündigung Des Gesetzes Des Stärkeren   Options Ein Mensch Kam Zur Welt
(Mood 1979)
Emmanuel Dilhac  Un Piege   Options Entre Ombre et Lumiere
(ED 1979)
Kourosh Yaghmaie  Hajm-e Khaali   Options Forge Your Own Chains:
Heavy Psychedelic Ballads and Dirges 1968-1974
(Now Again )

Talkover Music:
Taboo   Options The Solid Sounds of the 8-Piece Brotherhood
(Manteca 1999)

22 Band 

Sekou N'Fa
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(Syliphone 1980)

Leyla   Options b/w Paiz
(Ahang Rooz )
Ofege  Majic Music   Options Higher Plane Breeze
(Polydor 1977)

Talkover Music:
Bud Powell 
Comin' Up   Options The Scene Changes
(Blue Note 1958)

Ray & His Court 

De Eso Nada Monado
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¡Cuban Funk Experience! Funky Sounds from Cuba & Miami 1973-1988
(Nascente )
Jack Costanzo  Introduction
Learn the Martillo   Options
Learn to Play Bongos with "Mr. Bongo"
(Liberty 1961)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 10/1/10 9:00am Marcury:

Here we go! From Pittsburgh to Ulster County and back.
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:00am annie:

yes, i'm early... molasses cookies computer this am.. very slow browsers.. good morning doug!
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:01am ?:

Marcury wins the gold star! (You've relinquished your crown, Annie.)
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:03am annie:

sharing is fine...
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:04am Marcury:

First Time I've been able to listen for an extended period on the stream. I'm excited!
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:04am texas scott:

still hearing the stream,Doug.not the usual theme.
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:05am texas scott:

ok,there it is.
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:06am annie:

morning TS... sorry i missed out last week.. i'll be listening tonight.
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:06am ?:

Thanks Texas Scott. Not sure why it kicked back to the stream. I wouldn't have noticed! You're a light sabre, uh, life saver.
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:08am texas scott:

not on tonite,AA.takin' a break.
renaming and re-tooling.
Future show =Shake Hands With Danger Radio.TBA
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:08am Jack:

Lot's o' rain here...
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:11am still b/p:

Tapped in several minutes late, and heard very first notes of open theme. If only EVERYthing worked that way when tardiness ties the shoes together.
(Level hot -- digital peak distorto-clicks.)
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:11am listener james from westwood:

Ditto on the rain here. Good get-things-done-inside weather. Though at least I'm not sprinting toward a deadline today!
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:11am annie:

i hear a sinus-y condition mr drummer..
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:12am annie:

gotcha ts..
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:13am Paul Sherratt:

I'm hearing something which sounds as if was recorded getting on for eighty years ago ... that's a very good thing !
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:16am Drummer Some:

Less sinus-y than chest-y, at this point, Annie. My lungs got jealous of my inflamed nasal passages. The medicine is entering through the ears right now...
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:16am trs:

Good morning music to one and all- rain, sun, time leaning this way and that.
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:17am Paul Sherratt:

Found this very Carmen Miranda album in a charity shop. The former owner must have passed on ...
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:20am Drummer Some:

Coming up later in this set is a track by the Brazilian rockers Os Megatons. How cool is that? ('Cause as we all know, the name makes the band.)
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:24am texas scott:

I dig those Portuguese bands.
Any band name that begins with "Os" turns out to be pretty trippy.
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:25am texas scott:

...or Brazilian.
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:29am still b/p:

Still seems cranked enough to be spitting some distortion on the peaks, Doug. Anyone else gettin'' that??
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:33am Tom:

Sprinted 10 miles, climbed a small mountain, and dodged the crocs, but I made it.
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:34am trs:

Sounds sound good to me.

As does the additional one hr live time slot.
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:34am Paul Sherratt:


The Os method is a good one. Take Os Karimbas from '60's Angola for instance !
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:35am texas scott:

  Fri. 10/1/10 9:36am dc pat:

Drummer Some: have you become a Pirates/Steelers/Pens fan yet? My wife's family is from near PGH and I never hear the end of it...
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:38am still b/p:

Turned the player down -- better. Had to turn it up for things in the regular studio stream.
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:39am Marcury:

Quite a bit of distortion now
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:42am Drummer Some:

still b/p:
Thanks for the audio tips. I really need the feedback from you folks. Thanks again to Texas Scott, who alerted me that the stream kicked back in at the beginning of the show.
dc pat:
I AM a huge fan of the Pirate's ballpark. Gorgeous! To register to vote in Pittsburgh, you have to get a Steelers tattoo on your left butt cheek. It's true! (No, no it's not.)
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:46am Tom:

What is it with Steelers fan and their basements?
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:46am dc pat:

yeah, your stream seems to be up to about 12.

Yeah, I keep hearing the new(ish) stadium is great. There's no tolerance in PGH for any other teams for sure. I get mean looks from the in-laws even when I cheer for Penn State (and not Pitt).
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:49am Drummer Some:

Not sure why the level is so hot. All my readings are in the green and clicked to the same spots as usual. Must be Tropical Storm Nicole's fault.
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:49am monica:

damn, what is this zorro five melody? mornin', doug! that martha madenge was great. thanks for the DL link!
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:50am Tom:

PNC Park looks gorgeous on TV. Now they just need a team to go along with it.
  Fri. 10/1/10 9:57am Drummer Some:

Hey Monica! I've got 100 reasons I'm glad you're listening.
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:13am dc pat:

  Fri. 10/1/10 10:15am dc pat:

  Fri. 10/1/10 10:16am Paul Sherratt:

  Fri. 10/1/10 10:18am jill:

I like cornmeal + panko on my fish fry
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:19am dc pat:

gotta be clean for chrissakes. When I was little we use to eat cornbread shaped like corn cobs and covered with Karo syrup.
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:21am Paul Sherratt:

May I pitch you all this ?
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:21am Drummer Some:

When Hank's over, we have a song about a very different kind of plant...
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:22am Alex in Illinois:

Last week, Hugo provided me with the URL for this show, so I am now able to listen using MS Media Player. THanks Hugo!
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:23am Drummer Some:

Listener Hugo in Norway is blessing.
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:23am jim:

heavens! brown biscuits!
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:24am Marcury:

Mmmm, biscuits and other plants.
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:24am Paul Sherratt:

>>a very different kind of plant...

That might possibly be a Cary Swinney song ...
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:24am dc pat:

biscuits, cornbread, greens, blackeye peas, green beans with ham in it....and bourbon.
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:25am texas scott:

W E E D !
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:25am dc pat:

and my Mom hates country music because she's afraid people will think she's a hic--she's from Louisville.
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:27am texas scott:

hey dc pat,pass the peas,son
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:27am Drummer Some:

The first-ever utterance of "Just Say No"??!!
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:28am still b/p:

Thet there sponsor flogging is funny, and has a real nice comforting flavor of nostalgia, but good gosh, even by today's benchmarks of commercial overload, those boys was haulin' quite a packed wagonload of naggin' on Mother's behalf.
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:37am annie:

and what i heard at the end there was the chicken feed... antibiotics?? hhmm.. had no idea they started that way back when.. and what the hell is c-57 ??
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:40am Alex in Illinois:

Chicken feed with growth hormone too! Hoooo Weee!
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:41am annie:

sorry about that soap-box. i thought i left it out in the mud-room)
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:42am Alex in Illinois:

Marijuana, the Devil's Flower? I've never seen them bloom before. Maybe he really means Devil's Flour, which you use to make Devil's food cake.
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:44am Drummer Some:

Clearly, Kali Bahlu did not head the warnings about the Devil's flower.
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:44am annie:

or alice b toklas brownies
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:45am Bill:

This work stuff has been cutting in to my listening time. I missed the devil's flour and the cake.
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:51am El Thatchmo:

Talk about Ridiculocity!
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:52am Marcury:

Ahh yes the Reincarnation Evaporated Milk Hour with Kali Bahlu.
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:52am dc pat:

This is freakin amazing!
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:57am still b/p:

Whoo. Was studio time so crazy cheap, or was there some bartering of herb, cool shirts, books, home-made jewelry and special hammock sharing to get that produced for Kali & crew?
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:58am David Manudad:

ich libe diese krazy teutono-pop
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:58am Alex in Illinois:

So that's what Budha puts in his coffee.
  Fri. 10/1/10 10:59am trs:

Deutsch has good rhythm.
  Fri. 10/1/10 11:01am Marcury:

That and Splendid Compassion sweetner
  Fri. 10/1/10 11:08am Drummer Some:

On to Iran, next...
  Fri. 10/1/10 11:14am jk:

  Fri. 10/1/10 11:19am Marcury:

Whirled Music?
  Fri. 10/1/10 11:21am jk:

all you had to do was ask for Leyla, Doug
  Fri. 10/1/10 11:21am Paul Sherratt:

Music of the whirled, ahem.
  Fri. 10/1/10 11:24am jk:

and check your email
  Fri. 10/1/10 11:24am Marcury:

I stand corrected, this crazy mixed up whirled
  Fri. 10/1/10 11:34am Paul Sherratt:

How the whirled was created :
  Fri. 10/1/10 11:34am Drummer Some:

I can't believe you just did that! Interfookinactive!
  Fri. 10/1/10 11:38am raissa:

as ever drummer some sounding rexellent, thanks doug.
  Fri. 10/1/10 11:38am jk:

music is best when shared
this is from a single on the Ahang Rooz label, can't find a picture online but it has a green cover with his face
  Fri. 10/1/10 11:38am Paul Sherratt:

  Fri. 10/1/10 11:39am Drummer Some:

That wonderful "Leyla" track was provided on the spot by the host of the wonderful WMBR show The Intercontinental:
  Fri. 10/1/10 11:41am jk:

Paul, that's a different single, another good one though!
thanks for the plug Doug
  Fri. 10/1/10 11:43am Paul Sherratt:

Just wanted to put a face to the song !
Doug, this is one of those shows ...
  Fri. 10/1/10 11:47am jesse:

you are too kind, thanks to you Doug
  Fri. 10/1/10 11:50am annie:

i'm out in search of the most local beer i can get.. 5 miles away.. oh, and shoelaces..
  Fri. 10/1/10 11:51am annie:

  Fri. 10/1/10 11:51am Drummer Some:

But Annie, there'll be a bongo quiz next week!
  Fri. 10/1/10 11:54am Bob:

Wait, I hadn't perfected a sharp clear sound, and wasn't ready for this next track!

Will you be able to post (or point us to) the pictures he's referring to?
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