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November 12, 2010 Options
A program for all you ole boo boos
(incomplete archive for this show due to rogue gerbils chewing a cable)
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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)

Silvio Caldas  Suburbana   Options Saudades
(Minidisc 1952)

(Trio Mocotó)
Não Va Embora   Options Trio Mocotó
(RGE 1973)
Zé Kéti  Vestido Tubinho   Options Sucessos de Zé Kéti
(Mocambo 1964)
Jorge Ben  Cosa Nostra   Options Jazz Potatoes: Hino do Flamenco
(Philips 1973)
Célia  Detalhes   Options Célia
(Continental 1972)
Walter Franco  Mixturação   Options Ou Não
(Continental 1973)

Talkover Music:
Afro Funky   Options Ritmo + Sabor
(EM late 1960s)

José Mojica y Rodolofo Hoyos  Preguntalselo a Ellas   Options Delores Del Rio y Mas...
( 1934)
Sabu  Bonco   Options


(Columbia 1958)
Generoso "Tojo" Jimenez  Besitos de Coco   Options Ritmo
(Kubaney 1960)
Alfredo Guttierez  Suavecito   Options Los Meros Meros de la Cumbia
(KDG )
Ranil y Su Conjunto Tropical  El Rondador   Options Ranil's Jungle Party
(Masstropicas 1970s)
Cortijo u Su Nuevo Combo  El Bochinche   Options Champions
(Coco 1975)
Chino Rodríguez y la Consagracíon  La Computadora   Options Cheung Mui
(Mary Lou 1976)

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

Jordin Ramin,
et. al. 
Jumping With Symphony Sid
Le Tup
Creative Love, However
C Jam Blues   Options
Morris Grants Presents J.U.N.K.
(Argo 1961)

Talkover Music:
Thelonious Monk 
Ruby, My Dear   Options Monk Alone: The Complete Columbia
Solo Recordings 1962-1968

(Columbia 1963)

Bill Ray  Hillbilly Beatnik   Options White Trash Rockers, Volume 2:
I Am an Ape

(Pan!c )

Billy Briggs
Sissy Song   Options Rock & Roll Country Style, Volume 1
(American Country Music )
Jim Hall  Station G.O.D.   Options Hillbillies With X Appeal
(HBR )
Tom Reeves  Primitive Love   Options Hey DJ! Play Some Country Boppers! Volume 1
(Hellllo Darol )
Buck Griffin  Stutterin' Papa   Options Hillbilly Hop, Volume 1
(Hop )
Jimmy Stayton  The Hep Old Frog   Options Twisted Tales from the Vinyl Wastelands,
Volume 2: Demented Rock & Roll
(Trailer-Park 1963)
Horace Heller  Hello World   Options Twisted Tales from the Vinyl Wastelands,
Volume 1: Hog Tied & Country Fried
(Trailer-Park )
Roy Drusky  New Lips   Options b/w Now
(Mercury 1967)
Dottie West (with 4-year-old Dale)  Mommy, Can I Still Call Him Daddy?   Options

Suffer Time

(RCA 1966)

Talkover Music:
Arkie Shibley 
Hot Woodpecker Rag   Options Hot Rod Race
(Collector )

Dreamtime  Duos/Dalbe 345   Options Double Trouble
(Reel )

Maurice McIntyre
Kcab Emoh   Options Humility in the Light of Creator
(Delmark 1969)
Lalo Schifrin  The Burning Candle   Options Sol Madrid (OST)
(MGM 1968)
Toshiyuki Miyama & His New Herd  San   Options Yamataifu
(Toshiba 1972)
Myra Melford & Han Bennink  The Maple Leaf Rag   Options Eleven Ghosts
(Hatology 1994)

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

Betty Everett & Jerry Butler  I Can't Stand It   Options Delicious Together
(Vee-Jay 1964)
Fontella Bass & Tina Turner  Poor Little Fool   Options Soulin', Volume 1
(Moonshine )
Betty Harris  I'm Evil Tonight   Options Soul Perfection Plus
(Westside )
Jaibi  You Got Me   Options b/w What Good Am I
(Kapp 1967)
Tommie Young  Everybody's Got a Little Devil in Their Soul   Options

Do You Still Feel
the Same Way

(Soul Power 1973)
Carol Jones  Don't Destroy Me   Options b/w Problem Child
(Mutt 1968)
Ruby Andrews  You Ole Boo Boo You   Options Black Ruby
(Zodiac 1972)

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

Listener comments!

  Fri. 11/12/10 8:58am que dough:

what appened to cumberland gap?
  Fri. 11/12/10 8:58am annie:

morning doug, i skipped out of the other class early, too much religion..
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:01am krunkfrawg:

suppose ya musta decided to leave ole cumberland alone
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:02am Drummer Some:

The show is actually NOT on yet. The happy gerbils at WFMU bit through the cord again. People are working on it...
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:03am krunkfrawg:

these transitions are on tilt!
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:05am annie:

happy to wait, mr drummer.
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:07am Drummer Some:

The opening theme is now running. Can you hear it good people?
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:08am Tom:

Coming through ... so far so good.
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:09am Drummer Some:

I am SO not a tech guy. WFMU tech hero Mike Adler fixed the problem from home. He's probably still in his PJ's (with the little rocket ships on them). All hail Mike Adler.
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:09am alan:

hey doug, its always nice to listen to the stream here in mexico city and then listen to my favorite NYC houseguest, John Tchicai, who stayed with me there in October. It all makes sense. So where's my morning atole??
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:11am Parq:

I persevered, and successfully arrived, for an hour and then I must off to work.
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:12am krunkfrawg:

hey annie, you like machaca?
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:14am annie:

not familiar, krunk.. 'splain..
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:16am Drummer Some:

Morning Parq; hey Alan (what are you working on these days?); top of the morning, Tom; always a pleasure, Annie; how's it hanging, Krunkfrawg?; Que Dough, you are the Holiest!
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:20am que dough:

dug, i'm diggin thess selections a rot. bach here at the nest, we been sweetly swayin to that rochereau dubble disque on sterns purdie much nonstop. top o' thee a.m.
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:23am Drummer Some:

Que Dough,
If you dig Rochereau, sink your backhoe into this baby:
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:24am Parq:

¡Viva Brasil!
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:25am Tom:

NYC based Drummer Some listeners will prob be interested in this, it looks esp good this year.

8TH ANNUAL globalFEST 2011
Sunday, January 9, 2011

Chamber Music: Ballaké Sissoko & Vincent Segal* - Elegant kora and cello dialogue between two string virtuosi. (Mali/France)

Creole Choir of Cuba - Entrancing songs and dances from Cuba’s Haitian community (Cuba)

Diblo Dibala – Fleet-fingered soukous guitarist leads a non-stop dance party (The Congo)

Kaumakaiwa Kanaka’ole# - Stunning Native Hawaiian ancestral songs from a youthful star (Hawai'i)

La-33 – Hard-hitting salsa dura, mambo and boogaloo from the streets of Bogotá (Colombia)

Mustafa Özarslan* - Frenzied Turkish, Alevi and Kurdish songs from a vocal maestro (Turkey)

Novalima – Modern DJ culture melds with Afro-Peruvian traditions (Peru)

Orquestra Contemporânea de Olinda – Red-hot mangue beat all-stars mix carnival frevo with rock, funk and ska (Brazil)

Pedrito Martinez Group – Afro-Cuban percussion phenom unites traditional batá-rumba with jazz, son and timba rhythms (NY/Cuba)

RAM –Vodou-infused rock from a Haitian icon (Haiti)
Red Baraat – Bangin’ dhol ‘n’ brass bhangra and funk (NY/India)

Rhythm of Rajasthan - Dynamic music and snake-charming dances from the birthplace of Gypsy culture (India)

Yoro Ndiaye* - The introspective side of Afropop's glittering mbalax (Senegal)
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:28am Drummer Some:

I remember seeing Diblo Dibala at SOB's back in the mid-'80s. That's a guy who likes his tempos brisk.
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:29am Elias:

I'm hearing static that doesn't sound like LP static. Doug, can you hear that? It may of course be in my Sanford and Son listening appartus.
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:31am que dough:

indeed, yer aim is true. done snapped that one up back in the day. likely my fav pic of bra on the cover
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:32am Drummer Some:

The audio I am monitoring has no static (though I do tend to play some fairly crappy MP3s from time to time). I have no way to monitor the stream itself, only my audio input. Anyone else hear the same thing?
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:33am Parq:

Didja hear that, Elizabeth? I'm comin' to join ya, honey! Con Brasileira!
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:33am Drummer Some:

Que Dough,
There is no question that the cover photo make the LP sound better.
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:33am Drummer Some:

Nice Red Foxx reference there, Parq!
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:34am Elias:

Not that I mind static, just wondering if it was some stream related wackiness. I'm not hearing it now, so maybe that particular track (just tuned in)
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:40am Parq:

Eli, I heard a little static when you posted before. It sounded surface-related to me.
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:41am Elias:

Methinks you are right.
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:42am que dough:

what instrument yer dotter play?
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:44am Drummer Some:

She plays the viola.
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:45am El Thatchmo:

Finally! Some Real Pipes!
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:49am annie:

krunk, you still here?
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:50am jill:

good morning, all!!!
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:56am Drummer Some:

Hiya Jill, glad to have you marching along. Grab a tambourine or something and strut.
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:56am seang:

yeah baby, que chevere!
  Fri. 11/12/10 9:57am Greg:

@Tom reviewed the comments from earlier and that globalfest line-up looks great. I'll be dancing on Jan 9.
  Fri. 11/12/10 10:06am Drummer Some:

Dig this salsa interpretation of computer sounds from 1976
  Fri. 11/12/10 10:07am Drummer Some:

Just found this in an interview with Chino Rodriguez:

"I remember a few songs on the first project that I think date the time. La Computadora was the first Latin recording to use a MOOG synthesizer. And Larry Harlow played it, he didn’t even know how to turn it on, it took about an hour, maybe more, to figure it out."
  Fri. 11/12/10 10:20am seang:

who's eating dark chocolate with me right now!
  Fri. 11/12/10 10:20am jill:

J.U.N.K. - How do i get to see these liner notes?
  Fri. 11/12/10 10:22am annie:

wonderful!!!! too funny.
  Fri. 11/12/10 10:23am Drummer Some:

Jill, give me a bit and I'll try to find them online.
  Fri. 11/12/10 10:26am Drummer Some:

Here are both covers of the J.U.N.K. record:

The liner notes are actually more funny than the album itself. Well amusing if not out and out openly "funny."
  Fri. 11/12/10 10:30am jill:

brilliant - thanks doug!
  Fri. 11/12/10 10:43am monica:

soundin' good in the neighborhood, doug. thanks for another faboo shoo.
  Fri. 11/12/10 10:46am Drummer Some:

Thanks Monica! If it passes your smell test, then I know it's safe to consume.
  Fri. 11/12/10 10:48am Drummer Some:

Now playing: Your garden variety country song about bestiality. Sorta.
  Fri. 11/12/10 10:52am seang:

this set is rockin big time
  Fri. 11/12/10 10:53am Lewis:

signing on - Fall weather is finally making an appearance here in CheeseLand... Rainy friday into a rainy weekend -> FMU and slow cooked food
  Fri. 11/12/10 10:55am Drummer Some:

Morning Lewis!
  Fri. 11/12/10 11:00am Jessie:

Lightening the mood of the professor preparing an exam review session -- along with the sun bouncing off the south slope -- hello world!! hello doug!!!
  Fri. 11/12/10 11:02am Brian Sanders:

Looks like the rain has set in here, Doug. Looking forward to a weekend of decorating! At least I have the wonders of Interent radio to compensate.
  Fri. 11/12/10 11:05am jill:

How appropriate that they call this album "Suffer Time" - that 4 year old voice, ouch
  Fri. 11/12/10 11:11am Drummer Some:

Hello Professor! Keep your ruler handy for those unruly students.
  Fri. 11/12/10 11:22am marcury:

Phew, finally made it!
  Fri. 11/12/10 11:23am Drummer Some:

There is a particularly devastating short film showing online about Kalaparusha. It will make you very sad, but it is well worth watching (after the show, of course):
  Fri. 11/12/10 11:25am Drummer Some:

Hiya Marcury. Are you in retrograde?
  Fri. 11/12/10 11:27am marcury:

Nope. forward ever forward!
  Fri. 11/12/10 11:28am Drummer Some:

Then you should be called Sharkury.
  Fri. 11/12/10 11:57am still b/p:

Computer freeze and sidelining tasks (3 guys pulling a slightly errant arrow out of a door -- really!) made me miss the first few in this set....frack the fritzenraggisfratzer....
  Wed. 11/17/10 8:09am Paul Sherratt:

Cracking list. I was away from any machine.
Exterminate all rogue gerbils!

PS. Alfredo Guttierez, his 'Cumbia Serrana' is a big favourite around here.
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