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Options October 23, 2016: #200

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Approx. start time
The Roscoe Mitchell Art Ensemble  Tatas-Matoes   Options Congliptious  Nessa  1968     
 
Music behind DJ:
Sun Ra 
The Perfect Man   Options My Brother the Wind, Vol. I  Saturn Research      0:02:51 ()
John Handy & Ali Akbar Khan  Ganesha's Jubilee Dance   Options Karuna Supreme  MPS Records  1976    0:07:10 ()
The Revolutionary Ensemble  Chinese Rock   Options The People's Republic  Horizon Records & Tapes  1976    0:16:12 ()
Bill Evans  Second Time Around   Options Quintessence  Fantasy  1977  (rec. 1976)  0:22:43 ()
Charlie Haden & Hampton Hawes  This Is Called Love   Options As Long as There's Music  Artists House  1978  (rec. 1976)  0:25:35 ()
Larry Karush & Glen Moore  Transit Boogie   Options May 24, 1976  Japo Records  1976    0:34:23 ()
Anthony Braxton with Muhal Richard Abrams  Maple Leaf Rag   Options Duets 1976  Arista  1976    0:38:33 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Dick Khoza 
Lilongwe   Options Chapita  The Sun  1976    0:41:41 ()
Gil Evans Orchestra  King Porter Stomp   Options There Comes a Time  RCA  1976    0:47:52 ()
Steve Reid  Center of the Earth   Options Rhythmatism  Mustevic Sound  1976    0:51:17 ()
Hans Koller & Wolfgang Dauner ‎  Scarlet   Options Free Sound & Super Brass  MPS Records  1976    0:56:09 ()
George Otsuka  Naima   Options Physical Structure  Three Blind Mice  1976    1:01:39 ()
Herbie Hancock  Canteloupe Island   Options Secrets  Columbia  1976    1:10:10 ()
Parliament  Cosmic Slop   Options Hardcore Jollies  Warner Bros.  1976    1:17:07 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Chaz Jankel 
To Woo Lady Kong   Options         1:23:23 ()
Joe Bataan  Sadie   Options The Lost Sessions (New York 1976)  BGP  2010  (rec. 1976)  1:28:46 ()
Johnnie Taylor  Disco Lady   Options Eargasm  Columbia  1976    1:31:47 ()
Junior Walker & The All Stars  I'm So Glad   Options Hot Shot  Soul  1976    1:36:04 ()
Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band  Sunshower   Options Dr. Buzzard's Original "Savannah" Band  RCA Victor  1976    1:39:30 ()
Stevie Wonder  I Wish   Options Songs in the Key of Life  Tamla  1976    1:43:20 ()
Leong Lau  Soul Baby   Options Dragon Man  Sunscape  1976    1:47:51 ()
David Bowie  TVC15   Options Live Nassau Coliseum '76  Rhino  2016  via Who Can I Be Now? [1974-1976]  1:53:20 ()
Aretha Franklin  Something He Can Feel   Options Sparkle  Atlantic  1976    1:58:49 ()
Bryan Ferry  Casanova   Options Let's Stick Together  Island  1976    2:04:26 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Natural Food 
Fair Breeze on Buzzard's Bay   Options         2:07:20 ()
Fela  Kalakuta Show   Options Kalakuta Show  Kalakuta  1976    2:13:10 ()
Sahara All Stars Band Jos  World People   Options Sahara All Stars of Jos  EMI  1976    2:26:39 ()
The Lijadu Sisters  Cashing In   Options Danger  Afrodisia  1976    2:37:30 ()
Peter King  Omo Lewa   Options Omo Lewa  Orbitone  1976    2:43:15 ()
Sweet Talks  Mampam Sukuruwe   Options The Kusum Beat  Philips-West African-Records  1976    2:50:28 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Dudu Pukwana & Spear 
Flute Music   Options Flute Music  Caroline  1975    2:53:15 ()
Max Romeo & the Upsetters  War ina Babylon   Options War ina Babylon  Island  1976    2:58:21 ()
Big Youth  Every Nigga Is a Star   Options Natty Cultural Dread  Trojan  1976    3:02:15 ()
Bunny Wailer  This Train   Options Blackheart Man  Island  1976    3:05:37 ()
Burning Spear  2000 Years   Options Garvey's Ghost  Island  1976    3:14:13 ()
Mabrak  Lock's Talk   Options Drum Talk  Jigsaw  1976  aka Ital Talk - Liquid Talk  3:18:08 ()
The Abyssinians  There Is No End   Options Satta Massagana  Penetrate  1976    3:20:50 ()


Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 8:55am doctorjazz:

Expecting some revolutionary music today.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 9:02am listener james from westwood:

Morning, Jeff and all! You can ring my bell!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 9:07am Jeff Golick:

Good morning and welcome, welcome, @doctorjazz & @listener james!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 9:07am listener james from westwood:

Congrats on hitting your bicentennial!
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 9:13am Brian in UK:

Hey Boss, does this means a pay rise.

A fife 'n drum special.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 9:14am Jeff Golick:

Thanks so much, @ljfw. Couldn't have done it without you - believe you've been on board from the get-go.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 9:15am Jeff Golick:

Afternoon, @Brian in UK! Yes, Doug has doubled my salary.

Fife and drum next week.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 9:15am doctorjazz:

Man, Handy can play! Should sounds dated, but actually really fresh sounding!
And, Happy 200, Jeff!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 9:18am Jeff Golick:

Thanks, @doctorjazz! It does not compute for me that 1976 = 40 years ago. In 1976, for ex.., "forty years ago" meant 1936.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 9:20am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

“Vakra-Tunndda Maha-Kaaya Surya-Kotti Samaprabha
Nirvighnam Kuru Me Deva Sarva-Kaaryeshu Sarvadaa”

“वक्रतुण्ड महाकाय सुर्यकोटि समप्रभ
निर्विघ्नं कुरु मे देव सर्वकार्येषु सर्वदा”

'Fusions' of Indian 'Classical' & other forms too often sound contrived - but this works pretty well!
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 9:21am Brian in UK:

I took notes on the first show, still taking them.
Just spent time with Duke and Coltrane in a sentimental mood. Just right for this sunny day after having to bump start motorcycle with recalcitrant battery.
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 9:24am duke:

Hello D:Oers
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 9:27am doctorjazz:

This is the kind of stuff I remember from the mid 70's, which were a good time for "out" jazz, a pretty bad time for jazz in general. I was just starting to get into it (took a college course on jazz history by Chuck Israels at Brooklyn College that was eye opening for a Dead Head).
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 9:27am Jeff Golick:

Greetings to you @Revolution Rabbit Nov63!

Bless you, @Brian in UK, and please be safe on that motorbike.

Good morning, @duke!
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 9:33am Brian in UK:

My favourite psychedelic album Playback by Appletree Theatre has Chuck Israels playing lord knows how or why.
Still coming to grips with Bill Evans, though having seen him at Ronnie Scotts and got albums and CDs he is still eludes me at times.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 9:36am Jeff Golick:

Yeah, Evans can be slippery, despite sounding rather lovely at first blush most of the time. His consistency/sameness, coupled with large output, can put me off sometimes, but the guy could play.
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 9:37am Brian in UK:

Jeff, can you suggest a Johnny Hodges' primer?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 9:37am Jeff Golick:

+ good bass player can fit in anywhere. (Richard Davis/Astral Weeks perhaps the prime example?)
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 9:38am Jeff Golick:

You mean non-Ellington Hodges?
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 9:39am Brian in UK:

Well that is a good question, was Ellington in love with Hodges in the musical sense?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 9:40am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Living on the West Coast & working a CD store - the Ast. Mgr. became my friend & major straight-ahead Jazz mentor. I have yet to totally pick up on his adoration of Bill Evans - I probably just haven't slowed down enuff to listen...but the album 'Conversations w/ Myself' - where he plays solo & overdubs three parts - from being into Hendrix I understood immediately that he was composing in 'three dimensions' - putting all the parts together in his head like a one-man Brian Wilson Wrecking Crew. & of course he's on 'Kind of Blue'. The Bill Evans Trio of course is famously a thing...
I had no trouble being infected by my friend's enthusiasm for Charlie Haden...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 9:43am Jeff Golick:

@Brian: Yeah, they made beautiful music together, 40s & 50s.

@RRN63: Evans might be one of those dudes who suffers under the weigh of his reputation, and who can't ultimately live up to the adulation. Which is not to say he didn't make some of most beautiful music of the 20th century.
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 9:45am Brian in UK:

@Rev Rab to mix up Brian and Bill. Maybe he wasn't made for these times.
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 9:46am Brian in UK:

Jeff think it has to be something from the Ellington years, if it is possible to focus on one record.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 9:47am doctorjazz:

LOVE this Maple Leaf Rag!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 9:48am Jeff Golick:

When did The Sting appear - 74?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 9:50am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

@JeffG: ...which sounds a self-contradiction! - but that's how it can be...
@BrianUK: Maybe B & B in their melodic sensitivity reflected in their relation to the World - but Bill wasn't Far Out...Monk would be our man there, but my goof comparison for CrazyWise Monk to the Rawk world is Syd Barrett: just plain Different nervous systems giving us a glimpse into their worlds...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 9:54am doctorjazz:

www.discogs.com...

www.discogs.com...

Couple of Johnny Hodges Classics, under his name but very much Duke music. He also had some R&B stuff he did in the 50's

My take on Bill Evans, love the classic trio, there was some sort of telepathy between him and Scott Lafaro (b), Paul Motian (d), that he never quite got in later groups or recordings. As he got older, to my ears, he started to fall into those musical patterns and predictable lines, that wasn't obvious with the "classic" trio.
Just my $0.02
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 9:55am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

1976 - Punk was starting the great turnaround. I was on the cusp of going from superhero action figures to marijuana...maybe it was more gradual than it seems in recollection (always an introvert & late bloomer)...
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 9:56am Brian in UK:

Thanks, doc.

The Damned's New Rose (first UK punk single?) released 22nd October 1976. Close but no gobbing (spitting)
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 9:57am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Story always was Evans never quite got over Lafaro's early death.
Yup BrianUK.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 9:58am Andrew Waterloo:

1976 is in my great infinity before.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 9:59am doctorjazz:

Punk was opening up ears, disco was booming.
Very much a 1976 day here, trying to help my college daughter with chemistry, which I last looked at around that time.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 10:01am Jeff Golick:

I can second the "Side by Side" Hodges/Duke collab.

Hi hi hi, @Andrew Waterloo!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 10:03am doctorjazz:

The Evans trio with Lafaro could absolutely swing and float at the same time, a subtle way of playing "out", while never leaving harmony or rhythm.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 10:05am Jeff Golick:

Hey, I *think* the pledge-o-meter has moved during this show, so thanks to you (and you?), whoever you are, who contributed! (Happy to share your name on air, if you'd care to drop notice of it here.)
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 10:08am Brian in UK:

Just reserved Side by Side from our local library. Thanks doc and jeff.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 10:10am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Disco just seemed like it had taken over all media & venues & was never gonna go away. Where & when I was - that always seemed what the Punk reaction was about. Some lived the Depression & WWII, some LSD & Civil Rights - I feel like I lived thru Disco! It still represents all massive cultural wrong-headedness to me - altho' I know now the Urban experience was the opposite for many of those who were there - actually liberating. What was happening for Jazz then - probably parallels in terms of Fusion becoming the worst of both worlds (Rawk & Jazz) - but it still had some existence on the Charts, & there was respect for Musicianship? Punk & Jazz have a definite affinity - but the legacy on Rawk Criticism & Journalism - & general discourse of Punk seems to be that complaints about 'Musos' & Instrumentalists & Improvisors - is permanent...Some HipHop fans I have known have impressed me a lot w/ their knowledge of & appreciation of Jazz!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 10:14am Jeff Golick:

Keyboard sound not coming through enough in this Otsuka cut, unfortunately.

There was, I think, a very sublimated/subconscious racial conversation going on, too, in re disco/rawk divide, at least in the US.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 10:15am Jeff Golick:

(If not also a convo re sexual mores, gay/straight communities.)
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 10:17am Jeff Golick:

Coltrane only ten years gone in 1976.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 10:19am Jeff Golick:

It's possible this "Canteloupe Island" is an abomination, but it's also true that I like it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 10:22am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- such Racial issues tended to escape me *completely* as a school kid up here in 1070s NewHampshuh - but reminded of it also when everyone reflected on Prince this year. Already forgetting how HipHop blasted thru a lot of that... Where I was - it was the jocks & straights into Disco - & the druggies & freaks into Rawk...
& then I wonder exactly what year(s) I took out the Trane & Smithsonian comp. records from the local Library & fell into Jazz completely & finally for myself...I was fortunate to be mentored well & early enuff to be told that the 'Black people' had always been 'there' 1st - & I had better listen & learn!...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 10:22am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

19*70s - hah.
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 10:23am Brian in UK:

Bit like Light as a Feather by Return to Forever. Bought it when released. Probably early 70s. Jazz but not as we know it Duke.
  Sun. 10/23/16 10:26am Dean:

1976: First trip to London, where I bought first Pistols 45, saw Jane Asher in a play, and missed Gryphon at the Marquee by one night.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 10:28am Jeff Golick:

Hey, Dean! Thanks for the pledge, btw. I think my on-air TY was a tad too early for the west coast...
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 10:29am Brian in UK:

Music Fuh Ya' (Musica Para Tu) by Taj Mahal, lovely record from 1976. Warners Brothers were on good form around then.

Dean you like a funky Krumhorn then?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 10:29am doctorjazz:

That Smithsonian collection was Chuck Israel's text for our jazz history course, I loved it!
The racial thing in punk versus disco was a subtle thing, the "disco sucks" contingent where I grew up would tell you Motown and other 60's black music were great, but the music has somehow lost its way. A subtle keep them in their place thing, not conscious (mostly) to be sure.
  Sun. 10/23/16 10:30am Dean:

My pleasure, Jeff G.

Man, I sure wish I'd named one of my kids Funky Krumhorn.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 10:31am doctorjazz:

Taj Mahal was my entry point to all sorts of blues music, loved him.
  Sun. 10/23/16 10:33am Dean:

Come '84, I managed to hear Richard Harvey (leader of Gryphon) perform a recorder recital accompanied by Monica Huggett at Wigmore Hall.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 10:34am listener james from westwood:

The Sting = 73. I recall "The Entertainer" becoming a fixture in the bar of the restaurant in the Bronx where my family would go for pizza. My 4-year-old self would always ask for quarters so I could play that and "Band on the Run."
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 10:38am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Lester Bangs wrote of his surprise @ the negative reactions he got playing Otis Redding for Rawkers. Really? Strange waters... Fact is - I got Curtis Mayfield & the Staples out of that same library...& failed to relate @ the time - which seems amazing to me now! But I couldn't relate to the Eno yet either...back to my Who rekkids it was...
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 10:41am Brian in UK:

Dean, going to the Wigmore in December to see...
wigmore-hall.org.uk...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 10:42am Jeff Golick:

Sweet memory, @ljfw.

It's true that certain sounds just don't connect until we're ready to receive them -- sometimes decades later.
  Sun. 10/23/16 10:44am Dean:

From the West Coast standpoint, both punk and disco were responses to capital.

That will be one marvelous show, Brian in UK.
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 10:44am Brian in UK:

@Jeff, still waiting for prog-rock to manifest itself inside my head. No rush!!
The excuse that it was great musicanship never cut the mustard for me. I kind of like wonky singing and playing sometimes.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 10:46am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...George Clinton famously described Disco as like trying to make love w/ only the one stroke all the time...I think of 'The Filth & the Fury' & Lydon describing how what was happening in Society mid1970s just wasn't being expressed in the Culture. They actually used Reggae as a model for Rebellion...point being maybe that it wasn't all about Race & Disco as equivalents? There was more...Capital...It was too smooth - & I still observe those formative reflexes in myself...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 10:47am listener james from westwood:

@Jeff, that later connection thing was the case for me with the Monkees. In fact it was WFMU that helped me listen to them with new ears. At the same time I was playing "The Entertainer" as a kid, I was racing across the room to change the channel when "The Monkees" reruns came on. Weird that it didn't take for me then.
  Sun. 10/23/16 10:49am Dean:

A couple avenues to prog, Brian in UK: King Crimson's Red or Genesis's Lamb.

Speaking of disco, I picked up a near-mint copy of the Bee Gee's double live album for two bucks last weekend.
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 10:51am Brian in UK:

Think I bought Pleasant Valley Sunday. Good pop, is timeless whoever sings it. Witness the Archies.

Dean, have to admit that I have a single of The Court of the Crimson King (Parts 1&2) somewhere. Thought Supergrass' first album cover was similar to KC's first cover.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 10:52am Jeff Golick:

Double live was obligatory in 74/75/76. Pretty sure there was a law.
  Sun. 10/23/16 10:53am Dean:

Yeah, then Neil Young released Decade. Neither double nor live.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 10:55am Jeff Golick:

Debating whether there's enough show left to include Fela...
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 10:57am Brian in UK:

Black President, was that around then.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 10:57am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& now we have the term 'yacht rock' - made us crazy
...always wonder how much of the World had any idea about Fela @ the actual time!...
  Sun. 10/23/16 10:57am Dean:

Oh, god, not another debate.
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 10:58am Brian in UK:

Yacht is Dutch derivation.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 10:58am Jeff Golick:

Speaking of this time period, here's a movie plug: Adam Curtis' latest BBC doc, "HyperNormalisation," is another brilliant shot of mind-muddling historical recontextualizations. Highly recommended.

Non-UKers who use Chrome: the extension Beebs will re-geo-locate you to the UK so you can watch on the BBC iPlayer. (Sorry, license-payers.)
  Sun. 10/23/16 10:59am Doug Schulkind:

Happy Bicentenial, Jeff and all OUTbounders!!
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 11:00am Brian in UK:

I prostrate myself.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:00am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Nice BBC tip !
...Hell - @ the time, Reggae was still 'exotic' to most...
  Sun. 10/23/16 11:03am Dean:

By '75 Brinsley Schwarz (the band, not the guitarist) were no more.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:03am Jeff Golick:

Hey, @Doug! How you holding up, man? Between classes?
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 11:04am Brian in UK:

@Dean, Brinsley (the guitarist) has a guitar shop in West London, so I believe.
  Sun. 10/23/16 11:06am Dean:

Would visit if I ever had an opportunity to return. I met him here in Berkeley a couple years ago.
  Sun. 10/23/16 11:06am Doug Schulkind:

I'm at work today. I've cut back to one day of Triscuit stacking a week.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 11:07am listener james from westwood:

That Bowie track reminded me of a then still very new force resonating through the national consciousness in 1976: Saturday Night Live. Now remembering Aykroyd as Jimmy Carter talking an acid victim down by asking if he's got any Allman Brothers.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:09am Jeff Golick:

Good pt., @ljfw. Black Jeopardy, one of my fave recent sketches, was on again last night. Nice work.

Was surprised to see that Lady Gaga, for all of her talents, can't really dance.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:09am doctorjazz:

How would you use that beebs extension, if I may ask ignorantly?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:11am doctorjazz:

(this has been a show I can play through speakers, no complaints from family members, though I'll happily go back to headphones next week...)
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:12am Jeff Golick:

In Chrome, just search for "Chrome extensions." You'll end up at the Chrome store or something. Find "Beebs." There will be a button/prompt to add/activate the Beebs extension; activate it. You'll see a pink B up in the right hand corner of Chrome, clicking on it will take you to the BBC iPlayer page.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:12am doctorjazz:

Thanks, Jeff.
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 11:14am Brian in UK:

Must confess I find Ferry an elusive cove musically. Son called Otis, could have been Staten Island.
  Sun. 10/23/16 11:14am Doug Schulkind:

Gotta git back to it. Keep slaying all ears, Jeff!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:15am doctorjazz:

Head out to a Jets games in a bit, season pretty much over, if I only had known, Sex Mob in Manhattan in An apartment concert world have been the call... Oh well...
  Sun. 10/23/16 11:15am Dean:

I have a vague recollection of Ferry on a TV show hosted by Chip Monk. Also appearing, either Peter Gabriel or Ian Hunter. Vague...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 11:16am listener james from westwood:

@doc: Good football weather in East Rutherford today, so there's at least that!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:18am doctorjazz:

True... Should be fun anyway. Go with my rabid Jets fan teen daughter, good daddy daughter time.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:19am doctorjazz:

But, a parlor Sex Mob concert, not likely to happen again soon (probably sold out, though).
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 11:21am Brian in UK:

Have fun, doc.

Bought Gentleman around '75/76. It was reduced. Paid, in my hand and out the shop before drawing breath. He was disappointing live though.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:21am Jeff Golick:

(Belatedly) Thanks, Doug! Thanks for 200!

Speaking of Sex Mob, did people listen to Steven Bernstein on FMU yesterday?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:22am doctorjazz:

It was great! Anyone who didn't should catch it at some point in the archives.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:23am Jeff Golick:

I missed it, but Bernstein guest DJ'd on Bob Brainen's show: www.wfmu.org... -- izzat where you heard about the Sex Mob show, @doctorjazz?

Anyhoo, enjoy Gino and Gang Green, @doc. Thanks for being here!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:25am doctorjazz:

That's where I heard about it, I posted a link in the comments to the site one could make reservations for it. Easy o search it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:26am doctorjazz:

Seen Bernstein many times in many groups, loved every time.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:28am Jeff Golick:

Might have to go over time today...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 11:29am listener james from westwood:

Nobody here is gonna have a prob with that. Mayuko has the right idea!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:29am Jeff Golick:

Yeah, Mayuko should make that third hour a regular thing, methinks.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:30am Jeff Golick:

@Brian in UK: when did you see Fela live?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:31am coelacanth:

Good Morning Jeff and OUTies
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:32am Jeff Golick:

Hey-o, it's @coelacanth! How are you, old fish?
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 11:33am Brian in UK:

Guessing around 1979/80 at Brixton Academy.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:35am Jeff Golick:

Hmmm...I woulda thought that was still pretty prime Fela era.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 11:38am fred:

Hello Jeff and all. Just catching the end of the show, but better a bit than nothing
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:40am Jeff Golick:

Some @fred certainly better than no @fred - hi!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 11:41am fred:

Wow, is that the two hundredth D:O show already? I hope that pledge total will just to 200% in celebration
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:42am Jeff Golick:

Yeah, show #200! And we started bi-weekly. (If that means every other week and not twice a week. @ljfw?)
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:43am Jeff Golick:

Bi-monthly? Bi-curious?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:43am doctorjazz:

Fela, there's a show I'd like have seen...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:44am doctorjazz:

Gotta run, looking forward to part 2, happy Bicentennial, Jeff!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:44am Jeff Golick:

Things we haven't gotten to yet, 1976-wise: reggae set; Kraut set; punk/rawk set...upseetting.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:44am Jeff Golick:

Thanks, @doctorjazz!
Avatar Sun. 10/23/16 11:45am glenn:

bi weekly means you like both the boy weeks and the girl weeks.
Avatar Sun. 10/23/16 11:46am Polyus:

Somehow I never noticed how busy the drums are on this Lijadu Sisters song. Dude is working out.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:46am Jeff Golick:

That sounds about right, @glenn. Hiya!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:46am Jeff Golick:

Greets, @Polyus!
Avatar Sun. 10/23/16 11:47am glenn:

go cubs. go cleveland. frankly, i'm okay either way.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:48am Jeff Golick:

Yeah, I got no dog in that race, either. Just hoping for a good 7-gamer.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 11:56am fred:

@glenn: I'd rather have the cubs win it, so that we're done with the curse talk (until Epstein's biopic as exorcist is released). Plus I'm not sure Cleveland could survive two titles in a single year
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:56am Jeff Golick:

Whoops. Sorry! There was french toast in the kitchen...got a little carried away.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 11:56am listener james from westwood:

biweekly indeed = every other week!
  Sun. 10/23/16 11:57am Dean:

In 1976 Christopher Hogwood released his 4LP traversal of William Byrd's My Ladye Nevells Booke. It would make for one hell of a GTDR broadcast.
Avatar Sun. 10/23/16 11:58am Polyus:

As a supporter of on of Cleveland's division rivals, I am shamelessly on the Cubs bandwagon. Plus seeing Chief Wahoo plastered everywhere is going to get old fast.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 11:59am Jeff Golick:

Don't know it, @Dean - will have to investigate.

Thanks, @ljfw!

(Agreed re Wahoo, @Polyus.)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 12:00pm listener james from westwood:

Many thanks for the bi-show-tennial program!
Avatar Sun. 10/23/16 12:01pm glenn:

but cleveland is really, really good. they dismantled my jays fairly easily, as close as the scores were.
  Sun. 10/23/16 12:01pm Dean:

It has been superseded by Davitt Moroney's 7CD box of Byrd keyboard compositions.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 12:02pm fred:

@Polyus: good point re Chief Wahoo. They should get rid of that (and hire Chief Kooffreh instead)
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 12:05pm Brian in UK:

Yes, but live shows tended to ramble. Think prime Fela was say '73-'78 ish.

Great show, Jeff.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 12:06pm Jeff Golick:

My immense pleasure, @ljfw!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 12:07pm fred:

Kinda weird that this world series features both Tito and Theo, but on opposite sides
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 12:08pm Brian in UK:

Been wanting to play this all week.

Sipple out deh = it is frightfully dangerous chaps.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 12:11pm Jeff Golick:

Yup.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 12:15pm coelacanth:

the non-malevolent Bunny.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 12:16pm Jeff Golick:

You've read that Esquire mag feature on him, @coel?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 12:17pm Jeff Golick:

Great piece: www.gq.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 12:17pm coelacanth:

is that recent? i haven't read an esquire in a few decades.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 12:18pm Jeff Golick:

Uh...GQ, not Esquire duh.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 12:18pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...that moment when - you realize the voice on the early Wailers Studio One comp. you thot wuz Bob...
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 12:19pm Brian in UK:

Bunny's Cool Runnings' and 'Conqueror' are just sublime.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 12:20pm coelacanth:

i've bookmarked that. Thanks. i haven't heard or read anything about Bunny in - again, a few decades.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 12:22pm Jeff Golick:

The author, John Jeremiah Sullivan, is a wonderful writer. His comp PULPHEAD has some fab stuff in it.
Avatar 🎃 Sun. 10/23/16 12:23pm Brian in UK:

Great show, Jeff. Looks like you are here to stay.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 12:23pm coelacanth:

sweet. garvey's ghost is the album that threw me full-on into reggae. (i'd always liked Peter Tosh and black uhuru.)
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 12:25pm Jeff Golick:

They said it would never last.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 12:26pm coelacanth:

i'm glad you're running long anyway because i came so late; but now i'm especially joyed!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 12:28pm Jeff Golick:

Whoo! This cut, ironically, will be the end. Gotta take a kid to swim class. Be well, all, and thanks!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 12:29pm coelacanth:

Jeff, (@12:25) you mean reggae? (cuz it kinda didn't!)
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 12:30pm Jeff Golick:

Was thinking of this show, actually, but point taken.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 12:31pm coelacanth:

oh, haha!
- Thanks Jeff! and congratulations on your 200!

tchau
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/23/16 6:17pm Stanley:

Thanks, Jeff. That's me caught up
The Fela track was terrific.
As was the whole show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 10/24/16 9:52am Jeff Golick:

Hooray, @Stanley, and thanks!
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