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The finest in Micronesian doo-wop, Appalachian mambo, Turkish mariachi, pygmy yodeling of 
Baltimore, Portuguese juju, Cajun gamelan, tuba choirs from Mozambique, Inuit marching bands, 
Filipino free jazz, Egyptian kabuki theater, and throat singers of the Lower East Side.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time

Music behind DJ:
Sarah Webster Fabio 

Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues   Favoriting

Jujus: Alchemy of the Blues 

Folkways 

1976 

 

Music behind DJ:
ECD 

In Tempo   Favoriting

Major Force: The Original Art-Form 

Mo' Wax 

1990 

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Wilbur Sweatman's Original Jazz Band  Has Anybody Seen My Corrine   Favoriting b/w Dallas Blues  Columbia  1918  0:08:10 (Pop-up)
Ladd's Black Aces  I'm Just too Mean to Cry   Favoriting b/w Gypsy Blues  Gennett  1921  0:11:14 (Pop-up)
The Cotton Pickers  Got to Cool My Doggies Now   Favoriting b/w I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate  Brunswick  1922  0:14:22 (Pop-up)
Fulcher's Novelty Orchestra  Black Cat Blues   Favoriting b/w The Eskimo Song  Okeh  1923  0:16:35 (Pop-up)
Bernie Cummins & His Orchestra  Poplar Street Blues   Favoriting b/w (I Like Pie, I Like Cake, But) I Like You Best of All  Gennett  1925  0:19:09 (Pop-up)
Ruben "River" Reeves & His River Boys  Texas Special Blues   Favoriting b/w Blue Sweets  Vocalion  1929  0:21:37 (Pop-up)
Red Perkins & His Dixie Ramblers  Hard Times Stomp   Favoriting b/w Minor Blues  Champion  1931  0:24:42 (Pop-up)
 
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Music behind DJ:
George Barnes 

Aren't You Glad You're You   Favoriting

The Uncollected George Barnes and His Octet 

Transcription Disc Q-224 

 

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Lucas Rodrigues Junot  Fado Corrido de Coïmbra   Favoriting b/w Fado Rezende  Columbia  1927  0:33:25 (Pop-up)
Madalena de Melo  Fado Armandinho   Favoriting Arquivos do Fado, Volume 3: As Fadistas de Lisboa (1928-1931)  Tradisom  1928  0:36:13 (Pop-up)
Alberto Xavier Pinto  Fado Do Paraizo   Favoriting b/w Fado dos Sonhos  Brunswick  1929  0:38:50 (Pop-up)
Fernando Farinha  Descrença   Favoriting b/w Sempre Linda  HMV  1940  0:45:27 (Pop-up)
João Tudella  Vairacões em Mi   Favoriting Fados e Guitarras Portugesas  Gallotone  1955  0:49:15 (Pop-up)
Carlos Ramos  Vielas da Alfama   Favoriting Carlos Ramos Em Alta Fidelidade  Columbia  1958  0:45:33 (Pop-up)
Manuel Vicente  Fado Mineur   Favoriting Traditional Music of Portugal  Auvidis  1972  0:52:37 (Pop-up)
 
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Music behind DJ:
Ernst Reijseger 

Longing for a Frozen Sky   Favoriting

Requiem for a Dying Planet: Sounds for Two Films by Werner Herzog 

Winter & Winter 

2006 

0:55:47 (Pop-up)
Male quartet from Nuoro  Pastoral Sounds / Nonmi Giamedas Maria   Favoriting Traditional Songs and Dances of Sardinia  Saydisc    1:04:02 (Pop-up)
Four unidentified male singers  Sus Tenores A Ballu   Favoriting Italia Volume 1: I Balle Gli Strumenti I Canto Religioso  Albatros  1955  1:06:53 (Pop-up)
Tenores Corrias di Orgosolo  Duos On Sus Coros   Favoriting Canto a Tenore Musica Strumentale  Rai Sardegna  1956  1:09:57 (Pop-up)
Tenores Di Bitti Remunnu e' Locu  Cantu A Boche Note - S'Incontru Fortunadu   Favoriting Romanzesu  Amori  1993  1:12:33 (Pop-up)
Tenores de Oniferi  Serenada de Ierru   Favoriting A S'Omine  Rockhaus Blu Studio  1999  1:19:33 (Pop-up)
Tenores Di Neoneli  Sa Ereta   Favoriting D@e Coro  Edizioni Musicali III Millennio  2003  1:23:27 (Pop-up)
 
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Music behind DJ:
Moondog 

Moondog's Symphony Timberwolf (pt. 1)   Favoriting

b/w Moondog's Symphony Sagebrush (pt. 2) 

SMC Pro-Arte 

1950 

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Toudie Heath  Maulana   Favoriting Kawaida  O'Be  1969  1:36:22 (Pop-up)
Steve Reid  Deacon's Son   Favoriting Odyssey of the Oblong Square  Mustevic Sound  1977  1:49:26 (Pop-up)
 
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Music behind DJ:
The Whitefield Brothers 

Prowlin'   Favoriting

In the Raw 

Soul Fire 

2002 

2:08:40 (Pop-up)
Ofo The Black Company  Beautiful Daddy   Favoriting b/w Allah Wakkbar  Decca  1972  2:11:52 (Pop-up)
Atangana Pascal  Ye Mot Ai Kare Mot   Favoriting Ye Mot Ai Kare Mot  Disques Cousin  1979  2:15:28 (Pop-up)
Verckys et l'Orchestre Vévé  Bassala Hot (pt. 1)   Favoriting b/w Bassala Hot (pt. 2)  Zadis  1975  2:22:39 (Pop-up)
 
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Music behind DJ:
Fela Aníkúlápó-Kuti & Afrika 70 

Yellow Fever   Favoriting

Yellow Fever 

Afrodisia 

1976 

2:30:13 (Pop-up)
Gin & The Gents  Boy and Girl   Favoriting b/w Dreams for Sale  Eldorado  1967  2:35:05 (Pop-up)
Leonard Lee  Since You've Been Gone   Favoriting b/w I'm a Poor Boy (With Millions)  Broadmoor  1967  2:39:12 (Pop-up)
The Montclairs  Beggin' Is Hard to Do   Favoriting b/w Unwanted Love  Paula  1972  2:42:11 (Pop-up)
Spice  Reach Out (I'll Be There)   Favoriting b/w I Need a Man  Cle An Thair  1972  2:46:56 (Pop-up)
Kool Blues  Why Did I Go   Favoriting b/w (I'm Gonna) Keep on Loving You  Capsoul  1972  2:49:45 (Pop-up)
March Wind  Until I Lost You   Favoriting Written in Their Soul: The Stax Songwriter Demos  Craft    2:52:44 (Pop-up)
Son of Darkness  How Much I Love You   Favoriting b/w Funky Thing  P&G  1972  2:55:32 (Pop-up)
 
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Music behind DJ:
John Lee Hooker 

Stand By   Favoriting

I Feel Good 

Jewel 

1970 

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Listener comments!

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PAULS:

hello?
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Sem:

Good morning, Drummer Doug, and Pauls. The beat goes on.
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Doug Schulkind:

Hello hello hello, PAULS!
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holland oats:

drumma! peoples!
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DJ Peter:

on behalf of all the commuters who cannot type: i beseech thee to give the drummer some!
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Doug Schulkind:

Greetings, Sem!
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WR:

What's so funny?
Avatar 9:01am
TDK60:

Good morning, Doug DJ.
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adamdoesit:

Good morning, Doug and drummer summers! Is that one of those slot-loading turntables on today's Friday on the Drummer Stream email? I (thankfully) don't see the tonearm.
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Zip7:

Good morning Doug and Drumizens! Hope that poor Luna is doing as well as can be under the circumstances
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doctorjazz:

Hello Drummers!
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Doug Schulkind:

holland ooooooats! DJP! WR! TDK60! Welcome welcome welcome!
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chresti:

Morning dancing Doug and drummers!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:03am
Doug Schulkind:

Nice to see ya, adamdoesit! Zip7! ZipDawg! doctorjazz! chresti! Yahooo!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:04am
WR:

↳ doctorjazz @9:02
Hi doctorjazz, just saw your comment about Kris Holmes jazz singles show at the end of Merrily on the Sheena stream. Glad you found time to listen to it.
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 9:05am
listener james from westwood:

Morning, Doug and all!
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Zip7:

Zipperdawg came bounding out of the woods yesterday with a ribeye steak clenched in his teeth. He refused to say if it was found or stolen
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 9:06am
listener james from westwood:

Delicate hugs to Luna!
  9:07am
Listener Gregory:

Now is the time when frogs cross the road to find vernal pools to mate in. If they have found your throat, Doug, you will definitely be hosting some whoopee.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:08am
Doug Schulkind:

Hardy hugs back atcha, listener james from westwood!
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 9:08am
adamdoesit:

Doug, is today's gif from Black Sun?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:09am
Doug Schulkind:

↳ Listener Gregory @9:07
Listener Gregory, now is the time for all good frogs to come to the aid of my throaty.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:09am
WR:

↳ adamdoesit @9:02
oooh racy pic there, didn't look until reading your comment.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:09am
Doug Schulkind:

↳ adamdoesit @9:08
Yes yes a thousand times yes, adamdoesit! It's the second GIF I've made from that film. I could make a dozen more.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:10am
StringOFperils:

Crazy nutty times in the prefecture. Ahh the ecstasy of records
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:11am
Doug Schulkind:

↳ StringOFperils @9:10
Don't let the prefecture be the enemy of the good, StringOFperils.
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 9:12am
Artie:

Hey, Drummahkind!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:12am
Doug Schulkind:

The GIF on today's playlist comes from the wonderfully bizarre and bizarrely wondeful filme Black Sun. You can watch the flick in its entirety here: archive.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:13am
Doug Schulkind:

↳ Artie @9:12
Well aren't you looking handsome this morning, Artie!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:13am
StringOFperils:

I'm just trying to keep the lint off myself
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 9:13am
adamdoesit:

↳ WR @9:09
And now can't unsee. But the frogs like it, so I guess it's ok.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:14am
WR:

↳ Song: "I'm Just too Mean to Cry" by "Ladd's Black Aces"
I'm assuming that is a typo and not that you are playing some extra rare mislabeled disc or am I assuming too much?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:16am
Doug Schulkind:

↳ WR @9:14
Just an everyday, run o' the mill typo, WR.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:17am
StringOFperils:

↳ WR @9:14
Mean to Cry gets treated fairly...until the correction renders me uncaring
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:17am
Doug Schulkind:

Here is the "racy" picture I used on today's Drummer Stream email. All your neighbors are talking about it: wfmu.org...
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 9:18am
holland oats:

↳ Doug Schulkind @9:17
aw man no fingerprints on the grooves!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:19am
StringOFperils:

Ma Rainey's Black and Blue Bottom
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:19am
Doug Schulkind:

Here's a snap of Wilbur Sweatman playing three clarinets at once: en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 9:21am
adamdoesit:

↳ Doug Schulkind @9:19
Sheeeit, I have enough trouble playing one at a time!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:21am
Webhamster Henry:

Hi there Studio P and all the ships at sea!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:21am
Andrew in Toronto:

Good morning, Doug, and all other listeners!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:21am
Andrew in Toronto:

↳ Sem @9:01
Morning, Sem!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:22am
Doug Schulkind:

Hello how are ya, Webhamster Henry! Welcome aboard, Andrew in Toronto!
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TDK60:

↳ Doug Schulkind @9:19
I never knew about Sweatman until today, Doug. I wonder if Rahsaan Roland Kirk knew about him.
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Andrew in Toronto:

↳ PAULS @9:00
hiya, Pauls!
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Webhamster Henry:

↳ holland oats @9:18
That's what you do with shellac records after you played them with a used needle: you give people a "shellacing".
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Andrew in Toronto:

↳ TDK60 @9:22
Hello, TDK60.
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holland oats:

↳ Webhamster Henry @9:22
lol
  9:23am
KWilde:

Good morning!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:24am
Doug Schulkind:

Howdy, KWilde!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:25am
Doug Schulkind:

↳ TDK60 @9:22
I would put money on it that he did, TDK60.
  9:25am
Listener Gregory:

Why should “shellacking” have that meaning? You put shellac on gently.
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StringOFperils:

↳ Listener Gregory @9:25
Maybe it was Cockney
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TDK60:

↳ Andrew in Toronto @9:23
Good morning, Andrew.
  9:29am
Listener Gregory:

@SoP, rhyming slang for battle-axing? That seems very likely.
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adamdoesit:

↳ Listener Gregory @9:25
Maybe because shellac darkens, like a bruising does?
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Little Danny:

good morning
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Doug Schulkind:

Gmorning, Little Danny!
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adamdoesit:

↳ Listener Gregory @9:25
There's also the whip-crack onomatopoeic sound of it. It's evocative language. I always hear it in Obama's voice.
Avatar 9:34am
TDK60:

Oh, Fado! Love it. I'm cryin' in my coffee.
Avatar 9:35am
Listener Gregory:

↳ adamdoesit @9:33
If you slap varnish on a surface, you're likely to get bubbles. You don't want that.
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StringOFperils:

Tracks on wacks
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tim:

Hello Doug and fellow Schulkinders!
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ tim @9:39
It's about tim you arrived!
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Listener Gregory:

↳ Listener Gregory @9:35
The last Friday of the month is GTDS Household Tip Day.
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adamdoesit:

↳ Listener Gregory @9:35
I don't want a shellacking neither! It's like to raise welts.
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tim:

↳ Doug Schulkind @9:40
I will not disagree with that! I've been AWOL, MIA, flown the coop and everything else for too long!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:42am
Doug Schulkind:

Fado's connections to flamenco, the other "blues" native to the Iberian Peninsula, are unmistakable.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:44am
Doug Schulkind:

↳ tim @9:42
I hate to think of you cooped up, tim. You gotta fly fast and free.
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StringOFperils:

↳ Doug Schulkind @9:42
Sounds like the the Portuguese carried that music to Cabo Verde too
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:46am
StringOFperils:

Cesária Évora for ex
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ StringOFperils @9:45
Yes, absolutely, StringOFperils. Cape Verde was colonized by Portugal. As was Mozambique. This João Tudella number was in fact recorded in Mozambique.
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Zip7:

Headed to Whitney Biennial for Cheapskate Night tonite. Has anybody seen it? Any good?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:49am
Doug Schulkind:

↳ Zip7 @9:48
Who you callin' Whitey?!?
  9:51am
bigplanetnoise:

Morning, Doug and all!
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Doug Schulkind:

Hey hey hey, bigplanetnoise!
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Listener Gregory:

↳ Zip7 @9:48
The Biennial is overrated. I only go every couple of years or so.
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adamdoesit:

↳ Listener Gregory @9:54
zing!
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Webhamster Henry:

I always try to record myself when I have cold! I love my lower voice! jhhl.net...
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Webhamster Henry:

Ahh a little "Vocal Fry" Tenore Flashback!
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ Webhamster Henry @10:01
Hey Webhamster Henry, I've been playing Su Tenòre since Vocal Fry was in shortpants.
  10:05am
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↳ Song: "Pastoral Sounds / Nonmi Giamedas Maria" by "Male ...
Guten morgen! Tuning in just now to this beauty. Hi Doug, hi All!
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Gina Bacon:

Morning, Doug & all!
  10:06am
Marie in Chicago:

I AM ? !
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Gina Bacon:

Happy Friday to all who celebrate!
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Doug Schulkind:

Note to self: Always record cantu a tenòre quartet in the bathroom.
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Doug Schulkind:

Good morning, Marie in Chicago! Gina Bacon in Music City!
  10:07am
bigplanetnoise:

Morning, GFB!
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Listener Gregory:

I love this Sardinian singing. It has also been effectively sampled by modern "classical" composers... Luciano Berio maybe?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:09am
Doug Schulkind:

↳ Listener Gregory @10:08
Wow, Listener Gregory! I gotta track that down.
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fred:

Good morning Doug and drummers
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doctorjazz:

This is great stuff!
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βrian:

Sardines?
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Listener Gregory:

↳ Doug Schulkind @10:09
Also, a new soundtrack for the silent classic The Passion of Joan of Arc uses a Sardinian quartet to good effect. You can hear much of it for free on New Sounds: www.newsounds.org...
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Doug Schulkind:

The harmonics created are very reminiscent of Tuvan throat-singing, don't you think? Of course, cantu a tenòre is four voices, not one!
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Doug Schulkind:

Greetings, fred! βrian!
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doctorjazz:

↳ Doug Schulkind @10:11
They do have that "buzzing" sound in there, very similar!
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Brian in UK:

Hello Doug & Mind improvers.

I have been a very naughty boy. Hit me with the B side first.
  10:12am
Listener Robert:

↳ Song: "Sus Tenores A Ballu" by "Four unidentified male s...
Wow, these are really great: Sardinian polyphony combined with rhythms I haven't heard used with such.
Avatar 🥁 10:13am
βrian:

Sturdy sourdough toast with almond butter and homemade NM plum jam. Dark roast coffee with.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:13am
Doug Schulkind:

Hello there, Brian in UK! Listener Robert!
  10:14am
Listener Robert:

↳ Webhamster Henry @10:01
Right, but with different rhythms!
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Listener Gregory:

↳ Doug Schulkind @10:09
Hmm, Berio seems to have sampled *Sicilian* folk songs. Well, they are good too.
  10:15am
Marie in Chicago:

There's some amazing old footage of groups of men fishing off the coast of Sicily (I think) on the Criterion Channel. I am forgetting how it is labeled/categorized.... It might be something Rossellini shot?
  10:15am
Oleh from Pittsburgh:

Top of the murmuring, Doug n ‘at! The show stream is lost in a buffering bout at the moment
  10:16am
Dean:

A superb recital of sacred Corsican vocal music featuring the amazing Ensemble Organum:
https://www.discogs.com/master/794857-Ensemble-Organum-Marcel-P%C3%A9r%C3%A8s-Chant-Corse-Manuscrits-Franciscains-XVIIe-XVIIIe-Si%C3%A8cles
Avatar 🥁 10:16am
βrian:

It's streaming clear on the isthmus.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:17am
Doug Schulkind:

Thanks for the alert, Oleh. Anyone else having buffering problems with the stream?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:17am
StringOFperils:

Nope.
  10:18am
Oleh from Pittsburgh:

Hi Brian, Is a mess on my crystal set tho
  10:18am
Dean:

No issues here.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:18am
fred:

↳ βrian @10:10
I think you're confusing this with the olympic hide-and-seek championship
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 10:18am
doctorjazz:

↳ Doug Schulkind @10:17
No problem here (over a laptop)!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:19am
Gina Bacon:

↳ bigplanetnoise @10:07
Morning, BPN!
  10:19am
Oleh from Pittsburgh:

Ah, iPad clarity. All happy now.
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 10:20am
Brian in UK:

↳ fred @10:18
They are still looking for the Japanese contestant after the last Olympics.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:20am
Doug Schulkind:

Back when I was doing a second weekly show, a one-hour themed show, I devoted an entire program to this Sardinian poylphony. Back in 2011: wfmu.org...
  10:20am
wenzo:

Howdee!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:20am
Doug Schulkind:

↳ Oleh from Pittsburgh @10:19
We want you HAPPY, Oleh!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:21am
Doug Schulkind:

↳ wenzo @10:20
Greetings, wenzo!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:21am
Little Danny:

↳ Doug Schulkind @10:20
when was this doug??
  10:21am
Oleh from Pittsburgh:

This piece. Is a mesmerizing treat
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 10:22am
chresti:

↳ Song: "Serenada de Ierru" by "Tenores de Oniferi"
This set goes nicely with the flame-O-scope.
  10:22am
Listener Robert:

↳ Little Danny @10:21
I don't think it was ever Doug!
  10:22am
Dean:

Sardinian fisherman: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8RbWiYoVCE

Note the glaring absence of little tins with keys.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:22am
Little Danny:

agreed, this is really something
  10:22am
Listener Robert:

↳ Listener Robert @10:22
But it is dug.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:22am
Little Danny:

↳ chresti @10:22
<3 left it running for u
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 10:23am
doctorjazz:

This vocal group music also reminds a bit of South African choral/accapella music.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:23am
Doug Schulkind:

↳ Little Danny @10:21
When was what, Little Danny?
  10:23am
Oleh from Pittsburgh:

Dean 😆 Those fisherman really cut the mustard
Avatar 🥁 Swag For Life Member 10:24am
Jeff Golick:

Such wonders.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:24am
Doug Schulkind:

Glad you could squeeze in, Dean!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:24am
Little Danny:

oh i mean when were you doing a second weekly (one-hour) show?
  10:25am
BillfromRockTavern:

Good morning fellow Drummer enthusiasts ! Had to turn the volume down as to not scare a handyman away.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:25am
Doug Schulkind:

↳ Little Danny @10:24
Ah! From the start of the stream in June 2010 until I started graduate school in September 2016. Once I hit grad school, I couldn't keep doing two shows per week.
  10:25am
Oleh from Pittsburgh:

Doug,Thanks! Best customer service award for 2034
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ BillfromRockTavern @10:25
Hello there, papa BillfromRockTavern and fraidy cat HandyManfromRockTavern!
  10:26am
Dean:

My favorite restaurant dish of recent years has been a Spanish dish called "matrimonios": grilled sardines on toast with aioli. The restaurant, Cesar, closed when Chez Panisse next door, the owner of the space, evicted Cesar to make room for a new CP project.
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ Oleh from Pittsburgh @10:25
Oleh, I was named employee of the month for November 2017 on the Drummer Stream. I cherish my wall plaque!
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fred:

Damn, there's a question about Berio and I'm not at work, where many people could answer it.
I had to take a day off for a doctor appointment and get my means of transportation from the garage (meaning my boots from the cobbler)
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Webhamster Henry:

↳ doctorjazz @10:11
The buzz comes from their buzzy voices, and also just intonation.
  10:27am
BillfromRockTavern:

Hello Oleh!
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Listener Gregory:

↳ Song: "Sa Ereta" by "Tenores Di Neoneli"
Well, that was something.
  10:29am
Marie in Chicago:

↳ βrian @10:13
sounds ab fab
  10:29am
Dean:

Four Tenores
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Listener Gregory:

↳ fred @10:26
The Berio composition Voci, which has an excellent recording on ECM, has Sicilian folk singing on it. I think this is what made me think of a Sardinian connection.
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Jeff Golick:

Be careful when name-checking the jagogg around native Philadelphians.
  10:31am
Listener Robert:

Don here was scheduled for ear wax removal yesterday, but another stroke supravened. He's in the hospital now with fronto-temporal dementia, with fascinating manifestations, and won't be coming back here unless he has amazing improvement.
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fred:

↳ Listener Gregory @10:29
I have an instinctive aversion to Berio now, because a meeting room at work is named after him
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Listener Gregory:

↳ fred @10:31
Oof!
  10:33am
Listener Robert:

Don forgot the distinction between liquids and solids, and tried to pour pills and cookies, and was quite vexed repeatedly when that didn't work.
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doctorjazz:

↳ Listener Robert @10:31
A close friend has a combination of Frontal Temporal Dimentia and ALS. What a terrible disease...
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fred:

↳ Listener Gregory @10:32
The other meeting rooms: Stravinsky, Varese, Messiaen, Nono, and Shannon (the outlier). There used to be a Cage one, but I think it was converted to a studio
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doctorjazz:

Got to see The Heath Brothers back in the day...
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Little Danny:

love this album
  10:35am
Dean:

Shannon, as in Claude?
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ Jeff Golick @10:31
Jeff Golick, here in Pittsburgh it's always better to be jagged on than jagged off.
  10:36am
Listener Robert:

↳ doctorjazz @10:34
Did both result from the same degenerative process?
  10:36am
Oleh from Pittsburgh:

BillFromRockTavern, Hiya Bill! Lovely day here, and your way I bet
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doctorjazz:

↳ Webhamster Henry @10:27
I'm, ahem, Justly impressed by your explanation.
  10:37am
Marie in Chicago:

↳ Dean @10:22
Hey Dean, I checked that out. Wow, a slice of life. Kind of amazing how one of them blows air into an octopus... I remembered where the great footage of groups of fishermen came from, it was Stromboli. And it is on a much larger scale that the footage in the YT and they are out on the sea in boats. The character played by Isabella R is disturbed by the loss of life of all the fish.
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adamdoesit:

↳ Song: "Maulana" by "Toudie Heath"
There's been so much nice Tootie business since his passing. It makes me wish I'd listened to him more in his lifetime, but I'm sure enjoying his immortality.
  10:38am
Oleh from Pittsburgh:

Doug, that is impressive! After all, a plaque is a terrible thing to waste, except on teef of course
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fred:

↳ Dean @10:35
Yes. It's primarily a classroom for computer-based music, serves as a meeting room when classes are off
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doctorjazz:

↳ Listener Robert @10:36
There's a known association between the 2, not common, but it's known that they can occur together.
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StringOFperils:

I can see why a meeting room called Cage might not be too inviting.
  10:39am
Dean:

Marie in Chicago: I believe British Pathe has a large number of those slice-of-life clips. Easy to waste away day watching that kinda stuff.

That makes sense, fred. With all of the hoopla these days over AI, Shannon is back in the discourse.
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fred:

↳ StringOFperils @10:39
Truth in advertising though
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Jeff Golick:

↳ StringOFperils @10:39
Speaking of Cage, did you see the brouhaha around a cancelled airing of 4'33" in a class up at Columbia?
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ Jeff Golick @10:40
Jeff Golick, John McWhorter is a horse's ass.
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StringOFperils:

To quote Firesign: Brouhaha? Ha ha ha!
  10:42am
Oleh from Pittsburgh:

Dead and Berio. Give me old guys Ligeti or Lutoslawski at they wiggiest
  10:42am
Listener Robert:

↳ doctorjazz @10:38
In Don's case there might be underlying Alzheimer's (just playing the odds by prevalence), but we know for sure it's at least partly vascular, with one stroke several years ago and now this one. I've known him for 40 years or more, Dave Mandl also knew him, but Don just moved in with me 2 years ago and his dementia then was a bother but not something that needed constant supervision. We made both of our lives better.
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doctorjazz:

↳ Song: "Maulana" by "Toudie Heath"
Cool band:
Bass – Buster Williams-Mchezaji*
Bells, Percussion – Ed Blackwell
Congas [Conga Drums] – Mtume*
Drums – Toudie Heath-Kuumba*
Piano – Herbie Hancock-Mwandisi*
Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Jimmie Heath-Tayari*
Trumpet – Don Cherry-Msafari*
  10:44am
Marie in Chicago:

↳ Dean @10:39
Oh, very interesting. I have heard of British Pathe... yes, that stuff is very absorbing.
  10:44am
Listener Robert:

Anyway, the ear wax removal mention brought this all to mind because a few weeks ago we were both at the ENT doc, and I had the wax VACUUMED from my ears! Never knew that procedure.
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ adamdoesit @10:37
Richard Scheinin published a wonderful interview with Al Heath a few years back: www.sfjazz.org...

For my money, here is the money quote from that interview:

Q: When you look back on your life, is there any one experience that you hold most dear?

A: Yeah, you know the one thing that I love more than all of those groups? I love Yusef Lateef. He was a serious gentleman and a teacher. I learned a lot from him.
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fred:

↳ Jeff Golick @10:40
I would like everyone to stop talking about 4'33". There are so many more interesting works to explore
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doctorjazz:

↳ Listener Robert @10:42
Alzheimer's and FTD do occur together
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Rich in Washington:

Top o' the mornin', Doug!
Howdy everyone!
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StringOFperils:

↳ fred @10:45
I'll advocate for SILENCE in general. Time for a world reset.
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ doctorjazz @10:45
doctorjazz, not at all uncommon. I work in a dementia research center.
  10:46am
Listener Robert:

↳ doctorjazz @10:45
Not surprising, since pretty much all degenerative diseases of the brain go with the same risk factor: age.
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ Rich in Washington @10:45
Oh to be handsome and Rich!
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Little Danny:

↳ fred @10:45
agreed
  10:49am
tom tom the pipers son:

good morning doug and listeners...
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fred:

re: earwax, I've been seeing ENTs for 45+ years, including 6 surgeries, and they always told me earwax is good and self-cleaning, unless you mess with the process by "cleaning" it, which usually means pushing it back where it shouldn't be, or leaves a void for infections
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Doug Schulkind:

Great to have you here, tom tom the pipers son!
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doctorjazz:

↳ Song: "Deacon's Son" by "Steve Reid"
So far these pieces are NOT what I expected in a Heath feature-but, looking at the interview, he was open to many different types of music.
  10:51am
Listener Robert:

And since degeneration is a time-consuming process, one would expect that to be the case with them all, not just those of the nervous system. It's just, what causes the pathology to proceed faster in some individuals?
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Jeff Golick:

↳ fred @10:45
Yes. I agree, too. Though in this particular instance, the conversation was less about the piece itself than the reasons it was not taught on a given day. van-magazine.com...
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Doug Schulkind:

Interesting tidbit from Steve Reid's biography:

In 1969, Reid refused to register for the draft during the Vietnam War. He was arrested as a conscientious objector and sentenced to a four-year prison sentence at Lewisburg Federal Penitentiary, where he served with Jimmy Hoffa.
  10:53am
tom tom the pipers son:

↳ Song: "Deacon's Son" by "Steve Reid"
this is very nice... i sense both laughter and sadness
  10:53am
Listener Robert:

Hence expressions like, "You have the [organ] of a [number]-year-old."
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Doug Schulkind:

This Steve Reid music comes from a live performance on Columbia University's student radio station WKCR.
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adamdoesit:

Wonderful interview with Tootie by the relentlessly prolific Ethan Iverson from 2009: iverson.substack.com...
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Jeff Golick:

↳ adamdoesit @10:55
I was in the same subway car as Iverson yesterday morning on my commute. I did not say anything.
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Doug Schulkind:

The absolutely unmistakable sound of Arthur Blythe's vibrato. An incredible signature. Unique and indelible.
  10:58am
Oleh from Pittsburgh:

Doug, when I was an occupational therapist, I occasionally had folks with dementia on caseload. There is a real difference cognitively and behaviorally depending on what stage they are in, of course, but regardless was always very difficult to do physical rehab. It was so discouraging to know that despite all the research, it filtering down to some settings to actuate was ultimately met with a guarded response: a restructuring, a re educating staff, and assorted necessary changes ended up making it cost prohibitive
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ adamdoesit @10:55
Thanks for sharing that, adamdoesit. That Iverson interview with Heath left me gasping. So crammed full of revelations. Deep knowledge, historical factoids, hilarious gossip. So so so deep.
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StringOFperils:

↳ Jeff Golick @10:52
Thanks for that link.
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ Oleh from Pittsburgh @10:58
I work with dementia patients and families very day. Every single person is different. Every single disease course and progression is different. We pay little attention to "stages" and such. (So much of the Alzheimer's industrial complex promotes this way of thinking, unfortunately.) Just engage with the person in front of you. Meet them where they are.
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fred:

↳ Jeff Golick @10:52
Which proves that McWhorter had no business teaching anything about it in the first place. His students dodged a bullet
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adamdoesit:

↳ Jeff Golick @10:56
I'd probably have held back, too, but I'd still like to ask, "How do you write so much, so well, and teach, and compose, and still find time to play piano?"
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Doug Schulkind:

The trumpeter here is Ahmed Abdullah. One May 4, Observations of Deviance here on the Drummer Stream will feature an Ahmed Abdullah special called A Strange Celestial Road. Here is the show description:

Host David Mittleman presents an exclusive interview with legendary Jazz trumpeter and author Ahmed Abdullah. Best known for his membership in Sun Ra’s Arkestra, Abdullah played a vital part in the 1970s New York Loft Jazz scene. Abdullah discusses his time with Sun Ra, playing with Jazz legends like Sam Rivers and authoring his memoir, A Strange Celestial Road.

Listen for it, Saturday, May 4, 7-10pm (ET) here on Give the Drummer Radio.
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adamdoesit:

↳ Jeff Golick @10:56
Or maybe better, "I'd like to say hello, but I've got too many issues of Transitional Technology to catch up on right now."
  11:06am
Dean:

That McWhorter critique refers to "objectively beautiful music," which causes me to ponder.
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fred:

↳ adamdoesit @11:02
He'd probably reply something along the lines that he also finds time to breathe somehow
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Little Danny:

really digging this odyssey
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Jeff Golick:

↳ Jeff Golick @10:56
I texted a friend that I was sharing a car with EI, and saw him leaving himself what appeared to be a voice memo. I got this text back: "Tweet about how new Swift record sounds influenced by late Chopin etudes"
  11:10am
Marie in Chicago:

I think Douggie's bed music is always stellar
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adamdoesit:

↳ Jeff Golick @11:08
Heh.
  11:12am
Oleh from Pittsburgh:

I agree, and always tried. A gentle and respectful approach was always my style. But in hand or arm rehab or in self care issues, resident discomfort or insight issues really made progress difficult, compounded by clueless for profit rehab companies looking to make big moola off of vulnerable people - and overworked therapists.
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ Marie in Chicago @11:10
Marie, I work harder on my bed music and my GIFs than I should admit to.
  11:12am
Listener Robert:

↳ Oleh from Pittsburgh @10:58
Yes. Done had a considerable degree of apraxia, manifested mostly by extreme slowness getting into a chair or getting dressed. Several times I thought of doing exercises to improve balance, but, every time, I doubted I'd see enough improvement to justify the effort.

Don also had anosagnosia. His career aspiration the past couple years was to become a gentleman escort on cruise ships. I pointed out this would require being a good dancer. But hey, what man in his 70s wouldn't want a job hobnobbing with rich ladies like that? Might as well hang onto that fantasy. Anosagnosia has its benefits!
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Doug Schulkind:

Really happy to be playing "Beautiful Daddy." The A-side of this disc, "Allah Wakkbar" is the one that made it onto all the comps.
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adamdoesit:

I'm going to take advantage of the Africa and soul sets to put in headphones, leash up the wild dog, and go for a little run before I've got to make myself look presentable. Thank you, DJ Doug!
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Doug Schulkind:

Editing on the fly, I am cutting the track from Senegal. Will save it for next week. It's either that or cut something from the Soul set. And I refuse to cut a track from the Soul set.
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ adamdoesit @11:15
What's this about taking Wild Doug for a run, adamdoesit?!?
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fred:

↳ Doug Schulkind @11:16
Speaking of Senegal, I saw a dance piece yesterday about immigrants from West Africa (especially Senegal) who came to France in the '60s and early '70s. A bit too narrative, but suitably brutal
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adamdoesit:

↳ Doug Schulkind @11:17
I've got this frisbee that looks just like a shellac record. He'll chase it all day.
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ fred @11:21
Speaking of suitably brutal, fred, I've been watching the French cop show Engrenages. Pretty gruesome stuff.
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fred:

↳ adamdoesit @11:21
Does he bring it back when he catches it, or does he run back home to play it?
  11:23am
rw:

Good morning!!
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Sem:

Hot, hot, hot: lovin' this!
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Doug Schulkind:

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Alex from Media:

What's all this talk of frisbees looking like records? Where and when is this happening?
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ Sem @11:24
Not just hot, Sem, Bassala hot.
  11:25am
rw:

I feel sameasSem
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ Alex from Media @11:24
No vinyl recordings were harmded in the making of this radio show, Alex in Media!
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ rw @11:25
Greetings, Are Dubya!
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fred:

↳ Doug Schulkind @11:23
Never heard of it, but then again, I'm totally cut off from most French stuff
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Chris in Kensington Bklyn:

Hey Doug and all. Sneaking in for the last little bit.
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Doug Schulkind:

This smoking Verckys track has been reissued by the amazing Analog Africa: analogafrica.bandcamp.com...
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ Chris in Kensington Bklyn @11:26
I hope you find the last bits to be mighty tasty, Chris in Kensington Bklyn!
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Alex from Media:

↳ Chris in Kensington Bklyn @11:26
Hey Chris from my old neighborhood. I grew up on E3rd near Cortelyou.
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doctorjazz:

↳ Alex from Media @11:24
Records left out in the sun too long...
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Alex from Media:

↳ doctorjazz @11:29
You throw, me chase.
  11:29am
Marie in Chicago:

↳ Doug Schulkind @11:23
Hey Doug, I was really into that show. I think I saw all the episodes I could
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Alex from Media:

Hi Doug, hi all. Forgot to do the greeting dance, sorry.
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fred:

↳ doctorjazz @11:29
A sysadmin at a previous job would hang MS/SAP CDs in his fruit trees to drive off birds
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Uncle Michael:

Depending on how you're feeling, you may want to join me for Hinky Dinky Time at the top of the hour.

wfmu.org...
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Sem:

Never miss getting re-souled, once a week, right here on the Drummer stream.
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ Uncle Michael @11:33
There's mah favorite Uncle!
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doctorjazz:

↳ fred @11:32
Funny, I did that for my house, hung CD's off the edge of the roof, had woodpeckers. They just danced it off...
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ Marie in Chicago @11:29
Marie in Chicago, I have one more season to go.
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Franco Twinkie:

↳ Song: "Beggin' Is Hard to Do" by "The Montclairs"
Let the blubbering commence!
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Doug Schulkind:

I really think you will benefit from having listened to today's broadcast of Hinky Dinky Time. Don't make me beg.

HINKY PLAYLIST: wfmu.org...
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Sem:

↳ Franco Twinkie @11:41
That's a roger, Franco.
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Doug Schulkind:

Blubbering Commencement was the name of my first band in high school. We were a big hit at graduation. (Most of us failed to get diplomas due to unreturned library books.)
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Chris in Kensington Bklyn:

↳ Alex from Media @11:28
Nice!
  11:44am
Oleh from Pittsburgh:

Enjoyable as always, Doug. I gotta split. Man, I need to het some Sardinia Fisherman Chantys! Gorgeous. Have a great weekend everybody!
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Doug Schulkind:

Sounds like a whole mess of violas on this Montclairs track.
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Sem:

Wasn't there a Disney flick, Son of Blubber?
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ Oleh from Pittsburgh @11:44
So you're going the Wholley's then, Oleh?!
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Franco Twinkie:

↳ Doug Schulkind @11:43
Ruined by non-stop crying as well?
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Sem:

Fact I just made up: whaling used to be called blubbering.
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Doug Schulkind:

The name of this record label, Cle An Thair, is not a typo! www.discogs.com...
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Franco Twinkie:

↳ Doug Schulkind @11:43
...or may you just said 'I can't take this book back - it's soaking wet!'
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Doug Schulkind:

Dig this Holland-Dozier-Holland cover. Originally recorded by the Four Tops.
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ Franco Twinkie @11:47
Hailing from Columbus, Ohio, Kool Blues was the duo of John Primm and William Gilbert.
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Franco Twinkie:

It's sooo good!
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doctorjazz:

Thanks for another fine show, Doug!
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ doctorjazz @11:52
Thank you for listening, doctorjazz!
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Andrew in Toronto:

What an inspired episode!!
Thanks, Doug!
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Franco Twinkie:

↳ Sem @11:45
With Fred Mac Murray and Dean Jones. I watched on LSD and thought to myself 'This is very serious!
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Doug Schulkind:

10% inspiration, Andrew in Toronto. 90% perspiration.
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Zip7:

Thanks for another grand tour, Doug!
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Doug Schulkind:

↳ Zip7 @11:54
Thanks for riding shotgun, Zip7! It was fun watching ZipDawg's jowls go floppity in the open window.
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Doug Schulkind:

Get your Hinky on!: wfmu.org...
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Uncle Michael:

Thanks, Doug! See you folks soon.
  11:57am
Marie in Chicago:

↳ Doug Schulkind @11:35
oh, uh huh. I should look into accessing that again and finishing it up. Everything seems more accessible now. Thanks, Doug! Ciao, all!
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Doug Schulkind:

Break a lung, Uncle Michael!
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Chris in Kensington Bklyn:

↳ Doug Schulkind @11:27
They were very tasty. Thanks, Doug!
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StringOFperils:

Thanks, Doug!
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Franco Twinkie:

Thanks Doug. I had a good cry, now I'm going to mow the lawn.
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Doug Schulkind:

Thank you, everyone! I really really really enjoyed that!
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Artie:

Thanks, Doug!!
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WR:

Thank you, Doug.
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