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April 16, 2010 Options
Hippie from Jersey City
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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)

The Sheppard Brothers
(Grandpa Jones & Merle Travis) 

You'll Be Lonesome Too
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b/w The Steppin' Out Kind
(King 1943)
Leon Rusk  Dream Train Engineer   Options b/w Until Dawn
(King 1946)
Curt Barrett  You Sure Let Me Down (Little Darling)   Options b/w Foolish Pride (Can Break Your Heart)
(King 1945)
Riley Shepard  These Precious Love Letters   Options (I Could Tell By) the Look in Her Eye
(King 1946)
Bob McCarthy (Merle Travis)  When Mussolini Laid His Pistol Down   Options b/w Two Timin' Annie
(King 1943)
Cowboy Copas  Tragic Romance   Options b/w You WIll Find Me Here
(King 1946)

Talkover Music:
Milt Jackson 
Olinga   Options Olinga
(CTI 1974)


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(Claddagh 1977)
Miriam Makeba  Ndodemnyama Verwoerd!   Options An Evening with Belafonte/Makeba
(RCA Victor 1965)
Dorothy Masuka  Kanyange   Options [unreleased]
(African Transcription Centre 1966)
Letta Mbulu  Kedumetse Ho Morena   Options Africa '68
(Uni 1968)
Princess Patience Gcwabe  Cold and Weary   Options [unreleased]
(African Transcription Centre 1965)
Jabulani Quads  Ngiyeke Mfana   Options Phata Phata:
78 rpm Records From the Birth of Mbaqanga
(Matsuli Music )
Abigail Kubheka  Kgaitsedi   Options African Renaissance: Volume 3
(Eagle )

Talkover Music:
Joe Henderson 
Water   Options The Elements
(Milestone 1973)

Mal Waldron 

Don't Explain
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(Prestige 1957)
Roland Kirk/Benny Golson  A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square   Options The Roland Kirk Quartet Meets the Benny Golson Orchestra
(Mercury 1963)
Günter Christmann & Torsten Müller  Rien Ne Ve Plus   Options Carte Blanche
(FMP 1985)
William Parker Quartet  Shorter for Alan   Options Petit Oiseau
(AUM Fideltity 2008)

Talkover Music:
África Negra & Joao Seria 
Lá Bô lá Gelo Múala   Options Madalena Meu Amor
(Gravisom 1996)

Shin Jung Hyun & Questions  In-a-Kadda-Da-Vida   Options In-a-Kadda-Da-Vida
(Ponycanyon )
Kim Jung Mi 

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Kim Jung Mi
(World Psychedelia Ltd. )
Chung Sisters  Romance Family   Options Asian Takeaways
(Normal )
San Ul Lim  ???   San Ul LIm
(World Psychedelia Ltd. )

Talkover Music:
Bateria Fantastica da Portela 
Demonstacão de Som e Andamento   Options Capoeira: Musica de Grupos do Samba e Capoeira do Brasil
(Soul Jazz 1978)

Dick Bruce 

A Letter From Home
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b/w Daddy's Back Home from the Store
(K-Ark )
Charlie Moore & Bill Napier  Country Twist   Options b/w Sing Along With Mitch
(Bethlehem 1962)
Don Eddings  Chappaquiddick Bridge   Options b/w Cheaters
(Mohwak )
Warren Farren  Chicago "7"   Options b/w I've Got Love
(Evolution )
Rusty Adams  Hippie from Mississippi   Options Plantation Gold: The Mad Genius of Shelby S. Singleton Jr.
(Omni )
Robert Owens  I'm in Love with My Sister   Options b/w It's Too Late Now
(Rose )
Randy Davis  Dear Mr. President   Options b/w Words of a Child
(Tower 1966)
Asin  Masdan Mo Ang Kapaligiran   Options Masdan Mo Ang Kapaligiran
(Vicor 1994)

Talkover Music:
The Whitefield Brothers 
Rampage   Options In the Raw
(Now Again 2002)

Ashanti Brothers Band 

Kill Me and Fly
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Kill Me and Fly
(Philips 1978)
The Peace  I Don't Know   Options Black Power
(Groovie mid-1970s)
Gelongal  Cheikh Anta Diop   Options Streets of Dakar: Generation Boul Falé
(Stern's 1999)
Witch  Strange Dream   Options Lazy Bones!!
(Teal 1978)
Matata  Good Good Understanding   Options Feelin' Funky
(President 1972)
MFB  Boredom Pain   Options Lagos Disco Inferno
(Academy )

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

Listener comments!

  9:05am annie:

good morning..
  9:08am north guinea hills:

Happy morn' to all. Can't wait until I'm forlapped this evening. (archaic term for being dead drunk)
  9:09am Parq:

And today, we start with -- mountain music!
  9:23am still b/p:

That last went kind of a Hill Duce direction.
  9:32am Parq:

While we're on the subject of African music, I just learned that Femi Kuti & Positive Force will play Midsummer Night's Swing on July 17.
  9:34am Tom:

Where is Atte from? Sorry if I missed that.
  9:35am Drummer Some:

Atte is from South Africa, though recorded on an Irish record label.
  9:36am Tom:

Thanks GTDS. Looks like this is the South Africa block. Cool!
  9:40am Hugo:

Atté is a South African vocal quartet, based in the UK at the time of the recording and backed up on this record by Dudu Pukwana and his crew.
  9:41am Cecile:

morning all!
  9:41am Liz B.:

Lovin' this set so far, Doug! Masuka, Makeba, and Mbulu are faves of mine, but I've never heard Atte before, wow!
  9:42am Cecile:

the lead singer has a slight vocal resemblance to Marilyn McCoo
  9:49am Tom:

Liz B get back to work! :)
  9:50am Cecile:

You know, I like the 5th Dimension, and am not afraid to admit it.
  9:51am north guinea hills:

I was listening to the 5th Dimension last week at home, haha.
  9:52am Brian in UK:

This may have been mentioned before, Steve McQueen, the director, is making a film on the life of Fela Kuti.
  9:52am Drummer Some:

Fly the FD flag proudly, Cecile. They deep some deepness. Their musical version of the Declaration of Independence is a great contribution to humanity.
  9:57am Cecile:

I was so excited that my friend's teenager was getting into them after they played Duluth, MN recently. They signed a CD for her and were so nice according to her.

Musical sophistication without nilhilism. And great to sing in the car!
  10:02am Cecile:

WOW. just WOW. Til 2004!
  10:03am annie:

doug, i think the accent is on the first syllable.
  10:03am Cecile:

YES. I love Mal playing Billie.
  10:05am annie:

not really wanting to change the subject, but wow, the photos of this volcanic activity are astounding and reality-ridden
  10:13am Brian in UK:

No flights over the UK or Northern Europe for the last 24 hours. A sky without vapour trails. Wonderful. That Mal Waldron was lovely, Doug
  10:14am north guinea hills:

So, would said photos be considered hyperreal?
  10:14am Brian in UK:

No flights over the UK or Northern Europe for the last 24 hours. A sky without vapour trails. Wonderful. That Mal Waldron was lovely, Doug
  10:14am Dickdong (UK):

It's a wonderful clear sky - no trails. Lets have more no-fly days
  10:15am Brian in UK:

Three goes at the maths question. Oh boy!!!
  10:15am ken:

roland, circular breathing, go daddy go...
  10:17am annie:

this one in particular
  10:19am north guinea hills:

Holy Smithers, Annie! You were right! Thanks!
  10:19am Hugo:

Yes, no flights in Northern Europe. Lucky to get back from Oslo in the nick of time!
  10:22am Dickdong:

Why would you not want to be stuck in Oslo?
  10:23am annie:

  10:25am Drummer Some:

Oh, Mama, can this really be the end
To be stuck inside of Oslo
With the Memphis blues again
  10:26am ken:

that's about oslo as you can go!
  10:28am Hugo:

Nobody wants to get stuck in that place for longer than necessary. Hopefully, no one from O. is peeking in ...
  10:28am Aaron:

morning doug! great set with WPquartet! thanks!
  10:35am trrs:

Isn't 'getting stuck somewhere' kind of like weeds in a garden? The subjective on location in time.

(Great f-day music, Doug)
  10:40am Cecile:

remember when we used to make out to this hymn?
  10:43am earballs:

Doug, check your stereo phase
  10:45am Drummer Some:

Was it the In-a-Gadda that was out of phase? I can't tell in the studio unless I turn around and look at the oscilloscope, which isn't very accessible.
  10:50am Parq:

I missed an Asian Inna-Gadda?? DANG my slow-ass work puter.
  10:55am Carmichael:

Happy payday, everyone.
  11:02am Alex:

In the original In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida by I.B recording, there was intentional phase shifting taking place during the drum solo to give a whoosh effect. Someone once played it for me, and we could only hear the effect when playing it in mono
  11:03am still b/p:

Ohhhhh, dear.
  11:03am Carmichael:

I need to go buy some beer, so I can cry in it.
  11:10am ∂avid:

HAHHAH! I never heard this hippie from mississippi.....
  11:10am north guinea hills:

A nice twist on a Merle classic, haha!
  11:22am Sean Daily:

Not even close to first comment! Woo hoo!
  11:34am annie:

cutting out early today.. gotta get out and roust the dog to action.. doug, you rock!! thanks..
  11:38am PMD:

Hello everyone! Goodbye Annie!
  11:48am seang:

bring that funk yeah, thanks doug!
  3:21am Thami Mlotshwa:

OH how I woud love to get some Abigail Kubeka And Pacience Gcwabe music please help
  7:19am lizzie:

thami, i would love some of your music more
  2:27am Shani May:

Thami I was at your gig 'Thami Mlotshwa and The Flame lilly"...Your rendition of A letter from home was just mind blowing..when are you coming back to Toronto ?
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