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Show #238: Raisin’ sand…

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Hookworms Opener Microshift (Domino) (2018)
Pink Floyd One of These Days Meddle (Harvest) (1971)
Funkadelic March To The Witch’s Castle Cosmic Slop (Westbound) (1973)
Music behind DJ: 
Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra
March of the Toys shellac 10″ (b/w By The River Saint Marie) (Victor) (1940)
Small Faces Grow Your Own single (b-side to Sha-La-La-La-Lee) (Decca) (1966) (From: The Decca Anthology 1965-1967)
John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers The Supernatural A Hard Road (Decca) (1967)
Fleetwood Mac Fleetwood Mac prev. unr. (n/a) (1967) (From: The Original Fleetwood Mac (1971))
Kin Ping Meh Together Jam No. 2 (Zebra) (1972)
Neu! Paradise Walk Neu! ’86 (Grönland) (2010)
Music behind DJ: 
Roland Kovac New Set
Bass Ahoi Nymphe (Selected Sound) (1979) (From: Rockin With Seka (Swedish Erotica – Fraykers Revenge)
Nona Hendryx & Gary Lucas When It Blows Its Stacks The World of Captain Beefheart (Knitting Factory) (2017)
The Sisters of Mercy Emma single (b/w Ghost Rider) (Stampa Alternativa) (1988) (From: Oh Yes We Can Love: The History of Glam Rock)
Hard Meat Smile As You Go Under Through A Window (Warner Bros.) (1970) (From: Looney Tunes And Merrie Melodies)
Aorta Heart Attack Aorta (CBS) (1968)
Paul Mauriat San Francisco (Wear Some Flowers In Your Hair) single (b/w I Waited For You (Ce Soir Je T’Attendais)) (Philips) (1968)
Music behind DJ: 
Mamorsky, Zimmermann & Hamm
The By Cracky Beat single (b/w Gikki / Gong) (Lowney’s Chocolates) (1967)
Captain Beefheart Long Neck Bottles Clear Spot (Reprise) (1972)
Señor Coconut Y Su Conjunto The Robots (Cha-Cha-Chá) El Baile Alemán (Emperor Norton) (1999)
Rufus Thomas Funky Robot (Part 1) single (b/w Funky Robot (Part II)) (Stax) (1973) (From: The Complete Stax-Volt Soul Singles, Vol. 3: 1972-1975 Disc 4)
XTC Ball and Chain English Settlement (Virgin) (1982)
Mickey Newbury I Don’t Think Much About Her No More Looks Like Rain (Mercury) (1968)
Music behind DJ: 
King Curtis
Melancholy Serenade single (b-side to Summer Dream) (Capitol) (1964) (From: Ultra-Lounge Sampler)
Con Funk Shun (Let Me Put) Love On Your Mind Candy (Mercury) (1979) (From: The Best Vol 1)
The Isley Brothers I Turned You On single (b/w I Know Who You Been Socking It To) (T-Neck) (1969) (From: The Isley Brothers Story, Vol. 2: The T-Neck Years (1969-85))
The Isley Brothers Take Me To The Next Phase, Pts. 1 & 2 single (b/w Take Me To The Next Phase, Pts. 1 & 2) (T-Neck) (1978) (From: The Isley Brothers Story, Vol. 2: The T-Neck Years (1969-85))
Odia Coates Showdown Odia Coates (United Artists) (1975)
Music behind DJ: 
Frank Valdor & His Orchestra
Non Stop unk. (unk.) (unk.) (From: Test Card Music Vol. 03)
The First Gear A Certain Girl single (b/w Leave My Kitten Alone) (Pye) (1964) (From: Cabala)
Dan Penn Love Is Strange single (b-side to Nice Place To Visit) (Atlantic) (1969)
The Arthur Lyman Group Havah Nagila single (b/w Yellow Bird) (HiFi) (1961) (From: The Exotic Sound Of The Arthur Lyman Group)
Love Maybe the People Would Be the Times or Between Clark and Hilldale Forever Changes (Elektra) (1967)
Music behind DJ: 
Jabbo Smith’s Rhythm Aces
Rhythm in Spain shellac 10″ (b/w More Rain More Rest) (Decca) (1938) (From: The Ultimate Jazz Archive)
Trash Trash Can single (b-side to Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight) (Apple) (1969) (From: Lost Jukebox Volume 076)
Blue Lonesome Life In The Navy (RSO) (1974)
Bread Dismal Day Bread (Elektra) (1969)
Gilbert O’sullivan Miss My Love Today single (b/w Our Own Baby) (MAM) (1978) (From: Caricature: The Box)
Graham Parker & the Rumour Hold Back the Night Heat Treatment (Vertigo) (1976)
Petula Clark Gotta Tell The World single (b-side to You’re The One) (Pye) (1965) (From: Downtown: The Pye Anthology)
Music behind DJ: 
The Johnny Lewis Trio
Cissy Strut Shuckin’ ‘N Jivin’ (self released) (1972) (From: Wheedle’s Groove)
Grateful Dead Turn On Your Lovelight 1972.05.07 – Bickershaw Festival – Wigan, England (n/a) (1972)
Louis Gentile & the Gentile Kids Poor Hamster n/a (n/a) (2007)
Roy Rogers Happy Trails shellac 10″ (b/w The Yellow Rose Of Texas) (RCA Victor) (1952) (From: Television’s Greatest Hits)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…
 
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Jan Endias
Jan Endias

Jan Endias

 
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33 1/3
33 1/3

The Merrill Staton Singers.

 
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“Old Bones” matchbook
“Old Bones” matchbook

An ebay acquisition, this still has all it’s matches.

 
HD feature in 1966 Norwegian trade magazine

HD feature in 1966 Norwegian trade magazine

This is fascinating stuff…if you read Norwegian…which of course, I do. No…really.

Click the cover to view the pdf file.

 
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Oil.
Oil.

Hinky Dinky motor oil. Who knew? Yes…eBay.

 
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Now we’re done.
Now we’re done.

Enough?

 
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Not done rolling.
Not done rolling.

Almost as many piano rolls as 78′s.

 
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Edison, no less.
Edison, no less.

Another eBay acquisition…of course. The b-side is “I’m Gonna Bring My Girl A Watermelon Tonight” by Billy Murray!

 
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Another eBay acquisition. I have a stack of recipes…perhaps I should post them all.

According to my dad:

“Helen Davis” was for awhile a fictitious staff home economist who made commercials, store appearances and wrote a newspaper column. She was our “Betty Crocker”. Her name meant nothing, other than it was wholesome sounding and began with an “H” and a “D.” The program was rather short=lived. I think we had two different “Helen’s”. Part of the problem was that the program lost some of its credibility when we had turnover in the character.

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