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ep213Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 213: Friday, August 18, 2017 at 12:00 PM, Eastern Time.

Arise, fair sun, and kill the envious moon.

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Artist: Title: Album(label)(year)(source):
Your DJ welcomes you…Uncle Michael Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Albert King Night Stomp Live Wire / Blues Power (Stax) (1968)
Paul Pena Jet Airliner New Train (Bearsville (unreleased)) (1973) (From: Hybrid Reciordings issue – 2000)
Eddie Bo Fence Of Love single (b-side to Just Friends) (Seven B) (1967) (From: Funky 16 Corners #67 – Eddie Bo In Soulville)
The Mothers Of Invention Trouble Every Day Freak Out! (Verve) (1966)
Music behind DJ: Perez Prado And His Orchestra Patricia single (b/w Why Wait) (RCA Victor) (1958) (From: Nipper’s Greatest Hits 50′s Vol. 2)
Melvins Queen Stoner Witch (Atlantic) (1994)
Algiers The Underside Of Power The Underside Of Power (Matador) (2017)
Peter Perrett Living In My Head How The West Was Won (Domino) (2017)
Colour Haze Magnolia In Her Garden (Elektrohasch Schallplatten) (2017)
T. Rex Venus Loon Light of Love (Casablanca) (1974) (From: 20th Century Superstar)
Music behind DJ: Kiko-Kids Patricia shellac 10″ (b/w unk.) (Tom Tom) (unk.)
Pretty Things Parachute Parachute (Harvest) (1970)
Patti Labelle I’m In Love Again single (b/w Love, Need And Want You) (Philadelphia International) (1983) (From: Philadelphia International Records – 40th Anniversay)
Cyril Neville Gossip single (b/w Tell Me What’s On Your Mind) (Josie) (1969) (From: What It Is! Funky Soul And Rare Grooves)
Elvis Costello & The Imposters Either Side Of The Same Town The Delivery Man (Lost Highway) (2004)
Robert Fripp I May Not Have Enough Of Me But I’ve Had Enough Of You Exposure (EG) (1979)
Music behind DJ: Frank Valdor Und Die Gogo-Girls Patricia Rhythmus A Gogo (Dim) (1970) (From: Schlager von Gestern)
Humble Pie Red Light Mama, Red Hot! Humble Pie (A&M) (1970) (From: Hot ‘n’ Nasty: The Anthology)
Humble Pie Heartbeat Town And Country (Immediate) (1969) (From: Natural Born Bugie: The Immediate Anthology)
Humble Pie 30 Days In The Hole Smokin’ (A&M) (1972)
Chuck Berry And His Combo Thirty Days (To Come Back Home) single (b/w Together (We Will Always Be)) (Chess) (1955) (From: The Chess Box)
Clyde McPhatter Thirty Days single (b-side to I’m Lonely Tonight) (Atlantic) (1956) (From: Deep Sea Ball-The Best Of)
The Britain Brothers 300 Days Mary Go Round (TCF Hall) (1965) (From: Lost Jukebox Volume 036)
Music behind DJ: Ry Cooder & Manuel Galbán Patricia Mambo Sinuendo (Nonesuch, Perro Verde) (2003)
The Guess Who Truckin’ Off Across The Sky Live At The Paramount (RCA Victor) (1972)
The Motors Crazy Alice (Bonus) Tenement Steps (Virgin) (1980)
Love & Rockets Sweet F.A. Sweet F.A. (Beggars Banquet) (1996)
The Sweet Sweet F.A. Sweet Fanny Adams (RCA Victor) (1974)
Music behind DJ: Joe Bucci Trio Patricia unk. (unk.) (unk.) (From: Ultra-Lounge, Vol. 11: Organs in Orbit)
Paul Revere & The Raiders Featuring Mark Lindsay Mr. Sun, Mr. Moon single (b/w Without You) (Columbia) (1969) (From: The Complete Columbia Singles)
The Expression Total Eclipse The Expression (Mushroom) (1983)
Walker Brothers The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore single (b/w After The Lights Go Out) (Smash) (1966) (From: RTFB Sixties Collection – 1966)
The Hot Dogs Let Me Look At The Sun Say What You Mean (Ardent) (1973) (From: Thank You Friends: The Ardent Records Story)
The Boswell Sisters Put That Sun Back In The Sky shellac 10″ (b-s-dide to Was That The Human Thing To Do) (Brunswick) (1932) (From: The Ultimate Jazz Archive)
Pink Floyd Eclipse Dark Side Of The Moon (Harvest) (1973)
Pink Floyd Obscured By Clouds Obscured By Clouds – OST (Harvest) (1972)
Music behind DJ: Edmundo Ros And His Orchestra Patricia Edmundo Ros In Town (Decca) (1959) (From: The Best Of Edmundo Ros)
The Iron Maiden Falling single (b/w Ned Kelly) (Gemini) (1970) (From: The Electric Asylum Vol 2)
The Everly Brothers The Girl Sang The Blues single (b-side to Love Her) (Warner Bros.) (1963)
Albert Hammond Names, Tags, Numbers And Labels single (b/w Fountain Avenue) (Columbia) (1974) (From: Greatest Hits)
Mr D & The Highlights Nose Full Of White single (b-side to Every Now And Then) (Jas) (1970) (From: How Good Is Good: Vol. 3)
The Jiving Juniors & Duke Reid Group My Hearts Desire single (b/w I Love You) (Blue Beat) (1960) (From: The History Of Blue Beat – The Birth Of Ska A & B Sides)
Bing Crosby With The Mills Brothers Shine shellac 10″ (b-side to Dinah) (Columbia) (1934) (From: Cronological Volume 1)
Victor Young and his Orchestra with the Boswell Sisters I Found A Million Dollar Baby In A Five And Ten Cent Store shellac 10″ (b-side to Sing A Little Jingle) (Brunswick) (1931) (From: The Ultimate Jazz Archive)
Music behind DJ: Perez Prado And His Orchestra Patricia – Twist single (b/w Ti-Pi-Tin – Twist) (RCA Victor) (1960)
The Staple Singers Lady’s Letter Soul Folk In Action (Stax) (1968)
Rare Earth Born To Wander single (b/w Here Comes The Night) (Rare Earth) (1970) (From: The Very Best Of Rare Earth)
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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