Here’s the Thursday, June 4, 2009 broadcast of Hinky Dinky Time Radio. This episode features former U.S. poet laureate and Garland Nebraska resident, Ted Kooser, Dorothy Kilgalin’s best friend Johnnie Ray and tragically stifled, music cult-hero Emitt Rhodes.

  • Preshow: Cotton Mouth – Doobie Brothers
  • Amapola (opening theme) – Jacky Noguez
  • No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature – The Guess Who
  • Hinky Dinky Jingle
  • Scotch And Soda – Johnnie Ray
  • No Easy Way Down – Dusty Springfield
  • Lust Of The Blood – Jerry Lee Lewis
  • Sausalito – Ohio Express
  • Brown Arms In Houston – Orpheus
  • Only A Fool Would Say That – Steely Dan
  • The Celery Heart (Placard at Hinky Dinky) – Ted Kooser
  • Solitary Man (live) – Neil Diamond
  • Coldpower Ad – Lou Rawls
  • Let’s Clean Up The Ghetto – The Philly International All Stars (Lou Rawls, Billy Paul, Archie Bell, Teddy Pendergrass, The Ojays, Dee Dee Sharp & Kenny Gamble)
  • Workin’ Man Blues – Merle Haggard
  • Black Coffee – Julie London
  • With My Face On The Floor – Emitt Rhodes
  • Wino Junko – Wings
  • Grits Ain’t Groceries (All Around the World) – Little Milton
  • Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo – Piano Roll Excerpt
  • Amapola (closing theme) – Jacky Noguez

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By necessity, the live broadcast is in mono at slightly reduced quality. The archived shows are in glorious stereo and feature higher fidelity.

  One Response to “Hinky Dinky Time Radio, Episode 3”

  1. The Coldpower Ad by Lou Rawls was classic! and Neil Diamond – brought back memories!

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