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ep220Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 220: Friday, October 6, 2017 at 9:00 AM, Eastern Time.

TRIBUTE TO DAN PENN!:
Steal away to the dark end of the street, you and me…and puffball.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you…
Uncle Michael Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Lee Webber Party Time single (b/w Good Day Sunshine) (Chess) (1968) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
Major Lance It’s The Beat single (b/w You’ll Want Me Back) (Okeh) (1966) (co-written with: D. Sharh/R. Castel/R. Johnson)
Dionne Warwick I’m Your Puppet single (b/w Don’t Make Me Over) (Scepter) (1972) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
Merrilee Rush & The Turnabouts Handy Angel Of The Morning (Bell) (1968) (co-written with: Darryl D.P. “Dad” Carter/Spooner Oldham)
Bobby “Blue” Bland I Hate You Get On Down With Bobby Bland (ABC) (1975) (co-written with: Leroy Daniels)
The Drifters Far From The Maddening Crowd single (b-side to I’ll Take You Where The Music’s Playing) (Atlantic) (1965) (co-written with: Marlin Greene)
Music behind DJ: Brother Lee Luv Skin Deep single (b-side to Skin) (Beautiful) (1969)
Spooner & The Spoons Hey, Do You Wanna Marry? single (b-side to Wish You Didn’t Have To Go) (Fame) (1965) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
Terry Woodfort It’s His Town single (b/w She Wants What She Can’t Have) (Fame) (1966) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
Oscar Toney. JR. The Dark End Of The Street For Your Precious Love (Bell) (1967) (co-written with: Chips Moman)
Lee Jones & The Sounds Of Soul On The Other Side single (b/w This Heart Is Haunted) (Amy) (1968) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham/Mark James/Alvin Howard)
Steve Alaimo Watching The Trains Go By single (b/w Thank You For The Sunshine) (Atco) (1968) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
Bruce Channel Trouble With Sam single (b-side to Mr. Bus Driver) (Bell) (1968)
Ted Taylor Long Ago single (b/w I’m Gonna Send You Back To Oklahoma) (Ronn) (1969) (co-written with: Bob “Buddy” Killen)
Donnie Fritts Winner Take All Prone To Lean (Atlantic) (1974) (co-written with: Donnie Fritts)
Music behind DJ: King Curtis & The Kingpins Sweet Inspiration single (b-side to Instant Groove) (Atco) (1969) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
Delaney Bramlett Sweet Inspiration Sweet Inspiration (Dreamsville) (2002) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
Dale Hawkins Little Rain Cloud L.A., Memphis & Tyler, Texas (Bell) (1969) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
Snooks Eaglin Nine Pound Steel Soul’s Edge (Black Top) (1995) (co-written with: Wayne Carson Thompson)
Barbara Lynn He Ain’t Gonna Do Right single (b/w People Like Me) (Atlantic) (1968) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
Joe Simon Rainbow Road Better Than Ever (Sound Stage 7) (1969) (co-written with: Donnie Fritts)
James Govan You Left The Water Running The Fame Studios Story • 1961-1973 (prev. unr.) (1970) (co-written with: Oscar Frank)
Music behind DJ: Ry Cooder Dark End of the Street Boomer’s Story (Reprise) (1972)
Conway Twitty Is A Bluebird Blue single (b/w She’s Mine) (MGM) (1960)
Kitty Wells Do Right Woman, Do Right Man Forever Young (Capricorn) (1974) (co-written with: Chips Moman)
Kathy Davis The Wife Of The Life Of The Party single (b-side to You Can Dish It Out (But You Can’t Take It)) (Timmy) (1967) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
Charlie Rich A Woman Left Lonely single (b/w Have A Heart) (Epic) (1971) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
Glenn Barber Who Made You What You Are single (b/w Go Home Letter (I Wish I Was You)) (Hickory) (1968) (co-written with: Marlin Greene)
Weldon Myrick Cry Like A Baby single (b/w Only Love Can Break A Heart) (Dot) (1969) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
Music behind DJ: Maceo Parker Do Right Woman Do Right Man Maceo (Soundtrack) (Minor Music) (1994)
James & Bobby Purify Keep Pushing Me Hard To Handle (Black America Sings Otis Redding) (prev. unr.) (1967) (co-written with: (DP uncredited)/Otis Redding)
Ralph ‘Soul’ Jackson ‘Cause I Love You single (b-side to Sunshine Of Your Love) (Atlantic) (1969) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
George Jackson I’m Living Good Let The Best Man Win: The Fame Recordings Volume 2 (prev. unr.) (1960) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
The Sweet Inspirations Oh! What A Fool I’ve Been single (b/w Don’t Fight It) (Atlantic) (1967) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham/Daryl Carter)
Mighty Sam I Need A Lot Of Lovin single (b/w Talk To Me, Talk To Me) (Amy) (1967) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
Spencer Wiggins Take Me Just As I Am single (b/w The Kind Of Woman That’s Got No Heart) (Goldwax) (1966) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
The Box Tops I Met Her In Church single (b/w People Gonna Talk) (Mala) (1967) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
Music behind DJ: The Ventures Cry Like A Baby Flights Of Fantasy (Liberty) (1968) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
The Hour Glass The Power Of Love Power Of Love (Liberty) (1968) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
Green On Red The Sweetest Thing Too Much Fun (Off-Beat) (1992) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham/Chuck Prophet/Dan Stuart)
Alex Chilton Nobody’s Fool High Priest (Big Time) (1987) (co-written with: Bobby Emmons)
Derrick Harriott Happy Times single (b/w You My Everything) (Island) (1967) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
Alton Ellis & The Flames Denver single (b-side to Suzie) (Gas) (1970) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
The Chamber Strings I Pray For Rain Gospel Morning Idiot (Savant Music) (1997) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
The Detroit Cobras Slippin’ Around Baby (Rough Trade) (2004) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
Music behind DJ: Booker T. & The MG’s You Left the Water Running VA, Atlantic Unearthed: Soul Brothers (prev. unr.) (1965) (co-written with: Oscar Frank)
Esther Phillips Cheater Man single (b/w I’m Sorry) (Atlantic) (1967) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
Kip Anderson Without A Woman single (b/w If That Don’t Make You Cry) (Checker) (1966) (co-written with: Drew Miller/Quin Ivy)
Christy Moore Cry Like A Man This Is The Day (Columbia) (2001) (co-written with: Jonnie Barnett/Carson Whitsett)
Laura Lee Up Tight Good Man single (b-side to Wanted: Lover, No Experience Necessary) (Chess) (1967) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
Candi Staton Another Man’s Woman, Another Woman’s Man I’m Just A Prisoner (Fame) (1970) (co-written with: Marlin Greene/George Jackson)
Music behind DJ: Spooner Oldham Julie Brown`s Forest Pot Luck (Family) (1972)
James Barnett Keep On Talking single (b/w Take A Good Look) (Fame) (1965) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
Linda Gail Lewis Break Up The Party single (b/w Small Red Diary) (ABC-Paramount) (1965) (co-written with: Oscar Frank)
Arthur Conley I Can’t Stop (No, No, No) single (b/w In The Same Old Way) (Fame) (1966) (co-written with: Roger Hawkins)
Solomon Burke Don’t Give Up On Me Don’t Give Up On Me (Fat Possum) (2002) (co-written with: Carson Whitsett/Hoy Lindsey)
Etta James Don’t Lose Your Good Thing Tell Mama (Cadet) (1968) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham/Buddy Killen)
Jeanie Fortune Once More With Feeling single (b/w Occasional Tears) (RCA Victor) (1965) (co-written with: Marlin Greene)
Jimmy Hughes You Really Know How To Hurt A Guy (You Really Know How To Make Him Cry) single (b/w The Loving Physician) (Fame) (1965) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
Irma Thomas Let’s Do It Over Down At Muscle Shoals (prev. unr.) (1967) (co-written with: Spooner Oldham)
Music behind DJ: Fleetwood Mac Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…

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