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ep224Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 224: Friday, November 3, 2017 at 9:00 AM, Eastern Time.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you…
Uncle Michael Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Dan Deacon Pelican Rat Film (Original Soundtrack) (Domino Soundtracks) (2017)
The Addrisi Brothers I Can Feel You We’ve Got To Get It On Again (Columbia) (1972)
Tommy James & The Shondells I Think We’re Alone Now single (b/w Gone, Gone, Gone) (Roulette) (1967) (From: Anthology)
Paint Your Pictures If Waterfall (Metromedia) (1972)
Status Quo Softer Ride Hello! (Vertigo) (1973)
Music behind DJ: The Polish Radio Orchestra Melancholic Rock The Reg Tilsley Sound / Polish Radio Orchestra ‎– Colours In Rhythm Volume 6 (Apollo Sound) (1975) (From: Test Card Music Vol. 9)
Johnnie Ray& Frankie Laine Up Above My Head single (b/w Good Evening Friends) (Columbia) (1957) (From: Cry)
Nina Simone Chilly Winds Don’t Blow single (b/w Solitaire) (Colpix) (1959)
Muddy Waters Soon Forgotten Muddy Waters At Newport 1960 (Chess) (1960)
Ruth McFadden Pencil & Paper single (b-side to Stop Playing That Song (That’s What You Said)) (Capitol) (1962) (From: The Bert Berns Story, Vol.1)
Gloria Lynne No Easy Way Down single (b-side to Darlin’) (Fontana) (1969) (From: Lost Jukebox Volume 094)
The Detroit Cobras Leave My Kitten Alone Tied & True (Rough Trade) (2006)
The Beatles She Said She Said Revolver (Parlophone) (1966) (From: 2009 reissue)
Music behind DJ: The Soulful Strings Wade In The Water Paint It Black (Cadet) (1966)
Black Sabbath Don’t Start (Too Late) Sabotage (NEMS) (1975)
The Easybeats Good Times single (b/w Lay Me Down And Die) (United Artists) (1968) (From: Absolute Anthology 1965 To 1969)
Emily Remler Afro Blue Take Two (Concord) (1982)
Bobby Darin I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight (Alternate Mix) single (b-side to Simple Song Of Freedom) (Motwon) (1972) (From: The Complete Motown Singles Volume 11b)
Bob Dylan Not Dark Yet Time Out Of Mind (Columbia) (1997)
Gary McFarland Bloop Bleep The In Sound (Verve) (1966) (From: Mood Mosaic Vol 04 [les Yper Sound])
Music behind DJ: Babylon Motorhome Comocumbia (buenas tardes hip hop mix) Comocumbia (Pilla) (2009) (From: Cumbias Rebajadas)
JD McPherson Lucky Penny Undivided Heart And Soul (New West) (2017)
Stevie Wright Black Eyed Bruiser Black Eyed Bruiser (Albert Productions) (1975) (From: The Definitive Collection)
Ace Of Cups Boy, What’ll You Do Then It’s Bad For You But Buy It! (Big Beat (prev. unr.)) (2003)
Ohio Express Sausalito (Is The Place To Go) single (b/w Make Love Not War) (Buddah) (1969)
Storm Bend Me, Shape Me single (b/w I’m A Man (Give Me Good Loving)) (Sunflower) (1970) (From: Lost Jukebox: Volume 88)
The Mike Sammes Singers Things Are Swingin’ The Mike Sammes Singers (His Master’s Voice) (1964)
Music behind DJ: Electric Cokernut Jungle Juice Go Moog! (Music For Pleasure) (1973) (From: Popcorn & Other Smash Hits)
The Louvin Brothers Cash On The Barrelhead single (b/w You’re Running Wild) (Capitol) (1956) (From: Close Harmony)
Merle Haggard And The Strangers I’m Sittin’ On Top Of The World Totally Instrumental (With One Exception…) (Capitol) (1973)
The Texas Troubadours Texas Troubadour Stomp Ernest Tubb Presents The Texas Troubadours (Decca) (1964) (From: Almost To Tulsa – The Instrumentals)
Floyd Tillman I Love You So Much It Hurts shellac 10″ (b-side I’ll Take What I Can Get) (Columbia) (1948) (From: Dim Lights, Thick Smoke And Hillbilly Music – Country And Western Hit Parade)
George Jones & Gene Pitney I’ve Got A New Heartache George Jones & Gene Pitney (Musicor) (1965)
Norrie Paramor’s Orchestra Luna Rosa (Blushing Moon) Amor, Amor! Great Latin Standards By Norrie Paramor’s Orchestra (Capitol) (1961)
Chet Baker My One And Only Love Chet Baker Sings And Plays From The Film “Let’s Get Lost” (Novus) (1989)
Music behind DJ: Jackie Edwards, King Tubby & The Aggravators Invasion single (b/w The Aggrovators-Invasion Version) (High Note) (1976) (From: Dub From The Roots)
The Osmonds Hey, Mr. Taxi Crazy Horses (MGM) (1972)
Graham Parker Turn It Into Hate Acid Bubblegum (Razor & Tie) (1996)
Carnival Laia Ladaia Carnival (World Pacific) (1969) (From: Lost Jukebox Volume 027)
The L.A. Carnival Ron’s Tune Would Like To Pose A Question (Now Again (prev. unr.)) (1970)
The Seekers The Carnival Is Over single (b/w We Shall Not Be Moved) (Columbia) (1965)
Music behind DJ: Marty And The Mellow Yellow Bunch The Theme From Two Bananas In Love single (b-side to Two Bananas In Love) (Megaphone) (1967) (From: Lost Jukebox Volume 084)
Steve Marcus Eight Miles High Tomorrow Never Knows (Vortex) (1968)
Chris Forsyth & The Solar Motel Band High Castle Rock The Rarity Of Experience (No Quarter) (2016)
The Lovin’ Spoonful Warm Baby single (b-side to Rain On The Roof) (Kama Sutra) (1966)
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats Howling At Nothing Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats (Stax) (2015)
Music behind DJ: Scientist & Prince Jammy (feat. The Roots Radics Band) The Death Of Mr. Spock Scientist And Jammy Strike Back! (Trojan) (1982) (From: Trojan Dub Box Set)
The Dirtbombs My Love For You Ultraglide In Black (In The Black Recordings) (2001) (From: If You Don’t Already Have A Look)
Ike & Tina Turner Tra La La La La single (b/w Puppy Love) (Sue) (1962)
The Move The Last Thing On My Mind Shazam (A&M) (1970)
Music behind DJ: Fleetwood Mac Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…

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