Apr 062018

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ep243Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 243: Friday, April 6th, 2018 at noon, Eastern Time.

Show #243: Storm clouds were brewing.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Joe Loss & His Band (voc. Chick Henderson) Begin The Beguine shellac 10″ (b/w My Prayer) (Royal Zonaphone) (1939)
Glenn Miller & His Orchestra In The Mood shellac 10″ (b/w I Want To Be Happy) (Bluebird) (1939)
Glenn Miller & His Orchestra Little Brown Jug shellac 10″ (b-side to Pavanne) (Bluebird) (1939)
Bea Wain & Larry Clinton Deep Purple shellac 10″ (b/w A Study In Red) (Victor) (1939)
The Merry Macs I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles shellac 10″ (b-side to Igloo) (Decca) (1939)
Bing Crosby And The Andrews Sisters Yodelin’ Jive shellac 10″ (b-side to Ciribiribin (They’re So In Love)) (Decca) (1939)
Music behind DJ: 
Glenn Miller & His Orchestra
Moonlight Serenade shellac 10″ (b-side to Sunrise Serenade) (Bluebird) (1939)
Cliff Bruner & his Texas Wanderers Truck Driver’s Blues shellac 10″ (b/w I’m Tired Of You) (Decca) (1939)
Roy Acuff And His Smoky Mountain Boys Beautiful Brown Eyes shellac 10″ (b/w Living On The Mountain, Baby Mine) (Vocalion) (1939)
The Pine Ridge Boys You Are My Sunshine shellac 10″ (b/w Farther Along) (Bluebird) (1939)
Hoosier Hot Shots Annabelle shellac 10″ (b-side to It’s A Lonely Trail (When You’re Travelin’ All Alone)) (Vocalion) (1939)
Tennessee Ramblers Four Or Five Times shellac 10″ (b/w Hootchie-Kootchie-Koo) (Bluebird) (1939)
Floyd Tillman It Had To Be That Way shellac 10″ (b/w I’d Settle Down For You) (Decca) (1939)
Rex Griffin Lovesick Blues shellac 10″ (b/w My Hill Billy Baby) (Decca) (1939)
Music behind DJ: 
Cootie Williams & His Rug Cutters
Mobile Blues shellac 10″ (b/w Gal-Avantin’) (Vocalion) (1939)
Louis Prima & His New Orleans Gang A Good Man Is Hard To Find shellac 10″ (b/w If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight) (Decca) (1939)
Barney Bigard & His Orchestra Honey Hush shellac 10″ (b-side to Just Another Dream) (Okeh) (1939)
Albert Ammons Boogie Woogie Stomp shellac 10″ (b/w Boogie Woogie Blues) (Blue Note) (1939)
Fats Waller Good for Nothin’ But Love shellac 10″ (b/w You’re The Cutest One) (Bluebird) (1939)
Earl Hines And His Orchestra Ridin’ And Jivin’ shellac 10″ (b/w Grand Terrace Shuffle) (Bluebird) (1939)
The Three Peppers Fuzzy Wuzzy shellac 10″ (b/w Down By The Old Mill Stream) (Decca) (1939)
Joe Turner And Pete Johnson Roll ’em Pete shellac 10″ (b-side to Goin’ Away Blues) (Vocalion) (1939)
Music behind DJ: 
Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra
Wizzin’ the Wizz shellac 10″ (b/w Denison Swing) (Victor) (1939)
Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra Smorgasbord And Schnapps shellac 10″ (b/w Solid Old Man) (Brunswick) (1939)
Woody Herman & His Orchestra Woodchopper’s Ball shellac 10″ (b/w Big-Wig In The Wigwam) (Decca) (1939)
Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra Cherokee shellac 10″ (b/w (Stay Up “Stan”) The All Night Record Man) (Bluebird) (1939)
Benny Goodman’s Sextet Rose Room shellac 10″ (b-side to Flying Home) (Columbia) (1939)
Art Tatum Tea For Two shellac 10″ (b-side to Deep Purple) (Decca) (1939)
Duke Ellington, Piano – Jimmy Blanton, Bass Plucked Again shellac 10″ (b-side to Blues) (Columbia) (1939)
Coleman Hawkins Body And Soul shellac 10″ (b/w Fine Dinner) (Bluebird) (1939)
Music behind DJ: 
Artie Shaw & His Orchestra
Traffic Jam shellac 10″ (b/w Serenade To A Savage) (Bluebird) (1939)
Cab Calloway And His Orchestra (Hep-Hep!) The Jumpin’ Jive shellac 10″ (b/w Trylon Swing) (Vocalion) (1939)
Slim Gaillard And His Flat-Foot-Floogee Boys A-Well-A-Take-Em-Joe (Crapshooter’s Jive) shellac 10″ (b/w Chicken Rhythm) (Vocalion) (1939)
Tampa Red She Got The Best In Town shellac 10″ (b/w Hellish Old Feeling) (Bluebird) (1939)
Blind Boy Fuller Big Leg Woman Gets My Pay shellac 10″ (b-side to I Want Some Of Your Pie) (Conqueror) (1939)
Leadbelly The Bourgeois Blues shellac 10″ (b-side to The Gallis Pole) (Musicraft) (1939)
Washboard Sam & His Washboard Band Has My Gal Been Here shellac 10″ (b/w Somebody Changed That Lock On My Door) (Bluebird) (1939)
Music behind DJ: 
Erskine Hawkins & His Orchestra
Tuxedo Junction shellac 10″ (b-side to Gin Mill Special) (Bluebird) (1939)
Marian Anderson Trampin’ Live at the Lincoln Memorial (n/a) (1939)
Billie Holiday Strange Fruit shellac 10″ (b/w Fine and Mellow) (Commodore) (1939)
Paul Robeson It Ain’t Necessarily So shellac 10″ (b/w A Woman Is A Sometime Thing) (Victor) (1939)
Zora Neal Hurston Po’ Gal shellac 10″ (b-side to Tampa) (un.) (1939)
Dorothy Lamour Strange Enchantment shellac 10″ (b/w That Sentimental Sandwich) (Bluebird) (1939)
Judy Garland Over the Rainbow shellac 10″ (b/w The Jitterbug) (Decca) (1939)
Music behind DJ: 
Xavier Cugat & His Waldorf Astoria Orquesta
Night Must Fall shellac 10″ (b/w Cui Cui / Catalino Rolón) (Victor) (1939)
Gene Autry Back To The Saddle shellac 10″ (b/w Little Old Band of Gold) (Vocalion) (1939)
Shep Fields & his Rippling Rhythm South Of The Border shellac 10″ (b/w It’s All Over Town) (Bluebird) (1939)
Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys Convict And The Rose shellac 10″ (b-side to San Antonio Rose) (Vocalion) (1939)
Patsy Montana (Accompanied by Prairie Ramblers) I Wanna Be A Western Cowgirl shellac 10″ (b/w My Song Of The West) (Vocalion) (1939)
Red Nichols & His Orchestra Tears from My Inkwell shellac 10″ (b/w I Never Knew Heaven Could Speak) (Bluebird) (1939)
Wayne King & His Orchestra My Man shellac 10″ (b/w Arrancame La Vida) (Victor) (1939)
Music behind DJ: 
Rex Stewart & His Feetwarmers
Montmartre shellac 10″ (b/w Solid Old Man) (Swing) (1939)
Horace Heidt & His Musical Knights (vocal Chorus by Red Ferrington, Le Ahn Sisters, Art Carney, Bob McCoy) Piggy Wiggy Woo shellac 10″ (b/w Two Hearts Are Better Than One) (Columbia) (1939)
Big Bill You can’t Sell ‘Em in Here shellac 10″ (b/w Baby Don’t You Remember) (Vocalion) (1939)
Walter Huston September Song shellac 10″ (b/w The Scars) (Brunswick) (1939)
The Ink Spots If I Didn’t Care shellac 10″ (b-side to Knock Kneed Sal (On The Mourner’s Bench)) (Decca) (1939)
Ella Fitzgerald with Chick Webb & His Savoy Orchestra My Last Goodbye shellac 10″ (b/w Ella Fitzgerald With Chick Webb And His Orchestra-Heart Of Mine) (Decca) (1939)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…

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