May 182018

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ep250Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 250: Friday, May 18th, 2018 at noon, Eastern Time.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
The Stooges Fun House Fun House (Elektra) (1970)
Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra voc. Edythe Wright Are You Having Any Fun? shellac 10″ (b-side to Goodnight My Beautiful) (Victor) (1939)
Andy Partridge Mechanical Planet Fuzzy Warbles 4 (Ape House) (2003)
Electric Sandwich Devil’s Dream Electric Sandwich (brain) (1972)
Jerry Reed Lightning Rod single (b/w You’ve Got It) (RCA Victor) (1974)
John Debney Make Way For Tomorrow Today Iron Man 2 (Original Motion Picture Score) (Columbia) (2010)
Music behind DJ: 
Yo La Tengo
Esportes Casual There’s a Riot Going On (Matador) (2018)
The Timers No Go Showboat single (b/w Competition Coupe) (Reprise) (1963) (From: Lost Jukebox Volume 078)
Hardrock Gunter I Put My Britches On Like Everybody Else single (b-side to I’ll Give ‘Em Rhythm) (King) (1955) (From: King Hillbilly Vol 3)
LB Lawson & James Scott Jr Got My Call Card prev. unr. (Sun) (unk.) (From: Sun Records: The Blues Years 1950-1958, Vol 1)
Tony Allan Holy Smoke, Baby single (b/w Time Won’t Wait On You) (Aladdin) (1958) (From: Rhythm & Blues Collection)
Ray B. Anthony Alice Blue Gown single (b/w St. Louis Blues) (Sun) (1959) (From: The Complete Sun Singles Vol.4)
Jim Reeves And The Circle O Ranch Boys Mexican Joe single (b-side to Jim Reeves/I Could Cry) (Abbott) (1953)
Raymond Scott Quintette Sleepwalker unk. (unk.) (1937) (From: Microphone Music)
Spike Jones Powerhouse unk. (unk.) (unk.) (From: Ultra-Lounge, Vol. 13: TV Town)
The Happenings See You In September (Italian) single (b/w He Thinks He’s A Hero) (B.T. Puppy) (1966)
Music behind DJ: 
Shelta Blues Everything Counts (EP) (Switchstance Recordings) (2010)
Nicolette Larson Tears, Tears, And More Tears Radioland (Warner Bros.) (1980)
Rolling Stones Good Time Women prev. unr. (n/a) (1970) (From: Genuine Black Box V – Life On The Run)
The Banditz J.C.B. single (b/w Damage Your Health) (Phaeton) (1980) (From: Shake Some Action Vol. 3)
Buck Owens And The Buckeroos I Gotta A Right To Know Buck Owens (Capitol) (1962) (From: The Complete Capitol Singles – 1957-1966)
The Everly Brothers Temptation single (b/w to Stick With Me Baby) (Warner Bros.) (1961)
Picardy 5.30 Plane single (b/w In The Name Of You) (Dunhill) (1969) (From: Lost Jukebox – Vol 133) I have no fucking clue what I’m playing right now.]
Donovan Turquoise single (b/w Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness)) (Pye) (1965)
Soffrok Set Me Free single (b/w 2 O’Clock In The Morning) (Albert Productions) (1972)
Brian Poole & The Tremeloes Could It Be You? single (b/w Good Lovin’) (Decca) (1965)
Music behind DJ: 
Joe Loss And His Orchestra
Warpaint Must Be Madison-Must Be Twist (His Master’s Voice) (1963) (From: Instro-Hipsters a Go-Go! Vol.2)
Thomas Demenga Suite Nr. 2 In d-Moll Für Violoncello Solo – Prelude J.S. Bach / B.A. Zimmermann (ECM) (1996)
Miles Davis Tempus Fugit Vol. 2 (Blue Note) (1953) (From: The Ultimate Jazz Archive)
Los Straitjackets Shake That Rat Sing Along with los Straitjackets (Yep Roc) (2001)
Jethro Tull Some Day The Sun Won’t Shine For You This Was (Island) (1968)
Gasolin’ Cellophane Brain What A Lemon (Epic) (1976) (From: A Foreign Affair II)
Sharon Needles Why Do You Think You Are Nuts? (Horton Remix) prev. unr. (n/a) (2006)
Music behind DJ: 
Joe Loss And His Orchestra
Warpaint Must Be Madison-Must Be Twist (His Master’s Voice) (1963) (From: Instro-Hipsters a Go-Go! Vol.2)
Bad Company Gone, Gone, Gone Desolation Angels (Swan Song) (1979)
Michael Andrews Featuring Gary Jules Mad World Mad World (Sanctuary) (2003)
Frente! Labour of Love Labour of Love (CD EP) (Mammoth) (1994)
Gal Costa Baby Tropicália Ou Panis Et Circencis (Philips) (1968)
Alan Parker Solid Satin Afro Rock (KPM) (1973)
El Hijo De La Cumbia Cumbia Regional Freestyle De Ritmos (¡Ya Basta!) (2008)
Blind Blake That Will Never Happen No More shellac 10″ (b-side to Bad Feeling Blues) (Paramount) (1927) (From: The Rise & Fall of Paramount Records, Volume 1 (1917-1927))
David Bowie Queen Bitch Hunky Dory (RCA Victor) (1971)
Music behind DJ: 
Chicha Libre
Popcorn Andino ¡Sonido Amazonico! (Barbès) (2008)
Mud Morning single (b-side to The Cat Crept In) (RAK) (1974)
Plastic Penny Baby You’re Not To Blame single (b-side to Your Way To Tell Me Go) (Page One) (1968)
The Who The Ox My Generation (Brunswick) (1965)
Winston Edwards & Blackbeard Downing Street Rock At 10 Downing Street – Dub Conference (Celluloid) (1980) (From: Change the Beat: The Celluloid Records Story 1979 – 1987)
Earl Grant One Way Street single (b-side to Little Girl Lost) (Prince) (1956)
The Staple Singers I Know I Got Religion shellac 10″ (b-side to Uncloudy Day) (Vee Jay) (1956) (From: The Best Of The Vee-Jay Years)
Champion Jack Dupree The Death Of Louis Armstrong 25 Géants… Du Blues (Vogue) (1975)
Lainie Kazan Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye single (b/w Sweet Talk) (MGM) (1966)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…

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