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ep255Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 255: Friday, June 29th, 2018 at noon, Eastern Time.

Show #255: Circle the wagons.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Barefoot Jerry Watchin’ TV (With The Radio On) Watchin’ TV (Monument) (1974)
Jan & Dean Like A Summer Rain single (b/w Louisiana Man) (J&D Record Co.) (1966) (From: Lost Jukebox Vol.122)
Fountains of Wayne I’ll Do the Driving Out-of-State Plates (Virgin) (2005)
Ben Folds Jesusland Songs For Silverman (Epic) (2005)
Cherry Twister I’m Gonna Be The Lonely Boy Tonite At Home With Cherry Twister (Not Lame) (1999)
Electric Light Orchestra Do Ya A New World Record (Jet) (1976)
Gale Garnett I Make Him Fly single (b/w The Sun Is Gray) (RCA Victor) (1966) (From: California Love-In #3)
Tetos Demetriades With Nathaniel Shilkret’s Orchestra Χινκι Ντινκι Παρλε Βου (Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo) shellac 10″ (b/w Nykta! Posi Ponoun) (Victor) (1929)
Music behind DJ: 
Mark Hawkins
Devastation Atmosphere 22 (Music House) (1995)
Jerry Murad’s “Fabulous” Harmonicats Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White (Columbia) (1960) (From: Complete Pop Instrumental Hits)
Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra The “C” Jam Blues shellac 10″ (b-side to Moon Mist) (RCA Victor) (1942) (From: The Jimmy Blanton Era (1939-1941))
Popol Vuh Ah! Hosianna Mantra (Pilz) (1972)
Roy Harper Freak Street Come Out Fighting Ghengis Smith (CBS) (1967)
Duncan Browne My Old Friends Duncan Browne (RAK) (1973)
Mark Radice Three Cheers (For The Sad Man) single (b-side to Ten Thousand Year Old Blues) (Decca) (1968) (From: Fading Yellow 6)
The Truth Jailer Bring Me Water single (b-side to Girl) (Pye) (1966) (From: Who’s Wrong? Mod Bedlam 1965-69)
Golden Gate Quartet Same Train shellac 10″ (b-side to Ride On Moses) (Mercury) (1950) (From: Nuggets of the Golden Age of Gospel 1945-1958)
Music behind DJ: 
Wilburn Burchette
Piercing The Psychic Heart Opens The Seven Gates Of Transcendental Consciousness (Ebos) (1972)
Imarhan Timbuktu Tarha Tazar Akal Warled (Clermont Music) (2014)
Juaneco Y Su Combo Vacilando Con Ayahuesca unk. (unk.) (unk.) (From: The Roots Of Chicha: Psychedelic Cumbias From Peru)
Earl Hines and His Orchestra Number 19 shellac 10″ (b-side to Boogie Woogie On St. Louis Blues) (Bluebird) (1940) (From: The Ultimate Jazz Archive)
Verckys et l´Orchestre Vévé Lina Omesana Boye Verckys A Paris (African) (1971) (From: Congolese Funk, Afrobeat & Psychedelic Rumba 1969-1978)
El Hijo De La Cumbia La Vida Es un Tango Freestyle De Ritmos (¡Ya Basta!) (2008)
Gal Costa Caras E Bocas Caras E Bocas (Philips) (1977)
Music behind DJ: 
Lou Donaldson
Alligator Bogaloo single (b/w Rev. Moses) (Blue Note) (1967)
David Bowie All The Madmen The Man Who Sold The World (RCA Victor) (1972)
Scissor Sisters Comfortably Numb Scissor Sisters (Polydor) (2003)
Birth Of Joy Code Red Life in Babalou (Suburban) (2012)
Alice Cooper Road Rats Lace And Whiskey (Warner Bros.) (1977) (From: The Studio Albums 1969-1983)
Motörhead Cradle To The Grave Eat the Rich (GWR) (1987) (From: The Best Of)
Music behind DJ: 
Ennio Morricone
Valmont’s Go-Go Pad Danger: Diabolik (Sycodelic) (1968)
Kenny Hollywood Magic Star single (b/w The Wonderful Story Of Love) (Decca) (1962) (From: They Were Wrong!)
Arthur Fields & the Peerless Quartet Good Morning, Mr. Zip, Zip, Zip shellac 10″ (b/w When Tony Goes Over the Top) (Victor (Paramount?)) (1918) (From: The Rise & Fall of Paramount Records, Volume 1 (1917-1927))
Slim & Slam I Got Rhythm unk. (unk.) (1938?) (From: Slim and Slam: 1938-1939)
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra Diga Diga Doo shellac 10″ (b/w Down’ The New Low-Down) (Okeh) (1928)
Charles “‘Dad” Nelson and His Guitar Mississippi Strut shellac 10″ (b/w Coon Can Blues) (Paramount) (1926) (From: The Rise & Fall of Paramount Records, Volume 1 (1917-1927))
Martiniques Tonight Is Just Another Night single (b/w Unknown Love) (Roulette) (1962) (From: Spotlite On Roulette)
Billy Grammer Mabel (You Have Been A Friend To Me) single (b/w Papa and Mama) (Rice) (1967)
Tom Waits Walking Spanish Rain Dogs (Island) (1985)
Monna Bell Y Aldemaro Romero El Jarabe Loco La Onda Nueva En Mexico (Onda Nueva) (1970)
Music behind DJ: 
Beverly’s All Stars
The Man single (b-side to Desmond Dekker & The Aces-Israelites) (Pyramid) (1968) (From: The Best Of Desmond Dekker – The Israelites)
The Selecter On My Radio single (b/w Too Much Pressure) (Two-Tone) (1979) (From: The Sound of Ska)
Kirsty MacColl A New England single (b/w Patrick) (Stiff) (1984) (From: The Big Stiff Box Set)
Esther Phillips Crazy Good Black Is Hard To Crack (Mercury) (1981) (From: RossyBoy’s Second Chances)
Al Caiola A String Of Pearls The Magnificent Seven (United Artists) (1960)
Harpers Bizarre Medley: Bye, Bye, Bye / Vine Street The Secret Life Of Harpers Bizarre (Warner Bros./Seven Arts Records) (1968)
The Union Jacks I Gotta Go single (b/w No One But You) (Rampro) (1966) (From: You Ain’t Tough – USA Garage Greats)
George Olsen & His Music The Last Round Up shellac 10″ (b/w This Time It’s Love) (Columbia) (1933) (From: Chart-Toppers Of The Thirties)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…

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