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ep262Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 262: Friday, August 24, 2018 at noon, Eastern Time.

Show #262: If it’s good to ya, it’s good for ya.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Harry Nilsson Early in the Morning Nilsson Schmilsson (RCA Victor) (1971) (From: Personal Best: The Harry Nilsson Anthology)
Big Star Country Morn (1995 flexi) (Back of a Car Magazine) (unk.) (From: Keep An Eye On The Sky)
The Wizards From Kansas Codine The Wizards From Kansas (Mercury) (1970)
Peggy Lee with the Dave Barbour Four Trav’lin Light Transcription Disc B-427 (Capitol) (1949) (From: The Peggy Lee Story)
Sara Evans Bible Song Real Fine Place (RCA) (2005)
Steely Dan Pretzel Logic Pretzel Logic (ABC) (1974)
Music behind DJ: 
Al Caiola
Temptation Warm & Mellow (Unart) (1967)
Johnny Adams Reconsider Me single (b/w If I Could See You One More Time) (SSS International) (1969)
Del Reeves A Woman Don’t Like A Good Man Six of One, Half-A-Dozen of the Other (United Artists) (1967)
Marty Robbins I’ve Got No Use for the Women More Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs (Columbia) (1960)
Connie Hall The Bottle Or Me single (b-side to After Date Rendezvous) (Mercury) (1959) (From: Twisted Tales From The Vinyl Wastelands vol.10: Pancho Lopez Walks The Line)
Don Covay Somebody’s Been Enjoying My Home single (b/w Bad Mouthing) (Mercury) (1973)
Tiny Bradshaw Walkin’ the Chalk Line shellac 10″ (b/w Bradshaw Boogie) (King) (1951) (From: Blowing the Fuse – 28 R&B Classics That Rocked the Jukebox in 1951)
Ukulele Ike (Cliff Edwards) Anything You Say shellac 10″ (b/w Just Like A Melody Out Of The Sky) (Columbia) (1928)
Randy Newman What Have You Done To Me (demo) prev. unr. (n/a) (1998) (From: Guilty 30 Years Of)
Music behind DJ: 
The Three Suns
Terry Theme On a Magic Carpet (RCA Victor) (1960)
Jerry Garcia/David Grisman/Tony Rice So What The Pizza Tapes (Acoustic Disc (2000)) (1993)
Eddie Jefferson So What Body And Soul (Prestige) (1968) (From: F16#84 – Moving Between Dimensions)
Miles Davis, John Coltrane So What (Live from Olympia Theatre, Paris) prev. unr. (n/a) (2018) (From: The Final Tour: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 6)
Music behind DJ: 
The Beau Hunks
Little Dancing Girl The Beau Hunks Play the Original Little Rascals Music (Koch Screen) (1994)
Aretha Franklin Can’t You Just See Me single (b-side to Little Miss Raggedy Ann) (Columbia) (1965) (From: Take A Look Aretha Franklin Complete On Columbia – A Bit Of Soul)
Bobbie Gentry And Glen Campbell Sunday Mornin’ Bobbie Gentry & Glen Campbell (Capitol) (1968)
Peter, Paul & Mary The Other Side of This Life The Peter, Paul & Mary Album (Warner Bros.) (1966)
The Supremes Things Are Changing (single-sided) Advertising Council special record ((promo only)) (1965) (From: Complete Motown Singles – Vol 5)
ABBA Estoy Soñando (Version Española) I Have A Dream single (b/w As Good As New) (Carnaby) (1979) (From: The Complete Studio Recordings)
The Peanut Butter Conspiracy Ecstasy The Great Conspiracy (Columbia) (1967) (From: Living Dream : The Best Of The Peanut Butter Conspiracy)
Gerry Monroe Sally single (b/w You Always Hurt The One You Love) (Chapter 1) (1970)
Music behind DJ: 
David Axelrod
Merlin’s Prophecy Song Of Innocence (Capitol) (1968)
The Penetrators What They Said They Would prev. unr. (Ice Cream Man Power Pop And More) (2018) (From: Songs We Learnt At Sundae School)
Sons of the Pioneers Baby Doll shellac 10″ (b-side to The Letter Marked Unclaimed) (RCA Victor) (1946) (From: Wagons West)
Gal (Costa) Flor De Maracujá Cantar (Philips) (1974)
Os Mutantes Preciso Urgentemente Encontrar Um Amigo A Divina Comedia Ou Ando Meio Desligado (Polydor) (1970)
Lambert, Hendricks & Ross with The Ike Isaacs Trio Home Cookin’ High Flying (Columbia) (1961) (From: The Hottest New Group In Jazz (3CD set))
Mildred Bailey Wham Re-Bop-Boom-Bam! shellac 10″ (b/w Little High Chairman) (Columbia) (1940)
Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra Dear Old Southland shellac 10″ (b-side to They Call It Dancing) (Victor) (1922)
Duke Ellington East St. Louis Toodle-O shellac 10″ (b/w Hop Head) (Columbia) (1927) (From: The Encyclopedia Of Jazz. Classic Jazz. Volume 054)
Music behind DJ: 
Bill Frisell
Reflections From The Moon Guitar In The Space Age! (Okeh) (2014)
Harry Nilsson Rainmaker Harry (RCA Victor) (1969)
The Staple Singers It Rained Children shellac 10″ (b-side to Won’t You Sit Down) (United) (1954) (From: Faith & Grace: A Family Journey – 1953-1976)
Marty Robbins Knee Deep In The Blues single (b-side to The Same Two Lips) (Columbia) (1956)
Champion Jack Dupree Goin’ Down Slow Blues From The Gutter (Atlantic) (1958) (From: ABC of the Blues)
Andy Partridge My Land is Burning (demo) prev. unr. (Ape House) (2004) (From: Fuzzy Warbles 5)
Bettye Swann Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye The Soul View Now! (Capitol) (1969)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…

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