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ep267Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 267: Friday, September 28, 2018 at noon, Eastern Time.

Show #267: De gustibus non disputandum est.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Harry Nilsson Mournin’ Glory Story Harry (RCA) (1969) (From: Life Line: The Songs of Nilsson 1967-1971)
Bee Gees Second Hand People Spicks And Specks (Spin) (1966)
Merle Haggard Sidewalks Of Chicago single (b/w I Can’t Be Myself) (Capitol) (1970) (From: Anthology (1963-1977))
Carl Mann I Ain’t Got No Home single (b-side to If I Could Change You) (Philips International) (1961) (From: The Complete Sun Singles Vol.6)
Jeffrey Comanor No Home-Don’t Care single (b/w Take Your Own Sweet Time) (A&M) (1970) (From: Lost Jukebox: Volume 147)
Los Lobos Angels With Dirty Faces Kiko (Slash) (1992)
Tom Waits Rain Dogs Big Time (Island) (1987)
Loudon Wainwright III Homeless Last Man on Earth (Red House) (2001)
Music behind DJ: 
Eliot’s Music Room
A Touch Of Love single (b/w The Prophet) (Laurie) (1968)
Velvet Underground Jesus Velvet Underground (MGM) (1969)
Trio Esperan├ža A Felicidade Segundo (Phonogram) (1995)
Sylvie Vartan It’s Not A Game Gift Wrapped From Paris (RCA Victor) (1965)
Aksak Maboul Age Route Brra! (Radio Sofia) Un Peu De L’├éme Des Bandits (Atem) (1980)
The Walker Brothers Death of Romance Nite Flights (GTO) (1978)
Swamp Dogg Do You Believe Rat On! (Elektra) (1971) (From: The Excellent Sides, Vol. 1 – Rat On)
Willie Nelson So Much To Do Shotgun Willie (Atlantic) (1973) (From: Nashville Was the Roughest)
Grand Funk Railroad Bad Time single (b/w Good & Evil) (Capitol) (1974) (From: Capitol Collectors Series)
Music behind DJ: 
Chim Kothari
Sitar ‘N’ Spice single (b/w Indian Bat) (Deram) (1966) (From: Lost Jukebox Volume 084)
Joe Simon Theme From Cleopatra Jones single (b/w Who Was That Lady) (Spring) (1973)
Aphrodite’s Child Funky Mary It’s Five O’Clock (Mercury) (1969)
Blue Harmony Boys (Rufus & Ben Quillian) Jerking The Load shellac 10″ (b-side to Take It Out Too Deep) (Paramount) (1929) (From: The Rise & Fall of Paramount Records, Volume 2 (1928-1932))
The Louvin Brothers How’s The World Treating You single (b/w It Hurt Me More (The Second Time Around)) (Capitol) (1961) (From: Close Harmony)
Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra Skrontch (Alternate take) shellac 10″ (b-side to If You Were In My Place (What Would You Do) (Brunswick) (1938) (From: 1932-1940 Brunswick, Columbia And Master Recordings Of Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra)
If Fibonacci’s Number If 3 (United Artists) (1971)
Music behind DJ: 
Grateful Dead
Molly D Rehearsals 1983-01-31 – Stone House Studio – Rehearsals (n/a) (1983)
Dave Dudley Six Days on the Road single (b/w I Feel A Cry Coming On) (Golden Wing) (1963) (From: The Golden Age of American Rock ‘n’ Roll: Special Country Edition)
Dick Curless A Tombstone Every Mile single (b/w Heart Talk) (Tower) (1965) (From: Dim Lights, Thick Smoke And Hillbilly Music – Country And Western Hit Parade)
Red Sovine Phantom 309 single (b/w In Your Heart) (Starday) (1967) (From: Biky’s Golden Country Songs II (Part 87))
Del Reeves Girl On The Billboard single (b/w Eyes Don’t Come Crying To Me) (United Artists) (1965)
Red Simpson Diesel Smoke, Dangerous Curves single (b/w I’m Gonna Write Momma For Money) (Capitol) (1966)
Kay Adams Little Pink Mack single (b/w That’ll Be The Day) (Tower) (1966) (From: 50 Years Of Country)
Lucky Starr I’ve Been Everywhere (Austrailia) single (b/w Cuddle Closer) (Festival) (1962)
Lucky Starr I’ve Been Everywhere (New Zealand) single (b/w Cuddle Closer) (The All Blacks B.V.) (1962)
Lucky Starr I’ve Been Everywhere (Great Britain) single (b/w Wrong) (Parlophone) (1962)
Lucky Starr I’ve Been Everywhere (USA) single (b/w Cuddle Closer) (Big Top) (1962)
Music behind DJ: 
Roberta Meshell
Space Ballad single (b-side to If There’s People Up There) (Date) (1966)
Head Hands & Feet Warming Up The Band single (b/w Silver Mine) (Island) (1971) (From: Tracks…Plus)
Terry Reid Sweater Bang, Bang You’re Terry Reid (Epic) (1968) (From: Bubblepop Motherfucker – Vol 3)
The Bootjacks Stoned single (b/w Summertime) (Sonet) (1965) (From: The Essential Pebbles, Volume Three: European Garage. Still More Ultimate ’66 Garage Classics!)
The Statesmen Roo-Buh-Doo-Buh-Doo single (b/w Teen Theme) (Raynard) (1963) (From: Pebbles Vol.17 [LP])
Nick Lowe & His Cowboy Outfit (Hope To God) I’m Right The Rose Of England (F-Beat) (1985)
Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys William Tell prev. unr. (n/a) (1938) (From: San Antonio Rose [Box Set])
The Monkees Tapioca Tundra The Birds, The Bees & The Monkees (Colgems) (1968)
Daniel Farrant, James Knight & Ray Gelato Ding Ding Crooners & Swooners (Bandcamp) (2014)
Music behind DJ: 
Partridge Andrews Barker
Oodoo Monstrance (Ape House) (2007)
Mr. B Somebody Please unk. (unk.) (unk.) (From: RossyBoy’s Still Keeping Them Covered)
Camper Van Beethoven Sweethearts Key Lime Pie (Virgin) (1989)
Stan Kenton And His Orchestra September Song (90%) single (b/w Artistry In Tango) (Capitol) (1951)
Manfred Mann’s Earth Band I’m Up And I’m Leaving Manfred Mann’s Earth Band (Philips) (1972)
Pretty Things Maybe You Tried Silk Torpedo (Swan Song) (1974)
Yeah Yeah Yeahs No No No Fever To Tell (Interscope) (2003)
Kenny Sinclair Bye Bye unk. (unk.) (unk.) (From: Wildroot (compiled by Tom Ardolino))
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…

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