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ep279Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 279: Friday, December 28, 2018 at noon, Eastern Time.

Show #279: And we’re back.

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On Friday, January 4th, Hinky Dinky Time will present the third annual all listener request show.

As in the past, you can send Uncle Michael your request by using the WFMU email form.Additionally, this year you can make your request via text message or voice mail at: (785) 251-3397. Unless you request otherwise, your voice mail request may be played on the air. You’ll increase your chances of having your request included if you include your WFMU commenter name in your email, text or voice mail…and if it doesn’t suck!
The archived audio and podcast is available now.

Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
The Flaming Sideburns Are You Ready Back To The Grave (Bad Afro) (2006)
Mungo Jerry Alright Alright Alright single (b/w Little Miss Hipshake) (Dawn) (1973)
(From: Baby Jump: The Definitive Collection)
Creedence Clearwater Revival Run Through The Jungle single (b/w Up Around The Bend) (Liberty) (1970)
(From: Billboard Top 100 Of 1970)
Mike Pedicin The Beat single (b/w Save Us, Preacher Davis) (RCA Victor) (1956)
Bob Dylan Everything Is Broken (alternate version) prev. unr. (n/a) (1989)
(From: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 8: Tell Tale Signs)
The Vestibules Bulbous Bouffant Sketches Songs And Shoes (Borpo) (1994)
Leroy Holmes Orchestra And Chorus Mah-Nà, Mah-Nà Themes From The New Provocative Films (United Artists) (unk)
(From: Ultra-Lounge, Vol. 18: Bottoms Up)
Merle Haggard If We Make It Through December If We Make It Through December (Capitol) (1974)
(From: Down Every Road)
Music behind DJ: 
Bill Black’s Combo
White Silver Sands single (b/w The Wheel) (Hi) (1960)
(From: Instrumental Gems Of The ’60s)
Fleetwood Mac, Otis Spann, Willie Dixon, Shakey Horton, J.T. Brown, Guitar Buddy, Honeyboy Edwards, S.P. Leary Red Hot Jam(take 1/with studio talk) Blues Jam in Chicago – Volume One (Blue Horizon) (1969)
Bo Diddley Say Boss Man Bo Diddley (Chess) (1958)
(From: ABC of the Blues)
Boz Scaggs & Band Monkey Time Boz Scaggs & Band (Columbia) (1971)
(From: The Music People Volume 01)
Vipers Skiffle Group Maggie May Skiffling Along With The Vipers (Parlophone) (1957)
(From: Pig Iron, Washboards, Freight Trains & Kazoos, The UK Skiffle Boom 1954-1957)
David Bowie Growin’ Up Pin Ups (bonus track, CD reissue) (RCA Victor) (1973)
Gilbert O’sullivan Nothing Rhymed single (b/w Everybody Knows) (MAM) (1970)
(From: Gilbert O’sullivan: Himself)
Tom Robinson Band Up Against The Wall single (b/w I’m All Right Jack) (EMI) (1978)
Music behind DJ: 
Buddy Merrill’s Magic Guitars
Barcarolle Berry BMPPS 1020: Programme Prod. Vol. 20 (Berry Music Co. Ltd) (1974)
Don Gibson Ashes Of Love single (b/w Good Morning, Dear) (RCA Victor) (1968)
(From: 1966-1967 (Chronological Classics))
Meat Puppets Bad Love Huevos (SST) (1987)
Brian Wilson and Dennis Wilson Oh Lord Cocaine Sessions (n/a) (1981)
Gene Pitney Little Betty Falling Star Gene Pitney’s Big Sixteen Volume Two (Musicor) (1965)
(From: The Rare Bacharach, Vol. 1: 1956-1978)
Chuck Bernard Every Hurt Make You Stronger single (b-side to Funny Changes)
(From: Northern Soul – Of Chicago Vol 2)
The Louvin Brothers My Curly Head Baby shellac 10″ (b/w You’re Learning) (Capitol) (1959)
(From: Close Harmony)
McKinney’s Cotton Pickers It’s Tight Like That shellac 10″ (b/w There’s A Rainbow ‘Round My Shoulder) (Victor) (1929)
(From: The Ultimate Jazz Archive)
Floyd Tillman The Record Goes Round And Round single (b/w My Heart Won’t Forget) (Pearl) (1957)
(From: I Love You So Much It Hurts: 1936-1981)
Music behind DJ: 
Pee Wee Crayton
Blues After Hours Pee Wee Crayton (Crown) (1960)
(From: ABC of the Blues)
Cracker Movie Star Kerosene Hat (Virgin) (1993)
Elliott Smith LA Figure 8 (DreamWorks) (2000)
The Blazers Top Of My World single (b/w Don’t Worry About It) (Moonlight) (1980)
(From: The History Of Power Pop Volume Seven – The South)
The Bellfuries Heaven Isn’t Mine Palmyra (Moe & Sal) (2008)
Fountains of Wayne New Routine Traffic and Weather (Virgin) (2007)
Bee Gees Deeply, Deeply Me prev. unr. (n/a) (1967)
(From: Horizontal (unreleased track) The Studio Albums 1967-1968 (Reprise, 2006))
Music behind DJ: 
thing
Frente Cumbiero Meets Mad Professor Analógica (Bonus Track) Frente Cumbiero Meets Mad Professor (Vampi Soul) (2011)
Juaneco y Su Combo San Juan 75 single (b/w El Brujo) (Infopesa) (1975)
(From: Purple Chicha: Peruvian Cumbias Rebajadas (A Murky Recess Mix))
Afrosound Sabor Navideño La Danza de Los Mirlos (Discos Fuentes) (1973)
Los Pop-Tops Road To Freedom single (b-side to Mamy Blue) (A&M) (1971)
Aswad Back To Africa Aswad (Island) (1976)
(From: Sound System – The Story Of Jamaican Music)
Mandingo Black Rite single (b-side to Medicine Man) (EMI) (1973)
(From: The Sound Gallery)
Music behind DJ: 
David Snell
Tender Memories KPM 1129 – The Contemporary Harp/Light And Leisure (KPM Music) (1973)
Cal Tjader & Mary Stallings Mighty Rumblin’ Blues Cal Tjader Plays, Mary Stallings Sings (Fantasy) (1962)
Morley Loon N’Doheeno Northland, My Land (Boot) (1981)
(From: Native North America: Aboriginal Folk, Rock, and Country 1966–1985)
Earl Grant I’ll Never Smile Again Just For A Thrill (Decca) (1964)
The Holy Mackerel Bitter Honey The Holy Mackerel (Reprise) (1968)
(From: Bubblegum MF Volume 06)
Dave Dee,Dozy,Beaky,Mick & Tich All I Want To Do Dave Dee,Dozy,Beaky,Mick & Tich (Fontana) (1966)
The Beat Walking Out On Love The Beat (Columbia) (1979)
(From: The D.I.Y Rhino Series Vol. 8 – Shake It Up – American Pop II (1978-80))
The Birds Leaving Here single (b/w Next In Line) (Decca) (1965)
(From: The Collector’s Guide To Rare British Birds)
Marlene Dietrich Lili Marleen Marlene Dietrich (Philips) (1959)
(From: Flashbacks 06-Hitler & Hell (American War Songs 1933-1947))
Fleetwood Mac Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…

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