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ep285Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 285: Friday, February 8, 2019 at noon, Eastern Time.

Show #285: I’m going to need your signed permission slips before you get on the bus.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
International Studio Orchestra Journey Into Sound No. 3 De Wolfe DWLP 2968 – Keith Papworth & Jack Trombey – Journey Into Sound (1966) (Music De Wolfe) (1966)
Depeche Mode Dreaming Of Me single (b/w Ice Machine) (Mute) (1981)
Los Dug Dug’s Hagámoslo Ahora: a) Sigueme b) Dime Que Eres Tu? c) Cortalo d) Ven, Ven, Ven e) Hagámoslo Ahora Smog (RCA) (1973)
Duane Eddy Joshin’ single (b-side to Lonely Boy, Lonely Guitar) (RCA Victor) (1963)
(From: Deep In The Heart Of Twangsville)
Status Quo Whatever You Want single (b/w Hard Ride) (Vertigo) (1979)
Music behind DJ: 
Keith Mansfield
Travelogue Bruton BRG 03 – Country Bound (Bruton Music) (1978)
Bobbie Gentry Niki Hoeky [Demo] prev. unr. (Capitol) (1967)
(From: The Girl From Chickasaw County: The Complete Capitol Masters)
Garland Jeffreys No Woman No Cry One Eyed Jack (A&M) (1978)
Martha And The Vandellas A Love Like Yours (Don’t Come Knocking Everyday) single (b-side to Heat Wave) (Gordy) (1963)
(From: Complete Motown Singles – Vol 3)
John Cale Jack The Ripper prev. unr. (n/a) (1979)
(From: Seducing Down The Door, A Collection 1970 – 1990 (Rhino, 1994))
Lou Reed Disco Mystic The Bells (Arista) (1979)
CJ & Co. Devil’s Gun Devil’s Gun (Westbound) (1977)
Music behind DJ: 
Ugo Busoni
Raid Valvole Nuova Idea MD 2303 (Nuova Idea) (1975)
Benny Greb Midnight Pizza Grebfruit (self-released) (2005)
Roy Smeck’s Trio Moonlight And Roses shellac 10″ (b-side to There’s Nothing Else To Do In Ma-La-Ka-Mo-Ka-Lu) (Rex) (1935)
(From: Melodies With Memories)
Noi Lane’s Hawaiian Orchestra Dreams Of Aloha shellac 10″ (b/w Hawaiian Ripple) (Victor) (1933)
(From: Rhythm Of The Islands: Music Of Hawaii 1913 – 1952)
Ferrante And Teicher Mississippi Boogie Soundproof – The Sound Of Tomorrow Today! (Westminster) (1956)
(From: The Ernie Kovacs Record Collection)
Altyrone Deno Brown If You Love Me single (b/w Sweet Pea) (Bandit) (1972)
(From: Eccentric Soul: The Bandit Label)
The Jackson Five One More Chance A.B.C. (Tamla/Motown) (1970)
The Madd I Saw Abba Ongeneeslijk Beat (Excelsior Recordings) (2007)
Music behind DJ: 
Ray Ellis
Mark In The Morning NBC 109 Fashion, Light Activity (NBC Background Music Library) (1970)
Meat Puppets Sam Forbidden Places (London) (1991)
Snakefinger Living in Vain Greener Postures (Ralph) (1980)
(From: Change the Beat: The Celluloid Records Story 1979 – 1987)
Grupo Fantasma Otoño Problemas (P-Vine) (2014)
Lorne Green Introduction – Bring On The Dancin’ Girls The Man (RCA Victor) (1965)
(From: Bonanza Cast, Vol. 3)
Little Jimmy Dickens I Feel For You (But I Can’t Quite Reach You) prev. unr. (n/a) (1956)
(From: Country Boy)
Glen Campbell Marie Norwood – Motion Picture Soundtrack (Capitol) (1970)
Dolly Parton Down from Dover The Fairest Of Them All (RCA Victor) (1970)
(From: Dolly Parton 1969 Chronological Classics)
Merle Haggard The Immigrant I’m Always On A Mountain When I Fall (MCA) (1978)
Music behind DJ: 
Dick Hyman
Flute Loop Amphonic – Special Assignment (Amphonic Music Ltd.) (1975)
Trixie Smith My Man Rocks Me (With One Steady Roll) shellac 10″ (b-side to Give Me That Old Slow Drag) (Paramount) (1924)
(From: Blues Masters – Vol 11 – Classic Blues Women)
King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band Sobbin’ Blues shellac 10″ (b-side to Farewell Blues) (Brunswick) (1928)
(From: Classic Jazz 003 – King Oliver 1923)
Ted Lewis and his Band Ho Hum! shellac 10″ (b-side to One More Time) (Columbia) (1931)
(From: The Jazzworthy 1929-1933)
Gene Austin My Blue Heaven shellac 10″ (b/w Are You Thinking Of Me To-night?) (Victor) (1927)
Hank Penny Tobacco State Swing shellac 10″ (b-side to Hawaiian Honeymoon) (Okeh) (1940)
(From: King 38-45 Of Hillbilly Bebop)
Norrie Paramor & His Strings Soul Coaxing Soul Coaxing (Columbia) (1968)
Alan Hull Money Game Pipedream (Charisma) (1973)
Duncan Lamont The Fuzz KPM 1163 – Rock Spectrum (KPM Music) (1975)
Elliot Blair Orchestra Forearm Shiver Music From National Football League Films – Volume II (NFL) (unk.)
Music behind DJ: 
Buckethead And Bootsy Collins
(Ghost) Riders In The Sky Buckethead + Bootsy Collins (unk.) (unk.)
Fotomaker Can I Please Have Some More Fotomaker (Atlantic) (1978)
Calliope California Dreaming Steamed (Buddah) (1968)
Clover Wade In The Water Clover (Fantasy) (1970)
Rupie Edwards All Stars Feeling High single (b-side to Rupie Edwards/Ire Feelings) (Cactus) (1974)
The “5” Royales Mr. Moon Man Pt 1 & Pt 2 prev. unr. (unk.) (1962)
(From: Soul & Swagger: The Complete “5” Royales 1951-1967)
Mink DeVille Gunslinger Cabretta (Capitol) (1977)
Bobby Rydell When I See That Girl of Mine single (b/w It Takes Two) (Capitol) (1965)
(From: The Complete Bobby Rydell on Capitol)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…

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