Apr 122019

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ep294Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 294: Friday, April 12, 2019 at noon, Eastern Time.

Show #294: This never gets old.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Alain Romans Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot: Ambiance Restaurant et Musique Les Musiques Originales Et Les Dialogues De Jacques Tati (Naïve) (1953)
(From: Composers For the Films of Jacques Tati)
Yo La Tengo Deeper Into Movies Stuff Like That There (Matador) (2015)
Nino Ferrer Si Tu Maimes Encore single (b-side to Je Veux Etre Noir) (Riviera) (1966)
(From: Sunnyside Cafe Series: Paris Fetiche: The French Classic Rendez-Vous)
Dug Dug’s No, si, Yo, Tu, Ya Cambia, Cambia (RCA Camden) (1975)
Slim Harpo Te-Ni-Nee-Ni-Nu single (b/w Mailbox Blues) (Excello) (1969)
(From: The Best Of Slim Harpo)
Status Quo Down Down single (b/w Nightride) (Vertigo) (1974)
Music behind DJ: 
Dion and the Belmonts
A Teenager in Love (backing track) unk. (unk.) (1959)
Ripple I Don’t Know What It Is But It Sure Is Funky single (b/w Dance Lady Dance) (GRC) (1973)
(From: Golden Classics)
Joe Marsala Lover shellac 10″ (b/w Don’t Let It End) (Musicraft) (1945)
(From: Joe Marsala 1944-1945 Chronological Classics)
Freddy Martin And His Orchestra Everytime shellac 10″ (b-side to Dream) (Victor) (1945)
Count Basie And His All-American Rhythm Section Cafe Society Blues Blues By Basie (Columbia) (1944)
Joe Turner’s Orchestra featuring Pete Johnson at the Piano Radar Blues shellac 10″ (b/w Trouble Blues) (Down Beat) (1948)
(From: Joe Turner’s Orchestra featuring Pete Johnson at the Piano 1947-1949 Chronological Classics)
Southern Contemporary Rock Assembly C.C. Rider SCRA (M7) (1971)
Johnny Cash Kate A Thing Called Love (Columbia) (1972)
The Beatles Bad Boy Beatles VI (Capitol) (1965)
(From: Past Masters Disc 1 (2009 Stereo Remaster))
Gregory Phillips Don’t Bother Me single (b/w Make Sure That You’re Mine) (Pye) (1964)
(From: Beat, Beat, Beat, Vol. 3: Mop Top Pop)
Gary Puckett & the Union Gap Don’t Make Promises single (b-side to Woman, Woman) (Columbia) (1967)
(From: Looking Glass: A Collection)
Music behind DJ: 
Robert Ascot
The Supermarket Capitol Media Music – Release No. 11 – Then & Now-Here & There (MELS-9) (Capitol Media Music) (unk.)
Bob & Ray Alligator Industries prev. unr. (WOR) (1974)
(From: Classic Bob And Ray, Volume Three – Selections From A Career: 1946-1976)
Jimmy Stokely & the Exiles It’s Alligator Time single (b/w A Game Called Hurt) (LTD International) (1965)
(From: Jump Jive & Harmonize)
Ben Sidran A Is For Alligator Blue Camus (Nardis Music, Bonsaï Music) (2014)
Carole King Alligators All Around Really Rosie (Ode) (1975)
Jimmy Newman Alligator Man single (b/w Give Me Heaven) (Decca) (1961)
Miss Judy Henske Low Down Alligator Judy Henske (Elektra) (1963)
(From: Judy Henske & High Flying Bird)
The Us Four The Alligator single (b/w By My Side) (Rising Sons) (1967)
(From: You Take Me For Rides – USA Garage Greats)
Union Express Alligator Fix single (b/w Do You Love Me) (Decca) (1973)
(From: Bubblegum MF Volume 17)
Helen Humes (with Sylvester Weaver & Walter Beasley) Alligator Blues shellac 10″ (b-side to Everybody Does It, Now) (Okeh) (1928)
(From: Complete Recorded Works Vol.1 & 2 Volume 2)
John Altman Alligator Blues THE JAZZ YEARS 1920s & 1930s (De Wolfe Jazz) (unk.)
(From: THE JAZZ YEARS 1920s & 1930s)
The Dawnbreakers Alligator single (b/w The Bounce) (Trophy) (1966)
(From: Sixties Rebellion Vol. 14)
Screamin’ Jay Hawkins Alligator Wine single (b/w There’s Something Wrong With You) (Okeh) (1958)
(From: Mostly Ghostly)
Music behind DJ: 
David Seville
Flip Side single (b-side to David Seville And The Chipmunks-Ragtime Cowboy Joe) (Liberty) (1959)
Jay Morton Alligator Strut single (b/w Did You Get The Message) (SMC) (1969)
(From: Electrostatic – Rare Funk Vol 2)
Louis Armstrong And His Hot Seven Alligator Crawl shellac 10″ (b-side to Willie The Weeper) (Okeh) (1927)
(From: 1926-1927 {Chronological Classics, 585})
King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band Alligator Hop shellac 10″ (b-side to Krooked Blues) (Gennett) (1923)
(From: Louis Armstrong and King Oliver)
Lou Donaldson Alligator Bogaloo single (b/w Rev. Moses) (Blue Note) (1967)
(From: The Artist Selects)
Sandy Bull & the Rhythm Ace Alligator Wrestler Intro Live 1976 (prev. unr.) (Drag City) (2012)
Music behind DJ: 
Sandy Bull & the Rhythm Ace
Alligator Wrestler Live 1976 (prev. unr.) (Drag City) (2012)
Jim Price & Irwin Chusid Alligator Complaint Radio Archival Oddites Vol. 2 (WFMU) (WFMU) (unk.)
Grateful Dead Alligator 8-23-68 Shrine Exposition Center, Los Angeles, CA (n/a) (1968)
(From: Anthem of the Sun [Bonus Tracks])
Dr. Feelgood See You Later Alligator See You Later Alligator (EP) (Stiff) (1986)
(From: Looking Back)
Music behind DJ: 
Janos Lehar & Bibs Ekkel
Final Parting De Wolfe DWSLP 3554 – From Other Lands No 18: Russia (Music De Wolfe) (1985)
The Undisputed Truth Ball Of Confusion (That’s What The World Is Today) single (b-side to You Make Your Own Heaven And Hell Right Here On Earth) (Gordy) (1970)
(From: The Complete Motown Singles Volume 11B)
Lee (King) Perry People Funny Boy single (b/w Burt Walters-Blowing In The Wind) (Upset) (1968)
(From: Essential Madness from the Scratch Files)
Procol Harum A Salty Dog A Salty Dog (Regal Zonophone) (1969)
(From: 30th Anniversary Anthology)
The Mills Brothers Nevertheless (I’m in Love with You) single (b-side to Thirsty For Your Kisses) (Decca) (1950)
Lou Reed Ride Into The Sun Lou Reed (RCA Victor) (1972)
Reunion Just Say Goodbye single (b-side to Living Together, Growing Together) (Bell) (1972)
(From: Lost Jukebox – Volume 39)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…

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