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ep296Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 296: Friday, May 3, 2019 at noon, Eastern Time.

Show #296: Must see radio.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Chuck Berry Promised Land single (b/w Things I Used To Do) (Chess) (1964)
(From: Anthology)
The Allman Brothers Band In Memory of Elizabeth Reed Live at the Atlanta International Pop Festival: July 3 & 5, 1970 (Epic/Legacy) (2003)
The Monroes What Do All The People Know single (b/w Yamarock) (Alfa) (1982)
(From: Shake Some Action Vol 4 (USA))
New Orleans Klezmer All Stars The Owl Borvis (Stretchy) (2005)
Mickey Katz Bar Mitzvah Special Simcha Time Mickey Katz Plays Music For Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs And Brisses (Capitol) (1958)
Music behind DJ: 
The Klezmorim
De Zilberne Khasene = The Silver Wedding Streets Of Gold (Arhoolie) (1978)
(From: First Recordings (1976-78))
Godley & Creme Welcome To Breakfast Television single (b-side to Save A Mountain For Me) (Polydor) (1982)
Dinah Washington TV Is The Thing This Year single (b-side to Fat Daddy) (Mercury) (1953)
(From: Joan Selects, Volume 13)
Red Foley And The Cumberland Valley Boys Television shellac 10″ (b-side to Ruby Red Lips) (Decca) (1948)
(From: Red Foley 1947-1949 Chronological Classics)
The Louvin Brothers Television Set prev. unr. (n/a) (unk.)
(From: Love & Wealth: The Lost Recordings (Modern Harmonic, 2018))
Lowell Fulson Television Blues shellac 10″ (b/w Don’t You Hear Me Calling You) (Down Beat) (1948)
(From: Lowell Fulson 1948-1949 Chronological Classics)
Joe Turner and His Blues Kings (feat. Elmore james) TV Mama shellac 10″ (b/w Oke-She-Moke-She-Pop) (Atlantic) (1953)
(From: ABC of the Blues)
Charlie Watching T.V. Lines (Polydor) (1978)
Harry Nilsson Kojak Columbo Duit on Mon Dei (RCA Victor) (1975)
Elvis Costello Watching the Detectives My Aim Is True (Stiff) (1977)
Dave Edmunds Television Tracks On Wax 4 (Swan Song) (1978)
Kursaal Flyers Television Generation single (b/w Revolver) (CBS) (1977)
(From: In for a Spin: The Best of the Kursaal Flyers)
The Dictators Sleepin’ With The TV On Manifest Destiny (Asylum) (1977)
Music behind DJ: 
Hans Hatter And His Orchestra
Close Crop Hans Hatter And His Orchestra (Mozart Edition) (1967)
(From: Test Card Music 7)
Boston Don’t Look Back Don’t Look Back (Epic) (1978)
Electric Light Orchestra Ma-Ma-Ma Belle single (b/w Oh No Not Susan) (United Artists) (1973)
Steely Dan Pretzel Logic Pretzel Logic (ABC) (1974)
Sonny & Cher When You Say Love single (b/w Crystal Clear / Muddy Waters) (Kapp) (1972)
Cleaners From Venus Be An Idiot Pop Star On Any Normal Monday (Man At The Off Licence) (1982)
Music behind DJ: 
Charlie Musselwhite, Colin Linden
Dear Prudence The Blues “White Album” (Telarc) (2002)
Neil Diamond Play Me single (b/w Porcupine Pie) (Uni) (1972)
(From: Play Me: The Complete Uni Studio Recordings…Plus)
Donovan I Love My Shirt Barabajagal (Epic) (1969)
Vox Wah Wah n/a (n/a) (unk.)
George Harrison Wah-Wah All Things Must Pass (Apple) (1970)
Hudson Brothers Lover Come Back To Me Totally Out Of Control (The Rocket Record Company) (1974)
Music behind DJ: 
The Double Dozen Orchestra
Hedgehog Amphonic AMPS 0125 Let Me Call You Swinger (Amphonic Music Ltd) (1980)
Lee Elia & Grant Green Ease Back prev. unr. (HDT) (2019)
Joe Cuba Sextet El Pito (I’ll Never Go Back to Georgia) single (b/w Arecibo) (Tico) (1966)
(From: Crooklyn [Original Soundtrack] Volume 1)
Sonido Gallo Negro La Danza de los Jibaros Cumbia Salvaje (Grabaxiones Alicia) (2011)
Guadalupe Plata Funeral De John Fahey Guadalupe Plata (2013) (Everlasting) (2013)
Mdou Moctar Kamane Tarhanin Ilana: The Creator (Sahel Sounds) (2019)
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard The Wheel Gumboot Soup (Flightless) (2017)
Fleetwood Mac Lizard People single (b-side to In The Back Of My Mind) (Warner Bros.) (1990)
Music behind DJ: 
Bud Sherman And His Music, Orchestra + Singers Harry West
Happy Worker Comes-Pop-Music Vol.: 3 (Drive-In) (unk.)
The Everly Brothers Carolina In My Mind single (b/w My Little Yellow Bird) (Warner Bros./Seven Arts) (1969)
(From: Lost Jukebox Volume 052)
Milo Twins Ain’t It Hard (To Love the One That Don’t Love You) single (b-side to Quit Treatin’ Me Mean) (Decca) (1939)
(From: Milo Twins 1939-1947 Chronological Classics)
Marty Robbins With Ray Conniff & His Orchestra Stairway Of Love single (b/w Just Married) (Columbia) (1958)
(From: The Singing Gunfighter)
Pee Wee King And His Band I Don’t Mind single (b-side to Busybody) (RCA Victor) (1952)
(From: Pee Wee King 1951-1952 Chronological Classics)
Professor Harold Boggs & the Boggettes I Prayed and He Healed Me single (b/w I Recommend The Lord) (Nashboro) (1960)
(From: Nashboro – I Heard the Angels Singing)
The Schooners Viddly Biddly Baby single (b/w Schooner Blues) (Ember) (1958)
(From: Get A Job: The Ember Records Story 1956 – 1962)
Reunion Just Say Goodbye single (b/w Living Together, Growing Together) (Bell) (1972)
(From: Lost Jukebox – Volume 39)
Violent Femmes Rejoice And Be Happy Freak Magnet (Beyond) (2000)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…

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