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Show #306: Now we’re getting somewhere.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
The Rumblers Boss single (b/w I Don’t Need You No More) (Dot) (1962)
(From: USA Garage Greats 1965-1967 (and beyond!) – My Way Of Thinking)
Whirlwinds Heartbeat single (b/w At The Party) (Philips) (1963)
(From: A Million Dollars Worth Of Doo Wop Vol 10)
Tommy Dee & The Mellotones Dragonfly single (b/w Washboard Shuffle) (Lifetime) (1959)
(From: Further inhalations in the Smog of incredibly strange Music: 63 Nuggets from the Cramps’ Record Vault)
Marc Chantereau & Pierre-Alain Dahan Synthesizers In Love Synthesis 1 (Tele Music) (1980)
Grateful Dead Scarlet Begonias 10/09/1976 Oakland Coliseum Stadium, Oakland, CA (n/a) (1976)
(From: Dick’s Picks Vol. 33)
Music behind DJ: 
Tak Shindo
Jingle Jangle Jingle Far East Goes Western (Mercury) (1962)
Phyllis Hyman Forever With You prev. unr. (Philadelphia International) (unk.)
(From: Philadelphia International Records – 40th Anniversay)
Terry Knight And The Pack Forever And A Day Reflections (Cameo) (1966)
Aphrodite’s Child Loud, Loud, Loud 666 (Vertigo) (1972)
(From: Babylon The Great: An Introduction To Aphrodite’s Child)
Marc Barreca Hotcake Music Works For Industry (Freedom To Spend) (2017)
Vivian Carol Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah single (b/w Your The Boy) (Merben) (1966)
John Lennon Only You (demo) prev. unr. (n/a) (1974)
(From: Son Of Harrities 4 – A Little Son Of Schessions In The Night)
Esther Phillips From A Whisper To A Scream From A Whisper To A Scream (Kudu) (1971)
Elvis Costello & the Attractions From a Whisper to a Scream Trust (F-Beat) (1981)
Music behind DJ: 
Tak Shindo
Tumbling Tumbleweeds Far East Goes Western (Mercury) (1962)
The Meters Hand Clapping Song single (b/w Joog) (Josie) (1970)
(From: New Orleans – Gris Gris)
Tom Waits Clap Hands Rain Dogs (Island) (1985)
Shirley Ellis The Clapping Song (Clap Pat Clap Slap) single (b/w This Is Beautiful) (Congress) (1965)
Rufus Thomas Walking The Dog single (b/w You Said) (Stax) (1963)
(From: Complete Stax Volt Singles 59 68)
Henson Cargill Skip A Rope single (b/w A Very Well Traveled Man) (Monument) (1966)
Frankie Smith Double Dutch Bus single (b/w Double Dutch) (WMOT) (1980)
Malcolm McLaren Double Dutch Duck Rock (Charisma) (1983)
Cliffie Stone And His Hometown Jamboree Gang Jump Rope Boogie shellac 10″ (b/w The Hokey Pokey) (Capitol) (1951)
(From: A Capitol Rockabilly Party, Pt. 1)
Music behind DJ: 
Tak Shindo
Deep in the Heart of Texas Far East Goes Western (Mercury) (1962)
Led Zeppelin The Rover Physical Graffiti (Swan Song) (1975)
R.L. Burnside Let My Baby Ride Come on In (Fat Possum) (1998)
Smiley Lewis Lillie Mae shellac 10″ (b-side to The Bells Are Ringing) (Imperial) (1952)
(From: Le Coffret Bleu du Grand Mix de Nova)
Johnny Moore’s Three Blazers Be Cool unk. (unk.) (unk.)
(From: ABC of the Blues)
Willie Wiley Push & Shove single (b/w Just Be Glad) (King) (1973)
(From: Absolute Funk Vol 4)
Woolies Who Do You Love single (b/w Hey Girl) (Dunhill) (1966)
(From: Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era 1965-1968)
Allen Page With The Deltones Dateless Night single (b-side to I Wish You Were Wishing) (Moon) (1958)
(From: Rockabilly Gold Vol 8)
Aaron Neville Hercules single (b/w Going Home) (Mercury) (1973)
(From: Tell It Like It Is)
Music behind DJ: 
Tak Shindo
High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me) Far East Goes Western (Mercury) (1962)
Jackie Moore Precious, Precious single (b/w Willpower) (Atlantic) (1970)
(From: Soul Hits of the 70s: Didn’t It Blow Your Mind!, Vol. 4)
Inez & Charlie Foxx Never Love A Robin Come By Here (Dynamo) (1967)
(From: Don’t Do It No More (Discography 1960-74))
Marianne Faithfull I’m A Loser Marianne Faithful (London) (1965)
(From: Why Dont We Do It In The Road)
Julie London One for My Baby Your Number Please (Liberty) (1959)
(From: The Very Best of Julie London)
Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys Brain Cloudy Blues shellac 10″ (b-side to Sugar Moon) (Columbia) (1947)
(From: San Antonio Rose [Box Set])
Blind Willie Dunn (Eddie Lang) Church Street Sobbin’ Blues shellac 10″ (b-side to There’ll Be Some Changes Made) (Okeh) (1928)
(From: Eddie Lang 1927-1932 Chronological Classics)
Little Walter And His Jukes Roller Coaster shellac 10″ (b/w I Got To Go) (Checker) (1955)
(From: The Chess Years 1952-1963)
Huey Smith And His Rhythm Aces Everybody’s Whalin single (b-side to Little Liza Jane) (Ace) (1956)
(From: The Cosimo Matassa Story)
Music behind DJ: 
Tak Shindo
I’m an Old Cow Hand (From the Rio Grande) Far East Goes Western (Mercury) (1962)
Raphael Jinetes En El Cielo Aqui! Raphael (Hispavox) (1969)
Sonido Gallo Negro Virgenes del Sol Sendero Mistico (T-Vox) (2013)
(From: Ecos de otro Mundo)
Miguel Migs Feat. Martin Luther Let It Play Dim Division (Soul Heaven) (2014)
(From: Soul Heaven Records)
Pretty Things Come Home Momma Silk Torpedo (Swan Song) (1974)
Carl Perkins Tennessee Dance Album Of Carl Perkins (Sun) (1957)
Fleets Please Return To Me single (b/w Go Away) (Volt) (1964)
(From: The Complete Stax/Volt Singles 1959-1968)
The Holy Mackerel Love For Everyone The Holy Mackerel (Reprise) (1968)
The London Symphony Orchestra The End All This And World War II (20th Century) (1976)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…

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