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ep309Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 309: Friday, August 16, 2019 at Noon, Eastern Time.

Show #309: Stay away from the brown acid.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Blond Six White Horses Blond (Fontana) (1969)
David Bowie I Wish You Would Pinups (RCA Victor) (1973)
Richard Lloyd Number Nine Alchemy (Elektra) (1979)
Status Quo Mean Girl Dog Of Two Head (PYE) (1971)
The Underdogs Love’s Gone Bad single (b/w Mo Jo Hanna) (V.I.P.) (1966)
The Vibrations My Girl Sloopy single (b/w Daddy Woo-Woo) (Atlantic) (1964)
(From: The Bert Berns Story – Twist And Shout Volume 1 1960-1964)
Shadow Casters Going to the Moon single (b-side to It’ll Be Too Late) (J.R.P.) (1967)
Fresh Maggots Car Song single (b/w What Would You Do) (RCA) (1971)
Jake Bugg Lightning Bolt Jake Bugg (Mercury) (2012)
Only Ones Baby’s Got a Gun Baby’s Got a Gun (Epic) (1980)
(From: The Immortal Story)
Daniel Humair Carnaval à Harlem Drumo Vocalo (International Music Label) (1971)
Music behind DJ: 
Daniel Humair
Drumo vocalo Drumo Vocalo (International Music Label) (1971)
The Allman Brothers Band One Way Out At the Fillmore East (Capricorn) (1971)
(From: The Fillmore Concerts)
Ole Rasmussen & His Nebraska Cornhuskers C-Jam Blues single (b-side to Did The Man In The Moon Come From Texas) (Capitol) (1952)
(From: SwingWest! Volume 3: Western Swing)
Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys Oklahoma Rag shellac 10″ (b-side to Old Fashioned Love) (Columbia) (1947)
(From: San Antonio Rose (Box Set))
The Big Ghana Band Unbelievable Big Swap Songs (Glass And A Half Full) (2010)
El Chombo Feat. Andy’S Val Gourmet Chacarron Chacarron Shark Around (Ministry Of Sound) (2005)
Joel Vandroogenbroeck Interstellar Insects Biomechanoid (Coloursound Library) (1980)
Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra Just A-Settin’ And A-Rockin’ shellac 10″ (b/w Moon Over Cuba) (Victor) (1941)
(From: The Duke Ellington Centennial Edition)
Music behind DJ: 
Daniel Humair
Slalom Treble Drumo Vocalo (International Music Label) (1971)
The Young Folk Lonely Girl single (b-side to Joey) (Mar-v-lus) (1967)
Peggy Lee You’ve Got Possibilities Big Spender (Capitol) (1966)
Merry Clayton After All This Time Merry Clayton (Ode) (1971)
(From: The Best of Merry Clayton)
Millie Jackson Hypocrisy It Hurts So Good (Spring) (1973)
(From: It Hurts So Good)
Meg Myers Running Up That Hill Running Up That Hill (Youtube) (2019)
Patti Smith Dancing Barefoot Wave (Arista) (1979)
Music behind DJ: 
Daniel Humair
Descente Drumo Vocalo (International Music Label) (1971)
Los Daddy’s de Chinantla Cumbia De Alba ¡Un Saludo! Mexican Soundsystem Cumbia in LA Dutty Artz, (Songs From Home) (2017)
Dave Clark Five Chaquita single (b/w In Your Heart) (Ember) (1962)
(From: Complete History 1964-1972)
The Mogambos Bi-Aza-Ku-Sasa Wa’tch You Mean (Sunbeam) (1958)
(From: Magnificent: 62 Classics From The Cramps’ Insane Collection)
The Wombles Wombles Everywhere single (b-side to The Wombling Song) (CBS) (1973)
Ross McManus And The Joe Loss Blue Beats I’m The Greatest single (b-side to Patsy Girl) (His Master’s Voice) (1964)
(From: Lost Jukebox Vol. 135)
Let’s Eat Grandma Hot Pink (Radio Edit) Hot Pink (Radio Edit) (CDr) (Transgressive) (2018)
Roscoe Gordon Cheese And Crackers shellac 10″ (b-side to Shoobie Oobie) (Sun) (1956)
(From: The Complete Sun Singles Vol.2)
Lee Savage Riders In The Sky single (b-side to Teen-Age World) (Merri) (1960)
(From: Oldies Patrick Big Voice V4)
Music behind DJ: 
Daniel Humair
Fuzz For Ski Drumo Vocalo (International Music Label) (1971)
Verckys et l´Orchestre Vévé Matinda Comono single (b-side to Maureau Nsumbu) Editions (Veve) (unk.)
(From: Congolese Funk, Afrobeat & Psychedelic Rumba 1969-1978)
The Wailers Let Him Go single (b/w Sinner Man) (Coxsone) (1966)
(From: Another Dance (Rarities From Studio 1))
Pharoah Sanders The Ancient Sounds Save Our Children (Verve) (1998)
Nik Turner God Rock Sphinx (Cleopatra) (1993)
(From: Refugees)
Ronny & the Daytonas Sandy single (b/w Sandy (Instrumental)) (Mala) (1965)
(From: Sunshine Days, Vol. 2: 60’s Pop Classics)
Music behind DJ: 
Daniel Humair
Course à Pied Drumo Vocalo (International Music Label) (1971)
Rhythms del Mundo feat. Coldplay & Lele Clocks/Relojes Revival (APE) (2010)
Matrix Bare Bottom By Matrix (Pro-Gress) (1975)
Dean Elliott & His Big Band The Lonesome Road Zounds! What Sounds! (Capitol) (1962)
(From: Ultra-Lounge, Vol. 3: Space Capades)
Diamond Joe The ABC Song single (b-side to Look Way Back) (Deesu) (1968)
(From: New Orleans Soul The Original Sound of New Orleans Soul 1966-76)
Hank Snow The Wishing Well single (b/w Human) (RCA Victor) (1964)
The Everly Brothers Why Not New Album (Warner Bros.) (1977)
The Who The Ox My Generation (Brunswick) (1965)
Music behind DJ: 
The Shadows
Albatross Change of Address (Polydor) (1980)
Your DJ bids you farewell…


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