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ep320Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 320: Friday, November 8, 2019 at Noon, Eastern Time.

Show #320: The eye of the storm.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
David Bowie Everyone Says ‘Hi’ Heathen (Columbia/ISO) (2002)
Starry Eyed and Laughing Everybody Starry Eyed & Laughing (CBS) (1974)
(From: That Was Now And This Is Then)
Electric Light Orchestra Calling America Calling America (Epic) (1986)
(From: Flashback)
Elliott Smith Riot Coming Basement II Demos (n/a) (unk.)
Abraham Inc. The Hippies Were Right Together We Stand (Label Bleu) (2019)
Lionel Hampton The Heebie Jeebies Are Rockin’ (alt tk) shellac 10″ (b/w Gin For Christmas) (Victor) (1939)
(From: Complete Lionel Hampton Victor Sessions)
Music behind DJ: 
Dave Vorhaus
Concentric Cacophony Sleight of Mind (KPM) (1982)
Pink Floyd Pow R. Toc H. The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (Tower) (1967)
Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band Grown So Ugly Safe as Milk (Buddah) (1967)
George Jones Things Have Gone To Pieces single (b-side to Wearing My Heart Away) (Musicor) (1965)
Sir Douglas Quintet It Didn’t Even Bring Me Down Mendocino (Smash) (1969)
The Monkees While I Cry Instant Replay (Colgems) (1969)
(From: Listen to the Band)
Barbara Lynn You’re Gonna be Sorry single (b-side to All I Need Is Your Love) (Jamie) (1965)
(From: The Jamie Singles Collection, 1962-1965)
Harry Nilsson Isolation prev. unr. (n/a) (1971)
(From: Aerial Pandemonium Ballet reissue)
The Call The Walls Came Down Modern Romans (Mercury) (1983)
Music behind DJ: 
Yabby U
Love and Peace King Tubby’s Prophesy Of Dub (Prophets) (1976)
Dave Mason & Cass Elliot Walk to the Point Dave Mason & Cass Elliot (Blue Thumb) (1971)
Pilot Just A Smile Pilot (EMI) (1974)
Firefall Cinderella Firefall (Atlantic) (1976)
The Who Rael 1 The Who Sell Out (Track) (1967)
Jeff Beck Tallyman single (b/w Rock My Plimsoul) (Columbia) (1967)
(From: Listen People: The Graham Gouldman Songbook 1964-2005)
The Four Horsemen Rockin’ Is Ma Business (Unreleased Demo) prev. unr. (n/a) (1989)
Sniff ‘n’ the Tears Driver’s Seat single (b/w Slide Away) (Chiswick) (1978)
(From: Super Hits of the ’70s: Have a Nice Day, Vol. 22)
Music behind DJ: 
Joe Griffiths
Tom & Jerry (B) KPM 1212 – A Child For All Ages (KPM) (1978)
Mickey Newbury San Francisco Mabel Joy single (b-side to An American Trilogy) (Elektra) (1971)
Mary McCreary Singing The Blues single (b-side to Everybody’s Having Problems) (Shelter) (1974)
(From: RossyBoy’s Picking The (Dread)Locks)
Vito & The Salutations Unchained Melody single (b/w Hey, Hey, Hey) (Herald) (1963)
(From: Street Corner Symphonies – The Complete Story Of Doo Wop)
The Nutmegs Down In Mexico single (b/w My Sweet Dreams) (Times Square) (1964)
(From: Doo-Wop Classics Vol. 6 [Standord Records])
Los Destellos Onsta La Yerbita Constelación (Odeon del Peru) (1971)
(From: Peru Bravo: Funk, Soul & Psych from Peru’s Radical Decade)
Rosinha de Valença One O’Clock Last Morning Um Violão Em Primeiro Plano (RCA) (1971)
Toots & The Maytals Funky Kingston Funky Kingston (Mango) (1975)
Music behind DJ: 
Robin Artus
Computer Jungle Tomorrow’s World (Parry PML 29) (Parry Music Ltd) (1980)
Patsy Montana I Wanna Be A Western Cowgirl shellac 10″ (b/w My Song Of The West) (Vocalion) (1939)
Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra (voc. The Three Esquires) Lookin’ Around Corners for You shellac 10″ (b-side to Mr. Ghost Goes To Town) (Victor) (1937)
(From: The Ultimate Jazz Archive)
Slim Gaillard Communications shellac 10″ (b-side to Serenade to a Poodle) (MGM) (1948)
(From: Slim Gaillard The Chronological Classics: 1947-1951 Chronological Classics)
Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra with Myra Johnson Silent George shellac 10″ (b-side to Wynonie Harris With Lucky Millinder And His Orchestra-Oh Babe!) (King) (1959)
(From: Risque Rhythm- Nasty 50s R&B)
Carmen Taylor My Son single (b/w You’re Puttin Me On) (Kama Sutra) (1965)
Hank “C” Burnette (Sweden’s One Man Country Band) Spinnin’ Rock Boogie single (b/w Bet Your Bottom Dollar) (Sea Gull) (1972)
(From: 1976 Sonet reissue)
Beverly Kenney Almost Like Being In Love Sings For Johnny Smith (Roost) (1955)
Music behind DJ: 
The Colts
San Miguel single (b/w Where Has Our Love Gone) (Pye) (1965)
(From: Lost Jukebox Volume 101)
Fairport Convention Who Knows Where The Time Goes Unhalfbricking (Island) (1969)
(From: The Music Weaver (Sandy Denny Remembered))
The Guess Who Key Canned Wheat (RCA Victor) (1969)
Joni James Maybe Next Time single (b-side to Am I In Love) (MGM) (1954)
(From: US-Billboard-Charts)
Waylon Jennings I’ll Go Back To Her Are You Ready For The Country (RCA Victor) (1976)
The Stanley Brothers & The Clinch Mountain Boys Will He Wait A Little Longer prev. unr. (Mercury) (1955)
(From: The Complete Mercury Recordings)
Jim Reeves God Be with You God Be with You (RCA Victor) (1959)
(From: Jim Reeves Classics 1947-1952 (Warped 4990) Chronological Classics)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…


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