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ep322Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 322: Friday, December 6, 2019 at Noon, Eastern Time.

Show #322: I was gone. No, really.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Joy Division Transmission (Genetic Records Demo Session – Eden Studios, London, March 1979) prev. unr. (n/a) (1979)
(From: Heart and Soul)
Rufus featuring Chaka Khan Once You Get Started Rufusized (ABC) (1974)
Slave The Party Song single (b/w We Can Make Love) (Cotillion) (1977)
(From: Best of Slave)
Candi Staton That Old Time Feeling (Sweet Feeling) single (b/w Evidence) (Fame) (1970)
(From: Evidence: The Complete Fame Record Masters)
DJ Shadow (feat. De La Soul) Rocket Fuel Our Pathetic Age (Mass Appeal,/Liquid Amber) (2019)
Steely Dan King of the World Countdown to Ecstasy (ABC) (1973)
Leonard Cohen Puppets Thanks for the Dance (Columbia/Legacy/ Sony Music) (2019)
Fleetwood Mac Bare Trees Bare Trees (Reprise) (1972)
Music behind DJ: 
Charlie Byrd
Time Of The Season Aquarius (Columbia) (1969)
Sister Rosetta Tharpe And Sam Price Trio Don’t Take Everybody To Be A Friend shellac 10″ (b/w When I Move To The Sky) (Decca) (1947)
(From: Complete Sister Rosetta Tharpe (1943-1946))
Hadda Brooks Bully Wully Boogie Boogie (10″ shellac, three disc album) (Modern Music) (1948)
(From: Swingin’ The Boogie)
The Stanley Brothers Finger Poppin’ Time (undubbed version) single (b/w Daybreak In Dixie) (King) (1960)
(From: The Early Years 1958-1961)
Lee Hazlewood She Comes Running Love And Other Crimes (Reprise) (1968)
(From: Strung Out on Something New: The Reprise Recordings)
Conway Twitty Mister Jones (tk 4) Hit The Road! (MGM) (1964)
(From: Conway Twitty 1961-1962 Chronological Classics)
The Everly Brothers When Will I Be Loved single (b/w Be Bop A-Lula) (Cadence) (1960)
(From: Classic Everly Brothers)
Triumphs Surfside Date single (b/w Susie In My Hist’ry Class) (IFF) (1964)
(From: USA Garage Greats 1965-1967 (and beyond!) – Mr. Zeppelin Man)
The Louvin Brothers Wabash Cannon Ball The Great Roy Acuff Songs (Capitol) (1967)
(From: Close Harmony)
The Bluegrass Alliance Orange Blossom Special The Bluegrass Alliance (American Heritage Music Corporation) (1969)
(From: The Bluegrass Alliance 1969-1970 Chronological Classics)
Speedy West and Jimmy Bryant This Is Southland 2 Guitars Country Style (Capitol) (1954)
(From: Flaming Guitars)
Slim Gaillard The Hip Cowboy Smorgasbord….. Help Your Self (Verve) (1956)
(From: Sabros! Here’s Smorgasbord!)
The Mills Brothers Swing for Sale shellac 10″ (b/w Pennies From Heaven) (Decca) (1937)
(From: Cronological Volume 4)
Music behind DJ: 
Craig Ventresco
Belle Of The Philippines Crumb – Original Soundtrack (Rykodisc) (1995)
The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown Give Him A Flower single (b-side to Devil’s Grip) (Track) (1967)
(From: Let’s Go Down And Blow Our Minds – The British Psychedelic Sounds of 1967)
Raymond Scott Quintette Swing, Swing Mother In Law Tin Pan Alley; Swing (WABC) (1936)
(From: Microphone Music)
The Good Time Singers Let The Middle Man Win single (b-side to Come On Train) (Smash) (1967)
(From: The Complete Curt Boettcher Singles)
The Soft Machine Dada Was Here Volume Two (Probe) (1969)
Meridian Brothers Cumbia, Eres La Cumbia ¿Dónde Estás María? (Soundway) (2017)
Paul Anka I Can’t Help Loving You single (b/w Can’t Get Along Very Well Without Her) (RCA Victor) (1966)
Little Milton Behind Closed Doors single (b/w Bet You I Win) (Stax) (1974)
(From: The Complete Stax-Volt Soul Singles, Vol. 3: 1972-1975)
The Chiffons I Have A Boyfriend single (b/w I’m Gonna Dry My Eyes) (Laurie) (1963)
(From: The Fabulous Chiffons)
Stretch Why Did You Do It? Elastique (Anchor) (1975)
Music behind DJ: 
Billy Vaughn
Berlin Melody single (b/w Theme From “Come September”) (Dot) (1961)
Blue Ash I Remember A Time No More No Less (Mercury) (1973)
Sagittarius The Truth Is Not Real Present Tense (Columbia) (1968)
Les Chats Sauvages Je Voudrais Trouver (Une Fille Comme Toi) Dis Lui Que Je L’aime (EP) (Pathé) (1963)
(From: Laissez-Nous Twister!)
Shadow Casters Going to the Moon single (b-side to It’ll Be Too Late) (J.R.P.) (1967)
(From: AM Radio Dust :: An Office Naps Mix)
Beverly Kenney Destination Moon Sings For Johnny Smith (Roost) (1955)
(From: The Complete Royal Roost Recordings)
The Velvet Underground Who Loves The Sun Loaded (Cotillion) (1970)
Perry Beekman I Wish I Were In Love Again Bewitched: Perry Beekman Sings And Plays Rodgers & Hart (Perry Beekman) (2014)
The Del Prixs She’ll Be Mine unk. (unk.) (unk.)
(From: Baltimore’s Teen Beat A Go Go)
Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians feat. Don Rodney and The Lombardo Trio The Echo Said “No” shellac 10″ (b-side to Don’t Tell Me) (Decca) (1947)
Hank Roberts This Quietness Black Pastels (JMT) (1988)
James Last Guava Jelly Beachparty 6 (Polydor) (1975)
Music behind DJ: 
Jack Trombey
Try The Madison shellac 10″ (b-side to DW 2754 – Let’s Dance The Madison (78 r.p.m.)) (Music De Wolfe) (1962)
Made For TV So Afraid of the Russians single (b/w Unknown Soldier) (Conflict) (1983)
Gene and Tommy Richard And Me single (b/w Can’t Get To Stoppin’) (ABC) (1967)
(From: Lost Jukebox Volume 062)
Red Norvo And His Swing Septet I Surrender, Dear shellac 10″ (b/w Old Fashioned Love) (Columbia) (1935)
(From: Red Norvo 1933-1936 Chronological Classics)
Connie Boswell With Jimmie Grier & His Orchestra Isn’t It A Shame shellac 10″ (b-side to Lost In A Fog) (Brunswick) (1934)
The Moonlighters Broken Heart single (b/w Glow Of Love) (Tara) (1958)
(From: Like nothing your ears have ever heard before 9)
Dave Pike Set Soul Eggs Infra-Red (M.P.S.) (1970)
Dave Clark Five No Stopping Having A Wild Weekend – OST (Epic) (1965)
The Pretty Things Roadrunner The Pretty Things (Fontana) (1965)
Patti Smith Group Seven Ways of Going Wave (Arista) (1979)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…


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