Dec 202019

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ep324Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 324: Friday, December 20, 2019 at Noon, Eastern Time.

Show #324: Everything falls into place.

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On January 3, 2020, Hinky Dinky Time will present the 4th Annual Listener Request Show!

Requests will be accepted ONLY after 3:00 PM Easter Time on Friday, December 13, 2019, until 9:00 AM Eastern Time, on Friday, January 3, 2020, and ONLY via the playlist email form, text message, or voice mail. Use the email form or direct your text message or voice mail to: (785) 251-3397.

Unless you request otherwise, your voice mail may be played on the air. There is no warranty, implied or otherwise, that your request will be played, or that your voice mail message will be heard on the program. You’ll increase your chances of having your request played if you suggest two or three selections, and you’ll increase your chances of being heard if you include your WFMU commenter name in your voice mail.

Have fun! And remember, the name of the game is not “Stump Uncle Michael”.

The archived audio and podcast is available now.

Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Lou Rawls The Little Drummer Boy Merry Christmas. Ho! Ho! Ho! (Capitol) (1967)
(From: Now That’s What I Call Christmas! Signature Collection)
George Stavis Winterland Doldrums Labyrinths (Vanguard) (1969)
Cleo Brown Latch On shellac 10″ (b/w Slow Poke) (Decca) (1936)
(From: Cleo Brown 1935-1951 Chronological Classics)
Melody Aces Asaw Fofor single (b-side to Emmase Puro O) (Decca) (1963)
(From: Culture Shock: Doug Schulkinds 2004 Marathon Premium)
Paul & Linda McCartney Eat At Home Ram (Apple) (1971)
The Strangers Caravan Getting To Know The Strangers (Capitol) (1971)
Music behind DJ: 
People Like Us
Swinglargo Abridged Too Far (UbuWeb) (2004)
Bob Dylan Winterlude New Morning (Columbia) (1970)
Billy & The Kids It’s Not The Same single (b-side to Say You Love Me) (Julian) (1966)
(From: Woman Of Stone – Usa Garage Greats)
Jefferson Airplane Lather Crown Of Creation (RCA Victor) (1968)
Secos & Molhados O Patrão Nosso De Cada Dia Secos E Molhados (Continental) (1973)
Gal Costa Passarinho India (Philips) (1973)
Terry Callier Occasional Rain Occasional Rain (Cadet) (1972)
Rumour Play Mama Play single (b/w Sunshine Lady) (Warm & Genuine) (1973)
Eddy Arnold You Don’t Know Me single (b/w The Rockin’ Mockin’ Bird) (RCA Victor) (1956)
(From: The Songwriter Series)
Music behind DJ: 
Leo Kottke
Arms Of Mary Peculiaroso (Private) (1994)
Johnny Moore’s Three Blazers (voc. Charles Brown) Cold In Here shellac 10″ (b/w Teresa) (Exclusive) (1948)
(From: The Classic Earliest Recording)
Andre Williams “Mr. Rhythm” Bacon Fat single (b/w Just Because Of A Kiss) (Epic) (1956)
(From: Songs The Cramps Taught Us Vol.1)
Jack Bland & The Rhythmakers It’s Gonna be You shellac 10″ (b-side to Shine On Your Shoes) (American Record Corporation) (1932)
(From: The Ultimate Jazz Archive)
Lonnie Johnson Tomorrow Night shellac 10″ (b/w What A Woman) (King) (1948)
(From: Lonnie Johnson 1948 Chronological Classics)
The Upsetters Kentucky Skank Double Seven (Trojan) (1973)
(From: Essential Madness from the Scratch Files)
June Carter Tennessee Mambo shellac 10″ (b/w Let Me Go Lover) (Columbia) (unk.)
(From: June Carter 1949-1956 Chronological Classics)
Ferguson, Davis & Jones Happy And Free (Out In The Country) single (b/w CANTERBURY ROAD) (Epic) (1970)
(From: Lost Jukebox Volume 052)
Slim Whitman I’m Casting My Lasso Towards the Sky single (b/w There’s A Rainbow In Ev’ry Teardop) (RCA Victor) (1953)
(From: Slim Whitman 1952-1954 Chronological Classics)
Music behind DJ: 
Les Hurdle-Frank Ricotti
Dank Terrestrial Journey (Bruton) (1978)
Jim Campilongo & The 10 Gallon Cats Botro the Robot Loose (Blue Hen) (1997)
Grateful Dead The Other One Jam 1968-06-19 – Carousel Ballroom (n/a) (1968)
Doyle Bramhall II & Smokestack Life Welcome (RCA) (2001)
Charlie Rich Hey, Good Lookin’ Charlie Rich Sings Country and Western (Hi) (1967)
(From: Complete Hi Recordings Of Charlie Rich)
JD McPherson Rome Wasn’t Built In A Day The Warm Covers EP (Rounder) (2014)
The Fragile Lime I Know What It Is single (b-side to Fairyland (When I Was A Little Man)) (Sabrina Records Corp.) (1967)
(From: Lost Jukebox Vol. 71)
People Like Us Swinglargo Abridged Too Far (UbuWeb) (2004)
Sparks Please Don’t Fuck Up My World unk. (unk.) (2019)
Spoon Not Turning Off Telephono (Matador) (1996)
Caravan Waterloo Lily Waterloo Lily (Deram) (1972)
Van Duren Oh Babe Are You Serious? (Big Sound) (1978)
The Pretty Things Photographer Emotions (Fontana) (1967)
The International Submarine Band One Day Week single (b-side to Sum Up Broke) (Columbia) (1966)
(From: Gram Parsons 1966-1968 Chronological Classics)
Emmylou Harris Born to Run Cimarron (Warner Bros.) (1981)
Shoes Standing And Staring single (b/w Ask My Mother) (Polydor) (1966)
(From: Nederbeat 63-69)
Music behind DJ: 
George Martin & His Orchestra
Ringo’s Theme (This Boy) single (b/w And I Love Her) (United Artists) (1964)
Fantastic Negrito Bad Guy Necessity Please Don’t Be Dead (Cooking Vinyl) (2018)
Rufus Thomas Boogie Ain’t Nuttin’ (But Gettin’ Down) (Part I) single (b/w Boogie Ain’t Nuttin’ (But Gettin’ Down) (Part II)) (Stax) (1974)
(From: The Complete Stax-Volt Soul Singles, Vol. 3: 1972-1975)
Willie ‘The Lion’ Smith Let’s Mop It shellac 10″ (b-side to How Could You Put Me Down) (Black & White) (1944)
(From: Willie ‘The Lion’ Smith 1944-1949 Chronological Classics)
Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids Message to My People An Angel Fell (Strut) (2018)
Sturgill Simpson All Said And Done Sound & Fury (Elektra) (2019)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…

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