Jan 242020

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ep329Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 329: Friday, January 24, 2020 at Noon, Eastern Time.

Show #329: What it is, is what it is.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
David Bowie Fantastic Voyage (Tony Visconti 2017 remix) Lodger (RCA Victor) (1979)
(From: A New Career In A New Town (1977 – 1982))
The War and Treaty Healing Tide Healing Tide (Thirty Tigers) (2018)
Ray J Right Place Wrong Time single (b/w Right Place Wrong Time (Instrumental)) (Hep’ Me) (1973)
(From: New Orleans Funk Vol.2)
The Rolling Stones Blood Red Wine Trident Demos 1969 (n/a) (1969)
(From: Genuine Black Box – 1961-1974)
The Faces Bad ‘N’ Ruin Long Player (Warner Bros.) (1971)
(From: Five Guys Walk Into A Bar…)
Black Sabbath Spiral Architect Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (WWA) (1973)
Gabor Szabo Caravan Jazz Raga (Impulse!) (1966)
Music behind DJ: 
Adrian Baker/Roy Morgan/Andrew Pryce Jackman
Soft Boogie Bruton BRH 06 – Voices In Harmony (Bruton) (1979)
The Everly Brothers Take A Message To Mary single (b/w Poor Jenny) (Cadence) (1958)
(From: Classic Everly Brothers)
Charley Pride A Word or Two to Mary Make Mine Country (RCA Victor) (1968)
(From: Charley Pride 1967 Chronological Classics)
Jean Shepard I’ve Got to Talk to Mary single (b-side to The Biggest Cry) (Capitol) (1961)
(From: Jean Shepard 1960-1961 Chronological Classics)
Moondogs Who’s Gonna Tell Mary? single (b/w Overcaring Parents) (Real) (1980)
(From: Powerpearls #3)
John Rowles Hush… Not A Word To Mary single (b/w The Night We Called It A Day) (MCA) (1968)
Johnny Mathis What Will My Mary Say single (b/w Quiet Girl) (Columbia) (1963)
R.B. Greaves Take a Letter, Maria single (b/w Big Bad City) (Atco) (1969)
(From: Soul Hits of the 70s: Didn’t It Blow Your Mind!, Vol. 1)
Music behind DJ: 
Heribert Thusek’s Xylophonie
Tempo-Temp unk. (unk.) (unk.)
(From: VA, Test Card Music, Vol. 02)
The O’Kanes Oh Darlin’ The O’Kanes (Columbia) (1986)
The Staple Singers I Know I Got Religion single (b-side to Uncloudy Day) (Vee Jay) (1956)
(From: Faith & Grace: A Family Journey – 1953-1976)
Big Brother & The Holding Company Heartache People Be A Brother (Columbia) (1970)
Lloyd Glenn Wild Fire single (b-side to Chocolat Drop) (Alladin) (1954)
(From: Lloyd Glenn 1954-57 Chronological Classics)
B. B. King And His Orchestra My Own Fault Darlin’ shellac 10″ (b-side to Shake It Up And Go) (RPM) (1952)
(From: A Proper Introduction to B.B. King: Woke Up This Morning)
Mick Green Chicken Painkiller (Thunderbolt) (1986)
(From: Living On The Front Line – Heroes of Pub Rock)
Bobby Bare Lynching Party (Alternate Take) 500 Miles Away From Home (RCA Victor) (1963)
(From: 1956-1961)
Bing Crosby With Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians You’re Getting to Be a Habit With Me shellac 10″ (b/w You’re Beautiful Tonight, My Dear) (Brunswick) (1933)
(From: Portrait of Bing Crosby)
Music behind DJ: 
Earl Grant
Sukiyaki Fly Me To The Moon (Decca) (1964)
The Free Spirits Sunday Telephone Out Of Sight And Sound (ABC) (1967)
Barney Wilen and His Amazing Free Rock Band Dur Dur Dur Dear Prof. Leary (MPS) (1968)
Minutemen Doctor Wu Double Nickels on the Dime (SST) (1984)
Idles White Privilege Brutalism (Balley) (2017)
The Mills Brothers Lambeth Walk shellac 10″ (b/w Yam) (Decca) (1938)
(From: Cronological Volume 5)
The Mills Brothers London Rhythm shellac 10″ (b-side to Solitude) (Decca) (1936)
(From: The Ultimate Jazz Archive)
Suzi Quatro She’s In Love With You single (b/w Space Cadets) (RAK) (1979)
(From: Premium Gold Collection)
Barry Adamson The Sweetest Embrace Oedipus Schmoedipus (Mute) (1996)
Music behind DJ: 
A. Quin
Sirius DWCD 0010 – Touch Of A Button (Misic De Wolfe) (1985)
Jerry Byrd Hilo March On The Shores Of Waikiki (Mercury Wing) (1957)
(From: Hawaiian Style Guitars)
Los Daddys Yo Soy Tu Daddy Bienvenidos A Chinantla (unk.) (unk.)
Billy Graves The Shag (Is Totally Cool) single (b/w Uncertain) (Monument) (1958)
(From: Land of 1,000 Dances – The Ultimate Compilation of Hit Dances 1958-1965)
Cowboy Copas If You But Care shellac 10″ (b-side to Kentucky Waltz) (Quality/King) (1949)
(From: Cowboy Copas 1947-1949 Chronological Classics)
Nancy Wilson And Satisfy Today, My Way (Capitol) (1965)
Amy Lavere Killing Him Anchors & Anvils (Archer) (2007)
(From: Oxford American 2007 Southern Music Sampler)
Harry Nilsson Mother Nature’s Son Harry (RCA Victor) (1969)
Billy Ward And His Dominoes Over The Rainbow single (b-side to Give Me You) (King) (1955)
(From: DooWop Does The Great American Song Book Vol. 8)
Music behind DJ: 
Ole Jensen & his Music
Easy Living Chappell Recorded Music LPC 1038 (Chappell) (1970)
Johnny Smith Quintet Featuring Stan Getz Nice Work If You Can Get It Jazz At NBC (Royal Roost) (1952)
(From: Complete Roost Small Group Sessions)
Valaida (Queen Of The Trumpet) (Valaida Snow) I Can’t Dance, I’ve Got Ants In My Pants shellac 10″ (b-side to I Wish I Were Twins) (Parlophone) (1935)
(From: Valaida Snow 1933-1936 Chronological Classics)
Mickey Newbury I Don’t Think Much About Her No More Looks Like Rain (Mercury) (1968)
Cilla Black What Good Am I? single (b/w Over My Head) (Parlophone) (1967)
Howard Roberts The Ballad Of Fazzio Needlepoint Antelope Freeway (Impulse!/ABC) (1971)
Phil Everly Friends Mystic Line (Pye) (1975)
(From: The London Sessions: There’s Nothing Too Good For My Baby / Mystic Line)
The Brothers Four Four Strong Winds Sing Of Our Times (Columbia) (1964)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…


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