May 222020

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ep346Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 346: Friday, May 22, 2020 at Noon, Eastern Time.

Show #346: “Another go-round” featuring my “Music From Shut-Ins” guest, Johnny Leitera

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
DJ welcomes you:

Uncle Michael Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Elvis Presley Stuck On You single (b/w Fame And Fortune) (RCA Victor) (1960) (2001 red vinyl reissue)
Willie Colon & Héctor Lavoe Aguanile El Juicio (Fania) (1972)
YES Yours Is No Disgrace The Yes Album (Atlantic) (1971)
Ralph Marterie & His “Down Beat” Orchestra Caravan single (b/w While We Dream) (Mercury) (1953)
(From: The Best Of Ralph Marterie: The Mercury Years)
Tuff Sunshine Mask Away Dig Deeper, Peanut (Bandcamp ) (2019)
Music From Shut-Ins guest, Johnny Leitera Part I
Music behind DJ: 
Orchester Jimmy Thanner, Gus Brendel
Happy Morning Melody Orchester Jimmy Thanner, Gus Brendel (Europhon) (unk.)
Blossom Dearie Sunday Afternoon Blossom Dearie Sings (Daffodil) (1973)
East River Pipe Shiny, Shiny Pimpmobile The Gasoline Age (Merge) (1999)
Tim Rogers and the Twin Set Last Nite I Left My Heart All over the Place What Rhymes With Cars And Girls (Ra) (1999)
Aldous Harding Zoo Eyes Designer (4AD) (2019)
Camper Van Beethoven Flowers Key Lime Pie (Virgin) (1989)
Music From Shut-Ins guest, Johnny Leitera Part II
Music behind DJ: 
Main Street Shopping Vol. 2 – N°8 (Tb 2610 & 2611) – Latin, Pacific, Continental (Capitol) (unk.)
Syl Johnson Let Then Hang High single (b-side to Is It Because I’m Black) (Twinight) (1969)
(From: Complete Mythology)
Kool Keith Maxi Curls Black Elvis/Lost in Space (Ruffhouse) (1999)
Coloured Balls Flash Ball Power (EMI) (1973)
Norma Tanega A Street That Rhymes At Six A.M. single (b/w Treat Me Right) (New Voice) (1966)
(From: Mondo Primitivo vol.2)
Loretta Lynn & Conway Twitty After The Fire Is Gone single (b/w The One I Can’t Live Without) (Decca) (1971)
(From: Icon)
Music behind DJ: 
The Eiffel Tower
T-Time chappell – lpc 1032 – va – the eiffel tower (Chappell) (1969)
Frank Zappa Son Of Mr Green Genes Hot Rats (Bizarre/Reprise) (1969)
Delmore Bros. Mobile Boogie single (b/w Waitin’ For That Train) (King) (1947)
(From: Delmore Brothers Volume 2)
The Groupies Hog (I’m A Hog For You Baby) single (b-side to Primitive) (Atco) (1966)
(From: Pebbles–Trash Box 4)
Love Society Do You Wanna Dance single (b/w Without You) (Scepter) (1968)
(From: Lost Jukebox: Volume 198)
Little River Band Lady Sleeper Catcher (EMI) (1978)
Sparks Nothing Is Sacred A Woofer In Tweeter’s Clothing (Bearsville) (1973)
Music behind DJ: 
Sidney Bechet
Bechet’s Fantasy shellac 10″ (b/w Old Stack O’Lee Blues) (Blue Note) (unk.)
(From: The Best of Sidney Bechet)
Cactus Restrictions Restrictions (Atco) (1971)
Orgone Look-A Py Py Undercover Mixtape (Colemine) (2017)
The Royal Polynesians Featuring Charles Mauu Vana Vana Polynesia! – Native Songs And Dances From The South Seas (Capitol) (1954)
The Cleftones Heart & Soul single (b/w How Do You Feel?) (Gee) (1961)
(From: The Doo Wop Box – Vol. II – Disc 4 (’60-’63))
Lee Hazlewood Shades Lee Hazlewood Presents The 98% American Mom & Apple Pie 1929 Crash Band (LHI) (1967)
(From: Lounge Legends)
Merle Haggard (My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers single (b/w Please Mr. D. J.) (Tally) (1965)
(From: Merle Haggard 1962-1965 Chronological Classics)
Music behind DJ: 
Francis Rimbert
77-Blues April Orchestra Vol. 64: Electric Feeling (Synthesizer IV) (CBS) (1986)
Richard & Linda Thompson Borrowed Time Sunnyvista (Chrysalis) (1979)
Tony Bennett The Boulevard of Broken Dreams (Gigolo And Gigolette) shellac 10″ (b/w I Wanna Be Loved) (Columbia) (1950)
(From: American Songbook Series, Harry Warren)
Dust Loose Goose Dust (Kama Sutra) (1971)
Monkees Good Times Good Times! (Rhino) (2016)
Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams shellac 10″ (b-side to Star Dust) (Okeh) (1931)
(From: Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra 1931-1932 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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