Nov 152019
 
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ep321Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 321: Friday, November 15, 2019 at Noon, Eastern Time.

Show #321: Back that thang up.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Beach Boys Let’s Go Away For Awhile Pet Sounds (Capitol) (1966)
Kidgloves And Autistici Pet Sounds [zoophilia] Hippocamp Ruins Pet Sounds (unk.) (2005)
The KLF (feat. Tammy Wynette) Justified & Ancient (Stand By The Jams) single (b/w Justified And Ancient (“The White Room” Version)) (KLF) (1991)
J.D. Crowe & The New South Summer Wages J.D. Crowe & The New South (Rounder) (1975)
(From: J.D. Crowe & The New South 1973-1975 Chronological Classics)
The Delmore Brothers False Hearted Girl shellac 10″ (b/w Memories Of My Carolina) (Bluebird) (1937)
(From: Blues Stays Away From Me 1931-1951)
Flatt & Scruggs With Doc Watson Lonesome Ruben Strictly Instrumental (Columbia) (1967)
(From: Flatt & Scruggs With Doc Watson 1966-1967 Chronological Classics)
New Orleans Klezmer All Stars Naftuna Melt Borvis (Stretchy) (2005)
Abraham Inc. Hebonics (Ebonics Remix) Together We Stand (Label Bleu) (2019)
Music behind DJ: 
The Delle Haensch Band
Tipsy Come, Tipsy Go Selected Sound 9021: Girls/Voices & Piano (Selected Sound) (1972)
Earthling Society The Elevator Does Not Stop at This Floor Zodiak (Nasoni) (2012)
Sitka Sun Psychedelic Three Sitka Sun (The Long Road Society) (2017)
Amon Düül II Dem Guten, Schönen, Wahren Phallus Dei (Liberty) (1969)
Toyah Ieya 1982 single (b/w Helium Song (Spaced Walking)) (Safari) (1982)
Music behind DJ: 
Ted Weems And His Orchestra (whistler, Elmo Tanner)
Heartaches shellac 10″ (b-side to Oh! Monah) (Decca) (1946)
(From: Sentimental Journey The Forties)
Pere Ubu Over My Head The Modern Dance (Blank) (1978)
Archive (feat Band Of Skulls) Remains Of Nothing (Radio Edit) Remains Of Nothing (Dangervisit) (2019)
Hostage Straight Raw Verano Del Moombahton ((Munchi Self-released)) (2011)
John Lennon Scared Walls And Bridges (Apple) (1974)
The Isley Brothers Freedom single (b/w I Need You So) (T-Neck) (1970)
(From: The Complete RCA Victor And T-Neck Album Masters (1959-1983))
Music behind DJ: 
Arthur Lyman
Colonel Bogey March Bwana À (HiFi) (1959)
Skin Alley Graveyard Shuffle Two Quid Deal (Transatlantic) (1972)
Andy Partridge That Wag prev. unr. (Ape House) (2002)
(From: Fuzzy Warbles 1)
Donnie & Joe Emerson Big Money n/a (n/a) (unk.)
(From: Still Dreamin’ Wild; The Lost Recordings, 1979 To 1981 (Light In The Attic, 2014))
The Dirtbombs Hey! Cookie Ooey Gooey Chewy Ka-Blooey! (In The Red Recordings) (2013)
Crabby Appleton Peace By Peace Crabby Appleton (Elektra) (1970)
Ringo Starr Back Off Boogaloo Stop And Smell The Roses (RCA) (1981)
Music behind DJ: 
Amral’s Trinidad Cavaliers Steel Orchestra
Rock Around The Clock (altered) Steel Vibrations (Calypan) (1973)
Burt Bacharach & His Orchestra & Chorus Trains And Boats And Planes Play His Hits (Kapp) (1966)
The Invitations Skiing In The Snow single (b/w Why Did My Baby Turn Bad) (Dynovoice) (1966)
(From: Jeffrey Glenn’s Lost Jukebox Christmas: Our Snowflake Dreams (1963-1969))
Ted Gärdestad Buffalo Bill Upptåg (Polar) (1974)
(From: Kalendarium 1972 – 93)
Don & The Goodtimes Ball Of Fire single (b-side to May My Heart Be Cast Into Stone) (Epic) (1968)
(From: Lost Jukebox Volume 085)
The Impalas Oh, What A Fool single (b/w Sandy Went Away) (CUB) (1959)
The Mamas & The Papas I Saw Her Again (Mono Single Mix) single (b/w Even If I Could) (Dunhill) (1966)
(From: The Complete Singles – The 50th Anniversary Collection)
Starry Eyed and Laughing Nobody Home Starry Eyed & Laughing (CBS) (1974)
(From: That Was Now And This Is Then)
Chris Rea Windy Town Dancing With Strangers (Magnet) (1987)
(From: Greatest Hits)
Music behind DJ: 
Burt Bacharach & His Orchestra & Chorus
Don’t Make Me Over Play His Hits (Kapp) (1966)
(From: Hit Maker! Burt Bacharach Plays His Hits)
Ted West With Instrumental Accompaniment (You’re Drivin’) On the Wrong Side of the Road single (b/w Call Of The Devil’s Rider) (MGM) (1953)
(From: M-G-M Hillbilly, Vol. 4)
The Chicago Footwarmers (Johnny Dodds) Lady Love shellac 10″ (b-side to Brown Bottom Bess) (Okeh) (1928)
(From: The Chicago Footwarmers (Johnny Dodds) 1927-1928 Chronological Classics)
Erskine Hawkins And His Orchestra Nona shellac 10″ (b/w Love Never Comes Around My Way) (Coral) (1951)
(From: The Ultimate Jazz Archive)
Lester Young And His Orchestra ‘Deed I Do shellac 10″ (b-side to In A Little Spanish Town) (Mercury) (1952)
(From: The Complete Lester Young Studio Sessions on Verve)
Little Richard I’m Just a Lonely Guy single (b-side to Tutti-Frutti) (Specialty) (1955)
(From: The Cosimo Matassa Story Vol 1)
Clyde Mcphatter I’m Not Going To Work Today single (b-side to A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues) (Amy) (1966)
Ray Charles I’m Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town Genius + Soul = Jazz (Impulse!) (1961)
Violent Femmes Rejoice And Be Happy Freak Magnet (Beyond) (2000)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…


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Nov 082019
 
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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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Nov 012019
 
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ep319Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 319: Friday, November 1, 2019 at Noon, Eastern Time.

Show #319: Get in the damned bun.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
James Last Are You Ready Non Stop Dancing 11 (Polydor) (1970)
Giacomo Dell’Orso Impeachment Speciale TG. (RCA Original Cast) (1975)
Bill Frisell Washington Post March Have a Little Faith (Elektra Nonesuch) (1993)
The Specials Do the Dog The Specials (Two-Tone) (1979)
Marvin Pontiac I’m a Doggy The Legendary Marvin Pontiac Greatest Hits (Strange & Beautiful Music) (1999)
Bee Gees Whisper Whisper Odessa (Polydor) (1969)
The Boston Tea Party Words single (b/w Spinach) (Challenge) (1967)
(From: Lost Jukebox Vol.125)
Baker Knight And The Knightmares Hallucinations single (b/w I Feel Sick About The Whole Thing) (Reprise) (1967)
(From: Il#23 – Turned On Vacation)
Curtis Mayfield Do Do Wap Is Strong In Here (single edit) single (b-side to Need Someone To Love) (Curtom) (1977)
(From: The Anthology 1961-1977)
Music behind DJ: 
Alan Hawkshaw
Man On The Move KPM 1044 – The Big Beat (KPM) (1969)
Cornbread Red Magic Carpet Ride The Bluegrass Tribute To Classic Rock (CMH) (2007)
Steve ‘n’ Seagulls Thunderstruck Farm Machine (Soinefarm) (2015)
Ralph Stanley White Light / White Heat Lawless: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Sony Classical) (2012)
John Fogerty Workin’ on a Building Blue Ridge Rangers (Fantasy) (1973)
Les Claypool’s Duo De Twang Stayin’ Alive Four Foot Shack (ATO/Prawn Song) (2014)
The Hellecasters Orange Blossom Special The Return of the Hellecasters (Pacific Arts Audio) (1993)
Music behind DJ: 
Leon McAuliffe And His Western Swing Band
Panhandle Rag shellac 10″ (b/w Careless Hands) (Columbia) (1949)
(From: Tulsa Straight Ahead)
Nghệ Sĩ Đàn Bầu Vân Anh Vó Ngựa Phi Vân (Ghost Riders in the Sky n/a (n/a) (2012)
The Outlaws Swingin’ Low single (b/w Spring Is Near) (His Master’s Voice) (1961)
(From: The Joe Meek Story – Volume 2: 1960-61 “Johnny Remember Me”)
Smadj presents S.O.S. Project Hat unk. (unk.) (2007)
(From: North African Café (the Rough Guide to))
Mexican Institute Of Sound + Toy Selectah La Llama (with Matty Rico, Notch, Maluca & Ohmega Watts) Mexican Institute Of Sound + Toy Selectah Present: Compass (Six Degrees) (2016)
Os Mutantes Ave Gengis Khan Os Mutantes (Polydor) (1968)
Music behind DJ: 
George Elliott
Hula Festival BRR 8 – Hawaii/Latin America (Bruton Music Ltd) (1978)
Mike McGear Givin’ Grease A Ride McGear (Warner Bros.) (1974)
Rotary Connection Tales of Brave Ulysses Songs (Cadet) (1969)
(From: Funky16Corners Blog)
Don Reed And His Orchestra featuring the Voice of Love Nature Boy single (b/w The Lonely King Of Rock ‘N Roll) (AR) (1961)
(From: Technicolor Paradise: Rhum Rhapsodies & Other Exotic Delights)
Revelers Dinah shellac 10″ (b/w Oh, Miss Hannah) (Victor) (1925)
Buck Owens’ Buckaroos Aw Heck Anywhere U.S.A. (Capitol) (1969)
Little Esther And Mel With The J. And O. Orchestra Ring-A-Ding-Doo single (b-side to The Crying Blues) (Federal) (1951)
(From: Midnight at the Barrelhouse)
Frank Sinatra (with Axel Stordahl) Bim Bam Baby shellac 10″ (b-side to Walking In The Sunshine) (Columbia) (1952)
(From: The Columbia Years 1943-1952 The Complete Recordings)
Music behind DJ: 
Vivian Ellis (The New Concert Orchestra)
Coach Tour 10″ single (b/w The Tune That Ran Away) (Boosey & Hawkes) (1961)
(From: Boosey & Hawkes SBH 2972 – Action (Light))
Jimmy McCracklin I’m Gonna’ Tell Your Mother single (b/w I Got Eyes For You) (Kent) (1962)
(From: Modern Records Story – Very Best Of The Modern Labels (ACE 784))
Bobbie Gentry Reunion The Delta Sweete (Capitol) (1967)
UPP Give It To You Upp (Epic) (1975)
(From: Get Down In The Dirt: The Complete Upp)
Supertramp Try Again Supertramp (A&M) (1970)
Martin Newell We’ll Build a House The Greatest Living Englishman (Humbug) (1993)
Music behind DJ: 
Lalo Schifrin
The Shadow Mannix (Themes From The Original Score Of The Paramount Television Show) (Paramount) (1968)
Joni Mitchell You’re My Thrill Both Sides Now (Reprise) (1999)
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra (voc. Ivie Anderson) I’ve Got the World on a String shellac 10″ (b/w Down a Carolina Lane) (Columbia) (1933)
(From: The Ultimate Jazz Archive)
Bryan Ferry The Same Old Blues The Bride Stripped Bare (Polydor) (1977)
Fleetwood Mac Rattlesnake Shake single (b/w Coming Your Way) (Reprise) (1969)
(From: October 10, 1969)
Todd Rundgren Can We Still Be Friends (edit) single (b/w Out Of Control) (Bearsville) (1978)
Fay Simmons Hangin’ Around single (b/w I Can See Through You) (Port) (1957)
(From: Voodoo Voodoo: Feisty Fifties Females)
Cliff Bruner & His Texas Wanderers Out Of Business shellac 10″ (b/w Mr. Postman) (Ayo) (1950)
(From: Boppin’ Hillbilly Vol.12)
Ray Charles I’m Movin’ On single (b/w I Believe To My Soul) (Atlantic) (1959)
(From: The Birth of Soul Volume 3 (1957 – 1959))
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…


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Oct 252019
 
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ep318Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 318: Friday, October 18, 2019 at Noon, Eastern Time.

Show #318: You can’t spell “Hellraiser” without AI.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
The Osborne Brothers Rocky Top single (b/w My Favorite Memory) (Decca) (1968) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Cab Calloway With The Four Bells, Jimmy Carroll And Orchestra Hey Joe single (b-side to Gambler’s Guitar) (Bell) (1953) (Original release by Carl Smith/Boudleaux)
Fairport Convention Some Sweet Day BBC Session (n/a) (1969) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Felice & Boudleaux)
Jussi & The Boys Nääsville Blues Kerran Vielä, Pojat! (Turenki) (2014) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Felice & Boudleaux)
The Beverly Sisters Willie Can shellac 10″ (b/w We’ve Started Courtin’) (Decca) (1956) (Original release by Mitch Miller and His Orchestra and Chorus/Felice & Boudleaux)
Solomon King She Wears My Ring single (b/w I Get That Feeling Over You) (Columbia) (1967) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Tompall & the Glaser Brothers She Loves the Love I Give Her single (b-side to Ooie-Gooie) (Decca) (1959) (Boudleaux)
The Blackwells Always It’s You single (b-side to Honey Honey) (Kaimie) (1960) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Cowboy Copas Blue Kimona single (b/w Breeze) (Dot) (1957) (Boudleaux)
Dick Dale & His Del-Tones Mexico King Of The Surf Guitar (Capitol) (1963) (Bob Moore and His Orchestra/Boudleaux)
Robbie Fulks Wedding of the Bugs Straight Outta Boone Country (Bloodshot) (1997) (Original release by Moon Mullican/Boudleaux and Moon Mullican)
Music behind DJ: 
Al Hirt
Theme From A Dream Honey In The Horn (RCA Victor) (1963) (Original release by Chet Atkins/Boudleaux)
Bob Luman Let’s Think About Living single (b/w You’ve Got Everything) (Warner Bros.) (1960) (Boudleaux)
Rusty & Doug Kershaw Hey Sheriff single (b-side to Sweet Thing (Tell Me That You Love Me)) (Hickory) (1958) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Cowboy Copas And Kathy Copas Copy Cat shellac 10″ (b-side to Those “Gone And Left Me” Blues) (King) (1952) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Sonny James Baltimore single (b-side to Least Of All You) (Capitol) (1964) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Roy Clark Come Live With Me single (b-side to Darby’s Castle) (Dot) (1973) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Marty Wilde Love Of My Life Wilde About Marty (Philips) (1959) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Felice & Boudleaux)
The Hep Stars Bird Dog single (b-side to A Tribute To Buddy Holly) (Olga) (1965) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Boudleaux)
Gram Parsons And Emmylou Harris Brand New Heartache Sleepless Nights (A&M) (1976) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Felice & Boudleaux)
Helen Merrill Devoted To You American Country Songs (Atco) (1959) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Boudleaux)
The Persuasions All I Have To Do Is Dream Good News (Rounder) (1982) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Boudleaux)
Music behind DJ: 
Chet Atkins and His Galloping Guitar
Country Gentleman single (b-side to The Bells Of St. Mary’s) (RCA Victor) (1953) (Boudleaux & Chet Atkins)
Golden Boys Wake Up Little Susie single (b/w unk.) (unk.) (1958) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Felice & Boudleaux)
Connie Smith I’m Little But I’m Loud Connie In The Country (RCA Camden) (1967) (Original release by Little Jimmy Dickens/writteb by Boudleaux & Little Jimmy Dickens)
Little Jimmy Dickens It May Be Silly (But Ain’t It Fun)? shellac 10″ (b/w What About You) (Columbia) (1951) (Boudleaux & Little Jimmy Dickens)
Eddy Arnold and His Guitar I’ve Been Thinking shellac 10″ (b/w Don’t Forget) (RCA Victor) (1958) (Boudleaux)
Goldie Hill It’s A Lovely, Lovely World single (b-side to Loved And Lost) (Decca) (1961) (Original release by Carl Smith/Boudleaux)
Bobby Lord Hawk-Eye shellac 10″ (b/w I Can’t Make My Dreams Understand) (Columbia) (1955) (Boudleaux)
Thelma Blackmon Living Doll single (b/w I’ll Never Believe It) (MGM) (1957) (Boudleaux)
Tommy Zang I’m Gonna Slip You Offa My Mind single (b-side to Every Hour, Every Day) (Hickory) (1961) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Merle Haggard and The Strangers Living With The Shades Pulled Down single (b-side to It’s All In The Movies) (Capitol) (1975) (Felice & Boudleaux and Merle Haggard)
Elvis Presley Hows The World Treating You Elvis (RCA Victor) (1956) (Original release by The Beaver Valley Sweethearts/Boudleaux and Chet Atkins)
Music behind DJ: 
Bob Moore
Hot Spot single (b-side to Mexico) (Monument) (1961) (Original release by Boudleaux Bryant and The Sparks/Felice & Boudleaux)
Moon Mullican Sugar Beet shellac 10″ (b-side to Pipeliner Blues) (King) (1952) (Boudleaux)
Webb Pierce Bye Bye Love single (b-side to Missing You) (Decca) (1957) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Felice & Boudleaux)
Homer And Jethro With June Carter Country Girl shellac 10″ (b-side to Baby, It’s Cold Outside (With Apologies To Frank Loesser)) (RCA Victor) (1949) (Original release by Little Jimmy Dickens/Felice & Boudleaux)
Eddy Arnold With Hugo Winterhalter’s Chorus And Orchestra The Richest Man (In The World) shellac 10″ (b/w I Walked Alone Last Night) (RCA Victor) (1955) (Boudleaux)
Carl Smith Back Up Buddy shellac 10″ (b-side to If You Tried As Hard To Love Me (As You Do To Break My Heart)) (Columbia) (1953) (Felice & Boudleaux?)
Little Jimmy Dickens I Got A Hole in My Pocket single (b/w Me And My Big Loud Mouth) (Columbia) (1958) (Felice & Boudleaux)
John Prine with Iris DeMent We Could In Spite Of Ourselves (Oh Boy) (1999) (Original release by Little Jimmy Dickens/Felice)
Sara Watkins You’re The One I Love Sun Midnight Sun (Nonesuch) (2012) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Felice & Boudleaux)
Jimmy Webb Love Hurts Letters (Reprise) (1972) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Boudleaux)
The Beatles So How Come (No One Loves Me) prev. unr. (BBC) (1963) (Original release by The Omegas/Felice & Boudleaux)
Music behind DJ: 
Leo Kottke
All I Have To Do Is Dream Guitar Music (Chrysalis) (1981) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Boudleaux)
Anita Carter Blue Doll single (b/w Go Away Johnny) (Cadence) (1958) (Boudleaux)
Skeeter Davis Raining In My Heart Sings Buddy Holly (RCA Victor) (1967) (Original release by Buddy Holly/Felice & Boudleaux)
The Lane Brothers Little Brother single (b/w So Satisfied) (RCA Victor) (1958) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Ray Charles Midnight Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music Volume Two (ABC-Paramount) (1962) (Original release by Red Foley/Boudleaux & Chet Atkins)
Ruth Brown With The James Quintet & Orch. Have a Good Time single (b/w Ruth Brown With Orchestra-Daddy Daddy) (Atlantic) (1952) (Original release by Tony Bennett with Percy Faith and His Orchestra/Felice & Boudleaux)
Bob Dylan Take Me As I Am (Or Let Me Go) Self Potrait (Columbia) (1970) (Original release by Little Jimmy Dickens/Boudleaux)
Nick Lowe & Dave Edmunds Take a Message to Mary Nick Lowe & Dave Edmunds Sing The Everly Brothers (Seconds of Pleasure bonus EP) (F-Beat) (1980) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Felice & Boudleaux)
Elvis Costello Sleepless Nights Return of the Grievous Angel: A Tribute to Gram Parsons (Almo Sounds) (1999) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Felice & Boudleaux)
David Ross Wake Up Little Susie shellac 10″ (b/w Be My Girl) (Embassy) (1957) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Felice & Boudleaux)
Music behind DJ: 
Jerry Byrd
Sleepless Nights Potpourri (Monument) (1966) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Felice & Boudleaux)
Mark Dinning Lonely Island single (b/w Turn Me On) (MGM) (1961) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Boudleaux)
The Fourmost Just In Case single (b-side to Hello Little Girl) (Parlophone) (1963) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Boudleaux)
Kitty Wells A Change Of Heart single (b-side to Three Ways (To Love You)) (Decca) (1957) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Silas Dooley Jr. (Dave Adams, Joe Meek prod.) Out Behind The Barn prev. unr. (n/a) (1963) (Original release by Little Jimmy Dickens/Boudleaux)
Robert Mitchum That Man Right There single (b/w You Deserve Each Other) (Monument) (1967) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Steve Alaimo Lady Of The House single (b-side to Blowin’ In The Wind) (ABC-Paramount) (1965) (Original release by Rusty Draper/Felice & Boudleaux)
Chris Hillman and Herb Pederson Problems Way Out West (Back Porch) (2002) (Original release by Everly Brothrs/Felice & Boudleaux)
Skeeter Davis My Last Date (With You) single (b/w Someone I’d Like To Forget) (RCA Victor) (1960) (Boudleaux, Floyd Cramer, Skeeter Davis)
The Everly Brothers Like Strangers single (b/w Brand New Heartache) (Cadence) (1960) (Original release by Everly Brothers/Boudleaux)
The Everly Brothers Poor Jenny single (b-side to Take A Message To Mary) (Cadence) (1958) (Felice & Boudleaux)
Bud & Felice Bryant Overweight Blues single (b/w I Dreamed Of A Wedding) (MGM) (1951)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…


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Oct 182019
 
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ep317Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 317: Friday, October 18, 2019 at Noon, Eastern Time.

Show #317: Getting out my big ten inch.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Sweet Violet Boys Hinky Dinky Parley Voo – Part 1 shellac 10″ (b/w Medley of Bar-Room Songs) (Vocalion) (1936)
Shep Fields and his Rippling Rhythm Orchestra It’s De-Lovely shellac 10″ (b/w Wintertime Dreams) (Bluebird) (1936)
Artie Shaw and his Orchestra Carioca shellac 10″ (b/w Bill (Vocal refrain by Helen Forrest) (Bluebird) (1939)
Spike Jones and his City Slickers (Vocal Refrain by Carl Grayson) Cocktails For Two shellac 10″ (b/w Leabe The Dishes In The Sink, Ma) (Victor) (1944)
Ink Spots If I Didn’t Care shellac 10″ (b/w Knock Kneed Sal (On The Mourner’s Bench)) (Decca) (1939)
Benny Goodman Sextet Gone With “What” Wind shellac 10″ (b/w Till Tom Special) (Columbia) (1940)
Eddy Howard and his Orchestra Careless shellac 10″ (b/w To Each His Own) (Majestic) (1946)
Martha Tilton with Orchestra What A Deal shellac 10″ (b-side to The Last Time I Saw You) (Capitol) (1945)
Music behind DJ: 
Robert Farnon
Down Home Chappell LPC 0582-0587 (Chappell) (1961)
Nathan Glantz and His Orchestra Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo? shellac 10″ (b/w Van Eps Trio – Arroganaise And Simple Confession) (Perfect) (1924)
Jan Garber and His Orchestra Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo shellac 10″ (b/w You’ll Never Get To Heaven With Those Eyes) (Victor) (1924)
Carl Fenton’s Orchestra with Vocal Duet What Has Become of Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo shellac 10″ (b/w A Thousand Miles From Here) (Brunswick) (1924)
California Melody Syncopators, Vocal Chorus by Jack Kaufman Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo shellac 10″ (b/w Glantz and His Orchestra – Oh! Sarah! (Won’t You Please Pull Down That Shade?)) (Emerson) (1924)
Maureen Englin Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo? shellac 10″ (b/w Foolin’ Me) (Perfect) (1924)
Shannon Four Hinky Dinky Parley Voo shellac 10″ (b/w Arthur Hall and Gilbert Girod – Jump Fritz (I Feed You Liver)) (Claxtonola) (1924)
Music behind DJ: 
The Melodi Light Orchestra
Ballet Star Chappell LPC 0606-0612 (Chappell) (1961)
Andy Russell with Orchestra Negra Consentida shellac 10″ (b/w Don’t Love Me) (Capitol) (1945)
Artie Shaw and his Orchestra (Vocal refrain by Helen Forrest) Two Blind Loves shellac 10″ (b-side to Last Two Weeks In July) (Bluebird) (1939)
Ray Noble and his Orchestra Mad About The Boy shellac 10″ (b/w His Majesty’s Theatre Orchestra-The Stately Homes Of England) (Victor) (1941)
Tex Ritter Love Me Now shellac 10″ (b-side to From Now On) (Capitol) (1946)
Lefty Frizzell Then I’ll Come Back To You vinyl 10″ promo (b/w Hopeless Love) (Columbia) (1953)
Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and his Orchestra Pistol Packin’ Mama shellac 10″ (b/w Vic’try Polka) (Decca) (1943)
The Haymakers Square Dance Band with Pat Shaw (Caller) Hinky Dinky Parlez Vous shellac 10″ (b/w Forward Up Six/Camptown Races) (Decca) (1952)
Ford Orchestra Hinky-Dinky, Parlee Voo shellac 10″ (b/w Life On The Ocean Wave) (Ford) (194?)
Harold Goodfellow and His Good Fellows Hinky Dinky Parley Voo shellac 10″ (b/w When The Work’s All Done This Fall) (Folkraft) (1950)
Music behind DJ: 
Francis Bey And His Radio Dance Orchestra
Look Skyward Chappell LPC 0606-0612 (Chappell) (1961)
Count Basie and His Orchestra (Vocal Chorus by James Rushing) Rusty Dusty Blues shellac 10″ (b-side to All Of Me (Vocal Chorus by Lynn Sherman)) (Columbia) (1943)
Buddy Cole I’ve Got The World On A String shellac 10″ (b/w This Is Romance) (Capitol) (1948)
Helen Morgan (Comedienne with Orchestra) Body And Soul shellac 10″ (b/w Something To Remember You By) (Victor) (1941)
Coleman Hawkins and his Orchestra Body And Soul shellac 10″ (b/w Earl Hines and his Orchestra-It Had To Be You (Vocal refrain by Madeline Greene and the Three Varieties)-It Had To Be You) (Bluebird) (1941?)
Coleman Hawkins Ladies’ Lullaby Coleman Hawkins On Asch Records (Asch) (1945)
Jan Endias Hinky Dinky, Parlez Vous? shellac 10″ (b/w Wesoly Kawaler (The Gay Cavalier)) (Victor) (1929)
Music behind DJ: 
The Telecast Orchestra
Zuider Zee Chappell LPC 0606-0612 (Chappell) (1961)
Illinois Jacquet and his Orchestra Adam’s Alley shellac 10″ (b/w Black Velvet) (RCA Victor) (1949)
Wingie Manone and his Orchestra Ochi Chornya shellac 10″ (b/w The Boogie Beat’ll Getcha) (Bluebird) (1941)
Martha Stewart with Orchestra There Goes That Song Again shellac 10″ (b-side to (All Of A Sudden) My Heart Sings) (Bluebird) (1944)
Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra with the Norton Sisters and Rosemary Calvin Rum And Coca-Cola shellac 10″ (b/w There! I’ve Said It Again) (Victor) (1945)
Benny Goodman and his Orchestra (Vocal refrain by Martha Tilton) And The Angels Sing shellac 10″ (b/w Sent For You Yesterday And Here You Come Today (Vocal refrain by Johnny Mercer) (Victor) (1939)
Claude Thornhill and his Orchestra (Vocal Chorus by The Snowflakes) Moonlight Bay shellac 10″ (b-side to There’s A Small Hotel) (Columbia) (1942)
Frances Langford with Dick McIntire and his Harmony Hawaiians Waikiki shellac 10″ (b/w White Ginger Blossoms) (Decca) (1941)
Billy Jones And Ernest Hare Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo shellac 10″ (b/w I’m Gonna Bring A Watermelon) (Columbia) (1924)
Tetos Demetriades (Τετος Δημητριαδης) with Nathaniel Shilkret’s Orchestra Xinki Ntinky Iiapae Boy shellac 10″ (b/w Nykta! Posi Ponoun) (Victor) (1928)
Music behind DJ: 
Roger Roger And His Orchestra
Ridin’ On A Riff Chappell LPC 0606-0612 (Chappell) (1961)
Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra It’s Anybody’s Moon (Vocal by Bob Eberly) shellac 10″ (b-side to I Get Along Without you Very Well (Except Sometimes)) (Decca) (1939)
Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra The Lamp Is Low (Vocal Chorus by Bob Eberly) The Lamp Is Low shellac 10″ (b/w Begone (Vocal Chorus by Helen O’Connell)) (Decca) (1939)
Glenn Miller and his Orchestra (Vocal refrain by Ray Eberle) Blue Orchids shellac 10″ (b/w Baby Me (Vocal by Kay Starr)) (Bluebird) (1939)
Artie Shaw and his Orchestra (Vocal by Pauline Byrne) Gloomy Sunday shellac 10″ (b-side to Don’t Fall Asleep) (Victor) (1940)
Damita Jo with the Rockets (Oh Jenny) The Widow Walk vinyl 10″ promo (b/w Missing (One Heart)) (RCA Victor) (1953)
Ink Spots Someday I’ll Meet You Again shellac 10″ (b-side to I’ll Get By (As Long As I Have You)) (Decca) (1944)
Mickey Katz and his Kosher Jammers Hinky Dinky Vais Ich Voos shellac 10″ (b-side to Carmen Katz) (RCA Victor) (1949)
Dan Hornsby Novelty Quartet Hinky Dinky Dee shellac 10″ (b-side to Take Me Out To The Ball Game) (Columbia) (1929)
Fleetwood Mac Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…


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Oct 112019
 
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ep316Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 316: Friday, October 11, 2019 at Noon, Eastern Time.

Show #316: Everything’s linked.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Johnny Mathis When Will I See You Again When Will I See You Again (Columbia) (1975)
Julie London Chances Are The End Of The World (Liberty) (1963)
Ray Charles Cry Me A River Sweet & Sour Tears (ABC-Paramount) (1964)
Etta James What’d I Say Rocks The House (Argo) (1963)
Barbara Lynn I’d Rather Go Blind Until Then I’ll Suffer (I.T.P.) (1996)
Shirley & Jessie Oh Baby (We Got A Good Thing Going) single (b-side to Too Much Too Soon) (Wand) (1966) [Shirley (Goodman) & Jessie Hill]
Roy Orbison Let The Good Times Roll single (b/w Distant Drums) (Monument) (1966) [Originally by Shirley (Goodman) & Lee)
Fred Neil Candy Man Bleecker & Macdougal (Elektra) (1965)
Bill Withers Everybody’s Talkin’ single (b/w Let It Be) (A&M) (1971)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
The Chain n/a (n/a) (n/a)
Junior Murvin Ain’t No Sunshine Inna De Yard (Makasound) (2007)
The Clash Police And Thieves The Clash (CBS) (1977)
Sparks We Are The Clash White Riot Vol Two: A Tribute To The Clash (Uncut) (2003)
Siouxsie And The Banshees This Town Ain’t Big Enough For The Both Of Us Through The Looking Glass (Wonderland) (1987)
LCD Soundsystem Slowdive (XFM Session) Disco Infiltrator (DFA) (2005)
John Cale All My Friends All My Friends (DFA) (2007)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
The Chain n/a (n/a) (n/a)
Billy Bragg Fear Is A Man’s Best Friend (John Peel Session, 27th July 1983) prev. unr. (BBC Radio) (1983)
Kirsty Maccoll A New England single (b/w Patrick) (Stiff) (1984)
Bette Midler In These Shoes Bette (Warner Bros.) (2000)
Jonathan Richman The Rose You Must Ask The Heart (Rounder) (1995)
David Bowie Pablo Picasso Reality (ISO/Columbia) (2003)
Barbra Streisand Life On Mars Butterfly (Columbia) (1974)
Aretha Franklin People Soft And Beautiful (Columbia) (1969)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
The Chain n/a (n/a) (n/a)
Nina Simone Save Me single (b-side to To Be Young, Gifted, And Black) (RCA Victor) (1969)
Dee Dee Warwick Don’t Pay Them No Mind Foolish Fool (Mercury) (1969)
Jerry Butler I’m Gonna Make You Love Me Soul Artistry (Mercury) (1967)
Dionne Warwick Message To Michael single (b-side to Here Where There Is Love) (Scepter) (1996) [Jerry Butler recorded it first as Message To Martha]
Little Anthony And The Imperials Walk On By I’m On The Outside (Looking In) (DCP International) (1964)
Sérgio Mendes & Brasil ’66 Going Out Of My Head Herb Alpert Presents Sergio Mendes & Brasil ’66 (A&M) (1966)
Antônio Carlos Jobim Wave Wave (A&M) (1967) [Written by Jobim, but first released by Sérgio Mendes & Brasil ’66]
João Gilberto Aguas De Março João Gilberto (Polydor) (1973)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
The Chain n/a (n/a) (n/a)
Doris Day How Insensitive (Insensatez) single (b-side to Meditation) (Columbia) (1964)
The Moonglows/Red Holloway Orch. Secret Love shellac 10″ (b/w Real Gone Mama) (Chance) (1954)
Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys Sincerely single (b/w Cornball Rag) (Decca) (1955)
Merle Haggard Take Me Back To Tulsa A Tribute To The Best Damn Fiddle Player In The World (Or, My Salute To Bob Wills) (Capitol) (1970)
George Jones Today I Started Loving You Again Hits I Missed…And One I Didn’t (Bandit) (2005)
Ernest Tubb And His Texas Troubadours Accidentally On Purpose Ernest Tubb And His Texas Troubadours (EP) (Decca) (unk.)
Ivory Joe Hunter Walking The Floor Over You This Is My Country (Paramount) (1973)
The Nat King Cole Trio I Almost Lost My Mind shellac 10″ (b-side to Nat “King” Cole And The Trio With The Starlighters-Baby, Won’t You Say You Love Me) (Capitol) (1950)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
The Chain n/a (n/a) (n/a)
Bobby Darin Nature Boy single (b-side to Look For My True Love) (Atco) (1961)
Buddy Holly Early In The Morning single (b/w Now We’re One) (Coral) (1958) [The Rinky Dinks (Bobby Darin)
Peter And Gordon True Love Ways single (b/w If You Wish) (Columbia) (1964)
Del Shannon I Go To Pieces One Thousand Six Hundred Sixty One Seconds With Del Shannon (Amy) (1965) [Del Shannon wrote it but Peter and Gordon released it first]
Kyu Sakamoto 花咲く街角 (Hats Off to Larry) single (b-side to 戦場に陽は落ちて (He’s Not Just a Soldier)) (Toshiba) (1962)
The Four Preps Sukiyaki Songs For A Campus Party (Capitol) (1963)
Waylon Jennings and The Waylors Love Of The Common People single (b/w The Chokin’ Kind) (RCA Victor) (1967)
Mavis Staples The Choking Kind Mavis Staples (Volt) (1969)
The Three Degrees You’re The Fool single (b-side to I Do Take You) (Roulette) (1970)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…


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Oct 042019
 
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ep315Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 315: Friday, October 4, 2019 at Noon, Eastern Time.

Show #315: Please remove your hats.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Matthew Sweet Intro Altered Beast (Zoo Entertainment) (1993)
Violent Femmes Intro prev. unr (n/a) (unk.)
(From: Add It Up (1981-1993))
Frayker’s Revenge Intro prev. unr. (n/a) (unk.)
(From: Sesame Street-Music from the Streat)
Todd Rundgren Intro Something/Anything? (Bearsville) (1972)
Bob Keeshan Introduction Introduction To Jazz (Golden) (1958)
The Montesas Introduction & Link Rip Off Hipsville Teen Party (Larsen Recordz) (2001)
Three Dog Night Intro/Poem: Mistakes and Illusions/Peace of Mind Harmony (ABC Dunhill) (1971)
Amen Dunes Intro Freedom (Sacred Bones) (2018)
Meat Puppets Intro Golden Lies (Atlantic) (2000)
Willie Mitchell Intro From ‘it’s Dance Time’ prev. unr. (n/a) (unk.)
(From: Poppa Willie, The Hi Years / 1962-74 – The Covers)
Pink Floyd Intro Live At Pompeii (CBM) (1974)
PAINT Intro PAINT (Mexican Summer) (2018)
Nick Drake Introduction Bryter Layter (Island) (1971)
Scott Walker Prologue ‘Til The Band Comes In (Philips) (1970)
Parliament Prologue GloryHallaStoopid (Pin The Tale On The Funky) (Casablanca) (1979)
Chip Davis Abblasen Fanfare Holiday Musik (American Gramaphone) (1996)
KISS Fanfare (Music From) The Elder (Casablanca) (1981)
MFSB Zach’s Fanfare #2 Philadelphia Freedom (Philips International) (1975)
(From: Philadelphia International Records: 40th Anniversay)
The Jimmy Castor Bunch Fanfare (Prologue) Phase Two (RCA Victor) (1972)
Galactic Fanfare From The Corner To The Block (Anti-) (2007)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer Fanfare For The Common Man Works Volume 1 (Ariola) (1977)
(From: The Best Of Emerson, Lake & Palmer)
Music behind DJ: 
Count Basie
Riff Interlude shellac 10″ (b-side to I Left My Baby) (Columbia) (1939)
(From: Riff Interlude; 24 Carat Gold Edition)
Electric Light Orchestra 10538 Overture The Electric Light Orchestra (Harvest) (1971)
(From: Flashback)
Blood, Sweat & Tears Overture Child Is Father To The Man (Columbia) (1968)
The Who Quadrophenia – 4 Overtures (Demo) prev. unr. (n/a) (1973)
(From: Quadrophenia: Director’s Cut (2014, Geffen))
The Assembled Multitude Overture From “Tommy” (A Rock Opera) The Assembled Multitude (Atlantic) (1970)
(From: Super Hits Of The ’70s – Have A Nice Day, Vol. 16)
Joni Mitchell Overture-Cotton Avenue Don Juan’s Reckless Daughter (Asylum) (1977)
Tom Waits Lucky Day (overture) The Black Rider (Island) (1992)
Spanish Cast Obertura (Overture) Jesucristo Superstar (Ariola) (1975)
Louis and Bebe Barron Main Titles – Overture Forbidden Planet – OST (unk.) (1956)
(From: Bleep: A Guide To Electronic Music)
Willie Hutch Overture of Foxy Brown Foxy Brown – OST (Motown) (1974)
Warner Bros. Orchestra Overture, Merrie Melodies Main Title Music Bugs Bunny On Broadway – Original Broadway Recording (Merrie Melodies/Warner Bros.) (1991)
Uncredited Bugs Bunny Overture (This Is It) unk. (unk.) (unk.)
(From: Television’s Greatest Hits 50’s & 60’s)
Music behind DJ: 
Stephen Bishop
Guitar Interlude Bish (ABC) (1978)
June Christy Interlude shellac 10″ (b-side to How High The Moon) (Capitol) (1948)
(From: Ballad Collection)
Lennie Tristano And His Trio Interlude (Night in Tunesia) shellac 10″ (b/w I Can’t Get Started / Laura) (V-Disc) (1946)
(From: The Ultimate Jazz Archive)
Money Chicha Interlude Echo en Mexico (Vampi Soul) (2016)
Dada Organ Interlude Dada (Atco) (1970)
Orgone Interlude Beyond The Sun (Colemine) (2015)
Jerry Garcia, David Grisman & Tony Rice Interlude The Pizza Tapes (Acoustic Disc) (2000 (1993))
Michel Warlop et Son Orchestre (w/ Django Reinhardt) Blue Interlude shellac 10″ (b-side to Presentation Stomp) (Gramaphone) (1934)
(From: Intégrale Vol. 2)
Tom Waits Interlude 6 Alice (n/a) (1999)
Galactic Percussion Interlude Coolin’ Off (Volcano) (1996)
Bonzo Dog Doo/Dah Band The Intro And The Outro Gorilla (Imperial) (1967)
(From: Vol. 1 – The Intro)
Music behind DJ: 
Bobbie Gentry
Interlude 6 Patchwork (Capitol) (1971)
(From: The Girl From Chickasaw County: The Complete Capitol Masters)
The Carpenters Intermission A Song For You (A&M) (1972)
Cab Calloway and his Orchestra Fifteen Minutes Intermission Rhapsody In Rhumba (Okeh) (1940)
(From: The Hi-De-Ho Man)
The Three Suns Intermission Time Midnight for Two (RCA Victor) (1957)
James McMurtry Brief Intermission Just Us Kids (Lightning Rod) (2008)
Chicha Libre Intermission Canibalismo (Barbès) (2012)
Harry Partch An Entr’acte Delusion Of The Fury: A Ritual Of Dream And Delusion (Innova) (1999)
Warner Bros. Orchestra Act 2 Entr’acte, Excerpt from Long Haired Hare (Merrie Melo) Bugs Bunny On Broadway – Original Broadway Recording (Merrie Melodies/Warner Bros.) (1991)
Music behind DJ: 
Camper Van Beethoven
Interlude Key Lime Pie (Virgin) (1989)
Spanky & Our Gang Coda (Like To Get To Know You) Like To Get To Know You (Mercury) (1968)
(From: The Complete Mercury Recordings)
Van Duren & Tommy Hoehn Coda #2 Hailstone Holiday (Frankenstein) (1999)
King Crimson Coda: Marine 475 THRAK (Virgin) (1995)
Gong Eat That Phone Book Coda Angel’s Egg (Radio Gnome Invisible Part 2) (Virgin) (1973)
Grupo Fantasma Outro Comes Alive (Me My) (2007)
Neil Young Outro Roxy: Tonight’s the Night Live (Reprise) (2018)
Unknown Outro: Is It Loud Back There? prev. unr. (n/a) (unk.)
(From: Warfaring Strangers: Acid Nightmares (2017, Numero Group))
Louisiana Hayride Outro and theme prev. unr. (unk.) (unk.)
(From: At The Louisiana Hayride Tonight (201, Bear Family))
The Spy from Cairo Oud Outro Arabadub (Wonderwheel Recordings) (2012)
Music behind DJ: 
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra
Rude Interlude – Take 1 shellac 10″ (b/w Dallas Doings) (Victor) (1933)
(From: Centennial Edition (Disc 06 of 24, 1927-1934))
On The Seventh Day… Epilogue/There’s A Baby Number One (Mercury) (1970)
The Guess Who Humpty’s Blues/American Woman (Epilogue) American Woman (RCA Victor) (1970)
Chad Stuart And Jeremy Clyde Epilogue(The Progress Suite) Of Cabbages & Kings (Columbia) (1967)
Scott Walker The War Is Over (Epilogue) ‘Til The Band Comes In (Philips) (1970)
(From: 5 Easy Pieces)
Igo Kantor & William Loose Epilogue Good Morning …And Goodbye! – OST (n/a) (1967)
(From: Russ Meyer’s Original Motion Picture Soundtracks: Good Morning…And Goodbye! – Cherry, Harry & Raquel – Mondo Topless (1995, Q.D.K.))
Gary Burton And Friends Near, Friends Far Epilogue Tennessee Firebird (RCA Victor) (1967)
Electric Light Orchestra Epilogue Time (Jet) (1981)
Ugly Ducklings Epilogue single (b-side to I Know What To Say) (Yorkville) (1967)
Sylvester You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) Epilogue Step II (Fantasy) (1978)
(From: Funky16Corners Blog)
Giorgio Happy Birthday single (b-side to Looky, Looky) (Hansa) (1969)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…


http://www.stylesdeluxe.com/gtdr/HDTonGTDR-2019-10-04-315.mp3

Sep 272019
 
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ep314Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 314: Friday, September 27, 2019 at Noon, Eastern Time.

Show #314: Good to be back!

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Moses Jones Here We Go Again single (b/w Kiwi Stumble Boogie) (Sounds Of The South) (1973)
(From: Incredible Sound Show Stories – Volume 13)
The Everly Brothers Let’s Go Get Started The Hit Sound Of The Everly Brothers (Warner Bros.) (1967)
Albert Brooks Call This Cut Three, Side Two A Star Is Bought (Asylum) (1975)
Hoodoo Gurus (Let’s All) Turn On Stoneage Romeos (Big Time) (1984)
Bill Elliot And The Elastic Oz Band Do The Oz single (b-side to God Save Us) (Apple) (1971)
Andy Iona & His Islanders Ta-Hu-Wa-Hu-Wai shellac 10″ (b/w Maui Girl) (Decca) (1937)
(From: With My Little Ukulele in My Hand)
Bunny Sigler Love Train single (b/w Who Am I) (Philadelphia International) (1974)
(From: The Philly Sound: Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff & the Story of Brotherly Love (1966-76))
Sturgill Simpson Sing Along Sound & Fury (Elektra) (2019)
Music behind DJ: 
Friedel Berlipp
Bossa For Sandy Hamburg Mal Ganz Anders (Hamburger Abendblatt) (1969)
(From: The Tabitha Affair)
The Who Ball and Chain Who (Polydor) (2019)
XTC Ball and Chain English Settlement (Virgin) (1982)
XTC One Of The Millions Oranges & Lemons (Virgin) (1989)
Robyn Hitchcock/Andy Partridge Planet England Planet England (Ape House) (2019)
Status Quo Little White Lies Under The Influence (Eagle) (1999)
(From: The Best Of)
Elvis Costello I’m Not Angry My Aim Is True (Stiff) (1977)
Music behind DJ: 
Pablo All Stars
Soloman Dub Away With You Fussing And Fighting / King David Melody (Rockers) (unk.)
(From: King David’s Melody-Classic Instrumentals & Dubs)
The Nels Cline Singers Divining Initiate (Cryptogramophone) (2010)
Hervé Imare Mêle-Mêle Pas Toué P’tit Pierre single (b-side to Joséphine L’est Toujours Pressée) (Diffusion Royale) (1977)
(From: Oté Maloya: The Birth of Electric Maloya on Reunion Island 1975-1986)
Piero Umiliani Timbales St. Germain Des Prés St GDP 113 – Percussions (St Germain Des Prés) (1972)
Waylon Jennings For the Kids (undubbed take) Just To Satisfy You (RCA Victor) (1969)
(From: Waylon Jennings 1968-1969 Chronological Classics)
Fats Waller & His Rhythm If it Isn’t Love shellac 10″ (b/w Believe It, Beloved) (Victor) (1934)
(From: The Ultimate Jazz Archive)
Adelaide Hall (w/ Art Tatum) Strange As It Seems shellac 10″ (b/w You Gave Me Everything But Love) (Brunswick) (1932)
(From: Complete Original American Decca Recordings)
Mabel Scott Do You Know The Game? unk (unk.) (1946)
(From: Mabel Scott The Chronological Mabel Scott (1938-1950) Chronological Classics)
Music behind DJ: 
Judge Dread
Mind The Doors single (b-side to Big Eight) (Big Shot) (1973)
(From: The Big Twenty Four)
E. Rodney Jones R&B Time (Part 1) single (b/w R&B Time (Part 2)) (Tuff) (1965)
(From: The Soulful Side Of Tuff)
Celso Mendes My Cherie Amour (Feat. Lua) unk. (unk.) (2010)
(From: Vintage Cafe: Black Pearls Edition Five)
The Arbors Lovin’ Tonight (Maybe Tonight) single (b-side to I Can’t Quit Her) (Date) (1969)
(From: Very Best of the Arbors)
The Brothers Four East Virginia The Brothers Four (Columbia) (1960)
Sagittarius In My Room single (b/w Navajo Girl) (Together) (1969)
(From: Lost Jukebox Volume 024)
Bee Gees King And Country single (b-side to Wouldn’t I Be Someone) (RSO/Germany) (1973)
(From: Tales From The Brothers Gibb – A History In Song 1967-1990)
Mary Lou Lord With Semisonic Sugar, Sugar Saturday Morning (Cartoons’ Greatest Hits) (MCA) (1995)
Sylvie-Anne Un Tours Dehors unk. (unk.) (unk.)
(From: Girls In The Garage Volume 10 – Groovy Gallic Gals!)
E. Rodney Jones R&B Time (Part 2) single (b-side to R&B Time (Part 1)) (Tuff) (1965)
(From: The Soulful Side Of Tuff)
Music behind DJ: 
Armando Sciascia
Danza Del Fuoco Amico Fritz (Fonit) (1953)
Iggy Pop Turn Blue Lust For Life (RCA Victor) (1977)
Iggy Pop Candy Brick By Brick (Virgin) (1990)
(From: Nude & Rude: The Best of Iggy Pop)
Bash and Pop Anytime Soon Anything Could Happen (Fat Possum) (2017)
Keyboard Madness ft. Danny Carey In A Silent Way (Miles Cover) Live at Custom Vintage Keyboards (n/a/Youtube) (2019)
Music behind DJ: 
The Roadmasters
Boogie & Boogie Tele Music TM 3098 – The Sixties (Tele Music) (1985)
Grandpa Jones Send in Your Name and Address shellac 10″ (b/w Trouble, Trouble, Trouble) (King) (1951)
(From: Grandpa Jones 1950-1952 Chronological Classics)
Fred Astaire With Ray Noble And His Orchestra Things Are Looking Up shellac 10″ (b/w Nice Work If You Can Get It) (Brunswick) (1937)
Rock Island Singers Lord I’ll Be Satisfied single (b/w Can’t Do Without The Lord) (Nashboro) (1961)
(From: Nashboro – I Heard the Angels Singing)
Garnet Mimms Look Away single (b/w One Woman Man) (United Artists) (1964)
A-WA Mudbira Bayti Fi Rasi (S-Curve) (2019)
Shinyribs Brokedown Palace n/a (The Next Waltz/Youtube) (2018)
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…


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Sep 132019
 
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ep313Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 313: Friday, September 13, 2019 at Noon, Eastern Time.

Show #313: Don’t call me no disc jockey.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Bert Jansch Lucky Thirteen Lucky Thirteen (Vanguard) (1966)
(From: It Don’t Bother Me)
Chuck Berry Thirteen Question Method New Juke Box Hits (Chess) (1961)
(From: Johnny B. Goode/His Complete `50s Chess Recordings)
Ann-Margret Thirteen Men The Vivacious One (RCA) (1962)
(From: Atomic Platters: Cold War Music from the Golden Age of Homeland Security)
Earl Brooks And His Plantation Playboys Thirteen Minutes single (b/w Tonight) (Nabor) (1964?)
(From: Twisted Tales from the Vinyl Wastelands Vol 10)
Timi Yuro Thirteenth Hour single (b-side to What’s A Matter Baby (Is It Hurting You)) (Liberty) (1962)
(From: The Voice That Got Away)
David Newman The Thirteenth Floor single (b/w Yesterday) (Atlantic) (1968)
(From: Funky16Corners Radio v.87 – Wind of Change)
The Lurkers Just Thirteen single (b/w Countdown) (Beggars Banquet) (1979)
Big Star Thirteen #1 Record (Ardent) (1972)
Music behind DJ: 
R. Dero
Dance On The Island Happy Showcase (Music In Various Light Moods) (RKM) (1980)
Motelli Skronkle Oi Muammar Motelli Skronkle (Seal On Velvet) (1991)
(From: Collection)
Gong Cat in Clark’s Shoes Shamal (Virgin) (1975)
Nazz Under The Ice Nazz Nazz (SGC/GRT) (1969)
Hornets Give Me A Kiss single (b/w She’s My Baby) (V.I.P.) (1964)
(From: Complete Motown Singles – Vol 4)
The Beatles House Of The Rising Sun prev. unr. (n/a) (1969)
(From: Artifacts II)
The Moody Blues I’m Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band) Seventh Sojourn (Threshold) (1972)
Music behind DJ: 
Roger Webb
Three-Quarters-Ville Three-Quarters-Ville (Chappell) (1968)
(From: Natural Born Fillers 2)
Karel Gott A Milan Chladil Je Krásné Lásku Dát (Love Is A Many Splendored Thing) single (b-side to Karel Gott-Jezebel) (Supraphon) (1964)
The Ronettes Paradise prev. unr. (Philles) (1964)
(From: The Ultimate Collection)
Laura Nyro Eli’s Comin’ (Mono Single Version) single (b-side to Sweet Blindness) (Columbia) (1968)
(From: A Little Magic, A Little Kindness: The Complete Mono Albums Collections)
Bill Justis & His Orchestra Flea Circus single (b/w Cloud Nine) (Phillips) (1959)
(From: The Complete Sun Singles Vol.6)
Harmony Grass Mrs. Richie single (b-side to Cecilia) (RCA Victor 190) (1970)
(From: Lost Jukebox Volume 083)
The Kinks Last of the Steam Powered Trains Village Green Preservation Society (Pye) (1968)
Joe Cocker Hitchcock Railway Joe Cocker! (A&M) (1969)
(From: The Anthology)
Music behind DJ: 
Lloyd Glenn
Cute Tee single (b-side to Black Fantasy) (Aladdin) (1958)
Prince Planet Earth Planet Earth (NPG) (2007)
Finished Touch Sticks And Stones (But The Funk Won’t Never Hurt You) Need To Know You Better (Motown) (1978)
Edwin Starr Time War & Peace (Gordy) (1970)
Tafo Wey Titly Non Par (feat. Afshan) unk. (unk.) (unk.)
(From: “Life Is Dance!” Plugged-in Sounds Of Wonder at the Pakistani Picture House.)
Dinah Washington My Man’s An Undertaker shellac 10″ (b-side to Since My Man Has Gone And Went) (Mercury) (1953)
(From: The Ultimate Jazz Archive)
Johnny Lytle September Song Possum Grease (Muse) (1995)
Music behind DJ: 
Vjbar
Boss For Me Nuovo Repertorio Editoriale NRE 1093 – Strumentali: Caratteristici Moderni (Nuovo Repertorio Editoriale) (1987)
Danny Gatton Ode To Billie Joe prev. unr. (NRG) (1991)
(From: Redneck Jazz (CD Reissue))
Nashville West (feat. Clarence White) Ode To Billie Joe Nashville West (Sierra Briar Records) (1978)
(From: Byrd Parts: Oddities, Curios, Rarities & Essentials By Members Of The Byrds, Alone And Together 1964-1980)
Jimmy Martin & The Sunny Mountain Boys Crow on the Banjo Big And Country Instrumentals (Decca) (1967)
(From: Jimmy Martin & The Sunny Mountain Boys 1965-1968 Chronological Classics)
Sons of the Pioneers Love Song of the Waterfall unk. (unk.) (1941)
(From: Sons of the Pioneers 1941 Vol 1 Chronological Classics)
Tarter & Gay Brownie Blues shellac 10″ (b/w Unknown Blues) (Victor) (1928)
(From: The Bristol Sessions – The Big Bang Of Country Music – 1927-1928)
The Five Spirits of Rhythm (as The Five Cousins) Nobody’s Sweetheart unk. (TO 1334 (matix #)) (1933)
(From: We’ve Got Jive)
America Sister Golden Hair Hearts (Warner Bros.) (1975)
Music behind DJ: 
Paolo Renosto
Filter I Marc 4 (Nelson) (1970)
(From: Intermezzi Music Library MEZ 002 – I MARC 4 – GLP 1002)
It’s All Meat Crying Into The Deep Lake It’s All Meat (Columbia) (1970)
Cab Calloway And His Orchestra Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea shellac 10″ (b/w Kickin’ The Gong Around) (Brunswick) (1931)
Una Mae Carlisle Blitzkrieg Baby shellac 10″ (b-side to It’s Sad But True) (Bluebird) (1941)
(From: Lester Young Vol.2 (1939-41))
Ann Peebles Come to Mama single (b/w I’m Leavin’ You) (Hi) (1975)
(From: The HI Records Singles A’s and B’s)
P. P. Arnold If You See What I Mean single (b-side to The Time Has Come) (Immediate) (1967)
(From: The First Cut Is The Deepest)
Helen Merrill When the World Was Young You’ve Got a Date with the Blues (Metrojazz) (1958)
Fleetwood Mac Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…


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Sep 062019
 
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ep312Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 312: Friday, August 30, 2019 at Noon, Eastern Time.

Show #312: Get in. I’m driving.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Ravi Shankar & Yehudi Menuhin Swara Kakali Ravi Shankar Et Yehudi Menuhin (La Voix De Son Maître) (1971)
Peter Walker Southwind” Second Poem To Karmela” Or Gypsies Are Important (Vanguard) (1968)
The Ceyleib People Aton II a) Dyl b) Ralin c) Tygstl d) Pendyl e) Jacayl f) Menyatt Dyl Com Reprocessed Version Tanyet (Vault) (1968)
Music behind DJ: 
Ravi Shankar
Charly Theme Charly (Original Soundtrack Recording) (World Pacific) (1968)
(From: Lost Jukebox: Volume 155)
Earthless Uluru Rock From The Ages (Tee Pee) (2013)
Amsterdam Klezmer Band And Sondorgo Powerbeat Szikra (Vetnasj) (2018)
Silver Apples A Pox on You Contact (Kapp) (1969)
Music behind DJ: 
Monty & The Cyclones
Summertime single (b-side to Dog It) (Teen) (1961)
(From: Follow Me To The Popcorn)
Status Quo Paradise Flats single (b-side to Technicolor Dreams) (Pye) (1968)
Everly Brothers Do You The Everly Brothers Sing (Warner Bros.) (1967)
Wings Big Barn Bed Red Rose Speedway (Apple) (1973)
Velvet Underground Oh! Sweet Nuthin’ Loaded (Cotillion) (1970)
Prince & The New Power Generation Jughead Diamonds And Pearls (Paisley Park/Warner Bros.) (1991)
Music behind DJ: 
Ludovic Decosne & Pierre Daubresse
Beach Comber De Wolfe DWLP 3224 – Little Bossa (Music De Wolfe) (1972)
Osborne Brothers Up This Hill and Down Up This Hill and Down (Decca) (1966)
(From: Osborne Brothers 1963-1965 Chronological Classics)
Mckinney’s Cotton Pickers (Voc. Louis Deppe) It’s A Lonesome Old Town (When You’re Not Around) shellac 10″ (b/w She’s My Secret Passion) (Victor) (1931)
(From: Mckinney’s Cotton Pickers (Voc. Lois Deppe) Mckinney’s Cotton Pickers 1930-1931 Chronological Classics)
Jimmie Lunceford and his Orchestra (voc. Cy Oliver) Running a Temperature shellac 10″ (b/w My Last Affair) (Decca) (1936)
(From: Big Bands)
Buddy Johnson & His Band It’s The Gold shellac 10″ (b/w I’m My Baby’s Baby) (Decca) (1941)
Oscar Peterson Things Ain’t What They Used To Be Oscar Peterson Plays Duke Ellington (Clef) (1953)
(From: Oscar Peterson 1952 Vol 3 Chronological Classics)
Jesús Alemañy’s ¡Cubanismo! Featuring Alfredo Rodríguez Pa’Que Gozen ¡Cubanismo! (Hannibal) (1996)
Johnny Flynn & The Sussex Wit Lost And Found (Demo) Been Listening (Transgressive) (2010)
Dardanelle Trio September Song shellac 10″ (b/w When A Woman Loves A Man) (RCA Victor) (1946)
Music behind DJ: 
Eddy Manson
September Song Percussion Sounds and the Harmonica (Celebrity) (1965)
Can The Empress And The Ukraine King Limited Edition (United Artists) (1974)
(From: Unlimited Edition)
Celebrity Symphony Orchestra Musique Concrete And Electronique No. 4 DW 2687 – Musique Concrete And Electronique (Music De Wolfe) (1961)
H. Caiage Newport Carnet Turistico (Deneb) (1970)
The Citations Moon Race single (b/w Slippin’ & Slidin’) (Par-A-Gon) (1963)
(From: Lux And Ivy’s Favorites Volume 4)
The Savoys Slappin’ Rods and Leaky Oil single (b/w Domino) (NRM) (1964)
Ronnie Hawkins Horace Ronnie Hawkins (Roulette) (1959)
(From: The EP Collection)
Sylvie Vartan I Can’t Make Him Look At Me (Pour ne pas pleurer) Cette Lettre-La (EP) (RCA Victor) (1965)
Ann Peebles I Still Love You single (b-side to Part Time Love) (Hi) (1970)
(From: The Hi Records Singles A’s & B’s,)
Music behind DJ: 
Creole All Stars
Stingo single (b-side to Bruce Ruffin-Rain) (Trojan) (1971)
The Allman Brothers Band Les Brers in A Minor Eat a Peach (Capricorn) (1972)
Pierre Moerlen’s Gong Esnuria Two Time Is the Key (Arista) (1979)
The Vagrants And When It’s Over single (b/w I Don’t Need Your Loving) (Atco) (1967)
(From: Heartaches For Me – Usa Garage Greats)
Lorrie Collins Another Man Done Gone single (b/w Larry & Lorrie Collins-The Lonesome Road) (Columbia) (1959)
(From: AM Radio Dust :: An Office Naps Mix :: officenaps.com)
Barbara Lewis Snap Your Fingers single (b/w Puppy Love) (Atlantic) (1963)
(From: Hello Stranger: The Best Of Barbara Lewis)
Minutemen It’s Expected I’m Gone Double Nickels on the Dime (SST) (1984)
Fleetwood Mac Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…


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