Jan 182019
 
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ep282Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 282: Friday, January 18, 2019 at noon, Eastern Time.

Show #282: Fever Dreams.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Norma Jean Jackson Ain’t A Very Big Town Jackson Ain’t A Very Big Town (RCA Victor) (1967)
(From: Dim Lights, Thick Smoke And Hillbilly Music – Country And Western Hit Parade)
Bobby Bare And Skeeter Davis Jackson Your Husband, My Wife (RCA Victor) (1970)
(From: Bobby Bare 1969-1970 Chronological Classics)
Willie Nelson Seasons of My Heart Country Favorites – Willie Nelson Style (RCA Victor) (1966)
(From: Nashville Was the Roughest)
Charlie Rich Half As Much Charlie Rich Sings Country & Western (Hi) (1967)
(From: Complete Hi Recordings Of Charlie Rich)
Dinah Shore Mad About Him, Sad Without Him, How Can I Be Glad without Him Blues shellac 10″ (b-side to Be Careful, It’s My Heart) (Victor) (1942)
The Walker Brothers Lost One prev. unr. (n/a) (unk.)
(From: Everything Under the Sun (UMC, 2006))
Godley & Creme Cry single (b/w Love Bombs) (Polydor) (1985)
(From: History Mix Vol 1)
Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra (voc. Nan Wynn) Moments Like This shellac 10″ (b/w I Can’t Face the Music (Without Singin’ The Blues)) (Brunswick) (1938)
(From: Teddy Wilson Vol.5 (1937-38))
Camilo Sesto / Teddy Bautista / Angela Carrasco Dinos Lo Que Va A Pasar (Jesús, Magdalena Y Apóstoles) (What’s the Buzz) Jesucristo Superstar (Versión Original En Español) (Ariola) (1975)
Music behind DJ: 
Edmundo Ros And His Orchestra
Tico Tico Sing And Dance With Edmundo (Decca) (1962)
(From: The Best Of Edmundo Ros)
Jure Robeznik & His Music The Donkey Samba Instrumental Groups, Vol 3 (Apollo Sound) (1972)
Complesso Basso-Valdambrini The Jolly Jazz Stile Califoniano (Fonit Cetra) (1970)
H. Flowers & R. Coulam Harry Who Small Pop Group (Standard Music Library) (1972)
Gerard Doulssane, Lawrence Whiffin Elephantus Bleu Children Editions (Montparnasse 2000) (1978)
Gianni Oddi Popoff Style (RCA) (1974)
Paul Piot Et Son Orchestre Far Away For Ever Paul Piot And Co. (Chappell) (197?)
The Red Bricks (Patrick Tarnaud) Heavens Above Group Sounds (Chappell) (1974)
Stephane Grappelli Jessie Grappelli Plays Grapelli (Music De Wolfe) (1977)
Music behind DJ: 
Teddy & The Fingerpoppers
Soul Groove Part 1 single (b-side to Soul Groove Part 1) (Arctic) (1968)
(From: Cooler Than Ice – Arctic Records And The Rise Of Philly Soul)
Ellie Pop Seems I’ve Changed Ellie Pop (Mainstream) (1968)
Captain Beyond Thousand Days Of Yesterdays Thousand Days Of Yesterdays (Time Since Come And Gone) (Capricorn) (1972)
(From: Burbank)
The Golden Ring Shekar Dar Kohestan unk. (unk.) (1960)
(From: Raks Raks Raks – 27 Golden Garage Psych Nuggets From The Iranian 60s Scene)
The M.V.P.’s Turnin’ My Heartbeat Up single (b/w Every Man For Herself) (Buddah) (1972)
(From: Northern Soul – The Soundtrack)
Giorgio And The Morodians Bla-Bla-Diddly single (b/w How Much Longer Must I Wait, Wait) (Hansa) (1966)
(From: Bubblegum MF Volume 05)
Tulio Enrique Leon Cumbia Del Sultan (El Barba Dub Rmx) Tormenta De Sudor (Cassette Blog 4to Aniversario) (Bandcamp) (2014)
Gene Autry Stay Away From My Chicken House shellac 10″ (b/w California Blues) (Velvet Tone) (1929)
(From: That Silver Haired Daddy of Mine: 1929-1933)
Music behind DJ: 
Los Casmeños
Chachita single (b/w La Espumita Del Río) (Rey) (1972)
(From: Cumbia Beat Vol. 2)
The Del-Vikings Whispering Bells single b/w Don’t Be A Fool) (Fee Bee) (1957)
(From: The Golden Age Of American Rock ‘n’ Roll – Vol. 08)
Billy Ward And His Dominoes The Bells single (b-side to Pedal Pushin’ Papa) (Federal) (1952)
(From: Billy Ward & His Dominoes Featuring Clyde McPhatter & Jackie Wilson)
The Browns The Three Bells (Les Trois Cloches) single (b/w Heaven Fell Last Night) (RCA Victor) (1959)
(From: Dim Lights, Thick Smoke And Hillbilly Music – Country And Western Hit Parade)
The Gospel Song Birds When They Ring Them Golden Bells single (b-side to Help Me To Run This Race) (Nashboro) (1963)
(From: Nashboro – I Heard the Angels Singing)
The Originals The Bells single (b/w I’ll Wait For You) (Soul) (1970)
(From: The Complete Motown Singles Vol. 10 – 1970)
The Rascals Bells/Sattva Once Upon A Dream (Atlanric) (1968)
(From: All I Really Need: The Atlantic Recordings (1965-1971))
The Laughing Wind The Bells single (b/w John Works Hard) (Tower) (1967)
(From: California Love-In #2)
Duke Ellington And His Orchestra Ring Dem Bells shellac 10″ (b-side to Three Little Words) (Victor) (1930)
(From: The Duke Ellington Centennial Edition)
Anita Ward Ring My Bell single (b/w If I Could Feel That Old Feeling Again) (T.K. Disco) (1979)
(From: Billboard Top Dance Hits: 1979)
Music behind DJ: 
The Dillards With Byron Berline
Tom And Jerry Pickin’ And Fiddlin’ (Elektra) (1965)
(From: The Dillards With Byron Berline 1963-1964 Chronological Classics)
Fats Domino The Fat Man shellac 10″ (b/w Detroit City Blues) (Imperial) (1950)
(From: Rhythm N’ Blues 1950)
Roy “Bald Head” Byrd Willie Mae shellac 10″ (b-side to Hey Little Girl) (Atlantic) (1951)
(From: ABC of the Blues)
Rosco Gordon No More Doggin’ shellac 10″ (b/w Maria) (RPM) (1952)
Wilbert Harrison Kansas City single (b/w Listen, My Darling) (Fury) (1959)
(From: The Very Best Of Wilbert Harrison)
Clue J. And His Blues Blasters (Theophilus Beckford) Easy Snapping single (b/w Proof Rum) (Worldisc) (1959)
(From: Trojan Explosion)
Clue J & His Blues Blasters Pine Juice single (b-side to Little Willie) (Blue Beat) (1961)
(From: The History Of Blue Beat The Birth Of Ska BB51-BB75 A & B Sides)
The Wailers It Hurts To Be Alone single (b-side to I Am Going Home) (Coxsone) (1964)
(From: Another Dance (Rarities From S)
Music behind DJ: 
Ferko String Band
Alabama Jubilee shellac 10″ (b/w Sing A Little Melody) (Media) (1955)
Gong Tried So Hard Camembert Electrique (BYG) (1971)
James Gang Yadig Thirds (ABC) (1971)
Gene O’Quin I’ll Never Be the Same shellac 10″ (b/w Mobilin’ Baby Of Mine) (Capitol) (1952)
(From: Gene O’Quin 1952-1975 Chronological Classics)
The Saints Messin’ With The Kid I’m Stranded (EMI) (1977)
The Wheels Road Block single (b-side to Bad Little Woman) (Columbia) (1966)
Bonnie Guitar Dark Moon single (b/w Big Mike) (Dot) (1957)
(From: Chills & Fever – The Dot Records Story (1955-1962))
Tex Williams Slam My Door prev. unr. (Capitol Transcriptions) (1950-51)
(From: Western Swing Nostalgia)
Peter Green The End Of The Game The End Of The Game (Reprise) (1970)
Frank Ifield Goodbye Now single (b-side to Paradise) (Columbia) (1965)
(From: The Complete A-Side And B-Side)
Fleetwood Mac Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…
Jan 112019
 
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ep281Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode 281: Friday, January 11, 2019 at noon, Eastern Time.

Show #281: Dance like the fascists are watching.

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Artist Title Album (label) (year) (source)
Your DJ welcomes you:
Uncle Michael
Hinky Dinky Time Open  
Dennis Alcapone DJ’s Choice Soul To Soul – DJ’s Choice (Trojan) (1973)
(From: Trojan – DJ Box Set)
Brute Force Brute’s Party single (b-side to Toys For Tots) (Columbia) (1967)
(From: Lost Jukebox Volume 101)
Dorothy Ashby Afro-Harping Afro-Harping (Cadet) (1968)
Guitar Wolf Female Machine Gun Beast Vibrator (GuitarWolf) (2013)
The Falcons You’re So Fine shellac 10″ (b/w Goddess Of Angels) (Flick Recording Co.) (1959)
The Alpha Band Born In Captivity Spark In The Dark (Arista) (1977)
Emerson Lake & Palmer Still…You Turn Me On Brain Salad Surgery (Manticore) (1973)
Machuca Cumbia Staying Alive Machuca Cumbia (Travolteando Fiebre Cumbiambera) (Machuca) (1978)
(From: The Afrosound Of Colombia Vol. 2)
Music behind DJ: 
Peter Sander & His Group
Thank You Dear Apollo Sound – APP 5032 – Melody & Rhythm, Vol 11 (Apollo Sound) (1976)
Johnny Jenkins I Walk On Gilded Splinters Ton-Ton Macoute! (Atco/Capricorn) (1970)
(From: Country Funk 1969-1975)
Shiloh Simple Little Down Home Rock & Roll Love Song For Rosie Shiloh (Amos) (1970)
Red Sovine Okey Dokey shellac 10″ (b/w Till Today) (MGM) (1952)
(From: Red Sovine Country Ballads & Western Swing 1949-1952 Chronological Classics)
Ray Price This Cold War With You Love Life (Columbia) (1964)
(From: Ray Price 1960-1961 Chronological Classics)
Sheb Wooley Blue Guitar shellac 10″ (b-side to Panama Pete) (MGM) (1953)
(From: Dim Lights, Thick Smoke & Hillbilly Music: 1954)
Billy Young Suffering With A Hangover Part 1 single (b/w Suffering With A Hangover Part 2) (Soyja) (1973)
(From: Absolute Funk Vol. 2)
Willie Nelson Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down Willie Nelson & Family (RCA Corporation) (1971)
(From: Willie Nelson 1970-1971 Chronological Classics)
Music behind DJ: 
David Snell
Tender Memories KPM 1129 – The Contemporary Harp/Light And Leisure (KPM) (1973)
Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra La De Doody Doo shellac 10″ (b-side to The Stevedore’s Serenade) (Brunswick) (1938)
(From: 1932-1940 Brunswick, Columbia and Master Recordings of Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra)
The Cats And The Fiddle Public Jitterbug No. 1 shellac 10″ (b/w I Miss You So) (Bluebird) (1940)
(From: Complete Recordings, Vol. 1 (1939-1940), Killin’ Jive)
Slim Delgado And His Quintet With The Fables Frank Rhoads Round single (b/w Dr. Free) (Xavier) (unk.)
(From: Searching For You: The Lost Singles Of McVouty 1958-1974)
Slim Gaillard Down By The Station Laughing In Rhythm (Opera In Vout) (Verve) (1947)
The Platters The Hut Sut Song (Encore Of) Golden Hits Of The Groups (Mercury) (1963)
(From: Four Platters and One Lovely Dish)
Marjorie Ingram In the Heat of Love prev. unr. (Fame) (unk.)
(From: Hall of Fame: Rare & Unissued Gems from the Fame Vaults)
Small Faces E Too D single (b-side to Patterns) (Decca) (1967)
(From: The Decca Anthology: 1965-1967)
Small Faces Talk To You single (b-side to Here Come The Nice) (Immediate) (1967)
(From: Immediate – The Singles Collection)
Johnny Cash The Losing Kind prev. unr. (n/a) (1955)
(From: Bootleg Volume II: From Memphis To Hollywood)
Brian Protheroe Pinball Pinball (Chrysalis) (1974)
Music behind DJ: 
Roger Webb
Sunspot Chappell C.I.S. 5007 – Various – Light Atmosphere (Small Group) Vol. 2 (Chappell) (1967)
Desmond Dekker & The Aces A It Mek single (b/w Writing On The Wall) (Pyramid) (1968)
(From: Let’s Do Rocksteady – Story of Rocksteady)
Peter Case Icewater Peter Case (Geffen) (1986)
Barrence Whitfield with Tom Russell Ice Water Hillbilly Voodoo (East Side Digital) (1993)
Glen Barber Ice Water single (b-side to Ring Around The Moon) (Starday) (1954)
(From: Desperate Rock ‘N’ Roll Vol.2)
Big Jay McNeely Ice Water shellac 10″ (b-side to Mule Milk) (Federal) (1954)
(From: Big “J” In 3-D)
DeFord Bailey Ice Water Blues shellac 10″ (b/w Davidson County Blues) (Victor) (1929)
(From: DeFord Bailey 1927-1928 Chronological Classics)
Icewater All I See Is You prev. unr. (Ardent) (unk.)
(From: Looking Forward: The Roots Of Big Star)
Music behind DJ: 
Tony Kinsey
Mission To Kill KPM 1274 – Music For The Movies (KPM) (1982)
Amancio D’Silva Joyce Country Integration (Columbia) (1969)
Anne Shelton Song Of The Trees shellac 10″ (b-side to Arrivederci Darling) (His Master’s Voice) (1955)
(From: Great British Song Stylist)
The First Class Lavender Man single (b-side to Bobby Dazzler) (UK) (1974)
Punch I Heard You Singing Your Song single (b/w Luziana) (Bell) (1972)
(From: Lost Jukebox: Volume 147)
The Raspberries Hard To Get Over A Heartbreak Side 3 (Capitol) (1973)
(From: 1972-1974 – Greatest)
Bruce Springsteen The E Street Shuffle The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle (Columbia) (1973)
Music behind DJ: 
The Machines
Big Toes Chappell LPC 1055 – The Machines – Electronic Music (Chappell) (1973)
The Everly Brothers Living Too Close To The Ground Roots (Warner Bros.) (1968)
Laura Lee Dirty Man single (b/w It’s Mighty Hard) (Chess) (1967)
Candi Staton In The Ghetto Candi Staton (Fame) (1972)
Bob Summers When I’m Dead And Gone single (b/w Lucy Lou) (MGM) (1971)
(From: Lost Jukebox: Volume 71)
Lou Reed Leave Me Alone (Bonus Track) Coney Island Baby (30th Anniversary) (RCA) (1976)
Helen Merrill Bye Bye Blackbird The Nearness Of You (Emarcy) (1958)
Big Maybelle Quittin’ Time single (b/w I Can’t Wait Any Longer) (Rojac) (1968)
(From: Romp! Stomp! And Grind!)
Hank Snow Farewell Blues unk. (unk.) (unk.)
(From: Hank Snow – The Thesaurus Transcriptions)
The Beat Walking Out On Love single (b-side to Let Me Into Your Life) (Columbia) (1979)
(From: The D.I.Y Rhino Series Vol. 8 – Shake It Up – American Pop II (1978-80))
Music behind DJ: 
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) (Blue Horizon) (1968)
Your DJ bids you farewell…