Bob Brainen's playlist July 11, 2015 E-mail Bob Brainen
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Artist Track Album / Format Year Comments Approx. start time Hank Levine w/ Timothy Leary Image, Part One / The Psychedelic Experience (CD-R) 1961 / 1966 0:00:00 ) NRBQ Playing with my Heart x2 God Bless Danny Boy (Live in Philly 10-12-85) (MP3) 1985 / 2007 0:02:11 ) Lapsey Band The Ship Is Over The Oean* Baby Dodds - Talking And Drum Solos / Music From The South* (CD) 1954 / 2002 0:06:04 ) Henry "Red" Allen & Coleman Hawkins The River's Takin' Care Of Me Henry "Red" Allen & Coleman Hawkins 1933 (LP) 1933 / 1980 0:08:19 ) Grease Band Mistake No Doubt (LP) 1971 R.I.P. Bruce Rowland 0:10:59 ) Jennifer Warnes Song of Bernadette Famous Blue Raincoat (The Songs of Leonard Cohen) (LP) 1987 0:15:15 ) Claude Debussy Prelude from Le Martyre de St. Sebastien Complete Orchestral Works (CD box set) 1911 / 2012 0:19:08 ) Tristram Cary "Theme" from Blood from The Mummy's Tomb Monster Movie Music, Vol. 10 (CD-R) 1971 VAR
0:23:12 ) Procol Harum Salad Days (Are Here Again) Procol Harum (CD) 1971 debut album 0:25:17 ) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
0:26:28 ) Rolling Stones I Wanna Be Your Man Singles Collection: The London Years (CD box set) 1963 / 2002 Brian Jones-slide guitar 0:39:28 ) Rolling Stones Cool Calm Collected Between the Buttons (CD) 1967 / 2002 Brian Jones-dulcimer 0:41:58 ) Rolling Stones Ruby Tuesday Through The Past, Darkly (Big Hits, Vol. 2) (CD) 1969 / 2002 Brian Jones-recorder 0:45:30 ) Billy Swan & Van Duren Undying Love (MP3) 1991 0:48:47 ) Herbie Nichols Infatuation Eyes Love, Gloom, Cash, Love (LP) 1957 0:51:45 ) Gunther Schuller Variant III on A Theme of Thelonious Monk Jazz Abstractions (CD) 1960 Eric Dolphy-bass clarinet 0:54:44 ) Frank Ifield She Taught me How to Yodel (MP3) 1962 0:59:04 ) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
0:59:11 ) Lowell Levinger Grizzly Bear Get Together - Banana Recalls Youngbloods Classics (CD) 2015 1:08:21 ) Glen Campbell 12 String Special The Astounding 12 String Guitar Of Glen Campbell (LP) 1964 1:12:00 ) Glen Campbell Subterranean Homesick Blues Mr. 12 String (LP) 1965 1:14:26 ) Sidewalk Swingers If I Had A Hammer Folk Swingin' Harpsichord with 12 String Guitar (LP) 1964 Leon Russell & Glen Campbell 1:16:55 ) Muhal Richard Abrams Spihumonesty Spihumonesty (LP) 1980 1:20:02 ) David Greenberger & Ralph Carney Gone With The Wind Oh, Pa (CD) 2011 1:26:16 ) Whitney McClain Bombs Away (MP3) * 2015 1:27:43 ) Music behind DJ:
"birds @ 302 Chestnut"
1:27:50 ) Roy Milton & His Solid Senders Hop, Skip and Jump The Grandfather of RnB (LP) 1948 / 1982 1:39:16 ) Bullmoose Jackson & His Buffalo Bearcats Moosey Moose On The Loose (LP) 1948 / 1985 1:41:44 ) Louis Jordan w/ Ella Fitzgerald Petootie Pie Louis Jordan & Friends (LP) 1945 / 1984 1:45:25 ) Milltown Brothers Sally Ann Apple Green EP (EP) 1991 1:47:43 ) Denny Laine Catherine's Wheel Deram Dayze (LP) 1968 / 1987 VAR 1:50:32 ) Jimmy Reed Ain't That Lovin' You Baby The Best Of... 1956 / 1968 1:54:06 ) Music behind DJ:
"birds @ 302 Chestnut"
(* = new, The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
Sat. 7/11/15 9:09am mauri:
Good saturday Bob. Sounding fine.
Sat. 7/11/15 9:16am William:
Always liked the Grease Band LP. Sorry to hear about Bruce Rowland.
Sat. 7/11/15 9:33am BEAVO:
Whiter Shade of pale was actually a single it wasn't on the original pressing of the album. But was added later.
Sat. 7/11/15 9:33am Mike East:
I just picked up another Spooky Tooth album from the record shop last week
Sat. 7/11/15 9:34am BEAVO:
Spooky Two is the best one.
Sat. 7/11/15 9:37am BEAVO:
Greg Ridley left to form Humble Pie after that. And the original band fell apart
Sat. 7/11/15 9:41am William:
Will they ever release Brian's soundtrack for "A Degree of Murder"?
Sat. 7/11/15 9:42am BEAVO:
Pretty sure it's vibraphone.
Sat. 7/11/15 9:44am Nanker de Tucson:
Thank you for Between The Buttons tune, BobB !
Sat. 7/11/15 9:45am Doug Wieselman:
I'm a big fan of your show. Thanks for all the great music - It's vibraphone on "Yesterday's Papers" - you can hear the metal at one point in the 2nd half of the record where he sort of misses a note and you just hear the metal. Rock on !
Sat. 7/11/15 9:46am BEAVO:
In the Rolling Stones rock and roll Circus movie the scene with Mick and John. John refers to it as I want to hold your man
Sat. 7/11/15 9:55am BEAVO:
You can also hear the rotating fans on YP
Sat. 7/11/15 9:56am BEAVO:
Of course it should be called a tremaphone.
Sat. 7/11/15 10:01am BEAVO:
Makes aliens heads explode
Sat. 7/11/15 10:05am Mike East:
@BEAVO - That's the one I got (Spooky 2)! The other one I have is The Mirror, which I quite like.
Sat. 7/11/15 10:12am Fuzzy:
We Five had a minor hit with "Let's Get Together" a few years before the Youngbloods took it to #1 in '69, and just before Bev Bivens left the band and disappeared for about 30 years.
♥ Sat. 7/11/15 10:15am SeanG:
Go man GO!
Sat. 7/11/15 10:17am Stuart Rose:
Hey, Mike East, I love your referring to picking up that Spooky Tooth " from the record shop". As if those treasure houses still dotted the cityscape.
Why did Keith Richard, all those years later, give such short shrift to Brian Jones' contributions? I mean, in Richard's book. I imagine that Keith really couldn't suffer Jones as a person.
♥ Sat. 7/11/15 10:19am melinda:
I'm really enjoying the Glen Campbell instrumentals.
Sat. 7/11/15 10:21am Doug Poswencyk:
Great show as always Bob. Thanks for starting my Saturdays off right. I have very little interest in post Brian Jones Stones. Love the early Stones.
Thanks for playing these cuts. For me, Jones was the Stones. Great stuff! And thanks for playing Eric Dolphy.
Sat. 7/11/15 10:22am Mike East:
@Stuart - it was actually a used book store with a record shop in the back. I'm lucky to be in walking distance of such a rare beast these days.
♥ Sat. 7/11/15 10:30am SeanG:
diggin this tune
♥ Sat. 7/11/15 10:40am purpleknif:
atta boy bob, stay true to the music.
Sat. 7/11/15 10:51am Stuart Rose:
another great show, Bob.
Sat. 7/11/15 10:56am SSS:
WOW! Where else but on WFMU!!!!!!