Bob Brainen's playlist December 3, 2016 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 ) Elmer Bernstein "Mushroom Dance Attack" from The Giant Gila Monster Monster Movie Music, Vol. 3 (CD-R) 1959 VAR 0:02:13 ) Lee Fields & the Expressions Lover Man Special Night (CD) * 2016 0:05:56 ) James Brown Gittin' A Little Hipper Soul Pride: The Instrumentals 1960 -1969 (CD box set) 1967 / 1993 0:09:08 ) Sylvie Vartan I Made My Choice Tom Ardolino's Magic Jukebox 0:12:14 ) Bobby Hutcherson A Time To Go Patterns (CD) 1968 / 1980 /1995 0:14:32 ) Malcolm Arnold Mesto (English Dances, Set 1) Green And Pleasant Land II (CD-R) 1951 VAR
Thanks to Keith Spring
0:18:37 ) Weekend Sleepy Theory La Variete' (CD) 1982 0:21:06 ) Beau Brummels Only Dreaming Now Triangle (CD) 1967 / 1993 0:23:49 ) Fairport Convention Both Sides Now Judy Dyble Anthology: Part One (CD) 1967 / 2015 0:26:31 ) Music behind DJ:
"birds @ 302 Chestnut"
0:27:55 ) NRBQ Snowfall (live) High Noon (CD box set) 2012 / 2016 0:36:25 ) Pentangle Sally Go Round the Roses Basket Of Light (LP) 1969 0:41:10 ) Simon & Garfunkel Hazy Shade of Winter Old Friends (CD box set) 1966 / 1997 0:44:37 ) Mose Allison The Seventh Son I'm Not Talkin': The Song Stylings of Mose Allison, 1951-1971 (CD) * 1958 / 2016 0:47:28 ) Lee Dorsey w/Betty Harris Love Lots of Lovin' Can You Hear Lee Dorsey? The Best Of... (2LP) 1967 / 1982 0:50:07 ) Boyce and Hart Out And About I Wonder What She's Doing Tonite? & 19 Other Classic Tracks (LP) 1967 / 1986 0:53:59 ) Shorty Rogers The Audition (from The Man w/the Golden Arm) Shorty Goes to Hollywood (CD box set) 1955 / 2007 0:56:34 ) Music behind DJ:
"Bob Brainen's Soul 'n RnB tape"
0:58:26 ) Steve Allen w/ The Westinghouse Band Gravy Waltz (MP3) 1963 1:09:00 ) Mel Torme' Gravy Waltz (MP3) 1963 1:11:05 ) Becker & Fagen Any World That I'm Welcome To Demos '69-'71 (CD) 1970 1:13:32 ) Gene Krupa Orch. Tutti Frutti Leo Watson - The Original Scat Man (CD) 1938 / 1999 1:17:35 ) Frank Culley Culley Flower Atlantic Honkers (2LP) 1951 / 1986 VAR 1:19:24 ) Big Jay McNeely Man Eater Honkers & Screamers (2LP) 1948 / 1979 VAR 1:21:39 ) H-Bomb Ferguson Preachin' The Blues The Shouters (2LP) 1951 / 1980 VAR 1:24:38 ) Ray Brown For Heckler's Only The Bebop Boys (2LP) 1946 / 1978 VAR 1:26:47 ) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
1:30:39 ) P.J. O'Connell w/ NRBQ Happy Go Lucky Happy Go Lucky (CD) 2002 1:39:19 ) Louis Prima and Keely Smith with Sam Butera and the Witnesses Hey Boy Hey Girl (CD-R) 1959 Thanks to Ed Bobinski 1:41:02 ) Leroy Anderson Blue Tango Leroy Anderson Conducts Leroy Anderson, Volume 2 (10") 1951 1:44:20 ) Henry 'Red' Allen Siesta at the Fiesta Feelin' Good - His First 'In Person' Album (LP) 1966 1:46:39 ) Henry Butler & Steven Bernstein & The Hot Nine Henry's Boogie Viper's Drag (CD) 2014 1:49:53 ) Beach Boys Ruby Baby (take 1) The Beach Boys Party Unplugged And Uncovered (CD box set) 1965 / 2015 1:55:33 ) Music behind DJ:
"frogs and more frogs" @ Joe Bauer's
(* = new, The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
Sat. 12/3/16 9:03am guy mauve:
Sat. 12/3/16 9:06am dale:
love this movie - trivia: it was produced by ken curtis who was later festus on gunsmoke. curtis was actually a big band singer before this.
Sat. 12/3/16 9:07am annie:
hello everyone! hey dale, i love the piece of trivia..
Sat. 12/3/16 9:08am Nanker de Tucson:
For a sec, I thought BB cued a Mystery Science Theatre 3000 track
Sat. 12/3/16 9:11am SmokinJ:
Soundin' good bb...
Sat. 12/3/16 9:14am wild neil:
peace all. this reminds me of broken flowers jim jarmusch starring Bill Murray.
Sat. 12/3/16 9:16am Stuart Rose:
Good morning, BB enthusiasts.
Bring on the bounty, mr. Bob
Sat. 12/3/16 9:23am dale:
i think bjork's 'the hunter' might have 'borrowed' from this weekend track. it's almost a carbon copy.
Sat. 12/3/16 9:36am williamfromdumont:
Don't forget Cecil Taylor's In Transition. That's a good one.
Sat. 12/3/16 9:38am tonyb:
so 1965 was the heyday of the 12 string?
Sat. 12/3/16 9:39am David in ATL from NJ:
Is this song great or what?
Sat. 12/3/16 9:44am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:
Speaking of '65: 51st anniversary of both 'Rubber Soul' & TheWho's 1st album 'My Generation'.
Sat. 12/3/16 9:45am Deb:
Thanks for the great music, Bob and this cold, December morning.
Sat. 12/3/16 9:52am Deb:
You got me dancing!!!
Sat. 12/3/16 9:52am guy mauve:
Sublime transition, maestro!
Sat. 12/3/16 9:53am Stuart Rose:
Simon and Garfunkel- man, the 60s talent pool was so deep.
I do like the Bangles version of Hazy
Sat. 12/3/16 10:05am steve kos:
Day tripper! DayTripper!
Sat. 12/3/16 10:10am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:
...'Day Tripper'/'We Can Work Out' single - same day too...
Sat. 12/3/16 10:12am mrmucho:
bob first version of gravy didn't sound right, like a bum CD-R
Sat. 12/3/16 10:12am SmokinJ:
Sat. 12/3/16 10:17am mauri:
the first gravy seemed to have a phase problem or then it's gone trhough a fake stereo effect done with eq.
Sat. 12/3/16 10:17am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:
Often prefer Demos to slick Productions - like sketches~drawings over paintings...
Sat. 12/3/16 10:18am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:
...closer to the Artist & the inspiration...
Sat. 12/3/16 10:35am Stuart Rose:
But steely dan's finished products. while polished and buffed, don't lose any of the original inspiration.
Sat. 12/3/16 10:49am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:
...well...the thing w/ the Dan was they were slick on the surface & sarcastic below it - & got it in the charts. Gotta appreciate that.
Sat. 12/3/16 10:55am annie:
what a fun show today, bob!
♥ Sat. 12/3/16 10:56am duke:
Great show Bob.
Sat. 12/3/16 10:57am SmokinJ:
bb spinnin' some BB's. Cool..
Sat. 12/3/16 10:57am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:
Yes! Thx DJ BB.
Sat. 12/3/16 10:58am Mikey from NC:
Great lead R&B vocals from Carl Wilson
Sat. 12/3/16 10:59am SmokinJ:
Sat. 12/3/16 10:59am Stuart Rose:
Good point, Rev