Options Steve Krinsky: Playlist from June 30, 2003 Options

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Options June 30, 2003: Stinky

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Big Guitars from Texas  Bulldoggin' Boogie   Options Theme intro 
Popa Chubby  Take Off-- A!   Options Bluesy instrumental from "Popa Chubby: The Hungry Years, 1991-1996" on Blind Pig (2003) 
Elliot Sharp's Terraplane  Lost Souls   Options Hot downtown blues, on "Do the Don't" (2003); longtime Howlin' Wolf guitarist Hubert Sumlin plays on a few cuts. 
Roy Head  (You're) Almost Tuff Enough   Options Roy Head's 1965 smash "Treat Her Right" is still one of the great rockers; this song comes from the "Psychedelic States: Texas" collection (Gear Fab, 2003) 
True Believers  Train Round the Bend   Options Alejandro Escovedo's hot band from the 80s 
Hayseed Dixie  You Shook Me All Night Long   Options Clever country cover of AC/DC tune 
Jerry Jeff Walker  Mr. Bojangles   Options Not a bad song, even if it's been played too much. Even Jacky Jack sounds bored with it! From "Texas Folks" on K-Tel (1996) 
Alvin Crow & the Pleasant Valley Boys  Crazy Little Mama (At My Front Door)   Options This is the song I meant to play, from "Texas Folks" 
Damal & Rasheed  Twistin' in the Tub   Options  
Frankie Avalon  Dee Dee Dinah   Options Polyester pop from the early 60s 
The New Dimensions  Bongo Shutdown   Options Now we're talking rock & roll, from "Lost Legends of Surf Guitar" (Sundazed, 2003) 
Lester Bowie's Brass Fantasy  Oh, What A Night   Options Wry jazz cover, with smart-ass horns. This is a Ladies Choice. Girls, select your partners! 
Bob Wills & Texas Playboys  Bubbles in my Beer   Options Merle Haggard pulled the Playboys together ("For the Last Time") for a 1973 reunion; Bob Wills, with an occasional whoop from his wheel chair, died a year or so later 
John Anderson & Marty Stuart  Mama Tried   Options from Nashville tribute to Merle Haggard 
Gillian Welch  Wayside/Back in Time   Options from "Soul Journey" 
Mary Gauthier  The Ledge   Options from "Filth & FIre" (Signature Sounds, 2002) 
Drive-By Truckers  Sink Hole   Options Depressing lyrics with a rocking country beat; from "Decoration Day" (New West, 2003) 
Eric Anderson w/Phoebe Snow  Ain't No Time to Bleed   Options Powerful new tune, from Anderson's intense new album: "Beat Avenue" (Appleseed Recordings, 2003) 
Milton Brown & his Musical Brownies  Brownie's Stomp   Options Let's take a break from all the singer-songwriter bummer songs! 
Freres Michot  La Mazurka de Eugene Michon   Options These Cajun boys know how to play 
Zachary Richard  Invitation des Mardi Gras   Options  
Zachary Richard  High Time   Options Cajun rocker tries his hand at country music 
The Hillmen  Copper Kettle   Options Fine version of mountain classic, by Chris Hillman, pre-Byrds/Burrito Bros, and band 
Ramblin' Jack Elliot  More Pretty Girls Than One   Options  
Ramblin' Jack Elliot  Me & BIlly the Kid   Options Joe Ely wrote this song, Jack sings it along with pal Peter Rowan, on "Friends of Mine" (Hightone, 1998) 
Guy Clark  Ramblin' Jack and Mahan   Options Two wild cowboys, folk singer Jack Elliot and rodeo star Larry Mahan 
Guy Clark  She Loves to Ride Horses   Options Guy Clark can still write great songs. This one, written with Keith Sykes, is from "The Dark" (Sugar Hill, 2002) 
John Hammond  No Chance   Options A rockin' number, with David Hidalgo, Augie Myers and others. 
Hamilton Loomis  Take A Number (Stand in Line)   Options Young blues rocker out of Austin, TX 
Robert Belfour  Crazy Ways   Options on Fat Possum, 2003 
Butterbeans and Susie  Get Yourself A Monkey Man, Make Him Strut   Options Blues with a vaudeville flavor, from "Butterbeans and Susie Complete Recorded Works, 1924-1925" (Document, 1999) 
Cab Calloway  Chant of the Jungle   Options The Hi-De-Ho man, from 1942 
Albert Collins  Collins Mix   Options  
Fred Koller  Bluesman   Options Wise-ass Nashville songwriter 
Chuck E. Weiss  Congo Square at Midnight   Options L.A. hipster goes to New Orleans 
Coctails  Monkeys and Seals   Options Not your run-of-the-milll lounge music, from "Long Sound" (1992) 
Morning 40 Federation  Stinky   Options New Orleans funky party band, from "You My Brother" (2000) 
Bembeya Jazz  Leta   Options After a long absence, these musicians from Guinea are back, on World Village Music (2002) 

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