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Options December 29, 2006: Uh Wuh Oh

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Big Guitars from Texas  Ride of the Ruthless   Options Nice to be back in the Friday morning seat 
Dick Dale & his Deltones  Jungle Fever   Options Another great DD surf collection on Sundazed; this tune is from 1962 
Tele Ranch  Walk Don't Run   Options Steve Barker is the guy behind all this. Check out his website: teleranch.com 
Tele Ranch  Four on Six   Options Sure it's twang. The CD's "Surf, Turf and Twang" but it's jazz too. A Wes Montgomery tune. 
Junior Wells  Junior's Nuts   Options Chicago blues from class harmonica player, still belting out those great tunes 
Magic Sam  Backstroke   Options This guy was one of the best blues pickers around; this tune-- recorded live at Sylvio's in Chicago in 1966-- doesn't sound as good as he does 
Ray Charles  Sidewinder   Options Ray covered this Lee Morgan number in 1971; it turns up on a 1997 Rhino CD called "Genius + Soul = Jazz" (which combines two albums) 
Lee Morgan  Dee Lawd   Options With help from John Hicks, George Benson, Reggie Workman, Billy Higgins and others 
Bo Diddley  Mumblin' Guitar   Options A 1959 instrumental, found on Bo's Chess Box 
Bo Diddley  Untitled Instrumental   Options This 1961 number began as bed (talkover) music but we just let it finish out on its own 
Little Buster & his Soul Brothers  Whatever It Takes   Options Long Island's best bluesman died in May, 2006; this tune is from his 1998 Bullseye Blues CD 
H-Bomb Ferguson  Rock H-Bomb Rock   Options Great blues shouter died this past year; Rev-Ola put out a collection of his best stuff called "Big City Blues: 1951-1954" 
Tiny Bradshaw & his Orchestra  Pompton Turnpike   Options Tribute to NJ, on "Heavy Juice: 1950-1955" (Rev-Ola) 
[Noir Movie Soundtracks]  "The Killing"   Options Music from great Kubrick 1956 flick, smart thiefs rob the racetrack 
[Noir Movie Soundtracks]  White Heat   Options Max Steiner composition, from 1949 Cagney flick; from "Crime Scene USA: Clasic Film Noir Themes & Jazz Tracks" on Giant Steps 
[Noir Movie Soundtracks]  Key Largo   Options Bogart et al, in Florida, 1948 
Mongo Santamaria  Last Tango in Paris   Options Soundtrack to Bertolucci film, 1972 
Mongo Santamaria  Fingers   Options Both Mongo tracks from "Fuego" (Fania, 2006) 
Benjamin Escoriza  Carambola (Moroccan Mix)   Options From a wonderful collection of world music on Riverboat Records: "Rhythm of the River" 
Efran Finatawa  Lledeman   Options Killer guitar from the Tuareg people of North Africa, also on "Rhythm of the River" 
MC Sabrinha  Eu Solto O Som A Voz   Options Brazil is hot: "Rio Baile Funk: More Favela Booty Beats" 
MC Cula  E So Senta   Options Another Favela Funk Fave 
Freddy Fender  Ya No   Options Freddy-- who died of cancer in October-- began as a Tex-Mex rock & roller. Arhoolie put out a collection of his early stuff in 2003: Freddy Fender Interpreta El Rock" 
Freddy Fender  Juegos (Tell It Like It Is)   Options Demon Records, out of England, put out "Exitos en Espanol: The Spanish Side of Freddy Fender" 
Freddy Fender  Tell It Like It Is   Options It's not Aaron Neville but Freddy does okay on this sweet sad song 
Stoney Edwards  She's My Rock   Options George Jones had a hit with this but I think Stoney did it first; from "Dirty Laundry: The Soul of Black Country" (Trikont, 2006) 
Bobby Womack  Bouquet of Roses   Options Eddie Arnold did this in 1955, Faron Young in 59. Bobby Womack covered it 40 years later; also on "Dirty Laundry" 
Ned Sublette  Cheater's Motel   Options C&W goes to Cuba: Ned's incredible "Cowboy Rhumba" album mixes it up and makes it work. Great stuff 
Uncle Bunt Stephens  Sail Away Lady   Options From the soundtrack to "Desperate Man Blues"-- the documentary about Joe Bussard, record collector extraordinaire 
Mike Seeger  Hudson Valley Breakdown   Options  
Dick Rosmini  Red Apple Juice   Options  
Professor Louie & the Crowmatix  Frosty   Options Hot instrumental from this Hudson Valley folk group. Find out more at woodstockrecords.com 
Ian & Sylvia  Tomorrow is a Long time   Options Dylan song 
Geoff Muldaur  Poor Boy Blues   Options Former member of Jim Kweskin Jug Band knows the blues; from "Harry Smith Project, Revisited" (Disc 2) 
Bill Neely  Black Land Farm   Options Bill used to show up around Austin in the early 70s, guitar in hand, ready to play; this tune if from Arhoolie's "16 Down Home Country Classics" 
Tony Gilkyson  Old Cracked Looking Glass   Options Most of the tunes on "Good Guitar" are originals but I couldn't resist Tony's cover of this obscure Woody Guthrie song 
Kelly Willis  He Don't Care About Me   Options Written by Bruce Robison, now husband/partner with KW; from "Fading Fast" (A&M, 1996) 
South Austin Jug Band  Lady Be Good   Options Not sure why I love this Gershwin tune so much but here's yet another great version, with a country flavor 
South Austin Jug Band  Overdrivin' the Mic   Options An instrumental original from these boys, on their 2005 "Dark & Weary World" CD 
Austin Lounge Lizards w/ Kelly Willis  We Always Fight When We Drink Gin   Options The band is clever but, with Kelly Willis helping on vocals, they sure do swing. Produced by the ubiquitous Lloyd Maines 
Butch Hancock  When the Good & the Bad Get Ugly   Options New CD--"War & Peace"-- is very political. Butch now lives in the Big Bend area; write him (to buy CD or whatever) at Box 468, Terlingua, Texas 79852 or check out angelfire.com/mi/jeffmiller/ or email me at stevek@wfmu.org 
Melancholy Ramblers  Wayfaring Stranger   Options Check out melancholyramblers.com to find out more about these Austin folks or buy their new CD: "Goin' to the Mountain" 
The Freddy Steady 5  I Can Beat Your Drum   Options Longtime Austin drummer fronts this group and-- on "Freddy Steady Go!-- covers "timeless Texas rock & roll" 
Dale Hawkins  Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town   Options Recorded in 1969, this album-- "L.A., Memphis & Tyler, Texas (Rev-Ola, 2006)-- has help from James Burton, Dan Penn, Spooner Oldham and others 
Bobby Bare  What Color (Is a Man)   Options Great songwriter and country music character; this tune can be found on a CD that combines two of his clever 60s albums: "A Bird Named Yesterday" & "Talk Me Some Sense" 
Bobby Bare, Jr's Young Criminals Starvation League  Uh Wuh Oh   Options The son. Also clever. From "The Longest Meow" (Bloodshot, 2006) 
Willie Nelson  Rainy Day Blues   Options One of Willie's great old songs, redone on "Songbird" (Lost Highway, 2006) 
The (Original) Lost Gonzo Band  Intro   Options Last January, a bunch of Austin musicians and lots of friends recorded a concert out in Luckenbach, a semi-abandoned town up in the Hill Country. Much of the music is from Jerry Jeff Walker's 1973 "Viva Terlingua" album 
The (Original) Lost Gonzo Band  Gettin' By   Options The current CD-- "Viva! Terlingua! Songs of Luckenbach, Texas"-- is available at villagerecords.com (along with lots of other Texas music) 
Melancholy Ramblers  Back Door Man   Options This charming rap by Brady Coleman serves as our outro 

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