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Favoriting July 3, 2007: Hey, Babe, You Wanna Boogie?

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Big Guitars from Texas  Neanderthal   Favoriting How did I overlook this one? Austin bass player Sarah Brown-- one of the Big Guitarists-- wrote it 
Fred Anderson & Hamid Drake  Planet E   Favoriting This was my outro last week; got cut off before completion. So here's it is again, in its entirety. 
Jazz Mandolin Project  Hang Ten   Favoriting From a 2000 Blue Note album: "Xenoblast" 
Mickey Hart/Rolling Thunder  Deep, Wide and Frequent   Favoriting Tower of Power horns and Jerry Garcia on guitar make this a killer number; MH left the Dead for a few years and this 1972 "solo" album in the result 
David Grisman  Fish Scale   Favoriting He calls it dawg music: this 1976 take on an Artie Traum tune has Tony Rice and Darol Anger accompanying mandolin master Grisman 
Bob Weir  Heaven Help the Fool   Favoriting Slick production on this title cut to Dead vocalist Weir's 2nd solo effort 
John Hartford  No Expectations   Favoriting When he died in 2001, his obits painted a picture of a man of incredible talent, charm and humor. This Stones cover shows just one side of John Hartford 
John Hartford  Oasis   Favoriting This sweet instrumental ws recorded for his "Aero-Plane" album but released only recently on a collection of out-takes from that 1971 session 
John Hartford  Turn Your Radio On   Favoriting This short number-- a Carter Family classic-- made it on the 1971 "Aero-Plane" album 
John Hartford  Boogie   Favoriting "Hey, Babe, You Wanna Boogie?" Also from 1971. What a nut! 
Dillard Hartford Dillard  Boogie on Reggae Woman   Favoriting John Hartford, like the Dillard brothers, grew up in Missouri-- and early on played great Ozark Mountain bluegrass 
The Dillards  Banjo in the Hollow   Favoriting Doug & Rodney Dillard played straight ahead bluegrass when they wanted; from "Back Porch Bluegrass"-- the band's first album-- on Elektra (1963) 
The Dillards  Dooley   Favoriting Hot vocal number, also from "Back Porch Bluegrass" 
Gene Clark  She Don't Care About Time   Favoriting Another Ozark musician, Gene Clark-- who made two amazing albums with Doug Dillard-- was a member of the Byrds and, for a short time, the Flying Burrito Brothers. This tune, recorded in the 70s, is on the great "Roadmaster" CD (Demon, 1986). Gene Clark died in 1991 
Kelly Willis  Don't Know Why   Favoriting Nice new album on Rykodisc: "Translated from Love" 
John Prine & Mac Wiseman  Just the Other Side of Nowhere   Favoriting New duet album-- "Standard Songs for Average People"-- from great wiseass singer/songwriter Prine and bluegrass master Wiseman 
Billy Joe Shaver  Kneeling Drunkard's Prayer   Favoriting From "Anchored in Love: A Tribute to June Carter Cash" (Dualtone, 2007) 
King Louie and the Loose Diamonds  Memphis Treet   Favoriting Title cut-- that's how it's spelled-- to a nice album 
Philip Glass & Fodoy Mosa Suso  The Gambia   Favoriting From "Healing the Divide: A Concert for Peace and Reconciliation"-- recorded at Lincoln Center in NYC in 2003-- with the Dalai Lama, Gyoto Monks, Tom Waits and others 
Nency Sedibe  Holotelani   Favoriting Township jive from the piioneering album called "Indestructible Beat of Soweto" (Shanachie, 1986) 
Dollar Brand (Abdullah Ibrahim)  Capetown Fringe   Favoriting He worked with Hugh Masekela in his native South Africa, moved to Europe in the 60s, worked with Duke Ellington, moved back to S.A. as Apartheid was collapsing, then to NYC. A fine fine pianist, a beautiful tune 
OV Wright  Let's Straighten It OUt   Favoriting This guy is one of the best soul singers ever! This 1978 recording was produced by Willie Mitchell for Hi Records. It's on a new CD: "Soul Sides, Vol. Two: The Covers" (Zealous Records) 
Los Mozambiques  Viva Tirado   Favoriting The band is from Panama, the song is a mix of three tunes: El Chicano's "Viva Tirado" plus "Summertime" & "I Think I'm Going Out of My Head" 
Willie Colon & Mon Rivera  Ya Llego   Favoriting Was this too spicy for early morning music? A swinging number from "There Goes the Neighborhood" (Fania, 1978) 
Kenny Dorham  Afrodisia   Favoriting Great jazz combo, from 1955, doing a KD original. Listen to Carlos "Patato" Valdez playing conga! 
Alvin Youngblood Hart  Once Again   Favoriting Produced by Jim Dickinson, "Start with the Soul" is on Rykodisc, from 2000 
Alvin Youngblood Hart  Porch Monkey's Theme   Favoriting Hot instrumental from same CD 
Chuck Berry  Oh Baby Doll   Favoriting A song for summer, from the guy who started it all 
Cream  Mother's Lament   Favoriting I don't know if I ever played "Disraeli Gears" (ATCO, 1967) on the radio before 
Ted Hawkins  Long As I Can See the Light   Favoriting Cool cover of John Fogerty tune; boy, this guy (Ted Hawkins) was good 
Bob Brozman & Djeli Moussa Diawara  Maloyan Devil   Favoriting These guys did an album together ("Ocean Blues") in 2000; this tune is on a new Rough Guide to African Blues compilation 
Etran Finatawa  Iriarer   Favoriting The band is from Niger, at the crossroads where (Arab) North Africa meets Sub-Saharan Africa; their name means "Stars of Tradition" 
Ricky Allen  Going or Coming   Favoriting Ricky Allen cut this tune for USA Records in Chicago in 1964; I have it on "The USA Records Blues Story" (2002) 
John Hammond  No Money Down   Favoriting More Chuck Berry. Recorded live at the 1982 Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland 
Yusel Lateef  Road Runner   Favoriting "The Golden Flute" on Impulse, 1966, was one of the first jazz albums I ever bought. I didn't realize I had such good taste 

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