Bob Brainen's playlist November 20, 2010 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 Pop‑up) Tim Hardin Green Rocky Road Hang on to a Dream: The Verve Recordings (CD box set) 1966 / 1994 0:01:49 Pop‑up) Ry Cooder Viola Lee Blues (from "Crossroads") Music By... (CD box set) 1986 / 1995 comp. of soundtrack music 0:04:06 Pop‑up) Herb Ellis Gravy Waltz The Best of... (CD) 1962 / 1999 0:07:15 Pop‑up) Steely Dan Do It Again (MP3) April 1973 from Midnight Special: David Palmer-lead vocal, Denny Dias-elec. guitar solo Skunk-conga 0:10:27 Pop‑up) Dino Desi & Billy If You're Thinkin' what I'm Thinkin' The Rebel Kind: The Best of Dino, Desi & Billy (CD) 1966 /1996 0:14:53 Pop‑up) Bob Siller In this Tiny Lonesome Place Mystic Males (CD) 1968 / 2005 VAR 0:17:51 Pop‑up) Microscopic Septet Epistrophy Friday The 13th (CD) * 2010 All Thelonious Monk compositions 0:20:08 Pop‑up) John Mayall's Bluebreakers Sandy Bare Wires (CD) 1968 / 1988 0:22:56 Pop‑up) Ramblin' Jack Elliott & Derroll Adams I'm Gonna Walk the Streets In Glory Early Sessions (CD) 1955 / 1999 0:29:08 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Soul Pride: The Instrumentals 1960-1969 0:31:01 Pop‑up) NRBQ Things to You All Hopped Up (CD) 1976 / 2005 0:43:47 Pop‑up) Jelly Roll Morton Alabama Bound The Complete Library of Congress Recordings (Boxed set) 1938 / 2005 Thanks to Lisa R. 0:47:46 Pop‑up) Seals and Crofts Garbriel go on Home Down Home (LP) 1970 0:51:15 Pop‑up) P.J. O'Connell World Of Love Birthday (CD-R) 2010 upcoming / overdue album 0:55:11 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Memphis Black (Ingfried Hoffman)
Soul Club 0:56:04 Pop‑up)
More "Great Debut Albums"
Moby Grape Hey Grandma Moby Grape (LP) 1967 My choice for thee Greatest Debut Album in Rock. 1:07:30 Pop‑up) Pink Floyd Scarecrow The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn (LP) 1967 1:10:07 Pop‑up) Crazy Horse Look at all the Things Crazy Horse (LP) 1971 1:12:19 Pop‑up) Weekend Leaves Of Spring La Variete' (CD) 1982 / 2003 1:15:26 Pop‑up) Left Banke Pretty Ballerina Walk Away Renee / Pretty Ballerina (CD) 1967 / 1992 1:18:05 Pop‑up) Moby Grape Sittin' by the Window Moby Grape (LP) 1967 1:20:39 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Beat Girl 1:22:58 Pop‑up)
More "Great Debut Albums - Solo Albums"
Jack Bruce Tickets to Waterfalls Songs for a Tailor (LP) 1969 1:32:42 Pop‑up) Emitt Rhodes Somebody Made For Me Emitt Rhodes (LP) 1970 1:34:50 Pop‑up) Sandy Denny The Northstar Grassman and the Ravens The Northstar Grassman and the Ravens (LP) 1971 1:37:11 Pop‑up) Richard Thompson The Poor Ditching Boy Henry the Human Fly (LP) 1972 1:40:36 Pop‑up) John Brion Her Ghost Meaningless (CD) 2000 1:44:18 Pop‑up) Terry Adams Little One Terrible (CD) 1995 1:47:44 Pop‑up) Duncan Browne Give Me, Take You Give Me, Take You (LP) 1968 1:50:34 Pop‑up) Wil Malone Winter in Boston Wil Malone (LP) 1970 1:53:36 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Claus Ogerman and His Orchestra
(* = new, The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
9:10am SmokinJ:Good morning bb & everybody! 9:14am Mike East:Good morning! What TV is this from? 9:16am jack:woo hoo lol 9:18am annie:morning all!!.. how's by youse? crap i missed tim hardin.. 9:22am jack:oh well I started the mornin right 40 oz Ballintine Ale ! 9:24am Hollis; Bristol U.K:lovely to hear such warm music on a wintery day :) 9:27am Jack:Bob, thanks for "Sandy"; I sing this constantly, but haven't heard it in years. 9:28am jack:hey that's not me guys that's an imposter lol 9:29am jerseyjack:I'll be "jerseyjack" now 9:30am SmokinJ:Didn't know they still made Ballantine! :) 9:31am jerseyjack:yeah they do not the same as it was but still a good bang for the buck 9:35am SmokinJ:I see that.. Looks like it's brewed by Miller now in Eden,NC 9:36am jerseyjack:it's not bad, I used to live by the old ballantine brewery 9:37am SmokinJ:I live a few blocks from Miller ( Now Miller/Coors) 9:38am jerseyjack:I like Miller too lol 9:38am SmokinJ:Which is right across the street from Harley-Davidson.. 9:41am jerseyjack:Miller and Harley don't mix hahahhahahah 9:44am SmokinJ:Hey! Now it's a party! 9:48am jerseyjack:huh ? where's the party ? :) 9:53am jerseyjack:whooo I ain't heard this in like a million years !!! 9:55am jerseyjack:dude use the internet before they take it away lol 9:58am jerseyjack:wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww 10:03am SmokinJ:Good story bb! Those were the days! :) 10:05am jerseyjack:Where ya at SmokinJ ? I'm right here in Jersey 10:07am SmokinJ:Probaly disk bb.. Still had wire beat for fidelity in the late 30's.. 10:08am SmokinJ:Miller & H-D? Any guesses Jack? 10:09am jerseyjack:not much was ever recorded on wire, I know that much ! 10:13am jerseyjack:yes keep your miller and your harley in seperate garages hahahahahhaha 10:17am jerseyjack:well I'm off for TWO Ballantine Ale 40's Top of the mornin to ya hahahhah 10:20am Mike East:stay off the roads, I'll be drivin home later :) 10:21am jerseyjack:these boots were made for walking Mike East 10:24am moldymind:so what's the deal, why is moby grape's first lp/cd so expensive... i'm lucky to have one on the sounds of san francisco label.... 10:25am SmokinJ:Still have my original copy.. Never copped the CD... 10:27am postmanpaul:Hi BB and commentators - have just returned from local xmasy shopping mall....and, notwithstanding its homogenised demographic, I felt an emotional anti-xmas icecap gradually start to thaw, in front of me very own eyes. 10:27am jerseyjack:hahah moby grape lol 10:28am jerseyjack:Y'all need a Ballantine ale ! lol 10:31am jerseyjack:How bout some soul music lol haaahahhahahahahahha 10:38am -max-:Morning Bob. Loving the show. Wondering if you would be including R. Stevie in this set. His Phonography certainly fits the bill as a great first album by a solo artist. 12:12am Jay S:Oh, it's "Hey Grandma" ... I thought they were saying "Dave Van Ronk."