Bob Brainen's playlist June 11, 2011 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) Ray Bryant Combo Madison Time Hairspray (LP) 1962 / 1988 R.I.P. Ray Bryant 0:02:17 Pop‑up) Dr. John, The Night Tripper Mama Roux Gris Gris (CD) 1968 / 2000 0:05:02 Pop‑up) Fairport Convention Cajun Woman Unhalfbricking (CD) 1969 0:08:09 Pop‑up) John Foster and Sons Limited Black Dyke Mills Band Thingumybob (45) 1968 written by Macca 0:12:37 Pop‑up) Smokey Johnson It's Ain't my Fault, Pt. 1 (45) 1964 0:13:32 Pop‑up) Lee Dorsey My old Car (45) 1967 0:15:18 Pop‑up) Angelo Francesco Lavagnino "Connie you're Drunk" from Criminali Della Galasia Monster Movie Music, Vol. 1 (CD-R) 1965 0:17:09 Pop‑up) dBs Write Back (45) * 2011 0:46:30 Pop‑up) Small Faces Song of a Baker Ogden's Nut Gone Flake (CD) 1968 / 1991 0:24:59 Pop‑up) Ingfried Hoffman FWT1 Robbi, Tobbi Und Das Fliewatuut (CD) 1972 OST 0:26:49 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Robbi, Tobbi Und Das Fliewatuut 0:29:00 Pop‑up) Pete Donnelly Careful (WAV) * 2011 See Pete's FB and Soundcloud pages for 4 songs 0:43:21 Pop‑up) NRBQ Let Go Keep This Love Goin' (CD) * 2011 0:43:57 Pop‑up) Max Roach - His Chorus and Orchestra Sunday Afternoon It's Time (CD) 1962 0:50:33 Pop‑up) Frankie Trumbauer & His Orchestra w/ Bix & Lang Singin' the Blues Masters Of Jazz, Vol. One Traditional Jazz Classics (CD) 1927 / 1996 0:56:42 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Plays The Hits 0:58:38 Pop‑up) The Band Katie's Been Gone Bob Dylan And The Band: The Basement Tapes (CD box set) 1968 / 1975 1:07:57 Pop‑up) Gene Clark Only Colombe Echoes (CD) 1967 / 1991 1:10:39 Pop‑up) Gene Clark Only Colombe Gene Clark with the Gosdin Brothers 1967 / 2007 CD bonus track
mono version w/ backing voices
1:14:46 Pop‑up) VAR Micho Mocho Hear O Israel: A Prayer Ceremony in Jazz (CD) 1968 / 2008 1:16:35 Pop‑up) Art Lund Joey Joey Joey Frank Loesser's The Most Happy Fella (LP) OST 1:20:11 Pop‑up) Jackie Lee African Boogaloo (45) 1968 Aka Earl Nelson of Bob & Earl 1:23:45 Pop‑up) Fats Waller Alligator Crawl The Joint Is Jumpin' (CD) 1934 / 1987 1:26:47 Pop‑up) Fats Waller Viper's Drag The Joint Is Jumpin' (CD) 1934 / 1991 1:29:52 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"Bob Brainen's Soul 'n RnB Instro cassette" 1:30:13 Pop‑up) Charlie Parker Ornithology The Legendary Dial Masters, Vol. One (CD) 1946 / 1989 1:42:16 Pop‑up) John Barry Sound Big Fella Beat Girl (CD) * 1960 / 2011 OST - cd bonus track 1:43:12 Pop‑up) Ran Blake You Stepped Out of a Dream Grey December - LIve In Rome (CD) * 2011 1:47:00 Pop‑up) Walker Brothers Another Tear Falls (45) 1966 1:50:52 Pop‑up) Vetiver Worse For Wear The Errant Charm (CD) * 2011 1:51:20 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"Bob Brainen's Soul 'n RnB Instro cassette" 1:53:33 Pop‑up) Babs Gonzalez You Need Connections
(* = new, The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
9:09am jamief:wham bam, thank you mam..indeed :) 9:12am Lara Davis:LOVE that Dr. John cut. What a national tresure. There's a CD that
has a buncha singers and also from what I read uses some material from FMU.
It's about the recordio booths that my Dad used and the songs are really cool cause I love Spottiswoode and Terry Radigan and (swoon) Jeremy Sisto. I heard some of it on NPR, but they did their just a slice lame interview thing You have it there? It's pretty awesome. That I can order, but what I also can't seem to find is the uptempo Ray Charles big band version of "Deed I Do" which blew my socks off.
9:16am Lara Davis:Thingumybob! Now there's a title! You are awesome! 9:16am SmokinJ:June 11th.1935 – Inventor Edwin Armstrong gives the first public demonstration of FM broadcasting in the United States at Alpine, New Jersey. (Mornin' bb!:) 9:18am David:Keep this groove going, Bob! 9:22am Lara Davis:Found it. "Rosler's Recording Booth" http://donrosler.com/Roslers_Recording_Booth.html " Remember that "One of One" CD you guys played all the time. They use some for segues. Cool songs. But shite, stuff from Monster Movie Music should rule the hour! 9:26am Lara Davis:Last comment and then I make breakfast. My dad was born around the corner from Ray Bryant. And we went to see him a ton. His niece is cool...musician. Ok, back to your show soon! 9:52am miketp:really fine show this morn bobalou soundtrack for a cruise to nowhere. met and spoke to dr john couple summer ago met him in portland or airport spoke a little mentioned bob porter from bgo he lit up a little his whole band and crew were on the flite back to newark a good ride 9:52am dahliadee:i love that you always play nrbq. ....and you are MAKING my morning. thank u oooxooxooooo 9:55am Scott:Wardell's surname is pronounced Kuh-zare. Criminali Della Galasia was released in the US as Wild, Wild Planet. 9:59am Lara Davis:Play that NRBQ version of the Monk song! (Boy, I'm demanding today). This is a playlist for the ages. xx L 9:59am Jim Duffy:Bix and Tram! That's some magic stuff. 10:01am Lara Davis:Did you guys seek freakin' Roy Haynes on Letterman? 86! Amazing. http://www.npr.org/blogs/ablogsupreme/2011/06/09/137084854/heres-roy-haynes-on-david-letterman?ft=1&f=1039 10:02am Lara Davis:HEY MIKETP. I think Bob Porter's theme was called "Rusty Rides Again"! Was that by Rusty Bryant? Cool hard core swing song. 10:03am Lara Davis:HEY MIKETP. I think Bob Porter's theme was called "Rusty Rides Again"! Was that by Rusty Bryant? Cool hard core swing song. 10:05am miketp:i love bobs theme lara 10:06am Lara Davis:Whoops that's Rusty Bryant, not Ray. When you mentioned Porter, I got confused. Bob's second theme song for the blues show was incredible slow bluesy sax. Forget who it was. 10:12am herb:pardon me but i know v.little of NRBQ but since i'm catsitting on madison st in hoboken, i went to see em last night at maxwell's. way fun & good timey show. and my philly friend is acquainted with PETE DONNELLY, says he's a great guy. 10:13am mrmucho:re: "Katie"'s middle eight...love that little key change at the end too, just to keep you hanging. they were the greatest. 10:35am lara Davis:Fats used to make the coolest "videos" (well, "Soundies" I think they were called. 10:38am lara Davis:Saw "Most Happy" a buncha times. One time on Broadway, kinda stripped down...two pianos! Jeremy Sisto's vocal on the rosler CD reminds me of that. ...Thad Jones! Yeah! 10:57am herb:very pretty VETIVER song. i think they're on tour & in metrop area. or were??