Bob Brainen's playlist July 16, 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) Mott The Hoople Thunderbuck Ram Mad Shadows (CD) 1970 0:01:53 Pop‑up) VAR KYA Newsbeat Spot / Big Six Radio Ad / Magnificent Montague Radio Spot The Music City Story (CD box set) * 196? / 2011 0:06:40 Pop‑up) 4 Deuces W-P-L-J The Music City Story (CD box set) * 1955 / 2011 0:08:57 Pop‑up) Wynonie Harris I feel that old age comin' on Bloodshot Eyes: The Best of Wynonie Harris (CD) 1948 / 1994 0:11:15 Pop‑up) Andrew Hill Blue Spark Lift Every Voice (LP) 1970 0:14:01 Pop‑up) Sundays Don't tell your mother VAR: DGC Rarities Vol. 1 (CD) 1988 / 1994 Their first recording 0:19:54 Pop‑up) (Small) Faces Stone First Step (CD) 1970 0:22:30 Pop‑up) Nick Drake One of These Things First Bryter Layter (CD) 1970 0:28:50 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Robbi, Tobbi Und Das Fliewatuut 0:29:50 Pop‑up) Grass Roots Things I Should Have Said (45) * 1967 R.I.P. Rob Grill 0:43:02 Pop‑up) Shelleyan Orphan Shatter Century Flower (CD) 1989 0:44:49 Pop‑up) Robyn Hitchcock I Saw Nick Drake Viva! Sea-tac (EP) 1999 0:50:52 Pop‑up) Kai Winding Time is on my Side The Jerry Ragavoy Story: Time Is on My Side 1953-2003 (CD) 1963 / 2008 Original version - writ & prod by Jerry Ragavoy R.I.P. 0:51:42 Pop‑up) Castelles My Girl Awaits Me (CD) 1953 / 2008 Early Ragavoy production. 0:54:46 Pop‑up) Garnet Mimms & The Enchanters Cry Baby (CD) 1963 2008 Ragavoy again. Obit: http://tinyurl.com/6c84zh8 0:57:49 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Plays The Hits 1:04:31 Pop‑up) Barkays Knucklehead (45) * 1967 1:12:31 Pop‑up) Sonny Stitt Seven Up (EP) 1946 4 song 7" 1:14:28 Pop‑up) Left Banke Nice to see You The Left Banke Too * 1968 / 2011 Brandy new reissue on Sundazed (Thanks Tim!) 1:17:05 Pop‑up) Todd Rundgren Pretending To Care A Cappella (CD) 1985 1:19:32 Pop‑up) Bill Evans Trio Jade Visions Sunday at the Village Vanguard (LP) 1961 Composition by bassist Scott LaFaro 1:26:19 Pop‑up) Willoughby Wonder I Know What You're Up To (CD) 2008 1:27:03 Pop‑up) Peter, Paul & Mary Too Much of Nothing (45) 1967 1:29:17 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"birds @ 302 Chestnut"
1:32:00 Pop‑up) Left Banke Goodbye Holly The Left Banke Too (CD) 1968 / 2011 1:40:37 Pop‑up) Red Button I can't Forget As Far As Yesterday Goes (CD) * 2011 1:42:33 Pop‑up) NRBQ Let Go Keep This Love Goin' (CD) * 2011 1:45:54 Pop‑up) Earl Hines Madhouse Jammin' For The Jackpot - Big Bands And Territory Bands Of The 30s (LP) 1934 / 1977 VAR 1:49:34 Pop‑up) Zoltán Kodály "Viennese Musical Clock" from Hary Janos Suite Music For Young People / VAR
Thanks to Karen Martin
1:52:23 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
"birds @ 302 Chestnut"
1:55:07 Pop‑up) Eden Kane Boys Cry (CD-R) 1964 1:58:19 Pop‑up)
(* = new, The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
9:13am Durwood:Bob - this is so great - I love the Zappa version on 'Burnt Weeny Sandwich' - I had no idea 'WPLJ' was a cover! 9:16am Chris:Hi from the UK. I've just switched on the laptop and straightway there's Wynonie Harris - resuilt. Will continue listening whilst packing for my holiday. 9:19am Jay/ London:good morning bob just got back from seeing the film horrible bosses
and now i have your great show to listen to the day just gets better :)
9:24am joe mac:morning all 9:27am joe mac:rod stewart is an underated background singer 9:28am joe mac:rod stewart is an underated background singer 9:31am Dead Corporate Eyes:happy Saturday FMUers! 9:38am postmanpaul:Hey Bob! Hey listeners! Rather special opening set Bob - my 18 yo son has been turning me on to Nick Drake recently. Because Tom is into the stuff I listened to way back, his mates call him 'retro'! Raining cats and dogs here under a nation wide slab of slate-grey cloud. 9:40am Chris:Good tracks Bob! 9:41am Chris:Its surprising how many teenagers and people in the 20's in the uk love 1960's and 70's music. 9:44am SmokinJ:That IS the best Grass Roots tune bb! Thanks! 9:47am postmanpaul:Enjoy the show folks, bye Bob, gotta get going somewhere. Looking forward to catching up with this one in the archives. Love wfmu. 9:49am Kent T.:I agree with Smokin' - fantastic Grass Roots choice - and the young lady singing now - very far out - great show BB!! 10:00am Listener Bill:Garnet Mimms - Cry Baby, one of the greatest songs ever. 10:02am tomB:Listener Bill is correct. One of the best songs ever produced. 10:05am RHenderson:Mott producer Guy Stevens, of whom the Rolling Stones waxed sarcastic in the fine print of 'Sticky Fingers,' probably owing to Stevens' attempt to create a Stones-like atmosphere of depravity in the studio during Mott's 'Brain Capers' sessions. 10:14am Peter K.:FYI, the title "Viva Seatac" refers to the Seattle-Tacoma area. I think "Seatac" is the official abbreviation for the airport there. (In fact, I think the chorus to that song begins "Viva Seattle-Tacoma, viva viva Seatac.") Robyn Hitchcock's lyrics and titles are not always as mysterious as they seem. 10:22am Peter K.:Todd -- wow! 10:23am Chris:Cheers for the music Bob. i've got to go out now and pick up a jacket from the dry cleaners. 10:37am Peter K.:Larry Coryell did a very nice recording of "Jade Visions" too. Great tune! 10:47am seang:oh yeah 10:59am Robert:Some people have even started using "Seatac" in addresses. 2:26am Tom Finn:Hi Bob, Love you man, you're the best. Thank you as always for supporting The Left Banke - Tom Finn