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Favoriting December 24, 2011: Every Day Will Be Like a Holiday

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Artist Track Comments Approx. start time
Big Guitars from Texas  Bulldoggin' Boogie   Favoriting Hope your season is filled with twang!  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
The Trashmen  Greensleeves   Favoriting Bird is the word. No surf or santa today.  0:02:27 (Pop-up)
Bill Kirchen  Poultry in Motion   Favoriting From 2001 album, "Tied to the Wheel" with Johnny & Jack. Trucking songs.  0:04:40 (Pop-up)
Sarah Jarosz  Mansinneedof   Favoriting Young Austin picker and song writer; hot stuff. On Sugar Hill Records.  0:06:34 (Pop-up)
Randy Weeks  Can't Let Go   Favoriting Randy wrote this song, which is best known by Lucinda Williams  0:09:51 (Pop-up)
Ray Bonneville  Cross & Flowers   Favoriting Another Austin songwriter; from a compilation from the Folk Alliance.  0:13:59 (Pop-up)
Eliza Gilkyson  Borderline   Favoriting On Red House Records, Eliza is from a family of musicians: Brother Tony played guitar (for X and other L.A. bands) and dad Terry worked with the Byrds way back when.  0:16:58 (Pop-up)
Will Sexton  Certain Kind of Something   Favoriting Back in the 80s, Will & brother Charlie were young Austin players; now, 30 years later, they are solid. Sadly Will had a stroke a year ago; he is recovering and still plays.  0:20:05 (Pop-up)
Sarah Jarosz  Run Away   Favoriting Let's hear another from this up-and-comer.  0:23:07 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Milagros de Navidadq 

What Child Is This   Favoriting

Nice Latin version for bed music 

0:26:32 (Pop-up)
John Fahey  What Child is This?   Favoriting From his "Guitar Solo Christmas Album" from 1993 on Fantasy.  0:32:13 (Pop-up)
Jeff Beck  Greensleeves   Favoriting From his "Truth" album, from 1968-- the first time I heard of Rod Stewart. I liked him then.  0:35:13 (Pop-up)
John Coltrane  Greensleeves   Favoriting Without doubt, the most beautiful version ever. Wow.  0:37:45 (Pop-up)
Leonard Cohen  Leaving Greensleeves   Favoriting Okay, this is more like it. Clever, charming, cynical. From "New Skin for the Old Ceremony" (Columbia, 1974). This is the album with angels in 'coniunctio spirituum" on the cover!  0:46:40 (Pop-up)
Tom Waits  Jockey Full of Bourbon   Favoriting This song has been in my head for days. And it fits nicely here. Hope it gets into your head too!  0:49:19 (Pop-up)
Mima  Agua Fria   Favoriting Don't want to throw cold water on the show but this is cool Puerto Rican indie stuff. Hope you like it.  0:52:03 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Vince Guaraldi Trio 

What Chlld is This   Favoriting


1:02:04 (Pop-up)
Cachao  A Gozar Con Mi Combo (To Rejoice With My Combo)   Favoriting A wonderful jam, found on the "Master Sessions" CD, produced by Andy Garcia, On CineSon, 1994.  1:02:33 (Pop-up)
BrazzTree  Out of Time   Favoriting This is Mazz Swift with Brad Hammonds. Mazz is an amazing fiddle player, lives in JC; saw her do a great solo house concert this summer.  1:08:49 (Pop-up)
Sun Ra & the Blues Project via Gaylord Fields  Batman Episode 121: King Tut Bowls Over The Dynamic Duo   Favoriting Our own Gaylord mixes up an already mixed up album. Two superb bands, Sun Ra Orchestra & the Blues Project, did a strange, never released, Batman album in 1966. This is from the recent "WFMU Reinterprets the Music of Sun Ra" (see home page to get a copy)  1:13:01 (Pop-up)
Howard Tate  Look at Granny Run Run   Favoriting This great R&B player died recently. He made great music in his day but fell on hard times. RIP Howard Tate.  1:17:50 (Pop-up)
JC Brooks and the Uptown Sound  I Got High   Favoriting New album on Bloodshot: "Want More"  1:20:18 (Pop-up)
Bela Fleck w/ Chick Corea & Branford Marsalis  Backwoods Galaxy   Favoriting This tune turned into a jam and, after the song was recorded Bela writes, Chick and Branford kept going. From "Tales from the Acoustic Planet" (WB, 1994)  1:24:32 (Pop-up)
Brave Combo  I Could Have Danced All Night   Favoriting These guys are always fun.  1:33:11 (Pop-up)
Jesse Winchester  Biloxi   Favoriting Jimmy Buffet does a sweet version of this song but WFMU has no JB here-- and I brought the wrong album. Nice image for a winter day, watching the sun set off towards New Orleans!  1:38:03 (Pop-up)
Jeff Beck  Catman   Favoriting This is Jeff Beck's tribute to Brit rocker Gene Vincent. Maybe I should have played this song after the Batman number!?  1:40:34 (Pop-up)
Red Saunders with Dolores Hawkins and The Hambone Kids  Hambone   Favoriting This came off an interesting 2009 CD called "Roots of Hip Hop" on Harte Recordings-- with some great stuff: Champion Jack Dupree, Big Jay McNeely, the Treniers and more.  1:43:08 (Pop-up)
Joe Morris  Weasel Walk   Favoriting From the great Atlantic honkers collection. Recorded in NYC in 1948.  1:45:21 (Pop-up)
Barbeque Bess  I Hear the Voice of a Pork Chop   Favoriting Hungry? Bess was really really hungry. From "Barbecue Any Old Time: Blues from the Pit, 1927-1942" on Old Hat Records.  1:47:44 (Pop-up)
The Stonemans  Bluegrass Ramble   Favoriting Wild family of bluegrass players, from a newly released CD: "All in the Family" on Omni  1:50:52 (Pop-up)
Delbert McClinton & Glen Clarke  Every Day Will Be Like A Holiday   Favoriting An amazing cover of the great William Bell classic.  1:54:27 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  11:04am mrmucho:

hey Steve! great to have you on the air this AM
  11:06am annie:

sweet!!! welcome home
  11:08am T-Zero:

Happy holidays, Steve. Thanks for filling in.
  11:11am Brian in UK:

Hello Steve, mrmurcho, annie, T-Zero, just getting dark here. Santa's firing up the straight six.
Lucinda sings this one?
  11:13am Caryn:

Love this song!
  11:15am Steve Krinsky:

Buenos Dias all.
  11:15am T-Zero:

Merry Christmas, Brian. Not even noon here yet and I had a late morning (sort of). Missed Bill Mac ;(... woke up mid Shruken Planet.
  11:21am arn:

Greetings, what was that track playing about 5 minutes ago when I got off my car, the instrumental full of chicken-picking guitars and stuff? Thankx
  11:22am Brian in UK:

Same to you T-Z. He was on top form.
Steve, any thoughts on Doug Paisley?
  11:24am T-Zero:

@Brian: I bet. I was sad... really wanted to tune in while he was live rather than listen to the archive.
  11:24am Scott:

Hate to be nit-picky, but John Doe has always been the bassist in X. Tony Gilkyson was their guitarist for several years, before Billy Zoom rejoined. I don't know anything about Tony and Eliza's dad Terry working with the Byrds, but he wrote "Memories Are Made of This," "The Bare Necessities" and a bunch of other memorable songs. Otherwise, sounding great, Steve!
  11:35am `Chip:

Come on, you were doing so good. Enough with the Greensleeves crap!
  11:39am Steve Krinsky:

Hey, Chip, who's the Scrooge here?!
  11:41am Parq:

Hmm, I was just about to say that it's always a pleasure to hear Trane's 'Greensleeves', but I dunno what that will prompt Chip to say.
  11:41am `Chip:

One more and I'm switching to WSOU
  11:42am T-Zero:

Heh, I don't care for Coltrane, butit'll pass... We all have different tastes in what appeals...

Nice show, Steve. Been enjoying it.
  11:43am D. Lux G.:

Chip, Quit while your Ahoy!
  11:45am T-Zero:

@Steve K, btw, I think this is the first time I've heard one of your programs.
  11:45am Hugh:

Good morning, Steve, Annie--Good Evening Brian;
Great to hear you on air again Steve, nice tunes, had enough of all that washed-out Xmas crap this season. It's always a pleasure to listen to one your shows. Happy Solstice!
  11:48am seang:

yeah some LC!
  11:51am seang:

  11:52am D. Lux G.:

Tom Waits is a national treasure.
  11:58am alberto:

so, did you play agua fria because tom waits has a song called cold water?
  12:00pm gi:

who is is playing behind you now?
  12:01pm Snortley:

Is there a Greensleeves hucklebuck?
  12:02pm The Soulful Mr T:

sounds good, Steve. Keep it coming.
  12:03pm glenn:

what the fuck's a hucklebuck?
  12:05pm The Soulful Mr T:

It's the monetary unit in Hannah-Barbera World, the Huckle Buck
  12:05pm Joe S:

Hey Steve, one of your students is up in the Catskills and wants to hear your show. Can't get 90.1. Any alternatives?
  12:06pm Steve Krinsky:

Hi CJ & Joe. Cold up there? Hope the music warms you up.
  12:07pm glenn:

really? there's a hanna barbera world? don't tell dolly parton, or she'll want her own world. oh. never mind.
  12:07pm Steve Krinsky:

Hucklebuck was (is) a late 1940s R&B instrumental hit that turned into a cottage industry of songs, later with lyrics, covered by many many people. You can read about it in LCD, the (now defunct) WFMU magazine, online. Check it out.
  12:09pm T-Zero:

@glenn: Paul "Hucklebuck" Williams, R&B saxaphonist

Doh! Steve just said ...
  12:15pm Brian in UK:

Use the Shark Repellent. It always works.
  12:21pm D. Lux G.:

"Look at Granny Run Run", before or after Viagra?
  12:22pm Brian in UK:

Howard Tate, another passes on.
  12:24pm Pat from HCK:

Great to hear you back on the air Steve. Nice tunes to wrap my presents by.
  12:25pm glenn:

so...... no hanna barbera world, then?
  12:26pm T-Zero:

@glenn: Only animated ...
  12:26pm D. Lux G.:

Sorry Glenn, but there is a Dr. Suess World!
  12:27pm Brian in UK:

glenn, there is one in your head.
Steve, this is a heady mix of musicians.
  12:27pm T-Zero:

  12:27pm glenn:

  12:27pm Brian in UK:

glenn, the good news is, there is a santi clause.
  12:28pm T-Zero:

Whoops, sorry... should have used a tiny...
  12:30pm glenn:

for what it's worth, ruff and reddy was the first hanna barbera cartoon. i remember them fondly.
  12:30pm Brian in UK:

My maths has gone to pot, have to sign off Steve. Like the mix. Have they collared you for Xmas Day?
  12:42pm seang:

  12:42pm glenn:

the jeff beck / imelda may stuff on youtube is great.
  12:53pm Chip:

Great show Steve. Worth suffering through GS. Hope you're back on the air again soon.
  12:56pm mrmucho:

really enjoyed the show. don't be a stranger!
  12:56pm T-Zero:

Nice program, Steve. Thanks again for filling in today.
  1:38pm The Great Mutato:

It must be the Krampus
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