Bob Brainen's playlist October 24, 2015 E-mail Bob Brainen
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Artist Track Album / Format Year Comments Approx. start time Hank Levine and Orchestra Image-Part I (45) 1961 0:00:00 Pop‑up) NRBQ Stomp (45) 1969 0:01:58 Pop‑up) dBs Judy (45) 1981 0:03:42 Pop‑up) Cannonball Adderley Do Do Do [What Now Is Next] (45) 1967 0:06:30 Pop‑up) Lou Courtney Skate Now (45) 1967 0:12:36 Pop‑up) Miriam Makeba Pata Pata (45) 1967 0:14:42 Pop‑up) Louis Armstrong and Gabrielle Onkle Satchmo's Lullabye (45) 1959 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qy_4n23hezs 0:18:15 Pop‑up) Louis Armstrong The Ballad Of Davey Crockett (45) 1965 0:20:51 Pop‑up) Jack Barry Huckleberry Finn (45) 1956 0:23:34 Pop‑up) Anton Karas The Cafe Mozart Waltz (45) 1949 0:26:29 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Plays Chopin (EP) 0:28:31 Pop‑up) Wishbone Ash Blowin' Free (45) 1973 Thanks to Eddie Bobinski 0:35:50 Pop‑up) Left Banke Hertz Rent A Car Ad (EP) 1967 / 198? 0:39:40 Pop‑up) Dillard & Clark Why Not Your Baby (45) 1969 / 2012 0:40:54 Pop‑up) Gene Clark She's the Kind of Girl 1970 / 2012 The 1st 5 Byrds reunion 0:44:28 Pop‑up) Frank Sinatra I'll Be Around In The Wee Small Hours (EP) 1955 0:47:27 Pop‑up) Steve Lawrence Go Away Little Girl (45) 1961 0:51:30 Pop‑up) Harold Betters Do Anything You Wanna (Part I) (45) 1964 0:52:35 Pop‑up) Theresa Brewer Ricochet (45) 1953 0:55:31 Pop‑up) Crazy Elephant Dark Part Of My Mind (45) 1969 Thanks to Eddie Bobinski 0:58:47 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Plays Chopin (EP) 0:59:08 Pop‑up) Chris Bell I Am The Cosmos (45) 1978 1:12:05 Pop‑up) Tommy Hoehn w/Chris Bell Love You (All Day Long) (45) 1977 1:15:48 Pop‑up) Nina Hagen & Lene Lovich P.E.T.A. Ad (EP) 197? 1:18:39 Pop‑up) Morris Stoloff Moonglow And Theme from Picnic (45) 1956 1:19:48 Pop‑up) Tommy Fogerty & The Blue Velvets Bonita (EP) 1962 / 198? 1:22:28 Pop‑up) Dexter Gordon Dextivity (EP) 1947 1:23:44 Pop‑up) Fats Navarro w/ Tadd Dameron Goin' To Mintons (EP) 1947 1:26:37 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Jazz At Storyville
1:28:26 Pop‑up) Miss Mystery This Is Miss Mystery (45) 1955 1:36:00 Pop‑up) James Brown Ain't That A Groove, Part One (45) 1966 1:39:13 Pop‑up) Chambers Brothers Do Your Thing (45) 1969 1:41:18 Pop‑up) Rolling Stones Sad Day (45) 1966 non lp b-side: 19th Nervous Breakdown 1:44:38 Pop‑up) Sopwith Camel Treadin' 1967 non lp b-side: Hello Hello 1:47:39 Pop‑up) Bill Haley & His Comets Thirteen Women (And Only One Man in Town) (45) 1955 1:49:59 Pop‑up) Albert Ayler New Ghosts (45) 1969 1:52:51 Pop‑up) Music behind DJ:
Jazz At Storyville
( The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
♥ 9:06am David in ATL from NJ:Good morning, Bob! 9:08am SmokinJ:Mornin' bb & all! ♥ 9:09am duke:Good morning bob, sj, and everyone ♥ 9:09am duke:digging the cannonball adderly 9:12am Bob Brainen:Morning everyone! 9:18am Neanderthal Head:Miriam, bringin the joy! 9:32am BEAVO:Cara played the zither on that soundtrack. 9:37am SmokinJ:Rockin' the bong w/Wishbone Ash! ;-) 9:48am KP:Gene Clark twice is nice. Tnx 9:58am Cooh John:Theresa Brewer a T-town singer. My karate instructor went to school with her. 9:58am SmokinJ:Now you're cookin' bb! 10:10am acid casualty:I'm told t. Brewer is known for "goody goody" but i prefer "la grande tour de l'amore." ♥ 10:13am Mike East:would love to get my hands on a copy of I Am the Cosmos 10:26am Deb:Love me some of the real Dexter Gordon on a Saturday!!! Thanks for the great music. 10:28am JoeChrisMorris:hey! this is jazz! 10:29am SeanG:this is smokin' dude 10:36am JoeChrisMorris:I think this might be on RCA! 10:41am JoeChrisMorris:This was a single? awesome! 10:41am Greg from ZONE 5:Sounding like a million bucks, Bob! 10:44am david from ks:,,,Picnik was filmed partialy here in intha lil o hole of hutchinson,ks. My Aunt was thrilled to have William Holden hold the door open for her at the Town Club where all the high end businessmen hung out after hours with the film`s talent and whoever was in charge of production Im guessin. James Brown played here to. How he wound up here I dont know.They did not invite Him to the Town Club though! Good Stuff DJB! 10:47am SmokinJ:Great underplayed Stones tune :) 10:49am SmokinJ:Records are sounding great! Vinyl rules... 10:50am JoeChrisMorris:Great stuff. You recognize Bill Haley straight off. The same groove for Shake Rattle and Roll 10:59am Linda:Thank you thank you thank you for playing the Sopwith Camel 7"!! 11:00am P-90:Thanks much, Bob! Grwat show. As always. 11:01am P-90:"GREAT"