Options Steve Krinsky: Playlist from February 7, 2003 Options

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Options February 7, 2003: War/Crime

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Big Guitars from Texas  Boomerang   Options  
Oscar Sulley & the Uhuru Dance Band  Bukom Mashie   Options from "Ghana Soundz: Afro-Beat, Funk & Fusion in 70s Ghana" (Soundway, 2002) 
Antibalas  War is Crime   Options Afrobeat from this hot NY/NJ band 
Frank London & Shekina Big Band  Fela   Options from "Scientist at Work" on Tzadik, 2002 
Dead Air  Dead Air   Options 90 seconds of awkward silence! Don't worry: we'll be back. 
Paul Cebar & the Milwaukians  You Make Me Feel So   Options The second half of the song. Sorry. 
Jazz Epistles  Vary-Oo-Vum   Options South African jazz from Dollar Brand (aka Abdullah Ibrahim), Hugh Masakela, Jonas Gwangwa, Kippie Moeketsi, from the late 1950s. By the 60s, most were in exile from apartheid 
Ry Cooder/Manuel Galban  Drume Negrita   Options Ry duets with Cuban guitarist on "Mambo Sinuendo" (2002) 
Jorge Ben  Moca   Options Brazilian guitarist 
Mongo Santamaria  Cold Sweat   Options Funky Latin version of JB classic, done by the late Cuban conguero. From "Skin on Skin" anthology (2002) 
Greyboy Allstars w/ Fred Wesley  Fried Grease   Options JB trombonist plays with west coast funk band in 1995 
Chuck Willis  Let's Jump Tonight   Options from "Chuck Willis Wails!" on Sundazed (2003) 
Harry the Hipster Gibson  They Call Him Harry the Hipster   Options Over-the-hill Harry, recorded in SF in 1989. Gibson died two years later. 
Wynonie Harris  Somebody Changed the Lock   Options Singing with Jack McVea and band in 1945 
Rev. Norb  Satan Sounds Like Zodiac Mindwarp   Options from Green Bay, WI, he calls himself EGR (Earth's Greatest Rocker) 
Rev. Norb  The Hucklebuck   Options Sloppy but fun rockin' version 
Paul "Hucklebuck" Williams  Hasting Street Bounce   Options PW's first hit, recorded in Detroit in 1947 
Rev. Norb  Don't Do the Hucklebuck   Options He doesn't mean it 
Paul Williams w/ Joan Shaw  He Knows How to Hucklebuck   Options 1949 followup 
Dirty Dozen Brass Band  Cissy Strut   Options Robert Randolph helps out on steel on this funky cover of Meters hit. From "Medicated Magic" (2002) 
Huey Piano Smith w/ Geri Hall  Little Chickee Wah Wah   Options Bobby Marchan tune from 1959. Marchas was the wild songwriter/singer with HPS and Clowns 
Willy Deville  Bamboo Road   Options Willy in New Orleans, with Zachary Richard on accordian 
Clifton Chenier  Bogalusa Boogie   Options Roy (Raul) Breaux turned me on to Clifton in the early 70s. Check out his blues show Fridays, 9-noon (CST) on krvs.org 
Angela Strehli  Stranger Blues   Options Killer tune from (then) Austin-based blues diva 
Elvin Bishop  Stomp   Options Recently re-issued on CD 
Rank and File  Coyote   Options Early 80s country/punk band that included Alejandro Escovedo 
Jon Dee Graham  Airplane   Options Talented Austin guitarist/songwriter, former member of True Believers (with Alejandro E) 
Michael Fracasso  Words as Weapons   Options Songwriter with a beautiful voice, moved from NYC to Austin in 90s 
Bob Evans  Jersey City Spring Water   Options Lots of NJ/JC references in the music of this group, on Electra/Asylum 
Rockfour  Song from the Sea   Options from "Pull Up the Paisley Cover"-- recent collection of psychedelia from the 60s & 70s 
Richard & Mimi Farina  Hamish   Options Sweet instrumental from Vanguard 3-CD box that includes all three of their albums 
Calexico  Dub Latina   Options Charming instrumental from next CD, "Feast of Wire" 
Calexico  Guero Canelo   Options Ditto 
Jim Campilongo and the 10 Gallon Cats  Bustin' Up   Options San Francisco's JC plays great guitar instrumentals-- blues, jazz, country-- often with Joe Goldmark on steel 
Doc Watson  Freight Train Boogie   Options from 1972, w/ Merle Watson, Norman Blake and Vassar Clements 
Rosanne Cash  My Baby Thinks He's a Train   Options This hot 1981 country rocker sounds as fresh as it did twenty something years ago. 
Rodney Crowell  Rock of My Soul   Options from Sugar Hill songwriter collection, "No Song, No Supper" (2003) 
Lonnie Pitchford  Elvira   Options from "All Around Man" on Rooster Blues (1994) 

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