Options Steve Krinsky: Playlist from April 3, 2003 Options

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Options April 3, 2003: Bring the Boys Home

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Big Guitars from Texas  Guitar Army   Options Twang theme attack 
Edwin Starr  Time   Options Soul singer Starr (1942-2003) offer another call for peace 
Freda Payne  Bring the Boys Home   Options Great soulful cry against Vietnam war. Support the soldiers, stop the war. 
Tony Allen  Don't Fight Your Wars   Options Fela drummer, from his own "Home Cooking" (2003) 
Manu Chao  Mentira   Options Righteous internationalism, punky worldbeat. From "Clandestino" 
Ennio Morricone  Guns Don't Argue   Options A Western soundtrack for our cowboy/gunslinger president 
Jim Hightower  Wave Our Flag!   Options Texas populist speaks of patriotism and protest, with Morricone's "Overture" from "Fistful of Dollars" as backing track 
Larry Verne  Mr. Custer   Options I hope the GI's still love this 1960 novelty tune! 
Steve Earle  What's A Simple Man to Do   Options This Texas songwriter's not afraid to speak out! 
Asian Dub Foundation  Change A Gonna Come   Options from "Frontline" (2002) 
Hasidic New Wave & Yakar Rhythms  Frydginator   Options American jazz with Senegalese drums, Jews and Muslims collaborate 
Bob Marley and the Wailers  Simmer Down   Options from 1964 on "Studio One: Greatest Hits" CD 
Bruce Longstreet  Jah Ray   Options former WFMU Station Manager sings in memory of the late Ray Franks, former WFMU DJ and all-around nice guy 
Willie Bryant  Amateur Night in Harlem   Options Bryant, aka the Mayor of Harlem, played/hosted at the Apollo for decades. In 1995, Delmark issued a CD of his music from the 40s. 
Bob Range  I Found Out   Options Willie Bryant only performs on half the songs on the Delmark album; the rest were R&B vocals by the likes of Doc Pomus (yes, the songwriter) and Bob Range 
Doc Sausage  Sausage Rock   Options from "Honkers & Bar Walkers,Volume 1" on Delmark 
Oscar Brown, Jr.  Somebody Buy Me a Drink   Options from the superb jazz songwriter of the 60s 
Porky Cohen  Jim Dog   Options Retired Roomful of Blues trombonist does his own thing 
Joe Bataan  Chickie's Trombone   Options 1967 Fania boogaloo, from "Latin Funk Brother" compilation of Joe Bataan's best 
Joe Bataan  Chili Beans   Options More Fania funk, from 1971 
Los Super Seven  Me Voy Pa'l Pueblo   Options Raul Malo and friends cover Benny More 
Ibrahim Ferrer  Guaguanco Callejero   Options more great Cuban music from Buena Vista Social Club vocalist, from "Buenos Hermanos" (2003) 
Howard Armstrong w/Ikey Robinson & Ted Bogan  My Four Reasons   Options from "Louie Bluie" soundtrack, a documentary film about fiddler Armstrong by Terry Zwigoff 
Varttina  Hopeat   Options from "Iki" (2003) 
Bill Frisell  The Tractor   Options from "Blues Dreams" on Nonesuch (2001) 
Bill Frisell  Fifty Years   Options also from "Blues Dreams" 
Fred Neil  The Other Side of This Life   Options Live version from songwriter extraordinaire Neil, who left Greenwich Village in the 60s to return to Florida, where he lived until he died of cancer in 2001 
Jefferson Airplane  The Other Side of This Life   Options A rousing cover of Neil's song, from 1969 live album "Bless Its Pointed Little Head" 
BF Shelton  Pretty Polly   Options Recorded by Ralph Peer in 1927 in Bristol, TN 
Carter Family  The Storms Are On the Ocean   Options Two of the artists recorded at the Bristol Sessions-- the Carter Family and Jimmie Rodgers-- went on to major careers as country music pioneers 
Penny Lang  How You WInds   Options from "Gather Honey" (2001), a superb collection of Lang's work from the 60s on. 
Derailers  Uncool   Options More twang from Austin 
Townes Van Zandt  Snowing on Raton   Options Recorded live at McCabes in Santa Monica, with a few good jokes thrown in 
Kelly Jo Phelps  No So Far to Go   Options from "Slingshot Professionals" on Ryko (2003), with Bill Frisell on guitar 
Petty Booka  Sophticated Hula   Options Japanese duo do clever covers. Say that three times fast. 
David Lindley & El Rayo X  Tiki Torches at Twilight   Options Great tune from multi-instrumentalist Lindley and band 
Outback  Buenaventura   Options Didgeridoo, from "Baka" (1990) 
Xavier Quija Yxayotl  Mazata (To The Deer)   Options from "Aztec Dances" on Canyon Records (2002) 
Amadou & Mariam  Barika   Options Couple from Mali, from "Wati" on Circular Moves (2002) 

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