Options Steve Krinsky: Playlist from April 17, 2003 Options

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Options April 17, 2003: One World

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Big Guitars from Texas  High Tide in Hub City   Options Another twang theme tune 
The Impacts  Wipe Out   Options Merrell Fankhauser's 1962 original version. It was a huge hit for the Surfari's in 1963, with no credit given to its source. 
Biller and Wakefield  Good Enough   Options Hot guitar twang 
Django Reinhardt  Viper's Dream   Options Breathtaking Gypsy guitar, Paris 1937, Stephane Grapelli on violin. 
Django Reinhardt  Swingin' with Django   Options Starts out as bed (talkover music), then Django takes over 
Biller & Wakefield  Night in Topeka   Options These guys snuck back in here without permission. Good though. 
Eddie Harris  Abstraction   Options Soulful jazz from 1975 
Wallias Band  Muziqawi Silt   Options from Ethipiques 13: Ethiopian Grooves 
Remmy Ongala  One World   Options Tanzanian guitarist sings and chants about international harmony 
Remmy Ongala  I Want to Go Home   Options More African rhythms 
Jackie Mittoo  Soul & Inspiration   Options As bed. Great Jamaican songster. 
Tommy McCook  Harvest in the East   Options Ska instrumental from the late great Skatalites tenor saxophonist 
Huayucaltia  Caminos y Puentes (Roads & Bridges)   Options Their name means "unity & brotherhood" in Nahuatl (Aztec) and the band-- based in Los Angeles-- includes musicians from Argentina, Peru, Mexico, Peru and the U.S. 
Greene String Quartet  Big Alice   Options Former folk fiddler Greene here covers jazz organist Don Pullen 
Johnny Johnson  Rockinitis   Options Chuck Berry's piano player, from 1990 CD 
Cecil Gant  Loose As A Goose   Options WWII R&B crooner plays piano too 
Chris Kenner  Come See About Me   Options New Orleans songwriter sings, with help from Allen Toussaint (on piano) and others. What a cool groove! 
Meters  Easy (Trip)   Options from their "Kickback" album of 70s New Orleans soul and funk 
Meters  Sehorn's Farm   Options That rolling Meter's instrumental sound. Song named for Marshall Sehorn, partner(with Allen Toussaint) in famed SeaSaint Studios, where the Meters were the house band 
Los Munequitos de Matanzas  El Tocoloro   Options This Cuban rumba band has been making great music for 50 years; they tour in the USA every few years. 
Afro Cuban All Stars  Fiesta de la Rumba   Options Con Don Ruben Gonzalez y Ibrahim Ferrer 
Ry Cooder  The Pearls/Tia Juana   Options A taste of Jelly Roll Morton from Ry's 1978 "Jazz" album 
Horace Silver  Red Beans and Rice   Options Jazz tribute to Louis Armstrong and the New Orleans scene 
Youngbloods  Prelude   Options Noodlin' intro, from their 1970 live "Rock Concert" album 
Youngbloods  On Beautiful Lake Spenard   Options Guitarist known as (Electric) Banana takes the lead on this loping instrumental, also from the live album 
Youngbloods  Fiddler A Dram   Options "Rock Concert" featured a stoned version of this mountain classic 
Seldom Scene  Tulsa Chili Bop   Options from "Dream Scene" on Sugar Hill, 1996 
Roxy Gordon  Smaller Circles   Options The late West Texas songwriter left a legacy as a storyteller and Native American activist. Quite the character; check him out 
Gurf Morlix  Let the Rhythm Rule   Options Producer and guitar whiz Morlix worked with Lucinda Williams in Los Angeles for years; now based in Austin 
Lucinda Williams  People Talkin'   Options from "World Without Tears" (2003) 
Ola Belle Reed  High On A Mountain   Options from "The Art of Old-Time Mountain Music" on Rounder 
Johnny Cash  Time of the Preacher   Options from "Twisted Willie"-- a tribute to WIllie Nelson 
Willie Nelson  Till I Gain Control Again   Options Willie and Family's live cover of the great Rodney Crowell tune 
Rodney Crowell  Shame on the Moon   Options Like his Houston pals (Townes Van Zandt &, Guy Clark), RC went to Nashville to write songs. This is one of his best 
Ralph Carney  Cow Lap   Options Recent work from multi talented instrumentalist 
Jerry Jeff Walker  Trying to Hold the Wind Up with a Sail   Options from "Contrary to Ordinary" (1978) 
Stars of Bethlehem  Above My Head   Options Contemporary gospel on Savoy 
Ray Barretto  Manos Duras   Options The great conguero and bandleader has been playing versions of this song-- aka Hard Hands-- for decades 

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