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Get Your Groove Back

Get Your Groove Back

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Tuesday
11:00am - 1:00pm

GET YOUR GROOVE BACK (aka The Jobs & Growth Show)

Dare I use the “e” (ecl#$%tic) word to describe the wide-ranging styles of music that you will hear on Get Your Groove Back? You’ll hear Muddy Waters back to back with Ali Farka Toure, Sister Rosetta Tharpe with Johnny Winter, Dya Singh with Rory McLeod. Programs include featured albums, tracks to a theme, particular styles (from blues to world), guests (some of whom actually turn up, some of whom are interesting), film soundtracks and other stuff made up on the spur of the moment. Regular features include music I borrow from the library, instrumentals and music around a moment in history. If your life has a soundtrack, the chances are you’ll hear it on Get Your Groove Back.

PLAYLIST FOR 15/8/17 PROGRAM 234 Robert Johnson’s death; Pat Metheny & David Crosby birthdays
1.  Stop Breaking Down Blues (Johnson) by Robert Johnson (Blues Legends 20 Classic Performances,2006) [2:26] Robert Johnson 8/5/11 -16/8/38
2. Last Fair Deal Gone Down (Johnson) by Rory Block (Last Fair Deal, 2003) [5:08]
3. Cross Road Blues (Johnson) by Robert Johnson (Blues Legends 20 Classic Performances,2006) [2:34]
4. Preaching Blues (Johnson) by The Backsliders  (Starvation Box, 2010) [4:52] orig called Preachin Blues (Up Jumped the Devil)
5.  Travelling Riverside Blues (Johnson) by Rory Block (Last Fair Deal, 2003) [3:02]
6. Ramblin’ On My Mind (Johnson) by Robert Johnson (Blues Legends 20 Classic Performances,2006) [2:26]
7. Rain River (Metheny) by Pat Metheny (Secret Story, 1992) [7:10] Pat Metheny born 12/8/54
8.  54-56 (Was My Number) (Hibbert) by Ernest Ranglin (Out of This World, 10 Years of WOMAD in Australia, 2003 orig from Below The Basslin, 1996) [5:45] from Jamaica
9. Finding & Believing (Metheny) by Pat Metheny (Secret Story, 1992) [10:00] 
10. Almost Cut My Hair (Crosby) by C,S,N & Y (Deja Vu, 1970) [4:25] David Crosby born 14/8/41
11. I’m a Stranger Here (Boyes) by Fiona Boyes (Box & Dice, 2015) [4:48]
12. Horse Named Regret (Juju) by Mojo Juju (Mojo Juju, 2012) [2:48]
13. I Feel Just Like a Child (Banhart) by Devendra Barnhart (Cripple Crow, 2005) [4:46] Venezuelan American singer songwriter/ visual artist. Album cover reminiscent of Sgt Pepper.
14. It’ll Never Happen Again (Hardin) by Lisa Miller (Car Tape 2, 2010) [3:59]
15. Brother, Where Have You Been?  (Juju) by Mojo Juju (Mojo Juju, 2012) [3:36]
16.  Deja Vu Crosby) by C,S,N & Y (Deja Vu, 1970) [4:10]
17.  I Wanna Play For You (Clarke) by Stanley Clarke  ( I Wanna Play For You, 1979) [6:17]
18. Barra (Koite) by Habib Koite & Bamada (Afriki, 2007) [3:48] from Mali; “Stop talking & let’s get to work. A concrete action is better than a speech” for Malcolm II.
19. Little Man (Roberts) by The Nightingales [Maria Forde, Tracey Roberts, Janette Geri] (The Nightingales,  2008) [4:51] from Melbourne; another for Malcolm II.
20. Nothing Without You (Tery Bina) by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan (Out of This World, 10 Years of WOMAD in Australia, 2003 orig from Mustt Mustt, 1990) [3:59] from Pakistan.
21. Buda by Sertab (Putumayo World ZMusic Sampler, 2006) [3:44]
22.  I’ll Run Your Hurt Away (Johnson) by Lisa Miller (Car Tape 2, 2010) [3:53] Brett Houghton played the original last week (by Ruby Johnson).

PLAYLIST FOR  8/8/17 IAN ANDERSON/ JIMMY WITHERSPOON B’DAYS

1. I Don’t Care What You Say (A. Harris) by Harris & Harris (When The Sun Goes Down:The Secret History of Rock & Roll [The First time I Met The Blues], 2002) [2:50] rec 1928.
2. Peaks & Valleys (Cloher) by Jen Cloher & The Endless Sea (Dead Wood Falls, 2006) [2:56] orig from Adelaide, then Sydney (she studied @ NIDA), now resident in Melbourne.
*3. I’m Dreaming of Your Demise (Flower) by Mary Flower (Misery Loves Company, 2011) [4:04] from Portland, Oregon. Her 4th Yellow Dog release is a stripped-down collection of a dozen songs. Calling upon the talent pool in her home town of Portland OR, she sat down with ten instrumentalists — and one singer — to make her most intimate record to date. Misery Loves Company features a staggering variety of great players, from jazz pianist Dave Frishberg to multi-instrumentalist Colin Linden. It’s a testament to Mary’s ability to bring out the best in her collaborators.  “The Joni Mitchell of the blues”, a little reminiscent of Chris O(kunbor).
4. Better Off Dancing (Cloher) by Jen Cloher & The Endless Sea (Dead Wood Falls, 2006) [3:51]
*5. Devil’s Punchbowl (Flower ) by Mary Flower (Misery Loves Company, 2011) [5:11] an instrumental, instead of the Miles Davis track above.
6.  Honest I Do (Reed) by Gary Clark Jnr (Live/ North America 2016, 2017) [3:12]
7.  Wish You Would (Arnold) by The Backsliders (Left Field Holler, 2007) [3:12]
8.  Live So Easy (Dixon) by Jimmy Witherspoon [August 8, 1920 – September 18, 1997] (Spoon So Easy, 1990) [2:47] rec 10/6/54 in Chicago.
9. Hard Times Killing Floor (James) by The Backsliders (Left Field Holler, 2007) [4:17]
10. Blues Go Walking (Brown) by Maria Muldaur (Steady Love, 2011) [3:11]
11. Give Me One Reason (Chapman) by Tanya (Huang) & Dorise (Blackmon) (V, 2013) [5:13]  
12. With You There To Help Me  (Anderson) by Jethro Tull (Benefit, 1970) [6:26] Ian Anderson nee August 10, 1947. Band – Anderson, Barre, Cornick, Bunker.
*13. Jackeroo (?) by David Grisman & Jerry Garcia  (Putumato Presents Bluegrass, 2012) [4:00] Garcia August 1, 1942 – August 9, 1995 .            Played tribute to him last week. Grisman from New Jersey; his nickname “Dawg” was affectionately assigned by his close friend Jerry Garcia. “Dawg Music” is what he calls his mixture of bluegrass and Django Reinhart/ Stephane Grappelli -influenced jazz,
14. Danger (unknown) by Jimmy Witherspoon (Spoon So Easy, 1990) [3:10] also rec 10/6/54 in Chicago.
*15.  Silver Spoon  (Bibb) by Eric Bibb (Blues People, 2014) [4:21] rec Stony Plain.
16. Just To Prove My Love To You  (unknown) by Jimmy Witherspoon (Spoon So Easy, 1990) [2:36] prob rec Kansas City 4/1/59.
17. To Cry You a Song  Anderson) by Jethro Tull (Benefit, 1970) [6:18].
*18.  Out Walkin’ (Bibb) by Eric Bibb (Blues People, 2014) [2:19]
19. 60s Girl (Turner) by The Backsliders (Left Field Holler, 2007) [3:51]
*20.  Turner’s Station (Bibb) by Eric Bibb (Blues People, 2014) [3:54]
21. Here But I’m Gone (Organized Noise/ Mayfield/ Etheridge/ Martin/ Matias) by Curtis Mayfield (June 3, 1942 – December 26, 1999) (New World Order, 1996) [5:22]; On August 13, 1990, Mayfield became paralyzed from the neck down, after stage lighting equipment fell on him at an outdoor concert at Wingate Field in New York. Afterwards, though he was unable to play guitar, he continued to compose and sing. He also directed the recording of his last album, New World Order. Mayfield’s vocals were recorded, usually line-by-line, while he was lying on his back.
22. Superfly (Mayfield) by Lisa Miller (Car Tape 2, 2010) [5:16] Shane O’Mara gtr.
*23.  New Railroad by Crooked Still (Putumato Presents Bluegrass, 2012) [3:15] quintet from Boston.
24. I Hate a Man Like You (Morton) by Lizzie Miles with Jelly Roll Morton (p) (When The Sun Goes Down:The Secret History of Rock & Roll [The First time I Met The Blues], 2002) [3:30]; rec 11/12/ 1929.

* Denotes CD borrowed from Castlemaine Library (Goldfields Library Service)

 

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