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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 25/4/17 (PROGRAM 218) COVERS (MOSTLY)          

1. Where Can You Be? (Reed) by Johnny Winter (Step Back, 2014) [3:58] feat Billy Gibbons (gtr); Winter’s last album, prod by Paul Nelson & dedicated to Steve Hecht, Piedmont Talent Director & a 2 time recipient of a Keeping The Blues Alive award for Agent/Manager of the Year; an award given out annually by The Blues Foundation.
2. Wanted Man (Dylan/ Cash) by Nick Cave & Bad Seeds (The First Born Is Dead, 1985) [5:28] their 2nd album.
3.  Sea of Heartbreak (David/ Hampton) by Roseanne Cash (The List, 2009) [3:06] feat The Boss.
4. After The Gold Rush (Young) by Pattis Smith (Banga, 2012) [4:14]
5. Still a Fool (Morganfield) by Magic Slim & The Teardrops (Anything Can Happen, 2005) [5:01] nee Morris Holt, from Torrance, near Grenada, Mississippi, the son of  sharecroppers, relocating to Chicago in 1955 with Magic Sam. Lost finger in cotton gin accident, terminating his piano playing, switching to gtr.
6. Djorolen (remix) [Worry/ Anxiety] (Sangare) by Oumou Sangare  (Oumou, 2000; orig track on Worotan, 1996)[4:22] from Mali; played WOMADelaide 2017.
7. Gnanama  [You Been Good To Me] (Kouyate) by Kandia Kouyate (Biriko, 2002) [4:29] from Mali – “Mali’s greatest living female singer”, in Manika language; Viviane Arnoult accordion. Suffered stroke in2004, recorded Renaissance 2015. Her 8th album.
8. Zen (Kanache/ Traore)  by Rokia Traore (Tchamantche, 2008) [4:36] from Mali, member of the Bambara ethnic group one for the Buddhists listening’
9. Kayi Ni Wura  [Good Evening to Everyone] (Sangare) by Oumou Sangare  (Oumou, 2000 orig from Ko Sira, 1993) [5:36] Aliou Traore violin.
10. Baara [Work] (Gnahore) by Dobet Gnahore (Na Dre, 2014) [3:25]  from Cote d’Ivoire; her 4th album.
11. Kadabila  [Stop The Fighting] (Kouyate) by Kandia Kouyate (Biriko, 2002) [5:01]
12. Stop The Fighting (Griffith) by Mary-Lynn Griffith (Fish Kiss, 1998) [4:07]
13. Death Letter (House) by Johnny Winter (Step Back, 2014) [3:40]
14. Caught In The Crossfire (Ingley) by Yolanda Ingley II & Band (This Dangerous Age, 2016) [5:23]
* 15. Slow (Cohen) by Leonard Cohen (Popular Problems, 2014) [3:25] his penultimate album.
* 16. Atomic Energy (Brown) by Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown (Guitar In My Hand, 1999) [2:26] from Vinton, Louisiana: April 18, 1924 – September 10, 2005
* 17. Nevermind Cohen) by Leonard Cohen (Popular Problems, 2014) [4:40]
* 18. Boogie Rambler (Robey) by Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown (Guitar In My Hand, 1999) [2:49]
*19. Come Together (Lennon/ McCartney) by Roberta Flack (Let It Be: Roberta Flack Sings The Beatles, 2012) [4:40]
20.  Gariplere Yer Yuk [No Place For Strangers] (Ertel/ Akman) byBaba Zula (Do NOT Obey, 2016) [2:26] from Turkey, no doubt celebrating Erdogan’s referendum victory, giving him power.
21. Doninke [Achieve Something In Life] (Kouyate) by Kandia Koutaye (Kita Kan, 1999) [7:16]
22. Baskir Bir Alem [Another World] ] (Ertel/ Akman/ Tsoukalas) by Baba Zula (Do NOT Obey, 2016) [4:21]

* Denotes CD borrowed from Castlemaine Library.

PLAYLIST FOR 18/4/17 (PROGRAM 217) PREDOMINANTLY BLUES

1. Louise Louise (Williams/ Broonzy) by Guy Davis & Fabrizio Poggi (Sonny & Brownie’s Last Train, 2017) [4:50] Poggi nee in Voghera, italy; has played with The Blind Boys of Alabama, Garth Hudson of The Band &Dylan, Marcia Ball, Charlie Musselwhite, Ronnie Earl, Little Feat,John P. Hammond , Eric Bibb, Ruthie Foster, Steve Cropper, Blues Bors Band, Richard Thompson, Sonny Landreth, etc: Davis from NYC, played with Dr John, Levon Helm, Pete Seeger etc, also an actor, incl.  Off-Broadway as legendary blues player Robert Johnson in Robert Johnson: Trick the Devil.
2. Checking On My Baby (Williamson) by Buddy Guy & Junior Wells (Drinkin’ TNT & Smokin’ Dynamite, 1988) [4:54] with Bill Wyman (also prod album), Pinetop Perkins, Terry & Dallas Taylor. Orig rec live @ Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland, 1974.
3.  Stop & Listen (Vinson) by Phil Wiggins & Dom Turner (Owing The Devil a Day’s Work, 2014) [4:35]
4. Gone So Long  (Larsson/ Andersson/ Blues Pills) by Blues Pills (Lady In Gold, 2016) [4:17] from Sweden; formed 2011, thi is their 2nd album. Big vocals Elin Larsson.
5. When My Train Pulls In (Davis) by Gary Clark Jnr (Live/ North America, 2016) [9:31] from Austen, Texas (b.15/2/84),; dubbed ‘The Chosen One’, Clark has shared the stage with many legends of rock and roll, including Clapton, B.B King & The Stones.
6. Smokestack Lightning (Burnett) by Fiona Boyce (Box & Dice, 2015) [4:19] from Oz, has recorded with such luminaries as Hubert Sumlin; described by Grammy Award  winner and Blues Hall of Fame pianist, Pinetop Perkins, as “the best gal guitarist I heard since Memphis Minnie.”
7. New Dirty Dozen (trad) by Memphis Minnie (Pickin’ The Blues, 2000) [3:01] nee Lizzie Douglas.
8. Let It Slide  (Higgins/ Yacka)by Lily & The Drum (Buried In Blue, 2016) [2:40] from Sth Oz
9.  Everybody Knows About My Good Thing (Grayson/ Horton) by The Stones (Blue & Lonesome, 2016) [4:31]
10.  You Saved Me  (Davis) by Gary Clark Jnr (Live/ North America, 2016) [8:54]
11. Blues Down Under (Collins) by Sugarcane Collins (Downunder The Blues, 2013) [9:28] from Cairns; Oz history lesson. Kirk Steel accordion; Brett Charles recites Xavier Herbert momologue.
12.  Mani (Brahim) by Aziza Brahim (Abbar el Hamada, 2016) [5:26] from Western Sahara; played WOMADelaide 2017.
13. Tell Me Baby (McCoy) by Chris O (Wailin’ & Raggin’ The Blues, 2016) [4:16] from UK, now Blue Mtns. Memphis Minnie song.
14.  It’s a Mystery (Collins) by Sugarcane Collins (Downunder The Blues, 2013) [3:36]
15. Christmas Island (Jenkins/ Lane/ Milne/ Staboildis/ Vehl) by Charlie Jenkins & The Zhivagos (Too Much Water In The Boat, 2014) [2:55] from Melbourne; Jenkins orig from Mildura.
16. Sum Peoples Got All Da Fonk Achison) by Geoff Achison (Another Mile, Another Minute, 2016) [5:36] from Melbourne.
17. Hoochie Coochie Woman (Dixon/ Lionheart) by Roselyn Lionheart (Ingrid Lucia Presents New Orleans Nightingale Revue, 2012) [4:57] from Calif, one half of David & Roselyn duo buskers in Jackson Square,  New Orleans, where they relocated to in 1975, when racism began to affect their kids, a place they first visited in 1963 as part of a voter registration campaign. 79 yrs old.
18. Sonny & Brownie’s Last Train (Davis) by Guy Davis & Fabrizio Pogii (Sonny & Brownie’s Last Train, 2017) [4:04]

 

 

 

 

 

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