Get Your Groove Back

Get Your Groove Back

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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 17/7/18 (PROGRAM 281) Johnny Winter death (16/7/14) 2014 saw the deaths of Tommy Ramone. Phil Everley.  Pete Seeger, Paco de Lucia, Jesse Winchester, Bobby Womack, Paul Revere, Jack Bruce, Bobby Keys, Ian McLagan (keyboardist with Small faces/ Faces), Joe Cocker & Maria von Trapp (aged 99) among others.
Winter was professionally active until the time of his death near ZurichSwitzerland, on July 16, 2014. He was found dead in his hotel room two days after his last performance, at the Cahors Blues Festival in France on July 14, at the age of 70. The cause of Winter’s death was not officially released. According to his guitarist friend and record producer Paul Nelson, Winter died of emphysema combined with pneumonia.  In 1988, he was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame, the first non-African-American performer to be inducted into the Hall
1. Government Departments (Clarke)by Fred Dagg  [1:45]

2. My Time Ain’t Long  (Wilson) by Canned Heat (Future Blues, 1970) [3:50] very prescient…
3. Skeleton Kiss (Achison) by Geoff Achison [4:26] playing The Bridge Saturday 25th August 2pm free
4. Highway 61 Revisited (Dylan) by  Johnny Winter (Second Winter, 1969) [5:07]February 23, 1944 – July 16, 2014.  Producer/engineer Eddie Kramer has worked with some of the biggest names in rock from Kiss to Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix to the Rolling Stones.
One person who wasn’t quite impressed with Kramer’s pedigree was Winter, who was forced to fire the producer midway through recording his solo album, Second Winter. “He wasn’t doing his job,” Johnny said. “He was outside the studio recording rainstorm sound effects. So we fired him midstream leaving me and Edgar to finish the job of producing and recording the album.”
5, Who Do You Love  (McDaniel) by Johnny Winter (Step Back, 2014) [2:52]
* 6. Good Excuse (Butler) by the John Butler Trio (Live @ Red Rocks, 2010) [17:00] rec  4/6/10 @ Corrison, Colorado.
* 7.  Used To Get High (Butler) by the John Butler Trio (Live @ Red Rocks, 2010) [4:28]
8. Where Can You Be (Reed) by Johnny Winter (Step Back, 2014) [3:58] feat Billy Gibbons.
*9.  Goin’ Away Baby (Rogers)  by John Mayall (Talk About That, 2016) [3:50] Mayall nee 29/10/33.
10.  Dallas (Winter) by Johnny Winter  (Johnny Winter, 1969) [2:48]
11. Sweet Sixteen (King/ Josea) by Johnny Winter (Step Back, 2014) [7:57] feat Joe Bonamassa.
12. Hustled Down in Texas (Winter) by Johnny Winter (Second Winter, 1969) [3:35]
* 15. Carey  (Mitchell) by Joni Mitchell (Blue, 1971) [3:00]
16. Let The Blues In (Boyes)  by Fiona Boyes (Blues For Hard Times, 2011) [3:04]
*17. Blue Midnight (Mayall) by John Mayall (Talk About That, 2016) [4:03]
* 18.  This Flight Tonight  (Mitchell) by Joni Mitchell (Blue, 1971) [2:52]
* 19. Suite: Judy Blue Eyes (Stills) by Crosby, Stills & Nash (Crosby, Stills & Nash, 1969) [7:25]  [27m]
20. Can’t Hold Out (Take Me Baby) (Dixon) by Johnny Winter (Step Back, 2014) [4:09] feat  Ben Harper.

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

PLAYLIST FOR 10/7/18 (PROGRAM 280) Sixto Rodriguez (b 10/7/42)/library

Cold Fact
 is the debut album from American singer-songwriter Rodriguez. It was released in the United States on the Sussex label in March 1970. The album sold very poorly in the United States (Rodriguez was himself an unknown in the US), but managed to sell well in both South Africa and Australia, with Rodriguez touring Australia in 1979. In 1971 the album was released in South Africa by A&M Records. In 1976, several thousand copies of Cold Fact were found in a New York warehouse and sold out in Australia in a few weeks. It went to No. 23 on the Australian album charts in 1978, staying on the charts for 55 weeks. In 1998 Cold Fact was awarded a platinum disc in South Africa, and was five-times platinum in Australia. Rodriguez has since toured South Africa and Australia with much success, but remained relatively unknown in his native country of the US.[5] This began to change after the reissues of his albums in the US by Light in the Attic Records in 2008 and 2009, and even further in 2012 with the Academy Award winning documentary filmSearching for Sugar Man, which soon led to appearances on major American television shows like 60 Minutes and The Late Show with David Letterman. Cold Fact has sold 201,000 since Nielsen SoundScan started tracking in 1991, 173,000 of those after the film opened, 98,000 in the wake of the Oscar win. Coming from Reality has moved 105,000 albums, 99,000 since the movie hit, 60,000 post-Academy Awards. And the soundtrack album (which was picked up by Sony’s Legacy catalog division) boasts 152,000 in sales.

1. Great Answers, Shame About the Prizes  (Clarke) by Clarke & Dawe [2:38]
2.  Relax Your Mind (Ledbetter) by The Backsliders (Starvation Box, 2011) [2:28] setting the tone…
3 Sugar Man (Rodriguez) by Rodriguez (Cold Fact, 1969) [3:49]
4.Only For Conversation (Rodriguez) by Rodriguez (Cold Fact, 1969) [2:24]
5. Crucify Your Mind (Rodriguez) by Rodriguez (Cold Fact, 1969) [2:32]
6.  This Is Not A Song: It’s An Outburst; Or, The Establishment Blues  (Rodriguez) by Rodriguez (Cold Fact, 1969) [2:07]
7. Hate Street Dialogue (Harvey/ Colley/ Teodore) by Rodriguez (Cold Fact, 1969) [2:34]
8. Forget It (Rodriguez) by Rodriguez (Cold Fact, 1969) [1:50]                                                      
*9. Green (Vicent’s Tune) (?) by To-Yo Ma & The Silk Road Ensemble (Sing Me Home, 2016) {4:23}; the album “is a tribute to how culture Helps us all to meet, connect, & create something new” (Ma) feat Roomful of Teeth. Ma born Paris, grew up in NYC; Ma’s primary performance instrument is the cello nicknamed “Petunia”, built by Domenico Montagnana in 1733, and valued at US$2.5 million. It was named Petunia by a student who approached him after one of his classes in Salt Lake City asking if he had a nickname for his cello. He said, “No, but if I play for you, will you name it?” She chose Petunia and it stuck. Yo-Yo Ma accidentally left this cello in a taxicab in New York City in 1999, but it was quickly returned undamaged
10. Krushovitsa [Pear Liquor](Guyot/ Gougov/  Enkhjardal/ Bralkova [Tai-Tai] by Violons Barbares (Wplf’ Cry, 2018) [4:13]
* 11. Shingashi Song  (?) by To-Yo Ma & The Silk Road Ensemble (Sing Me Home, 2016) {5:05] feat Kaoru Watanabe.
12. Dancing Planet(Alhaj) by The Rahim Alhaj Trio (One Sky, 2018) [5:52]                                              
13. Stravinsky Lost In The Desert (Guyot/ Gougov/  Enkhjardal)  by Violons Barbares (Wplf’ Cry, 2018) [5:31]
 14. “Ankisma  Kaa Ka [Ride On Snow] (created by Ainu ancestors) by Oki Dub Ainu Band(Utarhythm,  2016) [4:49] from  Kanagawa , pt of Greater Tokyo. Oki master  tonkori (trad Ainu instrument with 5 strings) player.
* 15.Precherman (Gardot/ Staab) by Melody Gardot (Currency of Man, 2016) [4:32] from New Jersey, influenced by Judy Garland, Janis Joplin,  Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Stan Getz, George Gershwin etc. While riding her bike in Philadelphia in November 2003she was hit by an SUV that ran a red light. She suffered head and spinal injuries, and her pelvis was broken in two places. She was confined to a hospital bed for a year and had to remain lying on her back. She had to re-learn simple tasks, such as brushing her teeth and walking. She was left oversensitive to light and sound, requiring her to wear sunglasses most of the time. Gardot suffered short-term and long-term memory loss and had difficulty with her sense of time. She compared her recovery to “climbing Mount Everest every day” and often wakes with no memory of what she has to do that day. Gardot learned to hum, then began to sing into a tape recorder, and was eventually able to write songs that referred to her rehabilitation.
* 16. St James Infirmary  Blues  (?) by To-Yo Ma & The Silk Road Ensemble (Sing Me Home, 2016) [7:27] feat Rhianon Giddens, Michael Ward-Bergeman & Reylon Yount.                                                       
17. We Have Survived (Willoughby) by No Fixed Address (From My Eyes, 1982) [4:50]  froim s’track of Wrong Side of the Road (1988);for NAIDOC week. Willoughby from near Ceduna, S.A.
18. The Shaker (Adams) by Louise Adams (Limited  Edition, 2013) [4:37] from Mt Gambier, S.A.
19  Inner city Blues (Rodriguez) by Rodriguez (Cold Fact, 1969) [3:27]
20.  I Wonder (Rodriguez) by Rodriguez (Cold Fact, 1969) [2:34]

21. Like Janis (Rodriguez) by Rodriguez (Cold Fact, 1969) [2:36]
22.  Gommorah (A Nursery Rhyme) (Harvey/ Colley/ Theodore) by Rodriguez (Cold Fact, 1969) [2:21]
23. Rich Folks Hoax (Rodriguez) by Rodriguez (Cold Fact, 1969) [3:06]
24. Jane S. Piddy (Rodriguez) by Rodriguez (Cold Fact, 1969) [3:00]                                           [

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



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