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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 11/9/18 (PROGRAM 289) Muldaur, Maria September 12, 1943 -; Rollins  Sonny September 7, 1930nee Walter Theodore “Sonny” Rollins
Maria Muldaur (born  Maria Grazia Rosa Domenica D’Amato Greenwich Village, NYC) began her career in the early 1960s as Maria D’Amato, performing with John SebastianDavid Grisman, and Stefan Grossman as a member of the Even Dozen Jug Band. She then joined Jim Kweskin & the Jug Band as a featured vocalist and occasional violinist. During this time, she was part of the Greenwich Village scene that included Bob Dylan, and some of her recollections of the period, particularly with respect to Dylan, appear in Martin Scorsese‘s 2005 documentary film No Direction Home. She married fellow Jug Band member Geoff Muldaur, and after the Kweskin group broke up, the two of them produced two albums. She began her solo career when their marriage ended in 1972, but retained her married name.
Walter Theodore “Sonny” Rollins  is an American (born NYC) jazz tenor saxophonist who is widely recognized as one of the most important and influential jazz musicians.[3] In a seven-decade career, he has recorded over sixty albums as a leader. A number of his compositions, including “St. Thomas“, “Oleo“, “Doxy“, “Pent-Up House”, and “Airegin“, have become jazz standards. Rollins has been called “the greatest living improviser”

1. Running a Country is a Very Big Job (Clarke) by  Clarke & Dawe [2:53]
2. Why Are People Like That? (Charles) by Maria Muldaur (Steady Love, 2011) [3:12]
3. It Ain’t The Meat, It’s The Motion  (Glover/ Mann) by Maria Muldaur (Meet Me Where They Play The Blues, 1999) [2:54]
4. Rain Down Tears (Glover/ Toombs) by Maria Muldaur (Steady Love, 2011) [4:30]
5. Blues So Bad (Helm/ Glover)  by Maria Muldaur (Meet Me Where They Play The Blues, 1999) [3
6.  Brighter Than Gold (Riebl/ Angus) by The Cat Empire (Steal The Light, 2013) 3:20]
7. Blues at 11 (Bogart) by Deanna Bogart (Pianoland, 2012) [2:28]
8.  Wild Animals (Angus) by The Cat Empire (Steal The Light, 2013) [4:03]
9. Start Wearing Purple (Hutz/ Gogol Bordello) by Gogol Bordello (Gypsy Punks: Underdog World  Strike,  2005) [3:26]
10. La Cura Del Espanto (Asenjo) by Chico Trujillo (Reina de Todas Las Fiestas, 2015) [4:27] from Chile; for Jo Chalman.
11. Sleep Won’t Sleep  (Riebl/ Angus) by The Cat Empire (Steal The Light, 2013) [4:44]
12. I’ve Told Every Star (Kern/ Hammerstein II) by Sonny Rollins (Oleo, 1959) [6:28]
13. St Thomas (Rollins) by Sonny Rollins (Saxophone Colossus,  1956) [6:45]
14. Strode Rode (Rollins) by Sonny Rollins (Saxophone Colossus,  1956) [5:14]                  [
15. Kenny (Ryan/ Ryan/ Fleck/ Emptage) by Max Ryan & Where Were You at Lunch (Before We Lose Each Other Again, 2012) [2:47] from Melbourne.
16. Mussolini vs Stalin (Hutz/ Gogol Bordello) by Gogol Bordello (Voi-la Intruder, 2002) [2:44]
17. Paul Newman (Scurry) by The Grand Magoozi (The Grand Magoozi, 2016?) [2:36] from Melb.
18. Graham (Martin/ Smith) by Twisted Whisper (Bring Out Your Dead, 2016) [2:45] rec Townsville.
19. Louisa (Tesky Bros) by The Tesky Bros (Half Mile Harvest, 2017) [3:06] from Yarra Glen..
20. Sandy (Stewart) by Piping Hot – The Band (No Regrets, 1992) [5:54] from Warnambool
21.  On a Boat (Boulle) by Haba Dudes (Dizzy Street, 2017) [3:48] one for Dutton… Band leader Mark Boulle (born Sth Africa) Mark Boulle is an independent musician and recording artist from the Gold Coast, Australia. As of January 2016 he has released seven albums, five of them with his band, the Haba Dudes. He describes his music as “indie folk”
22. Soulful Dress (McAlister/ Vali) by Maria Muldaur (Steady Love, 2011) [3:06]
23. Sloppy Drunk (Lane) by Jimmy Rogers (Hard Working Man, 1992) [3:03] rec Chicago 13/4/54.

PLAYLIST FOR 4/9/18 (PROGRAM 288) Deanna Bogart (b 5/9/59), Reed, Jimmy ( 6/9/25 –29/8/76)

Bogart, from Detroit, began her career in the Maryland-area with the ensemble Cowboy Jazz, and following that band’s breakup in 1986, a stint playing with Root Boy Slim. In the early 1990s she began her solo career. In 2013, Bogart was nominated for a Blues Music Award in the ‘Pinetop Perkins Piano Player’ category. Two years later she won a Blues Music Award in the ‘Instrumentalist – Horn’ category

Reed
from Dunleith, Miss, his songs such as “Honest I Do” (1957), “Baby What You Want Me To Do” (1960), “Big Boss Man” (1961), and “Bright Lights, Big City” (1961) appeared on both Billboard magazine‘s rhythm & blues and Hot 100 singles charts.  Reed influenced other musicians, such as Elvis Presley, Hank Williams Jr., and the Rolling Stones, who recorded his songs. Music critic Cub Koda describes him as “perhaps the most influential bluesman of all” due to his easily accessible style

1. The Kindness of Strangers(Clarke) by Clarke & Dawe [2:50]
2. Too Little, Too Late (Hole) by Dave Hole (Goin’ Back Down, 2018) [3:59]
3. Toad Road (Hannaford) by Ross Hannaford (Hanna, 2015) [6:07]
4. Who’s Next? (Lehrer) by Tom Lehrer (That Was The Year That Was, 1965)[2:36] one for the feral Liberal Party.
5. If It’s Gonna Be Like This (Bogart) by Deanna Bogart (Just a Wish Away…, 2014) [3:20]
6. Death Ray Boogie (Johnson) by Deanna Bogart (Pianoland, 2012) [2:21]
7. Tightrope (Bramhall/ Vaughan) by Deanna Bogart (Just a Wish Away…, 2014) [4:03]
8. Conversing With Lincoln (Bogart) by Deanna Bogart (Just a Wish Away…, 2014) [4:42]
9. Pianoland (Bogart) by Deanna Bogart (Pianoland, 2012) [7:08]
10. I Don’t Go For That (Reed) by Jimmy Reed (Bright Lights Big City [His Greatest Hits], 1992)[2:43] rec Chicago 18/7/55.
11. Baby What You Want Me To Do (Reed) by Etta James (Etta James Rocks This House, 1992) [4:14] rec live Nashville, 1963.
12. Ain’t That Lovin’ You Baby (Reed) by Etta James (Etta James Rocks This House, 1992) [2:52]
13. You’ve Got Me Dizzy  (Reed) by Jimmy Reed (Bright Lights Big City [His Greatest Hits], 1992) [2:51] rec Chicago 3/10/56.
14. You Don’t Have To Go (Reed) by Geoff Achison & Chris Wilson (Box of Blues, 2012) [4:06]
15. Ain’t That Lovin’ You Baby (Reed) by Jo Jo Zep & The Falcons (Ricochet, 2003) [2:53]
16. You Don’t Have To Go (Reed) by Jimmy Reed (Bright Lights Big City [His Greatest Hits], 1992) [3:06] rec Chicago 30/12/53.
17.  Little Rain (Abner/ Reed) by The Stones  (Blue & Lonesome, 2016) [3:32]
18. Black, Brown White (Broonzy/ McLeod) by Rory McLeod (Travelling Home, 1992) [3:18] one for Peter Dutton & the French au pair who was not deported. No impropriety there….
19. Don’t Put The Blame  (Castagno/ Tiven) by Debbie Davies (After The Fall, 2012) [3:01]
20. Money To Burn (Fish) by Dani Wilde, Victoria Smith  & Samantha Fish (Girls With Guitars,  2012) [10:08] rec live Germany 11/2/2012.
21.St Louis Blues  (Handy) by Big Bill Broonzy (Members’ Edition, 1996) [2:29]
22. All I Got Belongs To You (Broonzy) by Big Bill Broonzy (Members’ Edition, 1996) [3:11]
23. Sixteen Tons (Travis) by Big Bill Broonzy (Members’ Edition, 1996) [2:16]

 

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