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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 21/3/17 (PROGRAM 213) WORLD MUSIC

1.  Johnny B. Goode (Berry) by Chuck Berry (Rock and Roll Music, 1991) [2:40] died March 18, 2017.
2. Rock and Roll Music (Berry) by The Beatles (Beatles For Sale, 1964 [2:30]
3. thaat etME (Do NOT obey) (Sazler/ Ertel/ Melike/ Ahin) by Baba Zula (Do NOT Obey, 2015) [5:15] formed 1996, from Istanbul. Turkish psychedelic music.
4. Short Rhapsody (Xylouris/ White) by Xylouris White (Black Peak, 2016) [4:18] 2nd album; an unlikely duo. George Xylouris is a distinguished exponent of the Cretan lute, while Jim White is an Australian drummer, best known for his work with the instrumental rock bandDirty Three.
5. Mani (Brahim) by Aziza Brahim (Abbar el Hamada, 2016) [5:26] Born in 1976 in theSahrawi refugee camps, in the Tindouf region of Algeria where her mother had settled in late 1975, fleeing from the Moroccan occupation of Western Sahara; now lives in Spain. Her 4th studio album.
6. Kucuk Kurbaga (Froggie) (Sazler/ Ertel) by Baba Zula (Do NOT Obey, 2015) [5:59]
7. Ali Mullah by Musafir (Barsaat, 2002) [6:16] from Rajasthan; the musical form of interpretation is rooted in the music tradition of the “Sepera” – the gypsies of Rajasthan. The artists understand themselves as holy carriers of a spiritual tradition, that compared to the strict rules of the Muslim artists, allow women to be part of the music. Their 2nd album: “barsaat” mean “water” in Hindi.
7. Ozoro Omap (OKI/ Asanki Ekaci) by Oki Dub Ainu Band (Sakhalin Rock, 2010) [5:01] stoner music from Japan.
9. Derenis Destani (The Legend of Reisistance) (Sazler/ Ertel) by Baba Zula (Do NOT Obey, 2015) [6:00]
10. Black Peak (Xylouris/ White/ Stravrakakis) by Xylouris White (Black Peak, 2016) [5:31]
11.La Cordellera Negra (Brahim) by Aziza Brahim (Abbar el Hamada, 2016) [3:55]
12. Anacos (Peon) by Mercedes Peon (…—… SOS, 2010) [3:31] from Galicia in northern Spain; her 4th album.
13.  Los Muros  (Brahim) by Aziza Brahim (Abbar el Hamada, 2016) [4:41]
14. Falar Millor (Peon) by Mercedes Peon (…—… SOS, 2010) [3:53]
15. Balamji by Musafir (Barsaat, 2002) [9:15]
16. Raba Ramdev by Musafir (Gypsies of Rajasthan, 1997) [6:16] their 1st album.
17. Mama Africa (Sonko) by Lamine Sonko & The African Intelligence (Afro Empire, 2016) [4:16] Sonko from Senegal; others from Melbourne, where he now lives.
18. Wayeina [an exclamation of enjoyment] {Sangarre) by Oumou Sangarre (Oumou 2000?, orig  from Laban [released only on cassette in Mali], 2003) [5:35] from Mali: sometimes referred to as “The Songbird of Wassoulou”. Wassoulou is a historical region south of the Niger River, where the music descends from age-old traditional song, often with the accompaniment by a calabash, a percussion instrument which is struck with the palms, fingers, wrist or objects to produce a variety of percussive sounds.
19. Sabu [The Source] {Sangarre) by Oumou Sangarre (Oumou 2000?, orig Worotan,1996) [4:06]
20. Prosperity (Sonko) by Lamine Sonko & The African Intelligence (Afro Empire, 2016) [4:38]
21. Yalifu [Pelican] (Martinez/ Duran) by Aurelio [Martinez] (Darandi, Celebrating 30 Years at the Hearrt of Garifuna Music, 2016) [4:29] from Honduras; From 2006-2010, Martinez was a congressman, where he was the first black member of the National Congress of Hondura. Garafuna music from Central America, in which drums play an important role.

PLAYLIST FOR 21/2/17 (PROGRAM 210) STORIES/ LIBRARY

1. Sleep Tonite (McLeod) by Rory McLeod (Travelling Home, 1992) [7:05]
2. Tip Toe (Difranco)  by Ani Difranco (Not a Pretty Girl, 1995) [0:36]
3. Defending Our Homes (McLeod) by Rory McLeod (Travelling Home, 1992) [5:48]
4. San Francisco Scene (The Beat Generation) (Kerouac) by Jack Kerouac (The Beat Generation, 1992) [3:09]
5. The Million You Never Made  (Difranco)  by Ani Difranco (Not a Pretty Girl, 1995) [4:48]              
*6.  Angels & Sailors  (Jim Morrison/ Doors )by Jim Morrison/ Doors (An American Prayer, 1995] [2:47] orig rec 1978, 7 yrs after Morrison’s death, the band’s 9th & last studio album
*7.  We Float  (Harvey) by P.J. Harvey (Stories From The city Stories From The sea, 2000) [6:00]
* 8.Slow Motion Blues (Brozman)  by Bob Brozman (Post-Industrial Blues ) [3:46]
* 9.  Big Exit (Harvey) by P.J. Harvey (Stories From The city Stories From The sea, 2000) [6:00]                        
* 10.  Loco Como Yo by La Chiva Gantiva (Viivo, ) [3:37] band started by three percussion-playing Colombian students in Bussels, who got together with two Belgian musicians, plus one from France and another from Vietnam, to create their own high-energy Latin fusion.
* 11. Butterfly (Boine ?) by Mari Boine (Gávcci Jahkejuogu / Eight Seasons, 2002) [4:40] from Norway. Track 3.
* 12. Bitter Branches (Harvey) by P.J. Harvey (Let England Shake, 2011) [2:29]
* 13.  Liegga Gokčas Sis’ (In A Blanket Of Warmth) (Boine) by Mari Boine (Gávcci Jahkejuogu / Eight Seasons, 2002) [5:45]  Track7.
* 14. Let England Shake (Harvey) by P.J. Harvey (Let England Shake, 2011) [3:09]
15. Delta Dave by Geoff Achison (Another Mile, Another Minute, 2016) [3:59]
16. Song With No Trees (Sid Rumpo) by Sid Rumpo (First Offense, 1974) [8:15] formed Perth 1971, disbanded soon after release of this, their debut album.
17. Dead End Town (Bourne) by Shannon Bourne (Burn It Down, 2005) [3:33] Chris Wilson harp.
18. Lookin’ For Trouble (Jacobi) by Method (Tales From The New Frontier, 2014) [4:15]
19. Willow Weep For Me (Ronnell) by Yolanda & Music For Lovers (Yolanda & Music For Lovers, ?) [5:59]
20. Aberdeen Mississippi Blues (White) by Rory Block (Keepin’ Outta Trouble A Tribute to Bukka White, 2016) [4:20]; percussion by Block.
21. First of May (Siegel-Moss) by The Bottoms Up Blues Gang (Handle It, 2010) [3:38]
22. All Of My Days  (Schuman/ Gomez/ Smith)  by Hazmat Modine (Exra-Deluxe-Supreme, 2015) [4:50]

* Denotes CD borrowed from Castlemaine Library.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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