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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.

Join me next week (24/9/) when I will be celebrating what would have been Wendy Saddington’s birhtday (26/9/1943 – 21/6/2013)

PLAYLIST FOR 17/9/19 (PROGRAM 339)

Jimi Hendrix November 27, 1942 – September 18, 1970 nee Johnny Allen Hendrix; 
Blind Willie  Johnson
January 25, 1897 – September 18, 1945 ) was an American gospel blues singer, guitarist and evangelist. His landmark recordings completed between 1927 and 1930—thirty songs in total—display a combination of powerful “chest voice” singing, slide guitar skills, and originality that has influenced later generations of musicians. Even though Johnson’s records sold well, as a street performer and preacher he had little wealth in his lifetime.
Leo Kottke nee 11/9/45; rec 37 studio & live albums plus 4 s’tracks. Born in Athens, Georgia, Kottke moved with his parents so frequently that he was raised in twelve different states. As a youth living in Muskogee, Oklahoma, he was influenced by folk and delta blues music, notably that of Mississippi John Hurt. Kottke learned to play trombone and violin before trying the guitar and developing his own unconventional picking style. In the early 1980s, Kottke began to suffer from painful tendinitis and related nerve damage caused by his vigorous and aggressive picking style (particularly on the 12-string guitar). As a result, he changed his picking style to a classical style, using the flesh of his fingertips and increasingly small amounts of fingernail rather than fingerpicks, and changing the positioning of the right hand to place less stress on the tendons. He studied more classical and jazz-oriented compositional and playing techniques.

7 things every child needs to hear:
1. I love you
2. I am proud of you
3. I am sorry
4. I forgive you
5. I am listening
6. Capitalism is a tool of the upper class designed to keep people struggling, oppressed  & docile
7. You have what it takes

1. Best comedy sketch ever? by Kevin Bridges [4:59]
2.  Short Memory (Garrett/ Hirst/ Moginie) by Midnight Oil (10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1, 1982) [3:52] one for Gladys Lui who belatedly remembered being a member of  the China Overseas Exchange Association  an organisation designed to exert influence on foreign governments and expatriate Chinese, between 2003 and 2015, despite denying any involvement with the body only the day before.
3. Gypsy Eyes  (Hendrix) by The Jimi Hendrix Experience (Electric Ladyland, 1968) [3:44]
4.Ojo (Kottke) by Leo Kottke (6 @ 12 String Guitar, 1969) [2:16]
5. Jack Fig (Kottke) by Leo Kottke (6 @ 12 String Guitar, 1969) [2:16]
6. What Is This Game? (Ingley) by Yolanda Ingley II (Woman Got To Cry, 2018) [5:22]
7. Come On (Let The Good Times Roll) (King) by The Jimi Hendrix Experience (Electric Ladyland, 1968) [4:09]
8. Are You Experienced ? (Hendrix) by Patti Smith (Twelve, 2007) [4:46]
9. Machine Gun (Hendrix) by Anne McCue  (Roll, 2004) [9:24]
10. Overwhelms Me (Stout) by The Hoodoo Men (Found The Blues, 2019) [5:13] from Melbourne.
11. Hoodoo Man (Stout) by The Hoodoo Men (Found The Blues, 2019) [5:26]
12. Voodoo Chile (Hendrix) by The Jimi Hendrix Experience (Electric Ladyland, 1968) [15:00]
13. Soul of a Man (trad) by Tom Waits  (God Don’t Never Change: The Songs of Blind Willie Johnson, 2016) [3:29]
14.  Walk By Faith (Bruton) by Maria Muldaur (Steady Love, 2011) [4:04]
15. Jesus Is Coming (Johnson) by The Cowboy Junkies (God Don’t Never Change: The Songs of Blind Willie Johnson, 2016) [3:29]
16. As An Eagle Stirreth In Her Nest  (Brewster) by Maria Muldaur (Steady Love, 2011)[4:26]
17.  God Don’t Never Change (Johnson) by Lucinda Williams (God Don’t Never Change: The Songs of Blind Willie Johnson, 2016) [4:24]
18. Itaat Etme/Do Not Obey (Ertel/ Akman/ Tsoukalas) by Baba Zula (Do Not Obey, 2015) [5:13] an anecdote to the above…

PLAYLIST FOR 10/9/19 (PROGRAM 338) Maria Muldaur’s birthday 12/9/43: has recorded 38 studio & live solo albums + 4 with Jerry Garcia Band + 2 with Paul Butterfield’s Better Days + 7 others (incl 2 with Linda Ronstadt & 1 with Elvin Bishop); Leo Kottke September 11, 1945.

Muldaur was born Maria Grazia Rosa Domenica D’Amato in Greenwich VillageNew York City. Muldaur 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.[3] Her first solo album, Maria Muldaur, released in 1973, contained her hit single “Midnight at the Oasis

1. Australian media. An in-depth analysis (Clarke) by Clarke & Dawe [2:37]
2. Georgia Grind (Allen/ Williams) by Maria Muldaur (Don’t You Feel My Leg: The Naughty Bawdy Blues of Blue Lu Barker, 2018)[4:52]
3. Get Up Get Ready (Steen) by Eric Bibb, Rory Block & Maria Muldaur (Sisters & Brothers, 2004) [4:26] an example of her religious bent.
4. Leave My Man Alone (White) by Maria Muldaur (Don’t You Feel My Leg: The Naughty Bawdy Blues of Blue Lu Barker, 2018)[3:43]
5. Loan Me Your Husband (D. Barker) by Maria Muldaur (Don’t You Feel My Leg: The Naughty Bawdy Blues of Blue Lu Barker, 2018)[4:12]
6. Roll With Me Henry (Ballard/ James/ Otis) by Vika Bull & the Essential R&B Band ((The Etta James Story, 2013) [2:51]
7. It Ain’t The Meet It’s The Motion (Glover/ Mann) by Maria Muldaur (Meet Me Where They Play The Blues, 1999) [2:55]
8.  Bessie’s Advice (Muldaur/ Bibb) by Eric Bibb, Rory Block & Maria Muldaur (Sisters & Brothers,   2004) [7:05]
9. Skat Skunk (L.Barker) by Maria Muldaur (Don’t You Feel My Leg: The Naughty Bawdy Blues of Blue Lu Barker, 2018)[3:49]
10. Now You’re Down In The Alley (D. Barker) by Maria Muldaur (Don’t You Feel My Leg: The Naughty Bawdy Blues of Blue Lu Barker, 2018)[3:39]
11. Here’s a Little Girl From Jacksonville (D. Barker) by Maria Muldaur (Don’t You Feel My Leg: The Naughty Bawdy Blues of Blue Lu Barker, 2018)[4:24]
12. Lovesick Blues (Friend/ Mills)  by Vika Bull & the Essential R&B Band ((The Etta James Story, 2013) [3:15]
13. Nix On Those Lush Heads (L. Barker/ Glenn) by Maria Muldaur (Don’t You Feel My Leg: The Naughty Bawdy Blues of Blue Lu Barker, 2018)[3:42]
14. Bow Legged Daddy (D. Barker) by Maria Muldaur (Don’t You Feel My Leg: The Naughty Bawdy Blues of Blue Lu Barker, 2018)[2:55]
15. I Want a Tall Skinny Pappa (Millinder/ Stafford) by Marcia Ball with Tracy Nelson, Maria Muldaur & Angela Strehli (Shout Sister Shout! A Tribute to Sister Rosetta Tharpe, 2003) [3:13]
16. Trombone Man Blues (Black/ D. Barker/ Gayle) by Maria Muldaur (Don’t You Feel My Leg: The Naughty Bawdy Blues of Blue Lu Barker, 2018)[3:28]
17. A Little Bird Told Me (Brooks) by Maria Muldaur (Don’t You Feel My Leg: The Naughty Bawdy Blues of Blue Lu Barker, 2018)[2:20]
18. Blues So Bad (Helm/ Glover) ) by Maria Muldaur (Meet Me Where They Play The Blues, 1999) [3:34]
19. Handy Andy (Razaf) by Maria Muldaur (Don’t You Feel My Leg: The Naughty Bawdy Blues of Blue Lu Barker, 2018)[4:27]
20. Me & My Chaufeur Blues (Lawler) by Maria Muldaur (…First Came Memphis Minnie, 2012) [3:13]
21. Don’t You Feel My Leg (L. Barker/ D. Barker/ Mayo) by Maria Muldaur (Don’t You Feel My Leg: The Naughty Bawdy Blues of Blue Lu Barker, 2018)[3:59]
22. Vaseline Machine Gun  (Kottke) by Leo Kottke (6 @ 12 String Guitar, 1969) [3:12] his 1st album.

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