Get Your Groove Back

Presented by: Tony Peachey

Tuesday 11:00am - 1:00pm

GET YOUR GROOVE BACK (aka The Lifters & Leaners 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 13/7/21 (PROGRAM 425) Featured album: Kooper Session, 1969

* Scotty From Marketing’s Office Confirm Things Aren’t Going Well Enough For Us To Hear From Him : With NSW and the NT in full blown lockdown, and cases spreading throughout Victoria, WA and Queensland – the only signs of life we have seen from the Prime Minister is a photo of the back of his head in press shots from today’s ‘national cabinet meeting’. Scotty From Marketing still has one week to go in quarantine, after a very self-indulgent trip to London that served no purpose other than giving him an opportunity to be photographed alongside Biden and Boris. In the first 7 days of his post travel isolation, the PM has managed to lose his preferred Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack, and a handful of his remaining Cabinet Ministers who could be considered even remotely competent, to a National Party leadership spill initiated by the highly volatile Barnaby Joyce – who is currently the Acting PM while Australia descends back into a pandemic triggered by quarantine leaks. Residents in the states and territories currently exposed to community transmission are being urged to get their jabs as quick as possible, despite the fact that no one knows how or where to do that because there isn’t any information being offered to the public because the state governments have not been supplied with enough doses. This is because Scotty spent all of last year starting a trade war with China and trying to breathe air back into the fossil fuels sector in an effort to impress Donald Trump in the dying days of his presidency. The fact of the matter is, there aren’t enough jabs to go around, because Scotty put all our eggs in the AZ basket – because it was made by Oxford – that glorious British University that Tony Abbott, Alan Jones and Angus Taylor went to. However, the after it took several months longer than expected to arrive, Scotty had to slow down the program and ditched ‘roll-out targets’ in favour for ‘roll-out horizons’ – by drumming up medical skepticism surrounding the jab he’d just ordered 40 million doses of because it was proven to cause blood clots in 1 in 2 million people it was administered to. A rate just less than the likelihood of suffering a blood clot during international air travel. [Clancy Overell Betoota Advocate]

1. You and I (June) by Valerie June (The Moon & The Stars: Prescriptions For Dreamers, 2021) [3:39]
2. Colors (June) by Valerie June (The Moon & The Stars: Prescriptions For Dreamers, 2021) [4:20]
* 3. Manaus (?) by Alex & Nilusha (Moments In Time, 2012) [6:49] Alex Pertout( world percussion) from Chile; Nilusha Dassenaike( vocals ) from Sri Lanka;Miroslav Bukovsky (trumpet, flugelhorn); Dave Valentin (flute) ;Joe Chindamo( piano, accordion ); Leonard Grigorya(: guitar); Tony Gould (piano );  Andrew Jones (piano ); Craig Newman( bass );Saby Bhattachaya: (sarod ); David Jones (drums); from Melbourne.
* 4. Morning (?)  by Alex & Nilusha (Moments In Time, 2012) [5:29]
Featured album: Kooper Session (1969) by Al Kooper & Shuggie Otis et al
5. Bury My Body (Kooper/ Price) by Al Kooper & Shuggie Otis (Kooper Session, 1969) [9:00]
9. Double Or Nothing (Cropper/ Jones/ Dunn/ Jackson Jr)  by Al Kooper & Shuggie Otis (Kooper Session, 1969) [2:29]
10. One Room country Shack (Walton) by Al Kooper & Shuggie Otis (Kooper Session, 1969) [3:37]
11. Lookin’ For a Home (Forehand) by Al Kooper & Shuggie Otis (Kooper Session, 1969) [5:52]
12.  12:15 Slow Goonbash Blues (Kooper/ Otis) by Al Kooper & Shuggie Otis (Kooper Session, 1969) [9:29]
13. Shuggie’s Old Time dee-di-lee-di-leet-deet Slide Boogie (Kooper/ Otis) by Al Kooper & Shuggie Otis (Kooper Session, 1969) [4:05]
14. Shuggie’s Shuffle (Kooper/ Otis) by Al Kooper & Shuggie Otis (Kooper Session, 1969) [6:27]
15. Martyr (Roshani) by Roshani   (Deep, 2021) [3:15] born Sri Lanka, grew up inTamworth; currently in Sydney.
16.  Babylon (Roshani) by Roshani   (Deep, 2021) [2:54]
17. Hear Me Now (Roshani) by Roshani  (Deep, 2021) [2:22]
18. Stardust Scattering (June) by Valerie June (The Moon & The Stars: Prescriptions For Dreamers, 2021) [4:30]
19. Treat Me Bad (Nitor-Zammataro/ Noshiro/ Tyrell) by Izy [Eye Zee] (Irene,  2021) [3:28] orig from Cairns; now Melbourne.
20. Rock ‘n Roll (?) by Eylandt Band (Bush Bands Bash 2019, Free Sampler CD, 2019) [2:25]
21.  Tata Kulunpa (?) by Docker River (Bush Bands Bash 2019, Free Sampler CD, 2019) [2:38]
22. Girdim Oyun Havasi  (Ertel/ Akman) by Baba Zula (Kokler, 2007) [1:03]
* Denotes CD borrowed from Bendigo Library (Goldfields Library Corp)

PLAYLIST FOR 6/7/21 (PROGRAM 424)

Tweets of the weeK: 1. Sorely missed Victorian slang: Gigglemug (always smiling)…Got the mobs (temporary asadness)…Tight as a boiled owl (drunk)…sauce-box (the mouth) [Adrian Sharp]
2. [Photo of a young man & a beautiful young German shepherd] One of us just spent $600 to find out the other one has gas [Jesse McLaren]
3. I collect all cell phones & iPads from the kids at night & keep them in my room. Last night those little ***holes all set alarms to go off at various times throughout the night. I’m impressed with their ingenuity & team effort. They’re all grounded. {The OG Devil’s Advocate (aka Michelle)
4. All of my plans for the future involve me waking up tomorrow with a sudden sense of discipline & adherence to routine that I have never displayed once in my life [Rachel McCarthy James]

NAIDOC WEEK:
1. Kurongh Boy, Kurrongh Girl (Hunter) by Ruby Hunter  (Woodfor Maleny Folk Festival: 10th Celebration Compilation. Watching The Obi Flow, 1995; orig on Thoughts Within, 1994) [3:35]
2. Black Boy  (Lawire) by Coloured Stone (Koonibba Rock, 1984) [3:30] from Koonibba Mission, west of Ceduna, S.A.
3. Gadigal Land (Hirst/ Davidson/ Lawrie) by Midnight Oil  (The Makarrata Project, 2021) [4:45] with Dan Sultan, Joel Davidson, Kaleena Briggs & Bunna Lawrie
4. Pink Skirt (Donovan & The Putbacks) by Emma Donovan & The Putbacks (Crossover, 2020) [5:09]
5. We Have Suvived (Willoughby) by No Fixed Address  (From My Eyes, 1982) [4:50] mostly from S.A.. The band formed in 1979, split in 1984, with several brief reformations or guest appearances in 1987–1988 and 2008, before reuniting in 2016 and performing several times since then.
*6.  Concerto for Oud & Orchestra Movement 1 (Tawardros) by Josehp Tawardros, James Tawardros, Benjamin Northey & The Sydney Symphony Orchestra (Live @ The Sydney Opera Houise, 2020) [9:20]
*7.  Concerto for Oud & Orchestra Movement 2 (Tawardros) by Josehp Tawardros, James Tawardros, Benjamin Northey & The Sydney Symphony Orchestra (Live @ The Sydney Opera Houise, 2020) [8:21]
*8.  Concerto for Oud & Orchestra Movement 3 (Tawardros) by Josehp Tawardros, James Tawardros, Benjamin Northey & The Sydney Symphony Orchestra (Live @ The Sydney Opera Houise, 2020) [10:28]
*9. Distant Sky (Cave ) by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds (Skeleton Tree, 2016) [5:36] their 16th album; Else Torp additional vocals
10. Watch It Die (Fish/ Sweany) by Samantha Fish (Kill Or Be Kind, 2019) [5:00]
* 11. African Sky (Tawadros) by Joseph & James Tawadro (Live @ Abbey Road, 2017) [4:01]
* 12. Bagigi Bagougou (Tawadros) by Joseph & James Tawadro (Live @ Abbey Road, 2017) [1:26]
* 13. The Wizard (Tawadros) by Joseph & James Tawadro (Live @ Abbey Road, 2017) [2:18]
* 14. Valeti Boliyan  (Kang) by A.S.Kang (A Rough Guide to Bhangra: On Way ticket To British Asia, 2000) [6:21]
* 15.  Janj Mahi Ley Aya (Bharma) by Baldip Jabbler A Rough Guide to Bhangra: On Way ticket To British Asia, 2000 [5:21]
*16. Seba Metal (Tawadros) by Joseph & James Tawadro (Live @ Abbey Road, 2017) [1:40]   [15 min]
17. My Love (Medlan?) by Polly Medlan (WAM Demos From The Wheatbelt, 2019) [4:23] recorded @ Cummins Theatre, Merridan 256 kms east of Perth for local musos
18.  Out The Door (Nitor-Zammataro/ Noshiro/ Tyrell) by Izy [Eye Zee] (Irene,  2021) [4:04]

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

 

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