Get Your Groove Back

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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 29/ 8/ 2023 (PROGRAM 522)

Tweets/ memes/ etc:

* “The dregs of the once all-powerful Liberal Party has made it known …that they plan to drop everything and focus all of their resources and manpower towards ensuring the upcoming referendum for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament is unsuccessful. While the party continues to limp on in the wake of the 2022 federal election bloodbath, and it seems approval ratings for Opposition Leader Peter Dutton and the rest of his colleagues have continued to soar directly downwards. But they’ve got a plan to turn this around! Firstly, by undermining the upcoming referendum – which aims to install a system that might help politicians better understand the very real and immediate social issues facing the Indigenous community.. as more and more high profile figures come out in support of The Indigenous Voice, the Liberals are growing increasingly nervous that this referendum result might be similar to the last 5 or 6 elections in Australia. Where the polls, newspapers and politicians themselves wrongly assumed the Liberals were going to win because they live in a detached bubble of political and media elites. They are also terrified that a successful Indigenous Voice referendum will mean that they have to interact with more than two of them.” [Clancy Overell, Betoota Advocate]

1. The Other Time (Alhaj)  by Rahim Alhaj & Yacouba Sissoko (Little Earth, 2010) [5:24]
2. Angata [Let’s Do It] by Ballake & Baba Sissoko (Sisswoko & Sissoko, 2019) [6:03]
3. Ici Bas [Down Here]  (Songhoy Blues) by Songhoy Blues (Resistance, 2017) [3:48] feat Mamamou Kouyate (kora)
4.Ridhika [Contentment] (Suleiman) by Rajab Sleiman & Kithara – Chungu (Zanzibar 8, 2013 [10:54] Saada Nassor vocals
5. Tchegniba [The Beautiful Heart]  (Kouyate) by Kandia Kouyate (Biriko, 2002) [5:40]
6. Dissa (Diabate/ Diabate) by Trio Da Kali (Trio Da Kali EP, 2015) [4:10]
Interview with Phil Manning including the following tracks:
7. When a Man Loves a Woman  (Lewis/ Wright) by Manning [4:44] live late 70s/early 80s
8. Shut Downtown (Manning) by Phil Manning (Out Of My Shed, 2022) [3:48]
9. Pilgrimage  (Harvey/ Sullivan/ Mason/ Morgan/ Manning) by Chain (Live, 1970) [8:41]
10. Worn Out Shoes (Manning) by Phil Manning (Out Of My Shed, 2022) [3:20]
11. Saltwater River (Burns) by Unsealed Road  (Small Tokens of Love & Regret, 2015) [4:13]
12. Lost Like Me (Speigel) by Lloyd Spiegel (Bakhouse Dozen, 2023) [3:33] from Melbourne
13.  Show Me Home (Manning)  by Chain (Live, 1970) [3:27] 1969 single


PLAYLIST FOR 22/8/2023 (PROGRAM 521)

Tweets/memes/ etc:

* “‘Poorly written and filled with factual errors’. News Corp’s new ai writtem articles massively improving editorial standards” [The Chaser]

* “Crazy how beavers just see running water and think to themselves ‘well someone has to put a stop to this'” [Royce Hamen]

* “Local Woman Forced To Stand Awkwardly As Social Butterfly Boyfriend Has 15 Minute Convo With Random Stranger” [Betoota Advocate headline]

1. Yirimi Gundir [ Children, Follow] (Leone) by Fred Leone [3:05] 2023 single; Leone is a Butchulla songman with Aboriginal, Tongan & south sea islander blood, a past member of The Black Arm Band & founder of QLD’s only indigenous owned record label, Impossible Odds Records.
2. Out of the Unknown (Peno/ Myers) by Died Pretty [4:09] 1984 single
3. Mirror Blues (Peno/ Myers) by Died Pretty [10:10]  1984 single
*4. Ravendhi (Violaine Corradi) by Violaine Corradi (Drailion: Cirque Du Soleil, 2004) [4:38]
*5. Detigiou (Sissoko) by Ballake Sissoko  (Deli, 2000) [6:17] Mama Draba vocals 3rd of 12 albums
*6. Baya Baya (Sissoko) by Ballake Sissoko  (Deli, 2000) [4:36]
*7 Walrus (Perry) by D.D. Dumbo (Utopia Defeated, 2016) [3:11] nee Oliver Hugh Perry
* 8 Alihukwe  (Perry)  by D.D. Dumbo (Utopia Defeated, 2016) [3:58]
*9. Brother (Perry)  by D.D. Dumbo (Utopia Defeated, 2016) [3:42]
10. Circle of One (Adams) by Oleta Adams (Circle of One, 1990) [3:55]
11. Will The Circle Be Unbroken (Carter)  by The  Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, 1972) [4:50] their 7th album of 12 albums in various guises, beginning 1966
12.  Backlash Blues  (Simone) by Wendy Saddington & Copperwine (Live, 1971)[4:16]
13. Final Twist  (Peno/ Myers) by Died Pretty (Next To Nothing EP, 1985) [4:19]
14, The 2000 Year Old Murder (Peno/ Myers) by Died Pretty  (Free Dirt, 1986) [4:31]
15. The Fall  (Davies/ Castagno) by Debbie Davies (After The Fall, 2012) [4:40] nee 22/8/52
16.  Without Her (Liban) by John Mayall with Sonny Landreth & Debbie Davies (A Sense of Place, 1990) [3:36]
17. Two Good Men (Guthrie)  by Bruce Hearn & The Machinists, incl Kavisha Mazella (Woody: Songs of Freedom, 2017) [5:15] Saco & Vanzetti executed 23/8/ 1927
18. Walt Whitman’s Niece  (Guthrie) by Billy Bragg & Wilco (Mermaid Avenue, 1998) [3:53]
19. Sensitive Kind (Cale) by John Mayall (A Sense of Place, 1990) [5:18]
20. Going To a Gaggle (Davies) by Debbie Davies (After The Fall, 2012) [3:49)

* Denotes CD borrowed fromBendigo Library (Goldfields Library Corp)

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