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 17/3/20 (PROGRAM 363) EILEN JEWELL/ POST WOMAD

* Quote of the week: I’m bilingual. I speak English and over women.

* Tweet of the week: have we tried turning 2020 on & off again?

1. Star of Wonder(Clarke) by Fred Dagg [0:19]
2.La Puerta Del Sol (La Puerta Del Sol) by Santana (Experienced! Mojo Presents 15 Tracks Inspired by The Jimi Hendrix Experince, 2006; orig on Soul Sacrifice, 1968) [10:16]
3. Aizu Bandaisan [Treasure Mountain]  (?) by Minyo Crusaders (Echoes of Japan, 2017) [5:42]
4. Who Else But You (Jewell) by Eilen Jewell (Gypsy, 2019) [3:38]
5. Run With The Dogs (Savage) Cash Savage & The Last Drinks (One of Us, 2016) [5:09]
6. Little White Cat (McCue) by Anne McCue (Blue Sky Thinkin’, 2015) [2:56]
7. Kitty Cat (Neilson) by Tami Neilson (Sassafras!, 2018) [2:03]
8. Soulful Dress (McAlister/ Vali) by Maria Muldaur (Steady Love, 2011) [3:08]
9. You Ain’t Woman Enough (To Take My Man) (Lynn) by Eilen Jewell (Butcher Holler: A Tribute To Loretta Lynn, 2010) [2:25]
10. Sorry For Saying F*ck (Rae) by Gleny Rae Virus (Diggin’ a Hole, 2018) [3:37] A country girl with an international heart, Gleny Rae Virus is a multi instrumentalist and educator who believes that music can build community and improve lives. She straddles a teaching and performance career just as easily as riding a quarter horse on a stock route.  Gleny Rae Virus maintains her connection with rural Australia, playing gigs from outback shearing sheds and rodeos to international showcases in Nashville Tennessee and Austin Texas. She is an active advocate for refugee rights since appearing in the ground breaking television reality documentary Go Back to Where You Came From in 2011.
11. The Darkest Day (Jewell) by Eilen Jewell (Sea of Tears, 2007) [2:32]
12. Dialogue (AlHaj) by the  Rahim AlHaj Trio (One Sky, 2018) [6:50]
13. Missing (Burns/ Convenino) by Calexico ((The Black Light, 1989/2018) [6:01]
14. La Corbata Barata (Gomez/ Eckroth/ Plasse) by Orquestra Akokan (Orchestra Akokan, 2018) [5:26}
15. Over Again (Jewell) by Eilen Jewell (Queen of the Minor Key, 2011) [4:02]
16. Let Down (Fiol) by Flor De Toloache (Mariarchi, 2014) [5:49]
17. Home To Me Jewell) by Eilen Jewell (Queen of the Minor Key, 2011) [2:55]
18. Ain’t No Grave Gonna Hold My Body Down (Parr) by Charlie Parr (When The Devil Goes Blind, 2010) [3:12]
19. Diggin’ a Hole (Rae) by Gleny Rae Virus (Diggin’ a Hole, 2018) [4:11]
20. Dig Two Graves (McCue) by Anne McCue (Blue Sky Thinkin’, 2015) [3:08]
21. Nothing In Rambling (Lawlers) by Eilen Jewell (Down Hearted Blues, 2017) [3:05]

 

PLAYLIST FOR 24/3/20 (PROGRAM 364) Seasick Steve  March 19, 1951 nee Steven Gene Wold ( Leach); Sister Rosetta Tharpe March 20, 1915 – October 9, 1973; Bill Frisell 18 March 1951

* ALIA’s (Oz Library & Info Assoc) response to  COVID-19: We negotiated a special copyright agreement with our friends in the book industry – the Australian Publishers Association and Australian Society of Authors – to enable virtual storytimes to be recorded and livestreamed (! of 7).

*”Old age is the most unexpected of all the things that can happen to a man” (Leon Trotsky)

1.Australian Elections. Available in Your Size. Call Now. Clarke and Dawe [1:57]
2.Sweet Rose (Jewell) by Eilen Jewell (Sea of Tears, 2009) [3:10]
3. What Is The Soul of a Man? (Tharpe) by Sister Rosetta Tharpe (Up Above My Head, 2008) [2:32]
4. Fold (Staines/ Coyle) by Emily Grant (Turning Around, 2014) [5:45] duo Emily Coyle & Grant Staines from Melbourne(?)
5. Indian Summer (Easton) by Mark Easton (Free Yourself, 2020?) [5:41]
*6. Hate Da Winter  (Wold) by Seasick Steve (Can U Cook?, 2018) [4:38]
7. Yala (Govetas)by Bill Frisell (The Intercontinentals, 2013) [5:47] his 22nd album (has recorded 16 since)
8. 747 (Callahan) by Bill Callahan (Shepherd in a Sheepskin Vest, 2019) [3:27]
9. Watch Me Get Married (Callahan) by Bill Callahan (Shepherd in a Sheepskin Vest, 2019) [3: 12]
10. 1890 (Parr) by Charlie Parr (When The Devil Goes Blind, 2010) [3:11]
*11. Ain’t Nothing But a Thang (Wold) by Seasick Steve (Can U Cook?, 2018) [4:05]
12. This Thing (Adams) by Louise Adams (Limited Edition EP, 2013) [3:46]
13. Heaven Is Not My Home (Tharpe) by Sister Rosetta Tharpe (Up Above My Head, 2008) [2:42]
14. In Hell I’ll Be In Good Company (The Dead South) by The Dead South (Good Company, 2016) [4:05]
15. Company (Wold) by Seasick Steve (Can U Cook?, 2018) [5:16]
16. Hohai Bushi (?) by Minyo Crusaders (Echoes of Japan, 2017) [5:10]
17. Akita Nikata Bushi (?) by Minyo Crusaders (Echoes of Japan, 2017) [5:47]
18. Drama (Arocena) by Dayme Arocena (Nueva Era, 2015) [3:30] from Cuba; played WOMADelaide 2018.
19. Into The Valley (The Dead South) by The Dead South (Good Company, 2016) [6:12]
20. Yirimadjo (Durian) by Trio Da Kali (Trio Da Kali, 2015) [5:12]
21 . Hava is the Future (Hantel) by Shantel & The Bucovina Club Orkestar (Shantel & The Bucovina Club Years, 2005?) [3:33]

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