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 23/6/20 (PROGRAM 376) Manu Chao nee José-Manuel Thomas Arthur Chao, June 21, 1961; Ford Model T  (probably) June 24, 1923 – July 16, 2013 nee James Lewis Carter Ford ; Pokey LaFarge June 26, 1983 nee Andrew Heissler; Wendy Saddington 26 September 1949 – 21 June 2013

Refugees/ Armchair Traveller

* 1. Clarke & Dawe – Unsettling News For Australian Film Investors [2:41] 
2. Take This Hammer (Mahal) by Taj Mahal & Toumani Diabate (Kulanjan, 1999) [5:01] vocals Taj & Ramatou Diakite, who’s played with Salif Keita & Toumani Diabate for many years.
3. Maat (Jaboteh) by Sona Jaboteh (Motherland s’track, 2010) [4:38] Jobarteh, born in London with Gambian heritage, is the first female Kora virtuoso from a prestigious West African Griot family, coming from a long line of hereditary musicians. She is the granddaughter of the Master Griot Amadu Bansang whilst her cousin is Toumani Diabaté
4. The Other Time (Alhaj) by Rahm Alhaj (Little Earth, 2010) [5:24] with Yacouba Sissoko (kora, from Mali, since 1998 in US) ; In 1991, after the first Gulf War, AlHaj was forced to leave Iraq due to his political activism against the Saddam Hussein regime and began his life in Jordan and Syria. He moved to the U.S. in 2000 as a political refugee

Birthdays (mostly)

5. Mentira [Lie] (Chao?) by Mannu Chao (Clandistino/ Bloody Border, 2019) [4:37] born José-Manuel Thomas Arthur Chao, June 21, 1961 is a French musician of Spanish descent. He sings in French, Spanish, English, Italian, Arabic, Catalan, GalicianPortugueseGreekand occasionally in other languages. Chao began his musical career in Parisbusking and playing with groups such as Hot Pants and Los Carayos, which combined a variety of languages and musical styles. With friends and his brother Antoine Chao, he founded the band Mano Negra in 1987, achieving considerable success, particularly in Europe. He became a solo artist after its breakup in 1995, and since then tours regularly with his live band, Radio Bemb; Clandestino orig rel 1998, his !st full length recording
6. Underground (LaFarge) by Pokey Lafarge & the South City Three (Middle of Everywhere, 2011) [3:27]
7. Five People Said I Was Crazy (Saddington/ Copper Wine by Wendy Saddington & Copper Wine (Live, 1971/2011) [7:36]
8. Sail On (Ford) by Model T Ford  (She Ain’t None of Your’n, 2000) [3:30}
9. I’m Sailin’ (Lawlers) by Maria Muldaur (First Came Memphis Minnie, a Loving Tribute, 2012) [3:45]

Mixed bag

10.  Istavrit Oyun Havasi [Horse Mackerel] (?) by Baba Zula (Kokler, 2007) [1:47]
11. Proxima (McKenna) by Tess McKenna (Before You Wandered In, 2019) [5:04]            
*13. Down Home Girl Butler) by The Rainbow Girls [3:57]
13. Goodbye Barcelona (LaFarge) by Pokey Lafarge (Smething In The Water, 2015) [4:43]
14. Modern Blue (Cash/ Leventhal) by Rosanne Cash (The River & The Thread, 2014) [3:02]   

Sunny disposition

15. Sunshine of Your Love (Bruce/ Brown/ Clapton) by Liam Bailey et al (Sunshine of Your Love: A Concert For Jack Bruce 24/10/2015, 2019) [8:03]
16. Sunny Side of the Street (LaFarge) by Pokey Lafarge & the South City Three (Middle of Nowhere, 2011) [2:49]
*17. Summer In The City (Sebastian) by Lovin’ Spoonful [2:30] from 1966
18. Summertime (Hayward/ Gershwin) by Janis Joplin & The Holding Company (Cheap Thrills, 1068) [4:01]
19. I’ll Follow The Sun (Lennon/ McCartney) by The Beatles (Beatles For Sale, 1964) [1:47][19 min]

 

PLAYLIST FOR 16/6/20 (PROGRAM 375) arm chair musical journey around the world

*”Narrowing of taste…is always to be fought against, because it narrows our lives…Music…gets past our defences and sometimes, if we are not feeling receptive to it, it can seem like a violation. But being ravished by music can also be one of life’s most intensely pleasurable experiences.” Andrew  Ford, The Memory of Music, 2017)

1. Clarke & Dawe – A Keen Sports Follower [2:23]
2. Blues Everywhere I Go (Shirley) by Odetta  {Holmes](Blues Everywhere I Go, 1999) [4:53]
3. Every Day I Have The Blues (York) by The Movin’ & Groovin’ Orchestra (Movin’ & Groovin’ Orachestra, 1992) [5:53] David Williamson vocals
4. Unemployment Blues (trad) by Odetta (Blues Everywhere I Go, 1999) [4:05]
5. They Wonder Who I Am (Hopkins) by Lightnin’ Hopkins (The Blues, 2013) [2:23]
6. Skin Deep (Guy/ Hambridge/ Nicholson) by Buddy Guy (Skin Deep, 2008) [4:30] feat Derek Trucks; one for Kath (playing for change)
7. Abbar el Hamada [Across the Hamada and refers to the word the Sahrawi use to describe the rocky desert landscape their refugee camps] (Brahim) by Aziza Brahim (Abbar el Hamada, 2016) [3:36] She was born in 1976 in the Sahrawi refugee camps, in the Tindouf region of Algeria where her mother had settled in late 1975, fleeing from the Moroccan occupation of Western Sahara. Her father remained in El Aaiun where he later died. Due to the Western Sahara War, Aziza never met him. Growing up in the severe conditions of the desert camps, Aziza discovered music as both a source of entertainment and a natural way to express and communicate her personal emotions and thoughts of resistance. At the age of 11, she received a scholarship to study in Cuba, as many Sahrawi students at the time. She wanted to study music, but was rejected. She left school and returned to the refugee camps in 1995, pursuing her musical career. Since 2000 she has lived in Spain.
8. Baraka [a blessing power, a kind of continuity of spiritual presence and revelation that begins with God and flows through that and those closest to God. Baraka can be found within physical objects, places, and people, as chosen by God. (Brahim) by Aziza Brahim (Abbar el Hamada, 2016) [3:51]
9. When You’re Not Yourself You’re No-one (Garden Quartet/ Kasraie) by Garden Quartet (Garden Quartet, 2019) [6:39] billed @ Wangaratta Blues & Jazz Festival (2019/2020?) blur says Garden Quartet blends contemporary Persian and Western motifs, creating Iranian-Australian world music in a way not heard before. Emotive and delicate pieces, entwined with subtle pop sensibilities, lift into vibrant and triumphant movements, guaranteed to sway the heart and persuade the feet to tap.
10. Speak Forever (Garden Quartet/ Ebtehaj) by Garden Quartet (Garden Quartet, 2019) [3:31]
11. The Garden (Sheva?) by Sheva (Sheva, 2002) [6:33]   Sheva means 7 (in Hebrew), the number of musos in the band). The band members come from Muslim and Jewish backgrounds and the main theme in their songs is the call for peace in the Middle East and around the world.
12. Yassus [Hello] (Sheva?) by Sheva (Sheva, 2002) [5:03]
13. Prophet’s Dance (Sheva?) by Sheva (Sheva, 2002) [5:30]
14. Turkish (Sheva?) by Sheva (Sheva, 2002) [9:03]
15. Japon Halayi  [Japanese hakay, a regional category of folk dance styles in central and southeastern Anatolia. (?) by Baba Zula (Kokler, 2007) [0:41] everyone’s favourite Istanbul band    [20min]
16. Heybeli Faton  (?) by Baba Zula (Kokler, 2007) [2:03]
17. Orion  (Sanchez/ Quitiero) by Rodrigo y Gabriella (Rodrigo y Gabriella, 2005) [7:43]
18. Jarabi [Beloved] (trad/ arr Diabate) by Ketami, Toumani Diabate & Daanny Thompson (Songai, 1988) [3:38]
19. Los Muros [The Walls] (Brahim) by Aziza Brahim (Abbar el Hamada, 2016) [4:41]

 

PLAYLIST FOR 9/6/20 (PROGRAM 374), Barrence Whitfield June 13, 1955, nee Barry White.
Howlin’ Wolf June 10, 1910 – January 10, 1976; nee Chester Burnett

1. Native Tongue (Luzuriago/ Ma/ Seumanutafa) by Mojo Juju (Native Tongue, 2018) [3:48]
2. World Turning (Yunupingu/ Marika) by Yothu Yindi (One Blood, 1999) [4:25]
3. Emmett Till (Turner) by The Backsliders (Starvation Box, 2011) [3:36] one for America; While visiting family in Money, Mississippi, on 28/8/1955, 14-year-old Emmett Till, an African American from Chicago, is brutally murdered for allegedly flirting with a white woman four days earlier. His assailants—the white woman’s husband and her brother—made Emmett carry a 75-pound cotton-gin fan to the bank of the Tallahatchie River and ordered him to take off his clothes. The two men then beat him nearly to death, gouged out his eye, shot him in the head and then threw his body, tied to the cotton-gin fan with barbed wire, into the river.
4. Set Your Devils Free (Boyd/ Fiddes) by Steve Boyd’s Rum Reverie (Hoodoo Hipshake, 2017? [4:44]) this week’s dedication to George Pell.
5. Gertruce St Blues (Manning)  by Chain (Live, 1970/2010) [6:01]
6.  Plaining Days (Myers/ Peno) by Died Pretty (Free Dirt, 1986/ 2008) [4:15]
7. World Is Waiting (Morgan/ Manning/ Sullivan/ Harvey) by Chain (Live, 1970/2010) [12:10]
8. Final Twist (Myers/ Peno) by Died Pretty (Free Dirt, 1986/ 2008) [4:18]
9. On My Way To Heaven (Madder Lake) by Madder Lake (Stillp[oint, 1973/ 2008) [3:51]    
10. Don’t Call The Doctor (Whetter) by Lazy Eye (Whiskey & Gin, 2019) [3:59]
11. Close (Whetter) by Lazy Eye (Whiskey & Gin, 2019) [3:30]
12.When Your Man Don’t Come Home (Gachette)  by Z-Star Delta (This Is The Dark Days Down Under Tour Album, 2016) [3:41]
13. Soul Shankin Deep Delta (Gachette/ Heintz/ Spreadbury/ Meilack)  by Z-Star Delta (This Is The Dark Days Down Under Tour Album, 2016) [8:30]
14. The Bridge Hotel (Gachette)  by Z-Star Delta (This Is The Dark Days Down Under Tour Album, 2016) [4:04]
15. Spoonful (Dixon) by Howlin’ Wolf, Muddy Waters & Bo Diddley (The Super Super Blues Band, 1968) [4:15]
16. Just Like I Treat You (Dixon) by Howlin’ Wolf (Confessin’ The Blues, 2018) [2:57]
17. Hangman’s Token (Greenberg/ Mooney) by Barrence Whitfield & the Savages (Dig Thy Savage Soul, 2013) [3:45]
18. Corner Man (Greenberg/ Mooney) by Barrence Whitfield & the Savages (Dig Thy Savage Soul, 2013) [2:34]
19. New Math (Lehrer) by Tom Lehrer (That Was The Year That Was: TW3 Songs And Other Songs of the Year, 1965) [4:28]