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.


Tweets/ memes/ etc:

* “Jobseeker Increase Means Recipients Can Now Afford To Rent an Appartment in Sydney in 1994” [The Shovel headline]

* “My husband pissed me off today so I told him that I can’t wait to see what he’d planned for our special day tomorrow. There is nothing special about tomorrow. Bu there is something special about watching the colo[u]r leave his face as the panic takes over” [kids-kubed]

*”Young Libs Push For National Service In Effort To Force People Their Own Age To Hang Out With Them” [Betootat Advocate headline]

1. Laurababa (Ingram) by Drum Drum (Drum Drum, ?/  Out of This World: 10 Years of WOMAD in Australia, 2003) [5:22]
2. Listen To My Drum (Idagi) by King Kadu (Listen To My Drum, 2001/  Out of This World: 10 Years of WOMAD in Australia, 2003) [9:18] nee Ricardo Idagi orig from Murray Island, Torres Straight, now Melbourne

3. Jesus Was Way Cool (Hall) by King Missile  III [Dog Fly Religion sometimes, attributed to guitarist Dogbowl)] (Psychopathology of Everyday Life, 2003) [2:30] from NYC; born out of front man Peter S. Hall’s avant garde poetry. Active 1986-present with a variety of personnel
4. Drowning (McNulty) by Jazz Party (Monday Night, 2017) [4:41]
5. Thank You God (Minchin)  by Tim Minchin [11:03] , live @ The Albert Hall, 2013
6. Busload of Faith (Reed) by Lou Reed (New York, 1989) [4:50]
7. I’m The The Man I Want To Be (Berniger/ Knopf) by EL VY (Return To The Moon, 2015) [4:34] from US, members Matt Berninger – lead vocals, lyrics & Brent Knopf – music composition, production, keys, guitars, synths, programming ; their debut (&only?) album
8. From The Valley (Marley) y Steel City Sue (Boom Town, 2018) [3:06] from Newcastle, N.S.W.
9. Talking’s So Passe (Marley) y Steel City Sue (Boom Town, 2018) [3:37]
10. Children of the Revolution (MacColl/ Marr) by Kirsty MacColl (Electric Landlady, 1991) [3:58]
11. Poll Sitter (Ward) by Baterz (Live & Well, 2001) [5:10] nee Barnaby Ward, grew up in Canberra, relocated to Adelaide
12. You’re Not Cool (Ward) by Baterz (Live & Well, 2001) [3:18]                                 
13.  Maya (Gurtu) by Trilok Gurtu (The Best of Love, 2001) [5:08] from Mumbai; played/ recorded with John McLaughlin, Oregon, Joe Zawinul, Angelique Kidjo, Oumou Sangare etc
14. Have We Lost Our Dream? (Badarou/ Keita/ Kabongo) by Trilok Gurtu (The Best of Love, 2001) [4:43] Salif Keita vocals
15. Intrafo  (Keita/ Kidjo/ MHD) by Salif Keita  (Un Autre Blanc, 2018)[4:46] vocals: Angelique Kidjo & MHD
16. N’goni Taraana (Akhtar) by Najma Akhtar (Five Rivers, 2020) [4:53] her 9th & latest album
17. Chico Bonita (Sparkes/ Dubulah/ Higgins) by Temple of Sound  (First Edition, 2002/ Out of This World: 10 Years of WOMAD in Australia, 2003) [3:26]] from the UK
18. The Jewelled Heart  (Sparkes/ Dubulah/Wobble/Ali Khan/ Ali Khan/ Din) by Temple of Sound & Rizwan-Muazzam Qawwali (People’s Colony No 1, 2001/ Out of This World: 10 Years of WOMAD in Australia, 2003) [6:29] Rizwan-Muazzam Qawwali from Pakistan
19. . Lollipop Lady (?) by Blue Tac (Blue Tac, 2022) [1:40]


Tweets/ memes/ etc:

* “”all due respect’ is a wonderful expression because it doesn’t actually specify how much respect is actually due. Could be none.” [St Vincent]

* “Omg. I just realized. OF COURSE God is a woman. That’s why the Bible is an entire book filled with men explaining what she said.” [Jen Kirkman]

* “adulthood is emailling ‘sorry for the delayed response’ back and forth until one of you dies.” [Marissa Miller]

* “Two important lessons I learned in my twenties: If you think everyone hates you, you probably need to sleep: if you think you hate everyone, you probably need to eat.” [Jean Yang]

*” My tote bag is made from recycled water bottles and my husband is made from clay and a spell.” [Anna Drezen]

* “Are you a dog person or a cat person? Me: All I can tell you is that I’m not a people person.” [petra HLTCHENS]

*”Stop calling children ‘old souls’ when you mean ‘weird’. Spent my whole life thinking I was mature for my age when I was actually a little creepy.” [Solomon Georgio]

1. Immotal Power by Buddhadatta (Buddha Devadatta, 2021) [5:36] from Japan
2. Holy Elixir (Tempest) by Kae Tempest (Book of Traps & Lessons, 2019) [4:59]
3. Glory  & Consequence (Harper) by Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals (Live From Mars, 2001) [6:01]
4. Winds Take Forest  (Kuepper/ Spence/ Swanton/ Hall) by Alister Spence Trio & Ed Kuepper (Asteroid Ekosysttem, 2020) [13:52]
5.  Dancing Planet (AlHaj) by The Rahim AlHaj Trio  (One Sky, 2018) 5:52]
6. Maras Attack by Buddhadatta (Buddha Devadatta, 2021) [3:26]
7. Headlights (London) by Simon London & The Spirits (Don’t You Forget About Me, 2022) [3:53] from the south coast of WA
8.  Come All You Coal Miners (Gunning)  by Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn (Echo In The Valley, 2017) [3:54]
9. Annoying Journey by Buddhadatta (Buddha Devadatta, 2021) [4:50]
10.Tommy Hanlon’s Mobile Home (Walker) by Don Walker (Lightning In a clear Blue Sky, 2023) [3:55]
11.Stealth (Wearne ) by Nigel Wearne & The Cast Iron Promises (Black Crow, 2012) [3:36]
12. Living On The Fringes  (Wearne ) by Nigel Wearne & The Cast Iron Promises (Black Crow, 2012) [4:12]
13. $600 Short  On The Rent (Savage) by Cash Savage & The Last Drinks  (So This Is Love, 2023)[4:47]
14. Paranoid (Osbourne/ Iommi/ Butler/ Ward) by Black Sabbath (Paranoid, 1970) [2:51]

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