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 4/11/2019 (PROGRAM 346)

Victorian cops join in on spring carnival by injuring horses in the interests of millionaires [Betoota Advocate]

The final challenge in master chef should be to fill out a time sheet & pay your workers a proper wage. millionaires [Betoota Advocate]

Have a good Hallowee? Did you know twice as much spent on Halloween as on national parks: Americans were expected to spend $US8.8 billion ($12.8 billion) on lollies, costumes and decorations this year — or $86 for every person who plans to celebrate. That includes half a billion dollars on costumes that Americans are buying for their pets; To put the $US8.8 billion being spent on Halloween in context, the budget for the entire National Park Service is only $4 billion. The US spends less than $2 billion on flu vaccines. [abc]

1.‘Third Time Lucky.’ First up from a spell and looking good (Clarke) by Clarke & Dawe [2:27]

2. Crawl (Jewell) by Eilen Jewell (Gypsy. 2019) [3:40]
3. Miles To Go (Jewell) by Eilen Jewell (Gypsy. 2019) [3:21]
4. New Meaning (The Great Unknown) by The Great Unknown (Cemetery Road, 2018) [3:40] from Melbourne? Guildford?
5. Urban Tundra (Griffith) by Mary-Lynn Griffiths (Fish Kiss, 1998) [4:18]
6. You Cared Enough To Lie (Bennett/ Webb)) by Eilen Jewell (Gypsy. 2019) [2:52]
7. 79 Cents (The Meow Song) (Jewell) by Eilen Jewell (Gypsy. 2019) [3:02]
8. No More (Meeking) by Michael Meeking & The Lost Souls (Saturday Night Sunday Morning, 2017) [3:45] from Melbourne.
9. Beat The Drum (Jewell) by Eilen Jewell (Gypsy. 2019) [3:15]
10. Fill Yourself (Dyson) by Mia Dyson (The Moment, 2012) [3:06]
11. The Outskirts of Town (Dyson) by Mia Dyson (The Moment, 2012) [4:05]
12. Gypsy (Jewell) by Eilen Jewell (Gypsy. 2019) [3:23]
13. El Pajaro Negro  (trad/ arr Suarez) by Caita (Latcho Drom s’track, 1993) [8:42]
14. I’m Down In The Dumps (Wilson/ Wilson) by Rory Block (A Woman’s Soul: A Tribute To Bessie Smith, 2018) [6:09] Block born 6/11/49
15. These Blues (Jewell) by Eilen Jewell (Gypsy. 2019) [2:48]
16. Working Hard For Your Love (Jewell) by Eilen Jewell (Gypsy. 2019) [3:05]
17. Who Else But You (Jewell) by Eilen Jewell (Gypsy. 2019) [3:38]
18. Can I Get a Witness (Holland/ Dozier/ Holland)  by The Stones (The Rolling Stones,1964) [2:59]
19. Witness (Jewell) by Eilen Jewell (Gypsy. 2019) [2:55]
20. Star Star (Jagger/ Richards) by Justin Garner (Stoned! Celebrating The Music of The Rolling Stones, 2018) [4:19]  from Adelaide, plays with Southpaw
21. Walkin’ The Dog (Thomas) by The Cairns Blues Explosion (Cyclone Susie Live @ Bernie’s, 2016) [3:45]
22. Hard Times (Jewell) by Eilen Jewell (Gypsy. 2019) [2:44]
23. Fear (Jewell) by Eilen Jewell (Gypsy. 2019) [2:12]
24. Dream of Blood (Griffith) by Mary-Lynn Griffiths (Fish Kiss, 1998) [3:46]
25. Russian (?) by Atom (In Every Dream Home, 2019) [5:03] from Melbourne; 2 final tracks  for the Bolshevik Revolution.  


PLAYLIST FOR 29/10/2019 (PROGRAM 445) Harper, Ben October 28, 1969
Hawkins, Ted October 28, 1936 – January 1, 1995

* Prince William and Kate Visit a melting glacier” [The Age]

* “Yep.”That was the reply when Border Force officials were asked if they’d spent $30 million to detain Priya, Nades and their QLD-born girls on Christmas Island for two months. But they had nothing to say about the waste of life and potential.

* Ian Millat, Oz’s most notorious  serial killer, has died @ Long Bay jail’s hospital. He receive dworld class health care & treatment, something we are unable to provide for refugee children & adults asylum seekers  in offshore detention.

*The year is 2192. The British PM visits Brussels to ask for an extension of the Brexit deadline. No one remembers where this tradition originated, but every year it attracts tourists from all over the world  (twitter)

  1. Step Right Up (Waits) by Tom Waits (Small Change, 1976) [5:40] his 4th album
    2. Shake Your Money Maker (James) by Dave Hole (Goin’ Back Down)  [4:09]
    3. Dollar Tree (Hawkins) by Ted Hawkins (Nowhere To Run, 2001) [3:32]
    4. Sell Sell (Price) by Alan Price (O! Lucky Man s’track, 1973, dir Lindasy nAnderson) [4:01]    
    [Otto announcing world music, WOMAD 2016) [0:10]

*5. Hu (Ben Tzur)) by Shye Benjh Tzur,  Jonny Greenwood & The Rajasthan Express (Junjun, 2015) [7:49]
* 6. Explorando el Compas (Pena) byPaco Pena Flamenco Dance Company (A Compas! To The Rhythm, 2008) [5:05]
*7. Kalandar (Ben Tzur) by Shye Ben Tzur,  Jonny Greenwood & The Rajasthan Express (Junjun, 2015) [8:50]
8. Back Door Man (Hole)  by Dave Hole (Goin’ Back Down) [5:02]
9. So Damn Bad (Gehrman/ Widdicombe/ Orr) by Dana Gehrman (Find a Way, 2019) [3:04] from Brisbane.
10.  Grasshopper Creek  (Gehrman/ Widdicombe) by Dana Gehrman (Find a Way, 2019) [4:20]
11. We Can’t End This Way (Harper) by Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite (Get Up!, 2013) [3:34]
12. You Found Another Lover (Harper) by Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite (Get Up!, 2013) [4:13]
13. Happy Hour (MacKechnie) by Ted Hawkins (Happy Hour, 1986) [3:29]
14. California Song (hawkins) by Ted Hawkins (Happy Hour, 1986) [4:05]
15. Lovesong in Spanish (Owen) by Doug Owen (A doug’s Life, 2014?) [4:11] Rex Watts gtr.
16. Solea (Pena) byPaco Pena Flamenco Dance Company (A Compas! To The Rhythm, 2008) [11:13] Solea is a type of flamenco song (rembetika?)
17. El Pajaro Negro (trad/ arr Suarez) by La Caita (Latcho Drom s’track, 1993) [8:42]    
18. She’s a Woman (Lennon/ McCartney) by The Beatles [3:02] late 1964 “b” side of I Feel Fine

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