Options Steve Krinsky: Playlist from August 19, 2004 Options

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Options August 19, 2004: Yodel in the Rockies

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Big Guitars from Texas  Guitar Army   Options Texas music for a change! 
Bobby Previte & Charlie Hunter  40th Parallel   Options With help from Greg Osby on sax, from "Groundtruther Latitude" (Thirsty Ear, 2004) 
Ernest Ranglin  Surfin'   Options With Jamaican jazz great Monty Alexander-- on piano and as producer-- from "Below the Bassline" (1996) 
Shawn Pittman  East Side Groove   Options Oklahoma-born, now another Austin blues guy; from "Somethings Gotta Give" Pardon the sloppy segue! 
Greyboy/The Messengers  Hancoks Hideway   Options DJ Mix from "Shades of Grey" 
Greyboy/Hank Carbo  Back Luck   Options This 60s soul song just snuck up on us 
Greyboy/Saundra Philips  Ms. Fatback   Options More of the mix, with a nice bluesy vocal 
Greyboy/Vernon Garret  U Blew My Mind   Options Greyboy found some obscure soul on vinyl and it goes on and on... 
Ray McKinstry  Dinah   Options Smooth 50s R&B sax on "The United Records Story" on Delmark; with Junior Wells, Roosevelt Sykes, Memphis Slim, TIny Grimes and more 
Los Hombres Calientes  New Bus Stop   Options These New Orleans guys-- led by Bill Summer & Irvin Mayfield-- play jazz, funk, Latin, ska and more. With Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez on drums, replacing Jason Marsalis. 
Duke & the Drivers  Come A Little Closer   Options Pals & contemporaries of the J Geils Band, these Boston-area guys started touring last year and put out a hot live album called "Check Your Bucket" (Dukedom, 2003). These last two are for Len! 
Slim Harpo  Got Love If You Want It   Options Blues with a rhumba beat, from one of the best 
Angela Strehli  You Don't Love Me   Options This Texas blues gal sure can belt out a tune! From "Blonde and Blue" (Rounder, 1993) 
Corey Harris  Njarka   Options With Ali Farka Toure, from "Mississippi to Mali" (Rounder, 2003) 
Corey Harris  Tamalah   Options More Ali Farka Toure here 
Mother Earth  I'll be Moving On   Options Tracy Nelson fronted this 60s band along with RP St. John-- and a bunch of great players. Does anyone know what happened to RP SJ? 
Delbert McClinton (not)  Lord Knows I've Tried   Options "Don't Let Go: The Collection" has 15 songs attributed to early Delbert. But this one doesn't sound like Delbert. 
Delbert McClinton (not)  Lost in a Dream   Options That's Delbert on harmonica but the vocal sounds more like Glen Clark, Delbert's partner in the 70s. 
Delbert McClinton  Mr. Pitiful   Options That gravelly voice is the real Delbert, doing a nice cover of an Otis Redding tune. 
Los Lonely Boys  Onda   Options Hot Tex-Mex guitars from the Garza brothers; despite technical difficulties, the tune rocks 
Tony Furtado  Oh, Berta, Berta   Options Billy Pope turned me on to this stuff-- and lots more. From his 2002 "American Gypsy" CD. This is not bluegrass! 
Kelly Willis  Heaven Bound   Options KGSR: Radio Austin puts out a series of CDs of music recorded live at the station. This tune is from Volume 8. 
Warren Zevon  Lawyers, Guns and Money   Options Also from KGSR, Volune 8, recorded in 1999. 
Del Castillo  Para Mi Sobrina   Options Another great Tex-Mex brother guitar duo, from "Vida" (2004). Keep an eye/ear open for these guys. 
Elliot Goldenthat  The Floating Bed   Options From the soundtrack to "Frida" 
Alejandro Escovedo w/ Rosie Flores  Ballad of the Sun & Moon   Options Some say he is the best songwriter in Austin; although he's been ill (Hepatitis C) and broke (no health insurance), he still can play! From KGSR Broadcasts, Volume 10. 
Son Volt  Sometimes   Options "Por Vida: A Tribute to the Songs of Alejandro Escovedo" is a new 30 song CD with singers like Lucinda Williams, Steve Earle and many more. 
Melancholy Ramblers  What About You   Options Trio out of Austin includes Brady Coleman (fiddle, guitar), Frances Barton (accordian), Marco Parella (hummel-- a cousin to the dulcimer) 
Melancholy Ramblers  Total Yodel   Options Brady Coleman does a short yodel here, just what we need! 
Melancholy Ramblers  Ballad of the Killer D's   Options Original tune about the heroic Texas legislators who avoided the clutches of the evil Republicans! 
Melancholy Ramblers  Total Yodel (again)   Options We need to hear Brady's yodel one more time. 
Joan Baez  Christmas in Washington   Options "Come Back, Woody Guthrie" wrote Steve Earle om this timely song; Joan Baez sang it in March 2003 for KGSR Broadcasts, Volume 11. 
Mavis Staples  Hard Times   Options A terrific new album-- "Beautiful Dreamer: The Songs of Stephen Foster"-- makes these old old songs sound so new. 
Butch Hancock & Marce Lacouture  So I'll Run   Options Al Strehli tune, from "Yella Rose" (Rainlight Records, 1985). This album, now on CD, is highly recommended. 
Duhks  Camptown Races   Options More Stephen Foster. From American Roots Publishing, 2004. 
Henry Kaiser  Autumn Waltz   Options Stephen Foster wrote instrumentals too and Henry Kaiser knows how to keep a 150 year old song fresh 
Raul Malo  I See You   Options Former lead singer of the Mavericks, Malo wrote this song and does a great job with it. From KGSR Broadcasts, Volume 11. 
Mumbo Gumbo  All Along   Options A single from 1990 on Diesel Only Records out of Brooklyn 
Roane County Ramblers  Green River March   Options Music from 1928-29, on Country Records in Charlottesville, VA 
Peter Stampfel & the Bottlecaps  The Minstrel Boy   Options New CD from these NYC folkies 
Steve Earle  The Seeker   Options Brand new very political CD from Texas rocker: "The Revolution Starts Now" (Artemis, 2004) 

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