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February 19, 2011
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Artist Track Label Approx. start time
Assorted Crap      0:00:00 Pop‑up)  
Ned & Gary  Options Lovin'   Liberty  0:21:03 Pop‑up)  
Don Wade  Options Gone Gone Gone   San  0:22:12 Pop‑up)  
Moon Mullican  Options Grandpa Stole My Baby   King  0:24:41 Pop‑up)  
Del Lavon feat Jimmy Rivers and his Cherokees  Options The Rockin Chair Roll   Cavalier  0:26:11 Pop‑up)  
Eddie Hill  Options The Hot Guitar   Mercury  0:26:25 Pop‑up)  
Maddox Brothers and Rose  Options Let Me Love You   Columbia  0:28:23 Pop‑up)  
Cleveland Crochet and his band of Sugar Bees  Options Sweet Thing   Goldband  0:38:12 Pop‑up)  
The Harmonica Kid  Options Coo Coo Coo   Nucraft  0:38:56 Pop‑up)  
Curley Langley  Options All The Way With Rappelet   Spera  0:43:42 Pop‑up)  
Lawrence Walker  Options Keep Your Hands Off Of It   Swallow  0:48:15 Pop‑up)  
Jay Stutes  Options Hey, Boss Man   Kajun King  0:51:18 Pop‑up)  
Otis Redding  Options Fat Gal   Orbit  0:58:10 Pop‑up)  
Little Johnny Burton (feat. Ike Turner on guitar)  Options Talkin' About Me   Ivory  1:02:34 Pop‑up)  
Earl King  Options You Can Fly High Baby   Ace  1:02:53 Pop‑up)  
Sugarboy Crawford  Options I Don't Need You   Imperial  1:05:21 Pop‑up)  
Wendell Smith  Options Nashville, Tennessee   United Artists  1:09:22 Pop‑up)  
Roy Brown & his Mighty-Mighty Men  Options Mr Hound Dog's In Town   King  1:10:35 Pop‑up)  
Porky Harris and his Fabulous 5  Options Porkypine   Crystalette  1:13:01 Pop‑up)  
Frankie and the Teentones  Options Told You Little Baby   Sonic  1:22:26 Pop‑up)  
The James Boys  Options Back Rub   Gallant  1:23:53 Pop‑up)  
The Cardinals  Options Hatchet Face   Cha Cha  1:27:08 Pop‑up)  
Los Sirex  Options Cantemos   Orfeon  1:27:27 Pop‑up)  
Bob and The Showmen  Options Alright   Coulee  1:28:45 Pop‑up)  
Johnny Elmore  Options War Chant Boogie   Jar  1:32:12 Pop‑up)  
Ron and Joe and the Crew  Options Riot in Cell Block No. 9   Strand  1:33:50 Pop‑up)  
Jim Dickinson and the Catmando Quartet  Options Monkey Man   Southtown  1:37:54 Pop‑up)  
Al Collins  Options Beat Love   Dot  1:38:54 Pop‑up)  
King Usniewicz & His Usniewicztones  Options Wild Little Willie   Norton  1:41:56 Pop‑up)  
King Usniewicz & His Usniewicztones  Options Twistin' USA   Norton  1:43:45 Pop‑up)  
Jim Jackson  Options Some Love With Soul   Sandbag  1:52:22 Pop‑up)  
Bo Diddley  Options Hey, Good Lookin'   Checker  1:52:53 Pop‑up)  
Bobby Colquitt and String Bean  Options I'm Gone   Colt  1:56:57 Pop‑up)  
Richard Berry  Options Besame Mucho   Flip  1:57:51 Pop‑up)  

Listener comments!

  1:29pm ifny:

Great opening set! Grandpa Stole My Baby -- truly a lost classic of creep. Nice to have chuckles right off the bat :)
  1:35pm ifny:

Maybe an underwater car-wreck -- the bubbles are still going strong
  1:41pm OKI DOG:

Guitar [12 String] - Jimmie Rivers
Guitar [6 String] - Jimmie Rivers
Producer - Jeff Richardson
Steel Guitar - Vance Terry
Trumpet - Jimmie Rivers
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Vance Terry (1934-2001) is one of the very finest steel men ever to record both on nonpedal with Billy Jack Wills and pedal work with Jimmy Rivers later. After he left Bob Wills in 1955 at the age of 21 to go to college, he never really pursued a music career, but only played for amusement. Fortunately for us he taped a lot of his gigs with Jimmy Rivers at the 23 Club in Brisbane, CA between 1960-64 (Buddy Emmons would come down to the Club to listen and sit in). The photo at the top of the page shows Vance onstage with his Bigsby sometime before May of 1954, when he had Paul Bigsby install two pedals.
  1:54pm hank:

  1:56pm ifny:

sacre jaune
  1:57pm comet:

DIXIE 45 !
  2:06pm ChooChoo:

"drink it until the cows come home!
  2:18pm We Aren't Raccoons:

Birth name James sugar boy Crawford
Born October 12, 1934 (1934-10-12) (age 76)
  2:27pm Listener Jumpy in Brooklyn:

"Scotty waddy do dah" used to the secret words on THE WINCHEL /MAHONEY show.
  2:28pm chi chi:

sacúdalo bebé!
  2:33pm ChooChoo:

July 2nd!! Wholly Smoke, me birthday!
  2:34pm hank:

on the range...
  2:37pm Dave B:

Just wakin' and now I'm shakin'!

Thanks Rex!
  2:45pm Bill W:

Could've sworn King U is Toddaphonic Todd...
  2:45pm JMD:

Wow! I didn't know The Residents did a twist number. neat!
  2:45pm ChooChoo:

Twistin USA: Sounds like some of the choirs I've been in. I love it! It is authentic music.
  2:45pm brez:

"Twistin' USA" by King U & His Us has GOT to be one of the most retarded records you've ever played, Rex. Jeez! (Thanks!)
  2:48pm Dave B:

King U almost sounded like he could Biz Markie's Gran' Pappy
  2:48pm INTERN:

You shouldn't have fired me Rex. Look how awful the show is now!
  2:52pm orbitsville:

When you are out of Dixie 45, you are out of beer.
  2:55pm BilltownBill:

If you don't play it who the hell will?
  3:00pm Listener Jumpy in Brooklyn:

Great version of "Beseme"!
  8:42pm Tom:

If I had to jump thru burning hoops to get WFMU, I would do it! Simply, the BEST!
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