Options Steve Krinsky: Playlist from October 12, 2002 Options

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Options October 12, 2002: Paul Hucklebuck Williams Memorial Fill-In

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Big Guitars from Texas  Groovus   Options  
Memphis Slim  Stewball   Options Amazing version of racehorse classic from a new Delmark CD-- "The Come Back"-- of early 50s Slim, w/ Matt Guitar Murphy. 
Memphis Slim  The Cat Creeps   Options Cool instrumental, also from new CD 
Slim Gaillard with Dodo Mamarosa  Boogin' at Berg's   Options Pianist Dodo Mamarosa died in September. This tune is from Savoy collection of West Coast jazz-- "Black California" 
Marvin Rainwater  Dem Low Down Blues   Options Hillbilly guitarist plays the blues 
The Four Teens  Spark Plug   Options from "Wild Men Ride Wild Guitars: Non-Stop Original Rockabilly and Chicken Bop..." 
Jimmy Ruffin  96 Tears   Options from "Black on White: Great Rhythm & Blues Covers of Country Songs" on Rhino 
Big Al Downing & the Poe Kats  Oh Babe   Options also from "Wild Men Ride Wild Guitars" 
Dave Baby Cortez  Count Down Part 1   Options Paul Williams played with this 50s organist 
Floyd Taylor with Paul Williams  Baritone Boogie   Options Taylor was piano player in Paul Hucklebuck Williams band-- and his cousin. From "Honkers & Bar Walkers, Volume 3" on Delmark. A superb collection of old R&B. 
Horace Tapscott  Now's the Time   Options Brilliant L.A. pianist covers Bird tune, the song the Hucklebuck came from. 
Jerry Lee Lewis  The Last Cheater's Waltz   Options Nix the strings 
Mickey Newbury  She Woke Me Up to Say Goodbye   Options Late Houston/Nashville songwriter wrote many good ones; Jerry Lee Lewis had a hit with this. 
Buddy Miller  Little Bitty Kiss   Options Written with Julie Miller 
Buddy Miller  Please Send Me Someone To Love   Options A great song, written by Percy Mayfield 
James McMurtry  Valley Road   Options  
Lucinda Williams  Reason to Cry   Options  
Everly Brothers  I Wonder If I Care As Much   Options Breathtaking harmonies, no?! 
Laura Cantrell  Wait   Options Written by guitarist Jay Sherman-Godfrey, from Laura's CD "When Roses Bloom Again" on Diesel Only. 
Elvis Costello  I'm Your Toy   Options Gram Parsons tune 
MIchael Shelley  Walk   Options WFMU DJ and talented musician, from a recent tribute to Gene Pitney CD 
Walter Hyatt  Out Where The Blue Begins   Options One of Austin's best, died in a plane crash a few years ago, but left behind great music. Check out Uncle Walt's Band w/ Champ Hood and David Ball! 
Delbert McClinton  Here Come the Blues Again   Options from Delbert's 1972 album with Glen Clark 
Gourds  Bottle & A Dime   Options One of Austin's hot new bands 
The Keepers  Blown Away   Options Two of Austin's best-- Jesse Taylor on guitar & Ponte Bone on accordian-- along with Leland and David Waddel, with vocals and songwriting by Brad Brobisky 
The Blasters  I'm Shakin   Options New Blasters, recorded live in LA in Spring 2002 and released as "Trouble Bound." 
Johnny Burnett Trio  All By Myself   Options  
Southern Culture on the Skids  Eight Piece Box   Options Almost all their songs are about chicken! 
Remains  A Man's Best Friend Is His Automobile   Options Barry Tashian and band re-group after thirty years. Back then they were Boston's best rock & roll band. 
Terry Allen w/ Lucinda Williams  Room to Room   Options  
Emmett Miller  Right or Wrong   Options Check out Nick Tosches book on the guy that Jimmie Rodgers and Hank Williams imitated! 
Bascomb Lunsford  Long Gone Dean   Options This minstrel of the Appalachians turned buck dancing into a national fad in 1928 when he organized a folk music show! 
Wayne Perry  Old Joe Clark   Options Found on "American Fiddle Tunes," a collection of Library of Congress field recordings from 1930s 
Fiddlin' John Carson  Swannee River   Options 1920s version of Stephen Foster's "Old Folks at Home" 
Taj Mahal  Cakewalk into Town   Options  
Don Walser  Cowpoke   Options Don came to WFMU a few years ago and gave a yodeling lesson on the air. 
Harry Jackson  Morning Grub Holler   Options from "Cowboy Songs" on Folkways 
Woody Guthrie/Cisco Houston  Whoopie Ti-Yi-Yo, Git Along Little Dogies   Options also from "Cowboy Songs" 
Katy Moffat  Me and My Uncle   Options  
Lee Scratch Perry  Thank You   Options Check out Bart Plantenga's article on yodeling, on wfmu website 
Rockin' Dopsie  Hold That Tiger   Options Hot zydeco from the late great Alton Rubin from Lafayette, Louisiana. And don't forget: it's pronounced "doopsie" 
Jack McVea  Ubie Dubie   Options from "Honk Honk Honk" collection of R&B on Ace 
Charlie Christian  Gone With What Wind   Options Benny Goodman on clarinet, Lionel Hampton on vibes, Count Basie on piano (1940) 
Rolling Stones  Down the Road A Piece   Options from "Rolling Stones Now" recently re-issued, along with all the old stones albums, on CD! 
Butch Hancock  Smokin' in the Rain   Options from "The Wind's Dominion" (1979), now on CD on Butch's own Rainlight Records, Box 468, Terlingua, TX 79852-- home of the chili cookoff, out near Big Bend 

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