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Favoriting April 10, 2014

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
The Johnny Otis Show featuring Mighty Mouth Evans & Shuggie Otis  Signifying Monkey   Favoriting Blues & Soul Power  Kent/ Ace  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
James Brown  Talkin' Loud And Sayin' Nothin'   Favoriting In the Jungle Groove  Polydor  0:05:54 (Pop-up)
Taj Mahal  Chevrolet   Favoriting Happy To Be Just Like I Am  Columbia  0:13:50 (Pop-up)
Los Lobos  Revolution   Favoriting Colossal Head  Warner Bros.  0:15:58 (Pop-up)
Popular Cooper & His All Beats Band  Arraino   Favoriting Nigeria Special: Modern Highlife, Afro-sounds & Nigerian Blues 1970-76  Soundway  0:18:42 (Pop-up)
Max Romeo & the Upsetters  Chase The Devil   Favoriting War Ina Babylon  Island  0:22:24 (Pop-up)
The Stranglers  Peaches   Favoriting Rattus Norvegicus  A&M  0:26:33 (Pop-up)
The Cobras  Restless   Favoriting The Complete Stax/Volt Singles 1959-1968  Stax  0:33:00 (Pop-up)
James Luther Dickinson  Wine   Favoriting Dixie Fried    0:35:24 (Pop-up)
Earl King  Everybody's Carried Away   Favoriting Let the Good Times Roll  Ace  0:38:48 (Pop-up)
Rosco Gordon  T-Model Boogie   Favoriting Rosco's Rhythm  Charly  0:41:03 (Pop-up)
Square Walton  Fish Tail Blues   Favoriting Collector's Blues Series Volume 1  Chicago  0:43:26 (Pop-up)
The Coasters  What Is The Secret Of Your Success   Favoriting What Is the Secret of Your Success?  Mr. R&B  0:45:55 (Pop-up)
Lloyd Fatman  Where You Been?   Favoriting The Okeh Rhythm & Blues Story 1949-1957  Epic/Okeh/Legacy  0:48:26 (Pop-up)
Detroit Count  Hastings Street Opera Part 1 & 2   Favoriting Detroit Blues: The Early 1950s  Blues Classics  0:50:43 (Pop-up)
Count Basie & His Orchestra  Goldfinger   Favoriting Basie Meets Bond  United Artists  1:00:17 (Pop-up)
Wilbert Harrison  Near To You   Favoriting Anything You Want  Wet Soul  1:04:09 (Pop-up)
Zilla Mayes  All I Want Is You   Favoriting Sehorn's Soul Farm, Volume Two  Charly  1:06:52 (Pop-up)
Nina Simone  Buck   Favoriting The Blues  Novus / BMG  1:08:30 (Pop-up)
Charles Mingus  Song With Orange   Favoriting Mingus Dynasty  Columbia  1:10:35 (Pop-up)
Kid Ory's Creole Jazz Band  1919 Rag   Favoriting 1944-45  GHB  1:17:01 (Pop-up)
Louis Prima With Sam Butera And The Witnesses  Oh Marie   Favoriting Capitol Collectors Series  Capitol  1:20:03 (Pop-up)
The Five Keys  She's The Most   Favoriting Charly Dance Party  Charly  1:22:31 (Pop-up)
Glen Campbell  Bowlegged Polly   Favoriting In the Heat Of The Night Soundtrack  United Artists  1:25:16 (Pop-up)
Roger Miller  You Can't Roller Skate in a Buffalo Herd   Favoriting King Of The Road    1:26:42 (Pop-up)
George Jones  Just Little Boy Blue   Favoriting Rockin' The Country  Mercury  1:32:21 (Pop-up)
The Ding-Dongs  Stammer and Sin   Favoriting Rang Tang Ding Dong  Norton  1:35:16 (Pop-up)
King Bennie Nawahi  Hawaiian Capers   Favoriting 50 Years of Jazz Guitar  Columbia  1:37:30 (Pop-up)
Willie Nelson  I'm Still Here   Favoriting Crazy: The Demo Sessions  Sugar Hill  1:40:24 (Pop-up)
Bill Coday  Get Your Lie Straight   Favoriting 7"  Crajon  1:42:14 (Pop-up)
Otis Redding  Treat Her Right   Favoriting The Soul Album  Atco  1:44:41 (Pop-up)
Wilson Pickett  Funky Broadway   Favoriting 7"  Atlantic  1:46:46 (Pop-up)
Ray Sharpe  Help Me (Get The Feeling) Part 1 & 2   Favoriting Blues & Soul Power  Atlantic  1:49:18 (Pop-up)
Johnny Jenkins  Down Along The Cove   Favoriting Duane Allman Anthology  Capricorn  1:53:47 (Pop-up)
Blind Blake  Diddie Wah Diddie   Favoriting Best Of  Yazoo  1:56:47 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

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listener james from westwood:

Good Thursday, all!! I have this playlist up, and yesterday's, to remind me I've got some bonus content to savor over the weekend!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:01pm

Go Earl !!
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listener james from westwood:

"That certainly is an answer"—LOL!
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Mailman Tom:

Potty mouth!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:05pm

Hi Guys
I'm tuned right in. Right on time.
Right on.
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still b/p:

I think that was a peformance of George Will's favorite poem, rich with baseball's elegant pastoral beauty.
Avatar 2:07pm

Howdy Everyone
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:11pm
Matt F:

Greetings everybody.
Avatar 2:15pm

Greetings back atcha, Matt! Appreciated your fill-in yesterday.
Avatar 2:18pm

Sure hope everyone is enjoying a day as similarly perfect as the one here today.

Oh! Don't believe I've heard ANYone play Los Lobos since I've been listening to the music programs here (2012) -- thanks. I am mesmerized by much of their "Kiko" lp.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:25pm
Earl Weaver:

Shit, Fiveash, I thought I told you to grab my Camel Lights from my office!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:26pm

Sexy Beast! Captain Obvious I know...
Avatar 2:38pm

Yes! Some wild ivory tinkling.
Andy S.:

Dickinson! I once heard him introduce "Across The Borderline" (which he co-wrote) as "the song that paved my driveway."
Avatar 2:47pm

Great sounds, Matt. Nice to have something inside counteracting the outside commotion. Still a perfectly lovely day but for the past two hours today we got to experience what it's like to be under fire from US fighter jets as they strafed our home (and Philo's workplace, too) with 30+ low-flying passes directly overhead. Rehearsing for Saturday's "Thunder Over Louisville" I suppose.
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Greg from Bloomfield:

Hey Matt & everybody!
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Brian in UK:

Hello Matt, missing Max Romeo, it's sippling (dangerous) out dere.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:03pm

Hi 'Stepping Razor' Brian
Howya doing?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:03pm
listener james from westwood:

I'm a sucker for all "Goldfinger" covers, but this one is extra-nice.
Avatar 3:05pm
still b/p:

Suddenly I'm seeing Goldfinger as a rat-packer, tie loosened, some brow sweat, drink in hand, finger snapping on stage. "No, baby, I expect you to die."
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:05pm
Brian in UK:

Stanley, in the pink old bean. Aching to hear Rick Danko sing.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:06pm
Brian in UK:

Stanley Correct answer: I'm dangerous.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:08pm

@Brian - okay, so I wont watch your size
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:09pm
Brian in UK:

Guess you are back in the grind now.
Avatar 3:11pm

Holy crap that jet is flying low!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:12pm

You guessed right, my friend. Like I was never away, let alone on a higher plane.
Re the Rick Danko, either you have a song by The Band on the turntable or, as I suspect, you're at it with your extraordinary powers again.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:14pm

kat330 - I remember when I lived in the hills the low flying jets gave the cows heart attacks. No kidding.
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Brian in UK:

Nice, some voices just get inside you.
Gotta cut to cookin' and leave this cookin' show. Tops, Matt.
Avatar 3:15pm

All the birds outside are having fits. We don't have any domestic pets, but I bet the whole neighborhood has put their pets up. It is LOUD. I decided to record some of it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:23pm

Kat, in the late 90s, the Air Force scheduled a flyover for the Flatiron District as a finish for the Vets Day parade down Fifth Avenue. I was home with my daughter and it scared holy hell out of me. I was sure that a plane was crashing in the neighborhood.
Avatar 3:23pm

I am loving the meandering journey through jazz. New Orleans jazz was my first infatuation.
Avatar 3:24pm

@Parq: I mean we go through this every April, but NEVER has it been this long, this incessant, so directly over our home AND so low-flying. Truly feels like we're under fire.
Avatar 3:25pm

And I can't help considering the waste of jet fuel and air pollution. :/
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:27pm

Roger Miller Rules all
Avatar 3:28pm

And his lyrics always speak the absolute truth, too.
Avatar 3:28pm

Hey Matt, I enjoyed your fill in yesterday, even listened to it again in the archive!
was just stoked to see your name in the GTDR stream, happy to hear you again so soon
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still b/p:

England Swings is a cringey bit of business, though.
Avatar 3:32pm

Simone's "Buck" is among my 4-5 top "in the mood" making songs.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:35pm
Matt F:

Thanks Kevlicki, and thanks everybody. Sorry this goddamn turntable is keepimng me away from the conversation
Avatar 3:38pm

@Matt: Up near the top I also expressed appreciation for your fill-in yesterday.

Thanks for the tunes. Toodles all!
Andy S.:

I have a photo of me with Bill Coday at SXSW in Austin! He opened the show at Antone's for Denise LaSalle and Little Milton. RIP Bill (1942-2008) -- he was born in Coldwater MS where the Jim Dickinson family lived.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:54pm

Yeah, I listened to the first hour of the Duane show this morning. Really dug the pop-rockin' second set, the one that started with Dancing Queen. Glad to know that someone else sees Abba numbers as making great rock and roll songs.
Hackensack Slim:

I sure dug seeing Ray Sharpe at the Stomp. Hope we get to see him again sometime soon.
Avatar 3:55pm

another fine installment, matt! but see what happens after 3 hrs of getting spoiled in studio A? your carriage turns back into a pumpkin.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:58pm

Diddie Wah Diddie indeedy.
Great show, Matt.
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