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Options January 1, 2006: La Cacahuata (The Peanut)

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Big Guitars from Texas  Boomerang   Options Let's start this last minute new year's day fill-in with a little Texas twang! 
North Mississippi All-Stars  Eyes   Options Sons of Jim Dickinson & RL Burnside make some rockin' blues, on "Instores & Outtakes" (Tone-Cool, 2004) 
Particle  Launchpad   Options Thanks to Howard Tarplin for turning me on to this tune, via his annual 3-CD holiday compilation. 
Duke Robillaird  Stratisfied   Options It's been a while since Duke left Roomful of Blues; on his own, he still plays a mean guitar-- as on his 2002 album "Living with the Blues" 
Los Lonely Boys  Onda   Options These three Tex-Mex brothers are hot these days-- and it's nice to see some real talent in the pop charts instead of all the pretty boys (& girls) 
Eddie Hinton  You Left the Water Running   Options What a soulful tune, from a white guy with lots of soul; Hinton died in the 90s-- but he left us some great music 
Delbert McClinton  The Rub   Options Delbert wrote this one, for his 2002 "Room to Breathe" album on New West. 
Doug Sahm  La Cacahuata (The Peanut)   Options Tex-Mex instrumental on Doug's "Groovers Paradise" album 
Roy Head  Get Back   Options In 1988, Bear Family Records out of Germany issued a vinyl collection of Roy Head tunes called "Treat Me Right" 
South Austin Jug Band  My Baby in the Sunshine   Options Found on "Live from the Devil's Barnyard" from KFJC radio, Los Altos Hills, California 
Johnny Nicholas  Foggy Bottom   Options "Livin' with the Blues" is a nice new album from multi-instrumentalist Nicholas, with help from some of Austin's best. 
Johnny Nicholas  Hill Top   Options Instrumental tribute to the Hill Top Cafe, near Fredericksburg , Texas-- which Nicholas and wife run. Check them out at hilltopcafe.com 
Johnny Nicholas  Down in the Alley   Options Ernie Durawa-- longtime Doug Sahm/Texas Tornado percussionist-- plays drums on most of this album. This tune is a tribute to Sir Doug 
Hank Crawford & Jimmy McGriff  Frim Fram Sauce   Options Recorded in 1986, this song has Mel Lewis on drums & George Benson on guitar-- and Crawford & McGriff on sax & organ 
Chris Kenner  Will You Be Mine?   Options "New Orleans Rarities" has great songs but lousy fidelity! 
Cecil Payne  Block Buster Boogie   Options Rev-Ola just put out an incredibly hot collection of 50s R&B called "Zoot Suit Riot" 
Earl Bostic  Flamingo   Options These Rev-Ola Brits put out some amazing music; check them out at www.revola.co.uk/ 
Three Dots & A Dash w/ Big Jay McNeeley  Let's Do It (The Deacon's Hop)   Options Big Jay was a wild sax honker out of L.A. & Three Dots were a vocal group (with Jesse Belvin and others) he put together. Read Jay's amazing tale: "Nervous Man Nervous" by Jim Dawson 
Paul Williams  Juice Bug Boogie   Options The great Hucklebucker was hot stuff in the late 40s & early 50s; check out the 3-CD set of his music on Blue Moon out of Barcelona 
Rolling Stones  If You Need Me   Options Fine cover of Fats Domino/Dave Bartholomew tune; those Stones sure had good taste 
Wardell Quezergue Orchestra w/Donald Harrison  What A Wonderful World   Options On "Our New Orleans"-- a terrific CD to benefit Habitat for Humanity efforts to rebuild N.O. Go out and buy a copy! 
Gilberto Gil  Bat Macumba   Options Soul Jazz just put out a great collection of Brazilian music called "Tropicalia"; here are two versions of one cool tune 
Os Mutantes  Bat Macumba   Options These Brazilian psychedelicists do strange things with the Gilberto Gil/Caetano Veloso's tune 
Matamo Juma  Risala   Options From "Zanzibara 2" on Buda Musique out of Paris 
Jethro Tull  Dharma for One   Options From their 1968 "This Was" album. The song ends a bit early; sorry. 
Jethro Tull  Round   Options A short filler to make up for it! 
Bobby Rambo  C'mon Everybody   Options Good cover of the Eddie Cochrane hit-- on "Kicksville, Volume 4" on Norton 
Phil Baugh  Dry Camel   Options Hot guitar instrumental from "Live Wire" on Sundazed by this longtime Nashville session player 
Phil Baugh  No Deposit, No Return   Options Nice vocal. These songs were recorded in 1964 & 1965 in Nashville 
James Intveld  Stringin' Me On   Options Another from "Devil's Barnyard" CD, recorded live on KFJC. The album also has Laura Cantrell, James Talley, Gillian Welch and others-- plus a great "Hucklebuck" by Lloyd Tripp 

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