Options Steve Krinsky: Playlist from November 10, 2007 Options

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Options November 10, 2007: Already Gone Gone Gone

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Artist Track Comments
Big Guitars from Texas  Guitar Army   Options You and what guitar army!? This one was written by Frankie Camaro and is on "Trash Twang & Thunder"-- the 1st Big Guitars album 
Harold McNair  The Hipster   Options Cool collection British psychedia: "Return of the Instro-Hipsters, Vol.2" 
Sharks  Funkology   Options Let's do another one: More London organ 
Jimmy Smith  L'il Darlin'   Options It's never to early for Jimmy Smith, wiuth Roy Hargrove, Mark Whitfield, Christian McBride, etc. From "Ballads & Slow Jams" (Verve, 1995) 
Rufus Harley  Eight Miles High   Options Bagpipin' the Byrds. He also does Pete Seeger's "Where Have All the Flowers Gone" 
Orchestra Baobab  Jiin Ma Jiin Ma   Options Salsa from Senegal: In 2002, these guys invited Cuban singer Ibrahim Ferrer to join them on "Specialist in All Styles" (World Circuit/Nonesuch) 
Orchestra Baobab  Ndongoy Daara   Options Started out as bed music but so good I just to let them finish the tune! 
The Chieftains w/ Ry Cooder  Dunsmore Lassies   Options From their excellent "Long Black Veil" album, with lots of duets (RCA Victor, 1995) 
Ry Cooder  Not Even Key West   Options Ry did a soundtrack to a movie I never heard of-- "Blue City"-- but some of the music is great; here he has Jim Dickinson & Jim Keltner helping out 
James Luther Dickinson  Nature Boy   Options Memphis music master Jim Dickinson does a pile of songs on a new CD: "Killers from Space" (2007) 
John Fogerty  It Ain't Right   Options New Fogarty: "Revival" (Fantasy, 2007). Hey, this guy's pretty good 
Robert Plant & Allison Krauss  Gone Gone Gone (Done Moved On)   Options John Fogerty, Robert Plant-- what's this DJ doing? Quick, go get some Everly Brothers; they did the original of this great song 
Country Gentlemen  Copper Kettle   Options My favorite moonshine song, although there are better versions (including a Dylan one that I just love) 
Bob Forrest  Moonshiner   Options Wow! This is from the soundtrack to "I'm Not There"-- 34 Dylan covers. Wow! 
Willie Nelson & Calexico  Senor (Tales of Yankee Power)   Options Willie does Dylan 
Conjunto Bernal  Fidel Castro Polka   Options Norteno music from the 1950s, released on CD by Arhoolie 
Turin Rios  Amor Loco   Options I found a bunch of 45s up on the abandoned embankment-- soon to be a park-- here in Jersey City. This proves the value of recycling! 
Grady Martin & his Slew Foot Five  San Antonio Rose   Options Rev-Ola put out a collection of Grady Martin's work as a guitar sideman to some of the best country music ever made: "Roughneck Blues 1949-1956" 
Buddy Holly  Rock Around with Ollie Vee   Options Grady Martin on guitar 
Flying Burrito Brothers  Lucille   Options Listed as Gram Parsons but really the Burritos: "Live at Avalon Ballroom, 1969" 
The Freddy Steady 5  Not Fade Away   Options More Buddy Holly, by Austin multi-instrumentalist Freddy Krc, from his CD of covers of the best of Texas rock & roll 
Dwight Yoakum  Close Up the Honky Tonks   Options Just out: "Dwight Sings Buck" 
Michael Hurley  El Dorado   Options It's hard to tell new from old Michael Hurley-- which, to me, is a plus; this is from "The Ancestral Swamp" Gnomonsong, 2007) 
Angel Dean & Sue Garner  Morning Blaze   Options From "Pot Liquor" on Diesel Only Records, 2004 
Herb Ellis  Old Rugged Cross   Options Texas jazz guitar 
Sol Hoopi  Lady Be Good   Options  
Billy Joe Shaver  Live Forever   Options Nice new collection-- "Storyteller"-- on Sugar Hill Records 
Louvin Brothers  Satan Is Real   Options Title cut to an amazing album, strange beautiful songs and amazing harmonies. Satan may be bogus but the passion is real 
Terry Allen  I Blame God   Options This one was written by Jo Carol Pierce, from an amazing collection of her music, done by the best (mostly) Austin musicians: "Across the Great Divide" (Dejadisc, 1992) 
Terry Allen & the Panhandle Mystery Band  Gimme a Ride to Heaven Boy   Options Praise Be the Songwriters-- or something like that; from "Bloodlines" (Fate Records, 1983) 
Little Feat  New Delhi Freight Train   Options Lowell George & the boys cover Terry Allen 
John Train  Mama Bake a Pie   Options Nice band out of Philadelphia. This is a Tom T Hall tune, they also do Terry Allen, Butch Hancock and Rudyard Kipling on their new CD: "Mesopotomia Blues" 
John Train  Yo Ho Ho   Options Here's their Terry Allen cover 
Butch Hancock & Marce Lacouture  Already Gone   Options Recorded live at the Cactus Cafe in Austin in 1987, from a cassette: "Cause of the Cactus" 
Joe Ely  Time for Travelin   Options This is from Joe's great "Down on the Drag" album, with his great band of Lloyd Maines, Jesse Taylor, Ponty Bone and others 
Charlie Robison  Desperate Times   Options From "Step Right Up" (Columbia/Lucky Dog, 2001) 
Ponty Bone the Squeezetones  Don't Call the Cops   Options  

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