Options Steve Krinsky: Playlist from July 29, 2002 Options

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Options July 29, 2002: Already Gone

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Artist Track Comments
Big Guitars from Texas  High Tide in Hub City   Options Twangy theme music  
Ron Levy's Wild Kingdom  Lost Tribes   Options from "Zim Zam Zoom: Acid Blues on B-3" on Bulleye Blues/Rounder (1996), w/ Melvin Sparks on guitar and Idris Muhammed on drums. 
Lonnie Youngblood  African Twist- Pt. 1   Options from "Downtown Soulville" compilation, on Soulville Records 
Tommy and Roy  Rocking Soul   Options from Treasure Island/Showtime on Heartbeat 
Alton Ellis  Girl, I've Got a Date   Options also from Treasure Island/Showtime on Heartbeat 
Kid Ramos  Bandstand Boogie   Options California guitar player and sometime member of the Fabulous Thunderbirds. From "West Coast House Party" on Evidence (2000) 
Duke Ellington  Blue Pepper (Far East of the Blues)   Options from Far East Suite-- Special Mix (1966) 
Four Piece Suit  Old Cape Cod   Options Excellent Boston instrumental combo 
Chris Smither  Already Gone (Flatfoot Blues)   Options  
Dave Alvin  Don't Let Your Deal Go Down   Options  
Mississippi John Hurt  Spanish Fandango   Options Bluesman, rediscovered in 1960s, could play as well as he did four decades earlier.  
Mississippi John Hurt  Farther Along   Options  
Mississippi John Hurt  Got the Blues (Can't Be Satisfied)   Options from "Avalon Blues: The Complete 1928 Okeh Recordings" (Columbia/Legacy, 1996) 
Patrick Sky  Mississippi John Hurt's Candy Man   Options Sky also covers Rev. Gary Davis' Candy Man on "Through a Window" (Shanachie, 1985)  
Bob Dylan  Po' Boy   Options from "Love and Theft" (2001) 
Bob Dylan  Positively 4th Street   Options  
Jim Kweskin Jug Band  Downtown Blues   Options vocals by Geoff Muldaur 
Jim Kweskin Jug Band  Mornin' Blues   Options vocals by Bruno Wolf 
Suntanama  Corduroy Lawsuit   Options WFMU DJ John Allen on guitar 
Harry Shearer  Your Brain on Drugs   Options  
Sue Foley  Two Trains   Options  
Lowell George  Two Trains   Options Lowell George left Little Feat to try solo and made the great1979 album "Thanks I'll Eat It Here." And then he died. 
Dennis Wayne & Vinny's Rhythmaires  Teenage Boogie   Options from "Chicken Session: Early Northwest Rockers & Instrumentals," Vol. 2 (Norton, 2002) 
Royals  Thunder Wagon   Options also from "Chicken Session" 
Mink Deville  Desperate Days   Options  
Neko Case  Poor Ellen Smith   Options  
Stanley Brothers  So Blue   Options and the Clinch Mountain Boys featuring Ralph Stanley on Five String Banjo-- so says the cover of "Hard TImes" (Mercury, 1963) 
Steve Earle  Me and the Eagle   Options from "Sidetracks" (2002)-- great collection of covers and 'stray tracks' 
Mike Auldridge  Everybody Slides   Options from "Dobro Blues & Bluegrass" (1974) with help from Lowell George, David Bromberg and others 
Emmett Miller  I Ain't Got Nobody   Options  
Albert King  Born Under a Bad Sign   Options  
Albert King  Crosscut Saw   Options  
Otha Turner & Afrosippi Allstars  Sitting On Top of the World   Options with Rising Star Fife & Drum Band 
Pete & Sheila Escovedo  Solo Tu   Options Father/daughter percussionists, from "Solo Two" (1977), produced by Billy Cobham. Con skip. 
Tito Puente's Golden Latin Jazz All-Stars  Oye Como Va   Options Recorder live at Village Gate (1992) w/Mongo Santamaria, Paquito D'Rivera, Dave Valentin, Claudio Roditi, Giovanni Hidalgo, Andy Gonzalez  
Tito Puente  Killer Joe   Options from "Un Poco Loco" (Concord, 1987) 
Los Lobos  Luz de Mi Vida   Options  
Los Lobos  The Big Ranch   Options  
Ponty Bone and the Squeezetones  Strollin'   Options Austin-based accordionist plays New Orleans style on "My My, Look at This" (Amazing Records, 1987) 
Alejandro Escovedo  Wave   Options  
True Believers  She's Got"   Options Previous band of Alejandro E 
Shin Juny Hyun  Korean Psychedelia   Options from WFMU DJ Rob W's Transpacific Sound Paradise Presents 'What I Bought on my Holiday' 

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