Options Steve Krinsky: Playlist from September 20, 2003 Options

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Options September 20, 2003: Te-Ni-Nee-Ni-Nu

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Big Guitars from Texas  Groovus   Options Early morning twang 
Artie Traum w/ The Band  Yankee Swamp   Options Catskills pals play. Listen to Garth on keyboards! 
Didier Carmier  La Cathedral: Intro   Options French guitar jazz via Jersey City 
Didier Carmier  La Cathedral   Options And more 
Jiminez Sisters  El Pajaro Pinto   Options 1952 Alan Lomax recordings from Extremadura, Spain 
Manuel Garcia Matos  Fandango & Jota   Options More Lomax in Spain 
Jackie Washington  Spanish Fandango   Options 60s Boston folkie covers Elizabeth Cotten 
Jim Campilongo Electric Trio  Bought Some Swampland in Florida   Options New live album-- "American Hips" (Blue Hen, 2003) -- includes a duet with Norah Jones 
Pollo del Mar  Jack the Ripper   Options Wake up before he kills you! Link Wray cover from recent tribute album, which also includes tunes by Southern Culture on the Skids, Fleshtones, Calexico, 4 Piece Suit and more 
Slim Harpo  Te-Ni-Nee-Ni-Nu   Options Southern blues with serious rhythm 
Slim Harpo  Mailbox Blues   Options Slim plays a mean guitar (no harp here) but listen to the bass and drums as well 
Fela  Coffin for Head of State   Options Powerful piece of protest music, a challenge to the thugs who ruled Nigeria and murdered Fela's mother. 
Cornel West  Stolen King   Options  
High Life from Ghana  #5   Options  
Pinetop Perkins  9 Finger Boogie   Options Muddy Waters sideman visited WFMU in June 1993 and left us with this piano blues 
Babs Gonzales  Ray's Groove   Options Newark's first rapper, from 1947, with Roy Haynes on drums. From "Bop LIves! Delmark 50th Anniversary Collection" (2003) 
Afro Celt Sound System  Whirl-Y-Reel 2   Options Great mix of cultures, from "Sound Magic, Vol. 1" on Real World (1996) 
Chieftains with Jerry Douglas  Rose Catha Na Mumhain/Arkansas Traveller/Wild Irishman   Options Country dobro meets Irish folk, from "Further Down the Old Plank Road: Nashville Sessions" (2003) 
Chieftains with Joe Ely  The Moonshiner/I'm a Rambler   Options Alternative country is a big hit in Ireland! On this album, the Chieftains play with Rosanne Cash, John Prine, John Hiatt, Doc Watson and more 
Black 47  Livin' in America (Fordham Road, 8 am)   Options This band is a mix of NYC & Irish cultures with leftwing politics 
Black 47  Funky Ceili (Bridie's Song)   Options These guys can really rock! 
Steve Earle  Rex's Blues/Ft. Worth Blues   Options Steve does Townes Van Zandt, along with his own blues, on his new album "Just an American Boy" (2003) 
Robert Earl Keen  Beats the Devil   Options from "Farm Fresh Onions" on Koch (2003) 
South Austin Jug Band  Cuttin' the Mullett   Options with Lloyd Maines as producer-- and on dobro 
RC Bank  Great Scott's BBQ   Options Another Lubbock transplant, now longtime Austin player 
Kimmie Rhodes & Willie Nelson  Picture in a Frame   Options Title cut to Kimmie's album with Willie, on Sunbird (2003) 
Byrds  Bound to Fall   Options Bonus instrumental track on recent CD re-issue of 1968 "Notorious Byrd Brothers" 
Byrds  My Back Pages   Options Dylan cover, one of the best 
Side Show  Cold Coffee   Options NYC-based artist Greg Kreutz wrote this tune for a one-shot Atlantic album, an Arif Mardin production, in 1970 
Didier Carmier with Greg Wall  Paris Blues   Options Jazz guitar and horn 
John Jorgenson  Lookin' Out My Back Door   Options Los Angeles guitar whiz/sideman does up Creedence 
Rodney Crowell  Earth Bound   Options John Jorgenson helps out on this new RC tune 
Robert Bradley's Blackwater Surprise  It'll Come to You   Options John Hiatt cover and title cut of yet another JH tribute album 
Linda Ronstadt  When We Ran   Options Another Hiatt, also on "It'll Come to You" CD 
Nick Lowe & his Cowboy Outfit  She Don't Love Nobody   Options Nick is a pretty good songwriter himself but he digs Hiatt too 
Bill Frisell  Have A Little Faith in Me   Options Downtown guitarist does instrumental Hiatt, with help from Don Byron, Guy Klucevsek, Joey Barron, Wayne Horvitz 
Johnny Cash  Five Feet High and Rising   Options  
Warren Zevon  Dirty Life & Times   Options  
Los Lobos  Voodoo Music   Options One of the many tunes on all those blues CDs related to the Scorcese/PBS series on the blues 
Electrik Mud Kats w/ Chuck D  Mannish Boy   Options Smart rappers take on Muddy Waters and Chicago blues 

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