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Options February 19, 2005: Ducks in Winter

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Big Guitars from Texas  Hardy Street   Options This tune was written by Rick "Casper" Rawls of the LeRoi Brothers, one of many hot twangers from the Big Guitars crew 
Doc Watson  Liza/Lady Be Good   Options Mark O'Connor joins in on fiddle on this very good "Lady Be Good" duet; from the Shanachie Flat Picking Guitar Festival, 1990. 
Darcy Deaville  Ducks on the Red River Jigging   Options Austin fiddler plays with the ducks, on her 1991 CD, "The Last Hitchhiker on the Lost Highway" 
Bruce Langhorne  Three Teeth   Options A snippet of a tune from this fine folk guitarist. I know his work from the 60s with Dylan, Richard & Mimi Farina and others; this is from the soundtrack to Peter Fonda's 1971 "Hired Hand" movie. 
Davy Graham & Holly  Forty Ton Parachute   Options A 1970 album, recently re-issued on CD, from this British guitarist 
Rene Lacaille & Bob Brozman  Zok   Options Incredible duet. Lacaille is a brilliant player from Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean; Brozman is a California-based stringster 
Bob Brozman  Dead Cat on the Line   Options From his newest album-- "Blues Reflex"--Brozman does a couple of blues tunes, including this cover of the Tampa Red tune, originally done in the 1930s with Georgia Tom (aka Rev. Thomas Dorsey) helping out 
Bob Brozman  Rattlesnake Blues   Options Another blues number from the new Brozman CD. 
Rene Lacaille & Bob Brozman  Zok   Options I meant to play a tune from Bob Brozman's collaboration with Debashish Bhattyacharya but we got Rene Lacaille again. A great tune, hearing it twice is okay with me! 
Tau Moe's Hawaiian Jazzites  U Like, Noa Like   Options Bob Brozman and Debashish Bhattyacharya cite Tau Moe as an influence. Tau Moe's Hawaiian Jazzites is one of many fine groups featured on Yazoo's compilation CD "Slidin' On the Frets: The Hawaiian Steel Guitar Phenomenon" (2000) 
Debashish Bhattyacharya  Hindustani Slide Guitar   Options Bed (talkover) music here, deserves to heard in its own right 
Rene Lacaille  La Mandoz   Options With horns and vocals (in French), Lacaille mixes it up on "Mapou" on Riverboat/World Disc (2004) 
Ginger Baker  Satou   Options Former Cream drummer play top quality world jazz, on "Horses and Trees" (Celluloid, 1986)-- with Nana Vasconcelos and Foday Musa Suso 
Yusef Lateef  Straighten Up and Fly Right   Options This is Yusef Lateef at his best, from his superb 1966 "The Golden Flute" album, now on CD on Impulse Jazz 
Nat King Cole  Straighten Up and Fly Right   Options "Cool down Papa/Don't You Blow Your Top" says the buzzard to the monkey in this 1942 novelty hit that Cole wrote with Irving Mills 
New Birth Brass Band  I Got A Woman   Options These guys started out, some still in high school, as a funky New Orleans street band. They've matured "New Birth Family"-- produced by George Porter, Jr of the Meters--on Fat Black Records (2004) 
Ray Charles  Goin' Down Slow   Options There's a scene in the movie where Jerry Wexler tells the young Ray not to sound like Nat King Cole or Charles Brown. This is early Ray and, though a bit derivative, he sounds pretty damn good 
Jimmy McGriff  I Got A Woman   Options Another cover of this popular Ray Charle's tune--written when he finally came into his own-- played here as bed music. Hope you don't mind. 
Incredible String Band  Ducks on a Pond   Options This tune on ISB's 1968 "Wee Tam" sounds as fresh and original as ever. Plus they sneak a little Woody in at the end! 
Roger McGuinn & Pete Seeger  Alabama Bound   Options A few years ago, McGuinn visited a bunch of old folkie friends and came out with a cool album of duets: "Treasures from the Folk Den" on Appleseed Records, 2001. 
Mike Dalton  You'll Never Know   Options Contemporary stuff from the Jersey Shore. Sounds good. Mike plays around a lot; find out more at mikedalton.com 
Byrds  Lazy Waters   Options The 1972 Byrds-- McGuinn, Gene Parsons, Clarence White and Skip Battin-- did this on "Farther Along" 
Roger McGuinn & Eliza Carthy  Reel   Options Another tune, an instrumental duet, from "Treasures from the Folk Den" 
Youngbloods  Sugar Babe   Options Traditional country blues tune with Banana's cool guitar licks and Jesse Colin Young vocals, from "Earth Music" (1967) 
Robert Wyatt  Pigs   Options Wyatt is a radical British folk rocker with a clever sense of humor and a righteous anger. I almost called this show "Pigs in Winter" 
Bill Monroe  Can't You Hear Me Calling   Options Bluegrass classic to get us back on track 
Professor "Louie" & the Crowmatix  Jack-A-Roe   Options Woodstock-area folkies do it up with this traditional British tune; Garth Hudson helps out on this album (but not this song) 
Donna the Buffalo  Man of Constant Sorrow   Options Another traditional folk tune, done with a touch of ska 
Sara Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irions  Mornin's Over   Options Nice CD from Woody/Arlo progeny: "Exploration" on New West, 2005 
Buck Owens & the Buckaroos  Love Minus Zero-- No Limit   Options No Hee Haw here. Buck does a nice job (despite lyrical mishap) on Dylan tune, from 1971 "Bridge Over Troubled Waters" now on CD on Sundazed 
Savoy-Doucet Cajun Band  Two-Step d'Amede   Options This instrumental tribute to pioneer accordionist Amede Ardoin by 3 Cajun musicians-- Michael Doucet (of Beausoleil) and Ann & Marc Savoy-- is the title cut to their 1988 album on Arhoolie 
Savoy-Doucet Cajun Band  Flammes d'Enfer   Options aka "The Flames of Hell or Stuck in Traffic on the Oakland Bay Bridge"-- recorded live at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco 
Rue La-La  Bonsoir Moreau   Options Fine trio out of Austin, with Marce Lacouture, Mark Viator & Jane Gillman, did a nice CD of Cajun-flavored music in 2000. Catch Marce's great radio show on krvs.org (Lafayette, LA) every Tuesday afternoon 
Jimmie Dale Gilmore  Ramblin' Man   Options Jimmie has been doing this Butch Hancock tune for years but recorded it only recently-- two versions on his last two CDs 
Billy Joe Shaver  Eagle on the Ground   Options From "Billy & the Kid" (Compadre, 2004) is a sweet/sad tribute to guitar player/son Eddie Shaver, who died in 2000 
Ray Wylie Hubbard  Drivin' Wheel   Options New CD-- "Delirium Tremelos" (Philo, 2005)-- is filled with clever originals but this cover is just too good to miss. The album was produced by Gurf Morlix, with harmony vocals by Patty Griffin and Eliza Gilkyson 
Janine Wilson  Breaking Up Somebody's Home   Options This DC-based blues singer went to Austin and got Jesse Taylor & Ernie Durawa to play on her album. Find out more @ janinewilsonband.com 
Dr. Eugene Chadbourne  You Can't Hide A Redneck   Options Ernie Durawa plays drums on this no-nonsense cover of Doug Sahm tune, with Speedy Sparks on bass 
Texas Tornados  The Gardens   Options February 3rd was Ernie Durawa Day in Austin. Texas Tornados drummer Ernie played for years with Doug Sahm, Delbert McClinton and others; he now leads Los Jazz Vatos. Check him out at erniedurawa.com 
Tony Trischka & Beppe Gambetta  Reuben's Train/Soldier's Joy   Options Mandolin & guitar duets on "Alone & Together" on Alcazar, 1994 
Tony Trischka & Beppe Gambetta  Family Whistle   Options Italian guitarist Gambetta wrote this one 
Insect Trust  Ducks   Options Three ducks songs in one show! This collection of artists, writers and musicians did some interesting work back then. This tune is from their 1970 "Hoboken Saturday Night" now on CD on Collectors Choice 

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