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Options November 5, 2005: Jarred Awake

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Big Guitars from Texas  Holiday for Hoss   Options The usual twangy intro stuff 
Big Guitars from Texas  Strained   Options More usual twangy intro stuff; can't get enough of these pickers 
Karl Bryan  LK Strut   Options Clement "Coxsone" Dodd did wonders with stuff like this Jamaican ska instrumental from Studio One, on Soul Jazz 
Count Ozzie & the Zion All Stars  Holy Mount Zion   Options More Studio One 
Alton Ellis  Alton's Groove   Options From "Alton is a Legend" on Heartbeat, released 1995 
Big Chief Ellis  Chief's E (flat) Blues"   Options 1974 recording with Tarheel Slim on guitar-- and Brownie McGhee helping out on other cuts 
Dexter Gordon  Confirmation   Options Dexter plays Bird on "Daddy Plays the Horn"-- recorded in 1955, released on CD by Shout Factory, 2005) 
Mance Lipscomb  Going Down Slow   Options That sweet East Texas blues sound, recorded in Mance's hometown of Navasota in 1960 by Chris Strachwitz. This became one of the first releases of Arhoolie Records 
Mississippi Fred McDowell  Someday   Options This guy could play! From "Bues Guitar Heroes" on Fuel, 2003 
Johnny Copeland w/ Dr. John  Ghetto Child   Options Clyde Copeland plays the blues on "Strike a Deep Chord: Blues Guitars for the Homeless" (Justice Records, 1992) 
Zora Neal Hurston  Shove It Over   Options A work song, done by one of the gems of the Harlem Renaissance; from "Music from the Florida Folklife Collection" (See floridamemory.com) 
Crap Eye  One Morning at the Break of Day (Wake Up Song)   Options Part of the Alan Lomax archives: "Mississippi Saints & Sinners"-- from the "Deep River of Song" documentary 
Frank Evans  French Song   Options More Lomax 
Fernest & the Thunders  Since You've Been Gone   Options Zydeco from St. Martin's Parish in the swamps of Louisiana 
Los Bomboras  Run & Hide   Options A listener called during this set-- it was only 7 am, Saturday-- to complain that she didn't want to be jarred awake. Sorry. 
Joe King Carrasco  Bandido Rock   Options Title cut from Joe's very political Tex-Mex party album 
Los Straitjackets w/ El Vez  Rey Criollo (aka King Creole)   Options  
Los Straitjackets w/ Dave Alvin  Caifornia Sun   Options  
Nick Lowe  Poor Side of Town   Options Nick Lowe does a great job on this cover of the 1960s Johnny RIvers hit; from "The Convincer" (Yep Roc, 2001) 
Sue Foley  Oh Baby, We Got a Good Thing Going   Options  
Cliffie Stone Orchestra  Barracuda   Options Not much rockin' here-- even though the CD is called "Country Goes Rock N Roll, Vol. 1: The Old Guard" (Rev Ola 2005) 
Shorty Long  Who Said I Said That   Options Another "Country Goes Rock" tune: Shorty has a little more rock & roll growl than Cliffie 
Joe Ely  Rock Me My Baby   Options Joe Ely knows how to take this great Shorty Long song and make it rock! 
Doug Sahm  Is Anybody Going to San Antone?   Options "This is a song about my hometown," he says. Doug died a few years ago, still in his 50s. A real loss 
Doug Sahm  Groover's Paradise   Options This one is about Austin. I knew the Guacamole Queen but I can't remember her name. Her brother was a pretty good session drummer 
Doug Sahm  Whirlaway   Options Nice instrumental you a young Doug Sahm; can be found-- with lots of other good stuff-- on "San Antonio Rocks: The Harlem Recordings, 1957-1961" 
Sir Douglas Quintet  Song of Everything   Options Doug moved his band to San Francisco in the late 60s 
Los Jazz Vatos  Sho Nuff Did   Options Led by Doug's longtime drummer and San Antonio pal Ernie Durawa, this contemporary Austin jazz combo covers Thad Jones here. 
Los Jazz Vatos  Bluellespie   Options A Paquito D'Rivera composition 
Rich Minus  Woke Up This Morning   Options My old pal Rich grew up in San Antonio, near Doug and Ernie. He has a bunch of albums out of Last Call records out of Paris 
Texas Tornados  Bonita Es El Espanol   Options Doug teamed up with Flaco Jimenez, Freddy Frender and Augie Myers in the late 80s. They did a Spanish language version of their first album, here covering Butch Hancock's "She Never Spoke Spanish To Me" 
Flaco Jimenez  Swiss Waltz   Options Flaco plays accordian-- in every style. Here is an instrumental that mixes Tex-Mex with European sounds, a common South Texas amalgam 
Flaco Jimenez  Ay Te Dijo En San Antonio   Options Flaco comes from a musical family from San Antonio. This classic tune was written by his dad, Santiago Jimenez, Sr. 
Flaco Jimenez w/ Radney Foster  Jealous Heart   Options  
Gamble Rogers w/ Will McLean  Orange Blossom Special   Options Florida folkies duet 
Tommy Jarrell  Let Me Fall   Options Tommy (on banjo) with Oscar Jenkins & Fred Cockerham, from "Down at the Cidar Mill" (Country Records, 2004) 
Seldom Scene  Philadelphia Lawyer   Options DC-bluegrass band does Woody Guthrie 
Ramblin Jack Elliot  Rex's Blues   Options With help from Emmy Lou Harris & Nanci Griffith, Jack covers Townes Van Zandt 
Townes Van Zandt  Dollar Bill Blues   Options  
Dave Alvin  Engine 143   Options  
Doc Watson Family  Georgie   Options  
Doc Watson Family  Reuben's Train   Options  
Joel Plaskett Emergency  What Do You Wnat Me To Do   Options  
Joel Plaskett Emergency  Light of the Moon   Options  

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