Options Steve Krinsky: Playlist from April 24, 2003 Options

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Options April 24, 2003: Smile

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Big Guitars from Texas  Breaker   Options  
Jim Campilongo and the 10 Gallon Hat  Pat & Patsy   Options from "Heavy" (2000) 
Jim Campilongo and the 10 Gallon Hat  Hamster Wheel   Options more from "Heavy" 
The Byrds  You & Me   Options 1965 Instrumental bonus, added to CD re-issue of "Mr. Tambourine Man" 
Dave Kleiner w/ Liz Pagan  Kings Highway   Options Byrdsy tune from local songwriter 
Amy Rigby  Til the Wheels Fall Off   Options Todd Snider helps out on vocals on this fine new CD 
Uncle Tupelo  No Depression   Options Title cut from their 1990 song, which became the name of the alternative country magazine. 
Roscoe Holcomb  Sitting on Top of the World   Options Kentucky mountain music from 1964, on "An Untamed Sense of Control" on Smithsonian Folkways (2003) 
Dave Kleiner  Don't Fall In Love With A Mexican Rabbi   Options Can't resist that Tex-Mex sound! 
Phoebe Kreutz  The Taco Bell Song   Options Can't resist that Tex-Mex food-- although TB doesn't really count. 
Beto y Los Fairlanes  Dale Gas   Options Jazz from Austin, with a Tex-Mex flavor 
Bob Weir  Mexicali Rose   Options Hot tune on Bobby's "Ace" album, with Grateful Dead in disguise 
Las Hermanas Segovia  La Pretenciosa   Options Norteno music from 1953 on Arhoolie 
Rusty Wier  Texas Morning   Options Rusty's been a singer/songwriter in Austin since in the early 70s 
Tom Russell w/ Nanci Griffith  Bus Station   Options from Tom's new album "Modern Art" on Hightone (2003) 
Booker T & the MGs  Good Groove   Options from an album of their Stax instrumentals, along with tunes by the Mar-Keys, on Fantasy (2003) 
Archie Shepp  Attica Blues   Options Cool and righteous jazz statement on an ugly episode of political brutality, from 1972 
Little Milton  We're Gonna Make It   Options Mississippi soul 
Augustus Pablo  Jah Say Dub   Options from "Rockers Meet King Tubbys in a Fire House" on Shanachie, 1980 
Dudu Pukwana  Sonia   Options Fine South African jazz 
Bobby Patterson  Busy, Busy Bee   Options Soulful blues from Dallas 
Bobby Patterson/The Mustangs  How Funky Can You Get   Options Organ instrumental 
Bobby Patterson/The Mustangs  Turn Back the Hands of Time   Options Sharp instrumental cover, with vocal chorus, of soul classic 
Kronos Quartet  Spoonful   Options Strings do Willie Dixon, from "Short Stories" (1984) 
Willie Dixon  Spoonful   Options Chicago blues at its best, from "I Am The Blues" (1970) 
Willie Dixon  Dustin' Off the Bass   Options With Rob Wasserman's 1994 "Trios" album, with Al Duncan on drums 
Willie Bobo  Juicy   Options Title cut to fine 1967 album 
Herbie Mann  Jungle Fantasy   Options from "Broasted or Fried: Latin Breakbeats, Basslines & Boogaloo" on Harmless, 2000. Beware abrupt ending. 
Sergio Mendes  Sambinha Bossa   Options Jobim tune, from "Swinger in Rio" (1966), with Phil Woods (sax), Art Farmer (fluegelhorn), Hubert Laws (flute) 
Caetano Veloso  Cucurrucucu Paloma   Options Brazilian songster does an amazing version of Mexican folksong, on soundtrack of Almodovar's "Talk to Her" 
Sergio Mendes  The Dreamer   Options Bed (talkover) music 
Sergio Mendes  Useless Panorama   Options Another Jobim tune 
Antonio Carlos Jobim & Salena Jones  I Was Just One More For You   Options Duet on "Salena Sings Jobim with the Jobims" (1997) 
Emiko Tada  Black Orpheus   Options Japanese jazz pianist cover Brazilian classic 
Emiko Tada w/ Salena Jones  Smile   Options Salena Jones (formerly Joan Shaw) is big in Japan. Here she and Emiko Tada cover the Charles Chaplin classic 
Salena Jones  Sermonette   Options Salena Jones has been living and working in England for more than 30 years. More info: www.officepark.co.uk/salena-jones 
Manilal Nag  Drut Gat in Tintal   Options Indian sitar master plays raga on sitar and surbahar, a large bass sitar or Indian lute 
Raymond Scott  Twilight in Turkey   Options 1939 tune, found on "Microphone Music" (2002) 
Music Explosion  Road Runner   Options Hot garage sound, from 1968 
Bo Diddley  Road Runner   Options Different song, same title, from 1959 
Bo Diddley  Aztec   Options Instrumental from 1961 
Calexico  Quatro (World Drifts In)   Options from "Feast of Wire" (2003) 
Calexico  Stucco   Options also from "Feast" 
Kropotkins  Truckstop Girls   Options Great band: Lorette Velvette on vocals, Mo Tucker on drums, Dave Soldier on banjo, mandolin, piano, violin and more 
Othar Turner & Rising Star Fife and Drum Band  Shimmy She Wobble   Options North Mississippi fife and drum master died in 2003 

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