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PostPosted: Sat January 5th, 2008, 04:46 GMT 

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Thanks Mr Glad Head !
Only one I found conflicting info for was Three Hearts in a Tangle - James Brown, which seems to have been released in 1962 ?

Also on my covers, although he doesn't play the complete track, I've added Rocket No. 9 - Sun Ra and his Outer Space Arkestra (1968)

Still not heard from Picasso !

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Yeah, that James Brown tune's hard to pin down. I've seen it listed as either 1962 or 1963, but saw it listed the most times as '63. Anyway, good call on the Sun Ra tune. I'll add it to the list.


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Lewis & stewART 2008 covers ! -
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The Way I Walk - Jack Scott & The Chantones (1959)
Walkin' With Frankie (Excerpt) - Frankie Lee Sims (1957)
Walk Right In - Gus Cannon's Jug Stompers (1930)
Walk Away Renee - Left Banke (1966)
Walk 'Em - Buddy Johnson & His Orchestra (1945)
I'm Walkin' - Fats Domino (1957)
Walking By Myself - Jimmy Rogers & Walter Horton (1956)
Walk on the Wild Side - Lou Reed (1972)
Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line - Waylon Jennings (1974)
Walkin' Slow Behind You - Jimmy Rushing with Count Basie & his Orchestra (1949)
Walkin' With Mr. Lee (Excerpt) - Lee Allen (1958)
Jake Walk Blues - Allen Brothers (1930)
My Walking Stick - The Mills Brothers with Louis Armstrong (1938)
The Walk - Jimmy McCracklin (1958)
Walk Don't Run (Excerpt) - Johnny Smith (1954)
Why I'm Walking - Stonewall Jackson (1960)


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Theme Time Radio Hour 214 - Around The World Part 1

Rhode Island Is Famous For You - Blossom Dearie (1960)
Down In Mexico - The Coasters (1956)
Acapulco Rock - Freddy Fender (a.k.a. Eddie Con Los Shades) (1960)
Werewolves Of London - Warren Zevon (1978)
Dark Streets Of London - The Pogues (1984)
Sous Le Ciel De Paris - Edith Piaf (1954)
Istanbul (Not Constantinople) - The Four Lads (1953)
A Sambe Siye E Goli [Let's Go to Johannesburg] - Shoba (1983)
She Never Spoke Spanish To Me - Joe Ely (1995)
Aquerela Do Brasil - Elis Regina & Toots Thielemans (1969)
Blue Canadian Rockies - The Byrds (1968)
Hunting Tigers Out In India - Hal Swain & His Band (1930)
Made In Japan - Buck Owens (1972)
How Are Things In Glocca Morra? (Excerpt) - Sonny Rollins (1947)
Hail Hail Fredonia (Excerpt) - Marx Brothers (1933)
Back In The U.S.S.R. - The Beatles (1968)
Around the World in 80 Days (Excerpt) (?)


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PostPosted: Fri January 25th, 2008, 01:50 GMT 
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A late remark regarding the Dreams episode : I really like the live version of Daydream by Scottish Paolo Nutini and French Jehro.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGWVsY380CU

Through this channel I would like to thank stewART and Mr Glad Had for having taken care of the data research during my absence on this site.
Well done guys! I appreciate.

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PostPosted: Fri January 25th, 2008, 13:49 GMT 

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Hi Picasso ! Welcome back - here's what I have for Around the World pt. 2

Theme from 'Around the World in 80 Days' (1956)
All Around The World - Little Willie John (1955)
Nuevo Laredo - Sir Douglas Quintet (1970)
Ferry Cross The Mersey - Gerry & The Pacemakers (1964)
Apache - The Shadows (Excerpt)) (1960)
Night In Tunisia (Excerpt) - Charlie Parker & Dizzy Gillispie (1945)
Africa - Celia Cruz (1997)
When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano - The Ink Spots (1940)
I Come From Jamaica - Chris Powell & His Blue Flames (1952)
Japanese Girl - Lloyd Clark (1962)
Going To Germany - Cannon's Jug Stompers (1929)
Ubangi Stomp - Warren Smith (1956)
Rockin' In The Congo - Hank Thompson (1957)
Loch Lomond - Maxine Sullivan (1937)
The Irish Rover - The Clancy Brothers (1962)
Travelin' Man - Ricky Nelson (1961)
I Don't Intend To Die In Egypt Land - Josh White (1960)
Arrivederci Roma - Dean Martin (1962) 28 Bob's Travelling Tips
Whole Wide World - Wreckless Eric (1978)


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I showed my face at the party. The music was rather boring. However I was most pleased to hear the terrific voice of Wanda Jackson again 50 years later. Full dynamite! Mama Rockabilly is already 70 now. Time for her to step down the stage and to loose some calories. ;-)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Y3w4xfR6rs

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First Season we got Bob's premature Countdown on the 13th of December; the 2007 one (in fact Countdown 2008 ;-) ) on 12DEC was fortunately not a cheap replay and was rather enjoyable.
I had a loud laugh listening to Bob's very poor French pronunciation (worse than his English! :-) ). Cherry on the cake was to hear Cat Power for a second. Hopefully her turn will fully come soonish in Dylan's program, because she really deserves a nice push after her fantastic 'Jukebox' album released early this week.

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PostPosted: Sat January 26th, 2008, 18:51 GMT 
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stewART wrote:
Hi Picasso ! Welcome back - here's what I have for Around the World pt. 2

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I Don't Intend To Die In Egypt Land - Josh White (1960)
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Thanks for all the research, Stew; but the fine recording of "I Don't Intend To Die In Egyptland " seems to be from 1933. The recording and printed lyrics are included on the finest box set I own, Goodbye Babylon http://dust-digital.com/goodbye-babylon.htm [the same one which was given as a gift from Bob Dylan to Neil Young, who raved about it in a radio interview a few years ago]

I put the lyrics to this song up on http://www.notdarkyet.org/tt-aroundtheworldtwo.html


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PostPosted: Sat January 26th, 2008, 20:48 GMT 
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I won't remember the Number One issue for a long time, except for track 6 about Jan Howard.

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Nevertheless I still enjoy listening to the show with a critical & musical ear.
:-)
Thx Bob.

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P.S.: I have a question regarding track 9 : what's the classical music background while Bob talks about dedications and the RIAA? Sounds familiar to me... :-(


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For me TTRH 63 was - without any doubt - the nicest walk Bob invited me to!!! I really enjoyed it. :-)
Special mention for the Allen Brothers.

Question for the experts here : what was played in the background on track 7 (Chopin?)?

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Closing track : You'll Never Walk Alone by Nina Simone (1957)

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he fine recording of "I Don't Intend To Die In Egyptland " seems to be from 1933.>

Right ! Cover corrected ---

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I was very pleased our DJ finally honoured Belgian musician Baron Toots Thielemans (°1922) together with late Elis Regina. Never too late, Bob, to think one day of Jacques Brel as well ... ;-)

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I wonder which orchestra plays the 1956 Victor Young theme on the closing track 30.

@ stewART : "She Never Spoke Spanish To Me" by Joe Ely was released in 1977.


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stewART : "She Never Spoke Spanish To Me" by Joe Ely was released in 1977. >

Thanks ! Now corrected -
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PostPosted: Thu January 31st, 2008, 14:23 GMT 
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Picasso from Belgium wrote:
Never too late, Bob, to think one day of Jacques Brel as well ... ;-)


I would love that too, but it seems pretty unlikely, no!?


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TTRH 66 Lock & Key : rather boring. :-(
Fortunately Richard opened the door to Jack McVea! :-)

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Anne McCue vs Lucinda Williams according to Ill Folks

http://illfolks.blogspot.com/2008/01/st ... mccue.html
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TTRH 66 Lock & Key : rather boring. :-(
Fortunately Richard opened the door to Jack McVea! :-)


Aww come on...I thought the Bob talk was great! That phone call was hilarious.


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(transcription by ragged clown !) >>>

Our Host: "What's that Tex? Someone needs to talk to me on Line 2? All right. Hello caller, you're on the air. What's your name and where you calling from?"

Tim: "Yeah, uh, my name is Tim Ziegler calling from Champaign-Urbana, Illinois."

OH: "Why, that's beautiful country. What can I do for you, Tim?"

Tim: "Yeah, uh, I've been listening to the show all day, and that song you just played, 'Somebody Done Changed the Lock on My Door.' Well, you know, you told everyone it was on the King Record label, and, uh, I went to Wikipedia and sorry to tell you, it was on Apollo Records."

OH: "Huh! What do ya know? You're probably right, Tim. You know, sometimes we tell you who wrote the song, what kind of music it is, who else recorded it. But, you know, sometimes we don't get it right. I mean, it's important to remember, this isn't a classroom here. This is music we're playing. It's music of the field, of the pool hall. The back alley crap game. The bar room and the bedroom. We don't want to make it dusty and academic. It's full of sweat and blood. It's like life itself. If every once in awhile we get a name wrong, or we tell you it's on the wrong label, it's not going to kill anybody, Tim. Just listen to the music."

Tim: "Well, I hear what you're saying. But, ah, you know, it was on the Apollo Record label."

OH: "Thanks for your call, Tim."

Tim: "Yeah, thanks."

OH: "Well, there's no pleasing some people. That was 'Somebody Done Changed the Lock on My Door' by Wynonie Harris on the Apollo Record label. You happy, Tim?"


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....Uh Bob, it's 'Somebody Changed the Lock on My Door.'
not 'Somebody DONE Changed the Lock on My Door'.....
Thanks....


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TTRH # 60 : Party
Added on track 3 Hot Barbeque - Brother Jack McDuff (1965)


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(transcription by ragged clown !) >>>


Not to sound like Tim, but I think ragged clown got the transcription from me. :wink:


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Presidents Day TTRH #68 was rather scruffy and at certain moments looked like another fill up of leftovers far away from The White House.

Combining Wynonie Harris' song (I Feel That Old Age Coming On) made me smile as much ....
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... as hearing Bob talking about Malady In A Minor instead of Melody In A Major.

Positive note : broadcasting the special 'High Hopes' 1960 elections version by Frankie Sinatra was a nice treat, Mr Dylan! Thanks!!!!

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