Monday, November 2, 2009

11.03.09 Social Lubrication V:004

Social Lubrication: Version 4
Cross Genera, Platform, Radio Show LIVE from the Annex Studio 312. This weeks main focus is jazz blues and a smattering of other generas.
Edward The Librarian
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001) Sunshine Daze - Sugashak
002) Taxes on the Farmer Feeds Us All - RY Cooper
003) John Henry - Lead Belly
004) Red Cross Store - Mississippi Fred McDowell
005) Ain't No Grave Can Hold My Body Down - Odetta
006) Tryin' Times - Roberta Flack
007) Take This Hammer - Lead Belly
008) Shotgun - JR. Walker
009) Chicken Shack Boogie -Amos Milburn
010) Master Blaster - Stevie Wonder
011) Killing Me Softly with His Song - Roberta Flack
012) I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town - Josh White
013) Back o' Town Blues - Louis Armstrong
014) Goin Down Slow - Ray Charles
015) Nice work if You Can Get It - Ella Fitzgerald
016) Freddie Freeloader - Miles Davis
017) A Night in Tunisia - Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers
018) Blues Party --Metronome All Stars

Background Story:
Gather around all you rug cutters, let me tell you about where these mighty fine records came from. Back in a small town very near and dear to my hart lives my old graphic design professor, Karen Nulf. Karen is a jet setter, always roaming from here to there and when I was living in town I would often house/puppy sit. (man do I miss that house and dog) Anyways Karen would pay me in vinyl. An inch of vinyl for each house sitting job. I was in heaven. Over the years I've listened to most of not all of the records I had collected back then but a few have managed to escape my listening pleasure. So tonight we will be rooting around in this amazing cache of vinyl.

But before we get started lets play a nice dance track I found hanging around my stacks. This is the track that got me in the mood to knock out this set.

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