Scratchy Vinyl October (whoa!) 1 , 2011

A Beautiful Morning in the Dale!  This week has had some of the nicest days southern Illinois has seen since spring!  First day of October, the leaves are starting to change into the various warm hues of reds and orange, the hunters are preparing for their season, and the days are shrinking along.  Remember to keep track of all the festivals happening around southern Illinois this month, and be sure to get out and enjoy one of the best times of year to get out and go into the Shawnee (when the biters start to ebb, the poisin ivy turns bright red,  and our snakes crawl off to bed…)
And don’t forget to stop at the farmers market this month! All the beautiful apples and sweet potatos, squash and fall greens, and great people of course, are winding down for the year… Don’t Miss IT!

You May Be Right, Billy Joel
Reason to Believe,  Rod Stewert
Back on the Street Again,  James Taylor
Operator,  Jim Croce
Yes, We Have No Bananas,  Spike Jones and His City Slickers
Akiwowo (Chant to the Trainman), Oloatunji and Drums of Passion
Under African Skies,  Paul Simon
Whispering,  Paul Whiteman’s Orchestra
It’s A Sin To Tell A Lie,  Fats Waller
Bouquet of Roses, Eddy Arnold
I A’int Got Nobody,  Louis Armstrong
Cheatin’ On Me, Jimmie Lunceford
Them There Eyes, Billie Holiday
Memories of You,  Glen Gray
Forty Cups of Coffee,  Les Brown and his Band Of Renown
Wrappin’ It Up, Benny Goodman
Dark Eyes, Eddie Condon and the Dixieland All-Stars
Couple dance from Cojocna, Ring Dance, Gypsy Music for Table, Maretake Ciuori,  Musical Treasures of Rumania
Everybody Eats When They Come To My House, Cab Calloway
I Want a Butter and Egg Man,  Louis Armstrong
On the Sunny Side of the Street,  Keely Smith
Headaches, Allan Sherman
Dang Me,  Roger Miller
Old Folks,  Flatt and Scruggs
Lonesome, On’ry, and Mean, Waylon Jennings
A Wound Time Cant Erase, Johnny Cash
The Naughty Lady of Shady Lane, The Ames Brothers
Getting Something out of Life,  Billie Holiday
Day-O,  Harry Belefonte


Scratchy Vinyl, September 24 2011

Good Morning!  Waist deep in pledge driving, chock full of Grandma’s Jazz! Happy Autumn to you, and enjoy your day! (and yes, only vinyl played on this show!)

Blowin’ Up a Storm, Woody Herman
Baby the Rain Must Fall,  The Brass Ring
Keen and Peachy,  Woody Herman
Control Yourself,  Doris Day with Andre Previn
Alone Together,  Dizzy Gillespie with Johnny Richard’s Orchestra
Let’s Face the Music and Dance, Tony Bennett
Ida Sweet as Apple Cider,  Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians
Drowsy Waters, Luke Leilani
Original Dixieland One-Step,  Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra
Walk on the Wild Side, Martin Denny
My Old Man, Smothers Brothers
I’ve Got Rhythm,  Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
El Gato ‘Boo’,  The Jazz  Ambassadors
Let a Smile Be Your Umbrella, Perry Como
Blues For Sale,  Billy Eckstine
St.  James Blues,  Cab Calloway
Dunn’s Coronet Blues, Johnny Dunn and His Band
Grandmother’s Song,  Steve Martin
Darn That Dream, George Shearing and The Montgomery Brothers
This Will Make You Laugh,  Nat King Cole
Yeah Man,  Woody Herman
Back Home In Illinois,  James Dapogny’s Chicago Jazz Band
Shiny Stockings, Milt Jackson and Count Basie
Gimme Some Sugar,  Evelyn McGee Stone
Three O’Clock in the Morning,  Erroll Garner
I Can’t Give You Anything But Love,  Earl “Fatha” Hines
Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, Bing Crosby
Wild Root, Woody Herman

Scratchy Vinyl, September 17 2011

The Last Weekend of Summer!  We are heading towards longer nights, sweet potatoes, and crispy leaves underfoot.  One of my favorite parts of fall, the ticks and chiggers and poison ivy  start to go away!  What’s yours?

Don’t forget to call in your pledge today!  And make sure to check out the links below to hear some great music from current musicians based in New Orleans!

Have a Good Time,  Paul Simon
Don’t Think Twice It’s All right, Bob Dylan
Where Do The Children Play, Cat Stevens
Malagunas Flamencas, Manitas de Plata
In The Still Of The Night, Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli
Mr. Jinx Stay Away From Me,  Larry Clinton and His Orchestra with Bea wain
You Took Advantage of Me,  Midnight at Eddie Condon’s
Something’s Gotta Give, Rosemary Cloony
Potato Head Blues,  Louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven
Always, Harry James and His Orchestra
Let Me Off Uptown,  Larry Clinton and His Orchestra
I Wish I Was In Chicago,  The Characters
If I Had My Way,  Far Westerners
The Song Of A One Legged Chicken, Tom T. Hall
I Love,  Tom T Hall
Cattle Call,  Slim Whitman
You Are My Sunshine,  Texas Jim Robertson
Drive You Out of My Mind,  Loretta Lynn
1600 Miles, Dave Dudley
Little Boxes,  Pete Seeger
Dolores,  Dick Kesner
Viper’s Dream, Django Reindhardt and Stephane Grappelli
All the Wrongs You Did Me,  Sweet Emma At Disneyland
Tin Roof Blues,  The French Market Jazz Band
Who Took The Happiness Out,  Dirty Dozen Brass Band
 On Frenchman StreetLynn Drury
Bogalusa Strut, The French Market
Frankie,  Ken Swartz and The Palace of Sin
It Ain’t What You Think, Dirty Dozen Brass Band
Sugar on The FloorLynn Drury

Scratchy Vinyl, September 10 2011

What a shift in season we are seeing in southern illinois! A week ago I was dripping sweat and wearing sandals, and now I am searching for my socks and digging out my wool!  Today felt like a good day to play some songs for those who are lucky enough to sleep in, curled up and dreamy,  happy to be wrapped up in a blanket.  Make sure to get out and see the early fall turning trees, enjoy the last of the peaches, and remember how beautiful autumn can be!

Athletes Foot, Classic Tenors
The World Is Waiting For a Sunrise, Jess Stacey
Long Moan, Classic Tenors
I’ve Got a Right To Sing The Blues, Billie Holiday
Pawn Ticket,  Ray Bryant
Why Don’t You Do Right, Benny Goodman and His Orchestra with Peggy Lee
Who?, Eric Rogers and His Orchestra
Good Mornin’, David Carroll and His Orchestra
Cecilia,  Jonah Jones Quartet
Them Was The Good Old Days,  The Sundowners
The Prisioners Song,  Frankie Carle
Plant You now, Dig You Later, My Pal Joey
Life is Just A Bowl of Cherries,  Carol Sloane
Dreaming Out Loud,  Artie Shaw and His Orchestra with Martha Tilton
Frim Fram Sauce,  Nat King Cole Trio
Round Midnight, Thelonious Monk
Thelonious, Bud Powell
Livin’ In The Sunlight, Lovin’ in the Moonlight, Bing Crosby
It’s A Pity To Say Goodnight, June Christy
Between The Devil and The Deep Blue Sea,  The Firehouse Five Plus Two
Ain’t She Sweet,  Eric Rogers and His Orchestra
Guess Things Happen That Way,  Johnny Cash
Stateside,  Mel Tillis and Friends
Breathless, Jerry Lee Lewis
If You’ve Got The Money Honey, I’ve Got the Time,  Willie Nelson and Family
 May the Bird Of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose, Little Jimmy Dickens
Cab Driver, The Mills Brothers
I Want a Little Sugar in My Bowl,  Nina Simone
Cloudy,  Simon and Garfunkel
Summer Boy, Buffy Sainte-Marie
Come Sunday,  Duke Ellington with Mahalia Jackson
I’ll Get By, Billie Holiday

Scratchy Vinyl September 3 2011

A new load of 45’s have arrieved! Awesome!

Nowhere Man,  The Beatles
We Can Work It Out, The Beatles
Please Pass The Buscuits, Gene Sullivan
Boll Weevil Song,  Brook Benton
Goodbye Chiquita, Terry Gilkyson
Wash Your Feet Before Going To Bed,  Gene Sullivan
The Old Piano Roll Blues,  Mark IV
I’d Give A Million Tomorrows,  Mark IV
On the Street Where You Live,  Cootie Williams and His Orchestra
Bye Bye Blues, Dinah Shore
Weary Blues,  Tommy Dorsey
Down At Papa Joe’s, The DixieBelles
Dixie Flyer,  Mugsy Spanier and his Dixieland Band
Tom Cat, The Rooftop Singers
Tiger Rag, Mugsy SpanierMugsy Spanier and his Dixieland Band
Light Of The World, Godspell
Stompin’ At The Savoy,  Humphrey Lyttelton and His Band
Moanin’,  Quincy Jones
Ua Like No A Like,  The Outriggers
Some Other Guy,  Tom Jones
As You Make Your Bed,  The Sextet of Orchestra U.S.A
Tiger A Go-Go, Buzz and Bucky (Ronnie And The Daytones)
You’re A Sweet Little Headache,  Bing Crosby
Snowflakes and Teardrops, The Angels
Love Those Eyes, Lawerence Welk
Tuxedos and Flowers, Les Paul and Mary Ford
Sing A song of Heartbreak
Brenda Lee, Chuck Berry
What’d I Say, The Astronauts
Mashed Potato Time, Dee Dee Sharp
The People in Your Neighborhood, Sesame Street
Walk Like A Man, The Four Seasons
What’d I Say,  Herbie Mann
Popeye,  Chubby Checker
All For The Best,  Godspell

Scratchy Vinyl, August 27 2011

It’s a beautiful Saturday morning in Southern Illinois!  Garlic and Basil, Watermelon and Peaches, and some Cream in my Coffee.  The last weekend in August, summer is waning!  Make sure you get out and enjoy the sunshine and warm days before it is sweater time!

Today I Love Everybody,  Lena Horne
Goin’ To Town, Luis Russel and his Orchestra
I Ain’t Gonna Give Nobody None of My Jelly Roll, Victoria Spivey
Sweet Sue Just You, Dukes of Dixieland
My Gal Sal, Del Wood
Bless Her Beautiful Hide, Rose Marie and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
I’m a Woman, Peggy Lee
It’s The Darndest Thing,  Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra
Goodbye Blues, Connie’s Inn Orchestra
That D Minor Thing, The World’s Greatest Jazzband
Everybody Love’s My Baby,  Doris Day
Runnin’ Wild, Red Nichols and His World-Famous Pennies
Bird of Paradise, Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra
I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles, Vera Lynn
Smoke Dreams, Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
With Your Life You Can Do What You Will, Sophie Tucker
What People Do, Hap Palmer
Love Life, The Ruttles
If I Had All the World and Its Gold,  Avant Garde
Colours, Kingston Trio
Swinging the Devils Dream, Spade Cooley
You Cooked Your Goose With Me, Doc Souchon and His Milneburg Boys
Farther than My Eyes Can See, Lefty Frizzell
I Can’t Help the Way You Feel, Spade Cooley
A-Sleepin’ at the Foot of the Bed,  Little Jimmy Dickens
Besame Mucho,  Los Panchos
Lucky Crossing Polka
Duldula, Music of the Middle East  Artie Barsamian and his Orchestra
Raga Bhupal Todi Tala Ardha Jaital,  Ravi Shankar
Chim Chim Cheree, Mary Poppins
Dream A Little Dream, Ella Fitzgerald with Count Basie and His Orchestra

Scratchy Vinyl, August 20 2011

What a Beautiful relief August has been from the summer long august-like weather! Hope you enjoy the day and the show!

I’m More than Satisfied, The Chicago Loopers
I’m Nobody’s Baby,  Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
Southland Tribute,  Johnny Puelo and his Harmonica Gang
Ol’ Man River, Jimmy Smith
Original Dixieland One-Step, Ringside at Condon’s
Sam the Accordian Man, Ruth Etting
Keepin’ Out of Mischief Now, Ringside at Condon’s
Squeeze Me, Ringside at Condon’s
Saturday Night (Is the Lonliesnt Night of the Week), Charlie Spivak and Orchestra
The Song Is Ended (But the Melody Lingers On), Earl Hines
Ain’t Misbehavin’, Bing Crosby
My Heart Beats Like a Hammer, Dakota Staton
The Booglie Wooglie Piggie,  Les Brown and Orchestra with Doris Day
Rambling Hobo, Doc Watson
El Paso, Marty Robbins
Didn’t Leave Nobody But the Baby, O Brother Where Art Thou
A Hundred and Sixty Acres,  Marty Robbins
Beaumont Rag, Doc Watson
Homeward Bound, Glen Campbell
Windy and Warm, Chet Atkins
Where You Been, Country Western Roundup
Gardenia Waltz,  Bob Mathews
Kissin’ Polka, RonTerry and His Orchestra
Yesterday’s Dreams, Four Tops
Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’, Michael Jackson
Do Ya Think I’m Sexy,  Rod Stewart
Don’t Mess  With A Woman, Helen Reddy
Between Seventeen and Twenty, Elton John
You Don’t Mess Around With Jim,  Jim Croce
Walking To New Orleans, Fats Domino
In the Still Of The Night,  Five Satins
Bandala,  The Partridge Family
Everybody’s Talkin’,  Manatovini
Day In Day Out, Frank Sinatra