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Subbing on “Drinks With Tony” on Día de los Muertos, Nov. 2nd 2011

Thursday, November 3



  • “Nana Du Gros Zozo” by Orchestre du Bal Antillais from “The Secret Museum of Mankind, Vol. 5 – Ethnic Music Classics: 1925-48”
  • “Eden Concert “by Orquesta De Enrique Pena from “The Cuban Danzon – Before There Was Jazz 1906-1929”
  • “Forro do mane vito” by Luiz Gonzaga from “De Bahias aux Sertoes 1939-1955”
  • “Knoxville Blues” by Sam McGhee from “Uncle Dave Macon – Volume 2: Classic Cuts 1924-1938”
  • “Bedside Blues” by Jim Thompkins from “A Richer Tradition – Country Blues and String Band Music 1923-1942”
  •  “Karsilamas Tekirdag” by Cavadhias Popular Orchestra from “Rembetika 2 – More of the Secret History of Greece’s Underground Music”
  • “Camino En Los Valles” by Atahualpa Yupanqui from “Camino del Indio – Sus Primeros Exitos 1942-1944”
  • “Ol’ Man River” by Django Reinhardt et le Quintette du Hot Club de France from “Kind of Reinhardt”
  • “Follow Me Around the Garden/The Lark in the Meadow” by Doran, Sullivan and Owens from “Oldtime Records Vol 3. Piping Rarities”
  • “Todo Por Ti” by Lydia Mendoza from “Vida Mia”
  • “You Got To Roll” by David ‘Honeyboy’ Edwards from “Robert Johnson & The Last Of The Great Mississippi Blues Singers”
  • “From Four ‘till Late” by Robert Johnson from “Legendary Blues 2”
  • “St. James Infirmary” by Louis Armstrong and his Savoy Ballroom Five from “Original Masters – The Best of … The Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings”
  • “I’m Going To Take The Train To Charlotte” by Fiddlin’ John Carson from “The Retrospective 1925-1950”
  • “What Will I Do For my Money’s All Gone” by Uncle Eck Dunford & Hattie Stoneman from “The Bristol Sessions Vol.1”
  • “The Jinx Blues (Part 1)” by Son House from “Legends of the Country Blues”
  • “The Peeler and The Goat” by Frank Quinn from “If You Are Irish”
  • “An Cruiscin Lan” by Seamus Ennis from “The Return From Fingal”
  • “Mu Ne Bace Tande Njezet (In Your Garden 20 Apple trees)” by Zonja Qerine from “Albanian Village Music – Recorded in Tirana 1930”
  • “D’r Alte Musikant” by Anton Günther from “Sachsen-Volkssänger -Rare Schellacks 1910-1932”
  • “Half A Moon” by The Knickerbockers from “With My Little Ukulele In My Hand”
  • “Otan Se Protognorisa” – by Vassilis Tsitsanis with Stellakis Perpiniadis/Stratos) from “Rembetika 3 – All the pre-war recordings”
  • “Mullaney’s Favourite/The Ladies’ Pantalettes” by E. Mullaney and P. Stack from “Oldtime Records Vol 3. Piping Rarities”
  • “Wenn ich mir was wunschen Durfte” by Marlene Dietrich from “Naughty Lola”
  • “Wabash Cannonball” by The Carter Family from “1927 – 1934”
  • Honeysuckle Rose” by Fats Waller from “I Got Rhythm”
  • “Blackout Boogie” by The Jack McVea Allstars from “The Complete Recordings Volume 3 1946-1947”
  • “The Brown Thorn” by Sean Moriarty from “World Library of Folk and Primitive Music – Volume II – Ireland”
  • “Baglamades” by Stratos Payoumtzis & Stelios Kiromitis from “Café Rembetika”
  • “Manhattan” by Paul Whiteman & his Orchestra from “Sweet And Low Down”
  • “Swanee River Boogie (alt. take)” by Albert Ammons from “1936-1946 -Alternate Takes – Radio Performance – Unissued Home Recordings”
  • “Rock My Soul” by The Golden Gate Quartet from “Gospels & Spirituals”
  • “God’s Gonna Cut ‘em Down” by The Golden Gate Quartet from “Gospels & Spirituals”
  • “Mes ‘Tou Sygrou Tin Fylaki (In Sygrou Jail)” by Marika Papagika from “Rembetika 2 – More of the Secret History of Greece’s Underground Music”
  • “Me Pike O Bandill Me Pike (You Have Pierced My Heart, My Friend)” by Zonja Qerine from “Albanian Village Music – Recorded in Tirana 1930”


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