Gramophoney Baloney

Dave Ricketts of Gaucho visits Gramophoney Baloney

Tuesday, November 22

This week Gramophoney Baloney’s D.J. McSchmormac was delighted by the presence of Gaucho Bandleader Dave Ricketts with “Tin Man” his national steel guitar, playing unaccompanied versions of his new songs, and sharing the latest Gaucho news. Especially appreciated, was Dave making the trip into Radio Valencia on such a cold wet Sunday morning to be such a fantastic musical guest, and helping to heat things up in the studio!




  • “Part-Time Sweetheart” by Dave Ricketts from “Dave Ricketts live on Gramophoney Baloney”
  • “Love Me Forever/South American Joe“ by Larry Adler with Fred Hartley and his Orchestra from “Maestro of the Mouth Organ”
  • “Prelude in C Major” by Albert Schweitzer from “Plays Bach”
  • “Miss Mystery” by Dave Ricketts from “Dave Ricketts live on Gramophoney Baloney”
  • “Knockin’ On Wood” by Red Norvo from “Knockin’ On Wood”
  • “In A Mist” by Red Norvo from “Knockin’ On Wood”
  • “Ha bu diyar” by Muzaffer Akgün from “Masters of Turkish Music – Volume 2”
  • “Baker’s Dozen” by Dave Ricketts from “Dave Ricketts live on Gramophoney Baloney”
  • “Lazy Bones” by Pee Wee Hunt & Louis Armstrong with Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra from “Jeepers Creepers – Original Recordings 1938-1939 – Vol.5”
  • “[Untitled? Just Noodlin’ Around?]” by Dave Ricketts from “Dave Ricketts live on Gramophoney Baloney”
  • “Tea For Two” by Art Tatum from “California Melodies”
  • Weekly Drama Serial: Episode II – “Clark Kent, Mild-Mannered Reporter”
  • ”The New Dirty Dozen” by Ben Curry from “The Paramount Masters”
  • (Katchaturian) “Gayane, Act III: Sabre Dance ” by Benno Moiseiwitsch from “Vol. 7 – Recordings 1929-1948”
  • “Messin’ Around With The Blues” by Thomas “Fats” Waller from “Portrait Vol.1”
  • “Nihavent Taxim” by Udi Neşet Bey from “To Scratch Your Heart – Early Recordings From Istanbul”
  • “Kumeuta” by Imperial Househould Agency – Music Section from “Japanese Traditional Music – Gagku – Buddhist chant – Kokusai Bunkukai Shinkokai 1941”
  • “My Swiss Moonlight Lullaby” by Wilf Carter (Montana Slim) from “American Yodeling 1911-1946”
  • “Long, long Way From Home” by John Lee Hooker from “The Collection 1948-52”
  • “Saadaoudi” by Khamous & Bougadi from “The Secret Museum of Mankind – Music of North Africa – Ethnic Music Classics: 1925-48”
  • “Casey Jones” by Pete Seeger “If I Had A Hammer – Original Recordings 1944-1950”


See Gaucho:

YouTube video of Gaucho at Tartrine Bakery November 17th 2011

Tuesdays: Bottle Cap (open session)

Wednesdays: Amnesia

1st + 3rd Thursdays: Tartine Bakery (accoustic)

2nd + 3rd Thursdays: Café Borrone


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