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Dave Ricketts of Gaucho with Georgia English on Gramophoney Baloney

Sunday, July 8

Two previous Gramophoney Baloney guests, Dave Ricketts of Gaucho (see: Nov/20/2011) & Georgia English (see: Jan/8/2012) returned to talk about their recent collaboration on the forthcoming “Part-Time Sweetheart” CD, (due for release tomorrow), and gave the listeners an exclusive preview of some of the tracks from it. During the second hour DJ McSchmormac played the entire radio play “The Martins and The Coys” in honor of Woody Guthrie who appears in it, as his birth centenary is later this week.


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  • “Boogie (excerpt)” by Slim Gaillard and His Boogiereeners from “The Chronological Classics – 1945”
  • “Swanee” by the Van Eps Quartet (feat. George Gershwin) from “Gershwin plays Gershwin”
  • “Persiflage” by Fred Van Eps from “Ring, Ring de Banjo – Banjo Showpieces”
  • “The Martins & The Coys” by Ted Weems and his Orchestra from “The Ballad Operas: The Martins & The Coys”
  • “It’s Been A While” by Gaucho featuring Georgia English from “Part-Time Sweetheart”
  • “Chou Chou” by Gaucho from “Part-Time Sweetheart”
  • “Part-Time Sweetheart” by Gaucho featuring Georgia English from “Part-Time Sweetheart”
  • “Tin Man Waltz” by Gaucho from “Part-Time Sweetheart”
  • “Who’s Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf” by Henry Hall & The BBC Dance Orchestra (with vocal by Les Allen) from “HITS OF THE 1930s, Vol. 2”
  • “The Martins & The Coys (Radio Play)“ featuring Alan Lomax, Bella Allen, Burl Ives, Carson Robison, Fiddlin’ Arthur Smith, Geoffrey Bryant, Hally Wood, Helen Claire, Jimmy Dobson, Katherine Raht, Lily May Ledford, Pete Seeger, Rosalie Allen, Sonny Terry, Will Greer and Woody Guthrie from “The Ballad Operas: The Martins & The Coys”
  • “How Long” by by Lead-Belly from “Blues Café Presents”
  • “Pastures Of Plenty” by Woody Guthrie from “Some Folk”
  • “Talking Sailor (Talking Merchant Marine)” by Woody Guthrie from “Some Folk”
  • “Dust Can’t Kill Me” by Woody Guthrie from “Some Folk”
  • “Hüzzam taksim (excerpt)” by Udi Hrant from “Istanbul 1925”

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