Gramophoney Baloney

The first post-transmigratory episode of Gramophoney baloney

Monday, September 17

YAY! At last!!!  Finally! The first show from the fantastic new studio in the heart of the Mission – after the big move – the culmination of a lot of work behind the scenes, the adhesive fumes while still pretty strong, are starting to dissipate, I’m not sure what the glue was made from – possibly donkeys’ hooves – but otherwise everything was working almost perfectly, some slight problems with the levels on the board – but pretty good – considering it was only day two of Radio Valencia’s complete withdrawal from the studio at Chez Poulet, today’s show was just a hint of things to come!


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  • “La Caravane (excerpt)” by L’Accordéoniste Jean Vaissade from “Django Reinhardt – Musette to Maestro 1928-1937– The early work of a guitar genius”
  • “Umgoboti” by Willie Gumede and His Concertina Band from “Echoes of Africa – Early Recordings”
  • “Mamolikoane” by Jonas Mate & Kleinbooi Motaung from “Global Accordion – Early Recordings”
  • “Canaan Canaan Calabar” by S.S. Peters and His Group from “Juju Roots – 1930s-1950s”
  • “An Mhaighdean Mhara” by Cáit Ni Ghallchóir (Kitty Gallagher) from “Tuning The Radio – Early traditional music recordings from the RTÉ Libraries and Archives
  • “Coral Isle” by Ray Kinney & His Royal Hawaiians from “It’s Hotter in Hawaii”
  • “Jonah” by The Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet from “A Warrior On The Battlefield – A Capella Trail Blazers: 1920’s-1940’s”
  • The Meeting Of The Waters” by John McCormack from “The Voice of Ireland”
  • “Introduction & Scene With The Caterpillar: You Are Old Father William” by Ann Stephens with Richard Goolden and Nancy Munks from “Teddy Bears’ Picnic”
  • “Flying Deuces: Shine On Harvest Moon” by Laurel & Hardy from “Another Fine Mess Records Presents Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy”
  • “Transformation” by Frank Churchill from “Walt Disney’s Pinocchio”
  • “Marching Pink Elephants (from “Calling Dr. Porky (1940)”)“ by Carl Stalling from “the Carl Stalling project – Volume 2: more music from Warner Bros. cartoons 1939-1957”
  • “Take Me Home Poor Julia” by Uncle Dave Macon from “Volume 2: Classic Cuts 1924-1938”
  • “Mad Hatter’s Tea Party: When The Wind Is In The East” by Ann Stephens with Arthur Askey and Nancy & Molly Munks from “Teddy Bears’ Picnic”
  • “Jala-Tarang” by Master Vyas from “The Secret Museum of Mankind, Vol. 5 – Ethnic Music Classics: 1925-48”
  • “Dolce Awenire” by Giovanni Vicari from “Italian String Virtuosi”
  • “From Galway To Dublin” by Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band from “Music and Dances of Old Ireland”
  • “Brownie Special” by Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies from “Daddy of Western Swing”
  • “Big Railroad Blues” by Cannon’s Jug Stompers from “Ruckus Juice & Chitlins – The Great Jug Bands – Classic Recordings of the 1920’s and 30’s – Vol. 1″
  • “When The Train Comes Along” by Uncle Dave Macon from “Volume 2: Classic Cuts 1924-1938”
  • “September Song” by The Ravens from “Their Complete National Recordings 1947-1950”
  • ”(J.S. Bach’s) Cello Suite No. 6 in D major, BWV 1012: II. Allemande (quasi adagio)” by Pablo Casals from “BACH, J.S.: Cello Suites Nos. 1-6”
  • “Myth Island” by Frank Cassidy from “Níl Gar Ann!”
  • “Deep River” by Fats Waller from “Portrait Vol. 2”
  • “The Steampacket/The Morning Star/Miss McLeod’s” by Patsy Touhey from “Farewel To Ireland”
  • “Dream A Little Dream of Me” by Ozzie Nelson & His Orchestra from “The Nelson Touch – 25 Band Hits 1931-1941”
  • “Yip Roc Heresy” by The Slim Gaillard Trio from “The Absolute Voutest! ‘46”
  • “Conga Columbiana” by Septeto Gloria Matancera from “Vengo Arrollando – 1937 – 1949”
  • “Powerhouse” by The Raymond Scott Quintette from “Reckless Nights and Turkish Twilights”
  • “Arizona Yodeler” by The DeZurik Sisters from “American Yodeling 1911-1946”
  • “Why Me Craf Vex With Me (excerpt)” by the Emery Courard Serenaders from “Trinidad – 1912-1941″



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