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Gramophoney Baloney returns with Ian Nagoski interview

February 6, 2012
1:01 am

DJ McSchmormac’s attempts to break the chains of love that bind him to Radio Valencia proved unsuccessful, so he found himself returning with another batch of exotic & mellow sound reproductions; dating from before the end of 1950; for all his joyful fans throughout the land and skies. Ian Nagoski called in to talk about his newly released CD: “USTAD ABDUL KARIM KHAN – 1934-1935



Ustad Abdul Karim Khan


  • “Lazy Rhapsody” by Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra (feat. Cootie Williams – vocal) from “Original Masters”
  • “Where Did You Stay Last Night?” by Lead -Belly from “Blues Café Presents”
  • “The Cowboy’s Lament” by Ken Maynard from “When I Was A Cowboy – Vol.1”
  • “On Some Foggy Mountain Top” by The Monroe Brothers from “All The Classic Releases 1937-1949“
  • “La Guajira (Country woman) by Don Azpiazu And His Orchestra from “Out of Cuba. Latin American music takes Africa by storm”
  • “Havik” by Komitas Vardapet from “The Voice of Komitas Vardapet”
  • “Saatlerce Başbaşa” by Safiye Ayla from “Masters of Turkish Music”
  • “El Cant dels Ocelles (The Song of the Birds)” by Pablo Casals & The Prades Festival Orchestra from “Song of the Birds – encores for cello”
  • “Jabadao De Quimper” by Les Fréres Sciallour from “The Secret Museum of Mankind, Vol. II – Ethnic Music Classics: 1925-48”
  • “Topsy” by The Art Tatum Trio from “Vol. 2 – Fine and Dandy – Original Recordings 1937-1944”
  • “Moonlight On The Ganges (alt. take)” by The Raymond Scott Quintet from “Ectoplasm”
  • “Forty Four Whistle Blues” by Sonny Terry from “Country Blues Troubadours 1938-1948”
  • “Ol’ Man Mose” by The Golden Gate Quartet from “The Collection”
  • “Malkauns Raag: Mero Man Har Lino Shamsunder” Dr Gangubai Gandhari Hangal from “Golden Milestones”
  • “Malkauns: Piran Jani Dekhi, Vilambit” from “String of Pearls – International 78s”
  • “Hallelujah (alt. take)” by Red Norvo and His Selected Sextet from “Red Norvo’s Fabulous Jam Session”
  • “Baby, When You Ain’t There” by Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra (feat. Cootie Williams – vocal) from “Original Masters”
  • Interview with Ian Nagoski
  • “Swingin’ The Blues” by Count Basie and his Orchestra from “From Spirituals To Swing”
  • “Fire In The Sterling Building”
  • “Slim Slam Boogie” by Slim & Slam from “Slim Gaillard – The Chronological Classics – 1940-1942”
  • (Greedmink saves the day)
  • “Basant Khyal_  Phagava brija dekhana ko chalori” Abdul Karim Khan from “Khansahib Abdul Kaim Khan”

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