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Gramophoney Baloney – Trinidadian Recordings 1914-1950

August 5, 2012
9:52 pm

All music from Trinidad during this morning’s show, recorded 1914-1950, then immediately afterward, off to the Radio Valencia Sunday Streets remote broadcast on Valencia Street for a fantaastic bonus Gramophoney Baloney outdoor DJ set (also included in the attached podcast, right after Miss Deena‘s set)! Aaaw…yeah!

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PLAYLISTS: 

9:00-11:00am Trinidadian Recordings 1914-1950:

  • “Creole Love Call”(excerpt) by Duke Ellington & His Orchestra (feat. Adelaide Hall, vocal) from “Cotton Club Stomp – 1927-1931”
  • “Mannie Dookie” by The Tiger accompanied by Gerald Clark & His Caribbean Serenaders from “Roosevelt in Trinidad  – Calypsos of Events, Places and Personalities – 1933-1939”
  • “Si-O-No-Valse” by Gerald Clark & His Caribbean Serenaders from “Calypso Carnival – 1936-1941”
  • “Bandsman Shooting Case” by Wilmoth Houdini from “Poor But Ambitious – Calypso Classics from Trinidad – Historic Recordings 1928-1940”
  • “John Gilman Want Tobacco – Carnival (Yankee Minstrel)” by Victoria Philip & Dixon (Ebenezer) Philip from “Peter Was a Fisherman – The 1939 Trinidad Field Recordings of Melville and Frances Herskovits, Vol. I”
  • “Bargee Pelauri” by The Lion accompanied by Gerald Clark & His Caribbean Serenaders from “Calypsos From Trinidad – Politics, Intrigue and Violence in the 1930s”
  • “Money Is King” by The Tiger accompanied by Gerald Clark & His Caribbean Serenaders from “Calypsos From Trinidad – Politics, Intrigue and Violence in the 1930s”
  • “Poppy Day” by Lord Executor accompanied by The Cyril Monrose Orchestra from “Calypsos From Trinidad – Politics, Intrigue and Violence in the 1930s”
  • “Honey I’m Bound To Go” by Wilmoth Houdini accompanied by Gerald Clark’s Night Owls, from “Poor But Ambitious – Calypso Classics from Trinidad – Historic Recordings 1928-1940”
  • “Trinidad Carnival Songs” by Monrose String Orchestra from “Trinidad – 1912-1941”
  • “Suzi-Qu” by The Lion with George Mutoo & His Demerara Orchestra from “Trinidad – 1912-1941”
  • “Caracas (waltz)” by Lionel Belasco’s Orchestra from  “Goodnight Ladies and Gents: The Creole Music of Lionel Belasco”
  • “You Know One Joseph Keeba (Quadrille)” by Margaret Wright from “Peter Was a Fisherman – The 1939 Trinidad Field Recordings of Melville and Frances Herskovits, Vol. I”
  • “Four Mills Brothers” by The Lion accompanied by Gerald Clark & His Caribbean Serenaders from “Roosevelt in Trinidad  – Calypsos of Events, Places and Personalities – 1933-1939”
  • “The Rumba Dance” by The Lion accompanied by Gerald Clark & His Caribbean Serenaders from “Trinidad – 1912-1941”
  • “Sweet Like A Honey Bee” by Wilmoth Houdini accompanied by Gerald Clark’s Iere String Band, from “Poor But Ambitious – Calypso Classics from Trinidad – Historic Recordings 1928-1940”
  • “Tres Bemoles-Valse” by The Cyril Monorse String Orchestra from “Calypso Carnival – 1936-1941”
  • “Try A Screw To Get Through” by The Tiger accompanied by Gerald Clark & His Caribbean Serenaders from “Calypsos From Trinidad – Politics, Intrigue and Violence in the 1930s”
  • “(Intro feat. Alan Lomax) Man Smart, Woman Smarter” by Macbeth The Great, Duke of Iron & Lord Invader with The Gerald Clark Band from  “Calypso At Midnight! – The Live Midnight Special Concert – Town Hall, New York City 1946”
  • “Donnie Willie (reel/quadrille)” by Marie Saunders from “Peter Was a Fisherman – The 1939 Trinidad Field Recordings of Melville and Frances Herskovits, Vol. I”
  • “Recuerdos Del Pasado (Venezuelan Waltz)” by Sam Manning’s Rhythm Boys from “Trinidad – 1912-1941”
  • “Introduction Of Steelbandsmen – Last Train To San Fernando” by Woodbrook Invaders Steel Orchestra from “Calypso Calaloo – Early Carnival Music in Trinidad”
  • “Anything For Love” by Harmony Kings Orchestra from “Calypso Carnival – 1936-1941”
  • “A Night In Central Park” by Sir Lancelot accompanied by Gerald Clark & His Caribbean Serenaders from “Trinidad Is Changing”
  • “Panama Paseo” by Band Belasco from “Goodnight Ladies and Gents: The Creole Music of Lionel Belasco”
  • “(Intro feat. Alan Lomax) Calypso War” by Macbeth The Great, Duke of Iron & Lord Invader with The Gerald Clark Band from  “Calypso After Midnight! – The Live Midnight Special Concert – Town Hall, New York City 1946”
  • “West Indian Sugar Crop” by Wilmoth Houdini from “Poor But Ambitious – Calypso Classics from Trinidad – Historic Recordings 1928-1940”
  • “Invocation (Shango)” by Andrew Beddoe from “Peter Was a Fisherman – The 1939 Trinidad Field Recordings of Melville and Frances Herskovits, Vol. I”
  • “Goodnight Ladies and Gents” by (Wilmoth) Houdini & Belasco Orchestra from “Goodnight Ladies and Gents: The Creole Music of Lionel Belasco”
  • “John O’Carr” by King Radio from “Calypso Carnival – 1936-1941”
  • “The Cooks In Trinidad” by Wilmoth Houdini from “Poor But Ambitious – Calypso Classics from Trinidad – Historic Recordings 1928-1940”
  • “Amazon (waltz)”-by Lionel Belasco And His Orchestra from “Calypso Carnival – 1936-1941”

11:00-11:30am Miss Deena‘s set from Sunday Streets remote broadcast live from Valencia Street

11:30-12:00pm D.J. McSchmormac’s set from Sunday Streets remote broadcast live from Valencia Street:

  • “Mediana in re maggiore” by Efisio Melis from “Patchwork Europe – Early Recordings 1911-1954”
  • “Semnal vocal: Hăulit” by unknown singer from “Village Music from Romania – Oltenia”
  • “Hoogie Boogie” by John Lee Hooker from “The Classic Early Years 1948 – 1951”
  • “Been” by R. Singh Bikhul from “The Secret Museum of Mankind, Vol. 4 – Ethnic Music Classics: 1925-48”
  • “Dame Un Cachito Pa’Huele” by Arsenio Rodríguez y su conjunto from “Montuneando – 1946-1950”
  • “Pachuca” by Pérez Prado from “¡Primal!“
  • “Solido Joaquín (Guaracha)” by Dacita & Her Orchestra from “Pachuco Boogie”
  • “Banjoreno” by The Original Dixieland Jug Blowers from “Ruckus Juice & Chitlins – The Great Jug Bands – Classic Recordings of the 1920′s and 30′s – Vol. 1″
  • “Hawaiian Cowboy” by Sol K.Bright from “Hawaiian Hula Blues – Acoustic Steel Guitar Masperpieces 1927/8”

TRINIDAD 1939

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Pre-Bagpipe Appreciation Day Gramophoney Baloney

July 22, 2012
6:12 pm

D.J. McSchmormac was joined today by the esteemed Professor Dilettante, for a special Pre-International Bagpipe Appreciation Day show, featuring piping tunes from Poland, Ireland, Bulgaria and of course Scotland, as well as a bunch of other fantastic stuff, from hither and yon, all recorded some time between 1904-1949.

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Pat Cash (left) and Johnny Doran (right) at the Green Lanes, Terenure, Dublin, Ireland – Christmas, 1941

PLAYLIST:

  • “Chindia (Dusk) (excerpt)” by Orchestra Romaneasca from “Blowers From The Balkans – classic historic recordings of wind instruments”
  • ‘Kokoleo-Ko’ by The Greenwood Singers from “Songs of the African Coast – Café Music of Liberia – Recorded by Arthur S. Alberts”
  • “Boll Weevil Song” by Woody Guthrie from “Some Folk”
  • “The Honky Tonk Blues” by Hank Williams from “Alone With His Guitar”
  • “Gotta Feelin’ For You” by The Seven ‘Hot’ Air Men from “John Peel And Sheila – The Pig’s Big 78s – A Beginner’s Guide
  • “Pelo telephone” by Bahiano & Conjunto da Odeon from “Bresil – Choro – Samba – Frevo – 1914-1945”
  • “Brejeiro” by Banda do corpo dos bombeiros from “Brazilian Big Bands – Dancing Days- 1904-1954”
  • “Testamento do veio” by Jararaca & Rathino from “Bresil – Le chant du Nordeste – 1928-1950”
  • “Pisa de Mansinho” by Luiz Gonzaga from “Sabido”
  • “Owczarz” by “Unknown” from “The Ace & Deuce of Pipering – 1906-1947”
  • “(Hornpipes) The Sweep’s – The Harvest Home – The High Level – The Harvest Home” by Johnny Doran from “The Master Pipers – Vol. I
  • “Kitka Hora” by Slavi Velev from “Outsinging The Nightingale – Lost Treasures of Bulgarian Music – 1905-1950
  • “Ker-Oglu Nagarasy” by Ali Kerimova from “The Secret Museum of Mankind – Central Asia – Ethnic Music Classics: 1925-48”
  • “Lezghinka (Lekuri)” by Bagrat Bagramiants with Avetik & Gigo from “before the Revolution – a 1909 Recording Expedition In the Caucasus and Central Asia by The Gramophone Company”
  • “Dark Eyes” by The Slam Stewart Quartet from “Bowin’ Singin’ Slam”
  • “Going To The Fair” by Frank Quinn with Nan Fitzpatrick from “If You Are Irish – Pioneer American-Irish recordings 1923-34”
  • “Ruzia Kaczky Zahaniala (Ruzia Drove The Ducks…)” by Josef Pizio from “Ukrainian Village Music – Historic Recordings 1928-1933”
  • “El Manicero” by Trio Matamoros from “The Legendary Trio Matamoros”
  • “La Rosa-Valse” by Gerald Clark And His Caribbean Serenaders from “Calypso Carnival 1936-1941”
  • “Kam ba’athna m’a al-nasim salamah (How much peace we have sent with the breeze)” by Sourayyah Qaddourah from “Women of Egypt 1924-1931 – pioneers of stardom and fame”
  • “Deep Purple” by The Art Tatum Trio from “Trio Days”
  • “Deep Purple” by Art Tatum from “Fine and Dandy – Original Recordings 1937-1944 Vol.2”
  • “Soleá De Juaquin El De Paula” by El Sevillano with Niño Ricardo from “El Sevillano – Grabaciones Discos Pizarra – Año 1935-49”
  • “Freddo” by Atilla The Hun from “Calypso Carnival 1936-1941”
  • “Runnin’ Wild” by James Cole’s Washboard Four from “Down In The Basement – Joe Bussard’s Treasure Trove of Vintage 78s – 1926-1937″
  • “Legnum Vital” by Merrick’s Orchestra from “Calypso Calaloo”
  • “Three Friends’ Advice” by Duke of Iron from “Calypso At Midnight!”
  • “Mallorca” by Pipe Major Forsyth from “Black Mirror – Reflections in Global Musics”
  • “Peter Tambourine” by The Raymond Scott Quintette from “Reckless Nights and Turkish Twilights”
  • “I Am Going To Buy A Bungalow” by The Lion from “Calypso Carnival 1936-1941”
  • “Tarantella d’O Paese (excerpt)” by Antonio Della Basilicata from “The Ace & Deuce of Pipering – 1906-1947”

“Dudelsack” is the German word for “bagpipe”! How cool is that, ladies & gentlemen?

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