Monkey Mind – 12/24/2012

Hope you like the mess this week. I think that Red Krayola song belongs after the Gabor Szabo/Bobby Womack. I’m sure of it, actually. Enjoy. The find of the week is that odd Roots of Hip Hop collection of early- and mid-20th century blues “raps” on Harte Records. The 1970 Scott Dunbar reissue on Fat Possum is a nice treasure, too.

Time Song Artist Album
3pm Bambu-Bambu Carmen Miranda Bazilian Bombshell
  Baby What You Want Me To Do (You Got Me Running)/Bright Lights, Big City Persuasions Persuasions
  Terrible Operation Blues Famous Hokum Boys The Roots of Hip Hop
  Swing Out Rhythm Lonnie Johnson Complete Recorded Works, 1937-June 1947, Vol. 1
  Poor Black Mattie R.L. Burnside Mississippi
  Walkin' Quincy Jones Gula Matari
  Kadia Blues Orchestra De Le Paillote Rough Guide to Psychedelic Africa
  El cascabel Graciana Silva w/Trio Silva La Negra Graciana
  Etude #3 (elvis) Marc Ribot Exercises in Futility
  Just a Little Communication Gabor Szabo & Bobby Womack High Contrast
  Five-Four Savage Aural Hotbed Glove of Sound
  New Nails Mission of Burma Mission of Burma
  Mama Keep Your Big Mouth Shut Pretty Things Vintage Years
  Everything's There Hysterics Essential Pebbles Collection
  Dirth of Tilth Red Krayola God Bless the Red Krayola and All Who Sail With It
4pm Wailing Burning Spear Dry & Heavy
  Richard Daley Blues Scott Dunbar From Lake Mary
  Gotta Let You Go Joe Hill Lewis The Roots of Hip Hop
  Baby, Baby Katie Webster The Roots of Hip Hop
  You're Coming Home Esther Phillips What A Difference A Day Makes
  Goody Goody Maxine Sullivan w/Scott Hamilton Quintet
  Metamorphosis One Philip Glass Solo Piano
  Shadowlines, movement 5 George Benjamin/Pierre-Laurent Aimard, piano
  Evening Glow A Shine Outward (for john zorn) Wadada Leo Smith Red Sulphur Sky
  But Not For Me Sammy Davis Jr It's All Over But the Swingin'
  South American Way Carmen Miranda Brazilian Bombshell
  Train Leaves Here This Mornin' Dillard & Clark The Fantastic Expedition of Dillard & Clark
  Margarita Fat Mattress Black Sheep of the Family: The Anthology

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