dave graney - Moodists-Coral Snakes-mistLY-FEARFUL WIGGINGS

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WORKSHY - 2017 memoir out on Affirm Press. Let's get Tight - 2017 CD with Clare Moore. Moodists - Coral Snakes - mistLY. I don’t know what I am and don’t want to know any more than I already know. I aspire, in my music , to 40s B Movie (voice and presence) and wish I could play guitar like Charlie Christian or Grant Green -but not in this lifetime, I know.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

blb playlist 30/3/10

BLB is a radio show I do every Tuesday with Elizabeth McCarthy from midday to 2pm in Melbourne on the premiere community / subscriber radio station in Australia, 3RRR. Its on the dial at 102.7fm and can be streamed via http://www.rrr.org.au
The show has been going for a couple of years now. We have a guest in each week. So far we have had the honour to talk to the poet Robert Gray, Ben Elton, John Clarke, Tony Martin, Mick Harvery, Bob Ellis, Kaki King, Johnette Napolitano, Stephen Cummings,Greg Wadley, Mick Molloy, Mike Rudd, Shaun Micalleff, Camille O'Sullivan, Kimya Dawson, Barry Divola, and many other writers, artists, comedians and musicians. I try to play as much Australian, current music as possible. Occasionally straying into other areas of interest.

This is a playlist for Tuesday 30/3/10. A bit of an abberation as I was doing the show alone. I busted out a lot of jazz and r&b grooves as thats my leaning in music in general.

Elizabeth McCarthy was unable to make the show due to fracturing her ankle so I was left to fly alone. This time TWO GUESTS had been arranged. Writer Catherine Deveny and musician David Thrussell from SNOG.

I began the show with some jazz and kept it mostly instrumental as there’d be a lot of talk coming up.....

Dizzy Gillespie - “MANTECA”
Bill Evans and Jim Hall - “my funny valentine”. piano and and guitar taking this song at breakneck speed from the album “undercurrents”.
Emir Deodato - “Also Spake Zarathustra”. From a CTI collection. I enjoyed writing the name Richard Strauss in the “composer” section of the RRR playlist log.
Sun Ra - “blues on planet Mars”. From the double cd , “THE SINGLES”.
The Beastie Boys - “Sabrosa”. From the amazing instrumental album “the in sound from way out”.
Willie Bobo - “La descargo de Bobo”
Sergio Mendez - “Fool on the Hill. Fulfilling our beatles quota for the year. A song with vocals!
Dr Buzzards original Savannah Band - “Mr Love”. From their second album, “meets King Pennet” .

Then David Thrussell entered the studio and we played songs from the new Snog album , “last of the great romantics”.
“We’re all in this together”.
“the end of the world”.
“this world done me wrong”.
We also played “the hangover” from the Bedroom philosopher.

There was also a lot of yapping and hollering from David and Catherine.And me.
David talked about the new album and let slip with some scuttlebut about a certain politician which had the program manger coming in with some warnings about defamation. Catherine talked about her show "god is bullshit" which is on at Trades Hall during the Comedy Festival. David seemed to be spoiling for an on air fight agains "the Dawkin- ites" and I unfortunately kept diverting the conversation.

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