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Watermelon Man

Artist Song Buy
Mongo Santamaria  Watermelon Man (1963)  buy on itunes
Steely Dan  Rikki Don't Lose That Number (1974)  buy on itunes
The Doors  Who Scared You (1969)  buy on itunes
Ruth Brown R.I.P.  If I Can't Sell It (1990)  buy on itunes
Ollabelle  John The Revelator (2004)  buy on itunes
Brett Kissel  I've Been Everywhere (2006)  buy on itunes
Miles Davis  Now's The Time (1946)  buy on itunes
Willie Dixon  29 Ways (1956)  buy on itunes
Shawn Colvim w/ Loudon Wainwright  A Heart Needs A Home (1994)  buy on itunes
Loudon Wainwright III  Rufus Is A Tit Man * (1975)  buy on itunes
The Stones  Dear Doctor (1968)  buy on itunes
Bonnie Raitt  Nobody's Girl (1989)  buy on itunes
Ted Hawkins  Searching For My Love (1995)  buy on itunes
Hem  Not California (2006)  buy on itunes
Gram Parsons  How Much I've Lied (1973)  buy on itunes
Emmylou Harris  Heaven Only Knows (1988)  buy on itunes
Bobby "Blue" Bland  Cry Cry Cry (1964)  buy on itunes
Sarah Vaughan  All Alone (1967)  buy on itunes
Al Green  Let's Stay Together (1972)  buy on itunes
Frank Sinatra   One For My Baby (1958)  buy on itunes
Bob Dylan  I'll Be Your Baby Tonight (1967)  buy on itunes
Gregg Brown  People With Bad Luck (1985)  buy on itunes
Duke Ellington  New East Side St.Louis Toodle-Oo (1937)  buy on itunes

Comment:

* and so am I*

A dreary Sunday in late November sparked memories of a radio show that I produced and hosted in upper NY around 10 years ago.

Even though we were a low budget AM station, somehow found a way to incorporate a slice of americana, jazz, blues, country, folk, big band and pop in a homespun format a la the old WNEW or still glorious Idiot's Delight.

Here, we have 8 decades represented, Duke Ellington's 1937 recording of East Side closes the 23 song, 78 minute guilty pleasure.

Is there anything weepier than track *20, Sinatra's '58 classic about a sad man, a women, a bottle of spirits and a bartender!

Ruth Brown....one of a kind...



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SteveRaglin
Date: 11/19/2006
Solid mix, for which you should feel no guilt! And fitting inclusion of Ms. Brown.
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2old2matter
Date: 11/19/2006
Great stuff, Mr. Fan. Thanks. And yes, that Frankie number is a real weeper. Would be a good cover for Tom Waits to do, if he already hasn't.
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Dom1
Date: 11/19/2006
a great selection.
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Mark Petruccelli
Date: 11/20/2006
Love the Ollabelle, Miles, Dixon, Emmylou, Rev. Al, Frank, Dylan and Duke tracks.
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Salman1
Date: 11/20/2006
Great stuff.
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jonpoi
Date: 11/20/2006
Well done.
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Nomates
Date: 11/23/2006
Every one a gem. There is nothing "low budget" about this selection. I agree with you about Ruth Brown. As for Frank's "weepier" possibilities; I propose "In The Wee Small Hours" -- an all time favourite of mine -- as weepy as they come.

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