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The Old Dingy Jukebox features a wide variety of down home American music styles played from a collection of 78rpm, 45rpm and LP records. Each show will take the listener on an aural journey exploring the great American musical heritage. The show’s repertoire is deep and wide with an emphasis on early to middle 20th century Americana. Styles played on the show include the blues, jazz, old time string bands, traditional folk music, honky tonk, bluegrass and early country music. Informative, yet entertaining, the show’s host, Christian Gallo, includes brief historical tidbits and anecdotes that accompany a selection of often rare or obscure recordings. Sit back and have a listen
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Thanks for listening to the Old Dingy Jukebox podcast. This episode simply features some of my favorite records across various styles from my collection of 78rpm records. Blues, Jazz, Western Swing and Early Country Music are the order of the day for today's show. Sit back and enjoy the show and thanks for listening.    Please subscribe to the show if you haven't done so already and share with family and friends. Also, please go take a visit to the show's website olddingyjukebox.com and have a look around. Thanks for listening and I hope you enjoy the show.Donate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_USWebsite: https://www.olddingyjukebox.com/homeFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/olddingyjukeboxpodcastInstagram: @olddingyjukeboxpodcastE-mail: olddingyjukebox@gmail.comSupport the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)
Attention music nerds, history enthusiasts, musicologists and ordinary people with an inquisitive mindset. Welcome to Episode One, PART TWO of the Old Dingy Jukebox History Addendum. These history heavy, music related episodes are inspired by my interest in musicology and history as well as some of my favorite podcasts like Dan Carlin's "Hardcore History" or Tyler Mahan Coe's "Cocaine and Rhinestones". Will I ever be as good as Dan Carlin? No. Simply....No. Can it be as good as "Cocaine and Rhinestones?" ...Maybe. (If I had the time to write a book) The usual, music centered shows that you're used to will continue to be released on a regular basis. Check out Episode One, Part Two : "Goin' Up The Country": Race, Records and the American Musical Identity. Available on all podcast platforms. Please follow the podcast on social media and your favorite podcast platform. Also, share with friends and go check out the show's website. Thanks for all the support. https://www.olddingyjukebox.com/home Donate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_USWebsite: https://www.olddingyjukebox.com/homeFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/olddingyjukeboxpodcastInstagram: @olddingyjukeboxpodcastE-mail: olddingyjukebox@gmail.comSupport the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)Support the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)
Today’s episode features some of my favorite records. Records that make me smile. Not necessarily records that make me laugh or chuckle, although those are here, but also records that simply make me smile, and shake my head. Make me smile in a sense of just how unusual or cool these records are. More like a shake my head in wonderment type of a smile. Hope you enjoy this episode of the Old Dingy Jukebox Podcast: Records That Make Me Smile: Humdingers, Monkeys, Biscuits and Crooked yodels.  Please subscribe to the show if you haven't done so already and share with family and friends. Also, please go take a visit to the show's website olddingyjukebox.com and have a look around. Thanks for listening and I hope you enjoy the show.Donate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_USWebsite: https://www.olddingyjukebox.com/homeFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/olddingyjukeboxpodcastInstagram: @olddingyjukeboxpodcastE-mail: olddingyjukebox@gmail.comR. Crumb and his Cheap Suit Serenaders- “Fine Artiste Blues” 1976Billy Jack Wills and his Western Swing Band- “Cattle Call” 1951Al Hopkins and his Buckle Busters-’Ride That Mule” 1927Mississippi Fred McDowell and Hunter’s Chapel Singers “Lay My Burden Down” 1966Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers “Monkey On A String” 1926The Farmer Boys “Humdinger” 1955The Georgia Sea Island Singers “Before This Time Another Year” 1959Bernie Cummins “Mysterious Mose” 1930The Hall Brothers “Little Mo-Hee” 1937Django Reinhardt and the Hot Club of France “Sweet Georgia Brown” 1938Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys “Roly Poly”Chris Bouchillion “The Medicine Show” 1927Charlie Parker “Rabbit Chase” 1927Sister O.M. Terrell “Going To that City To Die No More” 1953Big Tweed “That One Girl At The Bar” 2009Support the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)
Well, here's something new. The first episode of the spinoff project is now available. The Old Dingy Juke Box: History Addendum. These history heavy, music related, episodes are inspired by my interest in musicology and history as well as some of my favorite podcasts like Dan Carlin's "Hardcore History" or Tyler Mahan Coe's "Cocaine and Rhinestones". Will I ever be as good as Dan Carlin? No. This is an experiment that I'm excited about, and frankly a little nervous about. Future history addendum shows will continue to include episodes written and produced by me, but also shows featuring the writings of musician/writer/guitar collector extraordinaire, Deke Dickerson. The usual shows that you're used to will continue to be released on a regular basis. So, here it goes...check out episode one, part one..."Goin' Up The Country": Race, Records and the American Musical Identity. Available on all podcast platforms. Please subscribe and share and go check out the show's website https://www.olddingyjukebox.com/homeDonate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_USWebsite: https://www.olddingyjukebox.com/homeFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/olddingyjukeboxpodcastInstagram: @olddingyjukeboxpodcastE-mail: olddingyjukebox@gmail.comSupport the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)
Today's episode features some great and wacky records from my special guest host, Matt Sayles. Matt has been a guest on the Old Dingy Jukebox before, once as a solo host (episode #5) as well as with his wife, co-host, historian Dr. Cheryl Jimenez-Frei (episode #14). Matt brings a different and appreciated perspective to the show. I love having him as a guest and enjoying his sensibilities not only as a fellow record collector/enthusiast, but also as a musician good buddy. Also, check out Matt's record label Philville Records and social media handles on Instagram and Facebook. He's got a pretty cool YouTube page as well. I think you're going to enjoy this show. Donate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_USWebsite: https://www.olddingyjukebox.com/homeFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/olddingyjukeboxpodcastInstagram: @olddingyjukeboxpodcastE-mail: olddingyjukebox@gmail.comCrazy, Corny, Crooked, and Cool[Custom Records, Early 60’s, “Commercial” “Atmosphere” Long Play 45’s 5:00 minutes or more per side. Used For background music in factories, department stores, bars, etc. ]Crazy Boogie (Merle Travis) Capitol Records 1948Motorcycle Bill (Willis Brothers) Thunder On The Road Starday 1966Cajun Fiddle (Buck Owens & Tom Brumley) Roll Out The Red Carpet Capitol 1966July 12, 1939 (Charlie Rich Written by Norro Wilson) Epic Records 19704-F Ferdinand The Frantic Freak (Harry The Hipster Gibson) Musicraft 1944Giddyup Hobo (Johnny Bond & Red Sovine) Thunder On The Road Starday 1966Long Lanky Lena  (Unknown) Wolf-Tex 1958-1960Can’t We call It Even and Be Cool (The Old Joe Clarks) Raging Woody Records 1994 Rosse Marie (Bobbejaan Schoepen) Decca Belgium 1957Hash Bamboo Shuffle 1702 (Ferre Grignard) Fontana 1968 (Netherlands)One Armed Love (Ace Ball) Test Pressing 1954Let Me Play With Your Poodle (Hank Penny) 1947Plastic Saddle (Jerry Reed Written by Vic McAlpin) Cookin' RCA 1970I’m Moving On (Homer Haynes Jethro Burnes and Hank Snow) RCA Victor 1951Moanin’ (Hank Snow) Hank Snow Sings RCA Victor 1952Sailor’s Plea (Bill Monroe  Decca 1962)Yma Sumac Voice of the Xtabay (Yma Sumac) 1955It Hurt Me Too (Connie Van Dyke written by Marvin Gaye) Motown 1963Shine Hallelujah Shine ( Traditional Bill Monroe & His Bluegrass Boys) 1948 ColumbiaSupport the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)
Today’s show features some of my favorite 78s from my collection. I thought it would be fun to feature hokum blues and jazz records from the pre-war era. A subcategory of the blues, hokum was popular in the late 1920s and early 1930s. Hokum songs were often uptempo, funny, and on the raw to often raunchy side. The origins of this style of blues can be traced back to the vaudeville and minstrel show era of the late 19th Century, where songs of this type were performed with a touch of innuendo and comedy. This genre became wildly popular with adult audiences during the 20s and 30s. In the early days, common performers surfaced in jug bands that performed in the beer joints and brothels found up and down Beale Street, in Memphis, Tennessee. Jug bands like the Memphis Jug Band and Gus Cannon's Jug Stompers played good-time, upbeat music on assorted instruments like washboards, fiddles, triangles, harmonicas, guitars and banjos, all anchored by bass notes of an empty jug. Later on, duets featuring the piano and guitar would become popular as well. I’ve always found these types of records entertaining and I thought it would make for a good show to combine these types of hokum records along with some early pre-war jazz records and a few piano stomps thrown in for good measure.  Please subscribe to the show if you haven't done so already and share with family and friends. Also, go take a visit to the show's new website olddingyjukebox.com and have a look around. Thanks for listening and I hope you enjoy the show. “Get Your Mind Out The Gutter”: Pre-War Hokum Blues and Jazz 78s.Donate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_USWebsite: https://www.olddingyjukebox.com/homeFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/olddingyjukeboxpodcastInstagram: @olddingyjukeboxpodcastE-mail: olddingyjukebox@gmail.comClarence Williams’ Jug Band. “You Ain’t Too Old” 1933Lil Johnson “My Stove’s In Good Condition” 1936Jelly Roll Morton “Mr. Jelly Lord” 1924Hokum Boys “Keep Your Mind On It” 1936Duke Ellington and His Cotton Club Orchestra “When A Black Man’s Blue” 1931Sweet Violet Boys “Sweet Violets” 1936Sidney “Pops” Bechet with Noble Sissle’s Swingers “Viper Mad” 1938Eddie Lang (Blind Willie Dunn) and Lonnie Johnson 1929Django Reinhardt Hot Club of France “Paramount Stomp” 1937Pigmeat Pete and Catjuice Charlie “Get Your Mind Out The Gutter” 1929Lonnie Johnson and Clarence Williams “Wipe It Off” 1930Fats Waller “Serenade For A Wealthy Widow” 1934Georgia Tom and Hannah May “What’s That I Smell?” 1934Red Nichols and His Five Pennies “Boneyard Shuffle” 1927Stuff Smith and His Onyx Club Boys “Old Joe’s Hittin’ The Jug” 1936Smokehouse Charley “Pig Meat Blues” 1929Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five “West End Blues” 1928Support the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)
Today’s episode features some of my favorite records centered around truck driving, hot roddin’, infidelity and surfing. The show's music selection comes from my 78s, 45s and….even a few LPs! I figured these topics would make for an entertaining show. Also, stepping outside the box a little for this show with some instrumental electric guitar groups. That’s where the surfing and hot roddin’ comes in. I love those types of records and I figured I’d throw some of those into the mix for this show. Why not? Please subscribe to the show if you haven't done so already and share with family and friends. Also, go take a visit to the show's new website olddingyjukebox.com and have a look around. Thanks for listening and I hope you enjoy the show. "Truckin', Skiddin', Cheatin' & Surfin'"Donate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_USWebsite: https://www.olddingyjukebox.com/homeFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/olddingyjukeboxpodcastInstagram: @olddingyjukeboxpodcastE-mail: olddingyjukebox@gmail.comWashboard Sam and His Washboard Band “Back Door” 1935Benny Barnes “Diesel Smoke” 1966Big Tweed “Ratchet Jaw” 2014Porter Wagoner “The Cold Hard Facts of Life” 1967Lonnie Irving “Trucker’s Vitus” 1960Phantom Surfers “Rootin’ Around For Ramona” 1997Earl Johnson & His Dixie Entertainers “Three Nights Experience” 1927>Del Reeves “Last Run To Memphis” 1968Takeshi Terauchi & The Bunnys “Ganroku Hanami Odori” 1967Blind Boy Fuller “You Never Can Tell” 1937Jeanne Gayle with Cliffie Stone’s Music “It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels” 1952>Terry Fell “Coffee Jim The Trucker” 1976The De-Fenders “Taco Wagon” 1963Wynn Stewart “Uncle Tom Got Caught” 1959Red Simpson “Sleeper Cab Five-By-Two” 1967>Jerry Cole and His Spacemen “Border Run” 1964 Support the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)
Today's episode features some of my favorite 78s from my collection covering a variety of styles. Early country music, piano blues, jazz, hokum and western swing are some of the styles presented in today's show. I think you'll find the show an entertaining sample of early recorded vernacular styles of down home American music. Please subscribe to the show if you haven't done so already and share with family and friends. Also, go take a visit to the shows new website (olddingyjukebox.com) and have a look around. Thanks for listening and I hope you enjoy the show. “Chitlins, Flying Saucers, Bull Fiddles and Baboons”Donate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_USWeb: https://www.olddingyjukebox.com/homeFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/olddingyjukeboxpodcastInstagram: @olddingyjukeboxpodcastE-mail: olddingyjukebox@gmail.com1. Jimmie Heap and the Melody Masters "Ethyl In My Gas Tank" 19502. Charles Kama and his Moana Hawaiians "Hawaiian Hotel March" 19403. Jelly Roll Morton "Buddy Bolden's Blues" 19394. Jack Mose and his Oklahoma Cavaliers "I Mean Corrina" 19365. Lee "Pork Chops" Green "Country Gal Blues" 19376. Bang Boys "When Lulu's Gone" 19367. Lonnie Johnson and Clarence Williams "Monkey and the Baboon" 19308. Fiddlin' Arthur Smith "Chitlin Cooking Time In Cheatham County" 19369. "Banjo" Ikey Robinson and his Bull Fiddle Band "Four Reasons" 192910. The Buchanan Brothers "Those Flying Saucers" 194711. Skeets McDonald "Scoot, Git and Begone" 195212. Little Chocolate Dandies "Six or Seven Times" 192913. Pigmeat Pete and Catjuice Charlie "Old Age Is Creeping Upon Us" 192914. Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys "Black and Blue Rag" 1935Support the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)
Today’s show of the Old Dingy Jukebox is a special themed one. This episode is a collection of songs that tell stories of past events or people; stories that in one way or another were marginalized, censored, sanitized, or buried, often because they dealt with histories considered too traumatic, contentious, or even a threat to those in power. Overall, the songs in today’s episode all recount histories that survived—or that were preserved and retold—through music, when they might have otherwise disappeared. The idea for this episode came from my friend Cheryl Jimenez Frei, who is an assistant professor of history at the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire. Dr. Frei used to live in Ventura California, while she was working on her PhD in history at the University of California Santa Barbara. I have talked on the show before about some of the origins of the Old Dingy Jukebox, with record listening parties my good friend Matt Sayles and I would have. As Matt’s wife, Cheryl would often get roped into our listening sessions too, and as a historian, she started up a conversation about songs as primary sources that can tell us a lot about the moment in which they were created. That conversation led to a lesson plan she put together for a public history course she was teaching at UCSB at the time, focusing on how folk music, in many senses, has served as an archive—a people’s archive—preserving events, subjects, and stories that have been absent or silenced in “official” histories or records. Cheryl invited both Matt and I to give a guest lecture and play a few tunes for that class, and now a few years later, this episode is an extension of those conversations about folk music, public history, and memory.Many people might think of folk music as only a US-American tradition, but the style and tradition exists in some form or another in countries all over the world. And in and in all of those places, music does the same: preserving the stories of the people. This episode reflects that diversity, with songs from Mexico, Chile, Ireland, and the US. Both Cheryl and Matt are guests on this episode so sit back and enjoy this history centered episode of the Old Dingy Jukebox: A People’s Archive: Buried Stories, Radical Histories, and Folk musicDonate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_USE-mail: olddingyjukebox@gmail.comWeb: https://olddingyjukebox.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/olddingyjukeboxpodcastInstagram: @olddingyjukeboxpodcastSupport the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)
For this episode of the Old DIngy Jukebox, I figured it being election time and all, it would be a good idea to feature records about drinking and politics. As it turns out, the show is mostly songs about drinking. I have a few records in my collection that are political in nature, but the more I started digging through the stacks the more I realized that at this point, the last thing people want to hear about is politics. So, with that in mind, I featured a few records that are political in nature,albeit politics from the 1930s and the 1950s. How quaint. Hope you enjoy the show and please share with friends and family. Also, please rank and review the show over at Apple podcasts, the more rankings and positive reviews really help the show. Thanks for listening and kindly follow the show on the various social media outlets.Donate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_USE-mail: olddingyjukebox@gmail.comWeb: https://theolddingyjukebox.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/olddingyjukeboxpodcastTwitter: @OldDingyInstagram: @olddingyjukeboxpodcastGeorge Riddle “Set Up Another” Starday Records 1966Chicago Blck Swans “You Drink Too Much” Conqueror 1937Freddie Hart “Drink Up and Go Home” Columbia 1956BIll Cox and Cliff Hobbs “FDR Is Back Again” Conqueror 1936The Stanley Brothers “Little Glass of Wine” Rich-R-Tone 1948Tom Ball & Kenny Sultan “Who Drank My Beer” Kicking Mule 1983Lulu Belle & Scotty “I’m No Communist” Mercury 1952Ray Anderson “Stalin Kicked The Bucket” Kentucky 1953Whiskey Chimp “Tecate” Barely Right Now 2009Matt Sayles and the Detroit Sportsmen's Congress “Old Man’s First Call” Manifest Refugees 2018Webb Pierce “There Stands The Glass” Decca 1953Charlie Walker “Bubbles In My Beer” Epic 1966Lowe Stokes and His North Georgians “Home Brew Rag” Columbia 1928Charlie Wilson’s Hayloft Boys “The Beer Party” Montgomery Ward 1933Dave Dudley “Two Six Packs Away” Mercury 1965Washboard Sam “I Drinks Good Whiskey” Bluebird 1937Support the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)
This episode of the Old, Dingy Juke Box features some of my favorite tracks from the great record label, Arhoolie Records. This great record label had a great impact on my musical development and music tastes when I was younger. It still does, and I often marvel at the great and varied output to be found on Arhoolie records. Founded by Chris Stachwitz in 1960, Arhoolie records was started out as an extension of Chris’ love for hunting down old 78rpm records of down home, traditional styles of music. Over the years Chris recorded many types of musicians in a wide variety of ethnic styles. Blues, Cajun, Zydeco, Jazz, Conjunto, Norteno, Western Swing, Country, Gospel and Klezmer are some examples of the styles Chris recorded and released on his label over the past four decades. Many of the musicians were often recorded on their “home turf” in beer joints, churches, front porches, gatherings, living rooms and dance halls. The records released on Arhoolie represent a fascinating snapshot into the deep and wide well of American vernacular music styles and are truly a national treasure. I hope you enjoy the show and please share the podcast and episode with friends and family. Also, please rank and review the show over at Apple podcasts, the more rankings and positive reviews really help the show. Thanks for listening and kindly follow the show on the various social media outlets. Thanks for listening and enjoy the show. I truly appreciate it. E-mail: olddingyjukebox@gmail.comWeb: https://theolddingyjukebox.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/olddingyjukeboxpodcastTwitter: @OldDingyInstagram: @olddingyjukeboxpodcastDonate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_USIf you want to dig deeper into this treasure trove of music I would recommend seeking out and watching the great documentary about Arhoolie that was released in 2013 “This Ain’t No Mouse Music” Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eYyNAgs4T5oAmazon Link: “This Ain’t No Mouse Music” https://www.amazon.com/This-Aint-no-Mouse-Music/dp/B00QLC2H34Link to Chris Strachwitz’ Store, Down Home Music: https://www.downhomemusic.com/Arhoolie Recordshttps://folkways.si.edu/arhoolieA Great Film: Down Home Music: A Journey Through The Heartland 1963 https://youtu.be/nnJD5VgC7p4For Further Listening: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1jefks8rh1nahC1aV575Gn?si=5iUGSzdVRi-E8d-l4sutNAThe Arhoolie Foundation: https://arhoolie.org/A nonprofit organization rooted in the life's work of its founder Chris Strachwitz and his acclaimed independent label Arhoolie Records. Our mission is to document and celebrate blues, Cajun, zydeco, gospel, jazz, Tejano/Norteño, old-time, and other tradition-based styles of music through archival preservation, exhibits, community and educational outreach, live performance, and direct support to artists. Support the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)
In honor of Labor Day, this episode of the Old, Dingy Jukebox features songs revolving around the theme of work. I had a great time going through my records and finding a variety of songs from different styles, across different eras, that deal with a variety of experiences relating to work, employment and money. Looking through the discography, the first thing that stands out is the eclectic set list. From early blues, country music, and folk songs, to truckin songs and instrumental breakdowns, there’s something for everyone. The show’s breadth deals with lighthearted compositions as well as those of a more hard hitting nature. Hope you enjoy the show and please share with friends and family. Also, please rank and review the show over at Apple podcasts, the more rankings and positive reviews really help the show. Thanks for listening and kindly follow the show on the various social media outlets. Relax and enjoy episode #11 of the Old, Dingy Jukebox: Labor Day- “Unwieldy Hammers, Big Boss Men and Mining Catastrophes”Donate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_USE-mail: olddingyjukebox@gmail.comWeb: https://theolddingyjukebox.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/olddingyjukeboxpodcastTwitter: @OldDingyInstagram: @olddingyjukeboxpodcastDust To Digital   https://dust-digital.com/shop/blind-alfred-reed-appalachian-visionaryGood ‘Ol Grateful Dead Podcast-Casey Jones Episodehttps://open.spotify.com/episode/1QJJMgHPMeVMOIfElheCew?si=NzxWXJK2Q16OoRrSSwWz2wArhoolie Recordshttps://folkways.si.edu/arhoolieDown Home Music Storehttps://www.downhomemusic.com/Support the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)
This episode of the Old, Dingy Jukebox is a show without a theme. Every so often I’ll just comb through the records and pick some fun ones from across a variety of different genres. From 1950s honky tonk, early jazz, blues, western swing and a few instrumental guitar records, this show has something for everyone. Hope you enjoy the show and please share with friends and family. Also, please rank and review the show over at Apple podcasts, the more rankings and positive reviews really help the show. Thanks for listening and kindly follow the show on the various social media outlets.Relax and enjoy episode #10 of the Old, Dingy Jukebox: “Rubber Tired Hearses, Sugar Coated Cinders and Lazy Rivers”E-mail: olddingyjukebox@gmail.comWeb: https://theolddingyjukebox.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: @olddingyjukeboxpodcastTwitter: @OldDingyInstagram: @olddingyjukeboxpodcastCheck out John’s Old Time Radio Show. Lots of great episodes featuring R. Crumb recorded from his record lair in France.https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/johns-old-time-radio-show/id557734650Donate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_USTampa Red and his Chicago Five- “Let’s Get Drunk and Truck” Bluebird 6353 1936Stuff Smith and his Onyx Club Boys- “I’se A Muggin’ Numbers Game” Vocalion 3169 1936The Hall Brothers- “Way Out There” Bluebird 6843 1937R. Crumb and his Keep On Truckin’ Orchestra “Lazy River Blues” Ordinary 5000 1972Dick Stratton and the Nite Owls- “Sugar Coated Love” Tennessee 776 1954The Gentry Brothers- “Swanky” Dixie 45-890 1961Sleepy John Estes- “Drop Down Mama” Brunswick 03562 1935Duke Ellington and his Kentucky Club Orchestra “East St. Louis Toodle-O” 1927Jimmy Heap and the Melody Masters- “Haunted, Hungry Heart” Imperial 8074 1950The Fireballs- “Vaquero”  Rank 2054 1960Curley Williams and his Georgia Peach Pickers- “Grandma’s Turned Over Again” Columbia 37083 1948Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers- “Leavin’ Home” Columbia 15116 1927McKinney’s Cotton Pickers- “Beedle Um Bum” Victor 38052 1929Tibby Edwards- “Try To Understand” Mercury 70454 1954Support the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)
This episode of the Old, Dingy Jukebox features records about sin and redemption. Songs for Saturday nights and songs for Sunday mornings. I thought it would be a fun idea to have an episode that features records of various styles of music dealing with these two contrasting worlds. Harcore honky tonk, blues, hokum, gospel preaching, vocal groups and country. Hope you enjoy episode #9: “Rascally Paramours, Satan’s Burning Hell, Reefer and Streets of Glory.”E-mail: olddingyjukebox@gmail.comWeb: https://theolddingyjukebox.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: @olddingyjukeboxpodcastTwitter: @OldDingyInstagram: @olddingyjukeboxpodcastDonate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_USReverend Louis Overstreet- “Believe On Me” Arhoolie F1014 1963Mr. Memphis Minnie- “Black Rat Swing” Okeh 6707. 1943BIll Neely- “Satan’s Burning Hell” Blackland Farmboy. Arhoolie 5014. 1974Sonny Burnes- “Too Hot To Handle”. Starday 118. 1953Bukka White- “I Am In The Heavenly Way” Mississippi Blues. Takoma 1001. 1970Memphis Jug Band- “Cocaine Habit Blues” Victor 38620. 1930The Peerless Four- “Noah” Alan Lomax’s Southern Journey 1959-60.  Velvet Voices. Hokum Boys- “Keep YOur Mind On It” Vocalion 03232. 1936The Louvin Brothers- “Broad Minded” Capitol 2381. 1953Reverend Utah Smith- “I’ve Got Two Wings”. Checker 785. 1953Clint Howard and Fred Price- “Streets of Glory”. The Ballad of Finley Preston. Rounder 0009. Released 1972.Lorraine Walton- “If You’re A Viper”. Vocalion 03989. 1938Reverend W.M. Mosely- “Drinking Shine” Columbia 14217 1927Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup- “Star Bootlegger” RCA Victor 22-0117 1950The Bright Light Quartet- “I’m Tired” Alan Lomax’s Southern Journey 1959-60. Velvet Voices. Support the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)
Today's episode features some great 78rpm records from the collection of David Bragger. Traditional fiddler and banjoist David Bragger has become a ubiquitous figure in traditional American folk music. He is a musician, documentarian, UCLA ensemble director, artistic director of the Santa Barbara Old-Time Fiddlers’ Festival and co-founder of the independent folk label Tiki Parlour Recordings. Having learned the “old-time” art of fiddling directly from two generations of traditional masters, David has been passing down these archaic musical secrets and sounds to university students, violinists and fiddlers worldwide. David has produced over twenty CDs and DVDs for his label and has curated two 78rpm box set compilations (Texas & Mississippi Hillbillies) for JSP Records with 78 guru Chris King. In his spare time, he loves to set stylus to waxen groove for his nightly listening “seances” at the Old-Time Tiki Parlour.David's Website: https://oldtimetikiparlour.comE-mail: olddingyjukebox@gmail.comWeb: Facebook: @olddingyjukeboxpodcastTwitter: @OldDingyInstagram: @olddingyjukeboxpodcasthttps://theolddingyjukebox.buzzsprout.comDonate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_USShow Discography:Entry of the Gladiators - Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey’s Circus BandG Rag - Earl Johnson & His ClodhoppersGet ‘Em from the Peanut Man - Lil JohnsonCoal Creek March - Marion UnderwoodAlpine Milkman Yodel - Britt BrothersForty Drops - Andrew & Jim BaxterWhiskey and Gin Blues - South Street TrioGeorgia Swing - Jelly Roll MortonPretty Polly - B.F. SheltonPatty on the Turnpike - Fiddlin' Powers & FamilyGimme a Pig Foot and a Bottle of Beer - Bessie SmithRagtime Annie - Solomon & HughesGator Wobble - Memphis Jug BandBacon and Cabbage - Blind Joe Mangrum and Fred ShriverWhat's That Smells Like Fish - Blind Boy FullerBeaver Slide Rag - Peg Leg Howell & Eddie AnthonyI'm Gonna Get High - Tampa Red & The Chicago FiveSupport the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)
This episode of the Old Dingy Jukebox features some of my favorite country 45s from the 1950s and 1960s. Ranging from obscure, small label 45s to the more well known artists like George Jones and Merle Haggard on major labels like Capitol and Decca. Overall, the variety found on these records will make for an enjoyable listen to enthusiasts of down home American music styles. Enjoy.E-mail: olddingyjukebox@gmail.comWeb: https://theolddingyjukebox.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/olddingyjukeboxpodcastTwitter: @OldDingyInstagram: @olddingyjukeboxpodcastContribute/Donate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_USDick Mosely- Truck Stop Number Three. Tornado Records-1968Lonnie Irving- Gooseball Brown. Starday Records-1960Wynn Stewart- ‘Ol What’s Her Name. Capitol Records-1967George Jones- I Woke Up From Dreaming. Musicor Records- 1966Farmer Boys- I’m Just Too Lazy. Capitol Records- 1955Donny Young- It’s Been A Long, Long Time For Me. Decca Records- 1958Joe Maphis- Tennessee Two Step. Columbia Records- 1956Vern Stovall- Movin’ Round. Longhorn Records- 1967Carl Perkins- Let The JukeBox Keep Playing. Sun Records- 1955Merle Haggard- The Longer You Wait. Capitol Records- 1966The Cimarrons- Southern Fried Chicken. Zipp Records- 1956Connie & Joe- Home Is Where The Heart Is. Starday Records- 1960Buck Owens/Rose Maddox- Talk Of The Town.  Capitol Records- 1963Johnny Bond- Broke Disgusted and Sad. Columbia Records- 1951Red Sovine- No Thanks Bartender.  Decca Records- 1957Wayne Raney- Young Widow Brown. Starday Records- 1964Dick Mosely- Under the Double Eagle. Tornado Records-1968Support the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)
This episode of the Old, Dingy Jukebox features some of my favorite guitar records from some of my favorite guitar players. It was pretty hard to narrow it down into one show, but I figured I’d just go for it. Who knows, maybe I’ll do a second show later on down the road. The guitar records and artists I chose for the show cover a lot of different styles and genres, which is sort of what the show is all about. Hopefully it will make for an enjoyable episode for the guitarist, guitar aficionado as well as the casual, every day listener. As usual, I’ve provided a discography of the records I pulled from for the show in order for you to pursue the artists more fully on your own if you are so inclined. Enjoy.E-mail: olddingyjukebox@gmail.comWeb: https://theolddingyjukebox.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/olddingyjukeboxpodcastTwitter: @OldDingyInstagram: @olddingyjukeboxpodcastContribute/Donate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_USBlind Blake-Southern Rag. Paramount Records. 1927Phil Baugh-Country Guitar. Longhorn Records. 1965Big Bill Broonzy-Long Tall Mama. Oriole Records. 1932Django Reinhardt & the Quintette du Hot Club de France. Stompin At Decca. 1938Joe Maphis-Guitar Rock n Roll. Columbia Records. 1956Roy Harvey and Jess Johnston-Guitar Rag. Champion Records. 1930Reverend Gary Davis-I Am The Light Of This World. Melotone Records. 1935Speedy West and Jimmy Bryant-Bryant’s Bounce. Two Guitars Country Style. Capitol Records. 1957Blind Blake-Diddie Wah Diddie. Paramount Records. 1929Bob Wills & The Texas Playboys (Feat. Junior Barnard) Fat Boy Rag. Columbia Records. 1947Big Bill Broonzy-Guitar Shuffle. Blues With Big Bill Broonzy, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee. (interviewed by Studs Terkel) Folkways Records. 1957Doc Watson, Clint Howard & Fred Price-Crawdad Song. Old Timey Concert. Vanguard Records. 1967Kenny Sultan-Dallas Rag. Tom Ball & Kenny Sultan. Confusion. Sonyatone Records. 1981The Texas Troubadours-C-Jam Blues. Country Dance Time. Decca Records. 1965Support the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)
For today’s show I bring in a good friend of mine to host the show, Matt Sayles. Every so often I will be having somebody on the podcast to be a guest host of the show. Matt and I have spent many a fun evening hanging out and listening to old records and those evenings, in part, we’re the genesis of this podcast. Matt is a great musician who has experience fronting bands and touring around the United States and Europe. He also owns a record label, Philville Records. Philville is active in producing, recording and supporting various musical acts and I recommend you visit the website to check out what’s going on with the label.Matt’s musical tastes are broad and pretty esoteric, which is exactly why I chose to have him as my first guest on the podcast. This, along with his enthusiasm for the history and varied nuances of the music make for an entertaining listen. Hope you enjoy the show.E-mail: olddingyjukebox@gmail.comWeb: https://theolddingyjukebox.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/olddingyjukeboxpodcastTwitter: @OldDingyInstagram: @olddingyjukeboxhttps://www.philvillerecords.com/Contribute/Donate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US1. Carbolic Acid Blues (Bobbie Cadillac) 12/8/1928 2. De Estirpe Portena (Rosita Quiroga) Julio Pollero & His Orchestra (Tipica) 1928 3. Rollin’ Mama Blues (Ruby Glaze and “Hot Shot Willie” AKA Blind Willie McTell) 1932 4. St. Louis Blues (Milton Brown) W/ Bob Dunn first Electric Guitar Sessions 1934 5. Stone Pony Blues (Charlie Patton) 1934 6. Merle’s Boogie Woogie (Merle Travis) 1947 7. Stormy Heart (Larry Cassidy The Singing Cop) 1947 8. Will You Be Loving Another Man (Monroe & Flatt) 1947 9. She’s Some Daisy For Nineteen Years Old (Fairley Holden) 1947 10. ‘Deed I Do (Lena Horne) 1948 MGM 11. Angelitos Negros (Rico’s Creole Band) 1949 12. Tokyo Shoeshine Boy (Terako Akatsuki) 1950 13. House Of Blue Lights (Chuck Miller) 1955 14. Can’t Help Wonderin’ (Chuck Miller) 1955 15. It’s the Mileage That’s Slowing Us Down (Red Foley and Ernest Tubb) 1956 16. The Ballad Of Me and Sweet Marie (Lewi Longmire) 2011 off Tales of The Left Coast Roasters Support the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)
Today's show is a special show for the Memorial Day weekend. I thought it would be appropriate to listen to a variety of styles from a variety of varying viewpoints relating to US conflict over the various decades. I tried to dig deep to provide an entertaining show that will be enjoyable to a variety of listeners. From the humorous, to the not so humorous, I think this show will have something for everyone. As usual, I’ve provided a discography of the records I pulled from for the show in order for you to pursue the artists more fully on your own if you are so inclined. Enjoy.E-mail: olddingyjukebox@gmail.comWeb: https://theolddingyjukebox.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/olddingyjukeboxpodcastTwitter: @OldDingyInstagram: @olddingyjukeboxContribute/Donate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_USThe Army Blues- Hank Penny and his Radio Cowboys. Conqueror 9845 1941Down Where The River Bends-Red Allen and the Kentuckians Released On The Solid Bluegrass Sounds of the Kentuckians Melodian Records 1965Mrs. Mcgrath-Pete Seeger Released on Live at Carnegie Hall Columbia Records 1963Private John Q- The New Lost City Ramblers Released On Modern Times Folkways Records 1968Jazz Gillum-Wartime Blues Bluebird 8943 1942Tear The Fascists Down- Woody Guthrie Released On Woody The Agitator Rounder Records 2009The Louvin Brothers-I Died For The Red, White and Blue. Released on Weapon of Prayer Capitol Records 1962Please Settle In Vietnam-Lightning Hopkins. Joliet Records 1970When That Great Ship Went Down-Woody Guthrie Released on The Greatest Songs of Woody Guthrie Vanguard Records 1972The Battleship of Maine- Red Patterson’s Piedmont Log Rollers Victor 20936 1927American Defense- Son House Released on The Legendary 1941-42 Recordings Folklyric RecordsSoldiers Last Letter-Ernest Tubb Decca 6098 1944Waist Deep in the Big Muddy- Pete Seeger Released on Waist Deep in the Big Muddy and Other Love Songs Columbia Records 1967I’m Gonna Put My Name Down-Tom Glazer Released On Songs Of Citizen C.I.O Asch Records 1945So Long, It’s Been Good To Know Ya (War Version)-Woody Guthrie and Cisco Houston Released On Songs Of Citizen C.I.O Asch Records 1945This Land Is Your Land-Pete Seeger-Released on Live at Carnegie Hall Columbia Records 1963Support the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)
Today’s show is a variety of down home music pulled exclusively from my collection of 78rpm records. Containing, among others, the likes of Lightning Hopkins, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Clarence Williams, Merle Travis, Duke Ellington, The Carter Family and Bill Monroe, this show is a nice variety of genres that make up an entertaining mix and hopefully is a enjoyable show due to the variety of style contained herein. As always, see the playlist and discography below and I encourage you to seek out this music on your own. Thanks for listening. E-mail: olddingyjukebox@gmail.comSubscribe at Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-old-dingy-jukebox/id1511195791Follow on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/67gzUDKNXVNm9Nt7f4Tpwa?si=vMqZwPIUSsKvs5LcTWgpHQFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/olddingyjukeboxpodcastInstagram: @olddingyjukeboxContribute/Donate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US1. BIG JOE AND HIS WASHBOARD BAND-I’M THROUGH WITH YOU OKEH 19402. TENN. ERNIE FORD- SHOTGUN BOOGIE CAPITOL RECORDS 19513. DUKE ELLINGTON COTTON CLUB ORCH. ECHOES OF THE JUNGLE VICTOR RECORDS19314. MERLE TRAVIS-BLUE SMOKE CAPITOL RECORDS  19495. CARTER FAMILY-KEEP ON THE SUNNY SIDE VICTOR RECORDS 19286. CLARENCE WILLIAMS JUG BAND ORGAN GRINDER COLUMBIA RECORDS 19337. LIGHTNING HOPKINS JACKSTROPPER BLUES. GOLD STAR RECORDS  1949 8. LEAKE COUNTY REVELERS THE OLD HAT COLUMBIA RECORDS ATL. 19279. JIMMIE DAVIS HIGH GEARED MAMADECCA RECORDS  193610. BILL MONROE BLUEGRASS BOYS-MULE SKINNER BLUES  RCA VICTOR 194011. LOWE STOKES AND HIS NORTH GEORGIANS-UNEXPLAINED BLUES COLUMBIA RECORDS  192712. TOMMY DUNCAN AND HIS WESTERN ALL STARS- MISSISSIPPI BLUES INTRO RECORDS 195113. ROY NEWMAN AND HIS BOYS-I USED TO LOVE YOU VOCALION RECORDS 193914. BURNETT AND RUTHERFORD-LADIES ON THE STEAM BOAT COLUMBIA RECORDS 192715. LATTIE MOORE. BRAND NEW CASE OF LOVE KING RECORDS 1953Support the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)
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