OTRS 69 – JOHN’S RECORDS “GREAT AMERICAN SONGSTERS”

John's Old Time Radio Show
“GREAT AMERICAN SONGSTERS”
John’s Old Time Radio Show. “GREAT AMERICAN SONGSTERS”. John Henegahn plays early 20th century 78 rpm records from his record collection on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show.

1. Bib-A-Lolie-Boo – Chubby Parker

2. Green Grass – Stovepipe Johnson

3. Jimbo Jambo Land – Shorty Godwin

4. Don’t Think I’m Santa Claus – Lil McClintock

5. I Am Surely Living A Ragtime Life – Ad Lindsay & Alvin Conder

6. G. Burns Is Gonna Rise Again – John Nelson Porkchop

7. Jerry, Go Ile That Car – Harry “Mac” McClintock

8. Fishing Blues – Henry Thomas

9. I Love Somebody – Land Norris

10. Traveling Coon – Luke Jordan

11. I Learned About Women From Her – Goebel Reeves

12. Dago Blues – Virgil Childers

13. You’ve Gotta Stop Drinking Shine – Gid Tanner

14. Mysterious Coon – Alec Johnson

15. Lonely As I Can Be – W. L. “Rustic” Waters

16. She Could Toodle-oo – Hambone Willie Newbern

17. The Panic Is On – Hezekiah Jenkins

18. Railroadin’ And Gamblin’ – Uncle Dave Macon

19. I’m Not Jealous – Richard “Rabbit” Brown

Henry Thomas

Harry McClintock

Goebel Reeves (left)

Gid Tanner

Luke Jordan

Dave Macon

Shorty Godwin


OTRS 68 – R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM 29 “JUG BANDS”

John's Old Time Radio Show
R. Crumb’s Record Room Pt. 29
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ Robert Crumb. “JUG BANDS & JUG BANDS THAT DON’T USE JUGS”. Special Guest Robert Crumb plays 78 rpm records from his legendary record collection from the South of France on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show. Featuring that nutty protagonist Eden Brower.

1. House Rent Rag – Clifford Hayes & His Dixieland Jug Blowers

2. The Wild Cat Squawl – Birmingham Jug Band

3. Walking Cane Stomp – Philip’s Louisville Jug Band (Kentucky Jug Band)

4. Lindberg Hop – Memphis Jug Band

5. Cocaine Habit – Memphis Jug Band featuring Hattie Hart

6. Gator Wobble – Memphis Jug Band

7. Elm Street Woman Blues – Dallas Jamboree Jug Band

8. Knox County Stomp – Tennessee Chocolate Drops

9. She Won’t Quit But She’ll Slow Down – Earl McDonald’s Louisville Jug Band

10. Foldin’ Bed – Whistler & His Jug Band

11. Springdale Blues – Cannon’s Jug Stompers

12. Beale Street Breakdown – Jed Davenport’s Beale Street Jug Band

 

Howard Armstrong & members of Tennessee Chocolate Drops

Gus Cannon


Will Shade

Will Shade

Cliffor Haye’s Dixielabd Jug Blowers

Cannon’s Jug Stompers

member’s of Earl McDonald’s Louisville Jug Band

Whistler’s Jug Band

Whistler


OTRS 67 – DON HILL PT. 2 “FIELD RECORDINGS & EARLY CARIBBEAN 78 RECORDS”

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OTRS 67 – DON HILL PART 2 “FIELD RECORDINGS, CARIBBEAN/COUNTRY & EARLY CARIBBEAN 78 RECORDS”
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ Don Hill. Special Guest Don Hill plays  on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show. With Tony Beyers.

Click Here to go to Don Hill’s collection at U. C. Santa Barbara Library

1. Cromanti Cudjoe (Beg Pardon Big Drum Song) – People of the Carriacou Islands, the largest of the Grenadine Islands in the Caribbean

2. January Has Gone Far Away (Patois Song)/ The Waggoner’s Lad – Carriacou People

3. Announcement Of Players/ Cripple Creek – The People Of Delaney Arkansas

4. Yaa Ampdmca (Highlife) – E. T. Mensah And His Tempos Band

5. Cuando La Vista Perdi (When The View Is Lost) – El Hombre Orchestra

6. Song No. 99 – Wilmoth Houdini

7. Cumbia Sampuesana – Conj. Tipico Vallenato

8. Flores De Mayo; vals Vanazolauo – Ulises Acosta

9. El Clavo – Penaranda Y Su Conjunto

10. Sukuma – Nzila Joseph

11. Lamento Cubano – Cuarteto Machin

12. Lab Le Wold – Demisse Desta with Harp

13. Mi Nata – Quezada Y Su Orquesta Union

Don Hill


OTRS 66 – JOHN’S RECORDS “WOMEN’S MUSIC HISTORY”

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“WOMES’S MUSIC HISTORY”
John’s Old Time Radio Show. “WOMEN’S MUSIC HISTORY”. John Heneghan plays early 20th century 78 rpm records from his record collection of top female musicians on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show.

1. THE WORRIED BLUES – SAMANTHA BUMGARNER

2. YOU TANTALIZED ME OH DARK SKINNED MAN – MOZA KHAMIS

3. MAPLE LEAF RAG – VERA GUILAROFF

4. “GEISHA SONG” – UNKNOWN JAPANESE VOCALIST

5. THE WHOLE WORLD IN HIS HAND – BESSIE JOHNSON’S SANCTIFIED SINGERS

6. YA ZAHR ELLIMOUN – UNKNOWN ALGERIAN VOCALIST

7. WAIT FOR ME – HAROLD AND HAZEL

8. PACK MY THINGS – HAROLD AND HAZEL

9. LALA MEKA – UNKNOWN MOROCCAN VOCALIST

10. HARD WORKING WOMAN – MISSISSIPPI MATILDA

11. BLUES NEGRES – CLEOMA FALCON

12. DIAMANDIAYE Y NAMAGOSSA – BAMAKO

13. BETTER BOOT THAT THING – BESSIE TUCKER

14. THE BIBLE’S RIGHT – SISTER O. M. TERRELL

15.  LEI E – EMMA BUSH

16. UNKNOWN – BANU PARVANEH & UNKNOWN PERSIAN SINGER

17. MAMMY’S LULLABY – OLLIE HESS

18. DRUNKEN BARREL HOUSE BLUES – MEMPHIS MINNIE

Samantha Bumgarner

Vera Guiaroff

Cleoma & Joseph Falcon

Sister O. M. Terrell

Memphis Minnie


OTRS 65 – R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM 28 “MUSIC OF PORTUGAL”

John's Old Time Radio Show
R. Crumb’s Record Room Pt. 28
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ Robert Crumb. “MUSIC OF PORTUGAL”. Special Guest Robert Crumb plays 78 rpm records from his legendary record collection from the South of France on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show. With Eden Brower.

1. Boa Noite Raparigas Desafio Regional Do Douro – Jose Lemos E Candida Leal Com Conjucto Portugalia
2. Abrew’s Portuguese Jazz – Abrew’s Portuguese Instrumental Trio
3. Fado Sem Pernas – Ercilia Costa Guitarra: Armandinho, Viola Georgino Lisboa
4. Verdegar (Vira) – Margarida, Cantadeira De Paredes
5. Corridinho Da Bordeira – Jose Ferreiro & Jose Ferreiro Junior
6. Fado Robles – J. Cavalheiro
7. Kuhambana – Alexander Jafete Trio
8. Olarilolela – Mariamelia e Cardoso Pessoa
9. Fado Barberio – Menano e S. Freire
10. Esse Olhar Da=Me Tristeza – Maria Alice
11. Ohula Do Douro – Mauel R. Pereira Leite

Ercilia Costa

Jose Ferreiro

Ercilia Costa

Maria Alice

OTRS 64 – DON HILL “BLUES FIELD RECORDINGS”

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OTRS 64 – DON HILL “BLUES FIELD RECORDINGS”
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ Don Hill. Special Guest Don Hill plays field recordings he recorded in Memphis, Nashville & Chicago in the 1960’s on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show. With Tony Beyers.

Click Here to go to Don Hill’s collection at U. C. Santa Barbara Library

1. Charmin’ Betsy (Goin’ Round The Mountain) – Gus Cannon & Will Shade

2. You Send Me John (N.1) – Will Shade

3. I’m Sitting Beside The Water – Laura Dukes

4. Sun Brimmer’s Blues (Big Chief Blues) – Will Shade & Laura Dukes

5. I’m Crazy About You Baby – Blind James Campbell String Band

6. Beauford’s Boogie Woogie – Blind James Campbell String Band

7. 44 Blues – King David

8. South On The Boarder – Daddy Stovepipe

9. Shake Em On Down – Wade Walton


Don Hill & the Wade Walton record he recorded for Bluesville

Jimmy Davis & King David (right) playing on Maxwell Street Chicago

Wade Walton outside his barber shop

Blind James Campbell’s String Band

Daddy Stovepipe playing on Maxwell Street Chicago

Gus Cannon

Gus Cannon

Music Scholar Don Hill

Tony Beyers

young Laura Dukes

Laura Dukes

Will Shade of Memphis Jug Band & Gus Cannon of Cannon’s Jug Stompers

Wade Walton

Will Shade

Will Shade

Will Shade

OTRS 63 – R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM 27 “GREAT COUNTRY GUITARISTS & MUSICIANS”

John's Old Time Radio Show
R. Crumb’s Record Room Pt. 27
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ Robert Crumb. “GREAT COUNTRY GUITARISTS & MUSICIANS”. Special Guest Robert Crumb plays 78 rpm records from his legendary record collection from the South of France on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show.

1. Charlotte Hot Step – Fletcher & Foster

2. Where’s My Sweetie Now – Asa Martin

3. Guitar Blues – Buster & Jack

4. I Want Some Home Brew – Orla Clark

5. Mean Mama – Walter Callahan

6. Spanish Rag – Herschel Brown & L. K. Sentell

7. Railroad Bill – Hobart Smith

8. Greasy Wagon – Roy Harvey &Leonard Copeland

9. Whistle & Blow Your Blues Away – Riley Puckett

10. The Gang’s All Here – Hoke Rice & Louie Donaldson

11. I’m Wearin’ The Britches Now – Bill Carlisle

12. Love Me Darling Love Me – Lake Howard

13. Raggedy Riley – Rosa Lee Carson (Moonshine kate)

14. Kitty Waltz – The carter Family

15. I Am Bound For The Promised Land – Alfred G. Karnes

Hobart Smith

Bill McCoy on the “cooling board”. AKA Railroad Bill.

Roy Harvey & Leonard Copeland

Riley Puckett

Bill & Cliff Carlisle

Rosa Lee Carson AKA “Moonshine Kate”

Rosa Lee Carson

Maybell Carter


OTRS 62 – JOHN’S RECORDS “OLD TIME BLUES”

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“OLD TIME BLUES”
John’s Old Time Radio Show.”OLD TIME BLUES”. John Henegahn plays early 20th century Blues 78 rpm records from his record collection on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show.

1. Down The (Dark) Road Blues – Charley Patton

2. Broke Down Engine (issued Vocalion version) Blind Willie McTell

3. Too Tight Blues – Peg Leg Howell & His Gang

4. Atlanta Town – Chasey Collins

5. The Gone Dead Train – King Solomon Hill

6. Every Day In The Week Blues – Pink Anderson & Simmie Dooley

7. Katy Fly – Elijah Jones & Yank Rachell

8. Penitentiary Moan Blues – Texas Alexander & Lonnie Johnson

9. Evil Hearted Woman – Georgia Slim

10. Get Your Head Trimmed Down – (Jackson) Joe Williams & Yank Rachell

11. I Won’t Be In Hard Luck No More – Big Joe Williams

12. Baby Please Don’t Go – Big Joe Williams

13. Where Have You Been So Long? – Tommie Bradley & James Cole

14. New Oh Red! – Blind Boy Fuller

15. M & O Blues – Willie Brown

Charley Patton

Blind Willie McTell

Pink Anderson

Lonnie Johnson

Yank Rachell

Big Joe Williams

Blind Boy Fuller


OTRS 61 – “NO MUSIC Edition Two” featuring R. Crumb & Eden Brower

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“NO MUSIC Edition Two” featuring R. Crumb & Eden Brower
This is the second “Just Talking” show with special guests Robert Crumb and Eden Brower. Listen to them blah blah blah blah… and never get around to playing any records. Stay tuned next month for more great old music!

1. VIEWER MAIL / KEEP ON TRUMPIN’

2. PENDULUM / WITCHCRAFT

3. HIGHLAND SEER

4. TAROT CARDS

Robert Crumb & his records

Eden Brower, Robert Crumb & records

John Heneghan & his friends

OTRS 60 – R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM 26 “EARLY AMERICAN JAZZ & DANCE BANDS PART 3”

John's Old Time Radio Show
R. Crumb’s Record Room Pt. 26
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ Robert Crumb & Eden Brower. “EARLY AMERICAN JAZZ & DANCE BANDS PART 3”. Special Guest Robert Crumb plays 78 rpm records from his legendary record collection from the South of France with special guests Aline Crumb & Eden Brower on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show.

1. Horse Feathers  – Cliff Jackson & His Crazy Kats

2. In Harlem’s Araby – The Dixie Devils

3. Mysterious Mose – Cliff Perrine & Orchestra

4. When Erastus Plays His Old Kazoo – The Plantation Serenaders

5. Piggly Wiggly Blues – Windy Rhythm Kings

6. River Boat Blues – The Wisconsin Roof Orchestra

7. Some Fun – Irving Mills & His Hotsy Totsy Gang

8. Hot Strut – Fowler’s Favorites

9. Percolatin’ Blues – Fowler’s Favorites

10. Scratch – Blue Ribbon Syncopators

11. When I’m Blue – The Halfway House Dance Orchestra

12. Morocco Blues – Joe Jordan’s Ten Sharps & Flats

 

R. Crumb & Eden Brower

 

Cliff Jackson’s Crazy Cats

Porter Grainger

Lemuel Fowler of Fowler’s Favorites

 

Halfway House Dance Orchestra