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Junglee Hour


Sat 4.00PM–6.00PM

Music From India and the South Asian Sub-Continent. Bollywood and Beyond!

With Sy


The Audiological Phantasmagoria (Music)

Join your host Dr. T G Hokum and take the cure with the finest in old time blues, country, jazz and gospel with a dash of the exotic. Right before your ears he'll brew up various batches of elixirs, calmatives and revitalizers specially designed to soothe the mind, activate the feet and touch the soul.

Sat Jul 21st 2018 12.00pm–2.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: pacific


Sol Hoopii “An Orange Grove in California”
from Master of the Hawaiian Guitar, Vol. 2 Comp (Rounder Records 1991) —Music Bed - Outro


Harlem Hamfats “What You Gonna Do?”
from Harlem Hamfats Vol. 1 1936 Comp (Document Records 1994)


Jelly Roll Morton And His Red Hot Peppers “Mississippi Mildred”
from Jelly Roll Morton 1926-1930 - Volume 2 Comp (JSP Records 2000) —Music Bed - Calendar Of Events


Skip James “Cherry Ball Blues”
from Classic Blues Songs From The 1920s Vol. 8 Comp (Blues Images 2010)


Roy Johnson's Happy Pals “Happy Pal Stomp”
from Jazz the World Forgot Volume 1 Comp (Yazoo Records 2005)


Fats Waller And His Buddies “Lookin' Good But Feelin' Bad”
from Handful Of Keys - Disc 1 - Numb Fumblin' Comp (Proper Records 2004)


Jean Sablon “Rendez-Vous Sous La Pluie (Meeting InThe Rain)”
from Django Reinhardt: Musette To Maestro - Disc D Comp (JSP Records 2010)


Mississippi Sheiks “That's It”
from Stop & Listen Comp (Yazoo Records 1992)


Gus Viseur & His Ensemble “Jeannette”
from Gus Viseur: Compositions 1934-1942 Comp (Fremeaux & Associates 2003) —Music Bed - Community Billboard


Washington White “I Am In the Heavenly Way”
from American Primitive Comp (Revenant Records 2004)


Red Nichol's Stompers “Make My Cot Where the Cot-Cot-Cotton Grows”
from "That's What I Call Sweet Music" American Dance Orchestras Of The 1920s Comp (EMI Records 1999)


Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five “Dropping Shucks”
from Hot Fives & Sevens Volume 1 Comp (JSP Records 1999) —Music Bed - Intro

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