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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 Jun 23rd 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”
composed by Irving Berlin
from Master of the Hawaiian Guitar, Vol. 2 Comp (Rounder Records 1991) —Music Bed - Outro


Jimmie Revard and His Oklahoma Playboys “Lose Your Blues and Laugh At Life”
composed by B. Todd, C. Cornell, C. Kenny, N. Kenny
from Doughboys, Playboys & Cowboys - Disc 2 - Playboy Stomp Comp (Proper Records 1999)


Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys “I'm a Ding-Dong Daddy From Dumas”
composed by Phil Baxter
from The King Of Western Swing - Disc C - Dallas 1937,1938 Comp (JSP Records 2007)


Sam Morgan's Jazz Band “Everybody's Talking About Sammy”
composed by Composer Unknown
from Breaking Out Of New Orleans - Disc B Comp (JSP Records 2004)


Pickett-Parham Apollo Syncopators “Mojo Strut”
composed by Leroy Pickett, Tiny Parham
from Jazz the World Forgot Volume 1 Comp (Yazoo Records 2005)


Blind Willie Johnson “John The Revelator”
composed by Traditional
from Anthology of American Folk Music, Vol. 2 - Social Music - Disc 2B Comp (Smithsonian/Folkways 1997)


Skip James “Cypress Grove Blues”
composed by Skip James
from The Complete Early Recordings Comp (Yazoo Records 1994)


The Carter Family “Little Darling Pal of Mine”
composed by A. P. Carter
from The Carter Family 1927-1934 - Disc A Comp (JSP Records 2008)


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


Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers “Mr. Jelly Lord”
composed by Ferdinand 'Jelly Roll' Morton
from Jelly Roll Morton 1926-1930 - Volume 1 Comp (JSP Records 2002)


Triangle Quartette “Doodlin' Back”
composed by Composer Unknown
from The Rise And Fall Of Paramount Records Vol.2 Comp (Third Man/Revenant Records 2014)


Cliff 'Ukulele Ike' Edwards “Halfway To Heaven”
composed by Yellin, Bigelow, Bates, Ager
from With My Little Ukulele In My Hand - Disc 2 - Oh How (S)he Could Play The Ukulele Comp (Proper Records 2008)


Rudy Vallee And His Connecticut Yankees “The One That I Love Loves Me”
composed by Composer Unknown
from That's What I Call Sweet Music-American Dance Orchestras Of The 1920s Comp (EMI Records 1999)


Sol Hoopii & His Novelty Quartette “Under The Tropical Moon”
composed by Noble
from Classic Hawaiian Steel Guitar Performances 1933-1934 Comp (Origin Jazz Library 2007)


Pixinguinha & Joao De Barro “Carinhoso”
composed by Pixinguinha
from Bresil ; Choro-Samba-Frevo 1914-1945 (Fremeaux & Associates 1998)


Isham Jones And His Orchestra “Always in My Heart (Forever on My Mind)”
composed by Roy Turk - J. Fred Coots
from Shadows on the Swanee (1932-1934) Comp (Rivermont Records 2013)


Louis Vola Et Son Orcestre Du Lido Du Toulon “C'est Un Valse Qui Chante”
composed by Composer Unknown
from Django Reinhardt: Musette To Maestro-Disc A-Early Years 1928-1933 Comp (JSP Records 2010)


Charley Patton “When Your Way Gets Dark”
composed by Charley Patton
from Screamin' & Hollerin' The Blues: The Worlds Of Charley Patton-Disc 3 Comp (Revenant Records 2001)


Cleoma Falcon “Blues Negress”
composed by Trad. Cajun
from Hot Women: Women Singers From the Torrid Regions of the World Comp (Kein & Aber 2008)


Blue Ridge Highballers “Jule Girl”
composed by Composer Unknown
from The Rise And Fall Of Paramount Records Comp (Third Man/Revenant Records 2013)


Raderman-Beckerman Orchestra “A Europaishe Kolomyka”
composed by Composer Unknown
from The Secret Museum Of Mankind Volume 1 Comp (Yazoo Records 1995)


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


Bascom Lamar Lundsford “Dry Bones”
composed by Traditional
from The Half Ain't Never Been Told Comp (Yazoo 2000)


Robert Johnson “Come On In My Kitchen (Take 1)”
composed by Robert Johnson
from The Complete Recordings Comp (P-Vine 2009)


Three 'Baccer Tags “Get Your Head In Here”
composed by George Wade, Luther Baucom, Reid Summey
from Gastonia Gallop Comp (Old Hat Records 2009)


Blind Willie McTell “Kind Mama”
composed by Blind Willie McTell
from The Definitive Blind Willie McTell - Disc 1 Comp (Columbia Records 1994)


Blind Blake “Dry Bone Shuffle (Take 1)”
composed by Arthur Blake
from Blind Blake: All The Published Sides - Disc B Comp (JSP Records 2003)


Fred Hamm And His Orchestra “Flag That Train (to Alabam')”
composed by Pat McCarthy
from Up & At 'Em: Early Victor Electric Hot Dance Bands 1925-1927 Comp (Timeless Records 2004)


Sammy Swift's Jazz Band “Wet Yo' Thumb”
composed by Fletcher Henderson
from The Rise And Fall Of Paramount Records Comp (Third Man/Revenant Records 2013)


Louis Armstrong And The Hot Fives “Droppin' Shucks”
composed by Louis Armstrong
from Hot Fives & Sevens Volume 1 Comp (JSP Records 1999) —Music Bed - Intro

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