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TTRH3.5 Bob Dylan TTRH Season 3 Ep 5 ‘BLOOD’

Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour

Season 3

Episode 5

Blood

Original Airdate November 12, 2008

Mp3 @ 256 kbps/ 114 MB/ RS + ES

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It’s Night-time in the big city! The hotels smells from cigarettes and cheap perfume. A woman shops for fruit in a trenchcoat. I don’t know if this city’s more like Sodom or Gomorrah.


Theme Time Radio Hour, your home for bloody Dreams, Plasma Themes and Claret Schemes

You’d better eat some garlic because we’re bound to attract some vampires.

– Bob Dylan




I don’t care how you explain it, it just SOUNDS bad!

– Bob Dylan


I was out this mo’nin, feelin’ blue
I said-a, ‘Good-lookin’ girl can I make love with you?’
Hey-hey-hey, babe
I’ve got blood in my eyes for you
Hey-hey-hey, babe
I’ve got blood in my eyes for you-ooo
I’ve got blood in my eyes for you, baby
I don’t care what in this world you do

I went back home, put on my tie
Gon’ get that girl that ‘is money will buy
A-hey-hey, babe
I’ve got blood in my eyes for you
Hey-hey-hey, babe
I’ve got blood in my eyes for you-ooo
I’ve got blood in my eyes for you, baby
I don’t care what in the world you do

She looked at me, begin to smile
Hey-hey babe, ‘Can’t you wait a little while?
No, no babe
I’ve got blood in my eyes for you
No, no babe
I’ve got blood in my eyes for you-ooo
I’ve got blood in my eyes for you, baby
I don’t care what in this world you do

‘Oh, I’ve got blood in my eyes for you’

No, no ma’am, I can’t wait
You got my money, tryin’ to break this date
Hey-hey-hey, babe
I’ve got blood in my eyes for you
Hey-hey-hey, babe
I’ve got blood in my eyes for you-ooo
I’ve got blood in my eyes for you, baby
I don’t care what in the world you do

I’m gonna tell you somethin’
Gon’ tell you the fact
If you don’t want me, give my money back
Hey-hey-hey, babe
I’ve got blood in my eyes for you
Hey-hey-hey, babe
I’ve got blood in my eyes for you-ooo
I’ve got blood in my eyes for you, baby
I don’t care what in this world you do

It ain’t no need a-gettin’ roustin’ yo jaws
Ya ain’t gonna get none of my Santa Claus
Hey-hey-hey, babe
I’ve got blood in my eyes for you
Hey-hey-hey, babe
I’ve got blood in my eyes for you-ooo
I’ve got blood in my eyes for you, baby
I don’t care what in this world you do.


That was Little Esther Texaco.

– Bob Dylan



A cold blooded woman. The type that sweats popsicles.

– Bob Dylan

Our boots and clothes are all in pawn
Go down, you blood red roses, Go down
It’s mighty drafty ’round Cape Horn
Go down, you blood red roses, Go down

Oh, you pinks and posies
Go down, you blood red roses, Go down

But it’s round Cape Horn that we must go
Go down, you blood red roses, Go down
For that is where them whalefish blow
Go down, you blood red roses, Go down

Oh, you pinks and posies
Go down, you blood red roses, Go down

My dear old mother wrote to me
Go down, you blood red roses, Go down
Oh, son, dear son come home from sea
Go down, you blood red roses, Go down

Oh, you pinks and posies
Go down, you blood red roses, Go down

Now one more pull and that will do
Go down, you blood red roses, Go down
For we’re the boys to pull her through
Go down, you blood red roses, Go down

Oh, you pinks and posies
Go down, you blood red roses, Go down


This is Theme Time Radio hour and we’re coagulating.

– Bob Dylan



Have you been to Jesus for the cleansing pow’r?
Are you washed in the blood of the Lamb?
Are you fully trusting in His grace this hour?
Are you washed in the blood of the Lamb?

Are you washed in the blood,
In the soul-cleansing blood of the Lamb?
Are your garments spotless? Are they white as snow?
Are you washed in the blood of the Lamb?

Are you walking daily by the Savior’s side?
Are you washed in the blood of the Lamb?
Do you rest each moment in the Crucified?
Are you washed in the blood of the Lamb?

When the Bridegroom cometh will your robes be white?
Are you washed in the blood of the Lamb?
Will your soul be ready for the mansions bright,
And be washed in the blood of the Lamb?

Lay aside the garments that are stained with sin,
And be washed in the blood of the Lamb;
There’s a fountain flowing for the soul unclean,
Oh, be washed in the blood of the Lamb!

It’s almost a mini Rashomon.

– Bob Dylan


I’d find it easier to give up Graham crackers.


– Bob Dylan

Dylan’s magnificent and seminal Theme Time Radio Hour series continues into Season 3 with this wonderful episode which, strangely today rather than on Halloween or Valentines Day, explores the theme of ‘Blood’ !


Another great example of saying a lot by saying a little.

-Bob Dylan

This show’s for everybody. Even the bleeding hearts.

– Bob Dylan

A wonderful show with typically excellent music as well as great banter, snippets, quotations, poetry, witticisms and corny jokes! From Macbeth to Anne Boleyn’s three nipples to Jerry Lee crooning Willy the Shake to Muddy Waters’s “Death of a Salesman” to Akira Kurosawa via Truman Capote’s classic ‘In Cold Blood’ and the two recent movies thereof (almost a mini-Rashomon !) to sea shanties to Tommy Jefferson to Colombian soccer (yes, really!) to Buckets of Blood bars to tracts of the Bible including that crazy Book of Revelations to Sylvester Graham and an excuse to talk about masturbation!

Of course, loads of wonderful and typically eclectic music too!

From great Gospel to R&B to jazz to rockabilly to country to rock n’roll to shanty to soul … and everything in between!


Do you mind if I call you “Buck”, Charlie?

– Bob Dylan


We loved the songs this week.

Not least, the surreal Jerry Lee track Lust Of The Blood!

And the classic trad shanty Go Down You Blood Red Roses by Paul Clayton.

Even the really insane novelty track Transfusion by Nervous Norvus! … Pop the fluid to me Louis!

Wife bruiser supreme, Ike Turner’s on the show again with a great number from 1957.

Some great blues and classic rock n’ roll also! Lots of great gospel this week!

All in all, a supremely enjoyable show!

Next week, more blood … well close enough, War!! Another very light trivial theme!


You haven’t heard anything until you’ve heard Jerry Lee Lewis sing Shakespeare

– Bob Dylan


Kind of makes you sad no-one ever recorded Muddy Waters version of “Death of a Salesman”

– Bob Dylan



I play murder ballads and I’m out killing anybody. It’s funny, no one ever calls up to complain when we play songs about drinking too much liquor.

– Bob Dylan

I’m with him on the healthy eating part!

– Bob Dylan


The watch words here on Theme Time Radio hour have always been “passion” and “heart”.

– Bob Dylan



Tracklisting

1. Intro
2. Flesh, Blood and Bones – Little Esther
3. Are You Washed In The Blood Of The Lamb? – Da Costa Woltz’s Southern Broadcasters
4. Cold Blooded Woman – Memphis Slim
5. Lust Of The Blood – Jerry Lee Lewis
6. She Made My Blood Run Cold – Ike Turner & The Kings of Rhythm
7. Transfusion – Nervous Norvus
8. Bloodstains On The Wall – Honeyboy
9. Go Down You Blood Red Roses – Paul Clayton
10. Blood On The Moon – Danny Barker
11. Bucket O Blood – Big Boy Groves And Band
12. Bloodshot – The String Kings
13. The Blood – Zion Travelers
14. I’ve Got Blood In My Eyes For You – Mississippi Sheiks
15. Outro

Next Week: There will be War!

Here she be Dylanite dogs !


The full show on one mp3;

http://www.sendspace.com/file/whnio5


Various individual show components recorded as individual mp3s;

http://rapidshare.com/files/163283678/3 … 1-2008.zip



Big thanks to blindwilly / charlespoet!




November 13, 2008 Posted by | BOB DYLAN THEME TIME RADIO HOUR, Music_ClassicRock, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC, _POETRY | Leave a comment

TTRH3.4 Bob Dylan TTRH Season 3 Ep 4 ‘Beginnings, Middles and Ends’

Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour

Season 3

Episode 4

Beginnings, Middles and Ends

Original Airdate November 5, 2008 (aka ‘the day the world changed’!)

Mp3 @ 256 kbps/ 116 MB/ RS + ES

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It’s Night-time in the big city! A woman goes through her husband’s pockets while he sleeps. Everyone’s either asleep or in the the Emergency Room.


Theme Time Radio Hour, your home for starting Dreams, Median Themes and Finishing Schemes

Can you play that record about Hugh Hefner, it was in “Reservoir Dogs” …… “stuck in the middle” ?

– “Frankie”






I never cared much for moonlit skies,
I never wink back at fireflies,
But now that the stars are in your eyes,
I’m beginning to see the light.

I never went in for afterglow,
Or candlelight on the mistletoe,
But now when you turn the lamp down low,
I’m beginning to see the light.

Used to ramble through the park,
Shadowboxing in the dark,
Then you came and caused a spark
That’s a four-alarm fire now.

I never made love by lantern-shine,
I never saw rainbows in my wine,
But now that your lips are burning mine,
I’m beginning to see the light.

By Johnny Hodges, Duke Ellington, Harry James & Don George – 1944


Having a great beginning is not enough.

– Bob Dylan



Did you know there was actually a guy called “Middle Walter”?

– Bob Dylan

I’ve been around the world in a plane
Settled revolutions in Spain
The North Pole I have charted
But can’t get started with you
And at the golf course I’m under par
Metro-Goldwyn wants me to star
I’ve got a house and a show place
But can’t get no place with you

You’re so supreme
The lyrics I write of you
Dream, dream, day and night of you
Scheme, just for the sight of you
Baby but what good does it do?

I’ve been consulted by Franklin D.
Even Gable had me to tea
But now I’m broken hearted
Can’t get started with you

You’re so supreme
The lyrics I write of you
Dream, dream, day and night of you
Scheme just for the sight of you
But what good does it do?

I’ve been consulted by Franklin D.
Even Basic had me to tea
But now I’m broken hearted
Can’t get started with you


– Ira Gershwin / Vernon Duke


Thanks for calling. We’ll look for your record! …. I’m not really going to look for his record.

– Bob Dylan



I feel for you, you little horror
Safe at your mother’s breast
No lucky break for you around the corner
‘Cause your father is a bully
And he thinks that you’re a pest
And your sister she’s no better than a whore.

Life seems so rosy in the cradle,
But I’ll be a friend I’ll tell you what’s in store
There’s nothing at the end of the rainbow.
There’s nothing to grow up for anymore

Tycoons and barrow boys will rob you
And throw you on the side
And all because they love themselves sincerely
And the man holds a bread knife
Up to you throat is four feet wide
And he’s anxious just to show you what it’s for.

Your mother works so hard to make you happy
But take a look outside the nursery door
There’s nothing at the end of the rainbow.
There’s nothing to grow up for anymore

And all the sad and empty faces
That pass you on the street
All running in their sleep, all in a dream
Every loving handshake
Is just another man to beat
How your heart aches just to cut him to the core

Life seems so rosy in the cradle,
But I’ll be a friend I’ll tell you what’s in store
There’s nothing at the end of the rainbow.
There’s nothing to grow up for anymore

– Richard Thompson

We’re getting a little too heavy here. Let’s get back to the music.

– Bob Dylan


I guess it was yes for lemon and no for milk.


– Bob Dylan

Dylan’s magnificent and seminal Theme Time Radio Hour series continues into Season 3 with this wonderful episode which explores the rather unusual theme of ‘Beginnings, Middles and Ends’ !


Some people can’t stop talking.

-Bob Dylan

Tex is giving me the finger! I hope that means we have a caller.

– Bob Dylan

A wonderful show with typically excellent music as well as great banter, snippets, quotations, poetry, witticisms and corny jokes! From Herman Melville openings to Winston Churchill semantics and beyond. From David Lynch to Clockwork Orange to The Möbius strip to Cole Porter to Kermit the Frog to finger snaps to threesomes with Hugh Hefner to Charlie Dickens to Jules Verne to freak-show “half and half” hermaphrodites to Richard Brautigan (and his very sad demise in 1984) to Indian armageddon to leprechauns to Robert Service … and beyond!

Typically eclectic and wonderful music! From classic song to R&B to jazz to country to blues to proto punk… and everything in between!


I read it because it was part of the Oprah book club.

– Bob Dylan

We loved all the songs this week (aside for the Manfred Mann, of course!)

The great Anita O’Day is on the playlist again with the classic Ira Gershwin number I Can’t Get Started! This being followed by a rather cryptic Gershwin joke which cracks up Bob and the producer!

Another classic from Peggy Lee and I’m Beginning To See The Light credited to Duke Ellington and 3 other guys! And yet another stone cold classic from piano pounding boogiemaster Amos Milburn!

Some seminal Sonny Boy blues, with Little Walter in tow, and more great blistering blues when Amigo Hombre gets on the tracklist again for the second time this season!! Bob seems to love that Buddy “joke”!

Through to proto punk Brit Nick Lowe who earns fulsome Bob praise for his “Half A Boy And Half A Man” to the great Brit modern folkie Richard Thompson and his 1974 classic, the masterful, and uber-cheery , The End Of The Rainbow!

Great stuff too from Ray Charles, the amazing Wanda Jackson and Skeeter Davis!

All in all, a supremely enjoyable show!

Next week, There will be Blood!!

Erm, should they not have done a show on Blood at Halloween?

The reason I like this track, it’s got the best recorded finger snaps I’ve ever heard.

– Bob Dylan



We’ve already started but sometimes you need to start all over again.

– Bob Dylan

David Lynch thought Pete was weird. Imagine that!

– Bob Dylan

Hey Frankie, you got a middle name?

– Bob Dylan


Tracklisting

1. Intro
2. I Can’t Get Started – Anita O’Day
3. Don’t Start Me To Talkin’ – Sonny Boy Williamson
4. Start All Over Again – J. Geils Band
5. I’m Beginning To See The Light – Peggy Lee
6. In The Middle Of The Night – Amos Milburn
7. One In The Middle – Manfred Mann
8. Smack Dab In The Middle – Ray Charles
9. In The Middle of A Heartache – Wanda Jackson
10. Half A Boy And Half A Man – Nick Lowe
11. At The End Of The Lane – Jimmie Revard and The Oklahoma Playboys
12. The End Of The World – Skeeter Davis
13. The End Of The Rainbow – Richard Thompson
14. This Is The End – Buddy Guy
15. Outro

Next Week: There will be Blood !

Here she be Dylanite dogs !


The full show on one mp3;

http://www.sendspace.com/file/b2kr85

Various individual show components recorded as individual mp3s;

http://rapidshare.com/files/160964728/3 … 1-2008.zip



Big thanks to blindwilly / charlespoet!




November 6, 2008 Posted by | BOB DYLAN THEME TIME RADIO HOUR, Music_ClassicRock, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC, _POETRY | Leave a comment

DJ Dylan Returns!


“All we can do is keep our eyes open and hope for the best. And sometimes music can help.”

While we’re jonesing, waiting for a new TTRH episode, after last week’s XFM repeat show, we can listen some unaired TTRH here, thanks to Rolling Stone, in this piece about the third series of the seminal show!

We can’t wait for that November 19th show, a 90-minute war-themed show! I guess, with Obama’s victory tomorrow, the Republican Irakkk war will be almost over by then!!



DJ Bob Dylan Returns to Airwaves

Rocker discusses war, money and carnivals on XM show’s third season

http://www.rollingstone.com

If you separated the front from the back of a dollar bill, only the front would be considered legal tender. Another fact: A million bucks in hundred-dollar bills weigh a tidy 20.4 pounds. Such are the things you might learn in the third season of Bob Dylan’s satellite-radio show, Theme Time Radio Hour, which premieres October 8th.

“We’ve had a lot of fun the last couple of years presenting the greats and near-greats, the fondly remembered and the almost forgotten, performing a wide variety of music on a veritable cornucopia of subjects,” Dylan patters, welcoming listeners back to his XM Radio set. Eclecticism continues to be the guiding principle: This season’s themes include war, sugar, carnivals and furniture. The topic of the first show, of course, is money. He spins records by Ray Charles (“Greenbacks”), Mel Blanc (“Money”), Lefty Frizzell (“My Baby’s Just Like Money”) and Puff Daddy (“It’s All About the Benjamins”). The Dylan of the 1980s was born-again; this Dylan is catholic.

• Hear selections from Dylan’s money-themed show here:

• Listen to part of Dylan’s war-themed show here:

Which is why programmer Lee Abrams first recruited him to XM. “I’d heard that Bob is into the romantic aspects of radio, the way it was in the Fifties,” says Abrams, who left XM earlier this year. In Chronicles, Volume One, Dylan describes himself “always fishing for something on the radio,” thrilling to Judy Garland and Roy Orbison. (Dylan’s hero Woody Guthrie once helped host a radio show. The theme of his first program? Same as Dylan’s: weather.) “This is in his musical DNA,” says Abrams.

On November 19th, Dylan will debut a 90-minute war-themed show that will give him plenty to chew on — Dylan, assisted by his researchers, holds forth on the Spanish-American War, the death of Attila the Hun and technological advances brought on by the Civil War.

The FCC-approved merger of XM and Sirius was finally completed in July, and shares of Sirius XM have plunged 65 percent. But Sirius XM president Scott Greenstein says Dylan’s show is in no danger. As Dylan himself says, “All we can do is keep our eyes open and hope for the best. And sometimes music can help.”

[From Issue 1063 — October 16, 2008]

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November 3, 2008 Posted by | BOB DYLAN THEME TIME RADIO HOUR, Music_ClassicRock, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

TTRH3.3x Bob Dylan TTRH Season 2/3 ‘PRESIDENT’S DAY’

Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour

Season 3

Encore Presentation (boo!!)

President’s Day

Airdate Series 3 – October 29, 2008 / Series 2 – 14 February 2008.

Mp3 @ 192 kbps/ 180 MB/ RS

Like last season, XFM are annoyingly back to their old tricks. This week’s show is on President’s Day and is an “Encore Presentation”, XFM double-speak for Repeat! This is particularly annoying since, in a few days, I’m not sure but I think there’s some sort of election somewhere!!

Loadsa reasons to knock out a new show on Presidents or Politics! Or retarded Alaskan Governors! Grrrr!!

It’s night time in the big city. The Server’s Down. The parakeet is restless. This is Theme time Radio Hour.

Theme Time Radio Hour – Your home for Presidential Dreams, White House Themes and simian Bush Schemes


Mc Kinley took a shot at the White House in 1896. I don’t mean he shot at the White House. He took a shot at it.

Look here, Mr. Hoover, it’s see what you done;
You went off a-fishin’, let the country go to ruin.
Now he’s gone, I’m glad he’s gone.

Roosevelt’s in the White House, doin’ his best,
While old Hoover is layin’ ’round and takin’ his rest.
Now he’s gone, I’m glad he’s gone.

Pants all busted, patches all way down,
People got so ragged they couldn’t go to town.
Now he’s gone, I’m glad he’s gone.

Workin’ in the coal mines, twenty cents a ton,
Fourteen long hours and your work day is done.
Now he’s gone, I’m glad he’s gone.

People all angry, they all got the blues,
Wearing patched britches and old tennis shoes.
Now he’s gone, I’m glad he’s gone.

Got up this morning, all I could see
Was corn bread and gravy just a-waitin’ for me.
And now he’s gone, I’m glad he’s gone.

Look here, Mr. Hoover, it’s see what you done;
You went off a-fishin’, let the country go to ruin.
Now he’s gone, I’m glad he’s gone.

Here they are, They Might Be Giants, or as we call them here, The Hustlers.



There must be lights burning brighter somewhere
Got to be birds flying higher in a sky more blue
If I can dream of a better land
Where all my brothers walk hand in hand

Tell me why, oh why, oh why cant my dream come true

There must be peace and understanding sometime

Strong winds of promise that will blow away
All the doubt and fear
If I can dream of a warmer sun
Where hope keeps shining on everyone

Tell me why, oh why, oh why wont that sun appear

We’re lost in a cloud
With too much rain
We’re trapped in a world
Thats troubled with pain
But as long as a man
Has the strength to dream
He can redeem his soul and fly

Deep in my heart theres a trembling question

Still I am sure that the answer gonna come somehow

Out there in the dark, there’s a beckoning candle
And while I can think, while I can talk

While I can stand, while I can walk

While I can dream, please let my dream
Come true, right now

Let it come true right now
Oh yeah


Imagine if American Idol was on the radio instead of on television, we’d have a very different set of winners.

Dylan’s magnificent and seminal Theme Time Radio Hour series continues with this episode which explores the mad world of US Presidents. Where else could a simian Bush, an insane Reagan, a lunatic Nixon, a playboy Kennedy get elected?! Well, maybe France!

There’s also a number of great tracks on earlier themes which could not be played on their respective shows.

After last week’s cracker, this one carries on the same vein! Allah be praised!

I know Al Gore tried to grow a beard, but that was after he was elected President. But it was taken away from him. I don’t mean the beard.

Yap, it’s another week. It’s another wonderful hour of Dylan!

Topics espoused upon by Dylan are very varied – President’s Day Clearance Sales, Robert Todd Lincoln’s Jonah effect on Presidents! (he only missed the Kennedy assassination!), Washington’s ambiguous birthday. Jack White and George’s honour, a meticulously researched pop song by TMBG, the wearing of beards by Presidents, and loads of other shit!

And, of course, there are so many varied and wonderful songs and musical pieces across the show. And widely eclectic styles too.
Bob’s in top form with the witticisms and the bad jokes! Some classics this week!

What I like about Alvin Barkley is that he was 71 years old when he married his 36 year old girlfriend. I understand they gave birth to a son named Charles. I don’t know if it’s the basketball player.


I hear Dick Cheney’s working on a folk rock record!

Even in their heyday, it seems only Republicans wore beards.


Some say he succumbed to death by doctors.


I always enjoy playing a fellow disc jockey!

I can’t think of Nixon in the same breath as Washington and Lincoln.



Tracklisting

Opening
White House Blues – Charlie Poole
Jack on George
Hello Sundown – Johnnie Taylor
Hello Little Boy – Ruth Brown
James K. Polk – They Might Be Giants
Polk Salad Annie – Tony Joe White
“McKinley and Garfield”
Charles Guiteau – Kelly Harrell
I Don’t Want To Be President – Percy Mayfield
“Presidential Requirements”
I Feel That Old Age Coming On – Wynonie Harris
“Give a Buck”
Lincoln And Liberty Too – Pete Seeger
“Robert Todd Lincoln”
Living In The White House – JB Lenoir
“The White House”
“Nixon/Kennedy Debate”
Don’t Smoke In Bed – Nina Simone
Phone Call
Roosevelt’s In Trinidad – Atilla
Why I Like Roosevelt – The Soul Stirrers
“Malady in A Minor”
It’s All In The Game – Tommy Edwards
“Alvin Barkley”
Walkin’ – Joe Liggins & The Honeydrippers
When You Walk In The Room – Jackie DeShannon
Richard Lewis on Presidents
High Hopes – Frank Sinatra
Sinatra & Kennedy
Mr. Moon – Clover
E-Mail
Superbird – Country Joe & The Fish
When Cleveland is Going Out (Snippet)
Funky President – James Brown
“Presidential Scandals”
John C. Reilly Promo
“Suicide Record”
Gloomy Sunday – Billie Holiday
“I Like Ike”
That Was The President – Phil Ochs
(Gotta Go) Upside Your Head – Buddy & Ella Johnson
Dead Presidents – Little walter
“LBJ”
Impeach The President – Roy C. & The Honeydrippers
“Impeachment”
Politics – Hank Penny
“Song Sharking”
Penn Jillette: Poem Song Collector
Richard Nixon – Rod & The MSR Singers
Jimmy Carter Says Yes – Jimmy Marshall
Mr. President Have Pity On The Working Man – Randy Newman
If I Can Dream – Elvis Presley
Closing/End Credits

Here she be Dylanite dogs – in two different forms!

Various individual show components recorded as individual mp3s;


part2:

Big thanks to blindwilly / charlespoet!

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October 30, 2008 Posted by | BOB DYLAN THEME TIME RADIO HOUR, Music_ClassicRock, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Bob Dylan on The Mystery of Creativity

A beautiful piece – one of many – from the second series of TTRH where Bob Dylan speaks about the concept of creativity; in this case, with respect to the writing of the sublime “Stardust” by Hoagy Carmichael.

A part of David McDonald’s fascinating series, The Mystery of Creativity.

From: TheWoodstockChannel

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October 30, 2008 Posted by | BOB DYLAN THEME TIME RADIO HOUR, David Mc Donald, _ART, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC, _OTHER, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

TTRH3.2 Bob Dylan TTRH Season 3 Ep 3 ‘NIGHT’

Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour

Season 3

Episode 3

Night

Original Airdate October 22, 2008

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It’s Night-time in the big city!!


Theme Time Radio Hour, your home for Dark Dreams, Twilight Themes and Starry Schemes

“Shoe Box, Shoe Box, Shoe Box, Shoe Box”!!




Take the ribbon from your hair,
shake it loose and let it fall,
Laying soft upon my skin,
like the shadows on the wall.

Come and lay down by my side
till the early morning light
All I’m taking is your time
help me make it through the night.
I don’t care whats right or wrong,
I don’t try to understand.
Let the devil take tomorrow,
Lord, tonight I need a friend.

Yesterday is dead and gone
and tomorrow’s out of sight.
And its sad to be alone.
Help me make it through the night.

I don’t care whats right or wrong,
I don’t try to understand.
Let the devil take tomorrow
Lord, tonight I need a friend.

Yesterday is dead and gone
and tomorrow’s out of sight.
Lord, its bad to be alone.
Help me make it through the night.

– Kris Kristofferson


I could be Batman. And you know I try.

-Bob Dylan



One man that was totally unlike Achilles, and by that I mean he definitely had no problems with his feet, was Fred Astaire!


– Bob Dylan


Some day, when I’m awfully low,
When the world is cold,
I will feel a glow just thinking of you…
And the way you look tonight.

Yes you’re lovely, with your smile so warm
And your cheeks so soft,
There is nothing for me but to love you,
And the way you look tonight.

With each word your tenderness grows,
Tearing my fear apart…
And that laugh that wrinkles your nose,
It touches my foolish heart.

Lovely … Never, ever change.
Keep that breathless charm.
Won’t you please arrange it ?
‘Cause I love you … Just the way you look tonight.

Mm, Mm, Mm, Mm,
Just the way you look to-night.

– Lyrics by Dorothy Fields / Music by Jerome Kern

Fred Astaire – The Way You Look Tonight

The original performance of this classic song from 1936 where Fred is singing to the lovely Ginger Rogers.

No, don’t worry, nothing whatsoever to do with that abysmally vile dumb Chris De Burgh ditty “Lady in Red”!!


Here’s a guy I know from New Orelans. I call him Mac.


– Bob Dylan

Dylan’s magnificent and seminal Theme Time Radio Hour series continues into Season 3 with this episode which explores the great theme of Night!

We’re really surprised this theme has not been hit before!


I always believe one’s juju is self-contained …. Me, I keep my juju in a jar, so no matter where I go, I can always come back to it.

-Bob Dylan

A wonderful show with typically excellent music as well as great banter, snippets, quotations, poetry, witticisms and corny jokes! From Van Gogh to Film Noir to Dylan Thomas to Cornell Woolrich to Walt Whitman to babies on trees! Talk about what happened 9 months after the great blackout! Plus a joke about crap rockers Yes!

We loved all the songs this week – even the Kristofferson, although a tad obvious choice. Typically eclectic! From jazz to country to blues to classic song to rockabilly … and everything in between!

There’s another top Drifters cut again this week! Very nice!

The classic Astaire rendition of the Fields / Kern masterpiece The Way You Look Tonight was also a lovely surprise.

We really loved the “Shoe Box” song!! The great “In The Night” by Chick Carbo. We’ve been singing “Shoe Box, Shoe Box, Shoe Box, Shoe Box” all day!!

A great discovery was the beautiful lo-fi of Forever Night Shade Mary by Latin Playboys – a side project of Mitchell Froom and friends. We’re gonna be checking this lot out for sure!

However, like last season, XFM are annoyingly back to their old tricks. Next week’s show is on President’s Day and is an “Encore Presentation”, XFM double-speak for Repeat! This is particularly annoying since, in two weeks, I think there’s some sort of election somewhere!! Loadsa reasons to knock out a new show on President’s Day! Grrrr!!


We’re going to be sending a free hat out to you any minute.

-Bob Dylan

I gotta give all props to the red-headed stranger.

-Bob Dylan


Tracklisting

1. Intro
2. All Night Long – Joe Houston
3. Such A Night – Dr. John
4. Another Night With The Boys – The Drifters
5. When The Sun Goes Down – LeRoy Carr
6. The Way You Look Tonight – Fred Astaire
7. Nite Life – Willie Nelson
8. In The Night – Chick Carbo
9. Midnight Shift – Buddy Holly
10. Why Don’t You Eat Where You Slept Last Night – Zuzu Bollin
11. Night Time – The Strangeloves
12. In The Night – Professor Longhair
13. Forever Night Shade Mary – Latin Playboys
14. Black Night – Charles Brown
15. Help Me Make It Through The Night – Kris Kristofferson
16. Outro

Next Week: President’s Day [Encore Presentation]

Here she be Dylanite dogs !


The full show on one mp3;

http://www.sendspace.com/file/wwaju7

Various individual show components recorded as individual mp3s;

http://rapidshare.com/files/156566444/3 … 0-2008.zip

Artwork included in this version (the Polaroid in inside cover is the George Bellows painting “Summer Night”) … Enjoy!



Big thanks to blindwilly / charlespoet!




October 23, 2008 Posted by | BOB DYLAN THEME TIME RADIO HOUR, Fred Astaire, Music_ClassicRock, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | 2 Comments

TTRH3.3 Bob Dylan TTRH Season 3 Ep 3 ‘NIGHT’

Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour

Season 3

Episode 3

Night

Original Airdate October 22, 2008

Mp3 @ 256 kbps/ 116 MB/ RS + ES

Absolute Sound Recorder > Sound Forge 6.0 > FLAC Frontend

It’s Night-time in the big city!!


Theme Time Radio Hour, your home for Dark Dreams, Twilight Themes and Starry Schemes

“Shoe Box, Shoe Box, Shoe Box, Shoe Box”!!




Take the ribbon from your hair,
shake it loose and let it fall,
Laying soft upon my skin,
like the shadows on the wall.

Come and lay down by my side
till the early morning light
All I’m taking is your time
help me make it through the night.
I don’t care whats right or wrong,
I don’t try to understand.
Let the devil take tomorrow,
Lord, tonight I need a friend.

Yesterday is dead and gone
and tomorrow’s out of sight.
And its sad to be alone.
Help me make it through the night.

I don’t care whats right or wrong,
I don’t try to understand.
Let the devil take tomorrow
Lord, tonight I need a friend.

Yesterday is dead and gone
and tomorrow’s out of sight.
Lord, its bad to be alone.
Help me make it through the night.

– Kris Kristofferson


I could be Batman. And you know I try.

-Bob Dylan



One man that was totally unlike Achilles, and by that I mean he definitely had no problems with his feet, was Fred Astaire!


– Bob Dylan


Some day, when I’m awfully low,
When the world is cold,
I will feel a glow just thinking of you…
And the way you look tonight.

Yes you’re lovely, with your smile so warm
And your cheeks so soft,
There is nothing for me but to love you,
And the way you look tonight.

With each word your tenderness grows,
Tearing my fear apart…
And that laugh that wrinkles your nose,
It touches my foolish heart.

Lovely … Never, ever change.
Keep that breathless charm.
Won’t you please arrange it ?
‘Cause I love you … Just the way you look tonight.

Mm, Mm, Mm, Mm,
Just the way you look to-night.

– Lyrics by Dorothy Fields / Music by Jerome Kern

Fred Astaire – The Way You Look Tonight

The original performance of this classic song from 1936 where Fred is singing to the lovely Ginger Rogers.

No, don’t worry, nothing whatsoever to do with that abysmally vile dumb Chris De Burgh ditty “Lady in Red”!!


Here’s a guy I know from New Orelans. I call him Mac.


– Bob Dylan

Dylan’s magnificent and seminal Theme Time Radio Hour series continues into Season 3 with this episode which explores the great theme of Night!

We’re really surprised this theme has not been hit before!


I always believe one’s juju is self-contained …. Me, I keep my juju in a jar, so no matter where I go, I can always come back to it.

-Bob Dylan

A wonderful show with typically excellent music as well as great banter, snippets, quotations, poetry, witticisms and corny jokes! From Van Gogh to Film Noir to Dylan Thomas to Cornell Woolrich to Walt Whitman to babies on trees! Talk about what happened 9 months after the great blackout! Plus a joke about crap rockers Yes!

We loved all the songs this week – even the Kristofferson, although a tad obvious choice. Typically eclectic! From jazz to country to blues to classic song to rockabilly … and everything in between!

There’s another top Drifters cut again this week! Very nice!

The classic Astaire rendition of the Fields / Kern masterpiece The Way You Look Tonight was also a lovely surprise.

We really loved the “Shoe Box” song!! The great “In The Night” by Chick Carbo. We’ve been singing “Shoe Box, Shoe Box, Shoe Box, Shoe Box” all day!!

A great discovery was the beautiful lo-fi of Forever Night Shade Mary by Latin Playboys – a side project of Mitchell Froom and friends. We’re gonna be checking this lot out for sure!

However, like last season, XFM are annoyingly back to their old tricks. Next week’s show is on President’s Day and is an “Encore Presentation”, XFM double-speak for Repeat! This is particularly annoying since, in two weeks, I think there’s some sort of election somewhere!! Loadsa reasons to knock out a new show on President’s Day! Grrrr!!


We’re going to be sending a free hat out to you any minute.

-Bob Dylan

I gotta give all props to the red-headed stranger.

-Bob Dylan


Tracklisting

1. Intro
2. All Night Long – Joe Houston
3. Such A Night – Dr. John
4. Another Night With The Boys – The Drifters
5. When The Sun Goes Down – LeRoy Carr
6. The Way You Look Tonight – Fred Astaire
7. Nite Life – Willie Nelson
8. In The Night – Chick Carbo
9. Midnight Shift – Buddy Holly
10. Why Don’t You Eat Where You Slept Last Night – Zuzu Bollin
11. Night Time – The Strangeloves
12. In The Night – Professor Longhair
13. Forever Night Shade Mary – Latin Playboys
14. Black Night – Charles Brown
15. Help Me Make It Through The Night – Kris Kristofferson
16. Outro

Next Week: President’s Day [Encore Presentation]

Here she be Dylanite dogs !


The full show on one mp3;

http://www.sendspace.com/file/wwaju7

Various individual show components recorded as individual mp3s;

http://rapidshare.com/files/156566444/3 … 0-2008.zip

Artwork included in this version (the Polaroid in inside cover is the George Bellows painting “Summer Night”) … Enjoy!



Big thanks to blindwilly / charlespoet!




October 23, 2008 Posted by | BOB DYLAN THEME TIME RADIO HOUR, Fred Astaire, Music_ClassicRock, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

TTRH3.2 Bob Dylan TTRH Season 3 Ep 2 ‘MONEY II’

Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour

Season 3

Episode 2

Money (part II)

Original Airdate October 15, 2008

Mp3 @ 256 kbps/ 126 MB/ RS + ES

Absolute Sound Recorder > Sound Forge 6.0 > FLAC Frontend

The Buck Stops Here!!


Theme Time Radio Hour, your home for Dosh Dreams, Tenner Themes and Spondulicks Schemes

I was cleaned and skinned and so hard-pressed
I called the woman that I love the best
I finally reached my baby ’bout a half past three
She said, “I’d like to know what you want with me.”
I said, “Money, honey!
Money, honey!
Money, honey,
If you wanna get along with me.”

-Drifters


And it’s there he buried his booty! Sounds like a rap song.


– Bob Dylan



Payday’s coming and we wash it away
Clean money, clean money
Payday’s coming and we wash it away
Clean money, clean money
That’s what I want to do
I want to spend it on you

Checking on a checkmate
Classing out a classmate
So beautiful and fortunate
He hates to love, you love to hate
He can fix you for good
‘Cause he is the neighborhood
You can’t get money for blood
Blood money for doin’ no good
But they won’t take my love for tender

Payday’s coming and we wash it away
Clean money, clean money
Payday’s coming and we wash it away
Clean money, clean money
That’s what I want to do
I want to spend it on you

Have you made your selection ?
Are you ready for correction ?
‘Cause the wages of sin
Are an expensive infection
And it’s under the counter
Under the Geiger counter
Who stole your thunder ?
But they won’t take my love for tender

– Elvis Costello


My first girlfriend was named Pixie Stick. I wonder what happened to old Pixie!


– Bob Dylan

Dylan’s magnificent and seminal Theme Time Radio Hour series continues into Season 3 with this episode which, like last week, explores the greedy theme of moolah!

Bob, you’re so money and you don’t even know it!

A great show with typically excellent music and banter (Beatles CAN buy me love (“I know you’re Mr Sixties” etc!), booty buriers, etc), snippets (Fargo et al) and guests (Penn Gillette et al)!

We loved the songs this week. So wonderfully eclectic! From Charlie Parker to the Jamaican mento music of Eric “Monty” Morris to the wonderful proto power-pop of the Everlys to the punk-pop of Costello (back when he was good!) … and everything in between!

A lovely tribute to the great Clyde McPhatter too!

Man, that show was so fucking money!

Baby, that was money! Tell me that wasn’t money!

Hey Bob, that fucking cheque bounced! So Fatfuckfreddy is still in Pinoy stir and he’s getting pretty fucking angry! He’s not gonna buy the Telltale Signs Box-Set now!

Next week, Bob will go gentle into that good Night!!


Seems like every time we play the Drifters, there’s another guy singing lead.

-Bob Dylan


Tracklisting

1. Intro
2. Gimme My Dime Back, Gimme My Money – Moon Mullican & His Blue Ridge Playboys
3. I’ve Got Money – James Brown
4. Penny Reel – Eric “Monty” Morris
5. Money Honey – Clyde McPhatter & The Drifters
6. Lookin’ For Money – Johnny Dove & His Magnolia Playboys
7. I Need Money (Keep Your Alibis) – Slim Harpo
8. Man With Money – Everly Brothers
9. Clean Money – Elvis Costello & The Attractions
10. Last Two Dollars – Johnnie Taylor
11. Down To My Last Dime – Donny Young (Johnny Paycheck)
12. Romance Without Finance – Tiny Grimes (w/ Charlie Parker)
13. For The Love Of Money – The O’Jays
14. You Can’t Take It With You – Johnny “Guitar” Watson
15. Outro

Bonus tracks! (tx to charlespoet)

A Taste Of Honey – The Hollies
Money – The Beatles

Here she be Dylanite dogs !


The full show on one mp3;

http://www.sendspace.com/file/ull2vh

Various individual show components recorded as individual mp3s;

http://rapidshare.com/files/154329954/3 … 0-2008.zip



Big thanks to blindwilly / charlespoet!




October 16, 2008 Posted by | BOB DYLAN THEME TIME RADIO HOUR, Music_ClassicRock, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

TTRH3.1 Bob Dylan TTRH Season 3 Ep 1 ‘MONEY’

Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour

Season 3

Episode 1

Money (part 1)

Original Airdate October 8, 2008

Mp3 256 kbps/ 112 MB/ RS
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The Buck Stops Here!

Theme Time Radio Hour, your home for Dollar Dreams, Thai-Baht Themes and Sterling Schemes

Cos I found out honey
you’re just like money
the root of all evil
Money goes from hand to hand
and my baby goes from man to man

– Lefty Frizzell




Photographer smile
Take a break for a while
Take a rest, do your very best
Take five, honey
Five, honey

Search in your bag
Light up a fag
Think it’s a drag, but you’re so glad
To be alive, honey
Alive, honey

Say, when this is all over
You’ll be in clover
We’ll go out and spend
All a your (blue money)
Blue money (blue money)

Well the cameraman smiles
Take a break for a while
Do your best, your very best
Take five, honey
Take five

Well, you search in your bag
Light up a fag
Think it’s a drag, but you’re so glad
To be alive, honey
Alive, honey

Say, when this is all over
You’ll be in clover
We’ll go out and spend
All a your (blue money)
Blue money (blue money)

Alright

Get it!

Say, when this is all over
We’ll be in clover
We’ll go out and spend all your

(Breau money) breau money

Blue money (blue money)

Ooh
Juice money, loose money

Juice money, loose money, honey

(do-do-do, do-do-do-do)
What kind a money, honey?

(do-do-do, do-do-do-do)
Juice money, loose money

(do-do-do, do-do-do-do)
Blue money

(do-do-do, do-do-do-do)
Juice money

(do-do-do, do-do-do-do)
Loose money

Blue money

Hey! alright

Juice money

Ow!

Long as you wanna be.

– Van daMan

If your baby goes from hand to hand, perhaps she suffers from nymphomania.


– Bob Dylan

Yes, it’s back! It’s fucking BACK!

Dylan’s magnificent and seminal Theme Time Radio Hour series continues into Season 3 with this episode which explores the greedy theme of moolah!

Bob, you’re so money and you don’t even know it!

A great show with typically excellent music and banter (nymphomania etc) and snippets (the wonderful Chinatown! et al)!

Man, that track Farewell To The Gold sung by Nic Jones was amazing!

At the other extreme, what the fuck is Puff Daddy doing here?

Hey, by the way, Bob, can you spare us a few bucks? We need to take a trip to Manila for the winter season! Oh, and also to bail Fatfuckfreddy out of Pinoy stir! Oh, and also to buy the Telltale Signs box-set, which costs about 900 bucks!

That show was so fucking money! That was like the Jedi mind-shit! Baby, that was money! Tell me that wasn’t money.

More moolah next week!!

Tracklisting


# That’s What They Want – Jerry McCain & His Upstarts

# Pennies From Heaven – Louis Prima

# You Put It In, I Take It Out – Papa Charlie Jackson

# Blue Money – Van Morrison

# Greenbacks – Ray Charles

# Money – Mel Blanc

# It’s The Gold – Buddy & Ella Johnson

# Farewell To The Gold – Nic Jones

# My Baby’s Just Like Money – Lefty Frizzell

# 100 Dollar Bill – Buddy Guy

# It’s All About The Benjamins – Diddy

# Your Cash Ain’t Nothin’ But Trash – The Clovers

# You Can’t Take It With You – Jesse Price

Here she be Dylanite dogs !


The full show on one mp3;

3.01_TTR_Money_part1_8-10-2008.mp3

Various individual show components recorded as individual mp3s;

http://www.sendspace.com/file/eb5mra



Big thanks to blindwilly / charlespoet!



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October 14, 2008 Posted by | BOB DYLAN THEME TIME RADIO HOUR, Music_ClassicRock, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

INDEX: Bob Dylan’s TTRH Season 3 (Oct 08-May 09)


Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour
Season III
Oct 08-May 09

Theme Time Radio Hour, your home for Dreams, Themes and Schemes


INDEX OF SEASON III EPISODES

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TTRH2.28 Bob Dylan TTRH Season 2 – Episode 26-28

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Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour
Season 2 – Episode 26-28

Episode 26

Joe

Episode 27

Heat


Episode 28

Cold

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We’ve been catching up on the recent Bob shows – the last of Season 2 (man, that season sure went fast!) – and here they be.

The final three!

Bring on Season III !

Tracklistings

Joe

* Ragtime Cowboy Joe – Foy Welling & The Riders of the Purple Sage – (1946)

* Hold ‘Em Joe – Andre Toussaint – (194?)

* Cotton-Eyed Joe – Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys – (1946)

* No, No Joe – Hank Williams Sr – (1950)

* Joe Louis Is a Fightin’ Man – The Dixieaires – (1947)

* Joe Hill – Joan Baez – (1970)

* Diamond Joe – The Georgia Crackers – (1927)

* Ride On Josephine – Bo Diddley – (1961)

* Subway Joe – Joe Bataan – (1968)

* Old Black Joe – Jerry Lee Lewis – (1960)

* Where’s Joe? – Blu Lu Parker – (1946-49)

* Diamond Joe – Cisco Houston – (1952)

* I’m Tired Joey Boy – Van Morrison – (1989)


Heat

# There’ll Be A Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight – Bessie Smith – (1927)

# Jump Into The Fire – Harry Nilsson – (1971)

# Go Ahead And Burn – Bobby Moore & The Rhythm Aces – (1966)

# There’s A Fire – The Gaylads – (1969)

# Play With Fire – The Rolling Stones – (1965)

# Soul On Fire – LaVern Baker – (1953)

# Hot And Cold – Marvin Rainwater – (1956)

# Let’s Have Some Heat – Pigmeat Markham – (1968)

# Red Hot – Billy Lee Riley – (1957)

# Baby It’s Hot – The Olympics – (1962)

# Burn The Honky Tonk Down – George Jones – (1986)

# Hot Pants – James Brown – (1971)

# Great Balls Of Fire – Jerry Lee Lewis – (1957)

# Hot Little Mama – Johnny ‘Guitar’ Watson – (1955)

# Fuego d’Amor – Johnny Cash – (1963)


Cold

* Cold Cold Feeling – T-Bone Walker – (1952)

* The Cold Hard Facts Of Life – Porter Wagoner – (1967)

* Baby, It’s Cold Outside – Ray Charles & Betty Carter – (1961)

* Cold Turkey – John Lennon – (1969)

* Winter Time Blues – Lightnin’ Slim – (1962)

* When The Tingle Becomes A Chill – Loretta Lynn – (1976)

* The Chill Is On – Big Joe Turner – (1951)

* Chilly Winds (Lonesome Road Blues) – Doc Watson & Clarence Ashley- (1961)

* Warm To Cool To Cold – Willie Walker – (1968)

* Defrost Your Heart – Charlie Feathers – (1956)

* Stone Cold Man – The Charmer – (1953)

* So Cold, So Dead, So Soon – Roy Hogsed – (1947)

* I Can Feel The Ice Melting – The Parliaments – (1967)

* Cold Cold Ground – Tom Waits – (1987)


Here she be Dylanite dogs !

Joe

Joint Version:
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Heat

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Cold

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May 10, 2008 Posted by | BOB DYLAN THEME TIME RADIO HOUR, Music_ClassicRock, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour – Reviewed

Theme Time Radio Hour
Bernard Zuel, reviewer March 28, 2008

A 50-track compilation rich with good stuff from Bob Dylan’s freewheelin’ radio show.

http://www.smh.com.au/news/cd-reviews

Bob Dylan

Much as newspapers are asking themselves how will we survive, radio has been doing the same. Not that you would really see much evidence of it if you listen to what passes for music broadcasting.

Narrowcasting is the more appropriate term, of course, given the attitude that fewer and fewer options should be given to listeners for fear they may, shock-horror, be surprised. The thinking is that if you’re under 20 you like a narrow range of music and don’t want any history (the Triple J approach); if you are over 20, you don’t want to think (the Nova, 96.9, half of 2Day approach); if you’re a man, you want beer-drinking songs (the Triple M approach); if you’re a woman, you want love songs (the Mix and half of 2Day approach); and if you are over 30, well, then you stopped wanting new music a decade ago and now only want history (pretty much every radio station, actually). And never the twain.

Perhaps satellite and internet radio will be the answer with their vast number of stations. Who can say, except that for a while at least it may give adventurous broadcasters the chance to take risks such as assuming that we are a) intelligent and b) interested enough in music to want to hear old, new and in between. To understand that if you like the White Stripes you may also be happy to hear Leadbelly, that if you like Sandy Denny you may also be happy to hear Kate Fagan, that if you like Hot Hot Heat you may be happy to hear the Jam (and maybe even Jelly Roll Morton).

Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour show broadcast on subscriber-only radio in the US worked just this seam, gleefully digging into the vaults of country, blues and old-time music alongside newer material, as well as finding the silly, the sarcastic and the purely pleasurable from wherever and whenever. Each program would find a way to surprise you.

This double-disc, 50-track compilation is Warren Buffett-like rich with good stuff and it doesn’t matter that you may not know most of them – in fact, maybe it’s best that you don’t – because the first thrill is in the discovery. The second thrill may well be in the further exploration, beginning with the heavily detailed and occasionally very amusing liner notes and ending at an online music store.

That being said, this collection is by no means a patch on what you get from Dylan’s show because first of all Dylan’s wry, gruffly delivered, lovingly tended intros and outros are missing. Secondly, one of the attractions of the show was the thematic groupings, which is not available in a compilation that draws freely from the first year of broadcasts.

But if you still like the idea of discovering old and new music and aren’t afraid of surprises, this nugget is a better place to visit than any radio station.

March 29, 2008 Posted by | BOB DYLAN THEME TIME RADIO HOUR, Music_ClassicRock, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

TTRH2.24 Bob Dylan TTRH Season 2 Ep 24 / 25 ‘Birds’ & "More Birds"

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Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour
Season 2 – Episode 24 & 25

Birds / more Birds

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Theme Time Radio Hour – Your home for avian themes, flighty schemes and birdy dreams.

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I would like to tell you about our good friends, the birds.

– Alfred Hitchcock

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Look up in the sky. It’s a bird. Most likely it’s a bird.

-Bob Dylan

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Like a beast with his horn

I have torn everyone who reached out for me.

But I swear by this song

And by all that I have done wrong

I will make it all up to thee.

I saw a beggar leaning on his wooden crutch,

He said to me, you must not ask for so much.

And a pretty woman leaning in her darkened door,

She cried to me, hey, why not ask for more?

Oh like a bird on the wire,

Like a drunk in a midnight choir

I have tried in my way to be free.

– Leonard Cohen

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We’re going to play our favourite songs from the aviary.

Bob Dylan


hosted by myimg.infoI have always been great friends with birds. Especially Tweety Pie, Woody, Daffy, Roady and Biggy! I see em and talk to em every day. That’s why I’ve got a new room now with lovely soft white stuff on the walls! I fucking love it in here!

– Bob Dylan


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Now I’m walking through fields of flowers,

Rain may glisten, but I still listen for hours and hours.

I’m just a kid again, doing what I did again, singing a song,

When the red, red robin comes bob, bob bobbin’ along.


-Harry Woods

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– Bob Dylan


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looks like you have three beaks crow

the moon’s so full

white hat on a pumpkin

you know there’s something

the moon was a stone’s throw

stop the show

I need to say hello

to the crow

light the fire piano

the moon showed up

and it started to show

tonight there’d be ice cream

ice cream for crow.


-Captain Beefheart

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It pays to keep pigeons.

– Bob Dylan

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hosted by myimg.infoDylan’s magnificent and seminal Theme Time Radio Hour series continues with this episode which explores the wonderful world of Birds.

No, it’s not some tribute to Hitch whereby Dylan’s studio gets swarmed upon by insane flighty creatures with a hunger for human eyes. Well not really anyways! Hitch opens the show. But that’s it.

Of course, in the British Isles, “Bird” also has another meaning. I got my own booby bird Belinda! She’s sexy as hell but sometimes leaves a lot of feathers in the shower!

After last week’s cracker, this one carries on the same vein! More so even! Allah be praised!

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She had two hens and a rooster

Her rooster died, the old lady cried

My hens don’t lay like they used to!

Ain’t that a shame!

Ain’t that a shame!

Ain’t that a shame

She lost a helping hand

-Fats Domino

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She can’t tell you why.

Deep within her heart, you see,

She knows only crying.

Just crying.

There she sits, a lofty perch.

Strangest color blue.

Flying is forgotten now.

Thinks only of you.

Just you.

-Buffalo Springfield

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There are of course great songs by Fats Domino, Mississippi John Hurt, Clarence Ashley, Leonard Cohen (aka God!), Captain Beefheart, Roy Acuff and of course Daffy Duck!! There’s the wonderful Mississippi John Hurt

And next week, more of it! I can’t wait!

It’s one of the funniest shows yet also. And Bob is flying (excuse the pun (Maybe he is literally flying though. How the fuck could I know!)) with the witticisms and bad jokes this week! Love it!

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Next week it’s “Birds”. Yap, Bob has gone crazy on this theme and will do each remaining show on this one theme! Well, one more anyways!

So til next week, I’m off to the Emergency Room Gogo Bar to ogle at this lovely booby bird Belinda!

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Tracklisting

Birds

Intro
The Rooster Song – Fats Domino
Cooing To The Wrong Pigeon – Merrill Moore
Bluebird – Buffalo Springfield
Chicken – Mississippi John Hurt
The Coo-Coo Bird – Clarence Ashley
Bird On The Wire – Leonard Cohen
Red, Red Robin – Al Jolson
Buzzard Pie – Rudy Green & His Orchestra
Daffy Duck’s Rhapsody – Mel Blanc
Ice Cream For Crow – Captain Beefheart
Great Speckled Bird – Roy Acuff & His Crazy Tennesseans
Night Owl – Tony Allen & The Champs
Wings of a Dove – Blues Busters
Shake A Tail Feather – The Five Du-Tones
Outro


More Birds

# The Red Rooster – Howlin’ Wolf – (1971)
# Little Wing – The Jimi Hendrix Experience – (1967)
# Bye Bye Blackbird – Miles Davis – (1957)
# Bye Bye Blackbird – Charlie & His Orchestra – (1942)
# Skylark – Anita O’Day – (1941)
# Little Bluebird – Johnnie Taylor – (1966)
# Listen To The Mockingbird – Light Crust Doughboys – (1936-41)
# Mockingbird – Inez Foxx with Charlie Foxx – (1963)
# Bluebirds Over The Mountain – Ersel Hickey – (1958)
# Why Is Woody Sad – Bobby Pauneto – (1960)
# The Chicken And The Hawk – Big Joe Turner – (1956)
# The Bird’s The Word – The Rivingtons – (1963)
# Surfin’ Bird – The Trashmen – (1963)
# Big Bird – Eddie Floyd – (1968)
# Bird Gets The Worm – Charlie Parker – (1947)
# White Dove – The Stanley Brothers – (1949)
# When Doves Cry – Prince and The Revolution – (1984)



Here she be Dylanite dogs !


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BIRD

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Various individual show components recorded as individual mp3s;

Birdies

More_Birds_12-3-2008.zip

Big thanks to blindwilly / charlespoet!

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March 5, 2008 Posted by | BOB DYLAN THEME TIME RADIO HOUR, Music_ClassicRock, TTRH Season 2, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

TTRH2.23 Bob Dylan TTRH Season 2 Ep 23 ‘Danger’

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Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour
Season 2 – Episode 23

Danger

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Theme Time Radio Hour – Your home for dangerous themes, risky schemes, menacing dreams.

A lot of sirens, a lot of helicopters out there tonight. Like any big city danger’s around every corner here. And we’re providing the soundtrack.

– Bob Dylan

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Fear of danger is ten thousand times more terrifying than danger itself.

-Daniel Defoe

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I got a hot rod rig and I’m a flyin’ low

My eyes are filled with diesel smoke air fan curves ain’t no joke

Diesel smoke dangerous curves

I was out last night drinkin’ beer with the guys

Got an achin’ head and blood shot eyes

I ended up with a pretty little dame I didn’t even know her name

Diesel smoke dangerous curves

If I deliver this hot shot plate I gotta get a goin’ cause I’m runnin’ late

These mountain grades are mighty steep can’t stay away there ain’t had no sleep

Diesel smoke dangerous curves

– Doye O’Dell

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We’re broadcasting from the top of the Abernathy Building, travelling through the airwaves on our magical airship, steering through the stratosphere like a coxswain would steer a boat.

Bob Dylan


This week we get warned about Danger! I know I’ve heard that word before but never understood it’s meaning until I slipped into the Shark enclosure at the aquarium, having drunk 15 shots of Jack Daniels!

I should’ve learned a huge lesson from that experience. I don’t think I really did though cos a similar accident occurred to me there a few weeks later!

I ran into John C Reilly on the stairmaster.

– Bob Dylan


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The guiltyness that started

Soon as the other part had stopped

D is for Delightful

And try and keep your trousers on

I think you should know you’re his favourite worst nightmare

D is for…

Desperately trying to stimulate what it was that was alright

3 quarters of an hour ago

That had led him to be in a position

And every compromission

Another freak episode

– Arctic Monkeys

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The basket we put the email in is full to overflowing. So I’d better pull one out and read it before they all end up on the floor.

– Bob Dylan


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The day I came into his charms

who would think that he would succeed

Then go on his way leaving me here

with another mouth to feed

So girls if you see him,

you might think that you need him

He might look like the average guy,

but he’s wanted by the F.B.I.

Said he’s dangerous,

armed and extremely dangerous

Said he’s dangerous,

armed and extremely dangerous

Said he’s dangerous

Oh, hell do it – bleed the life from me

Said he’s dangerous

He don’t care for nobody but his self

– First Choice

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You know Daniel Defoe. He wrote “Robinson Crusoe”. And I believe he was also in the movie “Platoon”. Oh no, I’m thinking about Charlie Sheen.

– Bob Dylan

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Dylan’s magnificent and seminal Theme Time Radio Hour series continues with this episode which explores the wonderful world of Danger.

Yes indeed, Danger was always my favourite animated mouse.

Danger was also my middle name for a while. But I then changed it by deed-poll.

After last week’s cracker, this one carries on the same vein! Allah be praised!

And you know how we feel about Smiley.

– Bob Dylan

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……

F is for “Fence … Electrified”

……

O is for “Organised Crime”

……

Z is for “Zeppelins … like the Hinderberg”

– Bob Dylan

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Got out really early from the factory

Driving like a nut in the rain

Don’t think I was acting so hysterically

But I didn’t see a thing until it came

Man, the drunks were verbal in the takeaway

Beating up the Chinee at the counter

I put a few inside me at the end of the day

I took out my revenge on the revolution counter

Crawling from the wreckage, crawling from the wreckage

You’d think by now at least

That half a brain would get the message

Crawling from the wreckage, crawling from the wreckage

Into a brand new car

-Graham Parker

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This week’s show was broadcast on XM Satellite Radio on 28 February 2008.

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You’d think it would be “Finger Robbery”.

– Bob Dylan

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I have it on good authority that the first draft of this song was called “D is for Denitrify”.

– Bob Dylan

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We get some interesting facts about the definition of “Armed Robbery”. A protrusion from your trousers could apparently be considered as “Armed Robbery”! Fuck! I need to be careful next time I go into my local bank. There’s a new nineteen year old blonde chick called Belinda working there who loves to show her ample cleavage. I always get more than a faint stirring of the loins when I see Booby Blonde Belinda. It might seem like I’ve got a 9 inch revolver in my pocket!

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Speaking of strange, there are some words too about the very strange ditties of Irving Caesar.

There are funny stories of crazy dangerous toys. Surprisingly, none of em were Chinese!! Guess the list was drawn up before the US Government’s financial and propaganda war on China!

Bob also takes us on a hilarious trip through the A to Z of danger!

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Regarding movies, who the hell knew there were Film Festivals for Industrial Safety Films! How fucking boring must they be! I’d almost prefer to go to a festival of Tom Hanks movies! Well, almost anyway!

Also, there’s a nice mention for the great Carnival of Souls. A fave of mine. What a classic Cult Movie!

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Danny Defoe’s here too. Yeah – the guy from Platoon!

As for the music, we get a slew of obscure stuff and other more familiar ditties. Widely eclectic styles too – Blues, Country, Reggae, Jazz, Trucking Music, Punk, France Chanson, Disco, Industrial Safety soundtrack, etc. etc.

There’s The Sunshine Boys (not to be confused with the Neil Simon movie of the same name), the great Eye Of Danger from Michigan & Smiley, and the mad trucking song Diesel Smoke, Dangerous Curves from Doye O’Dell.

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Was that the Arctic Monkeys! Yes, it was the fucking Arctic Monkeys! Annoying, copycat scallys extraordinaire, perhaps, but the track played isn’t bad at all actually. Bob also makes a slew of bad jokes on the topic of the band and their ditty. Nice work Bob!


hosted by myimg.infoNext week it’s “Birds”. No, it’s not some tribute to Hitch whereby Dylan’s studio will be swarmed upon by insane flighty creatures with a hunger for human eyes. Well I hope not anyways!

Of course, in the British Isles, “Bird” also has another meaning. So til next week, I’m off to the bank to ogle this Booby Blonde Bird, Belinda! I hope I don’t end up charged with “Armed Robbery” though. Or should that be “Cock Robbery”!!

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New York Mayor, Fiorello LaGuardia – who was named after the airport ….

– Bob Dylan

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We remember Irving, not just for his safety songs, but for all of his songs

– Bob Dylan

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Make sure you have a good fire extinguisher.

-Groucho Marx

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Shake hands with danger.

I’m a man who oughta know.

I used to laugh at safety

Now they call me “Three Finger Joe”

Written by John Clifford and Jim Stringer

Sung (drawled) by Charlie Oldfather.

Written for a Caterpillar safety film.

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While we’re on the subject of blood on the asphalt ….

– Bob Dylan

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I was in a record store recently and I heard this playing. So I picked it up.

– Bob Dylan

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I shouldn’t even be near all this equipment

– Bob Dylan

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01 Opening

02 Danger Zone – The Sunshine Boys
03 Better Beware – Esther Phillips
04 “Playing Possum”
05 Eyes Of Danger – Michigan & Smiley
06 Groucho on Civil Defense
07 You’re The Dangerous Type – Bob Dorough
08 “French Con Man”
09 Be Careful What You Say And Do – John Brim
10 “Lightning at The Abernathy Building”
11 John C. Reilly on Danger
12 Diesel Smoke (Dangerous Curves) – Doye O’Dell
13 Crawling From The Wreckage – Dave Edmunds
14 “Safety Belts”
15 Hey Mr. Caution – Eddie Constantine
16 Phone Call
17 “Danger”
18 D Is For Danger – Arctic Monkeys
19 “Danger A To Z”
20 Armed And Extremely Dangerous – First Choice
21 “Triple Terror Show”
22 “Cousin Keith Lloyd”
23 Dangerous Crossing – Cousin Keith Lloyd
24 E-Mail
25 Danger Zone – Mercy Dee
26 “Danger in The Workplace”
27 Shake Hands With Danger – Charlie Oldfather
28 Closing/End Credits





Here she be Dylanite dogs !


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DANGER

Various individual show components recorded as individual mp3s;

DangerDanger

Big thanks to blindwilly / charlespoet!

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March 5, 2008 Posted by | BOB DYLAN THEME TIME RADIO HOUR, Music_ClassicRock, TTRH Season 2, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | 2 Comments

TTRH2.22 Bob Dylan TTRH Season 2 Ep 22 ‘Doctors’

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Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour
Season 2 – Episode 22

Doctors

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Theme Time Radio Hour – Your home for Hippocratic Dreams, Hospital Themes and Healthy Schemes

I’m not really a doctor. I just play one on the radio.

– Bob Dylan

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He said, “Yes, when I start drillin’, I’ll have to give you novocaine

Cause ev’ry woman just can’t stand the pain”

He took out his trusted drill

And he told me to open wide

He said he wouldn’t hurt me

But he’d fill my hole inside

Long John, Long John, you’ve got that golden touch

You thrill me when you drill me, and I need you very much

– Dinah Washington

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That would be a great name for a blues singer … “Walking Doctor Bill”

Bob Dylan



This week we go to check our health! I know mine is screwed up from too many midnight women and too many early nights with em!

I always thought I might want to be to be a doctor. Where else could you ask a woman to take off her clothes and send a bill to her husband.

– Bob Dylan


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Oh help me, please doctor, I’m damaged

Theres a pain where there once was a heart

It’s sleepin, it’s a beatin

Cant ya please tear it out, and preserve it

Right there in that jar?

Oh help me, please mama, I’m sickening

Its today thats the day of the plunge

Oh the gal I’m to marry

Is a bow-legged sow

I’ve been soakin up drink like a sponge

– Jagger / Richards


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I went down to the St James infirmary

Saw my baby there

Stretched out on a long white table

So sweet…so cold…so fair

Let her go…let her go…god bless her

Wherever she may be

She can look this wide world over

But she’ll never find a sweet man like me

When I die want you to dress me in straight lace shoes

I want a boxback coat and a stetson hat

Put a twenty dollar gold piece on my watch chain

So the boys’ll know that I died standing flat

– Trad

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Dylan’s magnificent and seminal Theme Time Radio Hour series continues with this episode which explores the wonderful world of doctors. We all love em. I can’t wait to get in there for my periodic check-up. It’s the highlight of my year! And don’t get me started on those wonderful trips to the Emergency Room!!

After last week’s cracker, this one carries on the same vein! Allah be praised!

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Freezing cold and you feel half alive

Run your fever to one hundred and five

Send for the Doc, make you feel so good

I’ll do more for you than any man in this neighbourhood

You’ll get those shivers around your spine

Run your fever up to one-o-nine

Send for the Doc, make you feel so good

I’ll do more for you than any man in this neighbourhood


-Doc Pomus

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This week’s show was broadcast on XM Satellite Radio on 21 February 2008.

Sometimes you see a record and the title just doesn’t make sense to you

– Bob Dylan

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A great show this week. Eclectic, excellent music. Great extracts from radio/tv shows. Words of wisdom and words of nonsense! Perfect!

Yap. Some real obscure stuff this week. A strange, but rather wonderful, anachronistic piece from Harmonica Frank Floyd “The Great Medical Menagerist”. Also a new one to me, the great “You Done What the Doctor Couldn’t Do” by The Five Blind Boys Of Mississippi.

All the way up to date with Bob pal Jack White and Girl You Have No Faith In Medicine by White Stripes which according to Bob sounds like Robert Plant singing the Monster Mash!

Classics too by the Stones and BB King etc.

Some nice words about Doc Pomus and an array of other stuff.

Good guests too. Tom Waits is back again – hurrah! – with another slice of some strange but true madness. John Cusack with a highbrow joke about the medical system and our subordination thereto!

Bob’s cracking off those bad jokes like nobody’s business. Methinks he’s been on some naughty medication! There’s a great one about Prog Rock!

Another great show. So fucking good that it’s sent my system into overdrive and I now need to rush off to the Emergency Room. That’s the name of a new titty bar on the North side, and wonderfully unhealthy it is too. Tonight’s ‘Skimpy Nurse’ night!! Hurrah!

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A-standin’ on the corner with my bottle in my hand

And up steps a mama, said, my Hadacol man;

She done

The Hadacol Boogie (Hadacol Boogie)

The Hadacol Boogie (Hadacol Boogie)

The Hadacol Boogie

Makes you boogie-woogie all the time.

I went down to the farm to rest about a week

But the farmer’s wife, she got to walkin’ in her sleep;

She done

The Hadacol Boogie (Hadacol Boogie)

The Hadacol Boogie (Hadacol Boogie)

The Hadacol Boogie

Makes you boogie-woogie all the time.

– Bill Nettles

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I’d love to hang around, but I’ve got a doctor’s appointment

– Bob Dylan

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Tracklisting

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02 Dear Doctor – The Rolling Stones
03 “The First Doctors”
04 “The Cowboy’s Lament”
05 Saint James Infirmary – Snooks Eaglin
06 Operation Blues – Homer Clemons & His Texas Swingbillys
07 “Dr. Jonas Salk”
08 Send For The Doctor – Doc Pomus
09 “Not Docs”
10 Doctor My Eyes – Jackson Browne
11 “Bi-Focals, Cigarettes and Barber Surgeons”
12 Long John Blues – Dinah Washington
13 “John Cusack at the Farmer’s Market”
14 Dr. Kinsey Report – Lord Lebby
15 “Dr. Alfred Kinsey”
16 “Hadacol”
17 Hadocol Boogie – Bill Nettles & The Dixe Blue Boys
18 “Patented Medicines & Dr. Pepper”
19 Walking Dr. Bill – B.B. King
20 “Tom Waits on RX”
21 The Great Medical Menagerist – Harmonica Frank Floyd
22 “The Medicine Show”
23 Phone Call
24 Would You Believe It, I Have A Cold – Huey Piano Smith & The Clowns
25 “The Hippocratic Oath”
26 Girl You Have No Faith In Medicine – White Stripes
27 “No Faith In Medicine”
28 You Done What the Doctor Couldn’t Do – The Five Blind Boys Of Mississippi
29 “Gospel Music”
30 Closing/End Credits


Here she be Dylanite dogs – in two different forms!

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TTR_Doctors_Joint_20-2-2008.mp3

Various individual show components recorded as individual mp3s;
TTR_Doctors_Archive_20-2-2008.zip

Big thanks to blindwilly / charlespoet!

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Banzai !!


February 22, 2008 Posted by | BOB DYLAN THEME TIME RADIO HOUR, Music_ClassicRock, TTRH Season 2, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Bob Dylan ”Artist’s Choice” album for Starbucks

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Here’s an interesting story apparently originally broken by all along the watchtower and then ‘borrowed’ by Uncut about an album of tracks selected by Bobby D. in their interesting ”Artist’s Choice” series.

Now, I hate Starfucks and what it stands for, but even I may be tempted into one of those dumps to get this Dylan selection! (else I’ll just have one of my chicks go get it for me!)

As for the music, it’s typically eclectic – nay obscure! Love it!

Links here:

http://www.allalongthewatchtower.dk/phorum/read.php?1,360576

And the annotated tracklist:

http://www.allalongthewatchtower.dk/phorum/read.php?1,360881

Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan has compiled an album of his favourite music for Starbucks coffee chain.

Marketed under the slogan ‘the music that matters to him’, it is the third release in Starbuck’s ‘Artist’s Choice’ series and follows similar compilations by Joni Mitchell and Elvis Costello.

Available in Starbucks outlets from February 26, the tracklist reflects the broad tastes Dylan has shown in his Theme Time Radio Hour show, with a heavy bias towards the blues, country, jazz and r&b singers he heard on the radio while growing up in Minnesota.

Costello and Mitchell supplied track-by-track notes to their selections, explaining what the songs meant to them. It is not yet clear whether Dylan has written similar notes to accompany his choices.

Meanwhile, Ace Records is releasing a two CD set ”Theme Time Radio Hour
With Your Host Bob Dylan”, containing 50 tracks from the show. There have been several similar compilations – including Uncut’s own ”Radio Bob” CD in August 2007 – but the Ace collection is the first to be officially authorised by Dylan and is co-produced by his manager Jeff Rosen.

Here is the full track listing of Dylan’s ”Artist’s Choice”

1. Pee Wee Crayton – Do Unto Others
2. Clancy Eccles – Don’t Brag, Don’t Boast
3. Stanley Brothers with The Clinch Mountain Boys – The Fields Have Turned
Brown
4. Gus Viseur – Flambée Montalbanaise
5. Red Prysock – Hand Clappin’
6. Sol Hoopii & His Novelty Quartette – I Like You
7. Ray Price – I’ll Be There (If You Ever Want Me)
8. Stuff Smith & His Onyx Club Boys – I’se A Muggin’ (part 1)
9. Charley Jordan – Keep It Clean
10. Junior Wells – Little By Little (I’m Losing You)
11. Patty & The Emblems – Mixed-Up, Shook-Up Girl
12. Gétatchéw Kassa – Tezeta
13. Flaco Jiménez with Toby Torres & José Morante – Victimas De Huracan
Beulah
14. Wanda Jackson – I Gotta Know
15. Billy Holiday & Her Orchestra – I Hear Music
16. Junior Parker – Pretty Baby


http://www.uncut.co.uk/news/bob_dylan/news/11085

Banzai !!


February 22, 2008 Posted by | BOB DYLAN THEME TIME RADIO HOUR, Music_ClassicRock, _BOB DYLAN, _EDITORIAL, _MUSIC | 2 Comments

TTRH2.21 Bob Dylan TTRH Season 2 Ep 21 ‘President’s Day’

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Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour
Season 2 – Episode 21

President’s Day

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It’s night time in the big city. The Server’s Down. The parakeet is restless. This is Theme time Radio Hour.

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Theme Time Radio Hour – Your home for Presidential Dreams, White House Themes and Bush simian Schemes

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Mc Kinley took a shot at the White House in 1896. I don’t mean he shot at the White House. He took a shot at it.

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Here they are, They Might Be Giants, or as we call them here, The Hustlers


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Imagine if American Idol was on the radio instead of on television, we’d have a very different set of winners.

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Dylan’s magnificent and seminal Theme Time Radio Hour series continues with this episode which explores the mad world of US Presidents. Where else could a simian Bush, an insane Reagan a lunatic Nixon, a playboy Kennedy get elected?! Well, maybe France!

There’s also a number of great tracks on earlier themes which could not be played on their respective shows.

After last week’s cracker, this one carries on the same vein! Allah be praised!

I know Al Gore tried to grow a beard, but that was after he was elected President. But it was taken away from him. I don’t mean the beard.

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This week’s show was broadcast on XM Satellite Radio on 14 February 2008.

What I like about Alvin Barkley is that he was 71 years old when he married his 36 year old girlfriend. I understand they gave birth to a son named Charles. I don’t know if it’s the basketball player.

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I hear Dick Chaney’s working on a folk rock record!


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Even in their heyday, it seems only Republicans wore beards.

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Yap, it’s another week. It’s another wonderful hour of Dylan!

Topics espoused upon by Dylan are very varied – President’s Day Clearance Sales, Robert Todd Lincoln’s Jonah effect on Presidents! (he only missed the Kennedy assassination!), Washington’s ambiguous birthday. Jack White and George’s honour, a meticulously researched pop song by TMBG, the wearing of beards by Presidents, and loads of other shit!

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Bob’s in top form with the witticisms and the bad jokes! Some classics this week!

All in all, another great show! I can’t wait for the next one to be themed on Danger .

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Some say he succumbed to death by doctors.

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I always enjoy playing a fellow disk jockey

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I can’t think of Nixon in the same breath as Washington and Lincoln.

Tracklisting

Opening
White House Blues – Charlie Poole
Jack on George
Hello Sundown – Johnnie Taylor
Hello Little Boy – Ruth Brown
James K. Polk – They Might Be Giants
Polk Salad Annie – Tony Joe White
“McKinley and Garfield”
Charles Guiteau – Kelly Harrell
I Don’t Want To Be President – Percy Mayfield
“Presidential Requirements”
I Feel That Old Age Coming On – Wynonie Harris
“Give a Buck”
Lincoln And Liberty Too – Pete Seeger
“Robert Todd Lincoln”
Living In The White House – JB Lenoir
“The White House”
“Nixon/Kennedy Debate”
Don’t Smoke In Bed – Nina Simone
Phone Call
Roosevelt’s In Trinidad – Atilla
Why I Like Roosevelt – The Soul Stirrers
“Malady in A Minor”
It’s All In The Game – Tommy Edwards
“Alvin Barkley”
Walkin’ – Joe Liggins & The Honeydrippers
When You Walk In The Room – Jackie DeShannon
Richard Lewis on Presidents
High Hopes – Frank Sinatra
Sinatra & Kennedy
Mr. Moon – Clover
E-Mail
Superbird – Country Joe & The Fish
When Cleveland is Going Out (Snippet)
Funky President – James Brown
“Presidential Scandals”
John C. Reilly Promo
“Suicide Record”
Gloomy Sunday – Billie Holiday
“I Like Ike”
That Was The President – Phil Ochs
(Gotta Go) Upside Your Head – Buddy & Ella Johnson
Dead Presidents – Little walter
“LBJ”
Impeach The President – Roy C. & The Honeydrippers
“Impeachment”
Politics – Hank Penny
“Song Sharking”
Penn Jillette: Poem Song Collector
Richard Nixon – Rod & The MSR Singers
Jimmy Carter Says Yes – Jimmy Marshall
Mr. President Have Pity On The Working Man – Randy Newman
If I Can Dream – Elvis Presley
Closing/End Credits

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Here she be Dylanite dogs – in two different forms!

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Part1 : http://rapidshare.com/files/91693725/2.18_President_s_Day_Part_1_Joint_13-2-2008.mp3

Part2:
http://rapidshare.com/files/92885758/2.18_TTR_Presidentsday_joint_part_2_13-2-2008.mp3



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part 1: http://rapidshare.com/files/91900911/2-18-part1-Archive_Presidents_Day_13-2-2008.zip
part2:
http://rapidshare.com/files/91907507/2.18_part_2_Archive_Presidents_Day_13-2-2008.zip

Big thanks to blindwilly / charlespoet!

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INDEX FOR ALL TTRH SERIES 2 SHOWS – CLICK HERE !!!!

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Banzai !!


February 21, 2008 Posted by | BOB DYLAN THEME TIME RADIO HOUR, Music_ClassicRock, TTRH Season 2, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

TTRH2.20 Bob Dylan TTRH Season 2 Ep 20 ‘Mail’

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Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour
Season 2 – Episode 20

Mail

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– Bob Dylan

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Some people think e-mail’s not quite fast enough. Well, they should have been around in the 1840s.

– Bob Dylan

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In a man’s letters, his soul lies naked

– Samuel Johnson

https://i2.wp.com/myimg.info/images/klz0507359001202457210l.jpgI hold in my hand, dear, three letters

Three letters from the stage of your fine, fine, super-fine career

The first began “Eddie, darling, sweetheart, my wonderful one,

I will always be grateful for the things that you’ve done”

The second letter came right after I gave you your start

Yes, it came from your pen, dear, but not from your heart

The third became the joker of the deck

You ended your letter enclosed “please sign my cheque”

Why you fool! You poor, sad, worthless, foolish fool

If you think that money can pay me

For the hard years I’ve suffered till things broke your way

Yes, I’m answering your last letter that says we must part

I’m tearing it to pieces the way you tore up my heart

I smile when you kiss me and I thrill at your touch

My only sin was, I love you much too much

You’ve got to give a little, take a little

And let your poor heart break a little

That’s the story of, that’s the glory of love

You’ve got to laugh a little, cry a little

Before the clouds roll by a little

That’s the story of, that’s the glory of love.

– Larry Darnell

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Right now I’d like to clear up one of the big mysteries of life.

– Bob Dylan


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I’ve been standin’ here waitin’ Mister Postman

So patiently

For just a card, or just a letter

Sayin’ he’s returnin’ home to me

Mister Postman, look and see

If there’s a letter in your bag for me

Why’s it takin’ such a long time

For me to hear from that boy of mine

So many days you passed me by

See the tears standin’ in my eyes

You didn’t stop to make me feel better

By leavin’ me a card or a letter

Wait a minute

Wait a minute

Wait a minute

Wait a minute

Mister Postman, look and see

Georgia Dobbins, William Garrett, Brian Holland, Robert Bateman, Freddie Gorman


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When you see me in your mail box,

Cut the string and let me out;

Wash the glue off my fingers,

Stick some bubble gum in my mouth.

Take me out of my wrapping paper,

Wash the stamps off my head;

Pour me full of ice cream sodies,

Put me in my nice warm bed.

-Woody Guthrie

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Imagine the look in a mailman’s face when he finds out he has to deliver a tractor

– Bob Dylan

We’re as modern as tomorrow so let’s take a moment to answer a piece of e-mail.

– Bob Dylan

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I’m gonna write a tear stained letter:

Put it special delivery.

‘Cause it’s gonna be full of stuff,

That’s only known to you and me.

‘Bout how every time I get turned on,

You turn me off and bring me down.

It’ll be about the darkest news,

That ever did arrive in your hometown.

It’ll be about the saddest thing,

Your mailman ever did bring around.

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I’m gonna smile and say

I hope you’re feeling better

I’ll close with love the way you do

I’m gonna sit right down and write myself a letter

And I’m gonna make believe it came from you

I’m gonna sit right down and write myself a letter

And I’m make believe it came from you

I’m gonna make believe it came from you


– Billy Williams


Dylan’s magnificent and seminal Theme Time Radio Hour series continues with this episode which explores the philatelic world of mail, with not just male but female components. A dangerous world full of psychos, so many that the word “postal” was screwed around to mean something entirely different to its original meaning.

After last week’s cracker, this one carries on the same vein! Allah be praised!

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All this and he flew a kite in a lightning storm

-Bob Dylan

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Just because people reject you, doesn’t mean you’re not good

– Bob Dylan

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This week’s show was broadcast on XM Satellite Radio on 7 February 2008.

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The cheque’s in the mail. I posted it last week.

– Dublindog

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Wanted. Young skinny wiry fellas. Not over eighteen. Must be expert riders, willing to risk death daily. Orphans preferred.

-William H Russell


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Yap, it’s another week. It’s another wonderful hour of Dylan!

The topic of may seem to be one becoming somewhat (and sadly) anachronistic in these modern times. It’s also a tad obscure but gives significant scope for interesting and bizarre facts and Bob rattles em off with gusto! Everything from Ben Franklin, to the origin of the phrase pulpitudes of love and Vernon Green “creator of words”, to Confederacy of Dunces, to Dear John letters, to hippy trippy names of websites, to dead letters, to the Pony Express, to Samuel Johnson, to Bob’s new web-site Tapioca Sunshine and his E-Bay bid on a thermos!


There’s a nice piece about 16 year old Alex Chilton with the Box Tops, and their rather good “the letter”, the second shortest single to reach number one. Bob also talks about the great Big Star.

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And, of course, there are so many varied and wonderful songs and music pieces across the show. And widely eclectic styles too. Some classics such as the wonderful Glory Of Love from The Velvetones, The Letter from The Box Tops and Please Mr. Postman from The Marvelettes. I also liked the cajun-rock of Jo-El Sonnier, a new one to me. Great to hear Sister Wynona Carr once again! Lotsa great Blues and country tracks too.

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All in all, another great show! I can’t wait for the next one to be themed on President’s Day (hope there’s no songs related to simian GW Bush or Bedtime for Bonzo Reagan!).

Until then, I’m off to go all postal on that booby chick who sent me a Dear John letter and let her know my fucking name isn’t John!!!! It’s Jonathan!

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Tracklisting

Intro
Please Mr. Postman – The Marvelettes (1961)
Write Me A Letter – The Ravens (1947)
The Letter – The Box Tops (1967)
Mailman’s Sack – Tiny Bradshaw & His Orchestra (1952)
Take A Letter Maria – R.B. Greaves (1969)
Mail Myself To You – Earl Robinson (1972)
The Letter – The Medallions (1954)
A Letter Home – Memphis Slim (1949)
A Dear John Letter – Ferlin Husky & Jean Shepherd (1953)
I’m Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter – Fats Waller (1935)
No Mail Today – Gene Terry And The Downbeats (1958)
Tear Stained Letter – Jo-El Sonnier (1987)
Air Mail Special On The Fly – Jim & Jesse McReynolds & The Virginia Boys (1952-55)
The Glory Of Love – The Velvetones (1957)
A Letter To Heaven – Sister Wynona Carr (1949-54 released in 1992)
Outro

PLUS: Two Bonus Tracks:

Absolutely Sweet Marie – Bob Dylan

Mr Postman – The Beatles



Here she be Dylanite dogs – in two different forms!

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Mail

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Femail

Big thanks to blindwilly / charlespoet!

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Banzai !!


February 8, 2008 Posted by | BOB DYLAN THEME TIME RADIO HOUR, Music_ClassicRock, TTRH Season 2, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

TTRH2.19 Bob Dylan TTRH Season 2 Ep 19 ‘Lock and Key’

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Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour
Season 2 – Episode 19

Lock and Key

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Theme Time Radio Hour – Your home for Protection Dreams, Lockdown Themes and Secure Schemes

We’re going to be lock up, locked down, keyed up, wound up.

– Bob Dylan

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That was big-voiced big-boned Bessie Smith and lock and key. Bessie’s going to change the locks. It might not work. Then she’s going to need a restraining order.

– Bob Dylan

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We’re going to start it off, old school.

– Bob Dylan

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And you can’t touch me like before,

and you can’t make me want you more

I changed the name of this town

I changed the lock on my front door,

I changed the number on my phone

I changed the kind of car I drive,

I changed the kind of clothes I wear

I changed the tracks underneath the train,

I changed the name of this town

I changed the name of this town.

-Lucinda Williams

Personally, I don’t think it was the key to her door he was looking for. Maybe he was looking for the key to her chastity belt.

– Bob Dylan


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I called the little girl about a quarter after nine

I called the little girl one morning about a quarter after nine

The landlady say “I’m sorry, she’s not in at the present time”

I called my baby back about fifteen after four

I called my baby back fifteen after four

I said darling, would you please give me back the key to your door?

It’s just one thing baby I’m asking you to do

It’s just one little thing baby I’m asking you to do

Please give me back your key to your door

– Sonny Boy Williamson II


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Richard, open the door, man-it’s co-hold out here’n this air.

Now look-there’s that

old woman ‘cross the street lookin’ out the windah

(Who’s that, Widow Sweet?)

That must be her sister, I guess. She wants to make sure this is me. She’s tryin’ to find out what’s happenin’.

Yes, it’s me and I’m late again!

(did you hear what the lady’s sayin’?)

No, what is she sayin’?

(She said you sure look common out here’n the street.)

COMMON? Man, I got class I ain’t never used yet.

I’m gonna knock again-

Richard’s got to get up.

Open the door, Richard!! Man, you got a key to the house?

Lyrics: Dusty Fletcher / John Mason ( Music by Jack McVea / Don Howell)

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I guess (Sonny Boy) only worked with Roberts.


– Bob Dylan

You know how it is, you can’t go after the man so you kick the dog. Well this dog had a lawyer. He got himself a restraining order. Smart dog.

– Bob Dylan

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I’ve got the key, to the highway

Feel Lord, I’m bound to go

I’m gonna leave here runnin’ because

Walkin’ is most too, slow

I’m goin’ back to the border

Where I’m better known

Because you haven’t done nothin’, but drove

A good man away from home

Give me one mo’ kiss, mama

Just befo’ I go

‘Cause when I leave this time girl, I won’t

Won’t be back no mo’

-Little Walter

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King Tut had dreadlocks. If you don’t believe me, go to the museum. They’re still there today.

-Bob Dylan

Dylan’s magnificent and seminal Theme Time Radio Hour series continues with this episode which explores the world of lock and key – often a euphemism, especially back in the day in the Blues genre, for a naughty act with naughty ladies.

After last week’s cracker, this one carries on the same vein! Allah be praised!

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Sounds like they were all playing in different keys there for a minute.

– Bob Dylan

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This week’s show was broadcast on XM Satellite Radio on 30 January 2008.


For you math buffs out there, that’s 8.8 keys per finger.

-Bob Dylan

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I personally prefer the ‘twist and rip’ method.

-Bob Dylan


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Yap, it’s another week into another year. It’s another wonderful hour of Dylan!

The topic of may seem rather obscure gives significant scope for interesting and bizarre facts and Bob rattles em off with gusto! Everything from Chastity Belts, to dogs with lawyers, to the secret spy life of Harry Houdini, to lock-pickers, to the real Unfunny Valentine called Jimmy, to Wynonie Judd, to vaudeville, to Bob’s possible impending cover of Open The Door (Richard), to locksmithing, to mon-Keys, to Saint Peter!

There’s also a nice poetic speech about what the show is all about. It’s not about the pedantic accuracy of certain minutia uttered here. As Bob says “This isn’t a classroom here. This is music we’re playing!”

Guest this week include the pleasantly named “Ratso” Sloman speaking about Harry H. and once again the rather odd Luke Wilson.

Dylan fave Walt Whitman “safecracker of the soul” gets a stanza quoted while peyote loving Carlos Castenada also has a few lines rattled off.

And, of course, there are so many varied and wonderful songs and music pieces across the show. And widely eclectic styles too. Most are excellent and the wide range goes from stuff like “big-boned” Bessie Smith to Sonny Boy Williamson (who only worked with Roberts) to Lucinda Williams to Bing Crosby (only a snippet, thank fuck!) to Jimmy Nelson.

xLotsa great Blues this week – as well as Sonny and Bessie, there’s the Blues classic Key To The Highway by Little Walter.

Then there’s also the rather wierd and anachronistic Open The Door (Richard) which was at one time apparently “a national phenomenon”! Erm …. OK then!

Bob’s in top form with the witticisms and the bad jokes! Some classics this week!

All in all, another great show! I can’t wait for the next one to be themed on Mail (or, bearing in mind, Bobby’s penchant for puns, Male).

Until then, I’m off to find some hot chick with a lock that’s need oiling with my big skeleton key!!

This isn’t a classroom here. This is music we’re playing. This is music of the field, of the poolhall, the back alley crap game, the barroom and the bedroom. We don’t want to make it dusty and academic. It’s full of sweat and blood. It’s like life itself.

If every once in a while we get a name wrong, or we tell you it’s on the wrong label, it’s not going to kill anybody. Just listen to the music.


-Bob Dylan

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Tracklisting

01 Opening
02 Lock And Key – Bessie Smith
03 “Restraining Order”
04 The Key (To Your Door) – Sonny Boy Williamson
05 “Chastity Belts”
06 Open The Door – Adam Herbert & The Country Playboys
07 “Jimmy Nelson”
08 Unlock The Lock – Jimmy Nelson
09 “Harry Houdini”
10 “Ratso’s Houdini” – Larry “Ratso” Sloman
11 Changed The Lock – Lucinda Williams
12 Jimmy Valentine – Bing Crosby (Excerpt)
13 Somebody’s Changed The Lock On My Door – Wynonie Harris
14 Phone Call
15 Open The Door, Richard – Dusty Fletcher
16 Open The Door, Richard – Jack McVea
17 Open The Door – Clive and Naomi (Excerpt)
18 Key To The Highway – Little Walter
19 “Locksmiths and Dreadlocks”
20 Ten Long Fingers – Groovy Joe Poovey
21 “Famous Keys”
22 “Under Lock and Key” – Amy Sedaris
23 Who Stole The Lock on The Henhouse Door – Henry Allen
24 Foghorn Leghorn
25 “Modern Lock Technology”
26 You’re Bound To Look Like A Monkey – Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies
27 “First Monkey In Space”
28 “Luke Wilson on Keys”
29 You Don’t Knock – Detroit Cobras
30 Closing/End Credits

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The full show on one mp3;

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and Key

Big thanks to blindwilly!

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TTRH2.18 Bob Dylan TTRH Season 2 Ep 18 ‘Around the World’ Part II

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Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour
Season 2 – Episode 18

Around the World (part ii)

Misc /mp3 192 kbps/ 92 MB/ RS

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Theme Time Radio Hour – Your home for Global Dreams, Terra-firmaThemes and Spherical Schemes

Here on Theme Time Radio Hour, travelling the world and finding music in all four corners.

– Bob Dylan

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Some scientists say that all seven continents used to be joined together in kind of a super-continent. And I’m not making that word up.

– Bob Dylan

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Here on Theme Time Radio Hour, we circumnavigate the globe and bring back music for your edification.

– Bob Dylan

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All around the world I’d-a rather be a fly

I’ll lite on my baby n’ stay with her ’till I die

With a toothpick in my hand, I’d dig a ten foot ditch

And run through the jungle fightin’ lions with a switch

‘Cause you know I love you, baby

Yes, you know I love you, baby

Well, if I don’t love you, baby

Grits ain’t groceries, eggs ain’t poultrys

And Mona Lisa was a man

-Little Willie John

I can only hope I can be as influential as a disc jockey as Bob Willard was.

– Bob Dylan

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Well, we rocked all night and part of the day.

Had a good, rock-in’ time

with the chief’s daughter Mae.

I’m makin’ good time and I’m gettin’ in the know

when the captain said, “Son, we’ve gotta go.”

I said, “That’s all right.

You go right ahead.

I’m gonna Ubangi Stomp til I roll over dead.”

Warren Smith

Here’s a Jamaican record about a Japanese girl.
Bob Dylan

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Why am I hanging around in the rain out here

Trying to pick up a girl

Why are my eyes filling up with these lonely tears

When there’re girls all over the world

Is she lying on a tropical beach somewhere

Underneath the tropical sun

Pining away in a heatwave there

Hoping that I won’t be long

I should be lying on that sun-soaked beach with her

Caressing her warm brown skin

And then in a year or maybe not quite

We’ll be sharing the same next of kin

I’d go the whole wide world

I’d go the whole wide world

Just to find her

I’d go the whole wide world

– Wreckless Eric

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I cannot stress this enough. Read the Consulate information sheets.


– Bob Dylan

Italy’s shaped like a boot. And one guy I get a boot out of is Dean Martin. ……….. Here’s Deano – and I call him Deano.

– Bob Dylan

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City of a million moonlit places,

City of a million warm embraces,

Where I found the one of all the faces,

Far from home!

Arrivederci Roma,

It’s time for us to part,

Save the wedding bells for my returning,

Keep my lover’s arms outstretched and yearning,

Please be sure the flame of love keeps burning,

In her heart!

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You may think this is overkill but you won’t feel that way when you’re cooling your heels in Lisbon prison

-Bob Dylan

free image hosting by imagebam.comDylan’s magnificent and seminal Theme Time Radio Hour series continues with this episode which carries on with part 2 of last week’s great theme Around the World, that euphemism for a naughty act often done in cheap motels with even cheaper ladies.

It also, apparently, has something to do with this little planet on which we try to live!

After last week’s cracker, this one carries on the same vein! Allah be praised!

Here’s one man who doesn’t seem to be too careful. You can tell just by his name. Here’s Wreckless Eric

– Bob Dylan

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Stood up, broken-hearted, again

Well, I know just what I oughta do

I oughta find somebody new

But, baby, I couldn’t forget about you

Stood up, broken-hearted, again

Why must I always be the one

Left behind never havin’ any fun?

Stood up, broken-hearted, again

But I guess I’ll go on bein’ a fool

Sittin’ around just waitin’ for you

Stood up, broken-hearted, again

-Willis Dickerson and Erma Herrold


This week’s show was broadcast on XM Satellite Radio on 23 January 2008.

Let’s spend a short time in German. Or Deutschland as the multi-linguists call it.

-Bob Dylan

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That was Josh White. He doesn’t want to die in Egyptland. Me personally, I don’t want to die anywhere.

-Bob Dylan


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Yap, it’s another week into another year. It’s another wonderful hour of Dylan!

The topic of course gives significant scope for interesting and bizarre facts and Bob rattles em off with gusto!

Dylan has some nice words about the much maligned artist Yoko Ono. The extract he plays in the background of Yoko screaming, sounds exactly like PJ Harvey’s last album (which she should’ve called “The Scream”) !!

There’s another song about another Japanese Girl. This one seems to be about Maria Ozawa or some hot JAV chick!

There are over one billion, one hundred and twenty-nine people in India. Most of them supplying technical help for people calling from here.

– Bob Dylan

We get the great Tom Waits makes another appearance! Hurrah! This time Tommy’s talking in some detail about the incestuous heritage of Cleopatra! As he is wont to do!

And, of course, given the expansive theme, there are so many varied and wonderful songs and music pieces across the show. And widely eclectic styles too! Most are excellent and the wide range goes from something like the great Bird playing the Dizzy’s majestic Night In Tunisia to the Clancy Brothers (who were of course very influential on the young Dylan) version of the trad classic Irish Rover to (surprisingly) the great Whole Wide World by the punkish Wreckless Eric.

There’s one turkey here though which would more rightly be on the Thanksgiving Show, the silly, saccharine, scouse ditty Ferry Cross The Mersey by Gerry and the Pissmakers. And I’m not just saying that cos I’m a big Man Utd fan! Interesting piece about Bob Willard though.

Bob’s in top form with the witticisms and the bad jokes! Some classics this week! Even India call centres get included!

All in all, another great show! I can’t wait for the next one to be themed on, Lock and Key! Sounds like some sort of S&M show – perhaps Bob is into that kind of stuff!


Loch Ness. No relation to Elliott. It’s the home to a famous sea monster. Or is it?


-Bob Dylan

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We had one million bags of the best Sligo rags,

We had two million barrels of pone.

We had three million bales of old nanny goats’ tails,

We had four million barrels of bone.

We had five million hogs,

And six million dogs,

Seven million barrels of porter.

We had eight million sides of poor blind horses’ hides

in the hold of the Irish Rover.

We had sailed seven years when the mizzens broke out

And the ship lost her way in the fog.

And that whale of a crew was reduced down to two.

Twas meself and the captain’s old dog.

Well, the ship struck a rock, and Lord what a shock!

I nearly tumbled over.

Turned nine times around and the poor old dog was drowned

I’m the last of the Irish Rover

-Trad

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I love getting mail from Tom Waits. It makes it worth walking down to my mailbox

-Bob Dylan

Cleopatra herself married two of her own brothers. And afterwards, she killed them…. Oh brother, where art thou!


– Tom Waits

I don’t know if he actually took the trip overseas, but he sings about it well.

-Bob Dylan



I’ll see you in Albania, guys.

-Bob Dylan


Tracklisting

Intro

Little Willie John – All Around The World

Sir Douglas Quintet – Nuevo Laredo

Gerry & The Pacemakers – Ferry Cross The Mersey

(background) Charlie Parker – Night In Tunisia

Celia Cruz – Africa

The Ink Spots – When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano

Chris Powell & The Blue Flames – I Come From Jamaica

Lloyd Clark – Japanese Girl

Cannon’s Jug Stompers – Going To Germany

Warren Smith – Ubangi Stomp

Hank Thompson – Rockin’ In The Congo

Maxine Sullivan – Loch Lomond

Clancy Brothers – Irish Rover

Ricky Nelson – Travelin’ Man

Josh White – I Don’t Intend To Die In Egyptland

Tom Waits Mail

Dean Martin – Arrivederci Roma

Wreckless Eric – Whole Wide World

Outro



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Big thanks to blindwilly!

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