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Your Old Pal Will takes you on a journey through the peaks and valleys of all recordings vinyl. A through Z, organized alphabetically by artist/compilation title, irregardless of genre. Maybe it’s by title. Maybe it’s by album. Who knows what path we take next. New episode every Wednesday. Bonus: Catch the Randomly Generated Vinyl Cocktail Hour live every Friday at 6pm via video (https://twitch.tv/vinylomatic) or audio (https://mixlr.com/youroldpalwill).
 
The Old Dingy Jukebox features a wide variety of down home American music styles played from a collection of 78rpm, 45rpm and LP records. Each show will take the listener on an aural journey exploring the great American musical heritage. The show’s repertoire is deep and wide with an emphasis on early to middle 20th century Americana. Styles played on the show include the blues, jazz, old time string bands, traditional folk music, honky tonk, bluegrass and early country music. Informative, y ...
 
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Emma Gannon returns for a record breaking third time, to launch Series 3 of Creative Rebels! Emma is a best-selling author, podcast host, speaker and one of our favourite humans. Emma's recent book 'Sabotage' dives into the strange tendency of creatives to ruin their work, either consciously or subconsciously and how to get out of your own way.…
 
The New World Theatre Ochestra [00:22] "After Hours Joint" Honeymoon in Manhattan Somerset P-3000 1958 An approximation of Gershwin, I suppose. Elton John [04:37] "Susie (Dramas)" Honky Château UNI Records 93135 1972 An approximation of The Band, I suppose. Fred Burton [08:01] "There's Going To Be A Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight" Honky Tonk Perc…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Percy Babineaux and Bixy Guidry The recordings of Percy Babineaux and Bixy Guidry are a treasure, but somewhat lost in time. The duo's recordings are among the most obscure Cajun recordings from 1929. They recorded in New Orleans in 1929 for Victor, and their last recording was issued on Bluebird in the early 1940's. Their ha…
 
Rayne Bo Ramblers- Cajun Boogie (RCA 2200) Franchie Martin & Eddie Shuler- Boogie Woogie Tout Le Temps (GCL 108) Adam Hebert- Open the Door (Swallow 127) Terry Clement- Diggy Liggy Lo (Feature 1090) Shorty LeBlanc- My Little Cabbage (Goldband 1147) Louisiana Lannis- Muscadine Eyes (Starday 268) Lawrence Walker- Keep Your Hands Off It (Khoury's 624)…
 
Tom Jones [00:34] "If You Go Away" Help Yourself Parrot PAS 71025 1969 Nothing like a little descending scale ballad to get things going. I'm a fan of Scott Walker's version of this Brel/McKuen number so I figured I'd give Tom's version a chance. The Decemberists [04:39] "Billy Liar" Her Majesty the Decemberists Jealous Butcher Records JB~046 2003 …
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Ron Brown Interview. You don't have to like just Cajun music to appreciate the record collection and research of Ron Brown. His collection and devotion to research go beyond just that. Although I talk to him on a regular basis; I felt it was important to document and discuss his research and collection of Cajun music. If you …
 
Today's episode features some of my favorite 78s from my collection covering a variety of styles. Early country music, piano blues, jazz, hokum and western swing are some of the styles presented in today's show. I think you'll find the show an entertaining sample of early recorded vernacular styles of down home American music. Please subscribe to t…
 
Unsah has worked in social media for a decade, helping famous brands grow online. After feeling like her career had no upward momentum (she would become the top social expert at each company she worked) she decided to go freelance and build her own business. Unsah implemented her knowledge to quickly launch and grow her personal channels and went o…
 
Robert Bertrand was a great fiddle player and singer. He left behind a impressive discography as a sideman and on his own. He recorded from 1958 until his early death in 1974. The episode provides a overview of early recordings done by Robert; especially those that features his vocals. Down Home Cajun Music- Robert Bertrand Part 1. 1."Allons A Lake…
 
Pallbearer [00:24] "Thorns" Heartless Profound Lore Records PFL179LP 2017 Some doomy goodness from the these Little Rock gents. One of my favorite albums from 2017. The Isley Brothers [05:48] "Fight the Power (Part 1 & 2)" The Heat Is On T-Neck PZ 33536 1975 Scorching opener from the Brothers 1975 double platinum album. Thou [11:09] "Into the Marsh…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Dennis McGee: Later Recordings Volume One Dennis McGee recorded early on from 1929 till 1934, recording many classic Cajun fiddle songs. After 1934 he didn't appear on record again till the 1970's. With a new interest in traditional Cajun music, Dennis and his first recording partner, Sady Courville, were out recording and pe…
 
Happy New Year Rebels! David is co-host of this podcast, a Creative Entrepreneur and a neon artist. David has been making work with spraypaint for 20 years. He abandoned his plans of becoming a teacher to pursue a career in art, despite being advised by his own teachers that art was not a ‘realistic’ career for him. David is writing this in the thi…
 
The Turtles [00:23] "She'd Rather Be with Me" Happy Together White Whale WW 114 1967 Sure I could have gone with the smash hit title track, I dig this side two lead off that was also a hit for The Turtles, peaking at number 3 on the Hot 100. Also, charity is out of sight. Miss Kittin [02:33] "Happy Violentine (Marco Passarani San Valentino Mix)" Ha…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Marc Savoy: Early Recordings Marc Savoy first met Andrew Cormier and the Rambling Aces in 1964 when saw them at the Rodair Club. He struck up a friendship with them that night. From 1964 to 1966 he made several recordings with the Aces and others on Huey Meaux's Crazy Cajun label. This episode features some of those great rec…
 
While the 1940's, 50's and the early 1960's had seen Cajun music shift away from traditional music; the late 1960's and the following years saw the rise of traditional Cajun music being recorded again. Here is some of those great recordings . Down Home Cajun Music- Jug Au Plombeau Breaux Brothers- Hey Mom (ARH 5004) Marc Savoy- La Gigue A Savoy (FA…
 
Nat King Cole [00:32] "Stardust" Greatest Love Songs Capitol Records ST(L) 7116041 1985 A South African compilation of Nat's finest love songs. This rendition of Hoagy Carmichael's 1927 standard is indeed pretty fine. Creedence Clearwater Revival [03:45] "Green River" Green River Fantasy 8393 1969 Classic Side One Track One from a Classic Album. To…
 
Adam is the co-host of this Podcast, Creative Entrepreneur and Fashion & Beauty Photographer. Adam began his exploration into Photography as a way to document his travel and creative experiences. Adam works with London’s top models agencies, celebrities, influencers and shot covers internationally for Women’s Health and Beast magazines. Adam enjoys…
 
You and i were not in the same mood when we started the show, but these records changed it all... So i know who's gonna sleep with me on this dark and stormy christmas night! How embarassing?! Jerry Grant - Talkin' Bout Love (ATCO) Paul Moneymaker (voc. Lindy Cooper) - I'm Tired (FREDLO) Carl & Norman - Shooting For The Moon (EMPIRE) Johnny David -…
 
"Pappy" purchased Harry Choate's masters from Goldstar in 1955. He began re-releasing Harry's Goldstar recordings on the his Starday and D labels afterwards. Some of these were leftovers from the Goldstar sessions and others were old titles that had been renamed. By 1950 Harry's Melody Boys had broken up and he soon started recording for Macy's wit…
 
Elton John [00:32] "Honky Cat" Greatest Hits MCA Records MCA-3007 1974 (1980 reissue) Funky feline fun! Loretta Lynn [05:46] "Wine Women and Song" Greatest Hits MCA Records MCA-1 1968 (1973 reissue) Loretta's 3rd top ten single on Decca, reaching number 3 on the country charts in 1964. Dawn [07:48] "Candida" Greatest Hits Arista AL-4045 1975 This f…
 
Stuart Semple is an artist and founder of the art materials store, Culture Hustle. Stuart makes art that often isn't a physical object, but that is an experience, either in the real world or online. His work often focuses on community, social issues and mental health and as an ambassador for the MIND charity in the UK Stuart flies the flag for crea…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Crowley Two Step (45 Mix) This weeks mix is a collection of 45 rpm records from the 1950's to the 1980's. Many of these have never been reissued. 1. Milfred Simon and the Hicks Wagon Wheel Ramblers- Mermentau Bridge Special (Circle D 1004) 2. Rodney LeJeune and the Rambling Aces- Don't Get Married (Crazy Cajun 505) 1963 3. Ir…
 
Poppy Jamie is an entrepreneur, podcaster and mental health advocate. When Poppy explained to us that she grew up with a mother as a psychologist and a father as an entrepreneur everything made sense. Poppy has launched a successful accessories line, built her own app and through various projects helps people to become 'happy not perfect'. follow u…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Chuck Guillory : 1948-1987 Recordings Murphy "Chuck" Guillory was one of Evangeline Parishes most popular Cajun string band fiddlers of the 1950s. He recorded early on in 1948 for Colonial and Modern before recording J.D. Miller's Feature label in 1950. After the breakup of Harry Choates' Melody Boys, Guillory attracted two o…
 
Today’s show of the Old Dingy Jukebox is a special themed one. This episode is a collection of songs that tell stories of past events or people; stories that in one way or another were marginalized, censored, sanitized, or buried, often because they dealt with histories considered too traumatic, contentious, or even a threat to those in power. Over…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Joe Bonsall: Goldband Recordings Volume 1 While Joe Bonsall's Cajun Jamboree and Swallow recordings have been well documented; his Goldband years have not. Joe and the band recorded for Goldband in 1962 and 1963 before recording with any other label. Here they recorded some great raw numbers showcasing the the band at the tim…
 
yes, no doubt this title makes as much sense as the show itself. A random something from your favourite blabbermouths! Who's gonna play the next one, honey?! Terry Noland - Crazy Dream (BRUNSWICK) Van Spalding - Shootin' Man (ROI) Chuck Bowers - Blabber Mouth Sidewalk Stroll (DECCA) Lonnie Smithson - Me And The Blues (STARDAY) Loyd Weaver - One Whe…
 
45rpm is a designer, illustrator, and artist. RPM has worked for some of the biggest brands in the world and is consistently working on personal projects alongside his brand work. He takes inspiration from everywhere and taps into his creativity by getting obsessed with various niches, which go on to inform his practice. follow us on instagram; @re…
 
This episode of DHCM features some great pre war Cajun music on 78 rpm. Many of these songs are still played today. JB Fuselier and his Merrymakers- La Robe Barre (Bluebird 2063) Amadee Breaux with Ophy and Cleoma- Les Tracas Du Hobo Blues (Columbia 40504) Jolly Boys of Lafayette- Abbeville- Decca 17026) Leo Soileau and his Three Aces- Petite Ou Gr…
 
Holly Tucker is an entrepreneur, the founder of Not On The Highstreet and Holly and Co and the voice of small business in the UK. Holly believes that marrying purpose with something you love, can create the perfect business - and that the perfect business is one that both supports you and makes you happy. follow us on instagram; @rebelscreate…
 
Sidney Brown Volume One: 1955-1960 The music of Sidney Brown hasn't been reissued in its entirety like it should be. Sidney Brown recorded for Eddie Shuler from 1955 to 1960 and then afterwards he recorded one record for Swallow records. This volume documents Sidney's original releases in chronological order and while there was later issues of Sidn…
 
Tori West is a writer, publisher, part-time cleaner and the editor of Bricks Magazine. Tori provides honest insight into the creative industries and what it takes for many of us to support our creative careers. She champions the underdog and smashes pre-conceptions, giving a voice to the young, the working class, LGBT creators and any group that is…
 
Early Cajun Honky Tonk 1948-1950 With the success of "Jole Blon" and "Pine Grove Blues", more Cajun artists started to record. They mixed their Cajun French with driving rhythm and steel guitars to create a new style of Cajun Honky Tonk played though the dancehalls. In this mix of early recordings we explore some of the early artists and some rare …
 
...cause it's full of nutty ladies this time! One is trying to poison you with coffee, the other uses a bunch of killer 45's. standing on the concept of social hospitality: Kay Martin & Her Bodyguards - The Heel (ROULETTE) Alma Balier - Tell The Truth (SGM) Linda Leigh - The Scent (AMERICAN Int'l) Roxie Williams - Fifteen Seconds (LUCKY 11) Bill 'Z…
 
1946-1948 The Return of Cajun Music After World War II, soldiers returning home wanted to hear the music of their youth. While the output of recorded Cajun music in the early 1940's was slim; by 1946 Cajun music returned by way of the birth of independent labels. Among those were Bill Quinn's Gold Star, JD Miller's Fais -Do -Do, Bennie Hess's Opera…
 
Kelly Anna is a freelance print designer and artist. She has had her designs worn by Beyonce, painted murals across the world and has collaborated with brands like Nike and Lego. Her work is a bold mix of power, athleticism, femininity and movement, a style that is an amalgamation of her artistic career. Follow us on instagram; @rebelscreate…
 
For this episode of the Old DIngy Jukebox, I figured it being election time and all, it would be a good idea to feature records about drinking and politics. As it turns out, the show is mostly songs about drinking. I have a few records in my collection that are political in nature, but the more I started digging through the stacks the more I realiz…
 
George Jones [mm:ss] "Uh, Uh, No" The Great George Jones Wing Records SRW-16266 1964 The Possum lays down the law. The Mills Bros. [mm:ss] "Lazy River" Great Hits Dot Records DLP 25157 A fine laid back version of the Hoagy Carmichael classic. Chicago Symphony Orchestra [mm:ss] "Overture, Fidelio, Op. 72" Great Men of Music - Ludwig van Beethoven Ti…
 
On this episode we feature a new mix of Cajun 45 rpm records. Dalton Alleman- Alleman Waltz (Belle 101) Link Davis and Marc Savoy- Air Mail (Crazy Cajun 521) Jo-El Sonnier and the Duson Playboys- Jealousy Waltz (Swallow 122) Pappy "Tetan" Meaux- Fe Fe Pon Cho (Crazy Cajun 524) Joe Bonsall-Im Leaving (Goldband 1123) Harry Bart and Marc Savoy- Lovebr…
 
On this episode we look into Aldus Roger and the Lafayette Playboy's early recording years. Lafayette Playboys Waltz (Feature 1028) 1954 Hix Wagon Wheel Special ( Feature 1028) 1954 Love Sick Waltz (Feature 2004) 1955 Mardi Gras Dance (Feature 2004) 1955 Midway Waltz (Vee Pee 103) 1958 O.S.T. Special (Vee Pee 103) 1958 Digga Ding Ding Dong (Goldban…
 
Will Hughes aka WhatWillyCook is an internet food man. He started making videos at the beginning of the UK's first Corona lockdown. These videos have been hugely popular, attracting a huge following as well as brand deals and collaborations. Will makes recipes that are accessible and his video style makes them must-see. In this episode we talk abou…
 
Thomas Dolby [00:45] "Urges" The Golden Age of Wireless Harvest ST-12203 1982 First released on Harvest. Urges was purged on the second release. This track features percussion by Andy Partridge. Thomas Dolby [04:25] "One of Our Submarines" The Golden Age of Wireless Capitol Records ST-12271 1983 This re-release removed "Urges" and "Leipzig", and ad…
 
On our last installment of the Anthology, we look at a shift away from traditional Cajun accordion music. By the mid 30’s, musicians in southwest Louisiana began to blend Cajun music, sung in French, with old-time string band music, influenced by the then-new medium of radio. Vol 7 String Band Influenced Petit Ou Gros- Leo Soileau Dixie's Hottest- …
 
James Lewis is an Artist and content creator. James' hand painted artwork is very satisfying to watch, so much so that he now has over 1M instagram followers! James first started painting lettering and as both his style evolved and his video presentation improved, his career took off. follow us on instagram; http://instagram.com/rebelscreate…
 
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