OTRS 52 – R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM 21 “TURKISH MUSIC”

John's Old Time Radio Show
R. Crumb’s Record Room Pt. 21
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ Robert Crumb. “TURKISH MUSIC”. Special Guest Robert Crumb plays 78 rpm records from his fabulous record collection from the South of France on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show.

1. Indim Yarin Bahcesine – Infran Dogrusoz

2. Karsilama – Zurnaci Emin

3. Kara Dere – Oudi Hrant

4. Laz Havasi – Rizeli Sadik

5. Izmirli Santuri Recep – Udi Mustafa

6. Karsilama Oyun Havasi – unknown group

7. Veli eff. Tschifte Telli – unknown group

8. Lav Havassi – Yeghiazar Effendi

9. Youzu Delish – Louisa Hanoum

10. Missirli Cantossi – The Stamboul Quartette

11. Nehavent Sarki – Fikriye Hanim

12. Cifte Teli Keman Ile – Kemani Memduh Bey

R. Crumb & his record

Oudi Hrant

OTRS 51 – Don Kent Part 9 “Joe McCoy”

John's Old Time Radio Show
Don Kent Pt. 9
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ former Yazoo Records Producer & Mamlish, Flying Crow and Country Fish Records Owner Don Kent. “Joe McCoy”. Special Guest Don Kent plays 78 rpm records from his legendary record collection featuring the top recordings of one of Memphis’ great blues guitarist/singer on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show.

1. When The Levee Breaks – Memphis Minnie & Joe McCoy

2. Something Gonna Happen To You – Joe McCoy

3. I Want It Awful Bad – Joe McCoy

4. Mr Devil Blues – Joe McCoy

5. Somebody’s Got To Help You – Memphis Minnie & Joe McCoy

6. I’m Wild About My Stuff – Memphis Minnie & Joe McCoy

7. Bothering That Thing – Memphis Minnie & Joe McCoy

8. Picking The Blues – Memphis Minnie & Joe McCoy

9. Let’s Go To Town – Memphis Minnie & Joe McCoy

10. Evil Devil Woman – Joe McCoy

11. My Mary Blues – Joe McCoy

12. She Wouldn’t Give Me None – Joe McCoy

13. The World’s A Hard Place To Live In – Joe McCoy

14. You Know You Done Me Wrong – Joe McCoy

Memphis Minnie & Kansas Joe McCoy

Don Kent & Eden Brower

Joe McCoy (left)/ Charlie McCoy (right)


OTRS 50 – R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM 20 “SUB-SAHARAN AFRICAN COUNTRY MUSIC””

John's Old Time Radio Show
R. Crumb’s Record Room Pt. 20
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ Robert Crumb. “SUB SAHARAN AFRICAN COUNTRY MUSIC”. Fantastic sub-saharan African 78 records that were influenced by Western Country and or Hawaiian music… and then some that weren’t. Special Guest Robert Crumb plays 78 rpm records from his fabulous record collection from the South of France on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show.

1. Amanxila – Dick Ncube with S. Ncumbe and E. Chuma

2. Fosta Kayi – Alick Nkhata and Shadrack Soko

3. Kutulo Nalotele – Alick Nkhata

4. Wena Uwanga – Pedro Matabela

5. Sengipuma Ekaya – Enock Mutawu

6. Three Times I Looked On The Window – Enoch Evans

7. Teanara Cou Kandha (Coronation Praise Song) – Enoch Evans

8. Batatazela – Josaya Hadebe

9. Awunatingana – Alexander Jafete Trio

10. Sekamayo Kufwale – Edward Jim

11. Isono Se Mali – Kanda & Co.

12. Mbalimwaphiri – Limbe Minstrels

13. Athiambo – Awando-Owit Kambanane


OTRS 49 – Don Kent Part 8 “Lucille Bogan”

John's Old Time Radio Show
Don Kent Pt. 8
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ former Yazoo Records Producer & Mamlish, Flying Crow and Country Fish Records Owner Don Kent. “Lucille Bogan”. Special Guest Don Kent plays 78 rpm records from his legendary record collection featuring the top recordings of one of the great and often overlooked Blues Singer on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show.

1. Lonesome Daddy Blues – Lucille Bogan

2. Sweet Patunia – L. Bogan

3. Pot Hound Blues – Bogan

4. They Ain’t Waking No More – Bogan

5. I Hate That Train Called The M And O – Bogan

6. Shave ‘Em Dry (issued) – Bogan

7. Shave ‘Em Dry (unissued) – Bogan

8. Pay Roll Blues – Bogan

9. Lost Man Blues – Bogan

10. Tired As I Can Be – Bogan

Lucille Bogan

unknown, Don-Kent (center) & Jake “The Snake” Schneider circa 1960

Walter Roland

Cow Cow Davenport

Sherwin Dunner & Don Kent


OTRS 48 – R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM 19 “GOAT HERDERS”

John's Old Time Radio Show
R. Crumb’s Record Room Pt. 19
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ Robert Crumb & Eden Brower. “GOAT HERDERS”. Music by great singers from rural Europe & the Middle East. Special Guest Robert Crumb plays 78 rpm records from his fabulous record collection while the “Gewgous” Eden Brower explains the female mind from the South of France on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show.

1. illegible – from Soviet Union

2. Gajdasko Kolo – K. Sascarnski Gajdas  (Serbia)

3. Mos E Mer Rembyer (Don’t Go So Fast) – Rafail Bulgareci & Rista Pandavini

4. Eseis Paidia Vlachopoida – Vlach (semi-nomadic shepherds from Metsovo region)

5. illegible – Polyxeni & Kalliopi Litou (two sister vocalists with Halkias group)

6. Syrtos Haniotis – N. Koufianos

7. Valla Ne Trish – Z. Bylbyli Me Shok. Vlone

8. Taksim Shoyptar – Z. P. Pali

9. My Uzbekistan – Mavlyuda Agzamova

10. There’s Bashida – Tamara Khanum (Fergan folk song)

Robert Crumb and his cool records!

Eden Brower in an almost sleep like trance!

unknown Turkish herder

unknown Greek herder


OTRS 47 – Don Kent Part 7 “The Legendary Hattie Hart”

John's Old Time Radio Show
Don Kent Pt. 7
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ former Yazoo Records Producer & Mamlish, Flying Crow and Country Fish Records Owner Don Kent. “Memphis’ Greatest female singer Hattie Hart”. Special Guest Don Kent plays 78 rpm records from his legendary record collection featuring the top recordings of one of the greatest blues singers that ever lived on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show.

1. Electrocuted Blues – Rosie Mae Moore

2. Mad Dog Blues – Rosie Mae Moore

3. Cocaine Habit – Memphis Jug Band featuring Hattie Hart

4. Papa’s Got Your Bath Water On – Memphis Jug Band featuring Hattie Hart

5. Won’t You Be Kind – Hattie Hart

6. You Wouldn’t Would You Papa – Hattie Hart

7. I’m Missing That Thing – Hattie Hart

8. I Let’s My Daddy Do That – Hattie Hart

9. Down Home Shake – Hattie Hart (Bolton)

10. Oh Ambulance Man – Memphis Jug Band featuring Hattie Hart

11. Happy Go Lucky Blues – Hattie Hart

12. Coldest Stuff In Town – Hattie Hart

13. Memphis Yo Yo – Memphis Jug Band featuring Hattie Hart

14. Aberdeen Mississippi Blues – Bukka White

15. Illinois Blues – Skip James

Don Kent

Charlie McCoy

Will Shade & unknown

Will Shade of Memphis Jug Band

Bukka White


OTRS 46 – “NO MUSIC Edition” featuring R. Crumb & Eden Brower

John's Old Time Radio Show
R. Crumb & Eden Brower – No Music Edition
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ Robert Crumb & Eden Brower. “NO MUSIC Edition”. Special Guest Robert Crumb & Eden Brower are featured here on excerpts from various debates and discussions many of which fell to the cutting room floor once thought to never to be heard from again. A real for true podcast edition of John’s Old Time Radio Show from the South of France on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show.

1. FAME (w/ Tony Baldwin)

2. HURRICANE (The Breakdown Of Civilization)

3. ATTACK OF THE DEMON TRUCK

4. GUS CANNON

5. RELATIONSHIPS

6. DECLINE OF NYC

7. THEY’RE HERE

john heneghan, eden brower & robert crumb

Anthony Baldwin

Eden Brower & Aline Kominsky Crumb



OTRS 45 – R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM Part 18 – “IRISH RECORDS”

John's Old Time Radio Show
R. Crumb’s Record Room Pt. 18
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ Robert Crumb & Eden Brower. “IRISH RECORDS”. Special Guest Robert Crumb plays 78 rpm records from his fabulous record collection with fellow record collector/musician Tony Baldwin & the “Gewgous” Eden Brower explains the female mind from the South of France on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show.

1. The Rights Of Men – The Jim McGrath Orchestra

2. The Maid Of Ballinatra – George Halpin & M. Stanford

3. Falling Leaves – Frank Quinn & Eddie Dunn

4. Reels – Leo Rowsome

5. I’m Leaving Tipperary – Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band

6. Meself And Martin Tracy – John Griffin

7. The Rollicking Skipper – The McNulty Family

8. The Sidewalks Of New York – The Flanagan Brothers

9. The Blackbird – Sullivan’s Shamrock Band

10. I’ll Forgive But I’ll Never Forget – Frank Quinn & Nan Fitzpatrick

11. Terry’s Ramble – Mrs. & Miss McNiff-Lock

Eden Brower & R. Crumb

Flanagan Brothers


 

OTRS 44 – R. CRUMB’S RECORD ROOM Part 17 – “COME’S THE REVOLUTION”

John's Old Time Radio Show
R. Crumb’s Record Room Pt. 17
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ Robert Crumb & Eden Brower. “COME’S THE REVOLUTION” pre/post depression era Music of the 1920′s & 30′s”. Special Guest Robert Crumb plays 78 rpm records from his fabulous record collection & the “Gewgous” Eden Brower explains the female mind from the South of France on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show.

1. My Trouble’s Are Over – The Sunshine Boys

2. Not A Cloud In The Sky – The Isham Jones Orchestra

3. Cheer Up – Eddie Cantor & Phil Spitalny

4. Everything Is Gonna Be OK America! – Art Kassel And His Castles Is The Air

5. Hells Bells – Art Kassel And His Castles Is The Air

6. In A Shanty Down In Old Shanty Town – Spark Plug Smith

7. All I Got’s Gone – Odie McWinters

8. You’ll Get Pie In The Sky When You Die – Bud Billings & Carson Robison

9. How Can A Poor Man Stand Such Times And Live – Blind Alfred Reed

10. The Democratic Donkey – Bill Cox & Cliff Hobbs

11. Comes The Revolution – Willie Howard

12. Dust Can’t Kill Me – Woodie Guthrie

Eden Brower & R. Crumb

Bill Cox

Eddie Cantor

Phil Spitalny

Art Kassel

Blind Alfred Reed

Spark Plug Smith

Isham Jones

Carson Robison

Woodie Guthrie

Willie Howard (left)

Brower & Crumb




OTRS 43 – PAT CONTE Part 4 – 45 RPM RECORDS CONTINUED

John's Old Time Radio Show
PAT CONTE Part 4
John’s Old Time Radio Show w/ Pat Conte and longtime pal Ken Romanowski. 45 rpm Records continued. Special Guest Pat Conte plays 45 rpm records from his legendary Secret Museum record collection & our friend Ken Romanowski joins in for the fun on John Heneghan’s Old Time Radio Show.

1. Improvisation In 7/4 – Moondog

2. Peyote Ceremony Song – Joe Rush And Singers With Drum

3. Tell Me Why You Like Roosevelt – Otis Jackson

4. Down On My Knees – Dr D.C. Johnson And The Old Time Prayer Meeting

5. See Jesus – James Lide

6. Where Is The Lion In The Tribe Of Judah – Reverend Kelsey

7. Cocksuckers Ball – The Clovers

8. Shave Em Dry – Lucille Bogan

9. Is She Is, Or Is She Ain’t – The Chamer With Johnny McCleverty Calypso Boys

10. Chinese Melody/ American Melody – Excerpts From Folk Music Lecture

11. ’31 Depression Blues – Ed Sturgill

12. Mainer’s Jews Harp – J. E. Mainer

13. Floricica – Folklore Of Dances Of Romania

14. Catfish Blues – Larry Johnson

15. Highway 41 -Cousin Leroy

16. Down The Big Road – Roosevelt  Holts With Boogie Bill

17. Goin’ South – John Lee Hooker

18. Natal Try Singers

19. I’m Coming Home – The Staple Singers

20. Parchman Farm Prisoners – Alan Lomax Penitentiary Recordings

Moondog in NYC

 

Pat Conte (right) & Bob Guida The Otis Brothers NYC

J. E. Mainer

Lucille Bogan

John Lee Hooker

L to R Ian McCamy, John Heneghan, Eden Brower, Pat Conte

Cane Break Rattlers (Conte left)

Larry Johnson

Ed Sturgill (far left)

Parchman Farm Convict Laborers

Roosevelt Holts

Reverend Kelsey