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  • #33635  | PERMALINK

    dock

    Registriert seit: 09.07.2002

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    Am 3. Mai beginnt Bobs wöchentliche Radio Show !

    Hier die Homepage plus commercial download als teaser !

    http://www.xmradio.com/bobdylan/

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    dock

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    It’s All Right, Ma: Bob Dylan Turns D.J.
    By BOB DYLAN

    WHO knew Bob Dylan was an LL Cool J fan?

    Once famously reclusive, Mr. Dylan is now going very public with his eclectic musical tastes, on a show that makes its debut Wednesday on XM Satellite Radio.

    „Theme Time Radio Hour“ (XM Channel 40) features Mr. Dylan introducing his favorite records, organized each week around a different theme — like cars, drinking or, this week’s theme, weather. (First tune: „Blow, Wind, Blow,“ by Muddy Waters.) He typically records from home or on tour, XM says, even though an announcer says the show is recorded in „Studio B of the Abernathy Building,“ to lend it a vintage aura. The hourly programs are sprinkled with recorded spoken cameos from the likes of Elvis Costello, Sarah Silverman and Penn Jillette.

    As D.J., Mr. Dylan vamps on the lyrics of his chosen songs, and makes observations that often amount to something like what he does musically: he taps America’s musical heritage with words that veer from the logically linear to the abstract, delivered in his wry, mumbly growl.

    To illustrate, here are excerpts from the show to be broadcast next week, devoted to mothers for Mother’s Day.

    Tommy Duncan

    „Daddy Loves Mommyo“

    His real name was Thomas Elmer Duncan, born on January 11, 1911, in Whitney, Texas — full of iodine and iron. He won an audition against 66 other singers to join Bob Wills’s Light Crust Doughboys, who later became the Texas Playboys. Tommy Duncan left the band in 1948, recorded a number of songs including „Gambling Polka Dot Blues,“ „Sick, Sober and Sorry“ and „There’s Not a Cow in Texas“ — lot of fuzzy logic there. But in honor of Mother’s Day, here’s a song. Tommy Duncan, „Daddy Loves Mommyo“ — no fatty acid in there.

    Buck Owens

    „I’ll Go to Church With Mama“

    Buck Owens. Come out of Sherman, Texas. Made his way to Bakersfield, California. In the 1960’s, the Beatles recorded a song of Buck’s called „Act Naturally.“ In those years Buck had 39 chart hits, 19 of ‚em at No. 1. Hey, let’s not forget „Hee Haw.“ Never missed it. I still remember some of them jokes from „Hee Haw“: „My mother-in-law’s very neat — puts paper under the cuckoo clock.“ Here’s Buck singing about hymns that warm your heart in the sweet by-and-by, that chapel in the sky.

    Bobby Peterson Quintet

    „Mama Get the Hammer“

    Some songs you don’t have to talk about; they just say it all: „Mama get the hammer, there’s a fly on baby’s head.“

    Ruth Brown

    „Mama He Treats Your Daughter Mean“

    They called Atlantic Records the House That Ruth Built, and they weren’t talking about Babe Ruth or garbanzo beans. … Ruth Brown had more hits on Atlantic Records than anybody else in the beginning, and she was no gang-banger. But even with all those hits, Ruth’s star began to fade. She eventually had to take a 9-to-5 job. But in recent years she’s been rediscovered, appearing on Broadway in „Black and Blue,“ where she won a Tony.

    Carl Smith

    „Let Old Mother Nature Have Her Way“

    Carl was married to June Carter before Johnny Cash was, and after he divorced June he married another singer named Goldie Hill. Carl Smith singing a song about Mother Nature, the goddess of the harvest. She wreaked revenge upon the earth by refusing to provide any crops, so that the entire human race would have perished of cruel, biting hunger if the great Zeus had not been concerned. I hope your mother’s not that vengeful.

    Ernie K-Doe

    „Mother-in-Law“

    Today’s e-mail comes from John Rudolph. … He writes, „Dear Bob: I’ve got a hammerhead of a mother-in-law, an ugly, evil-lookin‘ old woman, so pitiful. She’s careworn, drawn and pinched — gaunt and lank. I bought her a new chair, but she won’t let me plug it in. She belittles me, depreciates me, disparages me. She downgrades me, berates me, censures me and condemns me, libels me and raps me, dismisses me and rejects me. Could you please play a song for her?“ Well, thanks for the letter, John. Your wish is our command.

    Little Junior Parker

    „Mother-in-Law Blues“

    Here’s a couple of mother-in-law jokes, couple of slow burners: „I just came back from a pleasure trip. Took my mother-in-law to the airport.“ „What do you do if you miss your mother-in-law? Reload. Try again.“ Here’s one by Little Junior Parker: „Mother-in-Law Blues.“ I don’t know if you need both Little and Junior. His real name was Herman Parker Jr. I guess I’d call myself Little Junior Parker too. He was a singer and a harmonica player. He got started on Sun Records with his group the Blue Flames. He recorded the original version of „Mystery Train“ that Elvis Presley later did.

    Jimmy McCracklin

    „Gonna Tell Your Mother“

    On the Modern record label. Born in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1921. His real name’s James Walker, a professional boxer in the Midwest. He didn’t get anywhere doing that, so he turned to music, playing piano and singing. His band was called Jimmy McCracklin and His Blues Blasters, featuring Lafayette Thomas on the guitar. This is from 1955 — a strange weed indeed.

    LL Cool J

    „Mama Said Knock You Out“

    Don’t call it a comeback, he been here for years, rocking his peers, putting ‚em in fear, making tears rain down like a monsoon, explosions overpowerin‘, over the competition LL Cool J is towering. LL Cool J — stands for Ladies Love Cool J.

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    dock

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    April 30, 2006

    Mr. Dylan’s Playlists

    The playlist for the premiere of „Theme Time Radio Hour With Your Host Bob Dylan“ airing Wednesday, May 3 on XM Satellite Radio channel 40. The theme is weather.

    Blow, Wind Blow — Muddy Waters
    You Are my Sunshine — Jimmy Davis
    California Sun — Joe Jones
    Just Walking in the Rain — The Prisonaires
    After the Clouds Roll Away — The Consolers
    Let the 4 Winds Blow — Fats Domino
    Raining in my Heart — Slim Harpo
    Summer Wind — Frank Sinatra
    The Wind Cries Mary — Jimi Hendrix
    Come Rain or Come Shine — Judy Garland
    It’s Raining — Irma Thomas
    Stormy Weather — The Spaniels
    Jamaica Hurricane — Lord Beginer
    A Place in the Sun — Stevie Wonder
    Uncloudy Day — The Staple Singers
    I Don’t Care if the Sun Don’t Shine — Dean Martin w/Paul Weston and his Dixieland 8
    Keep on the Sunny Side — The Carter Family

    The playlist for the second episode of „Theme Time Radio Hour With Your Host Bob Dylan“ airing Wednesday, May 10 on XM Satellite Radio channel 40. The theme is mothers in honor of Mother’s Day.

    Mama Don’t Allow — Julia Lee
    Daddy Loves Mommy—O — Tommy Duncan
    Mama Didn’t Lie — Jan Bradley
    I’ll Go to Church with Mama — Buck Owens
    Mama Told Me Not to Come — Randy Newman
    Mama Get the Hammer — Bobby Peterson Quintet
    Mama Talk to Your Daughter — JB Lanoir
    A Mother’s Love — Earl King
    Mama He Treats Your Daughter Mean — Ruth Brown
    Let Old Mother Nature Have Her Way — Carl Smith
    Mother Earth — Memphis Slim
    Mother in Law — Ernie K Doe
    Mother in Law Blues — Junior Parker
    Mama Tried — Merle Haggard
    Gonna Tell Your Mother — Jimmy McCracklin
    Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby Standing in the Shadows — Rolling Stones
    Mother Fuyer — Dirty Red
    Mama Said Knock You Out — LL Cool J
    I’ll Always Love My Mama — The Intruders

    The playlist for a forthcoming unscheduled episode of „Theme Time Radio Hour With Your Host Bob Dylan“ on XM Satellite Radio channel 40. The theme is drinking.

    Ain’t Got no Money to Pay for this Drink — George Zimmerman and the Thrills
    Wine, Wine, Wine — Electric Flag
    Don’t Come Home A Drinkin‘ — Loretta Lynn
    Daddy and the Wine — Porter Waggoner
    I Drink — Mary Gauthier
    Sloppy Drunk — Jimmy Rogers
    I Ain’t Drunk — Lonnnie The Cat
    It Ain’t Far to the Bar — Johny Tyler and His Riders of the Rio Grande
    Rum and Coca — Cola — Andrew Sisters
    1 Bourbon, 1 Scotch, 1 Beer — John Lee Hooker
    Bad Bad Whiskey — Amos Milburn
    Who Will Buy the Wine — Charlie Walker
    Buddy Stay off the Wine — Betty Hall Jones
    Whiskey You’re the Devil — Clancy Bros and Tommy Makem

    The playlist for a forthcoming unscheduled episode of „Theme Time Radio Hour With Your Host Bob Dylan“ on XM Satellite Radio channel 40. The theme is cars.

    Rocket 88 — Nelson Riddle
    Cadillac Ranch — Bruce Springsteen
    Me and My Chauffeur Blues — Memphis Minnie
    My Automobile — Parliament
    Christian Automobile — Dixie Hummingbirds
    Car on a Hill — Joni Mitchell
    Pontiac Blues — Sonny Boy Williamson (II)
    No Money Down — Chuck Berry
    Little Red Corevette — Prince
    Too Many Drivers — Smiley Lewsi
    Chevrolet Car — Sam McGee
    Get out of the Car — Richard Berry

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    mr-tambourine-man

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    kann mir bitte jemand sagen wie ich an die playlisten kommen kann?
    der sender antwortet nicht und ich bin verwundert das hier schon vorab die ersten sendungen gepostet wurden.
    es gibt einen link der aber wohl nicht aktuallisiert wird?
    http://www.xmradio.com/bobdylan/playlist.jsp

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    art-vandelay

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    Mr. Tambourine Mankann mir bitte jemand sagen wie ich an die playlisten kommen kann?
    der sender antwortet nicht und ich bin verwundert das hier schon vorab die ersten sendungen gepostet wurden.
    es gibt einen link der aber wohl nicht aktuallisiert wird?
    http://www.xmradio.com/bobdylan/playlist.jsp

    Hier z.B.:
    http://www.notdarkyet.org/themetime.html

    edit:…

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    mr-tambourine-man

    Registriert seit: 02.06.2006

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    also ich habe 4 von 6 sendungen! (die vom letzten mittwoch habe ich noch nicht; werde ich aber über kurz oder lang bekommen!)
    bei interesse kurz eine pm und wir werden uns sicher einigen.

    btw. bedankt für den link ;)

    EDIT:

    SCHAU MAL HIER:
    http://www.whitemanstew.com/2006/05/12/bob-dylans-theme-time-radio-hour

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    sebsemilia

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    auch hier nochmal der hinweis auf einen artikel von Günter Amendt in der aktuellen Konkret: Night Time in the Big City

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    santazimmermann

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    Ich weiß nicht ob es hierzu schon einen Thread gibt, ich hab zumindest keinen gefunden, aber kann mir jemand sagen ob und wo man die Radiosendung mit Bob Dylan downloaden kann?
    Oder kann mir jemand sogar Mitschnitte zukommen lassen (bitte pn)?

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    jimmyjazz

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    Habs mal mit dem alten Thread zusammengeführt.

    SantaZimmermannIch weiß nicht ob es hierzu schon einen Thread gibt, ich hab zumindest keinen gefunden, aber kann mir jemand sagen ob und wo man die Radiosendung mit Bob Dylan downloaden kann?
    Oder kann mir jemand sogar Mitschnitte zukommen lassen (bitte pn)?

    Schau mal hier

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    This cosmic dance of bursting decadence and withheld permissions twists all our arms collectively. But, if sweetness can win—and it can—then I’ll still be here tomorrow, to high five you, yesterday, my friend. Peace.
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    christianplease

    Registriert seit: 07.05.2007

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    Ah! Klasse, alle Sendungen komplett…

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    beatlebum

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    christianpleaseAh! Klasse, alle Sendungen komplett…

    oder hier: http://patrickcrosley.com/?q=node/90

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    santazimmermann

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    Dankeschön für die Links

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    bullitt

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    beatlebumoder hier: http://patrickcrosley.com/?q=node/90

    Oh wow, so was gibt´s? Wollte gerade fargen, ob man die Sendung irgendwo streamen kann, Downloads hätte ich mir in meinen kühnsten Träumen nicht erwartet.

    Besser spät entdeckt, als nie….

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    bullitt

    Registriert seit: 06.01.2003

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    Mist, gerade wo ich die Show für mich entdeckt habe gehen die beiden hier verlinkten Seiten offline! Hat jemand noch eine Idee, wo ich die Sendungen downloaden könnte?

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    mrjones

    Registriert seit: 09.01.2008

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    Hallo,
    besser ’ne späte Antwort als gar keine, oder!?

    http://ttrh-blog.patrickcrosley.com/

    Dort gibt es dann auch wöchentlich die neuen Folgen…

    MfG,

    MrJones

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