“The creature vibrated

“The creature vibrated like a radio”{quote from page 93 of William S. Burroughs’experimental novel “The Ticket That Exploded”}Face the Music 7-8 PM on WCBN FM: 7.18.13
No ParkingThe Cotton Pickers 1929

We're in the Money
from the soundtrack 
of the Busby Berkeley film
Gold Diggers of 1933
spoken introduction
by George Raft
Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?Bing Crosby 1932
Bye Bye Empire parody of “Bye Bye Blackbird”Charlie & his Orchestra 1941big band working for the Nazi propaganda ministry
The Blue DanubePat Flowers 1945Detroit-based pianist and Fats Waller devotee
Mack the Knifefrom Kurt Weill & Bertolt Brecht’sDie Dreigroschenoper 1928performed by the Contemporary Chamber Ensembleunder the direction of Arthur Weisberg
On a Slow Boat to ChinaAl Hibbler 1956bracingly backed by the Jack Pleis Orchestra
GarbagePete Seeger 1979written in 1969 by Bill Steele
Money, Money, MoneySlim Gaillard Trio 1947with pianist Dodo Marmarosa& bassist Bam Brown
St. Louis BluesJaki Byard Trio 1967with bassist David Izenzon& Elvin Jones playing the tympani!
It Hurts So Goodplayed by St. Louis trombonist Ike Rodgers & barrelhouse pianist Henry Brown 1929with spoken encouragements by Alice Moore
Meningitis BluesMemphis Minnie with the Memphis Jug Band 1930
Bring Me Flowers While I’m LivingPeetie Wheatstraw 1941
Pay DayMississippi John Hurt 1966
Interview with Mr. MartinWilliam S. Burroughs 1963backed by Ry Cooder’ssoundtrack from Paris Texas
I’ve Got You Under My SkinCharlie Parker 1954
Muskrat RambleHumphrey Lyttelton’s Paseo Band 1953with a brace of live bongos!