Podcast by Hannah B
ERER007: The Bakersfield Sound with Robert E. Price
In which we compare midcentury Bakersfield to Paris in the 1920s, discuss how to build a music scene, and hear a song sung by a truck. See everyrecordeverrecorded.com for more Bakersfield Sound resources!
+ George Rich, "Drivin' Away My Blues"
+ Nathan Judd, "The Answer to the Greenback Dollar"
+ Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys, "Get Along Home, Cindy"
+ Captain Sacto theme song
+ Cousin Herb Henson, "You'all Come"
+ Patsy Cline, "Crazy"
+ Buck Owens and the Buckaroos, "Act Naturally"
+ Buck Owens and the Buckaroos, "Love's Gonna Live Here"
+ Buck Owens and the Buckaroos, "My Heart Skips a Beat"
+ Buck Owens and the Buckaroos, "Together Again"
+ Buck Owens and the Buckaroos, "I Don't Care (Just As Long As You Love Me)"
+ Buck Owens and the Buckaroos, "I've Got a Tiger By the Tail"
+ "Before You Go"
+ "Only You (Can Break My Heart)"
+ "Waitin' In Your Welfare Line"
+ "Think of Me"
+ "Open Up Your Heart"
+ "Where Does the Good Times Go"
+ "Sam's Place"
+ "Your Tender Loving Care"
+ "It Takes People Like You (To Make People Like Me)"
+ "How Long Will My Baby Be Gone"
+ "I've Got a Tiger By the Tail"
+ The Carter Family, "Can the Circle Be Unbroken"
+ William McEwan, "Will the Circle Be Unbroken"
+ The Silver Leaf Quartette, "Will the Circle Be Unbroken"
+ The Carter Family, "Little Darlin' Pal of Mine"
+ The Carter Family, "Sad and Lonesome Day"
+ Lesley Riddle, "One Kind Favor"
+ Buck Owens and the Buckaroos, "Ain't It Amazing, Gracie"
+ The Ventures, "Walk, Don't Run"
+ The Lemon Pipers, "Green Tambourine"
+ The Maddox Brothers and Rose, "George's Playhouse"
+ "The Nightingale Song"
+ "I'll Make Sweet Love to You"
+ "Will There Be Any Stars In My Crown"
+ "New Step It Up and Go"
+ "Philadelphia Lawyer"
+ Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys, "Sugar Moon"
+ Bud Hobbs, "Louisiana Swing"
+ Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies, "Takin' Off"
+ Lefty Frizzell, "If You've Got the Money, I've Got the Time"
+ Bill Woods and His Orange Blossom Playboys, "Have I Got a Chance With You?"
+ Jean Shepherd and Ferlin Husky, "A Dear John Letter"
+ Ferlin Husky, "Gone"
+ Merle Haggard, "Sing a Sad Song"
+ Merle Haggard, "Swinging Doors"
+ Bonnie Owens, "Lie a Little"
+ Merle Haggard, "Today I Started Loving You Again"
+ Mamie Smith "Crazy Blues"
+ Saul Ho'opi'i Trio, "Lehua"
+ Jimmie Rodgers, "Blue Yodel #9"
+ DeFord Bailey, "John Henry"
+ Ruth Brown, "Wild Wild Young Men"
+ Rose Maddox, "Wild Wild Young Men"
+ Hank Penny, "Bloodshot Eyes"
+ Wynonie Harris, "Bloodshot Eyes"
+ Patsy Cline, "Your Cheatin' Heart"
+ Ray Charles, "Your Cheatin' Heart"
+ Buck Owens, "Streets of Bakersfield"
+ Dwight Yoakam and Buck Owens, "Streets of Bakersfield"
+ Antonio Aguilar, "El Ojo de Vidrio"
+ Woody Guthrie, "Billy the Kid"
+ Linda Ronstadt, "Palomita de Ojos Negros"
+ Ernest Tubb, "Thanks a Lot"
+ Jose Alfredo Jimenez, "El Rey"
+ The Maddox Brothers and Rose, "Shimmy Shakin' Daddy"
+ Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, "Don't Be Ashamed of Your Age"
+ Luis Perez Meza, "Cuando Salgo a Los Campos"
+ Tommy Collins, "You Better Not Do That"
+ Wanda Jackson, "I Gotta Know"
+ Wanda Jackson, "Honey Bop"
+ Billy Mize, "Who Will Buy the Wine"
+ Red Simpson, "I'm a Truck"
+ The Derailers, "The Right Place"
+ Dale Watson, "I Lie When I Drink"
+ Dave Alvin, "Black Rose of Texas"
+ The Mavericks, "All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down"
+ The Flying Burrito Brothers, "Sin City"
+ JT Kanehira, "Country Music Makes Me So Happy"
+ Sturgill Simpson, "Life of Sin"
+ Albion Country Band, "Hanged I Shall Be"
+ A.L. Lloyd, "The Oxford Tragedy"
+ Shirley and Dolly Collins, "The Oxford Girl"
+ Phoebe Smith "Wexport Girl"
+ Harry Cox, "Ekefield Town"
+ Marybird McAllister, "The Bloody Miller"
+ Fields Ward, "The Lexington Murder"
+ Arthur and Gid Tanner, "The Knoxville Girl"
+ Fred Ross, "The Waco Girl"
+ The Outlaws, "Knoxville Girl"
+ Merle Haggard, "Kern River"
ERER006: Opera with Greg Freed
An introduction to opera! In which Hannah and guest expert Greg Freed discuss music as math homework, the excitement of "wrong" singing, Lawrence Tibbett's forehead, and the proper way to insult one's seatmates at the Met. See everyrecordeverrecorded.com for more opera notes!
PLAYED ON THE SHOW:
PLAYED ON THE SHOW:
- Christine Goerke, "Allein, Weh, ganz allein" from Elektra, Dresden, 2014 (Richard Strauss)
- The Consort of Musicke, "Fantasia a 6 (no. 2)" (William Byrd)
- Ton Koopman, "Fuga in G (BWV 578)" (Johann Sebastian Bach)
- The Academy of Ancient Music, Symphony no. 40 in G minor, first movement (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
- Boston Symphony Orchestra, Symphony no. 5 in C minor, first movement (Ludwig von Beethoven)
- Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Symphony no. 9 in D minor, first movement (Ludwig von Beethoven)
- BBC Symphony Orchestra, "IV. Peripetie, Sehr rasch" from Five Pieces for Orchestra (Arnold Schönberg)
- London Philharmonic Orchestra, "Mortal cosa son io" from Il Ritorno di Ulisse in Patria (Claudio Monteverdi)
- Concerto Vocale, "Mortal cosa son io" from Il Ritorno di Ulisse in Patria (Claudio Monteverdi)
- Jessye Norman, "Mild und leise wie er lächelt" from Tristan und Isolde (Richard Wagner)
- Franco Faggioli, "Vo solcando un mar crudele" from Artaserse (Leonardo Vinci) (nope, different guy)
- Budapest Philharmonic, "Dance of the Blessed Spirits" from Orfeo ed Euridice (Christoph Willibald Gluck)
- Lawrence Brownlee, "Un'aura amorosa" from Cosi Fan Tutte (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
- Lucia Popp, "Der Hölle Rache" from The Magic Flute (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
- Rockwell Blake, "D'ogni più sacro impegno" from L'Occasione Fa Il Ladro (Gioacchino Rossini)
- Leyla Gencer and Shirley Verrett, "Figlia impura di Bolena" from Maria Stuarda (Gaetano Donizetti)
- Franco Corelli from Poliuto (Gaetano Donizetti)
- Kiri te Kanawa, "Aria from Salammbo" (Bernard Herrmann)
- Elmer Fudd, "Kill the Wabbit" from What's Opera, Doc? (Chuck Jones, Michael Maltese and Richard Wagner)
- Lawrence Tibbett, "Leb wohl, du kühnes herrliches Kind" from Die Walküre (Richard Wagner)
- Leonie Rysanek, "Entweihte Götter!" from Lohengrin (Richard Wagner)
- Lilli Lehmann, "Non mi dir" from Don Giovanni (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
- Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, "Humming Chorus" from Madama Butterfly (Giacomo Puccini)
- Sorasit D Guzheng, "Mo Li Hua"
- Celine Dion and Song Zuying, "Mo Li Hua," live in China, 2013
- Choeurs, "Là, Sui Monte Dell' Est" from Turandot, Avignon, France, 2012 (Giacomo Puccini)
- Maria Callas, first entrance in "Tosca," Metropolitan Opera House, New York, 1965 (Giacomo Puccini)
- Maria Callas, finale of Act 2 of "Aida," Mexico, 1950 (Giuseppe Verdi)
- Ghena Dimitrova, "Gloria, gloria, o vincitore!" from Turandot, (Giacomo Puccini)
- Inge Borkh, "Barak, ich hab' es nicht getan!," from Die Frau Ohne Schatten (Richard Strauss)
- Wiener Philharmoniker, "Mondscheinmusik" from Capriccio (Richard Strauss)
- Edo de Waart and the Orchestra of St Luke, "It Seems So Strange" from Nixon in China (John Adams)
- Trudy Ellen Craney, "I Am the Wife of Mao Tse-Tung"
- Wiener Philharmoniker, "Act 2 Interlude" from Pelleas et Melisande (Claude Debussy)
- Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, "As with rosy steps the morn" from Theodora (George Frideric Handel)
ERER005: Women's Textile Songs and Ritual Magic with Kristine Barrett
It's episode 5 of Every Record Ever Recorded podcast! In which Hannah and guest Kristine Barrett tease out the threads connecting the voice and magic, spinning and the other world, art and power, weaving and polyphony....
ERER004: Dhrupad with Zain Dossani
It's Every Record Ever Recorded podcast, episode 4! In which Hannah and guest expert Zain Dossani explore the cyclical nature of the universe, the philosophy of "in tune" versus "out of tune," and feeling the vibrations in your body, by way of illuminating the ancient art of Hindustani classical music in the modern day.
Check out everyrecordeverrecorded.com for links for further exploration of dhrupad, and more episodes of Every Record Ever Recorded about other musical genres.
Ramakant and Umakant Gundecha, of course
HEARD ON THE SHOW:
Opening credits: Umakant and Ramakant Gundecha, vocals
Akhilesh Gundecha, pakhawaj
Sanjiv Jha and Amit Sharma, tanpura
From the album Dhrupad Mala Vol. 1:
Alap in raga Bhoopali
Umakant and Ramakant Gundecha, vocals
Akhilesh Gundecha, pakhawaj
Pushparaj Koshti, surbahar
Manik Mund, pakhawaj
From the album Temple Voices:
Bandish in slow chautal "Pratham sharira gyan xlad bhed teen stham"
Bandish in fast sultal 'Murat man bhaye sundara saloni'
Closing credits: Umakant and Ramakant Gundecha, vocals
Nirant Gundecha and Amita Sinha, tanpura
From the album A Tribute to Tansen:
"Tero Bal Pratap" in raga gujari todi
ERER003: Vintage Romani Vocal Music with Eva Salina
In which Eva and Hannah discuss the thrills and perils of cultural exchange, the correct time of day to listen to songs that make you cry, and why brass band swagger is the international language. Check out everyrecordeverrecorded.com for a streamable playlist, useful vocab words and more!
COVER STAR: Šaban Bajramović in full heartthrob mode
SONGS PLAYED ON THE SHOW:
opening credits: Vida Pavlović, "Ostala je pesma moje"
Esma Redžepova, "Romano Horo"
Gasi Nehat, "Ušti đum daje bre rano sabalje"
Šaban Bajramović, "Kada Zvona Zvone"
Ramuš Ramuši, "Prijatelstvo"
Sudhir Kumar and Sushil Kumar, "Jaane Walon Zara (Dosti)"
Emina Hadri, "Gelum ko bijav daje"
Trajko Ajdarević Tahir, "Mo Rom Taljigasi"
Trajko Ajdarević Tahir, "Ĉera Dale Ĉera Mamo"
Vida Pavlović, "Dema Miro"
Vida Pavlović, "Tusa naklem baro paj"
Šaban Bajramović, "Bunaresoro o kapaka"
Dzansever, "Kemano bašal e romenge"
Hossam Ramzy, "Khosara Khosara"
Dzansever, "Borikani Gili"
Šaban Bajramović, "Avaj avaj mo ĉavo"
end credits: Eva Salina, "O Zvonija Marena"
ERER002: Industrial with Kevin NO!
In which the klangs of the factory and the howlings of our psyches come together to produce music! Which you can dance to, weep to, or play while you throw a bunch of metal objects down the stairs.
Listen to Kevin's group NO! at https://onno.bandcamp.com/ , and email him at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will make you an industrial mix tape!
Read S. Alexander Reed's "Assimilate" for exploration of industrial music!
Read Judith Lewis Herman's "Trauma and Recovery" for exploration of your psyche!
Watch "Industrial Soundtrack for the Urban Decay" for lots of interviews with people working in industrial music in the UK in the 1980s!
Read The Industrial Culture Handbook, "a classic in punkhouse bathrooms for 25 years" which contains interviews with prominent industrialists!
HEARD ON THE SHOW:
Opening credits: Throbbing Gristle, "Hot on the Heels of Love"
John Cage, "Imaginary Landscape #1"
Throbbing Gristle, "Six Six Sixties"
Laibach, "How the West Was Won"
Clock DVA, "Uncertain"
Coil, "Love's Secret Domain"
Z'ev, "Elemental" side A
Martin Denny, "Quiet Village"
Kraftwerk, "Trans-Europe Express"
Can, "Oh Yeah"
Deutsch-Amerikanische Freundschaft, "Sex Unter Wasser"
Shannon, "Let the Music Play"
Janet Jackson, "Control"
Janet Jackson, "When I Think of You"
Bell Biv Devoe, "Poison"
Depeche Mode, "I Just Can't Get Enough"
Depeche Mode, "To Have and To Hold"
Front 242, "Welcome to Paradise"
Revolting Cocks, "Beers, Steers and Queers"
Ministry, "The Land of Rape and Honey"
Wolfsheim, "Find You're Gone"
Skinny Puppy, "Morpheus Laughing"
Nitzer Ebb, "Join in the Chant"
Einstürzende Neubauten, "Styropor"
Einstürzende Neubauten, "Abfackeln!"
Einstürzende Neubauten, "Hospitalistiche Kinder - Engel der Vernichtung"
Einstürzende Neubauten, "Thirsty Animal"
Einstürzende Neubauten, "Armenia"
Le Tigre, "Don't Drink Poison"
Drab Majesty, "The Other Side"
Closing credits: And One, "Deutschmaschine"
Unique and excellent
I came to this podcast via the East European Folklife Center listserv. The show is wonderful: a thorough, engrossing look at disparate musical cultures through expert lenses and interesting discussion. I love being able to learn more and listen further based on the extensive notes for each episode on the website. Thank you so much, Hannah, for producing such an excellent, high-caliber show!
Love this show!
This show has already turned me on to so much new music - the industrial episode led me on an unlikely and very interesting journey into Latin freestyle. Keep up the good work!