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Theme Time Radio Hour 3 with Bob Dylan
0. DISC 1:
1. 36-22-36 [From Show 85 "Numbers 11 & Up"] - Bobby "Blue" Bland (mono)
2. Bring It on Home Grandma [From Show 96 "Family Circle"] - Cliff Bruner & The Texas Wanderers (mono)
3. Payday [From Show 86 "Work"] - Jesse Winchester
4. I'm Nuts About Screwy Music [From Show 90 "Madness"] - Jimmie Lunceford & His Orchestra (mono)
5. Monkey, The (Speaks His Mind) [From Show 97 "Noah's Ark"] - Dave Bartholomew (mono)
6. Little Sister [From Show 96 "Family Circle"] - Elvis Presley
7. I Can't Work No Longer [From Show 86 "Work"] - Billy Butler & the Enchanters
8. It's Nothing to Me [From Show 87 "Nothing"] - Sanford Clark (mono)
9. Bucket O Blood [From Show 80 "Blood"] - Big Boy Grooves (mono)
10. W-P-L-J [From Show 82 "Fruit"] - The 4 Deuces (mono)
11. Go Now [From Show 100 "Goodbye"] - Bessie Banks (mono)
12. So Like Candy [From Show 93 "Sugar & Candy"] - Elvis Costello
13. Lust of the Blood [From Show 80 "Blood"] - Jerry Lee Lewis (mono)
14. In the Night [From Show 78 "Night"] - Professor Longhair (mono)
15. Twisted [From Show 90 "Madness"] - Annie Ross (mono)
16. Little Sadie [From Show 99 "Clearance Sale"] - Clarence Ashley (mono)
17. You Got to Have a Job (If You Don't Work, You Can't Eat) [From Show 86 "Work"] - Marva Whitney/The J.B.'s (mono)
18. That's What They Want [From Show 76 "Money"] - Jerry McCain & His Upstarts (mono)
19. 54-46 That's My Number [From Show 85 "Numbers 11 & Up"] - The Maytals (mono)
20. Where the Sweet Old Oranges Grow [From Show 82 "Fruit"] - Sam Montgomery (mono)
21. 14th Street [From Show 83 "Street Map"] - Laura Cantrell
22. Bye Bye Blues [From Show 100 "Goodbye"] - Oscar Alemn (mono)
23. Shake Sugarfree [From Show 93 "Sugar and Candy"] - Elizabeth Cotten (mono)
24. Forever Night Shade Mary [From Show 78 "Night"] - Latin Playboys
25. Something Cool [From Show 88 "Something"] - June Christy (mono)
0. DISC 2:
1. This Is the End [From Show 79 "Beginning, Middle, End"] - Buddy Guy (mono)
2. I Fought the Law [From Show 92 "Cops & Robbers"] - The Crickets (mono)
3. Nickel and a Nail [From Show 99 "Clearance Sale"], A - O.V. Wright
4. No Love, No Nothin' [From Show 87 "Nothing"] - Marlene Dietrich (mono)
5. Sweet Gene Vincent [From Show 84 "Famous People"] - Ian Dury/The Blockheads
6. Where You At? [From Show 94 "Questions"] - Lloyd Price (mono)
7. So Long, Good Luck and Goodbye [From Show 100 "Goodbye"] - Weldon Rogers & the Teen Kings (mono)
8. Strut That Thing [From Show 99 "Clearance Sale"] - Cripple Clarence Lofton (mono)
9. Money [From Show 76 "Money"] - Mel Blanc (mono)
10. Don't You Lie to Me [From Show 95 "Truth & Lies"] - Fats Domino (mono)
11. Jack Palance [From Show 84 "Faous People"] - Mighty Sparrow (mono, featuring Cyril Diaz Orchestra)
12. Nice Work If You Can Get It [From Show 86 "Work"] - Sarah Vaughan (mono, featuring Miles Davis)
13. Man with One Million Dollars [From Show 85 "Numbers 11 & Up"], A - Joe Mooney Quartet (mono)
14. La Muerte de Fred Gomez Carrasco [From Show 92 "Cops & Robbers"], La - Los Socios de San Antonio (mono)
15. (Like Me) You'll Recover on Time [From Show 90 "Madness"] - Johnny Paycheck (mono)
16. Blood [From Show "Blood"], The - The Zion Travelers (mono)
17. Way You Look Tonight [From Show 78 "Night"], The - Fred Astaire (mono, featuring The Oscar Peterson Group)
18. And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda [From Show 81 "War"] - Eric Bogle
19. Baby Mine [From Show 97 "Noah's Ark"] - Was (Not Was)/Bonnie Raitt
20. Nite Life [From Show 78 "Night"] - Willie Nelson (mono)
21. I've Got Blood in My Eyes for You [From Show 80 "Blood"] - Mississippi Sheiks (mono)
22. Brother John [From Show 96 "Family Circle"] - The Wild Tchoupitoulas
23. Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge on Seattle [From Show 90 "Madness"] - Nirvana
24. So Long, It's Been Good To Know Yuh (Dusty Old Dust) [From Show 100 "Goodby"] - Woody Guthrie (mono)
25. Happy Trails [From Show 91 "Happiness"] - Dale Evans/Roy Rogers (mono, featuring Frank Worth & His Orchestra)
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): CDCH21270
Eddie Gorodetsky; Jeff Rosen; Roger Armstrong
Liner Note Authors: Colin Escott; Gavin Martin; Rick Coleman; David Grisman; Lavinia Greenlaw; Dean Rudland; Dick Shurman; Garth Cartwright; Malcolm Baumgart; Ken Hunt; Peter Silverton; Hal Willner; Mike Hobart; Fred Dellar; Jon Newey; John P. Dixon; Jim Dawson; John Broven; Ady Croasdell; Gdansk Poland; Alec Palao; Mike Cooper; Ned Sublette ; Andrew Sandoval; Pat Boone; Paul Oliver; Rob Bowman; Rob Finnis; Roger Armstrong; Steve Barrow; Tony Rounce; Tony Russell; Trevor Churchill; Vivien Goldman; Will Birch; Elvis Costello; Billy Bragg; Tim Rice; Billy Vera; Richie Unterberger; Max Decharne; Sue Steward; Martin Goggin.
Editor: Peter Silverton.
Photographers: Phil Smee; Ate Van Delden; Bob Dunham; David Gahr; Frank Driggs; Chris Gabrin; William Gottlieb; Gerald Seligman ; Frances Farmer; Keith Morris ; John Dixon; Mark D. Moss; Benny Joseph; Annie Ross; Roger Armstrong; Tony Rounce; Tony Russell.
The first episode of Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour aired on May 3, 2006 and featured Dylan as DJ spinning an eclectic mix of folk, blues, R&B, soul, rock & roll, bebop, country, and even rap drawn from his personal record collection, and aside from revealing the broad sweep of Dylan's musical interests, the shows, each of which was woven around a single theme, were a fascinating tour through roots and urban music in all of its forms. This two-disc set contains 51 tracks, and it exhibits a delightful diversity, with sides ranging from Clarence Ashley's Appalachian banjo take on "Little Sadie" to Toots & the Maytals' "54-46 That's My Number," Marlene Dietrich's "No Love, No Nothin'," and Mel Blanc's always topical "Money," an eclectic mix if there ever were one. Throw in Roy Rogers, Bobby "Blue" Bland, Nirvana, Johnny Paycheck, Elvis Costello, Fred Astaire, Oscar Peterson, and the Mississippi Sheiks, and the sheer range of Dylan's musical interests amazes with its breadth and inclusiveness. ~ Steve Leggett
Mojo (Publisher) (p.123) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "For three years, the Bard of Minnesota had his own radio show of wildly eclectic sounds of mostly 20th-century American popular music....The tunes are flawless."
Record Collector (magazine) (p.98) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The constant chopping and changing of moods, eras and methodology makes this album almost impossible to review with any sense of continuity -- which in itself defines the brilliance of the radio show."
Uncut (magazine) (p.94) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[I]n a way the rare contemporary selections are more interesting, with Costello and Nirvana among those making the Zim's playlists."
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