The Old Dingy Jukebox

Episode #20- Just Good Records "Humdingers, Monkeys and Crooked Yodels"

May 24, 2021 Christian Gallo Episode 20
The Old Dingy Jukebox
Episode #20- Just Good Records "Humdingers, Monkeys and Crooked Yodels"
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The Old Dingy Jukebox
Episode #20- Just Good Records "Humdingers, Monkeys and Crooked Yodels"
May 24, 2021 Episode 20
Christian Gallo

Today’s episode features some of my favorite records. Records that make me smile. Not necessarily records that make me laugh or chuckle, although those are here, but also records that simply make me smile, and shake my head. Make me smile in a sense of just how unusual or cool these records are. More like a shake my head in wonderment type of a smile. Hope you enjoy this episode of the Old Dingy Jukebox Podcast: Records That Make Me Smile: Humdingers, Monkeys, Biscuits and Crooked yodels.  Please subscribe to the show if you haven't done so already and share with family and friends. Also, please go take a visit to the show's website olddingyjukebox.com and have a look around. Thanks for listening and I hope you enjoy the show.


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  1. R. Crumb and his Cheap Suit Serenaders- “Fine Artiste Blues” 1976
  2. Billy Jack Wills and his Western Swing Band- “Cattle Call” 1951
  3. Al Hopkins and his Buckle Busters-’Ride That Mule” 1927
  4. Mississippi Fred McDowell and Hunter’s Chapel Singers “Lay My Burden Down” 1966
  5. Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers “Monkey On A String” 1926
  6. The Farmer Boys “Humdinger” 1955
  7. The Georgia Sea Island Singers “Before This Time Another Year” 1959
  8. Bernie Cummins “Mysterious Mose” 1930
  9. The Hall Brothers “Little Mo-Hee” 1937
  10. Django Reinhardt and the Hot Club of France “Sweet Georgia Brown” 1938
  11. Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys “Roly Poly”
  12. Chris Bouchillion “The Medicine Show” 1927
  13. Charlie Parker “Rabbit Chase” 1927
  14. Sister O.M. Terrell “Going To that City To Die No More” 1953
  15. Big Tweed “That One Girl At The Bar” 2009

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Show Notes

Today’s episode features some of my favorite records. Records that make me smile. Not necessarily records that make me laugh or chuckle, although those are here, but also records that simply make me smile, and shake my head. Make me smile in a sense of just how unusual or cool these records are. More like a shake my head in wonderment type of a smile. Hope you enjoy this episode of the Old Dingy Jukebox Podcast: Records That Make Me Smile: Humdingers, Monkeys, Biscuits and Crooked yodels.  Please subscribe to the show if you haven't done so already and share with family and friends. Also, please go take a visit to the show's website olddingyjukebox.com and have a look around. Thanks for listening and I hope you enjoy the show.


Donate to the podcast: https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US

Website: https://www.olddingyjukebox.com/home

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/olddingyjukeboxpodcast

Instagram: @olddingyjukeboxpodcast

E-mail: [email protected]

  1. R. Crumb and his Cheap Suit Serenaders- “Fine Artiste Blues” 1976
  2. Billy Jack Wills and his Western Swing Band- “Cattle Call” 1951
  3. Al Hopkins and his Buckle Busters-’Ride That Mule” 1927
  4. Mississippi Fred McDowell and Hunter’s Chapel Singers “Lay My Burden Down” 1966
  5. Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers “Monkey On A String” 1926
  6. The Farmer Boys “Humdinger” 1955
  7. The Georgia Sea Island Singers “Before This Time Another Year” 1959
  8. Bernie Cummins “Mysterious Mose” 1930
  9. The Hall Brothers “Little Mo-Hee” 1937
  10. Django Reinhardt and the Hot Club of France “Sweet Georgia Brown” 1938
  11. Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys “Roly Poly”
  12. Chris Bouchillion “The Medicine Show” 1927
  13. Charlie Parker “Rabbit Chase” 1927
  14. Sister O.M. Terrell “Going To that City To Die No More” 1953
  15. Big Tweed “That One Girl At The Bar” 2009

Support the show (https://paypal.me/christiangallo1?locale.x=en_US)