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Various - Theme Time Radio Hour With Bob Dylan: Baseball album

Various - Theme Time Radio Hour With Bob Dylan: Baseball album Performer: Various
Title: Theme Time Radio Hour With Bob Dylan: Baseball
Style: Boogie Woogie, Rockabilly, Rhythm & Blues, Big Band, Spoken Word, Rock & Roll, Country, Bop, Contemporary Jazz, Honky Tonk, Country Blues
Date of release: 2006
Size MP3: 1400 mb
Size FLAC: 1956 mb
Rating: 4.9

Theme Time Radio Hour (TTRH) is a weekly, one-hour satellite radio show hosted by Bob Dylan originally airing from May 2006 to April 2009.

Reflection Rainy Day Drinking. The first episode of Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour aired on May 3, 2006 and featured Dylan as a 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 were. woven around a single theme, were a fascinating tour through roots and urban music in all of its forms

Design – Coco Shinomiya. Engineer – Rob Shread. Hosted By – Bob Dylan. Mastered By – Duncan Cowell. Other – Eddie Gorodetsky. Box Set containing three volumes ("seasons") of 2 CD compilations. Each of the 2 CD compilations is issued in a slim double jewel case together with a 48-page booklet housed in a cardboard sleeve.

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Sirius XM Radio Inc. are expanding Bob Dylan’s award-winning Theme Time Radio Hour show to open up multiple hours of uninterrupted listening on The Spectrum channel. Starting on Sunday, February 8th, Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour will air on The Spectrum (Sirius channel 18 and XM channel 45) for four uninterrupted hours from 4-8pm ET. The weekly four-hour additional programming will kick off with an encore of the new show that debuted on Deep Tracks (Sirius channel 16 and XM channel 40) that prior Wednesday

Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour - Best Of The Second Series. 50 more tracks drawn from Bob Dylan's third season of Theme Time Radio Hour and once more it is as eclectic a mix of music as you'll find anywhere. Spanning 76 years, it contains artists as diverse as Roy Rogers, Bobby "Blue" Bland, Nirvana, Toots & the Maytals, Laura Cantrell, the Mississippi Sheiks - shuffle that lot on your iPod.

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Baseball 60:27
1 Bob Dylan Take Me Out To The Ball Game
2 The Skeletons Take Me Out To The Ball Game
3 Mabel Scott Baseball Boogie
4 Chance Halladay Home Run
5 Johnny Darling Baseball Baby
6 Lawrence Ferlinghetti Baseball Canto
7 Cowboy Copas Three Strikes And You're Out
8 "Sister" Wynona Carr* The Ball Game
9 Buddy Johnson And His Orchestra Did You See Jackie Robinson Hit That Ball?
10 Les Brown And His Orchestra Jolton' Joe DiMaggio
11 Billy Bragg & Wilco Joe DiMaggio's Done It Again
12 Teddy Brannon Orchestra Don Newcomb Really Throws That Ball
13 Sonny Rollins Newk's Fadeaway
14 The Treniers With Willie Mays Say Hey (The Willie Mays Song)
15 Sam Bush The Wizard Of Oz
16 Ry Cooder 3rd Base, Dodger Stadium
17 Russ Brown , Jimmie Komack*, Nathaniel Frey, Albert Lineville Heart


  • Hosted By – Bob Dylan
  • Producer – Eddie Gorodetsky, Jeff Rosen


Although the tracks are numbered here, the disc is really one "continuous track" with NO breaks, you either listen to it "whole", or for as long as you can stand it, which is loaded with great songs from the 1940s & 1950s, with some recent tracks from Ry Cooder & Billy Bragg & Wilco.

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  • Barcode: 8 2876-89194-2 2
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"Don Newcomb Really Throws That Ball" was a big early Jamaican sound system record, known as "Strike One" when originally played by Coxsone.