Monday, December 28, 2009

Blue Jean Bop-Rockin' Ed

My poor impersonation of Gene Vincent..

Popeye - Seasons Greetinks!

One of the early ones from 1933---with the original Paramount logos--and the ship's door opening--how can you go wrong

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Merry Christmas


Merry Christmas to all...and to all a goodnight!!

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Mystery Train Wreck Podcast--Teen Tunes [#2]


Number one will be coming up at a future time [when I can find it]. This show features lots of teenie type tunews from the late 50s-early 60s--there are some rockers on here though

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Blue Days Black Nights

Here is Bob Luman's unissued version form 1957- recorded for Imperial

and someone's very rare UK 1956 45 of Buddy Holly's original

Bukka White's Jitterbug Swing

This is one of my favorite blues performers. I've always liked his old 78s. This one from c. 1940 is no exception

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Dec 8th 1980-Remembering John



The world still mourns

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Three Aces and A Joker-Sleigh Bell Rock [1960]

Merry Christmas...yeah I said CHRISTMAS !!!!!

Buddy Jones- Rockin' Rollin' Mama [1939]

From the original Decca 78 RPM. One of many songs that pre-date rock n roll that mentions it in the lyrics

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Starday Hillbilly & Rockabilly #2 - Podcast


This is part 2 of the Starday Hillbilly and Rocakbilly podcast

Monday, November 23, 2009

Starday Hillbilly & Rockabilly #1 - Podcast


I'm doing my podcasts from a different source now--better quality-

This is part one of Starday-Hillbilly and Rockabilly Spinout--nice stuff here


go to this site and type in the title to find downlload link
http://www.archive.org/index.php

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Aki Aleong- Magic Lover Man [1962]

This is a 45 that I found in a junk shop. It's a nice popcorn soul stroller [I've picked up these weird terms from various British and Europ web sites]. I posted this on You Tube myslef so I thought I'd post it here!!

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Hal Harris-Jitterbop Baby

Recorded but not issued in the 50s--but that's ok!!

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight

Here is another of the old Max Fleischer Screen Song Cartoons from 1930.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Johnny Horton 78 COLUMBIA I'm A One Woman Man

Here's one off of the orignal 78

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Little Richard-Rubber Duckie

Today Sesame Street turns 40--I was in first grade when it premiered. However, I was already reading and writing and saw no need to learn any more of that..now if I could only spell..

anyway here's Little Richard in the "tubby" with his Rubber Duckie..OH SHUT UP!!!!!

Friday, November 6, 2009

Seven Foot Dilly - a 78 from 1930

I found this 78 at a flea market and sold it for 400 bucks within three hours of gettng it home. It is by Seven Foot Dilly and his Dill Pickles from 1930 on the Brunswick label. The song is Kenesaw Mountain Rag. This is my first attempt at making a video for this and putting it on You Tube--not too shabby eh??

Dorse Lewis--The Scared Coal Miner --Mexican Twist


Dorse Lewis--the Scared Coal Miner--does his big hit 'Mexican Twist"!!

Johnny T Talley-I've Changed My Wild Mind [1956]

I first heard this on the old Mercury Rocakbillies LP in the late 70s. I never get sick of hearing it, even after 30 years!!

Harmonica Frank Floyd-Rock a Little Baby [19587]


From 1958 , Frank did this as half a side--the other side was by Larry McKennon-Monkey Love. This is the better of the two songs..

Lew Williams- Something I Said [1956]


Here's some nice cool Texas rockabilly from 1956 !!!!!!!!!

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Gene Vincent- Rocky Road Blues [1963]

From a live show in Belgium comes this little goodie

Scrappy Cartoon-The Little Pest [1931]

Another rare Columbia cartoon. Here's Scrappy!!!!

Krazy Kat Cartoon-Weenie Roast [1931]

Here's an old and rare cartoon for ya. Columbia Pictures released cartoons back in the 1930S and 40s under the name SCREEN GEMS. Krazy Kat and Scrappy were once popular back then but somehow they never made TV magic in the 50s and 60s and are therefore forgotten by all but the most avid cartoon geeks like myself.

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Sceramin' Jay Hawkins

What can I say??-The original wild man hisself !!!!!!!!

Monster Mash

Bobby "Boris" Pickett's classic hit with 'real" monsters ..doing the Mash!!!

Oh You Beautiful Doll 1929 cartoon and 1958 rocker

Here's an old Max Fleischer Screen Song cartoon--follow the bouncing ball and sing along

and in 1958 the song was done rock n roll style by "Ivan" [Jery Allison of the Crickets]--it featured Buddy Holly on lead guitar and was the flip of "real Wild Child".

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Rockin' Ed with the Nocturnes

Oh No It's Me up there on You Tube

We did this at a benefit show for special needs adults. My backup band is called the Nocturnes --However, when I gues twith them we are called The Black Sheep

Friday, October 23, 2009

Johnny Horton-Cherokee Boogie [1959]

This was off of his 1959 LP that also featured his mega-hit BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS. This song was originally done by Moon Mullican and was a hit a few years back by BR 549, but this is by far my all-time favorite version.

Frank Wilson-Do I Love You [Motown 1965]

This is a very rare northern soul and Motown classic. One of the rarest records in the enitre universe!!!!!!!!

Clydie King-Missin' My Baby [1966]

Here's another great Northern Soul floater.

Spooks-2 Halloween Cartoons

What we have here are two Halloween themed cartoons. Both of these are from the golden age of animation--The first one is an early Universal production by Walter Lantz starrnig Oswald, The Lucky Rabbit, a character origally created by Walt Disney. This "Spooks is from 1930" . The second version is a 1932 production by UB Iwerks and stars Flip the Frog. Iwerks was originally part of Walt Disney's team of animators..

Soupy Sales R.I.P.

We've lost another great enterainer. Soupy Sales was best remembered for his TV series.
Here's a complete show from 1965--featuring his hit THE MOUSE


Monday, October 19, 2009

Joe Meek Story

This is a documentary abut a very strange record producer--if you thought Phil Spector was odd, check out this guy. He produced Telstar by the Tornados plus lots of other classic British hits--his work is not as well known here in the US, but many collectors still seek out his work





Friday, October 16, 2009

Blind Lemon Jefferson-Low Down Mojo Blues


From 1928. This Blind Lemon Jefferson 78 was a special issue--WOW what a nice lookin' label--good song too

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Jerry Reed-Mister Whiz [1956]

Jerry Reed recorded for Capitol during the 50s--He made some nice stuff here. This is another favorite of mine

Bob Doss- Don't Be Gone Long [1957]

On Starday 265--this has got to be one my favorite rockers

Bobby Roberts- Hop Skip & Jump [1958]

Who said the only good Memphis rockabilly rekkids only came out on SUN????

Wisdoms- Two Hearts Make One Love [1959]

Da flip side..OOOOOWEEEEEEEEEE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Wisdoms-Lost In Dreams [1959]

A nice rare doo wop 45--Matt The Cat, if you're out there you need to hear this....

Wheels- My Hearts Desire [1955] 78

Someone on You Tube has good taste..this is a classic group harmony gem

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Hasil Adkins Documentary

Here 'tis--A three part documentary on the King of Psychobilly--Hasil Adkins

By the way--it's pronounced "hassle" not "Hazel"



Check out the cat fight in part 3

Bosko's Picture Show [1933]

This is the last Looney Tunes cartoon to feature Bosko. It contains the earliest appearance of Hitler in a cartoon short--also there is a certain four-letter word uttered by Bosko. possibly the first use of that certain word in any Hollywood motion picture.

Looney Tunes: Sinkin' In The Bathtub [1930]

This is the very first Looney Tunes Cartoon from 1930 starring Bosko. Now be aware that this contains stereotypes that are no longer accepted today but back in 1930..

The original Warner Bros/Looney Tunes titles are included.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Wayne Raney--Why Don't You Haul Off And Love Me [1949]

A classic country recording--you can't play a Delmore Bros record without also putting on Wayne Raney

Delmore Brothers-Blues Stay Away From Me [1949]

One of my all-time favorite recordings

Monday, October 12, 2009

Sixty Minute Man-Dominoes [1951]

Off of the original Federal 78!!!

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Rocksteady 1967-Evans & Jerry-Tennesee Waltz

Yeah it's a corny old chestnut--Pee Wee King, Patti Page, Bobby Comstock etc.. but I like this rocksteady version from 1967-MON!!!!!!!!

Romey Rand-I'm Comin' In - mid 60s Northern Soul

never heard this one but I wanna get my own copy..

Wade Flemons-That Other Place[1964]

Another from the HERE I STAND man!!!

Wade Flemons-Watch Over Her [1964]

Now here are few choice Northern Soul/Popcorn "rekkids" for your dancing pleasure. This first one was written by Frankie Valli of the Four Seasons.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Cartoon- Hittin' The Trail [1931]

This is an early Merry Melodies cartoon from 1931. Be Warned!!!!!!!! THIS IS NOT POLITICALLY CORRECT BY TODAY'S STANDARDS BUT IT IS WHAT IT IS FROM THAT TIME PERIOD.
This is the first time I've seen this full length and uncut. The warner Bros screen titles are intact.

Cartoon- Kitty From Kansas City [1931]

This one from the Fleischer Studios/Paramount Pictures has Betty Boop along with Rudy Vallee--follow the bouncing ball

Cartoon-Ants In The Plants [1940]

From Max Fleischer Studios...

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Billy Adams-Rock Pretty Mama [1958]

Off the Quincy label--from Kentucky--this one cooks!!!!!!!!

Jerry Engler- Sputnik [1957]

Flying all around the world..with that crazy satellite girl!!!

Watch it spin--without the center adaptor

Bill Flagg- Go Cat Go [1956]

Here's anotehr one--great rockabilly sound!!!!!!!

Junior Thompson-Mama's Little Baby [1956]


Here's a little sump'n fer ya today!!!!!!!!

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Freddie Hart


Here's Freddie Hasrt's original of Deke Dickerson's Song....

Deke Dickerson-Snatch It and Grab It

Deke is perhaps one of the best of the newer rockabilly cats [as in post-Stray Cats]This is his version of the old Freddie Hart tune.........

Elvis-Baby Let's Play House [1956]

Off the Dorsey Brothers Show..

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Cliff Richard-Move It [1958]

A Classic rocker from the UK. It's amazing that with all his worldwide success, he never made it here in the US.

Patsy Ann Noble- Good Lookin' Boy [1961]

Another Aussie singer. You'll notice that whoever posted this uses the UK pressing _ I Don't think it was issued in the U.S.

Col Joye-Aussie Rockabilly

This guy I guess is the Aussie Elvis. I found out that his name was Col--not Colonel. Anyway, this is good stuff

Monday, September 28, 2009

Ray Vict-We Gonna Bop Stop Rock

Down in Lake Charles Lousiaina they got this thing called......

Tracey Pendarvis-One Of These Days [1959]

Trascy Pendarvis-All You Gotta Do [1959]

nice rockabilly platter

Life Of The Party [1935]

Short subject released by Educational Pictures--the stars of this production are The Cabin Kids--the group that starred in several Little Rascasls / Our Gang shorts and appeared in one of Gene Autry's B-westerns

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Searching For Old Paramount Blues Records

The most valuable record label ever----even more valuable than SUN!!!

Find out what happend to these classic 78s


Chuck Berry at 83

Looks like he's still able to deliver the goods--and at 83 HE CAN STILL DO THE DUCKWALK !!!!!!!!!!!!!..he's playing a Fender Strat as well...first time I'vde ever seen him play anything but his trademark Gibson

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Sonny James-Apache [vocal version]

Yes..there was a vocal version of the Shadows/Jorgen Ingmann hit

Eddie Cochran-Cotton Picker

From an obscure movie called UNTAMED YOUTH. If anybody knows where I can find this movie.............

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

The Four Pennies-Juliet

Not all of the British Invasion groups were successful in invading the US charts..this one is a prime example. The Four Pennies had this one hit--it was issued on the PHILIPS label here but the label was too busy promting the FOUR SEASONS and let this records slip by....

Buckinghams-Don't You Care [1967]

Again from 1967, this was live on the Smothers Brothers Show--the vocals are done live over the instrumental track-that's why there's an echo effect.

Jerry Butler-Giving Up On Love [1964]


Time to meelow out from all that screamin' rockabilly..........so here's a neat little gem from 1964--issued on VEE JAY here in the US, but I found this nice label shot of the UK 45 on Stateside..

Sid Silver- Bumble Rumble [c. 1957]


This is a rare one--and I've put it up for red Neckerson who like the Bill Woods 45
go to You Tube to check out more of thedse goodies

Mack Vickey-Drive In

ANother Sun unissued treasure--now this one would've gotten Sam Phillips in a bit of hot water as the song is bascially a rip-off of Don Gibson'd I AIN'T A STUDYING YOU BABY !!!!

Jimmy Haggett-How Come You Do Me

now this one....was not issued in the 50s and when it was ished on a SUN comp--it was mistakenly credited to Junior Thompson!!!!!!!!!

Glenn Honeycutt-All Night Rock

....and again another unissued gem

Dean Beard-Rock Aroujnd The Town

Dean Beard--from Texas--he later joined the Champs !!!!!!!!!!!
His best 45s were Rakin' and Scrapin' and Party Party on Atlantic but this burner was another unissued SUN goodie

Narvel Felts--My Babe

This one kils Little Walter====and I don't say that too much since I'm always one to give the original full credit..nbut it DOES kill Dale Hawkins!!!!!!!!!

and this one was never issued in the 50s

Jimmy Wages-Miss Pearl

This one did get issued on a limited bootleg 45 in the late 70s-or early 80s

Jimmy Wages

one from c. 1957--never issued in the 50s

Jack Earls-Crawdad Hole SUN UNISSUED

Here's asome great unissued SUN rockabilly

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Jitterbuggin' Baby-David Ray [1959]


Cool rockin' platter..

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Kanui & Lula-Oua Oua 1930s Hawaiian

Wow they were actually recording rockabilly in Hawaii back then--LOL!!

Red Raven Records 1950s



I'd seen these things around but never knew just exactly what they did. I guess you had to have had a special type of record player to play these on, with a mirror attached to the top.

These played at 78 RPM which is why the first part of this video sounds like someone on drugs.

Tennessee Thompson-Slippin a a Slidin'

Little Richard wasn;t the only one to do Slippin' and Slidin'
not the same song but a goodie just the same...

Al Urban-Won't Tell You Her Name [1958]

from the SARG label in south Texas comes this gem..

Bill Woods-Phone Me Baby

cool rockabilly from 1957.

Jim Lowe-Rock a Chicka [1957]

Here's a nice one--from the Green Door guy...

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Mary Travers-RIP [Peter Paul and Mary]

Another great artist has left us--I'm not going to get into any political discussion here--just remember her for what she sang...that's why I chose this song to present.

RIP Mary

Vera Lynn--Number 1 UK at 92!

Vera Lynn---one of England's greatest singers, has reached the numbe one position in the UK with a greatest hits compilation--at 92 years of age making her the oldest artist to reach that point. Here in the US , her biugesty hit was 1952's "Auf Wiedersehn Sweetheart"--however, this is one of her most remembered hits...

Monday, September 14, 2009

Pharoahs-Teenagers Love Song [1957]

No this ain't Sam the Sham--but this group is certianly no sham--it's got Richard Berry on the second bridge

Chanters-My My Darling

Another great doo wop 45-

The Squires--Venus [1956]

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Magical Mystery Train Wreck

The Beatles from 1967. This was a train wreck according to most Beatles fans--I actually liked it when I first saw it in the 1980s..and I still do..







Hank Mizzell-I'm Ready

The Flip side of Jungle Rock..
Ray Taylor--My Hamtramck Baby [1959] cool rocker!!

Now you can download this...

http://www.vidtomp3.com/

convert you tube audio to Mp3

Jivin' Gene- Breakin' Up IS Hard To Do

A completely different song from Neil Sedaka

This is a classic Swamp pop song from 1959--

Smokey Robinson and the Miracles

Check this out .. this is their big hit TRACKS OF MY TEARS...Acapella!!

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Wynonie Harris-Lovin' Machine



cool stuff--1951 King records

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Beatles-Rock Band

Here is that new game--you can actually be a memeber of Dr Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club.......I love the Fab Four but hey..isn't this going a bit far????

I supposed if you are player #1 You are John..does this come with a bullet proof vest??

Buddy Holly -Backwards Masking

Listen closely......LOL

Monday, September 7, 2009

Rockabilly-Art Adams

Here..check this out--some nice authentic rockabilly fromm 1958 or so.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Betty Boop- Dizzy Red Riding Hood [1931]

An early Betty Boop cartoon-- produced by Max and Dave Fleischer and released by Paramount Pictures. Pretty risque stuff.....and check out the joke at 4:17...Non PC at it's best!!!!

Cartoon: In The Bag -Humphrey Bear

I have't posted any cartoons lately, so I decided to pick one from the 50s--and a Disney cartoon to boot!! So stupid it's funny..Humphrey the Bear!!. You'll notice that the voice of the park rainger is the same as Droopy Dog from the MGM cartoons.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Tennessee Ernie Ford-Shotgun Bogie [1951]

Nice video from 1951

Monday, August 31, 2009

KItty Wells-It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels

Well--at last here's one that's still alive--she just turned 90. Kitty Wells is still the queen of country music--most of today's country fans will prbably say Kitty who???..but she is one of the classic female country artists..in fact she is the first female to go right to the top of the country charts..and she didnt have to get breast implants to help her records sell either.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Les Paul R. I. P.

Man oh Man--I don't want this blog to look like an obituary column, but I can't help it lately, first MJ , then Gordon Waller, Billy Lee Riley, and now the last of the classic guitar wizards..and this guy next to Chet was one of the HEAVIES!!. I mean this guy invented stereo -not to mention his guitar prowess and the overdub process!!

so here's to one of the greats VAYA CN DIOS, LES PAUL!!

Monday, August 3, 2009

Billy Lee Riley - R. I. P.

Another one has left us. One of the pioneers of rockabilly, Billy Lee Riley has passed. He did this legendary 45 for SUN in 1957. A classic!!!!!!!!!!

Friday, July 17, 2009

Gordon Waller R.I.P. [of Peter and Gordon]

It is with great sadness that I have to announce that Gordon Waller of the Sixties Duo Peter and Gordon has passed away suddenly. He was 64. My sources tell me that he went into cardiac arrest and all efforts to save him failed. My condolences go out to his family and friends some of whom I know very well.

In remeberenace I present this video of their biggest hit written espcailly for them by Sir Paul McCartney

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Kris Jensen-Revenge [unissued 1965]

Recorded for Hickory records in 1965--but not issued!!!!!!!!! Great tune

Dolly Parton-Busy Signal [1965]

Excellent girl group sound from 1965--She recorded this for Monument Records. Quite different from the country/pop sound she is noted for

This record goes for as much as 150.00 in auctions--and I don't even own a copy!!!

Monday, June 29, 2009

Gale Storm R. I.P. [My Little Margie]

Another one has left us..
Instead of posting one of her songs I thought I'd post an old episode of her most famous role as My Little Margie




Thursday, June 25, 2009

The Jackson Five--I Want You Back [Michael Jackson R.I.P.]

I prefer to remember Michael Jackson this way...............

Sky Saxon R.I.P. [The Seeds--Pushin' Too Hard]

from 1967---in memory of another departed rocker...

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

The Ventures--Bob Bogle R.I.P.

In memory of this highly talented individual and also a tribute to one of the finest bands in Rock n Roll...I present this 1966 concert.







Friday, June 12, 2009

Bob Luman [1958] on Town Hall Party

Got that Itchy Twitchy feeling.....

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Thirsty???

Sunday, June 7, 2009

Podcast- Rockin' and Rollin on RPM/Modern


Rockin ‘ and Rollin’ on RPM/Modern•
Just two shows ago we took a journey into the vocal group vaults of the Modern/RPM/Flair/Kent family of labels. Now we are going to focus on the solo artists–mixing in Blues with R and B and Rockabilly, I’ve come up with a sow guaranteed to at least make your big toe jump if nothin’ else.

You’ll be diggin’ the sounbds of Pat Cupp, John Lee Hooker, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Smokey Hogg, Oscar McLollie, Richard Berry, Young Jessie, Jimmy Witherspoon, Little Johnny Jones and some early rockin’ B B King


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Friday, June 5, 2009

Sam Butera R.I. P.

Another soldier gone--two in two days
In Memory Of Louis also...........

Koko Taylor R.I.P.

In Memory of Koko--her biggest hit

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Lonnie Donegan-The King Of Skiffle

Hey--even us Yanks dig Lonnie. This is one of his spirituals--I Shall Not Be Moved

Ike & Tina Turner [1965] A Fool In Love


From the TAMI Show--!!

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Podcast-The Island of Misfit Records Pt 1






The Island Of Misfit Records Part 1
Just like on the Rudolph Christmas special, there’s also an island for those records I want to play but don’t know where to put them…or I’m just too lazy to sit down and come up with a theme…

Anyway–there’s lots of good rockin’ roots music from Washboard Sam, Romeo Nelson, Cripple Clarence Lofton, Al Urban, Mad Man Taylor, The El Capris,Lonnie Glosson,Bob Wills, Paul Peek, Ronnie Love, and lots more



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Saturday, May 16, 2009

Podcast- Vocal Group Harmony from The Modern/RPM/Flair/Kent Labels


West Coast Group Harmony From the Modern/RPM/Flair/Kent Labels• )
No crazy title-just great group harmony [doo wop for some]–taken from the West Coast Modern family of labels and featuring The jacks, The Cadets, The Flairs, The Rocketeers, The Robins, The Meadowlarks, and folks like Ricahrd Berry and B B King with back-up vocals groups—-and Paul Anka’s first record!!


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Friday, May 8, 2009

Ricky Nelson- You Tear Me Up [1958]

In honor of Rick's birthday [May 8th 1940]--I thought I would share this

This tune was never issued on a single--but it shows that even his album filler was decent

Monday, May 4, 2009

Popeye Cartoon-A Clean Shaven Man [1936]

One of the classic Fleischer produced cartoons--listen as Jack Mercer mumbles Popeye's dialogue

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Betty Boop and Louis Armstrong [1932]

I'll Be Glad When You're Dead You Rascal You--gotta love it
made by Max and Dave Fleischer in 1932 and released by Paramount

It may be A BIT POLITICALLY INCORRECT but I still find it funny and strange!!

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Wall-Of-Soundalikes [Podcast]


Wall-Of-Soundalikes [The Best Records, Phil Spector Never Produced!]•
I’ve totally gone 180 degrees here, but I know I have friends of the show that DO prefer 60s pop over 50s country–so you boppers and honky tonkers can take a break and go out and enjoy the Spring–haha!

This time were are doing records by those who were influenced by Phil Spector’s Wall-Of-Sound productions–many of these folks were actually watching Phil and taking notes [Sonny Bono, Brian Wilson, Nino Tempo etc..]…even Berry Gordy observed so we have an hours’ worth of delights by The Beach Boys, Sonny & Cher, The Four Tops, Ruby and the Romantics, Kane and Abel, Clydie King, The Dreamlovers. and others


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Monday, April 27, 2009

Podcast-What...You Bought More "Rekkids"??


WHat??? You Bought More “Rekkids”??•
This is what I’ve come up with in the last six months or so–it ain’t all of what I got but some nice examples–mostly hillbilly and rockabilly but also a few odd-ball pieces

45 RPM doughnuts by Gene Henslee, Mickey & Sylvia, Al Runyon, Slim Whitman, Rex [aka Orval] Prophet, Jim Boyd, Hayden Thompson, The Fleetwoods [ya gotta be kiddin’[, Tom Jones [oh my he’s really lost it..but wait..it’s an early Joe Meek production–oh ok it OUGHTA BE AT LEAST HALF-WAY GOOD!!] and more stuffffffffff



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