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session 150 May 22 '07  
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Rico Henderson & The Citettes: Strictly For The Birds Citation 1032 (Boston label), 1958
3.0
session 149 -- slap me five May 18 '07  
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1. Delta Rhythm Boys: Gimme Some Skin
2. Lionel Hampton & His Orch.: Give Me Some Skin
3. The Andrews Sisters: Give Me Some Skin, My Friend
4. Sandy Nelson: Gimme Some Skin
5. Iggy & The Stooges: Gimme Some Skin
6. James Brown: Give Me Some Skin
1. Decca 8514, 1940
2. Victor 27409, 1941; wr. Gladys Hampton & Tiny Parham
3. Decca 3871, 1941 (also in Abbott & Costello film In The Navy); wr. Gene DePaul, Don Raye, Red Mac
4. from LP Groovy (Imperial 12451, 1969)
5. Bomp 139, 1972 (rel. c.1977)
6. Polydor 14409, 1977
2.6
2.3
4.0
2.7
3.9
5.5
session 148 May 12 '07  
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Patsy Patmore: High As Postage New Artists NR13252, 1981
wr. Lee Galvani
3.0
session 147 -- Creepy Religious Metaphors Dept. May 11 '07  
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Fisk University Jubilee Singers: Keep A' Inchin' Along Columbia 558, 1926 2.0
session 146 -- A. Nugetre Apr. 23 '07  
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1. The Clovers: Don't You Know I Love You
2. Big Joe Turner: Chains Of Love
3. The Clovers: Fool Fool Fool
4. Big Joe Turner: Sweet Sixteen
5. The Clovers: Middle Of The Night
6. Ray Charles: Mess Around
7. The Clovers: Lovey Dovey
8. Big Joe Turner: Shake Rattle And Roll
9. Big Joe Turner: Well All Right
10. Shirley & Lee: Don't You Know I Love You
11. Sam Cooke: Chains Of Love
12. Otis Redding & Carla Thomas: Lovey Dovey
1. Atlantic 934, 1951; wr. A. Nugetre
2. Atlantic 939, 1951; wr. Harry Van Walls-A. Nugetre
3. Atlantic 944, 1951; wr. A Nugetre
4. Atlantic 960, 1952; wr. A. Nugetre
5. Atlantic 963, 1952; wr. A. Nugetre
6. Atlantic 999, 1953; wr. A. Nugetre
7. Atlantic 1022, 1954; wr. A Nugetre & Eddie Curtis (aka Memphis Curtis)
8. Atlantic 1026, 1954; wr. Charles Calhoun; Nugetre among bg vox
9. Atlantic 1040, 1954; wr. Charles Calhoun-Jerry Wexler-Charles Singleton-Rose Marie McCoy-A. Nugetre
10. Aladdin 3380, 1957; wr. A Nugetre
11. from LP Mr. Soul (RCA 2673, 1963); wr. A. Nugetre
12. Stax 244, 1968; wr. A Nugetre

< Nugetre con amigos
see also:
session 81, tr. 8
Living In A Hopeful Future: Ahmet Ertegun 1923-2006

¡Gracias a los Stills!

(1) 2.3
(2) 3.9
(3) 3.0
(4) 3.4
(5) 2.2
(6) 1.9
(7) 3.2
(8) 3.5
(9) 2.9
(10) 1.7
(11) 3.3
(12) 3.0
session 145 Apr. 14 '07  
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1. Don Ho with Oak Ridge Strings: Galveston
2. Don Ho with Oak Ridge Strings: Has Anybody Lost A Love
1. Reprise 0800, 1968; wr. Jim Webb; pr. Sonny Burke; debut version of song
2. Reprise 0800, 1968; wr. Jerry Shane; pr. Sonny Burke
3.1
3.9
session 144 Apr. 14 '07  
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The Prairie Ramblers: Monkeys Is The Cwaziest People c. mid 1940s; aka Sweet Valley Boys; Patsy Montana's backing group 1.9
session 143 -- RoLo Apr. 14 '07  
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1. Mia Farrow: Lullaby From Rosemary's Baby
2. Sue Lyon: Lolita Ya Ya
3. Claudine Longet: Lullaby From Rosemary's Baby (Sleep Safe And Warm)

bonus:
4. Five Satins: Senorita Lolita
5. Nelson Riddle: Lolita Ya Ya
6. The Cadillacs: Oh Oh Lolita
7. The Ventures: Lolita Ya Ya
8. Enoch Light Orch.: Lullaby From Rosemary's Baby
9. Harvey Averne Dozen: Lullaby From Rosemary's Baby
10. Chuck Stephens: Pray For Rosemary's Baby

1. Dot 17126, 1968; wr. Krzysztof Komeda
2. MGM 13067, 1962; wr. Nelson Riddle
3. A&M 954, 1968; wr. Krzysztof Komeda, Larry Kusik & Eddie Snyder; thanks B.M.
4. Ember 1038, 1958
5. Capitol 4741, 1962
6. Josie 846, 1958
7. Dolton 60, 1962
8. Project 3 1339, 1968
9. Uptite 004, 1969
10. Jenjillus 800

above sequence recommended

(1) 2.8
(2) 2.5
(3) 3.1

(4) 3.3
(5) 3.1
(6) 2.9
(7) 2.5
(8) 3.7
(9) 3.3
(10) 3.4

session 142 Apr. 11 '07  
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The Black Hand: Omertà
10.5
session 141 -- Tupper Saussy March 28 '07  
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The Wayward Bus: The Prophet (Predictions by David Hoy)
The Wayward Bus: The Prophet (Instrumental)
RCA 47-9484, 1968; wr., arr. & cond. Tupper Saussy; pr. Chet Atkins & Felton Jarvis

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3.7
3.7
session 140 March 27 '07  
As far as we're concerned there is only one singer worthy of the name Bono. Another version of His masterpiece "Laugh At Me," this one recorded live in L.A. in 1971 and with a somewhat vulgar spoken introduction, has been added to session 89.
session 139 -- well blow me down March 22 '07  
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1. Billy Murray with Al Dollar & His Ten Cent Band: Popeye, The Sailor Man
2. Billy Costello: I'm Popeye The Sailor Man
3. Lamont Anthony: Popeye The Sailor Man
4. Chubby Checker: Popeye (The Hitchhiker)
5. Don Covay with Rick & The Masters: The Popeye Waddle
6. Don Julian & The Meadowlarks: Popeye (With A Touch Of The Twist)
7. Eddie Bo: Check Mr. Popeye
8. Ernie K-Doe: Popeye Joe
9. Huey "Piano" Smith & The Clowns: Pop-Eye
10. John Zacherley: Popeye (The Gravedigger)
11. Little Caesar & The Romans: Popeye One More Time
12. Ray Stevens: Popeye And Olive Oil [sic]
13. Tabby Thomas: Popeye Train
14. The Fendermen feat. Dave & Izzy: Popeye
15. The Mar-Keys: Pop-Eye Stroll
16. The Sherrys: Pop Pop Pop-Pie
17. Leroy Jones & His Band: Check Mr. Popeye
18. Leroy Jones & His Band: Now Let's Popeye
19. The Tornados: Popeye Twist
20. TV theme
21. The Enchantments: Popeye (The Dance To Do)
22. The Mixtures: Olive Oyl
1. Brunswick Filmophone 250, 1931
2. 1935; wr. Sammy Lerner; Costello orig. voice of Fleischer Studios' Popeye
3. Anna 1125 (withdrawn), 1960; aka Lamont Dozier
4. Parkway 849, 1962
5. Cameo 239, 1962
6. Dynamite 1112, 1962
7. Swan 4099, 1962
8. Minit 641, 1962
9. Ace 649, 1962; ld. voc. Curley Moore
10. from LP Monster Mash (Parkway 7018, 1962)
11. Del-Fi 4176, 1962
12. from LP 1837 Seconds Of Humor (Mercury 20732, 1962)
13. Excello 2222, 1962
14. Sassy 00285, 1962
15. Stax 121, 1962
16. Guyden 2068, 1962
17-18. Giant 1002, 1962; soundalikes; "Leroy Jones" = Herbert Hunter; courtesy P.U.
19. Decca (UK) F11449; flipside of Tornados' debut 45
21. Romac 1001, 1963
22. Linda 108, 1963
(1) 2.6
(2) 3.4
(3) 3.1
(4) 1.7
(5) 2.5
(6) 2.5
(7) 2.6
(8) 3.0
(9) 3.4
(10) 2.5
(11) 2.6
(12) 3.6
(13) 3.3
(14) 2.5
(15) 1.9
(16) 3.1
(17) 1.5
(18) 1.6
(19) 1.7
(20) 1.1
(21) 2.4
(22) 2.2
session 138 March 15 '07  
Added another bagpipe rocker (tr. 5 of session 107), this one a Spanish cover of "I Love How You Love Me" in the April & Nino mode, but with the addition of some heavy fuzz guitar. Thanks to G.T. for the discovery, and J.N. for the additional info.
session 137 March 12 '07  
Added another version of "Like A Rolling Stone" (tr. 15 of session 30), this one by Hugo Montenegro. Thanks again to the Stills.
session 136 -- paid my nickel March 2 '07  
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The Ronettes: Here I Sit c.1965, orig. unrel.; wr. Spector-Nilsson
from 1976 LP Phil Spector Wall Of Sound, Vol. 6: Rare Masters, Vol. 2 (PSI 2307-009)
2.1
session 135 -- some faves of Bob Quine Feb. 27 '07  
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1. Jimmy Copeland & The J-Teens: Satellite Rock
2. Al Sweatt with Johnnie Cale & The Valentines: I Hate Myself
3. Ricky Nelson: I'm Feelin' Sorry
4. The Blue Echoes: Cool Guitar
5. Robert Williams & The Groovers: Cranberry Blues
6. Freddy Cannon: Tallahassee Lassie
7. Ronnie Speeks & His Elrods: What Is Your Technique
8. Bobby Gregg & His Friends: Potato Peeler
9. Ricky Nelson: Stop Sneakin' 'Round
10. Floyd Mack: I Like To Go
11. Albert King: Cockroach
12. The Archies: Don't Touch My Guitar
1. B&K 1188, 1958
2. Keen 289, also Goldwater 424 (as "Rocky & The Rocky Fellows"), 1958; wr. Al Sweatt; feat. J.J. Cale; from Tulsa OK
3. from EP Someday (Imperial 156, 1958); feat. James Burton
4. Bon Musique 3134, 1959
5. Tip Top 730, 1959; wr. Sinsheimer
6. Swan 4031, 1959; feat. Kenny Paulsen
7. King 5548, 1961; wr. R. Speeks-C. Ranier
8. Cotton 1006, 1962
9. from LP Seven By Rick (Imperial 9167 (M)/12082 (S), 1962); feat. James Burton
10. Dixie 2159, also Sandspur 25405; wr. Floyd Mack (McDaniel); from Deatsville AL
11. Stax 0058, 1969
12. from LP Everything's Archie (Calendar 103, 1969)

selections from:
"Noise Annoys: Guitar Adventures with Robert Quine," an interview by Ken Shimamoto
"Delicate Rage," a remembrance by Richard Hell

(1) 1.9
(2) 2.6
(3) 2.7
(4) 2.4
(5) 2.4
(6) 3.0
(7) 2.6
(8) 3.0
(9) 3.0
(10) 3.1
(11) 3.8
(12) 2.7
session 134 -- Stronger Than Dirt Feb. 20 '07  
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1. TV ad
2. Ajax & The Cleaners: Stronger Than Dirt
3. Glenn Barber: Stronger Than Dirt
4. Jay & The Techniques: Stronger Than Dirt
5. Soul, Inc.: Stronger Than Dirt
6. The Ardells: Stronger Than Dirt
1. ad for Ajax laundry detergent
2. unknown
3. Starday 676, 1964
4. Smash 2086, 1967
5. Boss 9920, 1967; from Louisville KY (thanks to Stills)
6. Thor 3259, 1963; from Chester PA (hometown of Bill Haley)

above sequence recommended

0.6
1.8
1.8
2.6
2.3
2.1
session 133 -- Executive Sweets Feb. 16 '07  
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1. Neil Scott: Bobby
2. Charles Kane: Younger Generation
3. T.D. Valentine: Love Trap
1. Portrait 102, 1961; aka Neil Bogart
2. unrel. demo, 1968; wr. John Sebastian; aka Charles Koppelman; courtesy Lefty's Garage
3. Epic 10523, 1969; wr. Al Kooper, pr. Sandy Linzer, arr. & cond. Charles Calello; aka Tommy Mottola; courtesy SW

UK companion

L to R:
Neil Scott, Charles Kane, T.D. Valentine

3.1
1.6
2.8
session 132 Feb. 15 '07  
Added three more versions of "Like A Rolling Stone" (tr. 12-14 of session 30)
session 131 -- Barbara McNair Feb. 8 '07  
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1. Barbara McNair: Baby A Go-Go
2. Barbara McNair: The Hunter Gets Captured By The Game
3. Barbara McNair: If You Can Want
1. Motown, orig. unrel.
2-3. from LP The Real Barbara McNair (Motown 680, 1969); wr. Smokey Robinson
3.2
3.9
3.4
session 130 -- Denny Jan. 25 '07  
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D & Z: The Slurp 1965, unrel.; wr. & pr. Erik Jacobsen
"D&Z" aka Denny Doherty & Zal Yanovsky
Thanks to Lefty's Garage for the recording!
2.2
session 129 -- Johnny One-Chord Jan. 21 '07  
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1. Ishman Bracey: Family Starving
2. Dave Bartholomew: Basin Street Breakdown
3. Bill Haley & Haley's Comets: Straight-Jacket
4. The Five Satins: The Jones Girl
1. Paramount 12941, 1930; wr. Ishman Bracey
2. DeLuxe, 1950; orig. unrel.
3. Essex 348, 1954; wr. Bill Haley
4. Ember 1005, 1956
2.2
1.9
3.2
1.6
session 128 Jan. 15 '07  
Added another DJ themesong, this one by Dave Bartholomew for Poppa Stoppa (tr. 3 of session 119)
session 127 -- Scopes Trial: Decent of Man Jan. 12 '07  
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prosecution:
1. Robyn & Crystal Bernard: The Monkey Song

defense:
2. Dave Bartholomew: The Monkey

verdict:
3. Annette with The Beach Boys: The Monkey's Uncle
1. from Jerry Falwell LP Feudin', Fussin' And Frettin' (Fret Not) (1972, Thomas Road Baptist Church); spoken intro by Falwell; both girls now TV actresses
2. Imperial 5438, 1957; wr. Pearl King & Dave Bartholomew
3. Vista 440, 1965; wr. Richard M. & Robert B. Sherman (Disney flick theme song); recording studio photo
2.2
1.7
3.0
session 126 Jan. 11 '07  
Added another version of "Like A Rolling Stone," this one by Flatt & Scruggs (tr. 11 of session 30)
session 125 -- behind the oddball Jan. 10 '07  
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1. Link Wray & The Ray Men: Oddball
2. The Oddballs: Rockin' In The Jungle
3. The Lewis Sisters: He's An Odd Ball
4. Curtis Knight with Jimi Hendrix: Oddball
1. aka "Rumble"; rec. for Cadence, 1958, orig. unrel.; wr. Wray-Grant
2. Rocket 110, 1964
3. VIP 25018, 1965; wr. Miller-Mastor-Davis; pr. Davis & Gordon
4. rec. 7-67, PPX Studios, NYC; pr. Ed Chalpin
1.7
2.9
2.0
3.5
session 124 -- We Want Dick And Spiro, We Want Dick And Spiro, We Want Dick And Spiro! Dec. 31 '06  
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1. Andy Kim: Tricia Tell Your Daddy
2. Jay & The Americans: Tricia (Tell Your Daddy)
3. Gene Marshall: We Want Dick, We Want Dick, We Want Dick
4. Gene Marshall: We Want Dick And Spiro, We Want Dick And Spiro, We Want Dick And Spiro
5. Rod & The MSR Singers: Richard Nixon
6. Gene Marshall: Get Off That Phone, Martha
7. Barbara Foster: San Clemente's Not The Same
8. Gene Marshall: President Richard Nixon
9. Gene Marshall: The Great Richard Nixon
10. Gene Marshall: Richard Nixon In '76
11. Gene Marshall: God Bless Richard Nixon
12. Gene Marshall: Hail The Chief
1. Steed 715; wr. Jeff Barry-Marty Sanders; arr. Ron Frangiape
2. U.A. 50683; wr. Jeff Barry-Marty Sanders
3-4. Preview 2142; wr. Alain Peron
5. from LP Variety Songs For '69, (MSR 210); wr. Floyd Thompson
6. Preview; wr. Ethel F. Moss
7. Preview 1686; wr. Myron Ace
8. Preview 2139; wr. John Montague
9. Preview 2229; wr. John Montague
10-11. Preview 2454; wr. John Montague; tr. 10 advocates electing RMN to third term!
12. Preview 2625; wr. John Montague

for more on Tricia Nixon, see Lucky Find Gazette
for more on Preview and MSR, see
AS/PMA
Life magazine article on the gala 1969
opening of the Watergate

(1) 3.6
(2) 3.3
(3) 4.4
(4) 4.3
(5) 3.3
(6) 2.6
(7) 2.5
(8) 2.9
(9) 4.3
(10) 2.7
(11) 2.3
(12) 3.3
session 123 -- ahunkahunka Dec. 26 '06  
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1. Dennis Linde: Burning Love
2. Arthur Alexander: Burning Love
1. from LP Dennis Linde (Elektra 75062, 1973); wr. & pr. Dennis Linde
2. W.B. 7658, 1971; wr. Dennis Linde; orig. version

< Dennis Linde

3.3
3.1
session 122 -- Gudbuy T'James Dec. 25 '06  
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James Brown & The Famous Flames: Tell Me That You Love Me King 6056, 1966; wr. J. Brown-B. Hobgood-N. Jones
non-LP flip (of "Don't Be A Dropout"); scratch alert

photo by Diane Arbus >

2.0
session 121 -- putting the X back in XMas Dec. 25 '06  
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1. The Black Ace: XMas Time Blues
2. Hank Snow: Reindeer Boogie
3. Betty Johnson: I Want Eddie Fisher For XMas
4. The Paris Sisters: The Man With The Mistletoe Mustache
5. The Paris Sisters: XMas In My Hometown
6. Jim Backus: Why Don't You Go Home For XMas
7. Jim Backus & Daws Butler: I Was A Teenage Reindeer
8. Paddy Roberts: Merry XMas You Suckers
9. Roger Lavern & The Microns: XMas Stocking
10. Roger Lavern & The Microns: Reindeer Ride
11. John Paul Joans: The Man From Nazareth
12. Harlem Children's Chorus: Black XMas
13. Orquesta Sanfer: Rudolph The Red Nose
14. Orquesta Sanfer: Sleighride
15. Johnny Collins & The Caravans feat. Doreen Allen: Spacey! Santa's Space Ship
1. Decca 7387, 1937
2. RCA 47-5340, 1953
3. New Disc 10013, 1954; courtesy M. & G. Still
4-5. Cavalier 829, c.1954; w/ Jimmy Diamond & His Sparkling Music; tr. 4 wr. Jack Marshall; tr. 5 wr. Dewar-Truelson; scratch alert
6. Jubilee 5351, 1958; wr. Sherm Feller; full-length version (but scratchy); courtesy Jim Fisher
7. Dico 101, 1958
8. Decca (UK) F1152, 1962; U.S. release as "And A Happy New Year" (London 9573); wr. Paddy Roberts
9-10. Decca (US) F11791, 1963; pr. Joe Meek
11. RAK (UK) 101, 1970; U.S. release Cotillion 44102, 1971; wr. Godley-Creme; courtesy M. & G. Still
12. Commonwealth United 3003, c.1973; same chorus as on "Happy XMas (War Is Over)"
13-14. from LP Alegria Pascual; titles are both sic; from D.R.?
15. National 140; wr. Rice & Stivers; courtesy M. & G. Still
(1) 1.9
(2) 1.6
(3) 1.7
(4) 2.2
(5) 3.7
(6) 2.5
(7) 1.8
(8) 1.7
(9) 2.7
(10) 3.0
(11) 4.1
(12) 1.8
(13) 1.6
(14) 1.4
(15) 2.4
session 120 -- one for the Ripper Dec. 24 '06  
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1. Cab Calloway & His Orch.: (Call Of The) Jitter Bug
2. The Palmer Brothers: About Rip Van Winkle
3. Al Jolson & Bing Crosby: Who Paid The Rent For Mrs. Rip Van Winkle (When Rip Van Winkle Was Away)?
4. Ella Mae Morse: Rip Van Winkle
5. The Tibbs Brothers: (Wake Up) Miss Rip Van Winkle
6. Maynard Horlick: Go Go Rip Van Winkle
7. The Devotions: Rip Van Winkle
8. The Nutmegs: Rip Van Winkle
9. Paul Tripp: Mr. I. Magination Meets Rip Van Winkle
1. Victor 24592, 1934; wr. Swayzee-Calloway (also reported as Swayzee-Calloway-Mills); names of purported drunkards are actually those of Calloway's band members
2. Varsity 8106, 1939; wr. Redman-Lawrence-Milton; Palmer Brothers were vocalists with Cab Calloway orch.
3. from Crosby's Philco Radio Time; rec. 2-18-47, aired 3-5-47
4. Capitol 1605, 1946; w/ Billy May & His Orch.
5. Atco 6074, 1956
6. orig. unrel., c.1957
7. Delta 1001, 1961
8. Herald 574, 1962
9. Columbia MJV-96 (children's series); music by Ray Carter; pr. Hecky Krasno

shout-out to GL

(1) 2.2
(2) 1.6
(3) 2.1
(4) 2.1
(5) 2.1
(6) 1.5
(7) 1.6
(8) 1.6
(9) 8.8
session 119 -- Disk Jockey Jump Dec. 19 '06  
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1. Gene Krupa & His Orch.: Disk Jockey Jump
2. Dee Williams Sextette: Bongo Blues
3. Dave Bartholomew: Poppa Stoppa Theme Song
4. Cozy Eggleston & His Combo: Big Heavy (Blue Lights Boogie)
5. Alan Freed & His Rocknroll Band: I Don't Need Lottsa Money
6. Rockin' Rebels: Wild Weekend Theme
7. Rosko: Rosko's Theme
8. Magnificent Montague: Montague The Magnificent
9. Magnificent Montague feat. Allison Gary: Montague Theme, pt. 1
10. Magnificent Montague feat. Allison Gary: Montague Theme, pt. 2
1. Columbia JC-34803, 1947; wr. & arr. Gerry Mulligan
2. Savoy 684, 1949; later used by Pittsburgh DJ Porky Chedwick as his show theme; Dee Williams = pianist Devonia Williams
3. 1950, orig. unrel.; three diff. Poppa Stoppas
4. States 133, 1955; themesong for Buffalo DJ Hound Dog Lorenz (also used by Alan Freed)
5. Coral 61660, 1956; feat. "Big Al" Sears (ts); themesong for Alan Freed's channel 5 (NYC) TV show Big Beat Party
6. early '60s, orig. unrel.; themesong for Buffalo DJ Tom Shannon
7. from LP Rosko's Evergreens (Warner Bros. 1551, 1964); wr. Bill Doggett
8. air version; w/ Cissy Houston, Dee Dee Warwick, Aretha Franklin
9-10. release version; Ro-Yo 701X, 1964; arr. & cond. Teacho Wiltshire; "Allison Gary" aka Cissy Houston (w/ Dee Dee Warwick)

above sequence recommended

Porky Chedwick >

(1) 3.6
(2) 3.6
(3) 1.3
(4) 3.9
(5) 2.9
(6) 0.7
(7) 2.7
(8) 3.4
(9) 2.9
(10) 3.4
session 118 Dec. 18 '06  
upgraded the splendorous Dion track "Now" (session 2)
session 117 -- Mathematical Genius Dec. 14 '06  
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1. Jimmy Pemberton: Mathematics Of Love
2. The Love Notes: Mathematics Of Love
3. Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band: Ink Mathematics
1. Orchid 5002, 1958
2. Wilshire 203, 1963
3. from LP Ice Cream For Crow (Virgin 38274, 1982)
1.8
2.0
3.1
session 116[deleted]  
session 115 -- no clap for the Wolfman Dec. 9 '06  
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1. Wolfman Jack: Free Shots
2. Debbie Sabusawa: Something For Nothing

bonus:
3. Wolfman Jack: The Blob

1-2. CAVDA 333, 1975 (CAVDA = Citizens Alliance for V.D. Awareness; Chicago IL)
3. wr. Bacharach-David; from LP Through The Ages (Wooden Nickel 0119, 1973)

courtesy TA

4.7
3.5
4.4
session 114 -- Snack, Crackle & Pop Nov. 30 '06  
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1. The Nitecaps: Snack, Crackle And Pop
2. The Supremes: Snack, Crackle And Pop
3. The Routers: Snap, Crackle And Pop
4. David Morris: Snap, Crackle, Pop
1. Groove, 1956; orig. unrel.
2. Mark 129, 1958; male group
3. Warner Bros. 5403, 1963
4. Plush 206, 1974; disco alert
2.3
2.0
1.5
1.7
session 113 -- responses to Ruth Brown Nov. 21 '06  
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1. Effie Smith: Ma (He Treats Your Daughter Mean)
2. The Ramblers: Mama, He Treats Your Daughter Mean
3. Scatman Crothers: Papa (I Don't Treat That Little Girl Mean)
4. J.B. Lenoir: Mama Talk To Your Daughter
5. Lita Roza: Mama (He Treats Your Daughter Mean)
6. Eskew Reeder: Mama, He Treats Your Daughter Mean
7. Sarah Vaughan: Mama (He Treats Your Daughter Mean)
1. Decca 28668, 1953; with Ike Carpenter & His Orch. (incl. Maynard Ferguson (t), Pete Candoli (t), Red Callender (bs))
2. RCA 47-5240, 1953; feat. Tamara Hayes
3. Recorded In Hollywood 142, 1953; co-wr. Crothers
4. Parrot 809, 1955 (followups incl. "Mama Your Daughter Is Going To Miss Me"; "What About Your Daughter"; "Daddy Talk To Your Son")
5. Ember (UK) 168, 1962
6. originally unrel.; rec. 1962 (rehearsal during Minit sessions); aka Esquerita (Esquerette unid.)
7. Roulette 4413, 1962

orig. by Ruth Brown (Atlantic 986, 1953)
wr. Johnny Wallace-Herbert Lance (Charles Singleton occas. additionally credited)
other versions incl.: Bette Anne Steele (Capitol, 1955); Dinning Sisters (Essex, 1955); Big Maybelle (Rojac, 1967); Mitty Collier (Peach Tree, 1970)

< Miss Rhythm

(1) 3.3
(2) 2.8
(3) 2.3
(4) 2.2
(5) 4.1
(6) 2.3
(7) 3.6
session 112 -- Palance Nov. 16 '06  
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1. Jack Palance: Hannah
2. Jack Palance: The Meanest Guy That Ever Lived
from LP Palance (Warner Bros. 1865, 1970); pr. Buddy Killen
1. wr. Dottie West-Wayne White
2. wr. Jack Palance
5.1
4.5
session 111 Nov. 15 '06  
Added another rare Half-Japanese track, "I Want Something New," to session 5. I like to think of this one as the "Juan Sisenhof" song.
session 110 Nov. 10 '06  
Added another record about records, this one by Coo Coo Rockin Time, to session 92. "Maybe I won't hear every little word / But I'll take my thrills at 33 and a third."
session 109 -- Mad Dog & The Pups Nov. 8 '06  
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1. Hip Squeeze, pt. 1
2. Hip Squeeze, pt. 2
3. Hep Squeeze, pt. 1
4. Hep Squeeze, pt. 2
5. Why Did You Leave Me Girl
6. Why Did You Leave Me Girl (instr.)
7. Bring It To The Light
8. Funkey Monkey
1-2. Magic City 4519; wr. Burt, Burt, Burt & Coulter
3-4. Magic City 007; wr. B. Burt, D. Burt, E. Burt, C. Coulter; pr. Ernest Burt
5-6. Magic City 012; wr. Barbara & Ernest Burt
7-8. Magic City 018; tr. 7 wr. Bobby Eaton

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(1) 3.8
(2) 3.8
(3) 3.6
(4) 3.9
(5) 1.9
(6) 1.9
(7) 3.4
(8) 3.2
session 108 -- 'tis the season Oct. 27 '06  
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1. Al Zanino: The Vampire Speaks
2. Al Zanino: In The Vampire's Lair
3. The Crystals: Vampire
4. Bobby Bare: Vampira
5. Orvin Yoes: The Vampire
6. Boris speaks
7. Archie King: The Vampire
8. The Bel-Airs: Vampire
9. Mann Drake & The Ft. Knox Trio: Vampire's Ball
10. Allan Sherman: My Son, The Vampire
1-2. Al-Stan 666, 1957
3. Mercury 71381, 1958
4. Jackpot 48010, 1958
5. c.1960
7. c.1960
8. Triumph 54, 1962
9. Bethlehem 3049, 1962
10. Warner Bros. 5419, 1964
(1) 1.8
(2) 1.4
(3) 2.4
(4) 2.1
(5) 3.2
(6) 0.6
(7) 3.3
(8) 2.1
(9) 2.3
(10) 1.7
session 107 -- Bagpipe Rock Oct. 23 '06  
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1. Glen Honeycutt: Bagpipe Rock
2. Nino Tempo & April Stevens: I Love How You Love Me
3. The Teddy Boys: King Of The Soapbox
4. Paul & Barry Ryan: I Love How You Love Me
5. Los Archiduques: Lamento De Gaitas
1. Sun, 1956; originally unrel.
2. Atco 6375, 1965
3. Saxony 3012, 2004; originally unrel. (incl. in excellent Saxony Vaults compilation)
4. Decca (UK) 12445, 1966
5. Columbia (Spain), 1967; title = "Lament Of The Bagpipes"; gracias a G.T. y J.N.
3.2
3.1
3.0
3.2
2.9
session 106 Oct. 15 '06  
Added another Frankenstein song -- see track 13 of session 81.
session 105 -- Stay Sick, Turn Blue Oct. 3 '06  
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1. Jimmy McGriff: Turn Blue
2. Nathan Catalon & The Keys: Lost Teen-Ager
3. Iggy Pop: Turn Blue
1. from LP Blues For Mister Jimmy (Sue 1039, 1965); wr. McGriff; official Ghoulardi theme song; w/ Larry Frazier (g), Jimmie Smith (dr)
2. Mercury 71397, 1958; wr. N. Nathan; Catalon and Nathan both aka Magnificent Montague (c.f. session 32)
3. from LP Lust For Life (RCA APL1-2488, 1977)
5.4
3.1
8.0
session 104 Sept. 25 '06  
Added another Napoleon XIV-related track, this one seemingly Napoleon's original source of inspiration (session 16). Many thanks to Music You (Possibly) Won't Hear Anyplace Else.
session 103 -- too, too wrong Sept. 22 '06  
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The In Crowd: Hangin' From Your Lovin' Tree Abnak 129, 1968
wr. Jim Ford

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2.8
session 102 -- Al Casey Sept. 21 '06  
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Al Casey: Baja from Surfin' Hootenanny LP (Stacy 100, 1963); wr. LH 3.2
session 101 -- ... and Cubie Sept. 20 '06  
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1. The Five Stairsteps & Cubie: New Dance Craze
2. The Five Stairsteps & Cubie: Don't Waste Your Time
1. Curtom 1931, 1968; wr. Leonard Brown; pr. Curtis Mayfield
2. from LP Jimmy Bishop On Stage Live At The Nixon Theatre (Meka 1001, c.1967; Phila.)
3.4
1.1

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