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Sessions 201-250

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session 250 -- chop chop March 20 '09  
artist: title notes file size
1. The Bedwells: Karate
2. Travis Wammack: It's Karate Time
3. The Torkays: Karate
4. The Beach Boys: Karate (aka "Beach Boys Stomp")
5. The Emperors: Karate
6. Sandy Nelson: Karate Boogaloo
7. Glenn Sutton: Karate Sam
8. Ray Sanders & Friend: Karate
9. cologne ad: Hai Karate
10. Jerry-O: Karate Boogaloo
11. Dave & Ansel Collins: Karate (aka "I The Third")
12. Crazy Luke: Karate
13. Chubby Checker: Karate Monkey
14. The Bedwells: Karate Again
15. Charlie & Chan: My Boyfriend's Learning Karate
1. Del-Fi 4230, 1963; wr. B. Bedwell
2. Atlantic 2387, 1967; wr. Travis Wammack
3. Stacy 960, 1963
4. orig. unrel., c.1961; wr. Carl Wilson
5. Mala 543, 1966; wr. Tyrone Moss & Milton Brown; pr. George Wilson & Phil Gaber; see also
6. from LP Boogaloo Beat (Imperial 12367, 1967); wr. Jerome Murray & Samuel Kaplan; more info
7. MGM 13273, 1964; wr. Merle Kilgore & Glenn Sutton
8. Sheb 001
9. c.1968
10. Shout 217, 1967; wr. Jerome Murray & Samuel Kaplan; pr. Jerry Murray; see also
11. Techniques (UK) 915, 1971; pr. Winston Riley
12. Dobrooks 101, 1963; wr. Al Hazan; Crazy Luke aka Al Hazan
13. Parkway 112, 1966; wr. William Jackson & Frank Virtue
14. Del-Fi 4230, 1963
15. Kapp 582, 1964; wr. Artie Resnick & Kenny Young
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(2) 1.7
(3) 2.2
(4) 1.5
(5) 3.5
(6) 3.3
(7) 3.1
(8) 3.2
(9) 0.9
(10) 3.6
(11) 2.0
(12) 1.5
(13) 1.9
(14) 3.3
(15) 3.2
session 249 -- send the kids out of the room! March 19 '09  
artist: title notes file size
1. Gertrude Ma Rainey: Shave 'Em Dry
2. Charlie Jackson: Shave 'Em Dry
3. James Wiggins: Gotta Shave 'Em Dry
4. Bessie Jackson: Shave 'Em Dry (rel.)
5. Walter Roland: I'm Gonna Shave You Dry
6. Lil Johnson: New Shave 'Em Dry
7. Jimmy Yancey: Shave 'Em Dry
8. Lucille Bogan: Shave 'Em Dry (unrel.)
1. Paramount 12222, 1924; wr. Ma Rainey & Charlie Jackson; courtesy G & MGS
2. Paramount 12264, 1925; wr. Charlie Jackson (aka Papa Charlie Jackson)
3. Paramount 12916, 1930; wr. J. Wiggins & Lamoore (Wiggins aka James "Boodle-It" Wiggins)
4. Banner 33475, 1935; p: Walter Roland (Jackson aka Lucille Bogan)
5. 1935, orig. unrel.; with Lucille Bogan
6. Vocalion 3428, 1936; tpt: Mr. Sheiks (aka Alfred Bell), p: Black Bob, gtr: Big Bill (Broonzy); courtesy G & MGS
7. 1951, orig. unrel.
8. 1935, orig. unrel.; p: Walter Roland; this one is the one

< Lucille Bogan / Bessie Jackson

blues scholar Paul Oliver on the meaning of "Shave 'Em Dry"

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(2) 3.6
(3) 2.1
(4) 2.0
(5) 2.4
(6) 2.1
(7) 2.2
(8) 2.4
session 248 -- Executive Sweets UK March 9 '09  
artist: title notes file size
1. Don Arden: Sunrise, Sunset
2. Dick James with Stephen James & His Chums & Ron Goodwin's Orch.: Robin Hood
3. Larry Page: Cool Shake
4. Larry Page: Start Movin' (In My Direction)
5. Larry Page: That'll Be The Day
6. Larry Page: Under Control
7. The Viscounts: Who Put The Bomp (In The Bomp, Bomp, Bomp)
8. Mickie Most: It's A Little Bit Hot
9. Mickie Most & His Playboys: Dig You Baby
1. Decca F12632, 1967; wr. Jerry Bock & Sheldon Harnick
2. Parlophone R-4117, 1956; wr. Carl Sigman; TV theme song
3-4. Columbia (UK) 3965, 1957
5. Columbia (UK) 4012, 1958; wr. Buddy Holly; Jerry Allison & Norman Petty
6. Columbia (UK) 4080, 1958
7. Pye 15379, 1961; wr. Barry Mann & Gerry Goffin; group incl. Gordon Mills
8. Columbia (UK) 7180, 1963; wr. Pattison
9. from LP Hear The Most (Rave (South Africa) 1139, 1962); wr. Joe Bennett; more info

U.S. companion

l to r:
Larry Page, Don Arden, Mickie Most

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(2) 1.7
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(6) 3.4
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(9) 2.4
session 247b March 4 '09  
Added a couple of chocolately good Tootsie Roll tracks, courtesy of B.M.
session 247 -- you got to Roll it Feb. 20 '09  
artist: title notes file size
1. TV commercial sdtk.: Tootsie Roll
2. Billy Ward & The Dominoes: Toosie Roll
3. Stan Getz Quartet: Tootsie Roll
4. Joe Weaver & His Orch.: Tootsie Roll
5. The Peewees: Tootsie Roll
6. Scarface: Tootsie Roll Baby

B.M. replies:
7. Bobby Martin: Tootsie Roll
8. L.D. Ludy: Tootsie Roll

2. Federal 12178, 1954; wr. Billy Ward
3. Royal Roost 520, 1951; wr. Stan Getz
4. orig. unrel.; from LP Treasure Chest Of Musty Dusties, Vol. 2 (Fortune 8017, 1963); wr. Joe Weaver; rec. 1955
5. Josie 838, 1958
6. DJM (UK) 616, 1975; pr. Ron Rocker & Gerry Shury
7. Valid 1003; wr. R. Wilkingham
8. Regal 1229; wr. L.D. Ludy

chew on this

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(8) 1.7
session 246 -- Greatest Record Ever Made (this week's version) Feb. 11 '09  
artist: title notes file size
Leona Buckles: Baby We're Through

bonus B-side:
Leona Buckles: I'm Waiting (To Give My Love To You)

Watch 6343, 1965; wr. Terry & Quezerque; pr. Wardell Quezerque 4.2
4.3
session 245 -- apples & trees Feb. 8 '09  
artist: title notes file size
1. Sean Ono Lennon: It's Alright
2. The Whippets: I Want To Talk With You
3. Gary Crosby: I'm Gonna Call My Baby
4. Michael Chaplin: Restless
5. Michael Chaplin: I Am What I Am
6. The Bootiques: Did You Get Your Fun?
7. Freddie Lennon: That's My Life (My Love And My Home)
8. Freddie Lennon: The Next Time You Feel Important
9. Melinda Marx: How I Wish You Came
10. Ross McManus & The Joe Loss Blue Beats: Patsy Girl
11. George Wallace, Jr.: Cotton Fields
12. George Wallace, Jr.: Think!!
13. Nora Guthrie: Emily's Illness
14. Nora Guthrie: Home Before Dark
15. Katherine Handy: Early Everning Morning
16. Alexys: The Evolution Of Alexys
17. Alexys: Freedom's Child
18. Johnny Cash & Rosey Nix: Father And Daughter
              

1. from LP Every Man Has A Woman Who Loves Him (Polydor 823 490-1, 1984); wr. Yoko Ono; pr. Yoko Ono & Sean Ono Lennon; son of John Lennon & Yoko Ono; rare video
2. Josie 921, 1964; wr. Neil Levenson; "A Dulev Prod." (prob. Steve Duboff & Neil Levenson); group features daughter of Jack Kerouac and mother of Beck; more info
3. Hickory 1448, 1967; wr. Dorsey Burnette & Joe Osborn; son of Bing Crosby; more info
4-5. Decca (UK) F-12142, 1965; pr. Larry Page; wr. Michael Julien & Vickie Warren; son of Charlie Chaplin
6. Date 1513, 1966; pr. Curt Boettcher; wr. Christine Costello; group features daughter of Lou Costello; more info
7. Piccadilly (UK) 35290, 1965; wr. Tony Cartwright & Freddie Lennon; pr. John Schroeder; father of John Lennon; more info
8. Piccadilly (UK) 35290, 1965; wr. Sidney Lippman & Sylvia Dee; pr. John Schroeder
9. Vee Jay 657, 1965; wr. Charles Higgins & Winford Hill; daughter of Groucho Marx; rare video
10. HMV (UK) POP-1279, 1964; wr. McManus; father of Elvis Costello; more info
11. B-Bob (Montgomery AL) 7202, 1966; son of Alabama governor George Wallace; more info
12. B-Bob (Montgomery AL) 7202, 1966; wr. DeLorme, LaBarre, Silva & Morgan
13-14. Mercury 72753, 1967; wr. Eric Eisner; arr. & cond. Artie Schroeck; pr. Jack Lewis & Monte Kay; daughter of Woody Guthrie; more info
15. Paramount 12011, 1922; wr. W.B. Overstreet & Billy Higgins; daughter of W.C. Handy
16-17. Dot 16796, 1965; wr. Paula & Bonnie Tutmarc; daughter of Bonnie Guitar; more info
18. from LP The Junkie And The Juicehead Minus Me (Columbia 33086, 1974); wr. Cat Stevens; pr. Johnny Cash & Charlie Bragg; daughter of June Carter; more info

pix above: Sean Ono Lennon; Jan Kerouac; Bibbe Hansen; Gary Crosby; Michael Chaplin; Christine Costello
pix below: Freddie Lennon; Melinda Marx; Ross McManus; George Wallace, Jr.; Nora Guthrie; Rosey Nix
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(3) 3.4
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(6) 2.3
(7) 4.1
(8) 2.0
(9) 3.0
(10) 3.5
(11) 3.3
(12) 3.8
(13) 4.4
(14) 3.7
(15) 4.0
(16) 1.6
(17) 1.6
(18) 4.1
session 244 -- I'm cramped Feb. 5 '09  
artist: title
The Cramps: Creaure From The Black Leather Lagoon

note: YouTube video

session 243 -- The Sly Fox Jan. 15 '09  
artist: title notes file size
1. Eugene Fox: The Sinner's Dream
2. Eugene Fox: Stay At Home
3. The Fox: The Dream (pts. 1 & 2)
4. The Fox: The Dream (short version)
5. The Sly Fox: Hoo-Doo Say
6. The Sly Fox: I'm Tired Of Beggin'
7. The Sly Fox: My Four Women
8. The Sly Fox: Alley Music

bonus:
9. Johnny O'Neal: Johnny's Dream

1. Checker 792, 1954; wr. John Friskillo
2. Checker 792, 1954; wr. W. Jacobs
3. RPM 420, 1954; all male voc Eugene Fox; female voc Annie Mae Wilson; Ike Turner prod.; wr. "Ling"
4. alt. tk. of tr. 3
5-6. Spark 108, 1954; both wr. Eugene Fox
7. Spark 112, 1955; wr. Eugene Fox
8. Spark 112, 1955; wr. Chuck Kaye & Joel Kaye; voc by Jerry Leiber imitating Eugene Fox
9. unrel., 1953; Ike Turner prod. (tk. 2)

profile by Unca Marvy

a tip of the bottle to BM

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(2) 2.0
(3) 2.8
(4) 2.4
(5) 2.1
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(7) 2.2
(8) 1.9
(9) 2.5
session 242 -- an historic moment Jan. 10 '09  
artist: title notes file size
1. Blowfly: The First Black President, pt. 1
2. Blowfly: The First Black President, pt. 2
from LP Blowfly For President (Pandisc / Oops! 3006, 1988)
wr. Clarence Reid

another view of the matter:
Richard Pryor's presidential press conference


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4.4
9.5
session 241 -- Stop the presses! Jan. 1 '09  
artist: title notes file size
1. Bo Diddley: (Extra Read All About) Ben
2. Chris Farlowe: Yesterday's Papers
3. The Sunday Funnies: Headlines
4. The Tears: Read All About It
5. Edwin Starr: Headline News
6. The Sound Sandwich: Zig Zag News
7. Marty Robbins: Hello Daily News
8. The Carter Family: Jimmie Brown, The Newsboy
9. Mad Andy's Twist Combo: X-Tra, X-Tra, Read All About It
10. The Jaynetts: Extra, Extra, Read All About It
11. The Elgins: Extra! Extra!
12. Roy Orbison: Paper Boy
13. Eddie Rambeau: Yesterday's Newspapers
14. The Family Connection: The Newspaper Song
15. Frank Sinatra: Tennessee Newsboy (The Newsboy Blues)
16. The Marvelettes: Paper Boy
17. Sonya & The Capris: Extra Extra (Read All About It)
18. Eddie Fisher: Get Your Paper (The Newspaper Song)
19. Ray Oddis: The Newspaper Boy
20. Peanuts Wilson: Paper Boy
21. Matt Lucas: Newspaper Man Blues
22. Hildegarde Knef: Holiday Time
23. The Rolling Stones: Yesterday's Papers
24. Chris Farlowe: Headlines
25. Fats Waller: Headlines In The News
1. from LP Bo Diddley And Company (Checker 2985, 1962); wr. Billy Davis & Robert Holland; more info
2. Immediate 049, 1967; wr. Jagger & Richards
3. Capitol 5614, 1966; wr. Harry Nilsson, Gil Garfield, Perry Botkin, Jr. & Johnny Cole
4. Scorpio 409, 1966; wr. Richard & Robert Salazar; arr. Eirik Wangberg
5. Ric Tic 114, 1966; wr. Al Hamilton, Richard Morris & Edwin Starr
6. Viva 615, 1969; wr. Jonathan Cole
7. Columbia 44895, 1969; wr. Jim Easterling; pr. Bob Johnston
8. Victor 23554, 1929; wr. A.P. Carter
9. Original Sound 85, 1970; wr. Jeff Pasternak, John Branca & Brian Ross; pr. Brian Ross
10. J & S 1473, 1965; wr. Bobby Bonaparte & Zelma Sanders; pr. Zell Sanders; arr. Horace Ott
11. Titan 1724, 1961; wr. Darryl Lewis & Dolores Nance
12. Monument 409, 1959; wr. Roy Orbison
13. DynoVoice 211, 1966; wr. Eddie Rambeau, Bob Crewe & Bud Rehak
14. Rufus 1001; arr. & pr. Bobby Eli & Patrick Adams
15. Columbia 39787, 1952; wr. Dick Manning & Percy Faith
16. Tamla 54131, 1966; wr. Janie Bradford & William Robinson
17. Scarlet 104
18. RCA 47-4100, 1951; wr. Jerry Ross
19. VIP (Motown subsid.) 25012, 1964; wr. Ray Oddis
20. orig. unrel., 1959; wr. Roy Orbison
21. from LP Ride That Train Tonight (Charly 30222, 1983); thanks G&MGS
22. Decca (France), 1971; wr. Knef, Cameron, Hammerschmid; pr. David Cameron; arr. Hans Hammerschmid
23. from LP Between The Buttons (London 499, 1967); wr. Jagger & Richards
24. Immediate 038, 1967; wr. Arthur Greenslade & Andrew Loog Oldham
25. Bluebird 11188, 1941; wr. Edgar Battle & Milt Noel

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(2) 1.8
(3) 2.6
(4) 1.4
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(6) 2.3
(7) 2.8
(8) 1.8
(9) 2.0
(10) 1.7
(11) 1.7
(12) 3.0
(13) 3.4
(14) 4.7
(15) 1.8
(16) 1.6
(17) 1.7
(18) 2.0
(19) 2.4
(20) 2.2
(21) 4.4
(22) 6.3
(23) 2.9
(24) 4.7
(25) 2.1
session 240 -- ham sandwich Dec. 24 '08  
artist: title notes file size
1. John Furlong (narr): The Smell Of Female
2. The Five Blobs: From The Top Of Your Guggle (To The Bottom Of Your Zooch)
3. The Treniers: Poontang
4. Peetie Wheatstraw: First Shall Be Last And The Last Shall Be First
5. Blind Boy Fuller: What's That Smells Like Fish?
6. Clara Smith: Oh! Mister Mitchell
7. Jimmie Strothers: Poontang Little, Poontang Small
8. Screamin' Jay Hawkins: Furburger
9. Peetie Wheatstraw: I Want Some Sea Food
10. Ted Hawkins: You Pushed My Head Away
1. from sdtk. to Russ Meyer's Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!, 1965; a snap of the bra strap to BM
2. Joy 226, 1959; wr. Wise
3. Okeh 6932, 1953; wr. Richard Adler & Jerry Ross
4. Decca 7167, 1938
5. Vocalion 4519, 1938
6. Columbia 14536, 1929; wr. Spencer Williams
7. from CD Black Appalachia: String Band Songsters And Hoedowns (Rounder 1832, 1999), rec. 1936
8. from CD I Shake My Stick At You (Aim 1031, 1994); wr. Jalacy Hawkins
9. Decca 7657, 1939
10. from LP Happy Hour (Rounder 2033, 1986); wr. Ted Hawkins
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(2) 1.6
(3) 1.9
(4) 1.9
(5) 3.8
(6) 1.9
(7) 1.7
(8) 11.3
(9) 1.8
(10) 6.5
session 237b Dec. 23 '08  
Added another Baby Workout selection, this one about a female visitor to Muscle Beach (tr. 13).
session 239 -- Drop the coin right into the slot! Dec. 22 '08  
artist: title notes file size
1. Ray Whitley: Jukebox Cannonball
2. Dick Seaton & The Mad Lads: Juke Box Rock
3. Newton Brothers feat. Wayne Newton: Little Jukebox
4. John D. Loudermilk: Please Don't Play Number Nine
5. Lattie Moore: The Juke Box And The Phone
6. James Mask: Let The Juke Box Die
7. Young Marble Giants: Wurlitzer Jukebox
8. Artie Chicago: Please Don't Play Me A7
9. Joyce Moore: Don't Play Number Ten
10. Carl Perkins: Let The Juke Box Keep On Playing
11. Merrill Moore: Rock-Rockola
12. Perry Como: Jukebox Baby
13. Dale Wayne & The Wanderers: Juke Box Bop
14. Nino & The Ebb Tides: Juke Box Saturday Night
15. Johnny Paycheck: A-11
16. Bob King: Rockin' Juke Box
17. Alan Vega: Jukebox Babe
18. Roddy Jackson: Juke Box Baby
19. Johnny Seay: Three Six Packs, Two Arms And A Juke Box
20. The Rubettes: Juke Box Jive
21. Kitty Wells: I Heard The Juke Box Playing
22. Johnny Paycheck: Juke Box Charlie
23. Sonee West: Rock-Ola Ruby
24. Little Walter: Juke
25. Big Jeff & The Radio Playboys: Juke Box Boogie
26. Lattie Moore: Juke Joint Johnny
27. George Kent: Hello, I'm A Jukebox
28. Jesse Rogers: Jukebox Cannonball

also at Probe:
session 92 (tr. 2)

1. Cowboy 301, 1951; wr. Wayne Barrie, Rusty Keefer & Jesse Rogers
2. K-Ark (St. Louis) 302, 1959; wr. Dick Seaton
3. George 7778, 1961; feat. Wayne Newton; wr. Warner Weidler & Sid Robin; pr. Don Ralke & the Wilder Brothers
4. orig. unrel., 1959; wr. John D. Loudermilk & Marijohn Wilkin
5. orig. unrel., 1959
6. Arbet (Memphis) 500; wr. Waco Austin & Bob Perry
7. from LP Colossal Youth (Rough Trade (UK) 8, 1980); wr. Stuart Moxham
8. Laurie 3424, 1968; wr. Ernie Maresca; A.C. = Ernie Maresca, with The Belmonts
9. RCA 47-5511, 1953
10. Sun 224, 1955; wr. Carl Perkins
11. Capitol 3034, 1955; wr. Lee Ross
12. RCA 47-6427, 1956; wr. Joe Sherman
13. Lee Gordon (Sydney, Austr.) 586, 1950; wr. D. Wayne
14. Madison 166, 1961; wr. Paul McGrane, Al Stillman & The Ebb Tides
15. Hilltop 3007, 1965; wr. Hank Cochran; pr. Aubrey Mayhew
16. RCA Victor 57-3285, 1958; wr. Ken Davidson
17. from LP Alan Vega (PVC 7915, 1980); wr. & pr. Alan Vega
18. orig. unrel., 1958; wr. Roddy Jackson; get Roddy
19. Columbia 44634, 1968; wr. Red Lane & Curly Putman
20. MCA 40549, 1976; wr. Wayne Bickerton & Tony Waddington
21. Decca 28432, 1952; wr. Webb Pierce; Linda Baggett & Kitty Wells  >
22. Little Darlin' 0020, 1867; wr. Johnny Paycheck & Aubrey Mayhew; pr. Aubrey Mayhew
23. Nor-Va-Jak 1956, 1956; wr. Sonee West
24. Checker 758, 1952; wr. Little Walter
25. Dot 1004, 1950; wr. Jeff Bess & Randy Wood
26. Speed 101, 1953; wr. Moore
27. Mercury 72985, 1970; wr. Tom T. Hall; wr. Jimmy Key
28. Arcade 143, 1957; wr. Wayne Barrie, Rusty Keefer & Jesse Rogers

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(9) 1.8
(10) 4.0
(11) 3.1
(12) 1.6
(13) 3.1
(14) 1.8
(15) 1.6
(16) 3.0
(17) 6.6
(18) 1.5
(19) 1.7
(20) 4.0
(21) 1.6
(22) 3.4
(23) 1.6
(24) 1.9
(25) 3.3
(26) 1.6
(27) 3.7
(28) 2.6
session 236b Dec. 21 '08  
Added a track, by Roddy Jackson and featuring Sonny Bono on moose calls, to the Sound Menagerie session (tr. 13).
session 73b Dec. 18 '08  
We cast our net back a-ways to add a version (in ze French) of Kookie Little Paradise, by the lovely Gillian Hills (tr. 5).
session 238 -- Policy is the best honesty Dec. 17 '08  
artist: title notes file size
1. Papa Charlie Jackson: Four Eleven 44
2. Sara Martin: Numbers On The Brain
3. Blind Blake, voc Elzadie Robinson: Elzadie's Policy Blues
4. Blind Blake, voc Elzadie Robinson: Elzadie's Policy Blues, vol. 2
5. Elvira Johnson: Numbers On The Brain
6. Blind Blake: Playing Policy Blues
7. Jack Kelly & His South Memphis Jug Band: Policy Rag
8. Mississippi Sheiks: Hitting The Numbers
9. Kokomo Arnold: Policy Wheel Blues
10. Bumble Bee Slim: New Policy Dream Blues
11. Washboard Sam: Policy Writer's Blues
12. Texas Slim: The Numbers
13. Roy Milton & His Solid Senders: The Numbers Blues
14. Calvin Bostick: Four-Eleven Boogie
15. Lightnin' Hopkins: Policy Game
16. Jimmie Preston & Orch.: Numbers Blues
1. Paramount 12375, 1926
2. Okeh 8412, 1926
3. Paramount 12635, 1928; wr. Elzadie Robinson; with Johnny Dodds (cl), Blind Blake (g), Jimmy Bertrand (xyl)
4. orig. unrel., 1928; wr. Elzadie Robinson; personnel same as tr. 3
5. Champion 15126, 1928
6. Paramount 13035, 1930; wr. Lamoore & Davis
7. Vocalion 3242, 1936; with Dan Sane (g), Will Batts (vln), "Doctor" D.H. Higgs (jug)
8. Bluebird 5474, 1934
9. Decca 7147, 1935
10. Vocalion 3242, 1936
11. Bluebird 7834, 1938
12. King 4315, 1949; aka John Lee Hooker
13. Specialty 403, 1951
14. Chess 1530, 1953
15. Decca 28841, 1953
16. Gotham 170, c.1950

see also

to MGS & GS: may all your dream numbers come true

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(3) 4.5
(4) 2.2
(5) 2.1
(6) 1.7
(7) 4.0
(8) 2.1
(9) 4.0
(10) 4.3
(11) 1.9
(12) 2.2
(13) 1.8
(14) 1.5
(15) 2.1
(16) 1.8
session 237 -- Baby Workout Dec. 10 '08  
artist: title notes file size
1. Jackie Wilson: Baby Workout
2. The Hokum Boys: I Had To Give Up Gym
3. The Fabulettes: Try The Worryin' Way
4. Donna Loren: Muscle Bustle
5. Lenny Capello & The Dots: Ninety Pound Weakling
6. The Shondells: Muscle Bound
7. Annette: Muscle Beach Party
8. Al Barkle: Muscle Beach
9. Leo DeLyon & The Musclemen: Sick Manny's Gym
10. Baby Washington: Work Out

plus:
11. Ricky Wayne: Muscles
12. The Gentrys: Ninety Pound Weakling
13. Jumpin' Bill Carlisle: Female Hercules

1. Brunswick 55329, 1963; wr. Alonzo Tucker & Jackie Wilson
2. Paramount 12746, 1929; wr. Thomas Dorsey
3. Sound Stage Seven 2558, 1965; wr. Dave Morrison
4. Challenge 59237, 1964; wr. Roger Christian, Gary Usher & Brian Wilson
5. Ric 991, 1962; wr. Capello
6. King 5605, 1963; wr. Edwin Johnson & Alvin Johnson
7. Vista 433, 1964; wr. Roger Christian, Gary Usher & Brian Wilson
8. Frantic 108, 1958
9. Musicor 1001, 1960; wr. Al Kooper
10. Neptune (Newark) 107, 1959; wr. Baby Washington
11. orig. unrel.; wr. & pr. Joe Meek; gracias JN
12. MGM 13749, 1967; wr. Capello; thanks GL
13. Mercury 70435, 1954; wr. Johnnie Masters & Muriel Wright
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(2) 2.1
(3) 1.6
(4) 1.6
(5) 3.6
(6) 2.3
(7) 3.0
(8) 1.5
(9) 1.8
(10) 3.0
(11) 2.8
(12) 1.7
(13) 1.5
session 236 -- a sound menagerie Dec. 9 '08  
artist: title notes file size
1. Walter Rhodes: The Crowing Rooster
2. Patrizia: El Asno
3. Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan: Humphrey The Camel
4. Johnny & The Baa Baas: I Just Can't Sleep
5. Larry Bright: Bloodhound
6. 13th Floor Elevators: Monkey Island
7. Mickey Lee Lane: The Zoo
8. Danny Wheeler, music by Sandy Stanton: Teenie Weenie Man
9. The 5th Avenue Buses: Catwoman
10. The Blockbusters: Gorilla Walk
11. Wailing Bethea & The Cap-Tans: Rockin' In The Jungle
12. Lulu Porter: Malibu Seal
13. Roddy Jackson: There's A Moose On The Loose

also at Probe:
session 213

1. Columbia 14289, 1927; wr. Walter Rhodes
2. Tempo (Spain) EP 001, c.1965; gracias a JN
3. Wayside 45-013, 1970; wr. Jack Blanchard; thanks JB
4. Frankie 8; wr. Addy Amor; domo BM & HS; see also
5. Tide 021, 1961
6. from LP The Psychedelic Sounds Of The 13th Floor Elevators (International Artists 1, 1966); wr. Powell St. John; pr. Lelan Rogers
7. Swan 4199, 1965
8. Fable 611, 1958; wr. Wheeler; see also
9. from LP Trip To Gotham City (Movietone (ABC) 71029, 1967); more info: 1 2
10. Entree (Las Vegas) 106, 1965; wr. Lynn Paul & Joe Lemon; pr. Buck Ram; see also
11. Hawkeye 0430, 1962; wr. Harmon Bethea
12. Music Man (L.A.) 103; wr. J. Fonarow & B. DiTosti; pr. Jerry Fonarow; arr. & cond. Ben DiTosti; thanks GL
13. Specialty 649, 1958; wr. Fred Stryker & Henry Aleman; pr. & animal noises Sonny Bono; get Roddy
(1) 2.4
(2) 3.2
(3) 4.1
(4) 3.3
(5) 3.5
(6) 3.7
(7) 1.5
(8) 3.6
(9) 2.9
(10) 1.6
(11) 1.6
(12) 2.3
(12) 1.5
session 235 -- at the sound of the bleep Nov. 26 '08  
artist: title notes file size
1. Rudy Ray Moore, et al: Dolemite
2. Patti Smith Group: Pissing In A River
3. Lou Reed: Walk On The Wild Side
1. radio promo for Dolemite film, 1975 (variant of session 231); see also session 142
2. Arista SP-2 ("special promotional"), 1976; wr. Patti Smith & Ivan Kral; pr. Jack Douglas
3. Arista SP-36 ("specially prepared for radio airplay"), 1978; 12" 45; wr. & pr. Lou Reed
2.0
6.4
23.2
session 233b Nov. 25 '08  
Added an excellent new find, courtesy of a certain Australian astronomer of our acquaintance, to the Rocket To The Moon session (tr. 11).
session 234 -- I'm goin' for ... Nov. 18 '08  
artist: title notes file size
1. Rick Jarrard: High Coin
2. Harpers Bizarre: High Coin
3. Bobby Vee: High Coin
4. The Charlatans: High Coin
5. Jackie DeShannon: High Coin
6. West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band: High Coin
7. The Fault Line: High Coin
1. Chattahoochee 700, 1966; wr. Van Dyke Parks; arr. & pr. Rick Jarrard
2. from LP Anything Goes (Warner Brothers 1716, 1967); wr. & piano Van Dyke Parks
3. Liberty 55843, 1965; wr. Van Dyke Parks
4. Philips 40610, 1969; wr. Van Dyke Parks
5. from LP Me About You (Imperial 12386, 1968); wr. & arr. Van Dyke Parks
6. from LP Part One (Reprise 6247, 1967); wr. Van Dyke Parks; pr. Bob Markley & Jimmy Bowen
7. RCA 47-9771, 1969; wr. Van Dyke Parks; pr. Rick Jarrard; arr. Al Capps

a flip of the high coin to MGS & GS

(1) 2.1
(2) 3.6
(3) 1.7
(4) 4.5
(5) 2.7
(6) 2.9
(7) 3.0
session 233 Nov. 15 '08  
artist: title notes file size
1. John Wesley Caves: Rocket To The Moon
2. Moon Mullican: Rocket To The Moon
3. Tony Perkins: Rocket To The Moon
4. Tommy Danton & The Echoes: Rocket To The Moon
5. Lenny Welch: Rocket To The Moon
6. The Reflections: Rocket To The Moon
7. Jackie Góetroe & The Scamps: Rock It To The Moon
8. Joe Johnson: Rocket To The Moon
9. Tex Roe & The Ramblers: Rocketship To The Moon
10. Glen Holden's Astro-Notes: Rocket To The Moon
11. Bob Roubian with Cliffie Stone Orch.: Rocket To The Moon
12. Raymond Scott Quintet with the Gene Lowell Chorus: By Rocket To The Moon
1. Memory Lane 102, 1964; wr. Caves
2. King 1198, 1953
3. RCA Victor 47-7078, 1957; wr. Gwen Davis; arr. & chorus cond. Shorty Rogers
4. Sparton 4-742, 1959
5. Decca 30637, 1958
6. Crossroads 402, 1962; pr. Posner & Saslaw
7. Rhythm 111, 1958; wr. Góetroe
10. Troubadour 06; wr. J. Maloy Roach; pr. Reggie Valencia
11. Prep 101, 1957; wr. Bob Roubian; courtesy TW
12. Children's Record Guild 437, 1950; wr. Raymond Scott; see also
(1) 2.3
(2) 1.7
(3) 1.4
(4) 2.2
(5) 3.3
(6) 1.7
(7) 3.5
(8) 3.3
(9) 2.9
(10) 2.7
(11) 1.8
(12) 8.4
session 232 -- Probe's long-awaited endorsement Oct. 28 '08  
artist: title notes file size
1. Hal Kemp & His Orch.: Wintergreen For President
2. Ray Ethier: President's Walk
3. Lou Monte: Elvis Presley For President
4. Arlene Brown: Impeach Me Baby
5. Zacherley: Zacherley For President
6. The Young World Singers: Ringo For President
7. Donnie & Marie Osmond: Ronnie B. Goode
8. Fred Carson: Go Go Go With The President
9. The Chipmunks & David Seville: Alvin For President
10. James Brown: Funky President (People It's Bad)
11. Rolf Harris: Ringo For President
12. John & Ernest: Soul President Number One
13. The Royal Guardsmen: Snoopy For President
14. Johnnie Taylor: I Could Never Be President
15. Sophie Tucker: Sophie Tucker For President
16. Louis Jordan & His Tympani 5: Jordan For President

bonus replay (from session 209):
17. Jim Lowe: Michael J. Pollard For President

bonus non-endorsement:
18. Jackie Lynton: The Ballad Of Hank McCain

finale:
19. Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart: L.U.V. (Let Us Vote)

1. Brunswick 6416, 1932; wr. George & Ira Gershwin (from Broadway musical Of Thee I Sing)
2. Mercury 71518, 1959; wr. Ray Ethier
3. RCA 47-6704, 1956; wr. William Katz, Henry Norman & Ruth Roberts
4. Dynamite 8664, 1974
5. from LP Spook Along With Zacherley (Elektra 7190, 1960); pr. Stan Rhodes & Gerald Alters
6. Decca 31660, 1964; wr. Bob Hilliard & Mort Garson; pr. Bud Granoff
7. from telecast of Ronald Reagan inauguration celebration, Jan. 1981; courtesy TA
8. MSR 624, c.1968; wr. Mary Neimy
9. Liberty 55277, 1960; wr. Ross Bagdasarian
10. Polydor 14258, 1974; wr. James Brown
11. Epic 9721, 1964; wr. Mort Garson & Bob Hilliard
12. Rainy Wednesday 203, 1973; wr. Dickie Goodman
13. Laurie 3451, 1968; wr. Dick Holler, Arnold Shapiro & Phil Gernhard; pr. Gernhard Enterprises
14. Stax 0046, 1969; wr. Homer Banks, Bettye Jean Crutcher & Raymond Jackson
15. Mercury 5839, 1952; wr. Maurada, Montgomery & Shapiro
16. Decca 28225, 1952; wr. Adrian Greenberg & Fletcher Peck
17. Buddah 44, 1968 (DJ rel. only); wr. Jim Lowe; pr. Don Christopher & Eric Colodene for Marvel Prod., Inc.; arr. & cond. Charles R. Grean
18. from sdtk. to Gli Intoccabili (aka Machine Gun McCain), 1969; wr. Ennio Morricone
19. A&M 1031, 1969; wr. Boyce & Hart; arr. Jimmie Haskell
(1) 2.8
(2) 2.3
(3) 2.8
(4) 4.9
(5) 7.6
(6) 1.9
(7) 2.7
(8) 3.3
(9) 2.1
(10) 5.5
(11) 1.8
(12) 2.7
(13) 2.6
(14) 3.2
(15) 2.7
(16) 4.1
(17) 3.1
(18) 5.6
(19) 2.0
session 231 -- put your weight on it Oct. 22 '08  
artist: title notes file size
Rudy Ray Moore, et al: Dolemite audio of trailer for Dolemite film, 1975
shoutout to B.C. & D.D.
2.0
session 230 -- follow me Oct. 18 '08  
artist: title notes file size
1. Alan Crofoot: Mr. Piper
2. The Cupcakes: Pied Piper
3. The Changin' Times: The Pied Piper
4. Public Image, Ltd.: Pied Piper
5. Bob Summers: The Pied Piper
6. Del Shannon: The Pied Piper
7. promo for Donovan film
8. Lloyd Thaxton: Pied Piper Man
9. Bob & Marcia: The Pied Piper
10. The Ventures: The Pied Piper
11. Steve Race & His Group: Pied Piper (The Beeje)
12. Crispian St. Peters: The Pied Piper
13. Artie Shaw's Gramercy Five: Pied Piper Theme
14. The Beach Boys: I'm The Pied Piper
15. The Jets: The Pied Piper
16. Billy Williams: The Pied Piper
17. Hot Lips Page & His Band: The Pied Piper
18. Rita Marley: Pied Piper
1. 1963; themesong from Canadian TV series Mr. Piper; more info
2. Diamond 177, 1965
3. Philips 40320, 1965; wr. Artie Kornfeld & Steve Duboff; orig. version (AK & SD = Changin' Times)
4. from compilation LP Machines (Virgin 2177, 1980); wr. John Lydon, Keith Levene & Steve New; pr. Mick Glossop; more info
5. Verve 10700, 1973; wr. Artie Kornfeld & Steve Duboff
6. from LP Total Commitment (Liberty 7479, 1966); wr. Artie Kornfeld & Steve Duboff
7. 1972; promo for UK film, starring Donovan as "The Piper"; more info
8. Domain 1023, 1964; wr. Phil Sloan & Steve Barri
9. A&M 1294, 1972; wr. Artie Kornfeld & Steve Duboff
10. from LP Wild Things (Dolton 8047, 1966)
11. Parlophone (UK) 4981, 1963; wr. Steve Race
12. Jamie 1320, 1966; wr. Artie Kornfeld & Steve Duboff
13. 1954; orig. unrel.; from CD Last Recordings: Rare And Unreleased (Music Masters Jazz 65071, 1992); wr. Shaw; incl. Hank Jones (p), Tal Farlow or Joe Puma (gtr), Joe Roland (vib)
14. portion of EP insert to LP Holland (Brother 2118, 1973); wr. Brian Wilson with Carl Wilson; narr Jack Riely; other voc Brian Wilson; more info
15. Fontana (Netherlands) YF 278 122, 1966; wr. Artie Kornfeld & Steve Duboff; more info; still more
16. Coral 61795, 1957; wr. Lee Denson; dir. Jimmy Haskelle [sic]
17. Bluebird 7682, 1938
18. Rio (Jamaica) 108, 1966; wr. (uncred.) Artie Kornfeld & Steve Duboff; Studio 1 Prod.; more info; still more
(1) 0.3
(2) 1.5
(3) 1.6
(4) 2.6
(5) 3.3
(6) 3.0
(7) 1.3
(8) 3.4
(9) 3.9
(10) 2.7
(11) 3.1
(12) 1.8
(13) 5.9
(14) 8.2
(15) 3.4
(16) 1.6
(17) 1.7
(18) 1.6
session 228b Oct. 9 '08  
Added a stellar (and quite rare) cut by Gene Taylor to the Nose Wide Open session (tr. 7) -- another Bobby Womack contribution to the NWO phenomenon, at that.
session 229 -- Custer meets his Waterloo Oct. 4 '08  
artist: title notes file size
1. Jenks Tex Carman: Custer's Massacre
2. Johnny Cash: Custer
3. Larry Verne: Mister Custer
4. Popcorn & The Mohawks: Custer's Last Man
5. Rose Maddox: Custer's Last Stand
6. The Redwoods: Please Mister Scientist
7. Sons Of The Pioneers: Custer's Last Battle
8. Stan Freberg: Custer's Last Stand
9. The Copycats: Chief Sittin' Bull
10. Larry Verne: Return Of Mister Custer
11. The Scouts: Mister Custer Stomp
12. The Emeralds: Custer's Last Stand
1. Sage & Sand 398, 1963
2. from LP Bitter Tears: Ballads Of The American Indian (Columbia 9048, 1964); wr. Peter LaFarge
3. Era 3024, 1960
4. Motown 1002, 1960; wr. Berry Gordy, Smokey Robinson & Richard "Popcorn" Wylie
5. Capitol 4241, 1959
6. Epic 9505, 1962; ld voc Jeff Barry
7. radio transcription; wr. Lon Healy
8. from CD The United States Of America, Vol. 2: The Middle Years (Rhino R2 72477, 1996); wr. Freberg
9. Prince 5061/Rust 5024, 1960
10. Era 3139, 1964
11. Rendezvous 165, 1962
12. Rex 1013 (New Orleans), 1960; wr. Kelly, Mattle & Wegmann
(1) 2.4
(2) 3.2
(3) 2.2
(4) 5.5
(5) 3.3
(6) 1.8
(7) 2.8
(8) 2.3
(9) 1.9
(10) 2.2
(11) 2.1
(12) 1.7
session 228 -- it means he's into you Oct. 2 '08  
artist: title notes file size
1. Tye Tonge Hanley: You Got My Nose Wide Open
2. Ike & Tina Turner: Lose My Cool
3. Johnny Littlejohn: I Got My Nose Open
4. The Valentinos: It's All Over Now
5. Ike Perry & The Lyrics: She's Got His Nose Wide Open
6. Tribe: Hung Up, Strung Out, Nose Wide Open
7. Gene Taylor: You Got My Nose Wide Open

not quite grasping the concept:
8. The Rolling Stones: It's All Over Now

1. JVB (Detroit) 88, c.1957; aka Hanley Johnson; more info
2. orig. unrel., c.1965; wr. Ike Turner; more info; a flare of the nostrils to JB & DC
3. Jackson MS, early '60s?; rec. John Vincent; more info
4. SAR 152, 1964; wr. Bobby Womack & Shirley Womack; pr. Sam Cooke
5. Ann 101 (Baton Rouge) / Bee 1875, c.1964; more info
6. from LP Tribal Bumpin' (ABC-Dunhill 859, 1975); pr. Big Dee Ervin & Earl Foster; more info
7. Minit 32073, 1963; arr. Bobby Womack; wr. Jimmy Holiday & Bobby Womack; pr. Via Del Ray Prod.
8. London 9682, 1964; wr. Bobby Womack & Shirley Womack
2.5
1.7
5.7
2.0
1.8
3.6
1.8
2.4
session 227 -- Greatest Record Ever Made (this week's version) Sept. 20 '08  
artist: title notes file size
Mad Sound: To Masturbate Jacksbeat 1080, 1968
from Grena, Jutland, Denmark

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5.9
session 226 -- I guess you had to be there Sept. 9 '08  
artist: title notes file size
1. Paul Lynde: Alice In Wonderland
2. Charley Weaver: Dr. A.J. Quick
3. Paul Lynde: Tip
4. Paul Lynde: Dale Evans
5. Totie Fields: Snails
6. Don Rickles: Superstition
7. Karen Valentine: Boobie Bird
8. Charley Weaver: Speech Problem
9. Paul Lynde: Talking Ass
10. Rose Marie: Shark
11. Mel Brooks: Neanderthal
12. Burt Reynolds: Pet Sheep
13. Buddy Hackett: Airplane
14. David Steinberg; Robert E. Lee
15. Joan Rivers: Divorce
16. Paul Lynde: 3 R's
17. Marty Allen: Grapefruit
18. Redd Foxx: Socks
19. Rose Marie: What Night
20. Paul Lynde: Horse & Donkey
21. Paul Lynde: Personality Traits
22. George Gobel: Ants
from 7" promo Zingers From The Hollywood Squares
Event 008, 1974
courtesy A.L. Drake

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(1) 0.6
(2) 0.7
(3) 0.5
(4) 0.8
(5) 0.6
(6) 0.9
(7) 0.4
(8) 0.8
(9) 0.6
(10) 0.6
(11) 1.1
(12) 0.7
(13) 0.5
(14) 0.6
(15) 0.7
(16) 0.6
(17) 0.5
(18) 0.6
(19) 0.5
(20) 0.5
(21) 0.6
(22) 0.6
session 225b Sept. 3 '08  
Added an excellent Chick Webb/Ella Fitzgerald selection (tr. 25) to the Bubblegum Pop! session.
session 225 -- Pop! Aug. 29 '08  
artist: title notes file size
the candy:
1. Tony Dano & Bobbie Reed: Love Is Bubble Gum
2. Lonzo & Oscar with their Winston County Pea Pickers: Poppin' Bubble Gum
3. Little Joe & The Moroccos: Bubble Gum
4. Ricky Skaggs: The Bubble Gum Song
5. The Del-Larks: Bubble Gum Doll
6. The Teardrops: Bubblegummer
7. Tony Dano & Bobbie Reed: Lollypop Romance
8. 1910 Fruitgum Co.: Bubble Gum World
9. Johnny Redd & The Rockin' Redlanders: Bubble Gum
10. Patty McCormack: Bubble Gum
11. Bobby Sherman: Bubble Gum And Braces
12. Johnny Cymbal: Ode To Bubble Gum
13. Kim Fowley: Bubblegum
14. Sonny Marshall with Orch.: Bubble Gum Betty
15. Captain Groovy & His Bubblegum Army: Bubblegum March (Or Blowing Bubbles Through Rose Colored Glasses)
16. Hayward Davis Quintet: Bubble Gum Rock
17. Larry Dean & The Lennon Sisters: Bubble Gum
18. Penny Arcade: The Bubble Gum Tree
19. Rabbitt: Bubble Gum Train
20. The Playmakers: Bubble Gum
21. The Burris Young 'Uns: Funny Papers From Bubblegum
22. The Dual-Tones: Bubble Gum Bop
23. Ray Stevens: Bubble Gum The Bubble Dancer
24. Shades Of Rhythm: Bubble Gum
25. Chick Webb & His Orch., feat. Ella Fitzgerald: Chew-Chew-Chew (Chew Your Bubble Gum)

the music:
26. Jefferson Lee: Bubble Gum Music
27. Ricky & The Vacels: Bubble Gum
28. The Sweet Bippies: Bubblegum Music
29. Rocknroll Double Bubble Trading Card Company Of Philadelphia: Bubble Gum Music

1. Blast 211, 1963
2. RCA Victor 20-2765, 1948; wr. Zeb Turner
3. Bumble Bee 500, 1958
4. from LP That's It (Rebel 1550, 1976)
5. orig. unrel. (later rel. as Park Avenue 8), 1958
6. Musicor 1218, 1966; wr. Paul Trefzger; more info
7. Blast 211, 1963
8. from LP Simon Says (Buddah 5010, 1968)
9. Carellen 11P, 1962; wr. Rice & Pasquantonio; more info
10. Dot 15762, 1958; wr. S. Rugg, S. Lee & R. Barr; dir. Larry Gordon
11. from LP Portrait Of Bobby (Metromedia 1040, 1971)
12. Amaret 111, 1969
13. Imperial 66349, 1969; wr. Martin Cerf & Kim Fowley
14. Air 5041, 1959; wr. Jack & Esther Curry; more info
15. Super K 104, 1969
16. Christy 103, 1958
17. Brunswick 55075, 1958
18. Smash 2190, 1968
19. LHI 26, 1970; wr. Larry Marks; pr. Larry Marks & Lee Hazlewood (for Lee Hazlewood Prod.)
20. Tap 501, 1961
21. Metromedia 113, 1969
22. Sabre 204, 1960
23. Mercury 72307, 1965
24. Caddy 102, 1956
25. Decca 2389, 1939; wr. Ella Fitzgerald, Chick Webb & Buck Ram
26. Original Sound 93, 1970
27. Express 711, 1962
28. A&M 990, 1968
29. Buddah 78, 1969; wr. Feldman & Goldstein; pr. Jerry Goldstein (for FGG Prod.); arr. & cond. Bassett Hand
(1) 1.9
(2) 1.9
(3) 1.8
(4) 3.2
(5) 2.5
(6) 1.9
(7) 1.6
(8) 3.2
(9) 1.6
(10) 2.9
(11) 2.9
(12) 1.4
(13) 3.4
(14) 1.9
(15) 1.7
(16) 3.0
(17) 2.0
(18) 1.4
(19) 4.0
(20) 3.1
(21) 3.0
(22) 1.5
(23) 2.4
(24) 2.4
(25) 2.1
(26) 1.5
(27) 3.0
(28) 1.6
(29) 3.4
session 224 -- The Day The Clown Cried Aug. 28 '08  
artist: title notes file size
Jimmy Beaumont & The Skyliners: The Day The Clown Cried Drive 6250, 1976; wr. Clarence Reid; pr. Steve Alaimo; strings arr. Mike Lewis; "rec. on MCI equipment"
more info

illo: Drew Friedman (detail) >

2.1
session 206b Aug. 27 '08  
Added Reparata & The Delrons' "Panic" to the Panic Button session -- where, of course, it should have been all along.
session 223 -- Love, Mary Warner Aug. 16 '08  
artist: title notes file size
1. Barney Bigard Sextet: Sweet Marijuana Brown
2. 1910 Fruitgum Co.: Mary Wanna (Go With Me)
3. Gertrude Michael: Sweet Marihuana
4. unidentified: In The Last Days
5. Honeytree: Rattle Me, Shake Me
6. Neil Diamond: The Pot Smoker's Song
7. Jerry Samuels: I Owe A Lot To Iowa Pot
8. Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends: Lotus Blossom
9. Gene Marshall: Smoke It - The Pot
10. Carly Simon: Long-Term Physical Effects
11. Doc Pomus: My Good Pott
12. The Cats & The Fiddle: Killin' Jive
13. Lincoln Chase: Wooshp, Oom, Sff ... Ahhhh!
1. Black & White 13, 1945; wr. Leonard Feather
2. orig. rel. UK only, c.1969; wr. Austin Roberts
3. from film Murder At The Vanities, 1934; wr. Arthur Johnston & Sam Coslow; more info
4. Halmark 750136, c.1974; wr. Naomi Jean McClain; more info
5. from LP Evergreen (Myrrh 1039, 1975); wr. Nancy Honeytree; more info
6. from LP Velvet Gloves And Spit (Uni 730300, 1968); wr. Neil Diamond
7. from CD The Second Coming (Rhino 72402, 1996); wr. Jerry Samuels
8. Capitol 1376, 1947; wr. Julia Lee
9. Preview 2742, c.1976; wr. Juanita Norberg; courtesy BP; more info
10. from sdtk. LP Taking Off (Decca 79181, 1971); wr. Carly Simon & Tim Saunders
11. Savoy 5545, 1947; with the Curley Russell All Stars; wr. Doc Pomus
12. Bluebird 8216, 1939; wr. Tiny Grimes
13. from LP Lincoln Chase And You (Paramount 6074, 1974); wr. Lincoln Chase; courtesy TA
(1) 2.1
(2) 3.2
(3) 1.2
(4) 2.5
(5) 4.7
(6) 5.5
(7) 5.0
(8) 2.3
(9) 2.5
(10) 2.5
(11) 1.9
(12) 2.0
(13) 4.1
session 222 -- Bump Step Aug. 9 '08  
artist: title notes file size
1. Vi Velasco: Benefit Of The Doubt
2. Vi Velasco: Follow My Heart
3. Vi Velasco: I Don't Want To Go On
4. Vi Velasco: If You Must Break A Heart
5. Alexys: The Evolution Of Alexys
6. Angie Hester: The Bump Step
7. Doris: Benny Law
8. Doris: Why Did You Go
9. Doris: You Made A Fool Of Me
1. from LP The Vi Velasco Album (Vee Jay 1135, 1965); wr. Kusik, Adams & Kasha; arr. Charles Calello; pr. Al Kasha & Charles Calello
2. from LP The Vi Velasco Album (Vee Jay 1135, 1965); wr. D. Irwin & J.B. Wellington; arr. Charles Calello; pr. Al Kasha & Charles Calello
3. Vee Jay 655, 1965; wr. Kusik, Adams & Kasha; arr. Charles Calello; pr. Al Kasha & Charles Calello
4. Vee Jay 690, 1965; wr. B. Kaye & P. Springer; arr. Charles Calello; pr. Al Kasha & Charles Calello
5. Dot 16796, 1965; wr. Alexys & Bonnie Guitar (Alexys' mother); more info
6. ABC 10943, 1967; wr., arr., pr. & male voc Lincoln Chase
7, 9. rec. c.1970; from CD Did You Give The World Some Love Today, Baby? (EMI Svenska, 1996); wr. Christer Olsson & Thomas Sallstrøm; pr. Håkan Sterner; arr. & cond. Berndt Egerbladh; more info
8. same as tr. 7 & 9 above, but subst. wr. Jerome South

all courtesy MG and TA

(1) 1.8
(2) 3.2
(3) 2.5
(4) 2.3
(5) 1.6
(6) 3.2
(7) 3.1
(8) 3.3
(9) 3.6
session 221 -- Greatest Record Ever Made (this week's version) Aug. 6 '08  
artist: title notes file size
The Avengers: Batarang Ardent 106, 1966; wr. Lee Baker, Bill Donati, Joe Gaston, Bobby Lawson, Joe Lee, Terry Manning; pr. Uncle John's Gang

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2.2
session 220 July 31 '08  
artist: title notes file size
1. Fields-Madera Orch.: Holy Mackerel
2. Prentice Moreland: Holy Mackerel
3. Little Richard: Holy Mackerel
4. Chicago Cubs Of 1969: The Cubs Song (Hey Hey Holy Mackerel)
5. The Treniers: Holy Mackerel
1. Redd-E 1015, 1958
2. Challenge 9134, 1962
3. Modern 1018, 1966
4. 1969 (duh); wr. John Frigo
5. Brunswick 55014, 1957

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1.7
3.0
2.0
2.7
1.8
session 216b / 219b July 29 '08  
Crammed a few late additions into a couple of recent sessions: Brenda Lee, The Olympics and The Tiffanys to session 219, and Porkchop Johnson to session 216.
session 219 -- giddyap! July 26 '08  
artist: title notes file size
1. Billy Vaughn: Happy Cowboy
2. Buddy Alan & Don Rich: Cowboy Convention
3. The Clickettes: The Lone Lover
4. Jimmy Drake: Little Cowboy
5. The Majestics: Lone Stranger
6. unidentified: I Lost My Girl To An Argentinian Cowboy
7. Michelle Wood: Little Cowboy
8. Skeeter Davis & NRBQ: Everybody Wants A Cowboy
9. New World: Cowboy Convention
10. The Olympics: Dodge City
11. Hoosier Hot Shots: Dude Cowboy
12. The Marquees: Wyatt Earp
13. Harold Stern: The Jewish Cowboy
14. The Statler Brothers: Whatever Happened To Randolph Scott?
15. Brenda Lee: My Baby Likes Western Guys
16. Ohio Express: Cowboy Convention
17. The Olympics: Western Movies
18. The Tiffanys: I Don't Dig (Western Movies)
19. Loretta: The Cowboy
20. Ernest Tucker: Cowboy Hop
21. Martin Denny: Midnight Cowboy
1. Dot 16477, 1963
2. Capitol 2928, 1970; wr. John Carter & Peter Barnfather; more info
3. Guyden 2043, 1963; wr. Jean Baldwin, Barbara English, Sylvia Hammond, Barbara Saunders, Otis Blackwell
4. unrel. demo, c.1956 (v.2); wr. Jimmy Drake (aka Nervous Norvus); more info
5. Sioux 91459, 1959
6. Halmark OV-761 (song-poem); wr. Joseph Dzurus; more info
7. from LP Hollywood Sessions (Sunrise HS-022) (song-poem); wr. Ivan Blank
8. from LP She Sings, They Play (Rounder 3092, 1985); wr. Skeeter Davis
9. RAK (UK) 502, 1972; wr. John Carter & Peter Barnfather
10. Arvee 5020, 1960
11. Okeh 6503, 1941; wr. Porter
12. Okeh 7096, 1957; group incl. Marvin Gaye; more info
13. Manischewitz Wine promo; songs by Avram; more info
14. Mercury 73448, 1974; wr. Don Reid & Harold Reid
15. from LP Brenda Lee (Decca 4039, 1960)
16. Buddah 147, 1969; wr. John Carter & Peter Barnfather
17. Zee 103 / Demon 1508, 1958
18. Rockin' Robin 1
19. Valiant 6054, 1964; wr. Bodie Chandler & Barry DeVorzon; arr. Bodie Chandler
20. Jubilee 5360, 1959; wr. Ernest Tucker; musical dir. Billy Rock
21. Liberty 56126, 1969; wr. John Barry
(1) 3.4
(2) 4.1
(3) 1.3
(4) 3.5
(5) 1.4
(6) 1.6
(7) 3.1
(8) 3.5
(9) 3.8
(10) 2.0
(11) 2.0
(12) 1.7
(13) 6.6
(14) 2.7
(15) 3.1
(16) 4.4
(17) 1.6
(18) 2.6
(19) 1.6
(20) 2.6
(21) 3.2
session 218 -- Sincerely, Jo Stafford July 23 '08  
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1. Tommy Dorsey & His Orch. feat. Jo Stafford: Little Man With A Candy Cigar
2. Jonathan & Darlene Edwards: Cocktails For Two
3. Jonathan & Darlene Edwards: I Am Woman
4. Jonathan & Darlene Edwards: I Love Paris
5. Jo Stafford with Paul Weston's Music: The Gentleman Is A Dope
6. Jo Stafford & Dick Haymes: We'll Build A Bungalow (Big Enough For Two)
1. Victor 27338, 1941; wr. Matt Dennis & Frank Killdu
2. wr. Arthur Johnston & Sam Coslow
3. wr. Helen Reddy & Ray Burton
4. wr. Cole Porter
5. from LP The Hits Of Jo Stafford (Capitol 1921, 1964); wr. Rodgers & Hammerstein, c.1947 (poss. as answer to Rodgers & Hart's "The Lady Is A Tramp")
6. radio broadcast, 1950; wr. Norris the Troubadour
2.2
1.8
2.0
2.0
3.9
1.2
session 217 -- Greatest Record Ever Made (this week's version) July 14 '08  
artist: title notes file size
George Pepp: For You Masque 2936; wr. Sax Kari; Sax Kari prod. 3.5
session 216 -- getting to yes July 10 '08  
artist: title notes file size
1. Blind Willie McTell: Searching The Desert For The Blues
2. Big Son Tillis: When I Come In This House Woman
3. Big Maybelle: Gabbin' Blues (Don't Run My Business)
4. Hollywood Jills: He Makes Me So Mad
5. Hot Shot Love: Wolf Call Boogie
6. The Newlyweds: The Quarrel
7. Porkchop Johnson: Pork Chop Stomp
8. Charles Glass with Orch.: Screamin' And Dyin'

also at Probe:
session 243

1. Victor 23353, 1932; feat. Ruby Glaze (Glaze poss. aka Kate McTell, Blind Willie's wife)
2. aka Elias Tillis; courtesy G&MGS
3. Okeh 6931, 1953; feat. Rose Marie McCoy; wr. Rose Marie McCoy & Leroy Kirkland
4. Tune-Kel 606 (and Capitol 2176), 1968; wr. Sax Kari; pr. Joe Banashak
5. Sun 196, 1954; courtesy G&MGS
6. Homogenized Soul 601, 1962; wr. & pr. Mike Lenaburg; courtesy FvdE; see also
7. Champion 15796, 1929; Johnson aka Lee Green
8. Magnet 7011, 1953; courtesy BM
(1) 2.2
(2) 2.1
(3) 1.9
(4) 1.7
(5) 2.1
(6) 2.0
(7) 2.3
(8) 1.9
session 215 -- you got to walk home baby July 2 '08  
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1. The Treniers: Uh Oh (Get Out Of The Car)
2. Richard Berry: Oh Oh Get Out Of The Car
3. Sammy Davis, Jr.: Get Out Of The Car

bonus:
4. The Treniers: studio chatter prior to above recording

1. Okeh 7050, 1955; wr. Cliff & Claude Trenier
2. Flair 1064, 1955; wr. Richard Berry & Joe Josea
3. Decca 29929, 1956; wr. Cliff & Claude Trenier
1.9
2.1
3.9
0.3
session 214 -- all the stars in the galaxy June 20 '08  
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1. Hugo & Luigi: Rockabilly Party
2. Johnny Angel: Teenage Wedding
3. Jackie Paine: Go Go Train
4. Barbara & Brenda: Don't Wait Up For Me Mama
5. Fabian: Wild Party
6. Mike Stevens & The Shevelles: The Go-Go Train
7. Dick Bush: Hollywood Party
8. Ric Castle: She's Got Soul
9. Anthony & The Sophomores: Play Those Oldies, Mister D.J.
10. Sandy Selsie: Gonna Get Some Records
11. Barbara Evans: Souvenirs
1. Roulette 4012, 1957
2. Vin 1004, 1958; tk. 1; see also
3. Jet Stream 725, 1966; pr. & co-wr. Huey Meaux; see also
4. Dynamo 120, 1968; see also
5. Chancellor 1092, 1961
6. UK cover of tr. 3 above, 1966
7. Era 1067, 1957; Dick Bush aka Donnie Brooks
8. Warner Bros. 5355, 1963; wr. Wayne & Sauter
9. Mercury 72103, 1963
10. Columbia 42594, 1962; wr. Ruth Batchelor & Clive Westlake;
      pr. Don Law & Frank Jones; publ. Elvis Presley Music
11. RCA 47-7519, 1959

Brenda Lee & Elvis Pee >

(1) 1.8
(2) 2.2
(3) 1.7
(4) 1.4
(5) 1.4
(6) 2.4
(7) 1.9
(8) 3.5
(9) 1.8
(10) 1.5
(11) 1.4
session 213 -- Greatest Record Ever Made (this week's version) June 6 '08  
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Ray Allen & The Embers: Ham The Space Monkey

bonus:
Lisa Anders & The Victory 5: Space Monkey

Sinclair 1002, 1961
Senator 711, 1960
more info: 1 2
2.2
1.6
session 212 -- he was just 79 and he didn't mind dyin'... June 4 '08  
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1. Aztec
2. Love Is A Secret
3. Hong Kong, Mississippi
4. Not Guilty
5. Pills (Love's Labours Lost)
6. Bo Diddley's Dog
7. What's Buggin' You
8. I Wonder Why (People Don't Like Me)
9. Stinkey
10. Africa Speaks
11. Background To A Music
12. I'm High Again
13. Soul Train
14. Bo Diddley 1969
15. I Don't Like You
1-2. Checker 976, 1961; wr. Ellas McDaniel
3-4. from LP Bo Diddley Is A Gunslinger (Checker 2980, 1961); wr. Ellas McDaniel
5. Checker 985, 1963; wr. Ellas McDaniel
6-7. from LP Bo Diddley's Beach Party (Checker 2988, 1963); wr. Ellas McDaniel (tr. 7 aka "Crackin' Up")
8. from LP Hey Good Lookin' (Checker 2992, 1965); wr. Ellas McDaniel
9. from LP Let Me Pass (Chess (UK) 4507, 1965); wr. Ellas McDaniel
10-11. from LP The Originator (Checker 3001, 1966); wr. Ellas McDaniel
12. Checker 1200, 1968; wr. Ellas McDaniel
13. Checker 1213, 1969; wr. Jerry Kasenetz & Jeff Katz
14. Checker 1213, 1969; wr. Richie Cordell & Layng Martine, Jr.
15. from LP The Black Gladiator (Checker 3013, 1970); female voc Cookie V (aka Cornelia Redmond); wr. Cornelia Redmond, Bobby Alexias & Kay McDaniel

also at Probe:
Cookie V 45 (pr. B.D.)
ofay cover versions of "Bo Diddley"
Bo on the Cold War (tr. 9)

(1) 1.7
(2) 4.2
(3) 2.1
(4) 1.5
(5) 2.0
(6) 2.8
(7) 2.1
(8) 3.7
(9) 3.5
(10) 1.8
(11) 2.6
(12) 1.9
(13) 2.0
(14) 1.8
(15) 4.3
session 211 -- say goodnight, Dick May 30 '08  
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1. Arte Johnson & Ruth Buzzi: Very Interesting
2. Bobby Biggs: Here Comes The Judge
3. Senator Bobby: Sock It To Me, Baby
4. Shorty Long: Here Comes The Judge
5. Rodd Keith: Here Comes The Judge
6. Pigmeat Markham: Here Comes The Judge
7. Pigmeat Markham: Sock It To 'Em Judge
8. The Majestics: Here Comes Da Judge
9. Broadway Maintenance Tickle Co.: You Bet Your Sweet Bippy
10. Leroy Holmes: Inquisitive Tango
11. Freddie Cannon: Sock It To The Judge
12. Freddie Cannon: Beautiful Downtown Burbank
13. The Buena Vistas feat. Popcorn Wylie: Here Comes Da Judge
14. The Buena Vistas feat. Popcorn Wylie: Soul Clappin'
15. The Rare Sound: Very Interesting
16. The Ventures: Here Comes The Judge
17. The Magistrates: Here Comes The Judge
18. Jud Strunk: A Daisy A Day
19. Jud Strunk: My Country
20. The Wrest: Bet Your Sweet Bippy
21. Judy Carne: Sock It To Me
22. Tiny Tim: Tip Toe Thru' The Tulips With Me
23. Jackie Kannon: Very Interesting
1. Reprise 0753, 1968
2. from LP Dumb Ditties (K-Tel NU 9330, 1977)
3. RCA 47-9522, 1968; ld voc Bill Minkin
4. Soul 35044, 1968; intro voc Sammy Davis, Jr.
5. "soundalikes" session, c.1968
6. Chess 2049, 1968
7. Chess 2059, 1968
8. from LP Here Comes Da Judge (Arc (Canada) 780, c.1968)
9. Harbour 305, 1969; arr. ≈ cond. Tony Orlando
10. wr. Ian Bernard; Laugh-In theme song
11. We Make Rocknroll 1601, 1968; wr. Freddie Cannon; pr. Bob Finiz
12. Sire 4103, 1969; wr. Roberts & Cannon
13. Marquee 443, 1966
14. Marquee 445, 1966
15. In Sound 411
16. from LP The Horse (Liberty 8057, 1968)
17. MGM 13946, 1968
18. MGM 14463, 1972
19. Capitol 3960, 1974
20. Target 1003 / Tower 484, 1969
21. Reprise 0680, 1968; rec. in leftover time of a Sammy Davis session, with his band
22. Reprise 0679, 1968; wr. Al Dubin & Joe Burke; arr. Artie Butler
23. Roulette 7020, 1968
(1) 2.8
(2) 1.9
(3) 4.0
(4) 3.7
(5) 3.1
(6) 1.9
(7) 2.0
(8) 3.5
(9) 2.2
(10) 2.1
(11) 2.0
(12) 3.1
(13) 3.5
(14) 1.8
(15) 2.4
(16) 3.3
(17) 2.0
(18) 3.9
(19) 4.8
(20) 2.3
(21) 4.1
(22) 1.3
(23) 3.2
session 210 -- Mrs. Brown's other children May 24 '08  
artist: title notes file size
1. Connie Holiday: Mrs. James I'm Mrs. Brown's Daughter
2. Kenneth Young & The English Muffins: Mrs. Green's Ugly Daughter
3. Mrs. Brown's Lovely Daughter Carol: (Mother It's A) Frightful Situation
4. Marty & The Monks: Mrs. Schwartz, You've Got An Ugly Daughter
5. Lynn & The Mersey Maids: Mrs. Jones Your Son Gives Up Too Easy
6. The Detergents: Mrs. Jones (How 'Bout It)
7. Adrian Henri: Mrs. Albion, You've Got A Lovely Daughter
8. Tom Courtenay: Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter
9. Connie Francis & The Kids Next Door: Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter
1. Capitol 5447, 1965
2. Diamond 183, 1965
3. Challenge 59292, 1965; aka Carol Crane
4. Associated Artists 3065, 1965
5. R.I.C. 161, 1965
6. Roulette 4616, 1965
7. from LP The Incredible New Liverpool Scene (CBS (UK) 63045, 1967); more info
8. Decca 8537, 1963; orig. version; wr. Trevor Peacock; from ATV TV production The Lads; more info
9. from LP Children's Songs (King Leo [brief-lived MGM label for childrens' records] 903, 1966); wr. Trevor Peacock; pr. Tom Wilson; arr. & cond. Joe Mazzu; thanks to RT; more info
(1) 1.9
(2) 3.5
(3) 2.0
(4) 1.7
(5) 1.9
(6) 1.8
(7) 2.3
(8) 2.1
(9) 2.0
session 209 -- Probe's long-awaited endorsement May 20 '08  
artist: title notes file size
Jim Lowe: Michael J. Pollard For President Buddah 44, 1968; wr. Jim Lowe
pr. Don Christopher & Eric Colodene for Marvel Prod., Inc.
arr. & cond. Charles R. Grean
DJ rel. only
courtesy TA

click pic to reveal full campaign poster, suitable for framing

3.1
session 208 -- good old Mr. North May 11 '08  
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Jay North: When I Become A Man from LP Look Who's Singing! (Kem 27, 1959)
wr. Olofson & McIntyre; cond. & arr. Mark McIntyre* & Danny Gould;
   pr. Bill Richards & Hal Hopper
courtesy TA
more info

*father of Patience & Prudence

1.9
session 207 -- for shame! May 10 '08  
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1. Vinnie Monte: Naughty Naughty Baby
2. Jackie Day: Naughty Boy
3. Wynn Stewart: The World's Youngest Naughty Old Man
4. Jack Bradshaw: Naughty Girls
5. April Stevens: That Naughty Waltz
6. Delta Rhythm Boys: Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me
7. Fran Harris & Four Friends: Naughty Baby
8. Gary U.S. Bonds: Where Did The Naughty Girl Go?
9. Billy Vaughn: Naughty Annetta
1. Fargo 1000, 1958; wr. Burton, Keyes & Monte; arr. Chris Towns
2. Phelectron 382; wr. Roberts
3. from LP Love's Gonna Happen To Me (Capitol 2849, 1967)
4. Mar-Vel 752, 1959
5. RCA Victor 47-4876, 1952
6. wr. Arthur Swanstone, Chas. McCarron & Carey Morgan
8. Legrand 1025, 1962
9. Dot 15598, 1957
(1) 1.7
(2) 2.3
(3) 3.5
(4) 1.4
(5) 4.5
(6) 1.6
(7) 1.7
(8) 2.3
(9) 2.8
session 206 Apr. 27 '08  
artist: title notes file size
1. Chuck Grey with Sandy Stanton & The Panics: Push The Panic Button
2. The Detergents: Pushin' The Panic Button
3. Edgar Alan & The Po' Boys: Panic Button
4. The Panic Buttons: O Wow!
5. The Surfaris: Point Panic
6. The Noise Makers: Panic
7. The String-Alongs: Panic Button
8. Bill Curtiss & The Jayes: Panic Stricken
9. The Champs: Panic Button
10. Aki Aleong & The Nobles: Panic
11. Otis Williams & The Charms: Panic
12. Lou Johnson: The Panic Is On
13. Reparata & The Delrons: Panic
1. Fable 616, 1958; wr. Ethel Greenwood; see also
2. Kapp 753, 1966
3. Rust 5053, 1963; co-wr. Cooper-Nitzsche; pr. Cooper; arr. & cond. Nitzsche; see also
4. Chalom 100 / Gamble 230, 1968
5. Decca 31538, 1963
6. Astra 102 / Swirl International 2
7. Warwick 625, 1961; thanks MGS
8. Arc 4443, 1958
9. Challenge 9116, 1961; song aka "Suicide"
10. from LP Come Surf With Me (Vee Jay 1060, 1963); courtesy BM
11. King 5527, 1961; courtesy BM
12. orig. unrel.; courtesy BM
13. Mala 12000, 1968; wr. Daniel Green & Don Marchand
(1) 1.4
(2) 2.8
(3) 1.2
(4) 1.7
(5) 3.2
(6) 2.6
(7) 1.4
(8) 2.4
(9) 2.1
(10) 1.4
(11) 1.9
(12) 3.3
(12) 1.5
session 205b Apr. 17 '08  
Cribbed a track from our Ernest Tucker session to add to our telephone songs collection, below.
session 205 -- ding-a-ling-a-ling Apr. 16 '08  
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1. Johnny Fallin: Party Line
2. Robin Clark: Daddy Daddy (Gotta Get A Phone In My Room)
3. Tina & Daddy: The Telephone Call
4. Ernie Tucker & His Operators: Telephone Me Some Lovin'
1. Capitol 4216, 1959
2. Capitol 4503, 1961
3. Epic 11099, 1974; pr. Billy Sherrill; aka George Jones with his and Tammy's daughter, Tina Jones
4. Musicor 1005, 1961; wr. Tucker; "A Fowler-Tucker Prod."
3.0
1.5
3.5
3.0
session 202b Apr. 15 '08  
Added Jeff Barry's (as The Redwoods) terrific "Please Mister Scientist" to session 202, below. Gracias a Señor Niño for pointing out the oversight.
session 204 Apr. 13 '08  
artist: title notes file size
Marvin Rainwater: Tea Bag Romeo MGM 12090, 1955
wr. Rainwater
1.5
session 203 Apr. 12 '08  
artist: title notes file size
Sterling Blythe: You Picked Up A Stranger Sand 422 (also New World 7018)
wr. B. Blythe-S. Blythe; eng. Bill Porter
courtesy TA
4.5
session 202 -- scientists gone too far Apr. 8 '08  
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1. The Zanies: The Mad Scientist
2. Connie Francis: He's Just A Scientist
3. Lee Collins & The Orbits: Two Crazy Scientists
4. John D. Loudermilk: He's Just A Scientist (That's All)
5. The Redwoods: Please Mister Scientist
1. Doré 515, 1958; wr. Dore Jay & Leila Newman
2. orig. unrel., rec. 1961; wr. John D. Loudermilk
3. Dooto 601, 1963
4. from LP 12 Sides Of John D. Loudermilk (RCA Victor 2539, 1962); pr. Chet Atkins; wr. John D. Loudermilk
5. Epic 9505, 1962; wr. Jeff Barry & Artie Resnick; ld voc Jeff Barry
2.8
1.7
2.5
2.9
1.8
session 201 -- they were all JDs Apr. 5 '08  
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1. Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers: I'm Not A Juvenile Delinquent
2. Ronnie Allen: Juvenile Delinquent
3. Suzy Cope: Juvenile Delinquent
4. T.V. Slim & The Soul Brothers: Juvenile Delinquent
5. Phil Johns & The Lonely Ones: Ballad Of A Juvenile Delinquent
6. Buddy & The Citations: Juvenile Delinquent
1. Gee 1026, 1957
2. San 208, 1959; wr. Ronnie Allen
3. HMV (UK) POP-941, 1961
4. Timbre 510, 1966
5. River (Biloxi MS) 2012, 1960; wr. Phil Johns & John Houston; pr. Marion Carpenter
6. IRC (Chicago) 6918; aka "I'm Not A Juvenile Delinquent"

above sequence recommended

1.8
1.4
3.0
1.7
4.0
2.7

also at Probe:

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