Sunday, August 31, 2014

The Infectious world of Louie Louie


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What would be more insping for a young guitar/instrument playing  musician/hoodlum than learn the magic three chords...nuthin' my friends nuthin indeed...you realize that you can do almost anything what you want...Well, The Kingsmen made it big with this ultimate rockin' and rollin hit 1963...no doubt about that, but hey let's salute the three very true originators/pioneers of the song like Mr. Richard Berry who wrote it in the first place etc...check this vid out and learn it chillun, the mystery of ancient arts.

And of course we must all remember the Tacoma, Washington fellows who gave the song that great nasty extra punch 1965 and took the song into real new dimensions...

...and the crazy Pittsburgh guys who turned The Sonics version into total utter punk rock almost a decade before Ramones, The Pistols & co in 1966.

Dorothy Ellis - Drill Daddy Drill (1952)


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Recorded January 16, 1952 Federal 12070. Still-timely ode to oil exploration. "My Daddy is an oilman he drills night and day...He keeps drillin' til the oil has flowed away...".

Dorothy Ellis





Saturday, August 30, 2014

Boozoo Chavis - Uncle Bud (Adult Version)


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Legendary Louisiana zydeco cat Boozoo Chavis and dirty tune about Uncle Bud. You can find that song and many others (including another adult number called Deacon Jones) on this LP


SAM PHILLIPS The Man who Invented Rock & Roll pts. 1-2

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Poontang Perkins - Put De Pot On Mary



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Wow! Poontang Perkins...I think it's alias for Mr. Phil Flowers but I'm not sure.

B&W Sexploitation Trailers From The 60's pts. 1-4

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The Zanies - The Mad Scientist


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Hilarious tune by The Zanies...have no idea who these guys were...you can find this track on Bent, Batty & Bnoxious compilation album...if you can find that comp in the first place that is...I guess it was compiled by Crypt Records' Tim Warren back in the 1980's. Music is great 1950's & 60's novelty weirdo trash stuff.




Friday, August 15, 2014

Jerry Lee Lewis - Live at the Star Club, Hamburg (1964)


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This is one of the best live records ever made. Recorded April 5th 1964. It's easy to see/hear why they call Jerry Lee Lewis The Killer. Backed by The Nashville Teens.


Track listing:

Mean Woman Blues 0:00
High School Confidential 3:47
Money 6:29
Matchbox 11:03
What'd I Say - Part 1 13:50
Great Balls Of Fire 19:10
Good Golly, Miss Molly 21:05
Lewis' Boogie 23:29
Your Cheating Heart 25:15
Hound Dog 28:26
Long, Tall Sally 30:55
Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On 32:48





Sunday, August 3, 2014

John Holt - Ali Baba (1969)


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Immortal dreamy classic by the master of Jamaican rocksteady/reggae sounds John Holt

International Kansas City Playboys - Everybody's Going Wild (1966)


Uploaded by Joe Bonomo

Damnation this is wild stuff...screaming 60's soul blast! Check out the A-side of this 45 too Quittin' Time. This also came out as Curtis Lee & The K.C.P's - Get In My Bag / Everybody's Going Wild