Sat. 6/9/12 2:21pm
Listener Jumpy from Brooklyn:
I think that label meant "sound of the '60s" to mean that they were the future. Little did they know Porter & the Bell Hops were on the horizon!
Sat. 6/9/12 2:33pm
Sounds like this should be from a Ray Dennis Steckler film!
Sat. 6/9/12 2:36pm
"Teenage Blues" woulda made a real swell twin spin with that Dick Clark abomination "Open Letter to the Older Generation"
Sat. 6/9/12 2:38pm
I remember the Surf vs R&B wars from about 68'. All my sisters listened to Motown and I liked the Beach Boys. they called it Surfer Music and it could earn you a beating.
Sat. 6/9/12 2:39pm
South Bay Surfers:
Sat. 6/9/12 2:40pm
Debbie from Ga:
Dolemite For President!
Sat. 6/9/12 2:42pm
Dolemite was his name and ...hmmm...what was his game again?
Sat. 6/9/12 2:47pm
Keep ya Boogaloose babys
Sat. 6/9/12 2:48pm
Mona Lisa's a motherfuckin' man!
Sat. 6/9/12 2:49pm
naw..Dali just put a moostashe on her
Sat. 6/9/12 2:51pm
Leonardo da Vinci:
Sat. 6/9/12 2:52pm
Someone shoulda put out a Chickee Wah Wah pedal
Sat. 6/9/12 2:56pm
A samplin man needs a Triflin Woman
Sat. 6/9/12 3:03pm
Grow another head an head off to the TWIN
Sat. 6/9/12 6:48pm
Wow! Carol Borland was most certainly a famous monster, despite her very short screen career. Mark of the Vampire was really a sound remake of the silent London After Midnight with the great Lon Chaney Sr. Sadly, a lost film!