Bell Kelly's Teenage Wasteland

July 10, 2016 Options

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Options When Will I Be Your Man - Kornelius Flowers (CD: Vintage Hedonist) [Sumo Rex]
Options I'll Sell My Soul - The Allies (45) 1966 [Valiant]
Options All Your Love - The Topham McCarty Band (CD: Backroom Blues Volume Three) 1990 [Bongo Boy]

Options Never Be That Man - The Higher State (12" LP: Volume 27) [13 O'Clock]
Options Hey Beach Boy - Andrea Carroll (45) 1966 [United Artists]
Options Sayonara - Rich Gilbert (CD: The Legendary Rich Gilbert) [Holy Wreckords]
Options A Someday Fool - M. G. & The Escorts (45) 1967 [Reo]
Options It's Summertime - The Deadbeat Poets (CD single) [Pop Detective]
Options Moon Shadows - The Velvetones (CD: The Lost Desert Tapes) 1965 [Ocean]

Options Mess Up Your Mind - The Reverberations (12" LP: Mess Up Your Mind) [Screaming Apple]
Options All Night Stand - The Thoughts (45) 1966 [Planet]
Options Miss You So Much - Tommy & The Rockets (CD: Beer And Fun And Rock 'n' Roll) [Uncle Mike's RnR]
Options We're Goin' Surfin - The Wailers (45) 1963 [Etiquette] w/ the Marshons
Options We Love You - Kid Congo & The Pink Monkey Birds (CD: La Arana es La Vida) [In The Red]
Options Shake Yourself Down - The Checkerlads (45) 1966 [RCA Victor]

Options China Doll - Eddy Best (featuring Chrissie Flatt) (CD: Bang Bang!) [Pop Detective]
Options Sand In My Shoes - The Drifters (45) 1964 [Atlantic]
Options Mad Monster Party - The Misfits (CD EP: Friday The 13th) [Misfits]
Options The Way I Feel About You - The Pete Best Combo (45) 1966 [Happening]
Options The Good Mind - Wild Billy Childish & CTMF (CD: SQ1) [Damaged Goods]
Options Midnight Run - The Nocturnes (CD: Rare Surf, Vol. 2) 1964 [AVI ]

Options Eyes All Over Town - Mrs. Magician (CD: Bermuda) [Swami]
Options Never Alone - The Five Canadians (45) 1966 [Domar]
Options The Ringing Phone - Plainfield Slim (CD: Backroom Blues Volume Three) [Bongo Boy]
Options No Surfin' Today - The Four Seasons (45) 1964 [Philips]
Options The Alligator - The Missing Souls (45) [State]
Options I Don't Know - The Cult (45) 1965 [20th Century-Fox]

Options Candlelight - The Mystery Lights (CD: The Mystery Lights) [Wick]
Options She's My Summer Girl - Jan & Dean (45) 1963 [Liberty]
Options Still The Same Young Man - Alvin Madison (CD: Backroom Blues Volume Three) [Bongo Boy]
Options Never To Be Forgotten - The Bobby Fuller Four (45) 1965 [Mustang]
Options It's Over Now - The Accelerators (CD: Rumble In The Boys Room) [Russo Syndicate]
Options Perfidia - The Ventures (45) 1960 [Dolton]

Options You Bring The Summer - The Monkees (CD: Good Times) [Rhino]
Options She's Sorry - The Journey Men (45) 1966 [Boss]
Options Misery - The Devils (CD: The Devils) [Voodoo Ruythm]
Options Out Of Limits - The Marketts (45) 1963 [Warner]
Options Ghoulin' - The Jay Vons (45) [La Castanya]


Listener comments!

  Sun. 7/10/16 3:23pm moe:

enjoyed the top topham tune... sounded like early fleetwood mac...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 7/10/16 3:35pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

'All Night Stand' written by Ray Davies.
  Sun. 7/10/16 3:36pm Linda Lee:

rock n roll is my god today. thank you, Mr. Bill Kelly!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 7/10/16 3:36pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

( of the derivatives of 'Hard Day's Night' - but more pointedly about Management & ShowBiz...)
Avatar Sun. 7/10/16 3:43pm geezerette:

Good afternoon Bill and Rrrrrrrrrrrockers.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 7/10/16 3:44pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Nuggets II :
...'In addition to his production...Shel Talmy was also the book-publishing business. One of his proteges was Thom Keyes...whose 1st novel, 'All Night Stand', documented the world of a fictitious beat group. To help promote the book & grease the wheels for deal...commissioned Ray Davies to compose a title song'...
  Sun. 7/10/16 3:51pm Linda Lee:

who's this with the female vocal? like it a lot.
  Sun. 7/10/16 4:02pm Linda Lee:

hola geezerette!
  Sun. 7/10/16 4:03pm Al:

On. vacation in Bath England - Got the real rock & roll with me!
Avatar Sun. 7/10/16 4:03pm geezerette:

Avatar Sun. 7/10/16 4:04pm geezerette:

Howdy Linda Lee!
  Sun. 7/10/16 4:07pm Linda Lee:

real nice set, no?
Avatar Sun. 7/10/16 4:08pm geezerette:

Yep! Like this quasi Seeds sound too,
Avatar Sun. 7/10/16 4:15pm geezerette:

Love how everyone sounds like everyone else.
Avatar Sun. 7/10/16 4:17pm geezerette:

Formula blur works like seamless sonic wallpaper.
  Sun. 7/10/16 4:22pm melinda:

I liked the alligator
Avatar Sun. 7/10/16 4:24pm geezerette:

missed it!
Avatar Sun. 7/10/16 4:40pm geezerette:

"It's Over Now", so good.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 7/10/16 4:49pm Mailman Tom:

Nice to hear a pop song now and then
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 7/10/16 5:00pm BADBRAIN:

the show is over now, so good is right
  Sun. 7/10/16 7:28pm The Potentate:

May the pungent minions of evil get lost in Newark at 2 AM on their way to your place.
  Mon. 7/11/16 6:19am Matt Dawson:

Kornelius Flowers is brilliant! He should be famous he is so good.
  Mon. 7/11/16 4:33pm harold fridkis:

that wailers record peaked at #150 on record world back in '63? thanks for that chart info,bill!
  Tue. 7/12/16 3:20pm inthepocket:

great show, tommy tedesco hated playing that awfull rock n roll, but it paid the bills, i guess
  Wed. 7/13/16 10:02am Perfidia / let them eat Tastykake / the Orlons:

Only knowing PERFIDIA as a VENTURES tune, it comes as a surprise it has lyrics and enough artists recorded it to fill an FMU show: Nat King Cole, Glenn Miller, Xavier Cougat, Desi Arnaz 40 minutes into a movie, Linda Ronstadt, disco Perfidia hustle, reggae Perfidia - JULIE LONDON's is best.

Bastille Day on E. 60th St., and Smith St. (sans Les Sans Culottes), and also the NJ FIREFLY FESTIVAL were celebrated Sunday. But I pilgrimaged to the ORLON'S annual free outdoor worth-the-trip show in the suburbs of Philadelphia. Lost FMU's signal after Princeton, where Trenton's College of New Jersey station WTSR continued the garage rock. When returning I realized, hey the rental has satellite! But I couldn't figure out navigating “One,” “Two,” and “Three” to access more than 3 undesirable channels.

You should intro ALVIN MADISON with this YT clip of the busker: “The thing about New York is you can see the crazies coming. In New Jersey you can be crazy for a whole month and you don't know they're crazy till they're already, like, something's wrong. But in New York they're coming toward you, you look at them, that person's crazy” . . . . ALLIGATOR is growing on me . . . . unknown BOBBY FULLER tune!
  Thu. 7/14/16 1:10am John from CDA:

"The Alligator" was originally performed by a short-lived Louisville band called the Us Four.
  Thu. 7/14/16 9:22am bk:

I own that one, John from CDA. The cover version I played is a little bit better, methinks.
  Mon. 8/8/16 11:52am Perfidia, continued:

Xavier Cugat's 1939 recording introduced "Perfidia" to the the West, which is likely how his 1937 guitarist and continuing associate Desi Arnaz came to sing it after splitting off to Miami to lead his own band. It's 1940 or 1941: "The president of RKO had been present when I sang 'Perfidia' at a San Francisco benefit. He liked the song and the way I sang it, just with my guitar. So he instructed his people to buy the film rights and have me sing it in this picture ["Father Takes a Wife"]. 'Perfidia was a lovely Latin ballad in slow tempo, a son [italics]. The part I was playing in the picture was that of an operatic tenor. So the producer of the picture decided I should sing it as an operatic aria with a big orchestra which, one, my voice was not equipped to do, and two, it was not the way it should be done. So 'Perfidia' wound up being sung in the picture by an Italian tenor, dubbing my voice [RIP Marni Nixon] in the style of an operatic aria, accompanied by a symphony orchestra. I received letters from Latin America, Spain, and especially Cuba, asking me, 'What the hell were you trying to do to "Perfidia," and where did you pick up the Italian accent?'"

Desi Arnaz started performing "Babalu" in 1946 according to his 1976 autobiography, "A Book," likely again because Xavier Cugat, from whom he continued enlisting band members, had recorded it in 1941 (as did others). It's a surprising read: Desi introduced the conga to America (congaed over to the club Joe E. Lewis was playing), meets Bob Hope, President Truman, the mob watches Desilu's "Untouchables," . . .
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