Bell Kelly's Teenage Wasteland

October 14, 2018 Options

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Options Kleiner Astronaut - Veronique De La Chanson (CD: Wolken Zucker Himmel) [Sumo Rex]
Options Ain't It A Shame - Question Mark & The Mysterians (45) 1969 [Tangerine]
Options Wear Black - The Death Valley Girls (CD: Darkness Rains) [Suicide Squeeze]

Options Ballad Of Madface And The Baby - Palmyra Delran & The Dopple Gang (CD: Come Spy With Me) [Wicked Cool]
Options Gotta New Girl - Bobby Day (45) 1959 [Class]
Options My Best Friend Died (And Left Me His Guitar) - Wood Shampoo (CD: Out Of The Garage Volume Four) [Bongo Boy]
Options A Little Bit Of Soap - Narvel Felts (45) 1972 [Hi Country]
Options American Gold - Jeremy & The Harlequins (CD: Remember This) [Yep Roc]
Options Ball And Chain - The Great Scotts (45) 1966 [Triumph]

Options I Ain't Missing You - Richard & The Young Lions (CD: Volume 1) [Wicked Cool]
Options Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow - The Rivingtons (45) 1962 [Liberty]
Options You Belong To Me - Paul Collins (CD: Out Of My Head) [Alive]
Options The Kid's Are Alright - The Who (45) 1966 [Decca]
Options The Woods - The Creation Factory (CD: The Creation Factory) [Lolipop!]
Options Shame, Shame, Shame - Jimmy Reed (45) 1963 [Vee Jay]

Options You Think Too Much Of Me - Groovy Uncle (CD: Meanwhile Back In Medieval Britain) [Trouserphonic]
Options Finger Poppin' Time - The Stanley Brothers (45) 1960 [King]
Options Baby, You're The One - The Kryng (45) [Kuriosa]
Options People Of Tyme - Simple Simon & The Piemen (45) 1967 [Regency]
Options American Heartbeat - The Dahlmanns (CD: American Heartbeat) [Pop Detective]
Options Martian Hop - The Ran-Dells (45) 1963 [Chairman]

Options A Girl Like You - The Bookends (CD: Far Away But Around) [Otto Raw Recordings]
Options Where You At Jack - Little Mummy (45) 1960 [Federal]
Options Kill Yourself Live - Mudhoney (CD: Digital Garbage) [Sub Pop]
Options Come To Me - The Barons (45) 1967 [Monocle]
Options Gin No Suzu - Penny Ikinger (CD: Tokyo) [Off The Hip]
Options It's Alright - The Impressions (45) 1963 [ABC-Paramount]

Options As LOng As You Can Sleep - The Peawees (CD: Moving Target) [Rum Bar]
Options I Must Be Mad - The Craig (45) 1966 [Fontana]
Options Rain Has Gone - Reaction (CD: International Pop Overthrow Volume 21) [Omnivore]
Options Baby Blue - The Echoes (45) 1961 [Seg-Way]
Options After The Sunrise - The Grip Weeds (CD: Trip Around The Sun) [Jem]
Options Rockin' Robin - Ray Smith (45) 1964 [Vee Jau]

Options Nothing's Changed - The Dee Rangers (12" LP: All You Need Tonight) [Low Impact]
Options You Turned Your Back On Me - The Scott Bedford Four (45) 1965 [Congress]
Options Good Enough - Muck & The Mires (10" EP: Muckus Maximus) [Rum Bar]
Options Trickle, Trickle - The Videos (45) 1958 [Casino]
Options Temptation - Susan Surftone (CD: Out Of The Garage Volume Four) [Bongo Boy]


Listener comments!

Avatar Sun. 10/14/18 3:05pm Sid:

My face is in the ground. Where's the gutt.... oh, never mind.
Avatar Sun. 10/14/18 3:07pm Sigurður:

Once a week that's all.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/14/18 3:11pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

It's Sunday & I'ma sit in thuh Gare-awj & you can sue me.
Avatar Sun. 10/14/18 3:12pm Sid:

Hope the gar-aj is either heated or 'underground.'
Avatar Sun. 10/14/18 3:14pm Sid:

BK, did you play the Palmyra Delran-Handsome Dick record backwards yet?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/14/18 3:16pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...was chilly but there been espresso & sunlight...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/14/18 3:38pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...unedited 'Kids Are Alright'? Let's see what we're made of here...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/14/18 3:39pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...okay so single version...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/14/18 3:41pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I don't know why TheWho's 1st album isn't more widely held up as the 1st 6foot amplifier album...yes there'd been Kinks...LinkWray...DickDale blowing Fenders...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/14/18 3:43pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...JeffBeck doing things Hendrix would make everyone forget...
Avatar Sun. 10/14/18 3:56pm Sigurður:

I change right now, killer wave MALMÖ, SO I change always
Avatar Sun. 10/14/18 4:14pm Sid:

Kill Yourself Live, but first, please, before you go, don't forget the year-end drive....
Avatar Sun. 10/14/18 4:24pm coelacanth∅:

love the imps
it's alright
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/14/18 4:26pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

  Sun. 10/14/18 4:33pm noel:

RR the American audience woke up with Tommy. So they know "knot" the albums or singles that came before. Hendrix didn't make us forget anything he was just another head who gave us sounds the Who, Yardbirds an mr. Dylan were already contributing to.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/14/18 4:42pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

It seems to characterize Giants that they sum up all Before & influence everything After - standing @ the Center of Time, so to speak...
- & then another set of Punks & Alts recognize only PreOpera Who...
  Sun. 10/14/18 4:44pm noel:

If it's good I listen. Those pigeon holes are for the "byrds" If you like music then those holes get in the way of the groove. Pigeon hollers are for the byrds. Not a clue about SOUNDS.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/14/18 4:46pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I respect Purists for their Dedication & Focus - & for Preservation
...but I've always been an Eclectic - & so have been almost all of them Giants...
Avatar Sun. 10/14/18 4:46pm Sid:

There are those of us who came in at Who's Next/Tommy and later had a ball discovering Generation, Quick and Sell-Out. Leeds made so much noise that the early work was overwhelmed for awhile.
  Sun. 10/14/18 4:48pm noel:

I knew the Tommy/Next boomers and they were like late Stones fans LAME. If you have an ear then when you arrived has no relevance.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/14/18 4:49pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

For one thing - when TheWho were still On It - every album was very much a different Statement - moving w/ the Times - like TheBeatles in their seven years...
  Sun. 10/14/18 4:51pm noel:

Hate statements or messages they only hit the time stamp. Good music is not stamped in time. Purists are like constipated mathematicians too may pencils up their asses.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/14/18 4:52pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Wull - I mean 'Artistic Statement' in this context...
  Sun. 10/14/18 4:53pm noel:

The ear determines the whole trip. Without that all the explanations of where they were coming from when the put it down are nonsense.
  Sun. 10/14/18 4:55pm noel:

Music "critics" are just that. When I read between the lines of record "rags" back in 1971 I saw it was an English lit. exercise and left them in the dust.
  Sun. 10/14/18 4:56pm noel:

by the way Bill you are exceptional.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/14/18 4:57pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Music engages different lobes of the brain. Articulating it / about it - is not necessarily easy!
- & yes Thx to our host!
  Sun. 10/14/18 4:58pm noel:

RR that's why the "bread" should be flowing to the station.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/14/18 4:59pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

WFMU is a Cultural Cornerstone - damn straight !!
Avatar Sun. 10/14/18 5:00pm Buddha of Suburbia:

Buddha, LOL
Avatar Sun. 10/14/18 5:00pm Buddha of Suburbia:

I meant Buddha is LOL
  Sun. 10/14/18 7:10pm Bill Kelly:

Sid...kinda difficult to play a cd backwards.
  Mon. 10/15/18 10:44am James Burke Connections:

Philips and Sony co-developed the CD and its hardware off a Canadian-owned American-invented patent. Philips' Natuurkundig Laboratorium had previously developed the audio Compact Cassette . . . NatLab was also where a pair of electronic music composers dabbled, who in 1957 released "MOON MAID," on an album of experimental music.

Don Kirshner & Co. sampled the first 30 seconds of "MOON MAID" (FMU-playlisted off a 1962 album, as well) for "MARTIAN HOP"'s sound effects.

Also check out on YT:
McHALE'S NAVY's rendition of "PAPA OOM MOW MOW."
  Mon. 10/15/18 3:38pm an important note from space:

One of the Ran-Dells sings Martian "PAPA OOM MOW MOW" throughout "MARTIAN HOP" !
  Tue. 10/16/18 2:12pm jim krystoff:

thanx for nelvel farts tune
  Fri. 10/19/18 12:04am the Bird is the Word:

Funny: Philly fans do the Craig Kimbrel
pre-pitch stance on YouTube
  Swag For Life Member Sat. 10/20/18 3:14pm Peapeagirl:

Thanks once again bill
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