Bob Brainen's playlist August 12, 2007 E-mail Bob Brainen
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Artist Track Album / Format Year Comments Most of the music was chosen by Terry Hank Levine and his Orch Image, Part One (45) 1961 Show Intro Theme Ray Bryant Trio The Madison Time "Terry and Bob say Hey" Duke Ellington Hot and bothered from 1932 - in "stereo!" The Big Bopper The Big Bopper's Wedding Rick Dees and his Cast of Idiots Disco Duck, Part 1 Lionel Hampton Piano Stomp Frogs I've got drugs Beatles I'm happy just to dance with you Sherry Fortune TERRIBLE ADAMS Jeanette McDonald and Nelson Eddy Indian Love Call Duke Ellington Hot and Bothered replay Cannonball Adderley Jive Samba T-Model Ford Bad man Sue Lyon Lolita Ya Ya Lolita Billy May Theme from Naked City Bernard Hermann Theme music from "Its a good life" episode from Twilight Zone "You're a bad man, a very bad man" Laurie Johnson Avengers Theme Goblin The Hunt Dawn of the Dead Modest Mouse The good times are killing me NRBQ The Simpson's Theme Terry Adams Rhythm Spell Rhythm Spell NRBQ Fate in a Pleasant Mood Wavelength Infinity (CD box set) Sun Ra Tribute Burt Ward Boy Wonder, I Love you (45) Brother Jack McDuff A Real good'un P.J. O'Connell Midnight Train Careful (CD) Harper Nobody's Angel Heard it thru the Bovine (EP) Mike Smith You certainly have got a pretty fantastic bod Aqua Velvet Chances are Upcoming Clang release Corsairs Smokey Places Tim Krekel Orch Wilson Pickett NRBQ Fraction of the Action Instro version ? Frizz me the Frisbee played three times
Terry first heard this song on FMU ca. 1969.
We're still trying to get the artist's name...do you know it?
Hot Shots Gee Baby Upcoming Clang release Don Murray and the Metrotones I'll dream no more Don Murray Misty live recording Mary's Ninth Cut Cheek Fellow Moondog Organ rounds, part 2 Joey Bochenek Lily of the Valley NRBQ Time to put that guitar down Live Capt. Lou Albano Grooves in Orbit Ad Buster Brown I love you for sentimental reasons Thanks to Bethany for the extra hour!
( The marked selections are from the Brainen Archive.)
3:41pm Bryce:Terrible Adams speaketh words of gold, the gold bricks just keep coming out and falling heavily to the floor. All this and the Avengers too, YAY! Love the Shakes or Bible game! 2:28pm Robbie White:It's great to hear so excited about his record collection. Thanks for a great 3 hour show Bob & Terry. 8:24pm Javier:Thank you both, I just wish it would have gone for 6 hours. You better come play in Spain or I´m going to get angry. Come play! The world needs NRBQ!...
(man) lt's true. Everybody loves NRBQ.
- Loves them? They need them. Like they need the air.
("Shadows and fog")
Loved the show. Am listening to it again and taping the stuff I like.
A few things stuck out.
Terry says the bass player suddenly gets angry a couple of minutes into Smokey Places but I didn't hear anything and have listened to the tape 3 times now. Did anyone else?
Fraction of the Action was the least NRBQ-like song I have ever heard. Sounds like Hall and Oates or some other 80s pop.
Loved Frizz me the Frisbee, the Duke Ellington and the Lionel Hampton.
2:13pm from a Former Louisvillian:Great show, boys, from Madison Time to Captain Lou & everywhere in between. Nice surprise to hear the Metrotones - I'm pretty sure Don Murray wrote the vocal arrangement for that as well as playing on it. Looking forward to the fifth show in the trilogy. 4:00am The Intl:"Frizz Me The Frizbee" was the theme song Rudnick & Frawley used for Kokaine Karma when they were on WABX in Detroit (summer 1969). That's all I know, maybe the info is somewhere in your archives since you had R & F before we did. They also used to play NRBQ's version of Rocket #9 a whole lot that summer. 9:37pm Richard Bochenek:I have more LP's of Joey Bochenek. Let me know what you are looking for. Instrumentals, what instruments, etc. Richard (his son) 8:04am howard pettys:I AM LOOKING FOR LOWIE BOCHENEK LET ME KNOW IF HE CAN BE CONTACTED. I KNEW JOEY PERSONALY AND HIS WIFE.AND SON LOWIE