Bell Kelly's Teenage Wasteland

October 4, 2015 Options


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Options Pop Goes The World - The Dahlmanns (CD single) [Pop Detective]
Options Rock And Roll Love Letter - Tim Moore (45) 1975 [Asylum]
Options Prime Targets - Kurt Baker (CD: Play It Cool) [Rum Bar]

 
Options Why Do I Care - Stupidity (CD single) [Go Fast]
Options Mine Forever - The Tulu Babies (45) 1965 [Tema]
Options Aurora Corona - The Chills (CD: Silver Bullets) [Fire]
Options Indian Moon - Ginny Wright (45) 1954 [Fabor]
Options Hands Off Me - The Jackets (CD: Shadows Of Sound) [Voodoo Rhythm]
Options Cryin' Inside - Mouse & The Traps (45) 1968 [Fraternity]

 
Options Don't Talk To Strangers - Miriam (CD: Down Today) [Norton]
Options Kookie Kookie (Lend Me Your Comb) - Edward Byrnes w/ Connie Stevens (45) 1959 [Warner]
Options Omaha - Arwen Lewis (CD: Arwen) [Omad]
Options Walking In The Queens's Garden - Them (45) 1967 [Ruff]
Options Strychnine - Rocket From The Tombs (CD: Black Record) [Fire]
Options Werewolf - The Frantics (45) 1960 [Dolton]

 
Options As Time Rolls By - Paul Messis (45) [Market Square]
Options I'm Gonna Go Now - The Wrong Numbers (45) 1967 [Paris Tower]
Options Why Should I Care - The Reverberations (7" EP: Lost In Tyme) [Hidden Volume]
Options I Thank You - Sam & Dave (45) 1968 [Stax]
Options She's With Me - The Deadbeat Poets (45) [Pop Detective]
Options Don't Throw Your Love Away - The Searchers (45) 1964 [Kapp]

 
Options B. O. S. T. O. N. - The Charms (CD demo) [no label]
Options Tell Him No - The Lana Sisters (45) 1959 [Fontana]
Options I Found You Out - The Beginner's Mynd (45) [13 O'Clock]
Options Knock On My Door - The Primates (45) 1965 [Marko]
Options Television Spies - The Suburban Homes (45) [Total Punk]
Options Believe It Or Not - Donnie Elbert (45) 1957 [Deluxe]

 
Options Like An Angel - The New Trocaderos (CD: Thrills & Chills) [Uncle Mike's RnR]
Options I'm Not Alone - The David (45) 1967 [VMC]
Options Johnny's Dead - Twin Guns (CD: The Last Picture Show) [Hound Gawd!]
Options The Rubber Room - Porter Waggoner (45) 1971 [RCA Victor]
Options Happy Damage - The Jacuzzi Boys (CD: Happy Damage) [Mag Mag]
Options Jump, Jive And Harmonize - Thee Midniters (45) 1967 [Whittier]

 
Options (Consider It) A Debt Repaid - The Higher State (45) [13 O'Clock]
Options Dum Dum De Dip - Judi & The Affections (45) 1960 [Dode]
Options Misamerica - The Legendary Shack Shakers (CD: The Southern Surrealist) [Alternative Tentacles]
Options Louie Louie - The Sonics (45) 1965 [Etiquette]
Options Bad News Perfume - Barrence Whitfield & The Savages (CD: Under The Savage Sky) [Bloodshot]



Listener comments!

  Sun. 10/4/15 3:05pm Noel:

Rooers and Pop goes the world great
  Sun. 10/4/15 3:06pm Noel:

Rollers and Records sorry
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/4/15 3:06pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Hey, Bill! How'd the knee transplant go?
  Sun. 10/4/15 3:11pm P-90:

Hi Bill and Wastelanders everywhere
Avatar Sun. 10/4/15 3:12pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

I'm surprised the Men Without Hats original of "Pop Goes the World" wasn't as big a hit as "Safety Dance".
Avatar Sun. 10/4/15 3:19pm the Canterbury wood-elf:

Is this new Chills? Martin P just keeps writing classics...
  Sun. 10/4/15 3:26pm Noel:

Men Without Hats version should have been a hit . It sounds like "Nobody's Diary" by Yaz
  Sun. 10/4/15 3:29pm JoeChrisMorris:

play A House Is Not A Motel for Buzz!
  Sun. 10/4/15 3:36pm Noel:

Haven't heard Cookie lend me your comb in 55 years and Omaha jesus bill that new leg is getting me up to dance.
Avatar Sun. 10/4/15 3:37pm Mailman Tom:

Moby Grape! Ever heard their instrumental jam, "Dark Magic" ?
  Sun. 10/4/15 3:38pm Linda Lee:

great show so far Bill! love hearing the Kookie song. Ed (Kookie) Burns was a good friend of my folks' back in the late 50s (my dad was a bookie & enforcer for the latin mafia).
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/4/15 3:51pm bobdoesthings:

bill smash it!! smash it!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/4/15 3:56pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Moby Grape was exceptional (especially 1st album - personally got exposed by my older bro in my toddlerhood, so, roots) - & Arwen Lewis' covers are sterling.
Avatar Sun. 10/4/15 4:02pm Mailman Tom:

The Orlons did the original version of this song.
Avatar Sun. 10/4/15 4:03pm Mailman Tom:

I'll be checking out Arwen Lewis. Thanks!
  Sun. 10/4/15 4:17pm Linda Lee:

am i the only one seeing no playlist?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/4/15 4:19pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

No Linda - Bill Mac puts his playlists up later.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/4/15 4:19pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Bill Kelly I mean...
  Sun. 10/4/15 4:19pm Linda Lee:

aha. thanks Rev.
  Sun. 10/4/15 4:20pm Don't Throw Our Video Away !:

@Mailman Tom:
The Orlons Stephen Caldwell replied by email to your late June/early July post, about their having no live videos from the day. He wrote American Bandstand just dumped out all the footage when moving from 46th & Market out to LA, until outraged people found out. The Orlons 1962 appearance on the show is lost forever. - Shishka Bob
  Sun. 10/4/15 4:39pm shishka bob:

Who were the LA back-up singers on Monster Mash ?
  Sun. 10/4/15 5:33pm Al:

Hollywood Argyles I think.
  Sun. 10/4/15 6:30pm The dj:

Ken from Hyde Park...it was surgery for a torn meniscus. Shishka Bob...Darlene Love and the Blossoms.
  Sun. 10/4/15 6:47pm The dj, part deux:

Other Blossoms were Fanita James and Gloria Jones. Twins Nanette and Annette Williams likewise sang with them. Jack Nitzsche's wife, Grazia, occasionally joined the sessions as well.
  Mon. 10/5/15 10:23pm Wah Ooh !:

Thanks, I like Al's thinking, finally solved ! That's why Monster Mash sounds like Sinatra/That's Life . . . the dj didn't mention Suburban Homes is Paul Messis . . . wonder if Rubber Room qualifies Nicole Atkins' “What Country Was” . . . playing Orlons' original Don't Throw Your Love Away for hours . . . favs so far from Jacuzzi Boys, Jackets . . . "Mouse & the Traps" !
  Tue. 10/6/15 10:09am The dj:

The vocal for the Suburban Homes certainly doesn't sound at all like Paul Messis, but he was the guy who first brought them to my attention.
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