Bell Kelly's Teenage Wasteland

April 3, 2016 Options


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Options Make Up Your Mind - Death By Unga Bunga (CD: Pineapple Pizza) [Jansen]
Options Song Of The Wild - Slim Whitman (7" EP: Song Of The Wild) 1955 [London]
Options Lucky Fool - The Waco Brothers (CD: Going Down In History) [Bloodshot]

 
Options Bring It! - The Barbarellatones (CD: Glitter Train) [Sex With Lurch Music]
Options I Know You - The Dave Clark Five (12" LP: Glad All Over) 1964 [Epic]
Options If The Kids Are United - Alternative Ulster (CD: Rebellion!) [Poe Records]
Options Blue Velvet - The Clovers (45) 1955 [Atlantic]
Options Lorelei - Thee Jezebels (7" EP: Mover And A Groover) [State]
Options I've Been Through It Before - The Plagues (45) 1966 [Fenton]

 
Options Girl Like You - The Green Machines (Digital single) [Green Machine]
Options The Name Game - Shirley Ellis (45) 1964 [Congress]
Options Everything - Chris Bolger (CD: No Promises) [Christopher Bolger]
Options Billy Sunshine - Evie Sands (45) 1967 [Cameo]
Options Cruel Bird - The Galileo 7 (45) [State]
Options She Took My Oldsmobile - The Romancers (45) 1966 [Linda]

 
Options I Want You - The Connection (CD: New England's Newest Hit Makers) [Rum Bar]
Options Emma - Hot Chocolate (45) 1974 [Big Tree]
Options Got To Have Your Lovin' - The Missing Souls (45) [Hidden Volume]
Options Are You Lovin' Me More (But Enjoy It Less) - The Electric Prunes (45) 1967 [Reprise]
Options Pop Goes The World - The Dahlmanns (CD single) [Pop Detective]
Options The Wayward Wind - Gogi Grant (45) 1956 [Era]

 
Options City Of People - The Sellwoods (7" Flexi) [Hidden Volume]
Options Don't You Remember? - The Sound Magics (45) 1966 [Philips]
Options Glad I Knew You Then - Stuart Turner & The Flat Earth Society (Digital album: Stuart Turner & The Flat Earth Society) [Vacilando '68]
Options Blame It On The Bossa Nova - Eydie Gorme (45) 1963 [Columbia]
Options Inside My Head - Vin Mateo (CD: Backroom Blues) [Bongo Boy]
Options Your Body Not Your Soul - Cuby & The Blizzards (45) 1966 [Philips]

 
Options Ride With You - Dion (CD: New York Is My Home) [Instinct]
Options Gone - Ferlin Husky (45) 1957 [Capitol]
Options Take It Or Leave It - The Accelerators (CD: Out Of The Garage) [Bongo Boy]
Options There's Time - The Five (45) 1966 [Festival]
Options Uprising! - The Coffin Daggers (12" LP: Aggravatin' Rhythms) [Cleopatra]
Options Substitute - The Who (45) 1967 [Decca]

 
Options A Little Self Discilpine - Nervous Twitch (7" EP: I'm Sorry That I Made You Cry) [Punk Fox]
Options Society Girl - The Rag Dolls (45) 1964 [Parkway]
Options Motion Devotion - The Kurt Baker Combo (45) [Hidden Volume]
Options Think It Over - The Crickets (45) 1958 [Brunswick]
Options Watching Me - The Two Tens (CD: Volume) [Ugly Sugar]



Listener comments!

Avatar Sun. 4/3/16 3:05pm geezerette:

Dude!
  Sun. 4/3/16 3:08pm wind gust bob:

Yo de lady hi
Avatar Sun. 4/3/16 3:10pm geezerette:

Well call me Mariah!
  Sun. 4/3/16 3:13pm shishka bob:

Barbarellatones borrowing music from their Dolf Lundgren song
  Sun. 4/3/16 3:16pm noel:

Where's ma haggis Hamish!!! Time tae Kill the English!!
  Sun. 4/3/16 3:20pm noel:

What a segue
Avatar Sun. 4/3/16 3:20pm geezerette:

Dennis Hopper huffing.
Avatar Sun. 4/3/16 3:21pm geezerette:

@noel:quite a swerve!
  Sun. 4/3/16 3:25pm blue velvet bob:

Really, not originally Bobby Vincent's . . . and even this Clovers 1955 was a cover . . .
  Sun. 4/3/16 3:39pm banana fanna bob:

"Congress Records was a record label founded in 1962 by Neil Galligan who headed Canadian-American Records and brought with him Linda Scott from that label. The label was sold the following year to Kapp Records. Under Kapp, the most successful artist was Shirley Ellis. Kapp rendered Congress inactive in 1966. Kapp, including the Congress catalogue, was sold to MCA in 1967. MCA reactivated Congress in 1969. The most successful act for this incarnation of Congress was the Flying Machine"
Avatar Sun. 4/3/16 3:41pm geezerette:

Really enjoying the music.
  Sun. 4/3/16 4:02pm noel:

Hot Chocolate to Gogi Grant with a men without hats cover between why we love the show.
Avatar Sun. 4/3/16 4:03pm geezerette:

hahaha! (:cD
  Sun. 4/3/16 4:06pm wind gust bob:

Wayward Wind's Gogi Grant just passed away last month. (Same Peter Falk's first wife.)
Avatar Sun. 4/3/16 4:07pm geezerette:

Oh no!
  Sun. 4/3/16 4:13pm noel:

Son of Tuli?
Avatar Sun. 4/3/16 4:16pm geezerette:

Love the slightly black light, Sunset Strip sound of a lot of your choices today.
Always a great show.
  Sun. 4/3/16 4:44pm noel:

Love those shrooms
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 4/3/16 4:45pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Substitute wiki :

B-side "Circles (Instant Party)" (UK)
"Waltz for a Pig" (US)
Released 4 March 1966 (UK)
5 April 1966 (US)
Format 7"
Recorded
12 February 1966
Olympic Studios, London

Weekly charts[edit]
Chart (1966) Peak
position
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)[13] 17
Germany (Official German Charts)[14] 13
Netherlands (Single Top 100)[15] 2
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[16] 5
Avatar Sun. 4/3/16 4:54pm geezerette:

Thanks Bill/Bob? Kelly!
'Nother great show!!!
  Sun. 4/3/16 4:55pm noel:

Buddy my god!!!! on American radio who'da thunk it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 4/3/16 4:58pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Buddy was like - perfect. Died @ 22 people - 22.
Avatar Sun. 4/3/16 5:00pm geezerette:

I know,unreal right? Such impact in so short a time.
  Sun. 4/3/16 6:17pm billy bob:

@Mariah/geezerette: Busy deejay BILL BILL Bo Fill Kelly, as with his playlists, posts his comments only in the evening and days after his show. (It's not clear whether perhaps he views comments during the show.) I don't currently post much outside Bill's show.

. . . The Who's "Substitute" is the only stand-out song on some stowed-away 1966 Polydor artist sampler album, of any value . . . Eydie Gorme announced "Bossa Nova"'s pending release on another Dec 1962 WML? appearance, but this, 19:04-21:10, is a show highlight
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNjdVs3dNmQ&t=19m4s
  Sun. 4/3/16 7:30pm Bill Kelly:

I never view the comments until after the new show is posted.
  Sun. 4/3/16 10:28pm shishka bob:

I don't hear where "Substitute" ripped off any "19th Nervous Breakdown" riff (Songfacts). "I look all white but my dad was black" was substituted 1967 in the US with "I try walking forward but my feet walk back" on Atco. The artist sampler I mentioned was an EP LP, 12-20 tracks each side, listing same or shorter "Substitute" being by Pete Townshend, not the Who. I'm not as sure now it's Polydor label, nor shirley about 1966 . . . . Patty Duke was 5'0"
  Sun. 4/10/16 4:58pm Michael:

Alternative Ulster! Woo- Hoo! We L-U-V the Ramones!
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