Bell Kelly's Teenage Wasteland

April 17, 2016 Options


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Options Radio Sister - Soraia (CD EP: Less Than Zero) [Soraia] 3:00
Options Pride Of Man (Listen: ) - Quicksilver Messenger Service (45) 1968 [Capitol] 3:0335
Options Road To Mexico (Listen: ) - The Vivisectors (CD: Weird Tales Of Ghostly Islands) [BOCX] 3:0740

  Music behind DJ:
mic break: 3:1110

 
Options Bleeding Lungs (Listen: ) - The Zolephants (Digital Album: The Zolephants) [The Zolephants] 3:1215
Options Splish Splash (Listen: ) - Bobby Darin (45) 1958 [Atco] 3:15
Options Everything (Listen: ) - Chris Bolger (CD: No Promises) [Christopher Bolger] 3:1710
Options Dawn Is Breaking (Listen: ) - The New Colony Six (45) 1966 [Sentaur] 3:1935
Options Miss Stacey (Listen: ) - Plainfield Slim & The Groundhawgs (CD: Backroom Blues) [Bongo Boy] 3:2215
Options Dance With Me (Listen: ) - The Drifters (45) 1959 [Atlantic] 3:2515

  Music behind DJ:
mic break: 3:2735

 
Options Don't Know What I'm Waiting For (Listen: ) - The Galileo 7 (CD: Live-O-Graphic) [Fools Paradise] 3:2930
Options Can't Stand This Love Goodbye (Listen: ) - The Others (45) 1965 [RCA] 3:32
Options Yellowbelly (Listen: ) - The 427's (CD: Mavericks) [Stingray Sounds] 3:34
Options Eddie My Love (Listen: ) - The Teen Queens (45) 1956 [RPM] 3:3610
Options Out Of Love (Listen: ) - Indonesian Junk (CD: Indonesian Junk) [Voodoo Rhythm] 3:3920
Options Don't Do It Some More (Listen: ) - The Cindermen (45) 1966 [Moonglow] 4:4215

  Music behind DJ:
mic break: 4:44

 
Options I'm Sick Of You (Listen: ) - The Britemores (CD: The Britemores) [Jett Plastic] 3:4615
Options Let The Good Times Roll (Listen: ) - Shirley & Lee (45) 1956 [Aladdin] 3:4955
Options Motion Devotion (Listen: ) - The Kurt Baker Combo (45) [Hidden Volume] 3:5155
Options Bad Times (Listen: ) - The Clue (45) 1966 [Byron] 3:5430
Options Kiki Meets The Vampires (Listen: ) - Joey Skidmore w/ Les Fossoyeurs (12" LP: Now!) [Mop Top] 3:5630

  Music behind DJ:
mic break: 3:59

 
Options Thinking Of You (Listen: ) - The Thermals (CD: We Disappear) [Saddle Creek] 4:0050
Options Venus In Spurs (Listen: ) - The Velvet Underground (12" LP: The Velvet Underground & Nico) 1967 [Verve] 4:0250
Options Mary McCarthy (Listen: ) - Alternative Ulster (CD: Rebellion!) [Poe Records] 4:08
Options Lonely Teardrops (Listen: ) - Jackie Wilson (45) 1958 [Brunswick] 4:10
Options Rock On (Listen: ) - The Doughboys (Digital single) [Ram] 4:1240
Options If I Had A Ticket (Listen: ) - Phil Jones & The Unknown Blues (45) 1967 [Festival] 4:1535

  Music behind DJ:
mic break: 4:1815

 
Options Bring It (Listen: ) - The Barbarellatones (CD: Glitter Train) [Sex With Lurch Music] 4"1955
Options Butterfly (Listen: ) - Charlie Gracie (45) 1957 [Cameo] 4:2325
Options Lorelei (Listen: ) - Thee Jezebels (7" EP: Mover And A Groover) [State] 4:2540
Options She Ain't Lovin' You (Listen: ) - The Distant Cousins (45) 1966 [Date] 4:2815
Options Misunderstood (Listen: ) - The Ace (CD: Riot Of Sound) [We Dig This] 4:3110
Options What A Guy (Listen: ) - The Raindrops (45) 1963 [Jubilee] 4:3340

  Music behind DJ:
mic break: 4:36

 
Options All You Gotta Do (Listen: ) - The Connection (CD: New England's Newest Hit Makers) [Rum Bar] 4:3815
Options Constipation Blues (Listen: ) - Screamin' Jay Hawkins (45) 1969 [Philips] 4:4030
Options Shark Repellant (Listen: ) - Black Flamingos (CD: Black Flamingos) [Little Dickman] 4:45
Options What'cha Gonna Do, Baby? (Listen: ) - The Mersey Lads (45) 1966 [MGM] 4:4655
Options Ghost Around Here (Listen: ) - The Successful Failures (CD: Captains Of War, Captains Of Industry) 2014 [FDR] 4:4850
Options Roxy Roller (Listen: ) - Sweeney Todd (45) 1976 [London] 4:5210
Options Rainbow In The Dark (Listen: ) - Paola (CD: Who Will Buy These Wonderful Evils) 2003 [Virgin] 4:55

  Music behind DJ:
mic break: 4:5820

 



Listener comments!

  Sun. 4/17/16 3:06pm George Kopp:

Pride of Man! Love the early Quicksilver stuff. Wasn't this song mentioned on HBO's Vinyl recently?
  Sun. 4/17/16 3:06pm noel:

Hippie Music!!! love it.
Avatar Sun. 4/17/16 3:06pm geezerette:

Yeah! (:cD
Avatar Sun. 4/17/16 3:07pm John McCabe:

im here
  Sun. 4/17/16 3:12pm Richard Tobias:

Quicksilver opener! Worth an an additional pledge. Always the body music.
Ty
Avatar Sun. 4/17/16 3:14pm John McCabe:

(@_@)
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 4/17/16 3:16pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I hope you'll excuse an extensive Guitarnerding re Cipollina of Quicksilver?:

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Wigkey: Equipment and technique[edit]
Cipollina had a unique guitar sound, mixing solid state and valve amplifiers as early as 1965. He is considered one of the fathers of the San Francisco psychedelic rock sound.

"I like the rapid punch of solid-state for the bottom, and the rodent-gnawing distortion of the tubes on top."[2]

To create his distinctive guitar sound, Cipollina developed a one-of-a-kind amplifier stack. His Gibson SG guitars had two pickups, one for bass and one for treble. The bass pickup fed into two Standel bass amps on the bottom of the stack, each equipped with two 15-inch speakers. The treble pickups fed two Fender amps: a Fender Twin Reverb and a Fender Dual Showman that drove six Wurlitzer horns.[3]

Cipollina used a custom foot switch setup to select reverb, tremolo, Maestro Echoplex (the unit mounted on the right of the Twin Reverb), and Standel Modulux (on the left of the twin reverb). 12 volt automotive running lights indicated which effect was being used. In the 1980s, he used a series of standard stomp-box pedals, including a chorus and a Boss Spectrum SP-1.

Cipollina also employed a Gibson Maestro Fuzz and Vox wah-wah/volume pedals. For slide effects, he favored a plastic Bic lighter for precision work, or ran his guitar against the mike stand for more dramatic effects.

Throughout his career, Cipollina usually played Gibson SGs, but in the late '70s and into the '80s could also be seen playing a Carvin DC150, a double-cutaway with more modern electronics. He played with finger picks, a thumb pick, and used a whammy bar extensively which, he explained to Jerry Garcia, was to make up for his weak left hand. For slide playing, he often switched to one of his Les Paul guitars, played lap-style, using his leg on a monitor for support.
  Sun. 4/17/16 3:16pm Karl:

Zoefonts? didn't catch that band's name - reminds me of the Jet Black Berries - that I first heard on your show back in the mid 80s
  Sun. 4/17/16 3:19pm Agent Peter:

There's a great clip on YouTube of Cipollina performing with Link Wray..
  Sun. 4/17/16 3:20pm George Kopp:

Cipollina could get that crazy rattlesnake guitar sound that I never heard anyone else achieve.
Avatar Sun. 4/17/16 3:22pm Mailman Tom:

John Cipollina is my guitar god. I have a shrine dedicated to him in my living room, which includes his autograph tipped onto an 8x10 glossy.
Avatar Sun. 4/17/16 3:25pm geezerette:

God Mr. Kelly! SoooooooooGOOD!!!!
Avatar Sun. 4/17/16 3:26pm fleep:

I'll sit this one out, thanks.
  Sun. 4/17/16 3:36pm George Kopp:

Thanks for paying Chris Bolger's tunes, Bill. Really likin' the CD.
Avatar Sun. 4/17/16 3:36pm geezerette:

Hey fleep! It's hot, but your avatar is cool!
Keep flappin' those flippers.
  Sun. 4/17/16 3:57pm davie allun:

and from "Let the Good Times Roll" Shirley Goodman went on - via Micky & Sylvia's Sylvia Robinson's persuasion - to sing disco's "Shame, Shame, Shame"
  Sun. 4/17/16 4:03pm noel:

venus in furs too good to be true
Avatar Sun. 4/17/16 4:04pm fleep:

[fleep flaps a flipper in the general direction of the Basin] Yo, geezerette!
Avatar Sun. 4/17/16 4:06pm Mailman Tom:

I have the paperback, the Velvet Underground by Michael Leigh, published in 1963. The band named themselves after the title to this book.
Avatar Sun. 4/17/16 4:06pm geezerette:

(:cD
  Sun. 4/17/16 4:14pm davie allun:

preceded by the "Venus in Furs" title taken from another author
  Sun. 4/17/16 4:15pm Michael:

Mary McCarthy, the girl she loved, to rock-n-roll and Ball! Alternative Ulster in da house! woo- hoo!
  Sun. 4/17/16 4:22pm DaveinPA:

shades of 'Ballad of Bilbo Baggins'
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 4/17/16 4:42pm Cliff:

I can't believe what I'm hearing right now
  Sun. 4/17/16 4:44pm davie allyn:

limit dairy consumption, screamin' jay
  Sun. 4/17/16 4:45pm SeanG:

SPLISH SPLASH
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 4/17/16 4:46pm Cliff:

davie allyn: Except for yogurt, that always helps to get things moving
Avatar Sun. 4/17/16 4:54pm geezerette:

David Foster Wallace's grannie called apples,"The broom of the system".
Avatar Sun. 4/17/16 4:55pm geezerette:

Explains why they keep the doctor away!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 4/17/16 4:56pm Cliff:

And then there's psyllium....
Avatar Sun. 4/17/16 4:57pm geezerette:

and cruciferous vegetables.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 4/17/16 4:58pm Cliff:

And Starbucks
Avatar Sun. 4/17/16 4:59pm geezerette:

(:c)
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sun. 4/17/16 4:59pm Cliff:

Anyways, Swedish sugar-sweet girl-pop cover of Dio was pretty cool
  Sun. 4/17/16 5:01pm IFisher:

Boss show, Mr. Kelly - thanks
Avatar Swag For Life Member Fri. 4/22/16 7:06am Iikka from Helsinki:

I don't know if the typo was intentional or not, but 'Venus in Spurs' is pure genius.
  Fri. 4/22/16 10:01am bk:

"Venus in Spurs" is pure evil...and when I say evil I mean genius. It's the only reason I ever had to not completely dismiss Lou Reed.
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