Bell Kelly's Teenage Wasteland

November 13, 2016 Options

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Options Dark Spirits - The Red Temple Spirits (12" LP: Killed By Deathrock Vol 2) [Sacred Bones] 3:00
Options Road Runner (Listen: ) - Bo Diddley (45) 1960 [Checker] 3:0420
Options Promised Land (Listen: ) - The Skeletal Family (12" LP: Killed By Deathrock Vol 2) [Sacred Bones] 3:07

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(Listen: ) mic break: 3:1150

Options Cobra's Blood (Listen: ) - Kit Convict & Thee Terrible Two (CD: Cobra's Blood) [Off The Hip] 3:1340
Options I Need You There (Listen: ) - The Chessmen (45) 1965 [Bismarck] 3:1555
Options Kill The Lovers (Listen: ) - The Jangle Band (CD: Edge Of A Dream) [Off The Hip] 3:1815
Options Suzanne (Listen: ) - Leonard Cohen (12" LP: Songs Of Leonard Cohen) 1967 [Columbia] 3:2130
Options Kill A Clown (Listen: ) - Mike Daly & The Planets (CD: Out Of The Garage Vol. 2) [Bongo Boy] 3:2515
Options Wild As The Wind (Listen: ) - The Unit Four Plus Two (45) 1965 [London] 3:2805

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(Listen: ) mic break: 3:3015

Options 24 Hours From London (Listen: ) - Little Murders (CD: Hi-Fab!) [Off The Hip] 3:3230
Options Kaw-Liga (Listen: ) - Hank Williams (45) 1953 [MGM] 3:3530
Options Don't Let Her Get Away (Listen: ) - Muck & The Mires (7" Split EP w/ The Fadeaways) [Dirty Water] 3:3805
Options She's No Good (Listen: ) - The Cyclones (45) 1965 [Lee] 3:4005
Options Corpse On A Roof (Listen: ) - The Blind Shake (12" LP: Celebrate Your Worth) [Goner] 3:4220
Options Number 9 Train (Listen: ) - Tarheel Slim (45) 1958 [Fury] 3:4545

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(Listen: ) mic break: 3:4845

Options Goodbye (Listen: ) - Jon & The Vons (12" LP: Gratest Hits Vol 1) [Soundflat] 3:5025
Options In Time (Listen: ) - The Sir Douglas Quintet (45) 1965 [Tribe] 3:5305
Options Pinkerton's Assorted Colours (Listen: ) - The Anderson Council (CD: Assorted Colours) [Jem] 3:5515
Options Gum Drop (Listen: ) - Otis Williams & The Charms (45) 1955 [Deluxe] 3:5845
Options Seconds Waiting (Listen: ) - The Strand (12" LP: Seconds Waiting) [Dig!] 4:0120
Options Making Time (Listen: ) - The Creation (45) 1966 [Planet] 4:0350

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(Listen: ) mic break: 4:0645

Options Out Of My Mind (Listen: ) - The Leonards (CD: Garage Sale) [Rock Ranch] 4:0910
Options Hippy Hippy Shake (Listen: ) - Chan Romero (45) 1959 [Del-Fi] 4:1205
Options The Other Side (Listen: ) - The Lovely Intangibles (CD: Air & Numbers) [The Lovely Intangibles] 4:1345
Options Games (Listen: ) - The Nova Local (45) 1967 [Decca] 4:1725
Options Burnin' Honey (Listen: ) - Patsy's Rats (45) [Dig!] 4:1930
Options Judy's Turn To Cry (Listen: ) - Lesley Gore (45) 1963 [Mercury] 4:2210

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(Listen: ) mic break: 4:2415

Options Jerkin' Back 'N' Forth (Listen: ) - The Kurt Baker Combo (CD: In Orbit) [Wicked Cool] 4:2650
Options Garden Of My Mind (Listen: ) - The Mickey Finn (45) 1967 [Direction] 4:2935
Options Take Back What I Need (Listen: ) - The Darts (Digital single) [The Darts] 4:3205
Options Big Ten Inch Record (Listen: ) - Bull Moose Jackson (45) 1952 [King] 4:3430
Options Mean Red Spider (Listen: ) - Greg "Stackhouse" Prevost (CD: Universal Vagrant) [Mean Disposition] 4:3645
Options Hurtin' For Your Love (Listen: ) - The Balloon Farm (45) 1968 [Laurie] 4:3910

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(Listen: ) mic break: 4:4110

Options You Got To Lose Me (Listen: ) - Jack Rivera (CD single) [Brooklyn Avenue] 4:4335
Options Love (Can Make You Happy) (Listen: ) - Mercy (45) 1969 [Sundi] 4:47
Options Singing Man (Listen: ) - The Beginner's Mynd (45) [Hidden Volume] 4:5015
Options I'm Crying (Listen: ) - The Animals (45) 1964 [MGM] 4:5255
Options Psychedelic Sea (Listen: ) - Jenny & The Felines (CD: Gnarly Wave) [Bongo Boy] 4:5535

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mic break: 4:5910


Listener comments!

  Sun. 11/13/16 3:10pm Bo-lieve It or Not:

from Marv Goldberg's extensive Five Keys post:
On November 20, 1955, Dr. Jive [Tommy Smalls] was booked on the newly-renamed "Ed Sullivan Show" (formerly "The Toast Of The Town") to bring 15 minutes of R&B into the nation's collective living room. He brought the 5 Keys (singing "Ling, Ting, Tong"; they had wanted to do "Close Your Eyes," but "Ling Ting Tong" was specifically requested by Ed Sullivan's daughters!), Lavern Baker, Willis "Gator Tail" Jackson's Orchestra, and Bo Diddley. For some unknown reason, Sullivan got it into his head that Bo Diddley should sing "Sixteen Tons," instead of one of his own songs. That afternoon, everyone showed up to rehearse, and Bo was kept practicing for around four hours (they even pasted the lyrics on the stage itself, so he wouldn't have to memorize them). However, when he got on stage, he simply decided to sing "Bo Diddley," with its pounding Juba beat, instead of "Sixteen Tons." This absolutely infuriated Sullivan (which Bernie [of the Five Keys] will attest to; they were standing near him in the wings) and he never had Diddley on again. (Of course, to put it into perspective, the 5 Keys did exactly what Sullivan told them to and he never had them on again either!)
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 11/13/16 3:14pm Mailman Tom:

R.I.P. Billy Miller
  Sun. 11/13/16 3:23pm Lygia:

Thank you for Suzanne!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 11/13/16 3:26pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

What is there that can equal that? 'Visions of Johanna'?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 11/13/16 3:26pm Mailman Tom:

R.I.P. Leon Russell
  Sun. 11/13/16 3:29pm Al:

Too many passings in the music world this year.
  Sun. 11/13/16 4:09pm looking stuff up:

"In 1958 Allen Bunn entered the recording studio again, this time renamed Tarheel Slim, under the aegis of producer Bobby Robinson and with Wild Jimmy Spruill on guitar and Horace Cooper on piano cut his greatest record, a two sided monster-- Wildcat Tamer b/w Number 9 Train, issued on Robinson's Fury label, it remains one of the pinnacles of New York rock'n'roll. Both sides feature Slim's burning guitar, with Spruill's scratchy rhythm guitar driving both tunes at full steam, they remain the type of classic performances that never sound old or dated . . . "
-- excerpt from James "The Hound" Marshall's blog
  Sun. 11/13/16 4:17pm ugrnm:

Hi, what's the song played now?
  Sun. 11/13/16 4:21pm Al:

@Mailman Tom: Who is Billy Miller?
  Sun. 11/13/16 4:22pm looking stuff up:

what means now? the haunting female vocalist song was the lovely intangibles - "the other side" Or now might mean the one after that
  Sun. 11/13/16 4:25pm ugrnm:

yes I realise now was not very helpful... sorry about that. But that was the one I meant, thanks! Really nice track :)
  Sun. 11/13/16 4:36pm looking stuff up remembers The Lost Patrol:

When Rochester native and former Dotsun Moon vocalist Mary Ognibene contacted The Lost Patrol’s Stephen Masucci over the winter of 2014-2015 about experimenting with some music, the plan was to record a song or two. After coming to the conclusion that their first song sounded promising, Ognibene and Masucci (along with The Lost Patrol’s Michael Williams and Tony Mann) decided to take the recording process one step further. Seven months later, the debut CD, Tomorrow is Never by The Lovely Intangibles is out for worldwide release.

“The intention was to record a cut or two, but shortly into the process, we realized the viability of putting out something a bit more substantive as a proper full-length. Michael and Tony were eager to press forward and brought in some ideas of their own, and we were also fortunate enough to enlist bass virtuoso Jon Camp (Renaissance) on a track.” says Masucci.

The Lovely Intangibles expand upon musical themes set forth by The Lost Patrol, but take the music into breezier skies. Guitars still cascade with endless flutter into the reverb-drenched void while heart-stopping bass and synthesized soundscapes envelop you.
-- from lastFM
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 11/13/16 4:40pm Mailman Tom:

Billy Miller was in the Zantees and the A-Bones. A true rock and roll soul.
  Sun. 11/13/16 4:59pm looking stuff up:

In 2014 Animals organist Alan Price started a YouTube channel, where he posts home videos of some of his solo work. In addition, Price performs with his band, mostly at his long-established monthly spot at the Bull's Head, Barnes, London.
  Thu. 11/17/16 1:53am John from CDA:

Billy Miller was also co-founder of the Norton record label.
  Thu. 11/17/16 9:04am looking stuff up:

Ohhh! Well why didn't Mailman Tom say so? An occasional memorable Gaylord censored-comment-board show was entirely devoted to Norton Records, 3-24-2013
Three Chord Monte did a tribute this week
  Thu. 11/17/16 9:11am Hello, ball:

Ohhh! Well why didn't Mailman Tom say so? An occasional memorable Gaylord censored-comment-board show was entirely devoted to Norton Records 3-24-2013
Three Chord Monte paid tribute this Monday
Ohhh! Well why didn't Mailman Tom say so? An occasional memorable Gaylord censored-comment-board show was entirely devoted to Norton Records 3-24-2013
Three Chord Monte paid tribute this Monday
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