Bell Kelly's Teenage Wasteland

October 29, 2017 Options

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Options Among The Flowers - The Uptight (CD: The Uptight) 2003 [Off The Hip]
Options Alison Gross - Steeleye Span (12" LP: A Parcel Of Rouges) 1973 [Chrysalis]
Options Children Of The Popcorn - Messer Chups (CD: Taste The Blood Of Guitaracula) [Musick]

Options I'm In Love With You, Jackass - Justine & The Unclean (Digital single) [Rum Bar]
Options The Lurch - Ted Cassidy (45) 1965 [Capitol]
Options PA Fight Song - The Successful Failures (CD: Ichor Of Nettle) [FDR]
Options Burn Witch Burn - The Circus (45) 1967 [Offe]
Options Runabout - The On And Ons (CD: Welcome Aboard) [Citadel]
Options The Witch - The Sonics (45) 1964 [Etiquette]

Options A Tear For Rosie - The Buttertones (CD: Gravedigging) [Innovative Leisure]
Options Wombie Zombie - Billy Taylor & The Teardrops (45) 1959 [Felco]
Options Oh Well - Billy Burnette (CD: Crazy Like Me) [Rock N Roll With It]
Options House On Haunted Hill - Kenny & The Fiends (45) 1963 [Dot]
Options Too Late To Repent - The Maharajas (12" LP: You Can't Beat Youth) [Low Impact]
Options The Salem Witch Trial - The Kyrie Crucible (45) 1968 [Night Owl]

Options I Ain't Convinced - The Routes (CD: Dirty Needles And Pins) [Greenway]
Options Dinner With Drac Part 1 - John Zacherle (45) 1958 [Cameo]
Options Say You Will - The Stanleys (CD: The Stanleys) [Pop Detective / Off The Hip]
Options Haunted - The Madmen (45) 1962 [Cloister]
Options Ridin' On The L & N - The Rockerati (CD demo) [No label]
Options Night Of The Sadist - Larry & The Blue Notes (45) 1965 [20th Century]

Options Cincinnati - Golden Boys (12" LP: Better Than Good Times) [12XU]
Options Deep Sleep - Chance Halliday (45) 1960 [Bullfrog]
Options Childish Words - The Len Price 3 (CD: Kentish Longtails) [JLM Recordings]
Options Shadows In The Night - The Quests (45) 1967 [Fenton]
Options The Day We Were Born - Blaha (45) [Slovenly]
Options Howlin' For My Darlin' - Howlin' Wolf (45) 1960 [Chess]

Options Je Ne Se Quoi - Soraia (CD: Dead Reckoning) [Wicked Cool]
Options Monster Mash - Bobby (Boris) Pickett & The Crypt-Kickers (45) 1962 [Garpax]
Options Locked Together On The Lines - Theatre Royal (Digital single) [Vacilando '68]
Options Riboflavin-Flavored, Non-Carbonated, Polyunsatured Blood - Don Hinson & The Rigormorticians (45) 1964 [Capitol]
Options Stardust Special - Hair & The Iotas (45) [Cougouyou]
Options Boris The Spider - The Who (12" LP: A Quick One) 1966 [Reaction]

Options Tomorrow Will Be Fine - The Green Circles (CD: No Room For Squares) [Kool Kat]
Options You Must Be A Witch - The Lollipop Shoppe (45) 1968 [Uni]
Options Slow Evolution - The Brixton Riot (CD: Close Counts) [Mint 400]
Options I Put A Spell On You - Screamin' Jay Hawkins (45) 1956 [Okeh]
Options Crocodile Tears - The Forty Nineteens (CD: Good Fortune) [Kool Kat]
Options Werewolf - The Frantics (45) 1960 [Dolton]


Listener comments!

  Sun. 10/29/17 3:12pm Ochre Ogre:

Steeleye Span... great choice Bill, haven't heard that one in decades!
  Sun. 10/29/17 3:33pm werewolves of pennsylvania:

Who does that Pennsylvania song?? We must know!!
  Sun. 10/29/17 3:33pm Bill Lindberg:

You never play My Girlfriend is a Witch by October Country. Is that because they were a Hippie band?
  Sun. 10/29/17 3:39pm Jack:

Oh well...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/29/17 3:45pm Ken From Hyde Park:

I hope the WFMU roof isn't leaking today. Lots of rain in the JC vicinity this afternoon.
  Sun. 10/29/17 4:28pm igor:

@PA werewolves: PA Fight Song - The Successful Failures (you misspelled 'was")
Songfacts says Dick Clark played "Dinner with Drac" on his American Bandstand TV show, but made Zacherle record a less violent version. When audiences demanded the Bandstand version, Cameo released the single with the original listed as "Dinner With Drac, Part 1" and the toned-down alternate version as "Part 2."
"Someone's Stickin' Pins in My Voodoo Doll" by the Nighthawks ain't on any fmu playlist
Wikipedia says speech major Lurch was a mid-day Dallas deejay when Kennedy was shot - He gave an in-studio report - "U-u-u-u-u-uh" - and was among the first to interview eyewitnesses W. E. Newman, Jr. and Gayle Newman
  Sun. 10/29/17 4:46pm Al:

According to the aforementioned Wikipedia, "Boris the Spider" was written after John Entwistle and Bill Wyman were out drinking. They were making up funny names for animals. Entwistle wrote the song in six minutes.
Avatar Sun. 10/29/17 4:51pm glenn:

six minutes? you can hardly tell.
  Sat. 11/4/17 12:31am John from CDA:

All I know about the Kyrie Crucible is that their record label, Night Owl, is based in Melbourne.
  Sat. 11/4/17 12:34am John from CDA:

All I know about the Kyrie Crucible is that their label, Night Owl, is based in Melbourne.
  Sat. 11/4/17 12:43am John from CDA:

I just found out that Billy Burnette is Dorsey's son and Johnny's nephew, and was a member of Fleetwood Mac in the late eighties and early nineties.
  Sat. 11/4/17 10:57am BK:

To John from CDA: Discogs lists the Kyrie Crucible as being from Madison, WI.
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