Tagged: rock and roll

Bloodshot Ears (TSP radio show 06/01/06)

Guest presenter Harley Richardson

  1. Link Wray and The Raymen, ‘Walking down the Street Called Love’
    From Missing Links volume 2: Big City After Dark, USA NORTON RECORDS ED 211 LP (1990)
  2. The Bobby Fuller Four, ‘Baby My Heart’ (1972)
    From I Fought The Law, GERMANY REPERTOIRE RECORDS REP 4279-WY CD (1992)
  3. Bobby Lewis, ‘Tossin’ and Turnin” (1960)
    From 20 Great Rock’n’Roll Hits of the 50s, UK CASCADE RECORDS DROP 1002 LP (ND)
  4. Larry and The Loafers, ‘Panama City Blues ’62′
    From The Big Itch volume 2: Memorial Album for Joe E. Ross, US MR MANICOTTI RECORDS MM340 LP (1999)
  5. Tony Shepperd, ‘Zach (Zack)’
    From Desperate Rock n Roll volume 1, UK FLAME LP (ND)
  6. Donnie Nix, ‘Ain’t About to Go Home’
    From Desperate Rock n Roll volume 2, UK FLAME FLAME002 LP (ND)
  7. Johnny Rebb, ‘Rock On’
    From Desperate Rock n Roll volume 3, UK FLAME FLAME003 LP (ND)
  8. Clyde Arnold, ‘I’ve Got A Baby’
    From Desperate Rock n Roll volume 6, UK FLAME FLAME006LP (ND)
  9. Ricky Jones, ‘Hate to Say Goodbye’
    From Desperate Rock n Roll volume 7, UK FLAME FLAME007 LP (ND)
  10. Medallions, ‘Blowin’ Through Yokohama (part 1)’
    From Blowin’ Through Yokohama!, USA ATOMIC PASSION AP1958 LP (ND)
  11. Phil Campos, ‘Street Fight’
    From Sin Alley! volume 4, USA SLEAZE RECORDS #5562 (ND)
  12. The Shandells, ‘Go Go Gorilla’
    From Wavy Gravy (woman menaced by alien on sleeve), USA BEWARD 001 LP (ND)
  13. Charlie Feathers, ‘The Man in Love’
    From The Sun Gods, EC DRESSED TO KILL DTKBOX66 3XCD (1999)
  14. Ronnie Dawson, ‘Do Do Do’
    From Rocking Bones, UK NO HIT RECORDS NO HIT 001 LP (ND)
  15. Jack Starr, ‘I Love My Baby’
    From Born Petrified, USA NORTON RECORDS NORTON204 LP (1988)
  16. Mack Self, ‘I Vibrate’
    From Vibrate, GERMANY GEE-DEE MUSIC GEE-DEE 270130-2 CD (1997)
  17. Hank Mizell, ‘Ready Freddy’
    From Jungle Rock, UK CHARLY RECORDS CRL5000 LP (1976)
  18. Hasil Adkins, ‘Turning Off A Memory’
    From The Wild Man, USA NORTON RECORDS NORTON203 LP (1987)
  19. The Champs, ‘Limbo Rock’
    From Best of The Champs, GERMANY REPERTOIRE REP 4770-WG CD (1999)
  20. Metropolitans, ‘Screaming Pt.1′
    From The Big Itch volume 2: Memorial Album for Joe E. Ross, op.cit.
  21. The Flee-Rekkers, ‘Stage to Cimarron’
    From Joe Meek’s Fabulous Flee-Rekkers, C-FIVE RECORDS C5CD 564 CD (1991)
  22. Glenrays, ‘Haunted by Repetition’
    From Bloodshot: The Gaity Records Story vol. 2, USA NORTON RECORDS ED-236 LP (1994)
  23. The Rendells, ‘Hot Licks’
    From Bug Out volume 2, CANDY RECORDS CA0005 LP (1991)
  24. The Fall, ‘Rollin’ Dany’
    From Couldn’t Get Ahead / Rollin’ Dany, BEGGARS BANQUET RECORDS BEG134T 12″ (1985)
  25. Jad Fair and Kramer, ‘Around and Around’
    From Roll Out The Barrell, NETHERLAND SHIMMY DISC EUROPE SDE8802 LP (1988)
  26. King Usniewicz and His Usniewicztones, ‘Peppermint Twist’ (1975-1977)
    From Twistin’ and Bowlin’ with King Usniewicz and His Usniewicztones (volume 2), USA NORTON RECORDS ED-221 LP (1991)
  27. Ganimian & His Orientals, ‘Come With Me To The Casbah’
    From Jungle Exotica volume 2, STRIP RECORDS ST-076 EFA 12888 LP (ND)
  28. The Ramrocks, ‘Pasha’
    From Various Howlin’ Bananas – The Big Itch volume 5, USA MR MANICOTTI RECORDS MM344 LP (ND)
  29. The Instrumentals, ‘Chop Suey Rock’
    From Born Bad volume 5, USA BORN BAD RECORDS BB005CD (1990)
  30. Sheiks, ‘Baghdad Rock’
    From Louie’s Limbo Lounge (Las Vegas Grind vol. 2), STRIP RECORDS STRIP002 LP (ND)
  31. The Cramps, ‘Journey to the Center of a Girl’
    From Stay Sick, UK ENIGMA RECORDS ENVLP 1001 LP (1989)

The Sound Projector radio show,
originally broadcast on Resonance 104.4 FM

Link Wray RIP (TSP radio show 25/11/05)

  1. Link Wray and The Raymen, ‘Rumble’
  2. Link Wray, ‘Rumble’ (live)
  3. Guitar Wolf, ‘Rumble’
    From Run Wolf Run, JAPAN LESS THAN TV ch-5 CD (1995)
  4. Smega, ‘Rumblings’
    From Rumblings, USA HANSON HN122 CD (2005)
  5. Link Wray, ‘Rumble 69′
  6. Link Wray, ‘Batman Theme’
  7. ‘Big City after Dark’
  8. ‘Ace of Spades’
  9. ‘Dance Contest’
  10. ‘Cross Ties’
  11. ‘The Bad and the Good’
  12. ‘Jack the Ripper’
  13. ‘Hold it’
  14. ‘I’m Branded’
  15. ‘The Outlaw’
  16. ‘Fat Back’
  17. ‘Rawhide 63′
  18. ‘Run Chicken Run’
  19. (a) ‘Ace of Spades’
    (b) ‘Walk Away from Love’
  20. The Fender Benders, ‘Drag Strip’
  21. Link Wray, ‘Rawhide’
  22. ‘Baby Doll’
  23. ‘Roughshod’
  24. ‘Run Boy Run’
  25. ‘The Stranger’
  26. Guitar Wolf, ‘Jett Rock’
    From Run Wolf Run, op cit.
  27. The Cramps, ‘Goo Goo Muck’
    From Psychedelic Jungle, IRS SP 70016 LP (1981)
  28. Tav Falco’s Panther Burns, ‘Hey High School Baby’
    From Behind The Magnolia Curtain, UK ROUGH TRADE ROUGH 32 LP (ND)
  29. Smegma, ‘Moonleggs’
    From Rumblings, op cit.
  30. Link Wray, ‘Slow Drag’
  31. ‘The Shadow Knows’
  32. The Moon Men, ‘Other Side of the Moon’

1, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 31 from Early Recordings, UK CHISWICK CH6 LP (ND)
2, 19, 21 from Live at the Paradiso, UK MAGNUM FORCE MFM 012 LP (1980)
23, 25 from Missing Links Vol 1, USA NORTON RECORDS ED 210 LP (1990)
7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17 from Missing Links Vol 2, USA NORTON RECORDS ED 211 (1990)
5, 20, 22, 24, 32 from Missing Links Vol 3, USA NORTON RECORDS ED 212 LP (1990)

The Sound Projector radio show,
originally broadcast on Resonance 104.4 FM

Bo Diddley Special II (TSP radio show 04/03/05)

To commemorate 50 years of Bo Diddley’s music. With thanks to David Blakey, keeper of the Bo Diddley Originator home page, for suggesting this show.

  1. Bo Diddley, ‘Bo Diddley’, Master # 7788 recorded 2 March 1955
  2. ‘I Can Tell’
  3. ‘(Extra Read All About) Ben’
  4. ‘Diddling’
  5. ‘Help Out’
  6. ‘Give me a Break’
  7. ‘Diana’
  8. ‘Bo’s Bounce’
  9. ‘Bo’s a Lumberjack’
  10. ‘Pills’
  11. ‘Not Guilty’
  12. ‘Jo Ann’
  13. ‘Hong Kong Mississippi’
  14. ‘Yakky Doodle’
  15. ‘Bo’s Vacation’
  16. ‘Do the Frog’
  17. ‘Congo’
  18. ’500% More Man’
  19. ‘Down Home Special’ (1956)
  20. ‘Let Me Pass’
  21. ‘Bo Meets the Monster’ (1964)
  22. ‘Stop My Monkey’
  23. ‘Willie and Lillie’ (1958)
  24. ‘Limbo’
  25. ‘Bo Diddley is a Lover’
  26. ‘Puttentang’
  27. ‘Aztec’
  28. ‘Africa Speaks’
  29. ‘Bo Diddley is Loose’
  30. ‘You Can’t Judge a Book by Looking at the cover’
  31. ‘Pretty Girl’
  32. ‘Sad Sack’
  33. ‘Mama Don’t Allow No Twistin’

2, 4, 6, 8, 30, 32, 33 from Bo Diddley, USA CHECKER LP 2984 (1962) (original release)
3, 5, 7, 9, 31 from Bo Diddley & Company, USA CHECKER LP 2985 (1962) (original release)
10, 12, 14, 16, 24, 26, 28 from The Originator, USA CHECKER LP 3001 (1966) (original release)
11, 13, 15, 17, 25, 27, 29 from Bo Diddley is a Lover, USA CHECKER LP 2980 (1961) (original release)
18, 20, 22 from 500% More Man, USA CHECKER LP 2996 (1965) (original release)
19, 21, 23 from Chess Masters : Bo Diddley Volume 2 (compilation), PRT RECORDS CXMD 4009 2 x LP

The Sound Projector radio show,
originally broadcast on Resonance 104.4 FM

Rarin Rockabilly! (TSP radio show 28/01/05)

  1. Johnny Burnette and The Rock ‘n’ Roll Trio, ‘Lonesome Train (on a lonesome track)’ (1956)
  2. Johnny and Dorsey Burnette, ‘Cincinnatti Fireball’ (1960)
  3. Johnny Burnette and The Rock ‘n’ Roll Trio, ‘All by Myself’ (1956)
  4. Johnny and Dorsey Burnette, ‘You’re Sixteen’ (1960)
  5. Johnny Burnette and The Rock ‘n’ Roll Trio, ‘Rock Therapy’ (1956)
  6. Johnny and Dorsey Burnette, ‘I’m Happy’ (1960)
  7. Johnny Burnette and The Rock ‘n’ Roll Trio, ‘Tear it up’ (1956)
  8. Bob Perry, ‘Weary Blues Goodbye’ (1959)
  9. Charlie Feathers, ‘Tongue Tied Jill’ (1956)
  10. Betty Foley, ‘Magic Love’ (1959)
  11. Junior Thompson with The Meteors, ‘Raw Deal’ (1956)
  12. Merle Ray, ‘I Won’t Be Back Tonight’ (1960)
  13. Jess Hooper with The Daydreamers, ‘All Messed Up’ (1955)
  14. Lonesome Lee, ‘Cry over me’ (1959)
  15. Barney Burcham with The Daydreamers, ‘Can’t Steal My Way Around’ (1955)
  16. Patty Prater, ‘No substitute for love’ (date not known)
  17. Don Willis, ‘Warrior Sam’ (1958)
  18. Maylon Humphries and The Tri-Seniors, ‘Weep No More’ (1957)
  19. Red Hadley’s Wranglers, ‘Brother That’s All’ (1954)
  20. Bob Center, ‘Hey Bo’ (1957)
  21. The Four Unknowns, ‘Fearless’ (1959)
  22. The Brothers, ‘Lazy Susan’ (1958)
  23. Little Denny and The Torkays, ‘The Flying Fish’ (1961)
  24. Bob Center, ‘Flea Brain’ (1958)
  25. Bill Bell and The Four Unknowns, ‘Little Bitty Girl (1959)
  26. Wailin’ Dale, ‘Superman’ (1958)
  27. Doug Clayton, ‘Saturday Night Twist’ (1963)
  28. Sleepy La Beef, ‘All the time’ (1957)
  29. Hal Harris, ‘Jitterbop Baby’ (unissued)
  30. Sleepy La Beef, ‘I’m Through’ (1957)
  31. Rock Rogers, ‘Little Rock Rock’ (1956)
  32. Benny Barnes, ‘I Walk the Line’ (1957)
  33. Sonny Hall, ‘My Big Fat Baby’ (1958)
  34. Danny Reeves, ‘I’m a Hobo’ (1961)
  35. Rock Rogers, ‘That Ain’t It’ (1956)
  36. Jimmy & Johnny, ‘Can’t find the doorknob’ (1958)
  37. Hal Harris, ‘I don’t know when’ (unissued)
  38. Jimmie Dale, ‘Baby Doll’ (1958)
  39. Ronnie Robens and The Mai-Kais, ‘Grazin’ (date not known)
  40. Sleepy Jeffers and The Davis Twins, ‘Pretending is a game’ (1957)
  41. The Earthquakes, ‘Earthquake Boogie’ (1958)
  42. Rock Rogers, ‘My Baby Left Me’ (1956)
  43. Johnny Carter and The Boppers, ‘Rhythm Rock’ (date not known)
  44. Bill Johnson, ‘Umm boy you’re my baby’ (1958)
  45. The Vulcans, ‘Jambo’ (date not known)
  46. Stoney Mountain Playboys, ‘Stoney Mountain Boogie’ (date not known)
  47. The Royaltones, ‘Black Lightning’ (date not known)
  48. Buddy Shaw, ‘No More’ (1957)
  49. The Dawnbeats, ‘Midnight Express (1960)
  50. Bill Bowen and The Rockets, ‘Don’t Shoot me Baby’
  51. The Noise Makers, ‘Panic’

1, 3, 5, 7 from Tear It Up. 17 wild rockabilly classics, USA SOLID SMOKE SS-8001 LP (1978)
2, 4, 6 from Together Again, USA SOLID SMOKE SS-8005 LP (1980)
8, 10, 12, 14, 16 from Bandera Rockabillies, UK JSP RECORDS 1005 LP (1979)
9, 11, 13, 15, 50 from Meteor. Hillbilly Bop Memphis Style, USA METEOR RECORDS M5000 LP (ND)
17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27 from Rare Rock-a-billy Vol 2, HOLLAND COLLECTOR RECORDS CL 1020 (ND)
18, 20, 22, 24, 26 from Rarin’ Rockabilly. Rare and Unreleased rockabilly and country rock from 1956-1959, RARIN’ RECORDS 666A LP (ND)
28, 30, 32, 34, 36 from Sleepy La Beef and friends, UK ACE RECORDS CH 16 10″ LP (1979)
29, 31, 33, 35, 37 from Rockabilly Party, UK ACE RECORDS CH 17 10″ LP (1978)
38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48 from Rarest Rockabilly and Hillbilly Boogie, UK ACE RECORDS CH 44 LP (1982)
39, 41, 43, 45, 47, 49, 51 from Original Early Rock Instrumentals, HOLLAND WHITE LABEL RECORDS WLP 8884 LP (ND)

Original dates for many of these sides were found at Terry Gordon’s Rockin’ Country Style site; consult for further discographical details!

The Sound Projector radio show,
originally broadcast on Resonance 104.4 FM

Bo Diddley (TSP radio show 12/11/04)

All selections by Bo Diddley unless indicated

  1. ‘Hey Bo Diddley’
  2. ‘Craw-Dad’
  3. ‘Bo Diddley’
  4. ‘Story of Bo Diddley’
  5. ‘I’m a Man’
  6. ‘Scuttle Bug’
  7. ‘Hush your Mouth’
  8. ‘Road Runner’
  9. ‘Here ‘Tis’
  10. ‘Love Me’
  11. Bo Diddley and Chuck Berry, ‘Bo’s Beat’
    From Two Great Guitars, FRANCE DISQUES VOGUE VG 405 515023 LP (ND); original issue CHESS 2991 (1964)
  12. ‘Memphis’
  13. ‘Gunslinger’
  14. ‘Hey Bo Diddley’
  15. ‘Old Smokey’
  16. ‘Bo Diddley’s Dog’
  17. Eugene Chadbourne, ‘Bo Diddley is a Communist’
    From Vermin of the Blues, USA FUNDAMENTAL SAVE 18 LP (1987)
  18. Maureen Tucker, ‘Bo Diddley’
    From Playin’ Possum, USA TRASH RECORDS TLP-1001 (1982)
  19. Maureen Tucker, ‘Bo Diddley’
    From Life in Exile After Abdication, USA 50 SKIDILLION WATTS RECORDS MOE 7-1 LP (1989)
  20. The Strangeloves, ‘I Want Candy’
    Original issue USA BANG RECORDS B-501 SINGLE (1965)
  21. ‘Who Do you Love’
  22. ’500% More Man’
  23. ‘Before You Accuse Me’
  24. ‘Bo Diddley is Loose’
  25. ‘You Can’t Judge a Book by its cover’
  26. ‘Road Runner’ (live)

1, 3, 5, 7, 9 from Hey! Bo Diddley, UK PYE INTERNATIONAL R&B SERIES NPL 28025 LP (1962)
2, 4, 6, 8, 10 from Bo Diddley In The Spotlight, GREEN LINE RECORDS / ORIGINAL CHESS MASTERS GCH 8038 LP; original issue USA CHECKER 2976 (1960).
12-16 + 26 From Bo Diddley’s Beach Party, UK PYE INTERNATIONAL R&B SERIES NPL 28032 LP (1963); original issue USA CHECKER 2988
21-25 From Got My Own Bag Of Tricks, FRANCE DISQUES VOGUE VG 306 427011 2 x LP; original issue USA CHESS 60005 (1972)

The Sound Projector radio show,
originally broadcast on Resonance 104.4 FM