The Jackalope Pride
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by Bob
8h ago
    The Jackalope Pride A great record from the never disappointing Septic Hoyle Jackwater (with gitar playin, says the label) on his own Jackalope label. Thanks to Mark Lee Allen   ..read more
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Travelin' with Ray
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by Bob
2d ago
   Ray Smith Travelin' With Ray CD Dunhill (Canada, 1993) tracklist   01  - So Young (Sun (Tenn.)  298 ).mp3                                02  - That's Allright (Judd (Ala.)  1016 ).mp3                        03  - Little Miss Blue (Judd (Ala.) LP-701 ).mp3      &nbs ..read more
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Stranger in the Manger
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by Bob
2d ago
  Stranger in the Manger (Monahan, Heart Bugle Music, BMI) Terminators Of Endearment Subterranean Records Berkeley, Calif. 1987 See info at Discogs Just by looking at these artists' names, I'm not usually curious to listen to the record. In this case, I would have been wrong as "Stranger in The Manger"  has a good rockabilly sound.   ..read more
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Oh Baby (We've Got A Good Thing Going)
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by Bob
3d ago
  Teen-Beets   Oh Baby    A cover of Barbara Lynn on Jamie (and written by her, Barbara Ozen). Recorded in Charlotte, N.C. at the Arthur Smith Studio.  The band was formed in Winston-Salem, North Carolina at the end of 1964. The original line-up consisted of two brothers, John McGee (lead guitar & lead vocals) and Ken McKee (rhythm guitar & lead vocals). The two other band members were Paul Doby (bass guitar) and me – George Samaras (drums). As usual garagehangover has the story (here ..read more
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Run Willie Run
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by Bob
4d ago
   Romeo Sullivan   Run Willie Run  JB Records 1188 (1972) Mobile, Alabama The other side, "Don't play the slow songs", of lesser interest, is available on Youtube here   Romeo Sullivan [1936-2013] was a musician and music radio announcer for 42 years. He was inducted into the Country Radio DJ Hall of Fame in 2000 and of the Church of God faith. Born in Wagarville, Alabama, Romeo Sullivan was a key figure in Country radio in the South Mississippi/Alabama area. His first stage appearance was at the ripe age of 5, when he sang Mule Skinner Blues and won five dollar ..read more
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YT favorites vol 5 - MeMadMusic
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by Bob
6d ago
YouTube Favorite Channels - Volume 5 : MeMadMusic Address : https://www.youtube.com/@MeMadMusic Subscribers :  1,180 Videos :  4,800 Views :  390 000 Active since :  2008 Sampler (16 tracks + labels) Bily Snel - Queen Of Halloween.mp3                                                      Dick Shawn - It's Not Easy ..read more
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YouTube Favorite Channels - Volume 4 : TheSouthPhilly
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by Bob
6d ago
 YouTube Favorite Channels - Volume 4 : TheSouthPhilly address : www.youtube.com/@thesouthphillyrecord4341 "Forgotten records from the Philadelphia area archived from the lifelong and ever-growing collection of South Philly born disc jockey, Jimmy DePre." Subscribers : 643 Videos : 331 Views : 178 167 Active since : June 2017   Sampler (16 tracks + labels) Bill Martel - Now Or Never (Impala 1959).mp3                           Billy Lane - Space Ship Blues ..read more
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Jackson
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by Bob
3w ago
  Jackson "Jackson" was first recorded by The Kingston Trio in 1963. Written by Jerry Leiber and Billy Edd Wheeler. Although Jerry Leiber co-wrote this song, his wife Gaby Rogers got the writing credit. For a list of cover versions see Second Hand Songs. This version is from the album "Sunday Afternoon" by Reid and Bobbi Northrup and the New Arkansas Travelers, issued by Tarot Recordings. Recorded at Vibra-Sound Studio in Schenectady, Upstate New York. Date unknown (circa 1970?) Joe Sixpack has excellently reviewed that album : A charmingly rough-edged (yet ambitious) set of regiona ..read more
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Little Girl
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by Bob
3w ago
Bob Dell ML-23 Stars Come Twisting In (Del Giorno-Levandowski) S212-101 ML-24 little girl (Del Giorno-Levandowski) S212-102  RD Records, 132 Boston St. Syracuse, N. Y. This is Robert Del Giorno, then DJ on WOLF radio, in Syracuse as Bob Dell. The backing band (uncredited) is Paul [Levansdowki] and the Velvets. Disc jockeys recordings have, most of the time, this uninhibited and amateurish quality that I like. 132 Boston St. Syracuse, once the home of Robert Del Girono (and of RD Records ..read more
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