Friday, October 31, 2014

It's Alive!


Transmission 7014

Candystein - it must be Halloween! Scary stories by Boris Karloff and horrific hummers from Alice Cooper, Don Hollinger, Scotty Stuart, Johnny Winter, Bill Wilson, Jeff Beck, Bobby "Boris' Pickett & The Crypt Kickers, Tarantula Ghoul & Her Gravediggers, Garland Jeffreys and Creedence Clearwater Revival!

T7014 is a 174mb 320k mp3 1:16:24 in length made loud to be played louder!

"Are you one of the frightened?"

RFW

*I just love the Halloween treat portrait of Boris Karloff by Eric Millikin. See more of his monstrous creations here!








Sunday, October 26, 2014

Get Autumnal!


Transmission 6914

The season turns like the leaves on the trees - Harold Budd & Brian Eno, The Beach Boys, Can, Wendy Carlos, Moondog, John Coltrane and Pete Namlook!

T6914 is mb 320k mp3 1:00:00 in length made loud to be played louder!

"because the Fall Of Another Year"

RFW


We lost Jack Bruce. Not easy to be in a band like Cream with someone like Clapton, and still be noticed. But even then, there was so much more to the man than just that group. I hope you enjoy "Rope Ladder To The Moon",  a 1969 documentary by Tony Palmer.



...but since I mentioned them......

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Fill In The Blank!



Transmission 6814

Q: "What is in a name"? 
A: Shirley Ellis, The Beatles, The Velvet Underground, The Clash, Todd Rundgren, Prince, Skrillex, Weezer, Danko Jones, The Flys, Badfinger, The White Stripes, Rage Against The Machine and Nirvana!

T6814 is a mb 320k mp3 1:00:00 in length made loud to be played louder!

"Come on everybody, I say now let's play a game"

RFW

*Hats off to the pondering words of Willie Shakespeare!


I started thinking about the poor unfortunate people that do not have a name, so... 

Friday, October 24, 2014

It Can't Be Denied!


Transmission 6714

Some say it's the singer, not the song. In many cases - a true statement and although all our warblers are impressive, in this instance the tunes set the tone. Enjoy these time-tested toe-tappers from The Dolly Rocker Movement, The Donkeys, The Bees, Humble Pie, Japan, P.M. Dawn, Paul McCartney, Annie Lennox, Bryan Ferry, Harry Nilsson, Jeff Beck Group, Blind Willie McTell, The Kinks and Rory Gallagher!

T6714 is a 151mb 320k mp3 1:06:11 in length made loud to be played louder!

"when a lovely flame dies, Smoke Gets In Your Eyes"

RFW


*Although not officially part of our Under The Covers Set, "(I've Been) Drinking Again" performed here by Jeff, Rod and Co. was written in 1962 by Doris Tauber and Johnny Mercer and  memorably vocalized by Frank Sinatra, Dinah Washington and Bette Midler, among others.

Here is the wonderful "Memory Layne" from The Dolly Rocker Movement 4 song EP "A Sound For Two". Enjoy.....

Saturday, October 18, 2014

~Absolutely Out - Freak Free~


Transmission 6614

Frank with and without The Mothers!

Transmission 6614 is a 2-part 320k mp3!

Part 1 is 147mb and 1:04:21 in length. 

Part 2 is 146mb and 1:03:48 in length. 

"I'm watching and I'm waiting and I'm hoping for the best"

RFW

 



Friday, October 17, 2014

Hail, Hail!


Transmission 6514

If you can't do it, somebody will! Get back to the basics with Sunny Dae & The Knights, The Velvet Underground, Luke Haines, Garland Jeffreys, Gary Glitter, Hoodu Gurus, Tampa Red's Hokum Jug Band, Primal Scream, Ian Hunter, Ramones, Dave Edmunds, The Rolling Stones, Henry Kaiser, T. Rex and David Bowie.

T6514 is a 142mb 320k mp3 1:02:14 in length made loud to be played louder!

"It comes from r&b and soul"

RFW

*I was rocking out to the Transmission and I noticed I did not mention that the third song in my "NYC Trilogy" was Garland Jeffreys "Hail Hail Rock & Roll". There is not a bad album in his discography, but I highly recommend "Don't Call Me Buckwheat" released in 1992!

**There are many opinions as to The First Rock & Roll Song. It is my humble opinion that it was "My Daddy Rocks Me With One Steady Roll" by Tampa Red & The Hokum Jug Band. It was recorded in 1929, 25 years before "Rock Around The Clock" and it also featured the first simulated orgasm (by Frankie "Half Pint" Jaxon), 46 years before Donna Summers and Giorgio Moroder brought sex back onto the dance floor with "Love To Love You Baby" in 1975!



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