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June 30, 2007

bam-a-lam-ram-jam-cam: black betty

if i were a carpenter...craunchy acid-test


this is the craunch acid test
i think ween heard this

JATS: are you ready for the country? broken whisky glass


practicalstylists "Are You Ready for the Country" and "Broken Whiskey Glass"

Herb Alpert - The Magic Trumpet


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dolkstöt ryggrad: dödlig tåg: O'JAYS


O'Jays
Back stabbers

(What they do!)

(They smile in your face)
All the time they want to take your place
The back stabbers (back stabbers)


All you fellows who have someone and you really care, yeah, yeah
Then it's all of you fellows who better beware, yeah yeah
Somebody's out to get your lady
A few of your buddies they sure look shady
Blades are long, clenched tight in their fist
Aimin' straight at your back
And I don't think they'll miss

(What they do!)

(They smile in your face)
All the time they want to take your place
The back stabbers (back stabbers)


I keep gettin' all these visits from my friends, yeah,
They come to my house again and again and again and again, yeah
So are they there to see my woman
I don't even be home but they just keep on comin'
What can I do to get on the right track
I wish they'd take some of these knives off my back

(They smile in your face)
All the time they want to take your place
The back stabbers (back stabbers)

[instrumental break as per intro (1X)]

Low down... dirty...

(What they do!)



(They smile in your face)
Smiling faces... smiling faces sometimes tell lies
(Back stabbers)

(They smile in your face)
I don't need... low down, dirty bastards
(Back stabbers) [fade]

watt the stax? wake up! veejay battle!

The Sid Presley Experience - Hup 2 3 4


The Tube (UK) 1985

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no contest: just a rum and coke or a camel or baker street



no contest: just a rum and coke or a camel or baker street

SHOX LUMANIA: Signals [Richard Bone: NYC, circa - 1982] WHEN I TELL YA MY WORKS CUT OUT REPLACING YT VIDS...IT IS! 12.08


a rare live TV performance by the legendary underground NYC band circa 1982

dear mr. fontana: this guy's got better taste than us



















Big Black - Kerosene


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i don't know anything about this: i like that the best and that the bass player talks to the drummer during it

Matt Munro - Pop Gear Theme


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La Bionda - One For You One For Me


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KLF- It's Grim Up North


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(Via Gibson Blog)

Excrementory Grindfuckers - Stayin' alive / Playin' a grind


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martha stewart's living's nancy spungen's sister's white bean and tomato toasts' recipe here


From: taqn
sid & nancy live on air w/stiv bators & cynthia of the b-girls




From: taqn
part 2



Susan Spungen

Susan Spungen was the founding food editor and editorial director for food at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia from its launch in 1991 until 2003. She wrote a bimonthly column called "Easy Entertaining" for the magazine until June 2004, and helped launch MSO's first all-food title, Everyday Food. She is coauthor of the best-selling Martha Stewart's Hors d'Oeuvres Handbook. She lives in New York City.


White Bean and Tomato Toasts

Add some flavor to your summer nights with these Latin-inspired dishes from

Susan Spungen

Check out the recipes

Serves 8

INGREDIENTS• 1 crusty baguette (18-to-20-inch)• 1 tomato, cut in half crosswise• 2 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil, plus more for drizzling• 2 garlic cloves, 1 chopped and 1 whole• 1 can (15.5 oz) white beans, drained and rinsed• 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt• Freshly ground pepper• 1 Tbsp white or red wine vinegar


DIRECTIONS

Preheat oven to 375º and position a rack in middle of oven. Cut baguette into 1/4-inch slices. Spread on baking sheet and bake until edges are golden, 7 to 10 minutes. Transfer to plate and set aside. Chop one tomato half into small pieces. Set aside.
Heat oil in medium saucepan over medium heat. Add chopped garlic and sauté until toasted, about 3 minutes. Add beans, 1/2 cup water, and salt and pepper. Simmer until most of liquid has evaporated, about 5 minutes. Add vinegar and mash with fork until roughly pureed. The puree can be made one or two days ahead of time and refrigerated. Bring to room temperature before using.
Rub each slice of bread lightly with the whole garlic clove, then with the remaining half tomato. Spoon about 1 Tbsp of bean puree onto each slice and top with chopped tomato. Drizzle with olive oil and serve.


Tammy Wynette - Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad


In 1977

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Merle Travis - Lost John


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my friend jimmy's last yardbird's record or so, manfred mann-handled




June 29, 2007

del wood: gliss-bliss

Del Wood

for mr. dante fontana and baikanange

Del Wood
Born: February 22, 1920
Died: October 3, 1989
WSM Grand Ole Opry


In the cold, diffuse light of a mid-afternoon Sunday in Nashville, Tootsies Orchid Lounge sits at the feet of the Grand Old Opry--dull, drab and gray as slate.



Inside the darkness of the cavernous room with its scuffed maple flooring and echoes of laughter, hovers the must of 1951. Dozens glide in circles to the tintinnabulation of her piano's gliss-bliss, unaware of the decay. A palpable sense of history hovers close like saturnine rings of smoke in the surrounding orb of dankness.



Around and around, her fingers continue to dance on the keyboard. She's laughing easily, and furtively eyeing the girls in Poodle skirts. They glance at brilliantined boys with a blush...all seems to work.




Del Wood is recognized as being the most successful female, country,
solo instrumentalist.

Her parents gave her a piano for her fifth birthday with the hope that she would become a classical pianist. Her dream-goal was the Grand Ole Opry, something she would eventually realize in her early 30s. She developed a thumping ragtime style that, in 1951, saw her record her version of the old minstrel show tune, Down Yonder...


Down Yonder soon became a national hit in both the Country and Pop categories in Billboard, and is considered to be the first million-selling record by a female artist...


her version on the Tennessee label reached # 5 in the US country charts and # 4 on the pop charts and sold an estimated three million copies. She was the first female instrumentalist to chalk up a million seller.


Shortening her married name (Adelaide-Hazelwood) to something easier to remember (and intentionally non-gender specific), Del started banging around in bars and honky-tonk joints in her 20s. After guesting on the Opry in 1952 and refusing the chance of playing with Bob Crosby, she joined the roster in November 1953. Her playing proved so popular that she toured with Opry shows, even to Japan. She recorded more than sixty singles and twenty-five albums, mostly for major labels: RCA, Decca, Mercury and Columbia--earning her the sobriquet Queen of Ragtime Piano.



In 1973 Jerry Lee Lewis made his first and only appearance on the Grand Ole Opry. He interrupted his performance and called Del Wood, whom he
cited as a primary influence. Together they performed Wood's hit DownYonder
which he had listened to in Ferriday by Del's earlier group, Hugh 'Baby' Jarrett and his Dixieliners on the Tennessee Records label in 1951.



She made a cameo appearance in Dolly Parton's 1984 film Rhinestone.

Wood remained a member of the Opry until the end of her life.

Del Wood died in 1989 and was interred in the Mount Olivet Cemetery in Nashville.












Joe Dassin - A Toi


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Chet Baker - Love For Sale

Julian Cope - Trampolene / Space Hopper


The Tube, 1986 (Plus China Doll video [not all])

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Marianne Rosenberg - Marleen


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some+of+ya'll+never+been+down+south+too+much


polk salad: tony joe white



polk salad: elvis
both from: elvisking67



ElvisFootageBoss
Elvis Polk Salad Annie
early hour of Jan 1st 1977
Split screen technology provides multi synched angles from enhanced 8mm footage in a 16:9 ratio widescreeen format.
This man rocked the stage vocally and physicaly and dispelled the myths about his weight given he only had just 228 days left to live.

Elvis seemed kinda possessed in the destructive and decadent time of his life...hahaha the shadow taunting him aye.lord have mercy..the need good souls ppl




From: PappyStuckey
lustful earl and the married woman: tjw


Deep Purple - Highway Star[Original Live]
From: elvisking67


+ 60s + album + armature + American + Amsterdam + and + and1 + Annie + ballad + Benetton + bi + bi-sexual + bigamy + Bali + balling + blues + bedrock + brain + brook + bush + can't + Carl + cartoon + case + cash + castle + sheeny + CIA + Clapton + clash + classic + climax + comedy + craunchy + crave + cream + curious + dance + downhill + DJ + dressed + fryer + drugs + dry + dub + earth + electronic + elves + Emmalee + England + euro + Europa + fair + fairground + fest + fight + fire + France + freestyle + funny + gay + gear + gent + Georgia + girl + gout + go + goodbye + gr egg + housemother + handlebars + gasket + hillside + hot + humor + humping + ulna + in + Kiowa + IRA + jam + jazz - Joe + johnny + Jonas + keeper + kith + kg + kirk + kitchen + loam + Libby + live + Lil + Londoner + man + mam + muscles + metal + mick + mistype + Mr + mud + Myranda + music + Nikon + new + night + nightclub + Nordic + number + Ohio + albumen + oldies + on + Orleans + outed + pain + Paola's + paradise + phyla + polka + pops + puke + punk + rainy + ran + Roche + ride + Riki + riot + riot + rock + room + safe + salad + sauce + say + sex + show + sixties + slider + solid + songbird + southern + spy + state + Stockholm + stretchable + strummed + Sylvan + swamp + tailor + team + terror + the + throw + to + tony + tour + trials + twink + twinkly + twangs + uncovered + up + USS + video + Vinnie + vomit + war + wheels - white + world + wrestle + wrestler + wrestling + yesterday + you + zebra + seraglio + steamer


Non-Performing Achievement: billy sherril's legacy








BILLY SHERRILL

Portrait by Ronald McDowell

1995 Inductee
Lifework Award for Non-Performing Achievement (mr. dante fontana and i have also won this award)

Famous as songwriter and producer, Billy Sherrill came toCountry Music form an upbringing in tent meeting gospel and a youth devoted to sax playing and piano pounding in rock 'n' roll bands.


The Phil Campbell, Alabama native moved to Nashville in
1961, where he established an independent recording studio. The
next year he joined Columbia/Epic Records as a staff producer,
and by 1966 his star began to rise with the huge success of a
Grammy winning wong he wrote and produced for Epic's David
Houston, "Almost Persuaded". That same year he signed Tammy
Wynette to Epic Records, like himself a native of Alabama, and
their association was to prove legendary.

Sherrill wrote and produced most of the songs that are synonymous
with Wynette's career:

Catalog Highlights

Stand By Your Man

  • Co-writer: Tammy Wynette

  • Artists: Tammy Wynette

Almost Persuaded

  • Co-writer: Glenn Sutton

  • Artists: David Houston, Dottie West, Conway Twitty, Wayne Newton, Tammy Wynette, George Jones

The Most Beautiful Girl

  • Co-writer: Norro Wilson, Rory Bourke

  • Artists: Charlie Rich
My Elusive Dreams
  • Co-writer: Curly Putman

  • Artists: David Houston, Tammy Wynette

Your Good Girl Is Gonna Go Bad

  • Co-writer: Glenn Sutton

  • Artists: Tammy Wynette



June 28, 2007

l'expérience américaine perfect


there is no need to study the perfect american experience. just watch this french docu-tainment and it is all explained as only a french woman named sheila can do it.

il n'y a aucun besoin d'avoir connaissance de l'expérience américaine perfect, montre juste ce docutainment français et il est tout expliqué comme seulement une femme française peut

linda gail lewis and brother: when you wore a tulip and i wore a big red rose on the jll show


UPDATE TO MY wildly popular International-affair-covers post.html

toni basil covers the waterfront and devo

Toni Basil does DEVO
Be Stiff
From:
Jeff9964
and more from mr. fontana who seems desperate to return even if it kills him:

Mercies ahead sufficient, the end to finish former. I
demand that you Continue being sinfully like that
sunhat contributes behind (Waco). But, if I
rise, I must go singling apart. They know, finally
"Mr. Sichtcouncils Ltd." De Dante Fontana;. It makes
examinación dentally if they gush forth to the external
part. But the diverto of calculation (or weeks) during its form
of thing(s) of the hands.

June 27, 2007

when the saints go marchin' in/mother's little helper medley en francais


Petula Clark et Johnny Hallyday
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when the saints go marchin' in/mother's little helper/girl/downtown (medley en francais)












"Il mondo"

"No, stanotte amore,
non ho più pensato a te.
Ho aperto gli occhi
per guardare intorno a me.
E intorno a me
girava il mondo come sempre.

Gira il mondo gira,
nello spazio senza fine.
Con gli amori appena nati,
con gli amori già finiti.
Con la gioia e col dolore
della gente come me...

Il mondo,
soltanto adesso io ti guardo.
Nel tuo silenzio io mi perdo.
E sono niente accanto a te.

Il mondo non si è fermato
mai un momento.
La notte insegue sempre il giorno.
Ed il giorno verrà...

Oh mondo... ...

Il mondo non si è fermato
mai un momento.
La notte insegue sempre il giorno.
Ed il giorno verrà..."















Sonic Youth - Shadows of Doubt


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Stereolab - The noise of carpet


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Bill Evans Trio - Elsa

The Midnight Movers - Soulfinger

Eric Dolphy - 245

Joni Anderson (Mitchell) - Born to Take the Highway


"Before she was Joni Mitchell she was Joni Anderson of Saskatoon, the fair young maid of Canadian folk music singing on the Oscar Brandt hootenany show, Let's Sing Out. "Born to Take the Highway" is unreleased elsewhere, as far as I know. Glimpses of the late Dave Van Ronk, Tom and Harry Chapin and the now octagenarian Oscar Brandt are found here. Oscar still hosts a radio show every week out of New York ."

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(Via VideoSift)

bâtards, d'abrutis, baisant des chattes, et des piqûres: ian dury!


Ian Dury
Sweet Gene Vincent



Ian Dury and the Blockheads
What a Waste



Ian Dury and the Blockheads
Jack Shit George



Ian Dury&The Blockheads
Mash it up Harry with Jools Holland




The Blockheads with Suggs on vocals
my old man



all except sgv From: haroldturkeypants
Can you tell the difference between Stork and butter?

June 26, 2007

Serge Gainsbourg - Sea sex and sun

Phillip Boa & The Voodoo Club - Kill Your Ideals


Live

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The Jesus and Mary Chain - Never Understand


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Babian - Hela världen i givakt


Live

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Public Image Ltd - Public Image

Lauryn Hill - Ex Factor

Harmonica Frank - Shake A Little Shimmy


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Staple Singers - I Wish I Had Answered


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Dolly Parton - Gypsy, Joe and Me


From the Porter Wagoner show 1972

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Povel Ramel - Ittma Hohah (Självplågarvisa från Chit'n Pot'n Bah i Indien) / Var är tvålen? / Aj, vad jag är kär / Underbart är kort


"Late Swedish entertainer and composer Povel Ramel in 4 highly enjoyable numbers from the 1956 movie musical 'Ratataa' (directed by Hasse Ekman).
Also starring Martin Ljung and Gunwer Bergkvist"

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Frank & Nancy Sinatra - You Make Me Feel So Young

Lesley Gore - Wonder Boy


Scopitone

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<(Via Bedazzled)

lgl-o-phile: international affair: the covers



LINDA GAIL LEWIS

International Affair

I can help (Billy Swan)
We were both wrong (B.Murray)
Cry one more time (Wolf, Justman)
They called it rock (N.Lowe + D.Edmunds)
Clean cut kid (Bob Dylan)
A.I. on the jukebox (D.Edmunds, W.Birch)
Suddenly single (Butch Hornsby)
Tongue and cheek (D.Gillepsie)
I feel so bad (Temple, Johnson)
Las Vegas (live) (Gram Parsons, Rick Grech)

International Affair
The Village Voice

Robert Christgau:
To keep my bearings, I often review records in bunches, by stylistic affinity. So I've reached back to 1990 yet against catchup with Africa and, er, jazz-rock. Gad-no lyrics to steal jokes from. But the 1991 picks were undeniable.

PICK HIT:

Linda Gail Lewis

International Affair (New Rose import): The long-ago costar of the lowbrow gem Together registers more twang per syllable than prime Duane Eddy, belting and screeching like a flat-out hillbilly-Jeannie C. Riley, say. But though I'd love to hear her "Harper Valley P.T.A." (or "Fist City," or"9 to 5"), she's Jerry Lee's sister, wildass before she's anything else. She doesn't ignore country on this band-centered studio job, but except for Billy Swan's "I Can Help" ("If your child needs a mama we can discuss that too"), the standouts are from Wolf-Justman, Dave Edmunds, Bob Dylan, all of whom should be damn proud. Covering "They Called It Rock," she gets up to "Someone in the newspaper said it was shit," and instead of rushing discreetly on to the next line she draws out that last word with the relish of a gal who's waited to sing it all her life. Pretty great.

"Lewis' 1991 album, International Affair, issued in France by New Rose, created excitement among European rockabilly fans and her cult following in the U.S. Village Voice music critic Robert Christgau named the import a "pick hit" in one of his monthly "consumer guides." Lewis, he wrote, registered "more twang per syllable than prime Duane Eddy, belting and screeching like a flat-out hillbilly... She's Jerry Lee's sister, wildass before anything else."

the covers from International Affair




i can help
billy swann








they called it rock
nick lowe




feel so bad
elvis



ooh las vegas
emmylou harris



clean cut kid/positively 4th street
dylan


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My first girlfriend, Karen Holley (sp?) Dash Rip Rock - Jenny Says - Beat Rodeo - New Love 1986: I got over it. Over It! (Parrot from Eureka)

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My first girlfriend, Karen Holley (sp?) Dash Rip Rock - Jenny Says - Beat Rodeo - New Love 1986: I got over it. Over It! (Parrot from Eureka)

my first girlfriend, karen holley, broke up with me in about 1984, started going out with the lead singer of this 1. 
Photograph of a medieval artwork, showing a gu...Image via Wikipedia
local baton rouge band,which spawned this 2., the worst band and singer of all time (this actually made me get a little throwup in my mouth);
wrote to the singer of this 3.  group in 1985 and got invited up to visit...
when she got to new york,
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she was approached by the guitar player...they got married anyway! 4.
i got over it.






1. From: silentkev
Dash Rip Rock
Jenny Says


2. From: cooltunesrus
Cowboy Mouth
The Late Late Show




3. From: gornackguy
"New Love"

Beat Rodeo 1986




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From: dhrrltka
Jim Reeves
He'll Have To Go & Adios Amigo
korean subs



From: rormeno
ELO
Telephone Line (1976)



From: susieretrofuture
Blondie
Hangin' On The Telephone 1978


Provided By:
Interview with Jack Lee
songwriter: Hanging on the Telephone



From: Byrds4Millennia
Roger McGuinn w/ the Chad Mitchell Trio (early 1960s)
three song performance from the Bell Telephone Hour





From: industrial82
PETE SHELLEY - TELEPHONE OPERATOR





From: Bezu007
Mini moni
Telephone (Ring Ring Ring)
w/ italian subs


From: bachineko
Shenna Easton
Telephone



From: FattyJubbo
Telephone Thing
the FALL



From: KangK
New Edition feat. Bobby Brown
Mr. Telephone Man