Saturday, May 27, 2017

Magic Whistle Radio Hour 127

Things I've collected over the years or acquired on mixtapes and comps or gathered from the internet or the library or my parents' attic. The different sources are the reason for the volume disparity. I make no claims to "discovering" or "owning" anything. Probably neither do you. It's whatever I feel like playing that week. Every Saturday. No repeats. Things that may or may not be familiar. Who knows? The time's next to each song in case you don't like something or it's icky or if you don't want your kids to hear it. Don't let offense at one song cloud your impression of the curation as a whole. Past weeks here too. Just type "Audio" in the search engine. Or if you're too lazy to press a button more than once, here's everything up to January 2017. You don't get the all playlists, though. You can right-click this if you want to save a zip file of this one (containing an mp3 of the file) for later. Here what information I was able to find:

0:00 PHIL JOHNS & THE LONELY ONES- Ballad of a Juvenile Delinquent (1960)
2:50 BILLY TAYLOR & THE TEARDROPS- Wombie Zombie (1959)
5:06 BUDDY MOSS- You Got to Give Me Some of It
8:12 CASPER THE FRIENDLY GHOST- Windshield Wipers Parade (1963)
9:44 IRVING AARONSON- Crazy Words, Crazy Tune (1927)
12:28 DOROTHY ELLIS- Drill Daddy Drill (1952)
15:22 HOOSIER HOT SHOTS- Etiquette Blues (1946)
18:09 FRANK CRUMIT- The Dashing Marine (1934)
21:09 FATS WALLER- Your Feet's Too Big (1939)
24:14 ABBE LANE- We're Not Children (1958)
26:37 SPIKE JONES & THE CITY SLICKERS- Deep Purple (1952)
29:58 CARL STALLING ORCHESTRA- Early WB Scores (The Depression Era)    from CD The Carl Stalling Project, 1936-1941,1990

Porky's Romance (4.3.37)
Milk and Money (10.3.36)
36:00 BOB WILLS & HIS TEXAS PLAYBOYS- Four or Five Times (1935)
38:45 EILEEN FULTON- I Wonder Who My Daddy Is (1972)
40:55 GRANGER HUNT & THE BELIEVERS- Motor Mouth (1964)
42:56 HOMER & JETHRO- How Much Is That Hound Dog In the Window
   from LP Homer and Jethro at the Country Club, 1960

45:41 EDDIE DELANGE- I Ups to Her and He Ups To Me
48:26 JIM COPP & ED BROWN- Fam-ly Reunion (1968)
   from LP Jonathan and Darlene Edwards in Paris, 1960

55:20 LEON BROOKS- Orange Face Grace (From Outer Space) (1958)
57:17 BILL FRIEL- Fort Lauderdale (1962)
59:16 CARMEN LESAY- Sunset Mood

Thursday, May 25, 2017

cartoons explained 2

This man was fed up with working, and has now taken up begging, which he explains on his sign. Though it is the reason one actually would beg.
Caper, May 1960
She is trying to make her husband jealous by being with another man, but he seems to be used to it by now and doesn't care.
Bluebook, August 1963
A beatnik, taking a phone survey, is on some kind of drug, giving a double meaning to the term “turned on”
Donald Reilly
Hi-Life, August 1964
The scientists are nervous creating the bomb and being very precise so as not to cause an explosion, while a third scientist is playing a practical joke by making a sound to simulate the explosion.
The Dude, November 1956
The wife of the artist is rightfully upset that he is spending too much time with a younger model.
Lee Lorenz
Playboy, December 1968
The couple is divorced, but still having sex nonetheless.
The Dude, July 1957
This woman is most likely a prostitute or possibly trying to snag a husband (pre-marital sex, though possibly practiced secretly, was not out in the open then to the extent it is now. In sleazier circles, it was common for the male to spread his seed anywhere anytime) by way of welcome mat.
Charles Dennis
Monsieur, September 1957
At a party, a man was attempting to only make small talk but was unable to resist his carnal urges and met his comeuppance.
Mr., March 1952
The man is either blind or pretending to be and is using the handicap as an excuse to feel the woman's breast.
Nugget, February 1956
A fish is attempting the next step in evolution becoming a land animal, much to the annoyance of its companion.
Charles Barsotti
Nugget, August 1963
A boxer is challenging another while already in the ring, using the school yard cliché of starting a fight by daring the opponent to knock a chip off his shoulder.
Sir!, May 1953
A young man is trying to attract the attention of a potential mate by grabbing her dress.
Bill Wenzel
Sir!, May 1953
Apparently this is a non-union shoot, since an actor is concerned that the powder kegs might be real.
Ace, January 1964

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Comics on Parade #55, 2 of 3

Not much to say about this compilation of Nancy strips continued from last week except that I hope you enjoy them.

Monday, May 22, 2017