This is another Magic Whistle Radio Hour for you. I have no end to these. There will be no repetition.
These are things I've collected over the years or acquired on mixtapes and comps or gathered from the internet. I make no claims to "discovering" or "owning" anything and neither do you. It's whatever I feel like playing that week. Things that may or may not be familiar. Who knows. If you haven't seen past weeks here they're here too. I do one every week. Just click on “audio” in the labels below which will take you to the one before and so on and so on. Here's this week's show...
You can also save a zip (which you can open as an mp3) by right-clicking this and listen to it while you're jogging or drawing or something.
Here's all the information I could find about what this all is:
SHUG FISHER- Froggy Went A-Courtin' (Crambone)
from cartoon Pecos Pest, 1955
RALPH WILLIS- Bed Tick Blues (1951)
TRAILER- Redneck County (1974)
also known as The Great Lester Boggs
R. CRUMB & HIS CHEAP SUIT SERENADERS- Sing Song Girl (1978)
SALTY HOLMES- The Ghost Song (1954)
SEIJA LAMPILA- Glendora
UNKNOWN- She Was An Acrobat's Daughter
from cartoon She Was An Acrobat's Daughter, 1936
SOL K. BRIGHT'S HOLLYWIANS- Honolulu How Do You Do (1934)
SPINAL TAP- Gimme Some Money
from LP Smell The Glove. Supposedly from 1965, really from 1984.
IRENE SCRUGGS- Gotta Get Mine In Front (1930)
SYD DALE ORCHESTRA- The Hell Raisers (1968)
TERESA BREWER- Choo'n Gum (1950)
The Incredible Two Headed Transplant (1971)
Kim Fowley alias
THE CHECK MATES- Hey Mrs. Jones [parts 1 and 2] (1961)
from The Electric Company, 1972
THE GLENCOVES- Hootenanny (1963)
THE RAMONES- I Don't Want To Go Down To The Basement (1976)
STAN BORESON & DAN STETTERBERG- The Telephone (1957)
Parody of Honeycomb
THE DIMPLES- Toy Telephone (1958)
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