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 July 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 THE DODGERS AND JOHNNY ANGEL- Big Mo (1958)
KING USZNIEWICZ & THE USZNIEWICZTONES- Out of This World
from LP Twistin' and Bowlin' with King Uszniewicz,1991
4:43 PETER L. BATSIN- How To Make a Tape Recorder
6:59 LES BROWN & HIS ORCHESTRA- Joltin' Joe DiMaggio (1941)
I've Got a Pocketful of Dreams, 1942
LINDA SCOTT- When You Wish Upon a Star
17:32 ROSEMARY CLOONEY & THURL RAVENSCROFT- Where Will the Dimple Be? (1955)
MAMIE VAN DOREN- Salamander
22:07 SAMMY SALVO- A Mushroom Cloud (1961)
BOB WILLS & HIS TEXAS PLAYBOYS- Miss Molly (1942)
ALAN MOORE & THE SINISTER DUCKS- March of the Sinister Ducks (1981)
MRS. MILLER- Yellow Submarine
from LP Will Success Spoil Mrs. Miller?, 1966
32:21 SPRITE- Spring Will Be a Little Early
NINO ROTA- Drink More Milk
38:20 DICKIE GOODMAN- Sweet Pure Daughter
from LP My Son, the Joke, 1964
40:35 FRITZ & JERRY- Pad (1958)
“another good version of this instrumental, this time as a slow rocker for strong results” --Billboard
SPADE COOLEY- Texas Steel Guitar (1947)
45:01 PHIL FOSTER- Shuckle Twist (1962)
47:03 THE BEAU HUNKS ORCHESTRA- Drunk
from CD The Beau Hunks Orchestra Play the Music of the Little Rascals
47:41 RALPH YOUNG- Moon Doll
from Nude on the Moon, 1961
RUTH WALLIS- The Dinghy Song
“The Spice Is Right is a look at the new world we live in. It's hot stuff!
“There was Kinsey. There was Freud. There was Havelock Ellis. Now comes the distinctive report, the behind-the-shade-report, by Ruth Wallis. It's strange and funny and Ruth sets it all to music.
“There are countless ways to dissect the goings-on. The Spice Is Right is a no-holds-barred, one-entendre observation of the three sexes and the ways and means and things that make them tick, make them sick-sick, make them purely eccentric.
“It's a broad look. Anything that comes to Ruth's view becomes a kind of occupational hazard. From stripes to strips, from tribal customs to tribal costumes, from geographic institutes to geographic platitudes she takes soundings. She never gets herself in too deep so you'll find it exciting and pleasing following her trips and turns.”
LINDA MANNING- Boo On You (1964)
54:12 THE MADISONS- Bad Baboon (1965)
55:59 LUDWIG VON DRAKE- The Spectrum Song
from Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Disney
57:35 B. BUMBLE & THE STINGERS- Apple Knocker
FATS WALLER- S'Posin'
Meme star "Hide The Pain Harold" takes trip of lifetime to Manchester, England - If you want to express a uniquely compelling mix of superficial happiness and deep melancholy, there is nowhere better to go than Manchester, England. "...
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