Monday, July 28, 2008

Tales From The Archives, Part 3 !



Yes me dears, as promised, here's a little lost-&-found post from the depths of this very blog !
I tried to get all the requests from the comments, emails and by pigeon, and if I forgot any request, please don't stone me to death.
Well, that's a fine playlist !
Have a good week and thanx again !

B. Bumble And The Stingers :
* The Green Hornet Theme *


Wayne Walker :
* All I Can Do Is Cry *


Papa George Lightfoot :
* When The Saints Go Marchin' In *


Hot Lips Page & His Orchestra :
* Jungle King *


Johnny Western :
* Cowpoke *


Johnny 'Guitar' Watson :
* Gettin' Drunk *


Jess Hooper With The Daydreamers :
* All Messed Up *


Sister Rosetta Tharpe :
* Two Little Fishes And Fives Loaves of Bread *


Little Richard :
* Hurry Sundown *


The Tempos :
* See You In September *



Rev Frost says 'Rev it up and ouch'

10 Comments:

Anonymous Sample Vinyl said...

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11:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

HOORAY FOR THE ARCHIVES!
THANKS REV

11:04 PM  
Anonymous sue said...

wooooooooo all i can do is cry is a masterpiece.

11:35 PM  
Blogger Scurvy said...

Crap! I had a couple of unes I was hoping I could get a repost of...

guess I wait till next summer. :(


How was Tom Waits?

3:02 AM  
Blogger Reverend Frost said...

Which songs bud?

Tom Waits !

11:02 PM  
Blogger Scurvy said...

"Ito Eats" and "Abba Dabba Doo Dance"

I know they were technically not posted, but were part of bloody mixes instead, but I'd love to have the individual songs. Tom looks like he put on a great show! I would love to see him someday.

3:02 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

well done sir, thanks for sister rosetta

9:48 PM  
Anonymous swiss adam said...

All I Can Do Is ...say thank you very much

11:27 PM  
Blogger Eegah!! & Tabonga! said...

Tom,
No Bullshit, Man! You have the best taste in music! Period! Walkin' down a lonely street in Anchorage, Alaska, circa 1970, and hearin' the Gospel six blocks down the street, the voices of the Angels still get down to this day!!
Thank-You!!!

6:43 AM  
Anonymous GMaupin said...

Thanks a heap for the Tempos track - it completed the delicate recreation of a battered old multi-record set lost to the ravages of time (the Adam VIII "Greatest Rock & Roll Classics of All Time," probably as seen on TV!). Cheers!

4:36 AM  

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