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A Bloody '09 New Years Eve Party Mix !!!

Hell-Ho !!!

So this is it ! (no, don't cry, it's not the end of the blog !)
Ok wrong start...So this is it, the end of this damned year of 2009 !
(hear the crowd goes haaaaaaaaaaaaaaa)
I know it's been a difficult year for some, a year of changes for others, anyway,
the whole team at STGW (which means, me, myself & I) would like to thank you one more time for your support in 2009 !
So as I walked down the 'Cimetierre Montparnasse' (my fav place to be), I thought: 'Muwuwuhahaha, let's bury 2009 in style !'
Great idea right, let's not celebrate 2010 until we really buried 2009 first !
So there you go my dear readers, my dear friends, another mix in the row, another roll-in-ze-hay !
Frankly, I truly love this one, it's filled with 'hidden' messages, haha a real killer not to be missed !
So...well, it's been a great year here, we had a wondeful halloween time, a perfect christmas time, hope 2010 brings its promises to you all (I know it's …

Bloody-Merry Christmas !!!

Frosty, you've been sooo nice

Ho Ho Ho (last chapter) !!!

Hey folks, thanks again for your kind words, hope you did enjoy the mixes & the Santa Frost special, have yourself a bloody-merry christmas with your family, loved ones, friends or cats, see you next week for a bloody new years eve party mix (boy, this one's meaaaaaaan) !

Yours truly,

And Bang ! Requested songs !
(With a special mention to Better Off Dead who offered us a drunken xmas song ! Thanks !)

It's a tradition here !
Thurl Ravenscroft :
* You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch *

Otis Redding :
* Merry Christmas Baby *

Louis Armstrong :
* Zat You Santa Claus *

Rev. Tom Frost :
* God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen *

Better Off Dead :
* Alcoholiday *

Smokey Hogg :
* My Christmas Baby *

The Cryptkeeper :
* We Wish You'd Bury The Missus *

Christmaaaaaas (Part 7) !!!

Ho Ho Ho, Part III !
Dig the christmas songs ? Thanks a bunch !
You didn’t ? I’ll do worst next year I promise !

So here’s our second volume of Thee-Holy-Santa-Claus-Shit-Mix for this end of the year, you know, the usual rockin’ jumpin’ twistin’ & surfin’ sleazy holiday spirit !
There’s even Father Lemmy singing and Jingle Bells in german on this one !
But here on STGW, you get used to it by now!
(insert a commercial jingle here please)

Oh by the way, stop by and say hello to Mr A The Barber .
He’s got the perfect podcast for your holidays here

Happy holidays my dear friends !!!!

Rev. Frost Presents…A Bloody Christmas Mix, Part 7 !(54 :17)
01. The Cryptkeeper – Intro
02. Davie Allan & The Arrows - Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer
03. Jack Scott - Jingle Bell Slide
04. Nathaniel Mayer - Mr. Santa Claus
05. The Avalanches - Winter Wonderland
06. Ron Winters - Snow Girl
07. The Kustard Kings - Do They Know It's (Snoopy's) Christmas
08. Marlene Paul - I Wanna Spend Christmas With El…


Hey Hey Hey !!!
Now here’s your real christmas present !!!

You’ve been all so good this year, so, boys & girls, we bring you...
3 brand new tracks, a ‘make-it-yourself’ 7’’ by your fav host, Santa Frost !

Fuck yeah, enjoy these 3 traditional tunes in the usual voodoo stew of junkyard trash, drunken choir and Holiday glee !!!

Seriously, this is my seasonal gift from me to youuu !
This evil thing is truly dedicated from the bottom of my fat heart to every single reader of this very blog, to my sweeeet sweeeeeet gal, to the Larsson sisters, to my true brothers Mr Freeze, Fred & El Capitan, all my friends all around the world, my weird ol' folks, and all supporters on this goddam earth and beyond !!!!
Yer all the best !!!!

So fasten your seatbelts and wooooooosh, sleigh ride with me
(and don’t forget to bring the old bottle of christmas booze please)

Yeeeeeeeha !!! (or in this case, falalalalalalalala ad lib)

Rev. Tom Frost :
* Santa Claus Is Coming To Town *
* Deck The Halls *
* We Three …

Christmaaaaaas (Part 6) !!!

Ho Ho Ho !!!!
Yep folks, it’s a great great great pleasure to announce…
Christmas hostilities are open !!!!

Ah, it’s been a while since I didn’t make a proper christmas mix, so hehe fuck the past, here’s a bloody good one !
Here’s the plan, there’ll be 2 xmas mixes this year and a sweeeeet suprise next week, but shhhh keep it secret !

‘Tis the season !!!
And don’t forget to pay a visit to the good folks at !

Rev. Frost Presents…A Bloody Christmas Mix, Part 6 !(53 :00)
(via rapidshare)

01. Los Straitjackets - Sleigh Ride
02. The Harmony Grits - Santa Claus Is Coming to Town
03. Gary Walker - Santa's Got A Brand New Bag
04. Santo and Johnny - Twistin' Bells
05. The Chesterfield Kings - Hey Santa Claus
06. The Granville Williams Orchestra - Santa Claus Is Ska-Ing to Town
07. Chuck Blevins - Sleigh Bell Rock
08. Huey 'Piano' Smith and The Clowns - Silent Night
09. Meshugga Beach Party - Oh Hanukkah
10. Mel Blanc - Yah, Das Ist Ein Christmas Tree
11. Johnny Horton - T…

Tales From The Archives, Part 4 !

Aloha !
Yeeeeha , here’s another ‘Tales From The Archives’ ! – drumroll, tadaaaaaaa...

Frankly, thanks for your patience, trust and support over the last 5 years !
I don’t if this blog will last forever of course, you’ve all noticed it nearly stopped a couple of times, but hey hey, you know me, never fall down no matter what, just kidding just kidding…
What the heck, I’m here to spread the good word, that’s why it ain’t over yet !
So, here’s a little sample of tracks you’ve been dying for to hear again, a sample I said, sorry if didn’t play them all, ‘cos if I did, we should call that post a bloody library instead !

Rev's Special Message #1 :
* Friday The 13th *

Sister Rosetta Tharpe :
* Fly Away *

Jackie Wilson :
* Years From Now *

Lalo Guerrero :
* Marihuana Boogie *

Gary U.S. Bonds :
* Coconut Woman *

Andy Iona And His Islanders :
* Tahu-Wahu-Wai *

Duane Eddy:
* Stalkin' *

Hey btw look, no Rev. Frost tracks !

That’s right, next stop is Christmaaaas (tadaaaaaa again) !
And yep, got some shakin’ g…

Johnny Fortune !

Howdy Folks !
Gosh ! Garsh ! Jesus ! (where?)
We're celebrating today the 5th anniversary of this very blog !
Yeeepee !!! And thanks again for your support !
And a good opportunity to repost an old 'portrait' (ooh lala, rev is so french),

You cand read his bio on the original post , and hell yeah, what a man, hear those three fantastic tracks here ! Enjoy, and buy anything you find from Johnny !

Johnny Fortune :
* Dragster *
* Siboney *
* Lone Surfer *

Oh by the way, if you want to hear something posted in the archives, it's the time, let me know here or by email - yep, for a proper blog birthday, there'll be another 'Tales From The Archives' (tadaaaaa) next week !

2000 Maniacs ! (aka YEEEHAA !)

Hey friends, you know that silly songs and halloween match fine for me (& you), and it ain’t over yet ! A good example ?
I just wanted to share this one with you (and make you discover a beautiful world btw)…Hershell Gordon Lewis !

'The Godfather of Gore', so-named for his numerous psychotronic classics (37 and counting!), including She-Devil on Wheels, Blood Feast, and the newly released Blood Feast 2 to name a few, contributing vocals, lyrics, and music, and backed by Cleveland's own Amazing Pink Holes, H.G. delivers rousing renditions of his theme songs from his films Moonshine Mountain and 2000 Maniacs!
(One of my all time fav, filmed in 14 days)
The blood-splattered 6" was strictly limited to 2000 maniacal copies and will not be repressed. (I have one I have one)
This release marked the return of The Amazing Pink Holes, recording for the first time in 15-plus years !

Now all together : YEEEEEEEEEHAA !!!

(Plus the original track of course !)

Hershell Gordon Lewis &…

Mickey & Sylvia !

Had a good Halloween ?
Mine was perfect ! It’s always good to hear the neighbours the next morning saying ‘Did you hear the chainsaw and the screams at 4 am ?’…

Anyway, back to action, let's shake some dust !

Yeah, Mickey Baker and Sylvia Vanderpool !!!
This popular duo began recording together in 1956 and enjoyed an US R&B chart-topper that year with ‘Love Is Strange’, which peaked at number 11 in the US pop chart the following year. This enduring call-and-response song is rightly regarded as a classic of its genre, and later became a minor UK hit when recorded by the Everly Brothers.
Prolific session work for Atlantic Records, Savoy, King and Aladdin earned the former the epithet Mickey ‘Guitar’ Baker, while the latter had made her recording debut with jazz trumpeter Oran ‘Hot Lips’ Page as early as 1950. Yep, Mickey was a music instructor and Sylvia one of his pupils !
The duo eventually bought their own nightclub, established a publishing company, and formed their own record lab…

Halloweeeeeeeen (Part 14) !!!

Yep, that’s a cry from the heart !

Boys & Girls, this is the last mix of our bloody halloween hootenanny
– for this year !

First of all, I would like to tell you HOW MUCH I did enjoy making, chewing & spitting those monsters out, and I really hope you felt the same just as much as I did !!!
(Frankly, reading those comments again makes me think that you’re all as mad as me)

Anyway, thanks again for your time, thanks a freakin’ bunch for all the sites/blogs who did put a link for these, hope you’re all gonna scare the shit out of your neighbours/ex-wives-husbands/boss/ well, you know, people you frankly like.

So Have yourself a scary little Halloween, hope those mixes helped a bit – and, that goes without saying but, yeah thanks to all the artists included in the mixes, every crazy songs, every demented movies in the universe, thanks thanks thanks !!!!!


Rev. Frost Presents…A Bloody Halloween Mix, Part 14 ! (65 :31)
aka : La 2009 Gran…

Halloweeeeeeeeen (Part 13) !!!

Yes people, it ain't over yet !
Number 13 !
It's a lucky mix...not for everyone of course.
Blood ! Murders ! Monsters ! Even the Blob's hanging around !
And this one even has a dancing end - yes, it's number 13 itself !!!

Enjoy ! (or die trying)

Quite repeating myself here, but thanks again for the comments and emails !
And see you next week for the last halloween mix of 2009 !

Rev. Frost Presents...A Bloody Halloween Mix, Part 13 ! (54 :52)
(via rapidshare)
Tracklist :
01. Intro / The Born Losers - Werewolves On Wheels
02. The Calvanes - Horror Pictures
03. Zane Brothers – Dracula
04. Bernard Herrmann – The Murder (Psycho Edit)
05. Bill Buchanan - The Night Before Halloween
06. Frankie Stein And His Ghouls - A Hearse Is Not A Home
07. Gene Moss & The Monsters - The Shrimpenstein Song
08. Todd Rhodes & His Orchestra - Jumpin' With The Mountain King
09. Terry Teene - Curse Of The Hearse
10. Marc Shaiman - It's An Addams !
11. The Ran-Dells - Martian Hop
12. The Bomboras - A …

Halloweeeeeeeeeen (Part 12) !!!


Everybody’s ready for the next one ???
You liked the first ? Hooray, the second’s worse !!!!

Hey btw, thanks for all your comments (and downloads !), it’s a real pleasure to make those mixes, glad to know they work fine for y’all as well !
So, yeah, THANKS !

Come on in boys, the water's fine ! There's a shark waiting for you !

And...Enjoy...NUMBER 12 (tadaaaaaaa) !

Rev. Frost Presents…A Bloody Halloween Mix, Part 12 ! (54 :10)
(Via Rapidshare)
01. Intro
02. Big T. Tyler - King Kong
03. Takeshi Terauchi And The Bunnys - The Flight Of The Bumble Bee
04. The Jayhawks - The Creature (From Outer Space)
05. The Fuzztones - Goin' To A Graveyard
06. A Pair Of Kings - The Monster
07. Lee Lewis - Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes
08. Ben Vaughn - Psycho Beach Party (Main Title)
09. The Cramps - Rockin' Bones
10. Sharkey Todd - The Horror Show
11. Zen Fuller – Doomsday
12. Ziggy Gee - Igor's Chant (Part 1)
13. Jack Starr - Gozilla We Love…

Halloweeeeeeeeeeeen !!! (Part 11)


Welcome back boys and ghouls to the legendary frosty’s halloween hootenanny !!!
Fuck, 3 years without a single bloody halloween mix…I’m quite ashamed to be honest !
But hey, what the heck, who cares, let’s start the hostilities with a brand new bloody bloody bloody mix, a strange result of whiskey, dvds, videos, cds, tapes and vinyls (not to forgot the infamous 10-cigarettes-per-mix).

And who’s mad (or stupid) enough to write, play and record a new track especially for a-mix-on-a-blog-on-the-internet-for-yer-listening-‘pleasure’ ? His Frostiness of course !!!
Yep, enjoy ‘Night Of The Frost’ my ghouls !

The deal’s the same this very year of 2029 – 2009 sorry –
1 mix a week !

So be ready, fasten your seat belts, and enjoy the horrible ride !


Rev. Frost Presents…A Bloody Halloween Mix, Part 11 ! (54 :45)
aka - The Return-Of-The-Vengeance-Of-The-Return-Of-The-Mix
(via rapidshare)
01. Intro
02. Rev Tom Frost – Night Of The Frost !
03. H…

Ronnie Hawkins !

Yep, Ronald "Ronnie" Hawkins is a cousin to fellow rockabilly artist Dale Hawkins ! Known as "Rompin' Ronnie" Hawkins or "The Hawk", he was a key player in the 1960s rock scene in Toronto, Canada and his career has spanned 50 years !
Hawkins was born in 1935 in Huntsville, Arkansas and came to Canada in 1958. His first gig was at the Brass Rail Tavern in London, Ontario where he became an overnight success. Hawkins decided to move to Canada permanently, and in 1964 became a permanent resident.
After a move to Ontario, as band members dropped out- with the exception of drummer Levon Helm, they were replaced with four Canadian musicians who eventually moved on with Helm as their fifth member, backing Bob Dylan in the late 1960s, after developing a world-famous sound and band of their own, taking the name, The Band. Other musicians Hawkins recruited provided the makings of Robbie Lane & The Disciples, and Janis Joplin's Full Tilt Boogie Band.

Ken Nordine's Colors !

The voice-over man from a thousand commercials in the US, Ken Nordine registers in your subconscious instantly: Wait, I know that guy! Smooth as an ice sculpture and ringing with "the voice of a sponsor," Nordine has personified authority since the 1960s. During the 1940s, he was heard on The World's Great Novels and other radio programs broadcast from Chicago. He attracted much wider attention when he recorded the aural vignettes on albums feature Nordine's narration over cool cool cool jazz by the Chico Hamilton jazz group, recording under the alias of Fred Katz, who was then the cellist with Hamilton's quintet.
Nordine began performing and recording such albums at the peak of the beat era and was associated with the poetry-and-jazz movement. However, some of Nordine's "writings are more akin to Franz Kafka or Edgar Allan Poe" (or even Dr. Seuss-like exploration of the meanings of different colors here), than to the beats. Many of his word jazz tra…

Ann Cole !

Tadaaaaaaaa !
Summer's gone godammit !

Well, back to work.
And I want my scalps.

Ann Cole was a genuinely great soul singer who had the misfortune to be too far ahead of her time. She was daring enough to record "Got My Mojo Working," which she'd performed on-stage (which was how Muddy Waters found the song) in 1956.
Cole also cut records on the Timely, Baton, and Sir labels, and in 1956 she was voted the Most Promising Female R&B Vocals. Cole cut many records, but only ever had one pop-chart hit, in 1962 with "Don't Stop the Wedding" on Roulette.
The A-side was a sort of answer record to the Etta James song "Stop the Wedding"; ironically, "Don't Stop the Wedding"'s B-side, "Have Fun," was also her last R&B charting song.
Enjoy !

Ann Cole :
* Each Day *
* Brand New Hearts *
* Got My Mojo Working *
* Don't Stop The Wedding *

A Bloody Summer Mix '09 !!!

Garsh !
Summer break, folks, summer break !!!

Yep people, here's the legendary STGW summer break/mix !
(Officially, this is the 4974th break of this very blog)
Rev. Frost's on holidays, again !
Beach ! Sharks ! Sun burns ! Surf !
Enjoy your summer (and this mix), I'll see y'all in September for more adventures !!!
Yeeeeeeha !

Rev. Frost Presents…A Bloody Summer Mix, ’09 ! (56 :20)
(via Rapidshare)
Tracklist :
1. Kumio Miyauchi - Monster Fight !
2. Shouting Thomas & The Torments - Struggle (Scratch That Itch)
3. Screamin' Jay Hawkins - I Put A Spell On You
4. Terry and Blue Jeans Feat. Terumasa Hino – Kickstand
5. LaSalles – Chopsticks
6. Hoagy Lands - Baby Let Me Hold Your Hand
7. The Tune Rockers - Green Mosquito
8. John Greer - Come Back Maybelline
9. Bloodshot Bill - Bloodshot Man
10. Gabriel & His Angels - Hey !
11. The Countdowns - Do It
12. Joe Jones - California Sun
13. Dr. Isaiah Ross - New York Breakdown
14. Mickey Katz - Come On-a My House
15. Link Wray and His Ray Men …

Sister Wynona Carr !

Hallelujah !
Wynona Carr was born in Cleveland, OH, where she started out as a gospel singer, forming her own five-piece group The Carr Singers around 1945 and touring the Cleveland/Detroit area. Being tipped by The Pilgrim Travelers, who shared a bill with Carr in the late 1940's, Art Rupe signed her to his Specialty label, giving Carr her new stage name "Sister" Wynona Carr (modelled after pioneering gospel singer Sister Rosetta Tharpe) and cutting some twenty sides with her from 1949 to 1954, including a couple of duets with Specialty's biggest gospel star at the time, Brother Joe May.
Although she recorded rarely, Carr nevertheless remained a highly prolific songwriter, composing poetic, topical material often inspired by headlines of the day; she cut dozens of demos for Specialty, and ironically enough earned more money from sales of her sheet music than from her actual recordings.
After successfully touring white nightclubs in 1954 with Sister Rosetta Tharpe and M…

Garfield Akers !

I'd rather see you dead, buried in some cypress grove…
The throbbing guitar sound of Garfield Akers was a primary influence on subsequent generations of Mississippi bluesmen, with the likes of John Lee Hooker and Robert Wilkins citing him as an influence!
Born around 1902 in Bates, Mississippi, Akers remains a shadowy figure; after honing his skills at local dances and house parties, he relocated to the Hernando area, where he worked by day as a sharecropper. After moving on to Memphis, in 1929 he made his first Vocalion label recordings at the Peabody, accompanied by guitarist Joe Callicott; between this first date and a 1930 session for Brunswick, four Akers performances still exist - his two-part signature "Cottonfield Blues," "Jumpin' and Shoutin' Blues," and "Dough Roller Blues," one of the first variations on Hambone Willie Newbern's seminal "Roll and Tumble."
His most well-known song is his debut, the Cottonfield Blues, which…