Wednesday, July 22, 2009

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 - The Swag
16. Joe Tex - Coca-Cola Commercial
17. Edmundo Ros And His Orchestra - Virgin Islands
18. Derek Martin - Soul Power
19. The Red Army Chorus - Rider's March
20. Clarence Williams - Old Time Religion
21. Jo Martens - Belly Coil Dance
22. Xavier Cugat And His Orchestra - Rico Basilon


- "Look ! There goes Rev. Frost !"

Monday, July 06, 2009

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 Marie Knight, Carr finally broke her ties with gospel to pursue a career singing R&B; in 1957, she scored with the hit ballad "Should I Ever Love Again," but again fate was against her; at the same time the record was rising on the chart, she was stricken with tuberculosis, and spent the next two years on the sidelines, convalescing at her parents' home. As the 1970s dawned, Carr went into seclusion; her health continued to decline, and she died on May 12, 1976. Damn.

Sister Wynona Carr :
* I Want To Go To Heaven And Rest *
* Dragnet For Jesus *
* The Ball Game *

And oh, remember kids, the devil is everywhere.
Especially in techno music.

Thanks for your time.

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