Friday, January 29, 2010

Playlist for 1-27-10: Mint Condition







A set of Mint Records songs started the show in honor of the Winter Olympics, which run Feb. 12-28 in the label’s hometown of Vancouver, BC. New music this week from The Over Mountainmen, Crappy Dracula and Matador Record’s fine new compilation Casual Victim Pile: Austin 2010. Tune in next week for what will be my final late night show before moving to Friday afternoons on Feb. 12.

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Your Mom’s the Devil – The Smugglers – In the Hall of Fame
Rat Creek – The Ramblin’ Ambassadors – Vista Cruiser Country Squire
All-Time Low – Carolyn Mark & NQ Arbuckle – Let’s Just Stay Here
High on Cruel – Neko Case & Her Boyfriends – The Virginian

Every Day is the Day of the Dead – Ray Wylie Hubbard – A. Enlightment B. Endarkment (Hint There is No C)
Biding My Time – Black Diamond Heavies – Alive as Fuck
Run Me Down – The Black Keys – The Big Come Up
Dishrag – The Spider Bags – Goodbye Cruel World, Hello Crueler World

Queen Anne – Buick MacKane – The Pawn Shop Years
Red Light – Mr. Airplane Man – C’mon DJ
Turn Around Honey – Dexter Romweber – Blues that Defy My Soul
Leave My Alone With My Bottle – Dash Rip Rock – Ace of Clubs
I Don’t Think So – Nine Pound Hammer – The Mud, The Blood and the Beers
Crawdaddy – Nine Pound Hammer - The Mud, The Blood and the Beers

From A to Please - Crappy Dracula - Almost
The More Things Change - Celibate Rifles – Roman Beach Party
Older Than You - Golden Boys – Casual Victim Pile: Austin 2010
Collin Attends a Party - Goodnight Loving – S/T
Hey Rosine - Tim Easton – Special 20

Mad is the Man – Goodnight Loving – S/T
Kutschy Rye – Chip Robinson – Mylow
Some Place Along the River – The Over Mountainmen - Glorious Day
Katherine Belle – American Aquarium – Dances for the Lonely

Sheet Metal Moon – Ike Reilly – Hardluck Stories
I’d Rather Go Blind – Paul Kelly – Words & Music
When it Comes to You – David Halley – Stray Dog Talk
21st Century Boy - Greg Trooper – The Williamsburg Affair

Morning Star – The Trash Can Sinatras – In the Music
Penny & Jack – The Essex Green – Cannibal Sea
My Little Corner of the World – Yo La Tengo – I Can Hear the World Beating As One
Your Love is the Place I Come From – Teenage Fanclub – Four-Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty-Six Seconds
Cleveland – The Blow Pops – American Beauties
Lonely Girl – The Exotics – The Lost Album

Taxing – Seaweed – Weak
Times Up – The Buzzcocks – Spiral Scratch
Sewer Pipe Dream – The Close Lobsters – Foxheads Stalk This Land
If They Hang You – The Mekons – Honky Tonkin’

Tayter Country – The Cavedogs – Joyrides for Shut-Ins
Not Involved – The Figgs – Couldn’t Get High
Sour Mash – The Gentlemen – Ladies and Gentlemen
Two of a Kind – Jake Brennan & the Confidence Men – Love & Bombs
Diablito –Sarah Borges & The Broken Singles – Diamonds in the Dark
Crying on Avenue Q – Dennis Brennan - Engagement

Drinking Socially – Kursaal Flyers – Goodbye Nashville, Hello Camden Town: The Pub Rock Anthology
Gibson Martin Fender – The Pirates – Goodbye Nashville, Hello Camden Town: The Pub Rock Anthology
Runnin Down to Memphis – Eggs over Easy – Goodbye Nashville, Hello Camden Town: The Pub Rock Anthology
Do the Monkey Man – Eddie & the Hot Rods – Goodbye Nashville, Hello Camden Town: The Pub Rock Anthology

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Playlist for 1-20-10: See You Later, Bobby Charles







A tribute to Bobby Charles, who passed away Jan. 14 at age 71, started the show. Lots of bumbling this week (sorry), new music from T-Model Ford, and fun WMSE library finds in Charlie Feathers, Marcel Monroe and Clockhammer.

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Take it Easy Greasy - Bobby Charles
But I Do - Clarence "Frogman" Henry
Before I Grow Too Old - Tommy McLain
I Spent All My Money on Loving You - Beausoleil
I'm that Way - Beth McKee
Street People - Bobby Charles
See You Later, Alligator - Bobby Charles

Girl Behind the Bar - Rip-Off Artists
Twangin' Ten - The Exotics

You & Me - The Archers of Loaf
Two States (live) - Pavement
Alright - Spike Priggen
Fight for Love - Visqueen
Hillbilly Junk - Paul Westerberg

Teedy - Vulture Whale
Rollin' Stoner - Cartridge Family
I Don't Care - Greg Cartwright

7" Six-Pack
Birthday Boy - The Geraldine Fibbers (Sympathy for the Record Industy)
A Purpose in My Life - Alternative TV (Feel Good All Over)
Brides of Jesus - The Golden Palominos (Celluloid)
Sun Goes Black - Clockhammer (First Warning)
Your Shirt - J. Church (Honey Bear)
Fun - The Krinkles (Super 800)

Tell All the Fools - Dennis Diken
Beauty and Sadness (live) - The Smithereens
Thunderbird - Nigel Dixon
Silver Wings - Marshall Crenshaw
I'm Your Puppet - Joe Pernice
Book of Time - Kenny Roby
The Summer of the Son of Sam - Jeffrey Dean Foster
Time is Nigh - Doug Gillard
Chasing Heather Crazy - Guided By Voices

Mars Bar - Undertones
Little Hitler - Nick Lowe
Plug it Up - Smudge
Marcel - Marcel Monroe
All Smiles and Mariachi - Lampchop
Sister Hell - Thinking Fellers Union Local 282

Life'll Kill Ya - Warren Zevon
Begin Again - Peter Holsapple & Chris Stamey
Front Door - Fairlane
Two Daughters & A Beatiful Wife - Drive By Truckers
Sidewinder - Ass Ponys

Nakema - Bassholes
Groovy Gravy - Walter Daniels & Chili Cold Blood w/Ted Roddy
On the Wire - Elizabeth Cook
My Babe - T-Model Ford
He'll Have to Go - Charlie Feathers

Friday, January 15, 2010

Playlist for 1/13/10: Paging Dr. Scholl








This week’s opening theme is dedicated to the Standing Babas of Mumbai, who I learned about through the fabulous HoundBlog. I’m all for spiritual enlightenment, but it makes my feet hurt just to think about these hardcore fellas. New music this week from Bettie Serveert, Freedy Johnston, the Scruffs and Ray Wylie Hubbard. I also debuted yet another new segment, the Hour Hunch, simply an all-vinyl 60 minutes with a name taken from Hasil Adkins’ caveman classic. To lead the Hunch off, I played a few songs from Norton’s two brain-numbingly bad-ass Kim Fowley comps, One Man’s Garbage: and Another Man’s Gold: Lost Treasures from the Vaults 1959-1969 Vol. 1 and 2. The new segment left me winded and tongue-tied, so next time I might actually play a few songs that hit the three-minute mark. Maybe not.

In other news, Zero Hour will be moving to a new time slot. Starting Feb. 12, the show will be aired Fridays from noon to 3 p.m. between the Chicken Shack with Jonny Z and Sonia’s Blues Drive. Buzz’s Garage will head to Monday nights from 6 to 9. I’m very excited and hope you will tune in. Not sure yet who will be taking my current time slot, but I will be sure to let you know when I find out. Insomniacs, drunks, third-shift workers and others who are saddened by Zero Hour’s move can still download the show and listen in the wee hours if that will help.

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I Stand Tall (demo) – The Dictators
Stand By Me – Roky Erickson
Standing in My Doorway Crying – Jesse Mae Hemphill
Stand – Fred Eaglesmith

Love Lee - Bettie Serveert
iPod Girl – The Scruffs
It’s Gonna Come Back to You – Freedy Johnston

Ballad of Jack & Haley – Ike Reilly
A Prayer Please – Chip Robinson
Drunken Poet’s Dream – Ray Wylie Hubbard

Monkey – Kurt Vile
To Turn a Tune or Two – The Strange Boys
Hot Talk – Chuck Prophet

Hour Hunch
Charge – The Renegades
Memories of a High School Bride – The Players
Underground Lady – Kim Fowley
Surf Pigs – Kim Fowley & Mars Bonfire
Long Haired, Unsquare Dude Called Jack – The Hollywood Argyles

The Hunch – Hasil Adkins
Jolly Green Giant – The Kingsmen
Voodoo – Unknown
Jeepster – DM Bob & the Deficits

Mess Around – The Raunch Hands
Lean Hornet – Rudy Wesley & the Palace Aids
Shout Bamalama – The Pinetoppers (featuring Otis Redding)
Alley Rat – King Coleman
Thunderbird - Hal Paige
You Gotta Be Loose – Wailin’ Bill Deal
Chicken Thighs – Andre Williams

Haulin’ Dynamite – The Land Rovers
I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry – Link Wray
Slip, Slip, Slippin’ In – Lou Millet
Number Nine Train – Tarheel Slim
Rock Everybody Rock – McKinley Mitchell
Fender Bender – Original Starfires
End Hunchin’

Casey Jones (On the Road Again) – James Luther Dickinson
In My Heart – Heavy Trash
Greenback Blues – ’68 Comeback
Rattlesnake – Steve Cropper
Bloody Sam – Go To Blazes
God Don’t Ever Change – Cary Hudson

Sauced Again – The Candy Snatchers
Rip it Up – The Adolescents
Trying to Get Next to You – The Forty-Fives
Volume – The Little Killers
Shake a Puddin’ – Dub Narcotic Sound System

Tossin’ & Turnin’ (bonus track – Rhino reissue of Pleased to Meet Me) -The Replacements
Buck Hill – The Replacements
Sixteen Blue – The Replacements

Friday, January 8, 2010

Playlist for 1/6/10: Tearing Down the Walls of Jericho







I tried a trivia question in relation to my opening theme this week: It Happened One Night, the classic movie the Mrs. and I watched New Year’s Eve. The prize? Two free tickets to the Residents on Feb. 16 at Turner Hall. The response? A very quiet phone. Not sure if I’ll try that again. New music this week from Grant Hart, Visqueen and Mama Rosin, a tribute to the recently departed Willie Mitchell and an extended set inspired by Joe Bonomo’s killer (heh, heh) new book Jerry Lee Lewis: Lost and Found.

Download or stream the show right here.

Why Does it Hurt So Bad - Geater Davis - Down & Out: the Sad Soul of the Black South
I Wonder What Happened – Lost Crusaders w/ Jon Spencer – Have You Heard About the World
One Bad Stud – The Honey Bears - The Doo Wop Box Vol. III
All Night Boppin’ – The Real Kids – Grown Up Wrong

Get Out While You Can – Outrageous Cherry – Universal Malcontents
Unpronounceable Name – Chain and the Gang – Down with Liberty … Up With Chains
You're the Reflection of the Moon on the Water – Grant Hart – Hot Wax
Martin Luther King Day – Times New Viking – Born Again Revisited

Janitor’s Waltz – Visqueen – Message to Garcia
Look at it This Way – The Tripwires - House to House
I Wanna Be Your Gun – Mayflies USA - The Pity List
You Can Call Me – The Mockers – The Lonesome Death of Electric Campfire

Willie Mitchell (R.I.P.) tribute
Soul Serenade - Willie Mitchell – Hi Times: The Hi Records R&B Years
For the Good Times - Al Green – From Where I Stand: The Black Experience in Country Music
Is It Over – Otis Clay – Best of Otis Clay: The Hi Records Years
Back for a Taste of Your Love – Syl Johnson – Hi Times: The Hi Records R&B Years
Shame on Me - Solomon Burke – Home in Your Heart: The Best of Solomon Burke

7” Six-Pack - Estrus Gearbox
Warm Piston - Mono Men
SS396 - The Untamed Youth
Cheater, Cheater – The Vacant Lot
Road Runnah –Gas Huffer
Burrito Grand Prix – Huevos Rancheros
Boss Hoss – The Nomads

Cool Cool Ways – Jerry Lee Lewis – Sun Recordings, Vol. 3
Shake Some Action (live) – Charlie Pickett – Bar Band Americanus
Road Runner - Bo Diddley – Bo Diddley’s Beach Party
Lookin’ at You – MC5 – Babes in Arms
Ramblin’ Rose – Jerry Lee Lewis – The Complete Sun Singles, Vol. 2
Money – Jerry Lee Lewis – Live at the Star Club Hamburg
Tobacco Road – The Nashville Teens – 60’s Rock Bands
That Lucky Old Sun – Jerry Lee Lewis – Sun Recordings, Vol. 1

Come Back to Shelby – Two Cow Garage - Three
New York – Clock Hands Strangle – Distaccati

Le Two Step Motorcycle – Mama Rosin – Black Robert
I Want You – Cobra Verde – Copycat Killers – Scat
She’s Like Heroin to Me – The Gun Club – Fire of Love
Milkcow Blues Boogie – Elvis Presley – Boppin Hillbilly To Red Hot Rockabily
Tip on In, Part 2 – Slim Harpo – Hip Shakin’
Go To It – Ike Turner – Classic Early Sides
You Are My Sunshine – Earl Gaines – Dirty Laundry (R.I.P.)
She’s a Heartbreaker – Gene Pitney – Blame it On the Dogg
Knowing I’m Pleasing Me and You – Swamp Dogg – The Excellent Sides of Swamp Dogg, Vol. 2.
Please Step Back – Swamp Dogg – single

Asleep on the Snow – Comet Gain – Broken Record Players
In Your Head - Kendra Smith – Five Ways of Disappearing
Uncertainty Principle – Chris Knox – Yes!!
Buñuel – Califone - All My Friends Are Funeral Singers
The Party’s Over – Phosphorescent – To Willie

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