Sunday, May 03, 2009
PODCAST 9: TERRELL'S SOUND WORLD FAVORITES Vol. 3
Podcast #9, Terrell's Sound World Favorites Vol. 3, is up, and it's a doozy -- the finest in freeform weirdo podcasting. King Khan! The Dirtbombs with Troy Gregory! The Standells! Nekromantix! The Big Ugly Guys! And the ever-sexy Singing Sadie!!! Plus some rocking tunes from New Mexico past -- The Fe-Fi-Four Plus Two --- and present -- The mighty Goshen.
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Here's the play list:
(Background Music: Let It Out (Let it All Hang Out) by The Hombres
Hit the Road Jack by Cat
Born in a Haunted Barn by Troy Greggory with The Dirtbombs
Why Pick on Me by The Standells
Hate You Baby by Marshmallow Overcoat
Double Crossin' Girl by Fe-Fi-Four Plus Two
Monster Surfing Time by The Deadly Ones
La La La by ZzZ
Put Down the Carving Knife by Singing Sadie
(Background Music: El Mosquito by Eddie Dimas)
Theme From a Summer Place by Ross Johnson
Wreckin' Ball by The Frantic Flattops
Bloody Holiday by Nekromantix
Mummy Shakes by The Molting Vultures
Lipstick by The Big Ugly Guys
She Got a Nose Job (from Mad Magazine)
(Background Music: Mi Amigo El Borracho by Miguel y Miguel)
Belladona by Goshen
Owe Money by Scat Rag Boosters
Kickboxer Girl by The Black Smokers
Pachuca Hop by Mad Mel Sebastian
Mumbles by Jack Ross
Let Me Holler by King Khan & The Shrines
CLOSING THEME: Over the Rainbow by Jerry Lee Lewis
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