Monday, August 31, 2020

Good Healthy Rocking on the latest Big Enchilada

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On this latest breathtaking episode of The Big Enchilada, I take a mask from the ancient gallery and I WALK ON DOWN THE HALL ...

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Here's the playlist:

(Background Music: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly by Wall of Voodoo)
Mask Search by The Fall
The World is Falling by The Woggles
Jump Into the Fire by Ty Segall
Good Day to Die by He Who Cannot Be Named
Garbage Man by Bobby Rush

(Background Music: Lurking in the Shadows by Los Straitjackets)
Masked Marvel by Stack O' Lees
Bird Doggin' by The A-Bones
Bald Head, Hairy Guitar by Hipbone Slim & The Knee Tremblers
Cesspool by The Electric Mess
The Politicians by 50 Watt Whale
Mask by Iggy Pop

(Background Music: Perry Mason Theme by Bloodless Pharaohs)
What's Behind the Mask by The Cramps
Little Sister by The Wailers
Don't You Just Know It by The Sonics
Roaches by Masked Man & The Agents
La Changuita by Eddie Dimas
Sunshine Death Mask by The Barbarellatones 
(Background Music: Paranoia by The Malarians)



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Sunday, August 30, 2020

TERRELL'S SOUND WORLD PLAYLIST





Sunday, August 30, 2020
KSFR, Santa Fe, NM
Webcasting!
9 p.m. to midnight Sundays Mountain Time
Host: Steve Terrell 101.1 FM
Email me during the show! terrell(at)ksfr.org

Here's my playlist :

OPENING THEME: Let It Out (Let it All Hang Out) by The Hombres
Shakin’ All Over by Iggy Pop
I Must Be Dreaming’ by The A-Bones
When You Stop Loving Me by Thee Headcoats
Female by Pea & The Peas 
Sixteen Tons by ’68 Comeback
Here Comes the Terror by King Automatic
Green Door by Frontier Dan & The Hickoids
Gino is a Coward by Gino Washington
Zydeco Gumby Ya Ya by Brave Combo
(Background Music: La Changuita by Eddie Dimas)

The Politicians by 50 Watt Whale
Prostitution by Tiger Sex
Baby, Don’t Tear My Clothes by The Raunch Hands
Action Breeze by The Tough Shits
Seersucker Suit by J.J. & The Real Jerks
Who Shot the Druggies by Lynx Lynx
I’m a Man by The Baker Street Irregulars
I Deserve a Drink by The Beaumonts
(Background Music: Blue Pepper by Hungry March Band)

Captain Kelly’s Kitchen by Dropkick Murphys
Prim and Proper by The Barbarellatones
Capone’s Finest by Compulsive Gamblers
Nervous Breakdown by Destination Lonely
Skinny Minnie by The Mummies
Seeing Hands by Dengue Fever
My Friend Goo by Sonic Youth
Sweet Young Thing by The Chocolate Watchband
Douchebags on Parade by Mudhoney
(Background Music: Back at the Chicken Shack by Reuben Wilson)

Swamp Thing by Giant Sand
Weird at My School by The Pixies
Just Like Geronimo by Marlee MacLeod
Battle of Love by Mose MacCormack
Baron Samedi by The Dead Brothers
Home to Me by Eilen Jewell
Nightgown of the Sullen Moon by They Might Be Giants
The Collector by The Everly Brothers
Last Kiss by Wayne Cochran
CLOSING THEME: Over the Rainbow by Jerry Lee Lewis

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Wednesday, August 26, 2020

WACKY WEDNESDAY: It's Pee-wee's Birthday Eve!


Sixty-eight years ago tomorrow, Paul Reubens, best known as his famous/infamous character Pee-wee Herman, was born.

Back in the mid-to-late '80s you could find me and my daughter, then barely out of toddlerhood,  glued to the tube every Saturday morning watching Pee-wee's Playhouse. At first I tried to say this was for my daughter's benefit. 

But before long I realized that I was far more hooked than she ever was.

Yes, I realize that today Pee-wee is "problematic" (God, I hate that word!) and that by celebrating him here I'm opening myself up for some weapons-grade finger-wagging from social media scolds. 

The cold, hard facts: Police in Florida arrested Reubens for jerking off in a porno theater in 1991 -- which is why Playhouse was cancelled. And about a decade later, he was arrested after police in Los Angeles, investigating actor Jeffrey Jones in a child pornography, raided Reuben's home in 2001 and confiscated photos from his collection of vintage "erotica and kitsch art." He was charged with misdemeanor of possessing child pornography, but later the charge was reduced. A judge sentenced him to three years probation.

But today on this blog let's have a musical celebration of the Pee-wee we knew all those decades ago.

First here's the song I usually heard about halfway through my first cup of coffee nearly every Saturday for a few years in the '80s. 

The music is by Devo's Mark Mothersbaugh and the vocals by Cyndi Lauper.


Here is Pee-wee's famous interpretive dance to The Champs' "Tequila" in the 1985 classic film Pee-wee's Big Adventure.


A couple of years later Pee-wee sang this Trashmen hit in the comedy Back to the Beach starring Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon.


Finally, here's an early hip-hop tribute by Joeski Love. And take note, the most noticeable dancer here, the guy in orange, is none other than Ice T!


Happy birthday, Pee-wee!






Sunday, August 23, 2020

TERRELL'S SOUND WORLD PLAYLIST





Sunday, August 23, 2020
KSFR, Santa Fe, NM
Webcasting!
10 p.m. to midnight Sundays Mountain Time
Host: Steve Terrell 101.1 FM
Email me during the show! terrell(at)ksfr.org

Here's my playlist :

OPENING THEME: Let It Out (Let it All Hang Out) by The Hombres 
Fireballs by Oh! Gunquit
When I Was Young by The Ramones
Wet Bar by Ross Johnson
Pocket Calculator by Kiliminjaro Yak Attack
Invisible Friend by The Crypts
Bald Head, Hairy Guitar by Hipbone Slim & The Knee-Tremblers
Be Bop a Lula by Die Zorros
These Boots are Made for Walkin’ by Lee Hazelwood
Gumby Heart Song by Frank Sinatra, Jr
(Background Music: Rawhide by Cornell Hurd)

Wrecked by Sleeve Cannon
Cold Lightning by REQ’D
Open My Eyes by The Nazz
Baby Don’t Do It by The Wailers
Blow My Mind by Hollywood Sinners
Macumba for You by O Lendário Chucrobillyman
Black Light by Dan Melchior’s Broke Review
Cesspool by The Electric Mess
(Background Music: The Lewinski Stomp by Harmonica Lewinski)

Jump Into the Fire by Ty Segall
Flea-Bitten Annie by The A-Bones
Bald Headed Woman by Lightnin’ Hopkins
Sixteen Saltines by Jack White
Pinch Myself by Lucy & The Rats
Hippie from Mississippi by Chesney Carroll
Jimmy Joe, The Hippie Billy Boy by Ed Sanders 
(Background Music: Perry Mason Theme by Bloodless Pharoahs)

The Beyond by Marshmallow Overcoat
Nobody by The Mekons
Drink Down the Moon by Steeleye Span
The Cuckoo by Otis Taylor 
Ultimate by Gogol Bordello
The Store That Cannot Be Named by Deadbolt
The Fall of Troy by Tom Waits
Dimming of the Day by Tom Jones

CLOSING THEME: Over the Rainbow by Jerry Lee Lewis

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Wednesday, August 19, 2020

TERRELL'S SOUND WORLD PLAYLIST

Due to some technical screw-ups beyond my control, the first hour of Sound World ran an hour ahead of schedule, messing up the last hour of Music y Palabras (sorry Chris Abeyta!) and the second hour played when my first hour should have. The last half of an older show played during what should have been the final hour. 

Confused? Me too! But don't worry about it. I've posted the entire show on Mixcloud in two exciting segments. You can play it below from this post, right under the list. Play it in whatever order you chose.




Sunday, August 16, 2020
KSFR, Santa Fe, NM
Webcasting!
10 p.m. to midnight Sundays Mountain Time
Host: Steve Terrell 101.1 FM
Email me during the show! terrell(at)ksfr.org

Here's my playlist :

OPENING THEME: Let It Out (Let it All Hang Out) by The Hombres
Coconut by Ty Segall
Your Love by Reigning Sound
I’m on the Dish But I Ain’t No Rag by The Toy Trucks
Fifteen by Big Daddy Meatstraw
Rattlesnake Highway by John Fogerty
We’ve Got It Going’ On by Jason & The Scorchers
Pinon Lurker by The Glue Brothers

Garbage Man by Bobby Rush
Garbage Man by William Shatner
Wet Nightmare by The Cramps
Can O’ Worms by Churchwood
I Will Be There by Dum Dum Girls
Lost in a Whirlpool by Frank Zappa & Captain Beefheart
Hail Hail, Spit ’n’ Drool by The Hives
Hitchhiker by Vowel Movement
Lili Marlene by Marlene Dietrich 

Bald Head by Professor Longhair
Crazy Baldheads by Bob Marley
The Last Day of Our Acquantance by Sinead O’Connor
Mother’s Worry by Divine Horsemen
Family Pain by Swamp Dogg
What Happened to Delila by The Mekons
Welcome to Cyco World by Cyco Sanchez Supergroup
Amphetamine Annie by Canned Heat   
Sound of Music by The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band

Fake Dance by Chuck E. Weiss
What a Dream It’s Been by Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys
Wee Baby Blues by Dave & Phil Alvin
Baby Can I Crawl Back to You by Blaze Foley & The Beaver Valley Boys
Let’s Invite Them Over by John Prine & Iris DeMent
Lost Weekend by Wall of Voodoo
The Kiss by Judee Sill
CLOSING THEME: Over the Rainbow by Jerry Lee Lewis


Listen to the whole show below, via Mixcloud.

Here's the first half:


Here's the second half:



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WACKY WEDNESDAY: Happy Birthday, Johnny Pissoff!


Earlier this week, (Monday Aug. 17), American poet, publisher, true-crime author (The Family: The Story of Charles Manson's Dune Buggy Attack Battalion) and founding Fug Ed Sanders turned 80 years old.

Happy birthday, Ed!

For this Wacky Wednesday celebration I'm going to look (mostly) at Sanders' brief but hilarious solo music career from his post-Fugs years/

Let's start with the tragic story of a hippybilly boy, which might have been the first solo Sanders song I ever heard. It's from his first album, Sanders' Truckstop, and features musical hotshots David Bromberg, Bill Keith (from Jim Kweskin's Jug Band) and guitarist Patrick Sky as members of Sanders' backup band.

What's not to love about a yodeling robot who loves Dolly Parton?

Many fans of Alvin, Simon and Theodore never realized that the Chipmunks had a spiritual side. Sanders knew!

But I believe that Sanders' greatest musical character was a guy who was kickin' hippies' asses and raising Hell long before Jerry Jeff Walker's "Redneck Mother," and was reekin' atcha even before Frank Zappa's "Lonesome Cowboy Burt." I speak, of course of the legendary Johnny Pissoff, that rootin' tootin', gun totin', homophobic, racist, sexist Johnny Pissoff!

We first encounter Johnny when Sanders still was with The Fugs in a song called "Johnny Pissoff Meets the Red Angel" from their 1968 album, It Crawled into My Hand, Honest.

And just a year later, on Sanders' Truckstop, Pissoff rode again, in a song called -- for reasons I'm not sure of -- "The Iliad." It might make you hungry for lemon PIE.

So whatever became of Johnny? I heard a rumor that he's currently a deputy undersecretary of Donald Trump's Agriculture Departent.

Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Chicken Shack Playlist




Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2020
KSFR, Santa Fe, NM
Webcasting!
1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays Mountain Time
Substitute Host: Steve Terrell 101.1 FM
Email me during the show! terrel(at)ksfr.org

Here's my playlist :

Ham & Eggs by Skip Manning
Look a There by Mojo Watson
I Don't Want No Bald Headed Woman Telling Me What To Do by Nathaniel Mayer
Rattlesnake, Baby, Rattlesnake by Joe Johnson
Novade Nada by Chuck E. Weiss
Smokey Places by Diplomats of Solid Sound
Down in Mississippi by Bobby Rush

All She Wants to Do Is Rock by Wynonie Harris
The Monkey by Emanual Laskey
Done Done the Slop by Ervin Rucker
Where is the Love by Eldridge Holmes
Memories by Swamp Dogg with John Prine

Howl by JC Brooks & The Uptown Sound
Mama Was Right by Howard Tate
Come Go My Bail, Louise by The Five Keys
Six-Fingered Man by Elvis Costello & Allen Toussaint

The Pygmy Grind Part 1 by Sonny Dublin
Sweet Hunk O’ Trash by Dr. John with Shemekia Copeland
Pocket Change by St. Paul & The Broken Bones
Midnight Rider by Charlie Whitehead
I Need a Woman (‘cause I’m a Man) by The Mighty Hannibal

Skip a Rope by Joe Tex
Love Bones by Johnnie Taylor
Cougar on the Prowl by Jesi Taylor
Jon E. Edwards is in Love by Jon E. Edward

Sweet Soul Music by Jerry Lawson
Crazy About You Baby by Rufus Thomas
Swing Swing Swing by Keely Smith
Do You Call That a Buddy by Martin, Bogan & The Armstrongs
Ruby by Ray Charles

Thursday, August 13, 2020

THROWBACK THURSDAY: The Cuckoo is a Pretty Bird


Can't wait until July 4

One of the strangest old folk songs I've ever heard deals with a bird that wobbles (or maybe warbles)  as it flies but rarely makes a noise until Independence Day. The song also warns gamblers of an evil card in the deck, the sinister Jack of Diamonds. And the narrator is building a cabin on a mountain, "So I can see Willie as he goes on by."

Who the heck is Willie?

I'm talking of course of "The Cuckoo," an old folk song that goes back at least to the late 1700s or early 1800s, when it first started appearing in British broadsides.

British folk song collector -- and singer -- A.L. Loyd explained some of the folklore surrounding "The Cuckoo": 

Spring cannot start till the cuckoo sings. Perhaps that is why the cuckoo is a magical a bird. Turn your money when you hear him first and you'll have money in your pocket until he comes again. Whatever you're doing when you hear him, you'll do most often throughout the year. Especially if you're in bed. No bird is more oracular. It can prophesy how long a man will live and a girl remain a maid. There is no better omen for love than the song of the cuckoo, the beloved bird of folklore. On the other hand, he is the sly creature who gave us the word ‘cuckold’. The flattering invocation to the cuckoo in this widespread song is perhaps in the nature of a magical safeguard for the worried lover.

But most versions of "The Cuckoo" I'm familiar with, even the older ones, seem thoroughly Americanized. In older British versions, the narrator sang of building a castle. In American versions, the castle becomes a log cabin. And in the American versions, why does the bird hardly ever cuckoo until the fourth day of July?

In writing about the song in his book Invisible Empire, Greil Marcus quoted Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, who in 1872 said, "We Americans are all cuckoos. We make our homes in the nests of other birds.”  

In the book, Marcus goes on to say that 

The cuckoo -- the true parasitic cuckoo, which despite Holmes' choice of it for  national bird is not found in the United States -- lays its eggs in the nests of other birds.  It is a kind of scavenger in reverse: violating the natural order of things, it is by its own nature an outsider, a creature who cannot belong. Depositing its orphans, leaving its progeny to be raised by others, to grow up as imposters in another’s house, as America filled itself up with slaves, indentured servants, convicts, hustlers, adventurers, the ambitious and the greedy, the fleeing and the hated, who took or were given new, imposters’ names -- the cuckoo becomes the other and sees all other creatures as other. ... As a creature alienated from its own nature, the cuckoo serves as the specter of the alienation of each from all.

Here are just a handful of my favorite takes on "The Cuckoo" by folk, country, blues and rock 'n' roll artists.

The first known recording of the song was by a singer named Kelly Harrell, who gave us "The Cuckoo, She's a Fine Bird" in 1926.

Three years later, Clarence Ashley recorded it as "The Cuckoo Bird." Harry Smith included it in his 1952 Anthology of American Folk Music in 1952, which introduced ithe kooky cuckoo to a new generation of American musicians. The below video is Ashley in his older years.


Texas songster Townes Van Zandt sang of a dark and spooky cuckoo. In other words, he makes it sound like a Townes Van Zandt song.


Taj Mahal added a little funk to the cuckoo's nest.

The Tarbox Ramblers did a cool folk-rock version at the turn of this century

Otis Taylor, also in 2000, released a version of "Cuckoo" on his album When Negroes Walked the Earth.  Some labeled Taylor's music as "trance blues." Call it what you want, I just call it intense.

Johnny Dowd always sticks to the strictest traditional renditions when he covers a folk song. Oh, did I say "always"? I meant "never."

But for me, the ultimate "Cuckoo" was done by Big Brother & The Holding Company, who had this chick singer named Janis Joplin. Janis and band titled it "Coo Coo." It appeared on their first album in a version that was less than two minutes. I like when they stretch out though. Here's a live video from 1968.



Hat tip to my pal and fellow KSFR jock Tom Adler, who recently sent me a link to the above Clarence Ashley video, reminding me what a wonderful song "The Cuckoo" is.


For more deep dives into songs, check out The Stephen W. Terrell Web Log Songbook

Sunday, August 09, 2020

TERRELL'S SOUND WORLD PLAYLIST





Sunday, August 9, 2020
KSFR, Santa Fe, NM
Webcasting!
10 p.m. to midnight Sundays Mountain Time
Host: Steve Terrell 101.1 FM
Email me during the show! terrell(at)ksfr.org

Here's my playlist :

OPENING THEME: Let It Out (Let it All Hang Out) by The Hombres
Cuckoo by The Monks
Straight Shooter by The Reigning Sound
I Wanna Be Sedated by The Ramones
You Make Me Die by Mudhoney
Water & Wine by X
Tell Me What You’re Thinking by Tex Offenders
I’m Tired by Billy Watkins
Kinder Murder by Elvis Costello
Ride 2U by REQ’D
Hey Now Baby by Alex Maryol

God is a Bullet by Concrete Blonde
It’s a Long Way to the Top by Dead Moon
Head Held High by Frontier Dan & The Hickoids
She Starts My Motor by The Sinister Six
Run Girl Run by The Movin’ Morfomen
Jack Pepsi by TAD
Hold Me Now by Elastica
Love Taco by Piñata Protest
Smokey Joe’s Cafe by The Robins

Memo from Turner by Mick Jagger
Bad Moon Rising by Gregg Turner
I Heard Her Call My Name by The Velvet Underground 
Other Man by Coachwhips
Widow’s Delight by Dennis Most & The Instigators
Put Me Down by Jerry Lee Lewis
This Is Not Light by Movie Star Junkies
Flame Thrower by Reach Around Rodeo Clowns
Death Cult Soup ’n’ Salad by The Almighty Defenders
Weirdo Wiggle by Mr. Gasser & The Weirdos

Missile Monkey by Ric Masten
Lover’s Hell by Merle Kilgore
Chucky Cheese H*ll by Tim Wilson
Primrose Lane by Chuck E. Weiss
Shrimp and Gumbo by Dave Bartholomew
Hard Times by Bobby Rush
Pretty Polly by Otis Taylor
Patriot’s Heart by American Music Club
CLOSING THEME: Over the Rainbow by Jerry Lee Lewis

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Wednesday, August 05, 2020

WACKY WEDNESDAY: Happy Birthday Tim Wilson



Today, August 5, would have been 59th birthday of stand-up comedian and singer of funny country songs, Tim Wilson.

Happy birthday, Tim!

Wilson who died in 2014, was born in Columbus, Georgia. His early dreams involved a musical career. As he told Country Standard Time in 2000:

I moved to Atlanta in 1983 to be a songwriter, but there wasn't anybody knockin' my door down to put 'em on records. Probably cuz I was writing syrupy girl songs that nobody wanted to hear. And one night I was taking this girl that I worked with home, and I passed this comedy club, and I thought 'What the hell's that?' I saw they had an open mic night on Tuesday, and I started going there, performing there and never came back.

I put the guitar up till about '89, when I started writing comedy songs with Pinkard and Bowden. We did about seven or eight of 'em together. Then, I started accumulating so many of 'em, my wife told me I ought to put it in my act. I never wanted to put a guitar in my act cuz I didn't wanna be a 'guitar act.' But people liked it. Now when I do an hour gig, it's about 40 minutes of stand up and the rest music.

A weird career side note: In 2009, Wilson and Roger Keiss coauthored a true crime book about serial killer Ted Bundy, Happy New Year - ted: A Revolutionary Crime Theory Theodore Bundy and the Columbus Stocking Stranglings.

My introduction to Wilson came in the form of his 1999 major-label debut It's a Sorry World, which featured this classic "Chucky Cheese H*ll."


Here's an early Wilson tune,"Acid Country," for those who appreciate mushrooms, cornbread and Alice Cooper on a dobro


Talk about weird fantasies, here's "I Married a Woman That Talks Like Jerry Reed."


With his redneck persona, Wilson sometimes was accused of being "racist, sexist, xenophobic and reactionary." And indeed, some of his material probably wouldn't even be released today. But on his 2000 album Hillbilly Homeboy, Wilson reacted to the infamous racist, homophobic, and xenophobic rantings of Atlanta Braves pitcher John Rocker  in a Sports Illustrated interview the year before. "John Rocker, your proctologist called, they just found your head ..."


On Feb. 26, 2014, Tim Wilson died. I'm assuming he ascended that "Stairwell to Heaven" and didn't end up in "Chucky Cheese H*ll."



Sunday, August 02, 2020

TERRELL'S SOUND WORLD PLAYLIST





Sunday, Aug. 2, 2020
KSFR, Santa Fe, NM
Webcasting!
9 p.m. to midnight Sundays Mountain Time
Host: Steve Terrell 101.1 FM
Email me during the show! terrell(at)ksfr.org

Here's my playlist :

OPENING THEME: Let It Out (Let it All Hang Out) by The Hombres
Glorious Heroin by Frontier Dan & The Hickoids
Train #1 by Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
Hurry Down Doomsday (The Bugs Are Taking Over) by Elvis Costello
Slipping’ Sideways by Drywall
Rotting by The Mal Thursday Quartet
Summertime Blues by Horror Deluxe
Summer Time by Hang on the Box

Walking Away by Double Date with Death
Summer Boyfriend by The Manxx
Tripped Out by Pierced Arrows 
27 Devils by REQ’D
Cougar Town by Tex Offenders
Better Call Saul by Junior Brown
Trouble Me by Diplomats of Solid Sound
Going Back to Miami by Jack Mack & The Heart Attack
Deep Bosom Woman by Wayne

Hypno Sex Ray by The Cramps
Drug Train by The Monsters
Hellbound Train by Big Foot Chester
Wildcat Tamer by John Schooley
Tracking the Dog by Meet Your Death
Drive-In by The A-Bones
Unaccompanied by Sleeve Cannon
Creeps Me Out by The Barbarellatones 
American Trash by Betty Dylan

One Hundred Million People Dead by Butthole Surfers
Buttholeville by Drive-By Truckers
96 Tears by Aretha Franklin
Psychotic Reaction by Brenton Wood 
Something I Learned Today by Husker Du
Volare by Alex Chilton
What I Believe at Night by The Mekons
Birdman Kicked My Ass by Wesley Willis

Lift Every Voice and Sing by Kim Weston
Lonesome Cowboy Burt by Frank Zappa with Jimmy Carl Black
Black Horse Blues by Holly Golightly & The Brokeoffs
Bottle of Wine by The Fireballs
Hang on to Your Ego by Frank Black
Laughing Out Loud by The Dictators
Cheat by The Clash
Mean Little Woman by Little Freddie King
Rose of Jericho by Kipp Bentley

Get Lost, You Wolf! by Hylo Brown & The Timberliners
Two Shores by Little Sparta with Sally Timms
Stuck in Brunswick by Nick Vulture
Sink and Burn by Brook Blanche
It’s Not My Time to Go by Dan Hicks & The Hot Licks
Love and Mercy by Brian Wilson
CLOSING THEME: Over the Rainbow by Jerry Lee Lewis

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Celebrate Batman Day with Sun Ra

This coming Saturday is one of America's greatest obscure holidays: Batman Day !  And what better way to celebrate the life and...