Sunday, August 23, 2009

North Fork Sound Top 20 Aug 23rd 09

Lyric work-sheet
(© Richard Butler, 1979)

1. The Psychedelic Furs: Blacks/Radio
2. Little Feat: Hamburger Midnight
3. Hidden City: Raw Weather
4. Reverend Horton Heat: Crazy Ex-Boyfriend
5. Passion Pit: Let Your Love Grow Tall
6. Guy Clark: Jack Of All Trades
7. George Gilmore & The Giblets: Cuttin’ Out (Goin’ Back Up The Line)
8. Jook: Do What You Can
9. Eddie Cochran: Stockin’s ‘n’ Shoes
10.Bees Make Honey: Booterstown
11.Dave Alvin & The Guilty Men: Mobile Blue
12.Eddy Lawrence: Say It In Southern
13.Bob Marley & The Wailers: Punky Reggae Party (12” version)
14.John Adams: Hoodoo Zephyr (Hoodoo Zephyr)
15.Egg: Long Piece #3 (Pt. 4)
16.O.V. Wright: Ace Of Spades
17.Etta James & Sugar Pie DeSanto: In The Basement Pt. 1
The Turning
19.Genya Ravan w/Lou Reed: Ave. Co’lorado
20.Janet & The Jays: Love What You’re Doing To Me

NoFoSo Alb o’ The Week:
Glenn Tilbrook & The Fluffers: Pandemonium Ensues (Koch)
The Guilty Pleasure:
Genevieve Waite: White Cadillac (Paramour Records)
Last Week’s Listener Thumbs-Ups:
Marvin Gaye: I’ll Be Doggone
John Cale: Dirty Ass Rock ‘n’ Roll
Jimmy Cliff: You Can Get It If You Really Want It
Adam Faith: What Do You Want
Tanya Tucker: Crazy Arms
Helen Love: Beat Him Up
Neil Young & Crazy Horse: Days That Used To Be
Ian Dury And The Blockheads: Jack Shit George
VAST: Pretty When You Cry
Suicide: Frankie Teardrop
Shakin’ Stevens & The Sunsets: Spirit Of Woodstock
Ryan Shaw: I Do The Jerk
The Rolling Stones: Wild Horses
The Only Ones: Another Girl, Another Planet
Nick Lowe: (What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love & Understanding?
Dr. Feelgood: All Through The City
Joe South: Games People Play
Jet Harris & Tony Meehan: Diamonds
Billy Lee Riley: Red Hot
John Martyn: Big Muff
Ian Hunter: Words (Big Mouth)
John Prine: Ain’t Hurtin’ Nobody
The Jim Jones Revue: Fish 2 Fry
The Buzzcocks: What Do I Get
MC5: High School
Shakin’ Stevens & The Sunsets: Spirit Of Woodstock
The Pulsars: Tunnel Song
Robin Tyner w/Eddie & The Hot Rods: Till The Night Is Gone (Let’s Rock)
John Hiatt: Perfectly Good Guitar
Kasabian: Vlad The impaler
MX-80 Sound: PCBs
Van Der Graaf Generator: Darkness (11-11)
The Mothers Of Invention: Mother People
Mothers Of Invention beer!

Fans of Little Feat should know that founding drummer Richie Hayward has some serious health issues and is in dire need of a little financial help. Go here - - and donate whatever you can. Just do it. The drumming on 'Hamburger Midnight' alone is worth the effort. Then ask yourself why do most people in the civilized world get 'free' health care while Americans don't?

Today, let's celebrate Keith Moon's birthday, b. August 23rd 1946
photo: Bob Gruen

backstage, CA, 1976
(found at The Dust Congress blog)

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