Sunday, December 2, 2012

North Fork Sound Top 20 - December 2nd 2012

 David Bowie & Lou Reed

1. David Bowie & Lou Reed: Dirty Blvd. (live)
2. JD McPherson: Twinkle (Little Christmas Lights)
3. Etta James: I Got The Will
4. Alex McMurray: Me And My Bad Luck
5. Patti Smith & Fred Smith: It Takes Time
6. Southern Culture On The Skids: For Lovers Only
7. Phyllis Dillon: Don't Stay Away
8. The Records: Held Up High
9. The Louvin Brothers: Pitfall
10. Martin Belmont w/Hank Wangford: Waltzing With Sin
11. Will Stratton: Helmet Pine Singer
12. Johnny Otis: Head Hunter
13. Bonnie Raitt: What Is Success?
14. Jackie Hairston: Monkey On My Back
15. Bob Dylan: Meet Me In The Morning (alt take)
16. The Sisters Of Mercy: Marian (version)
17. Truitt Forse: Chicken Bop
18. Roky Erickson & the Aliens: Creature With The Atom Brain
19. Cleve Warnock: My Baby Is Gone
20. Los Chicos: Motel Ford

 North Fork Sound Alb O' The Week
Wanda Jackson: Capitol Rarities 10"

Last Week's Listener 'Thumbs-Ups'
Alex McMurray: Beneath The Rain
The Band: Move To Japan
Bern Elliott & The Fenman
Bern Elliott & The Fenman: Money
Buddy Miller & Jim Lauderdale: The Wobble
Cheryl Lynn: Got To Be Real
Captain Beefheart & Frank Zappa: Orange Claw Hammer (live on KWST)
Eddie Cochran: Am I Blue
Genevieve Waite: Femme Fatale
The Godfathers: Just Like You
 Horace Andy
Horace Andy: Can't Fool The Youths
Joe Brown: Where Were You Last Night
The Leroi Brothers: Pretty Little Lights Of Town 
Lianne La Havas
photo: W Magazine
Lianne La Havas: Age (radio mix)  
Lou Pallo: Nature Boy (feat. Steve Miller)
Lou Reed: Xmas In February
The Marauders: That's What I Want
Marco Benevento: Eagle Rock 
Mayer Hawthorne: You Got The Makings Of A Lover (Pillow Talk edit)
 Nikki Lane
photo: Chad Davis
Nikki Lane: Walk Of Shame
Peter C Johnson: I Can't Paint For You
The Pretenders: Talk Of The Town
Ray Wylie Hubbard: Coochy Coochy
Rod Stewart: You Wear It Well
Them: I Gave My Love A Diamond
Trevor Burton
Trevor Burton (Balls): Fight For My Country
Urna Chahar-Tugchi: Secret


Anonymous said...

Howard, does such a thing as an original Trevor Burton of the song Edmunds and the Groovies both did - 'down down down' - even exist??
david laing

ht said...

wow, David - I just saw this. I'm so sorry to have not replied sooner. Re your question, I don't think so, although Trevor seems to enjoy the word 'down' in his repertoire as he played on the Steve Gibbons Band's tune called "Down In The Bunker" not to mention, "I Went Up, I Went Down" which appeared on the Pink Fairies' alb, What A Bunch Of Sweeties! I can't find any mention of Down Down Down outside of those artists you cited. ht