Sunday, July 6, 2008

North Fork Sound Top 20 – July 6th ‘08

1. Randy Newman: A Few Words
2. John Coltrane: Central Park West
3. Little Richard: Rip It Up
4. Aswad: Ways Of The Lord
5. Mott The Hoople: Hymn For The Dudes
6. Gene Casey & The Lone Sharks: It Should Rain
7. Brian Auger, Julie Driscoll & The Trinity: This Wheel’s On Fire
8. Gil Evans Orchestra: Sister Sadie
9. Lorraine Ellison: I’ll Be Home
10. Elvis Presley: T-R-O-U-B-L-E
11. Nick Lowe: Lately I’ve Let Things Slide
12. Joey Ramone: Wonderful World
13. Little Feat: Hamburger Midnight
14. Jon Cleary: More Hipper
15. The Ronettes: Be My Baby
16. Ray Davies: Imaginary Man
17. John Lydon: Sun
18. Keith Gemmell: Whoo-Hoo
19. Suicide: Johnny
20. Toots & The Maytals: I Gotta Woman

Featured Album:

'The Specialty Story', featuring tracks by Little Richard, Jimmy Liggins, Larry Williams, Lloyd Price, Percy Mayfield, Roy Montrell, Sam Cooke, Tony Allen & The Champs and more

The 7” B-side:
Wreckless Eric: I Wish It Would Rain

Last Week’s Listener Thumbs Ups:

Johnny Otis Show: High Heeled Sneakers
Gene Casey & The Lone Sharks: Who’s Sharing The Moon
Wreckless Eric: A Pop Song
Amy Allison: Turn Out The Lights
Booker T & The MGs (w/Neil Young): (Sittin’ On) The Dock Of The Bay
Audience: House On The Hill
Gladys Knight & The Pips: Alaskan Pipeline
Ike & Tina Turner: Nutbush City Limits
Mary Gauthier: Last Of The Hobo Kings
Pink Fairies: Waiting For The Man
The Star Spangles: Gangland
Wayne County And The Backstreet Boys: Max’s Kansas City
Wreckless Eric: A Pop Song
Pretty Things: Vivian Prince


Rich said...

i'm really enjoying the banksy link. i want want want!

ht said...

you can walk around London and just see his stuff all over the place. Most of it is fantastic. Some locals councils paint over his stuff, others leave it as art.