Sunday, August 31, 2008

North Fork Sound Top 20 – August 31st ‘08

1. Miles Davis: Water Babies
2. Muddy Waters: Bottom Of The Sea
3. Brian Eno: You Don’t Miss Your Water

4. Johnny Rivers: Sea Cruise

5. Sons Of The Pioneers: Cool Water

6. Big Al Anderson & The Balls: Something In The Water
7. The Screaming Blue Messiahs: Sweet Water Pools

8. Kirtsy MacColl: He’s On The Beach

9. Jimmy Reed: Blue Blue Water

10. Alan Vega: Cry A Sea Of Tears

11. Bobby Darin: Beyond The Sea

12. Kevin Ayers: Walk On Water

13. Fotheringay: The Sea
14. Robyn Hitchcock: Parachutes & Jellyfish

15. The Jimi Hendrix Experience: Castles Made Of Sand

16. Ramsey Lewis Trio: Wade In The Water

17. The Waterboys: This Is The Sea

18. Owen Gray: On The Beach

19. Terry Dactyl & The Dinosaurs: Seaside Shuffle

20. Jim Kremens: Deep Blue Sea

Featured Album:

‘Wreckless Eric & Amy Rigby’ (Stiff Records)

The 7” B-side:

The Star Spangles: The Sins Of A Family Fall On The Daughter

Last Week’s Listener Favourites:
Faster Pussycat: Bathroom Wall

Sahara Hotnights: Rockaway Beach

Roky Erickson & The Aliens: Creature With The Atom Brain

Carlene Carter: Every Little Thing

Jimi Hendrix Experience: Third Stone From The Sun

T-Bone Burnette: Kill Switch

Alex Chilton: Bangkok

Julee Cruise: Rockin’ Back Inside My Heart

Angel Corpus Christi: Big Black Cloud

Tragic Mulatto: Whole Lotta Love

Paul Thorn: High

The Mekons: Point Of No Return

Ian Hunter: A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
The Du-Tels: Obama

Howlin' Wilf & The Vee-Jays: Hello Stranger
Pete Townshend: Rough Boys
The Motors: Airport

Loudon Wainwright III: Say That You Love Me
Mara Carlyle: But Now I Do…

Laurel Aitken: Hey Bartender

The Kinks: Victoria

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Rich said...

s'nice that ramsey lewis made it on the list. that was such a great record, one of those that really captured the times. an instrumental could never b a hit 2day.

ht said...

well, I have 3 versions of WITW coming this week, ALL fabulous! Harvey Mandel and The Graham Bond Organization are the others. Then there's always Wade INTO the Water by Alabama 3...

lamf said...

Love the theme HT, how about Pipeline or Wipeout by Johnny Thunders?
I am the sea by the Who?
His last summer by The Barracudas?
Submission by the pistols (caught them last night at the hammersmith Apollo - seems to be an expanding waistline competitition and Jones is winning!OK thats my lot and i wont mention the football if you don't!

ht said...

great to hear from you, T. I'm still unpacking my cds and haven't got the JT yet, but I'll publish the full playlist at the end of the week. Hopefully, you'll approve of most of the other stuff. The Pistols are STILL at it? Blimey...any new songs? - ht

(fake) Son House said...

This here is a nice site. Mississippi John and this strange man named Unclesamurai are fans of your site. Keep up the good work young man


ht said...

thank you. I used to hear Son House on John Peel's radio show in the UK. He played him quite frequently. In fact, now I think about it, I got much more into the blues since hearing those tracks on Peel back in the late 60s. ht

lamf said...

H - Naw,no new songs from the pistols (or us for that matter)but they did do hawkwind's silver machine.
I forgot to add the song "Beach Boy" from my first combo Bad Karma Beckons. Unfortunately not on cd (we are working on a retrospective one day tho)so no means of getting it to you. Great first line tho "surfing time is here again the surf boards' mightier than the pen.........tpx

ht said...

it's about time there was some 'new' stuff outa The Phobics. Any sign? I can only play the Down And Out In Deptford ep so many times before the listeners revolt in drove!
When the BKB's ready, pls send.