Sunday, September 21, 2008

North Fork Sound Top 20 – September 21st ‘08

1. Motörhead: Overkill
2. Alvin Robinson: Let The Good Times Roll
3. Pink Floyd: Astronomy Domine
4. The Flamin’ Groovies: Shake Some Action
5. Gang Of Four: At Home He’s A Tourist
6. Carl Perkins: Honey Don’t
7. Suicide: Ghost Rider
8. Peter C Johnson: 9:00
9. Roxy Music: Pyjamarama
10. James Brown: Please, Please, Please
11. Doug Sahm: Texas Tornado
12. J. Geils Band: Back To Get Ya
13. Katrina Leskanich: Hitsville U.K.
14. Ronnie Lane: How Come
15. Eric Dolphy: Something Sweet, Something Tender
16. Nico: Genghis Khan
17. Drive-By Truckers: Perfect Timing
18. The Action: I’ll Keep On Holding On
19. The Soul Rebels: Do It For The Rebel
20. Evil Beaver: Cherry Master

Featured Album:
The Jim Jones Revue (Punk Rock Blues Records)

The 7” B-side:
Ronnie Spector: Hell Of A Nerve

Last Week’s Listener Favourites:

Yvonne Fair: It Should Have Been Me
Dion: Runaway
The Stooges: 1969
Suzan Cadogan: Hurts So Good
Ian McLagan & The Bump Band: Hope Street
Culture: Love Shine Brighter
X: Los Angeles
The Stranglers: Golden Brown
Yellowman: Operation Radication
Omar Kent Dykes & Jimmie Vaughan: You Made Me Laugh
The Soft Machine: Why Are We Sleeping
Jerry Byrne: Lights Out
The Godfathers: Birth, School, Work, Death
The Jim Jones Revue: Princess And The Frog
The Ramones: Loudmouth
The Lone Sharks: Please Don’t Dance
X-Tal: An Old Colonial’s Hard Luck Story
Amy Rigby: The Leader
Manfred Mann: 5-4-3-2-1
Doug Powell: A Prayer For Ray Davies
Paul Thorn: Things Left Undone
Howlin’ Wolf: Color And Kind
Sinead O’Connor & The Edge: Heroine
Pink Fairies: The Snake
Them: I’m Gonna Dress In Black
Harvey Mandel: Christo Redentor

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