Sunday, November 30, 2008

North Fork Sound Top 20 November 30th ‘08

1. Big Hard Excellent Fish: Imperfect List
2. Brother Tyrone: New Roll And Tumble
3. Dean & Britta: Friday I’m In Love
4. Robyn Hitchcock & The Venus 3: I’m Falling
5. John Lydon: Stump
6. Parlor James: Snow Dove
7. Addie Brik: Ghostbusters
8. O’Jays: Back Stabbers
9. Ingrid Chavez: Elephant Box
10. Guy Evans (Maniac & Brainiac): Track 1
11. Moe Tucker: Crackin Up
12. Hamell On Trial: Sean Penn
13. Man (w/Dave Edmunds & Stan Pfeiffer): On The Road/Shuffle
14. Stereolab: John Cage Bubblegum
15. Cedric Burnside & Lightnin’ Malcolm: Tryin’ Not To Pull My Gun
16. Genya Ravan: Flying
17. Elvis Costello: Beyond Belief
18. Blur (w/Francoise Hardy): To The End
19. Jerry Lee Lewis: Crown Victoria Custom '51
20. The Ethiopians: Everything Crash

Album Of The Week:

Bobby Charles: Homemade Songs (Rice 'n' Gravy Records)

The 7” B-side:
Rockpile: Boys Talk

NEW FEATURE - The Guilty Pleasure:

KC & The Sunshine Band: That’s The Way (I Like it)

Last Week’s Listener Favourites:

Morcheeba (feat: Kurt Wagner) What New York Couples Fight About
Mark Eitzel: Move On Up
Denim: Middle Of The Road
Mary Gauthier: Thanksgiving
Delroy Wilson: Better Must Come
The Sisters Of Mercy: First And Last And Always
Robyn Hitchcock & The Venus 3: Up To Our Nex
Neil Young & Crazy Horse: Days That Used To Be
The Jim Jones Revue: The Princess And The Frog
Ane Brun: Gillian
Ed Sanders: Then Came The Storm – A Prayer For The Victims Of Katrina
Ennio Morricone: Two Mules For Sister Sara, Main Title (reprise)
Ian McLagan & The Bump Band: Little Black Number
Bob Dylan: You Belong To Me (Natural Born Killers version)
Chip Taylor: The Real Thing
Ray Charles & Johnny Cash: Crazy Old Soldier
The Wailers: Playboy
James Hunter: Carina
John Lennon: You Can’t Catch Me
The Clash: I Fought The law
Dwight Twilley Band: I’m On Fire
Jah Lion: Columbia Colly
Frick (the cat) w/Mark Dagley: El Gato

Saturday, November 29, 2008


Andrew Ridgeley, ht, Mark Dean (Innervision), Al Teller (Columbia), George Michael
CBS Records Convention (UK) 1983
photo: Terry Lott

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Robyn Hitchcock

Robyn Hitchcock
Broadway @ 76th St, Nov 23rd '08
photo: ht
Last Saturday, Robyn Hitchcock performed (1984's) 'I Often Dream Of Trains' album at Symphony Space, along with a couple of tunes from his stunning new album 'Goodnight Oslo' (YepRoc Records, Feb/09). (Tune in to the station and hear the occasional NoFoSo exclusive between now and then). Robyn was brilliantly backed up by "Detective Inspector" Terry Edwards, "Captain" Tim Keegan and (occasionally) fellow cast-mates from Jonathan Demme's 'Rachel Getting Married', Iraqi trumpeter, Amir El Saffar and Syrian vocalist, Gaida Hinnawi. The show was filmed by John Edginton for the Sundance channel/dvd and 2009 will see Robyn on the road starting in the UK (Feb 5th - 19th), with trips to Australia and the US - in April - with the Venus 3 (Peter Buck, Bill Reiflin and Scott McCaughey). There's festivals lined up and talk of another US tour later in the year so one thing you can rely on, there'll be quite a few opportunities to see one of England's deepest and thoroughly see-worthy songwriters.
Last time he was in town, Robyn played
the Manhattan Center with Nick Lowe and Elvis Costello and, after a quick change of shirt, zoomed downtown to the Knitting Factory where the music, poetry and art of Captain Beefheart was being honored by folks like Fast 'n' Bulbous, Alan Vega, Danny Fields and Kurt Loder. Robyn and Beefheart guitar-God/Monster Gary Lucas wrapped up the event performing 'Sure 'Nuff 'N' Yes I Do', 'China Pig' and 'Click Clack'.

Gary Lucas & Robyn Hitchcock
'Click Clack'

Knitting Factory, NYC April 9th 2008

Monday, November 24, 2008

The Cure

Many of the films released in the UK were ‘cut’ by the British Board of Film Censors (now the British Board of Film Classification), but until I spent afternoons slumming on 42nd Street - usually with Eric Maché - watching Dyanne Thorne in all her magnificent wonderment in ‘Wanda, the Wicked Warden’ -
Richard Butler, ht, Dyanne Thorne, John Lydon, Joey Ramone
Halloween, NYC
Gene Shaw

- or the latest Italian imports – 'banned in 37 countries' - I had no idea what I’d been missing. Often, the films we did get would have whole scenes hacked out of them but, more to the point, there was a whole mess of films that simply never made it to England. Eric had a friend called Rick Sullivan who published the splatter-film equivalent of punk-rock’s ‘Sniffing Glue’. Called the ‘Gore Gazette, an 8-page xeroxed fanzine would arrive (sporadically) in the mail, alerting subscribers to all the latest films stuffed with NO redeeming qualities, whatsoever. Rick’s writing style was shockingly sociopathic but hysterically funny and when he started a regular Wednesday night film series at The Dive on 29th Street (6 blocks from where I lived), around 50 or so sickos would gather to marvel, laugh and barrack lost classics like ‘Last House On The Left’ or drive-in doozies like ‘2,000 Maniacs’ by splatter pioneer, Herschell Gordon Lewis. I met Dyanne Thorne there when she did a Q&A after a screening of ‘Ilsa, Harem Keeper Of The Oil Sheiks’ and she was a doll…sweet, smart, fun and very easy on the eyes. (These days, if Little Richard’s busy and you need someone to turn you and your partner’s, uh, partnership ‘official’, the right Reverend Dr. Dyanne Maurer will do it for ya, in Vegas, where she lives).
Anyway, in 1985, Fiction Records' boss and producer/manager of The Cure, Chris Parry, called to suggest I got to know Robert Smith a little better. After a string of commercially unsuccessful albums on Passport, A&M and Sire, The Cure had been picked up by Bob Krasnow not long after he took the reigns at Elektra Records. Bob’s son Mitchell had made the initial introduction but there wasn't much of a personal connection there and Chris thought Robert might relate with me. He told me Robert "has this weekend free and is looking for something to do. This might be a good opportunity to foster some record company/artist relations…and, by the way, Robert likes the kind of films that are banned in England"…could I sort something out?
I called Sullivan and he told me he was going away for the weekend but would leave it the capable hands of his g/f Alison and Dive-denizen Lesya K, luscious guitarist from NY psychedelic garage rockers, The Tryfles. I chose ‘The Gore Gore Girls’ and 'Ilsa, She Wolf Of The SS' as our entertainment and Rick arranged for us to take over an Upper East-side bar the following Saturday afternoon. The day arrives, the girls show up and get the the screen and projector ready. Robert, Lol Tolhurst (keys) and Simon Gallup (bass) stroll in and introductions are made. Beers were handed out and soon enough buckets of fake, crimson-saturated blood flowed on the screen. The guys kept themselves to themselves for most of the afternoon but they made all the appropriate exclamations as a stripper got her face deep-fried in a chip-pan and another’s bare butt got beaten to a bloody pulp with a meat tenderizer.
The Cure
Lol Tolhurst
, Alison, Simon Gallup, Lesya, Robert Smith
Upper East Side, NYC approx 1985
photo: ht
scanned from a 3-D lenticular print

Relations improved (their success helped a lot!) and they invited me to accompany some of the band and their friends to Disneyland after a show in LA once and later I asked Robert to write out the lyrics to one of his songs. He chose 'Let's Go To Bed'...
Another time, my secretary Valerie told me Ita from the Cure’s office had called and asked if I could have a couple of cases of Pabst Blue Ribbon flown over to the UK so Robert could celebrate a birthday, or something. I figured he must have recently watched ‘Blue Velvet’ and was happy to arrange it.
In 1989, Bob Krasnow told me we had to go to England to hear the new Cure album. By now the band were getting pretty big. They’d had a couple of decent sized hits - Close To Me, Just Like Heaven, Hot Hot Hot, Why Can’t I Be You? which, like 'Pretty Vacant', seemed (among other things) to be a great excuse to get the word 'cunt' blaring out of radios everywhere (see video) - and had built a large following, selling out venues like The Greek Theater in Berkeley, Irvine Meadows Amphitheater near LA, Pier 84 in NYC. They were now on the verge of breaking through at mainstream radio. Until then, they’d been heavily supported by college radio and a handful of modern-leaning rock stations, but top 40 and regular rock radio - as consulted by dopes like Lee Abrams - had more or less eluded them..."too weird, too freaky". So Bob and I fly to London and hook up with Mitchell, who was based in Elektra’s UK office. We go to Chris Parry's office on Ivor Place and listen to 'Disintegration'. I loved the record but there was no consensus as to what should be the first single. I asked Chris if they had anything else kicking about for b-sides or extra tracks, knowing that they often over-recorded and usually had spares. He said they had a tune they’d recorded for a movie called Lost Angels, but it was supposed to be exclusive for that soundtrack. I asked him if they’d just let us hear it. I got the impression they wanted to make a little extra money with it elsewhere and this was not on the agenda, but he played ‘Fascination Street’ anyway and as it finished I blurted, “that’s'll set up Lovesong perfectly!”. Chris looked at me like I was crazy and I’d just totally fucked up his plan. But Bob and Mitchell felt it too, and we went into a pitch that resulted in Chris calling Robert to ask him if he’d have a problem putting it on the album. Turns out he didn’t and we went heavy to rock radio with it. It became the group's first #1 in the US (Billboard, Modern Rock) and it got to #46 Billboard Hot 100 without any big push at top 40 radio. That was reserved for ‘Lovesong’ which reached #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #1 on Billboard's Modern Rock chart).
I still like The Cure. Robert has a great knack for moody yet extremely commercial songs and he's a very underrated guitar player and producer.
Robert Smith
on the way to Anaheim, CA July 1986
photo: ht

scanned from a 3-D lenticular print
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Sunday, November 23, 2008

North Fork Sound Top 20 November 23rd ‘08

1. James Brown: Funky President (People It’s Bad)
2. Marianne Nowottny: Popcorn’s First Christmas
3. Bill Doggett: Honky Tonk (Pts 1&2)
4. David Allan Coe: Linda Lovelace
5. Aswad: Back To Africa
6. The Velvet Underground: I’m Waiting For The Man
7. The Move: Night Of Fear (alt. version)
8. Mark Eitzel: Move On Up
9. Jocelyn Pook: Take Off Your Veil
10. Morcheeba (feat: Kurt Wagner): What New York Couples Fight About
11. Son House: Death Letter Blues
12. Pere Ubu: Final Solution
13. Mary Gauthier: Thanksgiving
14. Mark Knopfler: You Don’t Know You’re Born
15. Tower Of Power: Down In The Nightclub
16. The Paris Sisters: Dream Lover
17. Bobby Charles: Street People
18. A. More: Caught Being In Love
19. The Pointer Sisters: Yes We Can Can
20. Moodswings (feat: Chrissie Hynde): Spiritual High (State Of Independence)

Album Of The Week:
Ed Sanders: Poems For New Orleans (Paris Records)

The 7” B-side:

The Static: Don’t Let Me Stop You

Last Week’s Listener Favourites:
Victor DeLorenzo: Audrey
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds: Red Right Hand
The Cure: More Than This
The Rolling Stones: If You Can’t Rock Me
Tony Joe White: Boom Boom
The Mothers Of Invention: Hungry Freaks Daddy
Tom Rush: I’m In Love Again
XTC: Stupidly Happy
The Star Spangles: Tear It To Pieces Girl
U-Roy: Wake The Town
William DeVaughn: Be Thankful For What You Got
Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez: Killing Floor
The Hellacopters: Darling Darling
The Small Faces: Tin Soldier
Levon Helm: You Better Move On
Vince Gill: Jenny Dreamed Of Trains
Gene Casey & The Lone Sharks: Who’s Sharing The Moon
Spooner: Dancing Dolls
Tinga Stewart: Play De Music
Victor DeLorenzo: Audrey
The Ronettes: You, Baby
Legend: Nothing Wrong With me
Jeremy Gluck: No Sound
Helen Love: Boots On
New York Dolls: We’re All In Love
The Tubes: White Punks On Dope

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Teenage Fanclub

Teenage Fanclub
Norman Blake, Brendan O'Hare, Raymond McGinley, Gerard Love
W. 23rd St, NYC 1989

photo: ht
scanned from a 3-d lenticular print

On their first visit to NYC, standing in front of an Alan Vega light sculpture

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Genesis P-Orridge

Genesis P-Orridge and his jewelry
Rated X show, approx 1993, Neikrug Gallery, NYC
photo: ht
scanned from a 3-D lenticular print

Tuesday, November 18, 2008


Scatterbrain: Guy Brogna, Glen Cummings (top), Tommy Christ, Mike Boyko, Paul Neider
Normany Sound, Warren, RI - July 1991
photo: ht

Long Island's Scatterbrain were a terrific band Peter Lubin and I picked up for Elektra in 1990 with their 'Here Comes Trouble' album. They could play the ass off practically any band you could name. They also had a great sense of humour, so working/hanging with them was always a blast. Unfortunately, by the time they landed at Elektra, the label's image had become so PC and seriously uptight, few working there had time for a band with the musical chops of the Mothers Of Invention, the heaviness of Metallica, the funk of the Chili Peppers, the humour of the Bonzo Dog Band and the attitude of The Replacements. Somehow good ol' kick-ass rock 'n' roll had become much less desirable to the powers that be. 'Grandma's House Of Babes' didn't really stand a chance against songs about saving the planet or man's inhumanity to man. These photos were taken during the recording of their 2nd album, 'Scamboogery', which featured a vocal cameo from Smokin' Joe Frazier and horns from the extra-tight, and always reliable Urban Blight. More photos here (click on slideshow)
Tommy Christ, ht, Joe Frazier, Paul Neider
Scatterbrain recording session, NYC, June 1991
photo: Eric Kroll

Sunday, November 16, 2008

North Fork Sound Top 20 November 16th ‘08

1. Gavin Bryars, Tramp & Tom Waits: Jesus’ Blood Never Failed Me Yet
2. The Fugs: Kill For Peace
3. Ian McLagan & The Bump Band: When The Crying Is Over
4. Little Barrie: Free Salute
5. John Campbell: Written In Stone
6. Jimmie Vaughan: D.F.W.
7. Stevie Ray Vaughan: The House Is Rockin’
8. The Lone Sharks: Who’s Sharing The Moon
9. Nick Lowe: Lately I’ve Let Things Slide
10. Latimore: Let’s Straighten It Out
11. Nick Drake: Hazey Jane II
12. T. Rex: Metal Guru
13. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds: Red Right Hand
14. Joe Jackson: Nineteen Forever
15. The Cure: More Than This
16. Randall Bramblett: Used To Rule The World
17. Jeremy Gluck: No Sound
18. Sleeper: Delicious
19. Vince Gill: Jenny Dreamed Of Trains
20. Toots And The Maytals & Queen Ifrica: Reggae Reggae

Album Of The Week:
Various Artists (incl. Little Richard, John Hiatt, Levon Helm, Willie Nelson, Vince Gill & Patti Loveless): Imus Ranch Record (New West Records)

The 7” B-side:
The Residents: Loser Weed

Last Week’s Listener Favourites:
The Nips: Gabrielle
Richard Lloyd: Monkey
Rilo Kiley: It’s A Hit
Dion: Jailhouse Rock
Timmy Thomas: Why Can’t We Live Together (1990 remix)
Queen Ifrica: Below The Waist
Björk: Play Dead
Sean Tyla: Suicide Jockey
Rupert Holmes: Second Saxophone
Scott McClatchy: No Surrender
Chumbawamba: Bella Ciao
Chuck Berry: Memphis Tennessee
The Dollyrots: Because I’m Awesome
Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez: Dimples
Los Lobos: Everybody Loves A Train
The Jam: In The City
The Go-Gos: We Got The Beat
V.V. Brown: Crying Blood
Reverend Organ Drum: James Bond Theme
Rodney Crowell: Crazy Baby
Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band: Slush
Leonard Cohen: Boogie Street
Rodney Dangerfield: My Neighborhood
The Band: Atlantic City
Roky Erickson & The Aliens: Sputnik
Alton Ellis: Rocksteady
The Lone Sharks: It Should Rain
Rickie Lee Jones: Nobody Knows My Name
Reverend Organ Drum: James Bond Theme
Sparks: Looks, Looks, Looks
Little Barrie: Pay To Join

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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Ted Nugent

ht provides 'security' for Ted Nugent
Bandwagon Heavy Metal Soundhouse, London NW9
May 1979
photo: Terry Lott

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Stevie Ray & Jimmie Vaughan

Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jeff Beck, Tommy Shannon, Chris Layton & Jimmie Vaughan
CBS Records
convention, March 19th, '84
Honolulu, Hawaii
photo: ht

Monday, November 10, 2008

Chuck Berry

Chuck Berry
(w/Keith Richards, Neil Young, Will Lee, Phil Everly)

1st annual Rock 'n' Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony
Waldorf Hotel, NYC, January 23rd 1986
photo: ht

Sunday, November 9, 2008

North Fork Sound Top 20 November 9th ‘08

1. Sam Cooke: A Change Is Gonna Come
2. Peter C Johnson: Statue Of Liberty
3. Patti Smith: Pumping (My Heart)
4. Johnny Cash (w/Carl Perkins): Brown Eyed Handsome Man
5. Rod Stewart: It’s All Over Now
6. Delbert McClinton: Lay Down Sally
7. Boots Brown & His Blockbusters: Cerveza
8. Tom Waits: Hold On
9. Alton Ellis: Rocksteady
10. Ben E King: Supernatural Thing
11. John Adams: Kumudha's Final Transformation
12. The Rolling Stones: Let It Bleed
13. Shelby Lynne: If I Were Smart
14. The Godfathers: Just Like You
15. Freddie King: Hide Away
16. Andre Williams: Do You Remember
17. Ronnie Lane’s Slim Chance: Tell Everyone
18. David Bowie: Seven
19. The Band: Atlantic City
20. Republica: Bitch

Featured Album:
Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez: Re-Hive (Horizon Music Group)

The 7” B-side:
Mark Bingham (w/Johnny Adams & Aaron Neville): Oh Heavenly Salvation

Last Week’s Listener Favourites:
Booker T & The MGs: Fannie Mae
Dr. Feelgood: You Shouldn’t Call The Doctor
Bessie Banks: Go Now
Oasis: The Shock Of The Lightning
Parliament: Flash Light
I-Roy: Pauper And The King
Bob Marley: Soul Shake Down Party
The Dandy Warhols: Nothin’ To Do
Left Banke: Walk Away Renee
Van Morrison: St. James Infirmary
Lee Perry & The Upsetters: Croaking Lizard
Bob Dylan: Marchin’ To The City (version 2)
Nicky Thomas: Love Of The Common People
Lambchop: A Hold of You
The Yayhoos: Monkey With A Gun
Lou Reed: My Red Joystick
Dr. Buzzard’s Original Savannah Band: Cherchez La Femme/Se Si Bon
Booker T & The MG’s: Fannie Mae
The Specials: Ghost Town
Elvis Costello: Mr. Feathers
Buzzcocks: Orgasm Addict
The Wolf:Gang Diesel: Horsemeat Pie
Hamell On Trial: Don’t Kill
Muddy Waters: You Need Love
Bo Diddley (w/Keith Richards & The Shirelles): Bo Diddley Is Crazy
Joe Cuba: Bang Bang
Siouxsie & The Banshees: Hong Kong Garden
Jesse Winchester: Third Rate Romance
Ray Wylie Hubbard: Live And Die Rock ‘n Roll
Chuck Berry: Memphis Tennessee
Byron Lee & The Dragonaires: Soul Limbo
Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez: When The Summer Goes
Ike & Tina Turner: Poor Fool
The Cramps: New Kind Of Kick
Legend: Cheque Book

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

La Chasse

photo courtesy:
La Chasse was a ‘private’ drinking club on the first floor at 100 Wardour St. By the time I became a 'regular' (1972) it was practically on its last legs. It was owned by Jack Barrie, who also ran the Marquee Club, a few doors down the street. The seedy little one-room dive played host to (mainly) music biz luminaries ranging from Charisma Records’ chief and bon vivant, Tony Stratton-Smith to not quite so luminaries like Crackie and (one-eyed) Noj (Van Der Graaf Generator’s intrepid road-crew) with musos like Lee Jackson (formerly of the Nice, then of Jackson Heights), Lindisfarne, Phil Collins (most of the Charisma artists roster, in fact), folks like George Peckham, Bob Hill, John Anthony and other record producers, studio personnel, groupies and all kinds of ligger wrapped in between. In a recent article for the Mail Online, David Bowie said of his song The Bewlay Brothers, “I do believe that we finished the whole thing on that one night. It's likely that I ended up drinking at the Sombrero in Kensington High Street or possibly Wardour Street's crumbling La Chasse. Cool.”
Cited also as the birthplace of Yes (John Anderson met Chris Squire there), it was a short stroll from Trident Studios so, after work if I had any money in my pocket, I’d knock on the door, someone would unlock it and Roger would pour an over-priced Southern Comfort which I’d chase with a beer. I’d watch and listen, nursing those drinks for as long as possible. Talk would invariably be about new records, upcoming tours, untrustworthy managers, road stories, "got any skins?" etc. and later, the place would fill up after the Marquee had closed. When I say “fill up”, if the room had 30 people in it, it would be WAY over-crowded, as it was little more than an average sized living room, which is probably what it once was. And since everybody smoked back then, the atmosphere would be thick and cloying. I went there to feel ‘part of’ a scene (however low-rent), and was under the impression I'd been given a ‘membership’ because I worked at Trident, London's grooviest studio. It took me a while (in my naïveté) to realize Jack had certain designs...on me, so occasionally, I’d spend time trying to fend off his nefarious advances. One night, a nice-looking gal with an indecent figure dropped a fiver on the floor and, in picking it up, made it quite clear she wasn’t wearing any knickers. Even Roger saw it from his side of the bar and nodded to me as if to say, “you’re in there". Turns out he was right, and the resulting experience in a crowded bed-sit in Queensway was splendidly squalid. Alice Cooper’s ‘Under My Wheels’ was always getting played on the jukebox, along with other classic pop & soul hits of the day. I heard a rumor that Keith Moon fell out of the window onto Wardour Street, a floor below, but I don't know if it's true. Maybe it was the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band's 'Legs' Larry Smith. I’m pretty sure I read once that Moony and Viv Stanshall (also from Bonzos) had been drinking at La Chasse the night they roamed the West End, dressed like this:-
Keith Moon & Vivian Stanshall
photo: Barrie Wentzell


Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Phil Spector

Phil Spector, Seymour Stein
Allen Klein post Rock & Roll Hall of Fame party,
Waldorf Hotel, NYC
photo: ht

Monday, November 3, 2008

RIP - Jimmy Carl Black

Jimmy Carl Black
(The Indian Of The Group)

photo: Roddie Gilliard
original source:

Sunday, November 2, 2008

North Fork Sound Top 20 November 2nd ‘08

1. Suicide: Frankie Teardrop
2. Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez: When The Summer Goes
3. Laurel Aitken And Freetown: Rudy Girl
4. Dennis Linde: Hello I Am Your Heart
5. Dave Alvin: Wanda And Duane
6. Wanda Jackson: Trying To Get To You
7. Pascal: Cadillac
8. The Yayhoos: Monkey With A Gun
9. Denim: American Rock
10. LCD Soundsystem: Us v Them
11. Desmond Dekker: The Israelites
12. Delbert McClinton: Livin’ It Down
13. Wreckless Eric & Amy Rigby: A Taste Of The Keys
14. Dave Edmunds: I Knew The Bride (When She Used To Rock & Roll)
15. The Detroit Cobras: Stupidity
16. Bobby Newsome: Jody, Come Back And Get Your Shoes
17. Ike & Tina Turner: Poor Fool
18. The Lone Sharks: Gone Hollywood
19. Raging Slab: Don’t Dog Me
20. Jesse Winchester: Third Rate Romance

Featured Album:

Lambchop: OH (Ohio) (Merge Records)

The 7” B-side:
Bobby Rush: Hey Western Union Man

Last Week’s Listener Favourites:
Can: Fall Of Another Year
Wild Jimmy Spruill: Cut And Dried
Billy Bragg: I Keep Faith
Johnny Kidd & The Pirates: Please Don’t Touch
The Cramps: Domino
Ronnie Lane & Slim Chance: You Never Can Tell
Robert Parker: Barefootin’
Roxy Music: Manifesto
Maureen Tucker: Bo Diddley
Flowered Up: Weekender
Buddy Holly: Rock Me My Baby
Ian Gomm: Hooked On Love
Mudcrutch: Depot Street
Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers: Pablo Picasso
Dion: Sweet Little Rock And Roller
Roy Orbison: Mean Woman Blues
Johnny Cash: One Piece At A Time
The Damned: Smash It Up
Louise Hull: Where’d You Go
Arthur Alexander: Go Home Girl
Bobby ‘Blue’ Bland: Take Off Your Shoes
Gene Vincent: Blujean Bop
Lee Perry & The Upsetters: Croaking Lizard
JJ Cale & Eric Clapton: Ride The River
Drive-By Truckers: Perfect Timing
Jesse Malin: Questioningly
Dave Berry: Don’t Give Me No Lip Child
The Jim Jones Revue: Tx 512
Webster Hall, NYC
October 30th 2008

photos: ht

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Heather Locklear

Heather Locklear
Elektra Grammy Party, Los Angeles, CA
photo: ht
Heather had just started dating Motley Crüe's Tommy Lee.