Sunday, November 1, 2009

North Fork Sound Top 20 November 1st ‘09

Happy Birthday, Larry Flynt!
(b. Nov 1st 1942)
photo: Eric Danville

1. Darlene Love: Lord, If You're A Woman
2. The Blind Boys Of Alabama & Lou Reed: Jesus
3. Hamell On Trial: Open Up The Gates
4. Scott McClatchy: A Dark Rage
5. Dexter Romweber Duo feat: Jack White: The Wind Did Move
6. Ryan Shaw: Get Previous
7. NY Loose: Bitch
8. The Skiffle Minstrels: Settin' The Woods On Fire
9. Michael Martin Murphey: Fiddlin' Man
10. Little Esther: Aged And Mellow
11. The Takeaways: Food
12. The Klaxons: Sweetheart
13. Gregory Isaacs: Mr. Cop
14. Billy Bragg: The Boy Done Good
15. Can: Gomorrha
16. Byron Lee & Ska Kings: Watermelon Man Ska
17. Th' Faith Healers: Hippy Hole
18. Captain Beefheart And The Magic Band: Floppy Boot Stomp
Dean & Britta: Friday I'm In Love
20. Ike & Tina Turner: It's Gonna Work out Fine

NoFoSo Alb O' The Week:
Gene Casey & The Lone Sharks: Rhythm 'n' Twang
Gene Casey, Joe Lauro, Chris Ripley
The Old Mill, Mattituck, NY - Oct 30th '09
photo: ht

NoFoSo Legend Of The Week:
Delbert McClinton

Delbert McClinton, ht
Nashville, TN
photo: Beth Gwinn

Last Week's Listener Thumbs-Ups:
The Dirty Strangers: Talk To Me
The Prissteens: I Don't Cry
Guy Clark: Jack Of All Trades
Jacqueline Taieb: 7 Heures Du Matin
The Stanley Brothers: The Drunkard's Hell
Kris Kristofferson: Sister Sinéad
Stereolab: Golden Ball
Man: Out Of Your Head
The Vaughan Brothers: White Boots
Sleeper: Delicious
The Raveonettes: Wine
Ken Boothe: Train Is Coming
The Standells: Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White
The Little Willies: Lou Reed
Eddy Clearwater: Rock-A-Bye Blues
Madness: The Liberty Of Norton Folgate
The Screaming Blue Messiahs: Twin Cadillac Valentine
Louis Armstrong: Blueberry Hill
Martin Rev: Salve
The Sugarcubes: Planet
Symarip: Skinhead Moonstomp
The Dead Weather: Hang You From The Heavens
Glenn Tilbrook & The Fluffers: Still
Southern Culture On The Skids: Whole Lotta Things
Harvey Mandel: Lights Out
La Düsseldorf:
Detroit: Rock & Roll
Richard Lloyd: Backtrack
Lee Rocker: Sold Us Down The River
Laurie Anderson: O Superman
Green Day: Horseshoes And Handgrenades
Lonnie Mack: Why
Public Image Ltd: Public Image

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Howard, from that angle there's a remarkable resemblance between you and Larry Flynt.