Sunday, January 3, 2010

North Fork Sound Top 20 - January 3rd '10

Dave Edmunds
Chris Walter

1. Dave Edmunds: Let It Rock
2. The Doughboys: Carmalina
3. Amazing Rhythm Aces: Third Rate Romance
4. Little Bob Story: Cry Baby
5. Steve Reich & Musicians: Music For Mallet Instruments, Voices & Organ
6. Robert Palmer: Johnny & Mary
7. Maxine & Jahnet: One Light, Four Wheels
8. Lee 'Scratch' Perry: Rolling Thunder
9. Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band: Suction Prints
10. Wreckless Eric & Amy Rigby: Teflon Wok
11. Spooky Tooth: Sunshine Help Me
12. 10,000 Maniacs: Death Of Manolete
13. Double Cross: Comin' Down
14. Steely Dan: Josie
15. Funkadelic: (Not Just) Knee Deep Pt.1
16. Dire Straits: Sultans Of Swing (demo)
17. T-Model Ford: I'm Insane
18. Mari Atsumi: Suki Yo Ai Shite
19. Peter Case: Six Nights A Week
20. Sonny West: Oh Boy!

North Fork Sound Alb O' The Week:
V/A: Honky Tonk - Charlie Gillett's Radio Picks

North Fork Sound Legend Of The Month:
Nick Lowe

Last Fortnight's Listener 'Thumbs-Ups':
Marianne Nowottny
photo: ht
Marianne Nowottny: Whipped Cream
The Sweet: Fox On The Run
Mark Knopfler: Cleaning My Gun
Bell XI: Amelia
Jack Scott: The Way I Walk
The Cellar Family: Dr. McCoy
Bob Dylan & The Grateful Dead: Slow Train
John Cooper Clarke: Postwar Glamour Girls
Eli 'Paperboy' Reed & The True Loves: The Satisfier
Johnny Thunders & The Heartbreakers: Born To Lose
Etta James: Tough Lover
Wreckless Eric & Amy Rigby: Bobblehead Doll
Chuck Berry: Childhood Sweetheart (alternate)
Nick Lowe: What's Shakin' On The Hill
Kirsty MacColl: A New England
Steve Conte & The Crazy Truth: The Goods Are Odd
Alice Cooper: Under My Wheels
Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears: Gunpowder
The Woodentops: Maybe It Won't Last
Terry Edwards: Creosote
The Sex Patels: Watching The Detectives
Ronnie Hawkins & The Hawks: Who Do You Love
Mudcrutch: Wild Eyes
Joe Brown: Ain't Too Old
The Passengers: Two Lovers
Them: One Two Brown Eyes
Lee 'Scratch' Perry: Big Neck Police
? & The Mysterians: 96 Tears

? & The Prissteerians
Lori Yorkman, Rudi Martinez, Tina Canellas, Leslie Day
Coney Island High, NYC
photo: ht

1 comment:

Mr Twang said...

Dave Edmunds plays Chuck Berry better than anyone (yes, tempting to say "and that includes Chuck himself" but that is simply not true.) When pressed, Chuck still kicks guitar genius ass (showing up well-intentioned Keith Richards during "Little Queenie" rehearsals in "Hail Hail Rock & Roll" comes to mind). Of course that was 24 yrs ago, sheeet.