Monday, October 31, 2016
This is a long time "halloween" type 45 want. Many moons ago i found a 10' copy on eBay and showed a buddy of mine who also collects halloween type records. Little did i know that he thought i was showing him so he could bid on it. But i was just showing him because i was psyched to find a copy. Well what happened was he outbid me on the damn thing..... So when this one came up recently i went whole hog and finally own a copy. There, now you know why i own this and paid way to much for it..... Enjoy.
Salty Holmes - The Ghost Song
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
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Tuesday, October 11, 2016
Friday, October 7, 2016
DA (sometimes printed as "DA!") was an early entry into Chicago's punk scene. The mostly female group differed from their contemporaries, sporting a moody art-punk sound instead of the more formulaic hardcore style that other Chicago bands were converging on at the time. The band issued one 7" single, one 12" EP and appeared on the "Busted At OZ" compilation. They split in 1982.
DA – Dark Rooms
Label: Autumn Records (2) – AU-1, Autumn Records (2) – 103023X
Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single
Style: Post-Punk, New Wave, Goth Rock, Deathrock
Da - Dark Rooms
Da - White Castles
Thursday, October 6, 2016
I was lucky enough to get to see Wanda Jackson years ago. Somehow that night my wife wound up doing shots with Bruce Springsteen. Wanda was great. When I first started really collecting records one of the first 45's i picked up at my old flea market spot was a copy of "Funnel Of Love", which i still love today. So i still pick up most stuff i see by her even though most of it comes no where near the greatness of that 45. This is a nice little cut from 1960 but the killer here is the fuzzed out tremolo guitar solo. Pretty wild and psychedelic for 1960. Actually the fuzzy guitar is present throughout the whole song but is knocked back by Wanda's loud in the mix vocals and orchestration, but right at the 1:11 mark the fuzz lets loose for a few seconds. Wish it was a bit more wild and a bit longer. Still pretty cool.
Wanda Jackson - I Don't Wanna Go
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
Nice little rockabilly number from 1958 by Gordon Terry. American bluegrass and country music singer, guitarist and fiddle player. Born October 7th 1931 in Decatur, Alabama. Died April 9th 2006 in Spring Hill, Tennessee.
Gordon Terry - It Ain't Right