Thursday, December 30, 2010

Aretha Franklin - Eleanor Rigby

Does anything really need to be said about the combination of the the queen of soul & the beatles? naw... This is just something i picked up recently and great funky soul version. dig it.

Tune removed...

Aretha Franklin - Eleanor Rigby

Monday, December 27, 2010

She Said Mix Dec 2010 - A Devils Music Guest Mix

A lovely little collection of vinyl strung together by my beautiful lady friend JJB. Yeah i dig chicks w/ mustaches, so what!!!

She Said Mix Dec 2010

by Jennifer Bungo on Sunday, December 19, 2010 at 10:48am

Afghan Wigs - My World is Empty without you Babe
Nirvana - She Said
Dandelion - Diggin' a Hole
Mudhoney - In & Out of Grace
L7 - Shove
Grunttruck - Above Me
Love Battery - Mr Soul
Skin Yard - Stranger

She Said Mix Dec 2010 - A Devils Music Guest Mix

Saturday, December 25, 2010

The Creatures - Wild Thing

Another great cover of Chip Taylor and the Troggs classic Wild Thing, done in a very haunting sparse way with killer tribal drums and a few new words by the beautiful Siouxsie Sioux and husband Budgie.

Shhhhh.... i bought this for the lady for X-Mas....

The Creatures - Wild Thing

Friday, December 24, 2010

The Devils Music - Devil Dick Pre X-Mas 2010 Mix Vol. 11

A pre x-mas gift for all you beautiful bastards.... Peppered w/ light psych, B grade boogie, slightly funky passages, 70's rock and guitar jams and closes w/ one of the greatest songs ever written IMHO, all on glorious original vinyl...

Merry Christmas you lot!

Sagittarius - Will You Ever See Me
Claudine Longet - Scarborough Fair/Canticle
Sweetwater - My Crystal Spider
Great Jones - United State of Mind
Jo'Burg Hawk - This Elephant Must Die
Strongbow - Wine Eyes
Fat - Over the Hill
Wild Turkey - Twelve Streets of Cobbled Black
Crazy Elephant - Higher and Higher
Zephyr - Night Fades Softly
Pig Iron - Neighbor Neighbor
The Sensational Alex Harvey Band - Hammer Song

The Devils Music - Devil Dick Pre X-Mas 2010 Mix Vol. 11

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Rod Bernard - Pardon Me Mr. Gordon

Last show of the tour tonight! Tonight is the big 15 year anniversary X-mas show @ O2 Islington Academy London, UK - for the mighty Orange Goblin! This should be a Banger for sure!!!

So here is a nice little rockin rocker rockabilly number from Rod Bernard! I may take a few days off when i get home to recuperate! So hang in there!


Rod Bernard - Pardon Me Mr. Gordon

Friday, December 17, 2010

Bobby Reddy - Big Mouth

Great & Wild Instrumental with Great Sax & Guitar!

Tonight were in Dec. 17 - Birmingham, UK @ The Asylum!

Next 2 days were are here!

Dec. 18 - Southampton, UK - Talking Heads
Dec. 19 - London, UK - O2 Islington Academy

Anyway enjoy the tunes!!!

Bobby Reddy - Big Mouth

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Headstone - High On

Hey everyone, i'm in the UK and playing tonight w/ my band Solace @ Sound Control in Manchester! On Tour with the Mighty Orange Goblin and Bill Steer's Firebird!!! (Tour dates below) Anyway, today you get a little rocker from 1974 w/ a slight Glam? & an AOR vibe. Don't know anything about Headstone, but they got a cool name! Stop by some of these shows and say hello to the devil.... (I'm the old guy playing guitar in Solace!)

Here are the rest of the dates!

The dates are as follows:
Dec. 15 - Manchester, UK - Sound Control
Dec. 16 - Glasgow, UK - Ivory Blacks
Dec. 17 - Birmingham, UK - The Asylum
Dec. 18 - Southampton, UK - Talking Heads
Dec. 19 - London, UK - O2 Islington Academy



Headstone - High On

Monday, December 13, 2010

The Fireballs - Groovy Motions

The Fireballs try their hand at 60's Psychedelia!!! And they succeed!

A great little nugget of late 60's psych. FUZZ!!!

Anyway, the devil will be out of town for the next week or so but i have some tunes lined up. I'll be touring the UK w/ Solace, Orange Goblin & Firebird! If you are in the UK near any of the dates come out and have a drink or 10 w/ the devil!!!

The dates are as follows:
Dec. 15 - Manchester, UK - Sound Control
Dec. 16 - Glasgow, UK - Ivory Blacks
Dec. 17 - Birmingham, UK - The Asylum
Dec. 18 - Southampton, UK - Talking Heads
Dec. 19 - London, UK - O2 Islington Academy

The Fireballs - Groovy Motions

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Johnny Ray Gomez - Romp Out

Nice Surf Guitar Organ Rocker from 1962~!


Johnny Ray Gomez - Romp Out

Saturday, December 11, 2010

The Tiki's - Stop - Look - Listen - Cream In My Coffee

Today we get a carefree little garage surf type rocker. Nothing hard or edgy about it but a nice little nugget of early 60's pop rock surfer culture. Cream in my Coffee even has a little blues and soul vibe going on. I coul dsee these tunes being in some B Grade Beach movie. Cool little 45. Dig it!

The Tiki's - Stop - Look - Listen

The Tiki's - Cream In My Coffee

Friday, December 10, 2010

The Allisons - Surfer Street - Money

This 45 is a little rough around the edges but what a Tuff - Ruff Sound!!! This has some attitude! A real strut to it, mostly the flip, which is a really great version of Money!

The Allisons - Surfer Street

The Allisons - Money

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

The U-DWI Peoples Paraphernalia - Push And Pull (The Tom Jones) - Terrible Train

As if the name itself wasn't weird enough and the song titles just listen to the tunes!

Some kinda weird funky jazzy rock soul...

Who were The U-DWI Peoples Paraphernalia? You got me... but again file this under WTF...??? (Especially Terrible Train)

The U-DWI Peoples Paraphernalia - Push And Pull (The Tom Jones)

The U-DWI Peoples Paraphernalia - Terrible Train

Monday, December 6, 2010

The American Group - Stay Off The Grass

Great Funky Instrumental with with a serious groove and bad ass bass and keyboard work.

The American Group - Stay Off The Grass

Friday, December 3, 2010

Toni Wine - Toni's Tune - River Deep - Mountain High

Another one to file under "what the fuck"? Not sure who Toni Wine is but she is obviously one sick human. If this record was made for children then you will know what a sadistic person Toni was because this will only give your child NIGHTMARES! I can't even begin to understand that there are actually song writing credits as well, since the sounds are obviously that of one of Satan's haunted Jack-In-The Boxes! And just what is with the banging in the background? Caskets closing and babies yawning.... just weird man, weird....

It never ceases to amaze me how many screwy & fucked up records there are in the world and just what were these people thinking when they pressed them?

Happy Nightmares!!!

Edit: Here the Wiki Low Down on Miss Toni Wine : If you so desire... Oh yeah, and i just found out this is from 1967.

Toni Wine - Toni's Tune

Further edit for Mister Mark: I've added the flip!

Toni Wine - River Deep - Mountain High

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Album Covers

Records, records, everywhere, and not a drop to drink...

Monday, November 29, 2010

Drivin Dynamics - So Fine - Sully 917

Driving Dynamics: Featuring early Randy Meisner of The Eagles

Nebraska garage rock combo the Drivin' Dynamics formed in the state's Gering-Scottbluff area in late 1961. Singer/bassist Randy Meisner, guitarists Larry Soto and Richard Rohnke, and drummer John Ankeny made their debut at a private party and within weeks landed a gig in support of Bobby Vee. Throughout 1962 the Drivin' Dynamics appeared regularly at the Henry, NE, dancehall Little Moon Lake. With little competition, they quickly emerged as the region's most popular rock & roll outfit. Rohnke left the lineup in late 1962 to enter the military, prompting the addition of saxophonist Paul Asmus. Soon after, the Drivin' Dynamics self-released their debut four-song EP, featuring the instrumental original "Sidewinder." After a New Year's Eve gig, Ankeny also announced plans to enlist, and upon adding Soto's younger brother Bobby, the group began touring beyond the western Nebraska circuit, promoting their appearances via Oklahoma City's 50,000-watt radio station KOMA. In the wake of Beatlemania, the Drivin' Dynamics updated their repertoire, adding British Invasion covers alongside their traditional R&B staples. They also expanded their roster, recruiting lead guitarist Dave Margheim and pianist Steve Cassells. In mid-1965 the group signed to Ray Ruff's Sully label to cut their second single, "So Fine." The record fared well regionally, and by year's end the Drivin' Dynamics were regularly playing locales as distant as Rapid City, SD, often outdrawing national acts in the process. In February 1966 the Drivin' Dynamics traveled to Denver to compete in a battle of the bands contest, coming in second to local favorites the Soul Survivors. Soon after, Meisner accepted the Soul Survivors' offer to join their ranks and relocated with them to California, where the act renamed itself the Poor. Meisner later resurfaced in the country-rock combo Poco before ascending to multi-platinum success as a member of the Eagles. In the meanwhile, the Drivin' Dynamics returned to Nebraska before going on temporary hiatus. The Soto brothers reunited the band in mid-1967, and while close to three dozen new members rotated through the lineup in the decades to follow, upon their 2000 induction into the Nebraska Music Hall of Fame the group was honored as the longest-running rock act in state history. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi

Drivin Dynamics - So Fine

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Love - Your Mind And We Belong Together - Elektra EK-45633

This Thanksgiving i am giving thanks to my "TRUE" friends and FAMILY and for LOVE! & Arthur Lee!

@ 2:40, the click and then what may be the best guitar solo ever.... more feel in this solo than everything Clapton has ever done combined...

P.S. Happy Thanksgiving!

Love - Your Mind And We Belong Together

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

The Devils Music - Devil Dick Flea Market Funk Yo Holmes Mix Vol. 10

A way while back @ the last 45 sessions DJ Prestige asked me to put together a mix for him. Well, i've been a little side tracked and DJ Prestige has been busy as well. (revamping his blog and i hear talk of Marriage!?!?) Well i finally got something put together for him and here is what i came up with. A nice little hunk of funky goodness. I just threw together some of the funky 45's that have hit my plate as of late! So with out further ado i present:

The Devils Music - Devil Dick, Flea Market Funk Yo Holmes Mix! AKA Metal As F*ck and Funkier Than Thou!

1- Willie & the Magnificents – Concerto In F Pt.1 – All Platinum
2- The Olympics – Baby Do The Philly Dog - Mirwood
3- Executive Suite – You Got It – Babylon
4- General Crook – Reality – Wand
5- Clarence Reid – Nobody But You Babe – Alston
6- Harvey Clark & the Dawn Monet Singers - Do Your Thing – Kapp
7- Pan Earth – Mandingo – Family Spirit
8- Freddy Scott & the Four Steps – Same Ole Beat – Marlin
9- The Triumphs – Burnt Biscuits – Volt
10-Dynamic Corvettes – Key to My Happiness – Abet
11-Nu-Sound Express Ltd. – Aint It Good Enough – Silver Dollar

if you want the tunes you gotta visit my man over @ Flea Market Funk!!!

(just follow the link yo!)

The Devils Music - Devil Dick Flea Market Funk Yo Holmes! Mix Vol. 10

The Pilgrimage - Bad Apple - You Satisfy Me - Mercury 72631 - 1967

2 killer garage rockers from the Pilgrimage today. The Pilgrimage were from Long Island of all places. 1967 Rare & Fuzzy!

co-written by: Lori Burton

The Pilgrimage - Bad Apple
The Pilgrimage - You satisfy Me

Monday, November 22, 2010

Pan Earth - The Mandingo

Some killer funk jams here from 1975 on the Family Spirt record label. 75 is a little late in the funk game w/ most tunes by then crossing over into the disco category but these hold pretty true. Some Funky & FUZZY & buzzy guitars help the cause as well! If you follow this blog at all ya know how the devil feels about fuzzy guitars!!! I think the instrumental version is even better/fuzzier where the git can really be heard w/ out the vox... As for Pan Earth i know nothing. I took a shot based on title alone, and thinking it might be disco because of the year i almost didn't, but i'm glad i did as this one has made a bunch of mixes and comps for friends. Hope you dig it as much as me...?

Pan Earth - The Mandingo

Pan Earth - The Mandingo Instrumental

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Jericho - Cheater Man

Some nice rock on the Bearsville label. Slight Southern vibe even though they are from Canada. Maybe a little Bloodrock sounding too? Produced by Todd Rundgren.

Jericho - Cheater Man

Saturday, November 20, 2010

The Lords - Fire - And At Night

The Lords were the most long-living and successful beat band of West Germany. The band's main headquarter was Düsseldorf/North Rhine-Westphalia. No other German band was so active during more than 40 years.

In 1959, The Lords started out as a skiffle band in Berlin using partly custom-made instruments. In 1964 when Beatlemania and the British Invasion swept across the world, they turned into "Germany's First Beat Music Act" and developed their classic style for which they are still known in Germany today. In the period from 1965 until 1969 they had 11 hits in West German pop charts. Their first hit single from 1964 was Shakin' All Over (originally recorded by Johnny Kidd & The Pirates in 1960). Their other hits included the blues traditional Poor Boy in 1965, Poison Ivy in 1965 (originally by The Coasters, 1959), the Baptist traditional Gloryland in 1967, and Rockin' pneumonia in 1967 (originally by Huey "Piano" Smith & the Clowns). They also appeared as supporting act of The Kinks and The Who on German tours of the two English bands, and performed on the contemporary TV music program Beat-Club several times. These Beat-Club performances are still repeated on German TV well into the 2000s, being largely responsible for today's classic image of The Lords back then. Their 1960s cover versions of Shakin' all over, Poison Ivy, and Gloryland still get much more airtime on German radio today compared to the original, earlier, or later recordings of these songs by English and American performers whose versions are therefore comparably unknown in Germany.

And at night was the A Side, but for me Fire is where it is at! This is pretty wild...

The Lords - Fire

The Lords -And At Night

Friday, November 19, 2010

Hank Thompson - Rockin' In The Congo

Lotta Country dudes at the tail end of the 50's gave Rock a try and turned Rock into Rockabilly. Hank is a little late here as this is from 1960 but this is a good one anyway!!!!

Hank Thompson - Rockin' In The Congo