Bell Kelly's Teenage Wasteland

October 7, 2018 Options

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Options High And Dry - The Fallen Leaves (CD: Punk Rock For Gentlemen) [Parliament]
Options My Friend Jack - The Smoke (45) 1967 [Columbia]
Options (I Used To Dream In) Black and White - The Green Seagull (CD: International Pop Overthrow Volume 21) [Omnivore]

Options Nothing Civil - Jeremy & The Harlequins (CD: Remember This) [Yep Roc]
Options The Way You Do - Jimmy Nolan (45) 1956 [Federal]
Options Too Soon To Fall In Love - Muck & The Mires (10" EP: Muckus Maximus) [Rum Bar]
Options Morning - The What-Nots (45) 1966 [Amber]
Options Brillant - Veronique De La Chanson (CD: Wolken Zucker Himmel) [Sumo Rex]
Options Love Is The Drug - Roxy Music (45) 1975 [Atco]

Options Get It Right - The Dahlmanns (CD: American Heartbeat) [Pop Detective]
Options Enough - The Bohemian Vendetta (45) 1967 [United Artists]
Options I Want To Be With You - The Creation Factory (CD: The Creation Factory) [Lolipop!]
Options The Great Grandfather - Bo Diddley (45) 1959 [Checker]
Options All Fall Forward - Theatre Royal (Digital single) [Vacilando '68]
Options Mi-A-Suri Talk - Mike Taylor (45) 1962 [Deram]

Options She'll Never Be Mine - Groovy Uncle (CD: Meanwhile Back In Medieval Britain) [Trouserphonic]
Options Save My Soul - The Wimple Winch (45) 1966 [Fontana]
Options Happy Unhappy - The Beths (CD: Future Me Hates Me) [Carpark]
Options Who's That Knocking - The Genies (45) 1959 [Shad]
Options After The Sunrise - The Grip Weeds (CD: Trip Around The Sun) [Jem]
Options It Won't Be Wrong - The Byrds (45) 1965 [Columbia]

Options KIll Yourself Live - Mudhoney (CD: Digital Garage) [Sub Pop]
Options Hold Your Loving - Titus Turner (45) 1957 [King]
Options KInd Of Girl - Paul Collins (CD: Out Of My Head) [Alive]
Options The Eggplant That Ate Chicago - Dr. West's Medicine Show And Junk Band (45) 1966 [Go Go]
Options Dancing Away - Little Murders (CD: Best Of...) [Off The Hip]
Options Never Let You Go - The Five Discs (45) 1962 [Cheer]

Options Laugh Or Cry - The Bookends (CD: Far Away But Around) [Otto Raw Recordings]
Options Lovin' Machine - Wynonie Harris (45) 1951 [King]
Options I'm Going Home - The Dee Rangers (12" LP: All You Need Tonight) [Low Impact]
Options Daddy Buy Me A Girl - The Golden Earrings (45) 1966 [Polydor]
Options Gold Rush - Penny Ikinger (CD: Tokyo) [Off The Hip]
Options I Can't Stop - The Honeycombs (45) 1964 [Interphon]

Options Justify - The Peawees (CD: Moving Target) [Rum Bar]
Options Love Gun - Kiss (45) 1977 [Casablanca]
Options Good Morning Heartache - Shanda & The Howlers (CD: Hurt For Me) [Wild Records]


Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/7/18 3:05pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Anybody around now who actually had LSD on sugarcubes?
...I eventually encountered it diluted in water in a visine bottle...
  Sun. 10/7/18 3:08pm Al:

I've never done mind-altering drugs stronger than booze.
  Sun. 10/7/18 3:10pm noel:

The sugar cubes were gone by the late 60's. The eye droppers were still used in Amsterdam in 69 but that's a messed up way to take. Too quickly absorbed the rush would be frightening.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/7/18 3:10pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Been observed that the earliest Psych tunes (like that) were like Novelty trax! Much as TheWho's amps over cute loox were regarded as a Novelty 1st...RogerMcGuinn: 'GreenwichVillage became the World'...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/7/18 3:11pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63: was pure, potent - & actually a good way to control dosage! If the dose is large enuff - goodgawd why put it in yer damn eyes...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/7/18 3:12pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Mindyou: haven't even smoked pot since '87 - if actions speak louder than words...
  Sun. 10/7/18 3:15pm Al:

It would be cool if bad words could be edited out by the engineers so that it happened over-the-air only, and not on the internet stream (as long as the FCC regulations stay the way they are).
Avatar Sun. 10/7/18 3:16pm Sid:

Consider: the only way those words maintain their power is through partial embargo.
  Sun. 10/7/18 3:17pm noel:

I watched coming attractions for TV shows (don't watch any network stuff) and every show was machine guns and cops. but don't say fuck.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/7/18 3:18pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

It's the Repression that gives it power. 'Lenny Bruce was trying to tell you many things before he died'...The Truth Shall Set You Free.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/7/18 3:18pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Zackly noel. Zackly.
  Sun. 10/7/18 3:19pm Marie:

Billiam! I need the rock and the roll today. Thanks fer dishing it out!
Avatar Sun. 10/7/18 3:25pm Sid:

Yet sex and even affection is completely off limits in movies for the younger audience.
  Sun. 10/7/18 3:27pm katharsis:

Hellos. My stream buffered past 100 all the way to 1000. That was novel.
  Sun. 10/7/18 3:30pm CC:

Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/7/18 3:32pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...the less actual information kids have about sex or drugs - why - the better everything is bound to turn out...
  Sun. 10/7/18 3:32pm Al:

Wolken Zucker Himmel = clouds sugar sky
Avatar Sun. 10/7/18 3:33pm Sid:

I think they have plenty of info on sex - all kinds - but they just find it.... icky.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/7/18 3:42pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Ok yeah - maybe I speak from my own time...I do think sober & shamefree truth about pregnancy & contraception & STDs & childrearing &tc. wouldn't go amiss...
Avatar Sun. 10/7/18 3:51pm Sid:

That was quite an edit. Can't wait to look that up later.
  Sun. 10/7/18 4:00pm noel:

RR I just wondered about Band names and decided to Google "Abortion" and no one has that name. And it would be at the front of the Stax if they still had stax.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/7/18 4:05pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Gay Witch Abortion, Dayglo Abortions, Abortion Twins - off top of head...
Avatar Sun. 10/7/18 4:07pm Sid:

Scraping Foetus Off The Wheel is kinda abortion....
  Sun. 10/7/18 4:08pm CC:

Gripweeds kind of remind me of early Aztec two-step...:)0(:
Avatar Sun. 10/7/18 4:08pm northguineahills:

*goes to type* *waves impotent tiny fist at Rev Rabbit*!
Avatar Sun. 10/7/18 4:08pm Sid:

Jersey's own Grip Weeds rock!
Avatar Sun. 10/7/18 4:09pm Sid:

Well, actually they power pop, but you know what I mean....
Avatar Sun. 10/7/18 4:13pm Mailman Tom:

Mudhoney should have been as big as Nirvana.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/7/18 4:15pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- as Nirvana said...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/7/18 4:16pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...ScreamingTrees / Mark Lanegan, Melvins...
Avatar Sun. 10/7/18 4:18pm Sid:

Even Mudhoney's Reprise releases were great. I recall playing Tomorrow Hit Today to death.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/7/18 4:19pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...would even have been in Nirvana's best interests (sigh)...
  Sun. 10/7/18 4:24pm CC:

would have been a great cover for Lennon and Nilsson...:)0(:
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/7/18 4:33pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Feel like should apologize to BK for talking about everything but his Playlist! (Course he posts it afters.)
Appreciate it BK !
  Sun. 10/7/18 4:34pm CC:

I think this group should have been called The Flaming Pussycats he he he...:)0(:
Avatar Sun. 10/7/18 4:34pm northguineahills:

Also has a fire of love for Mudhoney....
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/7/18 4:37pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I might look a little like MarkArm...but I haven't seen us in the same place @ the same time so it's hard to tell...
  Sun. 10/7/18 4:38pm CC:

This definitely ain't Alvin Lee!!!...:)0(:
  Sun. 10/7/18 4:41pm CC:

Like E.S.P...:)0(:
Avatar Sun. 10/7/18 4:45pm Mailman Tom:

Gene Pitney. Gotta love the guy!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/7/18 4:46pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I'll have what he was having...well maybe half the dose
...wait - that would be funny if Joe Meek wasn't around...
  Sun. 10/7/18 4:46pm CC:

I thought that might be Neil Sedaka in his radical. Hahaha...:)0(:
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/7/18 4:48pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I thot Freddy & the Dreamers...oh Honeycombs...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/7/18 4:49pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Edumaction... :
  Sun. 10/7/18 4:50pm CC:

Dig this!!!...:)0(:
Avatar Sun. 10/7/18 4:50pm Mailman Tom:

Honeycombs. Of course!
  Sun. 10/7/18 4:51pm CC:

kind of Graham Parkerish...:)0(:
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/7/18 4:53pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

PaulStanley - Poet.
  Sun. 10/7/18 4:53pm CC:

I can see little Steven doing this song...:)0(:
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/7/18 4:54pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...SpinalTap production consultant...
  Sun. 10/7/18 4:54pm Al:

@MMTom: Still OK to like Gene Pitney. I do too and share a birthday with him.
  Sun. 10/7/18 4:55pm CC:

by the way the only thing more expensive than raising a child is guns drugs and gasoline hahaha...:)0(:
Avatar Sun. 10/7/18 4:55pm Sid:

Love Gun? Did this turn into a pledge request show while I was out taming the lawn?
Avatar Sun. 10/7/18 4:58pm Sid:

Shanda any relation to Omar?
  Sun. 10/7/18 4:59pm CC:

thanks for playing
Avatar Sun. 10/7/18 5:00pm Sid:

  Sun. 10/7/18 6:41pm Bill Kelly:

The pledge requests are the order-of-the-day until the end of the month. The fundraising is being handled online or through snail mail.
  Swag For Life Member Sun. 10/14/18 11:15am Peapeagirl:

Thanks again Bill, great show!
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