I'm Gonna Play The Piano (When Old Jerry Lee's Gone)
Don't You Hear Me Calling, Baby
The Big Black Jacket
Ron Williams and the Customs
Sue Sue Baby
Ty - Tex
The Five Sparks
Little Bo Peep
Charlie & Clyde
Sixteen Women (In A Limousine)
I'm Gettin' Your Message Baby
Bounding Billy Carlisle
Skid Row Blues
Daddy's Geisha Girl
Ginger and Jean
What's Been Going On In Viet Nam?
(I've Got A Girl Named) Dee
James Von Streeter & His Wig Poppers
The Pacers featuring Bobby Crawford
Diddley Diddley Daddy
Jerry Mundo & The Galaxies
Me & Dem Guys
Chubby Isn't Chubby Anymore
Bobby Price & The New Dynamics
Oh, I Like It Like That
The Pastel Six
Los Silver Rockets
Senorita Dizzy Livy
What's The Matter
Let Her Go Man
Let Me Die With The One I LOve
Last Freight Twist, Pt. 1
Walkin' The Track
Gonna Let You Come Back Home
JLL death song... Holy Crap.
JLL and the Possum must have made a deal with the Devil
Jerry Lee heard that one and said, "Just for that, I ain't goin'!"
Did they write a song like that about Keith Richards?
yes, Parq. Nils Lofgren- "Keith don't go"
The Daddy left mommy for a geisha girl song--one of my favorites! (I have the other copy in existence.) Nice to hear "My Mummy" last week.
Enjoying the show, obviously.
Best, Marc Grobman
Hey Marc! My copy of "Daddy's Geisha Girl" makes three!
Dick Blackburn wrote (boasted): Hey Marc! My copy of "Daddy's Geisha Girl" makes three!
Just as I hit the send button, I realized how reckless I was to claim there were only two copies w/o checking with you first! Apologies, Marc
Yeah, but now I gotta find Ginger and Jean!
Odd that this Cadillac song didn't make it to the discussion of "Cadillac" in last week's NYTimes Magazine "On Language" column.
JLL will dance on all our graves.
Last night's festivities involved threading up and enjoying Pete Kelly's Blues featuring Rex doppelganger Edmund O'Brien.
Will this be the year when Rex serves up a Fool's Feast of 'food' forty fives ?...
Think of the possibilities for that menu !
I'll have the fried chicken please
Ghost of Nimms:
I'll have Hot Dogs a la Haze to go-go
Goddamn, Rex! Where do you find all those smokin' hot tunes? You must have some special kind of radar!
Where can I get this Charlie & Clyde record???
I need it so bad!
I love your show!!! Can you get MP3's of Ginger and Gene as well as that Cadillac song???
I saw Jerry Lee a few weeks back in the Grand Rex in Paris, he belted out the piano and considering he's 74 was fairly impressive. He played for around an hour and then he just stood up and hobbled off the stage mumbling under his breath giving out, probably has old man pains. It was great to see him as I never have before so I can confirm he's still alive. Love the show Rex
Thanks for playing my Dad's record, Skid Row Blues, on the Toppa label.