From out of a time rotted tomb it inevitably rises , with a festering, mouldering stack of surprises ... It's Fool a go-go GO GO
...or you may find yourself...living in a shotgun shack
Wait a minute, I'm writing this all down. What was that middle part?
Is this the
rally to restore insanity?
Finally get to hear some normal records for a change here....bleh
Whatever happened to the Pennsylvania Twist?
The stones are 82!
Ah, Mr. Zacherle... "The blood stains the boat / But it's easy to float / Because blood is much thicker than water" ("Dinner with Drac")
Dave will put the LICE in LYCEUM
IT'S HALLOWEIRD !
TOP HAT TEX:
NATIONAL COUNTRY MUSIC WEEK, OCTOBER 30 TO NOVEMBER 4.
Ghost Bride of Son House:
I've found that only the lifesize VD made from earwax has the desired effect
Uncle Rex, I look forward to your specialty shows even more than your usual fare, if that's possible. Today, you are rising to the occasion like Drac from his coffin.
November 1, 1959
MACON,Ga.- A crowd estimated at 3,000 children saw the 10th annual Halloween Circus presented by the Moose Club at the Macon Auditorium with Mack Dodd as emsee. Music was by Ernie Daulton at the electric organ.
All that was required for admission was a signed pledge to refrain from Halloween vandalism.
Officials say the Circus has practically eliminated Halloween pranks here.
Great show Rex!
The Immoral Mr. Teas:
I was a pallbearer just this morning, for the first time ever. God help me, but at the church when one of the funeral directors used the word "hearse", the song "Curse of the Hearse" began to spin in my head. Now I just got home from the reception to crank up the computer and hear "Curse" on your show.
Ooo-weeee, spooky! Thanks, I guess.
Jack the Ripper!
Thanks for posting "7 Corpse", by the way. My marathon CD copy was mastered funny and never sounded quite right. I will be playing the posted version before the day is out, at suitable volume.
Radio, records and Rex go together like Drive-ins, AIP and.... a Flavos shrimp roll !
Scary spook show fun!
Man that was hard as Ghoulard and twice as queasy...STAY SICK
Gorgo 'N' Zola:
Zola lost a candy corn in her nose....
Everyday is Saturday to a dog.
Eighty-two Tombstones is one of Zach's best tunes! That sax solo is absolute killer!
Nice dedication to Mad Mike (from my own 'Burg no less). I'm trying to look for that photo you mentioned.