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November 27, 2010
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Bobby Gibson and the Voyagers  Options B-52   Gibson 
The Graytones  Options The Weird One   Empire Studios 
The Emcees  Options Ific   Cimarron 
Jay Hodge Ork with Lloyd Rowe  Options Goatsville   Cornuto 
Ray and Lindy  Options Big Betty   Atco 
Johnny Boni and His Triumphs  Options Train Rock   Black Crest 
Rick Bartel's Rebels  Options Yes Baby, I'm Scared   Anthem 
Bonnie Fussell and the Jives  Options Too High Class   Hammond 
Buck Rogers and His Jets  Options Rose Marie   Montel 
Ray Harris  Options Lonely Wolf   Norton 
Bobby Fry and Troupe  Options Highway Robbery   Playback 
Bobby Boyle  Options Ricky The Record Hound   Roy 
Stomp Gordon  Options Ride, Superman, Ride   Savoy 
Stomp Gordon  Options Damp Rag   Decca 
Finni-Mo  Options Shake It Baby   Rainbow 
Bo Diddley  Options Hey Pretty Baby   Hip-O Select CD 
Little Luther  Options Doggin' Me   Tarx 
Teddy Reynolds  Options Puppy Dogs   Mercury 
Billy Garner  Options Little School Girl   Mojo 
Fats Domino  Options Little School Girl   Imperial 
The Glitters  Options Lighten-Up Slim   Rubaiyat 
Edwin & Alvin  Options The Eye   Mercury 
The Del-Prados  Options The Skip   Lucky Four 
The Earthquakes w/ The Rhythm Kings  Options Crazy Bop   Fortune 
Diadems  Options Ala Vevo   LaVere 
Those Four Eldorados  Options Go! Little Susie   Academy 
The Visions  Options Cigarette   Original Sound 
The Zaks  Options What Kind Of Man   Wine 
The Exotics  Options Highway 101   Sherry 
The Vice-Roys  Options Not Too Much Twist - Not Too Much Shout   Bethlehem 
The Four Sparks  Options Kim   Cathay 
Goldie and The Gingerbreads  Options Skinny Vinnie   Spokane 
The Goldtones  Options The Oriental Shake   Colonial 
The Rock-Fellers  Options Orange Peel   Valor 
The Gems  Options Shutdown   Valor 
Extremes  Options Long Dark Collar   Norton CD 908 
(Screaming) Lord Jim and the Picadilly Squares  Options What's A Wooly Bully??   Continental 
The Bleach Boys  Options Wine, Wine, Wine   Studio City 
The Creations  Options Shang Shang   Jamie 
Johnny Durain and the Cyclones  Options Shang -Dang-Doo   Dore 
Roosevelt Grier  Options Struttin' 'n Twistin'   Liberty 
Bunny Sigler  Options Family Dance   V-Tone 
The Holidays  Options Deacon Brown Vs. The Devil   Galaxy 
5 Du-Tones  Options Please Change Your Mind   One-Derful 

Listener comments!

  1:14pm Don (trip dub):

The Walnetto (Laugh-in) record label? Happy Thanksgiving Rex.
  1:25pm Listener Jumpy:

"Rosemarie" by Buck Rogers is one of my faves. Can't find a thing about it. Guess what happens when you Google "Buck Rogers..."
  1:58pm Don (trip dub):

Nice Fats - a Prof. Longhair groove. whoa.
  2:12pm nicky the skootch:

just got back to the house and tuned in... almost missed y'all! happy thanksgiving!
  2:21pm marq:

wow. a dj got to sneak in his own show with out toddophonic todd takin over pow!pow!pow! Loved hearing todd this morning and loving Rex's show today.
  2:22pm SSHARK:

S.J. Montalbano is a 21-year-old Louisianan from Baton Rouge. He's also believed to be one of the youngest operating diskers around. He has an active label, Montel, he runs a pair of record stores and he books bands into a local hall for band battles every week. "We have a big annual battle of the bands now and the winning band gets a recording contract." says Montalbano. "I'm still going to L.S.U. so I have enough to keep me pretty busy."
Meanwhile, Montalbano turns out an interesting kind of record. The latest,this week, is "Rose Marie," (not the Rudolph Friml variety) which features Buck Rogers and his Jets.
  2:28pm Don (trip dub):

Let's get lunked. Was that kissing Yogi a reference to the new 3D abomination, I mean animation.
  2:29pm Brian:

No, when you called it an abonimation, you were right the first time.
  2:41pm Listener Jumpy:

Thanks SShart! How'd you find it?
  2:57pm SSHARK:

Correction Jumpy, SSHARK ! I used the WABAC Machine. More obsolete observations than you can shake Bo Diddley's tremelo bar at over at wfmuichiban. blogspot. com
  3:02pm Listener Jumpy:

I stand corrected SSHARK.
  3:02pm Listener Jumpy:

I got that one for a mere pittance...
  8:22pm Tom Stein:

Blew my computer speakers listening to last week's show! Just installed a new pair today, hope they're up to the task.
  8:31pm anthony michaels:

Hi Rex...see if you can get Billy Miller (Norton) to loan you "Because of LSD" by Bud Freeman...I know you've played that side but, play the flip...A Message from the Grave!!!! Thanks...Anthony...you are great
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