This is becoming a Saturday habit for me. Damn the insidious grip of Rock 'n Roll!
CHANCELLOR 1030-An exciting
instrumental rocker with good
title and fast-moving, effective
ork work. Strong dance side (BMI)
She's a Fat Girl
Raucous vocal by lead and group
on catchy novelty-rocker with
funny lyrics about a guy who
loves a girl who's a mess. (BMI)
hmm, basic mode or fancy mode?
I will have an adult beverage, too.
did that record have an adult beverage too?
The record did indulge in an adult beverage! When it played in wobble mode I thought they were saying 'We like bourbon' and couldn't help but think: if this record isn't really re-enacting the bourbon experience, I don't know what is.
Another 'Big Mama' record !...it's an embarrassment of riches !
Studying rockabilly in college? You're killing me by degrees!
Juke Joint Jonny:
Point of order, sir. Springfield Gardens is in the section of Long Island that is the boro of Queens, which explains why it rocks.
Also: are the drapes in the fallout shelter out for cleaning? Sounds more echo-y than usual.
The Dagwood and Hot Pastrami would be a tasty twin spin !
Bert & Harry!
Is there a Bobby Lee Trammel comp I can buy?
A wiggy excursion , this one
I thought Rex only played 45s or is that Mr. finey whiney who does that?
that was one of the strangest things i ever heard
Hooker walk roun the room girls !
@ Ben Drinken: Yeah, but Diane used to play SLOW 45s (i.e. at 33 1/3 rpm) -- or maybe that was someone else there.
The Royal Teens have got to be one of the most overlooked and under rated groups of the '50s!
Pain set to music! Monumental. Tarrytown thanks you.