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March 19, 2011
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Artist Track Label Comments Approx. start time
The Adventurers  Options Shaggin'   Mecca    0:00:00 Pop‑up)  
Eddie Seacrist & The Rolling Rockets  Options Able One   K&C    0:05:08 Pop‑up)  
Bob Taylor and The Counts  Options Thunder   Yucca    0:07:44 Pop‑up)  
The Spades  Options Jody   Spade    0:10:32 Pop‑up)  
Thumper Jones  Options Rock It   Starday    0:17:36 Pop‑up)  
Jeff Daniel  Options Uh-Huh-Huh   Big B  Bone-fide Bogalusa boogie  0:20:51 Pop‑up)  
Turner Moore  Options I'll Be Leaving You   Norton    0:22:27 Pop‑up)  
Bobby Brown and the Curios  Options Down at Big Mary's House   Vaden    0:24:32 Pop‑up)  
Bolean Barry  Options Long Sideburns   Fabor    0:29:12 Pop‑up)  
Bobby Hodge  Options Alligator Man   Golden Ring    0:29:33 Pop‑up)  
Dell Mack and his Paleface Indians  Options Crazy Cat   Goldband    0:30:42 Pop‑up)  
Billy Bland  Options Grandmaw Gave A Party   Old Town    0:37:46 Pop‑up)  
Charles "Hungry" Williams  Options So Glad She's Mine   Checker    0:40:18 Pop‑up)  
Johnny Acey  Options Baby Please Don't Go (Back To Baltimore)   Fire    0:41:59 Pop‑up)  
Jimmy McCracklin  Options Get Tough   Checker    0:44:44 Pop‑up)  
Billy Emerson  Options Woodchuck   Chess    0:46:14 Pop‑up)  
Jesse Pascuali  Options Two Pizzaburgers Please   Combo    0:49:24 Pop‑up)  
The Four Dots  Options He-Man Looking For A She-Girl   Bullseye    0:55:58 Pop‑up)  
The Equadors  Options Sputnick Dance   RCA Victor    0:58:18 Pop‑up)  
The Earthquakes w/ The Rhythm Kings  Options Crazy Bop   Fortune    1:02:00 Pop‑up)  
The Royal Jokers  Options I Don't Like You That Much   Fortune    1:02:47 Pop‑up)  
Little Jimmy & The Sparrows  Options Snorin'   Val-Ue    1:06:06 Pop‑up)  
Bobby Hendricks  Options Psycho   Sue    1:06:55 Pop‑up)  
The Sounds  Options Charlie Chan   Sarg    1:10:17 Pop‑up)  
The Gales  Options Squeeze Me   Winn    1:11:57 Pop‑up)  
Jive Five  Options People From Another World   Beltone    1:13:45 Pop‑up)  
Jerry and the Continentals  Options I've Had It   Night Owl    1:23:22 Pop‑up)  
Ray Kannon and the Corals  Options Muleskinners Twist   Cuca    1:26:00 Pop‑up)  
The Dials  Options All Kinds Of Twistin'   Norgolde    1:26:54 Pop‑up)  
The Grasshoppers  Options Mod Socks   Sunburst    1:28:58 Pop‑up)  
Gary and the Wombats  Options Squidgy Bod   Regina    1:31:24 Pop‑up)  
Gene Walker  Options I Go Ape   No Label    1:35:38 Pop‑up)  
Gene Ray  Options Monkey Yeah   Class    1:35:57 Pop‑up)  
King Usniewicz & His Usniewicztones  Options The Crusher   Norton LP 208    1:40:23 Pop‑up)  
The Five Sharps  Options Mammy Jammy   Jubilee    1:48:30 Pop‑up)  
Jon & Lee and The Checkmates  Options Batman Batusi   Batman    1:49:35 Pop‑up)  
Jumping Gino Washington  Options Around The Town   Washpan    1:52:38 Pop‑up)  
Eddie Bo  Options Hey There Baby   Ric    1:54:55 Pop‑up)  
Johnny Heartsman and The Gaylarks  Options Johnny's Thunderbird   Music City    1:57:38 Pop‑up)  
Larry Williams  Options Call On Me   El Bam    1:58:39 Pop‑up)  
The Four Rivers  Options Sooner or Later   Josie    2:00:25 Pop‑up)  

Listener comments!

  1:17pm v k:

@instrumental name - "Outside Cheese" (been dying to name a song just that)
  1:18pm seang:

ankle poison
  1:18pm rob:

  1:19pm Happy Listener:

"Able One" should have an answer song - "Invalid"
The Spades' instro - how about "Phimosis"?
  1:21pm This day in jive history:

March 19,1957 – Elvis Presley buys his Graceland estate in Memphis, Tenn. from Mrs. Ruth Brown-Moore.
Graceland was originally owned by S. E. Toof, publisher of the Memphis newspaper, the Memphis Daily Appeal. The grounds were named after Toof’s daughter, Grace, who would come to inherit the farm. Soon after, the portion of the land designated as Graceland today was given to a niece, Ruth Moore, who, in 1939 together with her husband Dr. Thomas Moore, had the present American “colonial” style mansion built.
Elvis purchased Graceland in for approximately $100,000
  1:22pm Fun Fact:

"Able One" may refer to a member of the elite Byzantine Guard, the Hikanatoi (Able Ones).
  1:27pm rob:

'Able One' is the anagram for 'Bone Ale'.
  1:28pm Axle Snapper:

You can name that record after me if ya like
  1:52pm Axle Snapper:

Hey!..theres a pizza joint down on the corner called 'Pascuali's"
  1:55pm Listener Jumpy in Brooklyn:

Let's hear it for Bobby Robinson!
  1:56pm Danne D:

For those curious that $100,000 is approximately $800,000 today. http://www.coinnews.net/tools/cpi-inflation-calculator/
  1:57pm Listener Jumpy in Brooklyn:

"Chop up 2 cows for arrivederci!'
  2:03pm pza:

I grew up eating "pizza burgers" they were a half hamburger bun toasted with a ground meat green pepper onion and "secret spices" topped with cheese and broiled. We ate them in truck loads as kids
Later I found out when joking about spam with my high school monty python friends, my mom said "You like spam" I was aghast! turns out pizza burger was one of those recipes from the back of the spam can. There is no Santa there is no Easterbunny and Pizza Burgers are Spam. Parents are lairs!
  2:05pm Parents:

We had a budget to meet, kid.
  2:08pm churchill's flask:

"six-string sucker punch"
  2:08pm Axle Snapper:

Pizza burgers i usta get were just regler ol' burgs wit pizza sauce an some mootz...shrooms if ya wuz a gourmond
  2:33pm Axle Snapper:

we is drifting toward the land 'o lunk
  2:34pm Listener Jumpy in Brooklyn:

"Swudgy Bod" is my new fave!
  2:40pm Axle Snapper:

  2:41pm ChooChoo - ATL:

I LOVE "THE CRUSHER!!" KEEP GOING! What and when the hell did this come from? Proto CRAMPS?
  2:43pm ChooChoo - ATL:

King U news . . . I am will be hugging my Internet Server to my ear.
  2:43pm protozilla:

King U gives me the cramps
  2:46pm Listener Jumpy in Brooklyn:

Squidgy Bod I meant.
  2:47pm Fun Fact:

"Mod Socks" are above the ankle, below the knee, and have a variety of patterns - op art, broad stripes with geometric shapes, distorted checker patterns, etc..
  2:48pm Mike Sin:

"Mod Socks" features the late Ben Orr (Cars' bassist)!
  2:50pm dunder the 3rd:

me lunkhead hate MOD ! make lunkhead mad !
  3:01pm Don (trip dub):

Love Larry Williams. Great show.
  3:01pm Fun Fact:

Ben was in a folk band with Ric, called Milkwood. They released one album in '72.
  1:39pm Montana Slim:

No MP3 archive for this show? Top of page has two flash player links (instead of one for mp3, one for flash)
  5:15pm Brian:

We NEED the MP3 archive for this show!!!
- B._B.
  3:15pm Brian in Sorta Sunny So Cal:

Thanks for adding the MP3 ed-ish-eee-on on this show! Now worldwide web-ster Rex nuts can get their weekly (not weakly!) Fool's fix!!!

- B._B.
  10:38pm Tom from Staten:

Charlie Chan was a catchy #, sure!
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