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Artist Title Album Label Year Comments Approx. start time
The Gants  Stormy Weather   Favoriting Roadrunner! The Best of the Gants  Sundazed  1965/2000    0:00:00 Pop-up)  
The Trade Winds  New York's A Lonely Town   Favoriting various - Cowabunga!  Rhino  1965/1996    0:02:50 Pop-up)  
Larry & the Loafers  Let's Go To the Beach   Favoriting various - Hang It Out To Dry CD  Satan  1966/1994    0:04:30 Pop-up)  
Bad Sports  Let me In   Favoriting Bra  Dirtnap  2013    0:06:43 Pop-up)  
The Husbands  You Know What Sadie?   Favoriting There's Nothing I'd Like More Than To See You Dead  Swami  2006    0:09:31 Pop-up)  
Micragirls  Go Go Gorilla   Favoriting Feeling Dizzy Honey?  Bone Voyage  2006    0:11:51 Pop-up)  
Four Rogues  The Ralphie   Favoriting various - Party Party Party  Arf! Arf!  ?/2004    0:15:27 Pop-up)  
The Hornets  Give Me a Kiss   Favoriting various - The Complete Motown Singles Vol. 4: 1964  Hip-O Select  1964/2006  if you are gonna have a Beatles ripoff, might as well have Andre Williams involved!  0:18:22 Pop-up)  
Original Sins  Little Mistakes   Favoriting Sins '88    1988/2007    0:20:59 Pop-up)  
Mark Sultan  We're Sinking   Favoriting The Sultanic Verses  In the Red  2007    0:25:21 Pop-up)  
Bipolaroid  Let It Bling   Favoriting Twin Language  Get Hip  2013    0:39:10 Pop-up)  
Brendan Benson  Red White and Blues   Favoriting You Were Right  Readymade  2013    0:41:26 Pop-up)  
Dirty Fences  All I Want   Favoriting Too High To Kross  Volcom  2013  on tour in Europe right now!  0:43:57 Pop-up)  
The Last  I Don't Know What to Say   Favoriting Danger  End Sounds  2013    0:47:59 Pop-up)  
Kelley Stoltz  Still Feel   Favoriting Double Exposure  Third Man  2013    0:49:36 Pop-up)  
Robert Pollard  Denied   Favoriting From a Compound Eye  Merge  2006    0:55:10 Pop-up)  
Bambi Kino  You're 16   Favoriting various - Super Hits of the Seventies: Michael Shelley's 2012 WFMU premium    2012  By reuqest, sort of, Bambi Kino live at Union Hall Brooklyn feb 8. THREE sets! sounds like one after 909!  0:57:53 Pop-up)  
The Woody Peakers  She's the One   Favoriting Beat Solution  Screaming Apple      1:00:19 Pop-up)  
The Split Squad  Hey Hey Baby   Favoriting Now Hear This ...    2014    1:02:21 Pop-up)  
The Black Hollies  Somewhere Between Here and Nowhere   Favoriting Somewhere Between Here and Nowhere  Ernest Jenning Record Co.  2013    1:12:17 Pop-up)  
The Dentists  You Make Me Say It Somehow   Favoriting Some People Are on the Pitch They Think it's All Over it is Now  Trouble In Mind  1985/2013    1:15:09 Pop-up)  
The Lively Ones  Too Many Lies   Favoriting various - Don't Press Your Luck: The IN Sound of 60's Connecticut  Sundazed  1966/2008    1:17:33 Pop-up)  
The Alarm Clocks  We'll Be Together   Favoriting Wake Up!  My Mind's Eye  2013    1:20:01 Pop-up)  
Night Beats  Real Change   Favoriting Sonic Bloom  Reverberation Appreciation Society  2013    1:24:09 Pop-up)  
Wooden Shjips  Back To Land   Favoriting Back To Land  Thrill Jockey  2013  check out archive of live set on therese's show  1:27:43 Pop-up)  
Mira Billotte  As I Went Out One Morning   Favoriting I'm Not There original soundtrack  Columbia  2007    1:33:36 Pop-up)  
Urge Overkill  The Valiant   Favoriting Rock & Roll Submarine    2011    1:36:15 Pop-up)  
La La Brooks  Crazy For You   Favoriting All or Nothing  Norton  2013    1:46:53 Pop-up)  
Kid Congo and The Pink Monkey Birds  Lamont's Requiem   Favoriting Haunted Head  In the Red  2013    1:50:12 Pop-up)  
The Emergency Crew  I Know You Rider   Favoriting The Birth of the Dead  Rhino  1966/2003    1:54:30 Pop-up)  
William Penn Fyve  Swami   Favoriting various - Garage Beat 66 Vol. 6: Speak of the Devil  Sundazed  1967/2007    1:56:18 Pop-up)  
The D-Coys  Bad Times   Favoriting various - Down Under Nuggets  Festival  1965/2012    1:58:54 Pop-up)  
Plagues  (Clouds Send Down) Tears From My Eyes   Favoriting various - Scream Loud!!! The Fenton Story  Way Back  1966/2006    2:02:48 Pop-up)  
Toni McCann  No   Favoriting various - Destroy That Boy! More Girls With Guitars  Ace  1965/2009    2:04:46 Pop-up)  
The Blue Jeans  One More Please   Favoriting various - GS I Love You: Japanese Garage Bands Of The 1960s  Big Beat  1968/1996    2:06:48 Pop-up)  
The Safaris  Kick Out   Favoriting various - Surf-Age Nuggets: Trash & Twang Instrumentals 1959-1966  Rock Beat  1963/2012  not to be confused with the surfaris!  2:21:29 Pop-up)  
The Velvetones  Mister X   Favoriting various - Surf-Age Nuggets: Trash & Twang Instrumentals 1959-1966  Rock Beat  1965/2012  surf music still coming out in 1965!  2:22:01 Pop-up)  
The Travelers  Windy And Warm   Favoriting various - Surf-Age Nuggets: Trash & Twang Instrumentals 1959-1966  Rock Beat  1963/2012  ventures cover  2:22:22 Pop-up)  
Rich Clayton and The Rumbles  Flip Side   Favoriting various - Surf-Age Nuggets: Trash & Twang Instrumentals 1959-1966  Rock Beat  1963/2012    2:22:48 Pop-up)  
Bloodhot Bill  Sittin' With You   Favoriting The Lonesome Road  Norton  2013    2:24:56 Pop-up)  
The Hamburglars  Burgesa Con Queso   Favoriting s/t 10"    2013    2:26:55 Pop-up)  
Jook  King Capp   Favoriting Jook Rule  Sing Sing  1974/2013    2:30:08 Pop-up)  
Rod Stewart  You're My Girl (I Don't Want To Discuss It)   Favoriting Reason To Believe: The Complete Mercury Studio Recordings  Chronicles  /2003  Faces backing him.  2:33:10 Pop-up)  
Black Joe Lewis  Vampre   Favoriting Electric Slave    2013  couldn't wait until Halloween to play this one  2:37:37 Pop-up)  
Andre Williams & 2 Star Tabernacle  Jet Black Daddy Lilly White Mama   Favoriting various - Dirty Laundry: The Soul of Black Country    1998/2006  w/ Jack White  2:50:36 Pop-up)  
Dom Mariani & the Majestic Kelp  Beach Combing   Favoriting Turn Up the Sun  Head Records  2013    2:54:25 Pop-up)  

Listener comments!

Avatar 12:05pm Highway 1011010:

Hey DJ Joe Belock, just popped in can't stay, wish I could.
Avatar 12:05pm Sem Chumbo:

Hiya, Joe. Wow, The Trade Winds. They sound very familiar...
Avatar 12:05pm ken in denver:

Keep fighting the good fight, Joe. We can only imagine the pressure you must be under from Trenton.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:06pm common:

yea. let's go to the beach!
Avatar 12:06pm ken in denver:

Also, try to keep your woody inside.
  12:08pm Frank Above:

Yeah! First time hearing the show live in years thanks to my new phone! Go get 'em Joe!
Avatar 12:11pm Dixie Shrinker:

@Ken You don't want pull your woody out of the garage in this weather unless you want to cruise around with snow balls.
Avatar 12:15pm Carmichael:

Joe! Long time, no listen to in real time!
Avatar 12:16pm Joe B:

Hi everyone, thanks for tuning in! welcome back prodigal listeners Frank and Carmichael!
Avatar 12:20pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...hey - in 10 more years - I'll *be* a "60sPunk"...or, being born in the 60s - I always were...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:21pm Fuzzy:

George Harrison get sued for "My Sweet Lord" though...sheesh!
  12:21pm Frank Above:

Great to be back, Joe! There's no place like home.
  12:22pm Toddophonic:

Wow, never heard The Hornets! That was amazing...The People's Champ does it again!
Avatar 12:24pm bibi:

this little mistakes song is -sorry for my terminology- so cute.
Avatar 12:24pm SmokinJ:

Rockin' set JB...
Avatar 12:36pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

'With the Beatles' - British version (which the CDs generally are now) - was released the very day JFK was shot - 22nd Nov. 1963...my birth month, don't get me started...okay: C.S. Lewis & Aldous Huxley died very same day - 1st thing on BBC after JFK coverage was the 1st 'Dr. Who'...
  12:39pm LovecraftDude888:

had lunch more java...not script. I'm good to go. ready for the fun!
Avatar 12:41pm Joe B:

Thanks RR63! I however do not acknowledge the inferior british configurations
Avatar 12:43pm MissV:

Hello! from snowy downtown NYCeeeeeee
Avatar 12:45pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- well - they've of course put out the early Mericun versions as the 'Capitol' CDs - four I think...
- If they rerun the PBS 'American Experience' '1964' episode I think it worth watching...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:46pm Mike Sin:

Hello Joe!

Wow, interesting ... Because I'm a second-generation Beatles' geek and started buying the UK imports at Korvette's in the late '70s (after reading about them in the Roy Carr/Tony Tyler book), I've no affection for the US LPs. I guess I like the "accuracy" of the UK LPs.

Anyway, I've been digging this Brendon Benson album.
  12:46pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Hey Belockers all...Greetings from SouthEastern FLA (temporarily). Those surf songs sounded a little less ironic here!
  12:48pm SlimPickn's:

Good snowy Tuesday music being played. Keep up the good work!
Avatar 12:48pm Joe B:

actually i like them both. sentimental value for the US versions, and preference for i feel fine, she's a woman and roll over beetheoven with reverb! there is some new box coming out of the US versions, but using the 9-9-09 remastering. not sure what the point of that is! They really should just reissue yesterday and today with the butcher. it would be a million seller!
Avatar 12:49pm Carmichael:

Dirty Fences sounded a bit like Morrisey. Yikes!
  12:50pm Toddophonic:

Beatles For Sale is my favorite. Purchased at Korvette's in the 70's!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:52pm Mike Sin:

Regarding the Beatles' "core" catalog, at this point in my life, I'm done buying any new product with that material. For me, the mono box set was the greatest bang for my buck -- that's essentially my go-to product for listening to any pre-'68 Beatles at this point.
  12:53pm Frank Above:

I 2nd Todd's vote.
Avatar 12:53pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- I'm old enuff I got the vinyl 1st - but I'm kinda w/ MikeSin
...since the Beatles' Singles/E.P.s that didn't make it onto albums are now onthe 'Past Masters' CDs - if you put them in-between the Albums - the transitions are smoother & make more I feel.
- A great book about the actual Music is 'Tell Me Why' by Tim Riley.
...What I heards about oh-fficial Beatles releases is: a.) All four estates gotta agree on every little thing- good luck... b.) They're kinda a proud bunch - & want for top quality as they perceive it on all releases - & wanna for sure Chart high w/ whatever they put out...
Hey!: Are those Copyright Renewal 1963 tracks still up on iTunes - ??...
Avatar 12:54pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...make more >sense< I feel...
Avatar 12:54pm Joe B:

The first imports I saw were hard days night and revolver circa 1978 in junior high, after being immersed in the band for years. that was a mind blower. Kind of like learning radio production in college - everything i know is useless and wrong!
  12:57pm Chris Christie:

Rockin' show, Joe. Just think about the offer is all I ask.
Avatar 12:58pm bibi:

this sounds like chavez.
Avatar 12:59pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I can see 'The Beatles Second Album' (U.S.) as a uinique 'entity' (for example) - but the U.S. 'Revolver' should have the Butcher Cover - 'cause butcher is what they did to maybe the Best Album Ever...
- Little Steven maintains the U.S. versions of the Stones early albums are deffo the ones - but that may be a limited comparison...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:59pm Mike East:

hahaha! what a coincidence...I was just playing the Ringo Starr record that this is on...just bought it last Saturday. Love this version!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:02pm Mike East:

my daughter thought in "Six o'clock" he was singing: "I don't treat you like a...no I don't treat you like a...I don't treat you like a shoe"
Avatar 1:02pm Joe B:

Hi Mike, goodnight vienna? that is a pretty good one.
Avatar 1:03pm Carmichael:

@Mike: Haven't played that LP in years. Is that the one with Harrison's song Photograph?
  1:05pm brandon:

Was The Last song "I Don't Know What to Say" from an album or a single?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:07pm Mike East:

@JoeB - no its on "Ringo"
@Carmichael - yes
Avatar 1:07pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...'Beatles For Sale' is the great sorta less-noticed one between films; there were already tendencies towards FolkRawk (which I love) before 'RubberSoul'...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:07pm efd:

Today's the official release date of that Split Squad album, fyi!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:07pm Mike Sin:

re: Beatles vs. Stones early LPs
The Beatles actually had sessions at EMI scheduled for LPs. The LPs were scheduled pretty strictly and the sessions were set.

The Stones, on the other hand, just stockpiled tracks and released them as needed. Up until about "Aftermath," they were recording in four different studios on two different continents. There are no real definitive versions of those early LPs.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:09pm Mike East:

@Mike Sin - that's pretty damn interesting. thanks.
Avatar 1:09pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- nice & concise MikeSin.
  1:16pm ?:

hmm did Arthur Lee cover this?
Avatar 1:17pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...now - the issue of the Beatles' 9-9-09 Remasters: Is the version we & the World Culture grew up w/ the 'real' version - or the version using 2009 technology to better bring us what the Beatles actually put on tape in Abbey Road Two in hte 1960s - ?? I think they did a hell of a job - definitive Remastering, really - & I'm more than happy w/ it...
Avatar 1:19pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- what I wish is they would've taken the next step & done 20-bit Mastering to bring us that much closer to Analog-style warmth...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:20pm Mike Sin:

RRRNov63 -- None of the 9-9-09 masters try to replicate any issue of the UK LPs and the artifacts associated with them. The engineers expressly stated right at the beginning of the project that they were trying to convey, as transparently as possible, what the master tapes sound like.
  1:21pm geokopp:

You should check out Shameless, Joe, great show.
Avatar 1:21pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Right ! - so what's the 'real' version - ??
Avatar 1:30pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...a PostModern problem; myself - I'm glad to get my ears as close to the Master Tapes as possible ! - & let History - which can't be changed, only researched & collated - fend for itself...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:32pm Mike Sin:

Lot 13 in Bayonne -- the joint that hosted the Black Hollies/Overlake/Wax Darts this past Saturday -- is a cool bar. The Dirty Jerz could use some more fun live music spots.
Avatar 1:33pm Joe B:

did you make the black hollies gig Mike?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:37pm Mike Sin:

re: Black Hollies' gig
Yes, I was there and had a great time. Nice front room and back room. I spent about 10 minutes reading the entire beer list. Great selection. Best part about hanging in NYC is when you decide to drink out in Jersey, you realize just how cheap it can be in spots.
Avatar 1:37pm Joe B:

efd, thanks for the info! I thought it was out a while ago.
  1:37pm Amanda:

Omg- do you know if there has been any news on White Magic / Mira Billotte?? I love her and haven't heard any info for awhile.
Avatar 1:44pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- they're both worth watching Joe - & make a great compare/contrast to each other too. I feel that w/ Todd Haynes - we finally have a Filmmaker who understands Rawk.
Avatar 1:46pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Cate Blanchette as the ModSpeedfreakRockstar Dylan is incredible - haha...
Avatar 1:48pm Joe B:

i didnt like velvet goldmine
Avatar 1:49pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- oh okay...a bit much male buggery but that's GlitterRock - my problem not theirs...
Avatar 1:51pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I do think 'I'm Not There' is better...
Avatar 1:54pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...another basically flawless playlist this week Joe btw...
Avatar 1:56pm Carmichael:

Clicky-starring this Emergency song!
  1:57pm funky bill:

yeah-the grateful dead thanx joe!
  1:58pm John L.:

Customers talking, endlessly, about audiophile stuff, clarity, bringing up Steely Dan and James Taylor as some kinda touchstone for sound. 180 gram vinyl, range of sound, etc. It's giving me a headache. Can you play the best worst recorded record you can think of?
Avatar 1:58pm ken in denver:

The Swami is now residing to CO.
Avatar 1:59pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...maybe we could get this fuzzbox another kick : p ...
Avatar 2:00pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...stomp stomp...hey - it sounds better now !...
Avatar 2:00pm ken in denver:

@John L: The Neon Boys EP?
  2:03pm John L.:

Sure. Hasil Adkins, maybe. Oooh. They stopped.
Avatar 2:05pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...or - we could have Lee Perry pee on the mastertapes...so many possibilities...
Avatar 2:08pm jljl:

efd: are you sure about Split Squad? They gave me a CD back in Aug. and I thought that was "official". Did some label pick it up?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:13pm Mike Sin:

re: "Bad Time"

You probably heard the Roulettes' version.
  2:13pm Tim in VT:

Did you just burp on the air?
  2:14pm Tim in VT:

Sick – cough too
Avatar 2:14pm Joe B:

  2:14pm Tim in VT:

Love the show though
Avatar 2:15pm Joe B:

cough yes burp no.
  2:15pm KP:

Hello from winter wonderland of LI. We'll see if I make it back
  2:16pm LovecraftDude888:

I just had to do yet another fast supermarket walk--again again again oh nooo! all due to storm. not pleased
  2:16pm LovecraftDude888:

I made it back went up the street, snowing, plows out sort of...everyone on LI is bloody asleep at wheel in brain though. mainly
  2:18pm LovecraftDude888:

I cornered market on Peet's coffee
  2:24pm LovecraftDude888:

something annoying me is that every pro sound place is either in NYC or NJ or whatever...anywhere but LI...which is pissing me off as it always has because I can't commute to a job at one of these places from here. It's bloody aggravating. And I can't stand NYC commutes any longer. Arghhh. Why is Long island such a clusterffffffffkkkkk? It truly is. No culture....nobody wants to open a biz like that here.
No money in it. So sad. man. It's sad. c'mon. Even WFMU is in NJ....good lord.
  2:25pm LovecraftDude888:

sorry Joe..i have to vent sometimes. I love the music!! rockin good news! back to the programme
  2:26pm LovecraftDude888:

I mean...half the worthwhile stuff is in NYC or NJ or anywhere but LI. But if you're Bill O'Reilly in your billion dollar mansion in Montauk..you're keen baby. Wankers!!!
  2:27pm LovecraftDude888:

was reading up on SoundCraft or whatever that mastering place in Freehold NJ. Man. Meanwhile Port Washington...we have a library.....a Stop and Shop. nothing much else. asshole cops
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:27pm Mike East:

You guys have some good oysters and clams, though. and traffic. You have the best traffic.
Avatar 2:28pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- yeah but - how's the surf out there - ?!...
  2:28pm LovecraftDude888:

Mike...i'm not even sure about the oysters n clams...maybe. traffic..oh we have that for sure!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:28pm Dominick:

Robble Robble!
  2:29pm LovecraftDude888:

the Surf...oh it's up! way up. the chop out here today should be over the top.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:29pm Mike East:

my buddy from montauk brought me a cooler filled with oysters. they were delicious.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:30pm Mike East:

(does not live in a billion dollar mansion, btw, but a small one bedroom apartment)
  2:30pm LovecraftDude888:

Maybe from Montauk they would be good, fer sure. I never get out that far...ever. The closest was I was in East Hampton for Turkey Day which is a hike and half...such a weird area but I like it more than here,...as long as you have the bucks baby!
  2:31pm LovecraftDude888:

one thing I cannot figure out is, there's a pro DJ shop in Levittown which is where I hail from...i cannot figure out how they do so well here. Guess plenty of NYC DJs live here...or amateurs. cause otherwise..the club heyday of LI was ages ago.
  2:31pm LovecraftDude888:

though there's another one I know of in queens off the LIE service road, so....there are tons of those places around
  2:34pm LovecraftDude888:

I wanna start my own apt. mastering studio called the Scott nonsoundproofed one room Apt. leaky Retarded SoundCrafters Studio To Drive My Neighbors Insane
  2:34pm LovecraftDude888:

  2:35pm LovecraftDude888:

and the dj shop wanted top dollar for Pioneer phones. No thanks
  2:36pm LovecraftDude888:

Ok...everyone else rant...i'm taking a java break!
Avatar 2:38pm glenn:

when rod stewart was good, he was really, really, really good.
  2:39pm LovecraftDude888:

I still haven't even had a single what is it...qauhog? from RI I mean? quayhog ? greased up love hog?
  2:39pm LovecraftDude888:

young tarts breathe free tonight
Avatar 2:41pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...aside from TheWh♂ - there was the JeffBeckGroup before Zep...just sayin'...
  2:41pm John L.:

A little Roky in his voice on this one.
  2:42pm LovecraftDude888:

this sounds great this track. Man i saw Roky four years ago or whatever it was at Southpaw. With Fleshtones opening up. So weird. Weirder than weird.
  2:43pm sissophonic Cheryl:

Go Joe go!
  2:44pm LovecraftDude888:

and then southpaw closed..boohoooo
  2:45pm sissophonic Cheryl:

We also made it to Black Hollies! Mike Sin, did you lay down on top the bar to read that ceiling beer list?
  2:46pm LovecraftDude888:

stand for the fire demoonnuhh!
Avatar 2:48pm ken in denver:

Mocking the comics: joshreads.com
Avatar 3:00pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- 'Sleepwalk', 'Since I Don't Have You' - I was thinking 'This Boy', on the Beatles tack

- another perfect score Joe ! ☆
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