Discussion in 'Rock Lounge' started by Nai Noswad, Oct 21, 2019.
Quick somebody play Sabbath!
Make that one of my LP records people Johnny Winter And... Live!.
Rock & Roll!!.
There's the rub Biker..Radio memories are sometimes crud...but with less hair and another belt hole being used...some are not that bad!
(A few i recollect..Art Class at school-the tutor allowed my Bush tapeplayer in the room..some DJ's didn't 'crash' the song or vocals- so you could tape off the radio for a mix-tape.)
Billy Swan - I Can Help.
The Who - Squeeze Box.
The Steve Gibbons Band -Tulane.
(Elvis..back on the wireless.)
Elvis Presley - Way Down.
Crazy Cavan And The Rhythm Rockers- Cross My Heart.
(Rockabilly was all sections..Whirlwind and Matchbox, Darts even Showaddywaddy!..when The Cramps hit the sets..all hell let loose - JC's Jukebox was my pilgrimage Sat'day morning.)
Robert Gordon and Link Wray - The Fool.
( punk was snapping at musics heels- Richard Gottehrer..from Private Stock Records..not only worked with a punky Link- but pushed the upcoming Blondie with their X-Offender and Rip Her To Shreds.
Incredible Bongo Band/Bongo Rock '73
Lee Moses/Hey Joe/1971
Oh, hey... that reminds me of a radio hit by T. Rex ("Bang A Gong") from the early 70's -- which then reminds me of another radio hit by T. Rex ("Jeepster") from the ealry 70's. Thanks, Frands!
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