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Goner Message Board / ???? / absolute craziest/fastest/loudest 50's/60's rock'n'roll/r&b/rockabilly songs
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 1:29 am
 
sure we've been through this before... but trying to make a mix cd of the absolute craziest/fastest/loudest 50's/60's rock'n'roll/r&b/rockabilly/soul pounders...

stuff like:
mel smith - pretty plaid skirt
zakary thaks - bad girl
dean carter - jailhouse rock
kid thomas - rockin the joint tonight

any good goner picks?
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 1:41 am
 
Pretty Boy- Bip Bop Bip
Mickey Hawks and The Night Raiders- Bip Bop Boom/ Screamin' Mimi Jeannie/ Cotton' Pickin'
Jerry McCain- Next Door Neighbor
Mickey Lee Lane - The Zoo
Jack Hammer- Wigglin' Fool (blows the Wiggle away big)
Buker Hill- Little Red Riding Hood
Bobby Long and the Satellites- Mo Jo Workout
Piano Slim- Whammy In The Gizmo
Big Al Downing- Georgia Slop
Bobby Davis- Damper Down
Jimmy Mcracklin - The Wobble
The Rumblers - I Don't Need You No More
Poor Boys- Washboard Take 1
Gino Washington- Out Of This World (best song ever!)
Dave Travis and the Premiers- I Don't Like Him
Jerry Lee Lewis HighSchool Confidential (Live at the Star Club version)
The Beatles - I'm Down
Bo Diddley- We're Gonna Get Married/ Cadillac


You want soul, too?
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 1:42 am
 
You heard the version of "Miserlou" by The Roemans rfom the Get A Board! comp? Fucking ferocious.
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 3:14 am
 
I just got Overboard by Sugarboy Crawford at the FMU record fair, anit's pretty insane.

Love Me, by The Phantom

Just about anything by Hasil Adkins that ain't country. I'd pick Chicken Walk, if I hadda pick one

Her Love Rubbed Off- Carl Perkins. There's 2 versions of this (I think) and one is sicker than the the other.

WOOO! Have fun!
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 3:28 am
 
Kid Thomas- Rockin' This Joint Tonight
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 3:35 am
 
In fact, get the Kid Thomas 45 from Norton. Put all four tracks on your cd. GREASY! Almost all the tracks I listed are on comps or have been reissued. Chris Crunch we got's to have a party soon.
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 3:49 am | Edited by: chriscrunch
 
yeah. I got the Kid Thomas single at the wfmu record fair and I'm rockin' the joint in Queens right now! A lot of these songs I'd never heard of but I found most of 'em on soulseek in the last hour... the Big Bop Bip's a winner.
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 3:51 am
 
The Wail Baby Wail track is soooo tough!
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 1:15 pm
 
Screamin' Joe Neal's "Rock 'n' Roll Deacon" deserves a vote. It can be got on a Norton 45.
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 2:27 pm
 
Larry Williams -Heebie Jeebies... there's a super fast take of this, right before they start LW says "These words don't make no sense"!

There's also a nutty outtake of Little Richard doin' "Ooh My Soul" at 1000 MPH.

Justine by Don and Dewey

I Must Be Dreaming - the Robins
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 7:35 pm
 
All of those Jerry McCain demos that Norton reissued on 45 are amazing and totally insane:

855 GERONIMO ROCK & ROLL/CHOO CHOO ROCK
856 A CUTIE NAMED JUDY/IT MUST BE LOVE
857 I'M A DING DONG DADDY FROM A ROCK N ROLL CITY/BELL IN MY HEART
858 MY NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOR/CRYING LIKE A FOOL
859 ROCK N ROLL BALL/I WANT SOMEBODY TO LOVE/TURN YOUR DAMPER DOWN
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 7:37 pm
 
GERONIMO ROCK & ROLL

There an old isue of Wipeout! sitting next to my toilet and it opens with the lyrics from this.
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 7:57 pm | Edited by: stealth387
 
this is what I wanted for my "most rockin" thread

my picks are definetly

the phantom - "love me"
rick nielsen and the chancellors - "scream"
the triumphs - "surfside date"
guitar wolf - "kick out the jams" (although not 50s/60s)
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 7:59 pm
 
the triumphs - "surfside date"

This song will eventually bore the shit outta you.

I'll send you the Ralph Neilson article this week.
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 8:01 pm
 
It just brought to mind a song on a comp our friend Milstein sent us:
"I'm not gonna do it"- Little Frankie March
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 8:09 pm
 
This song will eventually bore the shit outta you.

It's pretty wild, I like it.


I'll send you the Ralph Neilson article this week.


I'll be on the look out for it
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 8:16 pm
 
You want soul, too?

bazooka what's your soul picks
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 8:24 pm
 
Jimmy Soul - Everybody's Gne Ape
Lee Dorsey- Four Corners Pt. 1 (fuck part two)
5 Dutones - The Gouster
Ray Agee- Real Real Love
Big Jay Bush and The House Rockers- Soul Meeting
Original Soul Senders- Soul Brothers Testify pt. one and two
Parkettes- El Matador
Mickey Lee Lane- Hey Sha Lo Ney
This one track from one of those new "the socker" comps is fucking ridiculously fast, dumb and crazed
Tom Jones- Resurrection Shuffle
Perry and the Harmonics- Do the Monkey with James
Harvey Scales and the Seven Sounds- Love Itis (slow but will have you on your knees screaming and pounding the fuckin floor- plus it's better than the more club friendly a side)
I gotta go through my shit...
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 8:29 pm
 
Some greatest rockabilly songs:
Jimmie Dee - Guitar Pickin' Man
Keith Loren - Born to Ramble
Harold & the Offbeats - Three Years
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 8:32 pm
 
more rab:
Allen Page- Dateless Night. Not fast but on fire!

Hey sixteene, who do "Take Up The Slack, Daddio?"
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 8:35 pm
 
The Sabres (I'm almost positive). damn I love that song!!!
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 8:41 pm
 
Yeah! The Sabres! WOOOOOO!!!
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 8:42 pm
 
You just reminded me, I'm gettin' some booze tongiht!
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 8:46 pm
 
Bo Diddley- Bo Diddley-itis
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 8:48 pm
 
Teenie Weenie Man! (from Sin Alley two?)


Who does "Toodles" that on one of the Black Rock'n'Roll comps? That one's great.

Oh shit! Bo Dud (NOT diddley) "Shotgun Rider:" is fuckin' fast and has theycraziest guitar ever!!!
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 8:51 pm
 
FRANKIE FORD! SEA CRUISE!

OOOOOOOOOWEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 9:04 pm
 
you fuckin' squares.
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 9:09 pm
 
Bunker Hill---Girl Can't Dance
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 9:12 pm
 
Isn't there a track just called "Wild" that consists of someone shouting Wild! a lot?
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 9:20 pm
 
you mentioned Zachary Thaks up there... are you looking for garage too? I'm assuming you have all the BFTG series.
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 9:24 pm
 
Yes! Bunker Hill's "Girl Can't Dance" is insane.
The Jerry Lee Lewis "Live at the Star Club" record is rocket fueled.
My personal fave is "Geronimo Rock n' Roll" by Jerry McCain.
Almost any early Little Richard will knock you down pretty good too.
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 9:35 pm
 
Ronnie Dawson "Do Do Do (you love me)" n Rockin Bones
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 10:45 pm
 
the evil 'i'm movin' on'
outcasts '1523 Blair'
rockabilly...
buddy and the cats 'is it just a game'
that tyrone schmidling 7" on norton
ike turner (or icky renrut) - 'jack rabbit'
dell vaughn 'rock the universe'
larry terry 'hep cat'
the alabama kid 'rockin' jalopy'
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 10:46 pm | Edited by: bazooka joe
 
that tyrone schmidling 7" on norton

HAHA! How is that record? Apparently it's nuts. I was just laughing to 16 about that guy the other day cuz his name rules. I've never heard a lick of him though.
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 10:48 pm
 
Isn't there a track just called "Wild" that consists of someone shouting Wild! a lot?

that's 'wild' by the gentry's....it's on that norton 'wild wild wild'7" or i think it's on back to the grave 7 (?). that song'll melt your needle
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 10:49 pm
 
that tyrone schmidling iis fucking great...two songs of just him bashing on his guitar and a bunch of random people banging on things in the background for the percussion....the b-side is a great cover of 'honey don't'. that's one of my favorite rockabilly singles...the story behind it is great too.
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 10:50 pm
 
I'm on it. Thanks!
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 10:54 pm
 
i have a 7" by the rhythm rockers which is a hyper-fast, super-echoey rockabilly song called 'my shadow'. i think it's on the 'miami rockabilly'
Posted: Nov 8, 2005 10:59 pm
 
marty shann and the morticians 'red headed woman' 7". if you dig, hasil, this is it!
that herbie duncan 7" on norton
Posted: Nov 9, 2005 12:56 am
 
Herbie Duncan is sooo moronic. I'd hold off on a fast crazy mix disc and put it on sonmething else. I actually made a mix a cople weeks ago with Herbie on it, but it was all rab/ r'n'b stuff. Of coure the Musical Lynn Twins was on it too. Herbie and the Musical lynn Twins is like p.b. 'n j.
Posted: Nov 9, 2005 1:08 am
 
This might be early 70s, but the King Funk compilation, which is great all the way through, has a "follow-up" to Tighten Up ("Tighten Up Tighter"?) that's descibed in some places as a cover, but sounds more like a different song to me. It's super-fast - sounds like the players had about 37 cups of coffee before recording it. Wild!!
Posted: Nov 9, 2005 2:16 am
 
Anybody lstened to Wooly Bully lately? Goddamn is that song good...
Posted: Nov 9, 2005 3:02 am
 
my mix cd is turning into a mammoth box set! thanks for all the tips, I'll burn copies for whoever wants...
Posted: Nov 9, 2005 3:34 am
 
Is this all of of soulseek?That seems likeit's a g ood resource. Hopy shot im' sooo wastd...
Posted: Nov 9, 2005 3:40 am
 
It's a good idea to get acquanted wit hthe Big Itch nd Bug Out series. Sorry, i'm wased
Posted: Nov 9, 2005 3:44 am
 
Have you considered Sea Cruise? It's rally so bad ass. Wooly Buly too. I'
m gettin into some ska crazy tonight.
Posted: Nov 9, 2005 3:50 am
 
yeah! I found 80% of these tunes on soulseek lickety-split. it's a great resource for stuff like this. there's a GONERS room on there.
Posted: Nov 9, 2005 3:56 am
 
Thanks for you guys for reminding me how great Jerry Lee at the Star Club is. I don't know how easy it is to get but everyone needs this record!!!
Posted: Nov 9, 2005 3:58 am
 
Sea Cruise
Is hasil adkins cover wild?
and what about his cover of "rockin' robin"?

I was just thinking an hour ago, that I'd like to listen to "wooly booly"
and/or do a cover of it.
Posted: Nov 9, 2005 4:06 am
 
Don't cover Wooly Bully until you are ready.

All Hasil covers are ood.

DO NOT underestimate the power of Sea Cruise by Franc isco Ferrand or whatever bis name is. Wowo! What a song!
Posted: Nov 9, 2005 4:07 am
 
Don't cover Wooly Bully until you are ready.



fuggit. go for it. but really...
Posted: Nov 9, 2005 3:34 pm
 
I heard "rockin robin" and it was great

I am not ready to cover "wooly booly" yet
but I will be
Posted: Nov 9, 2005 3:49 pm
 
Paul Chaplain - Shortnin' Bread
Posted: Nov 9, 2005 6:41 pm
 
hey bazooka joe, was the story of the musical lynn twins ever covered? like in Kicks or something?? i've always wanted to know about that record....is it a novelty or does he really think he's got the rockabilly voice down?

you could probably grab anything off the first two sin alleys....is it volume three that has 'shoutabamalama'? that version smokes
Posted: Nov 9, 2005 6:46 pm
 
Yeah that version of Shoutbamalama is boss. I have another Otis version that don't exactly cut it.

I only have a few issues of Kicks but I bet you could email Norton for an answer on the Musical Lynn Twins. That's also one of the rarest too.
Posted: Nov 9, 2005 7:41 pm
 
i was hoping when they reissued it that they would have the story printed on the sleeve, but t'wasn't meant to be.....

few others...
mike fernandez 'a-bomb bop'
sax cari ' chocolate fizz'
Posted: Nov 14, 2005 5:29 pm
 
I'm not sure when it will be out officially, but there's a new comp on Atomic Passion (Blowin' Through Yokahama/ Teen Age Riot) called RAMPAGE! and it kicks much ass. You can probably order it through Norton Records now.
Posted: Nov 14, 2005 8:43 pm
 
I hear Wooly Bully everywhere I go. Most of the time, my head only plays me two or three songs; Louie Louie, Surfin' Bird and Wooly Bully.
There's nothin' I can do to change that.
Posted: Nov 15, 2005 1:44 am
 
speaking of comps... I remember reading about a year ago that a new Back from the Grave volume was coming out. Crypt even put up one of those banner ads things on garagepunk.com promoting. Is Tim still doing it? anyone know???
Posted: Dec 5, 2005 12:19 am
 
chriscrunch,

I would love to hear the mix cd you're putting together from this list.

It would definitely help in my own excavations of the gold allegedly held in the hills that are this thread.

Send word on how I could get it, and I'll hit you back w/ a mix o' mine.

Thx!
Posted: Dec 5, 2005 1:56 am
 
THE MONKS. In my mind they would likely be considered the best American garage band if they didn't form overseas. All the members were American but they met in the service AND THOSE haircuts and hangman's nooses!
Posted: Dec 5, 2005 1:21 pm
 
hey pheezy - shoot me an email at chriscrunch73 at hotmail dot com
Posted: Dec 5, 2005 3:06 pm
 
That Bobby Long & the Satellites is the greatest! The one I got is on red vinyl and I've been wondering if they were all red. Is yours B.J.?
Posted: Dec 5, 2005 3:45 pm
 
Mine's BLUE! I'm pretty sure those were the only two colors. The blue one is awesome cuz the label is red. GREAT contrast.
Posted: Dec 6, 2005 12:45 pm
 
Chuck Edwards "Bullfight"
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