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Posted: May 7, 2007 3:11 pm
 
Anyone have these? I just read about them on another forum:

Lux & Ivy's Favorites - Volume 1

01. Sheriff And The Revels - Shombolar
02. Sid King And The Five Strings - Let 'er Rip
03. Ersal Hickey - Bluebirds Over The Mountain
04. Ersal Hickey - Hangin Around
05. Ronnie Dawson - Action Packed
06. Ronnie Self - Date Bait
07. Vern Pullens - Bop Crazy Baby
08. Donald Woods And The Belairs - Death Of An Angel
09. Gene Maltais - Crazy Baby
10. Billy Ward And His Dominoes - The Bells
11. Bob McFadden - The Mummy
12. Forbidden Five - RFD Rangoon
13. Forbidden Five - Enchanted Farm
14. Medallions - Behind The Door
15. Nervous Norvous - Transfusion
16. Clovers - Crawlin
17. Penguins - Earth Angel
18. Blenders - Don't Fuck Around With Love
19. Sparkle Moore - Skull And Crossbones
20. Versatones - Bila
21. Versatones - Tight Skirt Tight Sweater
22. Tornados - Telstar
23. Treniers - Poon Tang
24. Clovers - Rotten Cocksuckers Ball
25. Collins Kids - Whistle Bait
26. The Chips - Rubber Biscuits
27. Jan And Arnie - Jennie Lee

Lux & Ivy's Favorites - Volume 2

01. 13th Floor Elevators - You're Gonna Miss Me
02. Ric Cartey - Young Love
03. Slim Harpo - Strange Love
04. The Champs - Train To Nowhere
05. Cozy Cole - Topsy, Part One And Two
06. Zacherle - Dinner With Dracula
07. Randey Alvey - Green Fuzz
08. Jackie Morningstar - Rockin In The Graveyard
09. John Buck And His Blazers - Forbidden City
10. Marvin Rainwater - Hot And Cold
11. Blues Rockers - Calling All Cows
12. Five Blobs - The Blob
13. Ric Cartey - Oo Eee
14. June Wilkinson And Mamie Van Doren - Bikini With No Top On Top
15. Wayne Williams - Red Hot Mama
16. Boss-Tones - Mope-itty Mope
17. Keith Courvale - Trapped Love
18. Storey Sisters - Bad Motorcycle
19. Lightnin' Slim - It's Mighty Crazy
20. McFadden And Dor - Noisy Village
21. Crescents - Pink Dominoes
22. Marketettes - Out Of Limits
23. Chimes - Zindy Lou
24. Crystals - The Screw
25. Invectas - The Hump
26. Earl Hagen And The New Interns - New Interns Watusi
27. Billy Ward And The Dominoes - Jennie Lee

Lux & Ivy's Favorites - Volume 3

01. Pretty Things - Come See Me
02. The Leather Boy - On the Go
03. Roy Brown - Butcher Pete Part 1
04. Roy Brown - Butcher Pete Part 2
05. The Carnations - Scorpion
06. The Imps - Uh-Oh
07. Doctor Ross - The Boogie Disease
08. Howlin' Wolf - Smokestack Lightnin'
09. Polka Dot Slim - A Thing You Gotta Face
10. The Ventures - The Rat
11. Mohammed Rafi aka Ted Lyons And His Cubs - Jaan Pehechaan Ho
12. Bo Diddley - Congo
13. Anton LaVey - Satan Takes a Holiday (instrumental)
14. The Symbols - Do the Zombie
15. The Scarlets - Stampede
16. Danny Dell & The Trends - Froggy
17. Johnny Kidd & The Pirates - Shakin' All Over
18. Kinks - You Really Got Me
19. The Strangers - Caterpillar Crawl
20. Porter Waggoner - Rubber Room
21. Robert Mitchum - Ballad of Thunder Road
22. Duane Eddy - Ramrod
23. Dick Penner - Cindy Lou
24. Ideals - Go Go Gorilla
25. Jack Nitzsche - The Lonely Surfer
26. Johnny Burnette Trio - Honey Hush
27. Mickey & Sylvia - No Good Lover
28. Duane Eddy - Stalkin'
29. Bo Diddley - I'm A Man
30. Johnny Fortune - Dragster
31. The Gee Cees - Buzzsaw Twist

Lux & Ivy's Favorites - Volume 4

01. Gene Summers - Taboo
02. Roland Janes - Guitarville
03. The Citations - Moon Race
04. Electro-Tones - Ghost Train
05. Hank Davis - Woman Train
06. Jack Nitzsche - Rumble (1963)
07. Stingrays - Surfers Mood
08. Charlie Feathers - In the Pines
09. Ric Cartey - My Babe
10. Reverend Charles Jackson - Wrapped Up and Tangled Up In Jesus
11. Les Baxter - Lust
12. Satan's Sadists OST - The Chase Is On
13. Jan Davis - The Time Funnel
14. Atlantics - War Of The Worlds
15. Clyde Stacey - Hoy Hoy
16. Electric Prunes - Dr. Do Good
17. The Five Jones Boys - Mr. Ghost Goes To Town
18. Jackie & The Starlighters - Valerie
19. Musical Linn Twins - Rockin' Out the Blues
20. Hugh Barrett & The Victors - Fungus Among us
21. Cannibal & the Headhunters - Zulu King
21. Charlie Feathers - She Set Me Free
22. Portuguese Joe - Teenage Riot
23. Gene Maltais - Gang War
24. The Musical Linn Twins - Indian Rock
25. Jimmy Rogers - Mule Skinner Blues
26. Ron Thompson - Switchblade
27. Legendary Stardust Cowboy - Paralyzed
28. Vernon Green & The Phantoms - Sweet Breeze
29. Davie Allan & the Arrows - Theme from the Unknown
30. Iggy Pop and the Stooges - 1970

Lux & Ivy's Favorites - Volume 5

01. Swamp Rats - Louie Louie
02. The Trashmen - Bird '65
03. Link Wray & The Raymen - The Fuzz
04. Peanuts Wilson - Cast Iron Arm
05. Bo Diddley - The Story Of Bo Diddley
06. Homer Denison, Jr. - Chickie Run
07. Curley Griffin - Got Rockin' On My Mind
08. The Isley Brothers - Nobody But Me
09. Ron Haydock & The Boppers - 99 Chicks
10. Bill Carter - Baby Brother
11. Andre Williams - Andre Williams Is Moving
12. The Quotations - Imagination
13. Carl Perkins - Let The Jukebox Keep Playing
14. The Sparkles - Oh Girls, Girls
15. Julie London - Yummy, Yummy, Yummy
16. The Lifeguards - Everybody Out'ta The Pool
17. Ken Nordine - Strollin' Spooks
18. Ken Nordine - Fliberty Jib
19. Ramones - Beat On The Brat
20. Betty McQuaid - Toungue Tied
21. Ronnie Ray's Playboys - The Vulture
22. The Revels - Midnight Stroll
23. Ray Anthony - Dragnet
24. Link Wray - Genocide
25. Don Charles Presents The Singing Dogs - Oh! Susanna
26. Deadly Ones - Monster Surfing Time
27. Edwin Bruce - Sweet Woman
28. Ted Weems & Elmo Tanner - Heartaches
29. Vito & The Salutations - Unchained melodies
30. Jack Eely and the Courtmen - Louie Louie '66

Lux & Ivy's Favorites - Volume 6

01. Earl Wade - I Dig Rock'n'Roll
02. Ran-Dells - Martian Hop
03. The Saxons - Camel Walk
04. The Nitecats - Jungle
05. Charlie Gracie - Guitar Boogie
06. The Flamingos - I Only Have Eyes For You
07. Kenny Owen - I Got The Bug
08. The Phantom - Whisper Your Love
09. Moses Longpiece - Slide Her Under the Door
10. Ray Harris - Come on Little Mama
11. The Cables - Choo choo
12. The Charades - Flamingo
13. Ronnie Isle - Wicked
14. Andre Williams With The Gino Parks Quartet - Pass The Biscuits Please
15. Gene Lamarr - That Crazy Little House On The Hill
16. The Innocents - I'm A Hog For You
17. Thee Midniters - Jump Jive And Harmonize
18. Bob Taylor & The Counts - Thunder
19. Mad Magazine - (She Got A) Nose Job
20. The Five Sharps - Stormy Weather
21. Booker T & the MG's - Green Onions
22. Jack Nitzsche - The Last Race
23. Elvis Presley - Milkcow Blues Boogie
24. The Fleetwoods - Unchained Melody
25. Mad Magazine - When My Pimples Turned To Dimples
26. Grace Tennessee & The American Spirits - Pow Wow
27. Phil & the Frantics - Say That You Will
28. Pasquale & The Lunar-Tiks - Moon Madness
29. Arthur Lyman - Taboo
Posted: May 7, 2007 3:47 pm
 
I have vol 1. It's cool.
Posted: May 7, 2007 3:51 pm
 
How long have they been out?
Posted: May 7, 2007 3:52 pm
 
I want all of these. Who released them?
Posted: May 7, 2007 3:53 pm
 
I don't know anything sbout them and I'm guessing they aren't on wax judging by the number of songs per volume.
Posted: May 7, 2007 3:54 pm
 
There are mp3's of these all over soulseek, if yr hip to that.
Posted: May 7, 2007 3:58 pm
 
I've heard that, but I don't have the patience, plus I have a mac. That affects whether or not I could even use slsk, right?
Posted: May 7, 2007 3:59 pm
 
20. Versatones - Bila
21. Versatones - Tight Skirt Tight Sweater


I actually just got a copy of this 45 yesterday. I recommend everybody pick it up and have your minds blown.
Posted: May 7, 2007 4:07 pm
 
There's a 3rd-party client for soulseek on macs, called ssX. It's supposedly nicer than the PC version. It still requires patience, tho.

http://chris.schleifer.net/ssX/
Posted: May 7, 2007 4:08 pm | Edited by: Rev_Dan
 
I have Vol. and 6... Still lookin' for the others..
Posted: May 7, 2007 4:09 pm
 
So you know the power of The Versatones "Bila" then. Wanna post an mp3?
Posted: May 7, 2007 4:10 pm
 
shit. I meant Vol 5 & 6
Posted: May 7, 2007 4:14 pm
 
Fag.
Posted: May 7, 2007 4:25 pm | Edited by: Vinyl Ritchie
 
gotta be bootleg/pirate CDs...the licensing for those things would be a fucking nightmare. Lux and Ivy have shit tons of 45s...ya ever seen their collection? whoa.

Marketettes - Out Of Limits...tune!
Posted: May 7, 2007 4:29 pm
 
ya ever seen their collection?

I've imagined it. I heard they raided the Sun vaults in the 70's and got everything for a nickle a piece!
Posted: May 7, 2007 4:35 pm
 
Bila!
Posted: May 7, 2007 4:35 pm
 
You know it? NUTS!!!
Posted: May 7, 2007 4:39 pm
 
Wait til you monkey fuckers hear the new Twistin' Rumble comps.

THE SICKEST!!!
Posted: May 7, 2007 4:42 pm
 
Lux and Ivy have shit tons of 45s...ya ever seen their collection? whoa.

You ever read the Re/Search Incredibly Strange Music books? I used to have vol. 1 and 2 and they had an interview with Lux and Ivy with pictures of their collection. It's sick!
Posted: May 7, 2007 4:45 pm
 
They aren't official releases, as far as I know. Just, like download comps or something.
Posted: May 7, 2007 4:49 pm
 
You can read some of the Lux and Ivy interview here....

URL
Posted: May 7, 2007 4:49 pm
 
They aren't official releases, as far as I know. Just, like download comps or something.

Oh, so there's no cover art or anything?
Posted: May 7, 2007 4:53 pm
 
Oh, so there's no cover art or anything?

I don't think so.

Some more info: http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2006/04/lux_and_ivys_fa.html
Posted: May 7, 2007 4:54 pm
 
These were put together by a fan who went through a million Lux and Ivy interviews and comped every song they ever mentioned, Cramps covers, etc... At least that's what the little birdie told me.

Bila rules! I've been rockin' it for a long time since I heard it on one of my fave doo wop comps, Memories of Time Square Record Shop Vol 1, eons ago.

Hot Dog Dooley Wah!
Posted: May 7, 2007 4:56 pm
 
Bazooka Joe sure does love that ol timey rock-n-roll. That kinda music just soothes his soul. I bet he likes to reminisce about the days of old, when he pulls those old records off the shelf and sits listening to em by himself.
Posted: May 7, 2007 4:57 pm
 
Hi,

These "Home-made" comps have been made by a friend called nimereht (from MONKEY BUTLERS, an extremely good garage band). We are many cramps fans and the idea of these comps was of compiled all the songs that the cramps have cited in interviews, radio or TV shows, etc... or simply compiled by lux himself, like by exemple in the famous Vip Vop tapes. Evidently, there's blanks as by exemple the famous "The First Singles From Outer Space" by NASA & THE SPUTNIKS given in a Lux's Top 10 in march 80 in the NME (but we are sure that it's a joke of Lux), or the famous genius "Peter Gunn" version of the vip vop...



The same "nimereht" that post here???
Posted: May 7, 2007 5:46 pm
 
I do believe...
Posted: May 7, 2007 5:49 pm
 
I was recently on a tear with "Songs the Cramps Taught Us." Fun stuff.
Posted: May 7, 2007 5:50 pm | Edited by: mikemack
 
Wait til you monkey fuckers hear the new Twistin' Rumble comps.

THE SICKEST!!!


when are these comin out? end of May? I ordered somthing from crypt a week or so ago and when they emailed me back they mentioned something about some new bad ass comps comin out...these be dem?
Posted: May 7, 2007 6:46 pm
 
I've been diggin' on the versatones for a few years now.
Posted: May 7, 2007 7:01 pm
 
well fuck you then!

BWAHAHAHAAAAAAAA!
Posted: May 7, 2007 7:31 pm
 
Posted: May 7, 2007 7:43 pm
 
Thanks Jasper! Bila doesn't sound nearly as cracking as I heard it over the phone yesterday, but still happy I have it on the way.
Posted: May 7, 2007 7:48 pm
 
More requests?
Posted: May 7, 2007 7:53 pm
 
I think anybody on this board who hasn't yet heard "Rotten Cocksuckers Ball" would be appreciative.
Posted: May 7, 2007 8:04 pm
 
Posted: May 7, 2007 8:08 pm
 
You can start being appreciative, folks!
Posted: May 7, 2007 8:12 pm
 
ROTTEN COCKSUCKERS!!!
Posted: May 7, 2007 8:51 pm
 
I, for one, am most appreciative, Jasper! Wicked keen!
Posted: May 8, 2007 6:30 am
 
yeah, its the NIMEREHT that posts here. manch-vegas' own!
Posted: May 8, 2007 12:19 pm
 
oh and btw i have vol 1-8
Posted: May 8, 2007 12:22 pm
 
but they are mp3
Posted: May 8, 2007 1:41 pm
 
seven

01 Marvin & Johnny - Vip Vop.mp3
02 The Original Starfires - Fender Bender.mp3
03 Ronnie Kae - Drums Fell Off The Cliff.mp3
04 Young Jessie - Lonesome Desert.mp3
05 Andre Williams & The Don Juans - Pulling Time.mp3
06 Joe Clay - Did You Mean Jelly Bean.mp3
07 T-Rex - Rip Off.mp3
08 The Champs - Night Owl.mp3
09 Betty Mcquade - Blue Train.mp3
10 Sparkle Moore - Tiger.mp3
11 Stan Freberg - John and Marsha.mp3
12 The Dial Tones - Boss.mp3
13 The Vocaleers - Cootie Snap.mp3
14 The Tokens - Bwanina (Pretty Girl).mp3
15 Mississippi Mud Mashers - Moonglow.mp3
16 John & Jackie - Little Girl.mp3
17 Falcons - Now That Its Over.mp3
18 Mr Undertaker - Here Lies Love.mp3
19 Andre Williams - The Greasy Chicken.mp3
20 Roky Erickson - Red Temple Prayer (Two-Headed Dog).mp3
21 Kay Martin - Swamp Girl.mp3
22 The Grey Stokes - The Legend of Tarzan.mp3
23 Mac Rebennack - Storm Warning (Long Version).mp3
24 Charlie Feathers - That Certain Female.mp3
25 Ronnie Self - Bop-A-Lena.mp3
26 Jaynettes - Sally Go 'Round The Roses.mp3
27 The Sensational Nightingales - Standing In The Judgment.mp3
28 Stan Freberg - St George And The Dragonet.mp3
dir.txt


eight

01 R Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra Fanfare.mp3
02 Screamin' Jay Hawkins - I Put A Spell On You.mp3
03 Love - My Flash On You [mono].mp3
04 American Teens - Shake Shake Baby.mp3
05 The Gamblers - LSD-25.mp3
06 Unknown Artist - Unknown Song.mp3
07 Lee Chandler & The Blue Rhythm - Tree Top.mp3
08 The Strikes - If You Can't Rock Me.mp3
09 Buddy Miller - Teen Twist.mp3
10 The Tides - Midnight Limbo.mp3
11 Unknown Artist - Unknown Song.mp3
12 Chaino - The Pigmy Song.mp3
13 Johnnie Honeycutt - Blue Song of Love.mp3
14 Kitty & Sheeny Lanier - Do The Whip.mp3
15 The Dirtbombs - Can't Stop Thinking About It.mp3
16 Betty Smith & The Rhythmmaster - Yeah Baby.mp3
17 Rudy Thacker & The Stringbusters - Black Train.mp3
18 Stacy Bengal & His Six Outfielders - I Come To Demolish Cleveland.mp3
19 The Gamblers - Moon Dawg!.mp3
20 Unknown Artist - Unknown Song.mp3
21 The Viscounts - Harlem Nocturn.mp3
22 Billy Lee Riley - Flying Saucers Rock 'n' Roll.mp3
23 David Seville - Witch Doctor.mp3
24 Freddie Cannon - Palisades Park.mp3
25 Kay Martin - The Heel.mp3
26 Sheb Wooley - The Purple People Eater.mp3
27 2000 Maniacs OST - Theme From 2000 Maniacs.mp3
28 Unkown Artist - Unknown Song.mp3
29 Mad Mike & The Maniacs - The Hunch.mp3
30 Sparkle Moore - Flower of My Heart.mp3
dir.txt
Posted: May 8, 2007 3:11 pm
 
15 The Dirtbombs - Can't Stop Thinking About It.mp3


ugh. the whole series is rurnt.
Posted: May 11, 2007 7:47 pm
 
Thanks Michael Bateman er... Baker!
Posted: May 11, 2007 7:59 pm
 
welc tar baby
Posted: May 11, 2007 10:06 pm
 
that'd be me....

volume 9 on the way sometime this summer...here's the bit i wrote for the last volume that you can download on soulseek...some wild portugese dude is making covers for them as we speak...

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Lux and Ivy's
Favorites!!!


Ok, I got kind of sick of repeating this story 1000 times. So figured I'd include this in the latest volume. I'm the guy who compiles the Lux and Ivy's Favorites Compilations.

It started as a way to keep track of some of the songs Lux , and or Ivy, mentioned in THE INCREDIBLY STRANGE MUSIC BOOK. It was never really intended as anything but a way for a friend of mine and me to have 2 really kick ass compilations.

So we went about the arduous process of finding all the songs mentioned in that interview. It took a loooong time. We used the file sharing program, Napster, as well as our own personal collections.

So, one thing leads to another and when word got around that these compilations were out there, they started being traded from fan to fan to fan. So at some point I decided to put them up on Napster and let anyone who wanted them have them.

As the years went buy, more interviews with Lux and Ivy kept popping up, and the list of songs they mentioned got longer and longer. This resulted in new volumes.

People have asked why songs from THE PURPLE KNIF SHOW have appeared, or why a song or two have appeared that are on the SONGS THE CRAMPS TAUGHT US 3 cd set. Well its simple. The songs that are on TPKS are in less than stellar quality, and some are not featured in their entirety. So, I figured I'd feature them as part of LAIF. Volume one and two of LAIF "came out" or were compiled before STCTU appeared on the scene.

Other people have asked why these haven't appeared as proper releases. The answer to that is easy. I'm not in this to make any money. Like I said above, I just wanted to make compilations for myself with some of the most amazing music ever put to tape. If other people enjoy them, great, but don't expect to see these in stores or on ebay (unless somebody starts bootlegging them, but there is no need since they are easily available thru Soulseek and other file sharing programs).

In the end, these comps are a tribute to my heroes, The Cramps.

Thanks go out to Chuck in Milford NH, Patrick in France, Ben in Chicago, Rex Doane and anyone else along the way who helped out.

Enjoy

Nimereht

Ps. LAIF volume 8 includes 4 songs that I haven't been able to identify. Can you help? They are labeled as UNKNOWN ARTIST UNKNOWN SONG. I'm not telling where and how I got these songs, but needless to say for whatever reason, the track list does not exist. If you can ID these songs please let me know! Either thru Soulseek or The Cramps yahoo group, STAYSICK!
Posted: May 11, 2007 10:17 pm
 
SOLID!
Posted: May 11, 2007 10:27 pm
 
also, there are some tracks that are kinda messed up and at some point i will go back and "remaster" them so they all have better sound quality...

i also have made a shit load of other home made comps, including a "songs we taught jack, greg and eric" volume and some comps of 45's that i have...

soulseek

user name

nimereht
Posted: May 11, 2007 10:49 pm
 
any chance for ind trades of lossless vols--????
Posted: May 11, 2007 10:50 pm
 
songs we taught jack, greg and eric"



i'm sure eric (and I) wld love to see that tk listing...
Posted: May 11, 2007 11:01 pm
 
the easiest thing is use soulseek...no spyware, etc...works with dial up too...

i made the oblivians one years ago....trio, young jessie, rolling stones, the monks, etc...
Posted: May 12, 2007 1:17 am
 
15 The Dirtbombs - Can't Stop Thinking About It.mp3


ugh. the whole series is rurnt.



Oh, come on.
Posted: May 12, 2007 1:59 am
 
the cramps mentioned this song in an interview when they were asked about mick collins...ivy especially liked the song...

i wonder if she knows it was done by the romantics?
Posted: May 12, 2007 4:50 pm
 
15 The Dirtbombs - Can't Stop Thinking About It.mp3


ugh. the whole series is rurnt.


Oh, come on.



People that like the Dirtbombs embarrass me. ok, the 1st alb had it's moments. but they wore off real quick.
Posted: May 12, 2007 5:01 pm
 

People that like the Dirtbombs embarrass me




i cld not disagree more; their third lp is better (best); their cover of smokey's if you can want on second is one of my fave covers of all time; and they are kickin live.

the word embarrass seems too extreme, unless you wanted a word that would rhyme with ass
Posted: May 12, 2007 5:07 pm
 
and they are kickin live.


way too calculated live. it's almost like watching the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Posted: May 12, 2007 5:34 pm
 
i'm suspicious of everybody, even myself. sometimes i sit around and listen to music and i'm like, "do i really like this shit?"
Posted: May 14, 2007 4:58 am
 
Clovers - Rotten Cocksuckers Ball mp3

Thank you for posting this. When I was hunting down doo wop records I came across this on a list and shit a brick/pissed my pants. I couldn't belive that there was a 1950s doowop song with this title. HAhah, great.
Posted: May 14, 2007 5:33 am
 
cramps new record is a tribute to johnny rebel.
Posted: May 15, 2007 9:31 pm | Edited by: nimereht
 
[i]cramps new record is a tribute to johnny rebel.





untrue
Posted: May 15, 2007 9:56 pm
 
lux's brother 's band played at my first wedding


true
Posted: May 15, 2007 10:59 pm
 
bazooka... on the lux & ivy topic... there's a new lux portrait on my site today. man.... the cramps broke the record on visits to my site yesterday. thanks goners
Posted: May 15, 2007 11:03 pm
 
the cramps broke the record on visits to my site yesterday



think of the hits with a jane birkin gallery

woo hoo!!
Posted: May 15, 2007 11:21 pm
 
you bring me jane birkin so i can take her portrait and i'll split the google ad sense revenue with you....
Posted: May 15, 2007 11:54 pm
 
the cramps broke the record on visits to my site yesterday. thanks goners

i posted the link on the staysick group.
Posted: May 15, 2007 11:57 pm
 
ou bring me jane birkin so i can take her portrait


can these dudes paly at the party?

URL
Posted: May 16, 2007 12:02 am
 

i posted the link on the staysick group.


thanks!
Posted: May 22, 2007 9:34 pm
 
volume 9 will be hitting soulseek in a few days...just gotta iron a few things out...
Posted: Aug 30, 2008 11:39 am
 
volume 10 is now up on soulseek...

here's the tracklisting...

01. bob and jerry - ghost satellite
02. fat daddy holmes - where yo is
03. don covay - switchen' in the kitchen
04. Bob Lee - Wanted For Questioning
05. Tielman Brothers - Marabunta
06. the grass-hoppers - twin beat
07. the jet streams - who me-
08. dicky doo & the don'ts - flip top box
09. Sidney Jo Lewis - Boppin' To Grandfather's Clock
10. Albert Elias - King Kong
11. the charts - ooba gooba
12. the mogambos - Bi-Aza-Ku-Sasa
13. El-Capris - Safari
14. Wildmen - King Of The Jungle
15.The Enchanters - Cafe Bohemian
16. Ganim's Asia Minors - Daddy Lolo
17. The Peels - Fun
18. Bernie Turner & The Armorettes-Ching Ching Wong
19. The Highlights - Ah So!
20. Dicky Doo & The Don'ts - Nee Nee Na Na Na Na
21. The Duals - Stick Shift
22. johnny parker - tv commercial
23. Jimmy Lloyd - You're gone baby
24. paul peek - olds-mo-william
25. Lee Ross - The Mummy's Bracelet
26. Ivan - Real Wild Child
27. The Impacs - Kool It
28. Senor Soul - The Mouse
29. Senor Soul - Soul Sermon
30. the peeks - juanita banana
31. Ganimian & His Orientals - My Funny Valentine
Posted: Aug 30, 2008 2:23 pm
 
Bob Lee - Wanted For Questioning


Miriam Linna's Favorite song.
Posted: Aug 30, 2008 2:56 pm
 
Posted: Aug 30, 2008 4:19 pm
 
lame
Posted: Aug 31, 2008 9:00 am
 
Could somebody please rapidshare these?

Or, point me to a blog that has them posted? Thanks.
Posted: Aug 31, 2008 1:14 pm
 
http://chiefwashharris.blogspot.com/2008/06/lux-ivys-favorites.html


1-6 haven't checked to see if correct or not
Posted: Sep 13, 2008 4:59 am
 
soulseek

user name

nimereht


but are you off line for almost a month now, as never happened for years that i am browsing your files, or is it something wrong with my new instalation?
Posted: Sep 13, 2008 9:49 am | Edited by: ottawarockerdude
 
Posted: Sep 13, 2008 12:44 pm
 
you have to be on the new soulseek... make sure you are running the most up to date version. they just moved things to a new server or something...
Posted: Sep 13, 2008 1:10 pm
 
Pappy's got a record with Lux's L.A. radio show.
I think this is what you're posting. I have no idea what # it is,(and don't care), BUT HIS DOUBLE RECORD IS PRETTY INTERESTING TO ME11111


My friend was wearing a cramps hat I gave him at work last night....WHILE TALKING BUSINESS WITH CLIENTS, AND DRINKIN' THE jACK dANIALS!!!!1
Posted: Sep 25, 2008 9:33 am
 
and volume eleven...

01. jay jay imus and freddy ford - the boogala
02. saxie russel - el monkey
03. Merced Blue Notes - Do The Pig
04. the revels - Intoxica
05. The Premiers - Firewater
06. The Cherokees-Uprising
07. The Chiefs - Apache
08. Arondies - Class Of '69
09. Dragon Walk - The Noblemen
10. dynamos - woh! woh! yea! yea!
11. the Caps-Red Headed Flea
12. the corvettes - pick up
13. The Bangers - Baby Let Me Bang Your Box
14. screamin' jay hawkins - moanin'
15. Mr. Clean - Mr. Clean
16. brook bond food - red rose tea
17. Noblemen - Dirty Robber
18. dicky doo & the don'ts - wild party
19. Sentinals - The Bee
20. jan davis - Watusi Zombie
21. bobby williams - tarzan
22. the pygmies - don't monkey with tarzan
23. the individuals - Jungle Superman
24. the revels - it's party time
25. silvertones - get it!
26. The Hong Kongs-Surfin' In The China Sea
27. the torkays-karate
28. the fortune tellers - song of the nairobi trio
29. the trashmen - Bird Dance Beat
30. Revels - Dead Man's Stroll
31. Dickie Goodman - The Touchables In Brooklyn
32. the myrogens - the dancing katydids
33. dynamos - manhunt
Posted: Sep 25, 2008 12:09 pm
 
I have that Mad Magazine album they put on Vol. 6. It's also got "Blind Date (Yaaahhh!)" Totally awesome.
Posted: Sep 25, 2008 12:34 pm
 
so whuddya supose they listen to besides all this old rock'n'roll crap?
Posted: Sep 25, 2008 2:34 pm
 
"Lux: Oh all kinds of stuff. We listen to stuff all the time. We bring a CD player, 2 big boxes of cassettes and stuff, compilations I’ve made out of singles. That stuff we always take with us. Just a lot of Rockabilly stuff is kinda what we are listening to, it’s really our favorite thing. We did that interview in Incredibly Strange music talking about Bachelor Pad Music, that’s what they’re calling that these days, we listen to that sometimes, that’s sometimes a fun thing to listen to but our real passion is Rockabilly and 60s."
Posted: Sep 25, 2008 2:35 pm
 
We bring a CD player, 2 big boxes of cassettes

Makes me wonder...
Posted: Sep 25, 2008 3:37 pm
 
i guess back in the day, lux was part of a tape trader group that included mike weldon, the hound, and a bunch of other people...they would all make these funky tapes and send them to each other.

it was the late 70's early 80's...
Posted: Sep 25, 2008 7:56 pm
 
but do they ever get bored of all this garbage and listen to reggae and shit? haha.
Posted: Sep 25, 2008 8:39 pm
 
well in compiling these collections, the last few volumes have had an increase in soul type songs, which i hadn't really come across before...

also, in the incredibly strange music book they say they listen to a lot of exotica type of stuff...just to come down from all the crazy shit we've all been talking about...
Posted: Sep 25, 2008 8:40 pm
 
also, do you get bored with all the cool shit you listen to?
Posted: Sep 25, 2008 8:43 pm
 
you should know, coming from me, that was totally tongue in cheek. i just wonder if they listen to jazz, avant garde, "real" exotic music, pop, hip-hop, reggae... whatever.

it must have crossed your mind at some point that being as heavy as they are, there's more to them in real life than just what influences the records that they make.
Posted: Sep 25, 2008 8:45 pm
 
but then again, billy and miriam don't listen to much else, except for that one time when i went over to norton hq and they were dancing around to paul oakenfold and waving glow sticks above their heads.
Posted: Sep 26, 2008 10:09 am
 
ha!
Posted: Mar 9, 2009 8:46 pm
 
NIMEREHT

vol. 12 must be on its way SOON or I'll die!

seriously, your compilation based on lux and ivy's favorite songs is mind blowing and I've been keeping track of it since the beginning.

so I beg of you... keep them coming!
Posted: Mar 10, 2009 1:16 pm
 
thanks

actually putting the finishing touches on 12 as i write this....

its a lux interior memorial edition...and if i can swing it, a few cool surprises will be on it...
Posted: Mar 10, 2009 3:09 pm
 
Bryan Gregory got kicked out of The Cramps for listening to Public Image. He was the best part of the band anyway. (And don't get up in my grill unless you actually ever saw them with him. )
Posted: Mar 10, 2009 9:18 pm
 
hey nimereht, i have an issue of new york rocker with a cramps interview. you have that one?
Posted: Mar 11, 2009 10:57 am
 
i'm not sure...i have so many (literal and computer files)...do they talk about any songs or anything?
Posted: Mar 13, 2009 2:12 pm
 
http://www.mediafire.com/?j3ntky2yz2j

01. The Ravens - A Simple Prayer
02. Jimmie haskell and his orchestra - blast off!
03. terry corin and her boyfriends - sick! sick! sick!
04. buddy starr and the starliners - hold it
05. the curios - chicken back part two
06. Dee Jays - Blackeyed Woman
07. jimmy hanna - leaving here
08. The Frantics - (do the) Jacknife
09. The Peridots - Hully Gully All Night Long
10. jivin jean - up up and away
11. baskerville hounds - space rock part 2
12. jimmie haskell and his orchestra - astrosonic
13. message from outer space and Jan Davis - Destination Love
14. Sebastien - Nobody Can Do The Dog Like I Do
15. The Singing Dogs - Hot Dog Boogie
16. Social Outcasts - mad
17. jim wolfe and the t-towners - innersanctum
18. Larry Collins - T-Bone
19. the Monterays - turtle
20. Louis Jordan - Louisville Lodge Meeting
21. Ray Burden - A Hot-Rodders Dream
22. Ronnie Dawson - jump and run
23. andy griffith - silhouettes
24. Ronnie Kae - let there be drums
25. manny corchado - pow wow aka the mosquitos - the fly
26. Willie Joe & His Unitar - Unitar Rock
27. Jimmie haskell and his orchestra - rockin in the orbit
28. Little Jimmy Scott - Day by Day
29. dick hyman & mary mayo - for all we know
Posted: Mar 13, 2009 2:25 pm
 
andy griffith!
Posted: Mar 13, 2009 2:26 pm
 
eatin hot dogs at the snappy lunch!
Posted: Mar 13, 2009 5:00 pm
 
Richard, no one wants up in your grill. Trust me. But, Cramps made tons of great records without Brian. Which cannot be said for Brian unfortunately, as his post cramps output is gothy dogshit.
Posted: Jun 4, 2009 11:31 am
 
LAIF 13 preview over at my blog...

http://kogarsjunglejuice.blogspot.com/

i think there will be some oblivians action on it as well...
Posted: Jul 23, 2009 5:23 am
 
volume 13

01. Spellbound - Main Title; edit
02. Guitar Wolf - Planet of the Wolves
03. Richard Delvy - The Green Slime Theme
04. The One Way Streets - We All Love Peanut Butter
05. The Rolling Stones - Off The Hook
06. Bo Diddley - Diddy Wah Diddy
07. Hollywood Flames - Strollin' on the Beach
08. Vic Mizzy - Main Theme
09. The Del-Airs - Zombie Stomp
10. T. Rex - Mustang Ford
11. Emil Cadkin - The Devil on Wheels Theme
12. Demolition Doll Rods - Queen Bee Drag Racin
13. The Teen Rockers - Road Block
14. Freddie and the Hitch-Hikers - Mop Flop
15. The Four Winds with Their Teenage Friends - Short Shorts
16. The Apes - Tarzan's Monkey
17. The Gories - Hidden Charms
18. The Midnighters - Sexy Ways
19. Royal Teens - Leotards
20. The Camelots - Charge!
21. The Kinks - Dedicated Follower Of Fashion
22. The 5.6.7.8's - Pinball Party
23. Wanda Jackson - Riot in Cell Block #9
24. The Mummies - Shot Down
25. The Yardbirds - Happenings Ten Years Time Ago
26. Television - Psychotic Reaction
27. The Troggs - Night Of The Long Grass
28. Wortham Watts - Cotton Picker
29. Tony Burrello - There's A New Sound
30. The Oblivians - What Rock n Roll Is All About
31. Deek Watson & The Brown Dots - At Our Fireplace
32. The Velvet Illusions - Acid Head

http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2009/07/lux-and-ivys-favorites-volume-th irteen-mp3s.html
Posted: Jul 23, 2009 7:37 am
 
http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2009/07/lux-and-ivys-favorites-volume-th irteen-mp3s.html

Lux also said in effect, "The most Cramps influenced band he had heard in a long time was Guitar Wolf." He mentioned that the album they were working on was called "Planet of the Wolves", so I chose that song.
Posted: Jul 28, 2009 10:30 am
 
Clovers - Rotten Cocksuckers Ball mp3

Thank you for posting this. When I was hunting down doo wop records I came across this on a list and shit a brick/pissed my pants. I couldn't belive that there was a 1950s doowop song with this title. HAhah, great.

check that comp called "risque rhythm" ; there's rough stuff from those years
check that one too : "don't fuck around with love" by the blenders
http://www.thesoulgirl.com/music/Carm%27s%20R%26B%20July%2024%20to%20A ugust%2016%202004/DON%27T%20MESS%20AROUND%20WITH%20LOVE.mp3
Posted: Jul 28, 2009 10:49 am
 
for those interested in originals here is a list
http://webrock.free.fr/garage.htm
it's not well updated but...
Posted: Jul 28, 2009 11:07 am
 
was super happy to find a copy of cocksuckers ball in a warehouse last year for a dollar. SCORE!

check that comp called "risque rhythm" ; there's rough stuff from those years

surprised "shave 'em dry" insn't on there, but it is earlier than most of the others on there:



for those interested in originals here is a list
http://webrock.free.fr/garage.htm


i wonder why "jugue" is listed as "???" for the a-bones. should be obvious, as it's a hit in the rockabilly world. it's johnny amelio and the downbeats. norton has repro 45s for sale. killer song.
Posted: Jul 28, 2009 11:46 am
 
the list for the dukes of hamburg is retarded. odds are they were covering german beat bands versions of those songs, not the originals themselves...

oh, and thee headcoats only cover one song...yeah, right.
Posted: Jul 28, 2009 3:45 pm
 
they actually don't do many covers, just steal riffs. even
"headcoats on backwards" isn't technically a cover.
Posted: Jul 28, 2009 8:17 pm
 
what albums do you have?!

they do a bunch of cover ALBUMS, (the brother is dead and the fly is gone, or whatever its called), a bo diddley cover album...they do songs by the downliners sect, chuck berry, link wray, the kinks, the lurkers, etc etc...

i could go on...
Posted: Jul 29, 2009 6:46 am
 
i wonder why "jugue" is listed as "???" for the a-bones. should be obvious, as it's a hit in the rockabilly world. it's johnny amelio and the downbeats. norton has repro 45s for sale. killer song.
thanks joe ; I didn't know that one ; I don't belong to the rockabilly world ;)

the list for the dukes of hamburg is retarded.
can you tell us more then?
Posted: Jul 29, 2009 9:32 am | Edited by: bazooka joe
 
what albums do you have?!

they do a bunch of cover ALBUMS, (the brother is dead and the fly is gone, or whatever its called), a bo diddley cover album...they do songs by the downliners sect, chuck berry, link wray, the kinks, the lurkers, etc etc...


yeah, you right. my head was kinda cloudy yesterday and for some reason i could only think of headcoats songs with stolen riffs.



I don't belong to the rockabilly world ;)

i'm assuming that's a wise guy wink, cuz i dont either. my knowledge of rab is extremely limited, i'm just passionate about the good stuff that i actually do know.
Posted: Jul 29, 2009 9:51 am
 
I know a lotta obscure rockab & rab stuff too but I miss a lotta good things ; and I really have to buy all them "desperate rock&roll" comps one day ; finally, a friend of mine told me that the original of Blacktop's The Grave was on one of them : Tony Casanova!!!
the Headcoats released a record full of Jimmy Reed's covers ; I know they cover the Seeds' No Escape, Downliners Sect's Be a Sect Maniac etc... gotta update the covers of that band one day for sure
but I'm working on my sixties cover list too and it takes a lotta time! http://webrock.free.fr/nuggets.htm & the yy one http://webrock.free.fr/yeye.htm
Posted: Jul 29, 2009 2:11 pm
 
oops, i gather you made that list? sorry to be a dick...but making a list of songs that the dukes did is pretty next to impossible unless you got the info from russel or someone else in the band. i'm 99 percent positive that the songs they do are covers OF covers.
Posted: Jul 29, 2009 2:46 pm
 
the songs they do are covers OF covers.


does that really matter? i'm assuming they know what the true originals are.
Posted: Jul 29, 2009 2:47 pm
 
oh yeah, latest epssode of intoxica is a tape that lux possibly made in '79 or '80. i'm sure you've already heard it though. amazing how legendary most of those songs became. cool as hell that the saxie russell track is on there so early.
Posted: Jul 29, 2009 3:29 pm
 
well i guess it would matter if you were putting together a compilation of "songs we taught the dukes" kind of thing...

those tapes that howie played were used for the bulk of the LAIF later volumes. the handwriting and art is definitely from lux, so its assumed that he made the tapes?
Posted: Jul 30, 2009 3:32 am | Edited by: mtwallet69
 
the songs they do are covers OF covers.
does that really matter? i'm assuming they know what the true originals are.

actually, it DOES matter to me ; I try to list which VERSION they cover, not necessarily the original one (the Mummies cover the Sonics' Skinny Minnie, not Bill Haley's) ; about the Dukes of Hamburg, actually I asked for some help to Russell and he kindly replied to me about some songs (he tipped me about the Rattles) ; nice guy! and I should ask their guitar player too (he posts on the Combo organ nation forum)
Posted: Jul 30, 2009 6:09 am
 
well i guess it would matter if you were putting together a compilation of "songs we taught the dukes" kind of thing...
actually, I've burned comps called "garage roots" but only for myself ; i've never shared them ; and it's random stuff ; maybe i should do it by band...
I remember there's an -incomplete- "songs we taught the cheaters slicks" available on the net ; and I've already posted a link for a kinda "songs we taught the reigning sound" on this board ; here it is http://hiddenpage.free.fr/ReigningSound-Originals.rar
Posted: Jul 30, 2009 6:12 am
 
oh, and mikael (?) burnt a great&complete "songs we taught the detroit cobras" + artwork&tracklisting ; I think the link must be somewhere on the G45central board ; amazing stuff
Posted: Jul 30, 2009 6:36 am
 
Posted: Jul 30, 2009 6:52 am
 
two more -quite incomplete & sometimes wrong- but interesting "songs we taught"

http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2009/03/songs-we-taught-the-mummies.html
the Mummies covered the Don & Dewey or the Righteous Bros Justine, not that live version by Teddy & George

http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2009/02/songs-we-taught-the-gories.html
the Gories covered By My Side? thought it was the DBs only
they must have covered the Sloths' Makin' Love, not the Dirty Shames'
Posted: Jul 30, 2009 6:54 am
 
well, the chief says:
"Ok, here's my two cents! The Gories, although very much inspired by The Elois and the comp that song appeared on (Ugly Things Vol. 1), never covered that song.
Like so many garage bands before us, we got our version of Train Kept a Rollin' from The Yardbirds. I bought a Fender Jaguar because there's one on the cover of "Having A Rave Up...".
We were familiar with both the Eddie Holland version of Leaving Here and The Birds version, but I think our version was more inspired by The Birds. At least on my part!
It's cool to see this list! We covered a lot more songs than these, Nautiloid Reef by The Nautiloids, Ya Ha Be Be by The Bel-Aires etc. etc.
There But For The Grace... is also one of my fave covers that we did. Good choice Mick.
Posted by: Danny Kroha | March 20, 2009 at 07:07 PM
Oh, one more thing. We got our version of "I Just Wanna Make Love To You" from The Rolling Stones version that's on their first LP.
We never covered it, but "She Moves Me" by Muddy was a real mind blower and inspiration to us.
Posted by: Danny Kroha | March 20, 2009 at 07:16 PM"
Posted: Jul 30, 2009 9:02 am
 
the necessary evils covered the elois "by my side" somewhere. do i have that? i know i've heard it. what's it on?

also, i'm wagering that the mummies covered the version of justine by the rqngers from the ho-dad hootenanny comp.
Posted: Jul 30, 2009 11:52 am
 
...and the Dirtbombs did 'by my side' on some Aussie single...if I remember correctly...
Posted: Jul 30, 2009 12:30 pm
 
and the dirtbombs cover "can't stop thinkin about it" too...originally done by the romantics!
Posted: Jul 30, 2009 2:09 pm
 
the necessary evils covered the elois "by my side" somewhere. do i have that? i know i've heard it. what's it on?
It's the B-side of the Conspiracy single on Goodbye Boozy.

and the dirtbombs cover "can't stop thinkin about it" too...originally done by the romantics!
You've got that the wrong way around. The Romantics covered this Dirtbombs song.
Posted: Jul 30, 2009 2:50 pm
 
d'oh! i didn't know that...
Posted: Jul 31, 2009 4:18 am
 
interesting topic ; thanks again for the tip, joe
Posted: Aug 1, 2009 2:03 pm
 
one more: songs we taught jack o'fire (walter daniels) - comped by ???
http://www.mediafire.com/?yj2zjzj3n2a
Posted: Aug 1, 2009 6:29 pm
 
Posted: Aug 3, 2009 7:39 am
 
thank thee
Posted: Aug 3, 2009 10:06 am
 
oh, and mikael (?) burnt a great&complete "songs we taught the detroit cobras" + artwork&tracklisting ; I think the link must be somewhere on the G45central board ; amazing stuff

very impressive list of songs they managed to disgrace
Posted: Aug 4, 2009 7:08 am
 
even thou their latest recordings ain't that good ; the 1st lp w/ steve shaw has a great sound ; & these guys make a lotta people get interested into old songs (they made me discover the 5 Royales & Irma Thomas, so I can't thank them enough!) ; their cover of hittin on nothin is really cool
Posted: Dec 6, 2009 2:51 pm
 
^this made my whole brain hurt
Posted: Dec 6, 2009 9:49 pm
 
^^Yeah, almost pretty good.
Posted: Dec 8, 2009 3:11 pm
 
There's not a single ironic pick on there....even Joey Ramone had The Bannana Splits on his list....ironic or not.
Posted: Dec 8, 2009 11:45 pm
 
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