Iron Leg Radio Show Episode #35

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Alan Hawkshaw/Keith Mansfield – Action Scene (KPM)
Artie Schroeck Implosion – Six O’Clock (Verve)
Bud Shank – Coconut Grove (World Pacific)
Sound Symposium – Darling Be Home Soon (Dot)
Tony Hatch – Black Is Black (WB)
George Tipton – Rainmaker (WB)
Pat Williams – Don’t Leave Me (Verve)
Billy Vaughn – Time of the Season (Dot)

Gary McFarland – Get Back (Skye)
Bobby Bryant – While My Guitar Gently Weeps (World Pacific Jazz)
Don Randi – Tomorrow Never Knows (Reprise)
Cal Tjader – Lady Madonna (Skye)
Count Basie – Come Together (Tiger)
Freddy McCoy – I Am a Walrus (Prestige)
Living Guitars – Baby You’re Rich Man (Camden)
Mike Melvoin – Paperback Writer (Liberty)

Electric Tommy – Amazing Journey (Viva)
Electric Tommy – Sparks (Viva)
Enoch Light and the Light Brigade – Over Under Sideways Down (Project 3)
Ronnie Aldrich – Ride My Seesaw (London)
Helmut Zacharias – Hurdy Gurdy Man (Capitol)
Mariano and the Unbeleivables – Sunshine Superman (Capitol)
Living Guitars – San Franciscan Nights (Camden)

Freddy McCoy – Pet Sounds (Prestige)
Liberace – Suite Judy Blue Eyes (WB)
Sound Symposium – America (Dot)
Paul Horn – Eight Miles High (RCA)
Living Guitars – Out and About (Camden)
Roger Coulam – Dizzy (Contour)
101 Strings – Spinning Wheel (Alshire)

Listen/Download -Iron Leg Radio Show Episode 35 – 191MB/256kbps

Greetings all.

Welcome to this month’s episode of the Iron Leg Radio Show.

I know I said last week that I would be posting some Dave Van Ronk stuff this week, but I forgot that I already had this month’s podcast in the can, so Dave and his pals will be along next week.

This month, the Iron Leg Radio Show is dedicated completely to instrumental covers of 60s pop and rock tunes from all ends of the instro spectrum. There are jazzers, easy listening, Moog, pop orchestras, you name it, there’s something here for everyone.

It is a groovy collection, and I hope you dig it.

See you all next week.

Peace

Larry

 

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Iron Leg Radio Show Episode #32

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Playlist

Alan Hawkshaw and Keith Mansfield – Action Scene(KPM)
Chesterfield Kings – She Told Me Lies (LP version) (Mirror)
Chesterfield Kings – Cry Your Eyes Out (Mirror)
Pandoras – Hot Generation (Voxx)
Smithereens – Got Me a Girl (Dirt)
Stomachmouths – R&B 65 (Got To Hurry)
The Scene – Stop-Go (Diamond)
Untold Fables – When the Night Falls (Dionysus)
Vipers – Nothing’s From Today (Jem/PVC)
Vipers – Never Alone (Midnight)
Vipers – You Don’t Believe Me (Midnight)

The Fuzztones – Bad News Travels Fast (Midnight)
The Fuzztones – We’re Pretty Quick (Midnight)
The Fuzztones – Gotta Get Some (ABC)
Green Telescope – Two By Two (Imaginary)
Hysteric Narcotics – Electric Children (RPM Mag Flexi)
Cynics – Painted My Heart (Dionysus)
Funseekers – It Should Be You (Susstones)
Original Sins – Come On Up (Chaos)
Royal Nonesuch – You Need Love (UP)
Telltale Hearts – It Came To Me (Voxx)

Boys From Nowhere – Beg (Young Lion)
Creeps – Rattlesnake Shake (Tracks On Wax)
Fleshtones – The World Has Changed (IRS)
Insomniacs – My Favorite Story (Umbrella)
Lyres – How Do You Know (New Rose)
Plasticland – Go a Go Go Time (Enigma)
Plasticland – The Windowsills (Enigma)
Plasticland – Rattail Comb (Scadillac)
Secret Syde – Hole In My Pocket (Mutha)
Spectors – I Fell In Love (Get Hip)
Stems – Make You Mine (Citadel)
Stems – Under Your Mushroom (Citadel)

The Bangs – No Mag Commercial (Ear Movie)
The Bangles – The Real World (IRS)
The Bangles – The Hero Takes a Fall (Columbia)
The Rain Parade – This Can’t Be Today (Restless)
The Rain Parade – Prisoners (Enigma)
The Eyes of Mind – Yesterday Is Gone (Voxx)
Mad Violets – Psilocybe (Voxx)
Lord John – Westminiature Abbey (Bomp)
Mod Fun – I Am With You (New)
Mod Fun – Grounded (Cryptovision)
Phantom Five – She’s Not (Making Tyme)

Listen/Download -Iron Leg Radio Show Episode 32 – 256MB/256kbps

Greetings all.

Welcome to this month’s episode of the Iron Leg Radio Show.

I have a very special edition of the show lined up for you this month.

Though I have included some garage/psych revival tracks over the course of the previous 31 episode of the podcast, I have always wanted to dig out a big stack of 80s (and some early 90s) vinyl, digimatize it and devote an episode to the sounds of my misspent youth.

So I did (finally).

Though it is by no means comprehensive, it is a good look at the kind of stuff my friends and I were digging during the first wave of the garage/psych/mod revival in the the early to mid 80s.

There’s a bunch of American stuff (both coasts and the middle) as well as the UK, Europe and Scandinavia represented.

There are even a couple of really rare things in the mix for the trainspotters in the crowd.

You get almost two and a half hours of sounds!

As always, I hope you dig it.

See you next week.

Peace

Larry

 

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Nino Tempo & April Stevens with the Guilloteens – I Love How You Love Me

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Nino Tempo and April Stevens

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Nino and April on Shivaree, with bagpipes and the T-Bones…

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Listen/Download – Nino Tempo & April Stevens with the Guilloteens

Greetings all.

Ready to have your minds blown?

A couple of years back I grabbed the most excellent Rhino ‘Where the Action Is’ set.

There was a lot on there that I’d heard (or already had on vinyl) but there was also a grip of absolutely incredible stuff that was new to me.

Among the tracks that really knocked me back on my heels, was the record you see before you today, ‘I Love How You Love Me’ by Nino Tempo and April Stevens.

I was already a fan of their work, especially their biggest hit, ‘Deep Purple’ (long a fave of mine) but I had no inkling they had anything as game changing as this up their sleeves.

There was probably a gap of a few years between when I first heard – and fell in love with – the track and when I finally scored the 45.

When that hot little biscuit finally fell through the mail slot, I had my mind blown all over again.

Rhino set the standards for quality reissues, and the annotation is generally second to none, but the notes in the box set missed a something very interesting in regard to this record.

As you’ll see when you look at the label, the notes to ‘Where the Action Is’ omitted one crucial detail, that being that the band on the record (credited right there on the label) was none other that the mighty Guilloteens!

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Hailing from Memphis, bit having settled in LA for their recording career, the Guilloteens (billed on the 45 as the ‘Guilloteenes’) waxed some incredible 45s for HBR and Columbia, especially the savage ‘Hey You’.

Though he is best known for his performing partnership with his sister, Nino Tempo was also an early associate/acolyte of Phil Spector’s. I have no doubt that his time in the studio with Spector had an influence on this record.

The word that comes to mind when I think about this record is ‘inspired’.

How Tempo decided to take the Paris Sisters 1961 hit and toss it into the blender with 1965 folk rock and a fucking set of bagpipes (?!?!), and managed to alchemically take all that incongruity and convert it into just over two and a half minutes of magic is one of the truly remarkable (if obscure) achievements of mid-60s pop.

There’s just no reason any of this should work, but no matter how many times I listen to this record (and it’s up in the hundreds now) it just keeps sounding better and better.

The Paris Sisters original was (surprise!) a Phil Spector production. Despite having a melody that at first listen seems syrupy, the record has a cavernous, hypnotic sound.

Tempo’s treatment of the tune, re-casting it in a Byrds-y jangle is stunning. He tears the song from its somnambulistic origins, gives it an au-go-go tempo, and even tosses in a little bit of fuzz guitar for the longhairs in the crowd.

But then, there’s the bagpipes.

I can almost see Tempo, like a bug-eyed mad scientist huddled behind a rack of bubbling test tubes having a eureka moment and pulling a Scotsman out of a sack.

There’s not a single, logical path from ‘I’ll Feel a Whole Lot Better’ to ‘Loch Lomond’, yet the addition of the bagpipes – which Tempo has said were inspired by the modal guitar sound of the Byrds – is pure genius.

Interestingly, Nino and April’s ‘I Love How You Love Me’ went Top 40 in a number of regional markets, and a year later Paul and Barry Ryan copied the arrangement and had a Top 20 hit with the song in the UK.

It’s a great, great record and one you ought to download and push on your friends as a public service.

I hope you dig it, and I’ll see you next week.

Peace

Larry

 

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Iron Leg Radio Show Episode #29

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Playlist

Alan Hawkshaw/Keith Mansfiueld – Action Scene (KPM)
Chuck Berry – Club Nitty Gritty (Mercury)
Believers – Soul Raga Simmerin’ (Capitol)
Lonnie Mack – Memphis ’68 (Elektra)
Baskerville Hounds – Hold Me (Avco)
Camel Drivers – Give It a Try (Buddha)
Unchained Mynds – Going Back to Miami (Buddha)
Unrelated Segments – Where You Gonna Go (Liberty)
Sopwith Camel – Cellophane Woman (Kama Sutra)
Sopwith Camel – Maybe In a Dream (Kama Sutra)
Sopwith Camel – Frantic Desolation (Kama Sutra)
Sopwith Camel – Levis Ad

Beach Boys – Surfs Up (Brother/Reprise)
The Upsetters – Draggin’ the Main (Autumn)
The Ventures – Flights of Fantasy (Liberty)
The Ventures – Walking the Carpet (Liberty)
The City – Snow Queen (Ode)
The City – That Old Sweet Roll (Hi De Ho) (Ode)
The City – Why are You Leaving (Ode)
The City – Paradise Alley (Ode)
The Hourglass – The Power of Love (Liberty)
Hourglass Concert Promo

Honey LTD – Come Down (LHI)
Honey LTD – Tomorrow Your Heart (LHI)
Shillings – Children and Flowers (Three Rivers)
The Fabulous Farquahr – Hollywood Ending (Verve)
Rita Coolidge – Walkin’ In the Morning (Pepper)
Rita Coolidge – Turn Around and Love You (Pepper)
Sunshine Company – Bolero (Imperial)
Evie Sands – Any Way That You Want Me (A&M)
Spanky and Our Gang – Sunday Morning (Mercury)
Boots – In the Beginning (Philips)
Boots – No Part of It (Philips)
Merrilee Rush – Reach Out (AMG)
Beyond the Valley of the Dolls Promo

Listen/Download -Iron Leg Radio Show Episode 29 – 193MB/256kbps

Greetings all.

Welcome to this month’s episode of the Iron Leg Radio Show.

This month should be an especially good episode since it is composed almost entirely of recently excavated new arrivals.

I was lucky enough to get in a couple of digging sessions on a recent vacation and came away with a nice fat stack of 45s and some very cool LPs as well. I even have some stuff left over for next month!

There some cool sunshine pop, popsike, garage and pure pop, all very groovy and guaranteed to keep your ears tingling.

As always, I hope you dig it and I’ll see you all next week.

Peace

Larry

 

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Round Robin and Micky Dolenz Sittin’ On the Same B-Side…

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Recycling Never Sounded So Groovy!

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Listen/Download – Round Robin – Sit and Dance

Listen/Download – Micky Dolenz/Instrumental – Plastic Symphony III

Greetings all.

Welcome to another week here at Iron Leg.

One of the great pleasures of record collecting/researching is that every once in a while you come upon something genuinely surprising and groovy.

If you follow the Iron Leg Radio Show Podcast, you will have already heard the Round Robin instro ‘Sit and Dance’ a few episodes back.

It is a very swinging bit of Hollywood-au-go-go with some very ginchy organ in the middle and has the sound of a prime, mid-60s, swinging nightclub/discotheque scene.

I had every intention of giving the song its own write-up when something very strange happened.

I had been wanting to get my hands on the very cool, pre-Monkees Micky Dolenz 45 ‘Don’t Do It’ (which I will post sometime soon) and was lucky enough to grab a cheap copy a few weeks back.

There was a gap of a few days between when it fell through the mail slot, and when I had an opportunity to digimatize it.

I had never heard the flip-side, ‘Plastic Symphony III’ before, so when I dropped the needle into the grooves I had my mind blown, because there, coursing from the speakers was the very same track as on the Round Robin 45.

Naturally, I leapt upon the interwebs in search of information, and while I can’t say I have any definitive answers for you, there are several intriguing clues to be had.

The Round Robin 45 appeared on the Domain label, which was distributed by the Challenge label, on which the Dolenz 45 was released.

Both records were produced by Tony Sepe and Martin Brooks, co-owners of the labels with Bob Krasnow.

Where the song appears as ‘Sit and Dance’ the writing is credited to Elaine Fink and Shirley Romans.

When the song appeared as ‘Plastic Symphony III’ on the flipside of the Dolenz 45 (credited only to ‘Instrumental’) the name Bob Richardson was tacked on.

Fink and Romans were also credited with composing another Round Robin instrumental b-side, ‘Slauson Shuffletime’.
Other than than, I find myself in Dead-eds-ville.

While I find nothing shocking about the re-use of the track – that kind of thing happened all the time, especially when throw-away tunes were slapped on the flipside of a record so as not to distract from the featured track (Sit and Dance appeared on the flip of more than one Round Robin disc) – I think that ‘Sit and Dance’/’Plastic Symphony III’ is especially cool.

Though I don’t have much to go on, I wonder if Fink and Romans were actual songwriters, or merely names of friends or family members slapped on a tune to collect royalties.

If anyone knows for sure, please let me know.

See you next week.

Peace

Larry

 

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Iron Leg Radio Show Episode #27

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Playlist

Alan Hawkshaw/Alan Parker – Action Scene (KPM)
The Daily Flash – Jack Of Diamonds (Parrot)
The Daily Flash – Queen Jane Approximately (Parrot)
WC Fields Memorial Electric String Band – Hippy Elevator Operator (HBR)
WC Fields Memorial Electric String Band – Don’t Lose The Girl (HBR)
Unrelated Segments – It’s Gonna Rain (Liberty)
Limey and the Yanks – Gather Your Things and Go (Loma)
The Knack – I’m Aware (Capitol)
The Gas Co – Blow Your Mind (Mirwood)
New Colony Six – I Lie Awake (Sentar)
The Cryan Shames – Ben Franklin’s Almanac (Destination)
Cryan Shames Record Ad

Cannibal and the Headhunters – Land of 1000 Dances (Rampart)
The Atlantics – Beaver Shot (Rampart)
Giant Crab – I Enjoy Being the Boy (UNI)
Giant Crab – Hi Ho Silver Lining (UNI)
The Action – Never Ever (Capitol)
3s a Crowd – Wasn’t It You (Dunhill)
Brewer and Shipley – Truly Right (A&M)
Clover – Wade In the Water (Liberty)
Eyes of Blue – Apache 69 (Mercury)
Carnation Instant Breakfast Spot

Micky Dolenz – Don’t Do It (Challenge)
Danny Hutton – Big Bright Eyes (HBR)
New Life – Canterbury Road (Epic) 
Bhagavad-Gita – Long Hair Soulful (Philips) 
Avant Garde – Yellow Beads (Columbia)
Avant Garde – Honey and Gall (Columbia) 
Electric Tommy – Amazing Journey (Viva)
Electric Tommy – Sparks (Viva) 
Sound Symposium – America (Dot)
Sound Symposium – Darling Be Home Soon (Dot)
Brenda Patterson – This Wheel’s On Fire (Epic)

Listen/Download -Iron Leg Radio Show Episode 27 – 185MB/256kbps

Greetings all.

Welcome to this month’s episode of the Iron Leg Radio Show.

This month we have lots of groovy new arrivals in the crates, some of that groovy East LA stuff and a closing set with some moog/easy action as well.

Pay special attention to the demented square/brain melt of the Avant Garde, and the gospel meets the Avalon Ballroom ish of Clover, as well as the PNW garage folk of the Daily Flash, a long-time want list item satified.

All in all you get to stuff your ears with an hour and forty minutes worth of quality sounds, all jumping off of the wax and changing magically into the ones and zeros of your dreams.

I hope you dig it.

See you next week.

Peace

Larry

 

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Iron Leg Radio Show Episode #26

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Playlist

Opener – Action Scene – Hawkshaw/Parker (KPM)
Nino Tempo and April Stevens with the Guilloteens – I Love How You Love Me (Atco)
Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart – Teardrop City (A&M)
Sir Douglas Quintet – She’s About a Mover (Tribe)
Peter Cook and Dudley Moore – The LS Bumblebee (Decca)
Giant Crab – ESP (UNI)
The Bit A Sweet – How Can I Make You See (ABC)
The Garden Club – Little Girl Lost and Found (A&M)
The Garden Club – I Must Love Her (A&M)
John Wonderling – Midway Down (WB)
The Turtles – Buzz Saw (White Whale)
ALSAC Teenagers March Concert Commercial

Buffalo Covers…
Staple Singers – For What It’s Worth (Epic) 1967

Mojo Men – Sit Down I Think I Love You (Reprise) 1966
Kenny Rankin – Four Days Gone (Mercury) 1970
Percy Sledge – Kind Woman (Atlantic) 1968
Poco – Go and Say Goodbye (Epic) 1972
Glenn Yarbrough – Everybody’s Wrong (RCA) 1967
Fanny – Special Care (Reprise) 1971
Fever Tree – Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing (UNI) 1968
Yes – Everydays (Atlantic) 1970
The Road – Mr Soul (Kama Sutra) 1970
Bonnie Raitt – Bluebird (WB) 1971
Chris Smither – I Am a Child (Poppy) 1970
Kate Rogers – Broken Arrow (Grand Central) 2005
The Grip Weeds – Down to the Wire (Buy or Die) 1998
King Curtis – For What It’s Worth (Atco) 1967

The Doors – Peace Frog/Blue Sunday (Elektra)
The Doors – Unknown Soldier (Elektra)
Rick Nelson – Don’t Make Promises (Decca)
Rick Nelson – Barefoot Boy (Decca)
Rick Nelson – Marshmallow Skies (Decca)
The Dillards – Lemon Chimes (Elektra)
The Dllards – Reason to Believe (Elektra)
The Collage – Rainy Blue Memory Day (Smash)
The Collage – My Mind’s At Ease (Smash)
The Collage – Would You Like To Go (Smash)
Van Dyke Parks – Come To the Sunshine (45) (MGM)
Van Dyke Parks – Datsun Commercial (WB)

Listen/Download -Iron Leg Radio Show Episode 26 – 233MB/256kbps

Greetings all.

Welcome to this month’s episode of the Iron Leg Radio Show.

This is a very special edition of the ILRS, with lots of groovy new arrivals and an extra long set in middle of the show devoted to cover versions of Buffalo Springfield songs (thanks to Echoes In the Wind for the inspiration).

You get more than two hours of music this month, so strap on the headphones and dig (in).

See you next week.

Peace

Larry

 

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Iron Leg Radio Show Episode #25! Two Year Anniversary!

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Playlist

Opener – Mansfield/Hawkshaw – Action Scene (KPM)
Thee Midniters – Love Special Delivery (Whittier)
Harvey Mandel – Wade In the Water Pts 1&2 (Philips)
The Equals – Police On My Back (RCA)
Chad Mitchell – For What It’s Worth (Amy/Dunwich)
Everything Is Everything – Ooh Baby (Vanguard Apostolic)
Sons Of Champlin – Fat City (Verve/Trident)
Sons of Champlin Radio Spot

Cowsills – River Blue (MGM)
Cowsills- How Can I Make You See (MGM)
Cowsills – the Fun Song (MGM)
Cowsills – On My Side (London)
Cowsills – Once There Was a Time (London)
Cowsills – If You Can’t Have It Knock it (London)
Cowsills – Mystery Of Life (London)

Bill Cowsill – When Everybody’s Here (MGM)
Bill Cowsill – Take The Gun (MGM)
Bill Cowsill – Nobody (MGM)
Bill Cowsill – 2 x 2 (MGM)
Bodine – Short Time Woman / Oakland (MGM)
Bodine –Statues of Clay (MGM)
Bodine – Disaster (MGM)
Lightmyth – Across the Universe (RCA)

Paul and Barry Ryan – I Can’t Make Your Way (Decca)
Paul and Barry Ryan- Pay You Back With Interest (Decca)
Billy J Kramer – His Love Was Just a Lie (Columbia)
Rainy Day Friends – Away To Some Other World (World Pacific)
Rainy Day Friends – Don’t You Feel Rained On (World Pacific)
Wool – The Boy With the Green Eyes (ABC)
Lloyd Green – Steel Blue (Chart)
Stone Poneys Pepsi Commercial

Listen/Download -Iron Leg Radio Show Episode 25 – 190MB/256kbps

Greetings all.

Welcome to this month’s episode of the Iron Leg Radio Show.

As hard as this is to believe, this – the 25th edition of the ILRS – marks the two-year anniversary of the show!

It was back in May of 2011 that I decided to create an Iron Leg-gy alternative to the Funky16Corners Radio Show (albeit on a monthly, not weekly basis) in which I could bring you all manner of pop, sunshine, garage, freakbeat, psych and whatever else sounds groovy.

This time out you get some cool new arrivals, a long, second installment of my exploration of the Cowsills and a couple of old favorites.

As always, I hope you dig it. If you do, there are 24 more episodes in the archive to stuff into your ears.

See you next week.

Peace

Larry

 

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Iron Leg Radio Show Episode #22

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Playlist

Opening Action Scene – Keith Mansfield/Alan Hawkshaw (KPM)
New Colony Six – At the River’s Edge (Centaur)
Limey and the Yanks – Out of Sight Out of Mind (Loma)
Sandy Nelson – Boss Beat (Imperial)
Round Robin – Sit and Dance (Domain)
Beau Brummels – One Too Many Mornings (WB)
Beau Brummels – Are You Happy (WB)
Beau Brummels – Lift Me (WB)
The Thomas Group – Autumn (Dunhill)
Van Dyke Parks – Come To the Sunshine (MGM)
Van Dyke Parks Datsun Commercial

Thirteenth Floor Elevators – You’re Gonna Miss Me (IA)
Thirteenth Floor Elevators – Reverberation (IA)
Thirteenth Floor Elevators – You Don’t Know (IA)
Thirteenth Floor Elevators – Nobody To Love (IA)
Thirteenth Floor Elevators – Levitation (IA)
Thirteenth Floor Elevators – Livin’ On (IA)
Thirteenth Floor Elevators – The Scarlet and the Gold (IA)
Thirteenth Floor Elevators – Bull of the Woods Radio Spot

Kingsmen – Long Green (Wand)
Terry and the Chain Reaction – Keep Your Cool (UA)
Mickey Newbury – The 33rd of September / When the Baby In My Lady Gets the Blues (Mercury)
Rocky and the Border Kings – Michoacan (Epic)
Shangri-Las – Give Him a Great Big Kiss (Red Bird)
Shangri-Las – Right Now and Not Later (Red Bird)
Shangri-Las – The Train to Kansas City (Red Bird)
Bobby Fuller Four – Never To be Forgotten (Mustang)
Bobby Fuller Four – Gallancamps Shoes Commercial

Listen/Download -Iron Leg Radio Show Episode 22 – 161MB/256kbps

Greetings all.

Welcome to another pop-tastic episode of the Iron Leg Radio Show.

This time out, in addition to a grip of tasty new arrivals (garage punk, folk rock, singer songwriter etc) you get a whole set of the mighty Thirteenth Floor Elevators.

As always, I hope you dig it, and I’ll see you all next week.

Peace

Larry

 

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Iron Leg Radio Show Episode #21

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Playlist

Show Opener – Action Scene – Mansfield/Hakwshaw (KPM)
The Spats – She Done Moved (ABC)
Sonny and Cher – It’s Gonna Rain (Atco)
WC Fields Memorial Electric String Band – Hippy Elevator Operator (HBR)
Buffalo Springfield – Mr Soul (45 Edit) (Atco)
Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart – Out and About (A&M)
Boyce & Hart Coke Commercial
The Changin’ Times- How Is the Air Up There (Philips)
Gene Clark and the Gosdin Brothers – So You Say You Lost Your Baby (Columbia)
The Kaleidoscope – Egyptian Gardens (Epic)
Lamp Of Childhood – You Can’t Blame Me (Dunhill)
Lyme and Cybelle – Follow Me (White Whale)
Monkees – Teardrop City (Colgems)
Bobby Fuller Four – KRLA King of the Wheels Commercial
The Poor – She’s Got the Time She’s Got the Changes (York)
The Poor – Feelin’ Down (Decca)
Love – The Red Telephone (Elektra)
Thorinshield – Wrong My Friend (Philips)
Sagittarius – My World Fell Down (Columbia)

Cheques – Testify (I Wanna) (HIP)
Chain Reaction – Ever Lovin’ Man (Verve)
Fun and Games – Something I Wrote (White Whale)
Los Gatos Negros – No Milk Today (Vergara)
Sound Foundation – Magic Carpet Ride (SmoBro)
Sound Foundation – Morning Dew (SmoBro)
Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick and Tich- Master Llewellyn (Fontana)
Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick and Tich – Coke Commercial

The Collection – Tomorrow Is a Window (Hot Biscuit)
Crib and Ben – Emily (Decca)
Peter Robbins – If I Knew Then What I Know Now (RCA)
Phaetons – Leave It To Me (WB)
Phaetons – You Better Come Home (WB)
Sonny Curtis – The Straight Life (Viva)
Fairport Convention – Tale In Hard Time (A&M)
Jerry Garcia – The Wheel (45 edit) (WB)
Grateful Dead concert commercial

Listen/Download -Iron Leg Radio Show Episode 21 – 186MB/256kbps

Greetings all.

I hope all is well in your part of the world.

It’s time once again for the Iron Leg Radio Show, episode 21!

When I dipped into the crates to put this one together, it kind of got away from me as I pulled out on groovy LA-related side after another, and the first set stretched out to 45 minutes!

I don’t think you’ll be complaining, since it’s packed with some of the best music of the 60s, with stops in garage punk, pop, folk rock and psychedelia.

After that, you get two shorter sets – one heavier, one lighter – that I think you’ll also dig.

I hope you like it all, and I’ll see you next week.

Peace

Larry

 

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