Tuesday, December 13, 2016

ROCK SEXY #159 11-17-2016

Rock and Roll Radio - Joe Boot and the Fabulous Winds
Ghost Train - The Swanks
What a Way to Die - The Pleasure Seekers
Buzz Buzz a Diddle It - Freddy Cannon
Don't Knock It - Joyce Harris
Do You Love Me - The Sonics
Wobble Wickie - The Rhythm Tones
Zippered Up Heart - The Reign

Thought it Over - The Zantees
Twistin' Boogie - Tom Carter and the Ramrods
 Rockin the Joint - Esquerita
A-Bone - The Trashmen

Fire - The Vampires
Party Date - Carl Canida and the Flames
Action Packed - Ronnie Dawson
The Girl Can't Help It - Flaming Groovies
I Found a Peanut - Thee Midnighters
Since You're Gone - Nolan Strong and the Diablos

There Goes My Babe - Miriam
Only When I Dream - Bobby Fuller Four
Miserlou - Bobby Fuller Four
Oo Ma Liddi - JJ Jackson and the Jackals
Do the Del Viking - Patrice Holloway
 96 Tears - ? and the Mysterians

Rockin' With the Blues - Flames
I Idolize You - Gail Harris with the The Wailers
 Friday at the Hideout - Underdogs
Thunder and Lightening - Bloodshot Bill
Betty Lou - Long John Hunter
Rockin' this Joint - Kid Thomas
You Heard What I Said - Kid Thomas

Hipsville 29 B.C. - The Sparkles
Rock and Roll Deacon - Screaming Joe Neal 
Underground Lady - Kim Fowley
Let's Dance - Chris Montez
Bad Boy - The Jive Bombers
If I Oh I Could Be With You Tonight - Nolan Strong and the Diablos

ROCK SEXY #158 11-10-16

Baby, I Love You - Ramones
You Need Love - Lloyd Price
Love Man - Otis Redding 
Don't Be Afraid of Love - Oscar Mack
Gimme Some Sign - Brenton Wood
The Night - Dee Dee Sharpe
Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore - The Puppets

She-Bop - Cyndi Lauper
He Gets Me High - Dum Dum Girls
Girls Like Me - Nikki and the Corvettes
I Wanna Be Loved - Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers
I Need Your Loving Everyday - Don Gardner and Dee Dee Ford
I Think We're Alone Now - Tommy James and the Shondells
Mind Over Matter - Nolan Strong

Don't Be Afraid of the Dark - The Sonics
Be My Baby - The Ronnettes
99 1/2 Won't Do - Wilson Pickett
Some Love With Soul - Jim Jackson
I Love Playing With Fire - The Runaways
Smother - The Coathangers
Maria - Thelma and the Sleaze
Dirty Old Man - Thee Headcoatees
Good Good Loving - Bocky and the Visions
What is Love - Shangri-Las
Everybody Loves a Lover - The Shirelles
Only When I Dream - Bobby Fuller Four
Cupid - Sam Cooke

It's About Time - The Pandoras
Alone Again Or - Love
Cryin' Inside - The Heartbeats
Do Something to Me - ? and the Mysterians
Paisley Park - Prince

Let's Rock While the Rockin's Good - Little Willie John 
When You Were Mine - Cyndi Lauper
Everlasting Love - Rachel Sweet

Sea of Love - Honey Drippers
All You Need is Love - The Beatles

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

ROCK SEXY #157 11-3-16

Vampiro - Satan's Pilgrims
Ghost Train - The Swanks
Thunderbolt - Tommy James
Gonna Make You - The Troggs
The Girl Can't Help It - Rockin' Ramrods
Dirty Water - The Standells
Frankenstein's Den - Mighty El Dukes
Look at the Stars - The Bobbettes
Nightmare - The Whyte Boots

Stoned to the Bone - James Brown
Lets Go Lets Go Lets Go - Hank Ballard and the Midnighters
I Wanna Love Him So Bad - Jelly Beans
Bad Boy - Jive Bombers 

Bird Dance Beat - The Trashmen 
Do Something to Me - ? and the Mysterians
Goo Goo Muck - Ronnie Cook and the Gaylads
Wail Baby Wail - Kid Thomas
Rebel Rouser  - Duane Eddy 
Let's Dance - The Excels
Rip it Up - Little Richard

Donde La Puenta el Tres - Orquesta Riviera
Hip Coat - Delta 72
Never Thought You'd Leave Me - The Pleasure Seekers
What is Love - Shangri Las
Little Bit of Soul - Music Explosion
Little Willy - The Sweet
Look For Another Love - Lonnie's Legends
Funnel of Love - Wanda Jackson 
Party Date - Carl Canida and the Flames

Baltimore - The Epics
Ride - Dee Dee Sharpe
Slippin' and Slidin' - Little Richard
The Bird - The Condas
Party Time - Bob Norris
Cool Time - Joe Johnson 

Fire - The Vampires
Don't Need You - The Nubs
Psychotic Reaction - Count Five
Ca Plane Pour Moi - Plastic Bertrand 
C'mon Everybody - Eddie Cochran 
If I'm in Luck - Betty Davis


Haunted Beach Party - The Pandoras
Frankenstein - The Ventures
The Witch - Stud Cole
Rockin' in the Graveyard - Jackie Morningstar
Graveyard Rock - Tarantula Ghoul 
Graveyard - The Blenders
Noche de Terror - Davila 666

Voodoo Voodoo - LaVern Baker
I'm a Wolfman - Round Robin
Night of the Sadist - Larry and the Blue Notes

Conversation with members of Octo Claw's Bizarre Bazaar

Twilight Zone - The Ventures
I'm a Wolf Man - Round Robin
Season of the Witch - Lou Rawls
Witchcraft - The Spiders
Voodoo Woman - Gene Maltais

Planet of the Wolves - Guitar Wolf
Zombie Dance - The Cramps
Halloween - Ray Haydock 
Devil's Coming - Stud Cole
Night of the Vampire - Roky Erickson
Train to Satanville - Gin Gillette
Devil Got My Woman - Skip James
I Was a Teenage Monster - The Keytones

Haunted Head - Kid Congo and the Pink Monkey Birds
Nightmare - The Abstracts
Jack the Ripper - The Elites

The Witch - The Sonics
Mad Witch - Dave Gardner

Walking Past the Graveyard - Screamin Jay Hawkins
Werewolf - The Frantics
The Graveyard Shift - The Ghouls
Devil Girl - Chimney Sweeps
Tattoo Vampire - Blue Oyster Cult
Out of Limits - The Marketts

Tuesday, November 22, 2016


(This was written Thursday November17th)

Today is the 30th anniversary of @nortonrecords . Sadly, it is also the day that Billy Miller, co-founder of the label, is being laid to rest. Along with his wife and main lady of almost 40 years Miriam Linna, they founded Kicks Magazine in 1978, played in many bands together over the years, and in 1986 put out Hasil Adkins' "Out to Hunch", Norton's first release. Finding out about Norton Records literally changed my life. I would not be the little rock and roll freak I am without hearing the crazy awesome sounds this label put out over the years. And not only the sounds but the LINER NOTES!!! Seriously, Norton Records have some of the best goddamn liner notes ever written. You'd be hard pressed to find a pair that likes ROCK AND ROLL anymore than those two. ROCK SEXY would not exist without Norton Records. If you have ever listened to just one episode, you have most likely been fed a Norton treat or two. I can't even begin to list all the bands and artists I was exposed to via the Norton label. The only time I met them was when a friend helped me flag them down in a hotel lobby in New Orleans after the Ponderosa Stomp record show so I could get them to do a station ID. I'm sure they were *thrilled* to be bothered but they were super nice and cool about it and I use that ID all the time, I'm sure you have heard it before.
So obviously, tonight's ROCK SEXY will be a tribute to Billy Miller and Norton Records. But more than that, it will also be a tribute to Miriam for strength, a tribute to LOVE, and a tribute to ROCK AND ROLL, because the rock and roll spirit never dies.
I send nothing but strength and loving vibes out in the air for Miriam and Billy's friends and family, and the best way I know how to do that is to do that baddest ass "BILLY MILLER-MIRIAM LINNA-NORTON RECORDS-ROCK AND ROLL-AND-LOVE TRIBUTE ROCK SEXY" that I can, tonight at 10pm eastern time on 97.1 FM in Louisville and artxfm.com everywhere else.

Long live Norton Records-Where the loud sound abounds!

ROCK SEXY #155 10-20-16

Psycho - The Sonics
I Can't Hardly Stand it - The Cramps
Waddlin' Around - King Kahn and BBQ Show
Maria - Thelma and the Sleaze
Rip Her to Shreds - Blondie
Beast - Ex Hex

Rumble - Link Wray
Neat Neat Neat - The Damned
Frankenstein - New York Dolls
Bad Luck Charm - Stiv Bators
Flameout - 101 Strings Orchestra
The Bells - Makeup

Nightmare - Scottie Stuart
Dead - The Poets
Werewolf - The Frantics
I Think Up Demons - Roky Erickson
Swamp Fire - Martin Denny
Moon Mist - Out-Landers

St. James Infirmary Blues - Bobby Bland
Don't Be Afraid of Love - Oscar Mack
Stuff - Jeanette Williams ***
Everybody Dance - Lydia Marcelle
Stagger Lee - Lloyd Price
See No Evil - Television

Out of Our Tree - Outta Place
The Wanderer - Dion
Be Bop Boogie Boy - Gene Vincent
Look For Another Love - Lonnie's Legends
Run For the City - Purling Hiss
Jungle - The Nite Cats
Misirlou - Martin Denny
It Was a Nightmare - The Gorillas
The Girl Can't Help It - Rockin' Rebels
High Class Woman - Thelma and the Sleaze
Adventures in Paradise - Santo and Johnny

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

ROCK SEXY #154 10-13-16

Hello Hooray - Alice Cooper
Black Leather Lagoon - The Cramps
Rock the Night - The Monsieurs
Under My Skin - Blackfoot Gypsies
Live With Me - Rolling Stones

Metal Guru - T-Rex
I Gotta Know - The Red-Lite District
Look at the Stars - The Bobbettes
Ooh My Darlin - Jackie Lee
There Goes My Babe - Miriam 
Sweet Jane - The Velvet Underground

He Gets Me High - Dum Dum Girls 
Ride the Wolf - The Ghost Wolves
Planet of the Wolves - Guitar Wolf
The Wild One - Link Wray
Have Love Will Travel - Richard Berry
Rockin' Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu - The Charmaines

Two Headed Dog - Roky Erickson
You Keep Me Hanging On - Vanilla Fudge
Baby Baby I Can't Take it No More - Tommy James and the Shondells
Gone Gone Gone - Tommy James and the Shondells
This World is Going Up in Flames - Charles Bradley
Bad Woman - Fallen Angels
Unpronounceable Name - Chain and the Gang 
Blind Date - The Dynamics

I Like it Like That - Chris Kenner
Ooh Baby You Turn Me On - Willie Mitchell
The Wobble - Bloodshot Bill 
Rip it Up - Buddy Holly
Love's Made a Fool of You - Buddy Holly
Speaking in Tongues - Eagles of Death Metal
La Arana - Kid Congo and the Pink Monkey Birds
El Solo Toro - Herb Alpert

Monday, October 31, 2016

Saturday, October 29, 2016

31 Days of Halloween - Day Twenty-Nine - Frank Zappa - The World's Greatest Sinner

31 Days of Halloween

Day Twenty-Nine:

Frank Zappa composed the score for this 1962 cult classic written by, directed by and starring Timothy Carey about an unhappy insurance salesman who starts band and eventually becomes a leader of his own cult. From there his downward spiral is inevitable as he's seducing women and going around saying he's God...you can guess it doesn't end well.  

31 Days of Halloween - Day Twenty-Eight - Los Vampiranos - El Vampiro

31 Days of Halloween

Day Twenty-Eight:

Wicked wild surf for the season! 

Thursday, October 27, 2016

31 Days of Halloween - Day Twenty-Seven - The Ghouls - Graveyard Shift

31 Days of Halloween

Day Twenty-Seven:

Nothing but silly fun complete with an imitation Dracula voice lead vocal. 

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

31 Days of Halloween - Day Twenty-Six - Larry and the Blue Notes

31 Days of Halloween

Day Twenty-Six:

Out of the music mecca that is Fort Worth, Texas, Larry and the Blue Notes were best known for this creepily uptempo garage rock song. Two versions were recorded in 1965, neither released because of the fear that the word "sadist" would lessen the chance of airplay. They dubbed the word "phantom" anywhere the evil "s" word occurred in the song and released it as "Night of the Phantom" on Tiris Records later in 1965. Can you believe the word "sadist" used to be considered too offensive for radio?  In some ways, I long for that kind of vulnerability.

31 Days of Halloween - Day Twenty-Five - Curtis Knight - Voodoo Woman

31 Days of Halloween

Day Twenty-Five:

I love this brooding number, brought to us by a guy who made a lot of his money also running prostitutes. He also came across a young Jimi Hendrix when they were staying the same hotel, who joined his band for a short time.

31 Days of Halloween - Day Twenty-Four - Louis Jordan - Somebody Done Hoodooed the Hoodoo Man

31 Days of Halloween

Day Twenty-Four:


Sunday, October 23, 2016

31 Days of Halloween - Day Twenty-Three - LaVern Baker - Voodoo

31 Days of Halloween

Day Twenty-Three:

Not all Halloween songs are about ghouls and goblins, Draculas and Vampiras, or werewolves or devils or demons. Some are about something much, much more common: evil boys. 

Saturday, October 22, 2016

31 Days of Halloween - Day Twenty-Two - The Frantics - Werewolf

31 Days of Halloween

Day Twenty-Two:

Awesome instrumental. Enjoy after dark.

31 Days of Halloween - Day Twenty-One - Round Robin - I'm the Wolf Man

31 Days of Halloween

Day Twenty-One: 

I like this one! Apparently there is some internet dispute on who actually is singing but to be honest I had never heard this song until right now so I have absolutely no idea on the subject. I am glad I came across this, it's definitely going to show up on the ROCK SEXY Halloween episode next week.

31 Days of Halloween - Day Twenty - Scottie Stuart - Nightmare

31 Days of Halloween

Day Twenty:

 Boss early 1960 rock and roll! I've heard at least one cover version. 

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

31 Days of Halloween - Day Nineteen - Fats Waller - There's Gonna Be the Devil to Pay

31 Days of Halloween

Day Nineteen:

The third installment of the cautionary tale rock set of this series is the great Fats Waller, taking it back to the roaring twenties, and the, well, what did they call the thirties? No matter I suppose, because it was never this fun being warned..."you can go to church on Sunday, you can wash your sins away, but if you're only good on one day..." you get the idea. 

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

31 Days of Halloween - Day Eighteen - Gin Gillette - Train to Satanville

31 Days of Halloween

Day Eighteen:

Another rare rockabilly tale of caution, in this one a sinner dreams of a fiery train picking up passengers and taking them to hell. When he wakes up he realizes the error of his ways and is ultimately able to make amends before his demise...but it still sounds eerie as hell! Like Freddie and the Hitch-hikers, this 45 is extremely rare. A copy was sold in 2012 for almost $300.

31 Days of Halloween - Day Seventeen - Freddie and the Hitchhikers - Sinners

31 Days of Halloween

Day Seventeen:

From 1961, possibly the first rock and roll record to feature a theremin? Featured on the Sin Alley compilation, this creepy gem is a warning for those that misbehave. A copy of the original 45 was sold last year on Ebay for $536, making me all the more grateful it has been made available to us via compilations.

Monday, October 17, 2016

31 Days of Halloween - Day Sixteen - Tarantula Ghoul - Graveyard Rock

31 Days of Halloween

Day Sixteen:
Tarantula Ghoul and her Gravediggers - Graveyard Rock

Here's a fun one! Tarantula Ghoul was a TV personality in Portland, the vampy master of ceremonies for KPTV's House of Horror from 1957-1959. Her fans affectionately referred to her as "Taranch." 
 Suzanne Waldron was her real name. 
Sadly there is not any footage of the show that survived, only some articles and a couple recordings of some horror-themed Halloween novelty songs. 
 According to her son, House of Horrors ended when she got pregnant. She was not married yet and in 1959, it was just not a good thing. She continued to work in commercial and theater though the 1970's. She died in 1982 of cancer, just shy of her 50th birthday. 
I wish we had vampy TV hosts now. I'd actually watch TV if Tarantula Ghoul and Vampira (or someone like them) were hosting horror themed TV shows. 

31 Days of Halloween - Day Fifteen - Danny Ware - The Zombie Stomp

31 Days of Halloween
 Day Fifteen:
Danny Ware - The Zombie Stomp

 Tis the season for Zombie-stomping!

Friday, October 14, 2016

31 Days of Halloween - Day Fourteen - Skip Manning - Devil Blues

31 Days of Halloween

Day Fourteen: 

This song is so cool its hot. Eerie and fun, the perfect addition for any Halloween soundtrack. 

This dancer is the A-side! To me it doesn't even sound like the same person. 

31 Days of Halloween - Day Thirteen - The Poets - Dead

31 Days of Halloween

Day Thirteen:
 Super fun Halloween doo-wop with appearances by Dracula,Vampira and more. 
This one's a groover!

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

31 Days of Halloween - Day Twelve - Screamin' Jay Hawkins - I Put a Spell on You

31 Days of Halloween

Day Twelve:

No one is quite like Screamin' Jay and no one ever will be. So over the top, so dramatic, so entertaining! The best known version of this song written by Screamin' Jay Hawkins was recorded in 1956. His subsequent performances featured him rising out of coffins, wearing capes and accompanied by a cigarette smoking skull. The video here is from 1990, proving that 34 years later, he still had it raw. 

And if you are a 90's child, there's a chance this could have been your first exposure to the song:

31 Days of Halloween - Day Eleven - The Cramps - I Ain't Nothing But a Gorehound

31 Days of Halloween

Day Eleven:

Well, I don't know about art but I know what I like...
Ah, The Cramps, it was only a matter of time before they showed up in the 31 Days of Halloween. Another band with a no shortage of Halloween appropriate songs, some might make the argument that almost any of their songs are appropriate for such an occasion. This one is pretty obvious. Here's a cool video out there from a 1983 performance at St. Andrew's Hall in Detroit (I saw Turbonegro in that venue a mere 20 years later) doing the song that boasts "even the devil gets dizzy at the stuff I dig" and "I'll be a-surfin' in your blood on a Saturday night."

Check out this 1998 interview from Independent of how best rock and roll couple of all time met.

<3  RIP LUX  <3 

Monday, October 10, 2016

31 Days of Halloween - Day Ten - Roky Erickson - I Walked With a Zombie

31 Days of Halloween

Day Ten:

There's plenty of Roky material that's appropriate for Halloween, many from the record "The Evil One," surprise surprise. Though himself not evil (good bad, he's not evil) he was subjected to mistreatment at a Texas mental hospital in the late 1960's and early 70's that caused many problems for him. If it weren't for the fact that his brother took over his guardianship in 2001 this story might have been much more sad, but Roky still tours to this day. Check out this documentary if you want the whole story.

Sunday, October 9, 2016

31 Days of Halloween - Day Nine - Roy Fox - The House is Haunted

31 Days of Halloween

Day Nine:
Super creepy sounding but the lyrics are so sweet. From 1934, it's sounds like it, it's great. 

For extra fun, check this out:

31 Days of Halloween - Day Eight - Cab Calloway - Ghost of Smokey Joe

31 Days of Halloween

Day Eight:

"I got a date on my estate down in Hades!"

31 Days of Halloween - Day Seven - Victoria Spivey "Spider Web of Blues"

31 Days of Halloween

Day Seven:

Here's an eerie ditty I learned about last year when compiling Part One of my third annual ROCK SEXY HALLOWEEN episode. Nothing gives me the chills like these primitive, early-mid century songs that could have been out of the stone age for all we know. Let alone I have a beautiful spider with the most magnificent web living outside my porch door at this very moment. October!

Thursday, October 6, 2016

31 Days of Halloween - Day Six - Kid Thomas "The Wolf Pack"

31 Days of Halloween

Day Six:

OOh another groovy wolf tune! I had to do it in three's, you know. This 1957 R&B groover is kind of creepy, he's howling at your door for goodness sake! Wolves=Halloween.

31 Days of Halloween - Day Five - Lord Dent and His Invaders "Wolf Call"

31 Days of Halloween

Day Five:

While we're on the subject of wolves I thought I'd pull this one out of the box. Sure, it's not a "Halloween" song per say, but it does talk about wolves, or their calls, anyway. And wolves are for Halloween. Plus the song is a top choice, prime rib sexy-saxy groover. Besides "wolf call" sounds much cooler than "cat call" any time of the year.

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

31 Days of Halloween - Day Four - The Frantics 'Werewolf"

31 Days of Halloween

Day Four:

Fantastic, creepy instrumental from late 1950's Seattle band The Frantics, aka The Four Frantics.

Monday, October 3, 2016

31 Days of Halloween - Day Three - Cris Kevin "Haunted House"

31 Days of Halloween

Day Three:

Here's a classic Halloween song! Stay stay away when the ghosts and the goblins play, advice I could certainly heed every now and then. This one's a nice rockabilly horror bop to get you in the mood. Innocent fun with ghosts, goblins, witches, zombies, Mr. Halloween himself, and many others - this  is what Halloween is all about!

Sunday, October 2, 2016

31 Days of Halloween - Day Two - Eartha Kitt "I Want to be Evil"

31 Days of Halloween

Day Two:
EARTHA KITT - I Want to be Evil

This is one of my FAVES, so much so that I was going to save it for later but then I was like no, don't wait. 
Don't make the people wait

Saturday, October 1, 2016

31 Days of Halloween - Day One - Bo Diddley "The Mummy Walk"

Hi there!
I'll be posting some of my favorite Halloween-ish songs every day for the month of October, also known as Rocktober. I am technically 50 minutes late for October 1st, in the eastern time zone anyway, but I stay up late so it still counts. I hope you enjoy the selections to come this month! I'll also be posting them on my Facebook, Tumblr and Twitter pages.

31 Days of Halloween

Day One:
BO DIDDLEY - The Mummy Walk

Hmm, so I am trying to figure out what the Mummy Walk is a euphemism for. Is it that obvious?

Friday, September 23, 2016

ROCK SEXY #152 9-22-16

Baby, I Love You - The Ramones
You Got Good Taste - The Cramps
No Love Lost - Joy Division 
Ghost Rider - Suicide
Speed of Life - David Bowie
My Flash On You - Unleashed

Spider to a Fly - Rolling Stones
Charge - Renegades
1-2-5 - The Haunted
Just a Little Bit - Them
Room 19 - Chain and the Gang
Try Me On For Size - Electric Prunes

Bad Woman - Fallen Angels
Train to Satanville - Gin Gillette
Blue's Theme - Davie Allan and the Arrows
El Paso Rock - Bobby Fuller Four
Honky Tonk - Buddy Holly

Beginning to See the Light - Velvet Underground
Dirty Water - The Standells
Shake - Shadows of Knight 
When the Night Falls - The Eyes
Oh You Devil - Oliver Brown
 La Nena - Juan Pena y sus Muchachos
When You Dance - The Turbans

The Bull - Fred Harris' Red Topp Organ Trio
Going Back to Orleans - Jesse and Buzzy
Dance the Mutation - Simply Saucer
Maria - Thelma and the Sleaze
Idol With the Golden Head - The Coasters
Mercy Mercy Mercy - Willie Mitchell

Beginning of Autumn - Capras
Theme from Unfinished Symphony - T. Terauchi and the Bunnys
Shaking All Over - Guess Who
Ride the Wolf - The Ghost Wolves
Midnight Radio - Hedwig and the Angry Inch

Thursday, September 22, 2016


Summer Means Fun - Bruce and Terry
I Fought the Law - Bobby Fuller Four
California Sun - The Dictators
Penetration - The Pyramids
Hurricane - Davey Cortez
Moon Madness - Pasquale and the Lunar Tiks
Endless Summer - The Sandals

June, July and August - Freddy Cannon
Surfin' Bird - The Trashmen
Hot Sand - Shocking Blue
Babylon - New York Dolls
Bikini Girls with Machine Guns - The Cramps

Bad Motorcycle - The Storey Sisters
Ride - Dee Dee Sharpe 
Boy From New York City - The Ad Libs
Fireball - The Torquays
Wild Weekend - Rockin' Rebels
Intoxica - Del Lagunas
Have Love Will Travel - The Sonics
Summer Sun Blues - The Go
 No Aloha - The Breeders
Pamela Jean - The Survivors
Oasis - The Majestics
Heatwave - Martha and the Vandellas
Island Fever - The Criterions 
I Wanna Be Your Man - The Youngsters

Just a Little Bit - Them 
Spent All My Money - Blackfoot Gyspies
Summer's Gonna Be My Girl - The Go
I Live For Cars and Girls - The Dictators

In the Summertime - Mungo Jerry
Wailers House Party - The Sonics
Keep on Knockin' - The Sonics
Cumbia En Do Menor - Lito Barrientos y su Orquesta
Perfida - Cha Cha Rhythm Boys
Wolf Call - Lord Dent and His Invaders
Ebb Tide - Continental Co-Ets

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

ROCK SEXY #150 9-1-16

Do You Remember Rock and Roll Radio - The Ramones
I Love Playing With Fire - The Runaways
Be Mean - The Tweens
Hey! - Gabriel and the Angels
Mashed Potatoes - Adventurers
Linda Lu - Adventurers

Here I Sit - The Ronnetts
Psychotic Reaction - Brenton Wood
Booga Bear - The Creators
Lover Please - Clyde McPhatter
The Twitch - Danny White
Let the Good Times Roll - Shirley and Lee
You're Gonna Miss Me - 13th Floor Elevators

It's a Dream - Little Ed and the Soundmasters Band
Suspicious Minds - Merry Clayton  
I'm Through Crying - Martha Carr
I Need Somebody - ? and the Mysterians
On the Move - The Trashmen
High School Drag - Philipa Fallon

Quatro Vidas - Cha Cha Rhythm Boys
Loretta - Senators
Mother Popcorn Pt. 1 and 2 - James Brown
Genius of Love - Tom Tom Club
White Light/White Heat - Velvet Underground

Sugar Doll - Johnny Jay
Blues Blues Blues - Hayden Thompson
I Get the Shakes - James and the Ultrasounds
Beach Ball - The City Surfers
London's a Lonely Town - Dave Edmunds
Wet Paint - Scene Creamers

Too Much in Love - King Kahn and BBQ Show
Ballroom Blitz - Sweet
Babylon - New York Dolls
Why You Wanna Do That - Thelma and the Sleaze

ROCK SEXY #149 8-25-16

Do You Remember Rock and Roll Radio - The Ramones
Gonna Make You - The Troggs
I Can Tell - Bo Diddley
Ham and Eggs - Skip Manning
My Babe's Gone - Ray Sharpe
Feral - The Gories
Gonna Live - The Ghost Wolves

Mojo Workout - Les Sexareenos
Chick Habit - April March
Honey True - Bloodshot Bill and Shannon Shaw
What is Love - The Shangri Las
Don't Know About You But I Feel Like Making Love - Blackfoot Gypsies
Certain Girl - Ernie K-Doe
Please Mr. Postman - The Beatles

Bye Bye Charlie - Lori Burton
The Greaser - Lord Dent and His Invaders
Bikini Girls with Machine Guns - The Cramps
Run For Your Life - Nancy Sinatra
Roadrunner - The Pretty Things

Midnight in the Barrel House - Johnny Otis with Pete Lewis and His Guitar
Romantic Mother - Jaxon Lee Swain
Be My Lover - Alice Cooper
Somebody's Gonna Get Their Head Kicked in Tonight - Fleetwood Mac
Good Good Lovin - Bocky and the Visions
Time Machine - The Makeup

Adderall - The Coathangers
Kari Ann - The Monsieurs
Only When I Dream - Bobby Fuller Four
Tired of the Night - The Go
City Slang - Sonic's Rendevous Band

All Night Long - Robert Parker
Another Night With the Boys - Big Dee Irwin
Private Number - William Bell and Judy Clay
I Wanna Roll Around With You - Blackfoot Gypsies

I Could Never Take the Place of Your Man - Prince

Monday, September 19, 2016

ROCK SEXY Rock and Roll Summer Camp

ROCK SEXY Rock and Roll Summer Camp 2016

Eagles of Death Metal and Thelma and the Sleaze at The Vogue in Indianapolis, IN 5-27-16



Blackfoot Gypsies at The Burl in Lexington, KY 7-21-16

The Coathangers at Zanzabar in Louisville, KY 7-25-16

Bloodshot Bill at Zanzabar in Louisville, KY 7-27-16

The Ghost Wolves at MOTR in Cincinnati,OH 8-1-16

Me! DJing at Highlands Tap Room in Louisville, KY 5-20-16

Sunday, August 28, 2016

ROCK SEXY #148 8-18-16

(Do You Remember) Rock and Roll Radio – The Ramones
Thinking About It – The Sheep
Rubber City Rebels – Rubber City Rebels
Walking With the Beast – The Gun Club
Come Into My Mind – Billy Childish and his Famous Headcoats
Penetration – The Pyramids

Run Run Run – Velvet Underground
Hanging On – Radio Birdman
I Didn’t Mean to Turn You On – The Makeup
Wade in the Water – The Makeup
Picture Book – The Kinks
Ramble – Link Wray

No One Knows – Queens of the Stone Age
Love is All Around – The Troggs
Hit the City – Mark Lanegan
Astro – The White Stripes
99 Chicks – Ron Haydock and the Boppers
Another Sad and Lonely Night – Bobby Fuller Four

Ooh My Love – The Chiffons
Puddy in Your Hands – Jean and the Statesides
Party Girl – Bernadette Carol
Tongue Tied – Betty McQuaid
Skull and Crossbones – Sparkle Moore
Funnel of Love – Wanda Jackson
What a Way to Die – The Pleasure Seekers
Evidence – Patrice Holloway

The 309 – Johnny Thompson
The Scotch – Ronnie Cook and the Gaylads
Bad Motorcycle – The Storey Sisters
Boy From New York City – The Ad Libs
Private Number – Judy Clay and William Bell
The Night – Dee Dee Sharpe
Let’s Dance – The Ramones

Getcha Hip Thrust – The Ghost Wolves
Fallin’ – Connie Francis
Primitive – The Groupies
La Arana – Kid Congo and the Pink Monkey Birds
Goody Two Shoes – Adam Ant