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PostPosted: Sun October 21st, 2007, 13:32 GMT 
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Who plays in the background after The (fabulous) Staple Singers on track 55/02 an exquisite Ska version of Quizas Quizas Quizas (Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps)???? Sad


I found a clip on Amazon and now can say with certainty that it's TTRH favorite Prince Buster and his All Stars with his version of "Quizas Quizas, Quizas," titled "Rude, Rude, Rudee"


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Smashing! Thanks a lot. 8)


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Ref TTRH #56 Cadillac

The name of the Jim Flaherty's Caravan vocalist from Connecticut performing Real Gone Daddy is, according to His Bobness, Howie Strange.
He mentioned the name twice on that track.
I'll stick to this, since Bob can read. However I also found on several sources more often the spelling Howie Stange and once Howie Stang.
Details, I agree. :wink:

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I'm pleased Bob dared to play on his sponsored Cadillac show Mr Thrill performed by Mildred Jones. I'm not an expert in engines :-) , but I enjoyed this hot song of 1954. 8)

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TTRH #57 Head To Toe seems full of interesting musical discoveries.
Anxious to download the episode on iTunes.

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Won't "Head to Toe" be episode 8 not 7?
(I realize Halloween was a repeat.... )
Just asking.
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Hey Picasso, thanks for the listings! It is great to have the years with the tunes.
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MudCakeCreature wrote:
Won't "Head to Toe" be episode 8 not 7?
(I realize Halloween was a repeat.... )
Just asking.
:lol:

I personally stick to TTRH 57 in order to have a simple and logical track on my Alphabetical Artists Index as from 03MAY06 and to follow the number of times artists uncle Bob gives them playtime.
So I obviously don't take repeats into account.
Hope this does not confuse you. ;-)


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I have just filled the smelly ashtray.
Sorry for the delay, guys. :oops:

P.S.: sincere thx to stewART from Scotland and Patrick from Canada for special help this week. A dear Bulgarian friend of mine passed away last Sunday after fighting during 13 months against cancer.

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Full version of Smoking front cover here ! >

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"Dreams" artwork available here >
http://dylanstubs.com/pictures/2007_ste ... index.html

I've not heard from Picasso since the show, so the dates of release on back are based on my own research !
(Corrections welcome) .....Picasso, where are you ? !!

Opening /Harold Land w/ Dinah Washington (tenor saxophone)1954 ?
Darn That Dream - Dinah Washington 1954 ?
All I Have To Do Is Dream - The Everly Brothers 1958
The Boulevard of Broken Dreams - Tony Bennett 1950
I've Got Dreams To Remember - Otis Redding 1968
In Dreams - Roy Orbison 1963
Weird Nightmare - Charles Mingus 1960 ?
Sh-Boom - The Chords 1954
When I Stop Dreaming - The Louvin Brothers 1955
Daydream - The Lovin' Spoonful 1966
Do You Keep On Dreaming? - The Cherry Pies 1964 ?
Just a Dream (On My Mind) - Big Bill Broonzy 1939
When I Grow Too Old To Dream - Arnett Cobb 1959 or 1947-50 !
Innocent When You Dream - Tom Waits 1987


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My best guess of the release dates:

# 60 Party

Ain't Nothin' But A House Party - The Show Stoppers (1968)
Let's Have A Party - Wanda Jackson (1958)
Let's Party - Jesse Allen (1952)
Baby Gotta Party - Don & Dewey (1957)
It's My Party - Lesley Gore (1963)
Party Doll - Buddy Knox (1957)
Caldonia's Party - Smiley Lewis (1953)
I Paid For The Party - The Enchanters (1965)
Party Lights - Claudine Clark (1962)
Carnival Time - Al Johnson (1960)
House Party - Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five (1953)
The Party - Dolly Parton & Porter Wagoner (1968)
After The Bacchanal - Lord Beginner (1939)
Party Girl - Elvis Costello & The Attractions (1979)
The Party's Over - Blossom Dearie (1959)


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 Post subject: Dates for "Party" tracks
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I have a few different dates here...my sources have Party Doll in 1957 (Billboard charts), Let's Have A Party charted in 1960, and Party Girl was recorded in 1979 by E. C. Not trying to trash your research - can anyone else confirm or deny these? :(


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BostonT wrote:
I have a few different dates here...my sources have Party Doll in 1957 (Billboard charts), Let's Have A Party charted in 1960, and Party Girl was recorded in 1979 by E. C. Not trying to trash your research - can anyone else confirm or deny these? :(


Okay. All Music says Party Girl was first released by EC on Armed Forces in '79, and Party Doll was first released by BK in '57. I'll update my previous post to reflect those dates. But also according to All Music, Let's Have A Party was first released by WJ in '58. It was re-released in '60, according to Wikipedia.


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And..........?

Party - Dolly Parton & Porter Wagoner (1968)


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And..........?

Party - Dolly Parton & Porter Wagoner (1968)


Inadvertently left that one off. It's been added.


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"Dreams" artwork available here >
http://dylanstubs.com/pictures/2007_ste ... index.html

I've not heard from Picasso since the show, so the dates of release on back are based on my own research !
(Corrections welcome) .....Picasso, where are you ? !!

Opening /Harold Land w/ Dinah Washington (tenor saxophone)1954 ?
Darn That Dream - Dinah Washington 1954 ?
All I Have To Do Is Dream - The Everly Brothers 1958
The Boulevard of Broken Dreams - Tony Bennett 1950
I've Got Dreams To Remember - Otis Redding 1968
In Dreams - Roy Orbison 1963
Weird Nightmare - Charles Mingus 1960 ?
Sh-Boom - The Chords 1954
When I Stop Dreaming - The Louvin Brothers 1955
Daydream - The Lovin' Spoonful 1966
Do You Keep On Dreaming? - The Cherry Pies 1964 ?
Just a Dream (On My Mind) - Big Bill Broonzy 1939
When I Grow Too Old To Dream - Arnett Cobb 1959 or 1947-50 !
Innocent When You Dream - Tom Waits 1987


The Arnett Cobb tune was recorded in 1947 and appears on Blows for 1300. Weird Nightmare was recorded in 1946, featuring the lead singer of the Treniers.


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Thanks for keeping this going Mr Gladhead, stewART etc.

I hope our friend Mr Picasso is well and able to resume his normal research.


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is picasso OK?


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 Post subject: Parties intro
PostPosted: Mon December 10th, 2007, 10:22 GMT 
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For real completists:

I think I detected a couple of bars of 'All tomorrow's parties' by the Velvet Underground (1967) behind the intro to 'Party'


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# 61 Countdown (2nd Annual)

Eve's Ten Commandments - Helen Fleming (1966)
Rocket No. 9 - Sun Ra and his Outer Space Arkestra (1968)
Nine Have Tried (And Nine Have Died) - The Carlisles (1955)
Beat Me Daddy, Eight To The Bar - The Andrews Sisters (1940)
7H Du Matin - Jacqueline Taieb (1967)
007 (Shanty Town) - Desmond Dekker (1967)
Six Days On The Road - Dave Dudley (1963)
Five O'Clock Whistle - Duke Ellington & Ivie Anderson (1940)
Four Five Or Six Times - Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies (1934)
Three Hearts In A Tangle - James Brown (1963)
Cocktails For Two - Spike Jones & His City Slickers (1944)
I Want Two Wings - Rev. Utah Smith (1944)
One Bad Stud - The Honey Bears (1954)
One Hand Loose - Charlie Feathers (1956)
Less Than Zero (Dallas Version) - Elvis Costello & the Attractions (1978)


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Thanks Mr Glad Head !
Only one I found conflicting info for was Three Hearts in a Tangle - James Brown, which seems to have been released in 1962 ?

Also on my covers, although he doesn't play the complete track, I've added Rocket No. 9 - Sun Ra and his Outer Space Arkestra (1968)

Still not heard from Picasso !

Artwork here >
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Hold on, I'm coming!

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Nice picture!!!!!

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# 62 Number One

One - Harry Nilsson (1968)
First Time I Met The Blues - Buddy Guy (1960)
The One You Slip Around With - Jan Howard (1960)
Dedicated To The One I Love - The Five Royales (1957)
One Night - Elvis Presley (1958)
First I Look at the Purse - The Contours (1965)
Johnny One Note - Anita O'Day (1960)
One Meat Ball - Josh White (1944)
I'm The One Who Loves You - The Impressions (1963)
Make Us One - Miriam Makeba (1959)
One Time, One Night - Los Lobos (1987)
Just One More Time - Billy Gales with Ike Turner's Kings of Rhythm (1956)
Just One More - George Jones (1956)
One More Mile To Go - Otis Spann (1964)


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