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Thursday, June 30, 2005

Good old Rock & Roll

Cat Mother and the All Night Newsboys rocks out at the good old Record Brother.

Jerry Jazz Musician

Jerry Jazz Musician ...a counterculture world of music, art, ideas, gifts, and mid-twentieth century America...
An On-line Jazz magazine. Check out part four of the series on underrated jazz musicians, Gary Giddins, the country's most eminent jazz critic, talks about big bands.
Almost all articles carries sound clips. (via Bifurcated Rivets)

Wednesday, June 29, 2005

Have You Dug His Scene?

Yaphet Kotto: Have You Dug His Scene b/w Have You Ever Seen the Blue. Dug up and digged by Crud Crud.


As The Collector states: "Incredibly music with prepared piano and outer space themes from duo Ferrante & Teicher. ..."
Scroll way down and click on the front and back cover to download this piece of art.

Update: Read about "The roots of Ferrante and Teicher" over at Vintage Lounge

Lefor Openo

Lefor Openo is the pseudonym of the French illustrators Marie-Claire Lefort and Marie- Francine Oppeneau. Advertising and political posters of the sixties. The cool stuff!
This site is loaded with their works! (via Papel Continuo)

Vintage antique retro classic Fords

Vintage antique retro classic Fords. Great retro motor imagery. (via Vintage Photographs)

Oh. My God!

"Nothing, and we mean nothing can prepare you for the blood-soaked horror that awaits you in this Sundance short. You will literally say "Oh My God" while watching it. And not in the good way. You have been warned."
Oh My God presented by Atom Films. (via male.dei)

The mp3s will not be televised

David F Presents Gil Scott Heron (and of course we all know that The Revolution will not be televised)
Bill Murray sings Star Wars at The Entroporium.
3 tracks from Jack Nitzsche soundtrack to 'Indian Runner' (Directed By Sean Penn. Great movie!) At Score*Blog.
Bruce Haack and Cristine visits 20 Jazz Funk Greats.
And last - but not least - an excellent Aussie Surf Compilation over at Surf Mania (note: no perma links available at Surf Mania. Scroll down a bit.)

Tacky Times Vol. 8

"Empty bottles were flying everywhere, exploding as they hit the ground. Some lit fires up on the stand making people run in hundreds in panic. Others were tearing the benches apart. It was a rock'n'roll concert in Oslo, 1959."
Read more about this in the article Teddy Boys VS The Police At Rock Concert.
And don't miss Smoking Hollywood, a gallery of ads for cigarettes featuring some of yesteryears Hollywood celebrities, or the article about The Blond Goddess Of Bull Fighting!
Tacky Times Vol 8 is the talk of the town.

A Tribute To Ray Harryhausen

A Tribute to Ray Harryhausen (note: Flash), a Chinese version of YMCA performed by George Lam.
Wow! This, Ladies & Gentlemen, is POP CULTURE! (via The Crime In Your Coffee)

Updated: Sorry, linked to the wrong George Lam originally. Thanks George for correcting me and giving me a laugh. ;-)

Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Yet another template...

Ok, here it is.

It's the Minima once again.
And now I hope everyone (including Safari and MacIE users) is able to read this blog properly.
The template (and look) is not as fancy and cool as the last one - but it's simple and works ok I think.

Now we're just waiting for that PCL dude to start posting!!

But, hey! that's me....

Stay tuned.
Maybe tomorrow...

/Z aka Sebastian

Sunday, June 26, 2005

Week 15: The saviours from Sweden

These days there seems to be a genre for every other odd record ever made. Here at the office we found a real goodie. Suck on this lollipop: Swedish, Christian, instrumental surfrock. It´s not exactly a big genre, so far we only turned up one track. Recorded in 1966 by Eko-teamet, for their EP on Cantino, surrounded by three really lame Salvation Army type songs, which you are graciously spared. But we´re searching for more in this newly found genre. There might just be another one out there.

While we were digging in the old country we found a dusty tape of something really special, mainly for the Swedes. Although some of you weirdos out there in Never Neverland might enjoy the highpitched screams. It´s Swedish popstar Carola Häggkvist recorded live, in religious ecstasy, at a meeting with the sect Livets Ord (Word of Life) sometime in the mid 1980s. This was actually played on Swedish national radio back then, presented by radiohost Ulf Elving: and that´s just what you´re about to hear now. Good-old fashioned shouting for the need of discipline, obedience and some nearly-throwing-up moments of ecstasy. Or is that a demon trying to escape?

10 Vid hans kors (By His Cross) - Eko-Teamet
11 I religiös extas (In Religious Ecstasy) – Carola

Earlier posts 'Christianity Vs. Satanism', (Christianity:) Week 13 - Week 14

Updated: Tjena, Familjeliv! Hoppas ni har det bra och att ni har hälsans underbara gåva från ovan! Kom gärna å hälsa på i framtiden också. PCL LinkDump (dvs den blogg ni just nu diggar Carolas extas ifrån) är en härlig blogg med tonvis av roliga länkar. Va, fan! Man får väl passa på å göra lite reklam... ;.).
Lämna gärna en kommentar i min gästbok.

Friday, June 24, 2005

Something went very wrong...

...with this template.

So, this blog is on hold until new template is finished.

Sorry folks.

/Z aka Sebastian

Update!!! In the meantime the old ugly template is back!
This also means that quite a few of the links I had placed in the side bar during the time the "new" template was up are lost. I will of course update. But, for the moment, I'm sick of this blog and all the problems the "new" template caused (and the time I spent on it..........!).
The weather is very friendly and nice here in Sweden. I think I'll have a week or two off line.

Wednesday, June 22, 2005

That time of the year

It's almost THAT TIME of the year. I'll be off line for a couple of days.
Dont worry! I'll be fine.
See you next week. Skål! (mpeg movies via Adland)

/Z aka Sebastian

Tuesday, June 21, 2005

David Niven reads the "Worlds Most Famous Love Letters"

David Niven reads the "Worlds Most Famous Love Letters".
"From 1958, this Roulette album features Mr. Niven reading the love letters of Flaubert, Mark Twain, Napoleon, and others. I don't fully get the project: is it a weird white fifties equivalent of a Barry White album? ..."
Made availabel by
Snow Day. (thanks to William)

Favorite Old Church Hymns

Pastor McPurvis says: "Up this week we offer up the tremolo heavy sounds of the Colonel’s Mandolin Band, a 14 member childrens mandolin orchestra picking their way through 15 American hymn tunes. The group had the financial backing of Colonel Harland Sanders, founder and iconic spokesman for the Kentucky Fried Chicken (now KFC) chain of restaurants. ..."
Favorite Old Church Hymns - The Colonel's Manolin Band

Lynn Bianchi

'Servitude I' in 'Spaghetti Eaters'
[Click image for viewing at source]

Lynn Bianchi: Photography & Photo Sculpture (via xupacabras)
Note: May not be suitable to view at work. Artistic nudes.

L. Ron Hubbard's album, The Road to Freedom

Real Audio links for each track of L. Ron Hubbard's album, The Road to Freedom at WFMU's Beware Of The Blog!


Chameko-Do - Art and illustration from Japan. (via Bibi's Box)

Near East Brass

Jerry Fielding and his orchestra - Near east brass, west coast style is Weirdomusic.com's download of the moment. Im on track no. 3. Sounds great!

Index of /80sComicBookAds

Ads from 80's comics!, nicely scanned and uploaded by frankyfrank (from Tumble Forms)

'Batman and Me:' Caped Creator Bob Kane

"Fresh Air from WHYY, June 17, 2005 · In his autobiography, Batman and Me, Kane tells how he came up with the idea for the caped crusader, and what influence he had on the TV series and previous Batman movies. Kane drew Batman from its inception in 1939 to the late 60s. DC Comic still publishes Batman. The new movie Batman Begins has just hit theaters nationwide. This interview was originally broadcast on March 23, 1990."
Listen to the interview here. (via LinkFilter.net)

War of the Worlds: Webcomic

Dark Horse Comics are working on a free online adaptation of H. G. Wells' 'The War of the Worlds' . 12 pages up so far. Promising. (via BoingBoing)


AdLand: Sweden's most popular blog/web community!
And it's a very nice one if you're into advertising. Tons of cool, fun (or just elegantly done) or bad commercials to view or download here!
There is also a top of the pops of Adland ad-rag.com commercials.
(Thanks to Åsk for telling me that I needed to make adjustments to my Norton security settings to be able to view the blog. "/ad"- was blocked. Now I can see. I'm not blind anymore!!)

Laylah Ali

Untitled, 2004

Laylah Ali, art at Miller Block Gallery.

Monday, June 20, 2005

Tura Satana

"Tura Satana is one of the sexiest, toughest ass-kickers to ever grace a movie screen. Her role as Varla, the badass tough girl with out-of-this-world cleavage in Faster Pussycat, Kill! Kill! (which celebrates it's 40th Anniversary this year), is forever cemented as one of the greatest bad-girl roles in film history. Had Uma Thurman's Bride character come across Tura during one of the Kill Bill films, she would have most certainly met her match. We got a chance to ask some hard-hitting questions of this sexy film legend, from her days as a burlesque dancer, to her relationship with Elvis Presley, and she didn't pull any punches with her answers! "
What would you say was your worst out of control, stalker fan from your shows?
-How about people from the convention circuit?Oh, I don't get stalker fans. For one thing most of them are afraid of me. For another thing, my fans know that I can take care of myself. I once had a guy hide in my hotel room closet. After my show, I came in and proceeded to get ready for bed. When I went to hang up my clothes, there he was. He reached to grab me, but I got there first. He went flying across the room and wound up with a broken arm and busted nose and badly twisted leg. The house detective carried him out of my room and then I went to bed.
retroCRUSH interviews Tura Satana.

Storytellers Unplugged

"We're a group of thirty authors, editors and booksellers working in horror and dark fantasy who want to share our love of the genre with like-minded readers. Each day of the month a different columnist will contribute a post - some will be serious, some will be funny, but all will be informative. Join us daily! "
As Mark says: Interesting concept.
Storytellers Unplugged


A thrilling front-row center viewpoint on contemporary love. Lusty and lyrical...
Seduction! by Gregg Oliver and Lois Cooper is the Album of the Week at Basic Hip Digital Oddio.

Molly Crabapple

Found in 'Watercolour'

Molly Crabapple - Illustration (via The Cartoonist)



Ikeda Online, Japanese artist Ikeda. (thanks to Johnny)

Malls Of America

Westland Mall, Westland, Michigan. 1960's

Vintage photos of old Shopping Malls of the '60s & '70s
Malls Of America (via One Man Safari)

A visual supplement to the Exclamation Mark blog

[Touch Jesus]

Sunday, June 19, 2005

Comfort Stand Virtual New Years Eve Party

Comfort Stand are inviting people to participate in a Comfort Stand Virtual New Years Eve Party that kicks off December 31st, 2005! Read more about this at the Comfortblog.

Dream Dancing...Around The World!

Tumble Forms invites us to dream dance around the world accompanied by Ray Anthony.
May I?

Clown Porn

File this under: Porn/Clowns/Art/Experimental. If you're not into any of these "genres" it is highly recommended not to view this experimental short film (at least not alone...). And, Johnny, this is not a link you want to click I can assure you! ;-) (dock har jag inte lyckats identifiera Clownen Manne i denna film... lyckligtvis!) Not at all safe for work!! (via Robot Action Boy)

What??? I have no mention!?

From Wikipedia: "Definition of eccentricity - Eccentricity is necessarily defined relatively. For the purposes of this article, an eccentric is someone whose behavior, beliefs and/or hobbies deviate in a significant way from the accepted norms of their society, but otherwise can function largely as normal in society. He or she may be regarded as strange, odd or at least unconventional, irregular and erratic. Other people may regard the eccentric with apprehension but also with considerable amusement. ..."
Well, I couldn't find mrdantefontana anywhere, however this list(s) still carried some names of interest - like Edith Sitwell; G. I. Gurdjieff; Aleister Crowley; Syd Barrett; GG Allin and of course - Michael Jackson.
List of people widely considered eccentric (via Daily Mecury)

Saturday, June 18, 2005

The 80s Toon Archive

'My Little Pony' & 'Thundarr The Barbarian'

"My name is Edymnion, and I was born in 1981. I grew up in what may very well be the greatest decade for Saturday morning cartoons in history. There will be those of you who are reading this that don't know what it means to wake up at 6 A.M. on Saturday mornings with a bowl of cereal, only moving long enough to get up and change the channel, enraptured for six straight hours of cartoon goodness. These were the days before Cartoon Network, even before Nickeledeon. FOX would show an hour or two of cartoons after school, but that was it for cartoons during the week. Saturday morning, thats where all the good shows were. While there are still some channels that still keep up the old tradition, like Fox and Kids WB, the golden days of the Saturday morning cartoon show are long since gone. ..."
A large collection of 80's toon openers at
The 80s Toon Archive. (via LinkFilter.net)

Splogcast number 8

A new splogcast is now online:

http://www.hepcatwilly.com/music/splogman/splogcast8.mp3 (26 Mb)
http://home.deds.nl/~splog/splogcast8lite.wma (6Mb)

one of the singers in three of a kind: Leoni Jansen

The Collector

The Collector is a new online magazine with a quite eclectic agenda.
"Objects/Devices/Various: From Marie Curie to Martin Denny", it states.
Articles up for the moment is about Delia Derbyshire and Norman Bel Geddes' flying car, and some other cool things.
The Collector also presents some mp3s by artists The Collector likes. Up for the moment is a few nice ones by Les Baxter and Bossa by Miltinho & the Oscar Castro Neves Orchestra as well as 'Eleonor Rigby' by Walter Carlos.
So, Check it out!

Friday, June 17, 2005

Turn On/Tune In/Drop Out

"When a group of proto-hippie New York poets decided to get together to form a band, who’d of thunk that they’d be the precursors to both the folk rock and the punk rock genres? Started in the 60’s, the Fugs were proudly in favor of peace, free love, marijuana and freedom. They were against the status quo and were deemed so anti-government that they were the subject of a full scale FBI investigation. ..."
the of mirror eye and listen to "The Belle Of Avenue A", "Turn On/Tune In/Drop Out" and "War Song".

Jeff Davis

'Bonita Street' (found in 'Snappy Yo!')

Side Order Studio - The art of Jeff Davis (via Glubibulgà)

Week 14: Falling from grace with god, and a dummy

Since the HTMPL Team is very busy this weekend (oh, my! what beast have we created! we have 666 letters to read and reply to concerning our last post...) this post will come to you a little early this time.

It´s not that easy to fall from grace. Especially if you like to wallow in self-pity. If you did and if you do you might as well turn it into an artform for public consumption, like Tammy Faye Bakker who constantly seems to apply it, like her thick mascara under those ever running tears. But she did do some fun records back in the good old days with Jim. But Jim he fell so hard that he had to go to prison for a few years, even sharing a cell with Lyndon LaRouche. Imagine those two together in a cell – the mind boggles. Tammy jumped ship and shagged up with Jims mate Roe Messner. And on it goes.
There´s something about Tammys singing that keeps reminding us of our favourite ventriloquist dummy: Little Marcy. How can that be? Now, Jim fell for the money and Jerry Lees cousin Jimmy Swaggart fell for sex. There´s just too many temptations out there for god-fearing evangelists. If it´s not money or sex there´s always the bottle to turn to in between sermons. To gear you up before hitting the pulpit and telling them lazy sinners out there a true word or two.

07 The Devil´s After Me – Tammy Faye Bakker
08 Devil Go Away – Little Marcy

09 Drunken Preacher Preaching

Earlier posts 'Christianity Vs. Satanism', (Christianity:) Week 13

Telephone Wire Baskets

"For centuries South Africa's Zulu people have been famous for the sturdy and beautiful baskets they weave from grasses and palm leaf. The weaving was so tight that the best ukhamba baskets were actually used to store beer! Today these baskets are still woven in the countryside, but the Zulus living in urban area have invented a new kind of basket, the imbenge basket woven entirely of recycled telephone wire. The baskets are as bright and colorful as the telephone wire, and very sturdy. ..."
Read more (and enjoy these well-crafted pieces of beauty and functionality) about Telephone Wire Baskets! (via PLEP)

The roots of easy

"And, so, we've observed (aurally) that acres-of-strings easy listening existed in all of its massed magnificence at least as early as 1939. But where did it come from? Are there yet earlier examples of easy-esque pop? Music that was taking the EZ way out as far back as, oh, 1923? ..."
Lee teaches us a few things about The Roots Of Easy (and has eleven very pleasant audio examples by Paul Whiteman and other early soft swinging band leaders and arrangers).

Thursday, June 16, 2005

"A beautiful woman by day - a lusting queen wasp by night"

The Wasp Woman by Roger Corman is another good fun horror film from the late 50s made available by Internet Archive.
Go see it now! (via Das Dokument des Grauens)

Circus Museum, Netherlands

"W. Hollmann's giant children and prize baby: Anna 8 years of age, Lottie 1 year of age, Hermann 10 years of age"

An absolutely astonishing site paying tribute to the artworks of vintage circus posters (almost 8000!) from 1880 up to present, from the Netherlands to America.
CirkusMuseum.nl (flash required for maximum enjoyment) (thanks to Peter)

Safari, Safari, Safari... INFORMATION!!

As you know by now (especially if you try to read this site running Safari or MacIE) there is a problem...
It seems that some of you are not able to view this blog properly.
I'm very sorry about this. I've been trying to solve this problem for the last two weeks unsuccessfully.
The problems started with the change of template.

I will not go back and use the old template as it were (because I hate it and it was ugly!!).
But I will try to build a new look on one of bloggers standard templates.
But I have no time and energy right now.
So, this will have to wait a few weeks or so.

Just to let you know.

So, Safari users and you Mac- and Apple people out there: I do not hate you!!! I will try to make things right next time.

/Z aka Sebastian

Fun Ephemera Photoset

[Click the thumb to see it at the source]

Ward Jenkins, manager of the Ward-O-Matic Blog found a cool booklet from the late 50s. Now he will be sharing the imagery at Fun Ephemera Photoset over at flickr.
As he says "... This photoset will be an on-going thing, with me updating it periodically, adding images from my vast collection of fun, quirky and interesting ephemera, when I get the chance. ...".
So, we'll just have to check back regularly!

Françoise Hardy: "Saurai-Je?"

Bedazzled is now on Day 4 of 14 Scopitones In 14 Days. It's Françoise Hardy!

Btw: Don't miss out on this one! It's the Carpenters doing Bacharach/Davis Medley (from a BBC Live Concert). (.mov-file) Also made available by Bedazzled.

Author Interviews by Don Swaim

"Listen to the voices of many of the best writers of the English language. These uncut, behind-the-scenes interviews were the foundation of Don Swaim's long-running CBS Radio show, Book Beat.
Wired for Books is proud to make these important recordings publicly available in their entirety for the first time. Thanks for listening!"
Including interviews with highly appreciated authors such as: Douglas Adams, Paul Auster, Clive Barker, Ray Bradbury, Anthony Burgess, William Burroughs, James Ellroy, Doris Lessing, Joyce Carol Oates, Ruth Rendell and Art Spiegelman. (via Boynton)

For the record...

Dear Readers!

The foundation for this blog is my love of sharing (and the love of finding).
I think I'm doing a decent job. But I do not know for sure.
A good way telling me I'm doing a good or bad job is to leave a comment once or while.
This site has never before had such an high level of page load activity. The Average Visit Length is for the first time over 3 minutes (based on approximatly 700 vistits a day).
But I get less and less comments. I get more mails regarding PCL than comments these days.
Isn't that strange?

It's not that I need you to comment every goddamn post. But if you like this blog and want it here a little feedback here and there wouldn't hurt.

I'd probably do this anyway.

But I get more inspired by feedback.
So, feedback: better blog.

With love from the PCL headquarters

/Z aka Sebastian

Update: Thanks. I appreciate it! Now you guys don't have to leave any comments for the rest of the year... ;-) Kidding!

William Shatner hearts Vic-20

Commodore Vic-20 Commercial with William Shatner from the year 1980. It's 1,1 MB of retro futurustic fun! Made available at the Internet Archive's section for Open Source Movies.

Wednesday, June 15, 2005

The Sultans Middle Eastern Band

The Ethno-Cabaret Album Volume 3 by The Sultans Middle Eastern Band is a must for you ethnobeat fans out there. The sultans of bellydancin' swing are here!
Another great share by Marisa at Radio Bastet.

Michael Gillette

Biggie, Kurt and Aaliyah in 'Little Angels'

Michael Gillette - Artist. Mostly digital work. Very nice and varied portolio. Check out the section for sketches. Some awesome stuff there. (Note: the site is in flash and is graphic heavy)
Click the "cats" for larger view

Cosmic Baby

'Cosmic Baby’s Great Leap Forward'

Lili & Eddie of FWAK! Animation (and also of course the Fwak Blog) has made their pilot episodes of Cosmic Baby available online.
Cosmic Baby - Pilot Episodes (Note: These are large video files. Each episode is approximately 7 minutes duration. Right click to download to your computer.)
Cool stuff.

Common Tunes

CommonTunes provides a community platform for sharing freely available music and offers distribution via BitTorrent. Users can add links to music on the Web or upload their own files and create their own custom channels and podcast feeds.
CommonTunes is a partner site of
CommonBits.org - the community directory of political media.
Common Tunes - A Community Directory Of Freely Available Music. This is the Beta version.
(Note: Any license-free music or music that you have the rights to is appropriate for CommonTunes. Inappropriate content will be removed. Common Tunes respect copyright law.) (thanks to Jeff)

Mp3s - audio fun (via Internet)

Flobberlob has two musical numbers by Betty Grable.
Ear Fuzz' got two tracks from The Shape of Jazz to Come.
The Lounge Brigade are doing Sabbath's "Ironman" at Music For Maniacs.
Mambo to Pérez Prado at Locust St.
Some classic, hard and festive Turbonegro songs at Something I Learned Today.


"Drummer Palmolive, best known for her short yet memorable tenures with seminal girl punk (pop) outfits the Slits and the Raincoats, sold her drums and found religion in the eighties. She has lived in virtual anonymity ever since — in Spain, England and India, among other places.
Little did we know that, since 1989, the woman now known as Paloma McLardy has been a happy, church-going resident of Massachusetts, rearing her three children with husband Dave. The biggest surprise of all: she's drumming again."

Here's an interview with her. And here's her new site - Palmolive: Piercing the Heart of Punk (note: flash and Jesus!) (via MetaFilter)

Kon-Tiki and Other Sea Stories

"The story of Thor Heyerdahl and his crew's history making 1947 raft voyage from South America to Polynesia, read by Welsh born actor Alan Haines. A Listening Library 16 rpm "Talking Book." Though I have old Califone turntables that will play 16 rpm records, I used my modern turntable at 33 1/3 rpm to record it and changed the speed (pitch) of the digitized file. ..."
Welcome to the Listening Booth at Swankola.com!

Adela Leibowitz

'Black Henbane'

Pretty little girls are alone in the woods. It is twilight, and darkness fast approaches.
Adela Leibowitz - Fairytales of the Macabre (5 works) (via Ewokie's StumbleUpon Blog)

Tuesday, June 14, 2005

True Crime Magazine of the 1940s and 1950s

True Crime Cases 1952 October

"In 1940, to halt the flow of Canadian currency to the United States, the Canadian government banned the importation of certain classes of magazines from the U.S. (See trade press coverage, reproduced below.) In the wake of these moves, Toronto-based publishers moved in to replace imported titles with magazines of their own. The Norman Book Company, Classic Publishing Company and, most notably, Superior Publishers, published dozens of humour, romance, adventure and true crime magazines from the early 1940s through the mid 1950s.

This site includes the covers of several dozen Canadian true crime magazines from the 1940s and 1950s. These magazines are part of one history of Canadian cultural production, of those moments in which Canadian producers have moved to fill the gaps created by legislation or trade restrictions. Their covers form part of a history of urban visuality. In the design of these covers, text has become graphic, and graphic forms have been designed to quickly communicate mood or sensation. As these covers change, over a 10-year period, we see the posed theatrics of the pulp magazine give way to portraits, typically of solitary women. Then, in the early 1950s, headlines, datelines and other conventions of tabloid publishing will become more prominent, as the visual languages of the exposé newspaper and magazine displace those inherited from the pulp magazines of the 1920s and 1930s. "

The Canadian True Crime Magazine of the 1940s and 1950s (via Exclamation Mark)

Yorga, el Hombre Lagarto (the lizard man)

A full adventure of Yorga (70s photo novel comic in the horror genre) will be scanned and uploaded at Arboles muertos y mucha tinta. Check out the first post here! (in Spanish of course.) (via a best truth)

Erik Boker

(Found in 'People''Mustache')

Erik Boker [Note: Flash site], photographer. Interesting portraits and character studies (via Conscientious)

Rockin' Country Style

Rockin' Country Style is a superior re-source when it comes to Country Rock & Roll 1951-1964. Includes audio snippets and a song title index. Huge! (via Inaudible Cities)