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Saturday, December 31, 2011

Ape Call

I, Dick Cannon, pass judgement and officially declare the official song for the year 2012... or not.

Thursday, December 29, 2011

Blue Jeans (1975)

Everyone! Sing along! "Blue..... Jeans..... hot..... pants.... why?...... why'd you move your hips so near my face?"

Gloria Guida portrays Daniela, a seventeen year old street -walker by the nickname of "Blue Jeans".

I've Got a Pain in My Sawdust

The oddest thing about this record is not the falsetto of Tiny Tim, or his choice of obscure tunes, but the bizarre and seemingly random laughter and crowd reaction from this (supposedly) live record, "Concert in Fairyland". You can hear him imitating each of the Ink Spots in his version of "If I Didn't Care", romancing those with canine-hearing in "Indian Love Call", and resurrecting the long-forgotten "I've Got a Pain in My Sawdust". Truly an effective way to rid your home of those last New Years Eve party stragglers who refuse to leave.

Mihail Boyarskii - New Year is coming!

Mihail Boyarskii and The PCL Crew A Go Go Dancers

Music Mr. Ivanov, words D. Ruby 1985, uploaded by pustinnik25

Where are the termites when you need them?

Mitch O'Connell shares with us his collection of ventriloquist pics and my personal phobia of the demons that await my arrival in Hades.

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Mama Guitar

Andy Griffith was cool.

Andy Griffith was a great actor.
More info about the movie here: A Face in The Crowd

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

a Killer

Featuring Clive Jones (from Black Widow, from "Come to the Sabbath" not to be confused with Black Sabbath, etc...) as a lead singer.
NSFW (boob alert)

Monday, December 26, 2011

So Wrong, it's Even More Wrong...

...all these years later. Love Jimmy Savile's awkward intro.

A few nights ago, a friend and I were discussing this song and he said, "God...what was he thinking? And it was a hit!" Skin-crawling, to this day.

Music to be played before midnight

This is one of my favourites in the Hammond genre: Dorsey Dodd playing songs like: c'est si bon, St Louis Blues, El Negro Zumbron, Tea for two and even A whiter shade of pale (here called: senza luce).
If you don't have any boxing to do this evening, maybe you can listen to this album, but make sure you do it before midnight, otherwise the whole effect will be spoiled:


Sunday, December 25, 2011

Terry Gilliam's The Christmas Card

An oldie, but a goodie. I'd seen clips of this before, but never the whole thing.

Saturday, December 24, 2011

JingleBell Rock on handbell

No, I didn't say that I don't like Christmas! I love it! I like the abundance of food and drinks, seeing my family once a year: my elderly aunts and uncles, the sweet nieces from Portengense Brug and my dirty cousins from Amsterdam, going to a church packed with people taking flashlight pictures of their family-members in the choir and speaking of which ... most of all.... I think the music this time of year is great, don't you agree? Especially all those bells! I can't get enough of them.

Don't forget to see the other handbell-clips as well. They're a real treat!

Wow - Fleischer Christmas!

Holy crap - Charlie Parker.gunslinger, etc, etc. contributor swac posted a link to the Fleischer Brothers online Museum which has a wunderbar collection of Christmas cards.

D*mn! Sh*t! The F*cking Best Xmas Gift Ever, B*stards and B*tches!

Spotted by me and purchased at the thrift shop TODAY, by Lex 11. Who wouldn't want to protect their families' precious ears from foul language? Klik 4 bigger

It has a handy chart using amount of cusses removed from popular movies, in order to prove "f"-icacy.

AND It has a setting to allow schmucks like Pat Robertson to shout "Jesus Christ!" without it getting bleeped.

Hooray for Curse Free TV - Fuck Yeah!

The Rhodes Kids Christmas

IT'S GETTIN' ECKS-MASSY UP IN HERE. And you know what that means. Everyone's favorite semi-forgotten Partridge Family rip-off band, celebrating the season so that you don't have to!

And if you tire of Xmas music (because truthfully, it kind of sucks) clear your palette with this hot number:

Friday, December 23, 2011

Splognerizer 42

Splogcast for those of you who don't have or don't need a warm 'christmas feel', but also NOT suited for those of you who can't stand Dutch Led Zeppelin-imitations, any progrock, or symphonic rock, or improvising violins randomly mixed through Deep Purple, or Theodore Roosevelt or Zappa songs cut into tiny bits. (so don't tell me I didn't warn you)

artwork: Frits Jonker

update: the divshare-player doesn't seem to work and the soundcloud-server automatically refused the podcast because "Our automatic content protection system has detected that your upload "Splognerizer-42-dec2011" may contain content that is owned or licensed by Sanctuary Records Fontana (Roy Wood, Intro)". Yes, the fun is gradully filtered out of the net. See the comment section for a temporary solution. If you don't hear from me again it's because I had to pay a fine of 45.000 euros for using the first 70 seconds of Roy Wood's Eddy and The Falcons" which I can't pay because I still haven't recieved ONE cent of copyright-related money for my own songs. It's unfair, mama! Just because THEY are big and I am small ...

It's Not Xmas w/out Liberace!

Thursday, December 22, 2011

No More Xmas Music, Unless It Contains the Words Spazz or Burrito

....and is sung by an amorous mouse puppet. The playlist includes En un burrito orejón, and the incredibly festive Spazzacamino, I don't know what holiday Spazzacamino represents, possibly one that has something to do with dysfunctional classic vehicles, but it's a swell tune. And on the same blog, you can get some holiday tunes from the very excellent Los TNT, including Escuchad, Escuchad which turns out to be Jingle Bells, but better.

Topo Gigio - Spazzcamino

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Barbara Lynn - You'll Lose A Good Thing

Barbara Lynn - You'll Lose A Good Thing (Flash Video 02:58). Thank you, Stan.


It's always disappointing to buy an album and get it home, only to discover the record inside doesn't match the cover. That happened recently at Ghost-Capital, but the story here is much worse than usual. Here's the deal....

"the jacket advertises the song "kot mai fai daeng (law of the "red light" [period])" by phanida sutthicharoen... and yes, that's "period" as in menstruation.. thus the blood-soaked cover: bizarre!"

So if anyone has a copy of this record, I'm interested in hearing it, especially if you are able to translate the lyrics.....

Dick and the King.

What an auspicious day! For it not only marks the birthdays of benevolent Swedish monarch Dante Fontana and genius American composer Frank Zappa. It is also the 40th anniversary of the day Elvis Presley showed up unannounced at the White House asking to be made a federal drug enforcement agent. He was eventually whisked inside to be introduced President Richard Nixon in one of the more surreal summit meetings between politics and pop culture. The National Archives has an interactive online presentation about the event, filled with plenty of Flash and other modern internet trickery.

Electronic Harmonicats and their Dolls

This one's in honor of our beloved Mr. Dante Fontana, who celebrates a birthday today. Hope he likes Electronic Harmonicats, but then, who doesn't.

Jerry Murad's Electronic harmonicats - The Wooden Soldier and the China Doll

Tiddly-Winks and Whist

Everyone's getting playing cards this year. With animals.

Monday, December 19, 2011

VICE Guide to North Korea

Hey! A dead dictator for my birthday! Thanks!

Vice Guide to Travel shows this scintillating culture in all its glory.
Just kiddin'!

Listen to the Percy Trout Xmas Special tonight!

the Percy Trout hour
Xmas Special 2011
Monday Night (12-19-11)
8pm to 10pm EST-USA

WRFL 88.1fm
Lexington, KY


Sunday, December 18, 2011

American Song Poems

My awakening to the song poem genre is long overdue. After stumbling onto the genius of Norm Burns, a few weeks back, I've seen the light and can now call my pathetic life complete.

Back in 2005, WFMU's Beware Of The Blog posted American Song Poem MP3s: MSR Madness, Volumes 5 and 6. The collection is a testament to the bottom feeders of the musical food chain - the song poem musician. Taking inane and sometimes very personal lyrics sent in by aspiring "songwriters and poets", these Mozarts of the Maudlin set this often insipid drivel to music. God bless them.

For your consideration, here are a few ear bending cases in point.
The Real Pro's - Teenage Queen

Kay Weaver - Womans Liberation

Rodd Keith - Let's Go Savage You and I

Oodles more at the aforementioned link.

Seeburg 1000 Background Music

Listening to this music on the Seeburg 1000 makes me want to go shopping at the E. J. Korvette's circa 1965. You can find manuals, background music streams, and more at this link celebrating the mighty Seeburg 1000.

Thanks to Bryan Lord for sending me this link!

Gruppo Sportivo May 20th, 2011 Almere, NL

Gruppo Sportivo play their unforgettable songs from the seventies at the occasion of their 35th anniversary.

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Man-Weasel or Mongoose?

Well, I don't know about you, but I am surely interested in the tale of a talking mongoose that captured the imagination of 1930s psychics and spiritualists, as well as the general public. The Dalby Spook, aka Gef, was said to be coaxed into polite conversation with the residents of Dalby on the Isle of Man. I'm sure I would enjoy the company of a talking mongoose, and would be plenty interested in what he had to say, how about you?

Hard Head

Norm Burns does little to conceal his misogynistic tendencies and rage in this light, country shanty. Just in time for the stressful holiday season.

Ala: The World's Worst Records

Thursday, December 15, 2011

The Beau Brummelstones - Laugh Laugh

The Beau Brummelstones - Laugh Laugh (Flash Video 02:58). Wilma and Betty watch The Beau Brummelstones perform on Shinrock (The Flintstones, season six, "Shinrock A Go-Go," originally aired on December 3, 1965).

One More Harry Morgan RIP

Zontar of Venus had this great image from his series Pete and Gladys. But this post, while paying homage to he who embodied Bill Gannon, is actually about the rich, eyeball-stinging panoply of film imagery at the Zontar site. I wanna say....holy shit. Ok I cussed, now go.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Shall We Dance?

Shall We Dance? - Jack Jones

This kitty hates Johann Strauss II

Monday, December 12, 2011


I can't read and I can't write down
I don't know a book from countdown
I don't care which shadow gets me
All I've got is someone's face
Money goes to money heaven
Bodies go to body hell
I just cough, catch the chase
Switch the channel watch the police car
I can't read shit anymore
I just sit back and ignore
I just can't get it right, can't get it right
I can't read shit I can't read shit
When you see a famous smile
No matter where you run your mile
To be right in that photograph
Andy where's my fifteen minutes

Yayo Lives!

It was pretty heartbreaking yesterday to discover that one of my favorite blogs by Yayo Salva had been removed. Yayo has been an incredible source for obscure and out-of-print pop music from around the world -- I can't imagine my current collection and playlists without him. Fortunately, a few of his blogs still remain: Voces del Folclore and Viejos Estilos.

Visit and enjoy while you can, my friends.

Sunday, December 11, 2011

MY EYES!! Milwaukee Bus Passes

Ugh I can't remember who posted this first, but thx.
Milwaukee Bus Passes - an assload of 'em. Such variety!
Go Look Here

C'est Magnifique

Boot Sale Sounds has one of those incredibly loopy clangy percussion extravaganzas that you either love or loathe. He apparently loathed it because it's not even separated into cuts, it's all just one side of the record. I chopped it apart with a pair of dull left-handed scissors and offer one of the tunes below.

C'est Magnifique - Skip Martin

Rebel Music

This atrocity made the rounds some time back with various junk music purveyors. I must've been drunk that month. The good folks here at PCL are more than happy to pick up the scraps and share it with our minions.

The James "Rebel" O'Leary family were a local outfit out of the bustling metropolis of York, Pennsylvania who were well known for plugging in wherever and whenever duty called. This take on the Ernest Tubb standard, "Walking The Floor Over You" is proof positive of their prowess.

Galeria of Failed Dance Crazes Part One-Derful: Do the Woodbine Twine!

From Chicago Soul by By Robert Pruter:
"The Jerk (the dance) was not very popular among blacks, at least in Chicago. When the did do the Jerk, they generally combined it with the Twine which was similar but with more fluid and sweeping motions".

Fluid and sweeping sounds like work to me, I'll stick with the Woodbine Twine which directs you to "arch your back and stomp your feet, make yourself comfortable..." ....and I stop with the "make yourself comfortable" part, and grab a frosty beverage in the process. Cheers to the Woodbine Twine!

Scotch Gift Tape, 1960's

Scotch Gift Tape, 1960's
Originally uploaded by Roadsidepictures

Be sure to check out all the other great holiday gift giving ideas from the Minnesota Mining & Mfg. Co.!

Saturday, December 10, 2011

I've seen this guy before, somewhere ...

Don't You Even TRY to Fence Me the F*ck In!!!

Ya cain't beat thet Cole Porters
performed by the godlike-to-boingboing-followers Davey Byrnes

Friday, December 09, 2011

Discipline is required ...

Read the rest HERE ... if you dare.
~ Percy

Cruise Ship Magic

Another cop from Mark Belcher at Appearing At The Motel Lounge which I would recommend as a daily stop in your internet daze.

The sultry sounds of Pam and Wes aboard the road to nowhere.

Thursday, December 08, 2011

Reet, Petite and Gone

It's a pity that the dialogue scenes are so damaged, but signal-to-noise during the musical numbers is more that adequate to enjoy these copious one-after-the-other Louis Jordan numbers. Download this Archive.org gem HERE (Divx, no less!)

Wednesday, December 07, 2011

Farewell, Bill Gannon.

Harry Morgan died today at the age of 96, and all the tributes are focusing on his role as Col. Potter in "M*A*S*H." And rightly so, I suppose, but I'll always have more fond memories of him as Officer Bill Gannon in "Dragnet." I nosed around for a good clip to post here, but everything on YouTube is very Jack Webb-centric. Still, I did turn up this little piece of fluff...

[via EarCandyFilms]

Tuesday, December 06, 2011

You're Gonna Love It, Cuz I don't

Honest to God, this album absolutely grated on my nerves and I couldn't delete it quickly enough, which probably means since I'm so totally out of synch with blogging anymore, it will probably be universally adored. So have at it, I'm back listening to Cacka Israelsson.

Monday, December 05, 2011

Listen to the Percy Trout hour tonight!

the Percy Trout hour

Monday Night (12-5-11)
8pm to 10pm EST-USA

WRFL 88.1fm
Lexington, KY


Øystein Sunde, Sodsai Chaengkij, Poncie Ponc, and other Music You Will Surely Want

There's a new mess of weirdness over at Fyrtårnet, including some of the most horrific cover versions imaginable, such as These Boots Are Made For Walking, Baby Elephant Walk, and Satisfaction.

Papi Papi Papi - Mayte Gaos

Songs for Swinging Losers

It took me a long time to discover the music of Buddy Greco, but now I'm a major fan. And, it took me a long time to find Songs For Swinging Losers, it's been posted for a few weeks now-- but if you're as slow as I am you may not have found it yet. Enjoy, I did.

Buddy Greco - By Myself

Saturday, December 03, 2011

Bridge Jumpers Lament

Jack Barlow cuts the cord with a smile on his face.

Let's head down to the snack bar!

Who doesn't love a piping hot fried egg at the drive-in? Or a giant hot dog, generously "laced" with mustard? Just remember: reversing out of your position is strictly forbidden by the Control Room.

Friday, December 02, 2011

Jack Hammer (again!)

While I'm continually aurally assaulted by power tools in my neighborhood, I reserve the right to unabashedly love Jack Hammer. Reader Meyer emailed me recently that Jack Hammer lives in my adopted hometown of Hollywood! We must find! Jack if you google yourself please email me.

Thursday, December 01, 2011

Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn

The most merciful thing in the world is, I think,
that the mind is unable to connect and link
all the disparate pieces of things that we know
and thus learn of the horrors that lurk down below.
Read it here.

Mike Tyson sings The Girl From Ipanema

Accompanied by Daniel Jobim. No further comments.

Wild Xmas with Bomarr Vol 6

Wild Xmas with Bomarr Vol 6. Available NOW!  Christmas will not be crazy enough without this!