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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Miss Lulu's Wig

"Ahhh...looka there...she ain't got no hair...."

Leonard Lee of "Shirley & Lee" fame goes solo on this tale of a follicle challenged dame.


Animated Comic Covers - Ya Can't Beat the .gif

An EXTREMELY close associate sent me these via Twitter. This guy's generally a riot in his reworking of classic comic scenarios - see all of 'em at his blog, May Contain Content.

Ram Jam... Black Betty

Ram Jam... Black Betty (Flash Video 02:24). America needs a Ram Jam reunion tour.

and this is ... well, it's terrible!

Monday, November 28, 2011

My Kinda Krampus

Sunday, November 27, 2011

'In my ugly, elitist opinion we are not all entitled to voice our opinions, we are entitled to pass along our informed opinions.'

Two-fisted, litigious writer Harlan Ellison speaks about speculative and science fiction writing.

Ocala Star-Banner Sept. 12, 1960

Malay Go-Go

Pure pop for Malay teens in these clips from the film Agogo '67.

Found at: Jhalal Drut

Outside the Lines

Well of COURSE there is a blog devoted completely to the history of crayons. You can see many swell boxes from past and present from a man who proudly proclaims that he has the largest crayon collection in the world. I, for one, am inclined to believe him.

Saturday, November 26, 2011

Yma In Moscow

Yma Sumac and her husband Moisés Vivanco perform "Chuncho" Live in Moscow 1961.
This was recorded when Yma Sumac and the Inca Taky Trio travelled The Soviet Union and the east of Europe in the first half of the 1960s. 

Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head

Friday, November 25, 2011

Suzy Snowflake

Suzy Snowflake (Flash Video 02:25). "...On December 28, 1953, Chicago area kids were introduced to the whimsical story of Suzy Snowflake 'tap, tap, tappin'' on every windowpane, seen on 'Garfield Goose and Friends' then on WBBM-TV."

Zip Code Mania

The wonders of the zip code as intoned by the Swingin' Six, a cadre of drug induced, hysterical post teens.

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Mr Weird and Wacky

Let me introduce to you this great blog full of vinyl records oddities for your listening pleasure. mr. Weird and wacky

The Bowling Song

Keglers of the world unite! Golf season is kaput and it's time to head to the poor mans country club to toss some splashers and avoid the dreaded "Grandma's Teeth". Our new team name this year - "Knock Whitey Down" is sure to strike fear into the hearts and minds of our feeble opponents.

This little ditty by Joe Montgomery will be our official team song.

Via 45 Blog

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Proof Jerry Mathers Didn't Die in Vietnam!

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Hop Inside Their Car

This is the best thing I've heard in ages....Ames Brothers meets amateur auctioneer meets Vehicle.....I'm in LOVE with this song by the Links! Thanks Bostworld!

The filth and the fury

What insights to the early days of punk — or the artist-manager relationship — might music historians glean from this caricature of Malcolm McLaren?

University of York archeologists have given the graffiti-covered walls of the Denmark Street flat once occupied by the Sex Pistols' John Lydon the Lascaux cave treatment:
'The tabloid press once claimed that early Beatles recordings discovered at the BBC were the most important archaeological find since Tutankhamun's tomb.

'The Sex Pistols' graffiti in Denmark Street surely ranks alongside this and - to our minds - usurps it.'

The researchers refer to the site as 'anti-heritage', because it contradicts what agencies and heritage practitioners typically value.

They say: 'We feel justified in sticking our tongues out at the heritage establishment and suggesting that punk's iconoclasm provides the context for conservation decision-making.

'This is an important site, historically and archaeologically, for the material and evidence it contains. But should we retain it for the benefit of this and future generations? In our view, with anti-heritage, different rules apply.'

Jukebox Jury 1978

Monday, November 21, 2011

Fiesta de Cha Cha Cha

Orquesta Hermanos Castro - Bon Bon Cha

Sunday, November 20, 2011


Julie Newmar is a toy company CEO named "Mother" who is trying to lure a nerdy toy designer (Wally Cox voice of Under Dog) to work for her. When her son (Victor Buono) throws a series of prostitutes at him to no avail, Mother realizes that the nerd wants HER, because she reminds him of his mother! Music by Quincy Jones.

From 1970, this film was also known as "Mother" and "Up Your Teddy Bear". Great scene with Victor Buono dressed as a prostitute!

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Mommy is A Tramp

Mommies have troubles too. Troy Hess whines about his mom slaving away at the titty bar instead of being a god fearing woman in "Please Don't Go Topless Mother"

Now Boarding the Bimbo Jet!

El Bimbo - Bimbo Jet (1975) Found at Musicas dos Anos 60

Friday, November 18, 2011

"Don't Sell Daddy Any More Whisky "

Ms. Molly O'Day & The Cumberland Mountain Folks warble another tune about the devil's nectar and the old man’s done got another brick in his hat.

That darned infant ain't too pleased either.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Obligatory Sombrero

If I've heard it once, I've heard it a hundred times, "Why are there never any sombreros on PCL? Are PCL-ers sombrero haters? Give me a quarter, bitch!" Well today is your lucky day, here is a link to Tito Guizar and his really special sombrero.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Explosion of the Tone Cabinets

Live from the Carriage Inn Restaurant next to Interstate 95 in Pittsfield, let's all enjoy the Hammond stylings of Mr. Cliff Duphiney......don't forget to tip your waitress!

Cocktails for Two - Cliff Duphiney

Monday, November 14, 2011

I Want Candy

Delightful images from a 1949 NWCA CANDY SALESMAN BOOK

Found at: everlasting blort

the Percy Trout hour New Mix #1

Here's a brand New Mix blended together by your very own friendly neighborhood Percy Trout!

Get it HERE.

... and Enjoy.

Sunday, November 13, 2011

"Ling Ting Tong"

If you don't recall, PJ is the Texan-born rock star who is famous for being banned in the Sixties for splitting his too-tight trousers repeatedly on stage. Here he is in this lip-sync nightmare.

My mouth is so dry ...

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Rasslin' With Satan

Can't find out much about this single or artist other than it has appeared on a few compilation LP's and is in regular rotation at the "Church of Yuma."

Friday, November 11, 2011

Oh Kay!

Kay Thompson wrote the book "Eloise", which is all I need to know about her (and if you don't know the book Eloise, you need to be sklonked in the kneecap). I suppose she was also in the movie Funny Face, and had a famous nightclub act too. Vinyl Whores led me to a lot of stories about her life and performance clips, you may enjoy it, too.

ฟ้าทะลายโจร - ฝนสั่งฟ้า

ฟ้าทะลายโจร - ฝนสั่งฟ้า (Flash Video 02:52). My favourite track from the "Tears Of The Black Tiger" OST (2000, directed by Wisit Sasanatieng).

Thursday, November 10, 2011

The Lord Speaks In Strange Ways

Markowee's You Tube Site

Esprit du Flair de Duphiney

Plush Swinging Stand-Up Organ Spree
Originally uploaded by pastorfuture

Who has a copy of this record? I NEED TO HEAR IT!!!!

Wednesday, November 09, 2011

From Georgia To Duluth

Betty Smith Quintet

Music from British vocalist and tenor sax player Betty Smith and her Quintet, circa 1957 from Brit Jazz.

Vintage Cigar Box Art

From 420tribune - where I don't need to tell you there are lots of other amazing things to find.

Cosmic Connections

Saturn calls and all equations from this devotee web site with some obscure links/downloads and info related to the man, the myth and the legend, Sun Ra

Adventure- Connection:Cosmic Rays

Tuesday, November 08, 2011

Delma's Dance Hall

Delma's Dance Hall
Originally uploaded by Holiday World & Splashin' Safari

The Dancing Chicken from Santa Claus Land

Monday, November 07, 2011

Super Freak

Classics are classics for a reason. The words and music of Rick James as interpreted by Big Daddy.

Chief of the Apache

I found this wacky song on a compilation album (K-Tell or something) out of a box with water damage which was delivered at Radio Zwolle some years ago. This Old Shatterhand who hasn't released any other songs apart from this one and its b-side "Thank You" must have been an undercover Dutch artist, judging by the accent. Also when I googled I found this labelscan with "Oscar Harris productions" on it. Harris also being the co-writer of the song, is a pretty wellknown Dutch-Surinam singer and producer. I don't think it's Harris himself singing here. It might be Alexander Curly, but I'm not sure...


More hippies

I'm not a specialist in this matter, nor do I have the time to specialize now. Also they're not from a website or anything. I just found them while hacking my away around the wireless networks in my neigbourhood ;)

Saturday, November 05, 2011

Uku revolution!

I rediscovered this tiny but mighty little instrument about a year ago myself, I am totally under it's spell now and so are a lot of my pupils.

Thursday, November 03, 2011

Vin Scully Thinks You Need a Shave.

I'm not sure whether the real star of this clip is Vin Scully's stalking behavior, Dick Radatz's tumbling, or Wally Moon's unibrow.

[via NotGraphs.]

When I Get Rich by Ted Silar

Recorded live at Godfrey Daniels in Bethlehem, Penn., U.S.A.

Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Brasil Doo-Bee-Doos

The Pan American doo-bee-doo chorus a la bossa nova, offered by Abracadabra - LPs do Brasil 2.

The Pan American Orchestra - Apito no samba

Tuesday, November 01, 2011

A Great Big Bowlful

It's a great big heaping bowlful of sugary goodness, vintage cereal commercials of such nutritionally empty cereals such as Mr. T, Pink Panther, C3PO's star Wars cereal, and Nintendo cereal.