An intro and low hangin' fruit...

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An intro and low hangin' fruit...

Post  Sergio Paradise on Fri Aug 15, 2008 8:45 am

Hey there,

First a bit of an introduction: My name is Jamie and i'm in Sydney, Australia. I usually hang about on VG+ but the tittyshaker post over there prompted me to pop over here and have a bit of a butchers.

My musical taste probably leans towards the slower, moodier end of rock instrumentals (tittyswayers?). Some good examples are 'Tough Chick' by The Rockbusters, 'Mummy Walk' by The Contrails, 'Thunder' by The Storms, or even 'Experiment in Terror' by Henry Mancini. Can anyone suggest anything along similar lines?

My other question (and it might be a foolish one) is this: what are some fairly common, easy to find Tittyshaker 45s? Australia is a tough place to find stuff like this so eBay/online is my best bet.

Jamie


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Re: An intro and low hangin' fruit...

Post  the icky poo on Sun Aug 31, 2008 5:58 pm

welcome on board jamie, there are loads of easy ones to find - over half the ones I post i nthe juke joint pages are found under ten dollars.

try buying blind based on a few educated guesses, use this site as a starting point - but do please post your cool discoveries on here for us all to see.

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Re: An intro and low hangin' fruit...

Post  bazookajoe on Tue Sep 02, 2008 6:36 pm

hey jamie, i have a few great tittyshaker 45s i'd be happy to trade for a clean copy of the d-coys "bad times." surely this must be common in autralia?

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Re: An intro and low hangin' fruit...

Post  Sergio Paradise on Wed Sep 03, 2008 8:03 am

Maybe in Adelaide in the late 60s that single was common. I've never seen a copy (just got it on Ugly Things), though i'm no major Oz garage collector.

One vaguely mammory-jangling Antipodean '45 to look out for is (Johnny Devlin and) The Devils' version of 'Rumble'. It's not too far from Link's original but still pretty cool.

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Re: An intro and low hangin' fruit...

Post  bazookajoe on Wed Sep 03, 2008 9:53 pm

Sergio Paradise wrote: I've never seen a copy (just got it on Ugly Things),

me too Embarassed

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