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Re: Compilation Recommendations

Post  the icky poo on Wed Jun 03, 2009 12:45 am

I wouldn't know where to begin licensing the tracks. Icky Poo seems to be pretty rare to find?

Voodoo Drums (do you mean the aki alongi 45?) should be easy enough to locate a copy? have you tried gemm.com or even ebay?

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Post  jordi duro on Fri Jun 05, 2009 7:52 pm

damn!
i was going to say that i have a spare copy, but i dug it out and it has a crack coming from the label into the grooves. it clicks a little at the end, but plays fine.
otherwise it looks vg+.
if anyone wants to trade...

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Re: Compilation Recommendations

Post  el watusi on Fri Jun 05, 2009 9:15 pm

Which record do you have Jordi?

I have just scored a Mint copy of Voodoo Drums, I still need both Icky Poo & Crawlin'

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no hit records

Post  the wrestling jesuit on Tue Jun 09, 2009 1:44 am

no hit records aka sounds that swing best little record store in london - i hear they are moving from inverness street to bigger premises - well worth a visit for grind frolic etc - have been selling the stuff for years -and if you do go checkout the dj wheelie bag in all its glory on line shops such as spindrift bim bam and born bad worth a shout - but crypt germany is hard to beat - finally notice a few bloggers putting the comps up on their blogs - not sure about the etchics of this - stay grindin

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These comps had a few tittyshakers

Post  Mondo Loco on Fri Aug 28, 2009 9:02 am

These compilation disks had some solid tittyshakers on 'em. Some well-known, some not. Not all tracks on these are tittyshakers, tho...some will lean toward rockabilly or surf...but all are great comps!

Bettie Page - Jungle Girl
Bettie Page - Private Girl
Bettie Page - Danger Girl
The Big Rumble (Killer Dillers) Vol. 1-5 - mostly rockabilly, but great stuff
Bug Out - Vol. 1 & 2
Buttshakers - Vol. 1 & 2 (More late 1960's - soul tittyshakers)
Camp Burlesque (contemporary, but great!)
Concussion!!! 18 Gougin' Instrumentals 1958-1965
The Dog's Bollocks of American R&R Instrumentals - Vol. 1-4
Elemental Instrumentals!! Raw, Primitive, Instrumental Rock from Cuca
Fast-Track: 16 Blazing Instrumentals
Forbidden City Dog Food
Greasy Rock 'n' Roll Vol 1-9
Swing for a Crime
Swinging at the Go Go Club!
Tabu!
Wavy Gravy - For Adults Only and Four Hairy Policemen









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Post  the wrestling jesuit on Sun Aug 30, 2009 1:58 pm

grind be with you loco - great list of comps- forbidden city dog food a particular fave - the recent double lp - high school rumble vol 3 -in the style of strummin mental well worth a listen - and for those who like the jazzier side of life pesky serpent are releasing vol 2 of the very wonderful beat jazz series- the dogs bollocks series is now upto vol 10 though very patchy - there is also a series of instrumentals released on the stylus label available from BIMBAM and compiled by the very wonderful Trevor which covers american and british instros - some shakers in amongst them but once again very patchy

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Yowsa!

Post  Mondo Loco on Wed Sep 09, 2009 8:38 am

Thanks for the tips! Time to do a little shoppin'!!!!

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Post  the wrestling jesuit on Sat Nov 14, 2009 1:47 am

greetings
new compilation on the sub rosa label called Heavy jelly looks worthy of a listen peace and grindin

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Re: Compilation Recommendations

Post  bazookajoe on Mon Nov 23, 2009 3:52 am

the new kim fowley comps on norton have some great tittyshakers!

dig it:

http://www.dustygroove.com/item.php?id=j5w2gzs5zw

http://www.dustygroove.com/item.php?id=n5q3bnn88t

the listing is for cd, but of course it's on wax too. killer liner's by kim fowley and miriam linna! order 'em from norton!

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Tabu 2 and 3

Post  KOOKIE KAT on Sun May 08, 2011 7:37 pm

Till bout one Week, I'm focused on the 2 new opus of TABU !

The TABU 2 ! Tracklist :
CHAMPS - Beatnik
THE DEBONAIRES - Bonecracker
THE FOUR FINKS - Wiki wiki woo
XAVIER CUGAT - Tabesco
THE HOLLYWOOD PERSUADERS - Thunderbird
BILLY BIZARRE - House off the rising sun
THE SAINTS - Pigtails
B.B. KAMES - Misirlou
THE CENTURIES - Jack 23
THE BLOCKBUSTERS - Gorilla walk
THE GRAND PREES - Jungle fever
LEON & THE BURNERS - Crack up
THE WOBBLER - Wobble
and more...

The Tabu 3's :
CHALLENGERS - Deadline
THE TARENTUALS - Tarentula
LES CHAKACHAS - Twist hula
CHARLIE JESTER- Crazy baby
THE COUNTS - Turn on song
THE VELVETONES - Beetle walk
VINCE & THE VICTORS - Some kind of drums
JOHNNY & THE HURRICANES - Sheba
TV TEMERS - Jungle bongo
ALI HASSAN - Malaguena
VAMPIRES - The glob
JOE COTA - Creep on con rock
RED RYDERS - Savannah slow down
and more...

GET IT !

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tabu 2 and 3

Post  the wrestling jesuit on Fri May 27, 2011 10:34 pm

greatly enjoying the new tabus - and although not shakers has anyone heard the volumes of JERK BOOM! BAM! Greasy Rhythm & Soul Party

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Post  the wrestling jesuit on Mon Feb 06, 2012 2:07 am

hello all, new compilation titled TITTY-TWIST-A-GO-GO appearing on the crypt website and why dont you obtain a copy of bob taylor 7" as well - finally jazzman releasing a series of shakers from mid feb 2012

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Re: Compilation Recommendations

Post  KOOKIE KAT on Wed Feb 08, 2012 11:49 pm

Hi mate, did you give an ear to this compile ?
I was wondering to get it.

The "Wowsville" repro is a great stuff that anybody must get...more than a bootleg record !

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Post  the wrestling jesuit on Thu Feb 23, 2012 3:33 am

hi kookie kat sorry for delay in responding titty twist a go go well worth a listen some new some comped before and some very much lounge - however enough to get you grindin and shakin thanks too for your posts re recent repros

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Re: Compilation Recommendations

Post  KOOKIE KAT on Mon Mar 12, 2012 8:52 pm

Just Got it and Love It !
I really enjoy this kind of instros ! cheers

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spoonful vol 1 -7 sin city

Post  the wrestling jesuit on Sun Jun 03, 2012 7:35 pm

hi does anyone know anything about these comps best wishes

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Va! Va voom!!

Post  KOOKIE KAT on Tue Oct 09, 2012 11:45 pm

Va! Va voom!!

I haven't listened whole that comp for the moment.
Some tracks are well known tunes ever comped many times.

Tracklist:
Side A:
1.- Jimmy Riddle - LET'S GO
2.- Dondi - S&L
3.- Ray Ellis - THE SHEIK
4.- Baby Earl & The Trini-Dads - BACKSLOP
5.- Bill Dogget - THE WORM
6.- JC Davis - FEZNECKY
7.- Sleepy Summers - STRANGE CARGO
8.- Spinners - NOTHIN'

Side B:
1.- Chris Towns - VA VA VOOM
2.- Shandells - BLACK CRACK
3.- Don Caron - TWIST CHA-CHA
4.- Buddy Harmon - SUMMIT RIDGE DRIVE
5.- Les Gottamou - GRIBOUILLE
6.- The Tikis - BIG FEET
7.- The T-K-O's - FAT MAN
8.- Bowlegs - ONE MORE TIME PT.1




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Sin City Jukebox CDs = Awesome!!!

Post  elviki on Sun Oct 14, 2012 5:07 am

the wrestling jesuit wrote:hi does anyone know anything about these comps best wishes

I love the Sin City Jukebox series! A German DJ was visiting New Orleans when he struck up a conversation with a local cab driver named Herb Franklin. It turns out that back in the late 1950's and early 1960's he owned a Biloxi, MS based topless bar called Sin City. Any time a 45rpm was rotated out of the jukebox Franklin added it to his private collection. A collection that eventually grew to 15,000 strong. The DJ, a really cool guy named Reinhard, convinced him to digitize some of the blues, R&B, soul, rockabilly, and country records taken directly from Sin City's jukebox. The music is fantastic! The graphics are fantastic! The CDs are cheap (6 Euros)!

By the way an eighth was just released recently...

The Sin City Jukebox CDs can be obtained through the record label's Facebook page. Simply search for "Spoonful Record Label". Click on "Photos", "Albums", then "The Spoonful Series" for details on the individual volumes. Get 'em all... they're great!

If you have trouble finding the link let me know...

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Post  elviki on Sun Oct 14, 2012 5:17 am

the wrestling jesuit wrote:hi does anyone know anything about these comps best wishes

Actually just search "Spoonful" and it should turn up...

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Re: Compilation Recommendations

Post  KOOKIE KAT on Wed Oct 17, 2012 4:23 pm

elviki wrote:A German DJ was visiting New Orleans when he struck up a conversation with a local cab driver named Herb Franklin. It turns out that back in the late 1950's and early 1960's he owned a Biloxi, MS based topless bar called Sin City. Any time a 45rpm was rotated out of the jukebox Franklin added it to his private collection. A collection that eventually grew to 15,000 strong. The DJ, a really cool guy named Reinhard, convinced him to digitize some of the blues, R&B, soul, rockabilly, and country records taken directly from Sin City's jukebox.

The kind of experience that everybody here wish to live !
Thanks, for the recommandation, I'll dig this comps soon. Do you know if vinyl comps are planned to be released ?

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Re: Compilation Recommendations

Post  elviki on Wed Oct 17, 2012 5:11 pm

KOOKIE KAT wrote:
elviki wrote:A German DJ was visiting New Orleans when he struck up a conversation with a local cab driver named Herb Franklin. It turns out that back in the late 1950's and early 1960's he owned a Biloxi, MS based topless bar called Sin City. Any time a 45rpm was rotated out of the jukebox Franklin added it to his private collection. A collection that eventually grew to 15,000 strong. The DJ, a really cool guy named Reinhard, convinced him to digitize some of the blues, R&B, soul, rockabilly, and country records taken directly from Sin City's jukebox.

The kind of experience that everybody here wish to live !
Thanks, for the recommandation, I'll dig this comps soon. Do you know if vinyl comps are planned to be released ?

I would say no. To the best of my knowledge Sin City Juke Box and the rest of the Spoonful series (66 discs) are only available on CD-R (hence the cheap price).

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Re: Compilation Recommendations

Post  reefer man on Fri Feb 08, 2013 9:21 pm

well people here really have a good taste
all comps that i was goin to say were already mentioned but one

INSTRO INFERNO

1-6 volumes

worth checkin out


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Instro Inferno Madness!!!

Post  elviki on Sat Feb 09, 2013 7:35 pm

There are actually eight volumes in this series (starting with 0 and ending with 7). Send me a private message and I'd be happy to upload the comps you're missing.


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Sin City Jukebox On Vinyl!!!

Post  elviki on Fri Feb 22, 2013 8:25 pm

elviki wrote:
KOOKIE KAT wrote:
elviki wrote:A German DJ was visiting New Orleans when he struck up a conversation with a local cab driver named Herb Franklin. It turns out that back in the late 1950's and early 1960's he owned a Biloxi, MS based topless bar called Sin City. Any time a 45rpm was rotated out of the jukebox Franklin added it to his private collection. A collection that eventually grew to 15,000 strong. The DJ, a really cool guy named Reinhard, convinced him to digitize some of the blues, R&B, soul, rockabilly, and country records taken directly from Sin City's jukebox.

The kind of experience that everybody here wish to live !
Thanks, for the recommandation, I'll dig this comps soon. Do you know if vinyl comps are planned to be released ?

I would say no. To the best of my knowledge Sin City Juke Box and the rest of the Spoonful series (66 discs) are only available on CD-R (hence the cheap price).


I am happy to report that a limited edition, clear vinyl version has just been released! The records are sure to go fast! Grab one while you can!!!


In the USA:
http://slovenly.com/store/sin-city-jukebox-vol-1-lp.html

In Europe:
http://www.soundflat.de/shop/shop.cfm
The LP doesn't seem to be on the web site yet. I found the information on Soundflat's monthly newsletter...

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