Another TV Neats track I found on YouTube, this one is written and sung by Ric Orlando (then known as Ricky Rondo) who is now a pretty well-known chef and restauranteur near Woodstock, NY. He also won on that show "Chopped" a couple times. Buy TV Neats musics on CD Baby.
This is pretty cool. Someone made a fan video for a song I wrote and sang with the band TV Neats back in 1980 or thereabouts. This has been cited as one of the earliest examples of use of an English accent by a US born Punk Rocker. TV Neats @ CDBaby
A rare LP from 1964 from Lightnin' Hopkins entitled "Lightnin's In Town." We will listen to the whole LP. Sam John Hopkins (1912-1982), better known as Lightnin’ Hopkins, was an American country blues singer, songwriter, guitarist and occasional pianist, from Houston, Texas. Also - 1950's "Extended Play" 45s by Chuck Berry and Elvis. Hosted by Spike Priggen. Link.WGXC.org
It is far and few that I strongly recommend a Pop record achievement from my own country but, here is one of those rare instances when I strongly do; it is nothing short of a mini-masterpiece, the one time collaboration between famous Tarantino "Death Proof" movie soundtrack recording star, April March (in her world known cover of Swingin' Mademoiselle Ye Ye queen France Gall's Serge Gainsbourg-penned "Laisse Tomber les Filles" : "Chick Habit" that was even used later for a national Renault French car advertising campaign)... and French Indie Avant-rock band, Aquaserge, from the southern provincial town of Toulouse, up to here an excellent Robert Wyatt-era Soft Machine influenced combo. Excellent... which in itself is a rare instance among the French indie rock and pop scene enough to mention!