Blues, punk, rockabilly soundtracks to your soon to be favorite books
Hard at work on scheduling the remander of the year, but here is a look at the month's ahead. Visit the show blog.
April Releases -
Episode 25 - The Gentlemen's Hour - Don Winslow
Surf! Punk! Violence!
Episode 26 - HATE! - Peter Bagge
May releases -
Episode 27 - Harlan Ellison vol. III - The Glass Teat
XXX#4 - ???
XXX is a show in which I make soundtracks for exploitation and cult films that never were.
I spend most of my free time listening to music on my commute to work (30 minutes) and writing them down. It's not really safe driving that way but its safer than golfing in a thunder storm. Those dozens of pieces of paper end up in my pant pockets and washed once in a warm/gentle rinse. Then my wife irons the pants (relax equal opportunists I cook and do all the dishes) =. Honestly I wouldn't wear clean clothes if I had to launder them. I fear the washing machine and have been at war with it for quite some time. The dryer is starting to switch allegiances, but only, I think, because they share an outlet.
Once cleaned they accumulate on my dresser until I get pissed at myself for making a mess and transfer them to the W.B. Mason Yellow Legal pad. I don't use College Ruled because I don't really believe in in supporting something that wasn't true. On the W.B. Mason Yellow Legal Pad I create a set list and sketch the cover (Cover Creation to be discussed later). The monologues get notes and outlined as well.
These, to be discussed later, tend to range from formal pieces to more ad libbed speeches. I try to connect the book as much as possible but have difficulty feeling like I'm saying too much (To this you are welcome to weigh in on).
I do this mainly because I love music and books. I made tapes as a kid. Lots of tapes. Mainly to people who hated my music that I wanted to convert. I saw myself as a musical John the Baptist. At least the living and converting part; I have no desire to be decapitated.
And that is how I start the process. Next month I'll share the exciting world of shutting up cats and how much coffee is too much for podcasting.
Give a listen as I tell you what the following songs have to do with Peter Bagge's infamous comic series HATE.
A Simple Gesture - J Church
Hate Your Friends - The Lemonheads
Tarpit -Dinosaur Jr.
Beergasm -The Karl Hendricks Rock Band
Slack Motherfucker -Superchunk
They Don't Care -Fastbacks
Stumblin' Man -Tad
If I Think -Mudhoney
Feels Blind -Bikini Kill
One Out of Four -Seaweed
Be Nicer To Me -Can You Imagine?
I Can't Control Myself -The Troggs
Lil' Red Riding Hood -John Felice
Can't Stand It -The Greenhornes
Muck 'n' Bullets -The Mobbs
New Resolution -Heartless Bastards
California Sun -The Ramones
No Correspondence -The Beckett Quintet
Mine All Mine -The Beat Rats
Love Is All Around (The Troggs Cover) -Mooseheart Faith
Ain't like you -The Primates
Episode 27 – Music to Read Schitzles Der Cat: Side A
Tranquilizer – The Lively Ones
Satisfy You – Thee Vicars
The Owl and the Pussycat – The Bards
Yeah – The Alarm Clocks
El Gato – The Chandelles
Spending Cash, Talking Trash – Thee Exciters
I Can’t Make a Friend – The Vagrants
Rebel Rouser – The Ventures
The Young Psychotics – Tav Falco’s Panther Burns
Knock You Flat – The Dimension
Daddy Walked in Darkness – Gil Bateman
Off the Hook – Dukes of Hamburg
Satan’s Theme – The Challengers
Haulin Hearse – The Ghastly Ones
The Stripper – Rockin’ Rebels
Ain’t That Just Like Me – King’s Ransom
Loco Mosquito – Iggy Pop
Mini-Skirt – 4 Score
Miniskirt Blues – The Flower Children
Tobacco Road – Johnny Kongo and the G-Men
Let There Be Drums – Thee Gravemen
Coffee Baby – Buddy Philips & Rockin’ Ramblers
Already buried beneath a bevy of badass broadcasting this the latest installment of Bibliodiscoteque. You liked part one - you'll love part two.
Turn it the hell UP!
It's Trash - Cavemen
The Rat's Revenge - The Rats
Get Down (and Get Stupid!) - The Del-Gators
Good Times - The Easybeats
Playa De Los Muertos -Bomboras
The Story Of My Life - Unrelated Segments
I Fought The Surf - The Vultures
Bad Part Of Town – Barefacts
It's My Pride - The Thanes
Do What's Right By You - The Routes
Get Ready for Action! - Mondo Topless
Ghastly Stomp - The Ghastly Ones
Chicken Voodoo Blues - The Creeping Ivies
El Humo Te Hace Mal - Los Peyotes
Grits And Grease - The Quintette Plus
Burnin' Rubber - The Surfaris
The Devil Dance - The Devils
Three Kats in a Tub - Mr. Gasser & The Weirdos
No Correspondence - The Beckett Quintet
Mr. Moto - The Belairs
No Escape - The Seeds
The shape I'm in - The Masonics
Can't Judge A Book - Thee Headcoats
Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell - Iggy And The Stooge
This November, Bibliodiscoteque will be hosting its first ever listener-generated show.
*Here's how it will work:
1)Name the song you want, the band, and a particular version, and album. Punk, hardcore, blues, garage, soul...Its up to you!
2)If it gets chosen for the show I'll dedicate it, simply give you credit, or awkwardly pause in place of your name. If you want your real name, cool. If you want your GPPN moniker, that is cool, too.
3)Since podcasts go for 60 minutes, I can only take so many songs. First come. First served.
Coming Sept 20th at 2 pm GMT
Episode 30 – Josh Latta’s Rashy Rabbit
Skin You Alive – Midnight Woolf
For Cryin’ Out Loud – Bunny Sigler
Fine As Wine – Willie Kendrick
Baby Baby (LP Version) – Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers
Buzzsaw Twist – the gee cees
Buzz Buzz Buzz – Jonathan Richman And The Modern Lovers
Der Fuehrer’s Face – Spike Jones & His City Slickers
Shake Shake Shake (Bonus Track) – White Denim
Here It Comes – Brian Jonestown Massacre
This Charming Man – The Smiths
This Thing Called Love – Esquerita
I’ve Been Loving You – Cindy Scott
How Deep Is The Ocean – Lonnie Johnson
Hush-Hush – Jimmy Reed
Bottom Of The Sea – Billy Childish & Dan Melchior
The Mollusk – Ween
Devil Behind That Bush – The Cramps
Jump in the Line – Harry Belefonte
Beyond The Sea – Bobby Darin
It’s Him! – White Denim