Greg Belson w/guest DJ Brian Waters – 45s of Fury (07.22.15)

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Greg Belson hosts this monthly excursion into rare soul, raw funk and other wild madness from the 1960-70′s. All the tunes are are from 45 RPM discs selected for your listening pleasure.

Our special guest for this months show, is a native Angelino known for his multiple residencies around the city as well as his amazing radio show ‘Boogie Disease’ on Luxuria Music. Brian’s collection runs the gamut from hard hitting soul to titty shakers, R&B shufflers, oddball big band and anything that tweaks the synapses of his twisted dome. He has an ear for the obscure, which always makes for a treat when you hear his set….just cos you’re never quite sure what you’re gonna get. One thing’s f’sure……Mr Waters delivers a mixed bag of goodies right here….ably assisted by Mr Belson…..check out these furious 45’s for something a little…….different.

 

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The Strangers ‘Caterpillar crawl’ (Titan)
T.L. Clemons & Combo ‘Let’s jerk’ (Combo)
George (Wild Child) Butler ‘Hold me baby’ (Jewel)
Tony Middleton ‘Blackjack’ (Triumph)
Lloyd Price ‘Hello little girl’ (KRC)
Big Jay McNeely and his Orchestra ‘The Goof’ (Federal)
Claude McLin and Combo ‘Ruff’ (Allegro)
Aaron Neville ‘Over you’ (Minit)
Little Richard ‘Baby, don’t you want a man like me’ (Modern)
Bessie Banks ‘(You should have been a) Doctor’ (Spokane)
Tony Borders ‘Pass the word’ (Hall)
The Virtues ‘Guitar on the wild side’ (Virtue)
What’s Happening ‘Hot buttered buns’ (Coreco)
The Pazant Brothers ‘Toe jam’ (RCA Victor)
Gunga Din ‘Crab cakes’ (Valise)
The Rance Allen Singers ‘Let’s get together and love’ (Reflect)
Jack Wood ‘So sad’ (Lawrence)
XL5 Minus 1 ‘Harlem shuffle’ (Cove)
The Explosions ‘I seem to be crying’ (Lu-Bet)
Johnnie Morisette ‘Run’ (Bay-Tone)
James Brown & the Famous Flames ‘Tell me that you love me’ (King)
Buddy Guy ‘Crazy love’ (Chess)
Big Jay McNeely & Band ‘Psycho serenade’ (Swingin’)
The Quarter Notes ‘Punkanilla’ (RCA Victor)
Timmie Rodgers & his Orchestra ‘Teedle dee teedle dum’ (Mercury)
The Pacesetters ‘Ronnie’s beat’ (Wink)
The Vowels ‘The Stretch’ (Lebam)