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[Feb. 3rd, 2007|07:44 pm]
soda pop rip off

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I don't know if anyone still writes here, or reads this.

I'm taking a course in Popular Music this semester and although most of the stuff we cover is very well-known (it's 'Popular Music' after all), I found it refreshing to listen to some old stuff. Here's the first three cds + tracklistings:

1A

Blind Alfred Reed: "The Wreck Of The Virginian"
Robert Johnson: "Me And The Devil Blues"
Judy Garland: "Over The Rainbow"
The Carter Family: "Keep On The Sunny Side"
Jimmy Rodgers: "Blue Yodel No. 1 (T For Texas)"
Hank Williams: "Lovesick Blues"
Big Mama Thornton: "Hound Dog"
Arthur Crudup: "That's All Right"
Elvis Presley: "That's All Right"
Bill Monroe: "Blue Moon Of Kentucky"
Elvis Presley: "Blue Moon Of Kentucky"
Elvis Presley: "Blue Moon"
Elvis Presley:"I Want You, I Need You, I Love You"

1B

Little Richard: "Tutti Frutti"
Pat Boone: "Tutti Frutti"
Frankie Avalon: "Venus"
The Shirelles: "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow"
The Righteous Bros: "You've Lost That Loving Feeling"
The Chords: "Sh-Boom"
Booker T and the MGs: "Green Onions"
The Beach Boys: "Surfin' Safari"
Dick Dale: "Misirlou"
Woody Guthrie: "Do Re Mi"
The Kingston Trio: "Tom Dooley"
Bob Dylan: "The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carol"
Bob Dylan: "Like A Rolling Stone"

2A

Lonnie Donegan: "Rock Island Line"
Lonnie Donegan: "Cumberland Gap"
Muddy Waters: "Hoochie Coochie Man"
The Bluesbreakers: "All Your Love"
The Rolling Stones: "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"
The Beatles: "Please Please Me"
The Beach Boys: "Good Vibrations"
Jefferson Airplane: "White Rabbit"
The Grateful Dead: "Dark Star (excerpt)"
Jimi Hendrix:: "Purple Haze"
The Beatles: "Tomorrow Never Knows"
The Beatles: "Eleanor Rigby"
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[User Picture]From: thisradioactive
2007-02-05 01:45 pm (UTC)
over here we've got late night radio stations that perfectly hit the spot for oldies. I don't know if you can get them on podcast or anything, (you're from the states, right?) you probably can... bbc 2 (my favourites are thursday nights) and magic.fm (sad, yet oh so cool at the same time).
I would get the links for you but i'm trying to find out whether that Woody Guthrie "Do Re Mi" is anything to do with the Carter USM song "Do Re Me, so far so good".

my infinite coolness never fails to impress me.
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