Radio Free Gunslinger #9: Hot-cha!



Your host for this edition of Radio Free Gunslinger, entitled Hot-cha!, is Howard Cosell.

The Content

First Sequence:
Charlie Rich - Big Man
The Southern Jubilee Singers - There's a Man in Jerusalem
The Evans Family Singers - When I Walk on Streets of Gold
The Prisonaires - Softly and Tenderly
The Jones Brothers - Gospel Train

Second Sequence:
P.F. Sloan - Can I Get to Know You Better? (Demo)
Herman's Hermits - All the Things I Do for You, Baby
Betty Everett - Someday Soon
Terry Black - Can't We Go Somewhere?
The Grass Roots - (These Are) Bad Times

Third Sequence:
Martin Beirne - Medley: Kilkenny for Me/Boys of Ireland
The Flanagan Brothers - The Night Pat Murphy Died
James J. Mullan - Arrah, Come in Out of the Rain, Barney McShane
Frank Quinn - Donovan's Reel
Packie Dolan - Mullins Fancy

Fourth Sequence:
Baby Ray & The Ferns - The World's Greatest Sinner
The Animals - The Other Side of This Life
Burt Ward - Orange Colored Sky
Bobby Jameson - Gotta Find My Roogalator
The Penguins - Memories of El Monte

Summation:
The Dave Brubeck Trio, with Gerry Mulligan - Out of Nowhere

3 comments:

Joey X said...

Thanks, Tom, enjoying this at work today. Nice way to ease into the work week.

Robert Fiore said...

"Memories of El Monte" was composed by one Frank Zappa, was it not?

swac said...

Always happy to hear some love for Herman's Hermits.