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Doo Wop II
Sweet harmonizing voices may lull you to a hazy splendor, but it wasn't without a heavy price. Learn a little something about the dark side of Doo Wop while listening to a few classic tunes. -The Collegians. Zoom, Zoom, Zoom-Linda Scott. I've Told Every Star-The Turbans. When You Dance-Clyde McPhatter. A Lovers Question-The Echoes. Baby Blue-The Shirelles. Will You Love Me Tomorrow-Major Lance. Mama Didn't Know-Otis Brown and The Delights. South Side of Chicago
You've Got Soul
Get your dance shoes and groove to this weeks playlist! Aside from some soulful tunes learn a little something something about an underrated group who made huge contributions to Motown and who can forget the hardest working man in show business? -The Jokers. Soul Sound-Barbara Lewis. Baby I'm Yours-Ray Charles. Let's go Get Stoned-Martha and The Vandellas. Jimmy Mack-Wilson Pickett. In the Midnight Hour-Tyrone Davis. If I Could Turn Back the Hands of Time-James Brown. Papas Got a Brand New Bag Pt I-Lee Moses. Bad Girl
Girls in Garage IV
Ladies in garage meet the ladies in the ring. Wrestling is much more than dramatic storylines with rehearsed moves, it has given the opportunity to marginalized groups and created cultural icons. Learn a little about its importance throughout south of the border while listening to an all ladies playlist. - Sandy Edmunds. Come See About Me-Denise and company. Boy, What'll You do Then?-They Pussycats. You Can't Stop Loving Me-The Debs. My Best Friend -The Pleasure Seekers. What a Way to Die-Silky and The Shauntungs. He's a Fink-Darby Sisters. Go Back to Your Pontiac-Judy Brown. I'm Such a Fool
Howdy, y'all. Need some tunes to cure that lonely heart of yours? Or maybe a few tunes to listen to while you stargaze with your trusty horse? Tune in to this weeks episode for a sweet country playlist while learning a little something about a few country star heavyweights. -Hank Williams. On Top of Old Smokey-Guy Mitchell. Heartaches by the Numbers-Connie Francis. Who's Sorry Now-Don Gibson. Sea of Heartbreak -Faron Young. Hello Walls-Slim Whitman. Indian Love Call-Eddy Arnold. It's a Sin-Brenda Lee. I'm Sorry
Happy Halloween my ghouls and goblins. Learn a little about the paranoia surrounding the candy that fills trick or treat bags of costumed children along with some Evangelical exorcist history. Tune in, my lovelies. -The Cadillacs. Frankenstein-Sonny Day. Creature From Outer Space-John Zacherle. Dinner with Dracula-The Nightmares. The Headless Ghost-Round Robin. I'm the Wolfman-Billy Massey. Ghost Town-The Keytones. I was a Teenage Monster-The Poets. Dead
Screamin Good Time
Bubbling cauldrons and spooky spells galore, this weeks terrifying episode includes some of shock rocks biggest artists and a playlist that'll rattle your bones. Tune in and get your fix.-Screamin Jay Hawkins. I Put a Spell on You-The Sonics. The Witch -Tom and The Tempests. It's Over Now-The Searchers. Love Potion No. 9-Screaming Lord Sutch. All Black and Hairy-Kip Tyler. Eternity-Steve King. Satan is Her Name-The Last Word. Sleepy Hollow
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Perfect podcast to get a blast from the past as well as a way to learn about some of musics history. The knowledgeable hostess pairs themes, great research and related music to help you enjoy learning while hearing great feet tapping tunes! Definitely a must to subscribe to.
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podcast you should turn to when trying to get your fix of music and history blended into the perfect cocktail! Loaded with historical facts and stories that correspond to the episode’s musical themes, each episode takes takes you through different eras of time while tapping your foot to some sweet jams!
Gets your feet tapping while learning something new
If you like trivia and good music I most definitely recommend you listen to Napalm Nanny and The Shack. She will take you in a musical journey with a lovely voice 👌🏾