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March 22, 2014
Options March 22, 2014 The Ann Sheridan Memorial Playlist
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Artist Track Label Format Approx. start time
The Vanguards  Options Twangler   Earth  45  0:00:00 )  
The Prowlers  Options Bongo Rock   No Label  45  0:04:30 )  
The Trends  Options Rock'in   Dade  45  0:07:08 )  
Jim Radi and The Sidemen  Options Motovation   Impalla  45  0:09:19 )  
The Polk Brothers  Options Going To The Hop   Flag  45  0:15:48 )  
Alvis Wayne  Options Don't Mean Maybe, Baby   Westport  45  0:16:49 )  
Jack Scott  Options Greaseball   Bear Family CD  CD  0:19:30 )  
Al Davis and The Gunshots  Options Ricky Tic   Manco  45  0:21:55 )  
Johnny Jano  Options Mabel's Gone   Hollywood  45  0:24:26 )  
The Big Rocker  Options Rock-N-Roll Romance   Lucky Four  45  0:26:20 )  
Barney Hughes  Options Topless   La Louisianne  45  0:28:28 )  
Wonder Boy Travis  Options She's Got Eyes Like A Cat   Ace CD 1388  CD  0:35:37 )  
Chuck Martin  Options Dilly Waddy   Ace CD 1388  CD  0:36:58 )  
Wild Child Gipson  Options Kool   It's A Hit  45  0:38:30 )  
Smilin' Joe  Options Sleepwalking Woman   Imperial  45  0:40:45 )  
Smiley Lewis  Options Queen of Hearts   Imperial  45  0:45:49 )  
Clayton Love Orchestra  Options Bye Bye Baby   Groove  45  0:46:27 )  
Narvel Felts  Options Rocket Ride   Mercury  45  0:49:06 )  
The Carousels  Options Drive-In Movie   Jaguar  45  0:55:37 )  
The Jewels  Options Natural Natrual Ditty   Imperial  45  0:59:09 )  
The Turbans  Options Clicky Clicky Clack   Imperial  45  1:00:15 )  
The Orbits  Options Mr. Hard Luck   Argo  45  1:02:42 )  
The Bel-Airs  Options Let's Party Awhile   Flip  45  1:05:50 )  
The Individuals  Options Jungle Superman   Showtime  45  1:08:29 )  
The Escorts  Options Itchy Coo   RCA Victor  45  1:12:06 )  
The Vistas  Options Let's Do The Bird Dog   Vista  45  1:18:09 )  
The Catalinas  Options The Catalina Push   Catalina  45  1:19:50 )  
Mickey & The Clean Cuts  Options Soapy   Wand  45  1:22:08 )  
The Woodpeckers  Options The Woodepecker   Decca  45  1:24:56 )  
Jerry Cole and His Spacemen  Options Night Drag   Capitol   LP  1:28:17 )  
The Blue Angels  Options Quick Sand   Cap  45  1:30:22 )  
The Eccentrics  Options Podunk Holler   Fresh  45  1:33:29 )  
The Wild Tones  Options The Martian Band   Madison  45  1:35:29 )  
Duke Draper  Options The Goose   DKR  45  1:42:32 )  
The Flares  Options The Monkey Walk   Press  45  1:48:59 )  
Don Julian and the Meadowlarks  Options The Booglay   Magnum  45  1:49:46 )  
The Montereys  Options Push-'Em Up   Ultima  45  1:52:12 )  
Roy Lee Johnson  Options Busybody   Okeh  45  1:52:26 )  
Billy Guy  Options (She's A) Humdinger   ABC Paramount  45  1:54:43 )  
Nathaniel Mayer & The Fabulous Twilights  Options My Last Dance With You   Fortune  45  1:59:42 )  

Listener comments!

Avatar Sat. 3/22/14 1:05pm ChrisB.:

Ann Sheridan...hubba, hubba.
Avatar Sat. 3/22/14 1:10pm Greg from Bloomfield:

Afternoon, Fools!
  Sat. 3/22/14 1:12pm Wisconsin:

Afternoon
  Sat. 3/22/14 1:15pm Brez:

Missed you last week, Rex!
Avatar Sat. 3/22/14 1:16pm fleep:

If I were that bear, I'd be smiling, too. Yo, Rex!
Avatar Sat. 3/22/14 1:24pm Parq:

via IMDB: Ann Sheridan won the "Search for Beauty" contest which carried with it a Paramount screen test. Signed to a contract at 18, she was put into a number of small roles under her real name of Clara Lou Sheridan. As she got better, her name was changed to Ann. In 1936, after two dozen films, she went to Warner Brothers, which billed her as the "Oomph Girl," a name she despised -- although she certainly looked the part. She was allowed to mature into a leading star who could be the girl next door or the tough-as-nails dame.
  Sat. 3/22/14 1:25pm Tristan:

"She's my little loving booger?" Did I hear that right?
  Sat. 3/22/14 1:30pm ScottC:

Maybe Jack Ruby can get a front row table if you pass him a few clams...
  Sat. 3/22/14 1:31pm Wisconsin:

"Topless" was hilarious!
Avatar Sat. 3/22/14 1:32pm Mailman Tom:

"Topless" must have been a favorite tune in Jack Ruby's Dallas strip joint.
Avatar Sat. 3/22/14 1:33pm SeanG:

YOU CRACK ME UP REX!
Avatar Sat. 3/22/14 1:40pm Stevel:

My kingdom for a sax solo!

(Delivering next week.)
Avatar Sat. 3/22/14 1:42pm Stevel:

Who the HELL is playing guitar for Smilin' Joe?

Smilin' Joe?
  Sat. 3/22/14 1:43pm Elias:

That's the answer! A Ball and chain solves just about everything.
Avatar Sat. 3/22/14 1:55pm Stevel:

Narvel the Marvel!!

I had no idea.
en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar Sat. 3/22/14 1:57pm Greg from Bloomfield:

Please tell me this song is 35 minutes long...
Avatar Sat. 3/22/14 1:59pm Debbie from Georgia:

No outside food or drink!
  Sat. 3/22/14 2:10pm ZigZag:

"Jungle Superman!" Dave the Spazz know about this?
  Sat. 3/22/14 2:11pm Wisconsin:

Like that guitar in "Jungle Superman"!
Avatar Sat. 3/22/14 2:12pm fleep:

Hey, mate, don't hallucinate. Slogans ain't what they used to be.
  Sat. 3/22/14 2:26pm Wisconsin:

Ah memories. My dad always used to tell me I had rocks in my head. I think he was right!
Avatar Sat. 3/22/14 2:28pm Guido from Cologne:

Jumping Bean?
Avatar Sat. 3/22/14 2:30pm Guido from Cologne:

know this as "Jumping Bean" by the Champs.
Which is the original?
Avatar Sat. 3/22/14 2:37pm Juke Joint Jonny:

That Martian's sense of time is "way out!"
Avatar Sat. 3/22/14 2:47pm scuzfink1:

All dis dancin' be wearin' out mah po' knee-bones!
  Sat. 3/22/14 2:48pm ChrisV:

The Goose was a huge Canadian hit!
Avatar Sat. 3/22/14 3:00pm Greg from Bloomfield:

Thanks as always, Rex!
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