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Lullabies and reveilles. Something for the late nighters and early risers.

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Options October 27, 2012: Halloween Bash with Lux and Ivy

More than just a creepy garage punk band, The Cramps drew upon a variety of musical genres and came up with their own sound which in turn influenced many other bands. Hear tunes from The Cramps catalog along with music Lux and Ivy mentioned as their favorites. It’s the perfect soundtrack for your All Hallows Eve social function. Put on them leather pants, fire up those tiki torches and bob for razors to party music you’d expect to permeate the hallowed halls of la Casa Interior.

Lux and Ivy 1972

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Artist Track Comments Approx. start time
R Strauss  Also Sprach Zarathustra   Options
0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
The Cramps  Shortenin Bread   Options   0:02:36 (Pop‑up)
Little Jimmy Scott  Unchained Melody   Options   0:03:22 (Pop‑up)
Billy Ward & His Dominoes  The Bells   Options
0:09:04 (Pop‑up)
Ted Weems & Elmo Tanner  Heartaches   Options   0:13:35 (Pop‑up)
Spike Jones  Chloe   Options   0:15:16 (Pop‑up)
Richard Delvy  Green Slime Theme   Options
0:18:17 (Pop‑up)
Bob McFadden  The Mummy   Options   0:21:06 (Pop‑up)
The Cramps  Quick Joey Small   Options   0:23:02 (Pop‑up)
The Cramps  Garbageman   Options
0:24:59 (Pop‑up)
Slim Harpo  Strange Love   Options   0:28:22 (Pop‑up)
Cramps  Fever   Options
0:38:46 (Pop‑up)
Les baxter  Lust   Options   0:43:04 (Pop‑up)
revels  Intoxica   Options   0:45:39 (Pop‑up)
Ideals   Go Go Gorilla   Options
0:49:05 (Pop‑up)
Jack Nitzsche  Rumble   Options   0:51:48 (Pop‑up)
The Cramps  You Got Good Taste   Options   0:53:02 (Pop‑up)
Gene Maltais  Gang War   Options
0:56:14 (Pop‑up)
Chris Spedding  Hey, Miss Betty   Options   0:58:27 (Pop‑up)
Cramps  Rockin Bones   Options   1:00:54 (Pop‑up)
Homer Denison  Chickie Run   Options
1:08:30 (Pop‑up)
Ersal McKey  Hangin Around   Options   1:11:24 (Pop‑up)
101 Strings  Flameout   Options   1:14:42 (Pop‑up)
Bosstones  mope-itty mope   Options
1:16:19 (Pop‑up)
The Cramps  Goo Goo Muck   Options   1:17:48 (Pop‑up)
T Rex  Rip Off   Options   1:20:49 (Pop‑up)
Bob Lee  Wanted for Questioning   Options
1:24:00 (Pop‑up)
Cramps  Jailhouse Rock   Options   1:26:53 (Pop‑up)
Ronnie Dawson  Action Packed   Options   1:27:17 (Pop‑up)
Sheriff and the Revels  Shombolar   Options
1:37:28 (Pop‑up)
Roy Brown  Butcher Pete Pt1   Options   1:39:35 (Pop‑up)
Brook Bond Food  Red Rose Tea   Options   1:42:22 (Pop‑up)
Roy Brown  Butcher Pete Pt2   Options
1:43:22 (Pop‑up)
The Cramps  Big Black Witchcraft Rock   Options   1:46:22 (Pop‑up)
Crescents  Pink Dominoes   Options   1:49:37 (Pop‑up)
The Cramps  Hardworkin Man   Options
1:51:55 (Pop‑up)
The Four Winds and Their Teenage Friends  Short Shorts   Options   1:55:31 (Pop‑up)
Royal Teens  Leotards   Options   1:58:12 (Pop‑up)
The Cramps  Cornfed Dames   Options
2:00:07 (Pop‑up)
Tony Burello  There's a New Sound   Options   2:04:46 (Pop‑up)
The Cramps  Cramp Stomp   Options
2:14:23 (Pop‑up)
Nervous Norvous  Transfusion   Options   2:17:57 (Pop‑up)
Bill Carter  Baby Brother   Options   2:20:45 (Pop‑up)
The One Way Streets  We All Love Peanut Butter   Options
2:22:32 (Pop‑up)
The Chips  Rubber Biscuits   Options   2:25:03 (Pop‑up)
The Cramps  Strange Love   Options   2:30:13 (Pop‑up)
Flamingos  Only Have Eyes for you   Options   2:34:27 (Pop‑up)
Reverend Charlie Jackson  Wrapped Up and Tangled Up in Jesus   Options
2:37:46 (Pop‑up)
dynamos  woh! woh! yea! yea!   Options   2:40:54 (Pop‑up)
The Cramps  Hanky Panky   Options   2:42:49 (Pop‑up)
Andre Williams  Andre Williams is Movin   Options   2:46:21 (Pop‑up)
The Mummies  Shot Down   Options
2:49:01 (Pop‑up)
The Cramps  Can your Pussy do the Dog   Options   2:50:25 (Pop‑up)
The Cramps  Lonesome Town   Options   2:55:12 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  3:09am M:

Good morning Bill and all.
Luxe, calme et volupté.
  3:10am Emile:

Hey Bill, I'm settled in and ready to shimmy.
Avatar 3:12am Bill Mac:

Hi there, Ms M Scuse me while I gets my Latin or French dictionary out. Morning Emile! Lotsa danicin tonight, all kinds...
  3:13am Andy in Berlin:

Tonight?! It's 9am!
  3:14am Martyn:

Ms M? 'Scuse me while I get my gender sorted out.
Avatar 3:14am Bill Mac:

Who said tonight?! Oh wait, I said tonight. Sorry Andy, dark here.
  3:16am Andy in Berlin:

well it's dark here too, but...
  3:16am Brian in UK:

Mornin' Bill et al. Red 'Swamphead' Ingle?
Avatar 3:16am Bill Mac:

Ooops, hey Martyn, sometimes a lady drops in here referring to herself as M. batting a thousand so far this morn...
  3:17am Jay/ London:

Hey Hey what a great start loving it .. did you know the Cramps covered Jailhouse rock it is on the album The Last Temptation of Elvis it was sent out with the mag NME
  3:17am KP:

Hey Bill, congrats again on reaching goal so early.
Avatar 3:20am Bill Mac:

Hey KP and Jay.... thanks a lot. We now get to relax a bit and do what WE want! I expect that we'll be playing about 20 Cramps tunes tonight along with stuff that befits their gnarly tastes
  3:22am Brian in UK:

Used to have the Spike Jones 78 with Cocktails for Two on the flip. It fractured eventually.
  3:26am KP:

I remember last year if you teacher it was reset. Not sure if it was the silent or real or both.
  3:27am KP:

God Cramps sound awesome on this one,
Avatar 3:27am Bill Mac:

My Dad turned me on to Spike in my formative days. He dug novelty records, and Spike was big on that.
  3:28am Jay/ London:

  3:29am KP:

"Teacher? " that should say if you reached your goal ... New glasses terrible
  3:29am Steve:

Ohh Slim!
Avatar 3:35am Bill Mac:

Thank you Mitch from Brooklyn for your donation.
  3:36am Jay/ London:

yes bill i have most of lux and ivy's favs got them from this stations beware of the blog
  3:37am Stanley:

Morning Bill. can I join in the fun?
  3:38am Emile:

That lux and ivy collection includes another great a cappela version of unchained melody by the fleetwoods...
  3:39am Steve:

Record Fair: http://www.wfmu.org/recfair
Avatar 3:39am Bill Mac:

The comp is so dense that I haven't got through the whole thing yet
  3:43am KP:

I'm going to try to go Sunday.
Avatar 3:44am Bill Mac:

Stanley, I didn't see you there! What up? Hope the missus is digging the tuneage
Avatar 3:45am Bill Mac:

Thanks Steve fer the plug.
  3:46am KP:

Hey I'll be listening but signing off board for now. You know I'm still sort of new here and I just wanted to say I'm very impressed by your fans and proud to count myself among them.
  3:48am Stanley:

@Not quite her cup of tea, I'm afraid but I'm lovin the slighlty gothic feel you've got going.
Avatar 3:48am Bill Mac:

I'm proud to have you. You should let me know when King Penguin is playing out. I'd like to try catching up with you at some point
Avatar 3:50am Bill Mac:

@Stanley Funny, that's the 2nd time I heard of the Cramps as being forerunners of goth.
Avatar 3:50am Bill Mac:

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  3:52am Jay/ London:

just seen the pictures you put up bill .. is that the room they keep all there records or are they in a shop !
  3:53am Andy in Berlin:

isn't there a guitar instrumental version of this with a lot of reverb?
Avatar 3:53am Bill Mac:

I like to think it's thier room. Howsabout the pre Crampsian pic from 72?
  3:54am Jay/ London:

wish i could give again bill but alas bills to pay
  3:55am arne da torino:

how can I make my hair look like lux'?? volume galore! okay, lost case, me, I admit it.
  3:55am Jay/ London:

yeah there is a nice carpet so it could be there living room
  3:56am Emile:

When was the last time you saw the Cramps? Me: Chicago, 1997 I think. House of Blues. Amazing.
Avatar 3:57am Bill Mac:

You're killing me, Emile. Unfortunately I missed the boat on them.
Avatar 3:58am Bill Mac:

@Arne - preaching to the choir bub! no volume here!
  3:59am Brian in UK:

Fuckin' cold today, gotta walk the dog. Catch the Crampage later. Pledge on.
  3:59am Emile:

Well I missed my share, too, for sure...
Avatar 4:01am Bill Mac:

We got a monster storm coming our way this Monday. Biggest since 1991.
  4:01am Brian in UK:

Chris Spedding 'Motorcycling'. Which reminds me we are off to Mallory Park tomorrow for the Festival of Sidecars, a dedicated bunch of nutters racing round a track. Love it.
Avatar 4:03am Bill Mac:

Awesome track!
  4:03am arne da torino:

See, Bill, that's what I am saying, volume makes you much more vulnerable in a storm, ain't any good....
Avatar 4:12am Bill Mac:

So I should be safe then....
  4:13am Stanley:

That last track sounded like it was being sung by Sylvester the Cat.
Avatar 4:14am Bill Mac:

Chickie Run, yeah I can see that, there was a detectable impediment there
  4:16am hamburger:

ahoy hoy / @Bill Mac - still listen to that King of Carrot Flowers from time to time, your version is the tops hah
Avatar 4:18am Bill Mac:

Thanks Mr Burger! No accounting for taste eh? Between you and me I like it too
  4:26am hamburger:

It's got an Irish vibe :) / this set is stunning- as in, making it hard to pay attention to anything else
  4:28am Jay/ London:

oh you got jailhouse rock ... cool
Avatar 4:28am Bill Mac:

I wish I had that effect on people here... wait, it's the music isn't it? You can tell me I kin take it
  4:32am Jay/ London:

action packed that's your show today Bill :)
  4:32am hamburger:

Okay, it's the music, sometimes you, sometimes both, sometimes neither. Sorry for the vague response!
  4:36am KP:

I'm back. Home. Home is where we mostly play. Northport LI, pretty far out, man. Next two gigs here including next Saturday if the town doesn't get washed into LI Sound.
Avatar 4:39am Bill Mac:

I'm going to have to see how the schedule lays out in the future. I'd like to see your band
  4:41am Jay/ London:

The Last Temptation of Elvis it was on the double tape that the NME came out with there mag with all the profits going to the nordoff-robbins music therapy centre London we had to sent to the mag to get a copy as not for sale in shops over here
Avatar 4:41am Bill Mac:

Can't believe old Lux passed at 62. He looked pretty good!
  4:44am michael and birgit:

Good morning from germany, here we go for the cramps special.Hope everybody`s fine and awake. Our child is...
  4:46am Jay/ London:

@ Brian yes cold we had a bit of snow now very bright sun 6c brrrr
  4:46am solarflares:

Hackin', whackin', snackin'.
Avatar 4:46am Bill Mac:

Michel and Birgit hey! Cookin at the moment. hope the baby can find something to bop to here.
Avatar 4:47am Bill Mac:

Pete has a problem
  4:49am Jay/ London:

love the haloween colour bill :)
  4:50am michael and birgit:

he`s three years old by now and like his father and mother an active child. So he`s ready for this rockin stuff...,he went with me to the crypt store last week.
Avatar 4:53am Bill Mac:

@Jay It is festive isn't it?
@Michael Glad to see that you raising him right!
  4:57am michael and birgit:

we try our best... hope it`s enough.Back from the grave..., any tracks by fuzztones or thee forgiven planed ?
  4:58am Jay/ London:

yeah it sure is Bill !!
Avatar 5:01am Bill Mac:

I didn't plan on it Michael. It's more about who influenced them.
  5:04am michael and birgit:

Right, i see, anyway good show, we like it...
Avatar 5:05am Bill Mac:

I hope I'm doing the legacy proud
  5:09am Jay/ London:

you are bill, very much so !!!
Avatar 5:15am Bill Mac:

Glad yer diggin it Jay!
  5:24am Emile:

Gotta split, this show's been a real trip, till next time all!
Avatar 5:24am Bill Mac:

Thanks for stickin' Emile! see you soon!
  5:25am michael and birgit:

This is very great. Constantly i`m impressed that all this music is recorded: At any time there has been some microphones and a recording set. 2 Track ,4 track...
Avatar 5:29am Bill Mac:

I knowwhat you mean, Mike. Lotsa people spent a lot of time obsessing over their instruments in order to record themselves for posterity.
  5:38am michael and birgit:

This was a loooooove song.... Gotta Play with Bela by now, still listenening but no chance for comments. Bill, thank`s and see /here you next week.
Avatar 5:40am Bill Mac:

Thanks Michael, and I totally agree. It's the ultimate love song. See you next weekend
  5:46am Brian in UK:

Going to see the original Nosferatu in a couple of weeks 1922 version with live accompaniment. Think they would have liked that.
Avatar 5:47am Bill Mac:

Most definitely. I believe we caught that a few years ago. Love those old old movies
  5:48am Brian in UK:

Looking forward to the singles show, Bill. Should keep you on your toes!!
  5:50am Jay/ London:

@ Brian that is one great film i have it on dvd one for halloween
Avatar 5:52am Bill Mac:

Tonite's show has kept me on my toes! The last two shows and next weeks are marathons. Can't wait for next weeks though ... Singles Going Steady
  5:56am arne da torino:

great tour of discovery! thanks, bill!
  5:57am Jay/ London:

you have done proud, kept the cold away with the dancing this Morning see you next week pity it all goes so fast
Avatar 5:58am Bill Mac:

I'm crying a little, it's over... it was great!!!! see you next week everyone... singles!!!
  5:58am Brian in UK:

Drive home safely, Bill.
  6:34am fred von helsing:

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