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50 fantastic tracks from the eclectic vault of The Cramps' Lux And Ivy's inspired record collecting. Featuring dishevelled acid folk, super sweet bubble gum pop, atmospheric oddball sounds, dark and brooding rhythms and a veritable hoard of rough, rare and ready rockabilly and rock 'n' roll. Including photo garage blow outs, early R&B grooves and an overhead cam of hot rod tales alongside esoteric exotica and straight ahead novelty pop. With madcap performances from Donnie James with the Mighty Joe Houston Orchestra, Tall Tonio And The Mello-Dees, Chris Christian And The Chordaires, Elisabeth Waldo, Fred Katz and John Reedy & His Stone Mountain Trio among many more; it's a cavalcade of no-hit wonders, every last one of them a gem. A host of mind altering conversation pieces that cover the waterfront of 'Women In Cadillacs' and 'Hocus Pocus' with the romantic love letter 'Wet Back', the super sweet 'Candy Kisses & Bubbly Gum', the lonesome croon of Mack Self's 'Everyday' and the poignant 'Trail Of Tears' by the mysterious Willows. A veritable head rush of what pop music should be, timeless nuggets as weird and wonderful it gets. Remastered from the original sound sources with sleevenotes by MOJO magazine's Dave Henderson.
50 fantastic tracks from the eclectic vault of The Cramps' Lux And Ivy's inspired record collecting. Featuring dishevelled acid folk, super sweet bubble gum pop, atmospheric oddball sounds, dark and brooding rhythms and a veritable hoard of rough, rare and ready rockabilly and rock 'n' roll. Including photo garage blow outs, early R&B grooves and an overhead cam of hot rod tales alongside esoteric exotica and straight ahead novelty pop. With madcap performances from Donnie James with the Mighty Joe Houston Orchestra, Tall Tonio And The Mello-Dees, Chris Christian And The Chordaires, Elisabeth Waldo, Fred Katz and John Reedy & His Stone Mountain Trio among many more; it's a cavalcade of no-hit wonders, every last one of them a gem. A host of mind altering conversation pieces that cover the waterfront of 'Women In Cadillacs' and 'Hocus Pocus' with the romantic love letter 'Wet Back', the super sweet 'Candy Kisses & Bubbly Gum', the lonesome croon of Mack Self's 'Everyday' and the poignant 'Trail Of Tears' by the mysterious Willows. A veritable head rush of what pop music should be, timeless nuggets as weird and wonderful it gets. Remastered from the original sound sources with sleevenotes by MOJO magazine's Dave Henderson.
5013929991927
Leather Jacket & Diesel Smoke: Chilli Dippin / Var - Leather Jacket & Diesel Smoke: Chilli Dippin / Var

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Format: CD
Label: RIGHTEOUS
Rel. Date: 04/12/2024
UPC: 5013929991927

Leather Jacket & Diesel Smoke: Chilli Dippin / Var
Artist: Leather Jacket & Diesel Smoke: Chilli Dippin / Var
Format: CD
New: Available $19.99
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DISC: 1

1. Conny and the Bellhops - Shot Rod
2. - Tyrone Schmidling - You're Gone, I'm Left
3. - Pat Patterson - Rat-A-Ma-Cue (Part 1)
4. - the Accidentals - Twangin Machine
5. - Dean Beard - Rakin' and Scrapin'
6. - the Century Five - Red Tiger Shoes
7. - Chuck ; Gary - Teenie Weenie Jeanie
8. - Pam Thum - the Devil's Old Suitcase
9. - Gary Kane - the Fight
10. - Lightning Junior and the Empires - Somebody Changed the Lock
11. - Gene Hall - Monkey on the Moon
12. - the Blasts - Canaveral Rock
13. - Willows - Trail of Tears
14. - Bonnie Guitar - Johnny Vagabond
15. - Linda Green - Honey Buggie
16. - Silver Belles with Herb Silver's Orchestra - Candy Kisses ; Bubbly Gum
17. - the Raiders - Hocus Pocus
18. - Mighty Joe Houston Orchestra - Walk Baby Walk
19. - Ray Burden - a Hot-Rodders Dream
20. - Tall Tonio and the Mello-Dees - Hot- Rod-Car
21. - Charlie Ryan - Hot Rod Race
22. - the Billy Williams Quartet - Busy Line
23. - Joyce Poynter - Chilli Dippin' Baby
24. - the Sounds - Charlie Chan
25. - the Huntsmen - Big Bowl of Soul
26. - Sweetie Jones - I've Been Wrong
27. Ronnie Pearson - Hot Shot
28. - John Worthan - the Cat's Were Jumpin'
29. - William Cobbs - You Don't Love Me
30. - Chris Christian and the Chordaires - Lover Boy
31. - Pat Patterson - Rat-A-Ma-Cue (Part 2)
32. - James Gallagher - Ford ; Shaker
33. - the Gamblers - Teen Machine
34. - Sandy Nelson - the City
35. - Don Ralke - Zooba
36. - Lada Edmund - Foxy
37. - Ritchie Adams - Pakistan
38. - Elisabeth Waldo - Incan Festival Dance
39. - Grupo Afro-Cubano - Bongosera
40. - Fred Katz - Foggy, Foggy Dew
41. - John Reedy ; His Stone Mountain Trio
42. Oh Death
43. - Pearl Reaves ; the Concords - I'm Not Ashamed (Ugly Woman)
44. - Pepper Pots - Leather Jacket Cowboy
45. - Doye O'Dell - Diesel Smoke
46. - Mike Page - Long Black Shiny Car
47. - the Night Riders - Women and Cadillacs
48. - Bill Flagg - Go Cat Go
49. - Hank Blackman and the Killers - Itchy Koo
50. - Mack Self - Everyday
51. - Vancie Flowers - Wet Back

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50 fantastic tracks from the eclectic vault of The Cramps' Lux And Ivy's inspired record collecting. Featuring dishevelled acid folk, super sweet bubble gum pop, atmospheric oddball sounds, dark and brooding rhythms and a veritable hoard of rough, rare and ready rockabilly and rock 'n' roll. Including photo garage blow outs, early R&B grooves and an overhead cam of hot rod tales alongside esoteric exotica and straight ahead novelty pop. With madcap performances from Donnie James with the Mighty Joe Houston Orchestra, Tall Tonio And The Mello-Dees, Chris Christian And The Chordaires, Elisabeth Waldo, Fred Katz and John Reedy & His Stone Mountain Trio among many more; it's a cavalcade of no-hit wonders, every last one of them a gem. A host of mind altering conversation pieces that cover the waterfront of 'Women In Cadillacs' and 'Hocus Pocus' with the romantic love letter 'Wet Back', the super sweet 'Candy Kisses & Bubbly Gum', the lonesome croon of Mack Self's 'Everyday' and the poignant 'Trail Of Tears' by the mysterious Willows. A veritable head rush of what pop music should be, timeless nuggets as weird and wonderful it gets. Remastered from the original sound sources with sleevenotes by MOJO magazine's Dave Henderson.
        
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