Monday, November 19, 2007

Instrumental

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My latest Lair of Lady Monster broadcast was an instrumental and vinyl-only show. A few vocals peeked in, but oh well, C'est La Vie.
No MP3s.
No CDs
Enjoy!

Don't forget to tune in on Saturday, November 24th for my BIRTHDAY PARTY!!
That's right, the 24th is my birthday and the show will be a big PARTY!!
Please call in (415-626-6180 - Studio Line) or come on by (if you know the address).
Just don't bring any food, drink or smoke in the actual studio.

Call me and I'll give the location of the studio (if you're really coming).
Come and play me a song - even if it's from your MP3 player.
I love to be serenaded!!

Track List for the No Vocals/All Vinyl show is:
Panic in Lane Zero/Baron Von Surf Helmet: (7” The Big Sounds of Knuckl Dragr)
Take Five: Quincy Jones (Quincy Jones Plays Hip Hits – Mercury Records)
Caravan: Arthur Lyman (Taboo - HiFi Records)
Mood Indigo: Duke Ellington (Ellington Indigos - Columbia Records)
Witchcraft: Bill Evans Trio (Portrait in Jazz - Riverside Records )
The Beat: Henry Mancini (The Blues and The Beat - RCA Victor Records )
I Ain't Got Nobody: Art Tatum Trio (7" box set - Brunswick Records, BL-58013-1950)
The Succuba: Stan Getz and Eddie Sauter (Mickey One soundtrack -MGM Records )
The Man With The Golden Arm: Elmer Bernstein (A Man and His Movies - Mainstream Records)
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: Ennio Morricone, composer and conductor, Hugo Montenegro Orchestra and Chorus (Fistful of Dollars soundtrack -Razor & Tie Records )
K-39: The Challengers (The Best of The Challengers)
F.B.I.: The Shadows (7 "- The Shadows To The Fore)
Buzz Saw Twist: The Gee-Cees (Las Vegas Grind, Vol. 4 - Crypt Records )
Pacifica: Los Straitjackets (7" Spinout Records )
Double Banjo Blues: Don Reno (Fastest Five Strings Alive - King Records)
Leather Britches: Bill Mitchell (High Level Fiddlin - Davis Unlimited Records)
C-Cup Blues: "Bald" Bill Higgins and His Trocaderons (Music To Strip By - Somerset Records )
One: Karma To Burn ( 10" - Wild Wonderful & Apocalyptic)
T. & T.: Ornette Coleman (Ornette! - Atlantic Records)
Kerouac: Charlie Christian, Dizzy Gillespie and Thelonious Monk (Live 1941 - Up Front Records ) (This recording has been released as a CD titled, After Hours)
Fandangos: Sabicas (Flamenco Fiesta -Electra/Everest Legacy Records)
The Quiet Village: Martin Denny (7" - Liberty Records)

2 comments:

BobsWorld said...

wow are you available ??

Lady Monster said...

Sure, but you're not. No thanks.