Saturday, January 12, 2008
I had the pleasure of interviewing Simone Corday, author of the new book, 9 1/2 Years Behind The Green Door. This fascinating memoir details her time working as a dancer at the Mitchell Brothers/O'Farrell Theater, being "Party Artie"'s lover and her relationship with Hunter S. Thompson. She also did a lot of research into the murder of Art, committed by his brother Jim, reading court transcripts, etc.
Our interview lasted for over an hour, and I tried breaking it up with some musical interludes, and once again, stumped with technical difficulties at the station. So, I'm very happy to see that the broadcast was recorded on the podcast.
97th Tear: Gaunt (Warner Bros. promo CD)
Bristol Girl: V3 (Photograph Burns)
Something: The Beatles (Abbey Road)
A Woman, A Lover, A Friend: Booker T. and the MGs (Green Onions)
Music To Watch Girls By: The Ventures ($1,000,000 Weekend)
Boogie Nights: Heat Wave (Boogie Nights' soundtrack)
Sex Shooter: Nora Breanne
Shake It Baby: John Lee Hooker (The Very Best of John Lee Hooker)
Interview with Simone Corday.
Jungle Boogie: Kool & The Gang (The Very Best of Kool & The Gang)
(Flirtation Dance): Olatunji (Drums of Passion)
Aphrodisiac: Bow Wow Wow (When the Going Gets Tough, The Tough Get Going)
The Whip: The Frantics (Louie's Limbo Lounge - Crypt Records)
Erotic Fantasy: "Bald" Bill Hagan & His Trocaderons (Music To Strip By)
Interview with Simone Corday (continued)
I Left My Heart In San Francisco: Pancho (Cool & Strange Music comp)
Night Life: Aretha Franklin (The Delta Meets Detroit: Aretha's Blues)
Sophisticated Lady: Julie London (Sophisticated Lady)
A Letter To William Burroughs & Ode to Jack: Hunter S. Thompson (Kerouac: Kicks Joy Darkness)