To all readers of Tacky Raccoons who have Utoobage accounts:
Please capture and repost these. They’ve been blocked and vaporized before, but they should be available to everyone, if only because they’re so entirely awesome.
“Dance Girl” by The Charts, who earn the award for Best Non-Rock-Band-Name in the business. (Not to be confused with “Dance Girl,” a song recorded by Norman Fox & The Rob Roys, which is an entirely different awesome song.)
The Pyramids’ 1958 hit “Hot Dog Dooly Wah” is a favorite around here.
Dion DiMucci trashed a slut and everyone heard.
The Mills Brothers‘ “Till Then” is a classic.
Zappa’s Black Napkins.
And with that, I’m outta here. Have a great weekend, folks.
5 thoughts on “Saturday Matinee – The Charts, The Pyramids, The Belmonts, The Mills Brothers & Zappa”
The Mills Bros was one of my first loves 😀
LC– Bet they loved you, too. Quite the party girl, eh?
Awww, you’re so schweet 🙂
LC Aggie– [insert incredibly snarky innuendo here]