Paludicolous Hot Links

Fatty Patty, Lee Pickett & The Screamers (1958) Lee Pickett (rhythm guitar and slap bass) joined up with Marvin Ross (lead guitar) and Paul Jennings (drums) and recorded Fatty Patty and She Left Me With The Blues in a Denver basement. Marvin recalled, “We only used ‘Lee Pickett & The Screamers’ for that one record & a few promotional bookings.  Jolt Records picked the name for us, but by then we had taken the name of the Blue Rhythms.”

There’s Bob.

Basic.Dude.Stuff.

Dance this mess around.

I can’t explain this illusion.

Star Maps and Stick Charts.

Small Rectangle Thump Tray.

Non-newtonian fluid on speakers.

Live report from Hoover Street [via].

Send your name to the moon on a thumb drive.

[Top image found in here, which links to this, and that’s all I know about it.]


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Author: Bunk Strutts

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6 thoughts on “Paludicolous Hot Links”

  1. Hey, “Fatty Patty” was a great rockabilly tune. Never heard that one before. I’ll be coming out of retirement this summer to do a car cruise at my rifle club. That song has been added to my list. Thanks……
    DJ Taminator

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      1. Thanks, I really appreciate the offer, but I’m trying to be good and not accumulate too much more than I already have. It’s getting harder to keep track of everything. Every once in a while I’ll download something that strikes my fancy like “Fatty Patty”. It’s funny that I want to play that at the car cruise in that it’s a “B” side. When I would DJ our high school dances way back in the late sixties/early seventies I would do tons of tunes from the flip side. I actually went by “B-side Bob” back then. I’ve been slowly getting rid of my beloved vinyl before I kick off after I digitize the songs that I want to keep. I kind of regret volunteering to do the car cruise at my club, but it’s a fund raiser and that will save having to hire someone. I need to sell my equipment before I do something like that again. Keep the great tunes coming and if you’re looking for something that you haven’t been able to find, shoot me an email. You never know. I started collecting, more like accumulating, when when I was 10 or 11 years old. Hard to believe that it’s been 58 years now………

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        1. That’s about the same age I started collecting vinyl and 78s. I’d go to garage sales and offer to buy the box of records for a couple of bucks without even looking through them, and found some real gems. I wish I’d kept the 78s…
          If you haven’t listened to The Hound, you’re missing out. Only rarely can I identify the band, and playing “name that tune” is all but impossible (link is in the side bar). —->

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  2. I don’t know why this popped into my head, but you probably remember the Larry Verne novelty song “Please, Mister Custer” from the early sixties. A number of years ago I played at a lot of different parties at my rifle club. One yearly event was for Cinco De Mayo. Since it’s a Mexican holiday I would do some Mexican covers of American tunes. This is one of my favorites. For some reason it always makes me laugh……

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