Serenade to a Cuckoo

with Jerry Gordon

Friday, November 5, 2010
11:00 to 13:00
Jazz
jerrygord@aol.com

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ArtistSongAlbumLabelComments
Roland KirkSerenade to a CuckooThe Complete Roland KirkEmarcy1964, my theme!
Robin KenyattaStompin' At the SavoyStompin' At the SavoyAtlanticSlick!
DreamsNew YorkDreamsColumbiaBreckers, Cobham, Abercrombie
Paul GonsalvesI'm Beginning to See the LightEllingtonia Moods & BluesRCAYeah!
Dinah WashingtonYou Go To My HeadComplete Dinah Washington Vol 3EmarcyClark Terry & Herb Geller & Maynard Ferguson
Sonny ClarkCome Rain Or ShineSonny's CribBlue Note1954, Trane, Byrd, Fuller, Chambers, Taylor
James BrownThinkCD of JB IIPolydorthe original
Etta JamesSomething's Got A Hold On MeThe Essential Etta JamesChessYou Need This!
Robert LucasGood Morning Little School GirlLuke and the LocomotivesAudioquest1991
Mickey ChampionDr. FeelgoodWhat You WantTondefLA singer 2002
King PleasureRed TopKing Pleasure SingsPrestigeClassic Bebop Vocalist
Carmen McRaeWhen Sunny Gets BlueBittersweetFocus1964
Lorez AlexandriaThe Best Is Yet To ComeLorez Alexandria the GreatImpulse1964
Bob DoroughJohnny One NoteDevil May CareBethlehemgreat vocalist and writer 1957
Nina SimoneAint Got No Life16 Top TracksRCALive in the UK
Betty CarterTightThe Audience With Betty CarterVervedouble live CD
Bobby Hutcherson / Gene McDanielsHello To The WindNow!Blue NotePerhaps his finest album!
Tony ScottOde to an Oud-Verve
Sonny Stitt/Red HollowayLester Leaps In-Catalyst
Betty DavisHe Was A Big FreakThey Say I'm NastyJust SunshineMiles Davis' Ex-Wife
Stan GetzSunshowerThe Lost SessionsVervereleased posthumously
Shadows of the KnightG-L-O-R-I-AHighs of the SixtiesWB
And in no particular order:and in no particular order:and in no particular order:Thank you for listening to Jerry's Room.Thank you for listening to Jerry's Room!
LoveSeven and Seven IsHighs of the SixtiesWBLove--my fave band from late 60s
Count FivePsychotic ReactionHighs of the SixtiesWB#1 in 1 week.
Blue CheerSummertime BluesHighs of the SixtiesWBoriginal metal band! Before the Who did this. Nasty!
The KingsmenLouie Louie45wand1963, investigated by J. Edgar Hoover! Diggit!
The MarkettsBatman Theme45WBwritten by Neal Hefti
Joe TexI Gotcha45DialFunky, James Brown-like vocal
Soul Brothers SixSome Kind of Wonderful45AtlanticThe later Grand Funk version is great as well
The Three Dimensions (with the thing)Look At Me45RCAFunky, falsetto vocal with early use of the wah-wah pedal
The KinksWho'll Be The Next In Line45repriseA great dud for the Kinks
The Shangri-LasShout45Red BirdLeader of the Pack girls, lead singer only 15!
Sandie ShawGirl Don't Come45reprise1965 British unreal
Sam the ShamRing Dang Doo45MGM1965, as good as Wooly Bully!
The Lollipop ShoppeYou Must Be A Witch45UNILA psychedelic pop, u need this!
Ramsey Lewis TrioThe "In" Crowd45Argojazz cover of Dobie Gray that was hit on AM radio
Ray CharlesMakin' Whoopee45ABC-Paramount"That's what you get folks, for makin' whoopee"
The TurtlesLet Me Be45White WhaleCould have been written by Dylan it is so good!
The New Vaudeville BandWinchester Cathedral45FontanaA good idea at the time!
Big Brother & the Holding CompanyBye Bye Baby45Mainstreamfrom their first LP, Janis should have never left this band
The Amboy DukesJourney to the Center of the Mind45MainstreamWatch out for psychedelic NRA advocates
James Brown & the Fabulous FlamesI Got You (I Feel Good)45Kingfrom his movie "Ski Party"
The Young Holt TrioWack Wack45Brunswickcool jazz instrumental
The JarmelsA Little Bit of Soap45Lauriepure r&b/pop
The OrlonsThe Wah Watusi45Cameo-Parkwayphilly's finest
The Grass RootsLet's Live for Today45Dunhillearly hippy anthem
NazzOpen My Eyes45S.G.C.The Best! Flip side was "Hello It's Me"
The Dixie CupsIko Iko45Red Birdlater covered by Dr. John
The Show StoppersAin't Nothin' But A House Party45ShowtimeJamie Records/610 N. Broad St.
The GentrysSpread It on Thick45MGMsinger joined The Rasberries
The StrangelovesCara-Lin45BangBuy a Strangeloves Greatest Hits today!
The Mc CoysYou Make Me Feel So Good45BangRick Derringer
The Balloon FarmA Question of Temperature45Laurieearly pop psychedelia
The Five AmericansI See The Light45HBRalso had hit with "Western Union"
Sam CookeShake45RCAb side was "Change is Gonna Come"
Roy HeadMy Babe45Backbeatmade pop hit out of Chicago blues song
Freddie & the DreamersYou Were Made For Me45towerrecorded in 1963, released in '65
ThemMystic Eyes45parrotVan Morrison!
The IllusionDid You See Her Eyes45Steedpop psychedelia written by Jeff Barry
The EmperorsKarate45MalaI've heard this song copied and renamed!
PeopleI Love You45Capitolcover of Zombie's tune but better
The McCoysFever45Bangalmost as good as Peggy Lee version!
The Gass Co.Walk On By45Goodwaypsycedelia from Roosevelt Blvd.
The StrangelovesNight Time45Bangeveryone needs this!
The BeatlesThe Inner Light45Capitolb side of Lady Madonna
The Electric PrunesI Had Too Much To Dream Last NightHighs of the SixtiesWBpsychedelia for top 10 radio
The Young RascalsI Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart AnymoreHighs of the SixtiesWBtheir first single
The MarkettsOut of LimitsHighs of the SixtiesWBsounded like the Ventures
Left BankeWalk Away ReneeHighs of the SixtiesWB
The SeedsPushin' Too Hard45GNP Crescendoearly LA punk/garage rock
Vanilla FudgeYou Keep Me Hangin' OnHighs of the SixtiesWBSupremes cover, big psychedlic hit
The StandellsSometimes Good Guys Don't Wear WhiteHighs of the SixtiesWBBoston band of Dirty Water fame; check out Nomad's version of Good Guys
The YardbirdsI'm A ManHighs of the SixtiesWBwritten by Bo Diddley
The Amboy DukesBaby Please Don't GoNuggetsRhinogreat version of a blues classic
Blues MagoosTobacco RoadNuggetsRhinoalmost as good as Lou Rawls version
The Magic MushroomsIt's-A-HappeningNuggetsRhinoA&M records 1 hit wonder early psychedelia
The Music MachineTalk Talk45Original Sound1966-L.A.-Farfisas
Strawberry Alarm ClarkIncense & Peppermints45Rhino1967 bubblegum psychedelia
The OutsidersTime Won't Let MeNuggetsRhino1965 Cleveland band
Paul Revere & the RaidersSteppin' OutNuggetsRhino
Captain Beefheart & his Magic BandDiddy Wah DiddyNuggetsRhino1965, u need this, written & first recorded by Bo Diddley
Syndicate of SoundLittle GirlNuggetsRhinoI don't want you around no more!
Sir Douglas QuintetShe's About A MoverNuggetsRhino
Barrett StrongMoneySoul SpectacularRhinoThe original, on Gordy
The ContoursDo You Love MeSoul SpectacularRhinoGordy
Booker T & the MGsGreen OnionsSoul SpectacularRhinoinstrumental
The SupremesWhere Did Our Love GoSoul SpectacularRhino1964
Dobie GrayThe In CrowdSoul SpectacularRhino
Jr. Walker & the All StarsShotgunSoul SpectacularRhinoon Soul Records, a division of Motown
Little Anthony & the ImperialsHurt So BadSoul SpectacularRhino1964, influenced by Little Jimmy Scott
Don CovaySee SawSoul SpectacularRhino
The CapitolsCool JerkSoul SpectacularRhino
The Bar KaysSoul FingerSoul SpectacularRhinoStax instrumental
Archie Bell & the DrellsTighten UpSoul SpectacularRhino
Soul SurvivorsExpressway to Your HeartSoul SpectacularRhinoBrothers Richie and Charlie Ingui still local, first Gamble & Huff mega hit
Fantastic Johnny CBoogaloo Down BroadwaySoul SpectacularRhinoOn Philly label "Phil-La of Soul"
The DelfonicsLa La Means I Love YouSoul SpectacularRhinoPhilly 1967!
Dyke & the BlazersWe Got More SoulSould SpectacularRhinoOf Funky Broadway fame
Smokey Robinson & the MiraclesYou Really Got A Hold On MeSoul SpectacularRhino
The IntrudersCowboys to GirlsSoul SpectacularRhinoanother Philly group, Gamble & Huff early production