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Wednesday, May 04, 2005

Record-Spinning Session!

On Thursday, April 28, the Garibay/Shea compound hosted an impromptu DJ session, with guest Carlos O. bringing by some serious records…and some not so serious ones! Here’s what spun on our old B&O turntable.

Pigmeat Markham—Here Comes the Judge
Iron Knowledge—Showstopper
Cyril Neville—Gossip
Blackrock—Yeah Yeah
David Lucas—More and More, It’s Baltimore
Earth, Wind & Fire—Fan the Fire
Sesame Street—Roosevelt Franklin Counts
Needham, Louis, & Brorby, Inc.—Kraft Margarine radio spot
Electro Harmonix Work Band—I Am Not a Synthesizer
National Association of Progressive Radio Announcers presents “Get Off II: Hard Drugs Awareness Movement,” with Mel Blanc as Porky Pig and Yosemite Sam
Joe Bataan—Woman Don’t Want to Love Me
Los Amigos de Maria—Vuelve a Comenzar
The Beautiful Zion Missionary Baptist Church Choir—Make Room for Jesus
Bart Bascone—Makapuu
Slim Jacobs—That’s Truckdrivin’
Perez Prado—Tema de “Los Monkees”
Kaleidoscope (US)—Cuckoo
George Semper—Universe/Extraterrestrial Search Contact Tones/ET, Where RU?

The New Society Group—Soulful Strut
Bubble Puppy—Hot Smoke and Sassafrass
Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr.—Bridge Over Troubled Water
The Delegates—Convention ‘72
Googie Rene Combo—Soul Zone ‘65
New Colony Six—At the River's Edge
Dave & Ansil Collins—Double Barrel
Mashmakhan—As Years Go By
Buckinghams—Virginia Wolf
Herbie Hancock—The Naked Camera
Ronald P. Gasen Productions—Getting it on Sexually
Barbara Markay—It’s All Right to F*** All Night (uncensored version)



Anonymous Anonymous said...

uhh.... waitaminute.

is Tema de “Los Monkees” what I think it is? en espanol?

DUDE! I HAVE to hear this!

que tal!

-Amy la chica del Boston

5:51 PM, May 05, 2005

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Blogger Stuart Shea said...

Thanks, I'm pretty sure!

8:33 PM, May 05, 2005

Anonymous Anonymous said...

What did you do on the 29th?

9:47 AM, May 06, 2005

Blogger Stuart Shea said...

Well, who wants to know?? -- Stu


9:31 PM, May 06, 2005


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