Mar 26, 2013

Stupefied: The Jim "The Hound" Marshall Playlist

Jim "The Hound" Marshall (left) and Hank Ballard at The Lone Star Cafe, NYC, 1987. Photo by Teresa McNeil.

This week I'm honored to present the Stupefied playlist from the very influential Jim "The Hound" Marshall. If you're looking for some fun, raw & rockin' tunes, this would be a great place to start. When I asked Jim what I could plug for him, all he wanted was for folks to check out his three-part history of the Stooges (highly recommended) over at Please Kill Me. Also, of course, there's his blog, The Hound Blog. It hasn't been active in a while, but there's plenty of interesting reading there, plus a ton more tunes along the lines of what's here.

Considering The Hound's lengthy history over at WFMU, I'll also direct you to theh recently launched Norton Records' sale of incredible rare vintage t-shirts over at eBay. You'll be able to get your hands on stuff like the old The Hound Show t-shirt (pictured left), as well as real collectable punk & rock memorabilia! Plus all of the funds go to helping out Norton Records after hurricane Sandy kicked the hell out of their storage/warehouse space in Brooklyn. See whats on offer!

Thanks for the list, Jim!

01. Justine - Don & Dewey
02. Goodbye Train - Jim Foley & the Big Beats
03. The Voice Within - Percy Mayfield
04. Stranger In My Own Hometown (unreleased dirty version) - Elvis Presley
05. I Wanna Know - Nolan Strong & the Diablos
06. The Things I Used To Do - Guitar Slim
07. One Nighter Blues - Ben Webster w/Johnny Otis and Pete “Guitar” Lewis
08. Burying Ground - Sensational Nightingales
09. Rock and Roll Sermon - Elder Beck
10. Scratch My Back - Slim Harpo
11. House Rockin’ Boogie - Howlin’ Wolf
12. Space Guitar - Young John Watson
13. Who’s Driving Your Plane - Rolling Stones
14. Broadway - Hank Ballard & the Midnighters
15. Hot Skillet Momma - Yochanan w/Sun Ra & his Arkestra
16. Valerie - The Starlites 
17. Blowin’ Through Yokahama pts 1 & 2 - The Medallions
18. New Breed Part Two - Ike Turner’s Kings Of Rhythm
19. Big City After Dark - Link Wray & his Wraymen
20. Cherokee Dance - Bob “Froggy” Landers w/Willie Joe & his Unitar


Mike Clelland! said...

I was at the Lone Star the night in 1987 that Hank Ballard played.

Mike Clelland

T. Tex Edwards said...

goot one...

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