Friday, January 26, 2007

Friday Random Ten: Late and Loud

Bela Lugosi’s Dead—Bauhaus

Pinion—Nine Inch Nails

Boom, Boom, I’m Gonna Shoot You Down—John Lee Hooker

How Could I Be Such a Fool—Frank Zappa

Porky In Wackyland—Carl Stalling

Too Much Monkey Business—The Yardbirds

Run Run Run—The Velvet Underground

Night of the Living Rednecks—Dead Kennedys

Going Down Slow—Howlin’ Wolf

Hoist That Rag—Tom Waits

5 comments:

Dale said...

You made it Bubs. Porky In Wackyland? That's a great title.

Danny Tagalog said...

Oh man, the Zappa doing a straight song (if I remember rightly). Have to put that CD on right NOW.

Help, I'm a Rock!

Bubs said...

danny, Freak Out is one of my favorite records of all time. Since the puter won't play 33rpm albums (no connected turntable) I finally had to get a digital version.

Dale, that's from a record called The Carl Stalling Project--a collection of lots of the classic cartoon music done by Carl Stalling. It's a great soundtrack to life around here.

Johnny Yen said...

Now that is an eclectic list! From Howlin' Wolf and John Lee Hooker to the Velvet Underground and Bauhaus.

Bauhaus was a late-life discovery for me-- my old friend Ron turned me on to them.

Did you check out the Abe Vigoda site (www.abevigoda.com)? There's a spoof on Bela Lugosi's Dead entitled "Abe Vigoda's Dead."

Dale said...

I'll be looking that up now Bubs. Sounds like a great thing to have running behind your life.