Thursday, April 28, 2016
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Posted by Debbie D at 9:35 AM
Crayons to Perfume! is reaching a little farther back than usual...back to the 50's and the women who pioneered rhythm & blues and rock'n'roll in Doo Wop groups, specifically in groups with male members (next time around we'll have all girl doo woppers!). Patty & The Emblems are our girl and group of the week, with Patty Russell - considered a one hit wonder for the fantastic soul number Mixed Up, Shook Up Girl. Patty left the music world after the Emblems, but the men in her band went on to have life long careers in music. We also feature Lillian Leach of the Mellows who paved the way for the ladies of the girl group era by being one of the first women to join an all male doo wop group.
Listen here at 7 tonight, or anytime after the show
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Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 4:12 AM
Sunday, April 24, 2016
Tonight we've got old and new garage with both Girl Trouble & Southern Culture on the Skids getting Whiggy, Richard serves up some jingle and jangle, Glynis has some fuzz and we're on right after the Real Nitty Gritty so tune in at 7 to WFMU's Rock'n'Soul Ichiban
to check the Whig Out! playlist, tune in using this link (which also becomes the archive)
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 4:10 PM
tonight at 7pm on WFMU's Rock 'n' Soul ICHIBAN
Posted by Nitty Gritty Tania at 12:52 PM
Tune in to DJ Roulette every Sunday at 11 AM, right after all of our live shows repeat.
This week we welcome DJ Josh. Check out the playlist and leave him a comment!
Friday, April 22, 2016
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
The girls get spaced out on Crayons to Perfume! at 7pm (eastern, 4pm pacific) Wednesday - an hour of wacky weird and wonderful girls (and maybe some that just want to be girls!) - Listen here at 7!
Here's tonight's warm up: Raquel Welch and her magnificent Space Girl dance!
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 5:49 AM
Sunday, April 17, 2016
It's a WHIGGY 13th Floor Elevators inspired Whig Out! Tonight! Reverberations start at 8, right after the Real Nitty Gritty! Set your dial to WFMU.org on Sundays and WHIG OUT!
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 4:34 PM
Don't miss this week's DJ Roulette with Laurent. And stay tuned to Ichiban all day!! Laurent will also be filling in for The Real Nitty Gritty tonight at 7 PM followed by Whig Out!
THE BIG BEAT GENERATION #4 (DJ ROULETTE APRIL 17TH)
Pat Farrell “Mojo workout” USA a.k.a Pat Sickafus originally unissued, from The Arf! Arf! [El Cheapo] 2-CD Sampler
The Smacks “Reckless ways” USA originally from Alear (Winchester,VA) 45
The Casuals “Mustang 2+2” USA originally from 1964 Sound Stage 7 45
The Beau Gentry “Black cat blues” USA originally unissued, from If You're Ready! The Best Of Dunwich Records...Volume 2 CD
Sammy King & The Voltairs “We're Through” UK originally from 1964 His Master’s Voice 45
The Peasants “Let’s get together” UK originally from 1965 Columbia 45
The Troggs “Lover” UK originally from 1970 Page One 45
The Rockin’ Berries “Flashback” UK originally from 1964 Piccadilly 45
The Kavern Four “I want to dance” UK originally from 1964 Brum Beat Decca compilation
The Addrisi Brothers “Gonna see my baby” USA originally from 1960 Del-Fi 45
The Reactors “Do that thing” USA originally from 1966 Cameo 45
Don & the Goodtimes “Runnin’ not walking” USA originally unissued, from Northwest Battle Of The Bands Volume Two CD
The Bytel Lums “Stranger in the night” USA originally unissued, from Drive-In A GoGo! Volume 1 CD
The Jinx “I can’t go on loving you” USA originally unissued, from Fort Worth Teen Scene Volume Two CD
Platform Six “Girl down town” UK originally from 1965 Piccadilly 45
The Bitter Lemons “Canberra blues” AUSTRALIA originally from 1965 EMI Custom Records 45
The Moody Stones “Gloria” France originally from 1965 DMF EP
Les Gaëlic “Sortez sans moi ce soir (What can I do today)” France originally from 1966 Festival EP
The Lemon Pipers “Quiet please” USA originally from 1967 Dana Lynn 45
Just 5 “Well don’t that beat them all” IRELAND originally from 1966 Ember Records Ireland's Greatest Sounds: Five Top Groups From Belfast's Maritime Club compilation
Pacifics “Another chance” GREECE originally from 1966 Philips 45
The Jerms “The way it’s gonna be” USA from circa 1967 still unissued
Vat 66 “Vat 66 theme” SWEDEN originally from 1966 Olga Records 45
The In Crowd “Old McDonald” GERMANY originally from 1966 Star-Club Records 45
Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Posted by Vikki Vaden at 5:29 PM
Tonite at 7 (4 Pacific)! It's modern mavens of modness, girl groups, r&b, soul, garage .... on Crayons to Perfume! Click here at 7 to listen to Shannon & The Clams, The Smoggers, Pepper Pots, Gemma & The Travellers, Sister Cookie and so many more!!
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 4:30 AM