7 comments

  1. nick beef says:

    funny how much soul and r’n’b gets played on these podcasts, but rarely gets adiquatly discussed in the forums…. whatever.

    less talk, mare floor stomp!

    -denez

  2. george h says:

    Hi, I am loving this show not just number 30… I have put a link to it from my website as well as got the show on My Space… Please Keep the tunes coming….

    all the best from the uk

    George

  3. Mick Sleeper says:

    Rob, your podcast has saved my sanity. We are renovating our offices and I have been forced into tight quarters with two pop music lovers. As a result, my usual listening (reggae, dub, rockabilly, R&B, etc) has been drastically curtailed and I’m forced to listen to crapola all day long. Eventually I couldn’t bear the thought of hearing that f***ing George Michael Christmas tune again, so I grabbed some headphones, punched in garagepunk.com and tuned into Hot Slop. Truly you are a prince amongst men for your fine selections.

  4. Johan says:

    Great show! As always.

    One question:
    What song is it between Chubby Checker: Hey You! Little, and
    Otis Redding: Shout Bamalama? In the show it says that it’s H-Bomb Rock, but that can’t be it. Sounds a bit like Louis Jordan to me.

  5. admin says:

    PLAYLIST

    Clarence Henry: Come On And Dance (Argo)
    Curley Moore: Do What They Wanna Do (Teem)
    Ernie K-Doe: I’m The Boss (Minit)
    James Booker: Cool Turkey (Peacock)
    Al Garris: That’s All (Glodis)
    Bobby Hebb: Atlanta GA (FM)
    Four Pros: Just Another Girl (Carla)
    Huey “Piano” Smith: Don’t You Just Know It (Ace)
    Junior Wells: Cut My Toenail (Bright Star)
    Larry Birdsong: Continental Time (Home Of The Blues)
    Lester Young: Your Handy Man (Angletone)
    Chubby Checker: Hey You! Little Boo-ga-loo (Parkway)
    H-Bomb Ferguson: H-Bomb Rock
    Otis Redding: Shout Bamalama (King)
    Herman Hitson: Ain’t No Other Way (Sweet Rose)
    Larry Williams & Johnny Watson: A Quitter Never Wins (Okeh)
    Johnny Talbot: Pickin’ Cotton (Jasman)
    Eli Paperboy Reed: Walkin’ and Talkin’ (For My Baby)

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