Sunday, January 07, 2007

UW's Attic #17: Hurry Up

New music, live music, old music and a peek inside Spider-Man comics. What more could you ask for? It's UWA 17!

The musical features: The opening salvo of "Rama Lama Ding Dong" by The Edsels ... a brand-new version of "Hanky Panky" by The Vultures ... a smidgen of "Smile" by The Beach Boys ... the old chestnut "Gee" by The Crows ... the enigmatic "Double-Double: A Waltz for Voice" by Uncle Seth ... the psychedelic pop nugget "Sunday Girl"* by The Telling Eye ... and Springsteen's "Dancing in the Dark" by Greensky Bluegrass. And a couple of other surprises.

* On the show I identify it as "Sunday's Girl," but there is no apostrophe-s in the song title. I also didn't realize until later it's a cover of a Blondie song - a very good song, I might add.

Sources include the Podsafe Music Network and the Internet Archive.

Download UWA 17 here!

2 comments:

~Tara~ said...

Thanks so much for playing "Double-Double".
great show.

~Tara
lead singer of "Uncle Seth"

Humphrey Primp said...

Thank you Uncle Warren for playing our version of Sunday Girl! Check out Go Forever Softly at www.echo.ghostess.net
Cheers
Humphrey Primp of The Telling Eye