Anders Östberg – Music from the bad part of town. Crazy vibrations, trashcans and whips. Music from my collection.

Anders treats the Radio On listener with a choice of his collection of rare vinyl, and does so every seven months. We had Jesus and Flowers before, now it is time for something really bad. These words by Anders Östberg say it all:

The pop music between Elvis and Beatles is considered a bad period. Wonderfully bad to me. Here are some gems from that era with a sleazy atmosphere.
I offer you listeners a smelly bouquet of tunes that are sincerely risqué, dubious and never made the charts. Enjoy!

Intro – Whitewood – 1970
The Ho Ho Rock & Roll – Pete Roberts – 1956
Fist Rhapsody For Knives, Forksa No Spoons – Central High School Cafeteria Band – 1959
The Whip – Originals – 1958

Hootie Sapperticker – Barbara & The Boys – 1963
Torture Rock – Rockin’ Belmarx – 1957
The Whip – Frantics – 1960
Take It Off – Genteels – 1962

Little Girl – John & Jackie – 1958
Trashcan – Ken Williams – 1965
Shut-Ups – Wild Tones – 1958
Nut Sundae – Fabulous Tempoes – 1963
Groovy – Groovers – 1958

Good & Bad – Gauchos – 1963
Pad – Bobby Summers – 1959
Sleepless Hours – Originals – 1958
Crazy Vibrations – Bikinis – 1960
Wowsville – Bob Taylor – 1962

Pass The Hatchet – Roger & The Gypsies – 1966
For The Birds – Charts – 1959
Panic Button – Edgar Allen & The Po’ Boys – 1962
Charge It – Playboys – 1958
Scoot – Jets – 1962

Work With It – Que Martin – 196?
Squeezer – Big Bob Dougherty – 1959
Beach Girl – Hound Dogs – 196?
The Chase – Chaino – 1959
After Hours – Bob Taylor – 1963

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