Sean Lally

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1-2-3 Kick, 1-2-3 Jump

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The Crickets  Don't ever change  buy on itunes
The String-a-longs  Wheels  buy on itunes
Billy Stewart  Summertime  buy on itunes
Joey Dee & the Starliters  Peppermint Twist  buy on itunes
Ernie K-Doe  Mother-in-law  buy on itunes
The Pipettes  School uniform  buy on itunes
Adam and the Ants  Beat my guest  buy on itunes
Alberto y lost trios paranoias  Fuck you!  buy on itunes
Buck Owens  It's a monster's holiday  buy on itunes
The Pipkins  Gimme dat ding  buy on itunes
Bruce Channel  Hey baby  buy on itunes
Johnny and the Hurricanes  Please don't touch  buy on itunes
Sanford Clark  The fool  buy on itunes
Slim Harpo  Got love if you want it  buy on itunes
The Everly Brothers  Claudette  buy on itunes
Lee Hazlewood  Go die big city  buy on itunes
The Sons of the Pioneers  Cool water  buy on itunes
Tom T. Hall  That's how I got to Memphis  buy on itunes
The Bristols  He won't ever come back  buy on itunes
Dave Clark 5  Can't you see that she's mine  buy on itunes
Davie Allan and the Arrows  Hellrider  buy on itunes
The Chesterfield Kings  I won't be there  buy on itunes
The Bicycles  B-B-Bicycle  buy on itunes

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Sean Lally
Date: 1/24/2007
Oops - forgot the comments. Just a trashpunkcountrypopblues extravaganza. Title from Joey Dee, of course. I recently unearthed a box of old 45's, including a few hundred that my dad sent my way. "Fuck you" is such a great pop song. I was thrilled to locate that record, scrathces and all - my old high school band played an atrocious version of it. The Crickets lead-off track is a brilliant post-Buddy song. Enjoy! Sorry to be so outta touch, kids. Hope you're well.
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Mesh
Date: 1/24/2007
Nice. Really nice.
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Pop Kulcher
Date: 1/24/2007
I didn't see any comments, and was left to wonder if this was another Sean Lally trashpunkcountrypopblues mix. Turns out I was right!As usual, your familiarity with this particular genre (genres? cross-genres?) puts me to shame, so I can't even pretend to know a lot of this, but it sure looks cool.
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Rob Conroy
Date: 1/24/2007
This looks great, Seanald. Apparently I missed you at Paul's yesterday by "seconds" (according to Paul). Was this mix the result of any purchases there? I love that Bruce Channel track, in particular (as did John Lennon).
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p the swede
Date: 1/24/2007
diggin
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sammyg123
Date: 1/24/2007
Love this. Hazlewood, Bristols, Joey Dee to name but three. Poptastic :)
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The Misfit
Date: 1/24/2007
Looks fantastic!
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Leif Averageson
Date: 1/24/2007
What fun!
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G-Sphere
Date: 1/24/2007
When I saw the title I thought hey I know that. I loved that Joey Dee song as a teenager and of course had the 45. The b side was Part 2 and really rocked. Saw them play that song in a store parking lot one time too. This mix looks like great fun.
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musicgnome
Date: 1/24/2007
I'm 50/50 as far as familiarity. So, half of this rocks! I expect the same of the other half. So, in total...this rocks.
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French Connection
Date: 1/24/2007
Much I'm not familiar with here Sean but as ever it has that feel good air of fun surrounding it.
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brad32
Date: 1/24/2007
gotta love that adam and the ants song - great lookin mix, too
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jonpoi
Date: 1/24/2007
It's a nice list. Like a 1961 radio tracklist from a hip Eastern European station.
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Jenergy
Date: 1/24/2007
Looks excellent. That stretch Slim Harpo to The Bristols rocks with major amounts of rockingness, in a very rocking way. Thanks Sean!
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GambleOn
Date: 1/25/2007
Major amounts of rockingness, in a very rocking way? Jenergy wins this months comment award! As for this mix, it is most deserving of being labeled with the aforementioned comment!
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Dead Man
Date: 1/25/2007
Allow me to second Jenergy's comment that this rocks with major amounts of rockingness, in a very rocking way.
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DJ Karen Adams
Date: 1/25/2007
Good times, great oldies!!!
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Orchid
Date: 1/25/2007
I love the looks of this so much I would pay $5 to hear it right this instant.
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Mark Petruccelli
Date: 1/26/2007
Love the Joey Dee and Ernie K Doe, (saw Ernie K in 2000 at Jazzfest in 'Nawlins .... if Little Richard was a mummer.....) and that Slim Harpo - Tom T Haal stretch is just brilliant.
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Moe
Date: 1/26/2007
Wow! Looks like I'm missing a swinging party! Always great to see a mix from you Daddy-O. So much cool old (Pipkins, Crickets) and new (Pipettes, Bicycles). Interesting that the Bristols cover that Dave Clark 5 song, and they're back to back. Did ya plan it that way?
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plushpig
Date: 1/26/2007
You can never get enough thrashpunkcountrypopblues in your life and this is an outstanding example of the genre!
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gobi
Date: 1/27/2007
indeedy a whole lot of rockingness. Love that Johnny and the Hurricanes pick . . . . (in fact love all versions of that song).
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deja_vu_all_over_again
Date: 1/28/2007
Thrashpunkcountrypopblues rockingness? Don't think I can match that, so gonna go with a less complicated classic... Great Mix!
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Siobhan
Date: 1/28/2007
Funnily enough, the first word that sprang to mind was the same as the first in dejavu's comment! ;) This is breathtakingly cool, and top notch stuff from you as always. Love the Pipettes wedged in there before Adam & The Ants - cool Everly Bros/Hazlewood handoff too.

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