Playing tracks by
Dicky Treadway and the Salados, Sneakers, Jack Scott, Bill Sanford and his Orchestra, Joe meek and the blue men and more.
Did you ever get the feeling that some of us were born bad? With a naughty or even wicked tendency that if unchecked leads to disaster, glorious disaster. Skid Row baby! The Cramps gave us a master class from the dark side of Americana by re-imagining the desperate tunes from the underbelly of 50′s Rock & Roll.
A countin’ with Dicky Treadway & the Salados – they got your number.
Black Christ of the Andes: Mary Lou Williams’ preaches the Gospel according to Jazz in a dark mass that cuts to the quick.
The Dadaist tropical sounds of Tom Ze brought back from the wilderness by David Byrne in 1992.
How James Brown earned his dancing shoes and learned the steps.
Snap, Crackle and Hip Hop with Positive K.
The sparks that fly when a Moroccan muse takes a yuppie for his wife.
A sight for sore eyes? Matt dances around the studio in his Mankini!