My Generation 60s Radio: Barry Ryan Special [R.I.P.], Twice As Much, Chad & Jeremy, David & Jonathan, Peter & Gordon, David Garrick *** Sunday 10 & Tuesday 12 October 2021 *** [Ed’s Show, 2021-40]
NEW SHOW: Barry Ryan Special, Twice As Much, Chad & Jeremy, David & Jonathan, Peter & Gordon, David Garrick *** REPEATED *** Richard ‘Louie Louie’ Berry, Soulblues Stax / Volt from 1962 *** Sunday 10 October 12 noon till 04:00 + Tuesday 12 October October 2021, 12:00 noon till 24:00 *** Time: CET Brussels *** Ed’s Show, 2021-40 ***
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Showtime CETime Brussels
- 12.00 Barry Ryan Special, Twice As Much, David Garrick
- 14.00 Richard ‘Louie Louie’ Berry, Soublues Stax / Volt 1962
- 16.00 Barry Ryan Special, Twice As Much, David Garrick
- 18.00 Richard ‘Louie Louie’ Berry, Soublues Stax / Volt 1962
- 20.00 Barry Ryan Special, Twice As Much, David Garrick
- 22.00 Richard ‘Louie Louie’ Berry, Soublues Stax / Volt 1962
- 24.00 [ENDS HERE ON TUESDAY]
- 24.00 Barry Ryan Special, Twice As Much, David Garrick
- 02.00 Richard ‘Louie Louie’ Berry, Soublues Stax / Volt 1962
- 04.00 [ENDS HERE ON MONDAY MORNING]
NEW SHOWS 12:00, 16:00, 20:00 & 24:00 hrs CET
01 MY GENERATION: BARRY RYAN SPECIAL [R.I.P. 28 Sept. 2021]
LOVE & PEACE Barry Ryan: Theme to Eutopia, 1968.
PAUL & BARRY RYAN: The 60s singles: Have Pity On The Boy, Don’t Bring Me Your Heartaches, Have You Ever Loved Somebody (1966), Keep Her Out Of SIght (1967), Pictures of Today (1968).
PAUL & BARRY RYAN overlooked: That’ll Be The Day), Big Drum (1968.
PAUL & BARRY RYAN play R&B: Hey mama Keep Your Big Mouth Shut, CC Rider, Got to Get You ito My Life, There You Go.
BARRY RYAN sings PAUL RYAN The Hunt, The Colour Of My Love, Love Is Love, Kristan Astra Bella, I Will Always Love You + first single Goodbye / I’m so sad.
02 MY GENERATON: MALE SINGING DUOS, UK
LOVE & PEACE David and Jonathan: Lovers Of the World Unite.
DAVID GARRICK The Pye Anthology
SPECIAL : MALE SINGING DUOS, UK
TWICE AS MUCH The Immediate Years.
CHAD & JEREMY I Don’t Want toL ose You, Baby, LP, 1966, A-side.
PETER & GORDON choice tracks from Peter and Gordon, LP, 1966 + Hurt ‘N’ Lovin’, LP, 1965 + In Touch With, LP, 1964].
DAVID & JONATHAN.
REPEATED SHOWS 14:00, 18:00, 22:00 & 02:00 hrs CET
03 MY GENERATION :RICHARD ‘Louie Louie’ BERRY
SPECIAL: RICHARD ‘Louie Louie’ BERRY : Richard Berry & Etta James: Wallflower; Richard Berry & The Pharaohs: Louie Louie ; Richard Berry & The Crowns: The Big Break; THE ROBINS feat. Richard Berry: Riot In Cell Block no. 9 ; Richard Berry & The Dreamers: Daddy Daddy; Richard Berry & The Ike Turner Orchestra: Big John + IKE & TINA TURNER: Three O’clock Blues + IKE TURNER & THE KINGS OF RHYTHM: Funky Mule (1969) **
FORGOTTEN & OVERLOOKED: STATUS QUO: Black Veils of Melancholy (follow-up of “Pictures of Matchstick Men”, no chart position in UK, no. 5 in Holland) + CHRIS ANDREWS: Long Live Love (1065, no. 1 for Sandie Shaw) + EDOUARD: Les hallucinations d’Edouard (after Antoine) **
LONGPLAYTIME : JESSE WINCHESTER: Rhythm of the Rain (A Reasonable Amount Of Trouble, 2014, thanks to Airplay Direct + RALPH McTELL: England 1914 (Spiral Staircase, 1969) + CARL PERKINS with Johnny Cash and Band: Restless (At San Quentin) **
WORD : THE FUGS & ALAN GINSBERG: I Saw the Best Minds Of My Generation Rot + Anti-Vietnam Demonstration **
04 MY GENERATION BLUESIDE : SOULBLUES IN 1962 VOLT / STAX
SPECIAL GUS CANNON: Come On Down To My House, Salty Dog (LP ‘Walk Right In’) + : BOOKTER T & THE MGs: Twist and Shout (LP ‘Green Onions’) + THE CANES: Why Should I Suffer With the Blues + WILLIAM BELL: Any Other Way + THE MAR-KEYS: Po Dunk, Foxy + PRINCE CONLEY: I’m Going Home + BARBARA STEPHENS: I Don’t Worry + DON WILLIS Warrior Sam + RAY SCOTT/ You Drive Me Crazy + DONNA RAE: Little Fool **
THE ORIGINATORS & INSPIRATORS: Those who inspired the UK Beat Boom: BILLY BOY ARNOLD: Ain’t Got You + JIMMY REED: Big Boss Man + ELMORE JAMES: Early In The Morning **
KEEPERS OF THE BLUES FLAME: GEORGIE FAME: Sittin’ in the Park + DANIEL SMITH with EARL GREEN: Rock Me Baby
WOORD: HUUB BEURSKENS LEEST VOOR UIT “HOTEL EDEN” (i.s.m. Poëziecentrum Gent) **
BACKGROUND + MEER INFORMATIE
RICHARD BERRY, writer of “LOUIE LOUIE”
“Richard Berry was an important figure of the early and mid-’50s L.A. R&B scene. Born in Louisiana, he moved with his family to Los Angeles when he was only one year old. He grew up listening to the contemporary R&B sounds and, by his early teens, he was already extremely adept at writing and singing songs. In 1952 Berry was one of the founding members of the Flairs, along with Young Jessie, Cornel Gunter and two others. The next year the group started recording for Modern Records and for the next three years Richard was the top utility man for Modern and its two subsidiaries, RPM and Flair. But perhaps his most significant contribution during this period was made for another label (Spark), as an uncredited member of the Robins. Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller had written a song called “Riot In Cell Block # 9”. (Quoted from / all rights reserved: http://www.rockabilly.nl/references/messages/richard_berry.htm)
MY REVIEW / MIJN BESPREKING