BP Fallon’s Loose As A Goose Wang Dang Doodle


Alison Mosshart of The Kills by BP Fallon

Loose As A Goose Wang Dang Doodle

00:00 BP Fallon with the craic
00:19 Ramalama Boogaloo Wang Dang Doodle – Ronnie Drew
00:29 Little Blossom – Reckless Kelly
05:23 No Good Woman – Radio Moscow
13:23 Ralane Walegh – Tourmast
18:21 BP verbal
18:47 Louisiana Blues – Steve Marriott
22:29 She Moves Me Man – Steve Marriott
26:39 Turn Of The Century – Royal Trux
33:34 So Appalled – Kanye West w/ RZA & Jay Z & Pusha T & Swizz Beatz & Cyhi The Prince
40:10 Total Fucking Madness – Carbon/Silicon
45:47 BP speak
46:46 Last Day Of Magic – The Kills
50:05 Remember When – The Black Keys
52:14 Comin’ Round Again – Kevn Kinney
55:38 BP salutes you
56:21 Holy Pictures – David Holmes
61:34 And the jingles jangling go auld triangling


Kanye West


Holy Picture


“It’s very un-groovy to say ‘Loose as a goose’, man…”

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Because we love it


Wanda Jackson recording at Capitol Records Hollywood 1958


Wanda Jackson & her record producer/guitarist/superviber Jack White Nashville 2011


The Party Ain’t Over 2011


Timeless


On the road on their first tours together in America’s
deep south, two young ‘uns, 1955 and 1956

Thank you Johnny Kidd & The Pirates. ‘Shakin’ All Over’
written by Johnny Kidd, UK #1 1960.

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“I’m wonderin’ where in the world Jerry Lee’s been…”

Wanda Jackson inflammable vocals
Jack White guitar & producer
Patrick Keeler drums
Olivia Jean bass
…plus the mighty minstrels of the Third Man House Band.
‘Thunder On The Mountain’ written by Bob Dylan.

Bob Dylan – Thunder On The Mountain official video


Wanda rocks hard with ‘Hard Headed Woman’ on Town Hall Party in 1958. “Keep your cotton-pickin’ fingers off my curly hair!”


Wanda Jackson & Jack White by Joe McCaughey 2011


Wanda Jackson & Gene Vincent 1956


Wanda Jackson & Elvis on tour 1955. Young Wanda and young El dated awhile and The Memphis Flash turned the country singer from Oklahoma onto wild rock’n'roll. The legacy continues. Thank you El, Wanda, Jack, Bob and all. Rock’n'Roll.

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Jim Jones Wang Dang Doodle Revue

Posted by admin on Friday Jan 21, 2011 Under BP Fallon's Wang Dang Doodle, Magic, Music, Rock'n'Roll

Wang Dang Doodle Band Of The Week – from London
- The Jim Jones Revue


The Jim Jones Revue by lib-lab

BP Fallon’s Wang Dang Doodle featuring The Jim Jones Revue

00:00 BP Fallon in the jungle near the highway
00:24 Ramalama Boogaloo Wang Dang Doodle – Ronnie Drew
00:34 Dishonest John – The Jim Jones Revue
02:46 Matter Of Time – The Low Anthem
06:32 BP speak
07:18 Turn Of The Century – Royal Trux
14:15 Skywood Greenback Mantra – Royal Trux
17:21 Strawberry Soda – Royal Trux
19:57 Who Needs It? – Patti Palladin & The Rituals
24:08 John Lawman – Roky Erickson
27:22 Elemental – The Jim Jones Revue
30:03 BP verbal
30:45 Come Over To The Dark Side – The Mighty Stef
33:21 Take Me Home – Sweet Jane
37:22 Righteous Wrong – The Jim Jones Revue
41:44 Rockabilly Party – Quasi
45:24 Dying – The Whigs
49:30 Theme From Smile Tara Baby – Simon Carmody & Arthur Baker
54:12 BP au revoir
55:26 Cement Mixer – The Jim Jones Revue
59:37 And the jingles jangling go auld triangling


Jim Jones by lib-lab


The Low Anthem


Jennifer Herrema & Neil Hagarty of Royal Trux


Patti Palladin & Anita Pallenberg by BP Fallon


Lydia Des Dolles of Sweet Jane

This programme is dedicated with love and respect to Ian Smith RIP

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BP Fallon & Phil Lynott, Malahide Castle Dublin March 1st 1983. Photography by Eve Holmes

You’ve asked to hear it again so here it is: BP Fallon & Dave Fanning talking to Katherine Thomas live on RTE Radio1 Jan 3rd 2011, discussing the life and times of their friend Phil Lynott
BP Fallon & Dave Fanning on Phil Lynott 25 years RIP

Phil Lynott August 20th 1949 – January 4th 1986. Bless you, Phil.


“I believe in Philip Lynott…” BP Fallon recites at The 25th Vibe For Philo, Dublin January 4th 2001. Photography by Ruth Medjber

With much appreciation to Smiley Bolger, Phil’s friend who has run The Vibe For Philo for the last quarter of a century. We all thank you, Smiley.

A bunch more 25th Vibe For Philo pix on BP Fallon’s Flickr

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Jeffrey Lewis Wang Dang Doodle

Posted by admin on Friday Jan 14, 2011 Under BP Fallon's Wang Dang Doodle, Magic, Music, Rock'n'Roll

Wang Dang Doodle Artist Of The Week – from LES NYC
and beyond and somewhere else – Jeffrey Lewis

BP Fallon’s Wang Dang Doodle featuring Jeffrey Lewis

00:00 BP Fallon, philosopher
00:24 Ramalama Boogaloo Wang Dang Doodle – Ronnie Drew
00:34 Resurrection Man – Nik Leman
05:34 Come On! – The D4
07:55 Guilty Pleasure #9 – The True Lovers
12:37 Cocaine And Ashes – Son Volt
17:00 Jukebox Of Steel – Son Volt
19:52 BP verbal
20:50 The Chelsea Hotel Oral Sex Song – Jeffrey Lewis
27:48 Roll Bus Roll – Jeffrey Lewis
32:35 Good Old Pig, Gone To Avalon – Jeffrey Lewis w/ J Mascis
35:16 The Last Time I Did Acid I Went Insane – Jeffrey Lewis
40:12 BP speak
40:56 Gave Me – Jeanne Marine
44:58 The Ballad Of Sarah And Jack – David Holmes
49:22 Across The Hill – Donal Lunny & Friends
54:55 Rita Hayworth – Holly Beth Vincent
57:41 BP life
58:33 Baby I’m Burnin’ – Humanzi
62:46 And the jingles jangling go auld triangling


Cartoon: The Chelsea Hotel Oral Sex Song by Jeffrey Lewis


Rita Hayworth

This programme is dedicated to Paul Ashford RIP

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The songwriting sage and his magical combo turn it up and burn it up with the incendiary question “Does Anyone Care What Anyone Says In Rock’n'Roll?”

BP Fallon vox
Aaron Lee Tasjan guitar
Nigel Harrison bass
Mark Stepro drums

Does Anyone Care What Anyone Says In Rock’n'Roll? (Fallon/Tasjan)

Filmed by Donal Scanell


BP Fallon by Ingmar Griffoen

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Video: Elvis – Trying To Get To You

Posted by BP Fallon on Saturday Jan 8, 2011 Under Magic, Music, Rock'n'Roll

Elvis Presley – Trying To Get To You
Written by Rose Marie McCoy and Margie Singleton. Elvis recorded it on July 11th 1955 at Sun Records in Memphis and it was later released by RCA on their first LP by Elvis, ‘Elvis Presley’. Elvis vox & piano, Scotty Moore guitar, Bill Black doghouse bass, DJ Fontana drums. Produced by Sam Phillips. Magic.

Happy 76th Birthday, Elvis.

I believe in you x


Photo: Elvis and Sun Records stablemate Carl Perkins swop autographs when they first tour America’s deep south together in 1955, later joined on this trailblazing rock’n'roll road by Sun’s Johnny Cash.

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BP Fallon’s Wang Dang Doodle featuring Phil Lynott
plus Artist Of The Week – from St Kitts & Nevis – Gallie


Phil Lynott by Colm Henry 1981

BP Fallon’s Wang Dang Doodle starring Phil Lynott

00:00 BP Fallon & Jimi Hendrix have lift off
00:18 BP Fallon’s Wang Dang Doodle – The Blind Boys Of Alabama
00:24 Ramalama Boogaloo Wang Dang Doodle – Ronnie Drew
00:33 Long May Your Days – Gallie
04:37 In Over My Head – Gemma Hayes
07:51 BP talks of Phil Lynott who died 25 years ago
08:59 Bad Experience (live) – Auto Da Fe w/ Phil Lynott
15:07 BP Fallon & Phil Lynott talking in The BPFO 1982
16:17 Tribute To Sandy Denny - Clann Eadair w/ Phil Lynott
20:29 BP Killing us unsoftly
21:26 Sour Cherry (Electric Ladyland) – The Kills
24:25 Pull A U (Electric Ladyland) – The Kills
27:50 Getting Down (Electric Ladyland) – The Kills
30:46 Kissy Kissy (Electric Ladyland) – The Kills
35:57 BP rabbit
36:17 The Ballad Of Robert Dempsey – Gallie
41:38 Animals – Hamsandwich
45:05 In December – Hamsandwich
48:04 Change Of Heart – Gallie
51:18 Magazine – The Mighty Stef
54:40 Big Old River – Henry McCullough
57:08 BP adieu
58:22 Drinking With The Moon – Gallie
62:18 And the jingles jangling go auld triangling


BP Fallon & Phil Lynott by Caroline Lynott 1982


Gallie

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