Saturday, September 19, 2009
Friday, September 18, 2009
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
It's a buncha filthy, dirty, filth this time round!
Listen to the latest episode here!
Sexy Ida – Ike & Tina Turner
That Makes It! – Jayne Mansfield
Jungle Fever – The Chakachas
My Attitude Towards Sex – Xaviera Hollander
Please Please Me – Santo and Johnny
Sweet Peter Jeeter – Rudy Ray Moore
Benihana – Marilyn Chambers
I’m a Man – The Spencer Davis Group
Ice Man – Willie & Rising Dick
Theme From Deep Throat – Tony Bruno
Sex is Fun – Rusty Warren
Sex Machine – James Brown
The Hitmen – Dolemite Soundtrack
Teach Me Tiger – April Stevens
Music to Watch Girls By – The Billy May Orchestra
Music to Watch Girls By – Andy Williams
Music to Watch Girls By – Natascha Snitkine
Lay, Lady, Lay – Mike Melvoin
Easy to Be Hard – Three Dog Night
Let There Be Drums – Incredible Bongo Band
Girls – The Beastie Boys
Sexe – Line Renaud
It Ain’t the Meat – The Swallows
Incidental Samples From These LPs:
Teacher Talks to Teens – Barry Moore (1967)
Sex and Your Daughter – Dr. Sims (1972)
Sex Explained For Children (1970)
Medical & Social Aspects of Venereal Disease (1971)
Sex For Teens – Where It’s At (1970)
Sex Instruction For Your Children – Truth Records (1960)
Preach On, Sister, Preach On - LaWanda Page (1974)
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Monday, September 14, 2009
Sunday, September 13, 2009
DAYTON ALLEN: My book "Why Not!" did even better! I got an advance of $2500 and never saw another penny.
GEO: The book came out about the same time you created your own little syndicated TV program -- in 1960. It was a five-minute drop-in of you giving some sort of nonsensical lecture. How many of them did you make?
DAYTON ALLEN: 130. I had two partners: Stan Burns who was a writer on Steve Allen and another guy named Allen Sandler who had a film library. We'd lock ourselves in a hotel room and write a bunch of them and then go shoot them over at KCOP, the public broadcasting studio in Hollywood.
GEO: It seems odd that you were working so much in LA, but you continued to live in New York.
DAYTON ALLEN: Yeah it was something about my head, I couldn't do anything about it. It was just pure stupidity that just festered and grew until it became enlarged stupidness.
GEO: How many stations picked up the Dayton Allen Show?
DAYTON ALLEN: We were in 26 markets in the US and it was a big hit on the Armed Forces television.