Or is it 2010...? Who knows, but what I DO know is that this is worthy of a good listen. No tracklist, I deleted that shit. So use your favorite app and do some research. This podcast is to promote the upcoming Philadelphia and Deleware Halloween Shows. If you are in the Philadelphia Tri-State area, stop on by!
Okay, there was this period of time when film projectors that project sound ALONG with the film were too expensive to afford for the working class theater manager, or for an "Education Class" -you'll find that a much cheaper slower projector is available and is MUCH more affordable version. Here's the kick, as he explains in the intro track, "...if you find youah film and recawrding are nawt correctly aligned, just simply turn owff your projecta for a second aw two to correctly sync the film once maw." It's kind of funny to listen to without all my "podcasty" stuff jizzing all over your ears. But you like it like that, don't ya, ya whore.... Daddy has got what you need. And you need more... HERE. There you go...
Pent-R-Books was a cheapo, X-rated publishing outfit based at 120 13th St in Brooklyn, in business from the late-60s (maybe before) through the late-70s. They published mainly adult fare disguised as how-to books, including a book version of Sexual Adventures in Marriage (written by one Rudiger Boschmann), as well as other titles such as The Full Color Guide To Sexual Pleasures A-Z, The Picture Book of Sexual Love, and Love's Photo Album.
TRACKLIST DON'T TOUCH - Andre Williams NASTY BOOGIE - Champion Jack Dupree SEXUAL PLEASURES - The Vaginer PLEASE DON'T TOUCH MY BOWL - Gladys Hill THE JACK - AC/DC KINKO THE CLOWN - Ogden Edsl OUT TAKES - Martin/Lewis DON'T TOUCH ME THERE - The Tubes LITTLE PUSSY - Little Marcy IT'S RAINING OUTSIDE - Wynona Carr LOLLYPOP - Hunter & Genkins SEXUAL PLEASURES - Hair SHAVE 'EM DRY - Lucille Bogan GISELLE - Stew BABY IT'S YOU - Smith TAME ME TIGER - Bonnie St. Claire MANHUNT - Dynamos WATCH THEN MAKE YOUR MOVE - Jonny Quest SEXUAL PLEASURES - Buttocks and Anus CANNOT NOT - Andy Prieboy HANDS - Debbie Dawn
This is only the first side of this little treasury treat of an album from STRAND RECORDS called STRIP ALONG WITH US "Authentic strip music for the discriminating stripper." I don't want to blow this burlesque music wad all at once so I am just going to "tease" the first side a little bit. (you see what i did there!!?)
STRIP ALONG WITH US is "sorta" like a soundtrack album with "Unidentified instrumental ensemble with master of ceremonies and audience reaction." -yeah right. Sounds like a total of 4 people in the "audience" -But who cares! Oh it has all the standard tunes of the time: "A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody", "Misty", "Sophisticated Lady", "Blues In The Night", "Night Train" to name 5... These is something about this album that I really enjoy. Is it the low budget-ness, the imagry of 1962 basement wood paneling, you can almost imagine with a bedsheet pinned over an archway... (that last one was my own regression) -Anyway, STRAND RECORDS has ties to our home here in Philadelphia. And here it is...
Strand was a New York label that started as a full-priced label distributed by Decca, but soon began specializing in budget issues. They were originally located, in 1959, at 680 Fifth Avenue in New York, but by 1960 had moved to 157 West 57th Street, New York.
The vinyl tended toward thick and cheap, with many imperfections. Much of the label's output -- but not all -- was "bargain bin filler." As with many of the other budget labels, the philosophy seemed to be "anything to sell records," and if that meant misleading the buying public, so be it. If that also meant using the tried-and-true industry practice of not paying artists - - or not even telling them their record had been released, then that worked, too. There are plenty of examples below, including putting out a Virtues album titled Guitar Boogie Shuffle, the name of their hit, when the song was not even on the album!
Eventually, the label moved to 905 N. Broad Street in Philadelphia, near their demise around 1965.
...There you go!
So this Podcast is for you and for all people who like to see striptease shows. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the show IN YOUR MIND (MIND, MINd, MInd, Mind, mind) (mind)
WOMP WOMP - Freddy and the Heartaches JAIL BAIT - Andre Williams THE LINEMAN - Sam Spence -STRIP ALONG WITH US- IF I CAN'T SELL IT, I'LL KEEP SITTIN' ON IT - Ruth Brown RIDING BY - The Magestics HONKERS MALT LIQUER - Marmion Military Academy I DIG - Les Baxter -STRIP ALONG WITH US- TOUGH CHICK - The Rockbusters DIPPIN' IN MY BUSINESS - Rose Mary McCoy HONKERS -STRIP ALONG WITH US- HANDCLAPPIN' TIME - The Fabulous Raiders HONKERS MISERLOU QUIEN SERA - Nick Perito DELILAH JONES - The Thunderbirds -STRIP ALONG WITH US- I LOVE PARIS - Sam Burta & The Witnesses
Something Weird Video first passed across my radar in 95, when I use to get ready to give a stellar performance in a shadowcast of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, in Mt. Ephraim NJ and Sandra Bernhard was hosting this TV show called "Reel Wild Cinema" on the USA Network. I was immediately hooked. Sadly, it only lasted 2 seasons. Sandra would have these amazing guests like Russ Meyers, Tura Satana, and Vampira just to name a few (I wasn't into Dweezil Zappa when he was a guest so I fast forwarded thru his interview)...
Something Weird Video is an American film distributor company based in Seattle, Washington. They specialize in exploitation films, particularly the works of Harry Novak, Doris Wishman, David F. Friedman and Herschell Gordon Lewis. The company is named after Lewis' 1967 film Something Weird, and the logo is taken from that film's original poster art. Something Weird has distributed well over 2,500 films to date.
Something Weird Video was founded in 1990 by Mike Vraney in Seattle, Washington. Mr. V first fell in love with exploitation cinema while working various jobs at several drive-in movie theaters and porno theaters as a teenager. The high school drop-out ran a comic book shop and produced concerts and film conventions prior to launching the label Something Weird Video in 1990. Something Weird has specialized in releasing a rich array of low-grade trashy out-of-the-mainstream independent fare on both VHS and DVD alike that runs the gamut from horror features to soft-core flicks to vintage classroom scare items to TV commercials to hardcore X-rated smut to theatrical trailers to even nudie reels and burlesque clips.
Something Weird even has a channel on Comcast Xfinity! Not to mention a growing list of truely brilliantly bad (but the good kind of bad) for instant download! I usually show some clips from SOMETHING WEIRD before we start The Peek-a-Boo Revue show, SOMETHING WEIRD always has fun eye candy for any party! I reccommend starting with something like this: WEIRD SAMPLERS
So on that note, I bring you this episode of The Peek-a-Boo Revue Podcast.
STROLLING AFTER DARK - The Shades ALL SHE THINKS ABOUT IS COCK-A-DOODLE DOO - Song from "Chatterbox" (1977) SOMETHING WEIRD OPENER DRUMS A GO-GO - Hollywood Persuaders UNKNOWN BURLESQUE JAZZ DEVIL TRAIN - The Ramblers POO YAI LEE - Louise Kennedy BULLFROG - Johnny Moore and His New Blazers TEASERAMA - Trailer SHANTY TRAMP - Trailer NEE NEE NA NA NA NA - Dicky Doo and the Don'ts MAMA A GO-GO - Perez Prado THE SEX PERILS OF PAULINE - Doris Wishman HELLO LUCILLE, ARE YOU A LESBIAN? - T. Valentine GESUNDHEIT - The Fall Guys STRANGE COMPULSION (download link) SOME OF THESE DAYS - Cab Calloway PHOM RAK KHOON TCHING TCHING - Viking Band I'D RATHER SWISH THAN FIGHT - B. Bubba OESTROGYNAL ITCH - Women in Revolt BLACK SAX - Danny Zella & His Zell Rocks YES MASTER - The Whips WHEN JOHNNY COMES SLIDING HOME AGAIN - Hollywood Vines PEPPERMINT FINK - Madmen of Note
Ok so here's the story, and we all like a good story right? Yeah, me neither -BUT- this story is about how this podcast came to be... Still reading? Right, ok, so truth is that I really slacked off with the podcast and you can all thank Coco Cake from London (who is, in my opinion, a dead ringer for Nina Hagen - AND is Instagram friendly, a lover of burlesque and pinup, a budding tattoo artist and she can always drop my jaw with her illustrations. Check out her stuff). So this young lady whom I have never met in person, and you know with all this social media going on, people connect in different ways and then mention to you that she has been waiting for the new podcast to come out and to get off my ass and finish it. That's right, you believe that? I HAVE A FAN!
And you know, she was right. I already had a half a podcast in "the chamber" thinking I would cut the show time down to 30 minutes or something lame like that right about when Coco reached out. Call it fate or whatever I dedicate this podcast to that woman "across the pond" who saved you all from a LEAST another 2 weeks of waiting. So sit back, put your feet upon the one you love, and enjoy this little podcast dedicated to the one, the only, Coco Cake. Stay true to yourself. (and remember me when you are big and famous)
WIPE IT OFF - Lonnie Johnson
MASATURBATION TIPS - New York Health Systems Auxiliary (717-843-0747, ext. 5683) SQUEEZER - Big Bob Dougherty COCO'S THEME - Wojciech Kilar (Salto's Theme) DO YOU TAKE IT? - The Wet Spots CRUISEMIX - Rachel Winter WOW WOW WEE (HE'S THE BOY FOR ME) - The Angels BIG NOISE FROM WINNETIKA'S MIDNIGHT SWIM - Al Caiola YOU'RE NO GOOD - Dee Dee Warwick GIRL CAN'T HELP IT - Little Richard BIRTHDAY CAKE BOOGIE - Skeets McDonald PREACHIN' - Julian Dash & His Sextet GIRL YOU WANT - Devo GO HOME BILL LUDENDORK - Joe Loss & his Band WHERE YOU IS? - Fat Daddy Holmes GENOCIDE - Link Wray FIT BUT YOU KNOW IT - The Streets HEY JOE - The Music Machine BLUE COLLAR JANE - The Strypes TATTOO LOVE BOYS - The Pretenders ST. JAMES INFIRMARY BLUES - Ruby Paulk LEAPING LESBIANS - Meg Christian MACHINE GUN - The Riptides
Okay most of the songs in this podcast came from a CD calledChristmas Party With Eddie G. "They put this record on at Midnight. By 12:30 their lives were changed FOREVER."
I forget how I came across little gem. Surfing the net? Some blog that by chance mentioned it? Who cares! I was pulled to it. So much that I purchased it, must have been the weird Norman Rockwell-esque style album cover. It's almost like the portrait Norman Rockwell forgot to paint. "Christmas Party with Eddie G." ...(in oils). Once I got the CD in the mail, I IMMEDIATELY listened to it...and you know what, it completely reminded me of THIS little podcast. So I thought of you all out there sitting naked... Maybe wrapping your gifts, trying not to get your cat's hair on the Scotch Tape. If you HAVE scotch tape. (Packing tape works well for anyone that isn't in your family.... maybe some) Okay, back to the CD. I didn't use all the tracks, I just give you a taste...a TEASE as it were. I *did* added some other Holiday tracks in their place to mix it up a little. Sadly Eddie G doesn't give and artistic credit on his CD but who the hell cares. But you can find his tracklist (with artists names) here.
I also tossed in some Kay Martin as well. Kay Martin was a model during the 60's. She eventually became a night club singer/entertainer and released a few albums of the "risque" variety. In between shows they recorded several live albums, their most popular being the 1962 Christmas album I Know What He Wants For Christmas... But I Don't Know How To Wrap It!
Oh just don't ask anymore what the HELL I am doing with these podcasts. I stumbled across this record of Pat Collins , The "Hip Hypnotist" talking about turning herslf on and thought "Well, that's something there...". The album is very interesting to say the least. I mean the first side which I pretty much kept intack is what you hear in this podcast. I didn't put the second side where she actually SINGS to you in the podcast because I care about you all. No, really.... But I DID manage to sneak a song in there just to tease you a little to look for more of this woman's work. Because whatever "it" was, SHE had it, raking in a sum of $4,000 a week at the peak of her carreer as a glamorous hypnotist.
Ms. Collins often enlisted show business personalities in her act. Among her willing subjects were Steve Allen, Jill St. John, Lloyd Bridges and Lucille Ball, whom she once hypnotized on television on a segment of ''The Lucy Show.'' Robert Wagner, Ed Begley Sr. and other stars were among her close friends, her daughter said.
Born in Detroit, she told interviewers that she had once had a nervous breakdown and was helped by hypnosis. She then decided to study the technique, and soon developed a nightclub act in which she hypnotized club patrons, often with comic results. For years, she ran her own nightclub on Sunset Strip in Hollywood. Some nights she would perform her hypnosis act. Other nights she would teach self-hypnosis to people who wanted to overcome emotional problems or quit smoking.
So sit back, put your feet upon the one you love, ....and enjoy.... X Joey
ROCKET 69 - Connie Allen SHAKE - Alba, Aris & The Olympics KNOCK ON WOOD - The Rivieres SUPER FREAK - Big Daddy QUIET DAD - The Puddle Jumpers A CERTAIN GIRL - Ernie K. Doe LONELY I - Warner Bros. LET'S GO SEXIN' - James Intveld THE RUNAWAY - David Rose SHAKE IT - Duke Jenkins YOU CANT STOP LOVING ME - The Pussycats WILL TO FAIL - Katie Lee RIMSHOT - The Rollercoasters GOIN' OUT OF MY HEAD - Pat Collins THE NEW CARIOCA - Johnathon and Darlene Edwards SUNSET STRIP - David Rose BLACK TARANTULA - Jody Reynolds WHAT'S YOUR NAME? - The Monorays SHAKE YA BOOGIE - Mocean Worker WANTED FOR QUESTIONING - Bob Lee BLOWING YOUR MIND - John Schroeder DARLING NIKKI - Rebeca Romijn Stamos Connely
GOING TO HELL - Frankenstein Drag Queens From Planet 13 THE CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LEATHER LAGOON - The Cramps BURN THE FLAMES - Roky Erikson TRAIN TO SATANVILLE - Gin Gillette THE CASTLEFORD LADIES MAGICAL CIRCLE - Jake Thakray PUREPLE PEOPLE EATER - Judy Garland SHE's MY WITH - Kip Tyler HEEBIE JEEBIES - The Boswell Sisters WELCOME TO MY NIGHTMARE - Alice Cooper BATES MOTEL - The Hitmen NORMAN BATES - Landscape THE PUMPKIN TELLS - Wade Denning & Kay Lande MURDERING MOUTH - Siouxsie, Budgie, John Cale (Live Paradiso) BONEYAED SHUFFLE - Red Nichols YODELING GHOST - Andrew Sisters & Bing Crosby BELA LUGOSI'S DEAD - Nouvelle Vague KILLER CLOWNS - The DIckies PLAN 9 CHANNEL 7 - The Damned
Currently working on a new podcast and just wanted to keep up my end of our bargin... so have a RE-listen to this Episode from back in 2009. And it goes a little like this...
Back in 1976 Molly Roth owned a plant shop called the Green Earth (the liner notes of her album mention that the store had a free jukebox for the plants).
Listen now as Molly Roth speaks lovingly to your plants, and calls them by name, whether or not you even have a “Spider Plant”, “Brain Cactus”, or “Dracaena Godsefffiana” in the room.
Molly Roth intro No Title – Bianchi & The Jungle Sextet Bad girls go to hell – movie trailer Summertime – The Shakespears She’s got freckles on her – Larry Vincent & His Lookout Boys Molly Roth 2 Girl in the Gold Boots – Chris Howard Sexy Ways – The Midnighters arriba, arriba, abaju, y a los lados – Los Belmonts My Girls Pussy – Harry Roy & His Bat Club Boys Toes – The Wet Spots Molly Roth 3 Little Girl – Everett Pauley Ruth Wallace – Queer Things From a Peek-A-Boo Revue show – Gardening Tips – Joey Martini Peen Tang – The Treniers Black Panther – Bianchi & The Jungle Sextet Beaver Shot – The PERISCOPES He’s Just my Size – Lillie Mea Kirkman Molly Roth 4 Sugar Rum Cherry – “Duke” Ellington Black Lightning – The Royaltones Stiletto – Stiletto(OST) Sid Ramin Pat’s Steaks – Sal Masi’s Untouchables Head Hunter – Don Ralke li’l girl, li’l girl – Donny Boyd Grow for me (rare extended) – OST Little Shop of Horrors Molly Roth end
American author and editor Helen Gurley Brown (born 1922) first achieved fame for her book "Sex and the Single Girl", an immediate best-seller. After Gurley Brown became editor of the faltering "Cosmopolitan", she transformed it into a sexy, upbeat top-selling magazine for young women in over 27 different countries. So, back in sexy 1963, she makes an album, giving advice to swinging singles on the finer points of adultery.
The new Cosmopolitan often provoked controversy, especially when it published a nude male centerfold of actor Burt Reynolds in 1972.
In the 20 years between publication of Sex and the Single Girl and Having It All (1982), Gurley Brown's advice changed little. She still refused to print four letter words but graphically described techniques for oral stimulation. "I am still preoccupied with sex," she confessed. "If you want to enchant a man and eventually marry him, you are good to him, easy with him, adorable to be around."
A MISFIT - Marty's Misfits GIVE IT TO ME DADDY - Ben Light and his Surf Club Boys THE CHASE - Chaino A MAN AND A WOMAN - The Bob Crewe Generation DIRTY ROBBER - The Wailers COME INTO MY BEDROOM - Deloris Ealy and the Kenyaettes D-RAIL - The Flintales HUB CAPS AND TAIL LIGHTS - Henry Mancini ANY WOMAN CAN BE A LESBIAN - Lavendar Jane JEZEBEL - Frankie Laine HEY SHINE - Snatch and the Poontangs COCKTAILS DARLING - Gordo MINOR SWING - Boilermaker Jazz SNAKE IN THE GRASS - Monaco Danceband LOTION - Greenskeepers DR. GOLDFOOT AND THE GIRL BOMBS - Mad Doctors PUSSY BABY - THE LAUNDROMAT BLUES - Rolayes with Charlie 'Little Jazz' Ferguson & his orchestra NIGHTMARE - Artie Shaw PUSSY BABY - Bill Lawrence SISTER EUROPE - Psychadelic Furs DANCE WITH ME - Nouvelle Vague DIDN'T HAVE THE NERVE TO SAY NO - Blondie A LA CARTE - James "Red" Holloway
Wow, what can I say about this podcast... well, it's a doozy. Clocking in at an hour-thirty. It was recorded back in the Spring of 2008. Man, I have been doing this podcast for awhile... this is what I thought as I had a listen back on the earlier episodes. Episodes you MAY have missed. Sadly my tracklist is missing at the moment but I certainly will make an effort to add it on here in the next couple of days* so relax as the Peek-a-Boo Podcast takes you on a journey. A journey of SENSUAL DELIGHTS into OUTER SPAAAAACE ...space, space, space
There is a feeling driving through the tunnel on Malibu Canyon. What is it? Lonely, I think... Sometimes it seems the tunnel is crying. Big tears, water oozing from the huge stone wall on the north side, then running – crossing lanes and finally seeping back into the mountain. One Saturday morning, on October 29, 1966, a massive 60-foot-tall painting of a nude pink lady holding flowers suddenly appeared as you headed into the tunnel on Malibu Canyon Road. As word of the massive pink lady spread, and the traffic on the highway grew to a halt, city officials decided "The Pink Lady" had to be removed. Firefighters were called to hosing her off the rocks. It didn't work. Buckets of paint thinner were thrown on the rocks. It only made her pink skin pinker. As county officials worked on figuring out a way to remove The Pink Lady, a 31-year-old paralegal from Northridge, a woman named Lynne Seemayer, suddenly showed up on the road and admitted that she was the artist who did the piece. Seemayer said that she was annoyed by the graffiti that was all over the canyon wall ("Valley Go Home" was a memorable slogan) This artist and mother living in the valley couldn’t take it anymore. She decided she would change things. “The tunnel is an eyesore,” she said. “If someone is going to go to all that trouble, why not do something creative?” She would clean up the “eyesore” ...and so, over a 10 month period, she started to secretly climb up under the moonlight and suspended herself by ropes to remove all the graffiti to prep her new canvas.
At 8 P. M. on October 28 Seemayer painted the Pink Lady using ordinary house paint and by dawn it was completed. Literally overnight a legend was born. On Saturday, October 29th, the general public met the naked Pink Lady. Within a couple of days the naked lady, with her bouquet of flowers, grabbed the attention of the media and the public. She was a star. Arguably, it may be the location of the first guerilla art…and like the guerilla art of today, the powers that be don’t seem to respect or appreciate the gift that appeared out of thin air like magic. The Pink Lady lasted only a week. Seemayer sued LA county for $1 million for the destruction of her work, and the county counter-sued for $28,000 in removal costs. But since the painting was on private property, both cases were dismissed by the court. Days later, on Thursday, November 3, workers covered the painting with 14 gallons of brown paint. For some time after the painting was removed, Seemayer received hate mail and phone calls from people who felt the work was obscene, including threats of violence against her and her children. She also received a few offers from art galleries to actually show her work. Though gone, you can still see some of the pink come through. The next time you drive through the tunnel on Malibu Canyon, take a moment. Do you feel it? The Pink Lady lives. That’s why it feels lonely. Acknowledge her, tip your hat to her grace and to her creator. We will not forget you Pink Lady. Don’t be lonely. You are a part of what makes life worth living. You are art.
WE TOOK VEGAS - Deadly Avenger I'LL GIVE YOU THREE GUESSES - Julie Andrews LOVE IS THE DRUG - Roxy Music BEDROOM BLUES - "Bald" Bill Hagan and his Trocaderons WHAT A LONELY WAY TO START THE SUMMERTIME - Bitter Sweet SHE SAID YEAH - The Rolling Stnes BORN LOSER - Murphy & The Mob RUMBLE - Jack Nitzsche TEMPTATION - "Bald" Hagan and his Trocaderons PARTY TIME - "Bald" Bill Hagan and his Trocaderons GO GO GORILLA - Ideals SHIFTY - Rolley Polley STROLL ON - The Yardbirds A PRETTY GIRL IS LIKE A MELODY - "Bald" Bill Hagan and his Trocaderons GIRDLES AWEIGH! - "Bald" Bill Hagan and his Trocaderons SECOND HONEYMOON - "Bald" Bill Hagan and his Trocaderons I WANNA MARRY A LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER - Erika Eigen SOULJACKER PART 1 - The Eels RED ROSE TEA - Brook Bond Food WEATHERMAN LOVE SONG - unknown YOU ARE IN MY VISION - Gary Numan
"Everyone in the community had mentioned his name. He was sort of a spiritual presence that hung over the pickup world...He was Eric Weber, the first modern PUA, the writer of the 1970 book that started it all,How to Pick Up Girls..." -Neil Strauss, author of The Game.
The name is Eric Weber. When he was 22, he wrote HOW TO PICK UP GIRLS; the Dr. Pepper slogan BE A PEPPER at 34; the novel SEPARATE VACATIONS at 37. Now he writes and directs truly independent films.He blogs at: http://www.secondbest.org/
TRACKLIST YOUR GOODWILL AMBASSADOR - Henry Mancini OH, GIRLS, GIRLS - Sparkles PICKING UP GIRLS MADE EASY (The beach) - Eric Weber GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS - Elvis Presley HOTS ON FOR NOWHERE - Led Zeppelin JELLY BELLY - Nai Bonet IDEAL CLOTHING JINGLE - Radio Spot GO! - The Territones TANK! (Live) - Cowboy Bebop Theme MASOCHISM TANGO - Tom Lehrer PICKING UP GIRLS MADE EASY (The ballet) - Eric Weber THE SWINGER - Benny Golson LOVE POTION #9 - Nancy Sit STORIES - Chakachas SADIE'S STILL GOT THE RAG ON - Faye Richmonde PICKING UP GIRLS MADE EASY (The clothing store) - Eric Weber JIQUE - Brazillian Girls MUSIC TO WATCH GIRLS BY - The Higsons THAT'S THE BLUES, OLD MAN (LIVE) - Humphrey Lyttleton and his Band GIRLS ON FILM - Duran Duran I LOVE LITTLE GIRLS - Oingo Boingo
In The Peek-a-Boo Revue there is more than just 10 terrific girls (with only 9 costumes), 2 absolute funny emcee's, sexy stage kittens, song sirens, outstanding tech and backstage crew, there is also a merch girl who goes by the name "Ms. Red". This little lady manages to keep all our merchandise at it's tip top shape making sure all the sales match the numbers and what this little girl always loves to hear is the AMAZINGLY DEDICATED "Striptease Orchestra". The Peek-a-Boo Revue's own house band. Included into the show in 2006 by one woman. Carla Keys. Carla Keys was the start of something wonderful that was to happen inside of the Peek-A-Boo Revue. Live Music. "Oh there will be no more lipsyncing anymore for me, Philadelphia" I remember saying to myself when I was first introduced to Carla Keys. And from there, a milestone was created. Now I don't want to give away everything with the History of The Striptease Orchestra because I think that is a story THEY should tell (in a future podcast). So here is a little taste of Philly's own STRIPTEASE ORCHESTRA. The tracks in the podcast were all recorded at Various venues (sans the first track) so the sound quality isn't as good as I would have liked, but I will take what I can get. Because that orchestra just GIVES away the sexy.
PEEK-A-BOO I SEE YOU - Striptease Orchestra LOOSE ENDS - Ronnie & The Rainbows WILDCAT - The Nite Caps BURLECUE - Ronnie Magri & his New Orleans Jazz Band FAVORITE THINGS TANGO (LIVE AT WORLD CAFE LIVE) - arr. Striptease Band Leader Dick Van Walin' SNEAKIN' UP ON YOU - Peggy Lee BORN TO BE BAD - The Runaways JAGUAR - Tom Looney MELLOW YELLOW - David McCallum THE PROWLER - The Harry Roche Constellation TAINTED LOVE (LIVE AT WORLD CAFE LIVE) - arr. Striptease Orchestra's Hoagy Wing & Dick Van Wailin' HEY JOE - The Leaves RUMBLE ROCK - Kip Tyler I WAS IN LOVE WITH DANNY - Ritz & Kimi STRIPTEASE ORCHESTRA LIVE AT SILK CITY KISSIN COUSINS - The Kossol Sisters MR PITIFUL - Otis Redding I WANT "MY FUNNY VALENTINE" CANDY (LIVE AT WORLD CAFE LIVE) - Striptease Orchestra arr. Hoagy Wing & Dick Van Wailin YOU TURN ME ON - Ian Whitcomb EASTER PARADE - Sonny Lester OLD STOCKHOLM "an intermission theme" (LIVE AT WORLD CAFE LIVE) - Striptease Orchestra arr. Boney Fishsticks IT'S TIGHT LIKE THAT - Clara Smith
Hey look another Podcast within a month of the last one! You see, I keep some (if not any) promises. No need to thank me, clicking on that "Demand more" button is all the thanks I need. Or cash. Cash pays for shit. Cash motivates. Cash is cold and hard, just like some of the women in this podcast. So sit back and put your feet up on the one you love because you are about to enter the realm of woman.
YOU'RE JUST A MAN - Unknown POP YOU IN THE POOPER - Jeff Stryker TOBASCO - Amru Sani MY PUSSY BELONGS TO DADDY - Faye Richmonde CONFESSION - National Lampoon DRIVE - IN - Jaguars COTTON CLUB STOMP - John Barry CHERRY BOMB - Runaways GET SOME - Lykke Li VOODOO - Josie & The Pussycats SUNSET ROCK - Tommy O'Tani YOU GOT ANOTHER THING COMIN' - The Mods PINBALL PLAYBOY - unknown BIG BAD BOSS BEAT - The Teen Beats SITTIN' AT THE DRIVE IN - The Morgan Twins I LOST MY HEART AT THE DRIVE IN MOVIE - Jerry Lewis BANNED IN BOSTON - Merv Griffin SHAKE YOUR MONEY MAKER - Elmore James MACHINE GUN - The Commodores CLASH - Caravan Palace BYE BYE BLUE - Japanese 1920's EVERYBODY WANTS MY FANNY - unknown
Backmasking in Rock music has always interested me. Maybe because even at a young age *I* even thought it was a bunch of bullshit. I found an old radio clip discussing what rock music's hidden messages to young unsuspecting children is, and got a little chuckle listening to it. Toss in some tasty tunes and here you go. Podcast #67. Now that the holiday show has ended it's run, I am going to try to stay on top of this podcast more. So, until April... (heh heh)
Hello friends and lovers....Okay, so here it is... Don't remind me it has been a couple months since the last Peek-A-Boo Podcast but, and I ain't gonna lie -that's just not my style, but, I got abducted by aliens... no? Okay, the workload over at The Peek-A-Boo Revue has amped up a little bit with some extra added shows before our big "Holiday Spectacular" tour launching in December. One of which is that on November 13th, The Burlesque Legend SATAN'S ANGEL, along with The Peek-a-Boo Revue will be performing at The Trocadero! So we are kind of rehearsing for 2 shows, a wedding and a sweet 16 party I think. Or is it a briss? But the bottom line is that it had just been busy as balls. But I think about you from time to time. The Holiday show is shaping up nicely though, when December hit's we'll all be trucking up to Jim Thorpe, PA to the Mauch Chunk Opera House December 3rd, Roxy & Dukes in Dunellen, NJ - December 4th as well as World Cafe Live in Philly on the 17th. So if you are around come and say hello in person. Seems I have been doing most of the chatting between us don't you agree? I know what else you'll agree with is that this little podcast will devour 79 minutes of your life which you can only get back in person. See? Now you have TWO reasons to say hello. So until then....
ADDICTED TO LOVE - Florence & The Machine WALA DAI - The Devil's Anvil MISS YOU SO - Tiny Topsy DON'T BRING ME DOWN - The Pretty Things AIN'T GONNA EAT MY HEART OUT - The Puppets IT'S SO HARD TO SAY I LOVE YOU (WHEN YOU'RE SITTING ON MY FACE) - Muff Tones WET DREAMS - Sex Ed Album MYSTERIOUS MYSTERY - The Persian Claws THE HEEL - Kay Martin MAMA A GO-GO - Perez Prado BUST OUT - The Busters DOWN YONDER ROCK - Gone All-Stars PUSSY PUSSY PUSSY - The Lightcrusy Doughboys DADDY ROCKS ME (WITH ONE STEADY ROLL) - Tampa Red's Hokum Jug Band with Frankie "Half-Pint" Jaxson HOOKER'S HOOKER - Marvin Hamlisch SIDE B - IT'S SO HARD TO SAY I LOVE YOU (WHEN YOU'RE SITTING ON MY FACE) - Muff Tones ROSE - BENNY HILL RIDING BY - The Majestics DO IT AGAIN - unknown RIDE A WHITE HORSE - Goldfrapp SMOKIE PART 2 - Bill Black I FEEL FINE - LAM LENG YUMMY YUMMY YUMMY - RITA CHAO IN THE SUMMERTIME - unknown HULLY GULLY DO MONATANHES - Conjunto Academico Joao Paulo HURTIN KIND - The Bittersweets ANNABELLE LEE - Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
IF YOU LOVE ME (YOU'LL SLEEP ON THE WET SPOT) - Asylum Street Spankers THE DIRTY GIRLS - Radio Spot TEASIN' - King Curtis A GUY WHAT TAKES HIS TIME - Mae West MY BABYS WILD ABOUT MY OLD TROMBONE - Clinton Ford FEMALES FOR HIRE - Radio Spot CHRISTINE - Miss X THEY CALL HER ONE EYE - Radio Spot COME ON LINDA - Chad Allen TANGO 'TILL THEY'RE SORE - Tom Waits REVLON SWEEPSTAKES - Radio Spot LIES - The Knickerbockers THE LAUNDROMAT BLUES - Royales with Charles 'little jazz' Ferguson & his Orchestra DIRTY ROBBER - Noblemen DIRTY KNEES - Persian Claws WALKIN WANDA - The Shades STROLLIE BUN - The Blonde Bomber REAL GIRL MAKEUP - Tomme James & The Shondells Radio Spot LITTLE LIL - Mel Dorsey LINDA - The Starfires ANIMAL HIGH - Radio Spot RING ME UP - The Divinyls BREAKOUT - George Bradley & his Orchestra LIE DETECTOR MACHINE - Don Cole BAD MOTORCYCLE - The Angelos OPEN THE DOOR RICHARD - Mel Henke DADDY O - The Fontane Sisters JET BOY JET GIRL - The Damned BLAZING STEWARDESSES - Radio Spot BIG LONG SLIDING THING - Dinah Washington DIRTY WHIRLWIND - TV on the Radio THE DIRT GANG - Radio Spot SOME GIRLS - Rachel Stevens
Hello there! Come on in! We've got a nice treat for you. Our very own Million-Dollar Mincemeat with lots of go-go goodness and a strange track called THE HITCHHIKER. No clue on this. It came up while I was listening to my music library on shuffle and thought 'what the hell is this?' I am not sure where it is from or how I had obtained it. I wish I knew. Probably some rique movie that the recording came from back when you had to sync up film and audio. You know, "the good ole days..." Probably from WFMU. Love that site.
As with many of these podcasts, no real theme going on just a bunch of music that The Peek-a-Boo Revue has used in a show or just damn good music. Burlesque really has no main sound anymore. It is what you want it to be and how you envision ideas in your head. This is what we like. Thanks for listening and enjoy our pie. - Joey
CHASTITY - Movie Trailer LOVE SLAVE - Screamin Sirens LE TRAIN FOU - Jacques Denjen BEATNIK - The Champs YOU DON'T LOVE ME - The Starlets TOPLESS PARTY - Piero Umiliani SUCK YOU OUT - Dirty Fan Male NO YOU GIRLS - Franz Ferdanand MOVE THROUGH TIME - Persian Claws
LANDLADY'S DAUGHTER - Larry Vincent and Pearl Boys TWO TIME SLIM - Snatch & The Poontangs (the Mouth vcl) CRAZY VIBRATIONS - The Bikinis YES MASTER - The Whips CRYPT OF DARK SECRETS + SEVEN BLOWS OF THE DRAGON - Radio Spot SUNDAY STRIPPER - Cock Sparrer DEVIL WOMAN - Ringo Starr STEREO AND SUCH - National Lampoon WHATCHAMACALLIT - Esquivel THE HITCHICKER - GOOD TIME WOMAN - Dan Seepers Soul GATOR BAIT - Trailer SEND ME ALL! - Dirty Fan Male RADIOACTIVE MAMA - Sheldon Allman TWO LADIES IN DE SHADE OF DE BANANA TREE - Ethel Azama GLOW WORM - Johnny Mercer GERALDINE - Ole Miss Down Beats EVIL PLOT TO BLOW UP BATMAN - Neil Hefti THE TWISTERS - Mel Henki MY BLUE HEAVEN - Japanese music from 20's & 30's 4,000 hours - The George W. Bush Singers PARTY IN MY PANTS - Barnes & Barnes
Hello Friends and Lovers, this newest episode of The Peek-a-Boo Podcast has both 'Quirky' AND 'Vintage' with an extra helping of "Quirky Vintage - Upbeat nostalgia for tv and advertising! from Paul Reeves" slathered on top ...just because. I have been listening to more of these vintage styled tunes for The Peek-A-Boo Show so it was only natural that a small collection had been aquired of some time. So what better way to enjoy the podcast is to look at some old pin-ups from 1920 via the Vintage Gal!
VINTAGE GAL Beware - her page will contain nude classic pinup models. If that bothers you, please do not look
EVEL KINEVEL - (Radio Spot) IT'S A GAS - (Alfred E. Neuman) POLKA STRIP/LARGO STRIP - (Spike Jones & his City Slickers) PERCEY STREET STOMP B - (Paul Reeves) STRANGE RAMPAGE - (Radio Spot) SHIMMY SHIMMY WALK - (The Megatons) THAT'S JAZZ A - (Paul Reeves) KISS - (Max Raabe) UNKNOWN - (Japanese 20's & 30's) PERCEY STREET STOMP A - (Paul Reeves) THE MAN FROM THE SOUTH - (Drew Nugent & The Midnight Society (Facebook)) HEART OF GLASS - (Puppini Sisters) THE BEDFORD REPORT - (Radio Spot) LITTLE EGYPT - (Colin Buckley) HERSHEY PENNSYLVANIA - (Vincent Price) BED SPRING MOTEL - (Roy Hall) MY SUGAR DADDY - (Sheena Scott) ALLEY CAT - (Paul Reeves) SAM THE HOTDOG MAN - (Lil' Johnson) LET'S DO THE FINK - (Alf Neuman) WOLF GAL - (Skipper Ryle) WHAT BECAME OF JACK & JILL/THE STRANGE VENGEANCE OF ROSALIE - (Radio Spot) LONELYVILLE - (The Creed Taylor Orchestra) PUTTIN' ON THE RITZ - (The Clevelanders) THAT'S JAZZ C - (Paul Reeves) UNKNOWN - (Japanese 20's & 30's) HONEY PIE - (The Beatles) SUGAR PIE - (Radio Spot) ANOTHER CUP OF YOUR SUGAR - (Barry Tiffin) ITSY BITSY BIKINI - (Caterina Valente) OH YOU DEVIL YOU - (Oliver Brown) and to end on a good note: YO RELATIVES - (DJ ASSAULT)
Boys, Boys, BOYS! Time for boys! Have a listen you what your grandfather probably played for your Dad when he was a young boy, ready, to become a MAN... I'm sure everything turned out juuuust fine. Lucky you, this is the second installment of the Dr. Sims Educational series on how to talk to your Son about sex; circa 1965. Well, he'll chat about all the good parts and YOUR job was to point at the images in the book that came accompanied it. And you know what, I just realized that there isn't one damn penis song in it. Well damn, I must be slipping on the low brow material. That being said I think this is a little creepy myself. Just for the mere fact that it is house call?? Man those were the days...
WET IT (let the good work go on) - Frankie 'Halfpint' Jaxon LIGHT MY FIRE - The Templeton Twins MADE YOU LOOK - Herb Alpert DETROIT - Sounds Incorporated MOLOTOV COCKTAIL PARTY - Vivi Bach & Dietmar Schönherr LITTLE BO - The Royaltones SNORING - Little Jimmy & The Sparrows MAYONAISE - Bobby Lee Trammell THE PATTY CAKE MAN - Ella Mae Morris MR. MOOVIN IS GROOVIN - Tommy Wills BLACK AND TAN FANTASY - Ronnie Magri THE PINK PANTHER THEME - Oranj Symphonette BOYS WILL BE BOYS - Goldfrapp I WANT A MAN (Who's gonna do right) - Annisteen Allen & Her Home Town Boys LA DEE DA - Tommy Wills WORKED UP SO SEXUAL - The Faint I FEEL LOVE - Blue Man Group GIRLS NIGHT OUT - Marc Shaiman THE NAKED ZOO ROCKIN' WITH JOE - The Renaults OOH YEAH BABY - Kip Tyler & His Flips BOYS KEEP SWINGIN - David Bowie HERE COMES THE SUN - Sandi Farina MY VAGINA - April Winchell PINK PEDAL PUSHERS - Carl Perkins UGLY - Gina Gershon FAT SAM'S GRAND SLAM SPEAKEASY - Paul Williams OOH, OOH GURU - The Templeton Twins THE BLACK AND WHITE RAG - Winifred Atwell PINK CARPET - Charles Wilp
Alberto Vargas (9 February 1896 – 30 December 1982) was a noted Peruvian painter of pin-up girls. He is often considered one of the most famous of the pin-up artists. Numerous of the original Vargas paintings have sold for tens of thousands of dollars.
That's one of 'em right there. Pretty sweet stuff there. ...I got nothin really to comment on about this podcast -Oh! uhm... yeah, nothin. BUT, what I CAN say is that it has NOTHING to do with Vargas at all! Couple songs on here I have thought about doing in the show... Maybe in July. Can ya guess which ones? Oh come on....
TELL HER NO - The Zombies BAD - Cozy Cole TOES - The Wet Spots THERE'S ALWAYS SOMETHING THERE TO REMIND ME - Sandi Shaw HANKY PANKY - Nancy Sit NAZI HELMET - Radio Spot DADDY WAS A PREACHER BUT MAMA WAS A GO-GO GIRL - JoAnna Neel GONNA GIT THAT MAN - The Sanshers FISHIN' POLE - Tom Archia & his All-Stars YELLOW PAYGES - Radio Spot THREE WAY - Tom Heini SEVEN LITTLE GIRLS - Paul Evans MELVIN - The Belles TAKE IT OFF - Groundhog THUNDERCATS OUTTAKES NATIONAL BEER OCTOPUS AD DRILL, DADDY, DRILL - Dorothy Ellis SWINGER PERSONALS - The April Winchell Show WASHINGTON POST - Pat Gonez & His Crazy Seven 7-11 (1958) - Gone All Stars HORMEL HOT DOGS SPOT - Love Generation GEORGE - The Wet Spots WONDERING WHO BOOGIEIN' MY WOOGI - Oscar's Chicago Swingers DADDY YOU GOT EV'RYTHING - Mary Dixon FRENCH PUSSYCAT - Radio Spot UNKNOWN - Unknown FUNNY LITTLE BABY - Pat Gonez & His Crazy Seven THE FRENCH MISTAKE - Mel Brooks
Since 1998, in Philadelphia PA, one troupe has kept the spirit of cabaret, burlesque and all-round 'showbizzy-ness' alive, by presenting a brand new show each month - The Peek-A-Boo Revue! An adults-only pastiche of Singing, Dancing and Comedy all wrapped up in a Burlesque Show! This podcast will feature everything Peek-A-Boo (even the stuff that is not) with your podhost - Joey Martini and his mystery guests bringing you some fantastic yummies!
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