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Episode 87 - Music for your Scanty Panties
August 29, 2015 03:23 PM PDT
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Tracklist to follow

Episode 86 - Back to the GRIND
June 19, 2015 11:54 AM PDT
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Tracklist to follow

Episode 85 - The episode that fell betwixt the cracks
January 24, 2015 01:50 PM PST
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Say Whaaaaat? Another episode of The Peek-a-Boo Revue Podcast already? You're damn right there is! I actually had this one "brewing" (as we podcasters are one to say to eachother in conversations about breweing coffee...  -no, not really I just made that shit up, but it IS an actuall word used in today's society)
Anyway, I found and old session (this podcast started out as episode 22; ...so there's a bit of trivia for your short term memory) and looking at the file I noticed there was some great stuff in there that I forgot all about. I was going for some funny phone call kind of vibe but I must've gotten stuck so I just scrapped a fourth of it and here is the result. Enjoy.


TRACKLIST 

ANNIE'S SONG (CENSORED) - John Denver
GEAR STRIPPER - Hal Blaine
ROCK 'n ROLL - Bo Diddley
THAT MAN - Caro Emerald
FULL HOUSE - The Spades 
JOHNNY'S JIVE - Johnny Little John
PORTZEBIE - Alfred E. Neuman and the Furshlugginer Five
FIREWATER - The Premiers
ALL NIGHT LONG - Rainbow
THE PROWLER - Harry Roche Constellation
THE NIGHT THEY RAIDED MINSKY'S - Rudy Vallee 
THE VATICAN RAG - Tom Lehrer
PHONE CALL 1 - Road Incident (Unknown)
BEAT MY GUEST - Adam & The Ants
BIG FEET - Tikis
THE TWISTERS - Mel Henke
WHERE'S MY PUSSYCAT - Terry & The Topics 
ME OF ME - Jessica Harper (Shock Treatment Soundtrack)
SHE'S SO FINE -  
DILL TICKLE - The Couplings 
YOU GOT IT - Etta james
PHONE CALL 2 - "Newspaper" Jerky Boys 
BABY TALKS DIRTY - The Knack 
LOOKING BACK - Los Buenos
TOO BAD YOU DON"T WANT ME - Sandie Shaw 

Ep. 84 - She wants it ALL
December 31, 2014 06:25 AM PST
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TRACKLIST
Satan Said "Walrus Eggs" 
(Peekaboo podcast commercial with Sophie Sucre)
2 Much Cocaine - Mean Jeans
Blonde Bombshell - Enoch Light
Stairway to Heaven - Pardon me Boys
The Man with the Golden Arm - Barry Adamson
Stripped - Shiny Toy Guns 
Gator's Groove - Willis Jackson 
Jose Jimenez - The Wetbacks 
How to be a Good Housewife - Joey Martini 
Honey Hush - Screaming Lord Sutch 
All-out Annie - Dwight Fiske 
Little Egypt - The Coasters 
It's Raining Outside - Wynona Carr 
Miniskirt - Skeewiff 
BoJack Horseman - Theme Title 
Private Life - Oingo Boingo
Evil Plot to Blow up Batman - Neal Hefti 
Chaquita - Various from "The Roots of Mod"
Adam & Evil - Elvis Presley 
Stripper - Lords of Acid 

More music to shake yer bits to
July 07, 2014 09:27 AM PDT
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Tracklist
Stubby Kaye - My Wife's a Striptease Dancer
The Kinks - I need you
Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass - Love Potion #9
Fran Warren - A Corset Can do a Lot for a Lady
Dolly Lyon - Palm of Your Hands
The Barbarians - Are you a Boy or a Girl?
Caterina Valente - Itsy Bitsy Teenie Honolulu
Boots Randolf - Windy & Warm
Blaze Starr goes Nudist
Ray Anthony - Dragnet
The Hothousehooters - After You've Gone
Sam Butra - Street Scene
The Drifters - Coca Cola
Burgess Meredith - Where are the Girls?
Jan & Arnie - Jennie Lee
Dave Allan & The Arrows - The Chase
Alan Hawkshaw - Beat me Till I'm Blue
Some High School Chorus - Mongoloid
Clyde Stacy - So Young
The Rolling Stones - Baby What's Wrong? 
Sonny Lester & His Orchestra - Salome's Veil
Mahogany Brass Band - St. James Imfirmary
Alex Wurman - Cautionary Tale 
Jack Constanzo - Cat Walk 

It's Burlesque
Clean
March 10, 2014 02:19 PM PDT
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Most people think that "burlesque" means female strippers walking a runway to bump and grind beat. But that only fits the form in its declining years. At its best, burlesque was a rich source of music and comedy that kept America, audiences laughing from 1840 through the 1960s. 

Some sources try to wrap burlesque in a mantle of pseudo-intellectual respectability. Yes, it involved transgressive comedy and songs, but the primary attraction of burlesque was sex . . in the form of ribald humor and immodestly dressed women. Although many dismissed burlesque as the tail-end of show business, its influence reaches through the development of popular entertainment into the present.

Tracklist
Miche Braden & The Postmodern Jukebox - Sweet Child O' Mine,
Plas Johnson - Downstairs, 

The Cousins - Some of the Days,
Bob Log - Log Bomb,
Syd Dale - The Hellraisers,
Quincy Jones & his Orchestra - Music for Pussycats,
Gentleman Jim and his Palace Pit Orchestra - C-Cup Blues,
Howard McGhee and the Blazers - House Warmin' (part 1),
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy - Go Daddy-O,
Ramsey Lewis - Blues for the Night Owl,
Joe Loss & his Band - Go Home Bill Ludendorf, 
Bioshock Infinate Soundtrack - Everybody wants to Rule the World,
Gentleman Jim and his Palace Pit Orchestra - Second Honeymoon, 
Bald BIll Hagen and his Trocaderons - Fascination,
Interludes - Scandelous,
The Runaways - Born to be Bad 

Sounds clips from "It's Burlesque", "Burlesque Undressed" & "Behind the Burly Q"

Strip Along with US and enjoy those HONKERS
May 14, 2013 08:13 PM PDT
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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